Newspaper of True American, November 12, 1838, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated November 12, 1838 Page 2
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Sait Regulations. 1The Great r asterle ,lkal is closed every day at 10 e*'oia. A .M--Is de every day at 12, M. 'Ie £rtx-a!ol.Sil ts closed every day at halftpast 10 A 'i-Tli 'ibh with tihe great Eastern Mail, aewry da.. C le-hke JBl.'i (via Covington, La.) in closed every Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 6 o'clock, a A M--Ts due every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur. C eay, at 5, P M. 'Te Louir;l)e or Rirer Mail is closed every Monday, Wednlesday and Saturday, at 8 P M--Is sent and returned by steanboats.-Arrives irregu I arly three times a week. The dByocu Sara or Coratl Ilil is closed every Tuesday and Friday, at 8, P M-Is sent and re turned by the steamboat Brilliant. The .lexandria or Red River .lail is sent irrege larly by steamboats, twice a week. Louisville or River Mail. aodndsday, and Cloems at 8 o'clock, P M. Saturday,, Const Mlail. Tue d T y and 1Close at 8 o'clock, P M. Saturday, New-Orleans Chamber of "onmmerce. orFICtRca sIl 'rore rYea 1838. S. J. Peters, Procitlent. A. Qunrtier, .at Vice President, W. L. Hlodge, 2d do. COMMITTEE OF APEP LS, FOR 1838. James Dick, Thnla.s Barrett, John A Merle, II C Cammack, Jan H Leverich, Ahijah Fisk. GEO. W. WHITE, Secy. PORT OF NEW ORLIANS. L November 10. CLEARANCE.. s6hpiOanscln. Child, Lirerpaoo, Adams & P Whitoll ohipl Alliaece, Fernla', I darer, L i1 (aile papsaih Brig Emclio. I.ou.t, tilaoane, J rs. Srehr Charlotte. hak, Ta,'ensarvla, tonr. Brig Arablas, Wselsh, Cltrlestola ARI IVAL.S. Noremler 1i. Towboat e hark. Thomas,l rom te Paer .·r htring toaesrd to sea shi Hannibdc. Returllell to ton wilt te ship Mt reac.d Bremen bark Sophiee. Illeft \ Ptss on tile Lh at 0 p lo. R aportship allti',al ..rol oll O til Bur: nothing ill. ight ,a Wbo totng nothilg n e e i otn the river• To al o , Tenlao en Ma do fromll, rain tile Pases. Pro ceeded down litht. Left 5he Bar on the rth at o, ap m. Re the Bar without a tow. froueit lep sroip t Loui., Sp bark { realuh, snd brig liati. Left on the loth n tet, 4 t d r In. Report y ollhilng slertr. 'iToahooat Grapus, Mlorriron. f4 aron th Parso, Hating rocerded to the Bar light. Brought up srhip Oese and bark Euphratts. Towboat Pacific., Martin, from the Payse. Tared to one lschr Henry Clay. . d t, aria. IBrough up l hips t larkawyr and Villnt. oLeft on tle llth, at 6p m. Rheports Fteareh aIbipl ill tlhe o01llg, hrig Ihllenlent lit Met'all'e Flats. Steamelr Seal, Breathe, 0 from r Bc e. ler yeaterde y after rnoon. rouhllt up US *lrs Dledgllga, Oto, to aoer sc d Lynx, boalld to the Nortl Red River, t tShip Ocoaeot La)yt), 14I days from New YorkL. to Bain b Shipeit Louis, Waato- , 15 day. from Phiadelphia, to N t Connely 6 co. Ship Ttla, Delliblgbm, l42 day from nordeaux, to Le Ship Mohawk. ','bi,,. 55 .ay, from B.rdea.., to Logendro ShipMare, Ca-.. !. 25th Sept, fr G.....nock, to .. ol.m.. French ship Vaillat, Ilionvenu, master, 42 days from Bar dosex, to Sorbie er ro, Ship Hnrknawy. Nicholmson, I2 dosefrom Petersburg, VIr ginla, to Brender, AlaMc,, a & Wright. BIemcn bark Sophie, Dowcrs, 42 dayl trol. Bremen, to Muater. Bark lainrca, Meare, 41 days frem Malaga, toJ W Ztcharie Bark Euphratel. Emrrron 56 days from Liverpool. Brig Cau'assian, |Lll tool Y'ore, 1_ days from Thomaston, to Gro Bedford•.carago, t1' r-,ks Ilene, to Martrr. Birig Catharice, Vaeper O(,lays from Thnmaston, to George Bedford..cargo, 1500 1 a-ks Inim, to Masoter. Brig lecla. Whltlm., 41 days from ilhraltnr, in alter., :chr latle, Soil. from A ulallhicola..cargo, 40 hrl. iptell. and 2 crates onios, to erer. S,.hr Globe, Cathell. 3 days from Ga'vvr.on, to Malstter. Berhr Florence, Fnllotb 21 dogs f: l, Nepw Y,,rh, t-Sehr Eliza dAls. Burllhamll at or Juhn, E Florid...enrgo, in bnllasl, to Mlatter. Steam, ship Columbia, eVdc, 47 hours from Galveston, to J Recd k ro...in lladIst, Steanelr Livifllte ll. , l':d -ds, fronl lied River. Steamer Hlaii L'ullnlbn. Miller. from Vicksburg. COMMERCIAL. I.n.alt-, l.Fslsa. Chorl.!r]n.Nov .............. 5I VVi.hlron tolnor ..... 4 N ork, I O . ...... . ...I IIIlllti, ,o ... o ... I Philndolphl a Nov ......... I4 olulO ,lll , do..,.. ..... 5 Blilm i ............... .I.ollio. Nov .......... I Sne llnlo. h. Nov...... .. 5 I.r, rop, ol, rLt ..........3 Illoo oolt t'lroo) (St.... 11 0'll , ..... .. ....... ateoo ., No. .......... .. N I : o,. .... d :o ........ 2 Naah.ldr, Nl .v.......... .2, i. ,......... ... 2 11P2 Iooi 11.0144';. IVERPOOL--Per hLip Oc<,'l., . I2i7 laes -Ilan. HAVR5--Ptr thl Alalis coe..31.1 hl!O,l :lf4 h,.i, coltan, 6('3 0lok. woood, I box 0rlild .ugor. HAVANA--PBr Sp rig E.iu lio.. l.O brle lo.,u. PFN. ACI)JA--I'cr s-oh' t'hnrh :et. .3li p .s I• d P Fria n lhie. keyA .3 hrl o.oIutr,4 1ll 1 l.lln' ,-C . . lll r illci. , o10 Ilsnap. `. 5 ago c ll0lo, I4 hope l, a.olosI ba,,s corn. CHARLESTON' Per Iorit Aral4all ..40 hhll bacon t 1r, hhd, do, I ·l hrl mionle. ,0 I41.xs lo: ferlgar, 35 half tO III Pl In c1,1ri0cd uaar` I1'021POII. GFEENOCK--Pe r Pship o arr..-:lr^o. o s'd mdze, 2oals, 150 1ro 1, i 0o1, .tJ i lotlrl ,inli 1.RM.,Al-Pl r Inrk 0 o; iP..ru, lo, ry oool,, nin., e. BORDI:.AUX--Ier shipT ;1.cr, .i•rurt +.-Ol And . . ..~r de r lip gll,+hal k, r ,+'. w in . b~rood~y, fruits, i~,,Oo, 1. hrrdtie% ,,r,r li 1 is, .li'iou,1r, dI,, 4n, i ii .,, illo, boe , 0-h,.. 4AL1GA A-Pculo.k irlrouua..c l o, On.C.il, ¢lr,tuJW GIBRAL1I'ER--Pr blig II ola..oaroi, wille and fruit, to order. LIVERPOOL--'cr hark Ell0hroto.. rar1o, 50i0 b,,,l..tin 1 pl:la, 51,1 aO railroind iro, iOhii . orn ir., 3(I0l0 nil., kk, 2,,ls. JlioarJra, 0,0 boleu t mdzn.' NEWV YOIRK- er hip Omer.,.ocargoas'd mdize. ---- - Plr sehr Flroi e.. c4roi, i-'d mdzo., to N D (C holllherlhll ¢" co, 1n' opilkin and co, I +dden nsdi eI \od' 1, Ilel I artI c1101 2(nel I'ETERSI Ro, Vl..tP'r hllp IHarkaway..eiariy ,o i1. hbo,. 0 rid iiliiu tl·, ,.r u . t. 1 bll . 8ul. silidry Ino pntlra, oslt ,t stonlt ware, Than oal, i1rril,, 0r.as, i, dIry. Ioiod, s0r.k.l y. ha.rdware, 0l glll0r, Itlronilnr and 11 7 1 la',o.. Corli nla, J a Sslaviesi, tlllll uut ( & J let . 11u, l0vs & F .n.Imch t.tlk i oi,, *1anPfa. nt rn. Ai Graut n eO 4 J 1' Whltlry, Caldwelo, I.eago & Brothers, IRLEEIPTS OP PRBODUCt., Rod Rioer--Per tconlour oil ,its 100...2kl In lr rotiun, Pey'onx, Arcionlt co, fix do 51 At ,-i . & to, t;2 dl I.imarnherb & TIioIoIiiio(I, 3 do oIit,,ill.lid N Il oor, 5 4u 11 1h t Vo.r ho,, iif do Ktlirkma , A.ourlutlly & Iton,, d Jo, A .liool.tl r & Io, 13 B I.auduotiy, 13 do A Leodaoz i eo, 20 do :hcte-i inetl. Tiinity..PIr sloieamer Dian..410 lc. ba0ln0 i and 1,1 olloii rop0 Piereiol hliuill.r Iuito 16 lzs ldz, aid I mi.l i.p.dle Allen, iliehr y to. 1 hx ltdze L B '' Stnl. I aol. on gin and 2 cIae hoots onlld ,doles YIkhlrl. 4oo, 410, h4ead .rile 1Ari Ii: doOelhcickoll. 