Newspaper of True American, August 11, 1838, Page 2

August 11, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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((atl legnlatania. uis OGrel Paefre it, i scl ne n.devrv day at 10 A.RCi, A M-b4 du every day at 19, M. Ssrr ."fnil Is aelopd wery day at hal paut 10 A 3--h due with the great Eastern Mail. .a711r; Ld mail (via Covingltn. La.) ie clored ar Meedey. Wedaeeda and Friday. at Go'claek. A M-la dna every Tan , Thuraday anld Satur a . at li P M. Leuierille or Rierr .4Vnil is clasal ever' M aa Sad tardqrea .PMý-ta gausle and aearlaed bynealrboate.-Arrive irrega. qpeartdllw a Er hor eat Mail in .doIed avery t qd )riday, at 8t.P M3-Is neat ad Ta. Iuthe patanbit Btllinl. r k .l4friapdfct or lied RrrrPler il ia sent irregu. I5z eýaoealal, twiea a week. a.g vlise or Etlyr Maim t vt~asa anld ~Ctoaeaat 8o'cloel P M. Const eMil. i~Taed Clore atS 'ctoek, PM. Aaaa mkr er of Ccmaaercea hc l aaainl ear CAlt 1838. S14. Potere, ?reeident. A.Q tats r lgVice Praidet W 1. L. edge, d do. Or AMITrEE OF APPS %LS. FOR 1838. Janaa Dirk. Tletolac Barrett, 5eh A Merle. 11 C Cammock, Jtu3 imiee, Ahiebh Fink. GEO. W. WIIITE. See'y. Eaaal·.a. ar.A . ...... 61 Warfbneacec. Aug ...... 3 ase VraAar..........I Cieoauc na..Leg... 4 Pblandaebah dn........1.. 4 ILleellfe Aug........... . alisame ..e......... 4I at. hiae.. Jaly ....... 31 arnets. Aki..... .. . B l,.ee rneJuly ......... S ttaleua ttoara)' Lag....SParis Jace ........ gasaa. ag. I Il.,edre. July......... 4 Waaalla ugq......... Hare. Jac......7...... flAVZN-*-rP *101d 9nhldia..earac 1317 Ilclh cann. I do *re. Io ra It l leasnya & I11Oisare.. PSZU.SN-Per (shipalnldoia.. erge: 576 b.ds, 398 bohl.. OYA* miMoNY-rer oho L.aOiy le..earee, fereltera, pete. toee, syrup, loll'... ,cleri and rnodlla., mew ehaediw. lorea. ou&r, ambne. aeep, baeel. gcter. elahian aad ,a,,driea. XICHD)VND-'er cebr Elieahelbh-r.e.., 397 haf to leaf egaer. in balf do erd 401, ,aer acInlled dl., e3 du bresmeugr and 4 bill evleaaea. 4Augut hIm.. PRIEZ-Pae ehip Mllde..vargo: lie bhale rleton. aAI.IleUI-Iore brig Uae..;erboa 230 41i.g lead. 31 helr meloseae, 34 hhds tcltehee, l64lh,,le c11.ol I bas. 1 ebrst noels. 31#IdOA-Pe1,0bie eJeca Ecriveie rrr: 143 bbd. tlol,.,eo, 'Ilubaedo., 317 quinaisa llega.ed, maad relere caro. RECEIPTS PROOnuCC. 3 lua Par l.eree Lccaul..rargee 44 ble cr11,,. Setatiaier* Albert 3 id. a Laeldeeoa: 25 bltes ,i.., 1. Lre arlial n Ibda oe sga. CIrmlaa.irr A" Gieadl; 54111.19, 3 t ., c eler; anedy phg.. to Maclane A Debacltc; A arcl Utopic PicIe alemeatlerai..vrf lT C :hh klec tccr, It It ga.tl'M e A do A L eer isen; 50 ,.larepope, (iedfreloy. arie & 'Ualh 9 beaes bafdlcl wagea. I A II liMGer, 577 p1ig at.l. apltai nreuaa *515 de, A H Wellao; 1791 tlo, 17 eaaea.bOC ,tlla~ t ..awnsee.14 HAlrmreen; 3lt.'k.k pre. IS keg. betec,. 370 IAla p.1otales. 34 aaek e11rn,, i11,1. aeea. 119 dlacer hlLcen, to, eenera on board; 4 burer. Orael Marleqe. h PA~eiENrIIP.11 ier (eaca-Par reelcan Iaraec.. PA Bytr. J R I1lolah, 3 M Pnpra, Nvemne, Ilahe. a. Woeedel, W IW BVeWlar, Dr W c. A HUac.et, RIIlarei, W It N..rton, Iereole II Laall., # B uA. INreh. Feorsc Ceital, F H Mlirlal, W ScaaG Gcac. A FeFcd. F. nh. A Dupay. V Fall,, V AlfcIc*a eca,,l.Z laec',. W aIl Ileylr H11archall, S It tar.O Daah,,l aPO Heert, C N Bristl., P Donreca. r. P Ia. ja e. r E Layaltldy anll IervanlP lBrrell a lady, Jehsaa ,enr~al, Col Al'en. T llury. C Lacgford a rv'l; .111 t acada. I Armncepee. Nraedlc,, I'4lcci. Car,..l;, E al  rwllee.C Stead,,,Olal. JC Cerdetle. S L pol-ePer atcmeer tlia*i..Genr,,cl Merree. Nlelso Macna.Jan. 8Id4l. 1lalar. 11i,iha. J More. Whipple. alda-Per raenear Wcm Weline.. Ml a P Roteine.rc Mnj. Oal Kebdy. U a Army srveeal. Meeer. Job,. Iilialac. MNed !& aarvaa. Dr Iiec. .11'rerdlrve. Rtedgac. Caldcell. Hell. H SLrgecla. M WVcul. N lc~dllcna. W lrredlove. E RIlae. I.lleO. IW Ilaleeb. A Tub), Janc. Clark, WV Clark. A I.bee. and 7 on deck. MEMIORANDA. NIc YVol. Aemuct I-l7'l. chiy Alliacr, Fernham. Nan Oil.c; leaqaa iaradira IltitLcle. 11ebaa. H led, pc. alahipe C.eca'ridar. l.rerlnel Oereier. Lae. dee; laldtraera, Ihavrr; Neree.., Iterlal enaelgl.eu, Sac Thr eenmbet Riegle '.ft lt I.reil 3d talC, P At Th. alae. r.rGee. Collier cAd Ullwd Jtemre nan ,o Inuvc ar r IItIl tartc - tIhe 0. Lrft trainear Iiejrilt, rl Loeaf., Megul, Almc. alma. Florehie. t'reltic. ed, lyyl rer.ipl ng. how.-ShIp Sellacr,ef L. Il peet. arriled ie Nee Yrke on 3d Gbaae Macca. '------- .-... L SOt. L--100 hItIl, landing froma tenamer lBuekyve, L anadl for atle ly iG Iltl.sK . 1, J. j3t 41 New levea. . ititNfi-ltn-i piecesof heavy Kentucky Bag gi)ng Por sale Iy. IItOI.dES & M1ILINS, jv3i lank Alle. r--r'WI°NIT'- VI1 TiI -Is a tn: L Alt'. IIl ,.hlara rsesr will w e I dh frs ar tppe Ihenian oIf I the bi. IlIArIr. , n-rd nlour tw. sy teurs, five net lite orf x itltcsl hiai; .noI lk I thilld Ionek tlinc hle tbsetlldd himF'nll yesirda) frt t i, Ic ubri c,I an. It, atznette rtrset. lL.i(llA injol 'vn-csl antl olters are I'lrwarned int t,, receivc oritarbtr himi, u.lider Ihe rricteet tIlly of Yu UI': Il (II c e j'E'L 1EoS PCnAr W Ittarrtn deriteel Icnutstdieni, d ensgre Irarry , llieds ,5 oi p eo h de ltaiteu , i gd'enfroun c 20an. |larry anlrtcra ei n ast tlnit 1neiiiCer:t A At . leha. et entlilte A II. La lring: et; Indite re.ienljelle ea alnOe wur t oa aleotation ao Ie logWr don anltlllas der gedlri LeI apitialesd bhanteaun . VA llr et lletf, nlnt Ili8n tie Spisnt Isr ree-onir, olne In ptanue illltpeelr Innl I sas elaeal, liao L R GAI NNII, 6 rue SLeitte STATI OF LOUISlIA..A, 'irta Judicianl I)istritr, Court--Waruer W. Stewnart, in actual . autaoly, e.Ilia (l.editnrs --lre ereditors II tit lelitlinner, ul tlar W. Sitewnr. see hedeinl tit.iled ton e slad allper in *a euC t. onltnoday tie lltl Auguslt ent, tt 111 u elhck,A. *I., to hesw eaulae, if any tler have, awhy id Warner \V. Sttewart should cati have te hbelneft lf the laws ande flr tile relli tt' lanelvelit Debtors ill actual astodyy. B) l lder of nlia colet, Ilia .011 JulY, 1E18. G PN . LELRA NC, Iy C'Ik. L''.t O Lb L a t.Ull NlHe-- tir de dilrrict dhl 4Prmlli atrieltl Jullleiaciuire-Wntrler WV tewart, autens, eantra et er ians.inr--e ertancir e du pth.i ientlaire, Warner . aslOart. asont per a Itrltenl noiafie de eampwamitr asn pleitie tour, lund tle i tll ait preelain I t hersrrldu tnalin, ptur faire vialir leurs rdianls. e'iL an nt i plilnrgloi ledit \p.,lern 'ur ite pe. In bll nre dra loinpo.r vanlr mt e.cours deci de bleuresa inls table. dtheuua. Par eodie de In etmre n 30 jaillet 1848. 31 jail P. I.PILANICJ, DIli. tire ter. Ohi l.i, N IV W lItIA+' .4 .n IASlVILI.E RAIInt. RoeD a., Au. lat, 1938. L.NlED-Iarge to deliver nlllltat 410 onas ar Ciron, Ac. on tll .lakse ehore, hbetween vw asee at red Ilatytu .a Iralntche. JAlil.S It. CALiW2I.I.. 0.3t1 Preoailernt. o'jIIC)E NEW m(ILEr tmfN. r ASI:VII.LE RAIol InilA C(MIPANY--I)anLf an New York at Aight, or snity days dtoe,ftr sde., in snltt toruit piUr chaers. JA3MIS It CALIJWEI.L, ati d Presidant. OR Ui.i A --t ;.disl o a il.e-et ikinlrl, orI sle .y J JAi:VlI t,& AN)IltEWS, ijat9l eot Cnnttonit anttl Tcrhalitillns alt tXCItANti4 -5 INli'~,';"-t'etiti',,,+t n.f d port of the Pink oft Kenltukv lat Louisville; for esleby LAWKENCE & I EC.EG NIIIE, jeli 28 and 29 New Levee. t.O R-1i.0 bhl., landingt frtml eton brit Eae atehfor ale bhy G lIIlItSEY, by I ULlL S & AIILLO, joy Batik llerv. TO tit NLERa AND US.ERS OF IIORSES URGEON WALDGRAVE'8 CONDITII)N SPOWDERS, &ec. N. H.