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BUSINESS CARDS.
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ARTHIUR & CO., I. W., Commission, Provision
,ad Grorery Merthlut, 768 oUd ' New love..
CARROLL, D. R., Cotton Factor and Corn
Sinimon 51ereha.t., 5 Union Row. Cr-rm ,tlet str-4t. e sel/J
CADE, S., Repairer of all kinds of Furniture
H vita street, near rcornr of Cirrus. y l l ylp
`ONVERSE & CO., Grocers and Dealers in
I Westam Produce, 91 Ttehoupoulou. tret, ,nomrof La.yottoe
It[eet. mhl6
r"4ARRELL, EDWARD J., Attorney at Law,
a o u nmminioner far Tnnemce, No. l7 Grr < erstreet, N-00.-.,
"RARY, J. W. & J. A., Brick Layers and
1 Bul0ders No. 769 BaronC Istet, NewOrcoat-.
1 Ina n nlunwct huu nith the abovu husinlnae w will Ibulild BRICK
CISTERNS tad guarallythent. Co-mu-.bone through tho f'oo
.010. will meet te mpt dilp~tch.
I f. r1 t.o--* .enfr . It. V. Hill, D. . F. Burth., Lyal & Da iden
I. A. Bflard & May, Jo pF , '_ ...... sl t
g UNBAR & CO., A. F., Commission Boot
mlad sh.oo Warhou,, o4 and 66 Comaeon. trt, NowOilo ..
E ICIIELBERGER, J. K., Builder, Nos. 46 and
44 . .rdl In sretI Ihutw.oh C oaru ndlel t anI t tll l r etr alllu, Now
Orl ."nln . Ite ir'v ,arg an . Stlle Fll, doou -0, w c s a nnJ
G ..rt mo : ralett'.. . n I,,.Y
LRTNII & KING, Storage, Forwarding and
LY Cu mtion % vrhtl top and Genrazl Dmlra n (;r.-anr. And
PruviNoS, Fr.n aod o..lio Lp-, N.... 4l Soile Lrr, St.
G REENWOOD & CO., MOSES, Commission
NOd EDrwWrdiug MNrenmto, 6A ornvinr atreet. e ly
-k_ d.l C5,o,,- l ·-t.- IILs,IO 7 1 ·l No , I., ,.-
ARItEFF & CO. A. D., Whoslesale Grocers
nod Cornmirion lerthact. dealeH i G hl n and Vrestu rnr Butte
ad Chous, ald Agent n for Tanlor's Albany Ale. Portor a,,I Nlew r
Cider, No.. 8, 40 and 4 )d vuon, od 1o. 1C FrontL,,,,, Nwo
Arl B T, ne 5
[ARAALSON, F. N., Notary Public and At
-ý tornMy at L Inw U. . Co Alnitelon r f.r Mhf Ttnppi and Arkanns,
Ne , t . . orohrnnge Plae, oppuli t hat Pnoett n.A. NA tf
1 IART & CO., E. J., 79 Tehoapitouls street;,
R 5 Ehol_,Ie DOn,.l GO ,riIa, A nn.OI , Ir. olor. a s, PICer, ICe
JONES, SAMUEL, JR., (late T&LrOT, JoraNS
& Co.. Bnltifntore) Gnur rmd Forwarding Afe ehant. 46 Po ",Ir-v
AtrcoI, Ne.Orl ie . .31 oaC
[[ ELLY & ISACKS, Attornoys andl Counsel
h4.C. IC OlC VUC cShal ds E..d J. S. Illae.y E1 u. .0.1 e.1. , I i,, ,
Ilmn1 ,r ý CnO , floClrCe EIuCtO I, a1. SIo .U'Il Ln,:k, El,., I.+,.C
L+u,.i, Eay,., Ewadnl J. C.t oll,,, r .lq., J.. L. Crnn & uo. nIw
[hl.nn,, j,19
"rENNETT & CO., FERIDINAND, No. 9S
11. .CL Cio A strAee o tet, lAe 0 iIfi, C ui. ShotTawer, L:.vec,
tntly on }md , ornlre an:wort'ent of D!lOP und IOCK t iI1T, a1.
BAR ,EAD_, frII CLE. St. Iaoi[ ShotCh owI r. . ... It
SOIINSOJN, EDWIN, Auctioneer I1and General
I lr-kýr u U-1n Eetote, Sisnla CLoe s , m I Notes N.,: C·oook ,Il r
tASSEYi, P. L., Wholesale and RIetail Apoth
.,¢l~ry IIII1l DnrIlU IiM. nllatV of .'.rmlr Oc ll+I,, ,~ cr.,,," ,. ,I ll,,
j OREAU, TiI., 151 Noyal street, corner of
'roulouu, Ladtas' andf Genileunn'. Fxat y AI tL,, a,+ ,uod Prf un
AER & ROBERTS, Attornays at Law, 27
. m2 er e:.t,N. O_,c..,. ... .
II. MEYER, No. 100 Camp street,
SWatthr;nakOr and dClIr in JII 'WEL r, (OLD
0FANCY O5YCCLO., aod WATC Can. All duolr L
.vatic. s peirod am !ter,le p .. ... r.i_
N ICHOLS, B. F., Architect, Office 27 Camp
n1ý treot up tnin eaton c.. a to fLrniel: PLrrl for C':ul.e Buildmg.c,
Od C, DCw.Clllnl, etc, c . aud C o I perii ntC nd thC ir eCrOo, o, and 11 l
Sndeavnr to reader n lulilfc.roly rerric* to all who may favor him with
O LCOTT & . MITH, Attorneys at Law, No
IERSON . J. O, Real Estate, Nolte and Ex
0-aeu BrokIr. , No. 4 O D ICCw Ruw, I:rr'i.L,m,I.... Ib,. I.
PUIG, MIR & CO., Commission Merchants,
a st. Li .t r o. - . . . . .. . _ ll
AYMbIOND, W. C., Family Grocer, 71 Camp
R ACE & FOSTER, Attorneys and Counsellors
tI I.t--oC.-mO i, E1,.· boI, Pl.o. NICpr,0l,++.. C .r7 Ig
QIITII & F1 IISTER, Commission and For
STARK & CHRISTY, Office No. 10 Banks
At ..,r New0 rl0aOl . .plO
iIOOLE, JOHN, Commission Merchant, Emi
_ a g tiy e I Rn.emittsi.¢ OB ·I·, .S .aant Ph"'ce . ..'1
"Ij[OLFF, SAMUEL, Importer of Wines,
V Brauliva etc., ,ad General C1 i,0 ,on 5I1Ch1 at, No. 4
W ILDE, JOHN P., Attorney and Couo3soior
Cat taw, 1 1rav r str.,e. ,New rhe n' Y
itIGHLT 4. 5., & CO)., Cotton h actoro and
UiTI'RHIMAN & BROt.. J,.- _A;Vrte.rs and
IOrleaC. l . t4. I. C .lV.
" AIIRA\TS-No. 31,605, for 40 acres, in
W t,,,r( I \I'II f [AM NEDII.A1r,.
,[ I, . lI'V.:. t. I'.I " ,, " .. .. -
t e lb , i i.Cr t ,nt.t ,, It I th r . . t , r - I r . . t .. .,
11.1....', ý ['-1 'I,'I wl,
MEDICAL CARDS.
]CI CTGRS A. C. &. L. IIENSLEY, 46 Canal
W Ki. F FRYER &WIV. A. WILLIAMS,
. NDIA\N IAWTIORS, rur all rantOibe hruoir ncd arL.
dillna ·-e o attn. wale., and a b. en
L$ H+r·!.·r.rr nrc ,B7, N.. .I33 FRENCHMEN STREET. TI.,J
- EUICIN Ea.--P. L. M~tss.tr ru_ -st -
jj/jEDICAL NOTICE-L DR LUCKEWOD, who
hie: --I ",l. l o Tr,,ltt r n" trrin m r ·.iaril.u li"., M 1 "":r
of itit III- of t IU, S Euth, 'EuII1OLI, YR:I.L sLIH U`Y'I1Cb
TI ERS, I,,well -rIII .h :uE.U,, gdiiw nere: Rheumnueu,, r~t, P EIU
'Jo Dm~oure_ , toIh i, PUenGSH* llrtta, or LMNS CamEp"Y.1Y C
1'ericnriliý, xud all the Innninutiuoa oP the Internel V,,ot. )1!1
numeru..s Jwaartraln l ast wantr r in We 3fedirel Coilrys vur!B.·l
wll ....c....AA. ".+a o the Ch.y I'- tn ,U n rho nC. vL""r o,.. ri
n.rol of }forbid Ann W my, whicU ". rao BIBIitl.Dillblt !lm to undtlstti-,1
U.','many .rnan, RQ. rIImar . ' rt E ,,, Ia,, to Ilr, r'1-, , ud
erll I'ru..r. 11 Disr.ueat au.h na Sgplrltls ls it worst I'nlls--I'rimnl v and
Eac~nn+Irr; Goa,,rrm "n, Strictures JG lest, Beal, ml~ oididiaiiia. r Ic.
(llia ' ho. "df' r, "+ e·~ rn ear, ýa~wcn Pu)-llma:;sc PcrvUJ. etlreete
DIp LOCi( U)I',I...IC, s cerl~ilO cTHatS rlANScplnihn
(iancrr".tna cr`..rsn be obalmel st the onir, nt Bvr ·Lllnrl prr Lstrlu
(h, 1n ter, i l c ofive dellnre, pos t-pal, " sv tl Le nari; to nnv past of tn
United State. Tha birn leat aerrea y w, II LOe Obserslr in ,II :cnlcl.
RUIS, MIEDICINES, Pf RFUJ..IUFTC.
"I", eahbLicrih,"'r n rll~ d respe.Ctfully "n 11 111 a, 1 11,'11.1 of I4-ternl
I.: 151,11b . d. ...li ," u IeC C ll ` rIA IIe: Ie , e oI,.pr.iI, C ,Iw-1
vll LS u p r~at,-.J o; CoJl Live~r Oil--Keu" Ph holl;:,lr t Lime.
P.,ulrl a d JldeaWn..l'l ueluuarv, Pattule illani· In ; llj tynlv
N...141p~re Ho ~ate.. ate. THUSIUI CALl'.