5 tIt Roth l0n ard, 34 haire1s ,oil Iltn.I ir bcKeulln 1' Wriht, U0 Loiouisvl lil, nd Ai Iernrdiato lundings. i 'oSNIlGNcEe . Doro.u.....Po, lip T.ln......wi,, Fruiti ioo ..i.. M,,. chondizo to J .4 A .trrl,1- S.,, .Le.p.olrr . 11 .iolhlin, IIH F£.d4, Duthi] -q co, Cozoan, IF ur oianuiu.y, FPnnlolho 1, I3I (' 0. S GCl.hort, Iuli." it ,1 O, , ilula iihe. Ohlun, G olelo rt. Burner, Docartieo, A Iraou oli, 11 Lintslie Illiu,.o. Bordeaz..iP.r ship lohuiwk. .P A C'atoooip, 1. L'llop. Ile,0 Tiller & Su00, T.luri ,.0 tlrothor,, ioiP. t 1. ('o, L'oIr0o0ll. Keci0.g- IBeolr., A IliorIen, B o Jurle J C, 11I IJroW I& ,o, IICI (hoEtoI,I A Itonrr OlI..rnoo, St (. rga It Greenook--Per ship alu--Kenndy & I)urrove, Ilotmeo, n, Ilitl, A J Dtnoiono 0u- co. Bremenb . Per balrgqn SophiI.. o Swank & co,S.hmidt & to W erner mnd Ma'or'. A Philadelpilii..Par oluip St Looi,..Aos'd n 11z. toN " Cnn. oely & co B iUllz. J C.l!res ando t. V0 .i ,K.aII, OV A Rrysn, pI Armour t n , \t ler,Li a Wlk, J - Deyn, (llo Ighinm,C Doane, OGotrawObrohoiio,Clpt V1oanN. N lnod J UIoelk and c, Ioti Cl ilod Iartow, Bennetl t Fenliday onlid io, - 1 "5 hlley, IIC in Cammack nld ,uo. tl, lh.,w aolui Rogers, ,cniut vnl , 'erll.er. 1. J Thomppoll, Ri,'halds., NVatermaL and . T, 7h" s C .Me I Goffetn, Meek nd Jmnllir W Alo.,v J ll.tcan, J Veoruoo and to, Javis ind Andar,oo, Yealmon and co, ockhrt, Fenn nd Don.guon. R (iouno0.an d to.aJ luo.0, 0Din a0d m t 1'1u;ord,, Cotl anco, Bein aird Burnside. Kiing ed Aeko,. C Stratbrideo Nllrris alld co, lpel oron a ioo ( a nP^. E (; el Jolhnioto, C Otiol, Iltpon.oIl ,.d Outrol y, V 1M orazer. LI. - bal anod Halt. \\hltin and .lntltk, .ero0ix d tIId inPii, l 01uis AlaslI, J0I. I.a0reneand to. lokt, Watl and I to, sot lla. a VYaters, R S.tiGll, Mloll'l V, hito and co, E Johln. anid Cto Normnlt, teeal ld co, B Cuap}, It lioud.in, ndlll Jt0.'to or Johnltnn and 0o, \ albton ; Id Sou, J 1, Fiud, J G UBla, It C : . Lo.0o, Fors..' tlo.Ed I.. o. opi o No ....I..Ind o, S M on ndoio. io Liverpool..Per Bork Euphratrs..W'i"lam T Prew, A 8. J 'enunitona & so; J II Caldwell, R ¢ J (:uGrerll II V '" An-. doerloWhiting 0lark, S ,lleHll ,co, Kiokman & o, 11 Williu and oldr. New Yurk-Per shlp 00eoua..F I. Foaon, John BellIn, Yeotman & o, Tl"hol larrelt, Armour. .Lake ¢ o, loorn 4 ClarkI, Meke. & Lowis,t C Doann, 1 R I.L& ,u Hn Bonfart h V Atlingop Polloin, Bellocq & Dugolo%, Cu1o.to'1, Ily le 4.0 .o o Brtlh 4T 'Phekr, A Bryon M1ortan o ¢ to, A Morrell, (todfi, o Laurie Small, J P FrP.itiH, simniool Hiart & co, etnj .evy . C WVanes,.jr. John Carnesl, H0rrison, BIowln co, Nuth;ao & Folger. I PJeukills, Ktddler 4 Heol. Arlo.,r, Lake4 . 1 WalkOr. C IW Horner, Robin.on o Goodwin, J IH H1rr, A & ! JDenni0toun,.& co, D 1F0I & co, H loiloo., A Gran . co,. Burke, Wolt t& o. Lawrello e & ll,11 A II WValiao, (lWll. & Il Phillip.. Heil & Cohenl. oInIoth tl'o'hnuloon, Smnilh I Voorho.I, Gloo&r & Blren.ham, Meekr & le is, ilarri, I.yonl.!O & co. A Iufour,, Bood., roul.. 'iin t ci. P G lIorl. i Yot to., Pierce 8hnon o& BIro, Iioolraw .i Rodgr. lieln & Burnside, WV J C.,onlt 0o o. A P Gray " cub . o l.oj Hnou. 14 I B Black. Taylo.r & Sledly, .,ott ¢ Pec. e O. B ullf, o . Peeg h Norlt, Jam.s ,GilPr, ,V E i roPot. tle ,Ii uhrock * eo, Dovir B Woodrft Armt.ad oiprling. Norllln Steel, J tit VW Drke, W At Bea], P4 , J Fergnnn, J |J Field 1 co, Thlo. I Come'y, Major Clarkt . (apt Lyon. J H I.eeriuh & co, WoVl oay & ftoutaoe, tH R Adamo, A Goure, H Strr Oogart, l w- H a thorn, J Kishuw. H J Collit., E.golll & Pipoer. ,nfieol,Iu PiaroA 'oo., tV II.lmBl Ruio.lnA, ti Coio. Ib.e 4o o,. E F oJhkoof, D C olll;.o Jtm Gutiiol, A Croaky, A U Good-t m in . V W t ld re a r c n l ll ll orer. m u i Vikobllrg..Per .teoner oHail Coluolbii..io holes e0.tton 0 i Brrke,. WLtt & o;74 dlo Holson, Guo.l & co. 115 l o N & J Dickk to, 116 du Bulleler, Ftuiton & 00o, 1IHI do Iteynol. id ('I Byre .4 o, 3D do W lh eart. O du Allaiu Asher 4 .o. 25 do " lyon, Hurris . o. BI do5 , t4o n I'lrui atu & co, o 24 do A II il Wallce 4 eo. 18 do C Turlnlr, I bl mlll ¢ V.,nrlh-,, 7 do 'o'I Taylor, (ardor & co, 6bb . IReolatl. ourrlody 1 to, o lo Preuc. U. Jones & co, S I do Merriht, J nUlllr,; a rt, 5 do Dob- w l bio and Brswn,$ do frlnter. .MXKenna Wright, 7 do Nu-o.1 nt Torpin nnod WVatt. I bs boot., Frot & u, I bt mldoe G J iGalway. orU.ksElothilte, ie M.,dden. of Rordelnox..or J lp n Ai:pioAt..Aorhe t to, John uo.;r, JA1 Albert , J & L Ga(ertl +r, Jl l A Merle a to. I Brgou rd +,n. A Solin, Vi-lorD.vid. Roumo.ge,& Lerbrult, B (Adolloo. L.an. fal Vonnwyke & co. ond oBlohr. P.ael.erFs Vo..Pe, lhip Haorkaooy..Bowe & glenhtw, 91 S;oknor. .B.too & co. Martin, Pleanllto & too, A GCrat & c, r Irl.der. McKennau Wright, HBery Parioh. Ilolthelh & Thoolpto, Wintoo *oIliNB, Nu. .l. T Turill t. W , J A Marlo t co, N J Diok a co. Juhb FIu aUllld. ,4M WIu . & o. Lighl Mddou l. lor, A Levy oAd oln, i, ad J Glque.t and o,,nd oder. be PASSENGERS. . Red iner--Per tecamer Livingston..H A Moore, Chacll. Bwtrt. J P PblIilp, Jo- Lee, Ths. (ritres. Jul.. Jro Clark . Mesn, Josepb N Wikliom. J .me Vrrioe', I Hohtltl. ' Ualvess..Pewr'l.rob-Mearc. Tleo, FO.t.l I.Oli B . tow. Bi Bordeas--Pnr ci Snwb.wk..AOstwmt, T B aanmov, Monoreh, and o.e n.erntge. " W , Thomastown-Per brig Catirtine..teaa. Armor, Wiley, and two McWilliom ne., it remen;.I'ar barque n ophna ..Mr Miller, and 118 In th i Ptbilndelpkia..Per t sip St Louii..Kumbthb and i.dy,. 2 .bi'dren and trvalnt, Martin, 3 chiidren, Miis Martin, Mrs h C W Hornnr elild ald aervant, Miln. Ev.alt Miss Galloway. ft Mr Belnlock, Kinton. i.iaverpool..Per bark Eupbraes.iMr liuut and Mir Holland annl 31 staerage. P Ontalv.tn-. r st. a hip Ct.n mbian..Dr Set klrki & lady, Geo Talbert & lady, G V Vernon, D A Given. IH Marnll. J R htiffl, G W Fisher. Dr. J i Heater. L II VIa Cot 90 J Astin, it TldaTI, Col 'ubltinlan R Mil, Ht W11 nanelt, A Ht Akin,. WV Malcolm, Judge Clinn, A Dmarkn , IV Mnc- t Kitaney, nV McKnight,Thos Quinltnd. and g0 on deck. Trnuity. .Par teameal Dina..Cuptain rnbwland, Roers. A a Al.xaander, W Chebhire, J Ahrahab.m, J M Whit, Jnn tlonary, JJ Un D.he Finn and a.t, Fred Mittheall, 1. .lntnn. R Iluun dan. J Deuann, JC CImnbar, GO.ener, I' It n,n, M Rt Chantton. M Tunet, J M.ehel, Walk.r, GH Speo.r, t5 way Eabin pnssg.nenra. anl 15 aterage. T Vickahurl--Per steamer iail Co'umbla..J H Dtgaan. lady, 4 rltlldrn iad avt. Mia. noonds. ,ilent Collie, Brown, Jdlga, P It Freellld. Nland, IV N Scot:, Metnlf, G W Doe. Bnrdeaux ..Petr him Vailtnnt--P Onorbe lady A art, i Partier. tadl& n tichlldrn. Bntd touoet , n cnlildlrn, Mad taSteran nntiltbnnter,. ndl .tartnltnv. Iesanlr p... tn.era. Gorndon. Ln'a. tSnnall.,,. tnvltlers, Buae,n Zalor.n alnd on Bertn trand,nl NI5n the sa'crt:On. Poletanrhurt. YV..Ptr hilp 1na,katsy..Mrt Gatnqnt. Hli1g. Galdwle, Ktlly,3liby, Rtolnand. Cptn Jny, anmoro, AnM tavy,. SIyM Levy,jr. IEtrOP.tAN DA. Nan York, Nov Ita-CI' lll, iOn I ul., .n..ln. for Nh·at Oreans. til, Nov, I', stdie Juhns Jay, tln1,lrt: nd Empo ri te. Plraonl. fon N O, teh. r Celerity, MDeltUotl, dol. t'notn, d Nnla..Arr llip Chnrokea.Lnriog.l hon.. Cl'd Francis Anne, intlle. ti N o. Rath. Mi. .th, Oot..l.tt, I.nnonn, Patton Di .dam. t.ambrt. Qneen Victoria, Thompsoan; and Lngrange, trbanllt, for New Snpoken, Caroline. from Nnnew Orlean to Nw York on the 10th tet, in lIt 34 IN, Ion; 75 50 MARK ET'I'S. MONEY MARKET-CITY NEWS. NeIV YOR., Saturday. Non.t. aI m. Thl trananntions at the btok nxellatnt- do not ntn nllt na. manterial chane front tnase of yestnrdn. 