Newspaper of True American, November 16, 1838, Page 2

November 16, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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POUT* ¶,j NF:w uI~i~lKINS. CL.EARANCES. Novem er IS. 3 hin Colimbhia, Waed. favlelott., Texse. ciaeio.ephioe, Joh e.,n, foe Phiiteclpllie. Lrkschird Hoery, SLturtsvaet, Natchez, Mis. ]bii. ..onmett, Lewis, Tamph~:o. to muster. Zi orodtor, Wel~b y, New York. AaeKKVALS. Tosthet Porpoise. Dvi, ferom the Posse., proeesded dowr. ighti ceteeteurted et toe, with .hlp Pctitetteed hcig osee .. LeAN E Pa.. 12th, eta p.-One .hlip inthli e itc4 hrig Cethareue in the Rier.Toeboat Orempuc w--gS-P-'esu whsn the P 1.1 Tine Tiger, I.intett frt p the Rlic., went done flht heo1¶e hi~lhipufenlorat-steec etc LeftSWIPUne14th.ct 8 eport. ehtp L,.nd ,vt. nboi lclldeiih - pitt- hUenlg new i. the r' " i U#Itlrmcn. Whitney, fomt Boedefoc~leghd th Oct. fl)laleealor y fitoy s 0 dyst.fi'.lUverpool ead Savcnnah. tq N Weld&o. & tot ".hip Porehenos, Weodhe y. 1i8idee fros Boston to MaH'ar. brig Keoheea,.-Wcieh, 4,5 days fioe Mele. te J W ZfCbee cis. tee. --' + Ueitvehoe, A~rnosg i days fom e acnr to Forodlll en. SehetWm AtleaO.tfdss Om Nestlee, to Msteer. St~m.*.m*.lo.,., rom l'ut,,. R,,u:e. - Iec-iRtoaitogoe. ltn, et-r Btyou o aro. COMMERCIAL. " latet intge. Kjtt-to5 . ... II Wuchisetee.Nev.S .. cw hor ...e ,... t. 8 a Clncinntiedo...........S P-_htladelpk Not ..;......- --Ierndeille. do............tO Diiet-eorco ..........dt Li:o[.ui. Not-......t... Uesteanh. Nove...... IP.trpool, Oct..........S S;oiete (ltsoe) Nocc..... se[t-risOt .......... 3 Iteccec, NIS ............ Ct-endoA. do .......... S Nuehsil,, Ntv .......... 1 Htee do............... IMPORTS MALIOA..Per irig Kenbnwo..ctrgo, Iron, pt,-tr, brandy, r wne +t frllt, 505*V..Per .lhip Pcrtbehoc. .e.cgc. esc'i edee. PIciSAU ..Pcr eer Wc Allou. cell.eoce.. ek. poretr, itt Pnc pipee, eote tede, end I case do. ut0- I1, eopper. to Yorse it Ree. A J i Deni-toun . fId EAUXI4~. o W eils. Heed p" Hind, tnd order. E P s Crtcan..soago cine, biandy, diy goade,eOl, cot-he, hat-dee ted eecrheedise toIc H Thome aeed Poujelt Se,. LIVERPOOL..Per illi- Stentor--oRsgO 1462 etch. ccce - 5151 do tile srte to master.. I7XrOBTS. HAVANkA-Per brig ithkoe..cergo 859 boxee itloeg, 2 boiesec *weoeet tcect. 684 boies ee pith sotrih.ce sbor S Ippaser eeers c alees tpecie, to e D Liearde & eo, horetel & Brotherst -e Deltilmt , I. L.e piree &Co, D Mirando, JQuint-ne, NNDetore tlo .ad order. GALVEOTON--tPer cteat ship Columibit--Crego 1I itoxe window glees ot-n ctdey csnle iota coffee. tltur- sht-oiey. b-ndy, wstie, dry eoode, &c. to eHeed t co. PHILADELPH IA..Pr, bieeue Joeephi..ot-reo 5;7 lbfoc of cnt-nel, 2237 ptgs leidct-t 72 pcketes mdz lto AD Docner. NATCHEZ..Per brit Rieht- ard c l- .ro--cergs 14 ibtxes candies. lID tcsls, 9.d i- bag - c sltc and sundrs lore mdz. TAMPICO--Por tri- Sto-rt.-ec a~rgoeg 72onl iros l to mtater. NTEW YORK.,Per britOenlorset..corgo 12ithd c.ugir uted .50 bbd.'lnaollne.. IECEIIT- tF PRODUCE. iejeou Saro..Per s-c-t-tr-ton fita-t..os. hales cotton toGoylo & Pt-aot-l, 123 Ito B i[andcty.lay 0t- Ice hiV Otltloy, 6.o Talyr, seCart nsrt " rel'o o do i I Lot, -9 do A Rit erde co 40 do l.omotcth .- Terhtt-yon, 39 do Bien neett Ferridny 4o0.23 do Brckeh, Pi-stt & to. 0t-W Fitm -lwcr. 3.) do Cnnnor -e4 riidloy, 2,do Cealt-cll &l ticthv, 28 do ILane, Fotaint ei co.-26 A o lotlrt- e.e .o do PeyroostAtrioue l Co, 19tdo Carulhtro, ];trrls t co, -t do Acrlloin t& Huii. i7 do Hi t hits & ct. At do Alitit- & Treout!t. i5bo Rigtold & Ccmmock, 3 t-o L .tCoorpener7 An.2 tleJ·eAcce-rt , do Ioarrc-, Cieog & o, 5 do J Mtlooer acot. 5 do A Loedous & to. I bol V Dcsld, 3 hrltetd i btR T -B-eoet-rdt 5 brig ie I demijeohn, Peteroux, Arciel & o, llt-rolty co|t-,, brhl potreeoe ned lot ol elll·. owners on b<+ard. Bcton..Per chlip Parihenon..J 'rhytr it Co, RflS & lIew tborn, J Bridae & Ot WVletridgo it Co, Jarit-c 4 Andrewe, CIalp & co. A - t Gitv- Adaets & Itnrtetll, s o Brtot -i Co, Carine o eMttlt-ltt.-, II Lynsc. W I Tomtkilnt& to. Burf +Watt 6 re. R Whbeeler. P i\ lee er, Patten b" B1.0 les, ina & t o;oW A Vildtl, J o o.rret. p t J ierguon. C lashc&, 8 A Beidsc, Bfise ' oo, A brect &Aeo. Chase it Ditey, Ee.ohns eo. J M Whld - ct-,c G IlewG d st- . FroI t &t-c, ot Gloeiec 4 co, J W C IJousoloa \V G .Jewes, Frolt &r co, IIr Mor=. olltrd endorder. Iltoe RAt-c..Ptr st-omsr Stmatphnre..cnrgn, 198 hillte cotton C Totedno, 43 dn A Ledoux e ,to, ,3 do Fplhlis. tIel I 0q t lI)eglot., 74 do Adelete. 4. 80 it-ll, 69 do Kirt-iati AhtseSithy 6. listtno, 4E do Coldwell & Htietey, i hhdesuger end 41t -ris ntlt-tsto A tlourin 8o. 7 h ostoheeo Peltersc & Mlillard, 1 .ero and e ucc dries J P Fsraeetsundry o oops cLiro I,-c.ItUees hrl.o aointcs, owtr- O n cs oarcio d; 2Iorses owners cc r, hot-d.2t.trl- sutear, bieIs corn rc d S dootijolhn.. Follnin, Ielloelq D6 tllos. 2 fist itats frot Cinricntli--140 dhis Sotr- nd 3I tonse CUteIcgs. 'l'oti it-st-.s.y l.eodse- t-I others. Aontutky..Poer lt boltc--100elaeh olts nod ceorn. PASSIENGiE Rt. finoeisux--Per ship C-elon--ll Thomas enoldon nod Pou jet cod soi. Tsompico--|lor brii Snmerle--tO5 1S S soldiers. Iestot-...ltir pshi ParDtellnn..J Bl-oo.jr, A J nrown Ccp Ionae Gingere. IR II Sixes. J Pat-ct. N IlunL 0 D Bedfeord Ile-'l HuSet, ntel l siteergse. fiton lInu-e..Pot ost-tet- Sotlncjtltst-o..oesso. Thomas 5ourry. Jao-l,, Soltonler. Joe Kollt.cTp]on -tt H p tntot-try Ant-ince, . -clhmit, C lht-dtn "I, t-rtic. J Ulliort Filt.. Jolcn uitolo, P Pot-in, l-Itlelt Gc-its., Itnlll~t. A StRort-n, J P Mliller alll ·iel. C Del'Rlnhlons J ,4 l~'llliams l.o ~luis Mrlin, C T-olh. Tl T- o-rea ,tlelh It- Cololh-. J t: -Irt hull-sd. c I 1t-c iras,1 fil tiot-tit. o-id let-Iy, Pic S lot til I)tRicittd~otet- r leT lV filua.r-ot. - r Sb 'llnt Sir Pt-leelly, lIyIt-olut, Wbllts cad dt-y, cld 1s on tieit. act--ue S;,cr.+ or u-.