Newspaper of True American, November 13, 1838, Page 2

November 13, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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dpailite No. 2. S MARDI, _]i tiobro1 1838. seo4 quo 1i tidorier pal nor Is mandat du rIre 8 Ax ande tirkola sommo d" cet llouse pliotl b van: ri on r6parent Ies trottuirs *ntro yootte. . JOSIUA BALDWIN, Recorder. ; t9Ordounance pour itablir un ferry prbs du -March6 Ste.-Marie, et joint avec la ville de Lafayette. II set drdonnd quale compagnie du hbe h vapour de 86eoosda Mtanicipah6id at st domenrse utoris6 & I 0tblikt et k cont.nuer pondent cinq a u, oson ploeiedrs bise a repent, peaoor naiger depain on ddbtroad..% appropri6 a I ndite cormpgnin. entre hle rues St. )neph et Delord, traversent Is faesrt, touchant . ln ville de Lafayette en silant nt venent, poarv0 qoe Indite eo ipagnie ae conforms sux eon ditions bidesolsoor dcrites. Elli devra dtablir un batean convenaltle ares tottes les comlnooditds poul caroeses, aontre voi. turee. oeevran et pasuagers, et non infdrieuren tous points a celui meintenant employ6 phr Indite compagnie, at ce dane une and6e a parlir de 1'a. doptiondosette oadonnanee. Ella doers on tolt temps pendent I'exieternc dr -on privilbge, tenir un bateau nevigoantlrdgn. Iibrooont sa m-ins one fois par heure, depuis Is lover du stleil jnqu'a ron-eoueher, entre les en. dmroit ddsigeds dnns octte ordonnance, I moins d'emp6ceomer t fored; st to prix du paeslgo no de. yra pua exerddarclui prt1evr pr6e6Ov mmont per Ia compagnie du ban a vapeor de is Nile. Or!dann Ladit. compagnie allouera ct psiers mensuolle ment au trdsorir de coltt municipalitr6 l otnmm de cent piastres pour i'ssage du wharf at du d6 baroadbro qui lui soront aecerdds. La nseende mn. nicipslitd no garantit pis Is droit, d'6tnblir ao ferry dans le oes ch il parairaiat qu'il cst an en0tradic tion aveo aneun droit soontlable conf6r6d d'autres paraucune loi existanto de cat dint. Si ina ompagnie, par on nombre digal de see oe tionnaires, aceepts cette ordonnanoe, dans I'espnce do vingt joure nprbs son adoption, elle srao nesr6e obligatoire pour eox ot carte ,municipalird, outra sent eoils ser nulle at d'aucune fores, on tout es qui regardo ladite compagnie. Si la cempagnin, apri aevoir occp ellette ordon. nnce, no remplit pas filloment ion devoirs qoui seront impo6ds, sons ses provisions, conformdment aleur t vritalle esprit et intention; alor nladite compagnie perdra aoU profit de cotte municipaloid tons lns drots ct privileos dont ell aurt s 6' in seltio per touts le ordonnances et rdsoluti6ns de ee eonsril. .11 oat on outro ordonnd qou'au can oih I compa. (giue du bac i vapour de ia seconde municipalird n'ascepterait pas cstte ordonnance, it sere permis h tout nombro de citoyoysl reponsablee de cotl. munioipalit6 qui no scra pas moindre do dix, de 'accepter do la manibro suivante: Un livre do sonscription devra itro ouvert per Solomon Iligh, Charles Dimon et M. Rohitaille, aprbs cinq jours d'avis donne par cox on une mn. jorit6 d'entre cox, lequol livre domenricr ouvert pendant le jour. Le capital sera fix ar Ilesdits comnmissaires, a one sooroe n'rexeddant pas vingI mille piantres cshtulloer, et quand les souscriptione serent ferrmes, s Ito montntt des sooscriptions eat plus crand qo'il it faut, on diminuera Is dixibmr, en r6duisant Ils plus fortes soeroriptions, de ltleo ltaon qu'aecrlno oIo sera rddui e tant qu'il en res torn one plus grando. Qu'aursit:t qru'une compagnie ainsi formde sare incorpordo eonfornrdmenrt a la lei du 13 mars 1837, et aura notifid an consoil son acceptation de cetto ordonnanoo, crile ci deviotn'ra obliggoire pour la. dite compagnie, et celttlo uniipalil6; pourvc que crtto notification suit faito avant le premior jour do j rnvior prochain. Sigrid, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. II est rosolu qu Ito cullectrcr rat et demrnre anr torird 0 omrrlyer un aros,stant depuii lto lr deo no rvlnbr do dojanrvir ainsi qe'il a o 6 pdour par tn. adrolution du 12 drrotembrr 1837. Signt', JOSHUA iIALD\VIN, Recorder. Attrndt qil p'lu ieurs prapri6ltaireo dio Carro!rtun 1t delanll an canseSr eh Ir adr nidr t hire o n r -it ie-Omin i traverrs l'avrner lle C(arrolton julrqll'U chrmin de la chlnin de lat coripargier dun ,.nal et dol Il Lanque, ur le bard dudit canal, p)ensar t g,'u tl ellemii sera di'utl avanlage 6t giral ptrr cuine Inonicipalild. II est rdil..n qro la nmmer de rlcux rIillh piartree iot at delo: urir n lp'ioroprie I ot ar li r a rerr a i'aclt., velmcnt dudit clrelll:; Ioui trn qu'il suit nrssz large pour drox voitlroe, dans trol rn loteIdue, qll'rl soil d'uno rvatlorn alrlisanto pour L:lcllr r I one, reurrd sur l.'s din x0 do, t cuvnt d'aln mlloins 4 pooues de eoquilles, et pturvr qrue le chenin soiL fail A la satintsclito de co crlaurl, avant quro i':r. gent aco nppropri6 no srit par.6, JOSH U A BA .I)WIN, RIecortler. lRdeoln qull le voyr ey t ct dlemnre nllotnrir6 a innonecr pendant rlx jour, dans lt Buol'in oet l True American, en oaglais el on filnCais, q '1I re elvrr dos propositions pour la Iournituroe t livrai. son de touts led bIriqrles qluo cerllo mnot iipali, l da. mandera pendant dolze or i rroa partir de lalate du contralt: lesdites briqurs doer at .io dot la nledl. leuro qeulild do briques du lac, a d'livrer on telleo quantild6 st i telo cndroits quOe lt voyor de nSrrtes autre l'exigera. SigOrd JOSHUA IBALDWIN, Recorder. Rdsolu quo le voyer ost of demoue, alt, riFd a faire plncer des potnaux a fanaux aux endroits sui vane, savoel: A l'interseotion des rue' Front et Nllo. Lords, - - do In rue Laconrse: - - do a Nile Lorv, et Rf.gnae, - do la rue lendorson, S - do lazue Robin, - - da la rue Leonnrao, - de In rue des Orangere, - - do toa rue Richard, - - doe lan rue du Marcid. - - do In rue St. Janice, - - dto la ruoe o dlEte, - - de In rue der Nonnes, S- de In rue -Heoderson & Teha. - - Religinours et Orangerr, -- de la run Lncourse, - - do la rue Richard, S - do at rue du Mlrci 6, S - do le rue St. Janme, - - de In rue Cdleste, - - du Chimnin de Fd!icitd, - - des rues Robin ot Plcanierr, - - St Jnn Itoptisto et Richard, - - de la rue du Marcl d, - - do Ia rue St J lcques, - du Chemin do ldlicitd, - - de la rue do la Cou eo, - - do la ru du Marchd, - de la oue St Jamel,e - - Annonciation et Orangers, - - de la ru0 Richard, - - de la rm du Merrctld, - - du Chemin de Fdlicitd, - - Constance et Orangors, - - d