'bthe prerrnt quirtt nefs ofthe market ill doubtless prevail lllnil tile trnlination of tine apprtnnhnling lectionn. . Itakultk ilnnpvt d t I perceut Delaware tnd Hudson Int per rent; Stonington I per cent. COTTON ..The nmarket in'this city remainis very mutih the sameashblfore reponrted. SNles nre very modernlt, butIprncs npptnarud a little more firm to dny, althoughl, without materiel The following ia tne ntt:itl return of the condition of tb Treasury nottaes up to the t inst. November i, 1838. bhe whobe amoannt f Trnturn notnes a ulmr iatd be the ant nof Otoh,,r 12, 137, baa been isaued, viz: b!0,Iltf,QoM0 0o Thorna b her.n rllrrmrl of them abonlt 7,501,400 00 Tile new emuision m,,de it, pilltp of lnfet under the act of nSa I12th, 1 .,hnrr been only 5,70,910 21 Therb have been returned into tho Troaan rty bti.an ast, atn 118,510 00 aThislnaves a balance of tll owatt anting equal to. only 0,009.700 01 iLEVY W'OODBUIRY. Secretanry oftnlh Traaur. SByh this it appenrs that tia ontstanding balance is olt,7I 00t h leru thanon the letof Oetuber. TRUE AMERICAN OFFiCE. lit connection with thit Office in a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE yoR TIIHE pgf.'l'l.VB Or Pamphlets Blank Checks Cataloguaes Bills of Lading Labels, Dray Receipts, Legal Notices, Auction Bills, Bill ormas, Show DillB Steam Boat Bills Circunlars, And every ldewrriptiona oJob Worak - hal nly be rcqllirned. [-ThT proprintor rt eeet niltly cnalln the nttntion of tho palllio to tt n btlnve (nrnl, lnIn.I trtrln them thaa all work intriusted I, hin carm nihll I dioen t thie Short ' rat notice, in a style tunurptaaaed in 1hin oily, and at tine IloeSt rat'.a STilE '.TRUE A EIERIC IN. SElbDrIT E n HY JaOleR oanSflO. FAITHFUL AND BOLD. N_ fW OR LEAN i: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. ISS. lrearrant injured people!! Nearly every atran 4 er we hnve converred with lately has rnltntra' rilt obeerved'"how Itrangely your city andil nt zn. are hlted in the north," anda i is to in -od shber 2 truth, for the formear is by a lanrg mnjori'y I,,. liaved to he a. mre Onldlthn, arlr the Intter Ihnught to rrawl slnot like the imnr,,'s, otnf a -. lild1. lye extract Irom the New Ymk " n." 3 the frollowint rnave rntlenr. "It woutrld seem that the elimate ofn.t'er Or tans is not "nhtray'" fttal to foreiga ers, since err read irn the pa pers qf that city the death of t. Mr. Alexander Milne I aged 99, It awill dnlltrllee srprine sanome f these grave ,larmterts to bher it asaertId that our saae has lnes nliseane than most of rhtos-e At .e nnrth, and or city more hanlrtir in erenral then theiri! Y.' s tran Re rat Ithey tr deem it, is is na, more erran;ge th n lrle. In onr .ite there nr more childrent, in proportihn to the inhlitants, than in ineasa. o nustl.i! in our city therc ar, more 'tan in Phil ndtelplin, or Post, nt! This may I-e droubrted by the sceprienl of the nnrnh, hi w eon neLre hemnl Pr ent culationt are htned ne the lr 'liril cecnae of thr varioe. eKnteo. In New Orlean, there is one "in advanced life" in everty 416, while in Penton the proportion is 3161, in New York 3533. in Philarel. phin 24.17. nod in anltimore 2573. Thisi does not look like a erter deeerce oft nhenIlhin-en exit'. ine herT! The nAnual mortality in New Orleans overanrs in ordinary years 30e0, and nearlyv ne fourth of these die in the charity hospital. Profes mor Barton n nwhose oempetent nr '-ority we i write, etimnate that srcareet one in fifty of there is taken off by pulmnnary cnntrnmpti-on, while in the nortk one in every five or ats dies of this drc;, ease. Pulmonary dlisenac hern is fatal to ahbut one in thirty, while at the north it enarrie off non in four. In the slate of Louisiana one in every 1618 livesovera hundred yearn, while in IMasanehe sett there is aht one in 10 517: in Prenn-vlvnnia 9765;: in North Carolina 208I, and in 1 -uth Car lina 2-141. In the city of Bonton here is rbut one enevive a htndred years inin 6i,.37ii New York 1570: in Philrdr'nhin. 3094: in Baltimore, 1300: in Charles. ton, 2329, while in New Ortienn there is a ceni narian in every 97!1 of the cirizen. Wih our na tive, and ncelimnted population :here is probahly , no portion of our general country where the mear riltty I less, and the calculatinn is that about 500 die annually in passing thrntith the acclimating pre-ecet. VWhen the swamps in the reare of or city are cleared, and they are dtlltl procrrssing in it, New Orleana will be An henithy as Ray SI. Louis, or Penaeenla, so proverhinl for the nhaence of disease. To chlldhood and old people our cli mate is most favorable, and the reason why our annlyais ta ao clear on the.e two points is nha there are f-.w or no emigrants of those a.re. In eane'nsiron we can assure nor enyRathizinig frien d of thb New York "Sua," and all otherr of that "lkb" that the v do an hbut scant jutrice in snfppon. ing that the climtrre of New Orleana is not aban. lutely fatal In at a tranger.. Precept and practice. 'Ithe loco foces every where continually do cry against all hbanks, and bankitee, as the very root and branches of the tree of evrI. But their aets run in a very diff rent d, reetion from their declarations. Rank directors though eontemtptuously styled "rag barons' are anlected by them for memcra rsf c nlnere, and the maker of banks, khowever their dee-is lnmay ha rCevled, are deemed igood faithful stervant nevrtrheleae. No further proof nt this need be required than is set tfrth in the enngreeaional candidaeas put forIh by the party in New York. They have nominated Varian andl ,leKeon forcongree', yet the firt has alwaa hbeen, end stri i, a bank director! and the other participates in the sapls by being notary and alttlrry fr th- me neasters. These loco Ineco have euriun mallns regnardlng maremn and tnum They bsee their doctrine on thee interpretation gr. ing by the ecclesianstic of the difference between oathodoxy and heterodoxy. 