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NOTICE. lHE Unparnrsehll , heectilore exi-ting in thiu city I etween thie nublriber., under the firm of Lane. .Wyck' e rCo.,b in New Tork, Inidlnw A Co., and in atbele, Alien., Vatn Wyck, Liidlaw & Co., is dileol wed hy Uintunt coUnelt. lJohn Laidluw, Peter N. Vain Wrycl, ard mlll T ri W.. Van Wiirk n utlhurrcd to uae trI nams lto tile film in liquidation only. JOHN AIDAI)WV, ANIKDEW LANE, PET: R S. VAN WVYCK, w THOM&AM W. VAN W Ki'CE, New Orleans, Mug. 18lh, 138. CO-PAlT-' ElIS llIp. The euhbeieribr have Ifrued a cpattnrerrlilp it hilleite ,arte, tieirRm of Van Wick *C., a.d it 51 L ak undelr the tirtl rt'.Jrlin Laidlaw - 4.u. JIWIiN LAII)LAW, PI'Ei'Elt t. VAN WI'CK, T1ii31AS W1. 'A, W 1YCK, nugtl-137. . SIME--5li Cnks landilng f.l:o hip ('ihrles ti SThaemllton tier, rbelow I atail road,for sule by a &J P WII''Ni1;', uupll8 (CTti El N.ol'l E. 1: l 1LlIAM IIOCKET .%I MICIHAEL EGAN, i atlprmsoni i tlheti.iav. re Ieqllu ltd to call at he ofice Of tlre 'Trixuii ('il;ullul. NATI'II'. TOWNSEND, aug17_ QTA'E OF L.OIISA.IANA, Penria ',.rt, oifihe iur,, irh and (-'it. ,luf w Orltllriu Preselt the lilnr arable Char es lMauriaal, Judge.-No. 1t62i7, J R Pi'. teall, ve. His Crelitlor. On IlOletiir illrfM. (einrer, at. norey of MintreaeI. Louie arerllr Iilarchai.e, wife ot Ahnhera Mare toe ll if inu erclitrs .failrad itv.n, " adhrting in the court that Jaroe. NlI'El.rv tie i, It die nplmeie d by lhe crendirra of said ina;lvelt, at a aeetiB gahree o d run wre H Ii (oC1nn El., tltilrlv pll le, aui 711 ilt da" ofApril, 17P, hI. liritially derlined Lo..p llaid blyndichlkp; It is ordered by tire llt, that sanier nertinc of elid rredlitorn takhe ilancr O turday, 'he tnh idanv of ltlltetr r oirxt, at the fince fH Ceals Feq., 'notary piAblc , teen ald tlhel to dellb8erte or. tIh atitlir oft tie raki insolvrnl. atrectl ironul tie ilinutea-lCerL's O)ffrce. A 31 GI;ViI0. augl8--m838 Clerk. A . 'AT tur. LA Lt.J NEW-GRoLrt doe 'iroirse .Ijpour a rtltirete et Vi'lle de In Nollvelle onrln- Pre.uet I'llun. Clnr:ee Mnttrian, jugs--No 1t,67t- J Putmrnm mrnre ee er(-tuneiera-nur motion de Mr Grenier, avoent de madane Louait e Euedni.e Aeiac:i. e,ltpeure do Atraham tr.e, tin dra rerianeier dudit lauoaslbler, i,ruvant I eotlr qua Janie il erEinv, ie eyndia nomnk pur ic er.irn ieru Ir r 'ineloaible a ltti euarmblho leare pirdevant H I1 (l'nua, ot. pub, . 7 avrl8 18i, Ia tormrelleaent relel li d'ancepitl re evrli cant ileat dcrl, pihare Ia.ur ta i'r llttte e dInelttel cile• r.eacirri uras lien lloerli I it de i rn ltl ire pro hiaan blrtn toe H l t'cons, tlot oub, l inter dlib.. rer sat las .[firra dadit indUllollhe-aFxtrait d,, mlinll la--Bureanu do (irerfr, ia rout ip:r8. 18 out A AI: iiU1'Ol.,Grell.r. T Kii 1'a;-rio0 bole in Dlore, foir .al hby V augl8 ti tI(liSEY, IlNel~r LCre.. S .-.LOUR,.-I15 iba in rtlre, fur role by Ii I inRSEY, nngl8 44 Nrlw rice .in store nid for t lo e Iy G IiOI''j, auglI 44 N.w I.ever. s " U--+I Tiret are rtl n ot lire, llnmion hilllm I AAYET A A tELtNG, art iulr.tl 17 CotmelGrce r t oLbS$E--d0 bb'i mol.e.re in taore, fir eale iy LAYc.'I' & AtIELUNO, atit tR 7 Coir aerce stret. at , u--tltt hlitda Cllleiniraiti baon aitdN, in Iuoral S forBaleby I.AYET & ABIEIIG NG, nugll 17 Comnmerce treer. 0 bAYOIAI t1 . N. aEW l)iL.Ek2a. rt HE pricof teith floilr to-dau in $7 ,0t ien?. or.hl, L intiong to rite tarlff tile llukIrr shall ve Lr uii. IoIC tIu ebnintg wemk, (froer Mcallemn-, 4-i111 inet.,) 37 llitilrce fhrlead for abitt. ilreil of tile erond qu8aitlv le ri quired to wmigh 25 Iror cent. incr. ore.: 46t nthnrot. C. (tENUIO, All.t or. aug. 18. 1838. 1i.-7inR i-i9fa- erli--Un bo al .rl.perioriasort. i net of RPewre a idOl,' euiOriltr nlter col r hI h.e," of 1+, 2,3 & 4 rows; Wa alu'i emplrilo drawing pqper, olfall ciaes, from medium lf aid 23 it tlta to lltiqllirian 31 anid Si' inclhe; alro, vrsv ritpe elrtariltutl Imrrdc, Cnrml'ae hirail cnhle lirulha,+ India Ink, Itrla rubl er, I, ad Ietitl..i. e. Fir talc by It FEI. & tO nitl8 N I Stntioter'e Hall 1I Ctliartres. iK l'A.- ---(hl lband o auleriar lot of lnkstanula IN connisting ofn strilely of plain tit rot eiicr, l.trg ;' ;,rbeadt0tII liamau's larent counring house pewter Ink S' bl,, tmt fanny of a vurinty t f pntierna. Alio, ".ltiuirld a.norertant ofbronze Ink eritalirher, some re Sy eiepsl for alae ir I FEIIb T & C'O, 0ti ?L4 Y Satainaer'e Hrll, 24( Chatertre. . + awn rtl I, t'A llil-r-ullnc recePived 15e.arailntor ,.i dAlum printing paper, oe verry low priced, aild Un n+7 See a quality, for tale by IFELT 8.. Co, sull8 N Y ,tationer's lall, 24 Chbarur ri+' A raomfirtahle omall dwellillg in lnrontie ,i ailtret, betnweri Urier end Comrinte. Suilts `,i.k Itda furs small femily; Enquitre at 26 Tchoup tA strcet. A"il, iJUi &. oHIo FU, Ds, rtim n.. ito .J I , I S NATHi'L TIIWNSEND, js Exchauoge Hotela Gray et i. -,;i --.la" casak a To raai, Lime , i lat, arid ,5ils bewahb CrIIAKE & DIXEV, .j." Cse"ummboua. trert. in eoroal h amid tdiael bbeealltle L to di ent aer UW. lle bj U.KEAD &Al t+-TOW. t"t' r. P ii Gcaior street. . eloa. . d latlp,ofratrionl , h lA and q sli by ISAAC BRDIDE & CO. argil 134 "aeut .,e reci L eilo frm brigCarolin, pld for sale I . _ UVI H GAI.E, W9 (93 Conmon strlret. -t a t f Itblt. N o . 3 -la ec er el. !iii fI`l -,dlld4,Hiaio, sale by ".S-Et-N &' AVERY, 4.a-,m•-, 88 (ileter Fcre o Wjo.e. No4 . b ebxt ,.,ht skt. ,i ft13lHorse, oII 7n eti Juwll reeI. * : li re d Je4 heavy t& .r S bri.. r rtoman. Frnarl (i ,r, a rl," .TtrE i ON AVERY. il Grittier ruts Ze .fe'N, . ,, ,ter tom`1+, ,11;' Y; " Stit3ateig A at oCont". WuonsAon. 15th August 1838. The council met on the following call of the Mayor. Moyoralty of New Orleans, 15th August, 1838. To Mr. John Giheon Secretary of the Couneil ofthe Id Municipality, Sir, At the reqnest of four aldermen, Messrs E. Yorke, Ed. WV. Sewell, John Nixon and Thou O. Menx, I invite you to convene an extraordinary meeting of the Council of the Second Municipa. lity for this day'at 4 o'clock, P. M. I have the honer, respectfullyto be, C. GENOIS, Mayor. Present, Hoe. Joshua Baldwin, recorder, Alder. men Caldwell, Gloyd, Meux, Nixon, Petrrs, New. ell and Yorke. Mr. Whitney absent on leave. The Journals of the 31 JoLy and of the 7th and 14th instant were read and approved. A message of the Mayor under date of the 7th instant, was read. returning to the council with his objections, the reeo ution of the 3st July, appoint. ing Ili ery Delnis, to sign municipal notes for the Comptroller, and also the resolutions autbotrmng the payment of the balance doe to John Minturn for paving in the bonds of this Municipality at 25 years. On the first ubhjeet, on motion of Mr. Peters, Resolved, that this council do persist, notwith standing Ihr objections of the Mayor, in its resolo. tion of the 31st July. autlhorising Hilary Denis to sign the emall notes of this Municipality for the Comnptroller. On, motion for the adoption of this resolution the yeas and nays