Newspaper of True American, October 29, 1838, Page 2

October 29, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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W \VO.>k.yl o. 15 ido T Lrrtll, *14oaIM Lee. 13 do M.artin, PI'e.lku co, Ill dIS Nugent, T7ZrpuIn WV.it,. 6 do Js« lliPlburr, G do E 11 Dounl...tut.l, lItL I trunk. J Al Bltl 4 co, ;, buldlels wire, Coil 4 cu, I bl mdLe., Ki,kman, 1: oibr k , o. -St Louis..Per blearner .lhln Dougilaa.-55 sreck oats and ini. Iu. Luudepanm. 5 hor99 e., 9lesturhralill & V&aleutiue; 72 suekL corn 99d bran. 9hrls &u-driel W Puat & (ui9ll99li9; Wailton I co; 1 b9u. bright wurks s.d lot c9.9tig9, WVltolln 4 ol219 'l9ch cous an.d 7 ca'9v9, floa9l9.ll; A bti hae cutt99u,A S'l J Ueu.ltouau 4( co. Louisville..e'r .t9lam9 r Rio..2 bnxe. and I tru.k mdlze, LockLrt, Fcrnne De)ncgre; 17 bl. c9tlon, J II Pl99ucih; 7 hbl do Follain, tllo9,q k Dgelo'.,; 2 Ld . Carpionter; 99 dUo (nrd s pr A Botuett; I'J do Tokladiuo. PASSENGE..1. Vish/burg.. Par ltelmer Clailborne.. l)nrnr, DrEiAn, Rol.. Jorone, Mr. Vinteir,lMrsecuffy, Rausa-y, Liarolica. Tallbt ~* wmnt. JTollii. %V F.Lcr 1 7jnaily, 51r" eU]ri.. June., J ,9Italia.n.. It.. lh L99.n 999Ea , Lic 9999h., IHey, BRune9t, K9.9bin.on, W\i.l.o9, & Frt er. 09t Loui9..Per steamer IUla9n I9ougl-s.9.J .. Poinde9ter, eicxp, 9ingr, 2 Bt Louricer, J F'o9rt, Dr Jmes. l.:Kln,'. "a-ltd)>.iU>, .'n, hiilip, ll"wk . , - on. Ibn Feariing, It 1. Mxoi, Wy H9 e, Mills t'airllca, 1, 99olnl9911 f; 91 (irclU ),J Cn ft. 99m'l 1it Ta lor. J Dalalil, C Gourt. I (V 9ll99erli9A9 n, RIaludhllr, WV MUin, .R (;hild., L, Co', R % lliamsnn, I. Jelnry. IL A WatLkiuso, A Io.i - laldy, Col J IV I.9gn9, J J A.io3..,U wa9y spuaners. Lo, l ville..Per seanl,er Rio..G Cg9.n, Her C.swll and a fa ily, Prkr, 51-al He.w.r d l lyd. PIl, r \1',l - k o lllu ll llln U9, tl o9 Colline 9d la 9lW, It A 1h a. d, J W Conl-ii, Thma 8 Dl»l, It C; 1ll n nii.ad ldly. ELid -, If Culorl, Jiohl Gl.(dUll, lleltl) anild rinwily. Mirnllig: nlll ad t liily, ITaylor-ld fil.lly. T' Taylnr, n lid T.i- ur hr, .lil-«r, ilr . flu g heuaJ A $imu.ill, lrookl, K UDyer, \W L Turlor, Tll,,s Maly. C MiIlekil. 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J R ymnI11 .;»,Ke)'I A T i| -111 , J o ri M , lA 1|;,111o1ri 1, J Starker, Ai B Paollc +nlIit. 1ari.-'h illo , J IhelCery, \V 1'il-tl, LanIh~a) elnalllliy, Calt a(ordeli Capt %% ll-lll, 'oystiu.. 113 Un dkch.. 16 i-filc. wilc r I- - 1h. 4i1.io. A bi-ill..Pyraleamtlr lnlel4,a.. Ir J %V Z-,hri ai, lid%, JJ,.I 9. r)995,9Al- .99990999999, hAZ.1,. 9 J29999999999 :9r4', I94,oll h9. U9 . .,39 9 9 r.9 I,0(hl9l:9 . I 9 9" 9er9a9 , J tl.,, ..t, J9k99lr9,9 D 9V JhtCW9Jlt,,9l 9t99ki,99 3 A 99l9l9l9i9 , A 0ro)d,. 9 99hr9.u9, I.. wa' U . G9 9)ui9 9 Dr \.9il9gutl, It 9ar9il, (9,9rlk.9, "T 'ouhlor , ( ,l \ m 9ert Brg,tAian, 99lli , Wi F9il, c IOlU. i' hlor , Raidil .i. i . t th 'k. 9 'y9l9 91n. .l'9r 9hil9 9U9i9hi..A.9 ll99 99 d.ll9,ll . Be99a9f IA. w 'theur., 1 4 9lih 99 99. 99odge9, L'icr-. ah9,.9. 1 .jo, J I.adl. S k jl, P p\i lltltey, Sjllllnr. c.: 5lolKgi AV co, J Itrid-1e ;I. mre~l~cn q l.P:,,,ld" r+, , \\ %% J11- -. J If (;raha.nl, J A r t, 9rl lll999l99l9 , I999 h, 'ki N% .i.l ng V9 S loth , I9 9 il9 y . D ul 29,999r a 9 c., b 9;o .9.(w l99r.'; 9.,,b1.9 & J.999,9qu 9, I1 It Lc. & .€o; Pr399u9, Jol999 & 9 9 , IlN & If.'9 art, Bi99 1L ., II9 9, II .y9 Un., A 9 .ral9t 4. rt; IVd . )9or9, 1-.99&L, , i9.I,; Vi 9 9hilin. 9 Ao; Wloto. A- Kca.P; %% alkie Hight r .oi \.Wo, d & 9,iln V .1 1A lih 4 co; L.l,:I ll -1 l'& Tilrfit, Go G l. , c Iy, or , I'·r.k & Ordain E \WhIt'nior.'e, N $ler, G; Lidnluer A rot J S Douglllty & co; IN fllndrona .i(illw,. J U t'ubn A ,-oi Rod or, rratt & cu, L Gt% erd. LefatI.oui.Lnn ..T y, Oct ht 16111,t 3 P ,n n the 171h1 at 1U1 a re, ra t ttealllnr Ail ii, it ,lerrlm,:k i 1!i9tI. at 7 iam. clIuth of din Ohi.; Pr.+th ilt u , a ; I,) nll -)h N-,' 31,arid; pat U St ti-.-; In n ln, nel JIN - lld. olliator ." M lh d Lf 1;I 1i 4 at lo..on , Ilnlutlll' fi 211-d, I0 ocilt·n.92 ale.l0091 9 9l tshe Johu9 9 9 i ; 9 9 1, .9 t 9 [, in2,9, p .9 s d l)a W.l ( \' 99.b .r 9gr,,lllld Ib1*e on" 6' nd in; , P in. met V uitll li,i U W,,iles l o, ve.tlol. artery'9 I9o1n11 .4th,7 p . , met th999 9e it9.ll9 i b. 4o- I.9k9 Pbro 9idenlie 250th, 9 1 M t9 , met the laDida 99 9illlken' Be2nd; 9 Palt 11 aI 9 1, met Ihe Joh 9 Jay. C harlelton, U2d O(j--Brll Arabian, 'ili fortm X o, wallt 9993999099. 599929999999 (99.9999999999 Markeots. V:ONEY MAIKPL'- ( ITT NEWS3. F31,1v, Olctabo 0-0 I' P1. Thn-wonoy MN III ct 1 in R la as t I a[I! I eb W o V Rd cur tons Ila-j tito. Sine. the .il0o. of tla, i3i (,t,1 332,,l the 33. ioot o smi 3.oline of t3e33,, oh k have bee.n31 ' n.dernble. ·)'o day thea.30a 031030 303sines, ibit 3. wadva to 10 rib@. but the general characto still remain. tle same. Teho oloin; tao,3, will show the voh, jots that hove taken placeIo beltwee tili departure of3file last oten.: r and ili a*ailin1g of the R~oyal wCillhaill. to·dry: Co30f0013330. .3330: 0334 3331010 .3033 033ck 3h0400 330 10900 to tionapaitcure of the Gical WeYcrtern~on the 4thl iiittant, and z3,. poading teib depa0tuto of the Royal W9illia.m o the Still, SAozi 41ra INoTAXo. SALE$ IqTH INSTANT. 15 V31 Bank 1223 1 50 19 B.ank 13918 n. 39 Mechbanics 303 -45 Mechanoic I00 43 Phenix 306 333 Plicanix 105 233Butcher itDrovtm IIU 33 No,3thRiver so 100 Lafayoo: 09 51 DJry Dock3 w100l 13430 DOI ir 13.l 7309o341,0 0 3'9I P to3 Bh Ten 914 10i0Mor ris 031 7, 5 D 4. 039J 61, j iW1Vi1 i;1 10 1ILAW I W .54) lorr,3 64 .3509.LAT 11.519 1003 Stat0e 09 s30 SOh. 1. 4- T 16039 5o3,,oTou III3 123 Vick.buig 001-311,119 30 O.in .4 t 1039 3 N.. York 03- I 30311joi. 101 fi104. 100 5lol.-k It R. 12 40 VloiloI,.og 0759f. 1111 PH3'31. n 5o9 Zi Ilia It 303I 39r 2310 lirlast 57.5 3 Ilo13..o-o.. 53.54 bhr 3003l3e. t Wee 10.310103 47'~l.' o, 54 1233339.3R It 00030j 0 i Va. 3 , &3ov IO 3029.300 hod ,135 St in.to30 4Vja439j 11) Now hJe.oy 1111i 013Utica I31i. I I ri 136..ougotoo Vi9.439 150 Long Wland 579.47 43 Utics ]1, The daclin. ijo t33e tralis generally. in atti buted in the on.l 01, pctd bacceai altenl iagF the Iooca 1iýl- ickrts at theI rlceaut %% .3391331. h; v. k033011313 kiird a,33 ,c..00 an the0 ratlum anld naml n..f her, repal th, ~1-n. The u a..trfiiaj ini tia Aotw market In %%'oil street is no I3 ,00 303of the mone3y safair. of330 iniial,3 g, It. IF; ,oyo .d 330 h 3r tach. had Adso...aod too rupoily. a1nd10- much. to , iqam 0 eirsel*es. 'Th. real c0ldidimi of -amur10 Aarl .0 1. bl t 3,0. in Lb.b movements13 of price0-or th3e vat 330on sn 3.0r. 0ince the retioull31 Il 33310010 3313 1130113,, the -0330003 bf( caomedoiti. Wire b341that, r-o03 d-vard imul,0-0 [h. i 33,hav.00"ant01 0. 33 it31a u3 0 ley. . d ,y. I looo l.e.ties b.031.4, bllt this h34. beoo .n1-a-1by i0 -1 i00 dd.. 00 e 330 t313 Jtutelligence re000.01 of a oo-hbehlo dIomond Coil 03gl 0334131. It has since 1.loon bacb, n.1 ili vrr sl.'y ad3,nnrcl in pri30, with the 33,on, it3 thc11 nat1o I1 itlc-nme ot Lho ,1 ,33noted3. Cut1 tasalsaokitd. f03irm, as much11 train t 333000r ofth1e large holders on the 33ea .33 1,030,1 3333 03o 113 t 334,. poo.13 0rop03 Tobaco is ribiog. Th30 ,,3othat 0llolice o03 33.3300033lly aI0 heal th an iteinfly. 'If tj great siaphsofcommenlrrn thus mminc;-in their poiition,. Who Cateas *bell t it,. ire l-r 11ý11 or W-a) lot k,! thle 1-t.c or prbooilh Ladle and ],.;. . Nat e3.. T-ddly. ., noderaible mljolacimal t..k 1-Inr inl to., ipll chaif 0301010f thL K3.y.1f 1% d i.o. Ste. 