'With them, that whieh is anuee flr the gonae, is by no means satce for thoe nander: tie practice, if not the creed, of the loto folo i--'hat which a good for me, is bad tor thee. Thua a whig bank direetor is an in. d fatllus "rag harron,' while a tory director is elt gtblr to crorlnre. (hI! consistency thou art indeed a rare virtue. - A marrited ti ulet i un a bQec have Itandivoread betaueo the lady culd es; ck no french, anti the al gentleman dad no, understand a word of english! iý' We have often heard of neparyation because the b parties "had words g. ther," but this is the first where no iasent had ever been ex; reseed, ti f'arnam.g warter drtkrer. The itol wine Wb' '1w her Michael Kelly, when aeffieted with dropsy said it was d- hard for him to he trout;led with wa- d, otr sIh had never drank a drop of it in hbi life! 5' But neither wine, nor water drinkers, are exempt Is ferm dropsy it seems, for while it attacks Kelly in o the west end of London where the very atmos- at phere is vinous, it does not spare the bipeds who dwell in the "cold water" regions of Vermont, for we learn that a man recently died at Dover, in tl that state, who had been tapped fifty times in the ah,,omen, and more than fifty gallons of water were drawn from him, asaseoertained by aetual f measurement. Now it auch be the effect of teeo talirm a man may as well take his drops while liv. a ing, if he must die of dropsy at last. The lGreat Weetern was seen on the 9th altl. in let. 41. It, long 51 10-an average of 16 knots per hour. So any the slips. Doubtful. As the downeanters say, its itnportsnt, if true! C nimnanre Elliott has presented to the Girard Cnlleer, Philadelphin, an srient romans esrceh. agutt, which lhe learned beas dated in the second century. Cattle. In his lecture at the Ameriean Ineti. tute in Gotham, caneref TaInladge stated that the esttle of Kentucky were at least 100 per cent bet. ter than those of New York, and that Ohio rank. ed next in the superiority of the beasts. Those hyponrites who have most morality on their lips have ever least in their hearts, an ofNNew York--that inenarnate lie--prates more bhout truth, and honesty than Diogenes ever dreamrt tf. Packet Postage. 'l'Tere ia much eonftts' n, and an few e'stake, in the eseountl, now like gnards, Sging the rounds, respecting the prices to be char. ged for posatge by the ernensan packets. The rites adopted hby the etensmer have been erroneously stated as being those adopted by the pecket ships. e The steamers, Great Western and Royal William lehargei5 cents on all single letters, white the packets determine to eanet only twelve and a half! and this only after title sufficient has elapsed to a let the information travel throlngiont ihe country. I If therefore, after this letters he transmitted I throuah the pstl offee they will hrve to go by o transient ships, and not by either steamer or sail. ing packcle. (Going the whole hog-Sonme of the people em ployed in small eastern coesting vessels lying at the foot of Delaney at. in New York, have been going the entire swine in their depredations upon the neighboring nits. A number of porkers, being among tile missing, a watch wan acset which at last diconvered that tile cnasting tars were inl the habit of placing a train of corn from the surroundt ing streets to the wharf, with the top of which their decks were level. The enticing train of urain led from the wharf on to the vessels, and when the sweine reached the hatches they were easily 'dnmped' in the bottom of the hold. This novel mode of laying in a supply of fresh pork estsed the captain of the Elisa Ann, of Machine, several dollarseand considerable trouble in settling with the pi" owners. d Mre. Drake opened the Louisville theatre on the 5th instant. . retal hell. An advertisement in a norlthern papersays-"lthe dev:l may he seen at any tinme in the stable of Saml. Laird." This is the fist time that any regular invitation has been given to visit hie Satanie NA jeoty. The Devil is full. brother to "Posther." Brig retdrrli by slteamer. The strnmerChnrles, Ion, Pennnyer, from Philadelphia to New York on the 3:d Nov. at nigiht oil Blomhnvy flok ran in'o the brig Lncee, K~ruse, from Cherliton, andi sunk her. The esptain and crew eit on board the steamer, and Cno. Pennoyer towed the brig rI up to Newcasle where Ie ran her ashore at high iwaler, where when the tide wont down slip wouli r tony in abnt 4 feet. Iler deck was below the sir fare of the water, and thougih the t en savrd cothing but the clothes they stood in,pC pin Kri se was fortunate enough to preserve his chr' - inmeter, charml , Pe. The accident is supposed :o have arisen from the soeersnnan sad,'.enly putting :he boat's hiimn har.!-!. sst ,rh.ari,. Bri' anti part ecnrnc insireal in P''ilc lelphii, and the rest in Chnrclrinn. Insurance on the brig l$11,0o. r Life anrd l vv.e lost -lThle irh& l Port.mto util, J. Itnrt, ma.ler, was lot on tile ''th Oto. Ortl.r. n Ihe sWi edllcsdni" prior, the e.looner made t lo IsU!nd in 9 rfathoms, then shaped hisi 'nrse for Cape lHnry, when siddenly he ran ngr'et d 'l ilth 15 feret aHter on one t idle. ''apt. Hart had madeo 153 .nenrslfill voyages betweern Nrw Yorek lntd Norfolk, and ht , the crew, and pnasengnrs lost all but what they sitood i. A servant of Mr. Hall, a pavssengcer, peri-hod on tih wreck during the night. The Rirers.--The prospects of a rise are hourly he enming darker. By the last accounts reeieved iarom tihe Ohio, it appears the recent paltry rise has eniislded, and the waters are now lower than before. A fresh arri val f:eom nhovt e nstures tus thelt water at louisville ree nix inehe., and fell a foet. Even in the lfitsissippi the channels are so entirely changed, andy the snagl. become no i.inht, that even in bread day the hoats run inconceivable haznrd=, and after dark .e utterly una hie to mon. The most experienlrtled nflllte boantn and pilots now Hey of he lhin-" lshe will freemze a, she is." I It seems prbabnle that we shall have no important rise I Iintil Febliruary. fh'artoen, RHail Road.-Fourteen thousand lshrc-... $1 400,000--have beso already subscribed for in the Chlrleston and Ciincinnati Rail Road. TIh' tenm packet a Charleston," Captain Penaoyer, left Philadelphia on the 3d instant for New York where she has to indergon snmi repairs. When they are com pleted she is to come to our port, to run in the Texas trade it is euppr.-ld. Rhode Island legislnatre-Mlr. George Curris, whig, was elected speaker of the linusl without opposrition. Georgia Iegislature.-Judge I)ongherty, (whig) has Sbeenchosen president or the Senate, and Mr. Day re elected speaker of the Ilouse. llennett calls Fanny Wright, the he-woman; and Lewis Tappann, the she-man. A great meeting of tile merchants and traders o New York took place in the afternoon f the 2d instant, in or der to make srrangement ashont the coming election, such as closing storel. organizing ansistance to insper. tras, &c. This meelting was most numerous, re.pecta. blhe, and unanimous. Bennett, of ew VYork, thren.aca us with a visit. Hle says ' I an going sollth, towards Texas, to see thie con dition of finance, religion, &c.