Newspaper of True American, August 7, 1838, Page 2

August 7, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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Mail Ilegalatlons. Sm asi FEederk .faaid is closed every dry at 10 a Vas-la due every day at 12, M. as Nail is olosed every day at half-pant t dt V-uI. duo with the great Eastern Mail. S .Mil (via Covington, La.) is closed y Maeday, Wednesday and Friday. at 6o clock, due every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur. 4r.at ,m PM. sierite or oRirer .4ail is clmed every SWednesday and Saturday, at 8 P M-Is at rnmed by steamboats.-Arrives irroeg. frt a week. P' nai Ma.il is closed every . a r.ry, at ItP AP -Is sent and re. a Brilliant. SRedRier Mail is lent irrego otfiee a week. ivilie ot'i riaver Mail. ia, d yCl a at 8 o'clock. P M. XhSidiia" ..Coact ,Hail. ~ yand dClowe at 8 o clock, P M. la s aChamaer of Co namerce. ecesama,; ro rdt ai retm 1838 . j,;;".J. P0maer, Prueldent. . t Quertier, 18t Vice President, *3 a~r W4, .dge ild , 24 do.,., BROF APPEALS, FOR 1838. Thomas Ilarrett, l , E HC Ceommack, ch Aldjah Fisk. G )GEO . W I W lTE, Sec'y. i C...i..... 1 lt, Iaihi etea. July ..... 30 . ..434 CaeianaatI, Aug...... ....:i.....31 eou Aii a.........s . 1 i.i JlaL l uly. ... 101 Sa I.issrpsl, Jala ........ "(' )ma)al7 .3443 PuleJad ..... a Sp ..... ....... A .ou July ......... 4 W eg. y......... tI Inare June . .7 >rtr skip Hewn. earr v: 10.00) pipe stares, 26 bad  ~ ~ ~ 0000 002 o l h10eotn l 11q391ot o'.ftlC p Horn..oooreo,: 0114)otta". IO&11iL A, N ARKE'T..Pwo borIgW \o ..ogou: 181 hed. -Perkr Peoloro1ll o.nnon. .ra: 1hdolohhsoo. oo r. PENSACOLA-Par aohy Charloilt. carp. 20 I,01. pork. II10 dosoaro, 00 do ohlhkoy: 2 dIo ram, 21103 0.'o road.d 4 do oldo006, 2 do loo .our.o, 110 0. do, 2 boo« muslord, 12 do ton. I lo suenr. ---i4·-P ..,ko Deo,.4..,,oo: 415 bls ,oo Ierad. a ,..&I ·rol,.gIa.3hoolreemo.o, do rnndllul 3 1,1I mob,,,,, 7 kegs bultte. 5 hhds sugar, 4 bis do ,1 do ham.,2,-ooks, baooo, 24 r.oks Auooot 6lh. liMtRPOOL-Pe hlp 7o,.,ool..ooogoi 330 birds tolloeoo. N44 htde, )ol.16 N' W YORK-Brig Alfred 'Polo. .o.,oon 3000 bbnm. oatio, 2360 pigs lead. 100) poh, bofolo ,oles,, i.7 b1,1 Castor oil., 7 do wio,. I041 Idol. tlubso, 16 4 a ~. do..0bl, nlr ogull Ilo),o be.oo.. J I14,0A-r bilp 100nho0..00040: IO11 hills Coo,, 056 Loegslad, I calsk oooomel,26O baloe.oo2116o, 14 plkg. ldz., 2 baloodo. P14SA27OLA-IrO achy hlooy Joao..roogo, coffe, wino[ fob., ,. on. ,ion. breed, co0,, poltatoo. Q10. 1 L.AB40O-Por ,hr lbrt eio..cnroa: rie, lo .04 nr, - , baggilg. o,.dzo, lban. ho,,. pork,. lard. whiskey. wine, Iboodod. hlardwoo crook er07*0ur . suga, m1olasses, dur0,0l, lead, pow der, . sholumber,. 00. HAVANA- Per ashy I~ligni·.nria..o go i)seeks coffr, frui t IMPOtllll Vv A c. 40.08 AI Cuo,,lo, Loj..jyro, S 1); 9 'ooodoo, Voodoo., ,IlRo1,,oo, oo,1e, od 'f -Paro baq Carolinioa..rar.ogo, wine.,veilion, cheleo, ari snaook,,blankel,, 40)., 041 Fu0lrsall, W oeoonLt., .:,t. Albeort.. Moyor. 44hor aoq Mary..r.ron: 300 tie. i,. nd a .sall lo oadzrd, 411r Sovt 2h 0,lantono. order. Pe*r-P r Witl Hordino--F.rtto: assor~ted rude,.. 1 tjlA-ParE ~ brig Orienlul..rorgo: 675 boxes 061)01), 286 ren'4 . hag1 Bouie, to M do Liooodi, I .OI ei, ood lo~ '` Auou.1 0th. RECEIPTS PRODUCE. u)1)0o140110 rate oo,,r G hovlby. .0rroreo 174 b1nl 0,.r, I lrt4;ooP SO.,oon 0400broll0 Io' p10 Oo horlinew& 01',. I IIrgour,Sl1,lrl y Whi tiOollo; 30 al0,obos cotoln, J M t1) co~, 3doJlI Lonrrih 61)co. Ill do W M Hel., :l4o Xi.Ot· 1,1; 41do Lockhart, F1,, . o D&1Sonoga)o do Nog.4ao. 1ýSo' S ar.-Per olammr Uorll,,0.ie..rergo, 4 bal cotton, vast Ao oo.2,Io G .9 ,1 7 do S W Okrey I po;Lr0 1146 sug adsaulr, Payrou, Arcuile N 1)o; 1'.' do moluilcer Linm .00 h1 'F'hpmpp.o 4 Olulo sugar, 1 pockeo. RIl WI,14 41 10: 16 kegs led, Pl0.oo0, boo.m 0 to; fruoil, 1), , 044 o4 boar1. 0ohroovpoolt-Per ooeamoor Sri., OooIroiome..,,.go 5 h.oI,. 00004,0. 1alooo", . Sowell -.0Io J 1 1' 4illip; 6 do 01t2400,14 V.01,; 21 do Maurin 1 doA 0lToolo Noloitocl40I0I'4r 0,0000r 00 '0010i01da..enr40,: 23 b.4rr4 hal.4 M It Mllon1,,,2 4r4k, I B,, ,' rice. A Ii.004414' 444o, l0b)lo0o®610,, A Blowle, 32 do J Aro40ur; 1. Ihoo,1,o ol, IL' PAEI4NOrIII:. Mxicn -Pl' U SIop1 Wr Ontaroio.. lr.sr F GIoIboo, M 4 A ti440410,0, Ali.. 44.0.1,oo, .Michoo, Edword R11ll.41, 106. lts), C Kruger.. floo.A160P1 h D0,V0044004. .J' amnn 6 R 'Cello- Par Io~.q C.,olioioo.. d)o li(olovy 0 .otld,4.M 51o1 & Ba A Itrertd. Whiles- I'er rtssmr C~nlolis...MI· Wbnx~tln 1)1'nnil, Sirs i.A m J luol.I. .m10r. IlIlI,, attn. I0,,, 0lw luoo,,I,. 6), 1I y .o 4 Ihi Tly.s. 1ll.o, 044,0 114,o, Kloo I , lo,,o, - I Ir b 8 Horton-4 n Ilrlloyo.-R1 o,, 3 a) 0 44441. foyoo. BSte-Per 404,440r H'll,,tovilr..MrO Beal 0' tonnily. MrAorIoo. 4hads, 4, 4045 y' o0, 0401,,,, n lady, Inortie. D~o4 In. Aldoric. Mooo. Ilo,,',o. W 444040n, Viloluo. Dupre, 0,,.,,l, Moo,,,, ourOIoo.S2,,0. 1: .looar, 0e,',, P,,0lr,31,sl,,44. A rooior, J40,,. .0rn440, S4000,0. I ur00,,. Polnoolo. A Fortie,, 90 Fo, Ii.,, Roger, Le IllI,,,, rlnoly. I4, Paris. Peevr . Mrs R Marmeliou, V Itorrsuol Cavilller, 11) ucu- lddck-and 40 noy. MEMlMORANDA. Bri Bolo1dirno ,po4 Slot July. Iet 16 501, long F6, .01,, Uollmlalooo Foonklin or lo,4on; lameday, by.n1."411 0, long 8610, .chAl. Cu044oings, troO Fr0,k41,14or Nurollk; name d*o lot 2140, 50,.4. 00 40, onrroq I'ooehr., 1I 4toy. fro, Heron40 for New Orleans. Oooq C444.000 000, 2d Jly. Si omth fo ' t0ohnoor 10,,014 204,,iouh, f,0, 04 t M,0.. 40'p044 ohe )bflwaoiOeOeoo4,44 bed 0,od 4 14u 11, to fa, U,4od .'la44. troop. a40 commi0.440d d414l440'4.'44 at or 040044r ,, l,.ko, Sidle. b govwlorr badlordered out aI the militia, ,,,d tlhIeylhd repair d 00.Shll Porl.. 11,,h United S10e ,lo0 p 0.0 War Oulo ino. 1,in0 oftlhe 8 W Pflt: bought 17.880 dolla~s spec)'. and (:201)gers A berHooqposed to be tihe ElI. Halnd. 000000014311,,e berg Co.1in4.oM4but Iwo doy. .,il o0 the ,0uliza. oPhiIldnlpOo, 3010 Joly..I'I 01, lolo'riumph. lloomolt, tor Q1+* (klaulr, sod by 1)q Ell. flood, Greed., do.. Noe, York, .1h July-orr. ,rlhr TIxas, Mlerriman. orom Noon Or,1,., ship K,04,01ky. Ibuok,,1,. do. "W0olon; 41110b July-arr. 144i4 N,,o4,10, L4,culo, 00040 Noo S·POKEN 1400olar t ).410J7.long. Ed 15, " hr Ent.4erprise; tooo New Oou r 4th, ao.4o4 II, 00,4 Lolooad, Jbvidao;,ofroo4, Noliobr to l.o.lolop. ;Pd lYlI.1951d, Ioogo i Unlevler, Ipok ,, 104rom Mobiol No Y'oonod,,hno,. J*IUolytl o11,oOople 110,,, .poka elooh to~o Mobil, 40 ~to.u 5..U (k-ISiO 4 In, Iniding Irani nteeteer Buckeye, , o.eijter aleby Gi IIiSI 0Y , y31 . 4.1 Nrw Levre. Thu MASTCtN LIME-gnutC-tC s i ret ch atd in ,r/ good order, ftr sale in I1tIt to seit puirelaserse, by CHIASE & RIXEI'. ielyl li iuxtom Htouse treet. AfltilNti4-ltI pieces of heavy Keretehky eug. Is' ring for male, by iby HJM.MES & 1lls,1Afe ..