-This article hut been intrlued into tile eoUlltry buth ahbot Ithree Alon ho, and tlhe tsloniaitg demalllald it It s met vll Ilas entisely elicened the Ilst Bangtf i a Inspn oftlte propi-tsr. Na'rly all livery laahler. asl great nuamber of gantolemna owning It, reas, liWe nd and are danligllhted with it. It not anly Iuprovnr t!ae precnt appestrasn- .f thle arse. tn llaf permaanent and ntstr decided b5e0lt. Aplin y I. tIl dulgiats genlerally. jy 10 I.lJ- ,+.Z Pat-iLf, iI--Jat rnv-ine a tRw ge I1 . s sun rior .Saidlast anlwdsre,; teatly tpilalllt bsaueslu aIe by Itse getn, doseu or tingls Ins, IJAVlt) FE1I.5 & C1:, Nes York Itationer's Hall, jtal24 N ltetrnra street llEr. d'A a.s cos Ies Pompiara de it touvelle Orluans. L ES Actilonaireo de cet clatpagaine oat nntifei qut Isolaannn pieetent ptour louis aions a MroItt Naahhlel In 10aunt preehaia an buresau de Is lclltpao - ,N. 24,, 31aiOua ..luaaon., tie Canal. 12 iillet E L'I'lIA. Y, Serstaire. ATLACK ANý I)-Jeut enenteid, 28011 sialnr nver D a__ tsalr h ba'k raUtUtig lonnr sased, waruenatel fretstn delans,pac. ns t ar le by tfle ItIn d.es or ag18 pper, at the N 1 Stat oenei' Hlll. aa DAVID) tEL.' & CO. SLAVERY.. PUItLIFlttIB 'llHIS l)AV. A e hfo e sid e t heLL ('olnl hllt . Ru lt oill the True A -to it can, .aehbltpe Intell, St. I larien street, .A Orn a dlelierd o the Ia'ilae ntsonllt egetionellnlrsstcl tin Io tjeUltn, April 16. tlt. II lRs. The, d ie N I ', F .l,,,. ta'r., I--' J, I... adIrtc . Týr rl h DE LA Municipalite No. 2. MARDI. 16 Juin 1i88. Rdnolu que as conseil, malgl ish objp tiosr du maire, persiste dane soea roltln d .nio i prd. gent, nyant pour objet Pashat d'an lot doe bor d par oes rues Tohoupitonls, Annoneiation at Poylfrrd, et uo ot triangulaire nppartenant a cette municipa'itd. Signd, JOSHUA BALI)WIN, Recorder. Attendal que se n onleil est informO que la Com. pagnio de Ia Presto A Coton d'Orldans, a dried, nu at drlger des entourages on harribros a travers Ia rue Front, st depuit Indite rue Front, our Ies bords du fleuve jitaqu'au feuve; empdchant et obotruont par it ;o libre passage at I'usage de ladit rue oet dea lieun do d6barquoment adjacen,. on violation dle lols de cot dtut. dIes ordonnocaes de la ville do is Nouvelle Orleans, de erse nmunicipalitd at des droits du people; II at on coonndquance rdnlu quo eI mait et at demoure autorist6 t requisede fairs en!ever ous d6 Iai leadite entourager at barrieroes onformdnment & Is premibre seotion d'uu acts cuneernant Ie, lbeves at pour d'sutres objets; approuvd le 16 mars 1839. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. II eat rdao'u que coneid6rant quo Io ddlai mis par John Kellar & fournir an oolonnes de for pour I'a elihvement du mareh6 Poydrua occasionne de gran. des dificultdl an eontracoeur pour I'droution dudit marchd. le contracteur Wi iam Doorman sera a memo de recovoir sa pain pour Is travail, a maSure qu'il avangera, sur le certificat dn voyer, nonobs tnt route clause ace contrairedans contrat, msais an cinquibme qu'on tiesdra on rdsorve jusqu't cs queo I contral soit totuemout oxdcutd. II est en outre rdsolu quo lo comptr6leur neat to. quip d'informor Jolhn Kollar, quo cette municipa. lhil Ie tiondra responoable detouteo pertee provenant de Ia non exeeution do son contrat de fournir des oulonnes on for pour ledit marchd. Signd, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder II oat rerolu quo les propridl6ires de terrains bor. ned per lea rues Carondelet, Poydras, St. Charles oe Perdido, st par lon rues Perdido, Carondeolt, St. Charles at Gravie , soent eontrpinto d'entourer los dits terrains et do ruparor leuro entourages dans I'eAopce do dix jour., sons peine do oinq piastres d'a,iendo par jour que chaque terrain resters a sn. itre ontourd onu chque entourage sans dtre antour6; et que le voyer est autorisi et requin, sprbc un de lao d'un mois, d'entournr lesdits terramin, ou do td parer leadits ntnuragre. quand Is cans so pr6eantera, saux fruie des propr 6tuires. Attends qu'k Ia annce du 5 juin 1838, q.tolques rdsolutions lurent paond.s par ce consit, autori. sant Ia voyer i ndjuger au plus bus et dernier on. cblrisseur pour on an I'sntreprios des banquettes et du posage does curb and gutter stones' ; et attendh quo certainesspdcifications accompagnaient loodi. teo rdeolutions par lerqueoles le contratetursera guidt et dirigO daos sostravaux; at attends quo certains mots dooditoes spiefications out Otd par inndvertance retenum dos epecifloations doe vietn contrato faits on vertu dos ordonnanees du conseil de till avant Ia diviSion de la villa, lesquulo mats no sent applicables qu'aux rues d'uno certaino lar. gour ot sost entibroelumt iuapplicablos an prdaont controt. II eat on onnesqlonce risolu quo In promiere sp6. cification quo I'on lit ninsi: loe trottoirs actuolle. ment existant dans leoditeo rues Sersa largi do ma. nibre Ihavoir hait pieds do large. Its seront aligndO avec dos plerro. plat.s, &c. &o. aura smend6 do maniere ba c qu'on line: lee trottoirs seront alignds avon des piorre· plates. &o., &o. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. AttendSa que I prealire port ion du marchd Poy. dras '·'tendant depois loe rues Baronne et Philip pa. eat alitS enoalt thuIevOe at qu'i .at intpotlrpTa retireet, aussitlt quo possible, b6Odefiae do Ib dcom modied qu'il eat calould do voir produire. II oat .dso u quo ledit marchl6 ser ouvert au pu. hbic le 4o. jour tde jitillet prochuin, aoun la survoll. lance peroonnelle du aommissaire du let district. Rosolu quo ls duuo ct6ds de l'al6d du centre do mnarchd, & I exe ption de 4 piedo pour Ie palsage, eat at demeure alluen aux bomucler. Qs lets 16 tables touchant I'Oueest ou la rue Philippa juaqu't I'entr do deI'a :de do Sud eat rdnerv6 pour te puts son Que lea seize tab es touchnnt 'entrd Ouest do 'a 1Ie du Nord sent appropridea on gihier, t a volnille, et nux souts. Quo I'eopace occupd palr les saoe tablol f a hloune des ontrdes eat on rue Ba roune, des alles Nord et Sud suit pour lea grose. rids, et le roe des alldeu Nord oL SHd pour los 16. gumre enlumoent. Rd.ln on outrr, qu'e lv fermier actuol du mar. c.ld Stn Marie snit et dvmcure charg6 du nmtr:h6 Poydura, ipndant I trterm de son piOsent bail du miarhl6 Sir. MaltiO, Uovo toUt lon duits et ptivi-ll gas sur co mlet maorcl6ie quo eux qu'i Inoiedu main'ouantt sur le mlarcl, Ste 1larte; p lurvu qu'il -tienne ledit mureld propro . on bo trdre, plllendnt le allalltt bail. at a I'lcutbre seatlsalultol du cnllril stous toul lIs raplorto. II eat de plta ri.Ilu que le coneoil so rd.orve le droit d'atender on do rippeler ces rdoa!utiolm quand i le jugeor cotvnonbe. hSgid, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Resolu que le rdcordr agt et demilere nutorioe a Ipri tr lea duux pilere de camitpatnl uppnrtulant a cetto