Newspaper of True American, October 27, 1838, Page 2

October 27, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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'. - ' + ARb), 19 ALDW tn, 1838. .4I o4q rdaronoanc p oijot. air ae y -iot SOMVi, o n bsna te oneblod - lpag tar 84I.000 qpat do Ia. prelmien a~ld? I a apbiP M P\rdy .nnry est l t oao dmetortne at ~' , 08. ..itp~ ....I dlog ......u dc+ zoos,, ca +iJls Iu I n oioeno u la r o os' a i~iphisztrnco 01 44i'opp onbdqotent ra otho. .,,i.,.,+ae.?o .dp~ na lepcmnior .t .eeo itrirt.;e avl. iJO-S.' HdiiUA BALDt WIN, Recorder. Io a neaio on asqiednco usr di i odarnd dana lt contrat bveo John a.,;~,d'uegmentor d a quisntiI d p parola on " rondes do 20,000 a 50,000 yards. iiO'. Mirmn sa it domeuro dutotr4. h rS.patrror roudeil an rl dteo our eeni , astel idsons nooimdem eoooparti. n rol el oqmmnpornt p, r ted phis prmch diuI a-. fli Idatna irepmiorot second dltricr Itsle pard ldabs Itadi dintrite dinant mnrher simanttas4. meatnevso Io paragad ans a troisiamn district. , s"di. .Ii Canal depuia Ia .uo Baoae jus.au'as sp*.igo~ia du Ci Idue. li tao Daonna depuiosla run du Coast juryI's laromenede do, Tritonu; massiite qua l railroad o' e ". nled dl la die thaoe. re.m.s du oCir.quo dan toaute sorn Itendu et tAIn, t"lrs r"coat partie das ruem dIns lo e imtits doe rheo naideason nnmmws. s prul tare Oravir deputla I rue de Cirqu o iadorniro lignh e l. lihmitd e pr ablas do Ia ai+tpali e rI.l r.oue du Camp depi, Ia rud e De. t jti Ia 0r TIlnio. S Signt, S JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. s oIu que lI Itrdomrier pai ma Robert AiLin. a d I niomiait dou maire. Is laomme dio Ilshei 0o0n quartant neurpinltrea 0t quantae vilng qiuatre cenlo ormant I halanoe a ln i diu poor n4t 174) jyroso emrseo do piarrn a poavarn. drlivrtdo on furmd prqnt & n.o rnsolcio.e di con oil, on date do sir apais 1838. r' z~ten'diSb. - inC Si_.ri, JOSH1 A BAIIDW IN, Recorderr. Rk<ohlu quel ea comptrblinr ont rt deomere mon. tid & controctor aveo lo Coaaaoerial Dulltina' do Ia Nouvollo Or!6dns, ponr tonic, imprneioas non cmpaiaet doan I'eordonsance cerdtnt u irnprimouro pour cltt moqnicipalitd at diflnilasnt tst devoiro do ctr il oier, pouirroie le la (omoeroid no uprone pa ,on qpio Io to 0tr0 galeure d'uoe ciraulatn r Sigon6, t. JOSHi A BALDWIN, Recorder. REInoIi qui' loer ilprintd, an formsa do pa,. phlet 500 copioo dra dnua dornionr rapper o dii eo. mild uro lo ri a rot qulio. an ajet do parage .yaur Pinrfirmotian des citoyan de l Smconlde oMunici pelit6, et que le comptroloor et noItorit d & 0n 0ur0 voillir I publication. Sign6, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. RaSolu qes lt voycr ci rIt iemiuro autoriod a •IOI'I' OF NIVW OIII, INES. 0I1AI4I ANCES. rrirg T]rtunmphnolo, Ion rales, iiavaou ,r ia.eCn, i.ipoyro A . I~b oran hm a. e • a cpahy, U Zacharie o Fria., d l rnt iar. IWo le. , I. arvir . . tto i bo d t Andshem., or ,and ull. mdze ~llay fro hrniasoort* Tootool'.opi.Ir. cl.tialrril~onrl lr.r Torl~tl(t Pnrpith. atrirn hrad *\ P·'r Pnl ndI b, lrbondu Iio.oi..oo ihriii... Loft '0th. oitt. J boiti oua.bsip *Oia~lloi05iOti. ,t h~odOri'rsr; nild I hgicahoull opi B•diruei l t.b Cioihb h:lr0 c ilh d Iark f o d tri0 Itono ride. i ln~ b erla i hi m a.with hr amnishaft bcroe .allpsindi . ri,51 ,it vl'.. '.+ ,siloot I·I.I, in ojoCI.td tn ae po s u. a. oh, hhid .r t so. 00ter 00 har IhaI what rho hnd. I'oo tol thork, f.om Ilh O.,,.r, oith shill l50nlr, that iproln n k lelllhe iar t , ild the ihrlt~iidor o[ her Carmo. "ro'blt yI~PO Mnotin, ta ii. rio Iirhelh hi0 ViLg.st , m. hl,l~lt-,Irl lp ship )itlstla r ,'l, }'iznabt'h Frith, bll *Srljlll3. 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Opi,, iah brig L.I.C. Mro.Isely,'/ dty. rom tlbtin. tia . GI. ninla r €, -chr clar·. . Colly. i2dairo tio'.t'sOnlia, 0llt5r. Oloop i'ltiisn, Smith. II , toy. i,0 (i.'r~llli..to. I 0.1s ii .F fn-llgilh, h P (octloh. 4 pu..na:orr. Sloan rhilt (:i,dm'oi, Illto eadse, 3 bcor. farom Ootrnoano, in holtoil, it 3 Reed " co. i.tcrar I.iriot~ono, i Onwonry, Fr(,o Fort At1lns. BteLmer InIosiai1, C I)a.·lel. irnom I11OU -..r. COMMERCIAL, Inteot linteo. .C1tunloontl ot. . ........0 3%oorhiuet, O.1oO .18 N .w York, do ........ .... o C ollt i..t OIt ..... 3. 1s rhdidolphl a dot............l I .o.rile, lO.t ..........l0 . ;llhi,.r d.......... . l a i tol.luui..l(t. ......... O l BooII. h.c ...... ..b ... I.v0rlmpnl, Sepl .........1 Mo.OUlO.. to.o.) dog.....15 Pori. Sept ........ . S1 'looto. Oct ....... ....... 1 Lndnu. el ......... 19 I(8l0lhll 0 Ot .............1 "I Illi, Sept .............16 EXI'OKTS. 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J It Ca.dotll. '.rdI.otd t'urc, J Ji Mdrilmla. Dylo A& May,t Ilendrroon & t lot,.to. ' Duool.I.,* o . Boo t.m A overy. Ta) tur It (edly, t3. Leo Lys.u, Htrrio t co.Blocomh &L Richordt. It.il II intforer.. lid e A W orrtet. tt 4 llawthorn J I D.li. R rtolootl, W Kilog, Edwrd ttordt... II...N.·ooo. . On yp..oor. enonry E AdIeo. .l u...Por hilp Irfr.ett.. Puntnurnaoo &e: K,;hn. D el 3n; Ilrooool 0 Noo.., t.t[Ahidto. Ati Go.,ga.. V Holbert Font m. V V Dat 4 oIiV Ilulrt.d Monl.. 4 Frots, IS .oUloeroier,. CoUlin Duoa.., Ilttill, r It.4l7,. o tlgodell, J I.? Vitt. c; C lllo.., C Fchn, RoussOau 4 Tir a.:Cn lrderlolli 4 L.-.,.ia, I Jeuu. I.Ahho .. .li, F j & orwon, J 0 L (Olrntt,. Ir. Loql;ottu. t. Abrt, t.llnd,... I A Oait, geonur .to Itornsidre & ltor otalt. I L..te,. I. SLJno,.Nooerty. 8 Oth:opdo.; Mod P. I..Chrro & tOr; V 1,aI.o, Dc tloer & RiSlnd. d lnBIochorodI I ter. {Vo3, MO ge. db..iomlot(to., A A P.jhurd, Ido-jot, Pig..rt, A M.00. 0 lSmnoo.dohmeou o Worter. I.incoln o O',tpn sod order. · Iroitlto..Ptr .hip Eltoll4th Plth..Albno, L.b die gJoeline V Dovil, iCodillio. J Grutodochp.. It Jrallh, 3 8v . II Oilley, I Itnttr. L.,ij, C.. l.et: V ChLo,. Bi.. ;o ochLtrd., nowtet * c.o Aicrd, J P J cue't ,o J II JtlBo.p. P S`'BUoto..Per .gdp .ottalehott. .C oone; J O Dooghooty;J Usda it olo A Je'ritt; W 8II WiVdllot P Wholar; Deol 8ltobo:t; J II OOralbm; Ilody 4 Dolla.r; Buchotao A t-.. fnllralden 4- h0li0 Adano A lortwell; i W Dllbor; Ioailh o o) I % I Val&on 4 Oti; J I.ol & 0; J JI.laold; J A Bar. olWAC.; / II Solmner & 00 ; httoth t o; 1C Folo.. -'+dL Jl. Son]u; G Dorsl. I· ourt'lll I4m BaColK;I . e 4e.oJ¢ ThLyer d ei; H Co0oy; 1C Clapp; Bohe A ; eoi; Wlllkr. KigKt h o ;0; 0. CootE rrt & 00; B..4 a H.wtrho Wbiting Sark; J Wv temis o .o; Str. kLeyWblodntbgmtJ Vuir,.n 4 -o; K M0ill; J A Norir; 870f4y. Lowl ai mldl; C Moono . c,; Ho t. tlo.at0 c* ; Cuit.lt..DOnn . o,t R3 i dmohod , WVto.moon Wood: N & .4 W tiolhoos Itrotlo., tloooo.t & W t5oo Cl; .1 DuVoe,. PASBB7OCNGtR& S, "" oiml Ada ml..Per ite.mer Livin+.ton..Dr J C Palriek, taly otA o P't l trsl.y yon., , rlWoon!., Mrl Voartll. y Moo.. Po o3o.t It.ooot'- .l..J J Rotold.n.+ IE R. Ntpot.o M . IV tool, .k P. , yloot?. t.o. Iw e ' ; iq.sr H J Powell, !... tAuholt, a,., L i. . Min Nlr. qoltdoqhtoo. ohild ondso.oot., £4, terrier, daoghter, ond r'u; o -r Gtourdan aotdo't; U RS d6nl. tt, lldlre. Mi.. JIIO.3 1. tio, with I lochk ohildren; P Podr8o oaid 14 P. I..o.olwy. 110 L er u Dr . ehlp .llyette.ll.-o Feem- n.-N Freem·· , A Zl~r Orio J E*lulr. (:wllc.oe. Mrs 2 £ l.-lhy. K S L.oM.UCartyy. S Coovltte, R,llnd, Ltabourdlt. Doun oulml . Poll IBilgmo, Tho "hron.. slo .. tt..R lIp ttloubrkl Frith..Jooph YVe.ho4I 0.