*3t hunk Alley E I yFi1t : DoLLAkh iu ILAIýAI. R3MJ v r:na renard will he pnid for npir Itpeneieof J,-ubrmy HAtIRY, aged louct twreay yetet, five era tien ornia itrEbeRhigI pet loekiEtngand hleek tier); it ~at.dhimself yesterday~ fromn the snbseti e,, to. 5, Suzettetrert. e3'Cajtt ins tntela jente otlers fee leearneei neet teo reeie urharbuiejbien, unlter Ith etrictent 3ietlty of tbs. rr. 1.. I. HAIENLIE, TARTS warren dP Cei)ex le eousigx6, __ n______ arry f ptin 5. o i plreeae; W l rtetait r tittt 1enttie'nt'inetltd Holies et I~ensuite A idl. I's lHring'cl; Indite r xnxeeeceye leem flay ee mar son tn'ternalrtn nu he loger dtiu aue dieageeinoles. Les oi ttaanadrbateaux a vaputr et entren, ncutt peii4a tIe t i qjt Ireet9'tr,neons it prienr itnltttlnltxer Istl Iqh'irrenr, a4-i; L R GAIT fiaIE,i nun lsuzette r. e~t.'u At ei, itretjuxlieiefliiettrt, Ct~Curt-Warner W. Stawurt, itt actual custody, o*. bi Orritera -eTne creditors of ttt pntitineer, Wee. S t.ewawrt. are hereby nttifiedi te In xcii appear it 'ntuattua Moadty thi 211th fj Auegni text, et 111 IfA.M., to there canse, ifnay they have, ehe said Wanter W: Stetart sheeld not have the benetit J tbilbw matde fer the relief af lnsolvert Ihbture it, By ander f thtle ncort, thi3fl3th July, 1838. P-.. Lb BLANC, D 'y Cl'k. '" 'eJrr*"t7NL-Mw(? T., i LA ttutAS,,IAiOE-'tter tie dietriet dtt iirDlarict Jtldiiaeihe-Water W e Steettnrl, dttic, eotra erllrsttaeirire-Lees teif lcieri In ptt. t iJumsernW. $trewat.e mett ar lrtpreet tnoeeif mtra pleiue eour, Ittttdt h 211 eottt ltmEtl am * r~du untein, tear fetre ealeirleura reisuee. a tineitatagrqttaeilreiit it er te nttra pet Is 1)6 4,0 taer aenir au neeouxexd.·s eettteers itteol Par erdrr de It eturte tn itJeiillet 1848. P. LEBLANC, Dp. CGretlier. ItFICENEW ORLEANS & NASHVILLE} R·· '' troatn, C~o., Any. Wr, 1838.i ftI es tatineliver ttbout 400 ttnt bar oitrC l kla e9 t Lakeeehs ettmen tore ca trW' a·fitta: JAMES 1, CALDVij.l. ~44931t.Penaideuttl 6 Plu NEWV ORILEANS & .AneIZVILL t.R. AII. ELPJAD CttlWANY-De-anta on tNew Yerk at sl or sixty y a date, fee teel, in now, torsut tt JAMES H CALIWELL,, i, l 'Presidett. " i difere_ kinde, for nle by JARVIS& ANULDEWS, jet ar Citttmen ttn TttloIt ittttleeat. ONk KAN1'U(:H(' r-:-iifirer;"ý, ajhn Hanb ot K enrutekb at Letdiaeilie; by 1.AWt ENCE I.i'fIlNDIIKE, ,owe .f''8 ad _0 New Ieven. {- bntnigfn etwmearbt Ete 44 Newlvr it r b io, WJ" "lisl' 1 ldbiCke`'Oer saler aT { AIULM ha I t 111t,1.s, _Uak B lkll. THE TRUE AMERICAN, a BDITlD RBY ,O'n< f iIBSON. PAITHIFUL AND BOLD. NKLVV ORLEANS: TUESII)A .........AUGUST 7. 1838 MURDERS IN TIII NORTH. Nearly every journat on the other side the Po- o tomac, is in the practice of giving currency to every idle rumour which gossip, or moliee may *pread to the disndvanntage of the morals of the South. No tale is deemed too exaggerated for belief, no marvelons story told but is shown ap as a sample of our everyday occurrences. If a duel a takes plnce, or a quarrel results in injury, the northern press (with some few honorable excep-. tioni) is open mouthed in citing it as a eominattn instance of the bhitod thirsty propensities of all who breathe our southern air. Although more riots, and itjurles. result frIo one local election in the sixth ward of New York, than took place throughout the extent of LI-isiana in the recent excited contest, yet does a Philadelphia bigot as. sort that every man went armed to the polls, and that twenty duels resulted Irom, and lollowed the election. No sensible writer would pen such trash, and no intelligent reader should believe it. We of the South are certainly it tnore char geable with deadly crimes than our revilers of the Nirth, nor does it alpear that we are as much Quarrels andl fighs, certainly break out among us, but cold blooded murders are less frequentl in our record, thian in these of the colder North. We are naturally led to these reflections by skimming 4 over only a few papera received yesterday. When. ever did the southern press, of one single day, p eaent such an array of bloody deeds as we give a few secimnens of below When was so butcl db erly an act perpetrated here in open broad day, in the public streets as tisa first which we gather tn from the New Ytork Sun ? y eliberanle .Murder in BBroadtan!y,'a .tlid.day. lBriadway, near \Valier street, was on Saturday S luuolon, near I I ol'cleok, the scene of perlhnps tho 4 irost dehbeltae and atrocious murter tlat ever ko was perpetrated in this Lity. A black man,i named Edward Coletiltmnl, t.re put an endl to tile lile of o, his wife Ann, by Itearly severing her head train ther body. It aplierls that the horrible deed re. stilted tr ,m his hbeht litl her infidelity; aid if the I1 statementl. of their acuailntllnce are correct, lhie belial wna not without cause. This miserable t et r tlformerly lived in Philadel. phia, fromt whence tiley remlovd to thisr ity a lew at nunthn since, and t ak apartlmetsa ill the rear of No. 150 Fulton street, whtere they still had their ,ome at tile time lof he mtrder, His treutnent lk. of her here, oI lite, Ilosbteen very harsh, owing to hit belief of her InfidJlity, anidwitlhin a shlort tCLe past she has beeln hilIedi to appeal to the pice for prlteetion iagt natl l is violenle and hi tli rlnls of deadly reven.e. 1: would aeelm, however, Iltt hie was excessiiely intd if her, and hoe bhett ad known on his knlta tItentretat her to ollduct Iher tself s becoming it wife. Besides seeking the pro tectioni of the plliet, she htee lso ll Oun lt shelter from his violetre. at idifferent ttimes, wllt me al of her Itieide-.id on ThrsOday last for tti< ause alsh repaired to thei resiliell e of a renlaive inll ester to street Ile tloW ver aicerltined her retreat ill he Id ltrse fl lhe day, and reptllring there, spenll thI nltghlt with hrr. (in Satllrdiay mllorningl hI sile ceeded in persuadinig her to leave there, and re turn hiore, aid tihey were on their way thillther, when Ine l rtlder waes ommitted. Site was slil!, however, apprehensive of vie lercee from hit ll, ald to g arti againt s Ii, shlt ,i I. :he relnilve (llnclaennd ou.it, as we understuodl to naellmtlpny her ti me; and they were but l r.ld a r two behind the.l at the timte of the mtrdler. no When they had arrived opposile Mr. Jllhi's a1111 a sic slrte, 385 liroudway, a lad who wiasjl't at o tlheir side, heard hetr sk himn Ir a shlillh to, gt s, rmte food with-shet suid bihe hrd hd ntllothit IIt 4 eatl since the prevlns evtninO. lie refiu.led the shilittg t ld tilhe l tu d ithat she loved anothei r InIll SLietter ltain she did hirm; hut thisi ie nlost vehle Smnllly dleniid. Heit appearled to l eue suitle c1n fidence in her prate-trions, and put his arin liver her shoulders as Ii he Ipurposue kissin.! her in i token Iof reconeldiatiohn; but in.,ted u .' so doing, Il, he suddenly I: lped Ihs hund uip It her hbad, no, pullmg it bloL,, Jtew a razor alcrss ht, Prthlenl r. wn ch neurly eevereI lher head from her boly, anth dropping her upon ttie payment, I ile tluls deal ill I rt z r pt ,', tit I, t I , to esenlpeg fout thr niw'l the lr dreau ,. a"r , stood p c ily Io illit ., t0e -" severaol wilho lo aItti.rid thie tri yt.ia ttll;,s. .-til vt l I, whIoti hUe oufflre.l nIe rci trillaee whnll they toild lt ht e o us go Ito lhe polite .llice It cli i s ly lll I-ll l n, I edi, "I lhave dlln it-stie was ii-,t lllj IotnLIIt r I. I have i. wrull, Is ip llllo t tle--laki ,le Ii a UPS will lind the razeo1 .o the ctlet lI am sIt "eiu Il- e as t ta kes ht the plihcl ilicl, wllicil woa i -.. der, d to prIst,i, he, oslice ul whch t ie le Cklio.w liedget , as he o.t, l the prlrlcipie of 'bloulo, lur lr Mlool." The botdt v tile nlurdered woman 'w1OtS nr r mlll ved to thie it lld hilse, ill itle allltl c ..e yaid where le t ellrllton r hl Ii aIiii Itn ul" st iiin I; allnd a Si verict ul wlillli tII, ; r h-,eIIg rendered by thI eI eur', ,d the .co .... .. , col..mi;:ed I',, . ur ,r,. I Aci ia heing ,Ipnr cF ill ',,:c ""t the cells rte ur - dererappeared Itc v .