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OFFICIAL JOURNAL Of tie Coif neu if th* j Second Munici pality. *■ ** new orleans) sat! riiav morwiw|>4 ttp t | * 8, i wrto. To Our Advertising Patrons. ty O b * aivertising friends are earoe»tly iwjoested to ËSFiii «Il|HÉyerli9eiucn's intended for Monday morning « paper, as far as practical»!*, darin« 8itarday ^ and the •arlmr in ihattkV tke better it will « ' The Mammotli W 9éWSy Crescent Will, as usual, be issued earl/ this morning, and, aa usual, will contai» all the new»-Foreign, Do mestic and else — together with a sprinklig of Lite rary Bijous, and a long strung-out " String of Items"—which have continued to keep up the cha racter of this paper as the most popular as well as the largest one in the South. For sale at Mor gan's, adjoining the Post-office, and at the counter, ready for mailing. from the couotiy Cotton Crop. —The IZeKll The of the very poor » tobe a pretty yield of • dry and hoi weather, there call be no Toe plan, in <he worn land, was too back i sickly to «tand .ach a continu«! drought. I.« rPtain the bolls and forms, which and vitality of the stalk. It is a general remark that very little fruit remains on the plant, and tliat must be soon over. We j parts of the a* it in our former of our The yield, and being now socio, J,, apparent to all that bad "fro.« would destroy the ex. of the growing copy the following of a TSewYork of the '1 !.. of the of this city in the Eastern cities h , i. from this to NewYork in June last for the pur iting arrangements to make the in pose of noticed, died in NewYork on ih partnership with Ur. J. A. Frydonger, of this city— the iaveiitiou being the result of their joint labor. W«.h«|.reatl!hë agreement, and know that Urs. Johnson and Frydcnger were full and equal part nets in the Invention at the time of the death of the ftjbwr. We have reason to believe that Dr. F. is is the as 3 a sT ihlB tration of the advantages of Life Insurance, in the case of Mr. Ö. H. Doering, of this city. On the 30th of August, 1S50, the life of Mr. D. was in sured by his wife for five thousand dollars in the and died of to the in its inception and Life Insurance oflices, of which in this city fully entitled to the I, are far better, in our judgement, romol-tion of two new steamem for the Southern trade-one, the Naniope, for the Bayou Teche and »d cabins. Her Length on deck, draught is only 2G inches ligl 127 feet, breadth of beam 2 hold 5 feet. The Naniope is is the Romeo. re luisites. She is Blanch built, of light lit, can carry a largo freight, and plenty of in her cabin, which is very neatly and liand y furnished. Her length on deck is HO feet, th of beam 26 feetjÜM depth of hold Si feet. I commanded by Capt. Greenlaw, who super in this port. built at Cine u i», tu all firmed by the Abolition of the British Ernbasa,, in Paris.-This is said to be the last year of the esistenco of the Lord Nor quit a very snug and comfortable place which In has filled several years. Switzerland an.t üu United Stat, s. — Mi ot this President of the F This is the first time that the In any fait of this step, by ex 'Z;T The President has offered the of the United Stale« to (iov. V. ofT of Ohio. We are under obligation» to the polite clerk of the Oregon, Mr. L. W. Broad well, for late Mobile 'I «l'uni City. 6o' TUe Great Union Meeting at Natchez. The Natchez Courier of the 21th inst. contains a brisf, fcut highly gratifying account of the pro feedings of this large and patriotic assemblage of people of Mississippi in the stronghold of nltraism and Southern fanaticism—at the doors and the very presence of the ring-leaders of Nullifi cation and