-tope. . i.. ....... M. 8 8 s.40 Awt.to.ron. t K.e., R W MIlt urroy, S tWsoss ItoN Grn, JV Adtdrot., OW S .. T Fl ., Jog B,11" y. Alro Pootll, Scu a.n 7: Bf Dl.t..,oo.,ttG INar o..:,d.u dd,, . % 1 Wt.. . ' lrNln Moro and 1 d. ,0.+ . 378; .... ioo.o o Sll I l o otmpr. ... r mi,, talveo.y. M Amon..4$Ao A teerage ý S0EMORANDA. tf dh. a Aotdoo.. otLbr 1A..,i . o.., I.n 5, 0 ft M4ms tgs ao. }rl g big Eoprjtto.o i.. tdolon. y :notto Lt 1iA rcfl l 11 r o . boot. pe tit;C i .U Ol II+,:Y , tl9 NP w L. e .+ . Ida + * ., > . + iLP ·t lttc tftle C'tets with this Oheioe i a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE run t rr tartOe1 or P Steisk eObks BCa s s l3lls of LaLnag t Labels, Drtay Receipts, Legal Netices, Auction 3llU, 3Bi P es, Show Bills Steam Beat tllUs Cirulors, And every dac.erlptleoa (Job tVelrk tht may be vequteed. 7 'The prnrietor nepectfully calls the attention of the public to Ith shove Card, aot assures them that all work intruste. ti his care shall be done atthe thort seat notice, in .a style unsurpassed in thia city, eand at the tweet rate.. T'llk 1'RUE AMERICAN. IDl'Tr UV. t J51.tl eOlBMoN. TAIT.VUL AND DIOLD. 1 V OR LIEA~Yr: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1SRP. Varione have been the opinions expressed by the p ees uponthelate deafate of the Whige in Maine, Ohio and Pennsylvanta. Not one of thaem has been eetiefaetory to ur, except that contained in several late numbers of the Boston At. l s. While we agree with that print in its eaposi. tinn of demneraey, we are far front admitting that the eatension of suffrage is an unallnyed hlresing. W. would not have the great interests of the na-. a ttlen committed to the care ol evtry man, because he is a mean. An elective form of Government is certoioly the beat, if it be not abused, bht like all other good thingse, it it ahbjeet to be distorted fromn its great end by the passtin.a of the uneducated multitude. Nopepla haps suffered nmore ronm the effects of miserle than the Americans, but, strange a to .ay. they adhere with an etht inat. pertliacity to the authors of their misf.rttlnro, worthy only of Stie blind slavery of Iusetsan Serfe. Wthy is thiis? Hfat there n-t been ample eatue to dismina fromt. Sathority blth in ther tatr a utt in the General ttOverntent the unprincipled de.rmaogues who have a, lunhesilatinlgtt for years past, exercisotd a c.orrulpt rule? Truly there has bhen. Tien why ha it not teen done? Because the mjo)rity of 1the sovereign peopla are composed of such stuff as to be 2Tckled Lith the stroae r* of Demoeracy, without knowing its meanintg. T'he rights and privileges of the people we would never see invaded, but we insist that the people r. themselveshave abused their rights and privileges t by throwing them open to every man, no matter, . whence he came. All those states in which the it flood tide of foreign emigration does not act, con ". ionus to assert the tree principles of the Contritu tion, but in those whose population is made up of r. the drage of European soeiety, we find that the ldenatoOgue and the corrupt politicians have the eway. Maino issubject to British influence. Penn selvania to the bsetinacy of its German and Irish population, and Ohio to the ignorance of the Dlutc, who have invaded whole sections of that glorious state. Th maeesea in three states have gone to the pt.lle. and we know the result;-a result alike inimical to good government as to the prosperity of all t lasses. Until the right of suffrage is somewhat restricted, we shall ever see misrule in high pla. cse. As to whether that right will ever be restric at red. we have our doubre. The cunning and the m thtlwious politician will never prpose such an in. 't-vation on existing privileges. The future-we I i.lk forward to it with fear and trembling. We never have doubted the power of the American d. peop!e to govern it emselves, if kept free from the t. infusiin of foreign prejudices that hath spoken in the late elections of Maine, Pennsylvania and O i, sand we shall have to record the continued exprrseion of that voice, so long as the right of snf Irage is so freely bestowed. . 7 Tht fan esam ship "Columbia," C Wade. arrived last night in 3 hours from Galverton, (Texas.) SShe brousht 19 cabin, and 32 deck passengers. We have been favored by a friend who speaks in tile Smoet exalted terms of every thing he saw in T with the Houston Telegraph of the 21th inst. A re Fo port as in circulation in the west tI at Col. Karneeo arrived in this city, had been killed by the Indians. The gallant colonel we presume known better. Com panies of recruits from Galveston and Brazoria had mussered in Iloueton, preparatory to their departure for tie west, whence daily solicitations for aid arrived to guard the froatirs again st both bMexiean and Texinn m- rauder. Thl govermment is repruached with su piness in this atLter. A party of surveyors, 19 in number, who ha venatured into the Indian country to o lbates land+,ha been nearly all mnasacred by the l Wascoas. ronier. and Ksaceiee. They had been warn. t ed by friendly Kickapnse that they were watched by the hostiles. A mean named Qte, convicted eoria, if manslaughter, has been sentced to be whipped and broanded. Saveriage, a tMelxicn chief with a large party, mate a foray on the a.ttlement of Mr Alexander, some twenty miles south west of Bexar, ' robbed it of. very portable article, took its proprietor and a .Mr. Bull prisoners to Matamotts, and stripped .-it the ladira' fingera. What a specimen of Dfe'ican t. chivalry. Three Terian citizens have etcaped from the dutgconu of Matameras and arrived salfely at Go liad. One of them is Mr. Carnea, captured about a year ego on the Neurcca. They state that Mr. Brenan, the ltor repreu.ntative from Golied, remains behind in prieon. Merchandize of every kind wae t-ellig at ae high prices in lHourton. ('Ainge of Opinion. The habit of printing psub. lic speeches, though very gratifying to the ambi tious aspirant for distinction, becomnes a nmost unendurnhable re when weathercock p,,hritcns find It agreeuhle to verr round. .Mr. C nih.**nlslt "tail" are deeply suck in this predicament, and as they have valuteerr-d to play the nensl, gnsame at "follow the leader, ' they mll t ar.lr etly I ng for the expunging power i hunmhur Rentont to wipe away all ree.rds ft hrir fnrmner words. It n.nld surely disturb the rserni, onf ihese wavering swar thieF, if, hile they ar* hebhing asd snoling with their present alli.e,--the scull:ins of the kitlclln eabinen,-some political "Wornmwood" should call their attention to certain printed doruments on whichk they once looked with much oenntplanctcy. lHow often Iae Chnlltun himenrl lavished the in dignant eloquence ,I his parntet tongue on these abetterss ,I executive ueurpaltin, whosm lhe now t.kes by the hand as brothers. Though these things be eonveniently forgotton by irtn, they are well remembered by othcrs; or if not, ith.e v i, newepapers bear then tndelthly stamped aupon their surface. I'What pleasalt r.adlng ilnurt an old file f papers hbe to nte sn changed! how mlatl ?Msr.P.aken wince when Ilisa ae rtael n these words, ones uttered from his lpsll.