were called fort Messrs. Caldwell, Gloyd. Meux, Paters, S.woll and Yorke voted in the affirmative and Mr Nixon in tihe negativer so the resolution was adopted. On the second subject of the Mayor's letter, on motion of Mr. Peters, it was unanimously Resolved, That this Council do persist, sotwith. standing the objections of the Mayor, in its roeo lntions of the 31st July, authorising the emission of the balance due him for paving. The weekly statements for the 7th and 14th Angust were enthiitted. The first shewing the re. ceipts since the last week to have tnmounted to 819,101 63, issue of Municipal notes 411,575; ha. lance $19,211 87; balance last report $24,921 91; expended $17,879 96; notes redeemed. That of the 14t, received since 7th 27,968 Gli issue of notes 8$.850; balance $3,586 85; balance last report $19.212 59; expended $15,11S8 62; notes redeemed 84 25. The Receiver laid before the Conncil a petition nd oitation issued by the Parish Court, at the in. stance of the Now Orleans and Carrollton Rail Road Company vs. Municipality No.2, which was referred to the attorney. A communication from the Surveyor reporting the result of the adijudications of the filling up and tmbanking the wlharese and levee. The following securities were accepted for pere Sions of said adjrlications, for John Tohin. James Daverin; John McGloin, L. U. Gaiennie. The re fmainder of the communication was referred to the committee on Streets and Landings. A communication from the same officer, under date of the 7th instant was referred to the satme committee. A contmunicarion from the Comptroller was laid upon the table. Mr. Thoumas B. Harper was accepted as the se. curity of S.rgeant J. L. Winter. An account preneuted by V. Cuvillier and one of Kip, Reed & Co. were referred to the Finance coommittce. A communication from loeok and Ladder Conm. patty No. 1 was read, and on motion of Mr. Yokeo, laid on the table; and the rules being dispensed with it was on motion of the same gentleman, Resolved, That all appropriationa heretefore made by this Council to Hook and Ladder Com. patty No. 1, be withdrawn, and the same are hereby rescinded and withdrawn. A petition Ireom the Philadelphia Fire Company, No. 14, was read and referred to the fire committee. The followiag petition Irom, John Mioturn, was read, ordered to be published, and referred to the police committee. To the honorable the Recorder and Members of tile Council of" the Second Municipality, Gentlemen-lt being necessary for me to erect a stram engine to complete my cotton press, bounded by Itchards, Annunciation, Constance, and Market streets. I have respectftily to request permission to put up the same. Very respectfully, your ohd't, N. O. Aug. 15, 1835. JNO. MINTURIIN. A second petition Irao the sanne gentleman, pro. posing to contract for paving 20,000 yards round itone on Magazinp street, and 25,000 yards with tastone hblock, referred to the colmmtittee on streets and landingis. A petition of S. High, referred to the coammtittee oi strn:ets and landings. A pietition of the inhabitants of Dolor street and vienlilty against tthe erection ofa steam press; re. terred to the police committee. IThe rIb lllowog memorial was read and ordered to be Ipultihed. To the lonorable the recorder and council of Mlraticipality No. 2. 'Ihle uendreigood, proprietors and residents of the vicinity of St. Mary's Market, respeutf'uly repre. slct; that they have perceived with pleanurs that your honorable body have purchased theI triangular lot at the junction of Annunciation and Tchoupi. toulans trouet for the purpose o cerecting thereon a vegetable market, which the rapidly increasing wants of the populstion will. soon require; and believing that no time should be lost in erecting said market, and that it will immediately when finished, produce a revenue nmuch more than sufficient to defray thejinterest on the outlay:-they respectfully rureuest ti council to cause the anme to be conm. men:ced forthwith, so that it may be finished by the firrt of January n.xt. The undersigned having understood that doubts existed whether thie revenue fiom the proposed irket would be sufflicient to sanction its immediate construction, hereby bind and obligate themselves to tihe connecl that said market will rent for at least the sum of five thousand dollars per annumn, if con. atructed on a plan similar to the Poydraw market anid provided the saate be finished by the first of January next. The council will perceive that this sum after paying the interest on the bonds given for the laimd, will leave n2,600, or about 18 per cent on the estimated cost of the market house per annum, or nine per cent on 4he whole cost of land and building. Relying on tie enlightened zeal which guides your honorable body in all matters connected with the p+,blic good,-the undersigned indulge the hope that their proposition will be acceded to, and will ever pray, &e. &c. * E A Sitkens, Wm Evans, C Theod Buddecke. Fred Valentin, Jedediah Leeds, John Leeds, John Kellar, D 8 Peabody, Charles Dlaniond, Robert lreakey, Lewis F Bundy, Henry Lathrop, John B Atkens, Robt Douglass, Jona Alston, E E Parker, Jaies O'Rourke, William Spencer, J B D Voisin, James Jolls,Jonn Dunn, H B Kenner, W 11 Brown, Abraham Krail, Wm Simon, Thomas Fitawilliam, Sidle & Stewart, W McCawley, J Berry, Nathan Nichols, M Robitaille per F Yaqutendo, Charles F Hoezy, J B Walton, E L Tracey, II W Palfrey, It II Irunet, Burthe, David Adeum, Charles A Juwles, J J hall, Jas I Leverich. W\hereupon Mr. Peters introduced the following resolutiona: or iuntio tihe rules were dispensed with, and on nmtion for the adol.tion, the yeas and nays were called for. Meanrs. Caldwell, Gloyd, Mteux, Peters, Sewell and Yorke, voted in the affirmative, 6 ayes, and Mr Nixon in the negative, one. nay. 1 Reislved, that the proposition ofChs Dimond, I E Parker, Jedcodih Leeds, John IKiler, D F Ilurthe, J Berry, J It Leverieh and others, to guan. ranitee tihat the projected vegetable market, at the juncton of Thloupttoolas and Annunciation streets shall lease for $.,(000 per annum, be and tt is here. by accepted. 