--tnking a peep also at the prairies and pretty women ? Whllnt efet will that have "'' If ll will content himself with squinting at the Sprairie, and omit his squint at the fairies, the latter will lb, better offR and the firter none Ite worse. ELECTIO)NS The Minstrerl's Retlrs. Th' E.rpres Mail returns from the North, WVith neos that il uoyant, and gay, For it tell. how New York fool. the worth, Ofl th patriot, IIENY CLAY: The noise of its h ttle' hbrean, T'he 'Tlnrls sor trulrglnA. .iwat To me ake M rtin stull le td the +a'ern, but can'vt v ithn tlh wb, are irtn (Clay Ti' time to rmlo's, iy whji hol ! Anl rally rumllntl I.lhertoy' Pol' n WhiJtvot Iac!. vao t iS o hat Ratke ta n ois, nBut for II.NflY CLY4-o itlia whole. Di ide not your forees at II NNi! mireoh tithe hr. r ate i and rank, For Clay, ndl ua eutionil hank Remrmhrr! that "'nioan is strenGth," Nor mind what faise Demceratl iayt Let'. sit for ons lman go out lenth,. Ald hb shall be IIEtt.Y CLAY. Nr'.r hring in the fl.ld any mn NoA Isawteri, or (ientdrayn proo it sray 'T.ulld tiie ocs 'h eastrnti, r,,r, 'o maike one ike our IIENILY CLAY. Then rally! Whis ramlly around! 'The boid ye thant'. wavine to day; The enevyc soon we'll tdomsy Ne'cr with 'eacee ilt oltr cncitrV Io rrtwn'd 'Ttll our Preldcut'l. ItILNKY ClAY. J. n. Tie ..elm riec. Consul at GCreeoek.--At te lime of receiving tle newv ofl tie maltite on hoard the Iuhila delpli'ip Iragarzn, the trveatni t of tile survivors nlo rCayhed (Gienrvek received liom thoe United tates rnnesul ws alluded tn The ,htile particulars utethuvi relatedtl by Mlr. N. D)eihl himself, to the editor (ii the (ia ,t- arriving, Mr. D. Laatenel toi the vice consul, Mr.1 James i ite, iul t tohl hititt thate tin+ut, ier. A. 'flholeu'oln, resided at ilasgiw, but was thenl it uplae | al,'t Ito Itmiles fronm (;reeoick, whi itar Ml. I). rrpi ii ed, aied made known hie aitvuttini. Alr. Thotnp.n in- r throued hillt IIIt t he crutomanry protett col!d be, made belore tie i 'ice onulll ; b cut h i 0 'rt t I ai i, allhvtflit he khe., that Mr. D, atnd the ladees wvervc e.iitute. lie - Di. exbihibitdl is Ivrllc', but douibtcs were vupreu'e"d ofl touirauttien i 'ity. Mcr. D rorused to GcireemII,, ani iams fontal the pOtLta roade olt.by lbr. Jotero Litle, who) aold the long bhat in which Mr. and Mrs. D. and Mrs. 'r'rlev hal arrived, for fire potend. Itr,. Little demnnded i 518 8d as his fee fai thr papers; he had the - fivre porrdos fr which thebrnt rold. Alr. D. went to Captain Fowlerir. i who vessel the ladies had hern comperlled to abide, oa they had tno means to go to a boarding honuse--he borrowed of the 1 Englih ca ptain wenty pnnandn wet to the vlce ron- C susa, pal ur tA e ipe " thle anking out of which nhad been protrncted cor reretl dan and then with his lady and ira. T. haIteaeld Ito liverlnol, we hae olrbtined 0 ilnds at once to repav anl*. Fewler, who deserves the thanks of evn ry Armei.tan, for hid h nspittdity to Ameri cant in diltrneas. Good Aets.--The ahip Cnharlottr, G(ore, of Bniton, from Canton, with a cargo of Iten, silks. &o. to Good hue & co. wae nnnounced by telegraph an belTo New Yorkhon Tlradiny. The arrnla of thri vessel h been anxionsl lonhked for, ite haing been out upwardl of one hundred aondl elighty days. LTF'rEI' FROM " 'IItE PACIFIC. Capte c of Limn by the Chilion Arery.--A slip from the otliec ol the Bru n-tiok ((ien.) Adloeota aveltins the nrriv tl tll're, in disrerss of the schooner Olire, i ll 1 dayv fhrom Chnkros, bhound fir Nt'iw Ynrk. aMr. I'. :. Rlhosler, Ain,,rieai n on'ilr at Ptau erna, wnet a iaenter ill the )live, nd comlnurreLn terthe follwing ihtePresilg iuteltligence : PAee r.t 15:11 Sept. 18.38. ni a r arrival fhnt Cionromeil. wr have rleire rl tile fnl;neing inlelligncer, wllicl wre extract fre letters of auoltlelieitv fenom thate Itnce erdr Pairtn.

On tIe Iiglt eof the 27th Julr, the Pelivian tronps, togtether wit twot hrttnlierr of Peruvanosr, undelr Gnetral Moranl, efi Iim, annd ell the fril owno tonraion, Nieto a entered th citr, aeocomronied rby lbregoen and lnout 2000 elrn, and declared the Conslitutrion of 1835, thre re.Z beig olnnrtrd P'rovisionnl Director. On the 7111th AngUSt,mrh Chilian -qdnadron arrived ani Callaor. rCn Tilting of 3 vesroel, tel uclig transports, anid tea tnet of war; and on tht B lt Ineded at Aueon fite utllhra ld 'rite Chilins delrmnded twrenty teilile e r def! ore, Ard possessio t lt tf Cal, nt e rrngen. rtli should tbe penenudrt t l e f t l al wre con-incred ht td misnilblre. l'ev tlmet ldvarcei and tk (tnlln ve, and .i rmn, aftrer on ciin, a ir whih it is aid n ( 00( rareI were killed. (,neorel (nlaorra has beern proclaiied Prsi dear. 'te'le T e iothtiil S rel .ree to the ente of onntsa Crlt, witr, it is sedl, was witllll tihree days of limn, a, rt in alntr of8'li11( men. 'lTe dltes frronc ('allon cre up to the 2_"l Aegust, and fron Guanrnquil o the 1st f of..reneme (eer Orrro, o hd fled Iolthe lnoueltaini. bfi rrr. lenjanmin C;itlher, Cnnnvor, for N. Y. saoiled in In coern.lay waith tie Olive. rTvplphr, F vet" rage" in Poril:od,nn:l prevailn in eer lerol townr i' Mlnine. r Greet I iehll.--, farmer dewn eatt raited FOaU0 boun t; dred buslels orfl'po r'noe n one acre of land. to i1 iA f'llow onamerl Plearsnt It ltv, a T'or candli dlate for Cnnere ih itAn. madn Ilo firstn' o et,reh t a tats publlic linne in ,tmprter. lie comrmencedrl it bIv j d ping upont trertclei,throrwie'goff hiiscort,rotllinorjl)hi o:lenoves, fla rciic his ellbowrrs, crnowiog like a hnbalttlr rock, whinnvoig Ike n Ihorre, lndl tlh exelaimngl- "' tho Wllhiga aore all et of dnomed tenondrln.' If sleelct, he will he a vlrnol e nrecceseion c the Tlory oca nagerie at Washingtrorn-Prentice. NeW THrae'roS to NIn' wYoRK.--lthe saner-s of at Wallack, t thle Notieno!, this rneento,rr. em o have ret Irte ic pbli ' t'l'he t. cmilrlic-ntroad! Phil Flmoe'' housre, fe ihe ftlae huildlinre Irtwreerr it tl Park 'hieerr aore tribe rulled do,wn, anod ,t it w tll.atre, to bre called tlhe tg '"Artoe T'h,"nre."' ieo.I ct ore. d th tre.. Ir. Il. ramblin at is alro nlbut rt build it very eplcndid lltlatre in troold. waet. 'eallnek is also r going to build a Ithertre in Broad. Cwajy.-Ilerald. (t 7rhe Burgomnsler's Dotrghler made a de i ded hit last nioht: the rtheantre wanl welrll iled, and of the nudionce delighIed. The drama pulssea a t large share of inlerest, the incidentsrr, though de e prndent on ronl;rnrllic fernc, are otreongly wrought, a and the e;etaiiona combine all the elements of ef fk eet. The ehroaete rs wero exrremely wall eaus taincd. AIr. and Mlrs. Farren and Pearron, gave P full importenet to the serinus action of the 'ratn, wit le the rnlor cnite portions of the piece were in ndmirnhly nocted hy lirsc. lierrien and lMr. Cowell. The effect produced hy thle bhridal eerreonies, and thei funeral boeequie- were never perlhaps suroinr. Sed, an I the whole musical force of the eshablisl'. toa tt wes enistred to tive effect to tile Dirge, and the elet. It is tor lace to enter into parierulnra 0t present, icut we cannot bht feel convinced tlhat thle piece hias made a hih, and must prove antrae. Live. n FOR NIW 'YORK Park"t of the 7I1th or mbel'r. vLOUISINA AND I .