laI rueRachard - - dou Chemin de Fdlici'i, - - des rues du Camp ot Btstin, - - de In rua Robin, - - de laruo Lacltrse, - - de n rue des Orangnrs, - - du Chemin do Idh6tcld, - - do la rue du Co'yc6,, - - de In rue Urane, - - de la rue Polymnie, d- e la rue Euterpe, -- - Plytano e et chtmin do Felicitd - - de la rue Uranie, - de larue Torpeicoro, - - Cloenin des Nyadcas et F61i. - - de la rue Polymniie, - de la rue Euterpe, - - de In rue Terpsicore, - - de lar e Julio et du Cirque, - - de Ia rue St. Jean, - - de la ru St. Pierre, - do Ia rue St. Paul, - - de la rue Hvia, St Jonn, - - de la re St Paul, - - dos rues Rubertson et Canal, - - de la rue Jacksn, - - do la rue de In Commune. Sign6, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. lRlrolu quoe Ie comib do police soil reqtui de fair.a eonnaitre dane aon ralpport al conll:il, qualloS mle asure, 'lil on feat, sount ncessanres pour lOtire a xdeoution lee ordonaancee concornant la vente du e"d. de. ebauffage. Sign., JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. dmoltqulqleo temptr6teur est et demrure aulto ri. It a0djuger au.pip haut at dornier enchdriissur, souw lees thtisse at astret obstructions entre lIs fltpea Il ruoe a'dtendant depuis la rue Poydras tr'y, Ito wre .Giroil, entro lee rues 'Tlhonpitoulas l$l!s.aaie, apree avoir donu6 c inqjnura do saiu$w reqperOant que tleditoa betissesrt obstrue. aiolllrt elrde dans lewpece de quinza jnura -~ Itdjidiedcation, et le royer *en autried a plmir p.rmmsien do ladite rue, de Tl anivler apres " doe anotre jnue de notic e doninde au elt meuax gql ocotpent la terre at lie ln itude danlsd editie limiter. JOSIIUA BALDWIN, Recorder. lfa.[S lo voyer est at demon a autorio6 & ,JtYjf Rtitea Miller pouear souvrir eo gou,:ruo ou rdsino la surface at da remplir les nteratic a do pavage on hula hexagon dans la rue Caroudelet & 25 cento par yard carroe, poUrvu quo lIcdt ouvrvge sot fait a la satisfaction do voyer. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. ildole qu aIn somme do quarante trois piastres at vingt cinq cents a it payd6 k E Rigney pour ou. erago fait duns la no0 St Charles, ainsi qu'il apport do certificat du voyer. Signd, JOSHUA BALDWIN, recorder, Mail Regulations. The Greet Eastern .3lar, is closed every day at 10 *'clnek, A M-l. due every day at 12, M. 7The Epr.ss . .lail is closed every day at halflpast 10 A M-Is duo with the great, Eastern Mail. every day. 7Ier Lake M.e/;I (via Covington, La.) i closed every Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at Go'clock, A M--l duoe every l'uesday, Thursday and Satur. day, at 5, P M. 'her L.o,isrille or Rierr Mail is closed every Monday, Wednresday and Saturday, at 8 ' M-Is sent and returned by etrlaboata.-Arriver irregc. I arly three times a week. IThe ain/or Sara or Cost Mail in closed every Tuesday and Friday, at 8, P M-Ts sent and ro. turndt by the steamboat Brilliant. The .llrexaidria or lied Rirer Mail is sent irregu. larly by steamnoats, twice a week. .,Louiville or River mail. Monday, I Wednesday, and Closes at 8 o'clock, P M. Saturday, CefiLt aMall. Satraly, Close at 8 o'clock, P M. Neaw-Orlean Chamber of Commeree. orricacs ron etrI r.a 1838. S. J. Peters, President. A. Quaertir, lot Vice President, W. L. Ilodge, 2d do. COMMITTEE OF APPEALS, FOR 1838. James Dick, 'I'homas Barrett, John A Merle, II C Cammack, Jan I1 Leverich, Alhijah Fisk, CEO. W. WHITE, See'y. POl'l' OF NElIV ORLEANS. Cli olA IthS(iCO. NoeoIerr 19. hllip SarnOcao IIathawua, for New York, iein A eiohen. Schr Ilizaboeth, Forsyth, for P -noac'la, Master. AR ItRIV AI.. Towheon Porpol. r. avis. from the Plas.rs: le on the llth 9at m. Reporits the ship Ville de Bordeaux alround on the Ship Inilon, Rutis, 14 ,art from larre , to 3 Inland.. Ps...errr., 16 alin and Iite .ieraee. Bri Swanr, Cncl, 8 days irots Prhiladelphia, to J A vane IBrit Cca bird, Mlayburry, 1 doays from Newport, to I. R Itrig Gov Cidiliniion, Cazron, 21 days from New penr, to III.Cir..C. , i p uner eiic rni . ,rh r f .riie.ml, owain, 00 days from Pravidenea, .R , to lric Ian'l triehy. ji daiys from 'hiladelphia, Ieiund to N ac-hez. . e cr, nrrSil amdz-. e i. ahr Nrompho, 'ad cn,3l dJays from Campearhy, to J I F rnandr r fro hteamer Solthrller, Barrett, from Crohmhia. ý ___ COMMER1IBAL. _____ I ate,, DTate. 1l.,I.'s.',s'nr.. 4, . N, . s p Cha "4111. Nov .... .......u rthnt , o . . .5 Vow 1'nrk, I nr ......... irn.,,' . 1. . Bh aj p N. ...... i ruvlln, dn............ naltonrr~r d......... ....... R -t. Ennui N...........,. 2 l nr~nnn. hNnv.... ,., .. 8 L-srpeol, Ort...... 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SolIr ofIour fir& han3111.a Civi04 311 alo da Inr ICI I, C oolF It it n ere, nrr1nnlnlin~l~ l !~lll If,, agaissn to gal goal bill,, .proe I it I, 11.,. , 400'10,4 drprlptinn. *. VI I1'1i101 sold : I Ilse lnnnger' 1 ((Dic 1, In It whJIee rlcr, and 111 e nrtc7nobs horder is re n .'stkd l to.clls nd recl its hisJ $7,0001 Capital Prize. 'rickets only $2? G 'RAND STATE. LOTTERYI~ Draa rn ntlllhlerrr of [lie (hood S FIfo Ironer, Class 50. C1,ASS No. 51. Anlhorlljisol l the Leg-i'Illntll n il 131 h, 98:18, ot 5o'clncck, P. 91. At [ho Jllerclnnt's I':x cllahge. S D.AY1.l t r O. Mlonageri, 75 Numbers-1- 2 Drawvn Ballots. I Prize or 47 0014 $7 non0 I der 2 (10 2 Oli 1 o 1 010 JI 1 do 1200 1 ;nob 2 do 5110 1 Ono 4 ,1o 3110 1 1211 8n do 1 10 11241 In do l Ino 124111 IO Irn 106 1 1044 63 d15 7116i (:3 do ('I 6:t0 I.0i do 8 111 OF 391gi do,1d do 4 541 .:7,81 PriE es, nlllonnti,,t to I '~ Tickeits $1 0(!- Hl,1o'l $1 O(1-1(1naulll 50. l IackngeR ofT5 'T'ikets for $50l, wnranrllly· to draw at SPrekoces of 2SC half tic, its $? it n:rraalr 1 o draw Sat leas, $11.· PoekH "'p'15 ((1T1001."4 'likk.'t $11 50 war SralrtdrlI Ilnn drw i least $6 O(1. Fo~r Packagesu or single '109044110, apply lit thel ) ~MANAGERS' OFFIC:E. nm"12- Ili (.'llnrtren Pt and 10 grurr porterl bottle', forr solo byI "7 Banlnrk ,411,,. ºJ 3( balecs brownr Jo, lia 'ule byv I44' 111'I'!i(DG E ('O, I nvlli7 3ooiu i ( AOFFEE-.M- I b,,, olld Java I.'