Newspaper of True American, August 4, 1838, Page 2

August 4, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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MIsu.040 Jty-Aur. big Uaada, (ilabraal, toes, Nus Als. µ'ea.Drn.Hl~ry.Sry Jab wts Irish t'iBmFLAtE &PARASOI.S--20 eacs, omprin ing an uraerlneut ofMantua, Vinct silk ,tnd gir SbellIs and SAAC BRIDGE & CO. .jei 134 MAlganmne street. 11LUNOI & 01110 FUN DS, r ante EN, tATII'L ToWN.END, . JIe Exchange Hotel Gray etl t. LAKIT 5TflTU.E-i0 hanm per in tore, andor '1 by T RTHYI)E & BROT'HER, _ ro ConIOn ~& Magazaiue ste. CUlAN-l;S trels iRoic, l Indi s.nid for oale 'y 134 & 1 WHITNEY. 8 ('mtti street SOAP..B0 boaer orp, various bIead.ond di dAcrcl sime boxes, tnh a TOe l WINSTON Jr NHALL, 7 Front Levee. A I kite I qr bler & ke ree.for LLYM N Iy WIN.TU & S hAL0eeL .o I2 _ _ Y, 44Ne rLen. rH romprEid soulder Pork; 200 ril. , 4p hla , tisntg frIoted andr t Ceomtre000or keg LAY'ET & AMELUNIG, )uRo -idlets po fers; n. t of upo Si, pisepnuk, t eb sole bYo or ln l - R~AlV & FEAR.TOW, 67 C6.4har.re. street. -r a Itii by DAVin ELT, f rale b& CO by GI G 8 E IDR *4 lu W ills old rtfe, n lre, fore S ar rlp so d r . lm soulder Pork; 0 bl yroll and colm.ta fO kend in J gl ader, fosale yin oAY sit & AMELuaNy v t,...is pieces of heavy ecutu. a y Bag, mtt-ilnrf slob s I dn ohrk a or thwres oo, y ISAVIT) FIa' k &A CO. NR e York Senteioner'o Hil, - 4 Cher re t mstret. Er wiu.l ++t IN"' . . . "llt lýp d --ont t lne ericanhs retie, ireracierd no SNe w Y ork th tict est Halt r AR mItre" t b e, G IIOrtSEY, 44 New Levee. - wd r I tl e old rtrntIt d, p o store , fr" CHASE do "IIXEY. " ' .o 6 lnUlom HoUO .ntrele. "..Ndof hev Ketunky Bag. HOLMES & MIlLS, Bonk Aley. ii ektoso,,na dtico peld vte pF ourtoo . or Eike " sn j HAIIs . agotisitot orerso. sco tier ·U1ttL~T~Osr:~rb blglog"Ses btoktatesolelackce ta Mtnl0Oev osel s.ol r nd otters em trwnrnd st * o-ri orhularb hit, under hie ntriclert penalty Of ss a ... L. l A LtBSIENIE,, -i - , $ u t e W.- ewartt inactua FNfs. od U. a I AT!ar.n ,es tofLte o sltinerior a wiptOr eth Ahstes, s, ,.pri . ne w l seeetdreolr te.lo e Ia I. ol i eolen eor Pan i 050 .-a.6L lt AIC..NNIE,eoce Ettoette L.PL-. .._W o W. Swr0t in actusl eust.ody, ni. O tr l eaTm crmlitm oef t petitintor, War mgW W W+lles Iet e00woltlle.,to ln and oupl er itW its nol Sin th Aogust neat. sti e.i. .en, if any tls o hke, wab sill.enat+W rO t bi rnetst Vae lbe tiset i aofi54s .o.,,,,,I,-,, 1038.. SF. . t. V d--lor Voder dolfrit du nI I sr Las tie, rmcr eante rdout. s'ts en esutsl lit Wneem r sutas pro le b.vnr lds lslisrvm n.m reun tie dib. tsoru in.ol ·bImdJsfeu. Par ondre do aeaseor. tttjtittetk 18*. *l'JmtI _ , P. LERLIANC, lDp. Greether. L W 3 1111W OKLEANS & NASHVILI.Ei . a. Antrai Co., Atty. Is', 1038. ANS&d z A.lVI1.I.E RAII. lCUMPANV--lrasl on New York at ad*,i dsc. lse sole,. it . .... I. .. utI .l... tl'S Il t, I..' L.I. DE LA MunielpaUite No. 3. MARDI, 1 Join. Rdnoto quo c comsoeil, nonobotant lea objeetions dou moir, pereiuo dana I r oottio paas A ir.:~ semnbhlde do 5 join, nutoriaeg hi trdrori ol t or s et io oomptroleur •Antreaeign r toe billtts on o .liga. tion. do cotta nruoioiplitad, 'ayant point le .epa de ladite mnibpialitd, . at raoquent o pouvoeir t de mlain du maire. Signs, th JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. RdKolu qtia o. otme do mills plt.set at do. ' meure appropride au Fonds do Charitd a la dispoe a sition des aldenrmn. Signd, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. R6oln qu Ito maim eat at domoure astoriod L I tirer son landat outr l trdsorier poor huit cents i vinglt nin pietr ot at cinquontoe gil aOintr ua br do John Mintorn, L. Mdtlodon, Charlnt Gdiner ' at J. W, Breedlove, pouear voir pnod les igolo ldes Is rul Richard depuiLn I ruo.Tehtoupibaulat ju qu'a n ti rue Coqstance. BSignd. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. r Attendh que tl dentande faits par quelgaolsjndi* vidue d'oavrir, do prolonger, d'dterdre et dasa dchr a reatainel rues at a pros ddorltis, a 616 publid' penodt dig joor oan franlais at A agollais. danm to True American et dane to Bulletin, eonformd6ment I 1I loi; at attendt quo noltl ppoitioin n's did fait auxt ditoe aoldliaration projetdes; 11 rot on coitsdqune rdbuso lt qu ee r Isolian, I tr saoiont ouvrrtes, prolongd elat dsol.hdehe, coo. I forldrnanot L on actl intituld i Acts poor rdglatii. ser hIooverture, te bhores at ole amdllotaiono doe rues et places publiques dons ti vills.de I Nouvelle I Or1ins, ete.,"--approuvd Ie 3 avril 1891; at qes notice publique on ei dondoe on atglatist at n frtan eaia, dans doux jonrnoax do cette ville pendant dix Ioura, afin que, ls personneo qui ouraiont doe ob. jecliones opposer auzdites ameliorations, sient A sn donner avia an conaeil: lsditoe am6diorations I dtnt comme uit : 1. A oommencer nur I bl 6d nad de Is rue du Cenal, au canal Cloiborne, at prolongeant tidile roe It long do ctId od do railroad do Nhvrille, juaoq'au Bayou St. Jean, A an point marqud do lI villa, dtant unone dstance d'environ quinse cents 'acree a deasoua du canal Claiborne. 2. Do cooper on anal lateral d'an point marqud A, our Iddit plan, l.quel point eat a environ cing cents yards at deslnoo de It rue Willow, lur Is pro. lngement de lto rue Julie; et depuis It an une ligne droeito a la rie Galves, A 'interseltion do ti rue de. Is Commune, marqud B. C., at depuis It sn one li. gne droite joqu' a o q'u'Oell soups Io canal princi. pal aD, Du5 so e c6 sud de lIars do canal Claiborne et a environ dsux cents quatre vingt dix huit pieds nu des•ous de la rue Johnson. 3, De prolonger tI ruie Jackson dopuia Is cnoal Claiborne juoqu'au canal tlidra! propcd. 4. De prolonger a rue Palmyra depui l canal Claiborne juoqu'au canal Itdiral. 5. De prolonger to rue de tICommdne, depuis Is m Iome juoqu'ou uisuie. 6. Do prolonger o 'roe Grvier depue Is e6t uid oomst dn ateliers du Gas juoqu'nu luodit canal a laiodral. 7. D prolonger lo rouePaodido depui It roe Ste. Mkrie jnqn'oau susdit canal latdral. 8. De prolonger tI rue Poydrae depuis Io rte Gi. rondo junqu'au osudit eanal ladrel. 9. De prolonger ta rue Hl via depuis Ic rue 8t. Pauljusqu'au suodit canal latdral. S O10. Do prolonger la rue Cypress dpuils l rue St. t Ptul jvrqu'au cltd ouost do cimetitro protestant et in fosedd'dgonenment ser to clld ons.t do cimetihre ju.qu'A It rue Hovia; at afin do mettreo exdcution Scatte rdulution, tole maire t outoriod A demander que demanode sot fasite Ia e our do let District Ju. mciaire, pour naommoer trois personnae honnates at ddisidrerods, aptes A servir conme jurdo dane th dite cour, comml commisaoires d'eatimotion et d'u. 