-e , c, y il l cool and uncon snlled as Ie hllt plt, .i it , 811on,a he t alkled with ,v4ral ahout t ,tiLn ltllt deed, Its auae and prbablrl U clniq.qtu we. t'Ili IIII, llnc utto Lt coL polsure alld lntetllligl l, I J . le ,ourse tl the day I hIr was visit( hltl t .a r. iei t, whl hIad been en.. aaged as ctunaSl Io hiJln, and ulter that gentler man haod had n conr i llaoln with ll ra llllarked changl e a se oll r I dellpertn.l II Ulid coIIVera that noie kd h of Jelaa e, save rhat of insula iy otdl he ,of y I use ll ill hl It h li bln vere rctal; lt able kinld of slupidlly anlld, lanl our was exhilltred Iy the, Iurde er alter hiis :Iunt rl e lt Din.. 'hrouagh ut vesterda, 'wheln lvalnled bIy a I ber olf persons ire ,r s.rved tl.t rame kindd tl inunity and atupor, anlld when agnaoItllned a numlbler ill whorse co t ItnV w". viiretd hli cell, lls answers, when hela mrde any a aill, are or f the most outre kind. 1le al.a enderavaretd to lhrow into hilscoutunh nc, a correp.lnlldtlta expre.I sion e l idilicy; but he hadl not hall the tcnroullnd tif tha l "'ndex ol the mind" hllat hie poa.rrasad ovr his tongulle. We loaaund hJimt smated en his Ihuak, readrin a bible whitch thad been furlltehed tin, but which the laid down wh we t meredl. Ile is a tall li,, lookina netreat, alld lls a ,.. ill e. folr one of hls race, dashed, ho"Pver w th a sllghtly illniser er prCrainn. Hle i Ito bae e.rnintd eon tlhe charge of t udlllll er toda, billut he will, of cOui rsc, by advLce e(atoUlnelr, sa nllhinel t r erwlsaco suelthing calculated to favor tlheapretext ollllsantly. (Ola of the Pl'hiladeldphia papers spelaks thus of the xecutlilon ofl tile mlrderer ARIuIoW: Thalshnrdened wretch who Inrdered Mr. Lv. manl, at Irchrte,. was executed oil the 25 b intal. Ilh letlloitud cllous I tire last, vincin a mrtatU raty in vice and deprivity which shocLked aid dtcnstred all who sOaw him. It is naid that he mode a cotllfes.iun of tle lurder to hia counsel, whlcht ia to he putl!ished. Olte Cfrom New York states that Rector, the murderer, is alo ia to take his trial at Utica. At Tauntron, Mas. ll Tnueday, a manmlll ed Gill, tahlt, intoxicat.d, assautac d hsl wir In a ita l roclus Imanner, brlaking both hers arlls, and Stherwiee n.aterinlly Injuring her. She to not expected to recover. " Ttrice Lto t.llc. --tlne lf tie fortunate sulr vivols of the calamity of the Puloaki, seeratm singu. larly ared to be present at tile most awlul accidents, and yet to be saved from all. Mlr. Lovejoy, whoso recenet seal a has been so generally spoken of, war a passenger on board the Charleston steanmr " William Gibbonb" at the lime of her destruction: was als o in the all-fated " Iltome," and lastly in the "Pulacki." Three such escapee cannot be paralleled il the history of any living man. Tr Tfhe .lthl .l9erican Trust and Banking Company orgsanzed in New York, under the cencral banking law of that state, went into operation on lthe Iair .ily. It is to conatinue il force until the let November, 2,301. Capital, filly mlilhos. Royal visita and visitors seem quite in flabion. A letter, dated Trieste, 8th May, says-" the Austrian government are getting ready a frigate to carry an arch-duke of Austria to thie United State."' The officers of the " United Slates" were treated with tile warmest hospitality by thle Austrian authorities in Trieste. rThe StoalsofD, ulth.-A- negre etrl,in a frolick. sate lollld, was dancing on the head of a onllasses h,,hellad, on tie lever, ill New Urlanns, when the headl bake au, sed she sunk and was drowned. S.o says ithe sapient Philadelphia Ludger. This story or the hogahead of molaeses may do very A well for the hog's.head of the Ledger, but has no 0 more truth in it than the general run of his para- P graphs. Folks here laugh at the editor, but not at his story. tl ALttempt at oesassintion. -On Saturday evening a little after dusk, Recorder Ballwin was returning b alone in his gig from the Lake, on the Shell road of the new canal, when he was beset within half a mile of the toll gate by three villains, who pulled him out of the gig, beat him severely, and stabbed him in the left side, then rolbbed him of his watch and pocket book, and draised hin to the edte of the swamp, where they left him. 4t the time the attack was made, a porter dray, with three men on it, was seen approaching, and the Recorder called to them for assistance, haut the ruffians having at. tempted to throttle him, his ceis were silenced and the men did not come to his assistance, and allowed the assassins to pass them and esenpe. One of the assassins, was recognised by the Re. corder, to be a min called Myers, and he was ar. rested late on Saturday night. Some hopes are entertained of discovering the other two. .nother highway attempt.-Throughout the whole of Sunday the city was in a high excise. meat on account of the outrage committed on Re corder Baldwin, and the expressions of indiano tion against the cowardly assassins were loud and general. But, as if further proof were yet wanting of the increase of demoralization among a portion of our community, another attempt at highway robbhery was made itn the evening. As Mr. L. A. Lemoyne was proceeding homeward about II o'clock, in the upper part of Camp street, a follow presented a pistol at his head and demanded his purse. This revtval of the good old fashion of Jonathan Wild, Richard Turpin, and their contem porary worthies of the road, somewhat surprised, though it did not alarm Mr. Lemoyne, who fortu nately kept up a parly with himt until assistance came, when the ruffian was quickly and effectually secured. l.TThe Sunday trips over the luke on board the Mazeppa, has given the most unqualified plea sure to the very large parties who have partaken of them. A large Ball is to take place at the hlrel. at Pans Christian on each Saturday erening, which will not only increase the partakers, but the plea sures of the trip. The steamer Ponechartrain left tile rail road on Saturday morning, on her way round to the river where site has to receive some repairs and under. go some alterations. The shell road, along the ecannl ank, is one of the best driving roads in the Union, and the person who attends the temporary hotel.is most obliging and attentive. These advantages would make the place one of general resort were a little more pains bestowed on the public's aeommodation, for the mistaken parimrnonvy of ithe Canal Bank and i's Pereident pro tent. in withdrawing even the satt n dent who took charge of the horses anti vehicles, will arssredly drive away its freqPenters. A c ti zon driving down with his lady or friend, is inron. venienced exceedingly, and if the Bank wish the road to prosper, its directors tamut see hatn Ferle customary asnistanee is not loaner 'ithheld. Front Jlaynor to allor,--'l'he mavor of lristot has written a letter to the lonver of New York. enclosinga resolutions passed at a public meeating in that city: IReslanol t n I-t That thiis city hails with delight tilhe Iopen1.nllg l i ste! m comnlul nicntionl e he .w..ll ,ieat litnit anld thie United Stante .of Atat l tha as tllthe t rr ,in Ietllansof drawing clnser the ilnt llncv, Ild lf promoiti.g the propently and halpl, IeCs of 14 "i1 co lnriecs. g2d. That whilst .justly praalcd of hating be in the iut illn hi, It this mode tof coone. cti,,n, hetav,. n the t.ld antd ew world a a ine ta ke a n it rise. liris'o is deeply sensibleuJlat Ilhe t inv al reces t t htr,.ein '. n k tlwhrh its oat'r':t.nli'lat .,', t ''.- r caived on the slonr s of ,' A toleri.,." ,l l is Cit, u slrSt nntlfully and eontly 'c . 