muneipali6, pour irer aun salut natlioial l S4,. jour do juillet prochain. Signo. JOSHUA BALDWIN, iRecorder. PRIIVATE. BOARDING HOUSE! IREMOVi D FK.MiN Ne I? CUSTOM STREET TO S'I'. CIIARLESSTREET NEXT TO TII EATRE. e RS. ANDERSON tenders her conmplientl to I the puihc l.d her friends, and itlllrs themRn that she leas relved frol her e lmrlee r staeln to a more oenvenient, henlthy andll beautiful lne, on St. Charles tere't, lext d,,r to the Theatre of that aolte, end near thie careir of t'oydlraa street, where elee will be Iapley s encoenlmodale all who may favor her t ith their pa teenage, which itrw will endeavor io inetit by every at Strintieo dhil:ht i av tetid to tllheir coeinbrt ael happineae. aeU;9--1311l. A TTEND Parade th;I day, (Snturday,) the llh [ iLet., at ;3 t o'clock, P. 3M., in fatigue dress, whitle Inter, at tle ermery, for the purpose of Target lFiring. By order of Calt. C. F. Hliry. GEO. Hi ABBOTT, Snsll ) 8. ,Iit UiB.A I utl AEiW UitI.ErANeJ. I t I EL prince of eelh flur to-day i S it 50 per hhl. ac E urdiug to the tarll, tile b.kPre ere tll give during tIl e l.uailg week,(frilol ,\ltldi 13d h inst.,) 41 ounces uof brued Iittbi. iBread of the secolnt tinlily is re quised to Neigh :.J3 l-r cent. anoe, vet.: 5| oualta". C. tiENali, lMay or. nug. It. 1t:38. TYPRiiORAPHICAl ASSOCIATION. i1 A monthly loeeting of the Association will be held at the I.unch, corner Poydrae and Caetp-streets, T1'Is Eventing, ot 8 o'clock. augll JAMES O'DiOWD, See'y. IEAS-- l0 iT es Hvie o Toi e; 12n ciehets toaing Sllvseon Te'l; and lit cases )u:nIIg HyroIn lea in 1 lb. end, untcr, tiar sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO. augl a 134 Magazine street. t a ,AuFAt'rUl.il',eTeLcam -"l0 boxtles ee, 8 e, llan in and pauud hlun,rle, of vurius braldsand quali tise, for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO. augli 134" Magnazine street. hili--7iti Bntule ta' Lit.e; 2511 Bales tiny, land. i ita frets brig Lt.itline, cud ftr sale by be LEVI H (ALE, allett 93 Comnmot street. Aln;G LL tl. No. 3 lackerei, alnding Srnlotm sh! IipaOhi, t ar sle by auglt STE'TSON & AVERY, 88 hravier street. SjlteiA.\J, Jhoae acnd lippera-0l catesne, com. Sprisinog a usaortiaont ift Men's and Ioy's fine kip, pegged anti Iu.rctt Brigune ; len and Blvays fine calef chse; len's aend women's pumps and slitpert , chidrens and inleaet boots, shoes ancd ankle tire; land iag hts sihip Ohio, and tir sain ley IS.AC BtIi)GE & CO. angll 134 Magazine street. - Phil t ' _L- -8 cask. pure, brleacled Sperm Oil, ioding from slip O.li, tbr axle ty ISAAC BRIDtEl E & CO. auell 134 ilugaziae street. AP-l-c btoxes ea dra No. I Na ap, brand of Juck Ssoa & Trowbrldge; lending from ahip thio, lot sale by ISAAO BUIDGE & 4:O. sug7 134 Mlagaine street. - hOt A.nS-. Cearses lien. und e osa fiie kip pegged Brogans, landing Irani brig B'ir,,dieoeend for sate biy ISAAC BR.IDGr" & C, t. aug7 134 Magiriae Street. 7 -iLA eEe-3l bbiles. etolaies landug ruin snhr JIL l Osaltte; also .0 ditto, ll stone, slid for sale by LAY ET & A,:ELUhi,. an 7 17 C,,n, , .,.. U(IARI-3 Illhd. Sneir (ordinesr) latdin frunm . EnchS lK alituel eo 7 do in store nd le by LAYET & AMEI.UNG, anal 17 (ammoan street. 3E it FLUII-.Iust rice iled a now article of lied Fluid Inkt, naeeideed tequ! I tles French Car. nltr, and at one fi, th tire rice. Also, a few dou (iuyol Cas nine Ink. For sale Iv hD,iyt FELT & CO. aug? NY stationese' Hall. Ob; eof the Firemaa's Insurance Co lpany, New Orlea... iTIE Stnrholders ci tiis Cueteiane are hereby noti. l fidc, that tie Third lasslewnlt on thesir stock will due ann d payable its the tIlth of Augusnl tet, at the nftite of the Compani, No. 2l ilussuu's Buildangs, Cuel artceet. jy E L T'rACt'Y. Bererar. S KiE:c H PIhC LI.-- I bantesFnch:e 'iis ' luin,., and ior ale byl S & J P WHITNRFI, au ii (,'anti ,treet. 1~ ~ - 11F I LD11RFlk~l EDIt'rED DV Joa.w 0IB2 ON. PAzJYIrUL AND BOLD. N~; ' OR LEANS: SATURDAY....AUGUST 11. 1828 DArrT or CoMMuDonoR RosEs. Commodore John Rogers died at the U.S. Asy lum, near Philadelphia, on Wednesday, the let of August. This diatinguished naval officer, whose connec. tion with so large a portion of the gallant acts per lormed by nor seamen dbring the lost war has giv en him such imperishable renown, is now snatch. ed away from the service, to which he was an honor, and that society of which ha was an orna ment. The story of the departed commodore is to be found in the history of the late war: his name, which decorates every victorious banner of those times, is now inscribed in the grateful and sife tionate hearts of his friends and countrymen. Sci. entific as well as brave; the service to which his life was 'devoted, is not only proud of him as a dt' tinguished member, but will long remain thankful for the many nautical improvements which hi, skill originated. At the time of his death Com. ntodore Rogers was at the head of the Navy: he was the oldest commanderin thie service, and died without any particular disease, front gradual de eny, having been confined for fifteen months in the Asylum,a confirmed lunatic. His alienation, was rather imbecility, or childishneas: it was not continuoue, but broke out in, passion for deatruic tion upon the most triflingprovocation. By an or. der of Commodore Stewart, all the offliers trtach ed to the Philadelphia station attended the funer al, in uniform, which took place in Chridt'a church where he was interred with all the honors of war Commodore Barron is now the senior offcer in the navy, with an income increased to $3,500 per an num. Commodore Stewart, now in command at Philadelphia, is second on the list, and has been in tlie service forty years. FPI.rid.-It will be seen by the subjoined ex tract of a letter from Fort King, dated the lst instant, what shameful neglect still marks the conduct of the department that should have finish ed the war lnng ago. The troops cannot march for want ofl ofeers!! Who would believe such a thing in this country? Sir-I have, as usual, hilt little news to com I muallme. Lost week two nulrlt,'rs were killed by Sthe In inns, in the vieinity of Fort Mictnopy t''hey thad gone out without the permission or knowledge of the commanding officer. Several recent murders have occurred, at varitou points on thIe frontier, anid it is comnputed that about 30 pers.lne have fallen by the rifle, silnce Gen. easup relinquished the command of the army. Not mocre than three of four persoeus were killed by tihe Indians, during the whole title General Jesup was In commlnlald it the erluty-a period of nearly two years. Indians have lately heen seen shout Tampa Bay In small parties. Exerli.,ns were in vain made to catch themo. i>., . Flwler came in aIgit ofi the', and captutetl ;ht i ia,1r, ei, clothes, &c.; they made tot to nesa5tier, tn. their iSfl-s. h General 'Tan, i: hat reuirned to 'rmps, fron -he rectonnoes-,noe he m.nde ',,tne northerl po.ts, aLnd vicinity cf the Otkefenlo eer, and .a now at toiplitlng to open negotinatons wilh the Talliltns ser Irnditis. And there is s.lne prospect, as I ani informed by llhe xpress who reached her,. I,.' i night, of making a tolerable grab, and of iente. I t