'esaemenl, conformdoment A un sate intitld -"Acto pour rdgulariser l'uoverture, te prolongsment et I'an,dlioration des rues," approuvd le 3 arril 1832. II eat on outre rdeolo que Io comptr*leur eot at detnere sutorit d et requtl i donner avia. pendant dixjour., on irangais et an angiao, que lea propn. sitiono pour fairs leedites ameliorations serent re. oue par ee coneil jusqu'se 90. jour de juillet pro. et, chain; l tout a fairo eonformdment an plan etaux apdcifieations dudit travail, an bureau do voyer, at nH)e 1o surveillance du voyer. Sigod, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Attendl que Is demande aite par quesques per ennes d'avoir une nouvelle rue ouersre, as'tendant depuis is rue Poydru juequ'k is rue Gired a travers Ie coentr des eta born6s par les rue Poydru., Gi. rtd, Tehoupltootas, Magasians t Lafayette, a 6ti anlnonoed pendant diu jour., on angleais t on frai. qais, dnts Io True Amarican at dans le Bulletso, cunformnlmenita tal;oi ;t attendu qu'.ucune oppo. aition n'a ftd faite eontre ledite rue prejetne; It est an consequence r0dolu qu'il sesr ouvert une nouvelle rue , travers leadit lilots ds terre, do Ia largeur do treate cinq'pied., eavoir: depule ia rue Poydras jesqu' is rue Lafayette ot depui' Ia rue Lafayette junqu'i '. rue Girod: et fin de mettre a codaution ladite rdeolutinu, le maire est autoried i demander que demntile eoit faite a Is cour du ler. district judiciaire, Iour nommer troil personnes. honn~st. et ddsintd.e.esde, aptes t servir comma jurus dons 'adite.eour, comma eommissires d eati. isatin et d'assesWemen5eonfordmament & tan acto intitald, ,,Acte pour r gulsrisor I'ouuertore, le prnolougemen t t 'am6lioration des rues,"' pprouvu k. 3 arril 1832. Signd, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorde'. It ost trdoln qut Il mire eat et demeure autorie6 t accepter, an nom de .etie munieipalitd, Is vente dutl lot do terra appurtenant i Thomas Banks, E. L. Bernard at P. J Trijoa, et bornd comme suit: 159 3-2 our Is rue T'houditoolu; 143 pieds our is rue de I'Annocuiatinn; 80 1-2 our la rue Poefar rd et . plead 3 poucees our I ligne soparnt.ledit ot de terra du lot triangulaire appartenant a cotte mu nicipaliti; poureu que les titres dudit lot toiont eppluneds per l'evocat du conseit, otq9e Indite p 6. priddl suit libre d'hypoth.q9e. II est on outre 1aolu quo Is ma eat st demebre autorie6d lancer at a ddliver auxdits renderts, 'quand a vunte sers tinis, quarante boan do cotta munioipalit., dans Is terme ordinaire, Ioeapital et lee intirdts payables an burepu du tr6dorier, pour millo piastree chacun, payabties n vingtlane, t Ia maire net de plus autorisd & comnntir i ee que sette manicipalitldrige our ledit lot do terrae daie l'epae de doux ans, un marohd aui 16gumes. II eat on otter r.solu quo Ia rcelution dp 5 onto. bre dernier. pourvoyant i i'dreotion d'une batiteo pour Ie *lld'ek a.ed Ladder Company No. 1," our le lot triarguiaire appartenant it cette municipa litd, Iored per lea rues T'houpitoulas, Annon eiation et Delord set rappelde; ledit lot do terra Stant indispensable et nacesraire.pour Is nouvau marcld projets. Signe, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. II est rdsolu'que to maire et et demeurse u torie6d accepter au nom do sette munioipalitd, on billet de Thopnae Barrett, conjointement at edpa itnbut avee 8ylvain Payroux, par lequel ils ga rantienat cotte mtsuicipalit4 contra toute rdels niatiun r6Eultant d'un jugement pour 912,000 ins erit contra Ildit Barrott, on favour de Mary Hampton; et quand ledit billet sere termird., le maire eot autoria & faire dlltvrar & And. Hodge, len billets I lui duos, pour cartaina lts do terre eehetis do lui et situd rue Girod; pourvu qu'il n'exzite our lead to lots aueun setree embarrea quo Ie jugement suedit. Signs, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. LAKI--00 Keai Prime Leaf Lord in atore, for ntle by LAYET & AMEI.UNCG, Augt 17 Com.ere street . W tHISK.tY bla Rectified Wiiky in store, for sale by LAYET & AMULUNG, anral 17 Commerce street. UGA Hbds ordinary suar n sitore, and will be a closea consanmetl, b LAYE]' & AMELUNG, angS 17 Commece street. SLAVERY: PUBISHBlD THIS 1)AY. And for onle at itlt Counting Room of ith True A asr0. Eca, Exchange Hotel, Stt. (.harle street, UL3ATURTi A Seermn delivered in the FirstCongregetionalCharch i. New Orleans, April 15,1038 By It. . Theodore I'rice cents. je9 X i SACKS SALT.T laniu# from brig Mamnue e.P.1.end John, for Bela by jes *8 &J P WHITNEY. -un K--Jitt lbt. Mesa, hu0 do Prime, 140 half bblI Soil eicm, 5i1 Wids P ), 40 bbls Rumps, 40 bbls houldere; in store and for sale Eby jell LAYET & AMELUNG. ORDIALS--Cnradialof d t kiade, (r le by (Jd JARVI & ANDREWIS, ies9 eor Common and Tehonpitouleas s I CHANNGit UNt Kh.TI'U(K Y-Certifcate. of F Depu.sit of the itsnkb .4 Kentucky at Louiville, Lnk aehv - LAWIENCUE & LXENDRE, jet6 '8 and 29 New Levee. 45LUift-laB bbi., landiin frm tesomton Em lv' Sn.sfour sol by 6 DOIIMEY, je 44 Now Levee. SIl.nY-ltL bbti reHtife d Whiske for sale Ilv liOLMEB & MILf, Bank alley. JL. burown sllestlg. Jackson & Co 30 ineh brwn shirii,pg. LoU'.ell hi. I & s brown cottone, For el, be I'ETSON & AVERY, ae 1 8 Graier" streew. Ai TIlE TRUE AMERICAN. saLvIaPg mY ajo e assoNI. *PAr3.lR , A*5D OsLD. ' NlW ORILEAVS's w th SATURbAY..... AUGUST 4, )rase Many of the mort sensible f ou o northern con temporarief express Inach surprie, that while h their neighboring cities suffer from heat and sick. nels, New Orleans--lheir long eohnidered home, should enjoy such extreme health, and comparative comfort. For their eurpriese there are many res *onl: no stories being too absurd for such journals at as she Philadelphia Ledger to tell of no and ourl, and consequeonty for their believers to swallow. For our present staae of health and comfort, there y ere two main ernea beyond the improved clecali. b ones, and increased pavements of our treets. 