--"a , e krst.re degraded, more corrupl Lt ft rreeeie nevesr & ced than ite leader nfthe party now st ptOter"--)at when they first were printed he would have pointed tst them with a manly pride, and said 'the)'rc sil!' We behaved ther then, we blieve thllll now, though harsh quite Irt-, and not more true thon merited: but what mnull tMr. Pickern shink of thes. now, when thon be h nce so intdignantly deoun - cvd, ate hi avow red, p htsical iriende. ss a w.tuld ask wih ithe New York Courier-thas he ratssed thee *"ile, corrupt set of wretchets" to hai own ie vel,-or degraded himself to theirs) T'o the S.s, Your errand b.Oy l a lying little rascal. When hae called for the paper ,on s\ ednes. day lIast the only question asked Iim, was, where is the oiesf of tlhe Sun! and upon his answer a tort was taken of it and directions gia e n to leave the American. 7erats'e'duvn and Taetedledee.--From Boston we learn that the Ohia hae risen three tert, and oon. siaues rising (uat srum Cincinnati we hear that it had fallen dwn w sweaty inches. and was, pet last, in: a.u aqus, arry to dsspute wilh the tBoston Curirer,.but asunt prefer the eridetce of the Bucksye-. .B ull,--As sundown this dtay the bat will he *oiu moation s MN. M Yeniernoe' tile Cnre,.it.n Re. sroat. We leaIrnsat it is to be l tip oap afir, nd4 a large aanernhtage o g4oo:ly el t c tmpsy is In.tkt-d fr, ttesy1.Y 'W'1* I,--t.'hS vrr sur Ilittleutigt(bor rr t'terse gated thing, it always strik a seo.e hoor hr of.the memory. Ili -wit is the seho of o art- i g nal joke: he repents the idea, only a long way L off. Who eat doubt his originality? S1 The Bost:on Gtaette wishes to kno.v " whethet W MSr Van Buren is a Presbyterian or a Baptist."- Don't know: but rather think that he resembles R the blat.k leaf between the old and new tests ments-not belonging to either but making a corer of Itah .--Pircyunte. w ' Hiest'4nd like a dead wall hetwren church end an synogngue,or like he blank leaves b:lceen the old and new T2estment.t'-Sheridan. '"Joe Miller's Jest Buk" is a work we have never had the pleasure of seeing. If, then, our thoughts have run in the samen vein with those an of Mr "Joe Miller," we are by nlot intLan charge.- P able with plagiarism.--Pic,.une. de PFrr --God, note you put me in mind on't, I be. ins liee there is: but that's of an ronsequenoe;-all tuat fu ten be said is that two people happened to hit upon a the same thought, and Shekelret mrade use of it irst, that's o'l."-Sheridan. Wits will jump,'tit true: but this coincidence is somevwhat remarkable. But as the modest Pie ir claims above to be Joe Miller the 2d., we nuppose le he considers himselIf a second Sheridan, for the in same cogent rreson,-because " his thoughtl have i run ine the same vein." The trail tlt arrived yesterday broug'.t no intali. genre so resent as that of the day preeding, the New at York date, being only to the 17th, while those previ. t Sously received were a day later. S(th:Wm. H. Thompson, of New Yrk, is the if persotn who, shipped she OGunpowder under the de. signation of "Crockery," as we lesrn from the o° Courier, and the hogshead was consigtned to r 'rhltuipsen &. Breed, of Ntichez. When such a heaitless, sold blooded disregard for human life is is exhiisted by any, and that tolo from a mercenary n I wish to save a few dollars of freight, the parties psilly of the act dreerte to be held uip 0o Ilte pub lie gn, s. is eui-n Forrest has drclintd the n.tmination for e Congress, tendered him by the Tatniuany Party I y in New York. If any one on the lco fierotieket I of could have secured his electinn, that one would - l? have been Forrest had Ite run: for his personal po- a vt pularity is immense, and his ptrltics are known to h l he extremely modlerte. tO . S. Stock was at 119314 in New Yoik on the 17th. Fifty shares were slid at that plice. SSouthrrn Stocks.-lly the stock list corrected for ,he Cotlrier &. Enquiler by ilte secretary of the board of Brokers, we find that sales had been effected on the 17th of n0 Shire. Ploatern' Bank or Ilsl.ippi at 95 3 YiCoklhg do do 771 it 0 do (b.30 d'ye t n e sentusky do 501 7e " do eI 75 Southers Trust I e, aJde with .feic.--All our merchants interest ed in the Mexican trade will do well to avail them. selves of the departure of the U. S. Revenue Cutter I o f'Woodtlury" which leaves for Vera Crun tomorrow, and will convey any communications, though she takes no passengers. Letters will bq received at the tCollreoto'e office in the Custom lIouse until ah half past nine in the morning of Sundiy. he Game is unusually abundant on the Great at Prairie travirsred by the Nashville Rail Road. The waters of the lake are very low, and the le. Prairie lands better drained than usual; besides a Ithe dry weeds having been burned down greatly all facilitates the pursuit of the Ihirds, and the corn at fort of tile huntsmaan. We are perfectly surprised La. to think that men calling themselves hunters will c, so forget their true character as to fireat and kill he birds while the cars are running, and when of in. course it is impossible to procure what they knock we down. It is unsportsmanlike, and liable to every Ve sort of okbjction. It is disagrenble to the ladies, ae it spoils sport by driving away the ganme, and he leaves wounded birds to linger there in torture; i r in by their sight while living, and their stench when nd dead frighten away the very genie they go to ed seek. No true sportsman would do such a thing, I. and prelenders should be frowned down, oir totlt ed from such silly. hbyish tricks. .Yet Lacomotire.-As every thing tcniding to s.l facilitate internal improvemente is interesting to all, we copy from the NewlYork Adver iser the the following description of a new style of engiitr, the model of wh.el was shown at the Fair of the re- American Institute in New York . ee. First on our list we place a model of an inventinn, - whiclh, if successful, will open a new era in the m. history of Iravelling by rail roads. It is a plan for ad an improvement In any Incomoaive now in use, which will enable it to travel with equal facility an re inclined plane, or a dead level. The method by ed which this Is lafected, has at least simplicity to inn recommend it. The aIle of the rear wheels of the u-o. loomotive is made long enough toholi two small. in eor wheels at its extremes. TIhese small wheels to run upon a railway, built fr the purpose, at the ho point at which it is necessary to overcome an elevation, and the larger wheels are lifted by the rO. semaller tromn the road. The weight of the loco by motive is th s rested upon the fore wheels and the two supernumerary wheels. The same power be which is necessary to draw three hundred pounds ief along the dead level with the ordinary wheels of of the model in qlutision, will, when the small wheels begin to aer, draw six hundred ponunds up an ele ar, vation graduated on the scale of six hundred and tor I.o f at to the mile. The invention, we under ned stand, has been suhmitted to the inspection cf :an several mechanies of known practical eperience, who are unanamnus in their pronarotications of its nc.rttplete nucres. One of the engineers of the New 'York and Erie rail road gave it as his opinion, t that $*00,000 would be saved on the line orf that tn, road by adoptiiSg a locomotive built on this plan, in for surmounting rlte Sl.awangnk mountain. Tho at inventor is Wm F K etehum, of Buffalo. BUtU.R'IE. URY LOSUSES. We have previously adv.rtied to the many de falcations which the Public ReveaVe has suffurrd fronm *.Sub-Treasurers," already. The foltowi, is the list