tile war it a close. In fact, the war must .,nt S trtniinte oIf itself, for 'ilur a eI t o uiote.re,' us SGeneral I'avlor has lhsely reporle to the .eer. aty ot War. I'I. ill scarcely he believed, that jullmu tL d Lteutenanlt have Iolely ,een in eomnmand ot u comp (I llp.ll and l lhat a junior Captain inow u olnands the 6th lnfanrry, and there o secarce. Siy tiue olliter p. r comptnpy. Gltnernl 'Taylor call with propriely ecolplain ofua t.nt of support at ViW s In lgtll; anid t tile troops ire idle, II is owing il the ubasece of seven Igtilis tilte colllpany, antd the field fieicere, with the exception of cite 6 LIteeenm .. Coloel, ltowes. Thilelicer asid Col. lu i(;s, ihave been more active ando tertotrn, d more Iuty alld antl ritoritus servicesl'n in the held, tlhan S il tile other field ,fitfers unitledl; yet e sece clO. ti i tn o perlnssueleted tor "Brll vet Cotllltmilsltns" to ta nigher ratil., wh.o remllaillled about six lnonthin II'i.trltn, aend prleolrmed but Ithe ordlltaryduy ex plcttd roll it., u11. i'F.Ir ply ly a jwel oi lle. t nItaible value." We perceive by a card of Capt. N. Cobb, the I agent, in the N. Y. Cuu ier and Enquirer of tha 2tdih of July, .tht the experiment of the Bennett Steati Power Company's boat has proved a total failure. The Captain states, in consequence of not being allowed the privilege of testiing the ma. chinery to his satisfaction at sea, with the use of anal. Capt. Cobb complains of great injustice done him, and has instituted suits agninst the com pany for damages. Queen Victoria was not the only female in Eng. land raised ighain the world at the late coronation, fir Mrs. Graham, in a mammuth Balloon, had the ropes cut away the moment the flag on the nhbey notified that tlte crown was placed on Vietnria's head. She rose with the Peers, and only descend. ad with the Sun. a. bad more. Mehemet Ali of Egypt had read some ofour papers, or some one had read to him, that the past season's cotton crops in the United States had failed, on the strength of which he kept over his own in expectation of very high pri. ces. This, as we knew then, and he knows note, was a bad move. Hence his crops remain on his hand: his loans.pro. ten. continue unprovided for: his tribute is unpaid, and his master's army of one hundred and twenty thousand men, and a proper. tionate navy, ready to pounce upon him in his poa arty, and drive him out of Cairo and the cotton market. If he can turn his cotton bales to as good a purpose as Jackson did, he may yet erompe the Ottoman to retreat with speed to his seraglio with the bulletin of his campaign surrendered up in those brief but emphatic words so often spoken by clerks in bank--"no effects " Counterfeiters. 'Iwo men charged with coun terfeiting, or paeeing counterfeit Texas money were arrested yearerdoy with the spurious notes in their possession. One is named Nash, lately employed to carry out our Journal, the other was in the employ of Mr. Greene, the lithographer. New Opera. We learn from thle "Star," that Mr. Maeder tas an opera in hand, aalled "the Pe ri, or the enchanted fountain," of which the Major who ni himself among trhe beat of musical eogno.. cienti, has tl e higherst expectatiuns. Mr. Masder is well kt.,mwn nn.o-"e the lovers of the art, as a composer ,tf gr~e.a taste, and spriightly fancy, and who havini, uo hlnu ofliciated as musical direlor, and idedre, it aher to, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, tis eve ry way qualified to imllpart sweetness and rf et to anty opera he undertakes. E. Mr. Maeder's a ng of "The Unwilling Bride" has Ibeen for two year. past the most effective in all Mrs. Wood's long list hilght after nighi, at every concert she has assist. ed in, "The Unwillihng Brde" has been repeated three several times. Eminent composers and judges, have thought it the most ffective of me. dern ballude. 'l'h "'.Na.es " We have been a nsured that the avoidance of our city by this steamer arose from ni sligit, or neglect, but Irunr a fear of delay in loheing ithe crew. We "hope it was so, and are not unwilling to accept the explanation, although six hours would have sufficed to ship two sufficient sets at hands. After the unpleasant feelings and ex. pressiona indulged in for two years past, and the curtsous offer of the free use of asty wharf she might select, we still think it a matter of re grat that the Natchez dad not stop here on her way. Quickeft yet.-Letters are said to be in town of the arrival of the 'Great Westeru" at the port of New York in the incredible short space of thir. en teen days! If this account prove true it will indeed Isa be a most important epoch in the history of navi- tn gation. The Royal William was to sail next dav, a Io that letter writtere in Europe might obtain an tli ewers to their inquiries from America in six, or see. at en, and twenty days. The Dutch marinctswho sot- hi tied New York, and were in the habit, eacording T to the veracious Knickerbocker, of taking in all s' sail and turning in at sundown, would lose their T breath in such a race horse progress. Rit --The neurons of Philadelphia went over the river on the let Aught to celebrate the eman. e cipationof the English West India slaves on that a day. But the Jersey Blues had no notion of such ti hlack acts, and heartily cudgelled them from their shore. The Ifon. Judge Broyn, one of the memberaof 2 Congress from the Stlte of New York, died of con' sumption a few days ago, The deceaesed judge a was a thorough going friend of the present uo I vernment, but a great benefactor to the agricultur al interests of his native stast. 8 FThe bonus oflered by the state of Ilasache. setls for encouraging the growth of wheat, is five cents per bushel upon all over fifteen, raised and garnered. Loss OF ThE SIp ArNNAWA(. The schooner Nonpareil, arrived at New York from St. Croix, brings intelligence of the los of I the ship Annswan, Capt. Tooker, from Liverpool to this port. The Annawon ran on the Isle of A. vache on thes7th of June, and is total lose. The orew and passengers were landed in safety, and the chains, rigging, and most of the cargo In a very damaged condition, were taken oant and sold h as sio as landed. The Annawan hailed from r Newport. The far famed "Bedouin Arabelt arrived at New d York on the 3rd.bv the packet ship St. James, from London. They are to appear at the Park Their performances are said by all the English journalse to be truly wonderful. Change eofForune A poor estocking weaver of SNotingham, Eng., has suddenly risen to rank and wealth by the title of Sir John Leanon, Bart. He h Ineeeds to this title, and tle large estates attach ed to it, as nearest heir male to his cousin in the a third degree. Letters taken to England by the steam ships are charged 25 cents postage. The Lake-The Giraffe starts this morning, at 6 o'clock, for all the watering places;and t.morrow, 0 Sunday, makes her custotuary t pleasure trip" leaving the rail road on the arrival of the seven o'clock cars, touching at Bay St. Louis, Pass Chris t ian, Bhilxi, and the Pascagoulue, at one half the usual fares, and returning with her party late in Skhlt evening, just in time to reach the cars at day I break. T'he trip is really delichtful, and the dinner e and the bath at Pass Christian dinig ifitnite service both to the oulward and inward man. aMr. Baelmtn.