.11 e, 0044 Ilautu; f IJ and Inr solo by T24II Dl'DI ·CilR,, *r TRUE AMIERiCAN OF'FICE. lt econneetion with this Office is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE Full THE PRINTINO OF Pamphlets Blank Checks Catalognes Bills of Lading Labels, Dray Receipts, Legal Notices, Auction Bills, Bill Forms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills Circulars, And every descriptionl ofob F'eork tht anny be requirld. "Thlle proprietor realpectfully calls the attention of tile puhlit' t te above Card, and tsatres them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done at the short est notice, in a style unsuripsed in this city, and at the laoest rates. TiE TRUE AMERICAN. EDITED IY JO t 0f CISRNgOn . FAITRnUL AND BOLD. %E"l' OR LEAWNMt TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1832: New York election.-As the Express slips which ar rived yesterday left New York shortly after noon on Monday, tile 5th, (I t day of the election,) we have no teal informai,ton frm which an opinion can Ire formed rega'ding the result. It is evident at least that hrtll parties have contested every inrh of the ground, and on whosoever brow the chaplet rests it mlsrit he hot with exertion and excitement. Tile Herall,-the only eve. ning paper we have heard from-given oPmea nmusing sketches of the election scenes up to one o'clock, some of which we subjoin. It is now one o'clock, P. M. on the frst day--and lp to thit hour the most determined spirit has ieen shown by both partiesin every ward. We annexneccrate and full reports frmnt otr mntrartinFexpreS rider,. The wea ttlierhah been ntt' disetregihg,s raining and bhitwittg like hengeaerer--b t notthing can drmp tlhepiritlofeither 'fi'h WhVtign are dietertlilted In defeat Cattlltre''ng, and ilhe Ise, fter.s Is elanl tin. Boltttlt trte are diigusttr edelwitl hablihion. and Bradiseh will fall very Inr behind The excitement in s.reernl o'thet upper ward, i he ginning to ri e. 'Th. third day will he a terrible day. llilte't'tiont is til moat importnt in marr.y evar. It[ TIreuls will g-wrn thle fttrae mnnvements rft fr rept lie for twenty a eals to crat. ot onle is tile su-trea. Iry ihl!verl--ah dtn:nn tepen 's on the conseqltences of these " three days" its New York. T.e WADno--lrt. Nine o''clck--polls open, and the firet lnn Ito vote was the indiefnigRhle street inspector. The cmcnnl wie nea of the Tnnnla V-ehtnllilenger ; hbt n presentin, g is ticket, he wat chilraleged cnd sworn oth. Duane street, oppo, its the Shnkspeare, in filled with umbrellas, nld men attnched to tlhem, like tails to kites. Every now and then ann omnibus load offree nd tittependent wottre comes tt p-andl thi'n the shooting! It is, as the DIominic atys," rrorliinlla.t." The Whie hlave. omnibu, on whi'h is Otpintedt" black hall ttn , andti Marcy is blank knlled. 'his is the favorie, Pllollts reiterated hail its appearance. It is renerall filled with jolly tart. 'Ie'ly t cannot resrrain t iteitt. i .i.e.. blt thruIst their heads ou.tit!e and pive s.hnt f.r shout. lTie tart. are whi to tie hack hoane ; t ie slight a tart llpon itre ntavtrty Ithe pre.nti administration is felt 7 kenly, nsid tie navy cannot frgfect it. Sht, nt Ifs o'clock--There is a gloriot tdeai of pore d ietmtornev a n tli ward. terntad of John apith, Win. Brow nn, Charles or Snamntl, it i. Johnny S..t.ith, Billy rowen, Chanrley and Slmntrv. Mannv of tlhe " indepeen (ent woter'," cnnciItr it dL-l..l ristoraticai to gire tChristinn nattns at fall--equanlity it tita order of tie 4 dayn thebloody sixth. 'tart is expected, buttwehave no doult all ill blonvr tie acls" ge At le 'c'cak, o e . ontes tomed. A lmnert everr,, t is questionea . Th'a rhos the impeortane of thte lre lion. The noise, riot and stefnntion hetre kerpt c p tii the retarat'r and indi.niti ottf the htltd' ixahi i 7th. The ni'hlor,, itiph ldcr,es ami meahric.s ate out here strnae a iron fntirden M oitel and a.scs Grinnell. 91'h~ wbigs will not het that Goa. Marry dlm a It site cr nid, heity e Iv ing hiaay seata that ris eajt rity will not excecd 0,00c0. th. 'h he dor dot e dc a ,gloriotut hTtinh rcta hera; captains of little ctompnite ofl, .5 f or ne vteren tnnrhal thir nien bc efore ite ho tlns, then It teint in the hands of e 'sl the proper tittr thatt thlvnare to vote, nivd the order to driek; there is no flinchtin. Thie l,cnfntcos are nlatkin t intr d thic exertiot--they say it is a san d.iy f~r the Sill; stoekitg nie. Thery arn oistncirn. th. T'he plls opened t ere at lhf prat erven r lned, andt thie mane ens inmetrsce. l'i 's i o'nain lotifat , e r t; h tit Ihev dirnn it eOt .lr'it ,a t.r ni lht lhat ih ti dtit,'t ri eveleery arly. 'ith' 'whtis tlltrn d nttt lncsom, tnlnl y etronna, and rtshed to t.e pi,.lain a biay. They hlockrd d nt. the r rnnre , no id kei pt possl t n' .tn nfit till haflll .s t I. 'trhen the locs wok a n ant d ca d' own n t alt r l,.e :rine ubody: then hegan shctoing, ecursing and Ilthh. Atn earl y es four o'o l,,ce] ithe. h voifeco musltrrbed n Iheir eind ,uartmersi, headed i e tA. irdtrmnn lttrdt, and mnrehetlttown It.lltto lhe-ol S.ith dlrmn-a hatlit c lta etdri flylnd . (ft ctlrse n, v,,ting tokns place unil clght ,,'clhk--andI ts Sthe whisra Ild gnt their breer, , H, tand] turned outr y thatlit tile, the work advanced slowly. I h12 I. T he have et's rcnrat exorli s llin itia wanrd ton check o the aten Irtam the Crottet \WVnttr W \Vrke, lit eiihnt cff.c': I the arc v.ttinl it erwda, anti har manide the number of vtes plled 411 up tlo I2 o'clock. 13th. 'Inrerty this errot. holrt f the ancient cdoctrines cf Jacas in;m, three schooner loafs of aD lcafet. are caid to he anahered in the Eiet River. SOne load arrlivd as nic t p fromt Philandlpiia, ona roan Nwc Jerisey, and the third frol the stare oIf SMaine. lip to nine o'eloeck, hnwever, ery litlle Shd Ill tl dllttr;earcely two hiadred votes ihainq. 'v been depanicd, and w tae nunbert weres ju lead to he ahntt elqtlal. No fighting, and tht little drink'h tog had thaen place up to thit hour; tith both pnrtnt'e were tdettrriincd tn t'do "r dile,' and mart thaeiliing tile vo r, to the poillas ith all lp eater. i nesu of ean who hove set heilr livhes pon Ihe cast and iaretr io staend the h tzard oflthe die. - i4:ht lh tr the whigs hnve most inonv hilt the iooes must Impudence. The Ioe,'s hnve'bui t a cery large cartevat of Pint hoerds, to atectioncer sin the street without getttng wet. S 16 h. T'ho faet turkey beloning to rthe Ippr Phict OliAese ,as Ihtc ocst prominenta individual at nur second visit to this up town police Lbooth. Ile v ths aIht ih he has to hosea atont of flesh per day dav, he will give the butaela and driovers ,wtll wate loe \W'nrltn" a swraring. We never saw inore eonfilene mnnifsted hv tite wities in such ''ad awenatiher, and theitr Intder ssenr that no lquantum ef rain se'aii darp their hoper. .tlortmotn I ir.