'he ti more impovtent of theme, is the lateness of our w rainy eeasoen It is the opinion of some intelligent v physicians, that unltH our neighlbring swamps can be nt onse, and completely clearpd,and drain ed, it were better for the gendral health that they should be uhbmerged. The reaso is. evident. When the swImps are dry at the fall of the let, v the metarinb'c neqsent on vegetable decomposi tion b.ings sickness sad sufleripgt but if they be, filled with water, the leaf falls harmlesely, and eve0 the hot'rays of our fervid sun produce little or no mismas. A dryt spring end wet summer answer this purpose admirably, aend with then we have been this year peculiarly blest. The daily copious rains with which we are now visited, not only serve to counteract infection, but to cool the airl-a consequence which is no lons a luxury thean. Sa bleseing, as our suffering friends in the north Saend east would fully apprecinte. With this weather we have generally a prevalence of southerly and easterly winds, which arrive here freighted with the healthful and invigorating breezes of the gulf; Saend thus, while New York, in lt. 40 440 N. and long. 74 0 45 W. is suffering severely from heat, .a which greatly increases he mortelity. New Orleans in let. 29 67 N. end long. 90 8 W. enjoys an unnsual and extraordinary exemption from a sickness, with a eemparatively cool ageesable atmosphere. Whe n westerly or northerly winds prevail, though the thermometer be lower the 1 atmosphere is more oppressive: the skin is dry, and fever common. But from east, as far as S W. the wind blows infection from us, opens the pores, 4 relieves the system, and if it brings heat, to does it health also. MNashvilke Roilroad.--This noble work it prb-o greasing with great rapidity. In the course of this [ month abetrains will reach the Lake,,a distance of 14 miles and travel some distance along its shore. A house of entertainment is about to be erected at the spot where the road strikes the far stretch. ing Lake, end whose covered piazza is to project over to its waters. This will be a vast sceommo' dation tolvisitors, and will form a most agreeable stopping place, having the spacious Prairie behind and the Lake in front, uninterrupted in view, un disturbed in stillness. Skirting the shell banks of I Pontehartrain the road, we understand, will reach La Branche's plantation 20 miles away, by the month of November, and confident expectations are entertained that it will touch Pass Manqhae by the end of March. When this desirable point I is attained the entire trade of Lake Maurepas will doubtless pass down the road, as instead of occu pying from 3 or4 days in its progress to town the produce will arrive in two hours. Fire wood will then be reduced full $3 per cord: timber $15 per thousand, and vegetables, poultry, eggand but. ter, fully 50 per cent. EXCURSION OVER THE LAKE. A delightful trip may be mades to.morrow. The Mazeppa leaves the rail road on the arrival of the seven o'clock cars and arrives at Bay St. Louis lshortly after It, then calls at Pass Christian, Biloxi, and East and Wlet Pascagoula. She will leave Pa.l Christian and Bay St. Louis between 9 and 10 in the evening, and land her passengers at the rail road in time for the earliest cars on Mon day morning. The Mazeppa is one of the plea santest boats on the Lake, and is commanded by Captain Griffin, one of its very best pilots: the passage is very modeamte, and the fare on board excellent, but a splendid dinner will be prepared at Pass Christian, under the charge of that'eucellent caterer Raymun, whose attention and skill give so much satisfaction to all the visitors at the Pass A large party is alruadydrranged, and all who wish a pleasaant trip, and a healthful recreation, should join the excursion. Olt Lee, lately condemned to two years inr prisonment for unnameable brutality to the person of his wife, has received at the hands of his enrgerd fellow citizens, a punishment greater. even than Shis crime. On the arrival of the beat that bore r him to Baton Rouge, a large body of the people took posesnion of the unfortunate man, and one. nimously resolved that for acts so unmanly, un manly he should ever more remain. Look lcat farPiree.-A pirate schooner boarded and robbed the brig Ceylon, Capt. Wenehetiback, on the 4th July, in lat. 36'13long. 4720:-she was steering south. On the same day the British brig Isabella, was boarded by pirates, who robbed the vessel and crew for sails, canvas, clothing, &c. The Captain fell in with the United States sloop - Cyane, Captain Perceval, who immediately hauled up, and steered S. E. in purnsit. .North Carolina.-The election for governor ie now going on. General Dudley is the whig candi date, and Governor Branch the Van Buren. A fellow in St. Lawrence County, N. Y. lately fancied hie wife weea troubled with that common plaint with many-too much tongue. Having tak. en some unceremonious means to make her project it beyond her lipslhe instantly bit off some three er four inches, and thus effectually compelled her to r talk less. If Judge Lynch chances to lodge in the neighbourhood of the brtute he is likely to be taught a rough lesson of grammar, never again to diminish thus tshe parts of speech." 0(iTThe rude, though moral justiep of Judge Lynch can qever, unfortunately, remove ftom a civilized community the stigma of mob law, but when a criminal Judge upon the seat of justice, retreas that the law will not enable him to punish more severely, it is hardly to be wondered at that an incensed and outraged community should act upon the hint. The troops of the Brazilian Government have been totally defeated by the insurgents with the Ioss of 2000 men, and the province of Rio Grande the southernmost of the empire. King Ernest is quarrelling with the Hanoverian chambers of legislation. HI was very notorious while only Duke of Cumberland, for disturbing the quiet of other men's chambers. ' 57An important rumour is afloat which, if true, will have materual infuence on the future proes. pects of our neighbour republic of Texas. It is said on pretty good authority that the Texian loan of Two millions of Dollars has been taken by the United States Bank. A dinner was given to Capt. Marryatt at Cin cinnati on the 26th, to which 25 gentlemen set down. The Captain gave a very toed account of himself and his toast, and stated that his mother, and many of hie nearest relatives were burn in America, claimitL some ties of conanugaiity wit'1 S the country that had shown him so much hospi tality. The papers state the money market in England d wai in a very healthy tate:- while here every h thing is healthy except the money mfrket, which eb continues in a deep declie. t When' Le'e two years imprisonment are over, he I had better ship himself for Turkey. He may finld o employment there. at O:-WhenJudge Lynch undertakes a case in this weather, it is quite natural that his process B should basemeaty. The "New York Post" praises the Post of New 'ork. "Caw me, caw thie,'ý-natural enough: tJ but the eulogist says the six thousand letters of n the Royal William were.distributed uithoutamoe- v ments delay! Hard work this, as the thin said when he .adertook" to read ll the coronation yarns. 