ina mrore condensed form, taken fIroni Stc.retary t'oodl.our'a R.,o:t to Congress, dated 17tit Jnnuary, 11139. Can II be p, asib'e that ten wi-h to, rrpertate rneh a st tem ofl fraud ! )et all wLo vure for the lcu tico doctri.ne of the sub. treaury acrleme ro!unnary thrmw tenlplealone into meI,' way. I)u they belwve that the neat bath will be Ioe hoonet than th. last Balanee" doe biy Recrivers of Pullic Moneys arlri:g ron trie sltesolf Public Landls, who weri ut otl li ce on thie IZ ih OctI b, r, 1837: - [teeirerot .antes. In, D. .4,,ioun due. Peter Wilson, S'ehenville. $9.348 07 Satmuetl tockely, do 147 87 Smtu uI Fitdley, Cl,illiclthe, 24,779 34 It Van Il,en. Z anerv ile, 5 50 Nathaniel Ewing, Vincernnes, 5,860 32 C T.1 a')lor, JrRtereonvllle, 1.627 7 A Ill ). d 5.046 72 Il'l '1' Ct.,hy, Crawe-nrlevtll., 39,013 I1 L.rzterus Nhil,. e nitrlpohs, 4 9t1 A hur lcCrt, orl Id 1.338 9.1 B tt.vnln.ln. E.lwsrdtltillh, 6,460 41 a.l,'I D Lckwuotd, deo 472 3 B F [dwcar,'e, tio 7,421 47 V I. D owmt, oetndalir, 16 714 29 G F tr.":l r, Lt r1.tute, 27,051 64 S:inucl tlamtornd, do 21,;74 44 Bernard Prattle, do 168,86 oTutian Quar-', Jacks,", 1,0 0 05 Jothn Jlias, do 1.3i6 16 W'it DI icRny. l.-togtuon, 0,877 23 V, ilis M (mreen. P.cntyrc, 2,31' I2 IIH Chaterb re, ()tirloe ,s, 27.238 57 IV errrt ,I 6,1193 93 liake Ie.asere, do 11,11 9i1 Ilcnjtt. t lilownrd, it 6.624 83 Nathattel Cuo, .irw Olas., 4 163 56 J J Mel.n haun, d, 593 "tt 1..eA (; Pr'eno, 4Ht lelrnn, 164 84 .\ l .tlcl MDa l, Waeltilgon , 9M1ts , 122(1 47 nl,a e Dncan. do 55 72 I'hotns L.wi,, do 317 25 Wa, Blarrtet, Auguste, 107 85 SI Ci,,nruo, do 285 25 Il, r,, Ala!,rrry, d.i 0.488 92 nmuI Sttlth, Sti Stoltcer, Ala .1,359 92 ;George Couway, do 5,613 00 John II (lwets, doi 30,611 07 Jas C Dickenson, LChtetaw. 648 61 (.o II Cruther, do 6,061 40 11 ,a mmerut, 21 ,imr,, do 38,714 01 rie, U Cameron, 3.1 tir,. Funod. 344 33 ant'I W Di kaont do 11,7118 73 di do 2d itme do, 80 53 Wh y D) Harris, Columhur, 10l3.178 08 John ir.han, Ifulterldle. 311,712 49 D Popr, tlustee of J Ilhasn. '211,71 47 J,,hnIT') lor, C:lawba, 11,11520 VWm Taylor, re!o 3,168 18 H Ii Perry, ilo 6,174 III U.ii.h (t Mltcrhell, Si 54.526 55 John Ilerbrt, Sp irta, 2,444 42 A.irew T ' '. try, tU --s'2,155 57 .:0 ardj K Cll, TsTlah: n ,, 43,498 ;4 JS Smttth. U S Attorney, Kentucky. 706 74 I A Jones, U 9 MI. Miecs~uri, 4.74 --4 SWV Steuh.naon, (:;.l.n, 74.859 70 L Hankins, Illena, Ark. 115,462 91 S W iBe-s, (treen liny, 36,007 39 Joseph Friend, Washita, Loniesane, 2,551 91 W H Allen, St Augustine, Fbrida, 1,997 50 O Il Boyd, Columbue, Miss. 60.198 1'2 R H Sterling, Coichume, 11.772 S: Camp. hirs. lnchlbslu's leganlt, though some* what vague, eo.nedyeslled "Wives ns they Wrre, 2 and Maids as they Are" last night introduced to 2 ,our citizens Mr. W. Johnson, a long established, and very favorite actor from Boston. This comedy, though possessing many scenes of deep interest, and snme of a lighter nature, is not of so lively, or sparkling a nature, as somn others by the same delightful authoress; and though the moral lesson inculcated throughout, and tooched with a skil fIl hand, ts highly useful, yet the situations in which, and the persnns witht whom it is carried out awake but itttle sympathy here. With the fashionable frivolities of LAdy Jlary society is here untainted: and the inearceration of her, and her less blameable friend, Miss D.trillon, in a wretch. ed prison, is ant event scarerly to be comprehended in this country-happily for us. The fretful, fidgety, domestie tyrant, LorJ Priory, whose lead ing 'principle of action is to keep "wives as they were," was extremely well suited to the manner, I and appearance of Mr. Johnson, and his reception throughout, while it evinced the sound judgment tof his auditory, was highly complimentary to his talents. Its quiet atd enttire silf possessaion, though slightly affected by the slranger faces aronad him, made their way to the good opinion of all. His ascetic tone, and manner, were admi rably !sanslned: his snlppish vindication of his antiquated notions of matrimony, and his scene with Bronzely and thle "broad cloth," were as hi. morous as they were natural. Mr. Johnson will prove a Great and valuabla addition to the Camp company. Tihe ladies of the comedy were all erttemely tr well acted. Mrs B*rrett played the heroine, Misr y Dorill,.n with great vivacity, and elegance. Lady 5t Mary Ruffle fell into able hands with Mrs Greene; d -this lady's talents are of a very superior order, and we only now disemiss her with this seeming o brevity at the commend of that imp. rius tyrant, Time. .Mrs Cowell played the obedient Lady Priory at once like a lady, and an artiste. The gentlemen rare very gootd, with the aexception of the Sir George Evelyn,-his namte we know not, 't -but it he lhad given us more of Mrs Inchhald's Slanguage, nnd less of his own, the representation n would have been greatly improved. [COMMUNICATEDj Mn. Earron,-Please eorrect the following error rontained in an article signed a " Citizen of the West," and oblige the author. I am made to say,-t It is a remarkable fact, that the western and south western states, which t. are emphatically exporting states, and produce more than the remainder of the Union; yet ac tually pay bank hills and bills of Exchange !' yr " When the aeluse thould have been printed t" acr v, tanlly ray millions in dircounst on bank bills and ie bills of exchange." Without this correction, the clause has no meaning. Some minor typngraphic et cal errors are n.tted, but they do not affect the E XCHANGE on Bnton, for sale by ISAAC BRID(G E J CO, nctV I:14 Magazine st `r UNNEY BAGS-7-5 bales 3 & 3 1.2 bushel bags, in store and forsala by C DORSEY, netl7 44 New Levree EAF LARID--l0UU kcgn in store, for ale by ( I)ORSEY. oct27 44 New Levee. ACON HII)ES-Il) caka superior Cincinnati cured, in store and for sale by Oct27 44 New I.evee SEi)-B.A.S-.iO sacks in store and for sale by E; DIORSEE. - oct27 41 New Levee 1A YORAI.l Y (lOF NEW ORLEAlNS. Ill.Epriiee ol reh floner to-day is $tl 5l pperharrel, L according to tl, tarlTi the bakera shall give dtn ring the iPreIet week (frTm Monday !2!tlt Oct.) 3l0 ull ee ofhrea, for a bIilt. Itreal of the secornd :fallity ts required to weigh 25 per cent, more, viz: IT i ounces. ort27 C. (tlENOI Mlayvor. .1" AGNE IA-A- . ,cpply oft Ilenry' Col. ined lag. n. ein, and Ihutler'a 'tagneintu Aperiern war ranted genuine--just received by the iubs ribere. SICK.lEd & Ct, oct27 40 Canal et rIIE shop of Mr. E J Ilnasell, Jeweller, 64 New CI evee. wsbhrokeu naaili last night, and a small quanttity ofjewelr crarriedl ot. They were heard yi Mr. Jis,. Falzn, hoh keepsa Ci lithing Storeanext dler. Ite came down and an hearing him thev nIb de offi, hn itg a craw bar, whlch is just newly made for the per poae orfpening doors. V IIOLESAL E & lRET'I'AIL-JUait pounds binte d, pure-7,l0 l do do No. l.ut up in kegs front 2.5 to 100 pounds each; just landing ald Sor sale at the Paint Store of the eubsereilr. MONDFI.L. oet27 O8 Camp st FIVF; DULLAR E R'VARD, s IL.be given to any person that will inform me where my slarve JNNY is amnl.led. She is ahbout five feet lfour itwhes high, marked with the small poax, and when she peakea she statters vary mlach. She is eiploted some where in fanbourg St. Slry. JAMES LAMBERT. act27-3t-end rAS FE BLACKINi;-19 barrels 'Wm. Duntlapt' Paste Blacking, landing from ship Rienzt, for Shby ISAAC BRII)UE &CO, oct24 184 Magazine st - . iESS & M.tAQUERADE BALL. W asHaTarot BALL RIooM, St. Philip street, hetween RoIlyal & Bouttrbon. I rl-E Manager of the above named Ball Room,grate Stful to his friends and the public fot the unparal. lulled patronage bestowed on him forsevernl seasions, recpeetfully informs them that the establishment has been enlarged for the amusement of visitors, and uon dergana intmense repairs. The bar will hbe surpassed by none in quality of liquoreand the Retaaurat ill hr I kept by the ablest Reastaurateur in the United States. The room will re-open on Saturday eventng, 3rd of November next. byh a GRAND DRESS & MASQUERADE BALL., and will take place as usual every Monday, Wednes day and Saturday oveeing, during the season, which %3! hbru he to this illic. a Terrier Puji; the own. er " a a we him by proving prolerty and pay tar ttles ndrarliec32eri oat'l:-31