REOPTIA\ EYE BALSTRY-A CO
LIIEV n:; :rig hsW llllrty al.ra' axpur alters lh~n --
I mn1 ;a r rsnrud or ,.u UI.CIO.. perIIIY~p o Lh
[r Uphllnlm n, (' Bre yDn 'ILLLC , D dINT , r rat I rvrn wo+r thx
'fen L Yn o t E I:,,1 lli th llsrr~; l~oor1·I i?
X L o RI cudlI'' EAmum:N NU,.t o-EURs Utr
L ..i Ke ,tone .Yd '. Rr lEro . Cn,.we rUItorrd 1 ,.u C.',IC. ,, ht. 1
n three w."+kn; ,t "nttemsn svh. alnys v,"t {{ rs l r tlily-six p,"1j
by oaioeLII F .U' drop, IIEI,, to re',S
tbl II1 r llclle ,n elgl l Llours ,rltur
ISC ".I ,.,tanIn i of tlred dll c r I, gII drop. Il g lv.s
.IllnySE IHe ,R'SlH. nL: i:s.n Itr .L'C,,.,,'ISe "U, HH
RCaR NlI'. R,..ELy'. JIU'1'. nS1,,.T, v
FMOV AL-DFNTISTIYTR ".-AA
tLN. STASH-Th 1 GIsr, I. Assembly ill
lEE, , 1 IiC,».CU 5.-iS ,1. 1I' C,'iCC l·· il lInsIIU
TRUdrnr"C ru, N IE SE d.',.I T~ U. "'
"ERI ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ la( IC ' H . , YNNE,
I'EIEH IITIIS i NE. 1 1+ 1,,, . a aI'+"T.-'I....El-Ul
II . Sl-l..A, lRF.H'rnnnt t iW,'.. US-F,'". h
enlnlrlola wh ubuwrl l neure bin n "'or" ,n" 01 lrlr~
SI. U. J. D,,I..,C F. A;~. UIl. BULLOCK , : .l Crat A
IN UIICTCU-U orIv ''.~111 CII ·OllUJICO II. ~lr~ll,(· A. l
INR,..I S N.ICE'. I I IS, T,,,,1I, IIA:\.1l, .i-Rcts
NYU .; IF. I.E ,i,1~.. IW.A.iPIM.RTlila,H I·Mnr..,SUE Jso
E..C, AU 1i I.,t. RI1..t IU.. h, 1 r.5. A.L.UR IN SLA
Irk 5 Prlaa -I. 1 1 I
PaaarICAry DENTISTY LEIO inc~rrl
O,.YtR/ aI IHt EE a. 4, 3n, 8. afT M,,HI
.1,51U.SR.. Si,,,,,,,,;iC IlIJ;IlS W. S R.S , N P5 i-IMees i
SlIaIr , W .A.f.SUINN H.:ttavrtt .IIWUr F IIIS',u,,THIsRE
OJýýaaqp TAYaplS H'rrr HEllS. N . - H. V1 TiU ;EA
E,,IHIC, 5C5 U11..UU.SC.I ..g H-I.'l 11,11511~h TIUI, F..aC.
E W.A.E. 6 12! 1. liHA, 6 ''. 1.11. tt, 5. W,; W.TCa.IR C.'rt.,
6.S..US . S I Y, J SIEDUEW N.E. H.gt,1r~wrr S. ! PIRuI, ..
I. O. 0,.WR. - S owARDODGE. No. 13
T lllalaar III SEa BUll, 1.111 ofT-i . ..Ie' iIh.la EA,
WJae . SERI,..ERRAi '.. S.; Jea.T, RU,'.,
v fol; i,51 . AE1 aEo. Tn. Uhe.l,..,a,. FOUR .TiURSDAY
GTlfSSII IL~n u' rima, Lcwart Jnck--.Id F9SSt. ilipnlrl stru (into lRir o:
7.nfnrd rR,"tll, ;u Lr 'lt llle lrli Laing hold at .IHr 1: i-, lorll on tn I'..tl
C a IE. a1,I'W. A.; II. J. ,1:sr CIS.; E'I.S. ...r CTA,, Di..r,
KE. S.;OJ. DrttwnDAJ. S ENIRS, C. ETalxtn T'.; III,-II, C.; A.
IN1 CU,1uIf1I- -E ll.+r. I Calli ,treei; I I. liar, tC 1 lI
nolhl e-K it. UJ. IV:. IoYlyllna alrlrt; W·(I· 1V xrrsrrl, llall cc
A(, 1111 . Y C. n1 I'. C 21a C' noni~ Iý"Ill~rt tn", 1,
It ,' Ec'oulutouh-1, -,Itt W 11. SHIIT ., car. St. Lllre and l'oyllnle,
Union Ilivlalon No. R . of T·--\lirlecrarg FRIDAY EYEE·
INO, at 4 o'clock, nt lhe Telnplu Bull1, N". r"ll Tcbacpitu~llns Lrcot....
Thle followingnra it,,, amrars fur uea pp n., lt Lurml: T x<.n. a. lRnri,
W.y. ~; Y. H. C, sax, , A.; AI. AlctH f,.nu, R. S A. 1)XIIWII I
A.R.S.; A. JI I F, . S,; WII. W.NTr~arr T.; Ulcrfu tar. C.
VISITLEIO COMMIY1T Eeg-Blo therrs iilcxmrcn o. 1.11 Nowl"lvel·:
NIMIILLI· LI.·ilTi JOHN COVLT·II, corner of Cox-non anld ),... .:
(y tel Founlt l)Slvblon No. 4, R. of T.-NeoUs every
THURSDUAY rtlo'loer e.-~a t Ta I~ranea Flail, No. 95 St. Chnrl6
street. Onlln l"r ur the nsilib. qqln ter: WY. I!$.I. ELrt. Y. " S. 11.
Butec- W. A.; G. P. RIII R. 8, 1(. W. FIL., A. R. b ; E. 15-TI
F. S.; J. S. tlrz.t , T. D. W. Bnowx, C.; A. A. ,~C.; It'u.
1Versux, I. 6.; R.W.l'owanLO. . J "
Odeon Temple of Hone, No. C,--lfusla aver}- THt1RSDAY
SVENINO, st 4 o'clock, et 'Cempla [aBl 'f,2 "Itat tolllne street.
Olmrer or the praatent term, ondiog Ort. 31,1452: Too- F.BucrI:
W. C.'C.· W. "rla. W.V.'r.; C. 11. Attu*ua. .R.;J. R. *L
Dan. W, A.R.; . St. bloye N, W. F. It,' . PoL~nn, W T.: J.
A. baxnsa, W. U ;Jnsxo UowW. D. U,; J. B. Pmsnxs, w V.
N. W. wooLV[[ee W. 6 myL1
11ormoVY I)heal.,o No. 15, S. of T.-Thr: h·llo~riug ere tits
olncenof this Dirideon far thes Pr " et terma: Jamax . bano, W. P;;
Wvr. B. bluvxr, N.9.; IVfu· . fleAaeucx A R. Jatalul Goa,
F . &; H[HnY ALSVlr...[. T Cala. Bleaaa. C,; ItoP.. Ottlox, A.
are t0 YYLERY O{ONDAY EVENING, st Tsnlpurler I Hall. 93 33.
""I, rent
NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, AT NO. 93 ST. CHARLES STREET, BY J. II. MADDOX.
VOLUE V. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTE[MBER 17, 1852. NUMBER 170.
SLAVES.
JAMES WIUITE, No. 163 Oravier street, New
Orleansnwill constantly PURCHASBE NEGROES; oleo, Board and
Hell oe 43--ho don nny n ssonilNln .AISnuaiad to him. 1,11
71%WENTY DOLLARS REWARD-Wi-ll
I I given by me fo the~ 1.41-v y ofBETS D.5do kI
iROomss,sIt tiirtlypsnsolllespyskssla I' nd isp,
whololel my OouaM on l7hllrulny murals len,. S6Lel i s of~ t
n thnr stut, anld Lan somle whiin pets Y. one her che. he
1I,.,Iys.Swoe A Ap RIM. ii. A,.IP.1k.
joAJ I f. IApOFFPpIETCR.sILourbon nIp,.
IMPORTANT TO PROPERTY OWNREBB!
Ifrtdgewater Paint,
FOR WOOD, BRICK AND OTIIER BUILDINGS, STEA'DOATD
8111113, RAILROAD CARS, DEPOTS AND ALL OUT
DOOR WORK, ALSO FOR ALL KINDS OF
IRON WORKEAROVe AND
UNDE.R WATER.
W The attentioa of the publbS is respectfully osiled to tIe 1lloir
Laatllnoniln in favor e;i .Is casle d BRIDGEWATER PAINT. II
Bury for thbAgsents t more rhIa dth.st aftCr EiIIT S ONTHD
use I, tAhe Southsthe cha.,sIs of ths P,,iss is LCsIs staiblished, .d it
, ofserd to the public a1 the Ioet FIIRKAND WATHlKRPRO
TE(: FOR EVER DISCOVERED.
CERTIFICATE OF SoS. F. MEILLER, OF ATTAIKAPAB
IJuly la.sI,,sswas ,ICl tO Isly the sO iddsSSISSinsi5l aint to
n , nn,',ll. ll·' i". +, ry r"" , ctl it hasexceeded eirr pp^ anti...
alb tbs m rteontalms trrIde !,v tL a · butu, Llurla. G. (.. CoN F.HO 5
CO. I eli..rhlly Ridr ,yn trniillinY lu . numemue o,% la elrnlcd mn
the Aq""ute rirullnr, and ilrummen~d th," lalau to "l iltltre not .,Bern nl
the D 1"1 i SE AND WEATHAR I'DOTLLTOA IAre ,.rr 5,55n.
Wh, 1 h ha. Iylield itit Lan bean UIoV·Ltl Lo the ·Il since Init Jnly,
5nA i, 11 ,ulth, r.iAOsd S., ns sd, ,.d has formed n solid -tallli
.uriaru "Liclih hllsproved rl,? rrl) lr:pnrvioul.
( iOA,)IA JOHN F. MIILLER.
N,,l.aIRA, AItsACPAs. arSSR IS, ISI.64
CFERTITPICATE OF CAPTAIN ST. CLAIC TICO:1AiSON,
Op STEAMER MAGNOLIA.
FS in.g plintsd lbh e io,,nns dicAof the I -,-,5 reameIr SIAN.