-T'ihe Prospects f a civil war in Mtin aso ri are hourly inerasing. The Republican speaks of a ekirmi.h hetween the Mnlrlmons and cilizens near the line of Ray county, in which tw'o of the latter were killed, and n large number captured. Tile Missouri WH atchman of the 29th, publinhes an extra by request of the governor, in lwhich it is officially etated thet t'.e nMormonn have placed thie itelves i n an ttitude of open defiance to the laws: that tlhey have driven the ihalbi. ntantl Df Dnnies county froln their homen , have pillaged Sanld burnt their habitations, dtiven off their nattle, and Staken th' lives fnmany peaceful citizens. They are now to hbet alt with na enemies, and tInitors to thle colntry, for a hich purpo.e tlte governor has ordered out a force of tllree thousand men to march to thle aid of the suler inC inhalbitants near Ith seene of oautrae. The citie, n of tlia elunty have had a meeting at their ('ourlt Iloune in Ri' tmnn 1, at wttich they ordered out three rntmpt a nine of voltnteers to glnrd their frntiers angainst in euraione, but determining to act entirely on the defen irce ulntil they can receive aid from the stato executive. The Report madn e y ('. i. Morehrnd,' Mr. Thorntrn, and Jaenbh ;fi'dgel, which was taken into coneidera.tion by th- meetine, states that the. Mormons had burned f the tiwn of Mtillport, and Stolling's store at Gallatin, in Dnavie county, tlie whole of the property in t which pln ert and their vicinity had been carried ofbhy tlese law lena Ylnnolitti, as was witnessed by Judge Mortin, n tile number of 600 driving in the cattle, and Ihuling in Sthe corn of thee citizens who were obliPged to qit their homes. J udge Muorin rtated to ther tlat the whole of Sthe coumlntry on the norllth of rand river, and to tile nest of hin place at Diamond, wan deserted by all but the Mmmons, and who hald only spared him anl Ilia ftr a few days, when tIev had ordered him to leave. (;nlalin wa hburnerl, except only one house, and the who,!e eounnry round rendered a eoltpletet wa.te. A letter from Judge Kinc, dated Rii hiumd, thlnt Oc. totber, conattts all thene stateelntn, anil tmakes any oithers till more revolting. The Judge l'ttes that Jo Stnibl rol tohlle p'ople tlhat they mtnt now a'enge their own twrongs: thlntall who did n:,t take up rms with them should be pronounn.ed againet them, their prpe r ty confi't ated, and their lives forfeited. 1Wi' this dee lnatrnt he marnt hod fiward with hi people and cet m mitted the viol'nce wne bne henaled above, carrying off all till plunder to a stale house near tiheircamp,where it is deprs;it 'd am" an ulloering to the I.ord." They hare orgnuized tlhetnelves inro n hody caled " Dniltra's" sworn to anupport their leaders in all they do, or say,and to put to dlent any who shall betray or desert them. By other Ietters it appenrs almost e rtain that they have attabked Riclhrund and taken sante cannon, and ocher arms hastily colleered by the iuhabitntate for their defence. .Lexinr.tn htas Ibeen threatened by thiem, and the volunteers eal'ed for fromtl il parts of up;:er Missouri are advield tn ga ,rn' pared with a full detertmination It reo ermlinlate, orIdire them from tlhe state entirn'ly. Nothlinga short of this seems now likely to bring percr , or v oafety,. Political persecntioo.--Robinson, the Caricaturist of New York, has nearly hien lmade a political victim.- He was distrainld for rent due by ris predecesor, and from whi lie head previously been exonerated before o witnesses. The officers acknowledged that the only object was to shut the store during the election, on ac count of the many sevn.re caricatures on Governor MaRr cy respecting tlro" onalers." The iltnt however fair ed, for two st angers to Mr. Robinson offered him ample bail. ID7 Mr. Booth, the tragedian, was at Cincinnati on the 6th where tihe I{vele were playing, and had right of possession until the 9th so that it.wao doubted if Booth would remtain. Mlorble, the Yankec-tmn was there also. Tn E Voa.nr l-This splendid new Ilaotl is fast fitting rtp and will he ready to receive boarders in a few days. In the meanwhile, the flr of the

esltblishmnenl Iill be opened on Wednesday at 12 o' lock, and we expect all amateurs will he there to drink a " pr,,per ve, to K.g . leeks." True lrberality.-Tlhe house ol a poor widow lady, Mrs. MncComan, in Cincinnati, was recently destroyed by fire, and herself and children left homeless, and destitute. The citizens, the ehurches, the masons, and engine company No. I, rained uhsecriptions to tile amount of $916 66. To N. Longworth they applied to purchase a house and a lot of his vanlned t $1001, end that Ii beral citizen threw off $333 as his suhseriptien to the fund, giving a title deed afthe hnous and lot for $667, leaving a halanes in eesh of $'2.19 66 which with the property was presented to the widow. Suich reeerotrs tell are worthy nfe n en. lightened entnmo nity. Th houser will everr emain as the afflicted recipient expresses it--n monumelr t of the generosity of Cincinnati.' Fronm England. Tire packet ship Tor.nto Griswold, arrived in New York on the 4th from Portsmonth an London from the former of which she sailed on the 3rd October. The news is liter ally nothintt. 5. ,lezzefont., the linuist of Bo logna has been created a cardinal. The heredite. ry duke of Snxe-Weimar is about to marry th-r Russian grand duchess Ola. The lresden and Leipeic rail rend, from the latter to the town of DOhlen was opened on the 16th September. A bot Ic has been picked up in the Portland Fr:il. at the extreme north of Scotilnd in which was t pa per dated on board the tGrent Western at midnight on the IOth Sept. on her voysge to New York, lnt. 43. 3. long. 9. 