C!MMER ALI Iant su a see lt. Ceius . u Anu ....g .......l. u \t'.hutmn. Au ...A : Nrw Yuek, Aug ... .. l. e ul. Aug......... 27 ?htltslulpk *..In. l Autsl u R. A up"" " "..M thllodtu k Aug, ..............28 t j .vla.. l, Au g .......... k su a. , A .u .... . u.. uti wr .l, July ........22 "a e ( 'u ) Aug ...tt N l, July .........1..5 uau.. A 22 ..4 I lSul,, Junl . . 2 Nuuhvll Aug ........... l6 Hart. July.!::... ...I6 a~iia ifRAtAlp 'Cernt'uuilud .,,urg: S3g hhds uohacn M 9. 26 adeltr dtn. 661f2Wl-Pmuet SMy uulB huluui gun :.n. Ia 2ull.1 qn'wa*9.'v u a utauus..w1u:8 p hu ca~nlewu,u - mup a. Ru tM Peacu h brundy, Jhegmn IPAAP hraltan,l b tebaec a. lll~ 406 Pij bad. ]&AmA--P i JetMlles e hk., 1ohad. 1 .e--ad.U.+- 'm .V,.',el ecekp, tI 0 911 iced, S le tobaeo, balps t+AN..? +, j .+ u.... M8fllGOht..--nhW u Ou.Kaltu..22 Ipulautulus. 3 A - St~ Auujanaanauuudnas~ ih Wataug.~ . . 1 ktyre 'p2 . hi5 s emo d. es, 37 Wilson. coOmkwiGEnn. or" Nutlsblwb ricut-Pus e. A.mp.. LI Pad..Cnuaht Gtadfty Luuulu * rIMUt.Aluoph suguutbfla'nkaua 'ut ResorTsk- Pulmla b.jllu JueoulluaPub'.: C deeeo J NWl. ýo rn6Nau. uMro ls, 4wh.ishkeyJ Vruuuflg Pita & G vuupuuu iksuno, Cingar SuoupA w Uyiu.Ae nagtt Ht Fluhd; Nlu f $tuu 'lkeum u Aisuguuuu C 3g r JVur& n 4A • d.A msole N4.~ 'C.klze ILr(eae +,u mevr. .'faO.m Kay ug We ur.S' Hnnu,, YLua.omu.n, C t.,e~eed. A.4D nrll* myd omatec J B Feld; il I·r t'ulduI umat 3 BulK C urnU. Ad uu uho Iuell At " Ik.teJFc/ $riW ' Dw als. ti'cst11 JDcokoe La'mwG.nu~r +]IIe+e J l: Bljb,..m51 Abieroldhynu J Hanh W W Iuyuuu.WRIeunin Mrt Haus. B Stuwg & su. H Glllde. aauuarS ily L & eu0g Lurgueug &d 11. N C Folur, A Geu.,lyt A Aulmug. W & J Guqutu. H NLth.n. 'J'Ae &co. * IP Wed coMa. D Watk, J D Be at CokE.; (luaaul A -. Llu u rdner s oD . C SnnonJ D ' l hhn.. Wgam nO. LuyLot Ldo, A Oheug6 ;u. A L A J Adison, Mru Ilu/hlLr udkt gheuk. Wgi tt &lm W H wuemll;.u F Ji l4u1!el J ,4 W DwcohT. Wrslug J Di.t.Jlrln*iu. JRu. h A OGud lt'W Blky Tidegra.,a ie.q J, lidwht. W W 1.yeai Wledgy • I toenta,. v d Lold&Peek hI1th* Uulhsi. N HNlueaa. Tunur " ¶uuduoff. N Coll.u • A W Lto J p Trne o . W 0; u H ILes &re,'ool. * Euil hT Dal Lu WhL e TuoaploFn u &pet.ler. ludlt l h "J Mu. UW MoLi y.lt Iyne *it GPerrudy L 4o eHea; W gut J 4m Taemrylok, tyr, 4G d or Bidlcy, DCIbeo r , Eoi Doblshn Aiu GoL.u c, A feduuaut Pco, tJ LoAs u u o, ou Aunt AdJ PWhiuteuy, It Cluasun, USl.lr, Ieytu s u.; uTr&ek l 3 Buls Sl * Ull ks.e l uWua, MuuuWeeu. O W 1J H N 1Pu~ , Y Duit M&Ma6Wih co; F~a.~ Wyck.&c ChuuhFsolu 4 aurld, OSith; Tll.WTuph iu..guldlwuu J Runy J Ogduu. A unu * ogu lV. V'u tdayLt A uooh Mhninu, llabAtui A l TayaTlor Mulle: J W caunuot, Lu 4ue l& gut JO ChLina. IToreDm 4 L peauun CT Duums. atoy Cauld. 4 Hllt; N & J Cunrull f Inwrue, uteeu u 4 Ehunp A Hil, D yK Haugh, Glru 4 &. lhey. Lubhilc 4c Dulin n, K H WhLiu. Puuu 4" Hillard, f P UlI.G tlncusck, J Mers A H i illl.U 4 HKellyn.Cuarrie. Duon tuuo LUhad Ostu. oodenC 4s Lvy, Palruer 4W Jk.hru, lI.uly, h Mnrrgueol. L IIleuuan, tll Jot n f FIVlu. WC * I' ,aA in", ;Iul u cauu eayuu .Mite uio J E tauumo,, rbtr A tot J O Chullt iC. RECLIST8 PRODUCE. Pudusk-.Per uteuer Jgtn Nult-.. 18 gutna lobulgue. J V.liut Autn 5llhhdado.Al &id Lnau dou W Ju oliutirutery Suo; do. Tu4"1 HllopkiO6 Ido. tlu hll our. Yle:luen rt. suo 4 do doI 1u bhdl tobuoul N u J Ditu 4u rg; 170 bite 1lluu. A H Wul.Au H. do du. P Jhlrusonu g 3u lo dog Jg. W Dyrt AsuI rt lgutHber, tllihllbgm. ,l Luca-Pmr H ufuet Ulyd4..c rguo: hltde tuobao, I0 doA dou TeSuHogpkL 100 utllt ropu, 1 Page; 111o1 pu.g pIl, (u AfuluolAeuru 8&snlit 2 F c, totu Id ) Joldunulut ISl sudIr uPu, Rdo cuo. II00 do. Lread K H M(illt I do do, J A W Ellu(putl ksgwt: J Culetufr u;o; 6U sac or;r 5uf6 do gala, I hula cottou, HItladt 4ofrluresuy. i. dlb-Per steamr Litla ul.d..rarlo u11 pigs ltad. W OHuwu t ugu 4 ol sopeS gunkgointu.E(ldfrey. Laurieuu Imullt IIS ble liad, CAttuul lautoy, 3(Io W uku uorntt 45o dA Ao; . dGo.UlnP Cot I Hol rdio. R d l MflllsI, 85ll. o ,lurtu, C Ciundur. d coi lupu, Bagurt N IlluthonD ; Ib tuba 7 ululSou, L W Deyme. ISyuaFlru--Peruuuesr Huulnulll...rgeuo: ihtnlu.olmutu, AurkL Wt uu cou 15 Io A I. duu , uso' 13 do ,V Flor',: ddo .yruu, , ATrl.Ufi a o; 1 do. tnpd Pl;leg 1o1p. Jo .u, GloLdfry 4" o; 13 bblW W.iskey; S '; db o peaches; +I G seep 13, ahIoluulyltnm ord.rt I lstl. .Mulr.lutgia. VUibglra--der utesllur M1o6pic..cragu; 5 bluku cottll.o Lyuu AluWuri I reg Il do. W C ueial; do sulo. W Ork6y, 15 douJ Armouru usadriee, to TmomrA Woodrulf, HydeyA CounluskUuuholi.es Ferriduy I aol m g Olulurtlu uIurtl. PuIu alt-F-Per uteauer lluluseng..13it ulp.ts uuul . d eclu .,a. , io orderuuo d uos us r Oil Huld. PASfENgNEIoO. ewu Tru--Pur pmsk.up hip Vclbugu..arhou A B Notr-k. uyd. ti I olet teuon, euqr. SJuusphs-~--Perclhr Cuau u..ui Otiuon, unyluer, A nlogerou dusedu a duek. Hduullu--l'gr Iuig Ao;aou..Mr uuo.aa, 9l mlnno, A Porruu, A Nolleu MEMORANDA. Thu utea.mer Yteampi reprtu ls ausulger Contouy in lonillug onldldmuolu gk uIl g Il kWr. Nsg Yoruksot Aupau--urr. uto p Heruy. Peturu. heneu. CI'ad J hp Keul ty r Jtullhn u nu, tlo Na leauut ou. I Shup Nlp tLuudr. reluh, heunog Liror O oul. I1th Ju'y,. ut ojkito Ioo Iordlirone. on the iltb bslue t Nlulltulu-Per puuuuoeua, uhp~cs turg.lult Autgtuuu huuprlal Lu ulfuartiert. Copy Jla Iiter to the mauter outhes Gurul W'illiyma, lNdnw LaodunsAeriuan uhale uhip, aod thw uullllur it Illd calklluy. Hy sorniued ulite Cuuruoar ut h ualn Iuilanlda, or til AMuttt.. BIu--Thu rululs OGueraunut hivintg bLuke pnuaauiolu .r ska wkhu giln Iulild.i, ia L thetr dirhuliou linut a l luruluu ugeulua,ae u1 s s ul Ib or ft touur or ulur sheu Jyu urg hera elu d to esdl uuhu fount ga sun Il ptuhahfr. Altot Illu Bnrt dly ld JIm, IPJ all *e·sle~ found here or el any othllOul, nll tem puouoded ulgtt, liuug ontiulurgd . Capylrun. . ia, utir,v ourt o uudsuh u.uWllm, w J a CO iT. Nutar or her ruiteratge gnjuuu'a ktegh lparsuuu. Blk NMay. 1 k1. 1 (uro) ofratour ol the uluindas. .,-, kyn.o, j.,,. LEVEftPOL cuTMoy MARKE.T, lulday July20d hmbTheBr thoun e.u u in tu nmhuo thau guneek. ThL ae dWlu ohuug curuaturiued it, u,.d di uae u price a hu·s Fnu uluataol . . eatounk. Thjoiltuu olCotaoy olaulurog, sonsidrunu Ih ibleau, Al gPuuLlaun·uluuea snaill. Th l.puulo tusuekcuuh hal hug tJI0 hll iod Jwauthe ide hur O saeu period, hinluaduog 100 otherplano tl ha pkrattwei ot -*Wp ertg o,,ie asst1,/0 Aaumuau at00 dmau amukYur Obm upgnt, ununul 15,0 hug hrcMts.h o POIitI OF NEW OHJLEANS. CLoKANCoOI. 8b Cewllad Maty, IcDremo., A 8 Rak.rr ir a.mglan, tlshallC, Cet J C Piea.sa *, c Ibis hteder Mrrle, Now Yerk. Unit r a o Sri Charles Larroll, Vastaveran, Havana, J W Zecharil ptoember 3d. Ship UOd, Cttel, aBltme, Stasoea d Atery Barhk Srh, Wr.ihrainer, tiewYir Shar Emily, Pazt V. ro Vtd a -, J H Ahbb,idke Steamer Culamhit. Noor, Gialuton, J Reed al Co ARLIVAI a. ibenmer Linl.e Red, Knelady., et Loie. alta mete Roeuaotlek d JiJfda, Sepo Sata. 8tea ser ryIde qid, Irticu rlfrom rt Laua sleem Mills. Itohenrha, from Paducah. septemAnr sd. ISram towboat PoAtle y. Mtorha.h rtn thep ears ; hmlrlhi up ptai.t hilp VibrieL a ite r ead A tG e Klbh. RW eprrt Steam towbrlt Budie, Haoria., am the Pl~ , towed to .au ark Carolinata. eat Spa.ish brie Areriata. Brulght up bvk Giiate, bri Shea , and .ahr hale. Left the Ntor hd est, at P M; relports in thelin, shkip Ketinglton of Now York, nad ship CercorIia of Seeton, a ld at the N B TPau eitisih brl fror H naet. PIakat ship Vikkbug, Wade, "a days from New York. t Itaen A Caiee. H eark Uutiila, a.maMrd, tirona osto--eargo: see, te che Cl+a'o lty. rcbr C1r, Herry, (uooo lt Josephs, in ballast, IlHenshaw Radtire. *ehr Gue Di