WILl, ucIsr m.y SInA.55. wICtaeBBIIRIAAIWATK PAINT, I
rheerlvlly re o l it for it, IMPLERVIOUS gq.LL,..d Lu5 se
esitation to promnos..e SUPERIOR, in my judgment w y y~in:
I ysilt lh b,. lbe p h,, d so li-a bss IDbs CERTAIN 11To.
015I AGAINST TIlE EIpEIETS F SPRARKS AND CINDERS. It
As..,, ynd ENIRBLY DWA1TERBI(OOF oen.C. dek. aft1r this.
(fiiS.,ssl RD. C. TIROOIAARON.
NISRSIcso5,D-orb05r A, :151.
CERTIPICATE OR CAPTAIN WILLIAM BROWN, OP
TOWBORT PORPOISE.
Ihossold the OP.IEICA'ATRR PAINT, for wAhicA hBfss. ,. C.
BOGERT A CS. NI etaL , .5 Ilte Laminae deck . the 5 in
PORPOISE. T, 10 ,. i10 been on about there mm,1hn, and SPARIKS
V. C!INIDES CONSTA.NTLY I.D ilg pia o hAN N,..1 EFFAClT
In .,0~u four Sn."a it became u PERFECT SLATE, and I am -Us
fsA . ', s, , sl: all s, WAnliL'.. 55,105,55un55t a CARTAIN
ISOTFtVI IN ,Isxo~l, t.eTss, of SPARES noeI CINIDERS. I eon
fid.n:l; ro«,:nmnod the1 LR!DG WATEII PAINT for thI purpoNse st
forth o thel Allute'Circular.
(1S,1:. PCJI. DROWN, CA strir ToIwboItPorpoise,
5,1001,15, DecemAr 1, 1961.
CERTIFICATE OF TREE IAISAGERS AND AGENTS
OF LOUISIANA DRY DOCK CO.
Har1p hod Ilea ILOUISIINA DRY DOCK pSR 0C edR ;:sthe BAsI ID
WA7eR I'AIN', evd 5 Acr. l 001. h U Sly ,e ISCiN I
IiNwith T~tmmrn 0d CsnI hesoTROIsAsnsd iOATisASOC
PERIO. ARTICLE. A. W sApW 5d mi PAIN asSOS
(Rilgsd) SICASICO, VALLETI' A THOMAS,
I. P. WIITNEY A COU
AgssI.LSAlsKiIEg Deck Co.
Naw~rleans, February 4, Ie61.
CIIITISICATE 00 JOSEPHI DENSON, PAINTER.
t--dsN the BRISGERATER PAINT, for the 1551 0, month,
me bark net. plortenrd but!ddmll, end o Li. ehm~ln ed culrs to, P,
C1nlfin asvpi ieysaisd.t leas .-sn the toi SsolStislsctSn
F-en tent end-rime..a "de A nd.. me, , I dl int/ irbs tinss.
111101 A, 1w Asils I' ROO AGAINST . THE PFFr.T OF RPARKO
ASiA CINDEIS,.nn. Inp^sIcnw vg , l.05t155I.. I ,sid)r it sIr lspe
,l5I to any NSIIc,.. P5I h 1 at a ever 51 ,.onIIvnianbls for all 5
I·-r p rrrc , a-pwc .vg gvalit1 Il that -.1.11y Healnad ilfc,
. H a a heUl rldte. JOSSISH BENSON, Pso"ter,
lHeR Orl-ss, FPsbssy , 1865. IseCCampsorss,.
UNDERWRITERS' CERTIPICATE.
Dbs mdSsS,,Rds U.dcsrs ,NO. hAssg co.nid1. i. the BRIDBE
WATEI PAIT NTlorL, shceriag of shingle rooI and frame buildig5,
will itIeINoos. gsirothssLfee rosss pS.fa.Isss whsre thesBridrgswis
Paic e sd.
1De5 Sod) .. SMAPTIIP.WSOesLIo SuiA..sII,.ls,55S5 Compavy.
TII1. A. OISANIS1,'resienI Cs.s. NishL55I
CUSS. OGCEN, Agent sn1OsrnC !.1 : II
A. II bIS:AR. P55581,p Horan SIoss
OII'51 PCSIAE TAN, PlsciioutIbrrhASA'
J. 51. LAFENAC, PNSISISIt Ns sOIms,
LHAS. IRIGGAIASet LivLr.iSSIA LTIdan "
SAM'L F. ASljf'ON, AeI. ChAw,. bintact
IC sdditiol to It.e g.t., the Ag, aI lave isn l heisSssSmiSv noroiS
It,15cAte5 51m.Aually reqspectsble putie5,Ahich maybe av on Cnappli
51tinn et Lheir oIi, ; Ssuo1 q 5CE are those of Cn5taiiN.DB. RoLII5s,
C,,p1.y Lo 1<e; 0..;:tlv ~u. CsIta, of .hip Charl5, Ci.: D. C.Slr
Csiis.,,,, ,Os. I sAo, Engin..sr DSgYor d En.o RSlroIl; Bl Llll.
G,I. I. TolI,1I, NsNYcr ArsIIl; R. E. Snout, LiStiImsn and
O sL. ,Snu.tr, s.,,itS RA..lsC.L:ister)y Asad.,y, Wrt Point; O irer H,
I.. 1,5115 Ssiupri.sAII.Isow SlrrLslsyI) the Sf11.5 IivsR,,I:rIAd
LoAS ::I' ore., etc. 1. C. SOARILT A CO.,5. Cso1. 5tIl,
t. grNsaaIf the SuRus.i ILsNas, NI sssoipp:, AlANb..^.5NS3TCIsLa
RB-AGENTS IRN NEW ORLEAZ1S
b".eerer. PRIEFSTLY A HIEN.
31P-.J. WATEA5IAH A CO.
JOHIN STROULD A O.
R R1Cf[ARDS.
K. CSACPHERIRRRN, No. CCamp S :rst.
III.GA SN,-.L JUJONE SA, UFII D.
EATON ROUGA - I . RIIHI.IL. lW
ATT tKA AS-!:. , B B. O R'kii1.OF-N ~'tf de Wt
N7T FW ADVERTISEMENT-Let evcry body
N0. 1. .
B. B. R.
f . I R.i Wil 'S JI JIDY' RELIEF
IN TIlT FOOST 5 111NI.T AST:'LI}S TA\'I_ GU II RSESI N TIIS
THEN'hloST 1.111LF'NT`I·l N4 ii A FbLlV SEC(,N US. I
It Trpl lS E MA0ST1 F1$, ERF PAINS IN FIVE 51iIISII OR
NIl A IIS, ,NETRALAJC:IAn P.: LIEA EI,.L.IIOSR iN A FI'0
N NL D TA., '
I: r ""...r:-'In g I,,IgI ,. tn.IAoIIeFo t .hixl llcrslls od lgO
TO TU1E SIciC AND PAIN-SUFFERING OF NEW
OIILEANS.
1'.SI ho n o:,, riNS.Ooh .l vi Arr . t follaoinp r Top!Sn:IAi yol A
.,,.ll on JOIINITEI:iIT1iI C II RTAES STIIUST..AnI SOk,, A
FRLE }IlT PORPI IFR i L ,IN IlSI TII lIIl'0 FIVE MINUTES, A
IT IIA CURED, A
IN .1'IVF"T C43,,' O,''T 0All A PRidlD`
RIIHEU ATiAI 10 F" 1 A
NIARAGII I OI! IO'R
SRIO AA IN PFT MINUTEf S IU
DIARRIMA ~ IV FiFTICF:N M11UT~UTZE A
T(YI1THACHE IN ON:E Si-011U. A
SPASM INC FIVE MINUITES.
CIL11PS I 11 FIV IIINEUTES.
SLUM HEADACFIEs IN FIFTEEEY MINUTCP . A
C1111.1. FE4'ER [N F`IBF'Ty.T MINUTES, A
CHILI.BI.LaIN IN FIVE MINUTES.FS A
SORE THRIOAT IN FOUR MINUTES, A
IN FLUEN'LA 1N ONEi HOU~R.
SPINAL. CObiPLABST STIFFI JOINTS, STRAINS BRUISE, A
FlIP' WAINIIS, FR('IS UITES, OIIILFILA .IIORBAUS, TYSAN
TERM1,TICA UOISI)IIBlFFnl T ,I1I IllOmllm eol, where then,,.- A
repaiI. ,RASWAY'A IIIADYIIELIIiF willio.ItlstoptAepoo
andn quickly rure the di SIC B
SICK IIEADACIIE,
,IRNWA AI REIDY IELIEF' WILL STOP TIIP. YOST lIs IP
TAFTAiN IIIS IN A PTAW IIISi7ES, d lS Iev,:ut renewed
vttneke. It rlllrlenora nnd Irrevtou th e crunch, nn~d aoumliuathe 11
5Sramlouu aO ids of tII ,yliael.
PREVENTION. IS
Ilyuhl:ling tkO plia.I111,nn1Uaree ,l. I- t o of R. R. R~ iS will I
rrrr, and .ultlrnllle s......remlove b doll and henry fculinge of
torpor and fatigue. IS
IN BATHIINO. II
111,tnhExoplluloI H. Rp R. with BIAIl of Welberoll lo bthel- thI II
Hewi,. Neckaidlc Te , illta, wrab th Face, llnreds and otý,er pnrlr olihe 11
Cadyawrmorn rroing, and you nill""vn the rkma purv swant and ken~lthy,
pr .,1It di ,Ee-l andi ., Il:lllInrlIiTAIInI,olune.o. II
ALL BOWEL COMPLAINTS. 11
AIARRHGIAJTDYAENTF.RY, BLIODY FLUX., I1IOLEIAMTIIRFS, II
PAlI.1 IL RICCIIARAFS. Ii 1.1 11111 tihe ui,, tlen 50pninin stew II
trukeca-rh,"rke the moat dietresal.g disrbar.Rel, and will epeodily B
mISe rholaual.
NEURALGIA.