disunion in that noble state. We desire • better evidence of the safety and perpetuity of our glorious Union than is exhibited in this move ment of the people. In every section ol the coun try the great body of the people are too well in formed and patriotic to be misled by selfish parti i and demagogues. We^ are much grati fied to perceive that in this oase, as in many others we have .noticed, old party distinctions were thrown aside, and democrats and whigs stood to gether like brethren of the saine great political family on the broad platform of the Constitution and the Union. Gen. Foote will be triumphantly sustained bv the people of Mississippi in the truly patriotic and, statesman-like course he has pursued. There can no longer be a doubt on that point. It will be seen that this enlightened body of citizens place themselves and the whole South firmly on that strong and only impregnable position which we have so often urged upon the consideration of If we that Con of that body. tlie Courier the ::r .:?n Gen. Edward Sparrow, in present, which Was ordered to be spread on the as part ot the of thé Lo the KAT.LV for THE IN ION . Ill pursuance to public notice, th« " Itally for the Union" was held in the Ctftrt llouse in the city of Natchez, Miss., on Monday, Unfed inst. S:Ä B M7 !äwpMd n jl B iÄ Esqs., Vice Presidents; James N. StockmanV.d Charles R. Kailey, Esqs., Secretaries. After the meeting was organized the President in a few m lus H. v ot the by J. H. Col. A. RESOLUTIONS. ïïgïsaâsw; m the „1ÄS OÎ7Z Sii J-sss: n r Iii; pi every sj ÄS: itKÄÄ ifeE 5» MSlëi Th« ÄSrS. eJ° l |'p!hM l alMwiïi!. ==s 5« s IS 6tfÄ»SÄl.te 'TlïÔm ü •a & Ë&s isil m, : r Kffi J. T. McM Esq., then read I Spartow n, which, on as» Dart of tli mMm lis "iilf'È;," neaii an'I ss ms» a° ■Ssrrr: iSn? : IViTirot iiiitar "K S "fc ; irr, Ä'J." Illilfil ïïï».* 1 "''«" ïïïBtaïï'i 1,3 URAN, jf ïlïîvrrrr i?. a .\A sst The Bienville New Steam Lines. Much has recenriy been published in regard to what is called the Ebony line of steamships, pro posed by the Naval Committee in the House of Representatives. The Washington Union pub lishes the following address embracing propositions for two lines of etearflers^-one for establishing a line of mail steamships between Philadelphia and Antwerp, touching at Portsmouth, in England, and Havre, in France. The other is a liqe more dis tant, and with larger steamers, to carry the mail between Shanghai and Hong Kong, in China, and San Francisco, in California, touching at the Sandwich Isla ds. To the Hojiornhle the Senate and House of Représentât The undersigned proposes to establish a line of steam?lnps to carry the United States mail between Philadelphia and Antwerp, in Belgium, touching at Portsmouth, in England, and Havre, in France. The satd ship« to he not less than 2000 tons burthen, to be perfectly adapted to war purposes, and so arranged as to be convertible to that service without alteration ; HI the machinery to he below the load water-line, and out ot the reach of shot ; the ships to possess the_beM « qualme«, and to be capable of the sreati dersigned to construct and put on the si * ovidedtth« '• t »peed. The i ships at his c [the (Government will advance two-thirds tue cost ot each ship, in United State* Five Per Cent, ock having twenty years to run ; the interest on \vhich to < paid by the undersigned to the United States Treasurer, annually, and the principal also to he paid by him on or be töre the maturity of the said stock. The Government to hold a^lien^upon the said ships until the said stock is paid olf by The said ships to be commanded by officers of the United eis e-.U^dtor s;r,i