52 With this was a copy of a song written, cormposed,and sung by Mr. Wilson thie vrocalist on the shove mentioned evening, and commencing with "Farewell awhile my native Isle!" Sr. Ctratr.rs --The splendid spectacle of tire I "Burgomaster's Daughter" is to Ie repeated this evening. Last night ira effect was truly brilliant: -the audience received it with hearty cherrs.and tewarm applause. The scenery is most ffecrive; Ithe Baronial-hall, the Cathedral, and the Tombh are masterpieces. The charmring petite comedy called a Leeson in Love" finishes the enoirtain, ments. It is an elegant trifle, remarkably wel acted throughouot, and full of the most piquantl effeels. We hope another full housn will aesembIle to enjoy two seuch exellent pieces. To-night, at rhe Camp, its llronchbeck will be presented. W. Sheridan Fredericks peormras Master Walter and Mrs. (:. lBrretort thie part oflJu. lie. Mondtls flls into Ihlo hands of AIr. G. Barrett. This ast will prove a treat tn our citizens and to s:rangers, for when a favnrrire piece is well played in n compnry whose ln elf actors are star them. selves working smoothtly r t hgerrr, there is a for greater chance of enjovmeno. lWe had forront to state that mrs. Greene pl:ys l tlen. ( Mrs. aItrreet's Jnlia w will nnot he,,r spea in odvnner, except to say, that it ranks with any personnrli.r of the port ever pres-nted in thise country. T'I erntertainmnrels conclr re with the Lalddr of I, ee. This truly funny piece is wnrth g ln, ro ee, and as the Banks shlrrtly pay p.ecie, we mniht .ot outrslves into a hutone fiort Itlrrhing and driingi, durll care armay, by tsuthnilttin to tihe prescription ofthr joeyous Mrs. otrrnt,, the rvateino s G. II. fitnr'rt, the Intrhter-l.oviog Jtonrn And the coron ie Brown. Dresids the Liader of Lave fulrntlttr a useful lesson;-all of as shonid learn on climb it. 'Tothe Camp, rthn, all no rrrnn porn l.. En lili Pottnreos are oiin^ in New York at lid 1-2 cents per hamper. lemonn, tt $1 5`i ppr h,nx ; hiih \Vhickiey-the real I)ublin, in Ibnd, andr enti led to d-e s enture, nt $1 (.2: and Cotton, nlp'ands od, at II to 131 r 3-4 and 14 t, 14 1-2 for new. " Ti e \etIris" has proved but a poor rinlarnet: she has nlready lost her attractions. Her last benefit is Amterica was announcero d for ThIr.lday tile 8h instant. T '1 dancers are "quite tie thiing" at tihe National, wihere Metads. Stelhan, ntnd Ilnzard are in great filvor Malde. St phan is said to he eaeqal in grace to An. Igursts, or in athletic vigor to I.e Comtet, whiile she pos. sesono a Inrge portion of both acquirements, and is see end in ease and agility to Celeste only. The Courts in New York Oere shot duringa the telr tion. BFrom Brazil.--.,ecounts from Rio dated 13th Sp i tmhrr, etimat, the stoltcks ol"hread stnffin that city at 33 to 35,e00 bbl'. lThat of Amerieann in lrst hlent is about 19001ds,. Richmotd, and 800 ib,!p. lBalimor. Srportls. Coftee t. tih U ttatec, 3000 bini: to En rope, 8"34. Stoltk o,tollbagas. Hides, nonearxprted; -stneck 14, 03 pieces. Hidts rely scarce at Rio Granlrda, or ha La Plata. Tfrhtat andlftur. Thi lltrs io the inlterirof New Yo: k state agreed to suspend buslness on Ilb 10th rather than pay the high price demanded by the farmers fir their when-, Ballimors Ghitper. 'lThre .mert, eulogies tie atip .qnn .rlctitm, Capt. Wallkert for an xtraror. dinary quick run Itrom Valparaiso to nalimore in 53 days, being less by nine, than the trip was ever Irmde in before. The Captain confirmt the ac. count of the enptureof Limin. Durhamt ahort hornr itr agricnrtlrrtl pnptt ation are making as rapid improvrcents in neat eattle,as in blooded stoch, by the same means, tco, of importatin. Some spirited citizens of IKentucky ohave for some years rendered their state disainguished for these operations, and their libe ral outlay has been as liberally met by the prices obtained when the impreved breeds are tffcered fir general sale. In the weat tihese sales havoe been at enormous rates, and Kenltlucky and Ohiiohave it, consequonce obtained the palm fotr imnprvements in carittlep, fat beyond any other states in thie Union; lut we learn front, he U. S.Geazerrte that thePenn, sylvnanns are now emnulos of rivalling them, in this ma:te, ftor that a Mr. WhitakLer has made extensive imjotrtaionst of tiDurihanl sllort Ilrnrs'r which have feiched goad pries, Ihruoghi notlhing equal to the sales in tihe West. Thle second lot off red hIy him at Powelton were greedily soughti for by the neighbouring farmere, and all the cewst, save one, were sald. Five Ithree years ohtl sold at an average ol 0120 each., andti five )years oldn, at various prices irom 8360 to530, naveraging $434: each. The 'rio rnir Ohelby' is harlrrndat foast agroeuod abhve .Iont phis. She lies upon a tile if 'os, and as the river is fast fal!ing all around her, there lho mnust reinin. The chances lor a rire in the itto serom daily dimitshiniig as idoes the rivtr itaelf, fira tow Is fast falhin at \rlheolinp, andt so is the river aof Lnuisvi'l, wh-lilue at Cincinnati Ihe weather is igeitin " fretzin ly cold, and black lookes with blueII noses are bcotming abundant. The Nalrshville Vhir says trhere is rOt tile mostt liatnt i rostaer t if a rian in tIhe Cumberlnrlt:ne a d n ia ire 0a halr iir oetrfln, hlren it comes, is lilke ,lie gu ofclhantips ne, one grsh, and then it t uisi tes into Insiplid stilln as The Gera'e~l-,-uto a r ot , tar animnl worldt ia I iped ntd qundruped--nsa exhibiting at Crutcin nati on ithe Ghi in't. unrunos .tyrit.--We have been politely frarrad t by a ct, ltmertr h use. t I Ibis cihr, iIr rI e ilt., lowing i xltractnf a leIter idate.d tl:Emos Avar:s,07:uh Angusta, 1037. In a ttlitie ,l way 0varv tillla nt a It a tart ci d sttrt in this prroviter; t ;,err is a revetit a t e south fi anld Iisolrlers are broughtI in da l ty, alii nttrIIIIItIOU I txcuthns rate utkLn pieC hiere irely'. o.-i nor CUtLrF.N t.nS rnisedt the standnlor of rebrllionn Santa Fe, and it is said.the provinces of Cor. no and Interros will join him. The Froenth have commenniced a vitourous block. tv ltoak. Ever since the llork de et m nenced, lanldrns have ran up and down to Monttvideo, nd, when taken laden with mer!nndize they q ould he released or olrdered back to the pl'cen eyv came from. It is dilferent ro., they hold .1 i nl,nd nw ill retaon Ilhen until theqlention t seotledror it war is deelured will condoten the rhole. rlThsnte of the o lands Orieninl grows worse nd worse every day. Fructtuosn Rivern'sortnmy ie ulsido the walls, and rutting off all supplits.llcof s now worth in Molnevideo Itic. pe lb. or $3 cr ruba. Thele can be but few hides or otherpro ue go to the Uni,ed States for a length of time 27th August--No foreign or American met, lulltmen at Buenos Ayrte. . S. acIhr.Dolphin, . tlt. oMackeneie at anchor, snd the blockading ldronll. Ship Relnown, Sutton, at .ontevideo, eady to sail lor New York on the 25th. JDIEU, At 9 o'cock on Monday tlorning, Mile JOIIANNA RYAN, New Yorkaged 19 years, of a lingering illness, which she otre with rhritian ftrlitode. Iler funeral will Inko plaeo his inorniltg, at 10 o'clock, a m; from the residence of P tyan, No. 41o Grnvier street, near Circus. lfJ'Ihe packet lship Ocone,, Lyons, rmaster, from loew York, is now dichlnrging ullposite lthe Vgeoroable narket; Consignen are rquot testd to attend to the re sipt of their goods. not, 13 IL'inr. Jonatholn Lane, onllsignee of tlttckernl, I.r bipt Norman, frotm rloston, is reqnslted to make tie o nlence known to the dlscharglng clerk, oil tile Le e. aS & J 1' \VfIITNf'Nt ov13 (Conti street Irirt0R, AD) WVArI(bRN F,)it SALE. SIIST r te I entr otl tarr accto toulnd to stand wh-s oJl left. Ap,lily at 'l'utlreull a. ERVATS FI ll 011E- A Cootk, Woatito, and I.ronelr, tlll exclletl Ilhouse srv nt for en , withll full gotrantioe. Apltily at tile oliice of tihe ''rue AlilericaV.. 