RAIDWAY'S READY pII IOEF ppIo etaI a a moallIt AirIlloul i- 1
nI 6x t micel the Iul - - g rkil. a.D.YO IC1. C ep vatic U th r tl I IfI( IInn
;:tiolr u( d, lar tnO psi I. t liaae uin L louanuia ol m lln th city or 11
N,,, Y'ork, lrhrle n , y I t hemhaial bee:n btoaght Monlat t l, unihth'
Ja~.r. The ~gene olfnlh READY RELIEF ietorlopthaynunimmedi
trly~tnI, ,U, I then IEU tuLem, P1d e 10 pI the pIA witT
'I. rg 111and it51 I th 1 m1.,1 11 15,1 H1lulPIT I he EI11OIeh
RI FUJATISM. P
PAINSJ REISITIVAIN "I"' MAIN UT'ES. U
RADWAN'S RASIDTY RELIUF ,I nt. 111111 ,lAo, ,,, ol laei0Tn I1
pA I. o i un...111l;l11. lll.I11 1i'-l , tl.p Pr. l a.ire ivl,i n ,loie il
IAIAI.lir0»I»lllI5, lA l11lInn»,Id t1,, .l lblI.: bIy lllllnln illU 1F.
I Ie" 11 rtfiom t op lto t l·. ll e S0,SIA I dii rod aw t
ylnhiiaFal ll: a; e lltnt erl rsl,·Fr d itol l sll ina it i er m ninuttc. by 1'
rho e.. of tA1AtAY's READY III, LTY. Thte it,,b truthl, old
tkaunude to i the city of N. ,y'i Lrk, and hundredsl of lrou;;soda t the
U,,,l,,Rl1,-1, IIIAIO In ti., Itihrh wI this IIAIOsITlOn-AIwe nd anI
c".:blllcsrl·· of com we b no long 1 of n elllla to prove til ooI. I
1o fI R.AIIITAY'S It EAI)IUS1LIEF, air tha rtll~tIm of nlet a Iery 1
toms in the Union, far thie halt four yearc, hoest rotund itllrsa~.
CHIILL FEVER. I
C01005 STOPPED AN 1 A TOW' MLNUTES-PAIN RELIEVED I
InASTAINTLYI I
P.OAWAY'S READY REI.IEF IiAlikA n rllom in allre..clChiI. I
1n1 Fleler It break11 tIe Chill0Fs 111111 loS rlNN-lt l ulp iand I
rates H in health adl suengeh every organ notl st-orliu. ot tua yateal.
PAINS OF ALL D INDS. I
WIhInevr you feel Salnl,npF!T RARITAN'S READY SELIUF ; i
Io to fel,.I.lo IltllllATImll.101. IfAA1110lIlola p"I"S' iNl,,So I
i the Live g', EIdlne,, Ii.- i, .loutA, Hoan,, IRADWAUY'SI
RrdkUY It.lEl Lne. ll~r unlrmntI or IIppTIId IIIyrnnlly, will t
t tv miuutad atop rnl "d nqii kl,, rrlaorel( . r~ilsc.
ILWAUY A CO., III FallE street, Nwlork,. I
SOUTHEIIRN DEOT, I
JOHN SRIGfIIT A CO., 11 Chatfers Itreo, NoSOlola , I
(g' aeneral Agl, who wll supply dAI1er. in Lla ii-uy It Rad I
may & CIo.' price.,
maice:
LARGEROTTIOES ........................ A.MI
IISTIUM .. .................................. .. 0SI I
SMALLS "" ....... . ............... Mi.,...,.t-A I
IrP Sold nloo by O. N. SIORRISSON, 12 1ingIinA street, an,1 by I
IIUlTSlOTS EVTARYWHEIRE.
Ahk eaI R: R. 1..0 RROWANS READYSVRUIIF. TS .1lo I
Doby'oes o Harringtll's I
DAGUKR1EOTYPE AND STOCK DEPOT,
No. 6 CAMIP STREET.
Th.: wi rul!·k-rn rmtmlbliebraent having been thoroughly repaired,
T nnA. lo rolel tlhe IiroprIiIaI inert. rhl iSuo iNtt Ill, 1hblc
rth,.,rl`1C Al IllS;LL IAAInh IortIitfnhaAAR f II I..
11.001 ouoitl l wtlhSclS1 IIOnrl APPARATUS attIh' low5
,:r .stir, Vrýlllllardero FrenIT, 011. w ',1 I.Tila ault H6 lb
I-,iilrA, ASS, LI,.n,,ltr,,d,,III , tar w ant"-llIo dlAlnro.
ttui - nO;og i (a. Plt a Anll nnd F-110l, Cueeea Frame.,.
Stdi11,ilnvs,~Iho4hrn~ningogther with etcry rib Ina Liu n th
U?,:":E1IARFOTSF RI'< SINEAS ll.TI.lty on 1and, cd 6+ Isle
llN.SllI,,, I s ,Il. loS if
ULIL'IUE iREOIYPE ROOMI, No. 84 CIRCUG
TT tr, ta~sret Poylllnaacd P-bibi,, Plco ,IUERR
it I N I ATU ~li PI)PR'PLAI r1 1re Luken nt short1 1 nat and, lR uInexclleA
11111 ns .pIlI1S, n11ndI Lpi in the 11Il l sitSyle in Pi.S LoSIASII
F, .s andnn~ C:.e. e, cbra;:·nr than a ny arbor fir iii thec it. Th~e pro
pr, tr tlnl ra hit, thnntl'n !or it uvors, nnd, :il his a naanoul IoM
lion,tayr rtt.·: ;rilh sin dowewn e rul exelllvlcr l In tl: bu'iouaa far to.l
y "'relr . 'rll· se trcco he .·. · will tuanh, him u libvnib lu abate n( u blic
ttrranr II". IiI ] JAMIES LOFF 1OD.
J.L. E. Mlane,
AUPICEANOYARND ti10 NW ' SAi.U:O CRINSR OP AULIAANO
ST. JOHN STlLREETlSo TEI ORLEEANS,
EWLI O 'Spol, l ,ltaly hIndSI, Ts deat IIh Io-a I krI eAtprie,
IRICIKS, AIII'FAAANIl RIAI:.IS, 711f1;,
OAK, ASl AND PINE WOOD, CHARCOAL, ulcte.
CI.IIPAnARItRR. F IIN~n ýI .. 174 PICKETS (ai
I ANtI IARRANTS AI;'UEIIASED
r LIOCATE .--HaR l1. I. DIa, 011,1 n -ra frar
AIIAIAIIS Idll~lpall'S ISIS, II Illl~ntboallSG, Il4 ny
obtain the hehighgbaeircas price by claimng oplireuea toaI the
I uI lA ei I I,
W~ThIlm II diIpoAd to -11, lmly here their O..6I ocaot
the 0ho06,6t poltic tpdl, sad p ersnalOmpIctiSm d oIL lc tract of
Sseo l..ledBbapply rf4BR WALORT& Oboylloalmumtnal.
DAILY CRESCENT.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL
OF TILE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.t
-- _- - - - ---~~----- - - -
LIST OF LE'TERSS
Remaining in the Poet-offioe, New Orlealns,
TIIURSDAY. September 1E l1852. 1
II
LADIES' LIST.u
A ,, ,ILvn. , ..L ..r A:,L.. L , A Lmnn,, r Sarah ,, II.r
A. I.rr I, nLL. alurar 't L;r AL,e Ca Irl, rina l \ht'AL J mars I
1.,i 0,, ,.L,,,m II,,
AW Cmrt yriu (Jre Roy hhrt n,'aa \ NaxuEI. ta ,::.ss
^Alno11 ,,,, L· t i A L, ,, h m n ;ry A,, , i .,.-\ ,,,,L ,.Lary I :
Andrn " n it ;" M t N, Lmn I:aeth A II
a~ndraun F'ranu, U.. inK ]!ne¢3 arert. mra N,rlo]r Ann }Ehrr," 'hq
J'o I. ..,,e n i, mil ,A m N l LA, El ir II
i~lIJ*rl l Y r. <r,,,,,,h,;+,,r
maihlv i" 1.nor men (rllru, x Ilri"lK,.t O'll'.*a Call:enro +l luid,
am tls IRet lALu (;il LL A ,lnryS m rh,,,,,vra ,ll. A I
Itnty'A ..a,+ miue Gdrid istN or alnl -'.- OD'lmnn li tb+.ner Ahn
Ifr m lta :u Sltr s nn C.lln O'(,Dnor tlit ,ra,,t A
r.,nro tt M.r. Linla+ Glfr Ir Emily F mro O'Jnzlllor Armen. ,lll6.
Btl,dur Ae.x mrat Gxhasr Awtry, Jane ,lr. Cnnh.:x Jane~n -
S io ney Bul dget mrail 'Ne l ! ltrr l roas It
l A,.'luor rni uAl
it,+l k Juli A A mra Grol I S Lnarl , mri l O' L.rry M ,ry Ann LI
l+,., k 1eu s ft mra ',I :ron glary tors '111« OITI· JDh nu
LnV llovL P .ll L,,., G ,lll , , ris a OI.,,I,'La y B, et
Illy, A.-,L.A tlA - Il A L, IJ,+ . IA E
I All .A,,in fi l It I.,,uxAA AdLT. hnn lnl ( L.)w e ,hry en It
Li.l,,AA,,L, ,,,,.i IL A,, ,,LllA,
dkl {{,Ann mrt Gu Ater R ,h I . mr
AIB 3,, A, ....i L A. ...... AL,,., ,..Y.. : LL, .. ^,A II
.In1* AL.r 5IArg+ IL,,rIl lt, I
Y."urer \ E v H..-mra lar rJu l t.+k""r rlllll . 11
!.dh y Rel.,""m mila l m.S+rnL l rl P~a" ruker Ntx ry on ra
L'r6nyr t'," AoI,'+ mnl }f~ktl"'. harsh J m~ium Pnr: Anna n tim
AHl l A,. let r liarh It a n nll '1,1 far k vr 5 ra
A.LI+,. k Ja It mr, ./,.a.. J .-l ' , ,+ + ' Ln -Mlar l mIa.
lyr l I ,1emrs I .let ria rd L I 'u u I,. r n, E1, LA]J, IA - rA.