2. Resolved, that the surveyor he and he is hereby required to iake a plan and estimate of said pro jeoctd tiarket, and to submit the same to this coup. cil at its next meeting, for its approval. t 3. Be it fatrther resolved, that the surveyor be and lhe is hereby authorlsed to give notice for proe posals to erect said market and to furnish the iron eolumnns end other iron work that may be nees sary for the same; the whole to be done in eonn formnity with specifieations made by tim surveyor. The market to be finished by thie Ist January next. The proposals to be received until the let Tuesday of S, ptlmber next, when they will be acted on by the couocil. A petition was read from sundry inhabitants praying that Magazaine street be paved from Delord to line of Lafayette. Mr. Yorke moved that the prayer of the peti tionors be granted; on motion to diapcnse with the rules to take the subject into consideration was lot; it was then made the order of the day for next meeting. Mr. Peters as chairman of the finance eommittee presented tile following resolution, which the rules being dispensed with were everally taken up and adopted. Resolved, that the comptroller be, and he is hereby authorised, to adjudidate to the highest bidder, without hmts, aend in conformity with existing ordinances, the following named stands fur sale of oystere One at the feet of the following streets, to wit: Canal, Gravier, Poydras, Gird, Joha, Delord and' Rofinete street; one at the corner of Market Square and New Lves street; one at the extension tl Nuns street and the Lvnee. lie it forthec reolved, that it be made a condi. Lion of the odbdication, that all the oyster shells hblouging to i lseses of the respaplive stands be sold totnh Mneyor of the munieipality at twenty. five oents per barrel, R-selved, tlag the sum of two thousand dollars Ice paid to Jeih Koellar on account of iron column and other castng furnished by him for the Poy. css marbet. .,yJ` Rleaolved, that the sum of five hundred dollars -e advanced to D II Twogood, on account of the wood pavement now making by him on Caronde lot street. Resolved, that the sum of one hundred and *twenty.nioe dollars be refunded Mr. E. Yorke for watchmen's rattles, bought by him for the use of the night watch of this municipality. Mr. Caldwell, chairman of the committee on Streets and Landings made the following report, aecompanied with the annexed resolutions, which the rule being dispensed with were adopted. Reperl of Comnmiteen Btre eta and Ladieges. The petition 6f Wia. Dewoods and others coum. plaining of oppression and tyranny on the part of J. R. Butler, wharfinger, in the execution of the I0th:;ect. of an Ordinance approved 14th May 1836, has been taken into consideratiou. Where. opon your committee is of opinion that Capt. But. er in carrying into effect said 10th see. has done no more than Ilis sworn duly obliged him todo, and that if any tyranny or loppression exists, it can only he chargeable to the ordinance and not the of. fleer who was bound to see its exeuotion.' Your committee further state that it has came to their knowledge that apart of the complainants did, con. trary to the ordinance, and knowing that several cargoes of tobacco could not be removed in conme. quoene of the disorderly manner in which their cotton was landed, continue to oecupy the land. lag for. 7 days, to the manifest injury of itizens whose produce could not be removed for the pre. I vions illegal occupation of said Dewoods and others o your petititners, which rendered all approach to said preduce impracticable. Your committee are of opinion the Capt. J. N. Butler is free from the charge of tyranny or op. pression, and your committee continue to have a high opinion of his integrity and intelligence in the discharge of his public duties. Your committee therefore beg to be discharged from the further consideration ot this subject. Resolved, Thatthe resalution of the 10th July for the laying of granite block pavement be so far amended as to read instead of ,*St. Charles street between Girod and Julia streets" Gravier street, between Tchapitoulss and Magazine ste. Resolved, That Mark Cox now acting as com. missary of the latture under the temporary ap. pointment of the Surveyor, and sanctioned by the committee on Streets and Landings, be confirmed by this council and that Ilis salary be fixed from the date of his appointment, at sixty dollars per month. JAMES II. CALDWELL, SAMUEL J. PETERS. Rptolved, That the Surveyor be, and he is here. by authorized to adjudicate to the 'lowest bidder, after ton days notice in the English and in French, in two newspapers of this city, that furnishing of all the timber required for one year from the date of adjudication, for bridges and ether municipal works, rxclueive only of the timber already can. tracted to be furnished for tim wharves. The wooeed to be sawed cypress of good quality, free of sap and without flaw of any kind, and to be delivered five days after the Surveyor or his Deputy demands it, and in such quantity or quantities as either of these ofilcess eiay require it. In case of negligence or non compliance, the surveyor or his deputy, to procure the required timber at cost and risk of the contractor. The contractor to furnish satisfactory security in the sult of $1000 (one thousand dollars) for the faithful perfbrmance of his contract. Mr. Yorke, chairman of the Fire committee, made the subjoined report accompanied with the two annexed resolutions, which the rules being dis. pensed with were adopted. Tihes Fire comnmittee to whom were referred the petitions of various fire companiei beg leave to re. port the following resolutions: Resolved, That the engine offered to this muni. cipality by Fire company No. 2, be purchased; pro. vided tit same can be bought for not exceeding $800, and that said engine be kept as a reserve on. gins, and shall be uuder the charge of the Survey. or and be loaned by him to any of the fire cotm. panies of this Municipality whose engine may be out of order. Resolved, That $250 be appropriated to purchase a tender for the Protection Hose Carriage. All which is respectfully submitted, E. YORKE, SPENCER GLOYD. Mr. Nixon, chairman of the Police committee, made the following report, which en motion was adopted. REPORT. The committee of Police to whom was referred the petition of Mosers. Waterman & Burgess and others beg leave to report, That they are of opinion that the existing ordi. nances tully provides for the removal of the nui. sance complained of, Wherefore your committee pray to be hence discharged from any further con. sideration of said petition. JOHN DIXON, EU. W. SEWELL. The Recorder appointed the following otauding comnmittees: Finance-Moners. Peters, Nixon, Hall. Streets and Landings-Caldwell, Peters, Sewell. F re Yorke, Gloyd, Sewell. Police-Nixon, Locket, Whitney. C.aims-Lucket, Sewell, Moux. tealth -Meux, Whitney, York. Mr. Nixon introduced the following: Whereas the council, by their resolution of the 26th Juine last, in granting the use of the Poydras street market to Mr. John Brandt, have reserved to themselves the right of amending or regulating the same whenever they may deem it expedient; and whereas, the public have a better right for the use of their own property in that market until the same be rented or farmed out to the highest bidder. le it therefore resolved, that the resolution of tihes Gth June last, granting the use of the Poydras street market to Mr. John Brandt be repealed; that the Poydras street market be declared a free market from and after the let of September next, to the 1st of January next, for the sale of fish, meat, vegetables, and that the commissary of the first ward It charged to preserve order therein, by assigning the stalls and tables for the present cc. cspants, and of those that are unoccupied, one