1., [,, the toll'n lus ilmil'n' a nd I1 o t ' I., , tilt., tallo,, red upon thle .a T;rPe t "\\ p,.. r't" b) y (t i l'ornn t at'' tlt, ivi' A nialll'tttenr+ tand itt liat l iaLi altlltY l' alne llt ttte l ea. Prelydfat.sl.-As on instance of the improved con 'enietce for travel, for which the present day i. ta remarkable, It is stated, that a gentleman left TneIse, onn the 15th June, passed througlh Italy, Switzerland, France, and England, visiting their respective capitols, and stopping 12 day)s in thenm and other cities, reached New York by the Royal WVilliam, on the 4th July, emaking only 27 travel ling days, when the detention is deducted. The Alabama election, for the Legislature, corn tenced yeasterday, and the Whigs are in high spirits at the prospect of carrying their ticket, pir. ticularly in Mobile, where there appears little doubt that Bates will bhe carried for the Senate, end Langdon, and Mcgginson for the ;louse. Speed the good cause. A Cincinnati editor lately got into a quarrel with " the devil," and a broken head, law sui', and fine, were the immediate resaull. lThe cause appears a very tnioportant one, but there wansa very visiltle difference in the p:rties, the one being a major, the other a minor. co'mNIUcNIoCT'e J FLOATING BATHS Trne it is, that hathing, particulanrly in this earlm Clilntr is preetinnently nllllle ive to health bnt bathingi loses half ita sdvantanges when tliken ill a n.rrow tib, just lare enough o allow one to turnover. The best part of a htrth is the swim. ming, the plunging, tile splultering--the exercise these aftfrd reereation, dilate the chest, quicken the circulation and enliven the mind,--he swim rning hath above all say we. See the bathers ia, evetry direction racinga diving, wrestlang, playing, jumnping, running-nothing can inspire monre ge nuine gayety. Naothing can Ine more dull than a laushull gent lemans, cased in a bath, and soaping himnell in eolanrv glanry. The floating bathe at the font of Mandeville street, have been about ten days in operatinn and have now proved themselves worthy of patlie pa tronage. The tenmperature of the Mississippi wm. ter is of the precise degree suited t,o a eswnlaning bathn and it appears that the particlet which darkls on it, do ta t, Irnn their sandy quality, adhere ta the skin. It is remarkable for its medicinal vir tie.athintng in the MIisscrip,ti has been frequenrly prescribed by phynicians os the best remedy for se. veral cataneuns diseases. TIIF WE.sTER DINNER IN BOSTON. The testival given at oFaneuil Hlall, Boston, on lTuesdaly, in honor of Daniel Webster, is descrlbed wilth a great deal of enthulsiasm in the Hotonn Journale, as very brilliant, both for the intellectual poawer of the Spelt era. and the tounlesenmbleo the display. Governor Everett pre llt . (:-lverntr Eliswrth of Collln., was presentP. ett E.talelrlne hers of C',noress, Peleg Sprague,, Nathan .\ppl, ton. Abltatot Lawrence,-- ad .df the pireertt neath. hbrs, Jothn Reed, Richard Flete er, Lbve LI. , In. Sargent 8. Prenlise olt Miss.. Calt 'oiallilnt, Riach aIrd I. Met free, of Kv., were present. Also. a onoig the epenkers and gluests were l,\Ierrs Arm. et.ng and Austin olf Boston, and \lessrs KrI.chu of N. Yolk, Kinsman of Me., Get. Wilsal, the i \Vhig candidate ftr (iGovernor tol Ntew Ilauipi, I and Atr. Brlugs ,1 V. relnlnt. VALPARAISn, Alay I0, 1838. This governmelnt has declared tie port ouCalalla in statte o t l hi.n.c e, and their fleet is n.ow olah.it pluac. Another IexpedahIoII is being prepared lla re which will sailt alill Peru ill the Io.rse of about six weeks; it will consist ofabaot five Ihouand iaasa n. t is general l belalevedl tlhey will lantltt tle norlhlere part of' tlhe Province, tltleaa some diseatislelttiln takes place ill tihe rmy of B;en. Seat Cerua--we think ti expedlltion will again he deeatedl. 'hlis war has had a very unfavorable er.'ct on the trade of both Chili and Peru, and most articles of ihr eign importation are selling at a lossn. huor our tuor alltion weenclose our Prie Current. Markets. VALPARAISO, Mtv I 1,838-tRichlrnind floar, $7 ;Beerl prilse $13 a 14, da.i; Pork n21; Pteper t a9 r. a $10; Pinentu $as 92 Cinnamon $do, tniickslnn'r $50stock increaing anttd wil deciar; l'inplates $10 I Ir..ailt, assorted 4r a $e.alra. Exaltrts asnal Eaehaage'--Coltlatr in Caaqquiatlao on oard, $15traa$15 6re; Ilesl ca7 a llbk l Iin, in $9 6r., salem, Hard Doller, 9, premium" Exchange on England 4Sa46p per dollar. United States bar 1 prem. "tp'The Arkansas Gazette so taer 'r crd from the Chiefs and principal men of the C,.p' nation, di went of the MiasMtsippi, denving the report in eir- h entatiion, that the Indians have planted no corn, it: arediessatisfie, and disposed to commit acts of l hostility. We have just seen a gentlemant fero the west, who saw many of the nation from this vicinity, and he says they are happy and content- tl ed. THE U. S. GOVERNMENT AND THE U. S. BANK BONDS. We find in the Nati nal Gazette of yesterdav afternoon, the suhjoined paratrtph: t It is rumoured that the Bond of the Bank of the United States, due in 1830, for two tmillions of dollars, has been sold hy the Treastrv Department, at par, to Charles M'Calester, Esq., of this city." The above rumor, we are happy to say, is well founded. The same offer was made for the Bond d due in 1840, for a like amount, but declined, the Secretary of the Treasury not having decided that the public exigiencies will require its sale. The purchase, we understand, is for account of the United States Bank. We also understand, that Mr M'Calester has effected a negotiation by c which the third Bond for two millions of dollars, a will be liquidated in a manner equally acceptable I to the government and to the bank. We are truly g.naified to hear of these arrange. ments. We hope, and, indeed, cannot doubt, that they are indicative of a better underetanding be tween the eontractine parties; and we congratulate S the country noon this event, which we consider as equally creditable to the administration and to the hanni, and which eannot fail to have a beneficial influence upon all the business relations of the union.-U. S. Ganette. NEW WORKS. We have'received from the publishers, Carey, Lea r and Blanchard, through Messrs. Johns & Co. The first numbers of Sketches, by Boz, with illus trations by Craikshank. They are to be continued monthly. Whtoever has read the Pickwick papers, Oliver Twist, or Nicholas Nickleby, will supply him f self with this new work. Calderon, the Courtier; Bulwer's last, is a tale of very little intricacy oa plot, but ofcensiderable interest. It is far inferior to any thing from the same author. The Squire, by the uther of the Heiress, a love tale of deep interest. POK'1' OF NEW ORLEANS. CLEARANCES. Ship Ht.es. Sumner. Mareill.et, LtBgaert Ship Huron, Boetmao, Liverpool. L I Gates Brie Wiser; Hatolool, Cowes & a Market, Schmidt & Werer Bri.g Johannes, Simonson, do F Frey Seo Sh David Movs. Rowe, Pensacola; an s er Schr Choarlotte, Mack, do aster Sehr Albert Steiu, Mavris, Velaneo, W Bryan August 6th,. Ship Concord, Harding. Liverpanol, J B Bailey Brig Alfred Taylor, Carpeater, New York, G Bedford Bri8 vanhoe, Almy. Haraaatt. Fornetall & Brother nSer Mary Jnve, A Caro, Pensatola, Master Behr Albert StIdc, Maria, Velaseo, W Bryan ARRIVALS. Steam towboat Hudeon, Hourit, from tile Passes, towed to sea taol)rtka; 'ataln, Atholl; towed up bharq S, ara q Jeune Nelly. and hbarq Carolinian, scr Mount Moriah & Deligenria. Laft thle S \V Pas on the 