Kdit, NeCleaM, fram troarta. to Niater. S.euoer MampUor. Bradila,fLam isteeburg. Steamer Mouk.o, Payson, lom Paducuh. l nil igntia ar lUtmle per barque Z'U1I'OF'', eapt Merrill, fmtq Hare, ar partieaulariy requetedl to take out their permits. . H eGALE, rep4 9:t L(onta. iiP'Il he packl t Mp VICKh BURO, Wnde, marter, Iran, New York, in noaw diclharging opposi' the Vege table market; oersignees will rlease attend to thr Ite rceipt of tlheir goads. J I BEIN & A COHEN, ,erpr Agnts. e ocket ri Metdley. de lOlh inth., The nw shlip SiT.MAi'Y, B W Frer. mastater, mill ail puotaaull as udvartiar,; firl realide tof freight or ftr paýeassge.. aplly to L.pt, uster, opposte ilTrrliar ear et, or to PETER LAIDLAW, erta 2Io Beak ltacnt. Tb e Newa pcker t hi MT. MARY, Rob. W. sreerl, ~~aetr, is now ler:ing, and will bdetpalumhed without delol. For Ir igit or pat.age, apply to C.pt Faster, at ounrd epposita Ihe lutrar eud NR'be vlgetble mas rta, or to PETER LAIDLAW, r Rndli 26 Runst Plece. eur \ e eahertar te IalrmroaiU Lamrdilag lThe mauntch light draught teanm beat I'ENMARK, Rebst A loore.. meqaper. will Ihe at lie wharf tifa y, ready ior rsiie lreght. Far which or Ipasage, mudtaton aplplv oil (aurd, or to JN A. - H IIRAHAI. Al LLh'. A To ry private dwelling houIre, pleaa. s an atly eYltUed on Triton rrel, tlor Tivwli SCube It imes every conrveruiencee to make it ra .lraea ceidece. Apply to ansi4 J OTT. -1Al1'IAI''y OF(t NE1W tiRI.IdANS. I uHb prise oa Pexllt our to-dtv it $7 75 par Ibl. as. c rdintg ta the tariff tim bakire rlmll give durilg lw e.st.riag week, (frtum Muual, 3rd Sept.) 37 aiace S'Lrvud lbar u hilt. BraUd of the secondl qulity i re quired to nigh " '5 i,.r ceat. rr, vrit: 46 o.rnce. C. GENUOI, Mla. or. ept--1831. CLKAR aereiiee I ns ir sore and LAYET I AMELUNG, Irpl I, C4tnaeareo carert. nLaate--t.ru ..eao trimne Iafl.ard in rum, lilr Staleby LAYET & AMELUNII. ip I? Ceomtnertree tret. A- Wt Lahiuaeut tor te cure a f iiles, JUet reaet Svedmu.dttaiey H le sept S altmes. "ARP1NIT'RV.. Fimd Eatmract of aapenrilla n d .i teom.d'd'fuic e 1ae lmw, reteteed by tH BONNAIBEL. \ eelf 'l t hitaula st. *\\c '1ti; I'RUE AMIEKRICN. atm TED BY JouTa e:aDft. TU tIa. .:......SEPTEMBE 4 1.4 ORLEANS RANGERS. At a meeting of the eubecribere for the purpnos of forming a troop of Hlore nto he attached to the 4th Regiment Louisiana Militia, held on Monday the 27th August; H W Palfrey was called to the Chair, and R H Brunet was appointed Secretary. On motion, John (Gihon, J N Hawthorn, F W Jones were npp..tted a Committee to draft Bye Laws and Rut, a for the said troop; and on further motion the Chairman and Stcretary were added to the said Committee. On motion it wae Roesolved, that absent members shall be per mitted to itsp by proxy. On motion tile meetng was adjourned. At a called meeting, held qn Monday evening the 3d Sep embter, The Co nmittee appointed to that effert, report ed a st of Bye Liws and Roles for the government o the Troop, which, were taken into consideration, and with some amendments adopted. On motion, the troop went into an election of officers. Ohborne Cross, seq. was unanimeusly elected Captain. J W Stillwell was duly elected let Lieutenant, J N Hawthorn was duly elected 2d do, B Kendig was duly elected Cornet. On motio', the election of the other ofilcers wee poaspnned to a future meeting. On Inotion, Renolved, that the thanks of the Orleans Rangers be given to Lt.Col Kelly anp Adjutant Dakin for their polite services in cond scting this elecrinn.. Resalv.d, that ite thanltkf the troop he return ed to Mr McDonnell for the tuse of his room. On mnoton, the troep proeeaded to the election of a Treasurer alndl Se. retery. Mr John S Turner was ileeted Treasurer. C W Cammack was elected Secretary. H W PALFREY, Chairman. R H BRUNET, Secretary. Pacing. The sulljelt of paving has greatly oe* etpied the minds of our eitizens during the pant week, yet lies elicitdl no argument to aha nee oar prevtnos opinion of thIe s.peririty of square pave ottrnt-li wood or stone-over that formed of round stone or pebbles. Many petitionl have been circulated, and extensively sainned, reqteetinz the council lut adopt the snme view of the subject. Thes two Imodes, Ill storte ad wooa blockt, have not yet hld a fair trial. We ore quite con. vinred lhat anmple nunppliee .t the latter can Ihe pro cured here as speedy and as renaonnbly na the round rtlone whirh in tt.ct coroe frot trh north a. well as tie granite blolcky. We 1tve already sho.wn th't the slight i; 'ter ence in price is .nude up twenty fld in durntion and esving Irtmn repair., but another strotlg ad. vaningeit pltotees )et remnins to t be sthwn,--ils superior lcnnlinerts. Who hat not observed the waste or time nnd lahour io trying to cleanse the present etreels? A hundred hands can searcely produce n visible elfeer, and it is absllutely Inugh able to see them stcoopinng and picking out the dirt from hetween the straggling stones. While the two or three spots of flat pavement nreds no scnr nngers, since the same rin that makes tlh othere so dirty makes tlitet quite clean. Forty thousand dllars are ilow annually expended on this one oltject, for whihI trun would suffice were the square block pnvemnnt adnlpted Tihe holy of Gonzatllns Pepe, a sail maker living on the opi osite side of the river, was foutnd drown ed, yesterday morningt, a short distance above the hbeel nmrke. The btdy hond somle marks lo vit lence on his ear and templne. The two exiensive confagnraions of Debuy's & Tutrner'enaw mill, in the lower fanhoutne, and of MrG Pritchard's warehousea, in St Charls street,, were evidently the work of incendiaries. Both properties were fired in several places, and blnzed forlth with extreme violence, notwithstandinlg they were pIerfecly saturated by the very heavy showers of the previous evening. The Ioan on pr.perty is not very great, perhaps about $50,00 ; but the loss of the mill, in time alone, to Messrs Dehuys & Ttrnet is very great as they had extensive orders on hand. It will also prove a serious inconveni ence to those engaged, or about to be engaged in building. On Saturday evening, we had a tremendous thinder shower, thie weather cleared up fne during the night, and the wind blew almost a gale at the Lake towards morning, from the North Went. Woollen pants and over coats quite comfortable in the early part of the morning. Our cold nights and mornings have now set in, and people should be careful about their dress. f'lThe "Prerie 'Cottage'; on the Lake shore was opened nod thronred on Sunday last. From the storm of the previnous night but few visitors were expercted, imetead of which the care were all day rrowdetd to exelre. The entertainments were necessrily of the rough-rnd.turnhle order hbut ev. cry day will make them better. Proctor did eve ery thing that lay in his power, but his possee sions were ahsolutely besieged, and he was at las: oldiged to surrender the magazine having "give tott.t We wish him aueress in his undertaking, and can insure viseiers abundance from this day The city seemed nearly deserted on Sunday. The fine cool weather tempted all abroad. Tihe ferries were crowded as well as the lake, while Carrmion was overlowed with visirere. The In dies in particular find this a delightful place of recreation, rtr the gardens are laid rnt with excel. lent taste, and suppled wilh a bountiful hand. Mr Hatf, the gardener, is an admir.tble botanist and takes great pride in his flower beds: while Mr. Motre supplies to the boulders and visit re at the Hrlel accommodations unnpartnssed in any" Outrage -A daring outrasre on -ur laws has been committed undersanction of the