for hie own use. On motion the rules were dispensed with and the saoe taken in consideration. After some discus. sion, on motion of Mr. Peters to seject, the yeas and nays were called for; Messrs. Gloyd, Meux, Peters, Sewell &"Yorke voting in the affirmative atid Messrs. Caldwell and Nixon in the negative; so it was rejected. On motion of Mr. Nixon, ordered that the Mee. saga of the Mayor under this date be published, On motion the Council adjourned to Tuesday next the Slot August 1838, at 5 o'clock P M. JOHN GIBSON, secretary. IPOi'r OU' NEW ORLEANS. CIEARANCES. Ship Hult.ville. Cornall, New York, Sloin 4 Clsn iBark Mary. Nickerson, Baltimore, G Bedford cEbr Rihoord, lbheon, Atchafrlaya, Master ARRIVALS. SOotem towtoat Post Boy, Haerotma, from the Ptr.a. Her. nothing oit i.iht in the omig or in the ri Yor. Sbip Arkansas, Dennis,94 dayo from New York. to H O Amto...Cargo, assorted rode. chr Edgl., Slidoll, 6 da.y from Tampico. in ballast, to masler. chr lomprial, Barlow, 16 days from Savannah, to J A Isrrll] & co. Sttamer Geo. Collier, BDlthoover, from t Louis. Steamer Levant, Lturott, from Rayou Oara. Steamer Velocipede, CIloborne; from Naot:htoheob. tleaamorChillicothe, Carlisle, from Paducah. Steamor Girffe, Rwder, frm Pare.goufa. Steamor Chillicothe, Carlills, from Paducah. TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. rI t1lE above r.ward will he paid for appr henion o " the Lu, -IARRY, aged about twenty years, ive ret oive or six iches high; good lookig and blackh Ioe; be tabcondcd himtelf yertrday from toe oubocriler, o-. 15, 8ozette ;troet. Li'Capt to. oft voosels and oth a are forwarped not Ilo receive or harbor hint, under the otrictlet penalty of the law. l.. R. OAIENNIE, al--.t $,5 DE ILELOoPE gE. I'ART! marron de elito le souasign, le nogro Harryy 5 pied. 5 on 6 pouce de lauteu0, ogi d'eniron260.ans. Harr Iaploartetlai lnnt p i lremeremet i 51. Biohn 0t ensuite & .6. Le Bringior, lndite recompense . era payt e p our son arreototion ou It loger don. auouooe des geolea. La eopitaineadoe lteaux a vapeur et untres, sout pri6s no o: poinot le reeevoir, 0e0s 1s peintl lpoCee por In lei ats tolo eao, a4-6 L It GAI.NNIE, 6 rue 00oette PRIVATE BOAROING HOUSE, Removed from 17 Customa ouse St. TO NEXT DOOR ToSr. CIARLES THEATRE, CORNER OF POruRAo & ST. CnARtL.S STrarT. 3. Rd. ANDERStON tenders bor eomtplihoents to J.. tih public and her friends, and informs them tlot Rho has removed from her former stand to a mor civeot ient, healthy aod beautiful oeo, on St. Charles strent, next door to the Theatre of that name, and near the corner of Poydrao street, where she will be happy et accommodate all who may tavor her with their pa. trunage, which she will endeatot to taetit by eery at-. aetlioo which may tend to their comfort and heppiootu. au:9-1838. HIAhA,~ SE1GAiS-500,000 of different brando, 1 in atone, .or saul by SATER SLATER & i RlER, at ugl 40 Poydras street. EXCP ANGE on Mobile wantedj FIKby eugl4 j ANDY -5-O bole 4th proof America aldy, l sBnle by ISAAC BRIDGlE & Co, augll 134 Magazine street. H AVANA EGAR-h - bs ofee a coffe lad ing foi m ache Liberty, and 208 bep in tore for sale hb SLATER TRIE , augl4 40 Poydr~l strt. VHITE HIAVANNA SUGAR-0 - boa w pr quality, landiong from brig Pochreo.. Sal by SLATER & TIRER., augi l 40 Poydra stroeet. TIIE TRUE AMERICAN. iDITRD MV JI nI. alBMAN. PaITHaPU AND BOLD. NE W OR LEANS: SATURDAY.....AUGUST 18. P3as THE COMMERCIAL BANK & THE ULOtuE A few weeks ego we noticed a singular charge made by the Washington Globe against thle Conm mercial Bank of this city, of swindling, stating that said bank had issued notes, payable at s cet rain bank at New York, and then ordered that bank not to pay them, althot it had fundsana hand belonging to the Commercial Bank, this institua tiun preferring to realize those funds with 10 per cen. prom., by selling its checks against them. We must eonfees we did not credit this assertion' hut set it down ae one of the thousand falsehoods that monthly emanate from that filthy and corrupt source. We were, however, much amused that tbheGlobe should make such an attack on one of Its petse, whose President, from having been a staunch whig, suddenly changed his opinions and joined tie great soi disant Democratic party of which the Globe is the organ, and as it is univer. sally believed, solely with thle view of propitiating the friendly protection of President Jaclkson, and thereby to get the Deposits of the Government' Our remarks on this .subject it seems have not been without their effrct; tile President, or the bank, we know not whioh,addresoed immediate. ly an apologetical letter to some one in Washington to lay before the Editor of the GlobeJand which we flud in its number of 28th July. We give it below with the comments of that pa. per: We have seen a letter from the president of the Comm rcial flank of New Orleans, explanatory of its reluns. to pay certain notes issued by it, and payable on their face at New York. It seems these notes were issued hefure the suspension and were considered ans coming within the law. Our view of the matter was cerived from the Journal of Coinmmaers, which, if we remem hber righ ly..'e. presented the banLksas having means in N. York to meet threm,ond while refusing to pay the notes making a premium by drawing on the fund. It seemts, however, that the Commercial Bank did no more tithan other bhanks on the suspension. After some time it stopped paying, as well those notes redeemable on their face at New York, ss slse. where, and turned its capital thus relieved tram the redemption of its issues, into the profitable business of exchange. This was the course of most of the banks, great and snall. In this,.l think they all sinned; but the Commercial Bank onght not to have been ntade the scapegoat. We give the bank's explanation: "In 1834, we issued, tor the convenience oftrat vellers,notes of the denomination of 5,10, 20, and

$50. (none larger), payable on their face either at the banking house in this city, or at the Bank of America in the city of New York. These notes proved to be very acceptable and serviceable to the public. Notwithstanding the suspension of specie payments,aend the high rate or exchange, we have dontinued to pay these notes in New York, ast great loss to our bank. After the re sumption in New York, it becamne questionable whether we could, without injustice to the hold, era of our notes here, not payable in New York, continue to redeem in specie, or Its equivalent, those ,which were payable in New York. We, therefore, (without much reflection on the sub. ject,) directed that in future these notes should not be redeemed at the counter of the Bank of America. We were still further induced to thi step by *he fact, that few were erttally i1 circulation; that they were in the hanes of brok ere who picked them up here and here and there, and sold them at a premiumt, just sthey have our notes of the denominations ef $5 a. d 10, which we haveneer