-t,. nt-s c,,n Reuco..J Roaon IR Sti'tt N Dulyoecs. It atlot--, it-\I ttit-d+I:t- Ctlet-sit-too. i1 Oct-itanct. St- Conrod ,-W t- itt- .,ltt , A litltll- o Jnll I'illl.t-id Jl, l.it' N il Dollen e w r. I Olrrf C(ItI(', (l, lil'.tlel : ',8/. J itr1her s.('ln l) J S Gttroo t. It iKnt-si it- t nl t--.tt- i.-ldy. sel ectll - .vI, dl t Dot-to fit et-ti t, tt-tott-ltl t-H,. .ihl ct.t lilt 6. S1,,t-tes Ilt-ito .lsld Lcoet-t, dActgiltto it tot. J1 it Iet-,i .9 I t-its.. iIMFIJOAN it-A. 8hlet-yit-tt-" Nt-c titih oct-c-, bit-i t-it-.lol cc itt- Slot, wlti painlted porlr, IlIn,.k sterll, ail itI,*rrnlart andl how, ,rit staledl llg.otct-l cint I-:st --111 oct it- ft-si st-tVO t-ic do-eh. Ilith, eto a .cbonnlr n~hor· nlror 81htnd Key. Sichrtt-lst P11-s1 c o ipt-i hi-st " fit-it-rllit-ctr. of d trftm ioston, nift-i l-rrc I.hlcll s It-set-i, t-to sitt pllrt. Brlg Ivctlltot fros It[otl-lsl Itft pn co(1t- [itt 'Ft.pXee Olirfet-t of otew YVt- io itt-r solld u,,cpt-tr-is; c-hr leovln Jtsoet. Wctst,-ctr, ft-t Nt-w (lt-It-cts . ct-,l 5,i ott-to, ile,irs, ;.r Not-t cnrk; osito l~int-c-i, ft-t Neott t+clctt,--l-; -hIttp ltleot, iat hcew Orleall s ill ntf,, t d--ty ,- ic-r( h: l hllttl-o nIt-stlot- fot- Sitd ..delphii ; i rhr i rttn,'it Not. -cI thIIh. tiot N-l ()rIttln-:c ft-ch ;, e; r 'Z R {rl,rin;. I.,r N.+w (irlln.l; nrlg A E 1)l'l1coll i~r Nes Orsi;ons. i1h, ut Ii P it t-- 2 t- icis ·t-tt Olsi blet of tcr in sight, ciI lioulrllith bount cu lesto CtuT. scI.ot tillg to order Lrom Eltl-ead. FOR HAVRE! " The A 1 superior fast sailing ship AREA TUS.,, (C ilmiu ,now,. will mert with imllntdi n lo deme pat. Fio psatgroonly, having very han:.ot-.c accutmmodatior., pl.ply to SLEVI H. GALE, n'r 16 93 (ouon At. ('1i I, I';RPI)L1.. '. The n 1 '!lp AOHI'TRO, Totti, t.Inter, a i. u Itr itadhr ramiro enr rgd,-'il have dis-e Inn wil lr hurll e q i nck d,? Uf'b (irig F r frI.slt r, ni - cagt, lotviig eoile rttbie fatilini w bricnodcaios, J Oip. p!;a t,: h!a etplain hit banoe, cr to LEVI HI. lALE., ensinv t 9i n t'lnllrlm st. "lFU t)..pI N. T. Titfa t hip OhIll), CItterI, Itoltarr. ; g h ie ont offlier fargo etnged, will have dis pamtclh. f'or hala of t'tuight or icarnge, op. ply nll board, or to liTET;iON . AVE'i:RY, TcE Iubrie ofIll titholet.le - , ii NE1\ Y'l1IiK. theoil tollowing o wit brit J E"iSds.i• Capt. .p t.\a, cill sail ih a trt drys; for paw oe HATr - an mlakin silks, s lao.ittv I oo., u 100 The A o ald fort tslind izlc ld rit Os. ply 50 do Irdo ;. 50 d.io. P xtratt BlaclRu. I.. K;.tr . i 100 do Mu srkrar dth!ouev for broad an, narrow S tveFt i. Be Ctliteotitl, Armnd DutithtIIr, tiallt,, .''rouod, Freyd & .Johtn, Ctatrri, 'orel, F' Veter, r.trcgneet per chip Ville da Pt ', w ill pitaoo call at loth tu ibr'aof-Picl k, Polih Alril's hats. LEi II AL top, nm,t l 93 C-onon At L'TIlE Sulteorilteri oler no whuletoli Milita HATS-1 s moleskin silks, as. mbeorted size aard cottnim. t100 do do Nodr do dot 100 settr helt No :t, ot.urtt'd Pios anli brimls. 0 do Hearer, I a n N erw rk rtic le 50 to E'itrhl do 900 do Black nret White Rttsia; 50 do Extra Black Ruosci; noice do M. G and .e'onh Plushey d b and narrow brims, ftr Lever nod tountry trade; t do Allranksnofmilitnrn & naeI Chapttte; do avl.iltdrer silkand ittlsia Hats, oil sires. C•po_.-..Fnr, Otter, for Seal, XulOria, Maskrat, and hair Seat, in two dozen cases. EScalte H.tl Cloth Copo-Pickwic, Polish Acril's hot EI peY Hha. n iers r ale b ntl, rvraorage, MilitAry EGA,e sale do Leather fttgittng. Children't Fancy 'Iurbana, Plaid otd Vtleel Cope, r Freoath patterno. Stock.-Sat, Sik OB..aC Pom aea in toe, andt Cttdtco. . embrella--slk aind cotton. Military Ptlumes, oid bilk. I SIlk HiandkereltietiaPongee and Spitalttlth.I c Baadbooettt Ibr IlrtwoordocaestItttitl fbloe 'drygtoOtdl. Thsbe ahoe h good omtieo a larte stiloEk, ttl allI oftholato otltiteto, antid will be thti at a omail ad-I waoeccwith cost and charoes on New York prices. 'rtht smbheribers will take trdora for otttth,ern, wes'ceo and Tntaanaarketa, for the house ofA It tneottt & Ctt., ltnt MalnUfacturers, New YIork, natd at tho eltrot p1ssible C notice. Geratno and French Plobatt boughtt. a (OtSSIi' & CO., Ncavl. tilitary, nttd Fashionable ilHttere, r " Eh xchange IHotel, r ov14 • St oiurleb sc --E MPTY Hhds. and 'ierces, for sale by t and 'J'iTSON . AVERY, nelw ? b_ _i ravier aet bhy AhIdAPPM TltKBR, bonA. 40 PoItdra d trnoret. SIH B -51ABRAiAMBIKRIIR, sle G-W.WG TOB..CCU---.l boxes in Minre, and fr, v' by ABRAHAM TRIEPI, A"vl$ I-' , 40 Pay drea a .I --;P~iO s e aort ert Pay'iJoo tocoito. d J D BEIN & A COHEN, fl So Cuutmon ;t ii TRUE AMERICAN OFFICE. MBO-17K(a JWk Nr iPRK reW In connase4t with this Office is a SPLENDID AD iExt(.t IVw E ASSORTMENT OF TYPE rtm TaI PRtTreto oP SPamphlets Blank Check Catalogues Bills of Lading Labels, Dray Receipts, Legal Noticeq1 Auction Bills, Bill Porms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bill Circulars, And every descriptasIa fJob Work thas may be reqaired. [[iThe proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the public to the above Card, and assures them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done at the short est notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and at the lowest rates. 'HIE 'TRUE AMERICAN. EDITEID ba Jlses GIBMON. FAITRVFUL AND BOLD. flIW f1 LEANliV: FRID \Y, NOVEMBER 16. I THE WATER WORKS. No one can, for a moment, dispute that the tear. ing up of our pavements for the purses of the water, or gas company, is a nuisance of the worst kind; being as incnnvenient to the citizens, per sonally, as oneroas to their purposes, generally The pavements now in nee,when once trn up can never hbe replaced with firmness; and therefore i, it abundantly necessary to avoid it, as mach as possible. We are aware that it is occasionally imperative,but when we find it so constantly done we see at once that there is some radical defect in the original layinr of the pipes. This is pal puble to every man's common sense. When a Gas company drives a four inch main, and in ae yearalter takes it up and substitutes aefice, which again gives place to a z.r, or eight, it is not only an outrage on publie convenience, and public pror perlty,hut betokens ill thc institution so operating,a co,,tteptlble parsiorrnyg or a want of ordinary fore sight. 