\Y 1' 1 t1N & A I;.FN, 1 r The very lost ti I n ilini regular In: k Ir t -hil )l l \, I'S VII.I.r , I.ldri e, master, h n ,t vin th w rn l l oart f her atnre all , Swill tEi ; s hovib e; fr thie ee yl i1 ) fred nt,'lr It!. sage101), tl;l is. rl elPn-;lt 0'l'o'llm lll oli il 0 ,, np1,l) Ioa boardl , oppt o nite i e uner the V 1 hl 1 .1; H,, l 11t. hJ If 111,N & A ('0ill ;N, ir- nlov. 1', Col,:n lnll st 10 very low e I w, an I w I t I he s l at a harqo n. For fll-r artNew 1 ek Sttonr' 1III, - od tiGratiertt ohe TAVANA S liGAt r-3 in thti inrtr l AD HI INI IIA lli I I!N S ai r to 4n,81n havel rat l tb, m erh, c 1t tlte cotr r oI e t l t R IV PII· ITCll \P.11), le - le re2 2. I', rravier st .)d `1 y ABRllil IAM Tll ER, iclAII boxes in stole, and :riy re IIOL ES11I . A J T RI E R, . 1 t iIEW Ni Ttt.y..lCO-2)t box" in stoar ant an sfor hei,,bv Ai3n AIIAn 1 TRIx r It, - notvl2 4 Pot hrlo' at l ilstor (e l tier byAl n v5 67 a111ne gt a 4jtannv0 Feitit It r* Noc. hitt17 4, 7 Tl ae o lltl a l-,00 r ný 1111: st he anagher's ofier for ce th kerpo oft the 1. shi pl Mars, frm(rer·cin tr n k, +ln isting of [ 9* ton, bet Splint Coi o; t 1 ask LL Se 'h Atlet, , r 50 i holerit a q u ' erler tittlesa i n ee i 43 jars P Ca d ll Prie , 2 cases Tney e eh' l G A do Linen Drills.O p trd t le e ib t t'tr f ll fs io t' i :i byh nW l. 'I'SII F. & CO, 73an bihero d, fA o lsDr ib r $0 Coa P ie.r. 0,0r 0 32 b so hOown 1o, o.0leh WIIt'I'tI tC.tF, & CO, ,9 -l. 7107 1, 70. . 515 .S,79fl, 49, of $,0.1- v-, t sold I th i. 7l .ager' t ttittt, ie 1."' ,'ie te"ket, ttt ,d th frt,0,ate holder is rque Lted 1 tcall a eettc i'e his. T t e e la Tickela onlry $t . 4 . 70, 17, 'U1, 1,2 , 34,72, 42, 1t, 5t,1. Ic C LASS No.i51. Aur *liried ry t0 e i( l rature 0of thek C IA l alfe. To eh drawn Tdll'i/ . Nov. r 13th, lea t, at 5P'cloek, P. M1. at thr MI erc a ' E101 - r do 02 0o0 "2 Oa n i 8 nov6 1i l I .0 lit do 500 I ne 01 4 do 300 1200 80 do I10 1 1':1 182 JIo 71 1:2 741t 13 do In Will0 1.1 t do 9 100Ol9 3, it1o do 4 15 1121 73,136 do 2 411 9i72 27,914 Prit es, at llotntinl to $t i1 5.9 Tickets $2 00- Ilolvre 51 i0--t ortirs 5tl. Pitekages of 25 Tickets for $511, warlntted to draw at I'st 'k ageo af25 htil"t7 it', $2 5, ,iirrinte I It r lrw at leaot $1'. i'ackiiee ]5 j O.ar)t'eti "tihets $12 ttaanr-e ranted o Arit ,ta tetti $6 00. For I et kagae or o inglo .lickets, apply at the 5ANAGiERS' OFFICE, 01i I 1 0 Chartres i' I and 1tili gros t pottle holeis, ltir sil ' by It lL etE & 1li.1,. an.7 Book Alley. ( O! It 1 'I1i t.;o ht Jlov CLitee, now bonding I II IDEt & 8 1110i nov7 ear Common & 1,%hgazilm' St // ( .\L'L ' tliT e e eynlfor i .ale b t e it .I 'T i It iIYt E t . 11 O, tiy7 cllllArAC oo I &Iltllt Ma.zne ____"_lO llN(,--31) cps a, ,n- lld (1'lini l 11)i ISAAC illtitl .. ;('i), ovti o 41 Nw 'ia vro Camp St. Theatre. This Erening, November II, Will be performed the admired Comedy of LAS ,BARRACK ROOM. Cao Malrqtl. dr Crusae, Mr. Johnson Oct (Col. Faltier, Bartlett ac Clarisei de Cruzae, Mrs,. .II arrt tt O erture,by the Orchestra. After whic the new Vaudeville of the I)i LADDER OF LOVE. Chevalier, Mr O. Barrett. I To conclude with tlte Langhable Farce of tlt THE REVIEW. sa WANI TD St Opurchnse a eood Coanak ad Wa=terwmon. oA l.t ply at the cosner off.ilntp and tillicert. streets. E oval0--1tf Ji OSIEN BU1' Ei-4l kehgs eite. r(ionee ltutter th iautding fronm ship I,oi i, ani d fa r f ale hy LA\ .RENCE & IEl.ENI){E,f nnvln 2.1 F New I.evee t, - t -ir,)W..iN'TONIC .IX''UIteE, Fe treatmnent and cure of the FeIer a nd Aque,. t Twill lie rendily dialavered It .itena the T'oit Mix- it Sture in Rtllut'rier to the ortineary mcde of tretting a theic Fever and Aeo'. In tile fist pillt.., btltg a Vee- s' inIle xtrancts and ftce from any deleterious and poison tus ingredients, it may ie taken with t.e utmost safe- it tv even by the tender 'ltfnt, or aged invalid. it pro- to tnets relapseof the diisease,conseqmently tilhe constitu- di tion soen reganie its wanted tene and activity. It estab- ci lishes a sonn.t and permanent appetite, by invigorating w Iha stmtnach,and gives a relish o thelenjnomcnts of taste. a eins peeuliar in Rovine a purgntive qunlity, it remaina d not ii tle bowrels tu int:rnse this disorder, or to crate ot!her di.ese.e, but tllhorOllghlv lr lnes thile several or tga ns of digcstionl, and thlls henritta the system wilth hatever nItt1 alfiletliOst it anltty ie c preseard. I.ndividnl, afCrr tile Iue I tI Te'leh Toiti Mlxtur, have heern expnoed to all the t ustl calues of tile disease, and have escaped any saptlltmas of retlturn wheren by li tihe luse ftie cI mtOnt r1 emedi, shore is always cren a ted n increased liability to reeurrence. The" danger } SofresPtent relapses nfithe Agtro, is very evidnt, for ti,' sstetn will la hicote too mtlchi roptante to a ibe a;le to trect with medirine, and stpeedil thll a vic-t timn to llb incessant violence The 'lTonli Mlixttre is inof retd att sch a rearsoable price, as to piete it w ithin the reach of everv one!--so that the prior and thtitutc nerte/sitvfltr.iihedt wcitlhasisttllte, withoitlt toliirtlg the aid aInd attendance wlich is frequeurtiy dctniCd toI heen or else very reluctantly bestowed. The p blicte a rerC.-pI yIv t(.,l rl; nled 11an[tttstth slalw r' eit imitationt ofaiti t letdiiille, Itlat are daily oitenttll fer .cle. It i prepaled only iy Dr. John R. Rowand, at his llnorailtnory. Markeltattet, Il iladeltphia. L he si erhLra te tile iwholeale ants for the Soth Western stntea, nd will ell hv teile crne, at the Philadelphia prices. 'ITo be lhad at retail als.,at Smeatin ofthe Apothecaries it s thl, rite . IfJARVIS t& A'DREWS, \Vltole'i nle I)lruguietI tnvacl o ron' Ctatn & 'rehapitettnas st )AIat'N".-Ctt bio.nrs 3t it raisiPst f175 haf io e a: i itinmore for sale t by LAURENCE & LIGENI)IE, e, nnv s 20 nt,] 4 Nw Levere e IRASS FIRIEE STFTS. 1 P00 PIR ne pat.tearn brasn andironn and fire tolls; for sal"e by S IOCKt & Co, it' nnv No n, Frlot Ievee lAPi' Ri INK, - .-The setl.tsitere, are now re i riing a full su aply of all tt varits qualnities tiof'ptper, itk. qtlllts. steel pens wafers, sealine wax, pl:tyilna antd Ilanck castbleII tk Itsnk of everty site and a stvlntlenl hnolt hooks, writing parchmenll a,br: ze in.standts, and hboxes, red t ipe, wile files, tend weihtts, India rubber, pounce, &c. e. For sale by IAVI) FEIL CO, New York Stationers II 1I, nnv7 OS CIhrtre P st I )A -.Ior 0 ramn n Sheatlhln I'Nlw lP r in ltort, and Ir7 t'y S & 3 OJ I' Wtlll'.iI'E, , tt3v7 r Co ti att . . ..l . . ..lt. ti ei d h lh-e n On il in stere, fir sste O I-v S . . J ca? V tIlT.