ceased to pay in specie from the first, and still continue to pay. So that a mevsure adopted for the convenience of the coin. monity, to furnish specie ill small sunr For all classer, has been defened by the cupidilv of brokers who hought them up. Jaust so has it been with the nlres payable in New York t and without thinking much of the matter, or dreaming of the clamour that wonld be raised by these people, we directed that they sltould not he paid. Sole were presented, refused, protested, and then paid by Bank of Ameriea, Mr. Nwhbtl thect, with hie usual discretion in suech mateters, iave dlireeltol that they should be paid until further ordiers frin us, and we lave approved of thil decisiuno and ait the matter ended' It appears now that the Globe, for a wonder told the truth, and thnt it i. a humiliating fact that otton of our hbaking inratitntions has been guilty of the dishonorable and dishonest act imputed to it by that print. The nxplanttion of the President is a most puerile and lame attempt to enover a premeditated act, fully deserving the term of swindling applied to it by the Globe: and although it may be very satisfactory to Mr. Blair, it certainly will not be satisfaeoory tonur citizens, who feel inme interest and pride in the honest management of our public Institutions. Firest, it was a matter of doubt it aseem whether the bank in justice to its ereditors, could meet its positive engagements to pay a small amount in New York in the earrent money of that city. Se eondly, that the amount was n somall, it was not of much importance whether the bank acted in good faith or not. Thirdly, it was the opinion ofthe Bank that that prescribed race of bipeds y'cleped Brokers, would bhe the only seuFerere. Fourthly, if wam done withu,1t much reflection, it being evident by this admission, that the above reasons are not even satisfactory to the bank. Now we must say that all this appears very silly to us, and that the Bank in question would have shown infinitely more wisdom by being silent. The President of the bank also says, that Mr. Newbold the President of the Bank of America, paid the notes lluded to when they were protesated, nolwithstanding theorder of the bank here i the contrary. He showing more solicitude for the honor of the Commercial Bank than its President and Directors had done. We are gratified to learn that the Bank has approved of Mr. Newboldta act. The editor of the Globe with his usual regard for truth gives it to be understood that the Conmer cial Bank in this business has done no more than the other Banks; now we will venture to assert that no such violation of its faith has been enm. mitted by any Banking Institution in Louisinna; and besides we know that one Bank of this city at the time of the general suspension of specie pay menta had half a million of notes out payable in New York, all of which were promptly paid on presentation. We commend all this to the ghost of the de fanct eoasypium as furnishing a commentary o, his project of the State Banks furnishing a general currency by " a tolerably good undersleading among lhemrselce " THE ELECTIONS. Kenluck.-The whole state has proved itself " Whig" to the very core. Her legislature remaitns staunch and true to the good cause. The proposed alterations in the consattutitution have been frowned down by an overwhelming majority. It is with great pleasure, all good whige will learn that II try Clay, jr., has been elected in Fayette, and" thus fairly embarked in the career In which his worthy father has become so illustrous. We know him well, and know him to be truly " a chip of the old block." Entertaining all has sound prin. ciples, emulating his talents, and almost rivalling his eloquence, the path of his father lies open to him, nor can he ever fear that it will be deemed a slur should he profess to " lollow in the footsteps of his predecessor."' .Missoari.-The accounts, though imperfect as yet, give the highest promise that Missouri will return a whig legielature, and thaos aeure the de. feat of Hard-money Breaon, and efectulaly prevent hit from further humbuggiag the people, trom tinkering the currency, or expenging the sacred records of the Senate. If Missouri eueeeeLe in throwing aoithis incubus fr(o her breaset, hers will be bhe proudest of all the whig victoritp. St. Louis Cy has elected the whdh tiecket freem te. stable to congresaman. Itlinsie.-The whig ticket is going ahed s fe sa heard from. The goevrnor. (Edwardi) the eu . gtetamen, Sld leglelaturo Oh the Wtig ticket are pretty certain of suncess. North.Carline.-.The Raleigh Register estimates Governor Dudley's whig majority at about 10,000. The Whigs have a decided majority in both houses of our state Legislature, and consequently on joint hallde. The majority has. been obtained by a well fought but hard battle; and for what. \lirely that we migltt boast of it? No, but that we should enjoy the fruits of it; that the sngean stable of the present adminiatrntion might be cleansed and purified, and the rule of law and ora der be made to take the place of misrule and riotous eatravagance. To carry out such reform it is necessary that the Whige should ie united in their choiceofthose who are to fill oflce; to be united they must abstain from giving any pledges, and particularly they should be cautious not to allow themselves to be wheedled out of their voteu by pretended friends, sailing under false colors. • rTwo ofthe men committed for the attempt to murder Mr. Baldwin have made a full and free cofesasion of the plan, purpose, conduet, and re, asuit, ofthat dering outrage. They gave the names and all particulars of those who planned it, of those who executed it, any of their own participa tion,and the causes that induced it. Teglve par ticulars of these confessions might be subversive of justice, we therefore forbear, assurel that their truth or falsehood will he fully proved at the legal tribunal.. .7The directors of the Carrolton road should see that the present plan of destroying the weeds and rock grass be altered. Burning large heaps ol green vegetable substances at times when visitern are at the hotel is intolerable: the smoke is sff, -i eating, and obnoxious in the extreme. If burnt very early in the morning, or formed into a com post, for the purpose of manure, the public will tot he annoyed, and the grounds greatly improvedr the present plan is an abominable nuisance, occur ring at all hours, and existing to any extent. General Hayne, President of the Cincinnati and Carolina Railroad was in New York on the 10th instant. Thei Courier and Enquirer cave the road will be completed by the year 1845 from Charles. ton to the Ohio, and that two hundred miles of it will be in use in the course of next year. Will the FudgicoMendico Society resolve unani. mnou!y that Doctor Stone-one of their own sage body-is giuilty of conduct immoral, ungentleman. ly, and empirical, if he does not forthwith challenge the -ditor of the Louisiana Avertiser, for