'We do not assert that the Gas company is most to blameh : on), we are more disposedto think, from constant colmplaint, and frequent informlation, that the Water company is the party most in fault. We are told that the pipes they are now driving must inevitably, at no distant period, be replaced by others of greater calibre; and thus the pave ments, now forming will have to be torn op, and so inevitably destroyed. These things vitally concern the puklic itterest, and the public have a tight to demand that sueh precaution be used as will-so faras human foresight goes--prevent this oneruas result. It is particularly necessary in a public estabhah enrclt like the Waters works, that a c'nmpetent man, and one bttt a corn petent man, should asperintend the Inying of the pipes. We know not in whose control this matter is, but are led to treat npon the subject by seoeinga ten inch main being laid in Ram eart street, where there should be, at least, a Itwelve inch pipe. The charter of the Commnrcial Water works, make: it inlterative on tile companyll thet trey should supply the city at all points, tp t aln elevation of 15 feet. Now as their reservoir is but outme 94, or 25 feet high, this re quires thr utmost circtnispection in laying tile pipes, and an intimate knowledge of the eature of fluidsr when carried through such a nmdium. It wants the nicest possible arrangrlrment of the bore, or calibre, of the maias, to supply the city agreeably to tihe charter from a reservoir of such trifliug elevation. It is trite to say "water rill find its leviel," yet if a main running from the works to Esllinnede-alreet ie stopped at Canrt, and on opening he madie equal t to th dimensions of the pirpe, how is a supply e to be otained both at Cantnl t. and Esplanade tsl The nearest one to the fountain head is sure ttorcrrotither watrr--then what is rt be comoeoftlle ower? T'here nlmst nenesarily be required a large anlld elevated head, willh a careflly graduated or raogement of pipes, to insure all ndequal supply; and none hut nilneft ient aild prctiral Init aea.n see to tihe. Ullllnifoid Imtters. e .Ios we re observed, we know not it wlhom this ptower is vested, but having taken so nac live a part in the Ilotitng of our city, or feel holred to lrge tlhe neces-iy of a IiInst carefl sullperintendence, so cs to prevent oulr slreets being constantly turn up to rem 'ly the errors of ignoranlce, or tile parsimony of tilly. leryond a very skilfil arranlgemul in gratin ating tihe size of the pilaesr-in seei." to theo makiug of itring applrtrrnes hr te supp ly of public hydrants, or p iatep ai<trIcs, it ia in pertlliv'ely neceisary to see that Ih Ireservoi- is Ivery way ndeqatle to the demands of the Cily, andllth irqrlgirellente of toa l hair ter. ITnecom pao·y is ibund tor spply all individnls, even to an elre vaoion of lifrtn-n ti,et; to furni-h walalriu case of fire, asol to irrigate the ertetns rcpi awsly, and at all required times. Pilpesof large capacity, say 16 or even 18 inch es bore, are articles of primaly i:.rtortance, but tihese are useless without some practical intelligence super. intend their ramifications. An exrperienced inan, to overlook these mechanical operationls is alike dtemandr od by the interert of the stockholders, and ti righla of the citizens. We know not whlrte dulty suh rore may be, but certainly the 'resident of a Ilank is any thing but a fit man to regulate the mrechanical details of public \Vater Works. It, PhI'iladelphin, though the wrenlks are generally es teaomed t'c most perfiber in ihe [Union--anDll althoughl tihe head of the Rserveoit is elevated 6 t itr, there are entire dtllrirt., whiere watercanlua he drawna at a height of 15 feet, nny, where a supply cannolrt in obtainled at all. Adr why is this 1 not from any want of water at the head, but from the want of a head in laying down the proper pipes. The citizone, dwellirig in and ahout Franklin square, fI r instance, are enstantnly complain ing through the papers, of ar inadequate supply. Were s.cih the case with cts, the Comnercial Bank's charter were juatly firfeiited, yet how nrteh more likely is it to happen here ? Tlie ionusk has the pIower, if properly oxercised, of realizitg the objets of the Legislature, tilhe inshes of the citizens, ntnd the interests of thire stokhold ert: at lthis cannt be done without It angents. Le nlot rhe President suppose the pnwrr to will, necessarily arrie s with it thewisd om tractt. e, tlt ftourr streets ie orln lp, and or panveamrnts de tryedi, bhecanse igo o ance i p cheaper thancapaciy, or pnwer dclights in part ronage. WVHIGt TRIUMPHANT! THREE CHEERS FOR NEW YORK!!! HURRAHI! U'RRAH!! HonIAH!!! "-t iehurly burly s done "-the battle's I st and waon." Victory las perched on the flag of the whige, and freedom triumphed in glorious New York! Thecauntry ise- d, and well may every son of Gotham feel proud of his native city! it is our nan tiv' eity,-regeneralttL, tleenthralled, relormed New York! While it was tied to the charier wheels of the Agrarian's car, while it was registered as the strong hold of loeo foco levellore, we cared lil tie to boast that it was our native pieCe, but now that it has risen in ts might, since it has cast from it the dotard that bestrid it like the incubus that rested on the slroulders ofSiabad. we feel proud to claim our parent eity. tA'ot is the owiter of our dieantent .llade glorious summer by the sun of ('1ete) York. S'hakespere improvred. By a triumphant majority of from 1300 to 10 10 the whigs of New York have elected their enrtire congressional, and assembly tickets. The em pri. um city will stand represented in the Ialls f V Washe ington hy four of her m.t at otltghltened anse, he r delegation in the state legislature wi1 Ihe free from thesmallest admixture of toryism. iVan Buren i renounced by the principal city of htl native state: his dynsaty is prostrated, his rtule is st an end; and his hateful sub treasury scheme for uniting tihe pure,and sword and te rd, and hus trampling tn tile liberties of his country, is denounced by the enlightened citzreuns of New York. Her future representatives will be, Is eNDoR'e. ouesn IHOrrsMAN, MosEs II. Gttt.NorELt, EtwARD CaulTS, Ja~aMs MsLsuOE. In N IATE LEGISLATURE. neratour.