Boyhne mi Irty AimIra pearson A l ,aL, Ih,, 19 I
nr<,wn r:,k Carlhn, Ialrttl.s there Pen: race Soirevl m,max
Er!.'-. Merv Hx,lin (.kta, nis ,a Ph+, W\m ],.+
tifok A u ,:is Ilarn Eunice1+ ntlla |+rt¢ . r,Il oD
I:,,rk ('athernre :::;se IH rt JI 3ltiini Yok, at hurl s mnn
I r lt D llv A mix. Hurt El-r 1'o ulrllY rnL A A 1
Iuel~h/r 31+l ++ II~ri }13ll) F ~lml hrveae mra Ihn mal L t.i=+ rnell
]hulan Ehla rot| IN,,uo Eieaie l'rurtnr !Mars D nr. JE
Byrn,). I tunor. mra 1leartr Kate P~ort rCutiherne ovra
•IL. nnlw 5 rm It maen I'vwell En.,:v
r'l.^V TlI- mar Ilrtey ,argnrot T'oinda tcr tJn n hil s
Clark Smlut L[e lIf.urnn EAllen A
Cln,ý. "BerlII Illli E,-hrtuini(' mlal (:lc- , \lnrEL".L J(
LLA , Al..r ,,,,AEAl I ,
ICrnn+!u,: EIht1 1lat Iort 111,)o Nl z, mist ([unm 1.rgnn t J
L.,A. Nn,,,, Illlom A'Lt ,rAln L e lJr
LA.,i,.,n I.L.,A Afols,,,,,LnA.L ni A ," Ju,,,LL
"anrroll Al iry m na Ilolgenar [m Ranulolph E J mr.a
Clanl,L1 SL, olL O'DaL Allhbs Elizi.Ath It mnr KaLL'y , ,,,r, mrI I
A. L.. AL.... .o.re AAL, . ALL,, Am. , m.a. "A lacy ......
C I:Iw h r, l Suanr E tlng v .lir [ m .(el 3 "r :t non
Cuero.;; it l argxar~ or |{oln ~r v ll roteu IL,,iI '*%rnuhmre
r1111ll,, \ I I,alA H lt Gn L \tI I mrL, ,, rrtle L ;a[IALrl,,
.,ýmall i S ]"lAlal. h' ] j ll'r s Ilonnu l (ntL'tr nno O JI
C L,,ln, AA L .e H,l IL rt N ILIt IA,,L en ! ariet ltei
Crorl" l.e J imiu II, Cei~rne mnrA L ty, n ]hLL, A,,l,.t
f'+^I~c Ana N n.l IIuul~r asrtnll, ml A ILt AAII M r y
('onto, bl,.rFa 't I xrluvA 1, Ar, .t I Lty n El~w nns
Cl a BrMi gt }ullunl'l ( ,rte mlre
A LI II. J Aii , AL.t , Iia u Im . ALz lIIt It
'AAAi ll.m-y ' SIlL.L L AV' ,dr,
('.,it,r.+: ulti F',xa/ J FI :III , l1ar--ern S,.mlan Ellr.o u,.:,
CAliL C A iL IrnL r mrA pIDL s SLIL. .ry 1 , r
A,,,,, LALA ILLALA,· LI j IL lu LILLI.,, t
A( ,liL. 11Ary I. IIIr.oIIL , AirL Lu.nI Slad A -hL m nI A
CL.,,h-.Mr JLIA Juh(L SlyAEhJIILJ, mA mL
C LriLL-! ]iArlA,]": mi. JacLonIMAo.r. , rare SAlArIr \ar rIA i.LA
C LAw uinr C ,A In Jo ,LM ry tALLAry 5h.rI, LL
.ALL,-*A LILA · IId (,1,AALLA'rIrrLiiAlmmgA
•'AI:v L W , CJ, LA.,A 'J , L logr, Allna Al
i'A .L NL, ,' r Ae J , ,, ll| r SIalmnn .rle AA
AAA.,L IFn,IALt CALAI, lA,Irlh.J IL,.,ILeA s
A(,, .nL. s !trs' J. nL J, lL, UAL I'l+h 2 V'thlea Sv lA Ar L AsrL IL mra
( l. ri trr eve tt. mr y ]• hryaret miln
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ICnI,,CA ALAJ CA rgre,,I,
11AILL I AAAn A liaLL: A,-7LA, IF A diLns [Iera
" Ifr.ttA l I; ra 111 r 1 r.u 1, n:r CAElza toreL A
l+¢~r~lm .Io} i iin* ].]Il Elh bn Smlth F J mrs I
ILee JohL.a KAAlh y C ll Smith A\rL S
D. nmr l i~+ P}]ldo 1(emeld"1 .1 E mlre a Sllll Ja~i+s o
,)en K :x ia enedr a l dlnr"1 miaal r.:t6 ll~) In rvr 1
l'.-lern-iz 91 J ua.ra il··.nxn '31rvua t Solan imiis
I) I.:,Ad W lAy C An . AJ lAAl o s a I n, t ('C A A aiLa
A~iLrrAAIAn.lrL ~.a VI-uiinmAnn mra ADt[ JLuhLI,
II,U,A. ,LarL, r ILAt IILA A,.gL
iA IIA A I IiryA L C SAL h A rm llurA Sliinn J:llhi , h
D'Orr ol en Julll laotel ..Iaes Ellen miul g rupr +An+::::.J, o:,;
iJnht. +Anne nous
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n,.. !urK Ahs n gr, lamg J G n rlr i T nbrin Lw ,.
ILLh [LLLAI.L otAAIe I.IAL.:r I' ,rn T,.Inbsth JanA,.uusI
I AnLI]e Eleor ar willt .,,a 51artlA n," T'xl fr EyJAA miCa A
DS y. lmn ,ni. . :o efra L ,ttltl L C Iron mlrl TilLio5L S LLL .
) , ,nIn 51iJ .rnn1 lmrrTr I- r's b. r A AL L ,, , ', ; t A nyLL Inr ,
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IrlmLA .I' ne rL L::eC Lh-r Iie ThAry n.El Ih
Th.. l's th Fh,,m \\ O mre
L~A~t - LI ln, Leh lyrs 'IAC 2 n- a..AIn -i h LI ,
SaLA· Lyr A A t J Tr Anhl]C ALuAinLA A A
) e red " IL; i C r alA, 1] L:. A.TriA AA a olLreo
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eg., 'La! A ,LnLM r Tn clnl r Elh~n :.GAL
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clAAI.A} CArs pAiallaI AL )1 .A.l, ,,l, tlu,, 151: Tura
i+l-.' :. rattv h:: \Sit r hrarv a);aa
IIAAAIL o nn .1n. L',r CL\A miLA LLIIIiuI
Ert Il Ei. , o LLl, ElAa 1, rs A\''Ah LI EIItn A lre
I'tA,, LLLLA\ A]lt . :S W Il IA thn ) \l' up igi I .\ A .tSIn,. L troy
F ,liltr ,n %Dsadwia t.:rs \a,3 Ann mina
a.,i wed ,.amf lnoes .Ma.o II mre MVar.ren Calh.e
L ,1~ ,,, CAEitzu +ti CaI Li'rnt+ , 'l'herr nu m i leL\' ax! I, h ALy
II «ALL r AaLnA :h 111 ,o C A,
11, Ir yn.eAf AA i ALr. LLr AI A d AAAXVh. ,LVao LVrh:r
F-ILALA ILrI , CCA1A Ao n
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IL ,. ,-Av . C s IAy,,AI L,. nry Ia WI rl!toErs A,
FLA ,AL!A.Id C,+L e M LLyII- n'.mI l' C'AILt y LE r ,nL a
I+:lluc,. c 1,er,.r~ t .\Idd , 2 r Fet mn as Wt+:m,,+r ,.
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GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
IIA.,,At . ThoJ (Iall ell ILm E dln FahIAL
Arstall Jesse 2 Call Danl EudYrlu lEdwd
Abhe Bhtrton apt 'an D C2 Rbingor El
IAlirew WL A 'P Carter A IIL A Ili:,n AllenAJI
Aldrey I ,LA h ;LL CartLr Wi Edmondston Ji
ILAngel Stml T Carrlll Thos.I A C
AlArts, l,ArdtL Crtr wald D FCAzaL, L 'AlI
,thln Ja }F Clarki J C hel Frats JnA
AlrALrt. 1 2 Cak. Lwis & coL FairiLrst Ano
IlAmfred GeI ('lark I FAiLegad 1artiu
Adl'd,.wsA Jas. 11 dr ('hatterton it W l'lanegan Bryau
Andtron I Ilark CA C C A Falho LawrncL , C
Aik.l.n WiL Chabnbrs A FAlming t1" AI
ArnL.ld eds1n1Ch ,e Chaf, G Fellos J A 2
Arn,,id1 .o F Cresapy JN Ferris Ah, x
A Atanl CihLsA Cheo JabI FErriall T 0
AntLnly Thos l 'llner G Feny ThIAs
Ambushla Ja Chi'm 1 2 Freeman & Wilon
cripptis ma.i ellow, ;J
BL,,.A. Cicero dr 2 i VkAring Silas Feeny Jas
atisty Joseph . raig Antoine AreeLoAt J AA
Baer 11 ,1 CraAA F W Fleming Jno G
IIailhy Wm Smith Crfts 'I 'lheu Feely Palk B
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Official Report.
BOARD OF ASSISTANT ALDERMEN.
W\oe:son,. September 15. 1152.
The Board having adjourned to meet this iday,
the roll was called at half-past six o'clock r,. .t.,
and the following members answered to their
names:
lion. F. Alpuente, President; Messrs. An
drews. Bailey, Dolhonde, Lanata, Lusto, Phil
brick, Place, lRamos, Siewerssen, Stetson, Sykes
and Watkins-13.
No quorum being present, on motion, the
Board took a recess of fifteen minutes.
At the expiration of said recess, the roll was
again called, and the following members an
swered to their names:
lion. F. Alpuente, President; Messrs. An
drews, Bailey, Dolhonde, Lanata, Lusto, McCor
mack, Mackey, Philbrick, Place, Ramos, Siew
erssen, Stetson, Sykes and Watkins--15.
The subject under consideration wihen the
Board adjourned yesterday, being the resolu
tion of the Board of Aldermen, " Requesting the
Surveyor to issue certificates to Joseph Kaiser,"
the Board proceeded to dispose of it, and, on
motion of Mr. Bailey, it was referred to the
Committee on Streets and Landings.
The fbllowing resolution, passed by the Board
of Aldermen, was read twice, the rules being
suspended, and adopted:
ltot.t. Tllt tht te ot i ,.1ttashineto.n ltmroe hea. eatd is
Ilereby. granted for the erection of a statue of oWashing
tou thereon.
Mr. Andrews having voted with the majority,
moved to re-consider the vote taken yesterday
on the resolution relative to the contract for
slhelling, grading, etc., of the Metairie lioad
anl Washington street, which motion prevailed.