Frence vice Consul, in N York, M. h.laz de Is Fachette.This gentleman applied for warrants to arrest two indi, viduals who, he stated, were deserters from the A lerandre, lately sent hack to France. Tie war rants were granted to bring the 2, Benoit Marcend slrd - Remoad, before the magistrates for exa mination, inesend of which they were arresrtd ao Fort Hlamilton where they were awairing the "iStar,"Capt. (;lover, in which shrip they had taken pasange to this port, and placed on board the French frigate Dide, which forthwith proceeded with them to ean. This contempt for our laws in thus kidnappatg two individuals who lived un, dertheir prutectint deserves the serious attentron of our governmnel, and we doubt not, will receive ir. It apleears tihat these two men were really the Captain and Mate of thie Alexandre, and the true charge against them was 'piracy", but fearing that so serious an orflnnce would cause ton great vrgilance the Vice Cronsnl tried the, iaesse of "de sertion"and succeeded in eluding the officers of justice. Commodore Hall is said to have declined the command of the "Consitutlion," and the Medi. terranean squadron that was tendered to him. John Neals the author, is a candidate for atote senatorin Maine. Literanure is looking up. nhr cc. Opium -It is not pI rsps -geslhjaly known that the trade in opium has b forbi'dllen by the Chinese goverrmen. t as desT rnsoien tdl enhjeets and the meet vrgiloan prevenlilp maure have hbee rOsrrted ti fTtas oth-te iippreltsion. Formerltrhis trade eQtbindd only to folr or flee thoueagll chesalhot the prfi t sprovi so. greet the English emerehnnts in Calcutts, under the er. couragement it is aeid of the Government which derives the lion's share, has been pushed to forty thoesand chests. Finding the measures of the Chinese too active to be evaded, is to eoutempla. lion to carry the ctntrabunp aricl tiprn the gusrt, in armed vessels, many of which are now..ftting out in the ports of British India. It waseong thought that the Chinese povernmest connivedsat this trade, but it is now evident they are resolved on its suppression. Should these armed veseels, knows to be too strong for the Chisnes preventive serrice, determineon carryitng the opium into port under protection of their town guns retaliatory me.sures are inevitable. The Chinese are not likely to draw the delicate line of distinction which marks thie responsibilities of what they deem the barbarian cabinets. The act of a British vessel under British colours will be considered by three unsophitricated logitiano ss an aet of the British government, and the inevitable consequences will be the stoppage of the toe trade. Now though opium.asnuggling may be 'very profitable to tlie local Indian Government the Tea trade is far mo'e important to the Enchequer o( the mother country, and it is therefore evident that snperior orders from home will stop the otnloxioua traffic. It forms a furious pictrre to contemplate, thus to see the morals empir. oa v mp li ei' China saved from d.e struction by the British love of slip-e!op. The salvation of Rnors hy the cackling of a goose was nothing to it. The Chitrese devolion to orpium will thus be made to bow to the Ethtli;hl love of Tea: a propenstly s sstrong 'thlt the celeltil efmueror will find it far more potent in guarding from pollhttien his sen prts tnrd proclamations than all the *. pungl" in his domninions even though ,enlrned with all his many millions. ( Secretaory Forsyth left Canada in the stermer ' Victoria" on the Ifd, August. The Hrn. Warwick Palfrey, late editor of the Essex Register, and member of the Mlassachusetts iegislature, and Salem corncil, is dead. The Iron trade of England in sixty years had increased front twenty five houssand to about a millionr tolr per annum. The Old Tr'ot in lunk at Orosn, Maine, I.as failed. Tlhe ran of hUe Goevernmen.--t is little to be wondered at that thepartisnne of the ndmriniorra lion adhere to tlherr so pertinacionsly when it is remembered thrt though their required labor be dirty indeed their reward is lre ad swevet. Tlhe irsrl iatribtrte of chorncter which sway other ern. plryra are never enquired into at Wushjngtu~o, and rht pih a man rob the treasury never so largely or so frequently if hle brill otutt o load anti epar lnt" in Ilio patrons pra lie is sure it get anuth, r orpporinity L for frther i lage. In pursuance with this very patriotic principle Abner V. Stinson, who woe lately a defaullter in New niampshire to the tune of omne'lhng like a hundred rhousand ar re warded for his faithful devrtion with the collect. orship if the Port of St Jose'ph, Michigan. Little ls:nac Htll, avnd Cyrus Dnarto are on their trrlvals wrstwnrd: the reason "wlrhI many be gathered from lthe N.1II. Courier of the 10il August. ',i\r Senator lihubbard, vwho is on Stinsont's bonds lfr $l0.001 leared rlr St. Josephl, Mihllicga.n, t tw day. since. Isaac H1ll, who is on the same buncs for $40,v00 and tshe Double Vtler, who is on the eonrd rrr $,55,00, leil town yesierdoav mtrronine for SI Joseph, whelre they will tteei lInubtbar t Sri son, and many ofl thir frliends w ho'lhave lie' rrutril jUItoci it h ew Engiltntd It insrtid list as 8tiltsonl enntlot caOlmte into ilrllll'lrniak EcolUir), HIubuord, dlill and ihrtror have goieo ,r it JIr.e1ut it arrange wilth the aid iot SiIursan and Th'Iopon)It ihevoluchlro'r a"o .lt as they pilosertly ian be a: ranlger, and then tiey wril btnr themll hRck k In h tice the bunt;r as b, st the)y catll nce tIhen. Wi llrI ew allot tih't. , Horll itnll' sw It illr e rit Ula t s eIlt rtod that wit ullhlllatrly crusni to the gyrtuir d both Jill land Bnrlro. llubbard cUII pay hIsstrsre alll ia r be well .ntIIUII el rli thie worid; iut tlr bunld will wlrt d uy tle liudies ou lanea 11111 aln Cy ruo U:rtonu." Tihe eillectot ,lo the Portr of New York lhas gone to H.ashnglon to cUonsult the tleprlrttellllt abou. the recent Custom lrouse circular, mean while its operation is suspended. The Frenle shllps of War sett New York out the 2lth August. (fj There is every appearance at present that the Whies in Rhode Island will elect the veteran Tristram Burgess as Senaltor to Congress. We hail the nomination with pleasure. Tea SECRETARY 0F THE NAVY-The Madieat iant, some days since, pubhished a conlmuninc tion, inlpuling the late esanult upon the Navy to Mr Pnllllldng, the new Secretary, and expressed toe beliel of the editor that such chaoge was Ia. pitimnate. The same paper bf Saturday again al ludra to it in the following manner: "We are now perfectly satisfied we were correet in that teliref. If te assault had been made by any etha r person, without the knowledge orsanc ion of the Secretary of the Navy, the would long since have disavowed all knowledge of the sanme. and have declared his diespprolation of it. Not so, howeaer, the Secretary remains mute, there it taistly acknowledging himseif to he the anther. In our own opinion, the oflicers of tile Nav owe it to their hard earned and deserve alc high repultatin, to nmake a respactfull aplincaion to the Chief r;Excuotv', requertinq Ils in:erposi tioon ,tase.ertrin and inforn them officially whl it is that heas thueaspersed their charactere. So long as they are left undees the tmprresrioooo that it is tile Secretars himself, it is impossible they can entertain the smeallest particle sfrenpect for him. The mere speedily, therefore, lhe is exo. aerated from the suspicion, if unjust, the more will Itat branch ol the public intertet he promol. elo. II. Ihowever, the suspicion shall be confirm e., MIr Paolding will be called on by manny and monsi weighty tonsideratlonl to retire forthwith. Public sreniment will call for it; justice teo tiooae favorites of the Nation who have been slan dered by him, will require it ; the good of the sor vice will demand it; lor it is imlposlsible there can ever b nany respect or harmony of laeling, ener tlined or existing on the part of tie officers of hl' Navy, tolwnrds the head who has stiginatised hto, It "cut purses and cut thrlaotes" as "monn who adopt the i wxmls lo "ooblers eant tinkers;" totally de voil of "esprit Ie corps," and who "oskalk" from aervio.e.Tlho is no0t all.'lThy are told thanti any .It th.hn all fCel di-salisted with the decisions the Sotr,,tlury atay make nlTeclinrg thoeo, nole matte how uanjust, nror how arbttroary, that i hlie catches ally ol ihen in Washington "ampaigning.i t) ol. rain r'ed.esa, by avppen lntg to his superiors, hit will "tar"NAP tihett! Whllat morve opproblious lresrl cotulldlh.ovc blru".n smployeo? One oapplied to neIpgu steualing. T'iot ExrPo. oot SQn.anorN.