--(oBRIEL FURA.s. FOR ASS.MBLY. J 3tn I. Lta',.gr Noah C ,ok. Grurge W. Bru.n, Bantrl T. McKinney, George Zhrtskie, Ltring I). Chapin, Seplhn Potler, Thomas 5McE rath, 'Thoasr J. Dot le, John'tl H. Sc. les, Hyman W. Ctlold, Frcderck J. Peniz. All g¢od and true Whigs! ensems Io tile presernt ourrageous exrenaitn of executive pa'ronge, and risen s o t he c.l Stlte; ti n, and to tile liberrttisot rhe people. Teo follnwing is the renult of the pole, an near as could possibly be ascertained. The official as count will not vary much from this, though there are 119 split votes in the Sth ward to count. let, 1111 505 2049 954 2nd, 1712 405 1458 608 31, 730 1124 2034 613 41h, 649 888 2158 230 5th, 1229 744 2549 415 6th, 747 66:! 1897 I 7th, 10152 1340 3458 168 8th, 1742 1305 3982 92 9th, 1496 1063 3251 383 10,h, 1394 976 3371 288 I Ih, 934 578 2080 686 12lh, 286 330 12111 141 13rh, 898 818 2493 442 14th, 742 764 2198 28 15th, 1030 632 2099 813 16th. 715 739 1967 21 171t, 938 878 2321 117 16,404 13,445 40,683 3,894 2,171 This is a glorious result to he'struggle in the city and well may the whigs rejoice! The triumphant people of New York proclaim theirvictory to the whigs of the United States, and cheerfully will the whigs of Louistnna respond to the /cheering shout. Throtghout the whole of the night, and early morning, the sound, of triumph echoed through the illuminated streets of New York, and the Courier any,,-" at this moment-3 o'clock, a m ten thousand whips rejoictng in the salvation of iour country, and the political regeneration of our city are parading our trerets'with the stripes and stars proudly wavering over themn, and bands of musie playing our national airs, trom time to time relieved by the gralelul thurrahs of people who feel that they have burset asuder the chains of ty. runny." The " Whig" says, there ean be no doubt that twe have carned the Slate out and oul." The accounts from the interior were, of couren, not complete, but enough has been heard from the river counties to make it very probable that the whige have carried their governor, although such success is scarcely to hbe looked for, for elected as he was by 12,000 majority and retaining such powerful executive patronage, his hold on the state is powerful indeed. Yet there is a propect of sitc case, for Albany itself has given a whig majority of 600. From the city papers we extract all the intelligen.e received regarding the state. Westcheter County.--ln 1836 this county gave 1,399 majority or Vnan Burn. The glorious Whips hove redlied it to 732 as far an head- from, and will hritg it down to about 4011 when all thie towns ore heard from. As this district includes the Croton Water Work votero, the resutt is more favorable than could have bee u 1nticipated. Nwnee.Ro, Wednesday night. Orange Couty.-tDear fir--t Irstcn to give yiii the return o thlis coulty. In 18:16, Malorcy had 1396 major ity in this county. Now it is hare 139. Queen's county.--The probability is, that Ir. King Whig, is elected by a small majority over .lr. Hicks. Governor Mlarcy ratl er rtto alrhead of Seward. tINGS OOUNTI. Assembly Ticket-Offial. Whir. Lore Fmeo. Bergeo. Sitliwne. t.ott. Greenwooed. It rWatrd,trookly, r, 168 3 82oo. 1 ' " 077 278 335 3.6 3d 345 346 133 128 4th 4" 409 38 3511, 5thl 17i Ir. 462 453 6th I60 159 t34 132 th t160 159 136 134 fill, 18 iijorlty. t11it 52 53 39 3 Ituiiiwihk town, 52.majority. Fltiloh o10t 96 116 100 Flailand, 55 53 61 64 New Utrenblt 1 51 t 0O 129 Griveend, 08 P9 44 44 2063 2061 2021 1973 )rajoritie 5 5 2091 2,145 L.oit's majority over Sillincon, 30. do doI ergent, NL8. It WDEeri di (; reir~liwl, 1R. iit iman' mnjnrity over tCGreeoond, 16 Bergein (Whit) elaitedl. itt, (LLico itcr) Celcited. RICHMOND COUNTY. Whrig Tory C;,atleton, 120y St,ioIhld, 10 \V'0tli,,Id, 500 Northli ld, 920 eYnhos are estimated by tile Tories. The whips exiert more. In1 1836 Ithi county pgot a majori. ty il t2 for the whigs. It is ulpuosed now tilt it will he otllerst 1401. POUOGIIKEEPSI h JOURNAL, EXTRA, Wennornov Er.'t.Nin, .Nor. 6, 1838. The Duchess has det e It blt! The wiit iiajrity in the County will not be loss Iltho 800. Whig.-9 towns 1204 34 t Tory do 342 861 In 1836 this ronrtyv onvc 1716 majority for oMar. ey. Now 81'2 iotmst hiln. GIlortou DLuchee--give hier line cheers! ALBANY. W'nrds, Vi hie ij. Tory mnj. 14 240 120 3d 180 4th 140 5th 30 This is nearly correct yet we cannot voucn for it io the foull. n The lt/nl ill not vary 50 votes. (;GLEEN E. sep 'rtedi: Catlskill O50 Whig majority; Cox sackie 1 4 do. ULSTER. Sh11t1l moaj. Lore aoeo. New Pali', 300 Saillt crtie, 1I3 K,int'1, 1-8. - Wudsinock, 831 ROCKLtAND. Iloverstrnw endi Clarksto.vn are reported to hiwv etrn 3,0 Ir Marcy. In 1836 the eounty guve 690 Ior Marcy.o LOLUMSIA, hVli.. Tory Ihodndr, 91) - doGreen Port, 38 - Stockport, 15 \VenmsnaoY MnoeNINto, 10},'clock. A friend who came dorvt Itrom Alaoy last night handed ti thelollowing. There cull he no doubt but we have carried the State out and iliii. 'The reports at Alibay lasi ni ht, of thie polhn ut the north and west, show. ed that our lriends more e ery where active, in flre seirito, nd oarryin. every I thio bofore them. I giveyou tle reports 0athlered as we retie al,um. .on hlii maj. Tory maj. Albanv, 100 {"ejnimatte 200 Coxeackie, 103 Hlideout, 30 Cetakbll, 15l Bristol, 80 R,,dlhook, 30 Kingsaon, 124 Wotidsetn, 83 Ilytle Park, abohut l0 Poiuhkepoie, 4023 lnnmptno, 30 Dultheret county, 730 liorruh fir the Whtige 1 All right! Yours ever. RING, I)lNG., DING! 9ZGentlemen Loco Foceos and Custom House Oflicers, what have been bullying Whing into BRes on thne Ilection, cTPlease to call at the Captain's olffice ANo settle. IMPORTANT FROM CANADA. The Journal of Commeree of Nov 8 It, ays, the following aiter from a respectable gentlemen of thin city, now on a visit to Jefferson County, N Y has been put into our hands. It is adireseed to a vrnd of his, and io dated, ---- --Ji rtoSON Co, Nov 3. I wish I could aive You s0ome 1tuc ot the politics of this county.