-The examtuation of Stokes, yesterday, charged with hbing one of the princi pals concerned in the robbey, anld attempt at - murder, of Mr. Recorder Haldwin, resulted to coimiitting Stokes for trial in the criminal court. y It is not unlikely thlat the prisoner will turn sioie's eavideince, its lie senti word afler his cmin mitrnl, that hle much wished loopeak to ,lr. Ilnldwin. Ano,ineii maon, namted lMears, was yectlirday arresred on tcha.rge ,f being concerned ti. l.i samelllt otragi , g and froml the activity of ort pi!tice there is litlle doubt thatl i allconcerned wiil be brought to pnish i. abut. n Selatlr Walker, of .~lIea, Intely reilite,; nas "usr I recovery, is now stated by thel Plild,'l;ltiu h.i.ligr. to be greatly inproved,and daily hIe.nriitIig Ietter Old Ironrrde --The U. S. Irigate, Conltiution, Con. E.trioti, arrived in lamptoin iRmais, on Iti. Itl instant. The oticers and crew are .ll well. We hlle a nprepr inquiry will slow le Illde intl those many rumolnrs circulated in his ,,bsenc. r,. garding tle conduct of the Comnmiodore. Finn made iis first appearalce at the Olympic theatre, in New York, on the 3d, as " Monsielr Jaeques," and finished with ', Puil Poppa" in Ili*

own farce, called " Removi Ig the Deposites." No mistake.-The, N. Y. "Stn" has the follow in_ complimenlary notice of a very fashionable 'ce cream and arrack punch garden, in the Broadway of Gothamn. Rare Lutturie -Connoilt' garden is an inenmr parrahl pice ,r tr two Irin.e--lnlaultine scrvans and wretched heveregee. II a boury happie , to feel inclined for a free indulgence in either or lith of those luxuries, let him but go to Contoit's and he can be sarliefid to satiety. Clerical Preferment.-The Rev. Jackson Kemher presatnl missionary bishop in the valley of the Milsisei.rpi, has been elected bishop of the dioces, in which Baltimore is placed, by the Protealan, Episcopal Convention. I7' Thom, the sculptor, offers his newly finished marble statue of Washinllton for $4,000. Thie daily average increase in the population of Great Britain and Ireland is estimated at one thousand! 07 Touchstone must surely have lived in New Orleans when he wrote hie familiar song, "The rain it raineth every day." The wise men of the E.ast,-namely, of New Haven, Conn.,-predleted another meteoric shower on the 9th inst. Saw nothing of it in this neigh. borhood, and suppose no one was up late enough to see it in " the land of steady habits." Doe Da.ys.-The canine race ale sadly used in the summner solstice all over the Uni,,n. In New York they are physeiced with blue prlls ijectred from a shot gun. In Philadelphia they are caught in Iraps without having even a pinch of salt put upon their taile: while here in New Orleans thve die of a surfeit, caused by eating pork and pnison. Sales of Stocks in New York are still active U.S. Stock rose I per cent, Commercial Bank of Manichester, Mi., went up 1.-2 per cent,Kentuck y I 2,,aid Vi.ksbure I I.2 per cent. Government haies sd iltir bond of the United States Bunk payable in 1839 at par. Mrs. Bailey, late Miss Watson, has settled in Cirncinnari hasna ullsielults cher. Captain Marryait II proceeding to the Virginia Springs. In tihe fall he travels to the Rocky Mountains. F. W. Thionas, Esq., out, ir ofi Clint.nn Brad haw, is nominated as candidate to represent the incinnari district to Congress. He ia opposed to ile Vani Buren lail-adminiistration. elsch to the ann.yanrce of all, our city has been fnured with a new importation of mosquitues. 'hev are very large lelluws, extremely thirsty, and lile a fashionable party, altogether too numllerous to be agreeable. J"'One of the nost elegant stearmers we have seen on our waters is the "Corvette,"t Capt. Hag gerry. She is entirely new, and though ultimaiely intended for the Lake trade proceeds it Louis+aile this morning, offering a most tempting uppurtu. nity to travellers. liHear upper deck presents one eldiea nparrt.ent being divided off only by fol! Ing doors, and no portion of the splacs onecepird ohv a social .fall. The neitness, and unifr .,rv of the entire sweep of Cabins, look more thln use. vi ally elegant. The engine of the "Ctorvette" too has many inlprovements, and novelties about it. There is no fly wheel: the shafts are stifl, though sn placed as to have seme play, if struck by a sea. The fires can be stirred withonut oening the doors: a snall engine supplias a hose that conmands the a enrire bonr, ned various other novelties in con stroeton render her additionally safe, and ensy in w.,rking. All who travel with her will, we feel assured, be delighted with ahe chance that thus throws her in their way. 11 A first rate dinner at the Carrolitln H,tel I to-morrow at 3, with a god song and a merry glass, by way ofdessert. The steamboats Motto and Pekin came in colli. I sion on Sunday night last. asbtt 100 miles below L uieville. The Pekin snink inmmeditely to the 1 top of herlowercnhin. The Motto ran ashore to snve herself from sink;ng. The Belle of Missouri, on her panrace from Sr. Louis to New Orlennswasn sunk in the Missiasippi, a short distance below the mouth of tlhe Ohio. Shert Puooage. A friend and fellow ritia'n write as a that he reached Liverpool on the Stend June, from this port in 80 days, osh board of the Michigan, Capt. Storti. Caution Caution. As one or two robb ties have recently taken place on the abel, road it is certain thata hundreoý more will follw,. Robbers can lie in concealment and rslh out suddenl. SIronl the dark and impenetrable swnmlpson each aide nl the thoroughfare, the intervening Cnnil Stit to, contrry notwithtrandin,. If theo second ,tmunicipality will train the fourth Regitnent of SMltta t'here night and day, people any pass in salnty: it' nlot-a)Lil peruson should avoid oravel. ling that road alone--ulleas they have plenty of people." A puhlie honuse in Glrol S reet between Rarootn tnod Phillippa woeas robbed right before last of , .rrge aeoiunt of properry in watcher, plate, and money. Tthe rsh amounted to $1500. if TO OUR SUBSCRIBIERS. d A new carriir for the LLiyette Route has been n oppointed Ii he shlold neglect to leave the paper - where we have a subscriber, it will be purely frw.m accident ; and we should be glad to be informed of it, that it miy be immediately rectified. S POt'I _ O_ ' N iiV . i ll, \I . CLEARANCES. tShip Ctledonia, Cfito, Bremen, L "A lri leA ,, bipt; dla . t, impamou, Hlvree, et I Ga Scehr Loirltte. tIaker. eclvestoni W Bry;al Ser Eliza etht, Oakleny, Itillmnottl, Ii Bedford . o u sa t t 0 thA Ship Itslle. Luadgoren, Trocate, A Lanfan Brig haras (:,O I, [tainimnre, Mu~to Brig Jvera Enrique, Guye ,the. lAirea AILRIVAI.S. teaner l.evaoL It.ureut, from Bayou Sare. S lteamler Pontchatraia, Sheridao, iolt the Lake, saln oft rail road. ir hailat. Y Auga: Oth. SSte . nle Rlenzi. Kenallet. from t I.ouil. ltearmer Wm Watelle, J at'iuHtit, from Mobiler. SUIIRVEYORII'S OFFICE O(F TIlE SECOND .MU N UItl' 4 tII'TY T O'PICIE is herevy given, that in conormnliti IO n resolution ol the vouetoil of tliinu toicliplity,. pIseted at tleir sitting of Tuetdayd , June 5th, 18a8, I will at noth o'Tuetdavy, thle 14tlh doy of A ugust, djua dliente to tile Itwest bidder, the eatelluitl o" tile ,,U haonknents tnrl filling of thl whrves eoftlltu unitipal ily, gnt'reehltl t Ithe ptl antd tile npecii(,tliOlh o tthe attle dlued ly in 91h. 1833. anid xhihited altlili of fie--tt ,-th is to anv-the lillilng or the teal'!1 , eat io the lnew wllarf hetween whltrvee Nuo. 2 !' 