sir, in id stock'tô'lj! S ',C mm ''»reach ship employe.! i . i tlit SÄ Hi « E-B'S ttiLcliyenesu always up to œiffsSs w ." T hompson. be withheld from our readers : Private Dispatches. Tie graphed Exclusively for the Pet,pies Drily Organ, up tj the Latest Hour. Half-past eight o'clorL— Home*' ^SÎÏÏlSy ^i'as just been introduced to Jenny Lind. She asked Barn um, aside, if Greeley was a butcher ? he looked A I ur Jenny Lind, Greeley twenty ck poser, jenny cut in for a hand. third dispatch. Twenty minutes past. —The English giant, am the sole surviving member of the Boston Tea Party have dropped in. Jenny Lind has sent Bene diet to letch her private box of segars. minutes Jenny Lind' She ince lecture. Jenny has just yawned, and Greeley to open another bottle of cham The Boston relict says it suits him to a T. . Half-past ten. —Jenny Lind has lighted another segnr. Greeley, Barnum, and the giant, are dancing an Apache war dance. Benedict is playing an extempore " Welcome to America," on a piece of the Tribune , and Jenny Lind's back comb. Jenny Lind, in a beautifully expressed ^national spirit, « Lind has called Eleven grilled bones and her straw in the A quarter-pa st.— Jenny Lind has called for a flat bed candlestick. Greeley has taken his hat one. He has declined ; as he says it would be the ruin of him. ninth dispatch. Half-past. —Jenny Lind has asked them to cal! in unon her at anv time to take not luck, and h;n Quarter to twelve.— Jenny Lind is al « just called for lier night gown, sli pers. and a toothful of marashino.as a She eleventh dispatch. Five minutes to twelve. —Jenny L to her chamber, whistling Yankee U Barnuin, Greeley and the t lightning beyond Louis vil Here, the Mrs. Miller-Still Mure Mystery.— Mrs. Isab ella II. Norvell, the mother of the noted Mrs. Miller, Detroit, Sept. received letters from my <1 where she was, and reque« for her, she not having hear A friend was sent for lier an last Saturday night. Her lier father to come lier father's death. ? arrived at home w hen she first lefther f ather's seen or heard any thing of she left Win» did, with the intention of going ti country,' and since then she ha of him. That lie is a lorfnctlv in fectly convinced of, and regret tba done him so much injustice when have since site left the Falls until placed in the hands of her own friends. With regard to the stories which appeared in the papers connecting his name with hers, he will have to make his own explanation." O linen Meeting 18th inst. says : " There was a rati at Tammanv Hall i New York letter of the ai I ultimativ nan tai good naturedly enough pat hire with the ex O'Brien—but th.-re at, The purpose was to sy m rish patriot, Smith to b* two strong op a—one, led by Mr parties in the room—one, le who does not believe in any etncacy 01 the sword ; the other, who thought tha the- British Government was not vet deaf to re Michael Dohenv, Robert Il«>n adilreHsed nesey, and Mike Walsh letter of the 14tll IJapt. Jrarker inst. from San A ntomo says this plausible rogue take rn'me 'we ' bX'vV 1 he contractor into Mexico. I he letter The ing is H ashmgton, Sept. 1«>, 8 on Finance huvs ill l>% The •rand Turk The civil Iphia York The Ten at by ,_t on in of a ?iatis oi me transaction we nave .