\E', is Ilo v8 (lllti Pt t 311011 ir Inn I('lffo , 1}50 boxes. w" !ire Iharunn l,- Suf:t r, ;if)() bau alunn I'enThtf llt, (6il1 pieces Kentucky Baggi g nnd 14111i coils Riope, for sale by s ` now Inlling from Notv tcrk, in sore, nad tfor sale hy 'T R ItVit:E & 'irO.. nrt.3 ear ('OlttIInt t . t \lalnZ ine streer , NUR"(: W:\"VAN'I,: -:1 miiddle aned woman, t nnldt hr prifelr,lIt niI one ~'ho eis t n ohjer tion totravel by sean. Noe nlied apply withotn tood rrlference. Ap.ir at Mhr' IInwkvy's prvilvt boarding k- lls, cornr i f lMagallzine and CollatI)on streamt. tai 'nov' 0 1031[1E bERVANT 'ANTIt:1). r. i, L W..1)\lN, nrq milnlntr with ('oohlin, WnrVashin a'ltd I,,,lln ,l atti lot ,e \ih rk t t nt,,ll , ran hAve llnnldinle emlohv eat ill a small nicna. l'nllilV h I by ('v ot t, ', I '. J. I('KI.:INll, off.e of thi TRU1E 0 11I FIANA eora· ST') lt r 'I... I(7RW ITR&N ,C IIra.e ,of1'"lyn' hand mint I I 1 1 i hir iv oin .llilhn.otl, ,o. "17, tamp .it bo-lr /A·ninc nrj Ilirlr, rn0 llitill o I.Il2Nrhrll rer, :l 1lrr; Iilrh(0, -,.i. l oI: Irone, in. I'ttrn,l hrrtt tli ht Mrskhr/; sler plated, hrtti.nntia aml japanned voodls; lmps and rha nhlier.s: krnilsl rrnl, ir/.s, m dl hnoise tI -ItI .I" Int i er oor,! II."o tt p-ivC . ,I wllingIC i 1.1- r-h.1 s, ihnels, 'ship, P len bou s, L v. I ITV ANIi IN III1 t I\'o\T novel, edid bytt sir ,11i, I, od tl, autlh ir o " 1 he im provl isatric, "':hEff l ('hb rclill," .4.e, in : Iv lIs SOMIPSON'S ,LI"E OF" IGANNAII MOORE, IAr RRY A1;U STIN; or, ,\dventurrs in the Blitish SPARK'S IliBRARY OF AMEItCAN BIOGRA P Yt 1'1 , vois.; 7,8 and n9. 1'T IEt YOUlN HOUS1 E KIEPER and Thoughts The1 if;and Adventurces o NICIIOLA.S NICKI.LE ^t I"Y, No. 6. 1 KEl'TC1llS' BY 'BOZ, No. . 1 & 5. TOlIVR tW T'; lo, fttI Parish lint's Progresy part2?. No3. Juslat receivedlulll lin)r df lly l1 e i ,'1 1 11 KE n IN, e 1oy % ear RanIt and ('ott h tlnon sI i (. NLINE l NENS I'(oLl:.. SPeaR'S patnt ror stves of all .to's, ore f I )._ which nire soitale fnAr ch ttI,'. Also, Sioors, I lain coal lt ves; tfilry wood stolre, fl r parlon 's rt oni cal cooking moves; Philadelh t ia steam kitchens, ail !l0lared to rnok for In) person.s; six nod ote plate wood stave, price six dollars, iust received ii , tore, and for ale hv S LOCKE & o lnov 8 I Front LeCve " OFFIEE-50 bags Ohld Java (fonte, Sot8 du Ritoo ldo :hI(li do St. Do:mingo do., landing per shtil toaat i'lkt, forisale. by IA\WRVNCE & l IrIr.LI:NRIIE, I1ov7 21t'. 29 New lerver I-'PI'I'I':I Lt. I.AIDLA\V has rott i lol to N -. (h - oallp street. nov7, 1 IME-1500 barrels Lirme fo sale by SPETER ,.lIDI.AW, lý 700 coils re""e, for sale by SLAWRENCE . LEENDiRE, nov6 8 3or 29 New Levee A ACKEKIRHl, ius whole and half barrels, Nos. I a2. l/AWRENCE & IEGENDRE, S1ENUI1NE l,1,.EN 9'1'I11., 12.! Royal Street. JOHIN II. MARTFNSTEIN has for sale, d'rect from the innlllacluies in Silesia, ('ros-in,) a large rasort llle ofla a l allDiaper iab I.ltrons 'i'owelo, Nakins, c. A , heig, Shirinf, Iltaudkrehi,.fi h reas, t retigtit s, Eso.pilla, . Plaltl las, Musquito na ling, Ac, wl irh are wanllnted Ito he l plre linen. Als, anl auortlllnet of Stockings it , tI t A convenlient Itwo story dwellin Ilolse, parcrner of St. John and P'erdido streets. For l particulars apply on the premises. OI:FICE N. ORI.EANS & NASHIVILLE R. RI Co: SPChange of hours ofSa/nrting"., 6'i.VERY DAY, Igundnvs excepted) ICt In of Pa if Canal tt sret, lr Bath and the t;ntlat O riN. , S Iepllirtllle. RIletuI . ro f' otr 4r 1' o i StUNDAIYS. I)pnrrtore. Return. 10 " 12 1/ I 1 t t 4 tP JAR1ISH:3 11 ".D I II.I.l, Prrt fr.,o' th, ... R.... . . , lo .. --ir 1.7 George Rb.bhins landling i ru s1ip Charles tol. r for sale by IS'AC BRIDGIE & CO. notv5 1I3 lngazin6 it ('aldlrts Jaakson't brand nlow landing froln JOlI:PHl COCK\YNE, nlov5 41 New Leve i SL rev sdesri iman, fill" Somlle p ninting; ()il and \\a •rr rolnr.. Ilrushea anlld alli0t1 tools an ll nn extellsive stuck oIf upeflllr VA\RNISIIES, amin tif manilutfatory of ' B Sail It (&V ,ereprising in Nos. I & 2 turuitr,- Nor, - L . voneh Varnisli, end I & e ordinalry domestl, Biack Jaaln, and Ilirown do. Alsom, 210kegx Cr,,role Cn, grn, in 25Ih. ear h, groutd in ,r m , in store ,1o|ld fur sa bit not2 76 9 h, z'l TO MERCHANTS. [ aFM ERCIIANTS can have a BEATtIFUL CIRCU- - LAR Itruck ofal furur rs NOTICE, by allng at the Compting Raoom of ''TRUE AMERICAN I'Pa.Trio OFFICE, St. Charles Exchange, adjoining the READ- Th INn RooM at Corner of Gravier street. Ep 'oh CURE NO I'AY. en D R.JOTINSON,Office 110 Ilieuvicle street, con fines hla practice to the treatment of Venereal I)isease, n all its dlf'erent foirm s. Dr. Johnson, from a residence of manvy yearsin Hos pinls in Europe, devoted to th ttrentino.t of Venereal - tli.eases, ind fiom his presetnti extsive practice in thal particular urlllch of the profession, giuarantees a Infe, oieedy and ellectunl cure iti euch persons an are tlooblcd with avy of the fillonwing diseases, ix:-- J. (ionorrhellln Gileets, Stricatuesi, Cli ncres, Ibosu, Seinal \Veaknesc, AltLtiali ofthIe Itltdder, Kidlleys, F Lains, Urelhra proslrile Gland, Swelled 'I oticles, Enrulptions iI the Skinl, Sore 'l'hront, 'Pins in the Jlints; And the llnlllerouosymploms which generally follow this Bi.sen-e. ilieent cases erled ill two or tille dai)'V wihhillt the r use ofh'ereur, initerrl tioun ifromI luliiiess, or altern- . ion n v te imode oflio tlg. le A medicine tol preent Venereal t i.ionse can be oil- rc tanled M f Ilr.Johnsonl. It is li'm toe recipe of ithe larmll.n rry, a celbchrted Frenrch Surgeon,land was i ueild lliitilii diuring thesrevieril ciipii.i illon. hihi h svrvedrve( ullrivgeoll vll enll il the IrenchII Army. k Ioold iy 1)tr. Jtohinon, at his ollice. 'lone persons 'I havting tny lffev .tion of Venereal li seare, nalld boot tnking sea voyage', or removingl to tlhe country, wonid do well by giving Ir. Johnson a cail, ls proper nedi- a Stines fo(r their cire in the sIrtest tittle call be put up d g with wriittu directions f.i their tle. I Office open from 7 in the morning until 10 o'clock at inight. ABERNf'TlIY'S I)YS'PIPfI'lC ELIXIIR. Dr. Aberni lthv, the greatest of Elg.liih sureteos wna onl opinion i[llt Ilille-tellthat of the isIeaselii th aflict emankind origmate in the stomich. 'hia l.lxir was IIusedi lie hioll witl tle minat lunplrecI ted sctw;es i ll his privrt. and public practice far IpwIrds of furyI yearsi, for the remloval of he falowing: liseases: r Los nflppetite, FlIntlency, IietcCnliiio of thle :toml cnii t'ain in fili side, lleovinshaof he lhemd incli nalo ti slee l i, lirrcgllalritv ot tlhe Ilow,.l, ad ill all i' oseos v' re linigestiul or a tostive habit is flund to t This mned cine nmt lnot be lnumbred amonen the host g oftiick IllotlrUlll now blltlbre tvi llliico, a i ii the to soile inventionl of ill alleot and mh t stintific surgeon I n r l lie ev itr plr oc iir i the sel'r. Iflr i alilp e it h ngreeloe ianii l pill ul lt to till Ill-tei nit', ts ui i a Ilild afer iont.olhwnya kerbis the bo,wels fr',,, iltmrls vigor and t li oo'ong ca the ll e svlell 1 t'hetlorlii'lll, s I ll th Inlet ini a few hot'les le ireiiiii' tIl' t ," oprled eaa~e o" )a Iyspepini or Indigestion, anld prevint.i return at fifiy at iltre period S New Y'o.no,tl71h Aligiut, l1111. S em:-in con'a'qi eieof eadli.c l a ln ,, I lhave eo n troull ed , mllre r le' , witi Ih llcedl.i ,l fl. t tan 00)r0; tar the fist there Toia 1s 1\ sn))ilone hInv,' helivinsu pportiable. I hiave trieid aiv) rl phi ici0 , I nd a nldmhberof quef k nedicines, wlith ,ft ihriving atny rclt o f, .a , rsiglec d myq . to n e.leoit hope oess despnir . I wa persnaldle by mIny fri'ens ot try Aberelth\i's r Dyspepric Elixir. " I have now finished Ihl fonuth hbt ti,'. und know Inot Iow iW express I'P II admiration of its woIndodie virtuel and the.mircle it h.is erfoainiid in restoling um+ to that leall h which l thoegIh( In-t thr e iver. end ml e half a dozeMn hotllhi moee, 0d 1 xclp,,t cmy thanki for mle blessinel o v hnave conflllirred by re storing mn to perfect healtlh. 