4,t. t o'clock P M; reports taie brig Oriental inside, tlhe nchr Htlet outside, f are Jteune Nolly, Levesgee, from Snaerifino, to Koh, Daron Scu; having hbel ordered off by the French blockadiug Ssquadron. btar Sara, at the Sugar Reinery; cargo, sugar; to Forsall g oen. Srq C tarolian: Marshall, front Cete., eft 7th May. Sohr Mollt Moriah, tllathorn, frov Sit Marks, ill haltast. to s S& J P t'itney, rchr Deligeueia, Solas, from Hlavana, left t1th July, to s Fernanlldez. Packet nteamer Hlntsville, Jourdan, from Bayou Sara. I Steamer Gov Shelby, Prrcevalt, Louisvile. Steamer Briao Itnrhoitn, Edtward; from Shreeveport. Sr te..ltrn Caroline; Suttotl, fle Sot ileto. ATgtlltt tith. Steam towhoat Porpoise, Thomas, from the Passes. t I- in towed tteov borigs o arriet, Alpha. atd Etltworlh; rn turned toto o, n with barques .aourcu, and Mnary: brigs B.ro. n de-, and Oriental. let N E ttar, tith ist, ul 9 A .t.; ehr t'olunthus it the ulfin o and b,,rq E M. ti the river. Sarqao L.aurens, ierrill, from oalovr, 15th Jul, In ballast, to ester. Borq tlary, Niekerson, 40 tays from tottllt., to oaser. I:ri, i ttrot B ao CotiPerl 4 ditays frlc Botl to Stetson, Avery, hcro. Ilrit nrienl, t atvch; frot, l avana, 211h Jo'y, to S " J P rlr \Vhituov. S heatier Will nVcllace, tietdilt :, ,oaster. fromo Mnhile. ltuoto, r Velucipo , th , CloliAoru, flout N,,telC tIhas, .-J'Te hri i(tRtt)INt, flont t.-ton, in di(.Char tin ft carg. toposite flut tricni eif stort,t:t.tII oinitiptii ty.. (Cute-n-ilces wll pleu18o Iutteo to t!ce eceyt of their fi n d-. iUj'ltt benI utt tor ttf o t' contlc" sihi t liV-! NA,(')pt. ReaUtl l I, tlr t,1r pt.l, will he taoil awe I'ronllt the office ofltellt hs, "r1h (.; er alle l o ,' 4 ! t 1 , "' nLEt IVI Ioi tIo , It, toe itt1? oL tatI tIcllll"il,\, il( n a7 .. _.. ,",LiIh t, , " vl . 'Tl'h ir R( re i )re tal, the (:il, l itr , 1'. (, Ij hity .k. (Co., No. iI6;|-, wh (eslinn n, ih, 11e; [feastr's pr oeirty htuier Itb ..ptd Irv t'pr,r pr the ctbo elit o1 & heir (t'tit . r., i it n d',,, d ,at a 0 tin, of Ihei, sao l (retdilors do Ito, plice - t the nllit,.n ot i.1.. oward ttllrnet, lsq Notuiy Pd)li(, oc 'hrsdaI ti h

tole of teltm eondttr . t I0I o'lce, ,\. 31., ot r to ia tt r o old in the tIola . all intiit nt oro(.t.o l. ai ut their per-sus atd troperty, ota at tite tl'itors w, en. da'ed ttaut 3lietn Esq. be apoittlntetl to fptresent the ta i itnes the lion. A. 1. Buchanan, J a0,g- of the said court, this 4th dty oftAugust, A. It. 118.1. Satt7- 3thin Itol)'yi Cl'k. DUOtJNII 'S P111.1 ER. ._ CONSTANT su ply of I)upont's FF Fnd Eag Powder kept on Iand, tor sale bv S I.OCIKE & CO. nng7 2 Old Levu lill'P1, & OAKU Wi. OR'I'Y Bales ofOakum andl 150coils lManilla rol - r assorted sizes,just received and for sale by " iS IOCGKE & CO. ono7 22 Old Leve F!RENCH PICKLES-OU100 Ioxe Fen clh icl 1. landing, and for sale by S & J P WHITNEI, au,7 8 Conti stree LINSEEI) OIL. INSEED OIL-3,000 gallons best English linsee oi l; :3110 kegs Robert's No. 1 wbite lead; Chrotm Green paint; Iblak do , Spirits of Turpentine; Varnist es; BrAshes, &c., for sale by S LOCKE & CO., ang7 22 Old Leve. WVHOLESAI~K TIN ha ARlE IMANUFACTORY v LOCKE & CO., No. 22 Old Levee, have i ,.* store, f their own molufacture, a large anit ex tensive assortment of til ware, whbch they invite deal er0 in the trade to examineo; also 200 Copper, luao hIouse ski,,lers; 250 do. Sugar Ladles; 20 doz. Coplpe sgnar lamps; 7o Beth tubs. assorted sizes; 30 gros assorted sized Colffee Grighs. N. --Rools of buildiang covered with zinc, ceppe or til. Copper and till gutters put up on tme shbrtes notice. naugl SHISKE Y-150t bbls old rectified, in store, fo sale by G DORSEY, ang7 44 New Levee j)OlRK-2011 bbla,primle O asoft prime & slouldera 1 filrosale by G DORSEY, nug7 44 New L'vee, 1 ACON SlD ES-100l eoassupe'r Cineinatsi cured LI in storo sad for sale by (G 1)t)RS0 Y, aug7 44 New Levee. SAVANA COFFEE-250 bags prime, in Stoar 1 and for sale by SLATER & TRIER, ng7_ 411 Poydro. street eA p-2S boxes No. I lsoa ds brfnd Jaaes eYould ljsndig from brig lBeroedon fior soole Ib' ISAAC BI141l);E &s Co, aug7 _ 134 Magazine streer I)tOliA.NS--'2 Cases Iles and ,ove ine kit i) pegged Brogans, landing Irem brig Borodino, ane for sole by ISAAC IIEIIIGE d& Cs). ao.;7 _134 glungazig e stremet " OIA)SESl-3 hblel.lsMolosse. lsading from schi l Howalisite; a)lso I ditio, in store, and for nste by LAYET & A I ELUNG, sn7 :7 Cn sl, U(iiAR--3 Hhda. Suasr (ordlary) lundin lerom sols Itosalitte; also 7 do ia store and sale by LAYET i AM I.UNI, aur7 17 eloonloa .reet. IE) FIUII)-.lJust recesived a no artice ol 0,l Il Fluid Ink, onlsideredequanl toth FIreueb Iasr ollnolr, ast one foullr the lprice. Also, a lew do. (uloyal Carline Ink. IFor sale lv DAVID) FFI.T . CO. I'I'I\RIAI,. \V.F It,--.l'st rreceives , :, Onge lot of Vlolarial wafers, asslred si'.e, irollll lo e to tlree ilches-for saleby DAVIll) FEINT CO" snllg7 N 1 " ' er, ' Hall. R L A C I . .A ' 'i 1 - J -t I r. t e i v e , .d , r . r , v e r y asuperior black ossiss bts s , larrarnted fres froes d, ,,puess. For salte by :,- loze, or einhglo II r, it the N t Sint oii, ,' f I. au g7 DIAVID - CO. SLAVERY. PU0 LISIIEI) TiIS DAY,. And for sale at t-i Consing Room of tie Truee A aseri can, Exchange Hotel, St. (hlarloe street, SLAVERY: A Serm n delivered in the First Cogrregational ('Charh in New Orleans, April 15, 188. lBy lRev. Th'leodore Cla sp. PIrice 51 cents. jel 5" il00 SACKS SAItI, lailins, froos brig oslllto' _JlI s and Jslrsh, for sale by jelti 8 J P WIll TI7EY. SEIDI.ETZ POWlt)ieRS-Just-rrrei,-,d i orew grs of very superior sedll.tz psowsler; nanslv 5pu lip es tin boxesfor soalo Isby tihe ser's, dorzen or oilsle Ibox, b 1.0 VID F114.1' & doC, hulw ork ottslioner's Ilall, j1) "24 Cshartres trret. yU1RVEYORT' O ICF OF TIlE SECOND M T NICIPAILITY. N o'riE is hereby given, that in conformity to resolution of the connril of this mtniclpality, pnased at their sitting of Tuoeday, June Ith, 1838, I will at noon of TnePdav, the 14th day of Ao.ost, odju diente to the lowest i dd,.r, the extension of the i, hanklent and fil ling0 of the wharves oflthis mnticipl- t itv, greeahlv to the plan and the npecifications of tile sPame dtoed May 59th, 1838. and exhibited ot tlhi of fin:e,-that i to avay,-the filling or tie embankment to the new wharfbdtween whorver No-. 2 & 3,-filing tr up 1iart of wharvres No. 3, 4, f, 7. & 9, and hembanking the portion marked E, beteen the Secavanger's wharf and wharfNo. ll.--Also, tihe portions to hbe embankerd, or illed,of the New Wharves, between Non. 25 and 26, 1, and between Nos. 26 and 27. Sati.fadetory sareties will be required. p J30o. PII.IE, aRlgd lurvPeyr. EUREAU DU \'iy~tY lIE LA 2dd. IMUNICI PA,ITEE. ( IONFOR EMENT it uno r6solution do Conseil Ode cetn Moniciplalite, passee dana lsa ernee do Mlardi,5 juin 1838, aviaant donne que mnrdi, l I dn mots d'a nr,k midi, ih mno hnrestj'adjogerai nu rabais, I'en treprioe in remblai des wlhorf de cotto municipnlit,, d'nprea Is plan et les instructions dates do 29 mato der nire et exhibes andit hreu, lnovoir: In remihlai di nou vean wharf entre le whrfs Nor. 2 at 3; lo remboii i I pertie deo wharfs Non. 3, 7 ot 9; ct tortie di quai marqoie stir ledit plan, ei le wlharnfaux immondi co e telui No. I0; nusri le rembloi de partie les ino voaux wharfs entre leoa wharf Nonr. 25, et 26,26 et c27. Une auntion salisfaisantl orne ILI r.e. 4sonun JO. PILIE, Vyevr. ENGLISH BOOKS. pIARTINGTON'S Cyclopiedia of Biography vols. do. "do Arte and ireoncas, 2vols.