'I3he3'3 1334~e taw btik It-y h-l3 31111-1g far ii,33103,3.1 da t 30031 '110' 033 slifellmr dritwrs to camen dosvo to -It-, nowtl rule. But fa~r the United to3 tbe Hank, th3 e A- at I3 . auid 9.. -c 0 11--a iuopl dotIo00 a fult-t,31133030,1,3 u 01.101 to It 7, 13 3 or (tate intuIIour loolir t. I 'lle IbI of UWobbe r o Inc Oosar of tb .1.71.1 Ilia ou3th, but c.Lo1n cit chao31 133 at 31 . Idea.lly *I'll, sairtinno, i of Ihet Ua iwld Stn,- Barll it a- tlia.-for. looked to with grant harcccm-aad lll tir, becar'ac -,ttcls - ddiapecruul~tocin. Thai iii-fittim. he,. ta-ge illlllOffulalls isi ably3'03b3 33 . Ina il03o33.l l to t13340 113 0 30 ho. 93 ld .. c 1.o1.3. l i'o c, t, it h3 d310103 33, f 13,0 Mae0 a' of.f r333, 3luril dSuo33t th0311k '110 )333r. The0 back her. is. therefore, tirueing u3t 11191 6 a oarori I me titles. It way be iiiiin 433301.0laure it. 3400030332 fonds o 'do5id, for to~e par im- c at' In rlill~vvof in, a,.,- oi~ ll t o lFWi~mucu~t cotton rlop -n Etarllq- I [.i s e rli alL ailua that large qualatil-es of exclion, eogo out it 1,I) Nur goods, or to 303fhu f the.. Ioool:0l iy3 L;Iui It,3 did not liteir I,,, 33 339.1. 33ooabo rooino-soo.intl the3301301 or flln .3rc.m 393333.3031033331 go tO Meet tha llOO33O *3313133103113 ..3132 th b 3lhope133w ofth0e": in drawinE L at 109j, is therelb.o . anniCillifild O the wooll tirleut sllid ·I-iil of.A3r. Hold~lc. Thee so:..tba 9303131, no doubt, join it thi0 poblicy, for I0hey are I ideptithad In the same ause-viz: th0 main 333303 hoe b il priimooercton in Livorpool, and thie pr03309ing of t1iny 00.. .pooiofo 11= 4 hack to Eu9.r. Thelma. an otiouney aff- in the no~othorn otate. is, thp.3o 3,31 03031033d ver. y 93,adh. i333 0.0330the unto staond ofh oelfiom.. 3, i1303,3311ou 1 -a-.e.l0,33,ltoer ais0u0310v 11 am mking by the 33un03 to r-ou01n in0 January next Wtaotlude imai31003133 I. Ala.090.3, 3,3ljoi.3330. and 033r10133West303033330 3ly. 334333o 01,330 wll, 333300000. 330 so pastent.0 Iy on the 0333341 alsaft0i0 vil c33033 nm31rk1o3 of Lu. = I thuso I aous can, before Lb00I13003"I'3330, 3 " 0,3,1 o0111o0 003fnd, they 33ay 303300030 at:3 3313 penud 3033gna if 3300 n3t. In4 9,this4 -w, 0hactviy rf t11he3m-ujuftt:turi liad, ofEqnsodgu Wll uv33 3 a pu33rful i9.40ae00a on t0o w0we )WImia he O krM n *a wboc-, we at in -pitý of imliti~rs-or Im 099, w untowardedle 0tions. this country is oradual300 y. w13e3a " '131d9439 rao.i.9 from0 the 30,33,03, r al-rc n 3f 3of 3. Aa bhave the 0333103ts3in 91 -ter, -Inaidan- than by 0333r0 .n4 we r0cover in a like atw4., O3 11,0. ity puz0le0 a i3 mjati3eall English 90133001. 3 133300n333 c3e, oil b.303.oy or 1%glondtivoy hbo: 109,3004003d rv0ul..... as are,.0 3 was Ocausefc0an year. We reler pa1tiwllkriýy to333,t of3183. 333, and son. to that at of 6. 333 so a In a of teobo 033003300 Objleulpl England (lilmit it,". palmd.. wqcir mch to.· lopIwdula any thin r3333 see3 in this muntry. Yet the P. i. I thusu u~w I criodo were niot greater and is ide, Visa -1.3 02.0 03th " in no peoph, afsti03as0the3 People of , kbit Id ong says, nya "006" 10000050. If so31 AD, 3a0ye got up0 again lad into will be yet Aad lin will be yet. 0033 oKvs 33933 or 2.-123 t- oIo0 dlsomition rboy 033 th33e was manifesta1t t0 b.0.j900030 10a 3 3. 0334 1030 --:1 3.00.r than 333000 .,~bag 1;331 lioi to p,i,00. Un3ited Stw3 Bank r39 .dtd *p 00C04 P"So33 jimit per ...3; Kentucky Bank.3I put seem MINOWI, 1, ll Bond .1 per cent; Paterson R-,fl Read I j 30314d H 33300r 4100od 0hilid In poa ten-gal-s provlnidence sit Broad 11 .9 i~U~t jpal cult. A.I TIlE SIVK ECHANGE. WEI:~110 ff. Ibl. I:03.:I t Jos fW1 3 1o3 3 919a6311 to swath Word 11 7, tawxI 91aG 75 Farmes"'Trust It tI - o.011i . Pro a10h NEW VURK MONEY MARPKET, &c. October 19. Theri pres ofnearly evry dencrlptll ofstiek exltrlenrelt Sfurther heavy decli:,e yesterday, and athougih Ihe colecus o on th1 e tp.r o"tlr, idutere,.d rather mom exleanveope retiola, the ma.ket preienled very dlcprelsed appeorance. United "tatl Ipank cloood wlithoult Clfgs, toy at 119, with 8l0-ofl«abll3t 300 .he. Tle Reglter of the Co.nrt orfhlncery ha. given the u.u al Ilics to pe, e,,. lo ding Pritrcteis oFr flaim s illst th. "ltanhk oftNiieat ' (at th.e divide.ds a&ainrt such clhtit will be paid by him ton pre.llltation nt 11I. otieht Allsan. if Bl Tld for within 41i m-ntlh from t'le 21 Octoler in.t. Tle ein to be mad ill thet t manner Ipecified iu the .ld, r f .the Clhancellor forsuch payment. FIOl'R AND U1LAN MARKEI'..T'.trTN yP. M. The Baltimosre Flour Mhhrkt up to \VWlueidy, wu rlther Its l ove, tho animlation Bluled ol recipt of tile advise. from F.lgland, by the lRvoyl Willi:rm, havii Inlobsided. $7 75 per tar el fros non, a.d Si from atore, r quote I a tile ,r erlp eifotialldad brands. o the leport before u,.City Mlll at i oms, ihl.edl t i8.l Int conntection wilo oih Ofrice i4 a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE Chut,.. pulcto th-k hav been Cartac eraln d by a. mta tl l diliore inr its Locted his caellea be.il Flour ctson. lPaf mphlet Bin d ank Chcrksd Cata loges Bdills of Lading TFRUE AITRFUAN OFFICE. Legal Notiecion uit ti e Bille Steam Boat sills CiTrculars Anmphld evert d ploet n 8o Job Werl hius bel y be req iptsred. Legal Notices a A. tion Bills, rlThe priorietor respectfully calls the attention to rth public to the, above Cuhrd, and Iasurcs then tIIb all work intruste i t,) his carei shcial e dne altthe shore lt notice, n tt style uln otrpa.iod in this city, ano at the Ine lt rtles 'I'IIE P rUE AM ERICAN. ieIsTEr Ri V JO ll the ade-l3. AJTITVUL AND BOLD. NIs an 3e ORn E u i :e MON DAY, OCTOBER 29, 183P. iN, veryjn ly rg ardir hy the rue frienods of the coenlry, ae the great point d'apui, on whirlh thy ral,therefore, thot tih result should be looked t4, with eom, anxic l y hy ho Whigs. If the tdhe reont of Van touren ahonld succeed, tshe sctred Siti-Tes ,lurhe s.-prrimne l aill once more be bnough t ins Coe t aroe , and pused e tr lotgh in th bedy. qirl, Ponnsylvania and Ohio ntaiutt ha, te, whligf, olay welt feel disllirited. In the state of Now YOnrk r partyi io i he di ino ority. Tn diw. foir' rfli frct, is only resorling to an tnnwrthy p,,lili-+ltrick. |lowv then can we expeot to sen Veld? IB y the defection of the Conserrstiee, fnim ,ho Vs. Ivurecn raos. Theniks to theii pa tril'io m tof he fltorinerporfer s o of the mean Kin ,lerdik, Vae fli no able last fall, to tler hips msy om ds I, Iithe ,a!e legiolslure. Will the Tiedtrvi ti s rrie in te rue Ito u lir foitl ill tt e S ltpirs t 4pnii? Of tnon decision of thin question, will Ilrle Iof e, ioriII elscliolt. Wte kbow Ihat thC o hVae stlren pwri y 'ill h hrof. into trhe state Ilo-C Fnoo. Tha tfll.eyl wiltlr, but their fwre is to be inu. Irli.tid by tlhfirnes fi Ihe Tk hntladge men. A Ieading Van 10r01lllte rcmtrloo d t us tht e past -llrl iner, wlliu o11 a lilred to New Yrk, ytht he part)" wuld crry the city election, if loey hon to is Irnduce l.ll h,,oond Iorcign vte. Sukh io tle nhigs of Ncw York,assisted by the brooe Cenner *ires will have s warmll tit0e o1 it if they can sue. ereed. That they will succeed, we doubd not, biu ls w oe hae already said, evnry thliurd tlepetdl upon thle seceders fronttt 1hk Kmldorlh-.oki,,'= rook,,. .1ti1,le Th- censrus lately taken in onr neigh. hour city of Mobile makes ts Propiulation as fol. lows. Whites 8594, Slaves 4470. Free coloutred persons 557. otal 13,61 (i: but as this was taken i theseunr nee, or dull season, it i but a po,)r criterimn tn judge hy. In the busy perird its pop. ulation will naumber over 20,000, and the city is hourly incrensing. .adanme Laeomple, the celebratJu danserse, made her first appearanee in Cincionati on the 17th. The papers speak of her in high termni of praise, fir though not so light as Augusta, nor so expressive as Cileste, @he is allowed to be equally great in herown partinular way. Of her power they all speak rapturouisly, and the .Newhi sans,-ashe is a lady of exqlirs taste, and managed the shawl dance more beautifully than we remember ever it have seen it.,' The itrneffe.