^r.T^tÄ» « spmwa .t tor il 1,0(1(1, and l. eaule » catrw off i l^uclc Sam's pro vi- ion* for his own benefit. An express wa s sent after him from San Antonio, but j it I» feared will he too late,a« he is thought to have j Mr. Albert G. a The A String of Items. Montgomery county. Ohio, has nominated Gen. um for the Presidency in 18à2. One thousand eight hundred emigrants arrived at NewYork pn Monday from foreign port». on. Rufus Choate was a passenger in the Canada, just arrived in Hoston. The U. S. ship St. Lawrence, Capt. Paulding, rived at Bremen, on the 29th of Angust. The Rice harvest has generally begun in South Carolina. The late freshet in the vicinity of Forth and South Santoe Feriiea, has proven most disastrous to the crop. There were about 25.000 people present at the Oneida County Fair, (New York,) on the 18th. The exhibi in'tfiuny pointa, compared well with the Stat« Fair, is stated that Mr. McCurdy of Conn, has re ceived the nomination of Charge to Austria, rendered vacant by the rejection of Col. Webb. The census of Norristown, Pa., will show a population of about 6000. In 1840 it was about 3000—a very considerable increase. The Peru (111.) Telegraph states that the potato ,_t has made its appearance to a great extent through that flection. [r. Murdoch, the popular tragedian, closed a awful engagement at the Front street theatre, Baltimore, on the evening of the JUtli. ._n excellent movement has recently been made in Philadelphia for the establishment ot a Female Academy of Design, under the patronage ot the franklin Institute. The Native« of NewJersev have nominated Isaiah Toy, of Burlington county, for Governor, and Joseph Franklin, of Gloucester county, for C'ongrwa, tirst District. The adjourned meeting of the Maryland Editorial SIS'ÄÄTä Valentine B-st, Esq., late Speaker of the Henn esisr - lbr Se,,,uo ' bï u,e lock auctions in New York are as abundant as B&SiSSBSir Hon. Hendrich B. Wright, president of the I rÄÄÄfÄ'Äir" Information "f the death of the Uev. Addison Mr! Samuel I". Boardman, near Bridgeporl, The argument on the motion to dissolve the in There is said to ho in one of the county jails in The Lake Superior Journal nates that prépara simrasvass« The Fire Department of NewYork acknowledge The third concert of Jenny Lind took place on high compliment has been paid to Jenny wealthy farmer of A new and simple apparatus has been invented IIÄSÄÄ Jenny Lind's fourth concert took place at Castle tSSSSSssHSS The expenses ol the I' ederal ( year, it is estimât il, will amount SJETtST " The NewYork Mirror 1ms been M. M. KJioond», Lafayette de Lristerie, and the Edward Carter, first of the Roths, ! i! ! died The B The Madrid ( of August 2Sth, a 'decree, <Hmnter.ie.ied bv the Duke of Val-aiia. which cation with Cuba and Porto Rico. A great KÄteS'; The NewBedford gent fund of 43000, m-ed«l to carry oui Mm. sKsssaer » IVffotin^ h»ïf! recently, of the NewYork Tribune says that Col. A M. Mitchell will contest th«? election of lion. r'mu,"'uI'Min^u h,"< -SÄ 0 BSTW 33'wu We learn from the Norfolk B^aron that the par The Briti-h briff Mnria, Cant. Wylie The critics have just discovered that neither &SÏSS! During the month of August, 2031 patients The Trustees, under an act of the Perinsvlvnnia SÔÊSiëlF®*® The Philadelphia lw e^mpanyare. h.iildintr a îÂwSVÂyr," ÎÎIWÂ t. >«.,» li .jin, » id. two MctiM». and will im d.e largest on.. The Xenia Torth Litjht antimmce» the death of .S"Ä w ftÄs ïSSiife^Âr owes In " d ' Col. B. J. Bassel, of Harrison county, Va., ha.« i SsSSafÄKaE The Pittsbiirc Post nava thai Mr. Herring, the I IP SSBglägB We noticed lately an lllilliP® The Baltimore Sun says : '* The announcement The Detroit Trihu la»t few clays there has been a perfect jam of car-loads of «=r a«» fi:- a Some gamblers in Boston recently paid a round fwsrsa«« •' :!Â?'baï rfo' «S2à£ Äl Naval Yard on tho station, have been agitated for the last f<w days, in com ; aenoe of an order ha via r been u'.-.n.