2. --fillin, op part of whlnrves No. 3, 4, 1i5,7. & 9, ntod billlakini8 thle Portion inerkud E, Ilteurstl the Scet ',b.r's ollllr and whnrf N,. Il.-Aln, the portionst In to iltl lntie ir illed, notllh New WOVelrS, between 7 Nos. 2.i and 2t, Old between NIs. 2, null 27. Saticfactory sttreliCe will he reqllited. J)S. I'll 11, P 4 1.1T K. (OINFORMEI:IIN'I " it u0 l r(sinlutitin h 'llonscil 1iee Cie ttlio iipliote., oe( dns In 1,iune de 1larditjl,3li 111:1, vise.t shaul n q mro nldi, I do nalin I'n iutl oi mld, i uina hnrolnlj'i lngeri llruilliis, I'en treprise du retmho i des w o L illrl de rtie uuFn Idlirt", d'a.pres le phlat hr 6" ios-ructinn ,Iaies du d9 uni d. r nlernl t exl +#< a dh Ia d r',.''. lvoir: It renlldlui dol nuni.= vent wh.lto --l'treh I,'s wUh rfs N-. '? ot 3; h" r.l-.bl, i Ih!: porti des wha. Nlll .s., "1, l It, 7 et 9; et priotliu i itui tearuel. E air ledit plel, eanr' le whofon' iut noloi Ires et erei Nn. t11i n; e i Ic rlmhbnti dle naria de nogt rl lllt arttlfs nre tee' il arfs No. N ,I , e i et j7. Une nIllutiol sotio.liItaste siol exigi'e. 4 )owt J1 iS. P11.1G, Panver. nwaRTINGTO.' C cltoiediat of Iliohralhy l voll. trt do. ttt' urt.pl o .d leeiemt,, 'voli.-Sh lll.peare in o3 els, aI icket elltie, illus traete. Phe l lipl' oloolor, v. Jame on'l 1inernlinev. hRrowters 'I'reatine on Sitlggenlit.n,. tiertv' I 'leg illurtrated. Ro erd ' ioly :ad i ptoems. ill-trota d, 2 volt. Ilardingl'sllrawine t uk fir I1'33I. Phillit, on water colors. Eav Drawing Book, by C'hils. Stlruit' Sporta sald Iasl "its Time. Just received and for sale y 'EAN angl e.rner of Camlp antl CoIo,ln st. NOT'ICE. 1%IORRISON'S Ilvgeinn Vegetablle Universal Med. 1 ilinP, formeriy sold hy K 1B Vyk's, at 27 I hnr tres lheet, has removedrl to the Bnooktnre of DAVID) PELT , Co. No '4 C.hartres street, (directly olllpposite.) who Il 'dlly tppl ttntd Snu Agent fli lie slie o f thttte invelitu',le Medicines. Sold in poekets of $1, $2, $3 with ample directions in Spoanish, French and gntgllsh. A few copies of'tle orionla, or F otilv Adviser of the Brilish "'ollele of Ileal'h price $5 7. Also, th.e Pretioal Proofs i blt n edition, :17 ets Take notice,. the genuilne are never sldl in a IDrle Slore, and can only be had in this city at 24 Chartres street A fresh supply,'just reeeived at nsll--tr New York Stetionere' llall. i IIE--1590 Coaks Th'lomaston Litle lauding fronl Sbrig Chiefaini, and fir atl HI by S & J P WHITNEY' au·4 8 Colni street. L E M O N 4 VR 1U P - -1 0 b o a es le ulo n s yru p l oul i ed n S & J P WlHITNEY, aug4 8 Conli street. NOTII 'E. NTOTICE is hereby given that no debts contrneted eifrom this late by tllhe nilers or crew of thle steam hoat Merchant, will be paid hv the suhscribers, unless autllhorised by thelntu lvee, and the accounts counter signed by Mr. lGreilry Itvrne. n r AIINSEL WHITE & CO. aug4--9 ACON SIDES--75 hhds bacon sides. 50 hhds ) Canvass Hams. 10110 hamorns in bags superior quality, in store,and for sale I;y LAYE'I' & AMIEI.UING;'' aug4 17 C'toiltomeirce street. ALI: ROPE-5-ItlCoilt Mlisouri and Kentuckyv bale rope will be told low by LAYET & AMELI.ONG, an g 17 t:olmmerce street. OF1I EE--1d0 bags Rio. 140 do. Ilavnol. For sale Iby L STETSON & AVEIIb' aug4 88 Gravier streel. H AV NA iF.l \RS--IU00,000 lmediant quality Ir salt low, to close a i'nilgnment, bhy STE.''SN & AVERIY, ao 88 Ghsvier etseet. - , .- u--5 t bale Ito-eell linesays for Ile oly SS'I'E'I'TSON & AVERY, aug 88 (;ravier street. ORDAG E-Manilla and Tarttred cordage, and spun yarn,aessorted size, ihr sle AERY SIE'I'SON & AVERY. a 88 Gravier street. P ORK-O-m0( barrels clear mess, soft Iness, and other S descriptiotS, for alh by S'ETSON & AVERY, a4 f88 Gravier street. BU.'TER-I KegofraVhWet erelbuiter,inh some order, for sale by STPTSON & AVERY, 62 88(Graier at EGKO CLOI.THS, LIN5'EYS & I(I:I(SEYSI S:bhe subscribet' offer far sale, lan'l, ship Concord, 2 bales plain nmixed negro t. the; 1 hale Cwilled mlixed negro cloth; 18 hales Itlsi , , trled dollors; I hale white swann skins; I eae p.lilted kerseye; 2 bales heavy mixed Corldoita tereeay; I ba leuntilnihed c ova kersey. ISAA RI E o ISAAC BRIDGE k u)., jyll 134 Magazine stree FRESH FLOURK-8-I0 bbls landing and foo atte by IF G DOSISEY, 44 New Levee INIIELIIE INK-Just received, an additiotal auplly of very superior intlelihle ink for markinlg liten, &c., wanrranted a first rate article, flr sale by tile dozean or itsgle box,lby iAVID F1.L'I' & Co, j New Yurk Slatiolera' Hall, 24 24 Chartres street . ACOS SIDES--100i eoaa supe'r c'iucinli eured, i in store andil eor sale by G ItlltEiY, aug7 44 New Levee. H AVANA COI FEE--2540 bags prine, in store SLATER & TRIE.R, nug7 41 I'Podrr, tlreet -OAP--. 2.t0 oae No. I a.optbr-tad .,ame-sl ul, Slaending from brig Bunditto for sale by ISAAC BIll)t;E & Co, aig7 131 Magazine street. SECOND MUNICIPALITY. SERI; Ibrtaht to the Police Pound of the 2nd Municipality the I|llowin2 named aninals- One arce Pray marte end Colt. t)neeaonll Itn Lot. Thenoners nf.rii anniluale aera nrrlltedel to call to the ounad, prvt e property, an take ien avyI. - Al lAItiEIl, anlrll Cpetain o i tle Wte',L.I L a .te ames 6 an depiit de la 2de munichipuittle' Ianimaux suiane: Une grende jument haie aoec stn Sivant- ttn poulaia bht. L Y esprprietair nldedito ani msux ontp r6s de venir anu depot, prouver leaur propri ble, payer "ea frais,et emmener lendits animaux, 11 aoutn II 8 HARPER,Capt de ia Garde. W ERE brought to the Police Prison of the 2nd Municipality, the following named elaves, viza: HENRY, about 34 years aof age: says he belongs to Mr. Collins. ANDERSON, ahout 40 years of age; says he be longs to Mr. Edward Chiffie. CHARLES, about 20 years of age; says he belongs to Mr. Mondelli. JACK, aboutl 13 years of age; anys he belongs to Mr. Cregga. MARIA, about li or 17 years of age; says she be lbng to Mrs. Gormly. The owners of said slaves are requested to prove property, pay charges and take them away. H. S. HtARPER, jy31 Captain of the Watch. M NT . etnmenen Ala prison d I trcopepd e .i Al nicrpalla lo o enslaves s40ant., savoir: HR.NItY.ag6 d'environ 34 ane; se dit appartenir A M. Caltlis; ANDt RSON, ageg6 di'envairone 40 an; ditenppr . CHAR; ES, see d'envaron 20 asa; ce dii a; parln air A i blondeari. - "e JACK, agh d'environ 13 ans; se dit appartair It lI. Creggr. ICE--SA casks now landing Irem Cbnrleston, or sanleby S G BLA CIAIIAD, jyl2 31 Gravier street. rlO RENT-AH-Orge and airy office. well situated, WI end in the anst hesiness part of te city Terms. moderate. spplv to it. GIlEENE, at the Orleann Lithogrlaphic Uto aee, 53 Mtag ell street. jy24 SLET--The House situated on the corner