'the'bq6t makers of London lately turned out for bigher wage, on finding that their employers wantetd to make their-ire lowerl The workies have determined to stand out to the last! for until their endears obtined, they mnagnlnimously ite. solve that neither they nor their articles shall be trdqspon! They are right :-"nothing'like leath r a The Boston Poet says: "Horse racing improves the breed of beasts, and degrades the breed of man." S 'Tis easy menuring follies not our own. It were silly to trouble ourselves with a refuta. tion of so unmannerly an opinion, yet it admits or sf easy contmrdirtion: horse racing is not follow. d ed in Boston, yet is the Post here guilty of the h grossestilbreeding. When next he turns Censor, let him rail at what he may be suppoed to under d stand. _ I, 0 -The Circus is re.opened for a few nights. The "Rutn" riddle in the Courrier, though it has litile merit, deserves veneration for itsanti. quity; s Likesto'likee-In honor of the Coronation three exern were roasted whole at St. John's N. B. Quite in John Bull' taste. "Oh the rooast beef of old England." , It will cost as much it appears to clear off the is barnacles from the bottom of the ship "Nathaniel looper" which were there before she ran on shore as to repair the damage done by getting on Nan. tucket Shoal. If so, it is perhaps to be lamented t that she got offm soon. 'A little more rubbing in of the sand might have saved expenses. td A fellow in New York calling himself Charles . W Page, of New Orleans, has swindled Mr. S. T. ,t Tobias, of that city, out of $1206 worth of gold watches. He weho would keeep a watsh must two thing do : Pocket his watch, and wtelte hA pocket too. Corontion Items and Ineident.-The members of the Commons were in their places at nine. To secure perfect fairness in the allotment of places in the Abbey, precedence was balloted for by counties. On a county being called, its members left the Hall, and repaired to the Abbey.-St. Margaret's Churchyard abutting the western en trance ofthe Abbey wa filled with seats and galA leries like titose of an amphitheatre. Seats were let from 10s. to two guineas each. The h.mmer cloth of the Queen's carriage vas of scarlet silk Genoa velvet, embroidered with gold, cords, toe; elsl, &c. of the same material. Its value £1000. -Galleries in frnt of buildings and the buildings themselves, on the route, were profusely orna mented and covered with appropriate tmuttoee. A hundred instruments, and two hundred ehlrist. ere executed the music in the Abbey, which was sublime beyond imagination. The Interior of the Abbey was magnificently litted up, and we notnce its decorations remained tlmany days afterward, to give those an opjportunity to judge what tlte sene might have beren, who could not procure places to witness it. The ntonulentt in tlhe aisles were cased to prevent injury. The platform or theatre on which the inthrunalion took place was co vered with the richest cloth of goldl,as were the steps leading to it. Th'ite chlristers were strplic ed, and wore red hoods-the instrumental per formers dressed in scarlet. The comrnlotse, tlle nobility, and indeed all present, formed al"mass of glittering grandeur." The Fair in Hyde Park commenced two or three days before ite coronation. Nearly one thousand booths were erected, and durintt tlte day hunldreds of thousandsvisited the Park.Theatres were erect. ed,swinge put up,donkey races run, and in the eve. ning splendid fireworks were let off. Illutminations with all sorts of devices, were the order of the night, not only over London, but over every city and town in the three kingdoms. At the prisons, hospitals, poor houses, &c. the inmates were re galed by public and private munificence. At a concert given by Victoria, Marshal Soult met Lord Hill, one of the dtstinguished English Generals .whom he pursued so long a time in Por. tugal without capturlng. Upon being Introduced the Marshal said, "I have found you at last, but I run a long time alier you." EnauRTm. In the account ol our proceedings of the Council of the Second Municipality pub lished Thursday, the name of Mr. Caldwell is o mitted in call of the roll. PORT OF NEW ORLEANS. CLBARANCES. Shilp Oglethorpe; Scott, Glugew. C Cammsek & co Ship nobert orris. Perkin, Liverpool, I8 J Whitney S'ef Wm Retd, Nichots. Boatsun. E A Bird Steamer Vadatlia, Durst, St Louis. Master August 3d. Ship Columbine, Barker. Liverpool, G W ltyaser ILShip rah Parker, Davis, Liverpool, Martin, Pleatant A ce Itrig Welintaby, Chrchitll, Noe York, Chase & Diec i e Franklin, e bSmith. Baltimore, J W Zeaharie o ARRIVALS. Steamer Gov. Dndge, Lobhwoed. St. Louis. Packest steamer Levant, Lurent, from St Louis. SteSamer Jlsem, Smnith, from Portland. August 3J. Steam towboat Grampus, Anable, from the Pases. Hnving towed to ma bship St James. barque Citizen, Sardinian btrig Ouiglag Spaaish brlt Vetoz. and Am. brig Ranors..rsturned to the city with barnete Hetetn Mar, eh Cham ion, Reveno cutter Woodbury. t N E bar t.a d itt. at 9 t M..s  vexe insight in the odlng or river hound ia. EreR Hllsoa Ma, Edgar, from Liverpool, 9th June, A Barber eron. Haer Crampion, Whitney, from Galveston, 14th July, in ballot, to Maectr. Steamer TchB Stockmu , from Natch toehes. Rleseue caster Woodbury. fronm he Pass. NOTICE. f The letter beg of the fast sailing ship HURON, Capt. I}oardmton, fr Liverpool, will he taken away from the office of the oubscriber, at 5 o'clock, P. t. LEVI H GALE. aug4 93 Common treet. MAYOIAL'I'Y OF NEW ORLEANS. I HE rice of fresh flour today is 6 50 per bbl: ac. Scording to the tariff, te bakers shall give during the ensuing week, (from Monday, 6th inst.,) 41 ounces ofond fora bitt. Broad of the second quality is r. PqirEd to weigh 25 pe cent. mome, isa: 51t ounces. C. GENOIS, Mayor. aug. 4. 1838. SWIMMING SCHOOL AND FLOATING BATHS IN THE RIVER, Oppoit. .M.ndeville street, l.ird Jlmicipality, Itwo suaaree below tIe Jail Road. EXERCISE, CLEANLINESS, PLEASURE-AND HEALTH. HE arrangements for this eastablihmenalt re now Tcompleted, The Proprietors have provided every thing which may tend to theeromfrt of bathers. The dressing rorns amre now provided with doors under lock and key; laddera and ropea ae prepared for ascending fmro tie bath; a constaot supply of lean dry towels is kept for the bathers. The awning which throws au agreeable bhade over the bath. during the heat of the day is now more elevated ad allows a free circulation Y'TheOmnibassce plying betweenr Canal street and the lower cottou preus, panss every half hour within fifty atep. of the baths.