--There is some dis-astasl.etoun in tile Democratic party with thie mno itotin iti firon. son tIr Congress. Ilo voted tr Alleni tr prin ter to Cnenress, and at the exits session acted witl the Cutlservatives --T'h otlie D1eo tralr could not enidure that a conver ed federst't sibollld thus onuse their cuooidtece, and they notlliat,:d a third t ck t, which owill protl shly draw offenoug0h oft he lotrti rtlie vttes to secure tte electiuofu CGrioen den the Whlg enldultou. tleat excttemcllt pievils in regard to the mnll tteenet lofe ler t nI el, and te todilueote which "the panrout queltiiltl" Il have upon the issue. I seppo1 e you hardly know what I mean by the termr pa'rial-I- e it known then, that this frontier will a oi be a o heatre toward which the attention of this whaole ,tion not oly, hbut of the whole storld will be anxiously directed. For filly to a hundred miles frols the lines, from Mrine to De. Irll, the people are in coneternation,-those of them who ate not in the plot. A large proportion of the men, and among them persona of the highest standing and InltlligeOne, gentilelten of princely tfortuole and of every prolession In Itle, are leagued with itle patriots. Secret assuclatiolt are formed in .very town and nelghborhood-t-llmense sume of money are raised lur the cause--equas ul o en ire moving froml diltirent points and ploans to a tcmnmun rend zvonu known only to themselves. T:e irhabes of these ssoeiciations are iiound by I s ul n oath 'I in maintain h li coute of liberty trougho t tihe worlI,'" to he truo .nd fitttul too a brother Inn'er and tn rres-re innelane any secrets which may he conmmnnie.ttd to, them as such, &c. &r. There is an ssneciltion and a large' number of sworn members in New York city. Those who belntg not in the assorlltion are a mi. nority of the ,dalt men in this region, and know nothing whatever of the designs of the patrints. An impenetrable mystery hangs over their moev. ments-meetings are held in all panrts, and leading men of their number are constantly on tie move fion one place to another-nothing is /,mmitted to paper; all is communicated by epreiaol res sengers-There is a room i.t the hotel Ivhere I arr, exclusively devoted to them. One o their Gen. erale, by the name of . is nrow iere. The notorioua Bill Johnson is in this village and pro. bably in this house. A highly respectobltgentle. man told me to. day that he had a private intchvit w with him. It is estimated t hat they number 10,000 men in this county, and there are 40,000 men within 100 miles of this place. A distinguished lawyer told me to-day that he had no doubt that if Bill Johnson was nominated fir Congress in this count'! to night, he would be elected. l'these ansuctaotins extend throughout the Canadas. The inhabitants of the towns on the Canada side ol the St Lawrence River, are filled with the mont alarm ing feats. Tihe Kingston people are in constant expects ion of an attack upon that town. They have essayed to increase the regular force by offering large bounties to volurteer, Lut not an enlistment can be pr ,cured. They have tried drafts upon the militia. These are resisted, and In an attempt at Pesth to enforcee the drafts or compel the mi iria to give up their arms, sixteen of the regular troops were killed. Lower down the river large numbhers of Americans who are thought to belong to the Patriots, have joined the British armny the more effectulnily as is supposed, t, aid their friends in time of need. The Barracks at Kingston, it is reported, were fired day before yesterday, and a considerable portton of them were consumed. In addition to the above, the same journal has anoth er letter from ' Rousi Poitt,' 5th November, from which we extract the follr wing corroboration : They made their rise at Nepierville on Saturdoy last, said tto he about 11100 strong and it is supposed that they will attempt to take (dletown this afternoon or to night; it in most likely they will succeed, as the force to oppose them is but a small one of volunteers. They took at hapierville, on their rise, a number of pri sonanrs, and lodged them in jail, among whom was Hen ry Wehb, toy clerk, who happened to be on business, and two of the American citiena. It will of oursie throw basiness into confusion and stuspend it with Cnn ada,, at least for a few dave; but our American citizens Iregiving such aid and assistance to the bhrigand, that I fear it will get our Govrnment into trouble in the end. We ought to have 10,000 regular troops upon the lines to enforce onr neutrality laws The Nashville theatre has been re-opened under very favorable ausopices-Timorur the Tartar for instance. [IT The Ravels closed at Cincinnati on thei 8th. Booth was to open there last Monday, about which time Miss Clinlon was expected there. I17 The editors of Cincinnati exclaim with enthusi asm--W WE HAVE SEEN THE OGIRAFFE ! It is,no doubt, a wonderful animal, and the accounts of its beauties areas long as its own neck, nlthough not quite so grace ful or agreeable. [ETThe News says--" he waters are rising, o of ono! what a pity lie has knocked his [ out, we might elsehave flour, pork, and other confectionaries in a bundance. The lately celebrated race mare Maria Duke seems pretty essentially used up. She gets beaten Iy every thing ;--wa fourth only in mile henat-time, I. 59.-2. 0.-2. 7. N. 0. Mr. Sparks, is delivering a series of most inter easing lectures in Boston on American History. We sincerely hope the eloquent lecturer will do as much for the youth of other cities. No subject can be better. Ex uno disce omnes Alderman De Forest, a loco focr of New York, Itrought uip eleven voters to the poll who all refused to swear. The inference is too plain to need a commnent. Pymptonts of distrust-Yesterday evening about 4 p. m.the brig Ivanhor, Almy, r daye from Hla vann made f-tst to the wharf oppnsie the meat market. We learn from the enptanin that about p. m. on the 7th instant, he cnme in sight of two Iritish Irigates, and one brig of war, hound to Vera Cruz. What was the ohrjeo of tie Enoglish