1 remlnin on)lr, E. iul J \(1l OOnROE. [ r The agenet il i hini povlssesio n siveral hllnTld ts 1 i, mimmoiilli I irnilnr to thi abllove, of the extlnirdini'y vir-' t sc o hi.limo ,iicit ille. S itd hy alppointl ient, it Il lt JoIsiiOili.i, 1411 Ilnvillc en, oe lor. 5t-tf oiit PIVW IiiOK'iS.--osntil of 'oliiilial tiIlhi, d at I.nw ; P.rt firs, contalinin) Book I. Elhic, , lloner:ll lt nd Poliliol )iook I. The Staie. By Frnce,'s I. eli'efr. Ir ecords ,f'rrvcls, in one voltmne. A Trip ti tl.tin, in iit S rigoc of letters, to the Edi 0 or of the Uniled Stiles (;z'et,. a oian aa shlic )-hoilt Fe, ald I), inin in ttir 'Soial ins tl tIioneti. (II h a tier, i 1 vol. Juotl crc,'ivi'i l nlai by fior ynle by ' .I. cI .: \IN, (Ot 3 Corner otf Carm)' anl ('nvo i mon str.t.. 1 UNN Y II1 -1 Il,ocl'es 2, 3 " 4 bsIhels, in I rell rT II 111'l)l: . 1. 1 )., ot'el err C(nunoll &" 31 nzline sreet' vet S fillt A is 11-I' he l mlk of !,111.(11, rl: 1) rail et llbet i nn i rre: pros arhol o 2lllhoo' m oro Dani lloo neanr New I.e·vl··. shpt, m no ~'I' It 111'1l1 & lilto), 1ills, Ifs phlliclo, Shony bills, ('at., lop..", &.'·. Al.. op ((t7'l))Il2: Co 0,'r t -h 0,'', ,,, ryl ' lhrr dfh,, /!o rril,li 44af " I;'',1 l',,o;oh ,'o fk ,'rir'ol at.',o'.'jin o./: It e,,,, of` '1'13 I'1. .1 ~\1111:,1 1' 1N,"1 in Sr. ('11 Ex-:F :~: in, Cr[,.N":r, r:rSd :ln~ l~r r rn 111 1lii ·11* sheer.r 4,', .0 hIh 4 rl n , rl(, ,rl 11· ( ,, ant ,' l, Ii'orr, i b een all le In l4, il rr~ti reel -.c!" I l I:xf rlic it n 1 n I ! II'I,' (',I,. ,co Nt,!, II ,"d I ' ý ', ;;;1 ' , r , · I R C( t n " .h it ,, . . C O r 111( J r,. n , N , ' n · by do ;.rl Il Il ý I Jlhll C'll lllr .:/il B P)I Irv II~L 0,,!,,_~ I>,- p It I)!VI11 I' tIlt & I'll., ' nrtl^ N (' Cc., l ee' Ilnll, ('hn r. Chnr o c ""s NI"II(I" ) I to 'orril ,, l lllle b ,-o r i at ,, 1 . e hrlb i b - A. "i~xc ed Ili, (b dore Joh C'I,, (; , whle maness husin, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ V Itnhsow at, n\ oleotle (:rover tol Vt( oo Oltoloot CARlD S fIV PRINTE'D) a16t' hor'ol Nblh', ilo'obmOI Pier rrr /e ~o./b.'b aI '!'&'E A l1ItItC.(N OF. .f FICEI, co er-t of I',vd nl es St. '4. C Itnole,' ct,. S,-.Booal NS ' aodum ite'oiOll I'n!s of ''Yee hoote ii- jouot booen add, to te Estloli.,lbon't. t)oa'b. Oresoerrfa Cbobloioo Itboom, St. Charlesh Lorhooe', 3rdtdoorl fnat (;toll ac At. noel-If Mondedui & Reynolds, r AitCiII' I'LC 'I'S NDIlE IIL·E lOo, r I AVEr coo,' tlbtib offic tol,, NIe. 1Iooto'11 t I hbI b Iba t,', t e, end Storehb No. 'bt . tIlrh b. ( t Exchanlllr ,Toter, neaI~v~r the Po-t Vlore. be lloe a ACARL. CIRIIISTIE & .SNlVO'r'U, !holesale Grower's and C onooooooslnl .Veer(,o i,,, y No. 27 ('.oooon Street, N'. ()tIen fI1J'Po.'ti'Or , tonti, n paid to tot g le lms/ oilb Si Inz bot ntd Solp stores. t'E, t iRlItLA lt', 131":1\ n R7 UN atoty tlo.n theaorting nflht. 311 Oh tbeh lL ttoo eCATI IA'll lNt!, poi l!, ,,p., sltootl thly years; spec ktl, French aid Englih; is ll h Ttwn, And Il wI ll trv to 1 o Itr 1velf n free , 111II R a o v e re o r w l beb an or herd -t er) o t e sn srri er, runCo; ,tin.l I.'. it-k,, tt,, oot Ibtttrilgl The b t 'eio ,IoI'!)I,,,,lcVt,t,i~,,tlit'tlo Id S Ioe, tr, e p t coot e meat of )tell,', % Flnot, and Printed Cicero, whine V IR CA I NEd, jy 7 5I Bionoollrtrelt t .t BRIOi lM'rNE-.'6,.asks ad 26 bonco BIIrimt ton. l L' lioln soreand fohe, by i! CA)N NON, oct'11 11'!T-htlpitottioot.-srel lnld m I ut, tpposite It,' (hot,f sa'l., by CIIAlt LIN & Ct))!i-'It no 40uat 29..,orloanI Pol,,,o,,,ll, Ao E PEROI C )lbore -t blen No,. I'nd ('o. N el dim , I totti. NoCotoo to s nal ho STESON tillVlI & Ct _____ i1' ll ii A Itibpe,, aloli'.b-ll Lbp~oIwel olt-p-olilto~,lading fro 0i oolmopn, farule by t ISAACi0RICI'Cl lt), no.0v9 131 ,.lloio o, " PERM 'itJNDLES'10lllt ooo-s Now tei ISAA LRID'n & CI) Otl, no.0-'1 11)rnie iISAC BRIDG & tt), 1) 11(11 1'UN ,01 tiltrn leer 1 I1 1,. I' loehodt [ ttnol)-3tyh C1I1 00.111, No d & (11 I o A.1loO C.otop;,o 0 nnv9A not it l I'lin I~ll' BREAD n Lbl, Pi0 Itt(Indi fte n St. Charles Thseatre. THIS EVENING, NOV. 11, Will be porfrhrmed the Droman of the IIIU(IOI AS I'FER'S DA UGTIT'l1R. Thie lurgoomaster of Cologne tlr. Faret I-phdroiiu, 1' arren I.tllllll I'Penraeon lan, Boltl, Conell Adelaide, Mrs. FPrrto Maid, _IIlrrison An Overture by Orchestra, P Ioiotu to the Ilurgoinaster's Dounlhtor, THE WIDOW'S VICTIM. Jerroemil Clip, Mr. Harrison, Mrs. Rattleton, Mrs. Fooren, -- ..... Dress & Masquerade Ball, WASHINGTON BALL ROOMI St. Phililp treet, between Royal & HIorblon. Sill t iE nnger of hlle abhloe Iloallt d lota I (ont,grntte l fill tO hi liioenls and the l blle it tlo tlnparatl llelle lltollrotlge bstoo ed oa h o several o''loett respectfully jotforms theml thnt tIhe rottalishtlleo t han ll e llllge. for tile amusemlllent of visitors, and n leroiglt itnlleate repoirs. IThe liar will Ie arllpot teld by nitli ti qtnulity el liq toro ndl t l l testnurat ill lo ketIpt by Ite alest Ilentotlrot ttre ill Ihe Iluite'l Statel . T'l roolllwill re-open on Saturdal y ovenll:g, 3rd of Noveotber nexto. hV u (ilt\NI) DRESS & MASQUERADIE 1111.1., ond will take place an usunl every Molloday, IVedlln dnv alld Snaturdt v ovto llhl, dllalng tie seasonl, which will nld on the roet of lany, 183J. N t. TI. 'T e oreo teot ttllltilton will lbe paid to keep in t olrot o-lrder tbhroughlo. t Ithe eso.bliilto...,t. en wton o EX, l ANst ru t ING ite )M. ! Ill' t toprictor hato re-fitted his Ilo ng Ro om,in tho St. Chtrlet s Exhlt noo Corlloor ,t (r ier nllld St. Charles streetin to e Ilnat'st all er. lesde t . ll ter rintiPtt l ,oio ers of th e tlliold l StalteP , of bverorv rito san tl e, lto I nt uili, 't'exls iit M xi t at. ti n a.ttl, hie r nl io rt lgutly t iartt lly an oi V It h.e Iv supplied wvitll tl latent I':,Gtall i ie rs, 1 icvs r i td'y Iottoit .l o it s Price C lrn n a le ilhle t to, ur ly tIll lhl I.lt'rrv Pler. ionl s o ftti e dayv, ad tlnt tie re p gTbh i ti's, i tof tilh It nlt t Eo l Intor g, \W ertminnl t er Smletrololllita s Review l ol Illckwndoll I,\ hgnr zinn. The orth llt rtltt a la n evela ; tr i eOll t r ll te o r, ia io tok bh tooke r t ile o AM eoicn JnI ITr l of .. .Scir el ' and ArtN , IIt gll ./inlle Ill ott hlo lli, to(tly' t lM l hiI oo o It tto eh ti ut'irlreital Review, anll t "ltrial, of oihrr. ve lt. '1 It roalm 't i lo. t ir Inad o itt la oe Ivn. S:fn. pq and ,tlase, hIl'r, PIerL's P'rice ( Ih; ent i. l it ot I eImI ( ool , li t a eltlC,`t tlld it varity to!' Atlt-tt;-o o etf, itlto r o f ol rO. lit o i 'l'lo",o" ",l" l , li(',' ,x' ittell t.Olll 1n news oPlhvct'ir, nr++ rnm itol,, ti . t * ' o h , i , ilo.- i t it t V is, i llt d a ool' liaIlltno r lo, II h, INr tin Iw"'llg I).o l ter. 1 1o, 1,r ' Ito i 'tfully re, o oit e'. 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