By eulnhriptions, 25 tickets for $5 *S Prise of abath with a towel, - D7The Bathe are open from 4 o'clock A. M. until 10p. M. These bathesafihogd a gmduated depth of water of 3 to 7rfeet, irbned by an enclosed buain 80 feel long bySO tbroad, protected by a railintg from the strng current of the river, end yet euacienlly open to allow a free pas ege to le warter. pug4-lm S EMON SYRUP in boxes of 1 don. each fee L sale by READ d& BARSTOW, augd 7, Bank Place. U ALAGA WINE-'sweet and Dry -A-ulga Wile, .in ur cuhanud Indian bbl. entlled to debenture, bar sale by READ & BAR,4TOW, uaug 67 Granieretret. PEACH BRANDY. A few bhls old peach btandy forsale by READ & .ARSTOW. augt' 7, Bank Place SURVEYOR'SOFFICE OF TI'HI SECOND NMU NItIPALITY. NOTICE is hereby given, that in conformitv to a resolution ol the conc.il of thin manicipality, paned at Ie r sitting of Tuesday, June 5th, 18:8, I i mill at noon of Tuesday, the 14th day of August, adju dicate to the lowest Iidder, the extension of the n.m hankmentaand filling of the wharves of this municipal- to I tl, agreably to the plan and tihe specifications ot the cme dated May stH 1838. and exhibited at this of. ion fBee,-that is to ayr-the filling or the embankheant to ate new wharf bhetween wharves Noa. 2 & 3,-filling to.l up part of wharves No. 3, 4, 6,7.& 9, and endoh kig tle portion markedl E, between the Scvanger'a whrl Mr and wharf No. 10.--Alo, the portions to he embanked, or filled, of the New Wharves, between Nis. 25 and 26, In and between Non. 26 andd27. Satisfafetry sureties will be required. d ire aug4l Surveyor. iBUREAU DU VOYE'I DE LA 2ae. MUNICI PALITE. ."' ONFORMEMENT Bune r6aolution du Consnil S/de eerie Mlnicipaliti' palea darna In slanco de u . Mlardi;. juin 1838, ois eat donnb qua mardi, I4du monis d'a -ut, midi, a maon henrea, j'adjugdoi n rabais, Ien- airl .taprie da rembhlu daes wharfs de cettt municilpnalit d'apres oIs plan st leo instrnctioann dates dta 29.nai der- t nieret exhihbs auadit bureau, aavoitk ltoambli do nou enau wharf entreles wharfs Not. 2 t 3; lerefblai de C pawtie ,de wharfs Noe. 3,4 6, 7 etr e paotie do quai maorqu E uar'legit plan entm Is whaif nau immnndi- ni eeoatcelui No. 10; oausi eIs emblai e partie dea nou veaux whrfs entre lea wharfs Nos. 25et 26, 6 t 27. cl Une caotion oante f siaaesira exi~nbe. s4aut " JOS. PirI, Vnver. ENGLISII BOOKS. S do. ' ado Arts and n rLieneoa Y' 2 vols.-Shakeaspear in 3 vole, a pohekt edition illun trnted. Phillipa' G.eology.. Jaumeson's Mineralogy. Brewster's Treatise on langnetism. Grnba' Elegy, illuntrated. Rogers' haly nod Poems, illustrated, p 2 vob. Heiading's Drawing Book fir 1838. Phillips on watat colors. Easv Drawing Book, by Childo. Strault'a Sports nd Pnas Times. Just received and for sale b TN, alg4 corner ofCamp and Common:ot. NOTICE. IjI MORRISON'S lygicani Vegetble Uninersal Mod. iciner, formerly sold by tR B Svkhe , at 2o Chor treo attest, has removed to t'e Bookstore of DAVID FELT a Co. No d4 Cartres streat, (directly lpnoite.) whlo is dly appointed Sub Agent fao the r anu of thane invaluable Mledeinesa. Sold in packets of 1, $2, $3 bawith alale directions in Spanish, Freach and En dilah. fewcopioo of'the Morisnnior Famil Aviser ofrt the Brirish College of Healal. price 2 72. Als, althe Practical Pnofar, fil edition, 37 eta. Take notice. the genuine are never sold in a Drug Store, andGcn only he had in this city at 24 Chartres street - A fresh supply just received ao, Oaug4-tl New York Stationers' Haoll.. LIMF-1500 Casks Tlanomatan Lime lending finn Sbaig Clieftain, and fSraSleo by S & VVHITNEY" a 4 8 RCntl street. SEION SYRUP-I..1O bhoes eslemon ayrop l]andig .J and for sale by S & J P WIIITNEY, saug4 8 Coati staet. NOTICE. %TOTICE in laereby given thalt no debts corntracted N fromEhis date by thaeofficero or, crew of toe steam boat Merchant, will he paid ly the shubcribers, unless Sauthoriped by themsaelves, aoml the accounts counter signed by Mr. Gre.ory Borne. SMANSEL WIIITE & CO. Saug4-9 B)ACON SIDES-75 hhde bacon sides. 50 ahhb l Canvass Hams. 1000 laths in Iga `superior l quality, in store,and for sale y SLAYET & AMIEI.UNG, t aog4 17 Commarce street. ALE ROLPE--5L0Coils Mliaasari aud Kentucky bale rope will he sold low by LAYET & AMELIJNG,, nu., 17 Coammacrc street. '1OlrEE-10 baos Rliao. 140i do. Hvana. For d salnby S TETSO)N & AVERtF aug4 88 Gravier streel. TI VAnA SEliA~iRS-11.o O omedium naquahutyha s alo low, to close a consignment, byh S'riETSON AVERY, a 88 GtIavier sceet. r, INSEYS- habiaes Lowelll l.iaonys for eole tly _ SITETSON & AVERY, e aug 11 88 Grovier street. y ORDAGE- na-Manil land fanlred cordage, and spun s J yarn, asorted aizeq, fnr sale by SfE'ESt)N & AVERY. . . . 88(iranvier street. I- lORK-2lll- bhrrels clre maass, asft InaS, antieuther I a , le-criplieas, for sale ly S'fEI'SON & AVERY, a. IN1: (;ravier street. R-1U 6Kl.ErII- esh Yr11n frr ,alaeratlmalter, inlal ha ,lD onic aorder, fr ale byv Sl'ETSON & AVERIIY, L, Giravi, r strreet. BUI.WER'S NEW WIRK{, &C. (C A.l)EItI.ON,'lThe Collrtier; T 'u'le by thle a,hlier of I *Pellt'fn , ' ftlicff ' '," ila. tLc. d e t Il tIt ' l l, or the .'i the l a U lc, bay tl e irn 'Age' -Se'rne,' &A. is, Y'ols. The Al'HIE.NIAN CAIPtrIVE, a raatt. io 5actl, b y T I lha,, s N o.o "'a I lhma rd . al tho r e l) fl ull.f c. ,t IM)lOIRS of Sir \Wiliam K.ighl-ltht, lftrl. C •.,,lesta kbin George IIt Fa l-f IhI;tif.rhtl-tiffL co fIffln dce with Iatany di.ill'i-t Lg d plelulage. Bty I dv Kfiiyhttna. Tie .S.:RKI) HISI'I11itY of the World, nat,.npt rd in Ie, philo-oplhiculb co leidered, i . a mn iesef Let lerI 115unon. I-y Stnroa 'lat Ier, I. S. A. & It. A. a. L. 2Ae. in 2 vslas--u.,.3 I, bcilg a\u. t1 ul'llarpera' Family t.ibrarv.' CAESARI'S a'nn.centcrits on thie Gallic War; nl, the first hook of lla Grlbk Paraplhrasen, with Egliash Ioler, crriaal and enphmflatry; pito of abatles, sirges, &c.L and thle histalorical, e ogreat.hi.al ad arceatof i cal ilndexe, by Chart.le. lnlhffn, I..l. I). A (;ItAMAIAR of the Greek Lauguage, for the time ,l achoola and colleges, by Charl.. A.th.n, I.. IL. i). SKETCHES by IIOZ, Nea. I. asod 3, with illus. rationll s. uJ et received and for sale IM. K tW'M. 51'KFAN, ea Corner of Camp er.d Comonln ets i1 OLASSE~-t- O bble ...l t.a.c in store, tIr sale by IVl LAYr:T & APIELUNG, aug2 _7 Coimnerce ereetl. NEW ORLEANS lOM'MERCIAL LIBRARY. T HE following new w rks have been received by the Library Society, at their room in the Marchants' Exohang., fronting on Royal street, viz: Lady of Lyons, by Bulwe,; 1 vol. 2 copi s. Humphrey's Tour through Great Britain, Fr.nce and Belgium,. in 183 ; 1n 2 vole 2 copies. Love, by Lady C. Borry; 2 vols. 5 coples. The Two Flirtr, and other Tales; by Lady Bles. .ington, Bulwer, and others; 2 vols. 5 copies. Rivers and the Desert. by Miss I'ardoe; 2 copies. The Robber, by G P1R James; 5 copies. The Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, by Boz, 5 copies. CHAS. RITCHIE, Librarian. SHIEMORRIIOIDS. H AY'S LINIMENT.