-Shakespeare in 3 vols, i pocket edition illus trated. Phillips' Gicolnev. Jamelon'n Mineralogy. Brewater'a Treatise on Mnagnetism. G(ray's Elegy, illustratel. Roerrs' Italy rind IPoem, illutiratid, 2 voln. Hordinrg's l)rwineg Bronk far 183. Phillips on water colors. Easy Drawing Book, by Childs. Strutt's Sports and Paso Times. Just received and for sale hv W i. 5' a .nrg crorne ofCamp andl Common qt. NO''ICE. M ORRISON'S Hygein Vegetable Universal Med. L icin', formerly sold by RIt B Sykes, at 2T Char d tres street, lhn removted to the Bookstore of D)AVID FELT i Co. No 24 Ciartres street, (directlyi opposite.) who is dity appointed Salo Agent for. the'alrn of hose invaleable Medicinea. Sold in ponketk of $1,$2, $3 with ample directions in Spanislh, French and Englisrr. if A few eopien of tihe moi',nii ,or Family Advritor of t. the ritih Collee of Ilenlth price $2 7:i. Also, the Practical Ponafs, 6thl edition, 37 ets. Take notice. the gennline re never solrl in a )rmg Ic Store, ani can only ii had in this city at 84 Clhalrtres street A fresh spplyjust receeeied at atrg4--t New York Stationers' Hall. LI1ME.-1,5, Caks Tihomaston Li.ie l.ndir"g fro brig Chieftain, andl fr sale Iy S & J P WHITNEY aun4 8 Conti street. rO 5F.OION bdI 0rr u loroi nycop binldi ng L and iltor sale by 0 S & J P WHITNEY, O atn4 8 Coni strret. SNOTICE. N OTICE is lhreby given that no debts contracted p from this dtite by the oftiers or crew if the stelm i bhont Merchant, will be paid by the subscribers, inless r autlorised by ihelmselves, and the accounts counteer sr signed by Mr. Gregory BIvrne. 9m AUl NSE: L WHIT' E & CO. Ito (ACON 111.5--75 ll!s bncol sides. 50 lltds an Canvass Hams. 10111 htnns in bags superior Squality, in store, and Ihr sale Iby i, LAY Er & "AIlEIUNGI, in ag 17 Cmmenrce street. i L AL., lit)Pl'E.-50Itonils Missouri and Kentucky hale rope will be sold low t .by I.A\'ET & AMELITNG, nlcl i7 Comnlleroee street. to O Oi'iFt,1---li. Lon Ii.t. 1i1i NI. . inr.ln- -i Fr sate )li S.!lToON - - Allld autg4 88 Gravier street. TA ANA ESiF 1AlR100,l0i0 meioantiqunlry fir sale low, to ctose o nnlimnlntellt Iv ST'IETSON & AviE i, I~ 89 GI vie, street. J-.i.S-50 bales I.,,cll I.lo-e ,", o,-f "iI)i l).(E--3'lanI lu ,rid rred I odag u s', io Srn assort,'dsize~fl r . o AIy Y. S'l'E I'E St)N & ! , aI2 ~ _ 88 ;r. ,ier street, J am e r n d 'r, I er ,' fr , r L II tW '- tt. I o . \r' I th o r t I sa l .i:r r s trh e e t P 11i-. 2) I) 'l'h," t "of tr oi; s o f tnihr e b. t, ltliltrh TI U 1' Xi'( I- .'i hr,111,: i '-- l l , Ie, , 11o t I , i all Iit,'d fi Ill .I o. 'hlo l, I 1t ' ill: , f1 It1i1 l\VIt -t :o U lnab iO , C t,. li, I ,1R'!T 61il8l), Nl"y I1 0I i'J, . I'' . 1 O I lo l''· it il luý, Ju- t "'c.iveý ll (l'r. " Ib . . 3I'RiAN, i :. 1,R AN't . i, T i_ lI' lAL LI"iIAIlY tn : llE 1 o n n, ll new w' rl bovne beIen recet, I L b, y . the Llrr- Societty, at their roo h inl tIl aoirs iIns' r'xeIag , fronting on oyal street Lady of Lysns, by fulie-; 1 vol. 2 copi e. Hlltmnphrey' Trt trotgh (rool Dritait,, Fr -nC, and Dlelgia o. iin 183,; -, 2 cola 2 copies. Love, by Lndy C. Borry; 2 vola. oopf - -. The 'IT io Flisrt, and otheir Thie; by Lllty Blei Sigton, Bulwor, hanr ot\llh il; L VI. I c i I ivoro, n and tcll De rt, by (Mias ltArdontl; c. ies TI'['1 RCobber, Iby , 1P' R Ja.nsI.; 5 copie. h The Adreceivednts of Nicolas Nickleby, by raopin. ChAd. l .tI'CI111 , Librarian. l.itoe l.tnS r b, o 'IthIls foot :ssc in storeip I aleRO N SLi' & AMEI.UNG, anllgI Comonere streeto AE\v o.L1ANI 'IF Nl>W 8RIAL L.BAI. hT HI price elowing norew w -doe is $1av 0 b ier rece: L yhrig t tihrar Soiety, at their root oin trig r, e.anots' Exchagk, ( , oo ting on Royalt nt.,) treet ol breatI fo, aoiit. iiruod o thoi .ti eoe d o qt li' Y iS i .i Laedy of Lyons, by Blr ent. ; e, vl. 5 opi . C. 11b212015, Sb' or lALAhry's TW E-ort regh G reat Britain, Frginet, and Brlgiu .. in 183; to 2 eels 2 copies. Love, by Ity I C. Berry; 2 vols. 5 copsIl.S'l(V, The Two Flirtr, and other T, es; by Lndy Bles. gto, Buwr, Gavir tr copi . PhEA RoBRAN bY. A R fe old l ee 5 nyies. SAdventures Ni s Nikly, by By REAl) 12 RIll'. 5 copies. C& IIASO. S-RICUIE, Librarian oit. Boll mo'ian, tir ILivero ol, will ube taken awy Irlo the oa lies lthe subo iber, at 5 o'elock, i'. I, EISAC ViID E & G.0. j al 131 Aloe rlnoe streer. SI LINOlS & 01111) FI I1S, hor cu' v SNAl' itI'I' 'i .:V Ol.WN ENI),S. jelI E cn griceofe I ottl l50 erbl: t. je~lO ctor ( muIlnot & iaoronoe sis. IOS:aN-.,g to thels tarorite ioine g shal gie d yrieg Sbread fora hit. lra d o to i o wih 5 ps -oreo 'OAi'.ired-t X wSIl 25 eoeto.i roor - onddii¼ . rv t OAP. bl ENOS, sor. a il.-e b e e laOr 5o .IAH L, je ll ,,r Levee ale hio e- Pb i,& IAlir iV, au 7loet2,nl I 1 l a.I i i umi , I bli for sale ll IEADin & IIAIIEOI\NG. anel 7 Graviter street EAL 1 l BRANDY. A feI. i. old peach r, andi Pjltl C \NillKS tovoolodin cftoel. P t ISAAC br sIII1 byCo, jy04 It3 - llugaoine tretel. aL Wl i 7,l 111 -JrIcalto Flare I f IermI ine lL.A I nk, S- 0 casrred a iu hnnrior thiclh; for anllr s, b Syl e yT IlAAtl BlDI.Dl & CO. ji2 13,9 Mill llCo e street.' 1 I.INO & 1) FN S, for Sate ~~l~ ut- 12 1 7 t INl oot o'NATI'. W'10'1iNS ENt , - jegl l e haan ge llotl Grai e, st •t - x.le by TI' 1t Dll l l. & to1(O I'IIR, jr22 7 Front Levee jy6 Coxehange hilol', (iraivi~r starit SECOND MUNICIPALITY, ITV EILE Ibrought to the Police Prison of the 2nd . Muaicialhty, thl following named slaves, viz: 4 LIEN KY, about 34 years of ago; says he belongs to tIr. Collins. ANDEIRSON. aolut 40 years of age; says he be longs to Air. Edward Chifie. CH ARI.ES, about 2, years of'age; says he belongs to Mr. Mondelli. JACK, about 13 years of age; says lie belbgs to Mr. Creggse MARIA, about ld or 17 years of age; says she be long to M rs. Gormly. The owners of sald slaves are requested to prove property, pay charges and take them awv. - H. S. HARfPER, jy31 Captain of the Watch. N'T' 61nt ernoo .ooo Ala prioo de, la Seconde Mou SPricipalt Iost encaves srtivunfo , savoire HENIiY,ug6 d'rnvirou 34 ans; so dit appartenir A l. Collin; In ANI) IlSON, rng d'environ I0 tno ee dit apparte nir I AT. Edward Chitlie. ClAlRI.Eu, agh d'envtron 20 ane; se dit applrteuir i t t onodhsll. JACK, ag6 d'environ 13 ans; se dit appartenir h M. to MARIA, oag d'environ 16 17 nas; se dit apparte- I nar 5 AI. Coertmlv.. Ltes propr slaires desdits enelnves ront prises do r6- t clamer leurs esclaves en Iatnat lea frais souat H S. HIARI'ER, Capt. de Watch. W I EIE brought to the Police Prisonof thle Second ME nlripalitv, the following nanmed slaves,viz: ALEXIS, says he belonga to Mr Sauave, aged 45 yearr. GEORGE, says hoe belongs to Mr C Johnson, aged about 25 years. The owners of the said slnves are requested to prove property, pay charges, and take them alun. jI S HAtIlPER, jyl:2 Captain of the Watoh. Lt oth untlleuile it bisode.ine o Secolde Mlutliol cipalitB, roe Rurronne entle Hevia et Girod, les Esclaves suivants: ALEXIS, 0s disant appartenir a Sir Sauve, Agh d'enviroa 45 oas. GEORGE, se disant apportenir A Sir C Johnson, igh d'enviror 5 lnns. Lea propri6taires des dits endaves voudront bien prouver lours proprihtbs, payer lea folrn et les retircr. ) II S HARPER, jail i4 Caoiluin de Watch. I -AS brought to the 'oud of the.S Secotnd luticia Spotlitv, situated in Barol e street, tbetweoen i levia sod Gifrod street, the following aniilalo,viz: SlItsn Brown Hrrse and Btoy Colt. One uarge Ilay Mare and (uolt, One Witoe Spotted Cot'. The ownerT of maid animals are requested to prove property, pay chorges, and tak them Ilo wa Ol or I efre Satur.lay, July t.oe lst, lwhen they wio o sbe old at auction, by P A tuillotte, anrtioneel. It I HARPER, jyl2 Captain of thte Watch! It n t6iet mrnc e no u dptdpt mtdIn Sea1ndalunicipulibo rue Barr entre t e ileva t GiroJ looes anlluut Un chvoal brun et un Poulaion air. IJni gratonlJtument aei ejt routain. Une Vahoe bhlunt et toachetio. t. Les propitanires des dits anilmnx soot i de dorrot ver learn prupriitr6, puyer os froiu et ltc. etirer lolicit SSauredi 21 J.illtt, 18.08, no it vcontt vendooes to dit jour Spar 1'. A. Guillotte, encautoeur. as II HARPER, 14 juil Cjaptilrin de Watch. IICE- 51 casks now lnding tIr Chorlton, for saule by S Gi ILA\CIHlltI), I jytr - _ 3 3 Gnlvier street. r NI'-1A large and iry oiiirct we td, oI n1de ill the lst bslliless pr.t of thLe city. OIa ns. morderaote. Apply to tW. GItEtIN, ato the Orleonr t .ithogralphirc etlice, 53 MagaRnrile street. jy24 u lIO .LET-The Housre situated on the corner of ny Orange and Religioust treetl; opply to J I BEIN & A tCOlENr t. .