-not the steanser, but the lonl necked nraive of Africa-ie in her way Sonlh. On the M6ih antid 7th she was to he at Cilumnbup, Ohio:-and shortly after at Cincinnati on her way hither, we hear. Cnpt Levy, of tihe United Staits Navy, has arri v.d in this city, and put up at tire Exchange Hotel. fleis awaiting the arrival of the ship Vandalia, to which he has been assigned. A cow has lately been killed by the lo.cmotirve on ile lial imore R Rer Roed, and all the milk ill tle city forthwith turned into curdi and whey frome "ipurest sym patlv." Georgia. Governor Giliner has iscaed his prroelamntion announcing the election of the entire whig congressional ticket for G(eorin, vnrz Alford, 312197: Black, 31675: Colquitt, 32287: Cotper, 3160r2: I)a wasn, 33128: laHershn mi3,150: King, 32,090: Nisbeti, 31724, antil Warrene 31765. Fe;amtcy qtretion. Edmutind Wilkes was fined .450 in New York for cowhiding his cousin Dr. George Wilkes, and cousin Henry, brother to e.l. mund, was fined $25 for aiding and abetting in the beating. Trie. A Cincinnati loco foco (ite Adverisrtis) argues tkrit if all the receiving and dibursing of.. ficers wire to run away with she funds in hand, sf, Ifr from its atfording an argurment in opposition to the Sub-rrensnry scheine,"it is a most powerful tne in i', favor " For its friends, it may be, since ihSty are il lh,uking out for a sintilar chance them. s lv, a. The steinmer r ,Irne" lately suntk nonr Inueiana, un the upper Mississippi, is hout to be rainsd andi rit s into complete tondition for running by the Sr. Loutie ID' l DorSk Company, for $45000, tihus aIvine lii inurance $10,600. .ilary Iarrughean iton the great 4 mile raeo at Lui.vile ,it Saturday the 201h. The course was crtA ded to x.s. Tihe Nashvtaie ilunks ihave rmeSUled to resume pcilepaymetsona tihe Ilt January next. If thie P'iayuqire r annor relite the statement of Louirille," biy aeny olhir mtnns than supposing ire is i-t a bo.a a jlie rrrs.r, llllldt, he had better l' et that h er .rti c Louisville is ior quizziing scrlhbrler. but a gelotleo an well knti i n to our cit. izens in geleral, a~ni l ru Captn in Mhithell in pnr icular; and if the Picayune reeqlirers a a urther proif tlhnt our te ouni--so elrone,,usily recah, d was not orretl--ehe will find in the Bee a letter from lieur Cnsul at Metalora s, corroubra in, it in everY parlicular. If ithe ,heagune gentleman was tlhought noabl, a writer a.itle he mtairained his incogniln, it is a pity lie ever became known. Ifthe wislhes for nr expressin of l doubt on our parrt, s ant excse for reprinting his trrvelling artiile, 6 which filled nearly two columns," we beg to decline bring in any way aecessory to so extensive ae n intflc tion nh isiinnocent readers. He may have wrie. ten well fornterly, he may be able to write well now, but it is neither proof of good talent, nor good taste to devote his perceptions to the up. enviable ollice ofpicking holes in his neighbor's (t: "7 We learn that tile - causa l the delay in the Mail's arrival oair Saturday, was the breaking of a shaft on board of the Stetesrnea " William Wal. 150C6.: IAry Chya.-The 0iirtiani Whi, in ephak irg of the result of the Elections in Ohio and Penneylvenio, as regards Gen. Harrisons'wihan 'cea, s&ly : SVWe imagine his lairns upon the WhVbig part, as their Presidenti.l candidate, will be speedily settled. If his two principnl props have all.n from him, we ask from what States do his elhat terina riends extpeit sooppoint .li is ,ppa:rnl. that it is perfectly idle to talk looster about hist being the Whig aendidnie. CLAT is the mrnn, ndl ihe only man, whlioe name touhes inl a Ire, minent dearee, the enshusiastic cold if the rI'LE.'S atf, eCionls! We ore glad to I'arn fro tirl' Iicavuiunier thqt tileh Tr.w bot Lion, which w. s snk 6 mies below lthe cilt, has been raised and plmped oat. IoGS oF THE GIEAT WEASTRNT.--Wr hoevo hbeen Pavored by a friend with a copy of a work printed in Brirto,, I rg. which contains a most interesting, anod complete hlitory of the first vo. ogo of the Great tIei. tern, out snld ome; a correct chart of I er course, and daily pruoers; and tlhe entire logs, as kept !ry the Cnp. tain and Engineer. Both are copious, and complele:- abound in useful, and interesting information; vhile the marginal "rremarks and occurrences." possess.a fuond of praetical knowledge,. Attaehed to the Etngi neer's log is a table of daily experiments on the salt nest of the water, its temperature, and weight, as made with an improved hydrometer. In the appendi. ces are jonurnals of the ieturn trip kept by Mr. Poster, of Philadelhil pia, nd by James Watson Weth, of New York. The whole is one of the most interesting works we ever petused, and suborlibers to our Reading Room will find it a valuable addition to the many excellent works now on our table. Risin.g of the 11aters.-The probability t f an imi mediate rise of wattr il tile Ohio, and its trihutarie=, thes noiw become a subject of nb'orbinZ interest. Thou sands of our citizens are detained fromn their lomes, and millions ofprodule kept from our nmaoket, by the very dry weather, experienced in all the up-eonuntry during tle past summer. So great has already bren the delay in filling the vacant heds of those important liv rn that flow into the "futher of waters," that they can now rs-arce rise beforo they freeze.. Well might John Rlandolph say that the Ohio was frozen one Itall ti!e eanr, ant dry the other, were he alive his opinion woould ow hie more confirmed than ever. Frotm ou slips of yest(rday we extract the following array of chances for a rise. The Pittsburg G(;az.et of tlhe 16th11 instint sys: "There has been a ri.e ocl qOnloe six or eeiht inllohs in the iver, ad, alrtholuhli it haIt eisoeid aising, we live in tile hulle ihat it 1ill not lie nony days before thrre will be iater enough for nav;igaliottn. The Pitt.hu'g Advaiente of the. 11il; instint esays: ,"Tile river hasl risen seven or.eighti d ncheo ii tOe host twenty-fhour hours, antd is still swelling. fOr t.v0er .lon tlll u a thot h lig ht St~iamhoatr will cer tainly be oenaoblod to ruln tl:is week. The Phi!atdlphin Lodger of the 2th salv.:r-' 'The Ohio River, at the lttest accounts from Pititshllre, was rising in earnest. By this tume, in till problbility, thl stealboants lave ommenlellced navigation ngaiol. Ar illltllrose anlollnt of merchanlise, destined for the west, wlsich hai ben neumiulating at oti diioreint de poLt, vvi I b- now sped to ilR destinaflon. We vi l tile wistern merchants all proper joy at this long wishdd event. FI'rom Cintinnnati, too, tile news