havine nssert.d '.at poor Mr. McCarthy who broke his back and fIt, i likely to recover under his skilful care? Wh t is siuce fir another'sgandeir is surely sauce for their goose. Carrolton -This delightful place is hodrly in: creasing its attracions! its gardens ate crowded with the choicest flowers and are about to be more than doubled in their extent. The hotel is kept in superb style, and families can obtain accommo. dations there that cannot be equalled at the fashionable watering places. The dinner laid out daily is abundant and choice, and to-morrow at 3 o'clock the lovert of game and choice eating, may regale the palates with some exquisite plover, and other choice birds. Mr. Moore Iroves himiself a caterer worthy of the best support. QTr The Girafe, Captain Swiler, lanv a the railroad for the watering places on the arrival of the 7o'clock cais this morning. We see it stated that Deallt Burke on hi return loo.e exhibited the ".Americanl chnmpion' belt," and claimed that of Enltnd! We were not pro. vioasly aware hatt America had the honor of be stowing a belt nn a bruiser, altbhugh she has given ,any a blllv a hbeling. ":.9 Plhtnir.-The Ialtimore Circus is nearly re built and advertised for renting fron lt Novelr bher. IMAneMPTU -At Ihe late lete on hoard the Prince de Jitnville's ship at Newlort (R I.) One of the Amnri. no gueeets uve as a toast "The three days ol July," relerring, of course, to the revolutioln which placed Louis Philippe on the throne. An ofncer of the ship nimnediately gave ".dnd the Fomurth!' A happier nslatance of impromptu po. ltenees never occurred. Call for Paper-On the day succeeding Vic toria's coronation 175,.00 papers were dispatched through the London Post Oflice. These of course were additional to tie eanall trifle used in the little village itself. Excursion.-This evening, on the arrival of thte 7 ooclock ears, the .laseppe, leaves the railroad ,for the Bay of St. Louis and Pass Christran. Th a alteration in the previous arrangements offer. nmany advantesgr to citizens requiring reereation and a change of air, the principal of which is that while it more than doubles thetime allowed for bathing, shooting, hunting or fishing on the other side the Lake, it does not take away a single hour from the pureuite of business. Provided with excellent berthe, and capital living, the absence of hbome comforteia not felt, whil tie hkeen breeze on the lake sharpens the appetite, enlivens the mind, and invigorates the system : and this too without much damage to the puree, the fare being only twot dollars and a half f(.An edltorial triend in New York. dating from that ilk on the 3rd, pathetically asks ls *is it eery hot where you are? We have beeat pretty essentially broiled here all thle tslmlll r hubat have nopeaches yet I tr make p for it." Poor fellow ! when the Yorkers, who think our climate a state of preparation lor the probable future, hear that our thermometer yesterday was below 80, how they will envy us the cool chtnnte we enjoy in tat 29 N., long. 90 W. f'te 'trdouin Arabs appeared for the first ti:o,, . . .Prk Theatre, New Yorn, on Monday t:e 0t1 - n,,e.l, .and ,reaeld a great sensation. They are s i , b. t, a: sillper r to the Ravels. Let them itnrv.l t'le wat . in the North they cannot be so well undrerrood as here: having so many wild indtotn .rea.,b lOut.we could criticize these Arabs philosophlbically. Sheridan Knowles's play called "iWoman's Witt -or Love's Disguises" has been produced in New York with great success, Mrs., Maeder playing the heroine Hero. In about a week henco the hNashville Rail Road will touch the Lake shore on the "trembling Prael ne." The trip by the cars even now is highly interesting, but when in a week or two the road seretches along the shell banks of the Pontchar train, it will be unequalled (of beauty in the south. ern country. The hotel oil the Lake ohmre is ac tively completing. U. . Bnrac Ben.--kThe N. Y. Courier " slates that Mr. Biddle has abandoned his inten tion to establiah a Bank under the General Bank. ing Law, but the Gauette denies this, and says he is desermied to persevere, and has already filed the neceesary papers in the Clerk'esofne. Impreovetane in Corn--The Baltimore American states that Corn in that city has advanced fully Swentye ates bskeel within the previous week. E3ipeie was at per in BaltimoreeP the 9th inItInt, owing to the approach of a general re snmpetin. ThePhiladelphia Bank nates were re! ceived in paymeant tihe Customhouse on tlia 9thi" The fiftilch ihtalslot of the Neapolitan indem nity has been paid to our agent at Parts, and is now in course of transmission home lt gold. Will it he paid to the olaihtants in specie, orin Trea sury shin plmaterna FLOUR-3t.O buls frnsh ground flour, landing from flat bor,, fr sale b, .... ' ,r LAYET & AME. LUNG, ag 17 Commerce street. s)Y.0RK,-.t b( l' ndPrime Pork, tuig from fria boats ,f .lebh , . hl . T & AMELUNG, sauil 17 Commernrce etreet. A-M dand Shooers-1.i hhdc. Pickled hums and HI soulders, landing from flat boats, for srle.by 1LAYIt ' dr AMELUNO, angle 17 Conmmerce street. CI OPPERAS--o bbhsl copperas, in store fr sale by S._) .G IIORSEY, augl6 44 New Levee. VTHISEEY, Pork, Bacon ides, Flour and Lard, V in store for said by G )DORSEY, asugl6 41 New Levee. IT Mavans raSugar--I00 Boxes landing from T sehr Liberty,fur sale by augl6 A. FISK. O8KN.--400 bags white corn in goad shippig oer in satore, fur sale by J THAYER & CO, aug 16 74 Poyvlre strent. TN DERWOOD, Pickles, Ietchulpa sad tuatl.ru, in store and for sale by J THAYER & CO, aug 16 74 Poydras street ROSIN.--7tbbli Rosin in store and for sale by • J THAYER & CO, aug 16 74 Poyvdra street. AD.-40 kego very superinr leaf i"rdfor eee Ld by JOSEPH COCKAYNE, 23 Gravier street. angle6 9Ih lPXAS MONEY'LIor sale ay XA OEY R HVDE & BRO. tug16 39 Common st., corner of aMaazine. IA OUE, khitchen and shop for *ale, fronting on Circus and Basin street. Privilege to le given in 15 days. JAMES LAMIERT, altgc4 FIF'EKEN DOI.LARS REWARD. W ILL be paid for the appreltension end lodging in r prisnin either of t ,e municipnlletii, i'II. LIAM FIEKGNERi, an indented apprentice to the blacksmith trade; the said apprentice It about five feet bour or five inches high; lih ht hair, blue dvye' a German by birth; speak the Enclish, French and dermon lan foages. All persons are forewarned not to hrbor r triet the said apprentice, itder thle neveresu penalty o the law. NICHOLAS MURRAY, augl4-tf Blacksmith, Triton nilk. TO LET. A Two stcry private dwelling ,hose, plen santly situated ot Triton street, near Tivtli SCircle. It hias every convenience to make it a steto residence. Apply to at1u4 J OTT. NEW ORLEANS IZ NASIHVILLE RAIL ROAD OFFIC .. S.EALED Prposatls will be received at thin office until the itt of Septthber, for fatrishling I00,I}00 feet (lineal) of cypress, or ryllow pine, 2 1-2 inches thick, 12 inches wide, atd in lengths of 210 fee: or up Sardd tohbe delivered along the line of the road; on the shore of lake Ponchartrain. D. HOA RD, augl4-6t Chief Eng'r. & Gen'l Superd't. T.LIVER TWIST;orthe Parish Boy's Progress. • part second, by the author of 'The Pickwick Pa ers,' lSketheasof every day Life,' 'Nichollas Nickleby' llustrated numroua designs by Cruikhhank. The Life and adventures ofrNicholas Nicklehv, con taining a faithful account of the fortunes, misfortunes -proisings, downfallingc, and complet career of the Nickleh falmily. Editedl by 'loz,' with illoutrtions by 'Phie, N~o. 2. Sketches of Young Ladies: in which these interest. ing members of the animal kingdom, are classified ore eording to their several instincts, habits, and general characteristics, by 'Quiz,' with sketches of Youn, gen. tlemen,by Quiz, ir.' Lights and Shadows of Irish Life, by Mrs. S C Iall. authoress of'the Buccaneer.' Uncleo Iorace,' &c. &c. in two volr., just received and lir sale by WMt. M'KEA N, nug14 Corner of Camp &. Common st. ENInIISlI BOOtIKS. ARTINGTON'S Cyclopdlia of Biography 2viol. do. do Arto and St ienreas, 2vols.