-ii I 1 're its I u ps I t .. III,.,,) „II the commencement of the Winter sSÄSBESSSSSS ^ | eftrn from the Xtw Haven Journal, that ÄfÄSiiÄÄÄ i i ss» 8gB5t Sût g> Norwich, and tlienoe, by two distinct j H t ! n '° j tlave™S15l»w^ VoSt wBoSw. fertong™« Mass., beUlam ad appointed 1st deiepate. to lï^yrt vi: of The Chicago 22, g ivm the fol ws» A» AkunOiS— VI. CamMÜ»: < S m1. hatimer. ÖS iiizen Ä wiiaie Ö Ä The editor of the New York Herald has received, by Lieu tenant-Com mander VV. D. Porter, of the United Stales store ship F.rie, two stalks of Genoese wheat, six feet in " eight. The heard contains six rows of wheat instead ol two, ..nd is very heavy and full. The Ht raw is larger and longer, also, than any known in this country, frequently growing ight feet in height. The introduction of this wheat, into this ountry, would prove highly profitable to those who would mgage in the enterprise, as Mioh wheat would yield much nore largely than our own. with the same amount ot care md labor with the soil. The Secretary of State paid yesterday to Amir Uey the compliment of calling on him at his lodgings ; aller which h? took him in his carnage to the Capitol, and intro duced him to many members of both Houses of Congress. The Bovoy appeared much gratified by this courtesy, and spent some time in each Honst«. The Senate, in the course " the day, having under consideration the «'iviland Diplo. atio Appropriation bill, inserted an appropriation of $10,0u0 defray the personal expenses ot the Envoy during his resi mce and travels in the United States—a mark of respect to ards the Sovereign of Turkey, ami to the motives which prompted this mission.— National Intelligencer. The New York Colonization Society has char tered the fine new barque Edgar, Capt. J. P. Ellis. She is expected to sail in a few «lays. In addition to about forty emigrants from our northern ports, who intend to cast their lots with the new republic, she will carry out the Hon. E. J. Roye, Speaker of the House of Representatives «f Liberia. Mr. U. has purchased and will take goods with him to the value of eight or ten thousand dollars, paid alto gether for in cash by himself. The Cemetery of Evergreens is tl beautiful burial ground, recently opened to tli public, about three mile» from Williamsburgh, L. 1 the er« a of ' of last cwrleif a'îtn^lesrh^llie 1 impnîse's of hi, pride than^y"^ his haagers-on. Though gilted by nature, . yet some right to complain of the giver. She any need of thnr helo. in up for him by which he has Iw-en bedaubed to hi damage; with his ears lull of the breath of adulation, he has hardly heard thewhis. b'a"l'àllr 'hi/, t !,e\'li°.'of 1^ ïwthà'c.'. AllVed thu (he Pyrenees sit on their right hand. Nor was it with the tu rgidity which is the great O.e !.0'ty^i)o!itic. ,a 'j?uoh w'uThis ho'iie'; -u«-h l/»- load-siaroi In« ambition. Hut there 1» a wil. that overrules our de t . . hastens or slackens our -.leett, according to m own n.- ruta was his p'ri f ich -11 the ship sai/ril irh.rh iras to hace " 3fï shy i£ aff„srs bly, if ( Life of Soul6 , by a. Mercier , p. 57, I. and i ball ,^w ii ich had witnied so Hint , in spite 01 warnings in press , entitles uh to judge him especially when the will ot who, in tiie uf an appeal and, Ilms goaded on by And Mill what a endid ,.arl ... lit Mr. Soul.' Ills way ; after paint til Mudies arid 1 had atoiineda.listiiiKui^hed rank in trymen, the early witnesses of the trials of his youth ? Why, to But he let this splendid TELEGRAPHIC. tongrrssioiinl, C harleston, Wednesday, Sept. 25. To-day the Mexican Indemnity bill passed Houses, and the Fortification bill passed House. An efTirt was made in the Senate, which it is believed will be successful, to incorporate the Texan Navy olîîcéfB with onrs, by means of the Naval Appropriation bill. The project is generally op posed by the Officers of our Navy. New York Ainrketa* C harleston , Wednesday, Sept. 25. At New York to-day Cotton was dull ; but hold were unyielding; 400 bales of Cotton were sold. Wheat was in good demand ; 1000 bags of Rio Coffee were sold at 12 to 12i. Fugitive Slaves. One hundred and forty fugitive slaves left Pitts burgh on the 21st, for Canada. They were well armed, and resolved to die, rather than be cap tured.