1li1v1 3 [1 Tr. ir. AittColh, Attotricy nt Law, o ao ren.Fd lts otifce to Itxolthnge' Alloy, heotwcooo Conotlti anl St. Lois strc,. otI nS: 1Loe-1 w . . I)r- t i. Il )'d N FW tOVEl' , , c.. P F'f'Ef PLf i i I31t : orthe Ramblert's l'rolletions. U ly the author of uCalovr, Nick of thile \\'oods, &e., in 2 wos. 'icciola: ir, Caplivity Captitve, by M. D. Saitiint. The 1Brltit Sehlnot; or, a.1iconlltd i.ritc of IatUndOll rtlrr (,t r he o ( tloat Mctrololis, 'lfto Ilench ti l 0 the iltttr, I'ri:nciplasof Political l:onllomty: part tho! Second: r the' onuses' which retard increase n i the protdnttio n of Wealth, oand imtoroiveono t il the physie. ntod n000r al conldition of o1n-iIy It lC Corey, oiolthor oif tll Es say on Ithe I;te of Ways-1 vol to vo. Just letelved t Uid fot sail:c lby V) M1'KIEAN, nttl3 .or o( p ll& , ao m _t oootorn i'ITY IlO1T01L, Corner of Comtmotn and C(amp streets. '1I. o& MRtst. (;ElE. SilALI, hOvt ttli ilroslrc 1 ofll liotillnnotheir friends and lit puhlic, hLInt the XtI se lo favorllly known ait Bishop'sN Ilolt, will be opened oit WVedlsdhy, thet 14th inst. fior the ret'p tion o' o' llllnoy. ThIolyV hv had the IIoue tllhorolugh ly replllairedl Innewlv ulrlaisheil throlughlnt, anld ilg lteave itol t to I ilt IraveIlera d o itim , I lt t at wi tever reputation the house may Ilv It llutirdo l in ttist noears, Io ex\etitl on ni their pon t shall Ie wanoi tiIg Io illto ill it eIvra hr. A Collation will Ito slpread nt I l o'clock onl the mor itg tof lls [t' iii t., to which the pui llit is reo pe ttfully illVitedl • IIV1 L___ 111 I ANA i'FURNITURE WAREROO1%1S No. 53, llenvllu k tr'et. nI 11n11J.if in. CI.olINIn, -mollofl 1101111gly in I" h rirr n'nnel heI'ubflic tIhat h is '.' n l scantly arr·iv ing firma Now Yor-IIk and Rn1sion a goodI1I r sot'ns, 1ed-tendrl , Illnpll(! :IIII pnillru te ni~ I ,hies, ,n ple , cherrIL' lI If'ffflf',flfff1 fIs, ondc f 1 fft Iff fT llli flal 111 flio, Hnnnnlin n m e f IletIffIf', 0I111c rtarvs nsIn ml , Infoking gfl fOas',featherI'Ii 0l , ll if 1\1I. Furniture pa Ircked foir tmransporlrltimt w ith wrest Nh:,rr" I1 f vl:l E Nll f'1ff )N Ill Nil I '.Nl.l'i'i' N rl-JA rRI' Y ri N i I f till f~ll fIwIf oefn1'1if. Ill 1 l ie 'f ml 1, 1 fIu i ll'ffiI " I,, die and pIll :,, a),!., on i,, 15 . llij NI the t )!l 1Z1ff r Fn em-i's I\;d Itrnnce Company, No. "I-·l',ar,· · rnpn ( 2I I 111ff1- 41 n(¶ 111ff. NI- Xl ', v1 I-- i' 'l I f 3 o I II c nF l ' tfkr , lip Sal f ll. A F1,lrI i i liv l" of p hu tH , ii ¾ v, - rlnb lfin t ItIffnfflff fl0Fn l . 'Iff1I.b nIIl . Ii I' S- 1111101 fIfflf, fffinfrslflnr li, o feni','1' fIltll 1f1 flfllf iael f mI b l Qdui ll top 'fllForto !ock Iu I t 1fin l'~l lor n Oil, 10.1 boudal No. 3. Al~ock' l l-I. t Ianl~ onndf 7si nIllnnnfnn IolI, 11,1 ffJIole de .Sniv'iiom I n all Ib i abo lve v i y N ib , 1 'r1111 i n li firli~· Iltll ~ ifyI1 Pl-Jnffflflgn, n~l.W TlliY Tn , 111111 he II lfIiblr i.' f .ilffl Iiffff if ff11 1 Ivfory lf I 'InIIo i'ofnlnfffnll lffffn fffIf.',ffi'aIii ly f s Izlfe iilPofdfffg, ffiIffniccfons'anI1nfndIIInIfnd all othe 111f fflll l 1ffaffif 1) III,, f11)51 \' -----f'ffnf t', 1.'7 501) ) n ils. ff1 t er preff'i Sperm Oil 300I'ffff nl11 do Rli nedll. I'fffij I n haI r en 1"!11 harrrs'1'a tier' Oil 7.)(iX Cl oi No 0- I Roston'I No~n i'f,ifnf 111, 11ff Oltijfffj &g f 1, finnvl if1 Will I CARNES naelt,-- ', 7)) fffh-J&in, onili 1 )5iix') flfl. ff111'' Of 111cnij~ifmin: llnlrifofntilld aiffiTr snloIhy InW Prfrllfrd nild /'rfgnrfaof ilflfbnxen lorge fil l f o od I on l'u whnt; i" lf bnxlaCOkitt ining 72 l~lenif i flStu Lnfilo. 50 " 12 1opnrnnlndn ol. 50 1ith nnnfininl ch n dinls 51) 1 Enirn Whrim Wino Vinngar, Ifibalkefa nnperijfr Aiinfiinl. i3Inov W~lliEr LEAD. 3011 hapIg ff1 ll aidNO. 1 Ws filo Lnad, liifili(g frr niifHniefi f ilf, rlnfPijil. ad.ipfoin, fnr iale by JoRVt s o ANDress S, 13ffv it or Conifnnnnnd 'I'nlfnlifnunnl,' ol I C i lding - on th Is 'iil nif ijly I-llo'(y n fIfw e Fdliy ff n 11 a nl.Iffttlfef ,Ifan 00r1111 llfnin ldema; (nill 11.111 Wn' ' 11 111111 Ithe find OflinIn i r 1,n L now 1 n11ff g lnfl'flnie aoli fui'allennllfIfnl'llil r ~ ii1Iff llolfl Alcni, al'l ko)' Cnnn in 'fi ill 'ne ffd1. raoli, ,fiolf]d in Alifiof (all Ihe, &fi. (iiI' nf d bunju- u 11 are a11 l eadyII f PeIII nsI wlishiffIfnll f',inninld niffn tit Sc1res i ave '_rla________ he City m sa 'Pr ,wl , ibe . I"A,t1iff.Nfa-. ale now 13ll a fiell ill siuiiiii bi 111111 full iainafj iIfi. GOnS8iP 4.clo, Jo. T~~.h, fol fi I iinl ffffI'Ol iftf fl~lf ;Iclr IIffI', ""'"~ln l~lllFP 11(·nzl1 lll'llbCFI Hi.J~ P(3111111 Of "" v13 \V:ill\ finiiflii.i f1'l fI 13 CARN-,Snn ll~'I ill.IlI II111 P(IT I l l~jfi·lf~i ( If.~ PfI'lfitf-l b O I1111f r 1 f3f1C R if fIIll 1 1 & Ill, fl llfif13 fI~ hm nfl'n 1 34111 MI a,,l n 111 fflflfn1st,finI2l"nn'finfn-1),111y'lfifn tffaoli U "'Ii 3:\C I' &'. CoJ na I,)l1 11 ffN l~ 13 o1agn i, llnfiff , fill Icifm' Ju1 t lff'iflllffdal aInIIfioi. r I al e by botl esI P7 ra.. Onin,; f i:0 boxes ontaining 2 otfle o chaeau Lafitte 50 's 12 snpar salad oil. .~m lid (ilr: 511113 Extr Whnik Wi'neVn egar, l fl 1 ,1 1111bas ke110 ip(rn ff1 Of SWhiteLead, lanIf 1ff fl g i rf ado 'ipi'a fo a IbyllI &ADES 'Ills li:LFf '1f mudllifii l.vi pti iiilfjl infolor:l f f fmfli Non , blifti, fIll 01111 Itll to ,aa a ex nsv Irn hem mf~ t.IritfJN E l' ,Sith & N('a., e np inia Iini' No.1& 1matte o. I &'_'a:,c nnr-.( n d~ St. Charles Theatre. 