government in sending this foree to Mlexico, we do not learn; but doubtlhrss it was to keep a wary eye upon the operations of their good friends fr.em France. "Wlhy did JIol Parker, leave his church? said a friend to ius while passing it "Because, said we, hie coulrd mke more by prerching abolilionism in the Northl than by itn sinuating it in the Soulth. 'In other words rrejined our friend, becn ur like Jason, he preferred thefl/erce to the flok. Dr Dnnean, oi Ohmt, atrendcd the fi-st race meeting at Cinvinnnei nid seemed in hiiih ferather but the meeting awitrh lir Neville entirely spnilt his sport. It appears that the bacernal bully though fond of repeating punch in a jog, has no fondness for duplicating a punch in the face. MISSISSIPPI ALL RIGIIT! It gives us great pleasure to announce to our renders that sufficient returns of the election in Mississippi ferState Treasurer, have been rereir ed, to ensure the election of General Brown, the Whit candidate, by a trium phant ma jority, over Colonel George R Fill, tie loenloco. Two other condidaores, a Whig and a Van Brren man e also ran for the some, but received a very smell nlmtber of voles. Elections to lill varnncies in the Legislature were also held at the sonme time in five or six counties. The Whigs in these also were triumn, phint. They triumphed in Ltwndes, in Nrxuhee, in Choctaw and in Laudordale and Kemper. The county ofMarehnall only, elected a Van Buren man. These elections, the Mississippi papers inform us, give the Whigs a majority in the Legisltoure, which will therefore elect a Whig to the United States Senate in place of Judge Trotter, (V. B.) whose time expires on the 4th March next. Well done Mlississippi! An eagle was lately shot un Rock Creek, Pa. whichr measured fromn tip to top of the winea, eight feet fourinche. Ile was Iit search of a stray Su treasurer, and died, like a hero, in hi country's Tos LAST CaSE.-Benl g that of a gentleman, seeking to wind up his watch, wound irp himraself and never perceived his mistake till his credtuors objectedto let him go on tick any longer. NEW ORLEANS Steam and Patent Bircuit Bakery-Waters and Hillman. No. 89, Moreau (near the Pontchartrain Rail Road.) Pilot end Navy Broad, Soda and Wine Riscuit, Sugar, Butter, Midlord and Water Crackers. All the above articles are warranted to be of the first quality, and to keep in any climate, being completely kiln dried. Also,-Kiln dried corn meal. Orders left at G. W. Priichlard and Togart, Jr. corner Magazine and Poydras etrenet, will receive prompt attention. Small kegs put up expresoly for family use. 15nov $12,000! Capital Prize. Tickets only $4. GRAND STATE LOTTERY Drawn rmobers of the Grand State Lottery, Class 52. 13, 65, 736, 6, 3, 12,5, 21, 72,2'4,51. C LASS No. 53. Authoneed by the l.egislatore of the Slate. To be drawn 'ATUlti)AV, Nov. 17th, 1838, at 5 o'clock, P. M. at the Merchant's Ex change. S. DAVIS & C:O. Managers. 75 Numbers-12 Drawn Ballots. SCHEME. 1 Prize do $12 000 $12 100 1 do. 3 000 3 000 I do 2 500 2 500 1 do I 200 1 200 1 do 1 110 I o10 5 do 1 000 5 000 2 do 800 1 600 2 do 6t10 1 200 2 do 501 1 000 6 do 250 1 500 10 do 200 2 000 10 do 121 1 500 20 do 120 2 400 158 do 1110 15 8)110 63 do 50 3 15) 6'1 de 411 2 520 63 do 31 1 890 43 do 20 1 76t 63 do 15 945 63 do 111 11:10 3780 do 8 30 244 23 436 do 4 93 744 27 814 prinze, amonntino to $185,689 Tickets $1 (0- Halves $2 00-Quarters 101. Paekagee of 25 Tickets for $100, warranted to draw at least $48. Peckages of2.5 half tickete $50 00, warranted to draw at least $.4. Packages 25 Quarter 1 ickete $25 00 war ranted to dlraw at least $12. For Packages or single rickets, apply at bhe MANAGERS' OFFICE, noelf 16 Chartres at L ANCAiHIIIlU I"'TrAlue'UE-2-O lhmpers Lan caahire l'aotaloee, far sale lv S & J'P WHIITNEY, ,olIP W 1 Cnilti at HifoALIl &IL,--30,l00t guile,, hale o, I, solebv V.l" i 6 J P WIIITNEY, mer16 6 Coali Pt MErAIRIE RACES. HrlHE Fall Meeting for 1838, over this course will commence on Monday, I 0th December. First Dg--A match for $2,500 a aide Ih. ft. four mile heat; Mlajor T. J. Well's namea hi. f. Extant, by imp. Leviathan, dam imp. Refugee, by Wanderer. Green& Simmon's naue b .c. by Pacific, dam by Sir Second Day-A match for $5000 a side, It. ft four nilh heeats. Major T J Well's names C F Beeswina. by imp.Leviathan, dam Black Sophia, (Blrminghan's dam) by Topgallaut. Green & Simmon's names c. f. William Herndon by Woodpecker, dam by Whipaten. Second Race, .sme day, a Sweepstakes for 2 year old colt, and fillies, seven asubsorenbers,. Jas S Garrison, CCS B arran, Ira Smith Smith, T Smith. Wm R Barrow, I) Stevenson,. Third Day-Two mile heats, C Puraeae $500 Same Day, Two mile heats, J C Purse, 750 Fourth Day-Three mile heats, J C Purse, 1200 Fifth Da--Four mile heats, J C Pure, 2000 Sixth I)ny-Mile heats, best 3 in 5, J C Purse, 700 Seventh lay-t-hree mile heats, Proprietor's purse, 1000 J.S S GARRISON, RICIIARD ADAMS, T'HOS J WELLS. novl6--tro ST. MARY'S MARKET STEAM FERRY. NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of an Or Sdinance passed by tile Couneil ofthe Second Mu. nieipality, on Tuesday the 16th tlay of October, 1838, Boohks of Suhasription to the capital stoek of $220,tt0, in shares of $100 eaceh, in said Compnr.y will lIo opened at Sr. Clharles Dimondl'a, No. 215, l'ciopitonlas street, on Wednesday next, the 21st instant, and will be kept open from 10loelck, A tM Ittil 2 P MI. Ten Dollars per share to be paid in cash on rubecri bing. By tie Ordinance, "porsonso realding in the 2, Muni cipality are only allowed to subscribe to tie atock. 