-No Fiction.-This ex. traordinary chemical composition, the result of science, and the invention of a celebrated medi. cal man, the introduction of which to the public was invested with the solematty of a deathbed bequest, has since gained a reputation unparalleled, fIlly sustaining the correctness of the lanmented Dr Gridley's last confession, that " he dared not die without giving to posterity the benefit of hIis r knowledge on this subject," and lie therefore baqueathed to his fliend and attendant, Solomon liays, the secret of his discovery. It is new used in the principal hospitals, and the private practice in' our country, first and most certainly for the cure of the Piles, and so exten Ssively and effectually as to baule credulity, unless where its effects are witnessed Externally in the following complaints: For Dropsy-Creating extraordinary absorption at once. All Swellings--R'aducing them in a few hours. Rheumatism-Acunt or Chronic, giving quick ease. Sore Throat-By Cancers, Ulcers or ColJs. Croup and Whooping Cough-Externally, and over the Chest. All Bruises, Sprains, and Burns-Caring in a Sferw hours. Sores and Ulcers-Whether fresh or long standing, and fever sores. Its operations upon adults asid children iin reduc. ing rheumatic swellings, and loosening coughs atnd -tightness of the chest by relaxation of the parts, has been surprising beyond conception. Tite common remark of those who have used it in the Piles, is " It acts like a charm." THE PILES-The price, $1 is refunded to any person who will use a bottle of Hay's Liniment fur the Piles, and return the empty bottle without being cured. These are the positive orders of the proprietor to the Agenti; and out of many thou. Ssands sold. not one has been unsuccessful. W Ws might insert ourtificates to any length, but g prefer that those who sell the article, should ex hibit the original to purchasers. CAUTION-None can be genuine without a se plendid engraved wrapper, on whi!oh is my ntqme, and also that of the Agents. SOLOMON HAYS. Sold wholesale and retail, by COMSTOCK & Co., Now York, and by one Druggist in every town in the Union. For sale by the Wholesale Agents, corner of l Comnmon & Tchoupitoulas street, and by the SApothecaries generally. ji30 0 AVE & SCIIA'FER'S Coenpouau., Fuld Ex tract orF Sarsaparilla, for the cure ofMonstinate - eruptions of the skin; pimples or puestultes of the faie; biles which arise from an impure state of the blood; ocaly eruptions; p ins in the bones; chlronic r rheumastim; tot. r; scrofula, or king's evil; white swelling; syphilitic diseases, and all disorders arising tIrm an impure state of the blm.t, by a long resadence in a het liimats, or the ityjdicious use of moercry. Also,-Cave & Schaff r'e Worm. Syrup, or Ii. foat PrePorvative: the best preparation new extallt. L W GLENN'S PERFUMERIES. J C TI INCHARD, Corner of Canal and l.uurbun streetsl SECOND MUNICIPALITY. lt"ERI brought to the Police Prison of the 2nd SMunisality, the .following named slaves, viz sr HENRY, about 34 years of age: says he belongs to Mr. Collins. ANDERSON. ahout 40 years of age; says he be. longs to Mr. Edward Chitfie. CHA R.E, about 30 years of agel says he belongs to Mr.Mondelli. JACK, abopt 13 years of age; says he belongs to Mr. Cregga. MARIA, aboutlid or 17 years of age; says she be lungto Mirs. Gormly. l'he owners of said slaves are requested to prove property, pay charges and take them away. H. S. HARPER. jy31 Captain of the Watch. O NT tb emmneu6 A la pricon de is Secondes Mu aicipaulh. lIs eselaves suivunte, savoir: HENIIY,ag6 d'cnviron 34 uan; se dit appartenir ai i. Colliis Is AN.i) dSON, ag d'environ 40 ansl se dit apparte Air i M. Edward 4iile. . CHARIES; ag6 d'environ 20 ana; ae dit appartair iA M Mondelli. lACK, agS d'environ 13 ons; se dit hpportenir fi M. In CreggL. v MARIA, agh d'environ IG 1 7 ans; se dit apporte- I nir i M. Gorsmley. Les propr Otoires desdils eselove sesntprihes do r- t clamor leoutrs elaves en savnt lns frnis. 2sout H S. IA'RPER, Capt. de Watcl. W ERE brought to the Police Prison of the Second Mnireipality, the following named sloaves, viz: ALEXIS, says he belongs to Mlr auve, aged 45 GEORGE, Says Ihe belongs to Mr C Johnson, aged absoit25years. The owners of the said slaves hre requested to prove property, pay charges, and take thelll aIEy. I S HARPER, jyl2 Captlin of the Watch. SLa stn ouelb.e a ta pison dd l Secolse Muninci I ipalit, rue Barronne entre Hesia et Girod, lea Enclavers siiveannlt: ALEXIS, ns dienat appartenir a Mr Sauvn, Igh d'envirm 45sn. . .e. GEORGE, se disant appartenir & Mr C Johnsoni Ag6 d'enviroi 25 ana. Lee iropri'taires des dits esclaves voudront bien prouver lairs propri6tis, payer len frail et le retirer. 11 S HARPER, jail i4 Caoiroin de Watch. SWAS broIght to the Poulnd of the Sscndn Muaici S V piuliy, saitted in Barohae street, between FHein olpd Hired street, thesfolleing urxiinals,viz: One Ilrown Itorse and Bay Colt. Onear large Hay Mare aind on ltJ One White Spotted Cow. The owners of said siiianls are requested to prote property, 'pay eherges, and take them awsay, on or I-efore aturdny, July the .is, lwhen they will be sold at auction, by 1' A lGuillotte, atilltiOllPe. I S HARPER, jy12 Captain of thie WatIch! 'I'ate ai'in e na dbtpbde la SeonlleManicillilt.l re Barrluillne etllre Hevia et Girod la allnlianl snlvants: S Unchevoal brs et nn Poolaill bnie. line frindeJument hale et ipaulaili Une Varhe bslan ct rtachele. Lets iroptritlres des dits aniomux eumt pibe de rnmu ver le-rs propribtsc, payer los tris at ile retirer d ici i d Sanmedi 21 Jnillet, 1838,ou il oierolt vendes le di tjour Spar P. A. Guillotte, encanteur. s H IIARPER, 14jail Cneltitin de Watch. ]ICE"51l casks now landing Irom Charleston, fbr I, saleby y G BLA',CIIAItD, Jyl2 3; Grevier straet. ~ O RENT-A larme and a fiery well siuted, and in the imost uslness part ofthecity. Toerms. moderate. Apply to W. GIIEENE, at thie Orles at I.ithographie (iecr, 53 ltagailne street. jv24 ci 0'3O LET--The Hiose situated en tihe corner of SOrange and Religions streets; appl to J i BEIN & % C lHEN, jri4 90 Comtmon street. ORLEA 8 LITIIOGRAPIIIC ERTABLISII. A MEA T, 53 MAGAZINE STREET, OPPO'SITE BANK'S ARCADE. 