°! 19.0 C(Omlmlon streeooaot. or ORLEA 1 LITIIOGR.4PHIIC IETADLI.lI tllEb, AT, 5:1 MAG.IZIAE 'TREET', OPPOSITE BANK8 ARiCAId:. r T GRE'ENE' r etrllns his sincere tohanks to hrio tVf'ierd;o norl rhe purlic uof Now (), trno, for ther pIltrgolae bestowed I)l t io filr tile last too eL., tIn, rt. begs leave t, aisure !|.ltm 1tl1t all ordiers ncoml':;iid to his chalrgl shall he punctually ateondl, II; lie will as urllrl, rkee thile otfice otren turlo tio e StI oollC , nIIld r. shall he ahwals ready to strike 1f inerer hlllt'o r ircll-t ln lars, hl iles and address cards, funeral llllTLL IllclieL. 111ts, plans, an I drawinos, of every deslcriptiol, lt the shortest lotir, lold on the ilost reasonable terms. ret leinag ,Illed y byrtists ~unperior to any other establish e lolloFr mtilntr lilby ltirto fromI goll e tll o ort iriloc re in the 0 ithorr ro trirb litr, Ile toels ro le,,h l ,,f giing,, th'r r o rII Afir iullor. N It Al'clr is tel~ d -ts: hlahcls reae uhlt is rf as , ld W e ns co p r p la e . .grtving, h]tied ,lo - oothird o 't 011 rnXillo" . S A t suit pirr usch , l1os albr r . u.hr it 4 &l. 11'", & :RV. w1oroalrl , l rr a , di l: ', { ,,h, I,."\. , ilt, el I: 1 I nl rrriioroot rorro " bl -nt I ,ltt , t o, t I' :1 ltnr:C iate et ., p IUi:\ l l x ¢ 1 -- 10,":d1. -l 1 i llllt Ic llhul lnl l rl l llr S1Ill, 1,.:4' ll ,{ v l tI &ilr ial,.b "'l ;,I II'D5 . ( Ii ll .i I- I.... il :1 ".C sl liar. olrrfL ER &tl Il T ho i°'ý.-.b Ott drus .,, ra. 1,- ,.I P RT A In. ý l I TI~ p & eIbr I t R 'II.IRt, EWIt ING TOIil C O-frn I'ydt r o sr t et. Y. ISAAC ltittIE & CEo, J'd 3'I ,31 I olagazin street. ynod for sale by Ju 1) AL1: &vA C.lIOHr. jv'4l 0b CPoylunur street. yJ .LO SIInt t.. Cor.oA l uul wisooE og tog Scharter nt Stourt, tollot for P)loasoutre Exuo(roIIS , C h orocooL orllllllodr.rdt the shoortont Iloito e, witlh a ino burt uald first ratu aucooroudanliou s. Apply to ItEO. \VtltIItA N, es jy:4 Exchange liotel, St. Charles ast as. A ly be had by applrtig at N.o ' e _v I.Aewevee." jyl1 It 1 Ct F .--IO0 tboo tiar rt Iti et lle fioest quality t .r landing 1ohuu 1 brig Clounariou, for oale by STEISON & AVEI Y. jyl' 28 Gravier streets. N ./' ANIEI)' A IIO( .IlNDEIr--Note need oal) I ply hut a workllwll. I\V t cKEAN, jyl2 cor CaIop iu ouo streetRs. et. ORLE~ANS LITHIOGRAPHIC OFFICEO No . 0. 0 Mroaazlnl: to r,, r Ir I ,,rr t Aitlede, 00 *S TA BLiolED lIr the execUttilo n of ini I, plus 11 Andill drtawigP s, Imleriit.Cha circulhrs, businless aud * al:dless eards ofevenrv y e~:rilplion, it er l Eirculars o 1 llrrdep mouring paper, apothecaroy ar1 rtotugogists 'labeln Blrlk chlekr rlonv reeeipolo s hrrct ll t 1 e 1t ortcu dtilr a cnloturtt d toopodioiturr styler, hrythe, rl o)riotrr. \Vl.Ih.t A ltntIoNE. Nt. Blank hNtear nc.lv executed. PORTRAIT PAINTING. ,1R. 1'AI IiEK respectlully oniornle the ,, lic 0 ile : ihilt retoln a sholrt tin, in Newo rlouno fo Ihe prpose ot pailnting portroits. I(tlulllr cornerr ofI C~unnl and St Chlarles, in thle ho~se( 0011luic~d y Pormnly & Lyon, Dentits,iwhet a opecinoeno of his oo4Coli oo can be seen. Kirt su i,,0102,,rle, streel. m48 1II jlt.INli GUNS--: fo fine doohle Ibarrcl guns it 1 store, for sale by S LOCKE; &( o. jti4 tO Old loevee W tSEF our Pind ltk, in storrie fodal by 0edi 1 IOIIOtISY, 41 New ,ooee. 9 Efl,)N $1'IIU·'-11111 boxes lenleu syrup, landing LJfrn sfhio, po Contd, slid for sole by J 1'IAYER & Co. jy26 71 Poyirt streeot. A LIL I'ILC -Ll bugs Allspice in story, llI tilt hale r.1 J' 'HAl'EK le Co, 7u1 Potl drayootoe. Y<'i o40 -4I11 Latlhs in tolre, nd1 lfor sale ,y L ~ J '~i'H-iAllil & Co, jyci 774 1,dlso, street. I )t 't(t- 0 bbl' Stoo, ! O, piri ,onid rslt. l'rioe JaU inspecled, for sale by U. IDORSEY, 0',,; 41 Neow Levee. IIO.VANNA COFFL'EEE. -l 1E-0 100 IeHge of priotw greeno Ilavanoooo Coffee Pnow f andingr il m brig 'l'Too'o Eo.e riipoer I l or au Ilu, for sale byv JOSEPH COCKAYNE, jyli 25 Ortr or tlreot. L ATI: PUBLICATIONS-PAoL PRIY' JA0iORNAL o a reoidence at Little PeIli,,gtoo. CooItlt i, or Italy; by Mladam do Steel; Illolso,,,, Iran,,eod for tihe Library of SooodorI Novels;'T'he P'o etidul PIassages, by L . L. American dllitio,, with un Ulcerous correrctions: in 2 vols. DRAK''A AND iA..LECK'S PooIlJ--new edition: 2 anld i II~naI woe Krs of JoHn DtHYL)N-in verse and prose,'P Tit Outo, by Re I Slitfood: new edition, complete in , asst received oond for 0le by J IW McK(EAN, nor Camp 1, Cottttnln pts y yAliOING & IWL'PE-I4 p1 Blt,,gging; '87 coils 1 Ito , lot, leg Iront steamboIt Cteoliltrte,loroole Ibe LAYE'I' & AMEI.IUN, 11120 17 Conooole street. SI2.I.;IX PINE LU2IosEIt-32,OhIO leit of 000 yolloow ipine pbitok, tir sale by KtEAI & PiAIISTOW, 11192 IT G, t icr street -4/ sl(E1- 1110 Itblo in atole, for ole by ,3t.l (I llli,1io Y,41 Noiw !.evo n,. I lK, Fl"tulo, \bioboto ,oid l.sifl-21111 bb1l primie, ptlear, rulttp midl ,Ihouldr Ilturk; 21'0 lbblo 1 n; 2081 ,lit bYiobey~rootithOd andi coinwo, 1000 kego 1,1,11.1,111; it 0 toe0, lilt aP llO S 1.lA 7' 1. A7eLIl Nil OF EVERL DEaCRIOION, SPEEDIIY, IIANDSOMELY AND CIIEAPL' PXECUTEd AT TIHT OrPrIo OP THIE True amInerican, ST. CIIARLES STREET, NEAR POYDRAS. m23 / . INK & PORTER OTI'TLES--50 gross wink V and 100 gross porter bottles, for sale by IIOLLMES & MILLS, c Bask NAIe}: t- C O- T -6i TA L E .-7' - .a ks S c tel b ale, (q usarl and pintsi for sale ha IIOLMEt &hm ML l, jy2l " Bfank Alley. .J and all other Carpenter's Preparnatlinsa, received lately by H BIIOINNABELr jtk crot Tchotltaitoulans Natchez saE Filty Dollata Reward. ) ANAWAY about oille month ago, the Negro lBoe lb ROBElTl, telongtng to tre subserieber. Seail roy is between 13 onil 14 ycarn of age, litn built, net aret dark, and vnry intelligent; saerak English and aK little Frelch, Twenty dollars will be paid for his alOreheRsin so tit 1 at I o ian ; or filiy donll ars nitk out tnf thle tare, oil apliocation to p DELAIIOUS SAYE,, jy2l-4t I:aalboarg 1 t.aelid..t. . New Orleans & Carrarlltot Iaolway. 1 LOPOSALS will be received by tie underigfs Sindl Srate lrday 28t, for Iho erection of 2 ISO story Houses and Kitchen, o.:e Blacksmith's a hop, onte Corn louse, one Stoble foIbr 23 horses, 1t0 by W, and one Car ItoseR. 40 by 13. Plans and Saperiflcation carn re aseen n applilatio at tha office, corner Paoydras and IBaronne srreets. y21 GEORGE MIERRICK. ivId--." ---.