1. 1tl(2I. C. DIMODIDI E Commissioners. N.B. A copy ofthelordinancee may be seen at Mir. Dimond's. nov 16. TO RENT. O1 NE of those vanbll e cad well situated stores un der the" The Veranodah," in 0t Charles street. ALSO, The store ndjoiningE. Jhno 4. Co., on St Charlr. street, and the office on tile Sd loor, and two offices on the 3rd floor. ALSO, An office on the 3rd floor, and the Ioft of the store adjoining. ALSO, Two oflies on tile 3rd floor of the Loft of tile store adjoining Plouhl's Mluseum, well odapted for a news paper, or Printintg establishment. For terms apply to GEO. WV. P'RITCHARD, nov'6--5t or Magnzine & Povdras at TO RENT, 3ARTof store No. 40 Poydrnsstreet. Apply to SAIIRAIHAM TRIEB; nov16 40 Poydra stt IArAPl'lN(i PAPLR-20lII ronmas in store for sale, h by WIIITRIIIGE & CO, nou2 67 Magazine at TIABLLE SALT in cases Ior sale hy nT It HIIYIDE &. RO, nov7 car Conmmon & Magazine C LItH'IlNI--310 cases sesonabnle Clotlhinl, com C prilingan assortment of satinct jnkets and pn. taloons; Derry and Cottonnde ants; ireaey wrlite cot too;Calieo, .ivepoot striped twilled, ndl Flannel selrtr, latding from shlip Dahloatio. for nole by ISAAC BRItDGE &-CO, nov6i 134 lMaazine at IAYS-A few CincinLati Dlraj)s hond lor ale, nov6 44 New Lever 'rlNE & PTOR'TER 11) J'l'IlIS-50 gross wine t and 100 gross orter r ttle, for sole by IttIl.SIES & MItl,.S, nnv7 Bllak Alley. s HItE 'l i.;S--2U0 c oe, I.harbod oltoeotlg Ulland 30 bales l brown do,.: for rule b WVHII'TitIDGE && CO, eovl2 711 mlagazine at 3 Sl'ON UIIAI ItS-Iii .otne sld for g,-oe hr .i3 AIII%.AIAMO TIt It, noel0 4li Poydrato a Ie*I OAS-31I00 7 I, boxes loorPit 'l'e, and GUll Spowder Ten; 17I1 1:; lb do do do do 47 1. h the-to l't'hl orl'e l, 41 In boxa SoluIlo g billn dinig Ilroll hllip Iane Hlick, from, New' Yor:., or sc,,lo h L.A\IfIIENCOE & E.llIENiN)RI., nnv7 ',?t &. 29 New Levere Ali:-71 i l, a ii ushtl Gunny t li lgo, it .toli, J TIIIYER S. CO, nrOn C f'r sale by 'A't L 1 V D1: & I it 1, T '1 It IItVIl. & 11I110, cov8 'cr lnellazine & Coollln st UT'PIlI-Ili ie (l.h D).iry Botter, of first B quality, la iding and lilr f ale by STrl'lI'O. S AVIe:IY, elnv7 NO1 Grnvier Ft That co lilrtable dwelliulng house in Pov. dlra street, Idjoining the now lMethodlst I Chllelh; it is oewlv tlit l anll fited up, and has every aeomnllodation fBr a liuily. Atpply to DUO!L0: (" MAY, no7 3 CUatoumlelet at TO MERCHANTS. E7IIERCIIANTS can hare a IBEoTIFUL CIRCU .n struck off at four hours NOTICE, byh alg lnag the Compting Rooml of TRUE AMERIICAN PI'lTInno OFFICE, St. Charles Exchange, adjoining the READ. IG Roont at Corner of Grevier street. FAI.LL FASIIION". 111 E shsecribers take leave to inflorm their patrons, and thle p ublic geer lly, that they are now pre pared to exhlibit their fall Ibhiouno. GOSSIP 81 CO, Fashlionable hlatters, Excllange Hlotel, nodl? St. Charles st lYb BUJnY¥ & UltUZ-'l'. f'aluoablh Real Eslate at ./uciion [TILL he sold on Tuesdaloy, 211th instant r1t 1 so' clock, at the City Exclhoge, St. Iolio street, _ FOUR VALUABLE LO'IS OF GROUNID, wiii with tile buildings thereon. forming Iherorner i..iJ of New Levee and ilunter street, immediately frooting the Orleans Cotton I'ress. Blildings ton this eligible site would now readily rent at a hligh rate, ad are much in dem.nd notwitlhstond ing thile mlary ioprolvlcerll now progressing in the vicinity, all of whic'lh re ngerlv enroagnd before fin islhed; all tile streets and lunquottes are already paved. 1Persons wi.t:ino to build Dwellings ot Stores have non fine olportnity o invect toroiilly their capital. Tihe plan exhlibited ot tito City Exchangl. l'erms will be liberal. Parti ulnrs at oale. nov 13 OX CHAIRS--IlO ooozen Blon Chloirs, juot re eoiced, and uithablo for shipping for sale at tte Louisiana Furniture Ware Rooons. novl3 WMl B CARNES. NOTICE. S ECOND MUNICIPALITY STEAM FERRY CO. T The Stockhlolders II thlis Company are hereby notified, that their notes for the 'Fourth Instalment will be doe and panable on the 15th ionst., at the (ltiee of the Firemllan't Inuranoce Conpany, No. 45 Canal street. noel3--3t LOUIISANA FURNITURE WAREROOMS No. 53, BiPnvlle sitret. W ILITAM R. CARNES, would relpectfully in. Sfrm his frienls and the ptblic tlht heis con stantly receiving fiom New York and Boston a good assortment of Furniture, such as mahogany chairsr sofas, bedsterds, maple and painted chanirs ample and cherry bedsteode, mahogany and cherry tables of all descriptions, bureau, toilets, secretnrvs, wriling dek, wardrotes of mnnahogany and cherry, wash st'ans, tookiNg glasses, leathers, bedding, &e. &e. N B. Furniture packed ar transnorlation with great oare. noel3 CITY BANK, Noveml,rr I ,Il, 1 38. r1hilS lnslittioa is purchasin g xchange on New SYnrk. ItOBT'. J I'ALFRI.Y, novl5 urhoiere. NOTICE. 1IlE subsriabers have ln is h ia y fhimrd a Co-part A erslip., udlerthe t r o a or ( f. WI. PritchrJ aid Jo. Tagert,Jr.,forthr transaction l the Gr(ocerv Biu tsiness, nd have located themsnelves at tile carier of olaazite aid Poydras streets. theyri will keei con -tootle on tInrd a general snt pply of ibmuilv (;roerien all siam bott soirea, ald solicit the patroItge of their frieads and tile pablic. G W PRITCHARD, JOS. TAGERIT, JR. novl--t1838 SURBI S'IONE-3001i runnin.g iret IS2i i chl; n-VI'I, TER & & MILLARD, nov9--Si HlOItSl, AND) WAGi tnN FUih SALE. .t FIRST rate gentle Mare, aeeo-tomed to stand . where left. Apply at'l'attersnlls. novl3 hOAP--IIO boxes imitation No. 1, soalp, bcad of S George iRobbiti, landing froan sap Clharles, tin, ftr sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO. nv5 13l4 f'Mlagazeie it F1 jolTD C--LAN.lLES-I.0 . im.re Io-bt Molalld . Cadlrs, Jackson's branl now Imtding from ship Dalmatia, and lfor sale tv JOS'EPII CQCKAYNE, nov5 25 traviter st Ountc citens aitl Il"trnp., a large adtitioiin to their ctock 'tl Hardlwareamnl 'hli, Chnndlertvh, whh now makes their tork nearly romplete and which theby ulf:r on fa rortble terms. oct2.