'VI GREENE mtltnr Ilsi sincere lthanks ton hs Sfriends and thes ubllic of New Orleans, for tile antrotnee bestowed on .till for the last two yeers, and teg leave rtn atsure theta tLht all ortdere ctomnl:ited tot Iin charge shall ibe punctuallv oltenldd te; he will us uualt, keep the office open .uritnt tie sumnmer, and shall bhe alwaI s reay to strike off merchant's ciren larse, uainess and address cards, funeral tolices. maps, plans, and drawings, of every description, at the shortest notice, aind on the mot reasonable terms. Being assisted by artists tupeerir to any other establish ltent in tile city. itnd from lonte experiencee in tile liithorrphic lille,' le eels cofllident of giving entire eatifnoctio,. N II Aplitihecaries and drcgI..ilt' labels exeLuled in ir cuntd rlvlt as colperplate etgraving, tlnd at ilne hird of tite letllens. j'24 -L._ll Ill -alska I'lhidelt hiti ,,tile, Albbot a brand, just received, nttd 1for .nae Iby J IU IEIN & A ctftIEN, j, 24 911 Clnomu ntreat. - .X'CII-ANi.G (IN I.OSO'I'N-- Drute, in 1su1t to L tiit pit.i erts ,s fir sale it' jy 4 rs 'ri'cr1ON & AVERY. S PIDEII Otl.-li casks winter s-rIined spnrlm oil, 1 waitrrnnted,t lr stati hIv IA.%C I1;:lll(;F &, o, jyv4 131 llnnazint street. SI.OTI0'1'INi--10 elsnltlillulltr clllithing ,cwiprising J all asorlltten l it, f c' t s te i t ISAArC'IIRII)GEi, & Co, jvl 131 Maloezine street. ttia.iN CtttlefNT'--lir t ittortalicit fre L in tdon, or soaleby REi Al) & IIARlSTTOW, jv24 "7 I(almk Plnte. ALL Iltl''ES i.i I\Vi. El--ill aale byl l S.ATEIlR A 'TRIEllR, jv24 41 Poydras street. V sale by SATE I &,IRIEIt, jv'4 40 Paldram sterre. CIIEWING 'ItOBIACCOfrical by SLATE( & TRIER, jy24 411 Poydros street. H AVANA COFFEE-156 bags prime, lendintg from brig Winfa, and for tile iby SLATER & TRIER, jy24 40 Povdre~ street. SIME-t00 casks of T' h aslon Itme slotur, and foar sale by CIIASE & I)IXEY, jy24 6 CllSlctomlle street. . PERM CANIII.ES.,-I boxes, learding from ship Hu toville.lo sale by ISAAC BRIDIGE & Co, jy24 1:4 Mnaazine street. Ra EaSEYS-3 cases double warp kerseys, landing Sfrom a ship Ilunat vllle, ror ale by ISAAC BRIIttE &Co, jy24 34 Magazine streset. H Y--35 Itles of lay, received ppr ship Hlatttville andfor sals b Ji D SEIN & A COHEN, jv24 911 Cmtmtn street. )LEASURE EXCJIIt.(lION--Pcrsons wishing to I charte( a ISteitl Boat for P'loaiNte Excelrsiolls, can be aecolmlnodated at the shortest notice, with a fin" boat and first raa: aecmmnodatlon s App lyy to GEO. W IKTMAN, jy24 Exchange Hotel, St. Charles st. TO-'RAi.R ay be had by applykhag at No. 28 SNew Levee. jy12l RI+3-1-O"OcEE --00 thags Rio cofe 'el ofinest qua-"ity tl herulisg frotoi brig Chamito on, ir sale.b by STErSON & AVERY. jylr2 8 iGriower streets. a I IANTEaI'i ll-An 1(1e s N.I)Etr-Noe nerd alp a ply hut a workmaul. d WV McKEAN, jyi- ear Camp & t'mnmo streets. ORLEANSI LITBOGRAPIZO OFIaIO SNIt. al3 ugignll anlrclt, olplostll, rallks' Al.atle, ESTArBLISHED for the execution of maps, plano Sand drawings, mserehunts' sireulars, business and addlese cards ofeveyv deOnription, funeral circulars on deep mounting paper, alothesary and dltggis s'labelal hbank cecks, drav receipts, &c. iriuttd u sd exectlt d ist Sacheap and expseditiotll style, b the proprietor. - .Wl.l.ltAl GIItEENE. NB. Bank Notes nt..lv executed, m24 d PORTRAIT PAINTING. SRl. PAtIet resapectlully ntoruls Ithe public that a 1_ he will remain a short tinte .in Now Orleans tor the purM0se olpnn painting portrnits. Rooms corner of Cnaul ad St Chuarles, in tle house g occupiedhy Pacrtaly & Lyon, Denltiats, whers teeimtns of his painting can be seen. Eutratce in St Charles street. it'll 8 i 3OAP-5-0boxes No. I seapbrand oflJnaeisYuld, a. loding frol brilg thaipioi, for sale by i t ISAAC BIILDIE & Co, jy 12 134 Magazine street. FINE GUNS--A fw fine doshle barrel gunst in storelP , for sale by S LOCKE & to. SjyI4 2. Old Levee. HISKEY, Flour and Pork,,is store far sale by nV W m GO DOIRSEY, 44 New Levee. DEMON YRUP--lI0 boxes lenion syrup, landing lmtot ship Concord, and for sle byo J THAYER. & Co. jy26 74 PIoydras street. ALLSPCE--b0 bags Alltsiee in stale, and for sale by J 'rAYER & C,, jyi6i 74 Po drns street. A'I'HS-O4000 oI.tlhs it seore, stll lUr sile by J TIHAYER & Co, jy2l6 74 Ptydras street. "ARK.--400 bbls sleass D O, priteand soft. Primen f just iospected, for sale by G. DOtSEY, jyt6i '44 New Levee. HAVANNA COFFEE. RLIME-102 Bags of prilim green Havsnnn Coffee uI sow laodilg Iromn hrigi'oweu Etnnque,tper Ilavnn U sea, for sale by JOSEPH COCKAYNE, jyl-i 'a Giraier street. j GATE PUBLICATIONS-PA5.L PaY's JOURN.L u L a residence at Little Pedlingtun. CLsns., ur Italy; by Madam de .iteel; Holsien, trauslated br tihe Library of Standard Nos'els; 'lThe Pu f etikal Passnges, by L I I.. .American edition, with no. nmrous eorrtections: in 2 vols. IUanI'a An.D sL'tLECY si' POI's- teUW edition: 2 ala hlund i tans.. '"l'sa wo' Its ar Jon DnYent:i-in verseo atd prose, ilt a life, by Rev I flitt.lrd: iew editiut, coltpleate it mt Jut rreceivedatd fr saale by S 12W" McKEAN, e Camp Cttt t & tO'tit t itsLl l OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONe. SPEEDILY, HANDCFOMELY AND CHEAPLY EXECUTED AT THEu O@PI3 OF TUE True .dmerkl,., ST. CHAILES STRI ET, NEAR POYDI AS. m23 yij INE & ORTER tBO'ITTLE S-" gross wine r and 10 gross Iorter bottles, lor anle by HOL.MES & MIA.., jyv2 Blak All,. jCOTCH LE7C askO Scotch ale, (quartls K pints) for saleby IIOLMES & MILLe, jyll Bank Alley. r-ARPEN TER'9 F/refract of ýlverE168·t ,C and all other Carpenter's Preparation received lately by Ii liONINA L, . jy by car Tcloupitourlik Nathes as.e. Fifty Dollars Reward. aj ANAWVAY about one month ago, the Negro ari 1 ROBERTI, belongitig to the subsariber. ail boy is betweel 13 and 14 years of agle, slim buils, ant vet. dark, aoid very intelligent; speaks English and a little French. Twenty dollars will be paid for his nppreheei on so that I can get him; or ifly dollar 6N taten out of the state, on pdrtla EctO to p DELAHOUSSlAYE, jyll-4t Fo.stblg La asytte. NeW Orleans & Ca.rrolltoa HaI lw 7y. IROPOSALS will be received by tlhe underaigel L until Smaturda , 28th, for the Eilefio olf 2 4e story Houses and Kithen, one Blaoksmithot Shop, ore I Cor House, one Stable for 23 botes., 120 Nby ido one Car House. 40 by 13. Plans and Speeifinations can be seel on appllcatiht at tha office, corner Poydras and Bartmneo elrs.{ y21 GEORGDE MIIEK .IC.R L I'TEIt PAPER.--Just received from the Brotady riwhieils, 6 cases supesfine blue letter paper somne very low priced; 10 cases superfine white leta. paper, edo; casc thin pink letter pnpeo, 4 cases sups tioe packt post Inrge size; 2 cases supente slctSe assorted colors; cnss esuperfine octavo asso.ted'Nole ifor sale, wltlesale and ritail, by D FELT & C., New York Statione' Hall, 5 jy2l 24 Chartres straee /-FO RENT--Pooession (iren immediately, sbi SHor.se on the Baoth Rail Road eanr Me Lie ,Sore. 