'I'H.3 EVENIN[G, NOV. 13, Will be iprfimrtned the Drama of the BUiGOM1AS1TER'S DAUGHIITER. rholBurgoimaster ifCuiogne Mr. Paret .,lhraim , I'P rr in lens Bolt, Cowell Adelaide, Mr1I. Inroen Wtaill, _Iiurrieon An Overture by' Ortchestra, Previollu to the iiltrgolnaster's I)lDtllnhtr, A LESSON FOR LOVE. Johe Frankly, Mr. Tlarirson, St. Clair, Debar, Sevnlotr, ]'agr. Lady Grantley, lt'e. Prrtll F "anny Mlilbhnny, Harrison. TO MEIICIHAINTS. I-Jt1EIEI(IAN'TS ran have a I.lt'ETIFruL Ctncu Lan struck of'at fur hourts NO'rtIe, b J.rllig at the Comipting Room of T'RUE AMIIUCAN I'te'rtnea b)FetCE, St. Chtirles Exchnnte, adljoining the READet tso RooM at Corner if tirnvier etrect. NO) UIIE Noi PAY. DII. JOIINSON, Ollit 'I0 Ilierl ill strtier, con Sfines Iltu I,ractiee to ti tie treatmellut of Venereal iSiease, in all its dderent f ors. I)Dr. Johnson, firom aI residetnce of Imanuy years in Hos plitals in Europe, devoted to the treatnntit of Venereal )i ases, anld frolll his presallt extensive prnctice in thut particullar lranch of tilo prolfessinit gitintttt es n atfi-, .reedy and elliectual curo sh pel +I trsona as are troub ed with anI of the fbiluwing dlieaes, vir;: (G morrlhc en. (;leets, Stl'icmzt is, Gtlancren, lnbo., Seminal \Ytrakne(ss, A lliICttionsl o f thel~+ PIloddCr, Kidneys, lioins, IUrethra, Prostrate I d SB o wellehd 'I entitleo, Erl lionls on the Skin, uorte Tilrtont, Pa'nins in tile Joints; And the nnmeronllsympltolnn which generally fIllow this di'en'",. eemt case lrrtlr ilnl two fir t11e01. :IVR witho t the Ai l in 1lll 'i0 ImII 'IIrI. liili tiiTi. itn;ed f I)r.Jiohnson It irs it te recipe, of tile I ll|t, . lrv, a erlihrated i lF ,,h . orgeol, , PIn was I tsev biy hilmI dlll'ill t:l si' "ill : ll n ' I wvhich i e kvrind as i~u~. t,', n Iiitt in tm' Fnch Army. Sold i Dr. Johnson, Ir t hisN t o l' . 'tlit . I c i rAu ni l Ihnl in'"tnolv nti tion or Vti 'i real' I)irst , i t ,l ,ut taking sea v vge, or rti L rin ( vIr1 ilr .on III t 1i iwihil Ih "I ll 1 r givin t i '.Jol ns, r a eall to reupr Iatai nlls fr t-hein r c re, inl tlie" sh it tlitIli I elt I t p itr- i rl tti n diri " etlt tit i f rl l.t e i.., Slli',e O o til' the tin uni ll 0 'l vo k t of !,ill IM Ii urf , -bunc th III' I Ih o , e' s t, t t i-rtillte t I palllll ti IltiL r';Ir,, is Ih" st im · t h 'P helii Iiii Tr , ts nscd ir. hy lll h m ith 1iII lll- lll r3lll rC rdetrled sllm:P 4 in l it Iivi.'l t liltm lil pln tlie,, tr I Il ol'd fli folrV year,, Ir,' til letko il of oh f fo.lowhlding,. t Aui: o at*l, al'nill i rt it, , Irnhvl 's of fhell Ilcad a nti ioai na'ion to Iee I I, h 'rgtlnit, y 1" Ifho llowels, aild ill oil cases wDilire nigts tin lor" it tu.live rl it i inlld lto T'his t Il PR!neir Illne i ot no I, nuuitred ,nIntn Ill. lhiot oft nliw k l'I Mrllliiit Inow I 'fol th1," n ii i i I it it s t o mole illln lltl oll Oie I st I' most si'irlio c surtiI Impllr ,l' e(ver prodllireo, inml tilt, e l' l (I'ven re ll ll I it Sras pmrairesd IlInv thei aaunl lr a vr n Ilarg son. It is g rcem le otil, ' ipa u I llthe ia' ite' i a-1 i st , hmI api r iictl.nlhv vs *?.e . 'lrp h wls lthe bow, isee, hnmparl v1 illor o stkh',gti i o tile s ah ,i amt w lell-r'titlhled. tl t1 mh Iand ii I| II' . Ii t ivtl l n hl d t Ihi i ti S ici 'llllr i. s l hanve Ibolrn trt,,l ll l r lrt , ,Jr hss,' will lodi.,..li,,n for Ii mn h tilt l I lt le I hII ,t III e l I' n ll't11t -i :,it hi m'itt. | chns dred ol f ver ohtnihiot any peri ;li eiN gli, , ill r1 si·ln nl l i ll LI N Itilt, , si l n t er i lw plir. i Ity, t howr tlre i' i r , n tlr l th ' it r11hri u n 1 hl, h h ,1,h w hl t1 o La , in o-t foir I -, i <'i e oi i h i f i ior botle m. .nnl • "I I ,III t ilv Ihal o t Ii i l , rwlr o, n y o hate tnn t r hlv re-. til lE Cit i tIt Bhh Cite aI n f 1, i r h N. t nli .f.i tr r Slllll L I t )I amlu I r h, s Il ,, in " Not+[ dovl l in,, r th t, i. nft - i,'.h,. -o ld b f ,1 I l i i ah".c t, at It<cl 1It 1hl 0 il ; I-l nt ll. strl.l •,, :,-it+l-.< Ilhil Cher!C'h( k BIIilly of i ,lltlhi=. Auctioil ctill cr CPi` hl.- ,ll 11 ; Show b1sgzil e C trL II-'ll' l ,.b r i th, .I . Ih ocia, o etre ry oh le, i,. I n s, ra nd' o ', 'i, 11h: lEl. lm \o" iC S (II 'iltRI I. SIN .'ti 'slc , :hil o ,,r +'rl , a 17 l i ,nl( i.f r u ( l· fro, h,, Ih ,+ I' ,,1 dre ,ir.c i(I tt I' ,,ite, ,"I~lcs h;TN'rr j It -- tln Itilc it. w till bJ., e lr,'' e ,s I o. v. as ('he.l?, i II , r --l(/' ll(,VQ--' ,w N. I'iN "'1'I'T..Jr. i CAIIDS 1. II I'ltiN V1 il , at~ th 'hotl~ NM ie, in he ,' a _P'ii it very i'ititiu.tleh att 'luER FA ITEIii.w IN 1)" Mondel &Renods IFic N an rznnir, I'bk o '1'1N litE;LARS hE 0,1v. ill Ft itld, I,,, t Ibeen ad . Esta ish e . Orders·r~ rerr~·irp l anAptioE IlAllt, St. CIhI t E.reBertz·,: 3dI dor 1ro 0 C luvile st. Wlondelli & Reynolds, V p AVE retoote,,rl their office to theI \IrinrerrANT'* EX':CHANGEE, "1l s~ler\, No. 2. 1SlllruIcl: from Ecag 11Pa, oi thi P-t i- liii PE.N Uy ( ULLARS mo IIEIV lll :I1.0.IIJII II 'lalve C.ITlAi tI NI, I grllli· n, aged ,bout thi yea~nrs; eak rertnch an lish; iAC will) now & an0 will try to 111rass herself as free. '('I' ,hovel~rv reward w rill hre p~aid for lace dcliv -ry tol thl('tillseribill es· DoYLYIE C. MAY, :1 (:narundelelt st KC ditit I, i. tu hi " . iit'ten r boniatsu an Iot +, are- can limedr d Ill~lill n l ilwn ill te abovefillt at, d S bill e, IIIIIIZ the penaltly o1 ther lan". )Ll' ' reeei\·ol at the I.II IN', nnk B It"urn inur ljh00111a, 511 1icnill 1 1tnet,,D0 0 1I-hple nd Chnrrv B erlst Nh-lim' first 'itt N ii. i, , o wi~ll h s old ta~r thle lownest cash prices.('H IV It 1,11{NES. jy7 53 B~iollville street. UJOS'I'ON CIIA1IA{S-Ii'orIand for sale bIi A R AMnosl0 411 i'u\·ll,: s a N 1:(:I(() C 1'1"TONS6-100 Malles No. 1 noel Ii Low ell Cottonls, for sale by STEI'ISON & ACVElRP , nov'1 33( n ;r ings, a,.l I bales Lowevll Lindsey', h eallling fromll ship NorA 11 ' fohr sal ' by ISAAC Ill/LOD(E &C(`), no 1: 31 /3(8l~i,.z6. (`I PERM CaN II.ES-r-l: 1 boxes ivue, 13e.:,,l l id ca ileti dngfo si N'an o i-lob iSAAlC It llO liU , B (/il, in;; l rlll shi n i n, fur sole by .1.1haf 1 oes do d I 110 lg. lra.. du do d0 1110 drulll- Figs, l·llldinlr, fa 'il e byF[ CIIA311'al.l N &e COOPE~rR, no,9 ti. Ju Iia IJLLOT 1 H E EAU--EII bbls Piilnl 13 read in star, nnil CII:S11'1.1N & C cl()PE'I, ullu9 2 Julia at r 't \CQ)-CC50-150 ps Ill lllliltnrurcl 'I'uir,-re r, of R. vriý,11 brand, and fr s.1 le, by Lirr sae y S A BtI E& O nol133 1.gvzles C(amp SI. Theatrs. This Evenaing, Nr ovembr 13. Will be performed the imhnired Cqmedy of THIE IIUNCIIDACK. Inaster Walter, Mr. Fredericks, ir 'lrrraas , ~iehlrirg, .ltt(,~,Ii reran, irndrll, 4tarertt. Julin, Mrs. G. Barrett, herture, by the Orcllestra. After which the nacwr Vauldeville uf the LADDER OF LOVE. :hovalror, Ir G. Barrett, Suaanne, ire Barrett. Dress & Masquerade Ball, IVASLIN'GTON BALL IROOMI Str. Irhiliptreerl, beweeon liyal & tItrrrbrn. rlj itl3i eager alltre irreeve narid Itcl tIrrr,grareto [ lid ia Ince iricrlrds natd tlh pblie rie Iri t uit tire lelld pntrrnage Ilesto,ed onr him r or i several seson*, re rrrctfillly illnrllls Itaelll thlet Ihe esrablihmeellt tIes ierrt elrlrrge.I for tile llls le llen at of vieritrs, cid Ul dergrole immrlelser I'rrnirs. The bar will Ire aurtussed try ntrntr ill ( urnlity oIi li;(uorsie nd thr e I estrrrrtlllt il be Ie t biy the atlrst iResttlrlrtr rr i!t tie jrnited rtratet. 