is good. The Poot ofthre 18th says:--" .oe und.erstand, from good otilhori ty llat there is eight inches snow on this sidle of the [7 It is rising most gloriously here. The Dtaily News of the 19th speaks more folly of the 1r It done on 'nheart good to see it rain vyeterday. l'lere wats no haif way hiutineas about it, foiir it wits ucoh an enrnest and refreshing oautpouring roIll tilo clondr as has not hienl witrncrssre ill this section oir Polne lioe. Our streets were inetamorphosdi into creeki, anid the ci:y Pewers threw torrerts into ti,- o io scarcely infelior to hat river itself. There inre re ports of a leavy rain above in circulalion, ttlll well fIt:inded hopes ,of an immediate rise il the liver Inty be entertained. lFron New York we nlso le.rn that provisions ore filling as wesll as the rein. The second edition of thi Journal of Commrirerce of the 19th savs:t-"'1\e nhave had to-dayln a onstant and heavy rain windl N. . We Earcolry over koiew a greater amount of rain to fall ill ole day." Thfe ashrille IBanner ofnrthe ýd gives no nll tter:tg vifw of tile proppects ill i own inlllediate neighlior hood. It st P:-'i"Th Cunherlnn4 is still literallv. at low wts lr ninrk: tile tthio. we preulllle, itto. A o liits Ivr: pap. er o thlle Ilth inst. slati s that a ris of liotlr inchrs in tile io)io had taken place, but thi, it .vaA thetn slbosiding. The A\ heeling 'i'imeq rn-ports; xin clh, of sl:ow b tween that city and IBatiiore. The L.oiisville Jo.rnal of the 19th say-:-"Prto.ent aoipoietr ranesP, anl tile rlponrt orof rain ed now in the ntli tainl, lead u, to expect a rise (of the hlio) ill two ierk.s." The Lnlt.--Ther wttr in so low in tile Illino: river that ithe fish have to swllto s each other t ninke sI.nu. At 'lndion,la. sloullr a honrlret mlileo herlow thlis thl i ver hIts ria·n dsore t.n tor twelve inchl-s, accordhlio to the Bantoer or.hblinhrd at tait pilace. oaltimore .,loarket -We hiave received t"Lyi. rd's Balrimnre Price Cureolt," of tile P:Oh instant it is full of mercantile information, carvefuilly oiii piled and will dirplaytd. The Errl of Durhati., y the lit.st acc,,eunts, was to leave Quhbec on tile 27h, and procced to Montreal, and tihene by land to Washington .nod other cities of the Union. 'rhe frigate " Inconll itant"-fit ename for those she bolongs to-is to convey his Countess, family, and part of his suite to England. A moost splendid ship, tihe " Rotscus," wns launched in N. Yorkljn the20th. Silo is 1100 tons, per register, anlt is to be commanded by Captain Collins, lately ,, the Shakespeire, whose place in the new Liverpool line the Roscius is intended to take. We believe our worthy Camrp 1an1oiger had the honor of being her sponsor, although inot present rt tilu christening. Iralth. oaf Chaleston. -Tlb Courier of the 3D11 says the d populating disease " has almost entir - ly subsided. In the week ending the 204h there were but ten or twelve deaths, eand thence to to Tuesday the 23d the weather had been entirtly favorably to health, and the editor adds-- ihe first of November should find our oilizens at their homnes preqtmred to receive their friends end eur. tomers." lie does not, howevr, deny that ":11 - laitd cases of fever mnay, and will occur until a black fro'tf" &e. 71he Iuiielii.--\, e und, rstootd iss nigh't that an accicdint bad ocnurrie, to the Printing Press of thre Dullein whicih would I revent the irsuing its paper this morning. We are atrry indeed for nor neibhihor's misfortunes, but doubt not it will be repaired to.dny. The Steamer it Alton" was aground on the Mterrimack on the 17th on lier way to St. Louis. The L" nlorUoeiii a r," lit.e that ui Florida, ever beginning, never ending, appears under the influti ence of a true,. By a letter front Glasgnc, Oct." her 12;h, inserted in the Republican, it appears that the lortnions have acceded to the wishes of the citizens of Carrel county, eo. and have rid out with the intenti afp0,eing tOthel far wert," in Caldwell counti ; but it appears that a companyI of militia, 100 p in number, placed themselves ill the way to oppose their settling in the latter coun. ty, aeserting there was no room for therii there. The letter adds, very ei.nilieantly," we lhave not heard whether they were interrupted on the way, but pressmen not, for the lMormons were double their nuaiib her." .urder of Judge DoUtgherly.--''h St. Louis Re publicsn, received the following mysterious let ter, unsealed, regarding this brutal iturder : ' NrTculZ. Miss. Sept. I4. SMesers. Editors :-Revenge is s, eet. Oni tlhe nihlit of the lith, 12tit and 13th, I made prepara tions,and did, on the 14th (July) kill a rnscel, at I .u1)y r reet that I have not the privilie e of telling the circu:ntanece. I have so pinced it that I Car, o, ver be idlnltied ; tnd flrlher, I inave o com ,pun"c ins ol coiiscicei ior tile death of Th''i, la M. D.,ugherty ." 7' Ithe ELher uf1t/ihe "ue Alruc rican. SiR-- Vo,r corri1p ,ndl eIl of i-ti-ay, on tile sub je,.t .4 k\V iodn Prv lncnl. , is evlidelily unt e ai', %t itr tihe priacti al iue anti aplieation of wtld II thie ituirp tlof pavvitng. The plan lie sug yerts inav na swirr tluimpoary purposes, but would iii,t, its he suppoI. t, combine durablility and so. lidiry, inasiuerh an the whole surface of the ginin of the woodl on the upper side would be exposed to the clin fti the atnlrosphere, causing it to shrink and swell as wet or dry weather may pra. vail. Therefiore wonal placed iti this situation would not be protected front the ordinary agen cies of decay and rmt. lThe assntpton in his first paragraph eannot be fully sustained, where he says ' Two plane ul wnood paving have been proposed and tested in New Orleans, and bith have been fousn inexpe dient." It would not be difflcult to demonstrate that neitller plan hae been tested here in a tpreper and erlicit nt manner ; although the lit xagun blocke betll Ltet teistd clse here, anid toulnd to trtsweCr o well as e o id air toauperiade the th ee of round stone pavements, even in cities, where the aterinal can be procured in their vicinity at less than hall its coat in New Orleans, and of a better descripntin than is here put in tiee. O.t essential impirfection of the plan in prne tice here, isathe omeisitino of a very imprteant part of the process, vi : t that of pitlting n a thick coat if eot well boiled tar, over the whale surface of Ihe Ihedla of the blocks, tilling u all IhU ihoer nice,, eand lithe Ivig oni a coverict, about two inchll te deelp. if -itree aand, or _raveltI, (if it coult lhe pri cured,) n letr whiclh Cnrtl nor! veih:climis may he allowed tIl pass on it. Experience hies stH ,wtj this lpr,cees to be esnenaiin to durahility and solidi ty. 