-'lThe Norfalik Bnn c rn rl the 2lvt says. "\e learn from ioit intllo - tenolt pllotl who conducted the sqladron ito sea, thatl left tlhe Vilcennes at 9 ol)oeck pll oIIIIa nmorn n, twenty five miles east ll Cape ltllery, wlih a line breeze Ironm the North. ThIe ofoicers and crews were in excellent spirits and all were re'jot:ed tlh;t they were fairly embarked on their itleresting oisiet;n. Tihe pilot describes he sight of the vesselslr tile esquatdrtnl about the flag salap. all under lull sail, as highly plhoasnr. ln o declar ed that he never saw rmen marlle bent on acolll plialhng all within their power for the hornor andt ,lory or the Navy, and of the country, and full at Ihfe and at al. As there was a ruator nfl,,l rospectinl some sehw ofal Uuiy oil hoard the Penclaclo, t may be twell to stlat that there was no loundatalO lo)r such a stateninto, and that a single sailor only used im proper language, lor which he was auly tried by Cuurt Marshal and pualshed. SucceLs and iavorlnog gales atrend the squadron. The officers have much to col.tend wtlh aplrt roum the novelty of their ent.rprise, and its un certain issue; but we trust that they will all collie forth lihke men, and by their boldness and sko:l, wheheerhs sueeeslful or not, will mingle their namlera with the desatinisa of their servica. Horrid Jtlrder in Virginia.-The New York Willy givea the following particulars of the bloody and mlalicious massacre of the two lovely little glsa daughters of Judge Mayers5 of Virgiuna, by a couple of slaves, near the Virginia Sulphur Springs, received from a lady and gentleman just returned from the luth. It appears thter the Judge uwla severral llaves and amollg other, Sally, ase idlwoman; And}, a'derperate negro; and Jane, t daughter of Salty. a airl o' 14. Jane was in the balit of taking the children to a school in the vi cinity. On aIst Friday week, Ithy did not return as usunl, anol the family beenme heassy at their abeena,'. Search was made and they were at nlast found by Jane, but as she nXpininled, yhen thirty feet fromn them in the dusk af, thle evening "Here they are wit th i ir rhtot/ rt" st' luspicton fell upon her and site wasl imnedi tely arrested. Upon erxainaion Fhe sltatd, that on the dalsy above lentioned, dally tlad hear to hring the cail. dren home by thle way of the blankberry pat*.h. \Vhen she arrived there, thle ,I woman seized ahr youngeset chilt, and eml its throrst Andy rushed out l I the bushes,eand cut the ihroa;t oi ohU eld eat. Thal, then whnt'ld tafmoutder the infant of Mrs. Mavers, which June had in her arms, she however, lelt, and savd Ilie innocentn . Four oa the Judge's children have prevouasly died very suddenl), ndil it is dalt' ntr'Ctsed that they were poisoned by Sall)'. Site was heard to say, a short time ago, after her master had been lecturing her, that no child of the Judge's should live to horse0 whip a child of ler's. Tihe murdered children were ole 7 and the other 8 yearsuf age. To the Editor of the True .meriren. Ste-ln order to plane the contruverey respeeting the late memorial to the Councoil of the Secand Municipality for the erection ol a Market House, in its true light, I will thank you ta publish the inclosed copy of my letter to Dr Barton; and also to republish the proceeding of theb council on the same subject. Your. obedl servant, H W PALFREY. New Orleans, lst Sept, 1838. Extract from the proceedings of the Council ast their sitting of 15th August, 1838. The following memorial was read and ordered to be published. To the honorable the recorder and council of Municipality No. 2. The indersigned, proprieters and residents of the vicinity of St. Mary's Market, respectfully reproe sent; that they have perceived with pleasure that your honorable body have purchased the triangular lot at the junction of Annunciation and Tahoupi. toulas streets for the purpose of erecting thereon a vegetable market, which the rapidly increasing wants of the population will soon require; and believing that no time should be lost in erecting said nmarket, and that it will immediately when finished, produce a revenue much more than sufficient to defray the interest on the outlay:-they respectfully request the council to cause tile same to be cotm. menced forthwith, so that it may be finished by the first of January next. The undersigned having understood that doubts existed whether the revenue from the proposed matrkt would be sufficient to sanction its immediate constrtuotion, hereby bitd and obligate themselves to the cou.cill that said market will rent for at least tihe sum of fire thtousand dollars per annum, if con. structed on a plan similar to the Poydras market and provided the same 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 land, will leave $.,600, or about 18 per cent on the estimated cost of the market house per annum, or nine per cent on the whole cost of land and building. Relying on the enlightened seal which guides your honorable body in all matters connected with tihe public good,--the undersigned indulge the hope that their. proposition ;vill be acceded to, and will ever pray, &c. &.c. E A Aitkens, Win Evaon,: C Theod Buddenke, Fred Valentin, Jededinla Leeds, Jtihn Leeds, John Kellar, D S Peabody, Charles Diai.ond, Robert Breakey, Lewis F Bundy, lenry Latlhrord John S Aitkens, Robt Douglass, Jona Alston, E 1 p yker, James O'Rourke, Williamtt Spencer, J B D Voin:rl, Janies Jolls, Jonn Dunn, II B Kenner, W H Brown, Abraham Frail, Win Simnon, T'homnas Fitawillianm, Sidle & Stewart, WV McCawley, J Berry, Nathan Nichols, ,1 Robitailloe per F Yzqutendo, Charles F Ilozey, J B Walton, E [L Tracey, Ii W Palfrey, B Ii Brunet, Burthe, David Adam, Charles A J.oobh, J J Hall, Jan H L.vecrich. Whereupon Mr. Peters introduced tre following resolutions: on motion the rules were dispensed with, and on motion for the adoption, the yeas and nays were called for. Messrs. Caldwell, Gloyd, Meux, Peters, Sewell andi Yorke, voted in the afllrmative, G ayes, and Mr Nixon in tire ntegative, one. nay. 1 Resolved, that the proposition ofChs Dimond, E No Parker, Jodedialn Leeds, John Keller, D F Burthe, J Berry, J II Levericeh and others, to gun. rantee that the projected vegetable market, at tihe junction ofTehoupitoulas and Annunciation streets shall lease for $3,000 per anImtn, be and at is here. by accepted. 2. Resolved, that the surveyor he and he is hereby required to make a plaat aud stimate of said pro jauted maarket, and to suatl tahe sarlot to thia caun. cil at its next Ineetung, for its approval. 