The resolution being again before the Board,
and being read, was, as amended on Mr.
Bailey's motion yesterday, adopted as follows :
llRrtted. That tht sale of the contract by the Mtayor on
thoe "0h Marchs 1852 to F. Marquez. for the Fhellittnog unt
gradiong of the Mctairie t ae d oand Washington 'tree-t be.
and this same is htereby, approved. ao also the oucurity of
P. Sambola.
The yeas and nays being called on the pas
sage of said resolution, it was unanimously
adopted :
II'ETIttIONSo, COMMUNtIC.TIONS, ET'.
Two communications from the Comptrollers,
notifying the Board of the adjudication of the
contract for removing the obstructions on the
line of Euphrosyne street; the contract for lay
ing a plank road on Greatmen street; the con
tract ftr the opening of Orleans street; tihe con
tract for wooden bridges and crossings in the
Third District; and the contract for the con
struction of two nuisance boats-were read and
referred, jointly, to the Committees on Finance
and Streets and Landings.
A communication from the Surveyor was of
read, in relation to the caving in of the wharves m
and levees of the Fourth District; and in rela
tion to the paving of Tclhoupitoulas street.
tin motion of Mir. Dailey, the action of the of
Surveyor in relation to the paving of Tehoupi- fe
toulas street was approved, and the residne of the
comrnunciation was referred to the Committee ot
on Streets and Landings. I
The report of the Stru.t Commissioner was st
read, and those portions relative to the erection go
of new lamps in various parts of the city, etc.,
the existence of nuisances, in the form of tallow of
factories, in the Fourth District, and that part to
relative to the Nuisance Wharves and the estab
lishment of an Offal Ground: were referred to mi
the Committee on Police, and the residue of said or
communication to the Committee on Streets and
Landings -in
A petition of propel ty owners on Felicity Road ni
for the opening of said street, from Religious to ch
Techoupitoulas street; of Jno. IR. Butler, com- th
plaining that he has been unjustly charged for
side-walk paving, and asking that he be reim
bursed; of the NewOrleans, Jackson and Great
Northern Railroad Company, calling attention St
to a petition presented by them some time since for re
the right of way and privilege of laying a double pe
track from the Canal of the NewOrleans Canal ac
and Banking Company, through Claiborne and
other streets, to the Third District; of Jno. D. oft
Davis, for the erection of a bridge on St. David m'
street, to join Second street, between that and t
Third street; of Thos. Buckley, contractor, cs
asking that a contract bought by him be ap- th
proved, etc. ; of sundry property owners in the pr
rear of the city, for the opening and extension th
of all the streets leading to the Metairie Ridge, wl
between the New Canal and Canal Carondelet;
of I'. S. Nugent, for a certificate for work done
under contract: of sundry carters, praying that
uniformity in the prices paid for hired carts th
empIloyed by the city, be adopted ; of S. J. Pe- '
ters and others, for the improvement of the
Triangle, at the junction of Prytania, Felicity at:
and Urania streets; of sundry citizens on Clai
borne street, for the construction of a plank
road on said street; of Thos. McFarlin, in rela
tion to a contract executed by him for the late
Second Muncipality ; and of F. L. Graham and
Jas. Little, for wooden banquettes in Bolivar ,
stret ; were read and referred to the Committee pa
on Streets and Landings. by
Of Mrs. Widow Itonora Gorman, offering to
complete a contract taken by her late husband ; as
of P. Carmody, representing thathe was secu- at
rity fbr Maurice Gorman, deceased, for the per
formance of a contract, and proposing to com- so
plete it on the terms adjudicated; were read of
and referred jointly to the Committees on Fi- a
nance and Streets and Landings. rc
Of Peter Kirwin, to be refunded cost for bury- in
ing an indigent person on the 21st July last; of
sundry citizens, for the abatement of a nuisance rt
in Seventh street, in the Fourth District ; of 31. of
Rliordan, that Henry Riordan be sent to the re
Lunatic Asylum at Jackson, he being a con
firmed lunatic; of Jacob Reitz, representing, L,
and asking the same in relation to his wife ; of
J. Lobrano, complaining of the conduct of As
sistant Wharfingor lsolliday; and of Eugene to
Jonte, to be allowed to erect a blacksmith's shop se
on St. John the Baptist street ; were read and
referred to the Committee on Police. sc
IOf A. Decker, for a transfer of his license to at
MI. H. Brady: of J. Lanata, complaining of P
enormous assessment; of U. Barkinger, of same;
were read and referred to the Committee on
Claims. r
Of S. Neuberger, offering to make a copy of o1
the assessment roll of the Fourth District, if C'
recquired ; of C. W. Cammack, for the payment
of a balance due him on a judgment ;: of J. o
Cuggy, that his securities be accepted; of F.
MI. Andress, offering security as Second Lieuten
ant of Police; of Davis Graham, Martin & s
McLanathan, that the nature of their securities
be chanuedl. etc. and of it. L. Murphy, asking I
the release of his security, he having vacted I
his oflice and duly settled his accounts; were t
read and referred to the Finance Committee
-the two latter with power to act.
Of Orleans Fire Company No. 21, for an ap
propriation of $1250 to purchase a new engine,
etc.: of Jefferson Fire Company No. 15, setting
forth that their new house has been destroyed
iy fire antl asking that in the rebuilding of
same the stable be erected to front on Franklin
street: of Columbia Fire Company No. 5, for an
:approprintion of c2l00 to purchase a new en
ginc; of Iral Ferry Fire Company 12, for an
cpprcpriation of 8.1250 to purchaese a new en
gine, of Washington Fire Company No. 20, fur
an appropriation of 81500 topurchase a new en
gine, anti of lope Hook and Ladder No. :, f8 r
an appropriation of 81250 to purchase it new
truck, etc.--wre read and referred to the 'om-t
mittee on Fire.
fOf W. W. Vaught and J. HI. Bogsteade, that }
Barbara Kaiser, an indi ent cripple, be sup
ported by the city ; of Mrs. lWp MStary l)olan,
for aid in supporting herself and children; of W.
W. Vaught, soliciting an appropriation of $10O
per month for the support of Mrs. Widow Mary
Ann Smith, and of J. T. Satel, representing that
hie is blind and infirm-a veteran of '1- and
'1--in indigent circumstance, and totally un
able to pay his tax on a piece of property owned
by him, and praying that a delay be granted or
that Ihe be exempted front payment of same:
were read and referred to the Committee on
Charity.
Of Thos. I'. Poole, Clerk of the Second Dis
trict Court, for the enlargement ofihis office, and
of C. Jacobs, for payment of salary as Warden
of the Work-house of the late First Munici
pality; were read and referred to the Com
mittee on Prisons and Court-houses.
Of the commnissioned officers of the Washing
ton Artillery, representing the arsenal to be in
a state of great delapidation and submitting the
matter to the Council; was read and referred
to the Committee on Improvements and Buildl
ings.
Of Henry McDonaldl, tlhat lie be reimbursed
the cost of his horse, killed by falling through a
defective street bridge: of Stephen Z., Sidney,
J. 31. and Wt Relf, for the emancipation of
the slave Adtel ; ofL. St. Jean, for same of slave
Anna; of Jose de Ia Rosa, for same of slave
Rosa, stcat ltiber ; of Alex. Vernin, for same of
slave George, and of Wm. 11. Crane, agent, for
same of slave Martha Parsons; were read and
referred to the Judiciary Committee.
Of J. Pelanne, for permission to erect a ve
randa on the east side of Royal street between
St. Phillip and Ursuline streets; of L. Roca, to
erect an awning on old Levee street between St.
Ann and Mlain streets, and Bellanger & Co., to
erect a veranda on the corner of Royal and Or
leans streets, having been read
-Mr. Stetson offered the following, and the
rules being suspended, it was read twice and
adopted:
SItotot. That permcition he. and is hereby. gratned to
J. Iclenne to erect a erscacda oo the castati,tc tf tlayal
C tre ferontig hio tlproperty;to Bellaugr & Co,to rect
- u oio tie tcornir of lenyl rd Orlenostreets: sccd toc .
nocs. to caultruct n aseitg it frot of his mprtemies on
a cli.tver .-tr-ct btatcen St. Acand ain itrest;pro-i
A petition of property holdlers and residents
in tCie vioinity of whcere coal is deposited on th1e
, Levee opposite Jackson Square for the use of the
"' U. S. Mail Line of Steamslhipts protesting
against said deposit, tlcrving been tead-
is Sir. Llanatl presented tle following, ant the
- rules being suspendedt, it was read twice and
adoptetd
7I I.o.,, byc ca r ttolu(on ol the late t irst Mtucniciptality
y Coaocit dotrtd at thrir sileting oeibth Jr utyOt, permi
0e00n a prnted to thc '. S. Mail ia Stei caeshiD Csom
soic eaoere. Aad trhtroec. the targe quantitcy o
acotl ctatantly dypcsited undtdcr hic torcmlssou ierova
cterioc-ly detrimental cc the Lteee and to tho injury of
tThe coneratos anor keping in repair the eseeoand
othrves, anti isv beyond ant res coutonemplated, be it
abcrs- l hd t
atresolt:sd, hat the perissions ganted to the C. 5. lail
d Samship Compsny to dicharge and lauMcoal on theb
L.tco for the ure: o d aid ftrcaers be. nand the sme is
tihreory, o modtlicd that no reater cuantity of coal shall
at any one ieo oelhadd on tat tteea than may bh oen
sidered by the City Surneyor safe for the Leooe to bhar.
p aid 0. S. Mtil Stcamship Cocmpany hbing also bound to
mate good all iujuries arisiog from said deposit ofoeal; nod
any infractiosof ht eresolution sball be dermed suffteicnt
rcuse to annul the permission so granted to said Ut i. Mail
tLine Steamship Company.
The yeas and nays being called on the passage
5 of the above preamble and resolutions, resulted
as followso:
- Yeas--Messrs. Bailey, Dolhondo, Lanata,
Lusto, Philhiriek, Place, RKmes, Siewerssen,
a Stetson, Sykes and Watkins--ll,
J ays--Messrs. itcCormack and Mackey--2.
-c The resignation of Charles Pride, Esq., as a
Director of the Public Schools and of the liouse
of Refuge, was read, and laid over until a joint
meeting of the Board of Aldermen is held.
An application of J. N. Gallagher for the post
of U'nder Warden in the Work-house, was re
ferred to the Mayor.