'The upoer surface thus becones conted with a cýmlnt, penetratting iito the ibhres of tile wool, which is indurated sudiicient to resist wear, anti rendered impervious tio air awl water, thereby protecting the lower part of ilth wood from decay and rot. For the foundation, the plank shreiting which is now being oied, iay, I think, be advantatc outly dispensed with. ty substitiiin a coating over the grade of shelli andl svdrl, well bieat diwn and rammed, and after thte blioks ar placed nod hirlnly set together, they require driving down soulid and even, with a hand driver. The Blocks procured by the Corlorniion are of too large a size in diameter to hind firmly ito gether. Fruom seven to eight inches diamlle'er and fourteen or sixteen inheos lung would ho be bet ter adapted. In conclusion I will observe, that I have been a close Obsatrver in other cities of the trials made of wood fur this purpose, sine the first caperitment in New York, based on previous cptcerilense at St. Petorsbtuilr. I have not a doubt h of their peril ct aptitude to N..vw Orleans, nor of their dvantange on the oe sc of chleaponess and greater Incility ol transport. liThe powter of irnction by a hose is I fifty per cent. greaier, than it is over the rollnd stone pnveilente, to say nothing of an exemption fron the distiracting dill and rattle IoI wi lt .' which is now experienced, and ih I eintlina to [)hi deemed a asrioiiuan Ioyance, while tie. e i a p), aibility presented of being relieved from such i nluialnce. A STRANGER IN NEW ORLEANS. 1eromt the N. Y. WVhit. WHIGSl ! LOOK ALOFT! Two years ago Martin Van Buren wtas elewle Preside-nt, having about 25,100 majority oi f th 1,500,000 votes casl in the Uoion, coun, ng Soutl Carolina as nothl:y. Lei us see now he has pros pered since. In1 836, he enrried MAINE, by 0,000 at till Stain Elertinn. and 7,,Ocntof 37,000oi a iloanrl vote for Prevident. At the late election, he snie cpeded by nbrut 3,000 illegal votes in 90,0l.0 Whip penilive gain 4,000.

In 113, lie carried NEW [IAMPSIIIRE o il bllt a show of opposition. MAjltrity 12,500 ir i25,000 votes. At the last olection he carried thl State by anloot 3,000 in 54,000 otrues. Positiv hig Eain 0,000. MlASSACIIUSETTS went agninst him by i,000 Last EKlcmtion, 18,000. WIhig gain 10,000. VERM()NT gave 4,000 against him in the itatl E..'cti-n, vwhich so discouraged his parlisans the Ihecy lid not turn out to vote for President, alo the V;has fhad 6,000 mjjority, thoughthey icplleo less votes thlin two months before. Reai \Wolii gain inore than 1,000. Nminal loss 501. RI11)E ISLAi,.) went for Van Burcn on a light poll by 254 mnjoi'jly. At tlie lst election h. h 5 bv 0. Psitive Wihig gainl, I, 00. CONNICTICUT wen; .Vari aurin by 750 me jority on a light vote, at Iha ,tate Election, i2,00 Now, WhIig by 5,500 maj,'ioj . ni d WdhII Ro00 Conservative by 7,000. ~lig gi, l oqver 6,000 Van HIuren Inveo , 0.,000. N EW YORK tave Van Buren 28,001) .maj rlty at the last State Electi npea peave a Wh\e;y Iajr1 ity af 15,000, and nobly reiterateod that judgen,; at her Spring elections. Whele is the berig with a toul who will be recrcant now? Whig gain 43, 000. NEWhI JERSpEY was carried by the W,'hils by a surpriat it) 1836. Majoritn 500. Now we have jun s Iaved it ill oppioasil, n to religiols ilmtha nces ald lthI fl'est a inm voting by shout 10i. We are etronger in he - aote, positively ans d relatively, than ever; but let thorn take their beggarly nomi nal g.in ill 400 PENNSYLVANI. I, -ent anninut ngp;inst us in the Staw Electi,,ns of 036 bh 10,000, a-hit-h (io. llarrison'sagreat portonal popularit riedied at ilhe aPres dentil to4,364. Now, we are beaen by Ilheo Torie ani Contservaives comnlined i lPrt, r aboutl to 8,0(00, tby all kinds of foul and dduole voting. Thiert is a small nominal loes here, but the N'hig cause never was roally snlrg-tr in PLnn. sIvania than now. W\e Ive now to glanceo at the conmarallrve rc stilt in a part o ly of thi e more diitv ant Stat s: VA1111N IA wenit for Van B iren by abolutt 7,010 majtority. L st April Whiing, by abouit Q,J00 WVhhitL qiin, 9,00)0. NORTH CAROLtlINA went for Van lVe en 1y t,50O njority. Now an Whig G.veror is 1ch ed hi 17.000, nnd a l.isloature by lu ,0 . - lao h, hit ant,7,5 . GEORGI(; lA electd a Van 'uren Cc,,ngr"- lii, . et ollld Ligislature ill I830G--vli . n i " t o l "l fLineg, becau .ul ' la denl. ''T, hac fi nl!y wet agalinst Val Unllre. NoW , a \\ hi0_ de'g. tolhi t Co onres, a d aib ly n I, t l - I.- r,, h just I trn elected. Gl in, l; 1F v1,,1 ;o io. .r a Il fua lr, anld al ainst i h, r-I lio n N, - O It Pri er, Iiand all o hr li l if01 a- c llBit l: ism proper, with -ilX ac t te, thu C Sul-i'rr;lm vII tee i no Van I btal n tin ictot . b iy 0,0. aii' gr011at,, ,njority N g ahiut 20,hi00t v3 . i have Iilln e de ted Gr lc, rs, Congr-s ,njl , leois!ntur se loppoed to himr, tBy m eoalilt.. Ilnlo lui io full 5 ,000 vtes. \k Bi, i gil '0,000. I1LINt)oSl0 ve an B rn gaevePr 3 U ii)rt. m pn hy 700 AVhi2 oain '2,3 '0. LOUISIAN , la belin riolemed. laisn, 11.So1 IPPI di-l Ila.l 1 01e 1,400. Siall NEW YORK n,,w cower to the 1-11h . thie tyrant 1 N) ! No ! niVtatt l Whiis! your country demands our alellnest [xrtins , (11i cheer for the god old cause of Liberty and the Cons:itutwnn, sand to ahaid Highway .lilack tUpo Gin. .4lkiison.-Th,, Lc uii villt Jouiinl, of hie 4th insltin. a slis that a Gen. Atkioono and his familv wre i, cetII tve turning to Jeferson Barracks trur S, L, u, o here they hall boe-n n e t a visin Ihe earli c in \ i! they ,ere riding wase attaeled by Itwo- roliin otle of whom soiZed Ihe r'ine of the horses whilst thle other plado hm n sell i n re ni to qi t dlie car riage until I aiival if several w"Le close at hand. The driver, who h had a pist,,l, shM lt the ptrson who i el l) he rie cid putting whip to hta herses, su,'ceed, d in l x irientinw tile party from f(rther peril. It will bie recollectedt, that a tew wetiks , go Jih 7o D-ughery, Ione of Iel mtn- r a ecahl . 'zto of1 'St. LouiS, wase nrertled iiou1 the satmo ron v, anid li.) dtilt the Generl and his fai ily wCeo ptiaserved fromt a eimnilar late ty the pree ne of oinio i his earriage driver. A nuhcer of the ciitzeil a l SI. Lt is vis-ited the place et ittack e n.xt nlorltiling, bet were uneobl to trace the as' istants, Considerollble blood was diilctvred upon hadl ci ried a cay tiho hodyp. 'IH EI TA ARItFF. In answer to a lIettr froa tIe Collector nf New Yolk, he Colnpindler of the Traasuy hais dI ter. inlled that in ordir ihat any articlel sotlld Ih classl d a nlillinery, that it Inust at n!ast, in part, ue made up by hand; and in accordance with tlla rule, that shawls, scarf, neckerchief, !!;I rr " c.hels, of silk and withoult e:Lbitcirery, or o.hir work ldoile y lhand alonr, are free. Als,, Sh'tawls, Siarfs, .eckPerchies, Handkerchifs, of silk alone, and without eS ' iroidery or other tork dolne hy hand. *Silk and worsted naerino S..awi's,"' Bik anild orsted .1,0le or Field : Caurdd Wool ill the brdters, withou; ernbhridery or other wnirk dlna by h lld, the eomponent materials of tcli villue, Silk. Shalrls of Silk and Collon, withllnt iill boi Jry or otherl woirk done by lind ; c lll[iop nt malerial hif hilef valt Stilk: Stocks, CtraeraI. SUs. pend(rs, Vighl Calps, lPrscs, and Bullons, ol blik. or havinl illk as the c ,nponell t Iatelrial to chief value: Rlibbons, not ia:le up-Braid, nit made ni -Braids, or litlets made up for the hair, and c,!aled as Millitery. Galloots, chargel as bind. ingts, i5 per ct. ad vahltren. Laces, Lae V'cilr, Lace Shawcls, or Shades of nilk (or threa:l) liable to a duty ol It 1-12 per centi. by Acts ol 27ia of Aprit, 1131i, antid 2d Maiy, 1824. Uretl '1eat ;fLabor.-In a match at brick lay ing in a part oI the arch of the Croon A(pletunct, batweL n Nicholsn,i a vyoung m ini of Ct.nclticu, anlld N agle, at Philadelphla, tihe Intter was aiva heni his istreglth gave uta, having Jlt 3,700 bric ks in 5 I-2 hOurs. Niclhulson contlout d i hall hour long.r, wihen le had laid 5,350. Thei wor w.a~iaptitally dote--. 