3. Ih; it further revolved, ithat the surveyor lihe and hI in hereby nuthorisrd to give notice for pro. poamIn to erect said market and to furnish tlh iron ctlutllns and other iron work that may be neres oery for the same; the whole to be doata in conl foratity with specifications iall;dt lay the surtvey)r. The market to le tinished by the .ha Jamuarry next. STh aroplaoalna to a be reaeived attil the lt 'laued..ay of Slptelbcur icxt, whena they will be. atend oln by the crouncdll. To Dr Barton -Sir, a few days rsin,'e I ign~ed a dacuaen.ra whicah (c,.,urnrv to eay nntiNl eaehltt) I di.,earnred wilh reaillang,.o in, tn. your rlpresaa.tmag It to alie merely a MEMoIIAI. t a tie l'ouIcil or Ihe rpeedy erection ,al a Vegetablle Markea, tla havitng sllel: asc(rt,laned taint i is Io l a B],ND or OUIes. TtriN by which tile signeti are bound to gUllaran.lse an itncomle of $5,000 per aIaalannuaa, I will thaluik you to have lUay Inoe erased Ilim lthis obliuatlon ill the course oa tlt.day ior io-morr;i, othelllrwrise I shall ibe ollired to notlify the council and send treml a copy ni this letter Yoatr obtd't serv', H W PALFREY. New Orleans, 21st Aug, 1838. Extract frot the proceedings of the Council of 2lth Auguret. Tihe hecretary submitted the following letter: Sir,-I have seen, with regret and surprise. that my name has been omitted to a petition to put up a vegetable market in Tchoupitoulas street, as that was entirely unintentional. I request you to add my name to said list. Mr. Palfrey has requested me to erase his name from it,-I willingly assume any responsibiltty which belonged to him or to any other name oh. tained by me, and they were all marked (B) when I handed the list to Mr. Dimond. Respectfully. Your Obt. servant, E. H. BARTON, 28th August 1838. Mr. John Gibson, Secretary. On mation time secretary was authorised to per mnit Dr. E H Barton hta subscribe his name to said document, but directed not to allow any erasure. leorganination af Ihe Armay.--The Fredericks. bur- (la.).A:\rena a.ys thai a baerd l armay illi. cert, tiellrela Scaaa,as President, are to devise s pl.at llll dealu to rearguallize tie different branches t tilse aarvte, ta Intake a Ihoruugh lexallninaiall
of Ihe catnditllall of eallcll colp and rergllllenlt, o crea s.e oulut a tall ulnehanglllrell rules respect ing cellnOrliy, brevet rlak, prulolion, transler, lurlough, exatra service, &e., ll so mnuch ineeded. XOTICE. ST. CHARLES THEATRE. fITHE Ladies and Gentlemen engaged in the - above establtrhmlent are requested It assemble in the Green Room on Friday the 28th inst. pre vious to the opening rIr the 'T'heatre, which will take place on MNinday lt October Ilext. yi order of the I roprietor, GEORGE IIOI.ILAND, Treasurer. N Orlenri , 4th Sept. 1838. '-?'lhe Cineinnati Whig, I,.aisville J3 urnnl, V hlrksblir Sentinel and Narchnez Free Trader will please insert the nhne thr.e times. NEW OIILEAN'S COMIIERCIAL INS'II TUTE. i'eace street, bitwee Jtloreau and Casaealro, sub'b. .Vlarigniy. SPECIAL Course of Book Keeping.-The course of Iloeo Keeiping opened since saverul months, will close in a lew eals. Many good accountants, among whom are gentle. men ofhigh standing in business, will be the referen cos ofutred to the public patrronage. A new evenring clas will he opened as soon as a oaf ficient nuiLber of subscrilberas sill are ican obtarined; it will close in November next. For gertlemean residing in the upper part of the city, an evenirg class, three times a week, will be opened at tie corner of St. Louis and Exchange Place, if sub set iptiansare received. GENERAL COURSE OF COMMERCE. This coure is opened every day, from 5 to 9 o'elock P. M., for exercising on the diflierent branches of ac countability. The Literary and Commercial Institute fhr young arnttceen i opened froct 8 o'cle A. M., to 5 o'elore P.I. Half baarding ascholars d'oittel ' A AUBERT. sep4-I838--lm TO RENT. rT HOSE large premises in tirod street; the lot roma IL Bnrmter, tim front on (ire is 18 feetl, by a depth of lti0-theimprovents consist f a donble frame I dwelling ltuse and kitlchens-and the rear lot adjoin. ing Ia a brick building 4t Iby 40-drvided into three tenements. 'iThe whole will tr let on reasonable terms toa good tenant. Apply to DOYLE & MAY, eep4 8 Caroadelet st. 1Et ASURILY NOTESi-For sale tise day, only $5ltfl0treasura. tnates and j!0h00 Government cheebk n the Bank of America, New York, in differ ent sums. Apply at the oallce O. GEO. WHITMAN, eep4 Exchange Hotel. St. Ch ries st. TI) KENT. A TWO Story frame dwelling House and kitchens, . e., situated in Poydras street, between it. Charlesand Carotndlet. Aplply to repo UOYLE 4. MAY. ýgej(*CE TO FIREMEN. i otps te to to the ire Plugs of the Comt ommereiilkWater Works, were to have been Sstloged the ltlinAf., but inl conequence of the of. feern itt elge rid. e. vrl eomopanirs not having o called froe sel paopltps to fit the caps, tie change has been pruerastinat mtl thits d1Q. Tihe pspanne no v be obtaoped at the ofice at tie eomplov, No. 60 Maga. line street. The nuention of the gentlemen in charge of the E gine and Hues Company, are repectfully eli ciled. By order. ELLIOI'T, sepIA Secretnr'. NOTICE. r 1 H E .uhecrihers have retired from the Dry Goods . butipess, in which they have Itern engaged for tors pat--lat New York, Hintsville, nol in New Or leas. They will contine their respective branches, permanently, at same olneen and under the same firm. for the purpose of connecting the rareantilebusiness. Those indebted to them will please call and make settlement. Any claims whlioh may be due by them will be paid at sight. ANIREWS * BROTHERS, Naea ofpaartneri and residence. J J ANDREWS New York, Z ANDREWS, New Orleans; E L ANDREWS, Huntsville,Ala. sep4-1838-3t RFiIOVAL. ANDREWS & Brothers have removed their Count - i House toNo.50 Camp street. SERVANT WANTED. W ^VANTED immedietely a good Cook, washer and - ironer, for which good wageo will he giren. Apply to 121-St Joseph street, between Camp and Magazine streets sept 1AOGGING-5l pieces Kentncky belang for sale sep4 9 Bank Alley. J)RAFTS onHLmoisveile, Ior sale by DIHEIMOGINE BROWN Jo CO, aug30 9 Costi st. WANTED TO RENT. A large, airy and eonvenient School I GIBSON, Editor. lFFICE NEWORLEANS& NASHVILLE RAIL J. RUAD COMPANY-l)rafts on New York at sight, or sixty days date, for sale, in oums to suit pur clhoere. JAMES H CALDWELL, iv6t President. SACIN--100 hhde Cine ton 0 ides, in itore Sfor sale by LAYET & MELUNG, augl8 Commerce street A IfOUaE. kUtcttoen annt tsop toe le, ttlmttttg ot tmirous and Basin stl.tt. lteivilee Iltto e giea in 15 days. JAtMES f.AMISgEl'T. uugl4 CODE OF PRACTICE OF LOUISIANs". fI THE Subortiber Ihas been somle time in preparin;. S nod has now very nearly eompleted, a new edi tion of the Code of Practice, ulotl a plan whliclh cannot fail to becme oseful to the profession, in which he is assistad h, a few of his friends, the eaperielce in the law of some of whom dates fromo the eetablishment of our judlial system, and under whose especial direction the matter has been prepared. Sinc the appearaoce of the specimen number of the Civil Code, published by Messrs. E. Johs & Co.. it was thought advisable to publish the Code of Practiee in the satme form, that those who desire it, may be enabled to hind the two Codes together. The arrangement, however, will te different. After collecting el the decisions of the Supreme Court upon the otde o4 practice which apply to the articles oll tamined in the Code, they have bten digested and pla ced under each appropriate article, in the tsap e ofta note; together with references to the anmel so tsat the render by turning to any article of the dode of Prae. tice, will at once know thie decision upon it. The work will also contain all the tumendments to tie Code of Practice, as well as the lawn creating and regulating the City Courts of Ncw Orleans, with a conlapleta in Six toi tie whole. 