'he two Pavilions in Batt, near the NP e Orleans and \uchville Rall Road. Several Rooms hI It the Car l oune of th Bath Rail Road Company. For the particulars apply to H'BONNAIEL, jv2l corner Natchez - Tcboupitoulat ass. F)IO RENT-The Hoise and Gardens noElg Herby's . Aeademy, on Tivoli Circle continlntg six roona with kitchen, pantry, and nut-lhuses, &a . Apply to JAIIVIS & ANDREWS, jv I2 corner T'choupitonalas & Comnmon streets. FORTY DOLLARS IIEWARID. SANAWAY from the subscriber ltee days sger the Negro Girl IUCY or LUJCINDA. She is strohg and well built, speaks Englisll and soow broken Srench; her akin I not very dark. She was owned by Mr. Twogood, Itheni by Mnrs. Cnark, in Poudras street, who sold her to her present master. Sue hac bben seen five days ago, in the lower part of thb eity,oad Sundav belfore last die expended the whole da, in Sbrick nd, near to the race Yround. H BONNAi EL, jA1 cornrer Natchez nad Tchaupitoulaests. r LEAF LARID---~ iI kegs superiorrtcle i i sltlipitg order, and for sale by ( IDOREY, I, jy1 44 New Levee. m - IIISKEY--75 bblis rectified whiskey, loding r fronm steamboeat Hannibal. 12 do, din store, for sale by LAM ET' & AMELUNG, t. jy21 17 Commerce stre Ud, /li'PINGn INSTRUMENTS, &e,-A supply o i u. J Cippitg Instruments, Patlet Pump Syringoo nand lStomach Pumps, all of the most improved dee criptiol, received by tle' enhieribete. Aof ei, Cologoe Water, Balm of Columbia, Ward's Suir Oil, Fine lHait, Nail and 'ti'ootl Brushe,&c. e. jvl9 SICKLESO & Co, 40 Canal street. rt. O tItRi.-A Mulatto Wooed, a fir.t rate washer, J. ironer, and excellent cook, for a small fatamily. U. Apply to REESE & I'LANGE, jyl9 18 Catnip streCet .-An ancileant lhinig occurred to Doe seeman, resident Phyaicias of tha Frank I hIe situation is now vacanti. Applicants ad ly No 17, Roalpart st. 31 aly-4 fit AbIE.R COLORS-Reeves & Sed.so periV" us V water colora in boxes, , tnw, tthree nd foar earows; werranted genuine; also afine assortmrent of Gernman and Toy paiots; also, lMuddleton & iLewall'n th Drawing Pencils; a few very superior sable and canel's hair bru-lies fLr sale by sit DAVID FEI.' L CO.I New Ybrk and Statiiner's Hal. Le 31 24 Chartre mnr. -A \IFOLI) I.E'I"I'ER WltITF,--Juet reoeied., It in elegant ecssortmlenl of Manifold Letter Wri. toi tern, suo talf boiund, for tiLe Cttuntiig House, and some neatilv done tip ill lorocco cases with backa for travelling, t very useacful adll convenit article, for sals l y I) FELT & : O., New York and Stations Hall, Jy:Al 24 Chartres street. to 1; F LA RD)- 1 0 1 egs, il fine shipping urder, n eiti ciur qunl.ty, at the lndingn, for sale .vb it i1 44 Nw I.evee. L- ll thiiLAN A FURNITURE WARUROOMI, N... 53, lenville street. ii ll.IIAM1 It. CARINES, (frmcrly of the firm ol ' ilait & t.lrue.e,) woubl.d repectulluly inf.rm his, "liejls ualt the p ,lic thir be in oslltaotly receivrig froil 'cuw 'orll . d II clit a gol.o assrtullent of Fur Iiltu e, ucl a II lhoanyll chair, tolf, I edesadl, mea ple ad Illned cllaire, Imaple and cherry bedtseads, imahoguanV slad cherry lableCs of al delMriptioUe, bu reaul, tiodet, secretarys, writi; desks, werdruaes of eUcmahogaIny and cherry, wash cunds, looking glasses. featlhea, ueddillg, tc. &c. N.l. Furlluture packed for transportation with great 1 OI IMOIN WIIIeKEI.--80 tbl-, landinEY, f.) for sale by Gi DONS I evse. A UIDI'I'UI.' OIAF 'v-, the Treahury ofl'eiu lpurchased by NATH'L TOWNSKIND, jyo, Exchange Hotel, Gravier stret u"Nl ItUNDIIED DOLLARS REWARDb FOR the appreheneion of the personrr peasa- who hallt my boy Rolla, on his way from the city of Lafayeltte to hiis master, D) H TWUiGOO)D, in the city of New Orleans, or any inomllation that will lead to the conlictin of the perpetrator thereof. jy98tt IMtl--2U U casks it $ood ordes, on boardl bri b Neptune, laying ut orng treet rl h forL l l.. by CHASE & DIXEY, jy28 6 Custonhouas street. M EDICINES, PAINTS & OILS-A large sad I general u.aortloenton hand, for sale low, by JAItVISr & ANI)IEWS, jy28-lm.io.c or Cotoeeno & Telhoupituulaas t. .tORI I AL,.E--llBulm of Columbia, EusIace asd Temple' blrxture, Hay's Liniment, Rose Oant. rntl Hleatache. Relmedy, Burn's Coro Plaiter, S. lt saleb.y JARVIS & ANDREWS, jy28 eor Common & Tehoopitulda at.. IF'l't KEGS FILESit GOSHEN BUTTER, 2I5 boxea bunch raision, 100 boxres inperial tet, 10 barreel cherry bouuece, 10 holfh brrels Fulton market beef 5 barrels smoked tongues, Il boxes P A cheese, hit boxes Gilbert's tarch, Received per ship iHuntsrille, for sate by jy28 PETERS & MILLARD.. IJultK--80 bhl, A1 U, 15 bbl chines. just received,. f fr sale by G DOSEY, jv20 44 New levee.. I:At--60 hhde, superimr qualityi in atorem, for enic by G DORSEY, jy28 44 New Levee. R ULED CAP & LETTER PAPER-On hndr, . l large assortment oflow priced lnd very spetmor BHlue andel WVite, Wove nnd Blue Laid Cap and Ltars Paper, for sale by IDAlD FELT & Co, New York Stationers' Hall, je2l 24 Chartre street.. NDELIBILE INK-Just received, an addlooll s upply of very superior indelible ink for markiang liuen, &c., warranted a first rate article, for aul by the. dozen or inglel box, by DAVID FELT Uo C, New York Stationers' Hall, j128 24 Chartres stret NEW ORLEANS & NASHVILLE RAIL ROAIL IImIUS OF DE'ARTURE ON SUNtDAYS r UATo. From DIepot. From Bath. 6A.M. 7 A. M. 9 do. 10 do. 12 Ml. 2 P. M. 41 P.M. 6 P. M.. The rest of the week. From Depot. From DBltb 8 A. I. lo P. M. 120 . 2 P: r. 4t P. II2 6 P. ,I.. N. B.-Persaons wishing to go on the Praniteaaudbs so as far l the road extends nWohul ansrotn e lhare.' JAMIESH . UALDWEU L jy26--Ut Psestdtat NEW DIIIIU ORY. PUBLISHED) this day, Oibaoe's Guide and Dies u try of New Orleani and Lafayette; for Sa1e b DAVID FELT d m22 N Y Stationers Hall,94 Charts a~, LAGOING & BALE ROPE-lOt pa Ktock. Sbegging; Il coils do bale roppse, i. . c sale by YOIRKE & B I .1t jyd 65 CIheicarP . TO OWNERS AND USERS O'# 11Q5. SURGEON WALDGRAY4lk$ COeD-'f been introduced into the conatry but shout Ihl. men ha, and the SatonislhIng demand it bae ll with has entirely exceded 4the moste Itopes of the proprietor, NalJ'd all livery Ml0 aid a great number of gentlemen owinoabag. have ured and are delighted with it. Iat monly improves the pre:sOt appslance of the hea bo a o' permanent and most deidd Baniae. l otI t druggit. generally. NEROL ) CLOTH S, LIN)EYS & ES-dc El Ey . ' Il. c ei suncriaer offer for sale, htudie flea .ship, Concord, 2 bales plain tmixe naseo hcl th s; I Cwillett nixed negro lotll; R18 hbar lineeys, a, ed ululoree; I hale a late swan skin; i. cae pnaoted .4ra 2 balee, eauv mixed Cordova eireyr; l bale unifalafed cnduo. ker,'; ys. ISIAC lRIIhiGE .uo, j-12 t44 nllegaaiu aim 1I jEtS t ,I.OUU It -ta 0I hblo hdiug adoree le by )Y jy (4 Ifi.olT, t4 New Ies'

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