1. paper. ISl--Just received li grace of I:eh's mlicrior lhlek inltk, ill 8 doze. hoItlh, jlicked ill boh a ,fo i W. l - ell eauc,, lr sale by thile g oae, dozer, or einl bottle ipy D.IVI) I)FELVT& Cii, New York and ttl:litoler ae ill I'tbii E10'ktc6 ltlCing Jook--Jattt rctctvcd till Sdoz,. l ebbtaer's teplling Iltukti, r saill b DAVID FELT' & Cio, New York Statione Il Hall, 06S'T' R-teiv-I a le. dozen of Sillilalaln'. laltent teltilltf hoube h Iak Stmtd'e, .itlh lwo bittlae,ole for Iack and onl+ tir red ink, ifr sal, by DAk It) ID 1,.x' & co, New York btat)Onrr'd lltll. ait09 24 Ciilrtrei at If E Ulndersigned has removed his Notirial Office to the Veranda, oil St. Charles street, betweenl Conuntloll sad Cau u ss. WILLIAM CIIRISPY. ocit'., 188--lm. Bgot"tOffia,00IWOiOol., 1m. a1?li36apM wlll I isasud from' this oieca to-May, winE to ihe breaking of a part oftMi machinery ofou. 'ower Presa. The paper will be isueed on Tnesday mnring as usual, bit in a new drc.s. As the oeaident ots been beyond our control, we hope our patrons will overlook this unuaual nor.-rence.o l sUlrVEYTOl'dsOFCEct2Si.\A jlU.IcI'-VAL. ITY. NOTI(Eiebscrei) given that in conlormity withl r, .lrionu ofth Cctuil of the S.Snl M lnici it ie, isedl at theirsitrtingof Tl'hesd , the 1'3rd inqt., I l reive at my ofice, ri;I Thursdayn,the 8i of' o vene nex, rpproposals tio firnish all the timber rsqui. , he wharves. J8JI. Pi v,or. _ o it t2l9 i '13 e v n r. PALl 1E. VIS est par le prBsent dunnan qur'n cofhoroni6 (l. d' a resolution d(l, Conseil dth lit 2d Municipa il, jour d contrat t tonless las hoi t6cees.aires tnUx polnts seeasllresiooloogae dr. hIs .Mnicimalisii, (at de'e n lnri.ssr 6- sulsle harfs nexcerpit. Irao len on1ut sit SUILV'EYOR'S-O'lI CE -SECOND IUUICIITpAL N-OTICE is hereby given thai in eonfirmitv with a reolntion of 'ih Coeneil of the Sesfnd passed at their sitting of Tuesday, the 16th inst., I will receive, at my officer till Wedscid.ys, thie 7th day of November nix, propos ls for suplo ing al 'elnl erlneri il the flxirkRthar may lie reqisirit be nrud Munhcipslihv for twelve tonnIs Iiinm slobt ý,fsie contract. Tlbhs'nid bricks d&,livrable in such qualitires and at scllh pl ces its tlny, .linot time to ti ie. be reqli, ed ! .i tvei u eyorc. Jo)s. lll uIf, BUR EAtU D V EI D LA Da t.Lu v, ) I NIi'CIP LITE. SVI' aitm pr !le prSesnt donns 6qu'en eonforintie, d d l 'e, n i n Id iC o lls e il d e l , S e o n d U . i peiiil, pase e di 16t do ccPI IEo, iyer. Neovrai l On l steanssieqs'au 7 d Oc No mbr.1 ie. ochiis sies llres pou II f CEair et l-WI-er nui-ssrs l. iques; In Muniepai il iourra avonir betnli pendrant ln sil a motirde sl doate (I ole rut., l.s 4lies ibriques devronsi tire ois le et delhs meillscure qualiih et sereot deelivreit iar qiuniti6 t aax plaIes qui s crnt de terils e anti designies par !e oiyer'e TI . n i , VoIce. uasks, rli, ltean, or sarlm Fy siviM. Mi l KEAN, IS. itAC IIIUIG E ti COt, oelt29 1:1 g Moaezlno . Ir AlT-I Lie nil Adentliursr c it tNirkl, ort nington br sl luailiu io to litn D he for isle inb ISA Xt BRII0 & CO, ort,2 1:11 1aazihe 1 or I UIIE 'lli )N1ti)s hlrtingro-18 ntles isc"sir sn!t. ' i , cn Hnl, lio hl e n lshin e lSh;ring;o lal front us l rli i, fio r S ie Ifi o Ii I3AAC IRIDGEi & CO, w:f2 \i 1:34 Ma:azin, aA Hri'11 Token aod Atlustic SIouIenilr, a Chriestrla T. anil New Yeats present for 1839-Editeld by S. IisLtory f tie Reign .f Fer'inands nd losbela. i, eth Cirlsoliclhv Williss II. Presrott, in 3 vls, ond edlitioir cf9 car oeCans antind Con.1 e it Nsli.lil.l.AS tC KLEY, N,;. I5, c. Ff1III f 3.i e id\en siret of Nicklebv c( nir nini.g - 'it lll ricc,, I oft r ilo firtirunes, ir itfsitrlnne, onis. rising4, d iwnf.lling, and cWhplete areer oi she Ni-kle. ho lioline. Edited by blsoz, with ill.traion byl: 0 Phiz. " IThe Annriean eAltnin. ano d erposinere of useful knosledge, foi.r hvyear 18:39. Alncisof.Srieloo anod Art-Or Annual Regiser i l 1S nIifulinventions lind ipnlrovelellnti-i discoverime nad %oii c. oosnoy, witih esravioge, edit 1183. " ,i,: , iner err oLen- of r S inn John, c a hiitsor i al'io, uine, ly Thualas Miller, iathor o ' A D. r soi e io, I I.ntie~s i ofthe Cosuntry, in 2 tols. ,li-hrnwrle iounl, ser tl Clioe, A Tale if the Sea, iby sit tl ornil;v'."- Pilotis , l ie "im S y,' &s 2 w . IJRlrt re-ti Edlle'ot' 5c ap anid smnpilce ro ril. . Label,, fin- litssi, , up Cih's t's shops,. urgeries, ll5s. e-ti -0, . , i , nitl nll AL ls & l. .:2 an joihlls.. h tioio he wciyth ntsi'lhi Mn I n i i l l i , i l o n D l lu le s tI C v erY d f o. 5 1" sre es r ofCani, Mid (oll ..nn s I 150l " rll strained so 40 0 Rd "omewined While Oil; 51? I ,arr l 8 1nt t'r Oil; Qo0 b,-. 9110|, 101h ( ll ing N-. 1 I,]:lra (Lap f 15 " 11 . \ \ViE t A h& W tesr's No. I d, I tl sltoiq illr r , ( A -le h. f ,V'IsIrRfI)fE (70 . _t.. 9 1 6 1 Ft:t A Irll, i Si', I,' h ;, h ine, Is w 5? f ·l, I ;'n'li'olm hip (ooulbt. slild ollr r . ,I'~V- " 1 1' -l. IS j- ANI\ I III ISl h l.sleDI rlt,.l i -t,% socil s ý ), l ,; , co ; I O . I s r' e Iso Jliti i V i & A \ IM E M I S, , 1 ; .I ,3 i) L t' :' " . -Y i l , 8.1. C s IC l ob(:.' A iii, " -- n i s. SCc e i -o Pn i i r l. i who, e is is ol,",, 11 vr nt. ".I\sl--. - J Al ES LA 31;11T. t27-It-nd·n~ IP SI'r; lil, %L(ii'SI i--il obarrels W t\imt. I)intl apij' 1 ' ln iih.l^ n, lal^ Cfron vhin p r iTi, for a Ih- \ ) ISA \ v S I lSA IC . ti ),: I & , i, \VasutI181oo ib'.I, ll, -' i't Snd hil in, r, et l eRoyal & d, WItrlion. r II t he er ld on hil torsera'd sta,-nit isi Itl" t.l il llnt lsm t heI tl hat Ii t ll l Iln - a t id nlla l.e fl)r th r n vllllt nerltml i )f visr ols, F and Fli Ir-_otnv illlrllm w.i T re ,irs. 'I lit- bar wi ill se sir llrp-st jh I. I S!7 ill l tvli 11 , r s Ill I. . :llle . l , ill itre rirLlaT Oll1i er Orle aon , O c tolicr r,183 o.f 5ra In''<'lur " ' aiii' °jlup r ie cllala , iof i:!-Wrir quD i t ' or [ýt t t t t all woti I v l.it ! ahilit festnttr tur in Ili fTin tej Slates. rl'l rnotiowil re.p o l otrdil ;l3t d C ti otllt ott: t ,ill itk, 0 l-o t, o ti... .l dev M ontv , We tio. d l Sltl n ot i- tll rl l trle eio son, ~ rhich A Cbll 'l t 6 orll It arl i oI the ,c)i'r 31 1I. S N. BI. The !:r,, +, alte liH i i will Ie, paid tto kt,- Itt io-_ p Arfi'e i ,rlor T LoUghoUt fotr Ftlih 1 v t.. iro , 1 lat s re o .1 S , lit 1h ft rtse a u Srr r itN u ;ie t he ,-in - 1e ray,a h i m by proving property and pay rt hi delib era tielo t .o a of e tInso~ I --nto e UST ( r teie t the looiibt r nal r nitua are ineht r.Ma- t . Vu t W~Noo to Pal.ted Chairs, lhidh 2Jl r,,e one handled rl als t o f lFhrl t l's htLperfiieo 1,lat Cal), of superior (u Il DAVII) IREIT & C0, [ ArNE 01' L-tUISIANAr pAIItIS iI)R' lii 'otillto l'ario : of tim City f' ln New York ni! otdiorner's Hall. or tQ4 2r (barim es ji t b,,lr utr st reii crl es, ecevl ' tio en o d p roztn, byi p r "tic 'nith: tttl inir t em C ot e ir fttotl o bnorit tti i(utdfloerlo it izes, aintd fior sle low. ng old DAVID EI;,rl'Tr & co, l tir i itfot New. Itio ort, Notaoro Ia'tti, l Hoa oc1!4 e2o4 Cr hattres s i-l T . .. . of o ot,, 18C8-, i. t ',r .' AI 0 s ttito ofiuiro of b titoiL ttr. 1 time lit 1i \ri 1t)l Co.rt. tElto OitSTA, TNot Orlotot, tOUtSi N ctoiA,l2 . oct? A J.il GY iLy , tl . r I ttt, it 1 _tct ___.r _til_. I8 . y.1111 11 (' lb It. Co olier, s ir. h t it' The ceo'l io n of pror t I'lltyoo otith' ot ir ac ted y fitle Court fir the bein-t it offhis e tiers: it ist.irieri-d that a noeitioodg pof -aid reitlitos Ibe hehld eflre K;. Blarnlett, Notary Public filol ' -l It~v-, thoe 27th1 of'R Noventi er, 1838, tht n alnd t i tre too delibltatl e Itn ith oif ir ofa o t olvent. itr ti lo Inl0ll0 l oittle ll lroceedingols a oians it l persoln and pro.ll ert tire stae , td. fI t i totur tle odrt l that Jtror. r t. Irt-a, tt . lIt appointed to represent ttle abtoo t trctlittr in this oatte. BY order iof fhe Cotrt.t P t)e ot2t ooott E 1'AT 1)t EI, 1.A lU1.ut' NI AA-L-tlt Gde aroiste d. ot O ti go t om t o h )t t .Noto t loottltotv onttb ihle Uhar!cs Matia jue--No lld0-W ll 1, ooper e tre s ranciers-Ia Petiion der propri- o * t't pH o tlil ot t ta y o a loa i tioecloe pur IL 00:l 1p 111si'Llie contlra . oa per Coutl ott o ¶s proboibitetlo l't t IIttoato'oi e to ' .I ct A 3o1 Gt7YO , I* . Greflier. oeelS7 W111 Magattm a St. Charles Theatre. Second night this caso of the melo drama of PETER WILKINS. l0th appcrionce tilla enoluin olr MR11. G O t . HOLLAND. This Evcning, Oclhber Sthi, 18538, Will be porfornied the Melo Draman of PETER WILKINS, SPeter Wilkino, Mrs. I'luilneg Nichol-s Ciowquill, Mr. HOL.LAND, Nondescript, iDolsr. Youracker, Mirs Tlrielmni. All Overture, by Orchestra, Grand Pas Soul, Mad'e Ravenot. Previnus to Peterr Wilkins the dralmc of THE MILLER'S MAID. Gille, Mr. Hlarrison, The Midler, Farren, Malltt Manrellous, Cowell, Plihco ', Mrs. Ilarrison. A SELECT anid n.-is siupYply i1 iry C .~rn 'cv c ery desription, flr Seene pini r; . .1l Wa ter colors; Brushes und f ,itti tsl, tani ' tl ie stock of superior Alsoi, iltI keg Crrome green, in V5 l<. suct, rloulid in t ril, anld 151 crorisier t stoiefirc IFrcreno h gren, also oil. 12 t Prrel Spirits f t f Turlre ficcc oricl fccilcd oci. A rtist'(C oilllrs , Ac. (Rel. Fves . '4 , c olldo n,) Uni t 40 hboxes French Luk, l, for Sahe at the Painl Stlore of ithe su eribcer. cc111 p ti , CotPArTNIRS lIIP. G0l EORGE (;GIREEN hIls tlhis (it.v formed a en-plirl A0 rer fip f.ih hi e brother Clcicrl.s I. Greenr acf will continue t sh Coccrcadon Iltinoes under the firm ofe GEOIUIE GiLEhIE,1& IRfLTHIIEIl, oct 17 3t 26 Caomp-streetc M ANSIO N 1 0 US 1E HOTEL BALL ROOM. No. 22 NEw I.EVEr, Fr1 ostilali-hmlent will s pen on TIIUILRSAY I VI E. ING,oOct. 18,I.c wllc h til:asion l there will ibes GRAND IDtRES: ItAIf. ThF pccprilor will i have aood order at hi Iltcll oomc, tor ihith purpose he has engag c officert s osf f- tfI'e. Oct. 17. IJJLOUR-'-.Oc clhc scu r fcle llou, Just receivrd; serf nt seorslehby ely IAYETr & AMELUNG, oct'3 17 Coal lere a El.1blNEl.IE LIA.E.N T'l'hllh,. 12ES 2 oyal Street. JrOIINs II. "MARTENcSTI9 N hii hlc r alll.e, drert fcifc crr te cll chcrct lies in Si 'sic (rlecs itl "lrget ccsetcnif o f litctc.k arlll)hticce Table i ntlents, fTi `"! ikit r & c. A ' sf:4 crnwlb -ig, Shirling, Ilaudkehrch itt, Cre ll . retlg ll I st lla I'fotil SMit nit:o r ting, &c, whihh are warralted to) bce ll p llr ihe. Also, an slsoortil nt of tocking .hawlt, e. l tir rceiving treot ýoioft o Sat. U rIto* Il.ulli v le from New ,l!rk, ah d Clllrointc fruoin Bcool, A S50caIgJ. .-va Cofoe, 400 boxes Sba , IRollnil's No. 1, other brands, 50 ren s Wrapping tPoper, 20 barrelis A IUtinnildi 10 " Filberts, 0I0 I ox"e (ordon's Lemon Syrulp, 50 drumllsi Bteh Fig., ll cahses Talble salt, III ca-ka W S Spermn Oil, k"gs Pickles; 5e 1 case. do. amosated, 10 tiertes hrice, 50t k f t nilg ai rt , 30 hob-ls G- .lhtll elhlle-P, 50 boxes Mllloatt \'il", 5I 's Tallow Candlle, 0 bI"xes Stots ghtl l' bitters. 50 cas Te, ith a oriev othr go )e t os20 . 7 ront c.eOe, hi o gP-silli, ho;e iitntfos Nt' . d , oc ap h-nnco . 1JneForn , & l'rlowv o iriidigc ,Ii (ini gfron.1 l .i Caro lina, tOr stle byl I ISfc AAC 1sfc ID,;s & Cso. I1;10 I( N - s;0 Iox,. jusft reociverd ni foir h nle h-l h It a2l 7 Iail& k ' Hallc -tar rteg Irec ot oNlft s' 7 I f s s c iollc I' [lo he cI iiir 7.. ,:.;, i i]]. hiti, - I 1' ffff I ,,,r,, tI ) dilh . n, r;xc-h ng! 'i'rdl h . Trh'"u I iilr/' f d oe N'I . I --J t re itnd f vc ,ew tt) k t S1 I I. d lF iioll t II .v i ils IN s i'liN ,tc Ilm - it t - t ct t f t o .:,c.p P , it "c.l I t io I tthc~ ~ ~ ~~~ t% cc cc t c efcrt Po 1)iV 1i II l' t & CO , Y in It ie I I I i, 1 orh3 Ic str f l i'8 L Its elt.* ,i : ~7 u 1, 'n'"s. ... e l ;n IAF I )k Y I i .u" .i l " t reill fit'Ir T inl 1 (ic l; I i 'l i) . f li. illii ici1511 dnil r e.,o I'i DAVIDF LT. I.l&l rt, •1 iJ n o l l ldiirim l tog i It'. i IIi1I) n dr. l )l r Ist: .k II "T ll 'ilre o(Jl ihum is v -e ry '. z, stlO heI I T1lilh 11'e, o'-r b..l in 1-, lxID ll Itl-iil l :INHIei Il rii ut f o ,l i t aio i it iieII, l iorll un i ll g A lie iot ii. oeTid- i tA oi of' e O., pter In . I T ae I of the 11. 1 i Ccll ''d eiatl t o hu,-. c rJnr o .ulIar Sle and PAt'Lndr as, nr biending1r1ti iat bt11e ofAur. te A lby ts3 SI llNc t reI S Val Ie S A 'd ON~vow t, LoiaiarI.i hll ott 9 " I.ZE B8 (1tG S rI;e tn a c Ish st cl ep whill etJries with th pr hic-Jii iiciccinl (rvouE Nio Id tulirtlAstr oloe verly s n ulrri al Pfillr .,, tl p as I iiiAd, d l y AVII) F 1ELT1 & (7C , New Yioik 't.icolioHalihtl, ocf192 2 14 Cihu1rl, slt e rllrtor qa ali y l pn f ir i iiit by C S STETSON & AVT,IC. LOa I.AIARA IllllEllrle-- l rc Ludivd eight thol - a Le,od 1 or s r 8, ulatd IAA ID FER & CO, ocNwl 7 llnk tiuircls oct21 5 21 CThartrt t e . i OVI ING I ewl iiicii received fronl New SIIopiIIg Presses; Wilso siericy superiiir sclrew CopyiOng liilh . six first rate sic w ore if lite ril iess di il C aurc. o fw Cr lii id 'o Ak yd t, tioer s Hall, uElihe iirsiigiell hale hop poccci liedhoe clii oglcho P iolil.oir , of furifho s oltie by leJ THIiAYER &CO. r i ,l'oero Kcc Kc hn-i-- e oi e h' s lading hor ePhei, r ill i oluluii.e lldeI in, ' Iis ule i oy g diii, i~. 'IliJ 'i'io leoiRcili &,e CO, il he -1 0 UCI clON iAc - ol dopofr1o1 t, i illfstilheoui eg Tod L in storeand forsicbyJ T AYER & CG, . 'lober, i dei he In lreni l ilry of the lelhoditi i hurich hi ll h udersigne l h lm hs occullpied the chair ofo u th o.rplute hoillo Ale f the GiO eclit c bra ted universities of ryr will ho l eomporufeded in thfillowi ng divio uionViz:g, C1. Ti he Eiuglish r ell rue ppot, embracing al r ll. fbracehl ofad thorough and tcel li pi ll ed English ed-e. C llEAtion.z, A . R hE laseiial SdepartmNnt, omprehel in C ther Latin c nd Gre. k ngu s. 3. T rt tof odern lnguges, in whichZEI ill taght the Lre, b, panis Orld orn. n ill guage.. eII Irehening Algebrn1 GeonIelry, toitwo Trigoh o-ihU eries ith their practico l applicatlioi to lourvying, RIEFERtENCES: RoV PRESI2ENT SHANNON, L4uNlni.art - C Jlege Camp St. Theatre. T ,HIS Theatre wn opend for the sensoun tO . Slday Evet ing thr =let orOctober, under the nlnagelent ofG R (. II.B A RE TT. During the r cess, the interior has been newly and elh'egantly decorated, the boxes anrtngeed in the most cnnveniet in (ecomfirt ble manner forthe aecenmnloda iton ,if ,fiilioe, tllonthe perqUnttC fitrnithed in the most eplendid style. T'he deernations are after the do sign nRd exeutiu.il of J. COWELL. A new drop ctrta;n hlte been painted by the aliHas ortiqtp, Careso andl lPillni, 'the com p any will cininst of the fhilorwlng ladlet and g.ntl*le:-v-Msr. . !.orrrett, ;reene, Ant'deron, Wor. ell, fl'lland I'ricr. MIlists McIntvre, Iewl, Walli, and Wrve,- Mesare.