UST receivel at ti n Ilisina Furnitutr Ware a aonni, 53 Ilientille etra;'ti% SlMaple and Cherry Iledetenil; a firrt elte article. t2're a reed a~sort. aetit of Maple. Wtlnaut, and Paiiltei Clhaira, witicb will ae sold or the lowest ecah ice r E9 . jr7 53 Bisnaille streer. doL.Le t'-Just received sne sendwd reamo of ' HIudasn's superfio I llt Cap, of T uperior lqua; l icy,fpr aale low by DAVID FEL.T & Co. New York end . Stationr'a Hall. .R01 25 Ithorire at eNid1ed: File f'irs a i st a reiei.d, a tew d. ai, ofa w ditre te eries, and for rele law. hh IDAVID FEIT & CO, New York and Stntione.r's I11a Cet2 L 241 :hartres SATS- anbe i itewI.odal r an d ir, ireer 'edp er bipl l Tiger front I.irerponl, for snalt bh IIOLSIES &. MtlI.,.d actlI 7 Ilnak Plaec 'T.V'TE O1 I.OUISIANA., pAl, lISIICOURT fr the Pari' b uf the City .f New ` ('rlea., Plresent the lIonlralle Charlres Mat i riuJitldge. ctlbhcrlth, 18.18. N. 11203II , Wm. . Copuer. ia. his Creditorsa. The coetlen of property by the 'ltiiiooer i aen.pted Iy the Court (or the beneht I hlis Credimreiti tt itilrdered that n nIteeilng of tnaid ereditor, In held efrlae E. Barneatt, Ntary Public, on Torednil thei'th of Novei.ltar, 18G8, tlen elid there tI delibratea on the ean lira of the Insolvent. In the mean time all pn.edilrg aainst hir peraon and prop. ertv are etayed. It is frlh ter ideredl that Juo. . I(I rveie Esq. lm npp-iated to represent tIe oubsert i crtlir i r m tht e a-e. y ordelr of thle Court. (lerk's Ofice,. New Orleans, 2.nh caerolerl183. A M1 t.UYi I.. 1 I'rAT I)E I.A I.UISI.t'sE-Lioui de pnralms 4 a t cills de !a N.uivnlle trleanst Preent 'llonoac rahle Charles Mnrine, jug--No 11,;03-- Wm I) Coopier conire eee ereaneiera-l.a petition dle peprir,. ta iu tititiao.aire avaut rn i akin lle e pi(.tpr Iene i.elor Ihuu..ec di oe- craneiure, i.i eiat ldeirbi qute ulle lisrltibl(e de.dlits crebanncira ail lien ust terlTa do I' Iiri.elt, notniae public. mardi, le 27a jour do nov am-. lire 18:0, A 10 haeures ui mtllin. ufin do delol.rer stir lea ,oiuirea dlhd itii on.biiair, Ct en a teaidant toet, I urauires contre oa Iperenne on seo propriietes anlnt arr'te.. Per orirle i Ina Cour-aBurea di Grrlbter-Nlli Orlealua 25 Oct i18.8. 26 oet A .I GUYIOL, raet. Greflber. JAILS-.5lb kegs cut .Nads in store, nandl Inc sale by N I.OCK; & Cf, aet26 _ Front street. ni IIIT' I.EA --D-5i0 k-,g, No.I , . u, [rOad ta noil, iu store and ifor sale hby S l.OCKE & Cor), o et.6 8 Frout I.een at. ay aulpIte. tf Quinine lauding and .tarale y JARVIS & ANIDIKWS., Dnrtghets, oer1 car Ciommon k Tielh. ilu't , in St. Charles Theatre. 27'CH NfGI'L'oFTr1 3F..EASON. 'I First night thi seatZ nol tre musaical drama of Z ZE ZI Zo ZU. 2'Ai E£ening, October :7th, 1838,l Will be performed the Masiral Drama of ZA ZE ZI ZO ZU. m Za e zi rea, Mr. Far. e: ZI Zi iMre. IIarrisn, Grozbee, Mr Cowell. Queen of Hearts, Mrs. Frrel., Tant-a.Tant, Cowell. An Overture, by Orchestra, Grand Pee deul, Mad'e Rarsent. Previous to which the Comedy of CHARLES II. Charles 2nd, Mr. Harrison! Rochestelr, De Mar, Capt. Copp, Farron, Edward, Md. . i larrison, Mar, Med. Trhieluera. A SEI.ECT and fresh supply of Itry Colors ofer ery deseriprtion, for Seene painting; Oil andl Wa-. ter colors; Brushes and artists tools, and an extensive stock of superior V.ARNISIIES,. from the mannfartory of 1 B3 Smitht ,t. C.,eaomprlsng in Not. I & 2 tlruitnr.,i N.s. I &O eoch a Varniah, nad I t 2 ordinary domeetie Black Japtn, and Brown do. Also, 21O kegs Crome green, in 25"lbt. aeach, ground in oil, nd 050 griniatere superlu r French green, also m rl, 12 berrela Spirits .iof Turlpelin and lliled Oil. Artist's Colors, &e. (Rleavet . yon, London,) and I 40 boxe. French Lake, for salte at the P'aint Storet of the subscriber. MONDELI.I, rcttt2 5: Camp at CO.P .RTNERSIIIP. - EORGE GREEN hIes thin ltay formed a ca-part U nership with hid brother Charles it. ireen; and -ill contliue the Carriasio Busineaas under the firm of GiEOLGE (tILEIrK,&A BROTIIEIl, oct 17 31 20 namp-strett ei ANSION IIOUS E i1OTELt. BDAI, I ROOM. No. 22 .Nw LEVcr. lhis eetahblihment will *,pen et TIHUIRSDAY L E;Vfl iNGDc. 1I, on which 'rsoior there will he a GIIAND )tLESM IIAI.l.. Thie prprietor will have goodorder at hie Gal Roma, for which paurprse he has engaged officer of Ihe Polier. let. 17. LIOUR-7--200 hble super tine louar, just received; a I.rATYFT & AMEILUNG, oct23 17 Com merre a - Ett"NUIE i.i.N 'N SI'TitE. 12r Royal Street. [OlIt 11I. MARTrENSTEIN haes tor sale, d'reel anP fron thie mnnla:cties in Silenia, (Prussia,) a large assrtrent of Dlamask and Diaper T'able I.mens. Prowers, Napkin., &e. Alio, dhetEing, Shirting, Ilandkerchirinr Crean, Brctlnguc, .atopuilaes. Pl'al las, Mlaquito nr!ting, &e, which are warranted to he all pure linen. Also, an assortment of Stockings Shawls, c e. act'22--3tp E are reeiving tr.wm .hips Saratoga nud Louis Srellt from New York, and Carolina frotm Boston and ofair frr sale on accomlnodating terms. 2010 boxes Sperm Candles, 50 begs Java Cofre, 20 boxes Pepper, 50 boxes Starch, 50 baskets Cihrmprigne Wine, 400 boxes Snap, kobbin's No. I other brands, 50 reams Wrapping Paper, '20 barrels Almends, 10 " Filberts, 100 boxes (;lrdri'a Lemon Syrup, 50 drunms flieh Flig, 10 cases Table Salt, I catsks W S pe5rr Oil, kegs Pickles; 50 cases do. asnttred, ru tierces Bice, 50 kegs naile assorted, 30 banoxes (;oltel Creere. 50 bael Musrat Virre, 50 boxes Tallow Candles, 10 boxes Stourghton's bhitters. 