A communication from J. O. Loze, offering to
appropriate a quantity of land, situated on the
Mlarigny Canal, and owned by him, for a grave
yard, and to bury indigent persons therein at
stated costs, was read and referred to the dele
gation from the Third District.
An application from Paul Morton, for the l
office of City Gardener, was read and laid on the
table, subject to call.
A petition of It. Wells & Co., for reimburse
ment of tax paid on capital, was read and laid
on the table.
A communication from J. C. Simonds, tender
ing a number of pamphlets, illustrative of mu
nicipal affairs and legislation in Boston, Dor- t
chester and Brooklyn, was read and referred to
the Committee on Education.
STANDITNO(i (OSMITTEEo.
Mr. Bailey, on behalf of the Committee on
Streets and Landings, presented the following
report and resolution, and the rules being sus
penled, they were read twice and severally
adopted: -
The Committee on Streets and Landtngsheig leave to i
cites the following report upou the varions matsrs sub
misted to them :
Upon the resolution of the Board of Aldermen relative
to the eerction of a crane for unloading brick from the
arllton Railroad car. recommend the concurrence of
this Board, as it is likely to caus less obstroution than It
present.
Upon the rsolution of the Board of Aldermen changing I
the names or streets, your committee submit a aubstitute
which mre fully carries out the object in view.
Upon the esolution of the Board of Adrrmen relatire
to the bridge across Claiborne street. at Bayou Road, they
recommend the conocurrence of this Board.
They also recommend the oncurrence of this Beard in
the resolution of the Board of Aldermen, for making a
shell road on the old bayou in front of the property of E.
Blane.
Upon the resolutioa relative to laying sidewalk in Nunse
street. your committee offer it resolution to have it done.
N. E. BalLer.
T. B. DOLHOese.
GC. W. PHelbricz.
SR. I. txe:r:,
J. LaJaaa.
R..os.l, That the Surveyor be. and hr is hereby, au
thorized to have briock banquettes lad on each side of
Nuns street.from Tchoupitoulasstreet to Seliglous street ;
payments to he made in the usuo manner. viz : one-third
by the city, and two-third. by the property owners.
The yeas and nays being called on the pas
sage of the above resolution, it was unanimously
adoptedl.
On motion of Mr. Bailey, and the rules being
suspended, tlhe resolution passed by the Board
of Aldermen, autlhorizig A. Ilonneval to erect
a crane for the landing of bricks from the Car
rollton Railroad ears, was read and concurred
in.
On motion of the same gentleman, and the
rules being suspended, the following resolution
of the Board of Aldermen was read and concunr
red in :
lesolred. That the adjudication made by the MayUor to
Louias Surgi. per nact of the late First Municipality. of the
eoatract for the con-tructioa of a bridge on Claiborne
Canal. at the junction of the Bayoun RIoad. be. and the
same is hereby. approved of, and the Mayor is authorized
to cign the contract for the same. with F. Correjolles as
security.
The yeas and nays being called on the pas
sage of the above resolution, it wasunanimously
adopted, the rules being dispensed with and the
President voting in favor of same.
On motion of the same gentleman, and the
rules being suspended, the following resolution
of the Board of Aldermen was read twice and
concurred in :
I1esohdd. That the Surveyor parchase shells. and with
thle labor of the chain-gang to shell the public road on
Bayou St. John: in front of the property of I. Blanc-say
about 200 feet.
The yeas and nays being called on the pas
sage of the slad resolution, resulted as follows :
V'a" -tMeers. Andrews,, Bailey, Dolhonde,
Lanata, Luoto, McCormack, Mackey, Phbilbrick,
lamos, Stetson, Sykes, Watkins and Will
son-i1.
Xay-Mr. Place-1.
On motion of Mr. Bailey, the resolution of the
Board of Aldermen, relative to the payment of
David Moores, contractor for making side-walks t
in the Second District, was not concurred in. t
fMr. Bailey, on behalf of the Committee on
Streets and Landings, presentel the following a
substitute fr' the resolution of the Board of Al- t
dermtcen. altering thle lnames of various streets,
on its first reading:
lto tr.s different names have been given to continuous
parts of tie same atreets in the city of NeOrllans, theretby
occasiuning frtequent embarrs.m.ont to wayfarers in rsaid t
city. anl whereas 5t ts advisable to simpeify the map of the C
city. to render the directions to itdiffereat parts mere C
tlear. therefore. P
et it ordalird. That from and after the pnassae of thiste
ordidanee. the streets of the First and Fourth Districts Ot
parallel to tite rieer. shall have the same names. starting
trntm Canal street and extending to the upper limit of the
coty. and the streets in tie Second and Third Districts P
thanl have the same names, starting from Canal street and st
ertending to the lower himits of the city. in the following a
nanner, to-wit:
I's tct: Faets e tecro . srt Dts pr Ts.-New Lestc and
Levee streets shall be known as New Levee street. P
leligious and BetrellBhse' streets shall be knwln as RIe
Tigiors street. aS
St. Thomnas. St. Soln the Baptist, Bellegarde and Ful- m
tll stretts, shall be nown as St Thomas street. tt
Paeanicr. Soubie and Chipibewa streets shall be known It
as Ctlippewa street.
Annunciatin. Elizabeth and Jersey streets shall be it
kntown as Annmeiation street.,
St. lichael ant LaurCl streets shall bt known os Laurel t
street. 05
Constance. St. Asetie. lie Oak and Foueher streets
shall be known as toueh er street. h
Camp. Coliecum and Liberal streets shall be known as 0
Camp street. , et
Taintrieor and Chestnut streets shall be known as
Cherstnut street. ,
Coliscaum Ursule and PIaqueamine streets shall be
known as Coliseum street.
St. Charles and Nayades street shallt be knowne as St.
Charles streeot..
Carondelet and Apollo streets shall be known as Ca
rondelet street.
naronne and Bacchus sehtll be known as nronse.
That Phtlippa and Dryades streets shall he known asrt
IPhilippa street.
That Circus, HIercules and Rampart streets shall be
known as Rampart street. .
St. John. White and Basin streets shall be known as
Basin street.
Franklin. St. Peter and Benton streets shall be known
as Franklin street. ,
Treme. St. Paul and Liberty streets shall be known as
'reme street.
tiirond, Cedar and tHoward streets shall be knowrn as
loward street.
Freret: Pine andlaceb stre-te shrll he known as Frerot
street.
St. MaryS. Loeest and Solis streete shall be known asSt.
Maey seetret.
St Mltre. Magno lia tact Mat street s shall be lknown
as St. }Mare street.
St Magdeliae. Vine and Clera etreets shall be known as
St. Magdtline streect.
St. Adceline, Willowr and Martin streets shell be hknown
Rs.St Adelote street.
White and Sixth streets shall be khnoten e White street.
Duatre atnd Fifth etreets shall be kltown as Dunpre street.
Otayeso ansl F oerth streets shall be kuuwn as tgyoso
street.
Saleedoe and eVan Burae streets shall be known as Van
Buraen street.
,opezrl and Third streets shall be known as Leark street. 1
ltelndon and Second streets shall be konown as Itendcn
Telouhst and tenlku streets chall he known as ltenois
Tetamebhas and M ullberry shall be known as Tclama
hus street.
St. Johlu and St. Peter shalll be knowe n as Scott street.
St.tames acnd Marley as Pircre street.
It lrtn: Sc-..,c, .c Tenete IDtelecect-s.-PuhltLe Eoad andd
Levee street xllolt bt kcclown as New Lrvee street. .
Old Levee strecL alnd Victory streets skhall be khown as
Leee street.
Chartres. Condo and Moreau strets shall be known as
Chartr s street.
Royaland Csacalvo etreets shall hbe known as Royal
street.
Bourbon and Bagatelle streets shall he known as oBettr
bon street.
Dauphin and trecatmen streets shall be hknown as au
phil streset.
Burgunodyand Crape streets shall be known as Blur
gundy street.
Rampart and Love streets shall be known as tRampart
street.
St. Claude antd Ooet Children streets shall be knowu as
St. Claude street.
Marais, Plauche and Morales streets hall hb known as
Martis street.
Villeere and Girod shall he known as Vitere street.
Robertsot and St. John Baptist ets Robertson street. ,
Claiborne and St. Avid as CLaihorne street.
Derhigny and Prosper eta Drbigny street.
Johnson and Liberal streets shall be krown as Johnson
street.
Dorgenoir and Msagitstrate as Dorgonos stret.'
Sixth ned White streets as White steet.s ,
Dupre and Fifth streets as Dupes.
ayo1eo and Fourth streets astetnss.
Saltedo and Van Bursn as Van Biuren.'.
Lopez and Third streets as Lopes street.
Itendon and Second streetss ts endon street.
liagano avenue and First streets as lisgau avenue.
.eld bs it jfrethe ordainted, That the foltowng streets.
perpendieullar to the riter, shall be known as fellows.
to aitc
Il rst Fttso Dtasecs.-Roltiguae, Josephine. Basin.
Prytania Walk and Terpsichore streets shall be hknowrn as
Roffllgsnac street.
On rtead and Iflpomens streets as aipieauese strean
ee, hatant and Thai t .da T.utoa*st
I.;. tte, MelUleert and Anrmto treta du n street -
Ta..nnle and l ethoomea w ereet as lolenaiser tr et
l.,.a i. Deoupntier and Callope s Calape etroet.
D;r.,rld and Triton Walk as Dmeord trlm e
Sflla street and Fialoda Landeing Josi lot.
S.afnyette and ltctn as Iafarets eetreeC
n.e TTinao tbrroabvew.- pory ad Ntd breeestreets
ae erborec street.
3tyotefiora and Colmba streets tas Cdammi etreet.
tbgatelle atreet shal be kaown ma Doah.ade atrlet
MWasingrto avenue and Poet street sial be known a
Washingtonn aswan.
B it Reoredo, That the Comptller be. and hat I hey
atthoertzd to sec to the lowset ldder. after tan days'
notlie, the contaet for ifa.iMt g and pteln.t. at the
corners of all streets. aign boards with the tam, of sal
strets and number of the sqare prtperly piated 'cerron.
aehording to plan and speaifteattoan o file in the Sur
veyer' orttce.