-B~-.d wine Mlills, 6 roses superfine blue letter paper soao very low priced; I0 cases superfine white lette paper, do; 2 cases thin pink letter taper, 4 c ases slupe flla paocket past largo size; 2 eases sperfineletter asorted colore;d cusa snIarfIne octarvo assoerted noloree for sale, wlholesalr and retil, by I FELT & Co, New York Stattonersr Hall, j2Cl 24 Chanrtres street. \O ltENTl'o-l'ereeian giorn immediately, she H. I aeen oe keh Balk Rail Roadr aner tke Lakt lore. T'lhe two Pavilions in Rail, near the New Orlllans ndT N'hville nRedl Road. Several Rooms iL the Cur loose of the Baoth ail Rload Company. For tlre Irticu lals apply to II IIONNABEL, jy1i ctrolnr Natllhez S Tllhoupitoulas sls. IO RE-NT-lThe lH se .nd Gaorden udjoing larby's Academy, oa Tivoli Circle contailnng six rooms withl kitclhen, pntry, and oat-haslse, &c. Apply to JA IRVIS & ANDIREWS, jy 21 can r 'l'rcoupitoulas & Commton streets. 1 V(ii' latnaLLARe IIEWARID. ) ANAWAY fnoim Ilte sascrilber, fitllen days ago, E thI Negro Girl tIUCY or LUCINDA. She is atrono nod wall Ioda, speaks Englirs, and some broken Frma.hak hle skit .t not very dark. Shite was owrned by Mri. l'togoorl, then by Sti. Clark, in Poydras stroet, who sold her to her present master. .ate has been seen fiv 111t s ago it thl lower part of the city, and Sunlvo belorre last she expndeld the whlle dar in brick ardl, nculr Ita tile race ground. I BIONNADEL, jy21 cornller Natchez and Tltolpitoula ste.. L EA Il? I --"ll2l0 kegs ratlarior article, in fine. shipping order, and for esle by t I)ORSEY, jy2L 44 Nte Lseve.. S ltlsKE --75 bala retliied whisery, landing S ifoom steamboakt luonibol, 125 do, in store, for sale by LAX ET & AMIELUNO, jy2l 17 Canaterce earee a U 'lNH INTILUtLAIENLlS, &e.-A supply 'Coppiag Instruments, Palent PuOtp Syringes a anal Stomarch Pumps, all of til tmost imlprved des criplion, rectired by tlkl sulaalarere. . Alsoa Cologne \atrf , Balm of C(olmbia, Ward'e llair (il, Fine lait, Nail and Iollak Brunhee,&c. &o. jy al SICKLES & Co, 41t Canal street. c10 H I..-A ,Olallo W.lontaa, a fiAt ratne washoer, iro oener, and excellent oaok, for a small family. All aly to REESE & I)'I.ANE, _J .I... . .. 18 CampI street .--a\ nlci rlaa Ilhtilag occurled to Doe eallall, rsidellt la R siat alt of tile Frank lie siluatioa is now vacant. Applisanls l No r I, IRoalal Sa t 31 july--3 al I',It CatAll, --latRees & oa)n's stperior I wl tra ctollrs itll bxes, alao, talt,, Iares nlld funr rows hont gelie oe'o, a ht ssortmet of ierllll mid 'l'e l unll RI llea, llrion & sewall's reI)rutli 'PIIIl ; a ew velry slperir sable and camel's ai tc';r-hs lirr sale bytee I1 lI1)t Fr IT & CO.. New Y t.rk and Slatillner's I111a. ai 1 24 t 'harttrell street. S1l:lu I-tlllllalll l t ll t a a lllllil.-a n I aatld Ltter a ,ri- lt'l'S. qal hll' hltlt' ot1ltll/, tar1 " thie Callllllillg IHouse, and "-uIII4 Ir I nlt (llV ihu r ti l ill .1II+IIoI·r I caIISes wilh backs for tIllll jlii;, aI Vtltr, t'rf'l tat,,d raa 'tlaia lit t arlticIl, flor sale h It FI:I. &.t COt., Nrw *folk hnd Smlltioere Hall, 10ll 4) -'Culhres streetl - t" I'.ll I D111-11,, hurn s, Sr 1'r shllipp diln g rdt r of r l lill l 'ltl l )I ll/·? Ihe( n ' :i lly.)t fitrsaleP by a"t t Ii a t li;sto.ol, t. I t: a a aa Nknha ive,. a, IItata.r\' FUBNITUI1E WAREROOMIS r .V 11.1.1.\ 1 t R. (1 : . 0 (loo, t' ra, ni t f t l,. t rat ,fa Sfli o a. a- -I ru t a- at l itl r' 1 Ir.'tl a Illyv rata tailill ]t.i r rI: 1 , it, 'lel I -.Lh -is, .ll 4illl -, rI TV d-tendsCidtla ti a aho a ;tllat .alll L nth![' oi , ni t, rqritlli O n. s a r ntili , )h1lh'I-S, ,ct'1:1 r\'-, t illr ¢ ' ll,.ke, w'nrll rlllo ll of a- ahtaafntla tadt hIr laa, a ctta.lt r a-ah,la Itathg gloases, SIrntqlt ',I,,, Iotlll lg...¢. b¢. . .\i;. e C itial l aaaa I a la aiar l trll'l a ttlll t ai l witlh great ta.e. j .l ):.;,r.,,t .\ \1, 1li ll.l, -.;0 Il'hd -, Inrla ll ;Y, 'aI er -alc hy Ith)l1 Ieverao. - d a-L'o-li,)h' it-i.kl'l-,aa-l- nntcatrtfl's na . t Itralordl byI NAI'll'I. l'II)WNSiND, .na." l to oe Illa el, t(rlVier street 'N, I\ N, g t1-":ll IttiI REI\ A "I lttlIR oIheait)ltlhtotttttt alte- lr person. whb sh,1 t lvl' y Io atolol, ,t Lio: way trot, the city of L.fhvett tt tis tat-actr, itt ItI IT\\'tO(tI), it the city of N-ew I irheans.r aty iaforomotion that will lead to. t lt :tat' iait. ta ta e r It rltraloar llcreor. jy2t.-3t gI I11t ail - tou t ta e alad o)rdclt, on ltanl brig l`A 'pt.otU," laaing tat OUaaog slrect whr|, for sale by " CIASE & I)IXEY, . jy'~0 Ii (Jtta aholbous street. 1I:1)IC NI,'Sl l'AIvIl't t tall--A largo and Sgeollclrao ual-tlllelltoll illotd, fin sale low, by tlJAVIte al aNDaE\\'S, _ toth.is.e oIr C)atatt & Tehoup_( I aala et. 111Ot .t\l.E--Baba of Cloallblia, Euataeo and TenolplMll Iture, Iaylv's .iaintment, Rose Oint lltoit Ileadachelr ltnetdy, IIrnI's Corn P'lontsr, doal. Inr t-ale C v JAJol.lt & ANDIREIWS, j:r8 coa Coaatano &To Tltnpitoulas at. Q i ."Tl'. KEGS FRtES ( GOSiIEN BUT'TER, 50 Itoxett cheese, yib 'N5)ones bullch raisins, 11)1 boxes iapt rial tea, 10 ,.11rrfla chelrry Iotunke, f ;10 halt barrels a ho atomagrkt beef 5 barrels SIlk' d totnlgus, 10 hoxes 1 A ('lls I, IReceived per siei Ilunltsville, Ior sale by jy .t ir. ,'tl1.S . 'MILLARD. a.)til,--It SI-,a-a-o-Ia ibbarn. jot receseised, r I. by i ItORSEY, a- JrH __ ___ _ 41 New Levee. ,U . stait ay .d oi a, lE a jyi8 , 4.INewLenvee. I UIt. D CAl' & w.F"'YVBlF+I jAPER--On Obadr, a Ihrloe aoraotaoent of low Itriced nodver) superior IlBrc oad \Ollar, Wove and Ilban Laid Cap and er blaer, |br oale by DAVID ItELT& Co, Ntew Xour. Slationets' Hell, N 24 Chartres streem. slOt(1ly of aery Olsaraor inldeliblO ittk for marking linaen,, c.1 artanrantaed a first otte rtlicle, for sale by the dozeaorasinagle bo, by IIAVII FIoLT & Co, New York Stotinoero' Doll, j . 28 +It24 Cltartree styet ,I;\ ORIEANS & NASIIVILLE RAIL ROAD tIII llS oF PARI'ITL'CE N hL'NDAVS TO BATH. Frolll Ilepol, Fromn Blath. 6 A. . 7 A. M. . do. 1it do. 13 . .' P. M. 4 1'.1. d P. M. The rest of the week. Irno Depot. From Bath, A: A. l.- 11 P. Si. 1` 32. P. IM. N.l .--Persons wishing to go on the Prarie, cao do, so a0 fares the road extends withoutl anty extra charge. JA.l.ES I1. CALDWELL. jyi2--tit Pltedrtig.* NW DIRKECTI'OI. PUIIlfSlHEDl this day, tibson's Giuide as Diree Story of New Orleans and Lfayette; thr aaltkby DAVID FELT & CO.: m12 N Y Statihoners lall,24 CharAres,at. LAGGING & BALE IIOPE--500 ps Kentucky i bgging; 15 coils do b.le rote, in store and for, sule by YORKE S BI.O'I'HERS, j)40 65 Camp. street. TO OrNERS AND USERS OF HORSSE . SURGEON WALDGRAVE'S CONDITION POWDERS, &h. N. I..-This.artiJe has booe introduced into the country but about three Inan he, and the astonishing detioad it hasl npt with has entirely exceeded the most sanguioe hopes of the propri tor. Noarly all livery stable.., eid u great number of gentlnemer owning honser, hive uso. and are delighlted wilth it. It not oaly improves the present applla:anl of the Ilorse, but s if permanent and most decided benefit. Ap ly , the druggists generally. jy l EGURO CLO'ltS, IIN2Ey & ItSI(EYSt N I he' 1 bs1 er.elo oile dr foLr ale, oending from ship Cllocrd, 9 halrs plait tnlixod negro clothi; I bale CLiille1d oijed ilogt Bluth; I3 bales liseys, maserted llors; I hale w'hiln swain sokies; 1 anes printed keraryr 2 ies heavy noited Cordova cerseys; I hbale unfiisheJ toCdov herseys. ISAAC BRIDGE & to, J3 I 134 Magazine stree 1 tlI·ItltI I.OUIt-.-t11e hids ildin g and for sale by Jy G I O1SiY, 4,Id New Levee

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