50 caseeo Tea, with a varierv of other goods. , IN T'ON & StIAL... oct20 7 Front Levee (rAp--20O boxes iilsttion r.. I. repLn Jackson A& rTrowbridge, landing from shilp Caro ti lisa, for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO. octrrt 131 Mtagzine it L MONS-60 boxes just rrreive ald for niai by RIEAD 4 BAILSr'O)W, octt.r 7 Balek Plaee B AUGIN .tr &a ALr. RltTp E for Erle be 1 RtEAID & ItK(I TOn, oct27 hln PIne. e USl received per ship I.oliarilh fr mn New Yalk, S hltnl' Nrntrucel Almarnact her tI39. Blurt'a Narticral Almanacs for 1010. liluirt. Cosrt Pilot, Is ter.t edition. Errhange o'talrlr. tl'n lcs of advance aid Drconunt. Advancr e r Tahrhe. Also, a'I'ritft for It i IUi, l e39, an B11140, 'ir cein I. b .DAhID FEL.T & CO, New York ael ~tationerr Ilall, ctc2 21 ('hartrer et LOK'F-t . oI . ' .s -Juct erreirod rares Ncwe )rrk t e l arge eaatort ntrr f crnrv stperior Steel 'enl. rcseiatrrg irr part rr Three Slit Plttrr; (Oillert' 'ntrn. mehrcalr ante lirrel l',n, and RIagce PentC , ainerrm.t r. e and fT, r oale by otDAVID FEl.T & CO. New York and Slrrirlrr.t Ilall, oct'22 21 Ctartres at I .!lr.ltrarvr)L'S "l'ormart. hetchup erl mnustard t lalriog tfromaship Prnero antitn for sale by J T'IIAYERO, aoct9 74 l'oydrae rt .'1 OA t. - I.UIJBEItR--2 tona Orrell (c 'oo in ceake; t J 30,000 feet White Pine hoards, n r aile hy I.EVI I GAIL.,. oet22 9:t Comnmn at eC AIRBLE iacsk ItPlying Cards--Jst received an I. invoice of Arhoit & Ely's srperior tlaying (arlds as follows: Engles., Ilrrv viii, Itecatur, Merry Andrews, Itighlandere, Pokers. &c, A-c, hr I ale by the grote or dozen, by gDAVID FEIT & CO, New York Sttionersr Ilall, oct22 24 Chartres at SW IULES. L TE TIN' A iE I.iANUFAC'I t-Y. t C LOCKE 4. CO., continuer to manufeelure Tin - . Ware in all its rvarious forrms, to older. TIheir stock of Tin ware on hand is very extensira, Shich they offer low and on accommodating terms; rountry nmerchants and derlerr i tihe article in the c it anreited rt etnmine their stock. Also, on hand lob Coppersgr ga house okimerse; 150 dro l.dlte. 30 don. Copper trgar hbrse Lamps. Capper meanuraa. Liquor Pumps: Oil and Turpentine Canister of Cop-, d per and Tin, all of their own manufecturer. oct23 . oct23 DORK-5-t bbhls Mn. and Prime Pork, landing fromt 1 flat boats, for sale Cby T o AIELONtI e LAYIT & AMFLUNU. oct:3 17Coramerce slree (OF FEE--Idt bags Ri. 1100 do. IHaana. sJale by STETSON & AVERT' octl9 88 Grtvi L NGLISH realinz l\an-Jnustl ccnTedr two hhni Sdred pounds of EEgli.h Sealing 1%a iof at.rrt. ed qualities, scuoe very supelrirr, for eate lbv DAVIto I EI.T & CO, New Yolk Stationers llall, octl9 "4 Chirtres at 1ACO\ SIDESi-30 lihda Ciincnuati curdrlotupe rior quality, tr sale bv ST.S"SON & AVEIRY, rt25 88 tirarer at I LOUI.lIAA Almaunc--Just received eieht theu. Ld sand I.euisiann Almtanirs for 1838, calculated for Alabama Mtiorirrippi and Louriena, for sale very cheap by tie iloz, gruceor siV1 EIT.T & CO, NPiw York ltatirnurs Hell. ,iec.r 24 Clhhartrs at SCOPYINC IgESd4I':l-Just received from Newr 11 York per chlp Ricnzi, six very superior Lever Copying Preiren; al in r~ very sfpriir srewr Copying Presetia rix first r.te acrew v 'rtrial Proarot, all aer roitiladlrslicr li anted,a~nd fornleow, y 1)AVIr)De;1T & C NerV Yok Stationnr. H]all, oct25 24 C:harItr. t -)EPPEIt--1tU brag i'eppef nd. ftrom ti.p Col ubuas, and flr sale by J TIIAYER &CO. ocit? 74 Poydra et T It(IATil u riilr.-Si1 hnaze Irihng troos chip I L',iliibuo, sod Tor sale by J TH.AYER & CO. oct24 7 Povdra sat |)OUCIItoNI TEA--100tui lft h rts Pouchuong Tea 1 in store, anid Ir tale Iy 1 TIIAYEIL & C', c24-ý 74 y oyira ta .lOUI.IANA INS"TI T'U'tk. IltItt Ins.irrirr for the t doadtion ofr yo.ni g gerslt. men, wrill go irto or cretion in li first day of Oe. Itiber, is lhe bas-me.nt etory of the 3lethonlirt Chutrch coreror ofCarcnorlt iiil itPoydira, ulndier the iliriol ifthe uolersigied wit has ocmmpirl the chan.r of niath enaetiis in seeral ('olleges of the north, and who is a roduate o a one of the n..ort clebrateld univrrsili. e oa Thr erorre o( (audles to be pursreed ih this semi'nt cy will be roniprelrnded in th,: tollowing divi.iion riz: I. The English dlepartmeint, emnlbrcin aol the b, Iranches ora tlloreh and ncel on,dished English ed. 2. The classical department, colprrchondin; the Latin andi Greek languages. :I. ''le djoenroliit if rmodlei. langiiger, in whibch -ill h I.n ught the FIcn b, .ml.toieih Jri iiaercan Ian. guagee. 4. 'Im no themnatlionl and phliloan hics department iconprpterding A Igbrn, Germctrv, lthe too Trigonomr etries railt lltheir pra:tical oplinar o to i'dirvyingi N.ovigat on, Artruornyv Nr. Niturrl philosnophy al; Chenmistrv,illstrtaed by apphpr iato ezperimecntr. le n o/s.:Valng Ilaerres f ihsa %I rn Lannges will be formeid and aton4al to from the Itat Uetrnler. C J IIA.fDlt3l.ANN, A t1. Ilrreanacea; J GIBSON EEq, Icev L'RaEmstIeT SIIANNON, ll .eoigrea oel'ege Jaksonn. Dla C: A'I.UZEI. EILI;, I. c DUNCUAN ali. J NICIIOI.StON E;q, New Orleans. ser2.5,1838. SMBRLL.R-il- eoaeaandrig .enin ssip ttlshb, ISAAC BRIDGE & C(', Scttri 1:14 Magazine COep WT. Theatre. : oilt1 Thepteate an np.ed for the serhon on I Bee1ll Eeoine, t .letl ofUloldler, under tlle. n enagmat of H. A SI.H.BARR 'T,. During the rec.s, the interior hun been newly an d eleCantly d-eorie.d he.tMo iael art eg. in Ite mist convenit and Iomjrible and nere hr the mcctdenosn lion of fmlirel , anil th proiquette f,ribhel i. lthe Eortl spledid style. 'hke delaenlolo are oafl r the de sign nnrdeeatationf 3. COhWn I LL. A new drop curtai hlde been pointer d by the talian rthle, Cerral and dI'ioli. The nompaneo will onsist olthe followini ladles and Cgentlemenl-Mrs. U. lnrrltt, Glreene, A nherson Wor rell;fall and Prien. Mino Mtel , t ernw , li' llie, and Wrae.- Meslre.G. Barrett, Ftirderick,, Johnson, Hodee ).. M. Brown, Greene, W. Sefllon, Irankli, Plaes, tllnley, J. efton, H. Keplpl. Kirklnndtlsrk, ii Austin, ae,mn and MLewis. The Oettetra willh le fill and effirent--l.ealer, Mr. hcklo-n-Fient Violin, Mr. Jolly; nd Violins, Mesere. Espnleniim and Joikel; Teror, Mir Solhmonn; Con!re. ilanro,Mr. (iardlinghi; Volineello, Mlr. lourne; Clarion sl,Meearl. Duran and. lto; Horo, Mesrsn. ireims and Amico; Trumpet, Mr. Sclleheler. Trombone, Mr. Oechini; Flute, Mr. Carrel; Ensro; Mr. llenninge. Mr. Sewell, reene Painter-.3lr. Ihintleyv, Prompter -Mr. Varden, Mechanist. The Manager fully oawle ofthe nreersity of stril - detandi deeorum in a well regulat-d .healre, aod being reodted to render thi establishment evrrry war wothlly ofthepaironage nod support of an eelig.ben.o public, has received thenssiletane of an lfleirot polire, which will be undel the directinll of Mr Comale.l The Saloon has been newlr fitted tp end remlllieh ed o o n. to make it an agreeable resort fc riheitors. buring the season, io addition to the oarious nucls ties that will be regularly produced, of acknowledged talenrt and repuantion will suceenioe iy appear. G. H. BARRETT, Lensen & Manager. lad appearance this seaon of Mr. WV. F. JOtINSON. ON 7T'Itt1 EVtENING,foCT. 27, 18318, Will be perflrmeel the admired ec sl;y of CHARLES II. Chsrles ild, ir. Ianrett, nRoeheste, Frederichs, Capt. Copp. John*on, Edward. Hedges. Mary Copp, Mrn. Blrrett. Afrter which the laughable Frece of PERFECTION. AirLawrenee, Mr. lJohnln, Charles Paragone, Blrrett. lsa,,,, H tntdly. Kate O'Brien, .Mr. larrett, ouInn. Andlrson. Pas ie ul, by Mill Anderson. The whoe to ecludot wlthl the force of MIUMIMY. Toby 'Tlramp, lr. llorrett, Teopholi Pole, J. Sefton. 