( . Harrett, Fledericki, Johnson, tlldgoes,:. M. Brown, (ireot', W. Sefhun, Fnuklir , Davim, llntleyJ. Sefton, II. KeLpp,l. Kirkland, tlarke, Austin, s man and I.eLie.wi The Orchstram willle fll nnd enfcient--.eader, Mr; Jackshon-First Violin, Mr. Jolly; 2nd Violina, Messrs. Eppenhe.on nO' Joikel; 'l'etor, Mr Sl,,nlotm; Comtet lltus,, lMr. r,'Gnri'lghii Violincelln, Mr. Iuore; Clarlon ottl, etroonD. turan it lld Melte; t]ornu, Nletsre. Reimat tod Am11ieo; {'r'oidpet, Mr. Schllltnelgeri 'trotllboon, Mr (clin, ti.ole,'n, Mr. Cnrrol; Easeoon: Mr. tleninlge. y r. -:rewll, Scene I'nlter--Mr, liuntioy, Prompter -31r. Vnrd it, ,lecltaniost. te 1 elieonwtr lilly ttom owr tle necessitt of striet o" der e,ld decooru in it well rd.ult.til ;teoatre, ntnd bei4 r-. lid to, reIder this establishment etvry way worthy ;i tih ,itltrrmsae and Hlppott of an enlightened publie, mh, iet-eivedthe fiile Sista:nce of an ellic:imt police, whihb wil e iullldel tlhe li rectieos o" ttr COTTlAM. TI'he S.looil has been newly fitted up nll embellishb ed, so aen t nmake it an agreeable resort for viitors. I)l oine tie season, ii; aldition In the variouls ovet ties thain will be regottrlre prtltdetedl, % TAN' A'ThSTI'ST nfacknowledtged talent and reputation will succeesse ly appear. G. H. BARRETT, L.rse-e & Manager. 3rd nppeltranee this season of Mr. W'. F. JOIiNSON. ON THIS EVENING, OCT. 29, 1838, Will be performed the thrilling dramnof THE GAMBLER'S FATE. George St. Gerlminie, Mr. Barrett, Warner, Frederikihe lir,, ,n, Johnlon, Alblrt St. Germaine, Mrs. Bartett Amelin, l'a Sleut. by Mliss Anderson. Song, Mr. Ilodges. The performance will conclude with the feres of THREE WEEKS AFTER MAR RIAGE. Sir Crarles Rackett, Mr. Barrett Druggett, Jolhnsen, Lady Rakce't, Mlrn. norrett. I711.nzlo nnd I'alquctlte $I--.Senl in private Dozeo I 5(I--(iillery, 50 cents. A lititled number oflea. son 'Tickels to be hltd on applicatin attiile floxn flice. ['llo Of)ffice open every from 10 A Il to 3 P1 . and Ito i P l. IOTloorsopened at Ihlf past six, P M. Thle Cor tain will rise at 7o'clock. oct2l--lB38. AftNNI.SIIF.S-.% large anti extensive stock frorm, Sihe mniftln:fctrv of ' It Snithll Co. conprisling in part thel follwinit: extrant polilthing in 1t do no furnoitur noI dofto n2, do :3 erea l varnish no !, do n; I; varnish no 1, 2 anod 3 for orlitnry use; black and hrtow jnpan, fir sale by oovplt'J CI.NNON,2 1(`nmp st EXCIIAN;E IIA RADING R)OOM. 111N proprietor has re-fitteod his Readling Room, in T_ t]he St. Charl, Exchange, tCorntr oh tiravier tlld St. (:hl rles street, ill te netestiI maI ner. esiideis ull the principal poapers of the Un iti d Sintes. of every cityl and state, thle Canadtas,Texanl and Melxi co llld Ilinlulltn, thlt roomt is regutlrly and extensive 7 sluppllied wilIh the latest European papeRs, Loed's Ioists, o.,o Iticu' rrice Cunrrcnt. Al so % it nearly all the I.ltrnrv Plcr;oldicals of1 the dos, ,and Ibnri tie rO publications of thie Ilondon, 'dl,, int, Westmino er Metropolitan teviews and Blnackhwotods Magazine. The North A lnitrican tReviewt; the Sluthtl rn Litier"ry. Knick Itc l ,r,'l the Aln tric: t, Journ: l tof i'ietoee atd Art, . nlllcl iie~l, A ,mericin olllnthl llv ently's Miscellhnv, the IAll tihe,,' . ,,'rksore re-LlarlY sni,-ibed for a"o '' recei !f'd. '1,,n rooI itI'ýe o ' j)Iii, d l ith a loate ' iretyr o(lf o i and l tllii l.R, NYi1 . reaiho r, Ivv's I'ricl ur -*t eant rilt ý allll en(cemsient, G;azateers, an a vrariety Thilt- litolt itiv" & ititel[ligvt nnws¢ rolectori olePmt of toro knt r erfetl,,oiI ploved, t,, giv, Ihe, t r!i,'te an-i6 ,,od t.o pnis nlor x o,'n will 1,e s cltoIn Io renTh this rOclivt IeRome theu irly the u nh,.ild O td es o. I vi in O',,bet.,iitt,, n ot' re r-r~tlpr el,'tulfly rc t, I. &,tI I-- tl t' hi ' i' Il N',. iT P.1 t I! AN & CO., Nit 3, n."ozi,,e ctr,'t.o r civin- their . -.p liot ',t Fall {""It Winter i larlv Ithr-lughti, H t spa-. t. Th,.ir a--ito et tbeoug ,Inr will vlln,lde thI, to Ion ,, I I Y, rto hants, feot Itle r11unn"y,alt t1i, ,r slioralt I t s I o,!O'il0, or retail, oil accoll imou itng ter . w p.' , .+. . . . .. . . . ... . . . . at tIe Exchunlje oIh el,' oll St. ( h1 Ile,, w r., f-lll and en rl , i . t i, r . ,r , i ... . i.. I. f Nl), , (, - ll . dllvirtu mi J l h r w/ [d lt- "LlO I thn v I il lUs; F r rri ll r -, r t , :I l lt.lIr li hh ..Ir l p:,irr onl e t~l,~l~ll· u;Nhlt lillll i l A ,+ lllh r nI-ll;ih Ntl bin. hi. [ 1 rui i i al lll l tel, 1 i ll llll, I I, .l llT a ?ll ( lil , r /A, ue.. ia r alle Ior I ,:, Ir " Im morn g, t .c fl " "I t heir frtre h' ca~ll rrri ex r u e i ll lr W D l ii C A uRrE , CI1A )PLIN & oKIPER,F 1) C N1 I1 :U iý.% , t UST rrrivnd per l iiOlrlmt E e rom N Yorkl f in g rcellnck Coirt I'lailer, 'r Iiiui vi) IIl Jl doNo . ...i l ,l ,oIl rt I ,.ine S- Ilr Cll .a. i <" ) d Slul~ll l ^il'owll~·r l,fhlranichlv 1>AVIW FL-l' 1 & CO., n ort i N Y the ionIr| ' I)ulln ChIrtrs O trda, rlnding from *hip Cnordia, and for sale low Pr cI sIor-ppNod Oaper, . C OP i, c Ir15 Calciici Mognn m« jiist received p.r 'ne vhi., Yal.", from N0 w llrkne, whiw g, roct o in dr Sy' r o nti c.alcined snein, t oe r r alerby the r l grleby an AVID FELT & CO, , NreP7 N l iok Stationers Hill, 24 rrr a TO LE'I'. a" tl' uihr hi rf rl cr rt e, % onr hledt'oule, n.n lg frrsp fic or ýmall re ns; the puldi t m rie ren et iatll y invi ited i cll a lnd ex n u thle miaEua . W It CAIRNE-o, OAIr e or s e oudd No. 1 ill to and l A . '260 Iolr s NorBho'anleothy llyy ia tuoro , __ll3 fr 7. lr hy C IAMPLIN & COOPER, oct35 B2 Julia f lt. T O DiH . avais te, now l'S udia dUST2 rAlnived permhilpll)rleans from N York s do II . . ' lB ined Slag ONNAEesia o l2 utter' corAprient & hopiul Sdo Seallir l owders, fr a ale by s DAI FELJ THA & CR, octl9e1 7Pov dr a A eWtfl N Y Sth atl ners' lr Cr l, 2Chlrtre P. SOOT , e ansll_ Iatrotn L e oulnte islg a general .i a rtoc te , liall r thayIe gceity or eu unllr trade, lan g C O chip Ceng ri Nia, Yorka ln sua ls 1r ca SKEY-50 orap s in ov a re, r ne, e bv A P DUNBAR & CO, se Atlu6 la DOtr le , i 14 New Leio II pSfire oa n, frot New Yo rk, a fi pur barrel, o Iltnacry' te rnuith e talcined , ca la eior sale by the _ il,_ 7 N Y Statieners tlall, 24 Chartre st . O l TO LIT.i TL uppIer h rt ol'the a us ietNo. 5i Campr S 'tl-9 elply O tie .E la, aisyosr.. N la-Very superior old London Particular c11S3 ulh si de ira ie, in Pipe alfie, subscriher*,direct frbag aIadtira, aire, vacm adi .. Almo) Other desacrit lions oftl.leilra, vry aud Port Wintsin wood Aid otl ek, inr stal I Ry sI' ON E AVERY, OAI--2,, boxes t ould'c Naa- o. Tp, iret store all fint , sar l ta A Mr sale r CO, ell 74 'Poydr sm URN-- M O ite-"u crn C ..e--o'r 'tea, fo r sale by CHAMPLIN & COOPER, clft 8 t2 Julia s1, I JF F II E ,--2 0 li g s o ic d J a v a C o fll e , n o w lu u d i n " - from ship R.ienzi, and for sale by O CE~ N I-A f Ir t HLYD )E & BROrl o Dt24 c rt tar Common &tt Magazine in ts IalAl 8--1 i l ui Ira asrted, Item Dyori"-ar er _ tory, for sauo t cast, by 1 I IONNAIIWELL, IneI2r i c oNatche, & echopitulcas. 1_ ta0 l'orrt Abtles, for sb a v ltL.LE S & MILLS., oYrti.l 7 i onk PIaLce. rFF IU I-, N \LV )RI , .A 3 ,S & NDAl S H Vli .1,E R A 1 o RI OAiIr C 0. is d $1wig tt Now Valr it n supb a to suit purrha taers. ESi11 CALDWELLr t UIFS--52 thd. Bacon Sides, in good condilion, in - a- o s tol and t'or aale by or, t2. 39 omnmerce st Vetfi W1 14 New, L[vee, H ~ . ... t; 1)()sEY,

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