— Eve. I'c. The Assault on Ifuynuu justified. —Will mer 'a En. ropean Times thus speaks of the recent assault London on the renowned Haynau : f e are some things which our island gallantry can We abhor the (logging of females, whose husbands ave rushed to arm» in defence of the privileges 'and. We sicken instinctively nt the brutality date the purity of womanhood, and debase and eirrade all that men of properly constituted feeling-» respect ml revere. Such a wretch has found Ins way to England, û" ig shortly in New Yurk city, It is .TO .lleel liiffi Tli ÄSÄ'Ä ««Ivtli^" 1 101 to Morning.... " rc - mon 'and S* u'charlaS'i Auction Sales —Tills Day, '■•I A v .iiiiX: Ml ' M >AV KVt,NlMi,'l t r" l lif Hoard l.?r Odd Fellows' Hull C.iT To Hie 8." -hVf" hMl °. Vorar Mn, T7,;. having \\7 \i\Tltll--TWO I 'rk'kla Y l-.RS, to go in the s^lw"" r) ' ^«'>^»«d,Ur.on ?i , ;K „ ;jîv ^ Hoj/r. oï l i*ïi: I < \ i .ccn \ TH I A »•:—:<» baies. _ ( J7 ^ 10IIFIHII -75 boxes landing Iroui ship R. D. Shepard, Saar BARELLt for si < VV E. J. HART k CO. 79 Tc wisssa t:i i' t)IL-t»M.a-ki l ., pin's and 1 A°w'° bV E. J. HART & «'(). 7!' T. FI"S i L, •j 8 w b. j. hart & co 78 t« MQg. tot vm AN & HOL DEN, 9» Ma-a»inesl ' jäjia. 'gg APANIEÎ^ hM.my power. SAMUEL WOLFF JüCravi« «•. ^ STEAMBOAT ' I> K PAlTUllBS. NATCHEZ NO. », L I. KNUR a, Miller, nt I Old VIA, Hoffman, at JAMES L. DAY, CHI. RT. CIIAHI.KH, Suit E. U. WHITE, Brail; F. M. STRECK, Sir« I, LOWNDKS, JR.. Jen ■ MF.LODEON, Ackcri 8aranac, Mctnl on, It o'clock.. a i 5 o'clock,, o'clock, »«.... Agents .... a j. m. M oor » & Co. 45 Poydras b T. ». bmitu , 9ti Magazine st. d 15. H. WiNnvrc, 42 Poydras stree f W uitk it B uchanan , 1« I'oydia J) CuARLKt 6l UoonwYN, 19 Coin e M arsh, R anlkt i N. C o . lid Pu i I). R. C arroll , 98 Camp »treet. i O. R ankin , 44 Uld Levee, n j. 11. M orkison & Co. V. S. MAIL feiTKAMMHIl* I.HK. lit - . ■' t i,,'."iMv.i,w"./'.'n.'i,'v. 1 * re TS Sil I. s ami loll Oootls. PLAIN AN1J FIGUR1ÎI) SII.K.S FOR IIRKSl THOMAS BRADY Vil r a ('Ol) S, at vr. rilOMAH UKtAin THOMAS BRADY, 22 Chartres street : Barege I NUSl AIiliV LOW I Mal! it ot It Ulli. RI) MIMtOK ,V CO. 34 Mac» Edited by I'lantatiou 4 loth inn. FANCY A RTI CLES, pe GUINNESS & HILL, 12 C articles* mweur casks, rich and Imutifi porte monnaies, yon ladies and iit Sil eeli. tuck combs, Twisted , Carved and Plain ; Spanish, Mexican , Pearl ,>,nl Chi/use F ans; fine guns ; C oi.t's, derinokr's and ai.lkn's pistols, etc . etc . GUIMÜVE8S A, 1IILL, No . i 2 C amp ä i rkk 1. fashionable Clothing r.slablislimctt/. No. ft) C amp ^tkicict. \o.\. 1 A siiiox a ble chotiii \ ii a ; '"lis :::: Iv « celve«l, per ship 1 w ii. hamburger. 1i Camp fti Sl'PKRFlKK II11 OA üt LOTUS. -•lit 'I'll K 1.1 M *i* h «...I MKXK....N .»lAS.-KKTS -i . , perl. . ok At la lr .» r u I , lv . r r I ur e h«' c « sup eri or b' OMlJCI .iit' ta . aauorimi mir », v mcdï »'-VV-.L TsU«Is 7V 1/ <w ts VV i'i.V/r. S j Sut l"— nr«h 11 i" :.:x the • 'ATI'.NT FRENCH ii'^s'sritptv.- ., u .11 it I Ml'ï lIIVi ; ^ Kl II THi; -l KLT—Justier« ive: p, r -In, • \ Iroin Liverpool. l-n! , four trii st Sw"' Sil I .uvvmj,. M j,' vi v.',, AS-EY, Drnggift, VaK"k,'xo» a ï:I;: is SIsIroiiÛti'Tl