7uesa, Mr.. Anderson. oct27 1"'Boaes and Parquetle $1--Sente in privato Bonen 1 50--Gillery, 50 cents. A limited number of.e a lon Ticketr to be had on application at the Ion Office. l'lBo l)ffice open every front 10 . ll nto 31' .11. and 4to6 PM. ryDoonrsopened at half past sin, P M. Thle Cur tain will rise at? o'clock. oet2ltl,,B. V.RANISIIESY-A large and extenive astock Irom V the manufactory of P ii Smilt & Co. comprlinsig in part thte folltwinE: extra polishing no I, do no 2; furniture n.o h do no 1, do 3; coach vnrniah no 1, do no 2;varnish no , 2 and 3 fr ordninary une; black and brown japan, for sale by s.ptl9 . CLANNON,12 Canmp at EXCHANG; RrAI)IN; ROtOtM. T HE proprietor has re-fitted his Reading Itoom,in the St. Charles Exchnnge. Corner oI Grrvier and St. Charles street, in the neatest manner. iesides all the principal papers of the Uoitsa States, of very city and state, the Canudns,Texan and Mani eo and Ilaoanna. thie room i regularly andraxtenivr. Iv Aupplied with the I;tcst Eunropeon panera, Lo)d's lieto and Prier's Price Cu rent. Also witar nearly all the Literary Periodicals on tbe day, and has there publications nf tho I.ondon, Edioatrg, Westmianter Metropolitan Ileia and Blackwoods Mnego.zine. The North American tr ie ew; thi cotleer Litar sel rn Knick bocker,TlheArete.kanJoral af ienirre- and Arts, ('shiner Mircellany tDemoraotic Iriew, tle( tlomet'so Magniine, Anmernna monthly, Ilently'o Niocellh ny, the Mexico Chirurgicn Revaiew, and a vrietly of aahrc. All these work. are rpeularly rtblribred tor and recei red. The rootn is also . ruppieri cdi a InrSge rirvaly f inaps and tn lneseNiles lergtor, L.vy's Pricae (:ur reatl rom itr coltnrtcenent, (izatvore, nul a rariety of worksl onfrrenenre. The motanrtive & Intelligeo nl ata rnllector. are em plced, to give tile rcrlierst orienlr, std no lpains e or a prene will he spared to redeor thbi Iteldirng Rtoa the first the United Stotes. uheorcritias p re re opetfully receivontl J1 P. FRILEMIN & C(:., N :1, W lagazinestrl et, ere rtecPeing thr.w r rrup rlies ",f I"ell rod Winter t rtl ini, and sill ruolUaIes to rrerive rnhilritctct regu larly hro thoe othe seaons . 't'Irhir a+erment Iing Inrge will enatbl threm to rupillen m h rnhanro fram the country. at the .roaerst lllr;fur satl wi oleauln or retail, on aceumntclting term.. Rep _ __ i() i'A I (\ '.If l oIIl'. T rp . 00 ndereig e lhan e forernd a co-pnarterehip t-re aier the firm of .McDtftNN I.I. L WATt';It.o !', at the Exehanre Ilitel, on ,.t ('balee etr., from and or ter the first dar r. Novenirber next. Indrvidrullh under obligations tr the ei,.oeaenlet'a gere and travellers generalc , ior the Iibenist paronage received while conlducting rlserg te esthliohmenrts in the city, they beg leave to nrnolrtte their don ormin tio to exert their untrited efiets to pia.ae, alile atering or the tares and g narrl comfort of tleli giSrtl, and hoalle aerehy to rnltrre a conlinrranc oe public farorntet patronage.N JNO M'DONNT. .I . D C WATEI. A.N, The Natchen Frretrder; Lo uisville Jtnnoml; Now York Epeesu; P ohiladelphia leirald and S.oiritel; [to. ton Atlas will please purli-h the saore three timen, ortd forward their ac.eounta to this officer. oct l5-in LIN TEiR PA PER.--Juet nc r ivedi N n the Brandy: Owino Mills, 6 cases superfine blue Icter paorpe; esome very low priced; 10 cases srperlitre white letter -paper, do; 2 cases thin pink letter rpaper; 4 asere surt, fine packet poit large size; 2 canec suprtfine letter asnored colors; 2 ca.e superfine octavo assorted cohlors. for sale, wholesale and retail, by I) FELT & Co, New York Stationers' lall, oet15 2r Chnrtre sItreet A'NEW Aerticlo. Just received at 5i, irenville st., . superior lot of Armour BIedsteads, sitable for ofafices or small rooms; the pulblic are reepectfully invi W R CARNES, olats-!, Bianvil~e H A. 200 bales Northern Timorthy lay in lstore, CIIAMPI.IN & Ct)OPF:R, eonS 82 Julla Ft. TO DRUlt;oItFlr. SUIST rre.ived perohipi)rleanmr from N York tl60 grce rblack Cor l'laietrr, 49 do Fleah'ecld r ls 2 do lteorr. cnlrinerd Mlast e.ia; 2 do luttecr'Ailreriest do 2 do .sidlitr 'owtrll, rrfr r ale ob y DAVID FiLT & CO., oct12 W Y 1tationnre' Ilall. Chartre t SOOITr', Shoes and itegane, comrrllring a gears'rlr nsesllnlrtnt, uirable far tho city or euhtry trade, landing from ship Cwncordin, and for rale low Pfor cash,oralprPstpved paper, bh A F DUNtI R & CO, repS 121 Custom tiouro H ENRIY' Calrcied Meg.reia j.rt recriLed per ship Yazoo, from New Y,rk, t few graucs sl.rry' genuirne calcined Mlagneinea, ltx sole by the doz. or groean by DAVID FElT i Ci) Belp'7 N Y Stationersa Hal, 24 ( hnrtr rit S The upper part of the lrurse No. 58 Camp se treet; poseesraon nay Ie gslven irmrrdiatl) -- apply on the prmises . S~"ts.,v ory sluperior eld Loelnlr i'artcoular V South Bide •tdgira Win, in Piles, htlfiper.s qaetc and igt ceeks botlod-imnportel by tie suhreribser,direct from M adrlr.,;,'rn years sinc-e. A ho o l her d oe riptio us of .tdla r n, 4 htefry an d I art Wines,ia wood and buotled, for snl.t: by S I'EI'SON 4'. AVEIIY. oct13 61 Oranier ,; OAt'-2d, boxers Gould s No. I Stea, i store ansod Pfor sale by J TFIIAYEIi & CO. octl3 74 Poydroll r Vta r01tl Oushois ethit Corn in prune rrrrot r lorRle by C/I.aPIsa b IN & COOPER. ocst 82 Jrulia et. C ePFFl; i'20 bags orl Java C.flee, now lutdia . a rtm ebrip Rienzi, nad tor Bale by -r t IHIYIE & nut), oct24 cro Cormmron , Magazine ct ViALS-iLiictnae assorted, from Uyot arutoo.a Vtory, for sale at col, by It BONNAIIEI., octl2 sor Natchez , T'chopitohular ( At14.--'-.5 ualts ' as -a, ladirg frun alip l'ar J donett,and ar sale by J TIFAYEIt, octlt9 71 P'ordra. i0iLlftltl and Wiie Iottlel--S(l groct Wino and S 1n0 I'orter bottls, fir sale by ltrL%|El & MIl.I.8, o. 121 7 llark Place. 0FFItM NEW (RLEANS htAS A;H t 11..E LRAl. R OAD CO, i dtrrwin oNt New York, inrsuan. to spit purcha r.s. J.AMES It CALDWEI.L, oct24 President. SIl"ES -51, hhls lincnn Siler, in goo rcondiiloni. a .tAYFT ,& ,AlMEI;.V i, oct24 39 t('ommrcrr nt _NK-.Jst re.eivd ii grIme of Felt's superior IItrk Ink, it r duo, bottles, packed in boxee of ore do,z. on octr, fur tote by t)ie S ser, dozen or rnigle bottle by It I) F)El[.T.. CO, ,rcft ;21 l',,rrrrre art RILIOVA. ,LE SKISB. t. L(I'KE 8a& Ci)., tla removed their L. Sbip b Cha diery dI lt Herd Ware Stock of1 oitda from N. 22 Old1i.ever, t No. 8 Front l ever 'ethb they offer for vale a now and extensive stok aof nodr, reecivel by the lfonrrivals. The'y also continu8 Selt n nuafator*. of Copper and sheet Iron and Tin care. oetcll fi nd fur sale p) READ & BARST(W. netlG 7 Bank Placy QPEILI cANI)ll";,'ohll., &E. 3i0 Wite New Blledford. 'perm Canmles; a 411 bdrr1E IRefined Whole Oil; 4 CnL'k New Bledf.rd Wiiter Oil; 15 Casks Roofinr Zinc; . 9 00t boxow No.1 B1oston aeu ; liltI hbg lrana Coffee;, ' 50 bones white Hlnet•n Sugar, snpnrqiorjp al y itl, In store atnd for sale by O. SJOSEPli COCKAYNF */* octl6 25 Orarier 4a FINIE iUNS I PERtCUSSItON I:AE.s b. LOCKE & C.ta their old .fb, d No. fl,6ehn L L.evee, haeejust received a few fle double bam celied L.,dono (inel; Also, .50,tlOJ flne Engii.h perc~es iun caps, in tin boxer twhit'', they Of&r fr .,lb. TO LET. S The bllaement hor of No. 193 Julinkb l ti the corner af Camp street; euiteble for orse .1 or store rooms, Apply no the prmises, r to1 C IV CAMMACK. ortl'2 Canal tBa.k . o . 7 TTTE NTIONI!! OOVER.YOR'S HIORHSE OU.IRDS, YOU will ttend drill every evening, Sundays sa cpt eted,etthedrill room, Ms as me Streetl,Oat door t., the Atchnfalaya Hank, at 7 o'cloek, plerociely. 