'The Shre werk will make its appearance as crn as thle firstl of larch ncext, and boedttl in good ubsto all sheep colnllto ln low binding, soldrt six IotaL.ARS per ct'.y. ~per c ' Al. GREINER. nu1s-mAt'tteroet at ,aw. Y.I',1 - !)-.\t l) erOcr to ttkke cilarge oltneortc . S lcfere ..cs for morality and cnpacity will bt rcequird. Apityly "i 11ONN058lt.F, tg2f Cor,. ' ert:'' ofNatcltz and Toh'pitoulase. .oILO, PAINTS & . t'l.lttN'iiN Es E; ill C.Ieks foreign ILinseet. Oil, 15 btrrel Spilrtt 'l'ut)ontlil'i 5 ceake Sperm Oil, 11)0 kge tare Whilte Lead; 15s " No.1. Afloo, eonral oeourtmentttfoteticijut'erl. JAIIVIS A- ANDRIEV' S, an " - - - h ... . .'lehopltonlt st. Nee, Orleans, '5 Aug., 1838. TrllS lInl isch.ecl.ing on New York at sliglht. ROI'1T. J. PALFREY, anl, l t Cashleier. SLATFR ,&'I TVIER, noT.1,:1 l'4 tdrts .treet. 71":(:11.1:4 1 7. lZ IRA:: cenes-73,mil of L~ Ir ric: quality Inurll fJl'a I, A l!Xriue. t''E'li11,1 & AVEll. nlold! 1Pov (;rn vir st. 'i chVrfAtaf SlcytSTETSON , AVE , (t 11IM.1PAIIGNE Brandy-In liter nlllu half pipes, / a vere spleriortol c rthi le in ottres eltI for satle -y 'I" ItI 101 & littO., nsuec8 39 lCotelll, crer Magazine st K ANI'i ot ti I. I'PEIL-JoIt recoited a fieww thle cand oshelt of ,,llak Iill lPapr, of vairy ulperior qualiiy, Ibr sale by DA)111 FEIT & O'tI, aug2l3 N Y Statitoners Ilsll, 214 Chaurtres. j UI.ED Record Ipnlar--Just received a few reams I, Hu ldon',t vry one blue record C(.p, both plain and ruled, for sale by DAVII) FELT & CO, aug23 N Y Sntlioer's Hall, 24 Chartres. IN-l It -haleOi- I bld),rec tified wmle oil, It fir csale by WHIT'BRIIDG) E & CO, ug'28 - 130 Magazine st. C ANI)LES--2YS 0 oxes Sperm Candies, 'or sale by WIITBHRIIDGE & CO aug.08 13f Magazine a.. It I1BRELLAS-6 ases of Ilmbhrellan for sale by SWHITBIRIDGE & CO, angl28 1311 Magazine st. HITE Havanao Sugar-5-' boxes White Havana S Silear,of very superior quality, now landing from brig A. It., for sale by JOSEPI: COCICAYNE, nug98 25 Gravier et. nug2. 25 Gravier at. FIFTY DOLLARk RKEI AILI). Sfor the apprehension ot the boy ANDREW who absconded on the 5th inst. Said bhe is about 15 years of age, 5 feet high, black face, and very good looking; when ist pokn to h speaks quick, and ttammers a little-had on when he left, blue cottonade pants, blue stripedl hirt and straw hut. JOIIN 11IINTURN, aug28 13 Exchange at. POkBhT" PAINTING,. R. PYIAK E rogetoalty tolurus tht public that li e will remain shorte tIe.H in New Orleins for the purpose of painting portraits. Rooms enrner of Canal andl St Charles, in thie Ihouse occupied by Parmly & Lyon, Dentists, wherespecimena of his painting can be seen. Entrance in St Charles Street. mn281tn HISYKEY, Flor and Pork, in store, for sale by T mt2. G IDORSEY,41 New Levee. ALE ROPE o TW'INE--for ale by BLATER & TRIER, an g24 40 Poydras street. I)o COFFEE-800 abhgs ko coffee nf nest quality lunding from brig Chamion, for tale by STETSON & AVERY. jyl 28 Gravrier streets. 'V ANTE'IED-A B1OOK BINDER-Nune oneed ap. S ply but a workman. V McKlEAN, jyl2 cur Camn o ( Cotmon streets EMOIN SYRILUIP-t-I boxes leoml syrup, lunding froml ship Concord, u td for sale by C I THAYER & Co. jy2t 74 Poydran street. LATHS--41U00 Laths in store, Itad for saole by J 'TIiAYEIl & Co, jy26 74I l'oydras sett'ct' )WVElI., Cotrneto--llt0 bales 7-8 & 14.1 Lowell L Ngro Cottons, in store, and fo' alde by STETSON & AVERY. aug25 88 Gravier st. LIIII.E---U O casks lof TrlmastonU Lie tfluat, and for sale byv CHASE & )IXEY, jy,'4 6 Customhouse street. U LAdSSE-32 bbls. ftilasses Ilandi g from scl S Huos also :l0 ditto, in store, and fir satle by LAYET & AIIELUNI;, au 7 17 Comton sto et. CAItEY'S CItEI'lT SYSTEM. TI1,E Credit System of France, Great Britain a the United States--by H C (urey, au tl., 'Princitples ofPolitical Economy,' &c. Jut received and for sale by KE Wll. M'K.EAN, nol4 Corner of Camp & Common st. F OR SALE-Bonlm of Columbia, Eustace and lTemple's Mixture, Hay's I.itment, Rooe Oint imeant, Headache Remedy, Ilurn's Corn Plaster, &e. for sanle by JARVIS & ANDREWS, jy28 coa Common & 't, hcpittulas st 1RINTING( PAltER-JIst receivetld Itlrreeto. m tliim printing paper, some very low priced, and sournme of fine quality, for sale by D FELT & CO, nlIA1 N Y Plttiuner's Hall, 24 t('artr TO LET. Ic-L A , omfnrtable small dwelling in Baronne b hetrwen Gravier an ('omllmon. Sullt. lt. a smaull fnmily; Equire at 26 Tehoup. itoules stIJ anug I MLINOIS & OHIO FUNDIS, for sale hv NATH'L TOWNOEND, jrlI Eaelmung Hotrl Gradiet st. ILU"I & GREEN INKJ-lust rerived an invoice of Permanenet Ble ant Green Ink for sale by lte dozen or single bottle by DAVID FELT & CO, N Y Stationer's Hall, 24 Chartres at. anges or, EvlIR DE8eRIPrON. rPEEDILY, BHAND-'Os ElI AND CIIEAPI.Y EXECUTED AT T O. lICOE OF THE TPru.imericana, ST. CIIAILES STITE1ET, .NCARI POYDUI..S. m.23 LOIIISIANA FURNITURE WAREROO1WMS No. 53, Bienville srreet. W IL.IAM R, CARNE., (firmerly of thie irmoe ililet & (eroes,, would respectfully inf.rmt his frisLds and the public that he ih constaitly receiving from New York and Boeton a good esserttmnt of Fur nitre, such as maneogany ohairs, renfis, l,dteude, ma ple and painted chairs, maple antt cherry bedsteads, mnaltoganyv ant cherry tables of all deseriptions, bu reausr, loilet s, crtarys, writilng desks, wnrdreree of mahegany and cherry, wash stoutln, iookig glasses, feathers, lbedding, &c. &e. Nlj. Furniture peeked for transportation with real MRS. ANDERSON'S PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, Removed from 17 Cwutomoheae St. TO NEXT DOOR TOST. CHARLES THEATRE, Coanen or POYDRAS & ST. CitAR.LS STREET. au:9-1838. r INE & PORTER BO'rTLES-50 gros wine and 100 gross porter bottles, for sale by HOLMES & MILLS, Jy2l Bank Alley. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, No 13, Toulouse st,- By Mrsn Hoffmn.n. SHIS house is specious and conveniently situated I for men of business; near the Levee andl the New Exchange. The table will be well supplied and attended to, and the charge moderate. Boarders wishing to have lodging, can be accommo dated, at different prices, with commodious furnished rooms. Boarders will have the satisfaction to meet there, ptetons speaking the French, English and Span ish langueges. ang23:3m PENSION BOURGEOISE, Rue Toulosue, n. 13, tenue par Milde Ve. Hofrmann. CE1' takbliementet eet jtecieue, e se troure situb pres de la Levee et de Ia Nouvelle Bourse, c'est dire au centre des afllires. La table sera bien fournie, proprement tenue et a un prix modbrb. 'ux qui prenant pension dksireraient y loger on rent des appartemens de dillbrens prix, bien garnls et coinmodes. Lea pDnsionnaires auront I'agr6ment d'y trouver des personnes parlant le langues franmise, anglaise et espagnole. ia i~ALAC(A' iie iweet uOd dry, in quarter ceasks, Iltditn bble..forsale bh r RligAD I BARSTOW, aug25 7 Bank Place. URNITURE-Just receiving st ddhion atp. ply frott New York and Biston Perrts want of FURNITURE. would do well to cell at 53 It ionville street before purchasing elsewhere. Terms Cash, or good city acceptance.RCARNE. W R CARNES. taug25--w IIEMORRHOIDS. SAY'S LINIMENT.-No Fiation.