• ntd Oae itfurther Retrced. That the OmepOalreee be, and
he is hereby . thorized to seL after ten days' notiee to
the lwert bidder,. the conltractn for umberatg the hoeae
and lIte fronting on all etreete. aeeordieg to pa an nd
tpeciflations on tile In the Sutaipars flee. The nom
hber it all ts streets paralle to the river tobegl.an st conal
trser. ant inereane towards the upper limit of she elty,
and the tamc from (anal etreet towar-d the lower limit
Mf the same I and the anumbers in al the peepeudialnr
trecets to commence from the tive and exted beak. All
the odd numbera to be on one lde and the even nunmber
on the opposite side of all treets.
On motion of Mr. Steteon, the rules were suse
pended, and the President was authorized to
vote on every question submitted during the re
mainder of the session.
Mr. Bailey, on behalf of the Committee on
Streets and Landings, presented the fallowing
report and resolutions, the rules being dispensed
with:
The Committee on Stareets and LandfIgs began report.
that slne the new administration. the ta ca dl ha.not
been eotllseted, for the wat of oan ofiear to fll that de
part.nent; as also that on the demolitlon of dat-teas.
This tax as aboleshed last year by atreseltten of the
lat. Coenctl of Mnniipality No. . Your eaattee are
of opinion that thin tax hold be unor thrughout the
eity.
They waould moreove repaort, ttbihaiesam of there
two taxes doee not amoannt tonmaethan sinsS00 to
$5000 per annum ; and as the em n ta Zd, per
cent. would not be sfcent for the m tateae of a
speeial colleetor. they reoammend ttht hsaa taoeeatet
be appeinted. to receive, in addition to tbs meai , a
.alary of $25 per month. The anomitt. he ehad a ist
compiled by the Wbharfingar of the anumbe at-mafa, wit
the number of toga composing them, whic t aw labded
in the Third District sinte the com neaamsat of the
preent administration,. and which eonafrsttbemin the
belief that a spetialcollector. with the mlaryaehae man
titoned. will be neeseary. They thereea ne tLhe fol.
lowing reeolntions : N. E. Buer,
J. Le.anoa,
T. D Datems
eotared. That aCollectorabatalbeappintaedy tCom
men Coanelli. who duty hall be beto eollet the tax on all
the rafts landing in the Third t +tilrt. aeeedtlig to ex
isting ordinances, and n the bhaakhig of flat-boat in the
same Distriet. Said Cnttectatoreeente avaary oft wenty
ive dollan per month, besides two and ons-half per cent.
eommtaion n al the sams eollected by him.
.Ileeend, Tifat the esoalutionlpan.e b thy a 1sdla l of
anat.ipalty No. & aboliahing the tax on fatb-oats. be,
and is hereby. repeal.ed, and that the sum of four dollars
be levied on the beakngt g each iat-hoet.
On motion, the above report ant resolutions
were considered separptely.
The yeas and nays being saaled otr.s adop
tion of the first resolutions, itwags"a a second
time and unanimously adopted. -
Mr. Andrews moved ad a subsehumt.. fIr the
second resolution, that it be made thei duty of
the present Collectors of LeveaDuein tb.Third
and Fourth Districts, to collect all doti W afitt
boats, rafts,;pirogues, etc., and that they re
ceive no more compensation than for similar
aervices performed in their other collectiou.,
which motion was lost.
Mr Macekey moved to amend by strlking o0u
after the words " said Collector to receive." tLt
words, "'a salary of twenty-five dollars per
month besides."
Mr. Ramosa moved to adjourn, which was tlo,.
by the following vote:
Yeas-Messrs. Andrews, Lanats, Li:i,
Maekey and Willason-.
. ays--Messrs. Alpuente, Bailey, Dolhbcnnd,
Mciormac, Philbrick, Place, RamoS, Steteson,
Sykes and Watkins--10.
On mdtion of Mr. Wtkins, the fuarther con
sideration of the said°eeolution was postioned
until the next meeting.
Mr. Bailey presented the following report and
resolutions :
The undersigned majority of the Committee on Streets
and Landings. to whom were referred the potition of the
NwOrlc-ans. Jackeson and Great 'Northern Rilreoad Co.,
for the right of way for a double tracrk th h Claiborne
street. (or some other street running parallel thereto)
frtm Canal street to the Lower Cotton Press, olfferthe fot
lowing report :
Your Committee cuannot, in justice to the residents of
the lower dietricts of the city, hesitate in gentlg the
petition. although It eeems a perfect frMes to do so, Ina
much as your Committee have teamed with extrem., re
gret, that the Directors of said railroad have located their
principal depot. near the extreme upper limit of the city.
thus unjustly depriving the lower portion of the city of
their due share of the advantages of aid coad, and to
which they are justly entitled.
Your Committee also view with extreme egret the
coure pursued bytheDirectors of id road s tending
to tnereas- the hostility between different pmotiss of the
city, which it has beau the constant effort of this Couneil
3to eradicate; and your Committee are of the opinion that
the lower districts have jest cause for complaino of the
injustice of said Directorse, and your Committee further
ecniderit the duty of the Council of the City to take
such actioan in the matter as may he ncessaty to seeure
justice to all portions cf the city, as all ae alike taxed for
the construction of sad road. and in furtherance cf the
above viewso your Committee offer the following resolu.
tions : N. E Baele
J. Loasr
T. B Doeovttr.
Reolohl. That permission be. and it is hereby, granted
to the NewOrl)elanue. Jackson and Great Northern Railrolad
Company to construct a double track of railway thraugh
Claiboroe street from Canal street to the Lower Cotton
Press. said Company to repair all damage tostects which
theymoy cross. and afford the usual fcilities for the
crossing of carriages. etc.; the whole to be done under the
direction of the City Surveyor. and to remain during th5
pleasure of the Council ; provided. further, that said Com
pany shall not he allowed to run steam engines through
said street. but run horse cars fer the conveyance of pas-.
sengaers ald fright.
. fin, , ,ltiefthr, resoh..d. That this Council stands wil
liue:st :.uy time to grant the right of way to said Com.
pany lr, I l the rear of the city. through Canal street. or i
comae ,,ther suitabltle street. in a central part of the city.
anll tlit thli Council willat all times heartily croperate
with -::oid Company in carrying out the great enterprise.
that the nature of the case, and justice to their eonsti.
tuents reqtuire.
..nd lo is further reslred, That in view of the great in.
justice of said Directors to a large portion of the citizens
and tax-payers, who are contributors toward the con
struction of said road, and who are not represented in
said Board. it becomes the duty ofthis Counno to protect
their rights. That this Council ought, and of right do,
hereby moest solemnly and publcly protect against the
course pursued by said Directors, toin locating the main
depot of said road in the extreme upper limit of the city.
and do hereeby'all upon mid Directors to take such t
tion as will secure justice to all.
Mr. Sykes moved to lay the above report and
resolutions on the table, until the next meet
ing, which was carried.
On motion of Mr. Watkins, the following pe
tition was ordered to be printed, with the pro
ceedings, for the information of the public:
NeWOaLaosns, May10. 1802.
To the IIonoroale the Common Council if te city of Nae
Orlens :
s ser L..ss.-The Board of Directors of the oewOrleans,
Jackson and Great Northern Railroad Company, respect
o folly solicit your honorable body to grant to said com
panoy. with the consent of property holders, the right of
seway for a double track through Claorne stareet. from
Canal street to the Lower Cotton Prets or Its vicinity.
Should there he objection to giving the right through
('liberne street. your petitioners would respectfully ask
t it through asy othser treet where property hodiers will
give thlir consent.
Very respectfully. your obd't servants,.-.
It S. Bca-vr:s, President pro tem.
J. C:.o.r:eo. Seretnary.
Diectors.
JolH SLIDELL, ClAS. RIDE,
Eat.e LoScio, E. WacNe MOlles,
l. P. Itnmeoo. ALEx. D. KELLY.
W. S. C sta.LLt, W. P. Conuveae,
lea. L.easToT.
Mr. Mackey moved to adjourn, which was lost
by the following vote:
leeas-Messrs. Andrews, Lanata, McCor
mack, Mackey and Willson--5.
"Vays-Messrs. Alputnte, Bailey, Dol.onle.
Lusto, Place, Ramos, Stetson, Sykes andoWat
kins--9.
-Mr. Stetson, on behalf of the Police Coiat il
tee, offered the following report and resoluti. s
as the special order'of the day for the next
meeting :
The Polioe Committee beg leave to report that during
the r'eee of tile Board, they have received a comtunica-:
d tine from his honor the Mayor. nelosling leso a I,t.:, ,r
the Chief of Police. in relation to the urgent nee.sicty ,
a o inerrctu of the police force in certain parts of the t;o v.
and the condition of the various stettninaan ee ..,
swhich ltters are herewith filed. The joint committeao of
the two t2oards have carefully and thoroughly examined
1 hile meritl ofthesame,aud Odauponaanexamlnatlooof the
beat rolls of the several police station-houisea, that titreh
are one hundred and ninety.one streets thatare only par
ti:lly protcted by the onightpolle, and one hudrod and
Sthirty-three streets without any protection whatever; of
ithe former. maay policemen have to patroltwelvo squares,
aud a large portion of them have a beat of six to eight
suoqares--a distance quite too tong, we contend, to ena tole
t them to render sufficient protection to the ticly settled
and valuable portions of the city which impeeatively ro
ts quire watchmen ; and of the latter, a part of the streets
only have been much improved by buildlngs, etc. hbut all
so require more or leoss protection from the city governmenrt.
as the property is all under nssenment, and the tax
payer-whether located in the sparsely or thickly settled
portion of the city--in the urban or rural portion thereof.
is equally entitled to our care and protection.
Complalts have been very frequent and numerous, of
on citizens who reoide in portions of the city without patrol
eliminog from us only what they conceive, and justly no,
their legal right, vi: a sufficient number of peodcment to
patrol their premlses. and protect their lives and property
from the robber and assassin.
Itn eoulderation of these views, we recommend that the
police force of the rity he increased as follows :
First District-two rouea.mec and fifty policesen.
Second Ditriet--two rouudsmM aod twenty policemen.
Third District-two roundmea and twenty ttt.meman.
is. Fourth District--one rouudman and ten polcemen.
s. Making a total increaseo ofne hundred and sveno men
to the police force of the city
in. pou a ecareofl coaolnsattlon of the aseeal sntion
hl leuse. n'o fald that policemin's caps, catlsp, handoSth,
etc.. are mutch tdeld. Some of tho i bMa lroue

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