'l le greatest punctualit is requeslted, an a masrtr io engaged to) give lessons in the sword rxercile. By r der of Claptaiu Otburne Croel. JI)IIN GIBSON, notl2 Orderly Serg't. Ct PTKUL E1'V i FFYCL(? :--6COND MU CIPALITY. New Orleans. Oct. 10th 1838. S(GREF.AIILY t a resolution of the Council;date A d'th Nleptember, 8l38roealed proposals will,t recerivedt the uffe l joffice b unau the 27th dayr November next, fir Three Hlundrrd t'lmusand Dolerr oll.nd of hil Municipality, payablle in thirty nre, anl bearing six per cent per annum interet. The i. terest iatallIe leni-anoually in Iondon, New York or New Orleans ans ay be agrel on. The Binds to be for $1000 each, if the interens be a) abhle in the United Stater, and for £E~50 ege eh, it the intereol be payable in L.ondn. The proposals to bw endlorsed 'Prmpunls fTur huotes.' JOHN CALHIOUN, octl - Cmptrlllert. uoreun da CoLrour-eceade onlreipait Ie Nouvelle OrIea, n t10 Oclt 1838.1 ONcFOIMtEMkoNT a aue resolution duConeaeis Cten date do 25 ueptembre 1838,des offres crehetme 'nlrot rrole a oe bureau jurqu'a mnrdi, Is l27cjorerde' novembe iroehin, pour truot cent I.ille piastre lldoe J Ilonlde emtte mnt ieipalite, payabtle lden trente anW.. e 0 iurt0nt alI lateret tenia tor ent I'an, t'inltare' icynllIe par olllestre dnaa Londror, New York on a a.\ouvoelle ,rlheaos, comlmn mt sera convenu. Ies. bone doiveot etre pour mille piastretochalqe i I'ioternt eOt payable dane lea Elate Unle, em pear deux cent rinquante livrec sterling 'il anoot pa.yable o Londrhe. I.ea propooilione doieont etrrndreeeell- "l'ropeosl fcr Bonds." 10,ot JOiIN CALlOUN,Comptrelettr, STATE OF LOUIIIANA--i'rih Court lot the S Parishm atd city of New Oglenet Present the lion. Cho.les enaurain, Jutldge, No. --, OVt. 8th, 1838 Jahn Wite, Inolvnlt debtor, in cttmal custody ve his creditors atd the creditors of White & Folly. o(.r maotin of C(. MlO'Millien, Counsel fer the Iarolvelat. nod uoi giving the Court to understand that a sufficient, llumber of leditoru in number and amolnt had mot ap peared at tie naletiog of crdiltore to othorire a do thorge under the lw. It is thlerrefore orlered by th court, that the. ercond meeting of the crenditors e the etietioner cnd of White and Folley taue place in open Court on Ileeday, o9th day of October, 1838, then seat there to delilerate on the eaflars of the petitioner, and to ehew cause why the said lnrolvel.t should aot.ha diuchau gid. Extruot from the minutes. Clerk's Office, Oct 8th, 1038. A II GUYiL, octl---twlld D'y Cloth ,TAT DI. LA lo)lIISIlANE-Conr de parosen pour la pariase et ville tie la NouvelleOrlea.., Prineut lion. Clhrles Mauriun, juge ,octobre 10i 1838-No-Jhlto WIhite, dibiteur tllaOlnoble, actunl l cmlt eu prison centre se cr'nciersa et lea erionaiera at Ic erioacie.r do Wlhite & Foley-Sur motion de C MeMlilun, avoceat do I'insolvnahle, t en foirant el-. tondlre In eolr qu'un nembb autlflantt dcreenro-iean ell nn.npre et mlitolLt atet pans peru a I'a hlembet den 1 preuci c. por utoritor nun detlhngeo lcon Is loi;n dons carte t ilkire, ii ent di.erte per la cour que'nnee e,,olc IOembthlle do plttiunnnire et le ceuo de White & Foley sit htea oit leile cour, ltndi le 12)d'oetohr. IU.11, poullr v dlih.rr rue le atlainre dte John White,.. pucr flirn ..neoir loult ol lellt Jrlhn White n torw lte d(hhotg(f ea.1n lou hd. Extrait deu ninutes-Il reau du gm etllert tetolnre 18371. 10 uct A .1 GU 0 OI., depute grfflat, . 'tl-N 1)01.1. h.te I3EW fAIi). Innlowoy lem tile 'aneulltn)l' r ino shpe, 0 grilla eUa., nnluedJOIIN(, I1U.1,, aged stoot thirty yearc,. Onee slave is allut huilt, 5, ttI I i.che is hleiglll, has a sliglt erttIttn his t chheek, o.oeko EItglitlh Out a ileft UIrt ,.llb The boverl, nreward .i ble paid ulpon hilttle livery to the oulelilet. deA. t; .ER(111E t ERItI('CK, eti-tI CllbrletELaoeer N.1) & C. R.R. r7 111: four otto fire Itoof berick etore ia ('xM010 l ultel, at preellt uciupird by Mecsrs. A H. IThle e te tlor Ilrick lr,e nt tle corner of lanlk Al ley and Nat.bhez rtrart, at preoeult oculied by .ltetsr. Ieet, 4l Cot.; the third ct ry being fitted fer a bed. rntn. Atlo, lhe :led .tory of the brick sto,re in lBank Alloy. kit lor from the sat naled-t-ll d ld 3nd m otorn. loing wel fitted ulp. I'omsensi, to he given on the Iat Novemhrr neot. oet.--tf ilIAd. A JAirIBlt.. CIHIAILENGE BLACKING! A\S.:. . M1A()N, of ll'hildt Ilphbia, bLogo resrpetfoully to apprsle the mterchlant and publir ponerally of New Orleans and I.o,utinno, that fie lasa nptine*e Messrae. Reeseu & I)'l.nne, tho nwd agetnt for the sal. ofbhiu neq unlled and inimitaole " CHIAI.I.N(;E BIOOT'' AND SHOE BI.ACKIN(I in this seclion of collulltry; in article which talnds pr. , minlt forits Itnotili'l Ilsootre, aWl uniloramity ofqual ily ThIe ,mnufclturr warrants the Challenge Black ing to tetain ls virtnes it any eliuate, andt preeneren ltele Isl.er tow hieh it is applied. lie oIron $100 pro iniul to any person wt will produce its auperior.. Cortltcalen coat be oerat tile tore of Messlrs. Iteene and I)'Lanue, from merehanllt of the highest reoperti. Illity, bealngtte.tilon..y to itobeauty anod uperlorilty over every other BIloaekg in thle United Statue. All. ordlers for this article in N. Orleans, or any par *fthis t eeclion of the Uin, must be forwarded to the cule Agents as abate, oho will pay particular attention to. tlthe snane, and fill themn at thei manufocturer's prices. Jal. 4. MinoN, Philadt lphia. sept. 10, If38. 95 Calloowhill at.. REESE & I'LANGE, Carh andt Faney Store 18 ('ampl setret. Sep2 - FfýtOAi fl RE:S'1'A lAJTý / IlE Subsecriber, late aIlyc~amtrtla ct No. 119 Chtt ttrealtreet, iutormat his frie.d antd the publite that on atuarday, 20o Ort*&r, fia will oper a Nyw lotTsetrn in the Theatte Ar. rulde, batoen Clamp and at. Ch -lee strrota, Int the Aradle l3atho. N. II.- ltitera end a lpon epreparedlto prdecr, wit Inepttch antI paunctttltty, etiher itt ptiestsa nneaa at the Ieutnurat, or at jtivnra house. 1. CANONB2., ectlt-tla n 5 1'iln J ee thlll etd . Ill hail pic- eIt 1 o05ady; 2 putote ln fine Iod Jameloll ttsoR . 15 barrels Che.,y henante.. landing, Gona alieje On:rylo, nRd fr Bale by oco'J _ PETEIIS & MIILARD). COrP '~i-.' Uere of light Iltanley's Copjntr, Rom: 9 tor II Ii weight, erets·riag Ill by 30 tnch., alr ae 3 bet20 by 5 lit frslr.011n, 9 , Mr slleby ill1 Db.VEltltAUJX, oct19 2t 'ylhntponulaa ae `t TU F:c-. lacrgt atotttaent of Caoking .totneB, I Parlor tnd lltty Rtaon 8~teyce of the lntatest adl most alptrvred paternt , its !teo and lar sale by :l IIl):VKIIoL'AX. yetl) Oti Tehopiteula. 82 OFF'ICEh N. 1ýtIIILEANM do1 N.h~ttllVII~l.12: 1. It ('at yethny 18th, 1838. 1IIC Car until fttlhetr notitetill stoat a follows Dpartuet. IRlturn, ttA3tl 8Ai II IPM WEEKIC DAVP. Dy'narttre. itttt. 3PM 3P31 aet1.9-tf JAMIES II CAIDW EI.L, L reed', I llA)(.AN'Sntol htect-lc -Ij-- , containilng t.not'a k.hip Bollyttgett, at' oriaitt qolittae, sntI moaen'scalf Rnoe tltiohltoo, londing fromn .hlia Rluselcl, Fannyattd nrtI, or rul Iy A RIDGE&CO, oct19 131 dlagarntla r E1 t t t RL) in tone Blot dea. yeah fo d sale by IIEAID & l .h2(Mr\Ow' tODFtlell- htaIoett layole Ity lýISAAU It~tl1bO 12 & CO, nett7_ 131Magaznjoa8t R EAF I.AtItI-SltU hags tloprime an lity, in seO tA sad r a" sale by SLITER & TIRIER0 oct17 40 Peydlats tn-tIC cille13 %ety lale LAýVRENC: r X" LEGENDRE, .trtlf 18 & 2 \ew t~ree fl1AVAN t tel.t'.t,,IHtolfton (t. l onraa, Ilta L !ian a d Canen.l of diffeyret brands, in pottle no SLATER & TRIER, 4111 I'nytbref Be ,itJRAPI'LING P'A P22t-12- cat-as now lypdinof anl bya oaly by T It IIYDT2 112RO. o 21 *ttu C. tamna & Migazine at (\B[(c.B--n, Barg. 1 C1·Cla I hugs nud Yr- a rill-j, set ivd Ih; tIto ehip Odlsl lct, antI fao;la by 1111 ,NNAI:EL. txU tcar Nstehe0 & Tel opituliS . . -Jttt hhl1-:U'llt.. tthe bIb lteet ni~l Itt h7t ,-t Ott dntage it thle wntnltp0., career of )l3ay~t.'t;tnld I.nftryett rlreta; tý,yly to "tl3 B:8 Julin a

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