of i Orange and Religious streets;apply to JD I EIN &c A COHEN, j.a24 o9 Caomon street. A Citrd. ORLEA S LITHOGRAPHIC FESTABLIBH. ME. T, 5:1 MAGA.ZINE STREET, OPPOSITF. B'Kxs AnRC E. W G'EFNEi rtnren his sineere telnks to hi rliead ant d the ciprblia of \ew tOirlaans, for the -patronnee hestowed on hi feor the last Ct o yearsano' cags leave th ,e tht all ondlh rs coc:A;icd Iti his charge shll bie pa'uacnllv c'tend d ct; he ill is usual, keep the office oaden during t',e uniamer, .al sl lll he olwa s real, to strike aoff ,erelant's eirca lar., bu inoess and address aerds, fu r tienlis.maps, ilano. and drawui.gs, of every de.,uriition, at the shertest notice, and on the mact reneaonale teras. Being nsislted by artists BOtperir to any lioter establis meat in the city and from lor ex rier s li the lithoraphic line, Ihe teela eofildent af giving entire N II Apothecaries and drlgerict' labels nearuterd in n golod style as eopperlnlate angraviin. and at one third of the expense. jr'!4 ALE t10 caska Itildelplia Ale, Abbol's brand, just received, and for .ale by J D BEIN & A c'OliElN, j.14 901 Commai street. X~lTAW; UN BOSTON- :lts, in Ruins to J suit purchasers, for sale by jv 4 STETSON & AVERY. S l'i:R 1 OII.--1O rankso wi.tere strined sperm oil, warrantet, for sale hv ISAAC BR::lIGE & Cao, f y24 134 a..zognin" +ttrrel. i'a4 134 \l_ aierzine stret. an assortmernt, for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE, A - C, itl 13 'irlnei nslr .t Mt Dt)lAN tE t INT-lii-rt u,' nt i iii, it",,,r,if IdIn, forsale bi REA I) 'aI;A l ' ,%W ) ALl. RIOPEa .'1Vl'\ N E-fro sle ia i) L \rlTEt ' rtllER, T ~lac. Ship l' t U vic l r eelsale by SLA'tI'tl & TRIEIR, u , a n d 1 d r l lt ra e a l tn s i a e n aicl al I vAN .- Ite .-i-fn ~." . 1. . .ij 4 Ilrl P. Idr n lree.l IEWING TOBACC.--fIca-l. hiv -I A LAlTINTEi & TR llIR, i l y4 .t _w-oa PoyIrV a stree .I Ii,, el -; ted t ,--ic eaas , nrp-ia erriyii l-oli s itp a t.vll g Itlrltil altl , t ie \A '-i-3., b lieslof l it w v, 0'. 'd pallic Aut ,llu- ,l, _ j)_ 4 9.1i t;n . lh ll, tirre. I ml S l ieaid st ran't rL'O IIIIIIIIIIa II, ,- ly to VL. \ i fli'IAN, jyl2 eanr ('crnp v ,. f onlltl -rets. ORLEANSI LITHOGRAPAIC OFFICE I4 TABIISHEl)D ISr lthe executi of mn ; -, :. I and drawings mireb Illu' chculrs, busnmcu- ,;a adche.s cards of ever, descrlption, flnere l ncil ,r , deep nlurning palper, s uiheeary unil dllleg,..l I, , bunk checks, drluv ieeiptla, &e.prlll -it it o, xie , t' . a cheap sid expeditiuons tyl , ti pt l)rlp, NiB. Bank Notes nl.Iv exectlledl. m4 PORTRAIT PAINTING. R. PA0KIl respectllulli ulII. lilthe Illbe that .ti he will remain a short ti e. Io New Orleanl ltr the plurpose of pniiting Ilrtlralis. Rolns corner of Ciall ind SI ClhaIIIce, ill hiC ,USe occupiedIv lParmly & Lyo, Denlists, whe a esecimens fi has painling can be aeen. Enlrlce in St 4 ('rlen iltrel.t. m8 I m g INF GUNS--1 fw fille du.ble barrel guns in S ster, for ale by SLUCK,..U o. jyi4 :Old L.evee. %, HISKEY, Flour and 'ork,illn SIle lor sale by It,2 _( I)()l{iSEY. 41 1ew Levee. I EM IN 1 Y1tP-Ifll boxenslemon syrup, laidilg J fromn ship Concord, and flr sale by J 'lIAY; , & Co. jy26 74 Poydras street. A L.L. iU bhugs Aullpie nl .ilrn, anll Ia le J 'II' .1 E Co, jy _ 74 Poadrer street. L A C l Nl--4Ilu .lthn. in sre, Illd II sale iby J I I'1111C .I & io, jy 6.. 71 I'l d*tras cr ct, .npt rliectcd (iir can. I, U D b i, r I';I", jy1ti 44 ,.icw Inetee. i )RIU1E--1(1 IBlgs tlI prille gren 'I Hav,:na Coffee Snow lranding Irue britg'l'.en I nkur, per Ilavnu na. for sal e by JOSEPII C)tCKAYNE, jy26 25 Grlvier str eet. PEIntI CANI I.Ed-51i Loxes, lhnlin gfre- ship , eull t solU by S ISAAC BItIlui;" & Co, jy4 1714 C.lgam.ine street. LUF'WRl-i-G INAK-Just reciveda s mall lot of Permanent llue writing Ink, warranled n su Ierior article; for sale by DAVI;) FELT & CO. New York Stationers Hall, j.2i 24 Chartres etreet Atl)-- al KegI Prilae Lef l.a Ln iio rltre, for i sneby LAYET A .a IEL.U aiG, Hug': 17 Comi, ern€ iT- Il'tE1F LiELWUISIAN FIRnSTJuICIAL DISTRICT CaOUr.P SI IOt l I) DHEItTY aiid JAMES P N ILE.a, v.. T'iir Creditors ald tile CrlditorI of 'P. I)u - elly & Co..o No. 16459--l'he Craeiion tie Petitioner'a ' llarteiy hlving been accepted by Ihe Chart, lir Ihe ene it l tIeilr (rediirs, ii is oildcrd ithat n meetillng of theini eud 'rediiorn du lako place ,t the .lici of il. ward iarlla, Kasq., N.otury Plilliu, on 'l'hrrsdav, the lith of Sepirae a et, ntilt n'ilc.,A. 91., iirtlie ar Ion faderliberalting n iho ioatisr . f sald lpetitiolns, and in the manruilne nll julical proceedinga againis thjeir preons and IprperUt, as ti. ile creditio rs Unli tioed in the schedule, an,*mtayed; Pan it s fIrther or dlred tclat .licn Fl.S. be appoinlcd to represent the absent erelilnre, in Iiss case. . itness the Hen. A. M1. LBuchanan, Judge of tie said court, this 4th day afAuguet, A. I). 14:1:8. 'I'HEO LEWIS, aug7-3tbm IDep'y. Cl'k. DUPON'Il' POI jIj.J. A CONSTANT supplly of tlupont's F and Eagle Powder kept on hand, or sale lv S LOCKE & Co. ang7 '22 Old Levree. ItuOPE & UOAKU i. LORTY Bales of Oakum nil 10 collils Manilla rope Sassorted aizee,just received and ior sale by S LOCKE & CO). aug7 '22 Old I.evee. WlIhOLESALE TIN WAitE. i..NUFA'I'OItY, tI I.OCKE & CO., Ne. 112 Old Levee, iave in I. store, of their own nsuunacturc, a large ann en. teneivne assortment of tin ware, lwhich al ,y inite deal ers in thle trade to enanmine; alaso 211 Copi r, ugar ahoue ski.nmers; 250 do. Saugar Ladles; 21 dna. Cplper sigar lamps; 7 Bath tubs. aassortled sizesn; 31 gross assorted sized n'ofte Griigbe. N. B--lloofsofhbuldings coveredei t t zinc,. clp er te lit. Copper and till gutlers ptt uii on in i.horti-t nollce. "in 7. PORK-T200 bbllerime M U elk Inml v. pluutdera fir sale by G t IO.OsE., augi 14 New a'evee. OF EVERY DEeSRIPTION, SPEEDILY, HANDSOMEILY AND CIIEAPLY EXECUTED AT THE OPFICU OF THE True EImerfcan, ST. CHARLES STREET, NEAR POYDRAEL m23 I , INE & PORTER B(Trl'ILES-50 gross wino and 10 gross porter battlers, for sale by ltI.MES & MILLS, jygl Bank Alley. SCOTCIi AI.F.-72 cesks Scotlch ale, (qusart--a pintsll for sale by HOLMES & MILLS, jyt21 asnk Alley. SARPENTEI' Flau Extract of Sarsaparilta ,J and all other Carpenter's Preparations, receiveo lately by !1 IIONNABEL, jyl2a car Tclroepitoulas & Natchez sIs. r L TiTEWPAW aE t r srecre rdm ithe r anyi wine Mills, i cases supmsfne blue letter paper jrare very low priced 10 eases superfine white lette paper, d' ; 2 cases thin pink letter paper, 4 eases supe, lie pack.t pot large tie; 2 ases rupersfine letter asserted colrular2 eas supearfin octavo assorted a.lurs' for sale, whlNrhde and otalil, by D FELT & Cu· New York Stationere' Hall, jyil 24 Charmt streetis rt I Ni'--Possessioo given gle jt1ditly, the F Hste on tA Boat Rail Road near the lai Shore. lTile two Pavilions in Batlh, nleur the Nel t)r:lo.nr and 'Ilhville Rsil RoRd. S'vleral RIome Its the ar hlouse of the Bath Rail Road Cokmpany. Far thie iaetiularse apply to m BONNABEL, jy'21 reror Naelehz & Telouptroulas ItS. I.it IIoRNT-Thre hnloe and Gordenll Tlping Hprby's I Aeadelny, on Tivoli Circle contoing six raoma with kitclten, pantry, and nut-hauses, &e. Apply to JARVIS t ANIIDREWS, jy 21 e1rner Tehoupitoulas & Common streets. FORU'TY DOLLARS REWARD. ANAWAY from the erubshriber filteen days ago, the Negrr Giirl IUCY or I.JCINDIA. She i. strong aiod well luilt, speaks El glis anrd asmoe broke FrenAh; hier akin s net very dark. She was owned by Mr. Troagrad, then by Mrs. Clerk, in Poydr- street,. who sold herto her present master. Sene has bee seen five dys ago, in the looer part of the cily,aad Sunday blere last she expenrdedl tile wlhole da. is brick yard, olor to the race. round. H BIN NABELa jy2l corner Natchez s, d Tcholpitonlauast. I EAF I.ARIDn-il11 kLegs su.perior article, ian fa L hipping order, and for solo by G ')ORSEY, jyel Y Now Lerse. - IIIS-KY-75 bbls rectified whikiey, lending Sfrom steamrboat Hslrnnial, .i' do, i stoare, for tale by LA I:1' & AMEI.UNG, jy2l 17 Comnrtre sltree "-.UI'PlNti IN.