-Shakespeare in 3 vols, a pokt edition ills trated. Phillips' (ieology. Jameon'i Mineralogy. trewster'e 'ruetise on Magneis m. (Grav's Elegy, illustrated,. Itegers' Italy and Poenms, illustrated, 2 vol. tlardi~'s I)rawin Boliuk for 1;1C3. 'bhillikp on water colors. Ea-v D)rawing Book, by Chiild. Strutt's Sport, and I'as Times. Just received and for sale by WV-M. tM'KE . .g4 crcer of Cmip owi Common nt. ires sticer, has removeld to tile Hok' ore of l)A'VII) FEI.T N ('u. No 24. (',atr'o street, (directly opposito.) whoa is duly nppintrled Sub .AgOt fa the nole of IIa,' invaluaoe tMediine,. S.ld in pTc.lts ot $l, $2, 4:l3 will aUplei directions illn Spanishl, french aid Eo: litih. A Ifwcopi.s ofa tln. \.'tini, ,or Fa.ilv Advianr of the lriiiah 'ollee Tof Ileall, pirile $2 7.1. Also, tih 'lake intlice. tia lnie e r,,a an 'ev,,r sold in n Irllag Starr, adl call o.ly In l,,ll in thiiti alI 2 Choatl.. street A r Irh pply just receirol It null--t Ncw '.-lm M-otinllrrý ' IMoll, IllE-1510 Casks Thomaston Lime anding flrom brig Cbleflin, ,and for sale by S & JP 1VIIITNEV oug4 8 Cntli street. I EoltN SYIUtP-lIIi boxes inmon syrup Inadinga S & J ' WIIlTNEY, a 8 Conti street. No'rI'c'E. NOTICE is h.reby riven Ihat no debts nontrncred from this date by the otficers or crew o the steam host Merchant, will be paid by the subscribers, na l,,. authorised by themselves, and thoe accounts count- silned by Mr.Gre;ory & vre. S MIAINSEL WIIITE & CO. aug4--9 ACON SIDES-75 hhda baoe sides. 50 ilhnh BCanvass Hams. 1000 hams in Ibag sup ra ,r quality, in store,and Afr sale 1y LAYET & AMEI (ING, aug4 17 C orlllllellr' -tre'l. IALE ROPE--500 Coila Missouri and Kentucaky Sbale rope will he sald low by LA YET & AMI:IITNc, aung n7 'mmnnerce strper. COFIEE-140 bags Rio,. 140 do. Ilvauno. For sale by S'ETISON & AVERY aug4 88 Gravier street. H AVANA SEGARS--100,000 medium quality r sale low, to close a consignent, by STETSON & AV'ERY, a2 88 Gnavierst,eet. INSEYS-501 bales Lowell I.inarys for sale oy -L STETSON n AVERY, aug2 88 Grnvier street. CIORDAGE-Manilla and TIrred cordage, and spun Syarn, assorted sizes, for sale by I'ETSON & AVERY. n2 88 (iranier street. PORK-0) barrels clesr mess, soft mess, and ts Sdeaseriptions, for sale by STETSON & AVERY, a2 88 Gravier street B UTTER--.:6 Kees fresh Wealers Butter, in h somne rder, fur sle by S'I'ETS)ON & AVERY, a 18(i raviarst NEGRO tI:I.II'lS, .f I '.'-V' S &- i K&IERLSEYS ' he slhscribe, oler far sale. Ilading from ship .'oneord, 2 bales plain mixed negro cl--t bale Cwilled mixed naere cloth; 18 I ales liHnsey, asserted diolors; I bale white swan skins; I case printed kerseys; 2 bales heavy mixed Cordova n erseys; I bale unlinished ISAAC IlRIIt{mE 8, to, j)12 1:-4 I oMagnina street -HAVANA COFFEE-250 bags prime, in stoar aL d fn r sdae by SLATER & 'TRIER, a_ n7g 4l) Palr,,a street S p P--25llboxes No. I saul,bnrand l ,f es iould, hr landing front brig Borodino lir sale Iby ISAAC BIIIIDGE & Co, aug7 13,1 Magazine street. IR..OGAN1S, esona and Slilppersn--llll2 cl, cra, prising on ass lrtment of Men's adl Bolo s fine ip, pegged and roans. eltt ltrogan; len adal boys fin casf lhoAe; lirb's and wolmn 'sr s pa l slilt"era. chil.lrens and intait boots, lane anad aniale tie; land. ing froml aslip Oo tt, and bor sale I r ISAAC &I AIGUE & CO. augll 134 Magazine street. PIPE.t O)IL--8 casks pure, bleaclned 1perm Oil, a lahnding from ship Olie, for salle b ISAAC IIRID6E & CO. augll 134 tngarine street. 4 OAP-1I40 boaes Extran No. I snap, brand of Jaclk. Sson & Trowbridge; landling from shipn Ohio, fIbr sale by ISAAC BBIDGE & CO. augll I 134 agazine street I, OUiAD S-- 11 Cases Alens and tnae fine ans Spegged Brogans, landing tram brig burodino, for sale by ISAAC BRI i)OE & CO. aua7 34 Magazine street I OLASSES-32 bAble. Molaasses ]andirg from chrt II Rosalitte; also ;a0 ditto, in store, and for sale by LAYET & AIELUNG,. naug 17 Canmrmon stleet. R ED FLUID-Just received a new article of Red l Fluid lnk considared aqual to the Frenchl Car. snia, ant one fourthl tihe price. Also, a Iw don tuyoal Carmine Ink. For sale by DAVID FELT & CO. aug7 N y Sationta' Hall. O FFICE NEW ORLEANS & SASI:VILLE RAIL RADN COMPANY-Drafts on New York at aIht, or sixty days date, for sale, in anme to suit par bsosre. JAP1ES H CALDWELL, ivtl Presideqt. 4 C'uEY'SCREIIIT SYSTEM. tiHE Cratdig System of Frane CGreat IBritain and J. e to adId Isetns-b It C Cares, autlhr of `Prielples offpiTdgal EcnnaOmy,' Ae. JaUt reyid qnaL fora alae by IEAN asgtl " CoI.ner'o.F(Cap & C,.,,nto et. SECOND MUNICIPALITY. SERE brought to the Police Pound of the Snd Municipality the following named aninals viz: One large Bay mare and Colt. One esnaIl an Colt. The owners of sald animals are requested to rall to' the Pound, prove property, and take themaway. - H S. HARPER etlgl Captain of the Watch. IL a 6th amo.e an depot do la 2de mtunicipalith, lea animoux suivans: Une grande jument bale avee son suivanit- n poulain bal. Lea proprietairmideodits ani maux sontpr6s de venir an dhpot, prouver leer propri. .te, paver leas frain, et enmmener lendits animaun, II aout H IS HARfER, Capdl. d i.arde. ERRE brought to the Police P'riseq of the rad W Municipality, the following namtd slaves, vis: HEN RY, about 34 years of ago; says lie belongs to Mr. Collin. ..... ' ANDERSON. about 40 years of age; says he be longs to Mr. Edward Chilie. CHARLES, about 20 years ofage; says he belongs to Mr. Mondelli. JACK, about 13 years of age; says he belongs to Mr. Creggs. MARIA, about 1I or 17 years of age; says she be long to Mrs. Gormnlv. The owners of said slaves are requested to prove property, pay charges nod take them away. H. S. HARPER, jy31 Captain of the Watch. O \T bib emmtno6 Alapriaon d, Is Srco-nde Mu O icipalile los esclavee euivantn, savoir: Ii: NIYag6 d'environ 34 ant.; me dit appartenir a MI. Collinsl AND RSON, ag( d'environ 40 ans; dit apparte air Il M, Edward Chifie. CHARLES, agb d'environ 20 aor; se dit apparteoir A Mt Molndtlli. .lACK, ag6 d'environ 13 ans; se dit appartenlr k M. MitXRA, ang d'environ 16 A 17 ans; se dit apporte air A M. Gormlay. .cs propr ,talrer esdits eselaves rontpriesa de rb. clantter leaurn eciavee an payant les frai,. 