-This ex. traordinary chemical composition, the result of science, and the invention or a celebrated itedi cal man, the introdiution of whiclh to the public was invouted with the solonunty of a doathbed bequest, has sinco gained areputation unparallcled, fully sustaining the correctness of the lamented Dr Gridley's last confession, that " he dared not I die without giving to posterity the bIeneit of his ktnowlodgn on thins ubject," and he therefore bedqueothed to his friend and attntdaut, Solomon Hays, the secret of his discovery. It is now used in the principlut hospitals, and the private practice in our country, first and most certainly fir thes core of the Piles, and on exten sively and tTectually as to baffle credulity, unless where its eftects are witnessed Externally in the following complaints: For Dropsy-Creating extraordinary absorption et once. All Swellings--Roducing tltem in t few hours. Rheumatismt-Acute or Chronic, giving quick ease. Sore Tlhront-By Cancers, Ulcers or Colas. Croup and Whoopinmg Couglh-Externally, and over the Chert. All Bruises, Sprains, and Bornre-Curing in a few' Lours. Soit'S and Ulcers-1W tliher freosh or loug standleg, and l'ever eores. Its o'pral otin upoI adul!n and children in redie. ing r 'ruinttic wellitygs, and loosening cvitglin and tighltlnves tie alcest, y ilnxatin of the plrts, acs been urprisiing beyond concepti.n. 'Tie enitivonn retmark of those; wHti have uid it il the I'lls, is t neacts like, a cha. ' ." TiHII, I'lLC S-The price, '.l is reroried to ny person lwo will use a hkttle of .lays 'c imelii!l tnr the I'd s, and return the empty i,tthi withoiiut being cured. 'T'es are thlt piliveI urtc -a of i l. prlorietor to the Agentl; and iolt of tiUi.ty thou. sands sold, not one lias I.ni m.sle:cessol. V'\V mightrtinsert certiflcates to any Ioni.th, buh prefir that these who sell the article, ulauld ex Itbtit the rtinitil,a porehasers. CAUTIOTN--.te can be genuine without a splendid ongtrawd wrapper, oUn wlich is my niali!, and also that df the Agents. r SOLOMON IHAYS. Sold wholesale and retail, by COMIS''OCK & Co, New York, antd by one Druggist tiI eviury town in the Uliison. For sale by the Wholesale Agents. corser of Comonen & 'Tehoupitoulae street, and by the Apothecaries generally. je30 ., PERM Whale til-15-h0 gnllnhs wanter sp,., m ,it; ih0l I.00gallons ounner oil- 31101 gallons relined whale, for sale by \VWlt'lIRIDtl tf CO. aug2l 130 Anignxiu"est. SLtiUt N I' , TIN . L .Tn. , £l.,C-.tkpnge bhltc e tin, 100 .txes tin plate, anil 15 caso zinc, in store,fir sale by S I.OCKE & Coi jyl4 It0 d ve HISKEY-5u0 bIls in sttre, tr ale iby ang2l ti lIORSEY, 44 New Lever. LOU R-200 I bis in stre, tor osI byE l D(JRSEY, aug21 44 New Levee. W OOD CUTr 1Kt wanuted on the New Orleans and Nashville rail road; ailetiy tI fH. BONNABEI., Corner of Natchez d- Tehopitonlas street! aag21 PRINTING OF'ICFE. IFOR fSALE,-A printing office, composad of all ' the materials necessary Ibr a newspapner. An assortment of french accells; several fints of Jolt TtrE;a large eztra impeial press, &c, Ae, Cwill be sold cheap, and on easy teams. This is an excellentchance for one intending to establish a country papler, ai vii. lage Jolt Office. The type re. will be sold separately from the prees should such an arrangement acncommo date the purchaser. Apply at this office. M EDICINES, PAINTS & OILS-A large and general assortimenton hand, for s:de low, by JARVIS & 'ANDREWIt, jy2S-lm.is.e or Common & Tehoup ittdlas a NOTICE. THE Coprtnershrp heretolore existing in this city, Ibetween the eubaeribers, under thdie firm of Lane Van Wyaik i Co., in New York, aidlaw 4. Co., and in Natchee, Miss., Van Wyck, Laidlaw . Cc., is dinsod red by amtualconsent. John Laidlaw, Peter S. Van Wyek, and Thomas W'. Van Wyck are authorized to use the name of the firo in liquidation only. JOHN l.AII)LAW, ANDREW LANE, PET..R S. VAN VWYCK, THOMAS W. VAN WYCK, New Orleans, aug. I.th, 1838. CO-PAlt'I'NElSIHIP. Thle lbscribers have fr.,.dl ia cmnltnership in this city tnder the firml of Van \i ck C4 Co., and in New ork unde, the firm nofJohn Ltaidluw 4 Co. JOllN LAII)IAW, PETER S. VAN WYCK, THOMAS VY. VAN WYCK, augl8--183,. ENGLISH- , FRENCIl AND SPANISII ACAD EMVY. pROFESSOR MORPlY,assisled I,v pentlelmenf pro 1er qoulifictions andl exliriee., hl olpened an Academy, i. tit brick building belotging to IVi,. BIruad Esq., ailjcobinig the eramltna oi SI. Charles street, where votang gentlemen, well disposed, will re ceive a good education. cMr. e . solicits the co-operation of his frionds and those of education. to enable him to render this insti tution useful and permantent. aug23 WHOLESALE TIN WARLE il .NUFACl'TRY 1 I:OCKE & CO., No. 22 Old Levee, have in a store, lf their own manntlactrre, a large lnd ex tensive assortment of in ware, weclh they invit deal ero in the trade to examine; iulio 2'i) lCopper, nugor house ski.niiier; 22i do. Sugar Ladles; 2h doz. Copper sugar lamdps; 7^ .eth tubs. assorted sizes; 39 gross assorted sized toffeire iruigl:. N. B--Roofs of buildings covered with zine, copper or tin. Copper and tin gutters put up on the shortes notice, al'7 OK.--2(lI hibls,pri t meA sof pr, lide, . for sale by U I)ORSEY, aug7 44 New Ievee, U NDERtOOD), Pickles, Ketchups sad blustrd, in store and for sale by J IIHAYER & CO, aug 16 74 Poydran street. IoUSlN. -70 bbls Rosiin n store anil fr sale by J TIIAYEIL & CO, aug 16 74 Poydras street. SAgD.--4bM kegs vrryn uperior leaf Lardfor sule L ay JOg SI' COCKAINE, ug l6 3 GrIvier street. aug 16 IrIEXAS MONEY far sarle Ir '"1I R' IttII` l & BRO. tmugl6 39 I'ommoe it., ore o ttie inao hrine. SECOND MUNICIPALITY. W ERE b,rought to the Police Prison ofthe Second '- 1 uIicipality, the fillowing named slaves viz:- 01.EDO, aged about 48 yeats, says Ihe belongs to Mle. NaOnu JOHN, aged about 23:1 years, says hie belongs to Mr. S Iteedwis. HENRY, aged abhot 19 or nI years, says he be longs to Mr S llntdwin. The owners of "aid slaves, ale reluetoed to prove property, pay charges and take them h Esy. H S HARPER, sepll Chptdin of Wateh. W ERIt, brought to tie Police Pouend of the 2nd Municipality lth following named unilnls One high Bay mire and Cult. Oneasmdll Bo Colt. The owners ofsaid alitinala are requested to call to the Pound, prove pioli'rty, and take them way. .- H S. HARI'R, nugl Captain of the Watch. L a . t6 meu e n t d6pot de la 2de munll pals,le.s uanimanx snivans: UIne rande jument tis Sea son snivnnt- n in ldt. Lea prmjietlirospiadlt ant maux saontpre de vedilr su dpot; prouver Ilr proprl 6st, payer les fraiset inmqester Iladist anittuhx, i ost H S HARPER, Ca5ple,.'aGde._ -RICE-50 easke now I.ins irot Crlinestoa,for saleby ! i LA:WHARD, jyi 33 Gravenstret. 1"O- RENT-A large ad airy otfi cme', st.wl i it, 1 and in the most bnsineess part oflhi city. Terms, moderate. Apply to W. GREENE, at the Orleans lithographic Ofler, 53 Magarlne siledl. jy24 1fO LET-The Houns situaIed il io cbtner of . Orange and lIliiuo ostrenasj japj to jy24 .10 Common stret. A Card. ORLEANS LITHOORAPHId .STABLISH MEAT, 53 MAGAZ/NYI dTREET, oprolTE sAN n ARCADE,. W GREENE etllmsr Ils sincere thanks to hib friends and the public of New Orlaans, for the I atronares bestowed on him for the last two years, sad t bgs leave to assure them that all orders cosrhitled to his charge shall he punctually attended to; he will as asual, keep the tfies open during the summer, and shall be always readv to strike i merehsnl's circu lars, business and address eard, funeral notices.maps,. plans, and drawings, of every description, at the shortest notice, and on the most reaaonable terms.. I Being assioted by artists superior to any other establish. meat in the city, and from lons experience in the Slithoraphic line, lie feels confident of giving entire: ratisoaectin. N I Apothecarles and drngglsts' labels executed in, t as good style as copperplate engraving, and at one thtlrd of tha enpense. jvel 1O, SALE-The splendid steam boat MauiRCANT d having undergone a thorough repair, will be ra