-'lYrU:ENT;-,·, lc.--A s~plJdy SCuppIinO Instruiensc, PRIEa et rPump Synagea and etoelch Pu.n s, atmll of tew most iLtproved der cr:i' ton, terevived by Ithe suelttlers. .';o, Comlrgee aouter, BIalm of Co'rlHumbie, Ward'. I]rir lill, Finet irni,, N.ail tod tooth Brushbeo mo. &e. if 'IGC.I.ES .l Ct, 411 Canal streat. '1 t0 ntl --A ;\ilrtl . W roe.,n a fir-t rate washar, Sironer, and excrllent rcook, for a small family. Apply to ItEESE & D'LANGE, jy19 18 Camp street , ITErERA C Il.)lSt-eefaves Son's superior water colire in ltxes, oine, two, three and four rows; warrnrted genuine; also, a fine assorneant of German aud 'T'uo sarl; also, Ituddlcton & Sewall's I rawing I'Pencils; s lew very euperir sablle and camel'a lrhair liru hes frr sale by DAVIID FI:I.T& CO.. New Y'.rk and Mtationer's H.II. ij31 '24 Chartre street. A.,IA FOI, I.tt'TTITIl WIITlIR-Jost received. L ,n elegant a.rrturlrel ortf lMatfoltd Letter Wrt. tero, some half bounrl, lor the Counrtilng Ilouse, and somele olrliy dollte ll ill leor,:cl, rases with backs for ttravllitg, a very useful ad ortvenrrritrt article, for atle ly " I) I*I.,1Tl & CO., New lork troad Ststioneri Hall, Jy31 24 1 'lrterlr struel. EA F -Lt I RI1 I 'll .en s, t fire s ipisglll .t r, . ulr : itr qn..l t0,.t tte .andrIa, fr sale b e V 5, ltt.ik.Y ja3l 44 New Iseve, LIii'IOi A ,t FURNITURE WARUROOKU 3-', dien Ili aitore. 5, IIIIAIM It. CAIt.\ES, (fotrmrlv of the firm of I Ifht l& t'Urue,) vouhl FespeeI.lllly infirm his iii.',do undthep pollb Ithat hie coUoltantly receivingl frolll P lo / r.. rol IIllona rooel assortment of Fur. illllot', .Blell ud II ntersdelmOV this, fm, I ldt lee ma. pie Id , 11,it r t i t (hirs, m p le aend cheIIrry bedtealde, rhIohg.in (:d chrry tableh of all description., bu. iretlU, rIlltrlP, lclriLLary',I wrtlri dllks, woordroUes of IIollhlul Iad l.hrrv, wash a'undo, lookking gIIases, Nil. F'url ure packedl for trmneportation with great core. jre p. lllrcha d by NATII'l. 'I'O-1\ NisD J:Exchlrn4e Ilote,, iirvier ret et \I" li\ Fl:ED iiIl.1 ARS Itik; ARD F LiO thie aop)I 'ho ,bnion of lth peson, r person who IIh nIt Y ,. my Y olb, olll hi, way fLroo Ili" city 0 I, atn h I.. i, uastr, L II 'i 1VWOOfl i0, i thie ci? " \c~ 1;r i 0lh:l en , .I r 0I interoni ioi tha it w ill lend to th c, i., ,, the prl,,rnu,, ,,hrrrl. j21.r3t Ii ll \o o loAskw iii g oto. orll r, oil board. l A ,Nep.t.ju, hl)l le t UrgsslFreF l whar for are by " .. A..I' IIIXEI ', Jy 1 b hl u o. l. o.lo husIr treett. io II FT 1:T 11'." ' 11.8m'. ii t IW- i(ore and 1'J 'ierrl , owo l n hiIII, IIr Sala low, by J.Lt ll'r & tAollH llO, j y_ n i Cl . o m mne r & Tol splI IO 8ll 'l ' h tol lat a t nple' " 11 ,e I. I'n .in ~en, Itooe Oint Jll _t; 'l)" t("{llll]o l tIolor Tudot llotoule it. I 'I'1 I:"1.' t 1 i: l'l; l.lyJ lifLN D iU'"'iW t, - , lho e. blo, l llr a inl, SII ' i l l , 1: ha Nw Yr t . tll inrst Hae l, .rrels enokd tonglue r .ro oivpe olo hiplhl ntsillle, Inob ho 1ro' n Pepo. "oM ILLARD. *iar le by Jur t1.Sioe jULID CAP & IFI'Il PAPE Il -Oo Iendr,t it lhrge lo Sourorltrt ot low or,oedad d ver) Up.tio rle alt White, Wover i0d le l. Lod Cp Band or Paper, for stae by DA Il) FEtIT &Co, New York ltationerr' Hall, jitl 24 'hartrms street. .oLW Otii.ENS & It ISllEILLE RAIL ROAD It L IS 'I0 I Mt'ATNTCHI NUN~oDniYS Ti I0 e . From lireof. From Bath. 6A.M. 7A.M. 9 do. I do. mAn. I. w iP. M. 'l he reot of the e dek. Flro n Dep l ot. From aleth i l A. NI. III P. ,1. 12 t. 2 i0 M. 4i' it- . 6'P. N. Nt. l.-i'roonu wiohing to go or the I 'ruariea o do sto as faras the roa.d eotelld n lwUt a o flr.tr lg. kowledlge onilor odhi l s ouooic , nd htohereaod for. JA.11iRN IL. C .LiWhI.L, jo 26- -lit Pt eidem, qI)Uit.IlI toi. thin ay, ihottn'a Goouideal Dire. r.. orof.'co.,W 00htu oird lolyrhtl;flbr oale by iA:VID FE LT & Co. S N ties or 1111,24 Ch artre e t. ciJr, 1 t, i 1e ,.V lIMn o Ifw-5l0 pe Kent uckyo e a lb ggd g; i ll oils Io bUale roe, in story and for. erle, ,s ~l ilK rite s BIIO'I'HElltS, Sll.I' 6t. lmp eteeet. I1.E .ORlRHOlDS. AY'S LINIMENT.-No Fiotion.--Thisoe... For tUrollr ly Chratu lli ontupordiofrt bsretiont. of Ocitnoe, and the iuentlooto, eloebroted mondi.. col mon, tho tntroduotoon of which to the publie wa itveoted wil tho t esouimrthy of a deathboed Ioqutest, hua oboec gottnd a reputation unprallele o . Iully euatlerniAg tel correctnes of the lavmented die withtuot gnvine, to pontority tie benuofit of hie knowledge o0 tU.i urljct," and he therefore. baqueonioe d to ertod ot atttdnt, Solomon It is now tred in thu prttctpal hospitole, and. the privtet pr'n:ttcn io out coutttry, first and soot rertotol iy I;r ilt ista ; of the Plues, and so elten. tvely I;id rf c'uolly nas tu bln credulity, unles where its efl'"ea .tr witncssed Externally in the, folioWltn. collploites: For Drn sy-Creating extlrordiuary assorptior ' st niIe,. All Swellings--Reducing them in a few hrhour. Rllheutuatism-Acuto or Chrontc, giving qniek Sore Thront--By Cancers, Ulcers or Coldis. Croup iltd Whluootng Coughl--Eztranlly, and over the CIheIt. All BruiM.e, Sprains., ad Burnn-.Curing in a few Ihours. Sores and Ulcers-Whrether fresh or long etondilg, and levor sores. Its operations upon adults and children in rednq. 'I ing rtheumalic swellings, and loosening eougllhstaol tighttero of cthe cheat Oy relaloAtion of othe p fI has beet surprising beyond conception. 'Lp eommon remark of tihose whit have uned NI i.tlp Piles, io r It acts like a cllorn." THIE I'ILES-The price, : l is er..,104 ~h at person who will use a bottle of lay's tojoaim-s tbr the Poles, atd return the empty boilsle ·ibhosA beiltg cured. 'hose are the poititve orders of tbi proluelour to the Agent.l; and u.t of mir91 th01A sandtd old. not ono hl been t,.ttosuefl. W' ,night insert certifates to.t an balengllu. t prelfer that lthoe whto sell the acliell should e0 hlibht tile origitol to pOelbs.sre. CAUTION-None coan be geouine without a oplootld osgrovrld wrap per. on whihl is Intoy Iname, Und nlso hoot ofheO AgeltIt. SOLOMON HIIAYS; Sold wholesale and retail, by COMS'I'OCK & Co., Now York. and by one Druggist in vervy owll iU to Unioll. Fo.- o al by tile WthoIeOlu AgIooU. corner of t'otoouo & Tchoupitolae sIreot, es 4 by th% Apollthroriee geoerolly. '' jell hI'OL1"U~irs .IIUIJ'4

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