2nout H S. HARPER, Carpt. d WatcEh. R ICE-50 casks now landig ftm Chlarleston, for rsle by S G IILA'CHARD, y I 31 Golevir street. O REN' ~1i ar- ani~i~d airi-fic ewell si.a.ed, TOand in the mnoe bUeimncs part of th city. Terms, moderate. Apply to W. GItEENE, at the Orleans ithoilgraphic Ollice, 53 Maganine street. jy24 CTO LFT--The House situated on the corner of Orange and Religious streetos apply to J O BEIN & A COIIEN, je24 90 Common street. A Card. ORLEA A8 LITHOGRA PIIC E TABLIBH. MEAT, 53 MAGAZINE STREET,' OPPOSITE BANg'S ARCADE. W GREENE retrns his sincere thanks tn his friends and the public of New Orleans, for the ptronare bestowed on him for the lasttwo veers, and bgn leave to amsure them that all orders omm itted to hia charge shall he punctuallv attended to; he will as usual, keep the office open daring the summer. and shall he always ready to strike off merchant's circa. lare, business and addresa cards, funeral notiees.maps, plans, and drawings, of every description, at tih sherrest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Being assisted by artists superior to any other esltli sh meat in the city and from long experience in the lithographic line, he feels confident of giving entire Patiefa tion. N B Apotheearies and druggists' labels executed in an good style as copperplate engraving, and at one third of the expense. jy24 ALE 100 casks Philadelphia Ale, Abbots brand, A just received, and for oale by J D BEIN & A COHEN, jy24 00 Commonstreet. 1. HAiO,. ON B.'OSTON--Dralts, in sume to S suit parchaners, for sale by jy 4 STETSON & AVERY. SPERM OIL--Ill cnasks winter strained sperm oil, warranted, lor sale by ISAAC BItIDGE & Co, jy4 13:4 Magazine street. LOHING--I e ases sullner cohing,cmprining an assortment, for sale bv ISAAC'BRIDGE, & Co, jy24 13l.Mlgaoine street. R OMAN CESIENT-Dirert imnportatit from Lon don, for sale by READ & iARSTOW, jy2t4 7 lank Pines. B ALE ROPE & 'IWINE-for sale by SLATER &'R..IER, jy"'4 40 Poydras street. ESEIN E BU fIt-A superior article, for s ale by SLATEII &TRIEIR, jy24 40 Poydram street. - II(' L' 1 I'" BACCI(-fr sole byh 'S.A'IATEK &T'RIER, jy24 411 Poydras street. -i .\ Y--:15 bh'le of lay, received per shil hainteville 1 and ior sale by J 1) BEEN & A COIIEN, jy4.I Cw1,Cmmon street. I P ,LASURE hXCUitcIONS-Persono win ng ta chetrler a t c111 oa tnt for Pleastlre Excursions. can I, at olnoldatled ait the shortest notice, with a fine boat and Airst rate accotuntodaioas. Apply to (GEO. WHITMAN, jvy'4 Exchange Hotel, St. Charles at T'l'tl ititm.: y h. , lid by .pplyi-g at- ;.' New Leee. jy12 I ° ( lncVj E tio h cl o l~ n frilli nmaqlity I lalinding romn brig Clionhtpia, tir sale by STETI''SON & AVIPRY. jyl :28 Gravier streets. yANItij-A lifbK INIEIER-Nnne need ap ¥ ply but a oorktn in. W MIcKEAN, iyl car i'amlp C& ollmon atreets. ORLEANS LITHOGRAPHIC OPIO N... 3 i Lgazine street, oppjo. bc .ank' Arcade, E ''A IIItSHEI)for the execution of nmape plan E nd dr.wings, mereh. ,.t circulrs, business and aildres canrds of every description, funeral circular, on deejp mourning paper, nal thecanry and druggists'habeln; bask chlcks, drav receipts, &c.p rinted and exrecut di e chaep uod expeditinls style, by the proprietor. NB. Hank Notes ne.lv executed. m24 SIt. . I'AKIE , repetlutlyto. re the public, that hn will remain a short tien in New Orleano for purpose of painting portraits. :n,,ol corner of Canal and St Charle, in the house :opi.ued by Parmly & Lynn, Dentistn, where specnmens Shis painting can be seen. Entrance in t Charles trest. nal lI IENE GUNS--A few fine doable barrel guns in a tor, for sale by S LOCKE & Co. jyl4 22 Old Levee. 'V IIISKEY, Flour and Pork, in storefeorSl-by n 22 G I)ORSEY, 44 New Leoe. SEIION SYRUP--100 boxes lento syrup, landing Sfrom ship Concord, and ior sale by J THAYER & Co. jy26 74 Poydras street. A 50 bags Allpice in Estre, anI for sale J THAYER & Co, 74 Pordras street. LATHS-4000 Laths in store, and for sale by J 'rHAYER & Co, jy26 74 Poydra street. PUIK.--tO bbl es AlenI O,primeand saot. Prime - just inspected, for sale by G. DORSEY jyv6 44 New Levee. HAVANNA COFFEE. PRIMtE--102 Bags of prime green Hananea Cnll now landing from brig Towen Enriqueper llaven .a, for sale by JOSEPH COCKAYVVE, jy26 25 GOraer street. ` PERMl ES-i0 boe, o mlad -I-- ip ISAAC BRIDGE & Co, jy24 134 Magazine street. I.)LUE WRI'IING INK-Just receiveda small lot 1 of Permanent Blue writing Ink, warranted a a. perior article; for sale by DAVID FELT & CO, New York Stationers Hall jyI 2 4 Charrns streto AIt)--8110 Klan Prime Leaf Iad in tonre, for sale by LAYET & AMELUNO. auog 17 Commenm FIRta JUDICItAt DISTRICT Cour r. ")TATRII'K 1) llERT''Y and JAMES P. NOLEN, vs. 'Their Creditor sli nd the Creditors of P. Dab. cety & Co., No. 16459-t'bhe Cession of the Petitioner's rolierty havnig been accepted by the Court, foe the benefit of their C:reditoro, it i nor.ered thatl meeti of their said creditors do lake place at the aiot of .d ward Barnett, Eeq., Notary Public, on Thareday, the 6th of Sllember onet, at eit o'clock, A. M., for hes par nose of deliberating on the tfl'tir. of maid pesitonoe. and in the meaotine all judlicial proceediNs against their persons antd property, as to the reditaor men ioned in the sbhedule, are stayed; and it is Iurther or aered tlent Micon Esq. be appointed to represent the hobent credilors, in this case. WVitnee the Hen. A. M. Buchanan, Judge ofthe said court, this 4th day ofAuguat, A. I. 1834. THEO. LEWIS, aug7-3tbm tItep'y. Ck. I)UPON'r' POWDER. A CONSTANT eupily ftpot'e F F and Eaglle Powder kept on uand, afor ale It.v S LOCKE & CO. aug? 12 Old Levee. RlOPE & UAKU.lI. FORTY Bales ofOakum and 150coils Manllla roape a ssorted sizen, juet received and for sale S LOCKE & CO. aug7 22 Old lo.ee. WI/OLF:s AI,.: TIN WAKE hIANUbACrTO.ie `l I.OCKE & CO., No. 22 Old Lnevee, hare ls Sstore, f their ow manutnloetare, ta large anod es tensire assortment of tin ware, whteh they ililei deal. era in the trade to enmtine; aleo 200 COpper, Sugar haouse skimmer; 1250 do. Sugar Ladlers 20 dn. Coplper augar lainjas; Butht :ubsa. ssotnted eie; 39 g assorted sized tCutse Gruighs. N. B--Roos of bfildinlg coverend wit d e, e.e .ra or tin. Copper and tin gutters put up- tlf ,tlmte notice. 'eag7lt PORK-'Ol bb, trnme Oeo prhnas i to fou ale by G DO E tag? 44 oew levee. NINDCLIBLE INX-.'-Just rceig.ed, aa .titimal , supply of very supiror indelible tia ntr4ig line. re.1, warranted a tirt rttn article, Ibr inla bo te duoenoringle box, by DAVIID FELT &C. l . ' New York Statioaner' lige " 22 24 Ihbrtrte smet '1 PANISH 'OARS-4 'halfbnoxe M It g5ear, Ssoid to be rincipo, juest reeidead ai fa ne by H P LEt Y' l.(:O, anglt, 10 *lipa r t rletn.Ut0 airl

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