dy fur sea in a few days; this heat is copper Inastletld and coppered, with a copper boiler and apluttid en gian; her aeeommodations being very extensive, and well found in every rsptect: far further particulars a"e' ply at tie ship yard of(iflory Ihyrmn where she no,# lies, or to MAUNJEL WHITE -CO, aua2l-15t 96 Gras e sutreet.' IALT'--00 sacks flie salt ii store aiidfor ale by 1S J P WHITNEY, aug23 C li st. OAP and Tallow Candle--10o nouxeso'llow Cao. flies; 'ihl boaxes No. I oal extra soap, bands of James Gonld and Jackson &A Trowbridge :hr sale by ISAAC BRN)ilk & CO, augn23 134 Magazinenst. OFFICE NEW ORLEANS & NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY. T RAFTS on Nea olk arsisl, 30 and lf days J Psighlt, fir sale, ith tttnoo I sui purlhaners. Al so, Cedar limbear fior pota and'lsoluepers, ald Plhiladel 'hina ItlIat.e" wlheela tllt earls for sale oa res.onhl,. L ers. JA11JAAIE0 II CALDWEILL, alIOtlI--f President. r'AlAKE N.oti,:e nou ill aeninit the "latlia. Ilrv 1 )oc:k, sised anld aplrovei bv Jnames I)ick,will Ihereafter i' taildl Isy the owers o I iI,, Floating IDrv Ih5k, the satid Jamei Iti.k having never benouatnlho. ied to Illnm ke nallo y ttui . SMoreover, all il foltIl tisl dot', will thave to lhe ap irmved ane t ksigad by Ithe neit of he Floati g Dry Irk. llE.llss(iIkF IlllOWN - C(i, nngl.' 9 Conti st. ` I'A'UI ill. ' I l-, \:A, ihtrlh rt lie 11r i-b as intCtit ,,f.ie* r lea's: l'rellat the li, orablle 'ur'e-s Mnaria, Jad,.-N'so. 1111;27, J R Put oat , vs. Ilia Cre,lilt,,rs. )On moti of I. treer, at torntv (tL' ]Htslinlss e [ pnielIe I)Elne .oelaiie. wife Ia i, llact s, I te , lu' rt " tha rt.J mrs 11 Inery, t ler itn (Illl mbilxull ffl(· III l ::III or;V li p t'inP + s l.d re o e hi' le - lie nl t hl I l crediors of sid a inI si e t, at la lll t he t'hre f, hr ,,, , Il I msn , r ill. , 01rv ". - I I I it '.IC n , I . 1i r ll l/ll ici. w- I l ds t hiere to Extnct fir r ihe tin utes-Clerk't Otffice. A M G;UYol., nve-r li -I .t13.to Clerke l';.'1\:l 'l1,. 1'. ,.t n ll 1 +1.\1. "-: -G ur de I 'ar m " Prb-Iet l'lin,. ('Irer .' tInori n, j,ie-No 1It:I7 .1 It .'rtowne ,.urite . isr eleriert-sot motion de Mr . I I , u ent d ll ll' ll 'll j+ i L il l. , iare Imlu nlleln i-l t ;r, p''l ' I, hrAlllal, l I . ie, f lI o rs erer nn ierr dualit inol t'l , tril ve.ns t o I roar qUe J.tties .ilE.nl , If .sy dlte innl fl per i a. tl ( o+llL(ti'c fIes l'in, olvable ai ll rhsllbll tenrll patrefsnot II 1t ('o'nes, not. ipub. le T svril l, t itr,nell''ent reofutesl dl'ac leptfer le vandi cut; it lstderel.(. par In (in or ut'lne antre assemlblbe I r lir,' so.roinli le; de Sepitemhte ira. , lt, t,,iree oilt l II f1:; t'rns,t la ai,- tuaic, iehl, ltes--IIImau dol irellier, 17 n, 18 Yir:1r8. 18 out A ill. (illY(l.,Grrsler. ''RlItAl.EI--Oln t i ll, It instt. a Scoteh While' STerrier Slut, blqck an the point of the none, ehair a little roaigl. Whoever has the same will plense to reltur Iher to this office they will be liberally re ward J. aug 11 STATE OF LOUISIANA, p FIRST JUDICEraL I)iTRICT COURT. ' FATRICK D)HIERTY and JAMES P. NOLEN, v s. 'l'ieir Creditors and ha Creditors of P. Josh city & Co.. Nu 16io9--'bthe Cession of the Petitioner's pn iperty having been aceplted lyv iIe Court, far the benelit of Iheir Cireditors, itioesdoreed ihat a nl.eetsing of their said Creditore do lake plaoe at the aricae of Ed ward Ilanrneltt, eq., Notary Pihlie,on lThursday, the 61ith of Scletlber next, at II o'chlok, A. M., for the pur poass of deliberating a Ithe alfir of said petitioners. and in ihe amnanliue all judicial proceedings against their perons and troperto, as t, the creditora men inoed in the slhedule, arstauyed; anid it is further or dredl Itht Mlicon Emq. be ippointed to represent Ile .aisenl crelitors, in Il as ase. Witners the tIH . . M. Bauchan an, Judge of tie said courv, this 4th day ofAugust, A. 1). i1838. TIHEO. LEWIS, aug7--3tbm Dep'. CI'rk. .'I''AT I)DE LA LOUDlIANE--Cour-du Prsnier 'District Jaodiciire--Patrick Doherty and James P Nolen, oontre s0a er0aneier, et lea erbanciers de P IDolherty en Co. -No, 16419. La cession des proprib tna des ptlitionaires ayatt .t6 ancepts par Is sour jitor leheefito ie larnttetnnciora; II eat d(scrhtb (ýuaune ratlse inh] deulils etr'anciers aura lieu n I etude f de Ed, ard Bernett, Esq. Not. Publie, Jeudi, 6 Sep. tembre troehsin, a 10 Iheurs diu matin, ain de tBlibc rer sor lea aftain's desdits phtitionaires, at en at tendant tootes poor-oites jtldlesims eonatre learpr rn ne o e leur proerilitto sant arrettee, quant ass etlus -oefs luenltionnho duns le lablesn; et ii sas deplus db Srebel qno Miens, Esq. salt somme pour renr"tehenter Ics crlonnciea absens, dons eeuo affair'. Present I'Hoa. A M Buchanin,jusg de ladites Eour Is 4 naol, A D 1838. THEO. LEWIS, aunItt3 ]epute Clerk. hOPb. & OAKUM. FORTY Bales of Oakum and 15eoils Manilla rope Sa d sizeP,just received and for sale by S LOCKE & CO. aug7 22 Old Levee NOTICE. T HE undersigned having been duly appointed by Sthe I rnunrble, the first Judicial Disirict Court, Commisaioners to estimate and assess the damage and expense of widening Rollinac street, between New Le vee street and tie river, have made their estimate and a-seasmtent, and have depei ed true copies thereof, to gether with thle pIhnu, iln the otficeu e tie clerk of esaid curt fir the isalehciou of all whom it may concern. And public notice i Ihereby given that said eatnuate and usscssl.ent will be presented to said court for cn. firenantion, on Saturday, the twenty-ninth day of Sep tenbar next; ntil all persona intersled in prolerty set uated on Ilnilineec slest, or the vcinity therean, are henreby notified to make their nnjeotione, if any they have, to said cstilmte and assessment, on or before tlie twente-liret day of Septr:tmber next. New Orleaun, August 22, 1838. G. IBU IKE, S. FIELD, Cemnininere. CHA'. A. JACOBS,) anag22-1838. a8rVS-Lt s lousignb.nynnt h. duement inomnes r1 n I'hounrable ennr diu premier district judlciaire. , eomLmienires pour esva ler et ra-xe~lu dnimuttgeu r le feaie de l'hlargissmnent dle aIn ru Rotlfignaoientra In rue do In Nouvelle-Levh ct In fleuve, on eomnn letl le-ur tablleau d'i.valnatiin at de rate, dent its ontdepoes de vraiee copies, avec an plan, an bunean du grefflieh doe Indite esear, pour I'in-lction des inthresses. Et avine public est don-iun qeua le nnadil tableau ern prhlent ia nladite our pour eonfirmation, l amedi le 29. de Septinbre proelin; et tonurten personnel interesreen dens lendit tableau d'ivnluntion et de tare, navoir: te-. roe persennue avant inlte et lana lea proprietes situtee. duns la rie Roflignae on eI voninage saont par 1.elrq- senut iotifien de -fair lennr objeetionns, enili on ni t audit tablenau d'evanlntion el de tlie, Is oanu avannti ~o uleu on de sepeinbnre pncbhin. Nouvenle Orlans, t2nout 1838, (I BUtKE, S FIEitl, Cemre iree CIIA TLE S A JAC" AER FIF tEEN JJOLLAsV REWAItD. ýj l LAli e pail fun tine epi uhemsia tead lodgiag in .I ,nAonM n t einthenvtI, e munnicipalities. 'ciL. "IAbM FElGNEi n ann indented apprrntice ta thn blancksmith trade· thn pnid n-lipresainv e ubutl line fee elnr or fine inchbs bi in; l h ink. blue ayes; a lrnun,. y birth; speaks the Ea.lick, French and G-rIpu Ian gunges. All perns o ln Iarnewased net to barbor or treatI te saiid apprentne cedeIr tIn .everut ealtiy O the lw. NICHOLAS MIURRAY, sugl4-tt Ialeksmith Trgou Walk. (I"OFFE.--tI l Lug l.in. 140 do. Havana. For saleby S.'ETSON & AYER e. aug4 , 88tOnavier street. ETIAVANA SEfiA RS-loom iad quniRaTifor ,aIle iow,tuelv.nose eimnsignmentn by STETSON & AVERy 2 8 Gitavern , arct. cnhr c ,ihertfor ae - Iy acl¢, . • FISK.