'lit rrorrlllr ili re-ripen oil Suturdray celltlrrg, 3rd u[ NtOYPllllrr neXt. IrV a1 (t. INt tltlt ;8 & MASQilADE I.AI B.lL., elld will tlke rilace as uuail evtery Moniday, Wellnel. da Rlad teatrdry Orreeirg, (rl8iri the ae.sar, hlhch iall n tt ut ire tat Of ulty, 1311. N. I. Thie reaestr attention will be pail to keep erig iefi'ot order throughout thie eslablihmerl, ae s was donla rset aecaso. 1X CIIAN(i.i I.IAI)ING ltr liM))l. r iTtlE irrpriretr tat rr-ltrteri hirs lLetlrltt r.r ,irr thrr et. (tIllnrlrr errh.tallc, Corrrtr ul Ureeler and St. Ctarles rtreet, sO the ti e ttst manlnltlr. Ie rirhes all trri e nrirleital ,urii r s irr ' the Ullitllt r trtrrl, Irrevrrrv rtilv eald tllte. trlre c alltdla,'rexas ati Mealxi -i anid Ilnv nlla, to14 rllll i rrqrlll arly Inld e xternsiv h, .11 i .liel! with thelal e. ,1(*11:llrl ~l l lllll toIIIl8 I.owl'R Iniets, cr3 PFire's Prh.Crrre. r lt. Aie ilrh nerlrIy lr1 the Iterrrar Per, dirnir of thr diyr ahice re tr er"" Nrhlicr tior s rr the i lrdatl ,'d n hnr , rVair ltr rr ,rrrtlrllrllitrl ieviwS nand Illhe kwrdi f hlllcnr ille. 'Tl N.rd A u.rirr ,l n r l .r e vierTr ; ry e olll Tl( irl Iitrer rel 'nii k a geerrnr, Arrrnrrran rrrrrtnirblytrrntiyte Minceruv1h Ivckrll. 'Ill'hlt. lljl rI.ltij~ll~llla/ill el"1 ,. i(l'l(,u,. e l~l j( Y rs ',ntcet r]inere ar lnimer tre, cRei ew, n tr * ieryir y iT h mlot' l l llive & inlell lge nt lvn s., ll ectos II ,lIno , Ol i nI. i r a rer rli pc u yrlr leae r'll. ' c~i ti rltll* l il4 ItJ~ l) -iD]llll? ' .llll t ir l 'o¥. le. rTIllleaparrrir.le lals the lnrerrlOf inrrlrm I'rte rtlr - sllrtes, I t lle hta ' . rrrrlr iVeI (r er e r s rr ner r lltvrr t cr11h ire errrrrer rrrrr ,lllall n I ti rinll errtl lll illiltr llor .x ll(II'IIW.' ., PiC 1Y ho lltl' e I rr'rr fI'tl Lh lhire trite. ti ~itl t'l¶nin e sllh ctlllls 't a e ftlli ' nl3d Ied riI. int on dSCANiAN, rllvl t~Ch.rierrr rr hrrr iIrtie HreI - .inltrrst lhrnt ire hirrra reericr'iv.l aret ~i) ~l+l¢ t ie+ nte~lall+ e i~t nlteritl r 1 n i.s , hit h lai r I ace l ii ~ lllly al ri nirrterit, cee l t. "rpireer I' tiC, ANI.AN, earl . trCharercreer T ( 111E'I'II'I\:-l IS barrels rpiriil rfur lrpentilo oadingill fruit ship ll I'rrdlollll it, liersulle byV JAIIVIS & ANIIDIILlS, I),lgir l or26 co Common &l Le TClllllit olllll It (j r I l X 'tS-'20(l,(l' U l'ri. All' superior puditl now 1ýA1'XN%"'i.h Sl-ll litr. anI U""lll Ill.. 4. 1I III Il ofn prim Ad ity, I 't ili a r l SUll ILIAN1 IIA\RI4. nova 33 ('rovier st R (i a 4 1. 1 ml: ( '1: I I iE A nu . l , v I I' l , Y, S U) IiANC('11 Xil), 1 1' ·\'f():~- 11 I I11o l1 rl- No. I & bl(). Soap, of Iri fi1 1 . In \'o ( r I 1 1 b e 1d ' Fall , ru i t i\ l 111 " Id 11111 led 1·1 -i I lit, pure artic e. N 'I'. II.\ti l 7 4 I ( Nl(54' - Iii I ll · '' 4 v; er II ..' I n uel i,, l sl4 r,,, :,,3I . ,la :+"r1io t 1 r Il I lll to - , to cl u+ '" no lie i I 1,1\1'111:,1IF) XXIII \ 1i11 IN [)i 1' 1%' (III nlb74N''A I"''"', of a - i, t py 'or oflit .oor k .I II·t'A'' b i' p od. . 1;:11 t 'Ili !I l ll1llorr l Illll c 4(1(1 1.oIoS,:I in "Alp" 4. (4,,y Il., N~ Bd laid, f1 ir luf u X, h;+. du, h..r .+(l, by 11'1-:II -J , r,",-e tr o f n -:,,- , 1't, , ,. u I)fJ` I) AlA:I I' I`n ('I1,V I .SC,'t,, '((Y('1 4,1,1ll I i,+ Ilil;lll) Pj'..o,(( (I Io~o'o, U~n-on' Vlr leo,'ndlsI, SIu :, ' . d',", Ad for l- e l'y 1;I:,~A6) 1E:\' 0,, t t 7+111, to.. Iull il r.I1 II(Iri, tlr r J XLVI'! N' ANIIIF WAllr W1oh.oleiI-Ag lllr I lill ll-j s ."I...'l b ((i I 'lr ·ll .1'S, I~a rg\ 11 E, 1"7 th 4I ll - I,. No. 7;1 I'o "dt ;t' ,nex, All ,Bich plate a lemr, ha wlll be kept open lCIIIny l X) &_to k 14.1 IS', '141'IBe 1r. 'I'h nsr for Mobile and further East, will he pal i nlu r h Pu' t OffIce' at 11u ile. ,, l vl F,). L.\N() III CIIIII) , TII1:~ ~ ~ ~ SUKE &:RJIII ('Ul~lC )lllI), 10 'ES11111:)IlI.\".1- 'uw lon i , fool sin s 'fill II.t ldrr nod CoLNtb N 14N'.:f, ucl It- C of tp e e r 1114r Iv 111CM) ouNre'S d INIIIANCI Oli12ICI2 ,., lyfi tt lh 4p41i t ret,,.. ; ii .'oo .'dt,.diC,,,tlk 1122 AViS 1. II'dered., , d'd,' lo I u,'. 4OtA(0PAo .(eit('AS, IphtAJ(tnf ino,1'5'id, c lotg l 'o'I~o l4O.OoIliI. 11()11 '1',45 ,'A,(I,(lll]ly~ 1~l Ael eki,., Alum, 1Ne - pop awl Ch Io,,Io:.u 1,1111, 'wea ry boxes R ,' a lf·r 'I'onic llnck ixtur ;3, Poe ___d lngr "4mp ('lu,o,i"])e, (ai LI jor~int.Oi AltAontttttat4,Ae.'tid,,e5tOda,4,,Ayolll I 'O siS-Mod ,Ia ,,, Ic ,ot 11 W te b r ty PrI II & BNiDll), al e.CI t U, ' :l ltt s rL l kY. NOCI~lt tlrotr, C.rd I~,4'l& II-.~,d.nn of No. ,, 'll. ,, I((es theC IFittlt'r, In ,, ,toleOi. at4(' ffo rnr oeb (A'.o'rl ,,ri iL'rr'qIr.'dlyl..,i4 itor,CLE( K II SJIIAIIIISOX ' 0,"1:30 N ila ·Rxno k Ilollm sn et 0(1"; 5I, X.\', ';(J C"'. b .pm of 1 Co t'I Atf (!l i,'e..1I",: PN'*,n.., It,, of," fnr.'o' C '.' p ot d f AN g 1 nei- in, Andx l Ilnl-a; rli o ulrlltilule Aperient, u r reaunr d geuuillll j ust iclcl' dlly ) by flpit, Witribrh 0:1!741 C1w s V tcrrl·he immufactory of I' It Smith & C o, ran,)risfng O,'l('As.. In puttthe flluw ing_: extra polishing no 1, IIII rlyil to X; '~I. (1(0 (. e 1,4 iIL'ni; no 1 ,1. S a'd fie INC' lIu. kuspjboc tait 11 2 I. NIi.CL:- I taC ,Iss. loll I'.'oFIREMENi'S'IoNoUANC OFFICE: . LI':A('S~ A \lll(iAl'o HO I"' i~Il('X' S.'t''ti,'ell l b I ' u.' tempoIrar Ily (emov A Ret dtA io 45 to street, U nxl lu i t h tler,un.n, drl,.hy rs Bank. In~ llII(A:l~ llt PI,'cnL-''I\C.~ rlr1:i~ est lel &pur i1rr111 i2S-111 AIOA uI ol5, -NIdO ran A fl&EI'NGS \"1)It I,wnLi L Ia4A oowIl ,l S $heet II ugs, and 101) 1 bu lhos fine flrntp-50 r Dril fings gfrom sip U orLE Ide by IS.,AC B1PlL()Innon C'ayINN,' 13Al- ,i'tAAt''dnN Alocn ,j.t \' Irnrnrlp:I, I AIetf, nINArA3A t no.6i 8L'AAII,/ . uf wc S i o 00 , teni, -ent. 2 iA ; fu 18. , Au I'l Ulib & D IILLATI&C,

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