--tf St. Chiarles Theatre. Second night of the engogement of Mr. J. M. FIEI.D. THIS EVENING, NOV. 15, Will be performed the Drama of the ATrONEMENT. Clarence. WelfJrd, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Popinjay, Debar, Sturdy, Farren. Clara, Mrs. Fnrren. Grasnd Pas Seul, Mnd'e Ravenot. An Overture by Orchestra, After which the laughable Force of VICTORIA. Mr. Bennett, Mr. J. H. Fteld. Victoria, Mrs. Farren. The whole will conclude with tihe now Piece of THE WHITE HOUSE. Mr. Bennett, Mr. Field, Mr. Kinderhook, Farren, Prince John, Debar. Victoria, M.rs. Farren. WANTED A SCHOONER of the capacity of 100 hhds. Sugar to load for Mobile. Apply to LEVI If GALE, nol14 93 Common st nO) lICE. D URIG tie temporary anhsene of the asbecriber fronom the city, Charles Bciggs, Esq. will net as tis authorised agent, and to lim all blaing business with t nndl-snlgtsed, will please apply. FIFANCIS ILSLEY,JUN. novl4 1f"28-ttf Of~ce New Orleans and .nstai/le R'l. R'd. Co., tNovember 14th, 1938. D RAFTS on New York at eight for sale, in sum; to ouit purchasers, at I percent. premium. JAMES It CALIDWELI, novl4 Pren't. "IWOLLA" TO ItAFFLE. I lE celebrated New York trotting horse, 'ROLLA,' will be rauslld for on Saturday the 24th instant. T'fs very popular animasl, th winner of so many rnee, and possessing such undoublted speed, and bottm, is now m the best possible condition, andll may be seen at any time and particulars learned altthes table of oLIVER IDUBIOIS, Tarttrsnll's. in St. Charles at. ror Gravier lJChnnces $:10 eac:h. novl6--td. BAZAAR. Corner of St. Charles A' Common street, KXcHANG E HiTEL. I USII & ALI.AN onld rcspretfilly call the at lention of citizes anud strangers io tlleir entlllls.tp olesorllrntol (;eeltllenll linen -hirts, dos s.os/ric with linen n llfrosts, fahionle linen fronts: liinen c.-I lars: silk, cotton and nlsserno nilOr stlhirts nost drawn,.o: cambric and silk bhandkereliets: bllac'lk / ud f.usy cra vats in great variety: stocks of every description: Sg ns elastic and cotton suspenders: silk, cotton lt ad t ril gloves: gentstoskin gloves: ulbrellas ndl canes goll inouoted. Alm ,-Splendid assortment of ladies nld esnta swri. ting desks, dresing cases fo, port erfu l l'ler, co, lery, and rich fiscv goods. novl4 IP Tl'A'l'OES--is hlatumlrs l'tsatc, andl 14 kegs S Loch fine Ilerrings rceireid per MIars, r.o sfle by I5O.tI,&S &. MIIL.. noel4 5 Lak l'/sse PAINTS--14 packagea. cOlltoiloin. Verdegros, snns ltilse blacr.k, trmoIn tI l)1j, bsnlindg ifrm shoalcser Doa vid Coltin,and for sale by ISAAC lil DOE & CO, nov14 131 Mlagazine st 1 ALASIANI'ElI SAlES osl'all ie nd wrraotei tire proof, for sale lsy ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, noel4 131 Mangailer ts GI'ASS-84 packaees Apothecsnrws Gilas, oasorltsed vials, patent medicine do Eseaece oto. C.O tfor Oil bhottles. and Vials, landing from brig Swan, firom I'lsldelphia, for sale bIv JARIVIS & ANDREWS, noel4 atr (taRn S & ''llopat .utsl I)l.A'INII CADl)S--Tlsht als.teriera Isave Jost c reived a large Issrts e t ''/ Ps'liing Car('dts, from tile mannfatscteoris-P of Ilunlpbr's e e,Crcihta, Ilarka ct, Sa.lzade, Iord, ianl others, d CeLoin riAsing PeAe' varieet of lItIglaonor, rI erry Andrews, htrrey vii LDeltur, Ful tos, Ensr, ho porial, Lafryette, P'oker &c. wholesale cad retail, by REES & D'lINtE, nov14 _ _ I ClmpIII ost I-AGGING-And Biale Ictle, lor salt by IIIREAl) & ARTlAII VW, nov14 7 Banok Place. Blank Clheko , r ills of Lnding, Atttion Bills, IPaulletSl, Show billsr Ci ta Iogutte, &t. &c. O )ttllDE for theI Abae, as-Il eeery other des eriplioaoflfPr'IIN I'INr ~ ess- received at ant langl lRtOos tss' fiUTJE AMEIlltsAVN," is ST. t'IItAtI.t:s I:S octts;K, 3d dorr oro mnm rvi,.r trraet. E.ertsn.iLs ,tecd ifteatifnl Ilot an. .Ias 'opa terr, from the esst lnoualries ais the air- tat a ts, / oe jstr been adlied to the nlreadcsri ,.ll./s,-lketd .sltablt/t,bttl: --and (ICcoERS will e e.rrrues d as I.e,, a.s ('lteaRslt 's:xpeditinsly anci leatiftlly, as at oily other )llhe in the ('ity. Noel--f N EW ....... tllllf Pllical Ethi: ", r nIrtt ctllis y ft r ths s tuLse of Coll//s t-ae 1I n tdltI lls at tnw ; Prt first, lontaininS llBtk I. Et/l.ic, (ie s.Itil and lPolitital; took It. The State. By t"erats't. l.ieler. Ite'rnael of Tnvelrs, is one volIme. A Trlet Its sbmts, int Series of Letterso the Edli tor of tle It'nited Sitatts Cilzettr. S ,.toIIta as sheb Should It e, tnlsl WVtolnn in Iles -esinl anld Dolnm+tic Chraeter, in vlol. Jutsot reepivrd lll for ./le Isy Wi. ItcKE 1N, Oct 31 Corner ofnCanlpnst Commoall srtrets. ('1 UN/S lt1,1T1-15 balcs ,: . 4 bshel/sl, a nre U'- d for sfae by T RI l).E& BRO., oct3 eo' r Common & Msgaziei street S fPOIltAGE-- The ihlk oft/lilO berrale Ican be .ken in a fire prool warehouse, ill Notlre I)aln street saer New Levee. apply it T R IIIYDE & BRO, oct73 nor Comnlmon t & ilsazine setreet NO4'ICI T .IIE soltselsers have nassciatnsd themselves il It)s siness under its filsm of CHIIISTIE . SIN NOTT, and solicit a contisllance of ists' pstrntsge re ceived Iby ltheir John Christie, while coslauctine businsss i his own nOame, as Wholsalesl (;recer alsd Comsmissin Merchant. JOHN CIIRISTIE, nov?/-3w N. SINN)TTI', Jr. CARDS f3 PRINTED at the shortest Notice, in the most elegant manner, in Black or Colored Ints, on IEnamel led, White Flake, or Plain ourfaced CArnD, and at Prices very reasonable at TRUE AMER;IRICAN OF FILE, corner of Poydras and St. Charles sts. Several New and Ieautiful Founts of TYPE. Are just been dlHed to the Establishment. Orders received at Cnmptino Room, St. Charles Exchange, 3rd door from Gravier at. norl--if Mondelli d Reynolds, AIRCIIITECTS AND BUlI.DERS, _ AVE removed their oflice to the hIERCHANTr' EIXcCHANGE, 2nd Story, NO. 2. Entrance from Exchange Place, near the Polt Otfice. nov2 TEN DOLLARS RIW \lIII R UN away on tle morniag tftlhe 3t lt )rtober, ite slave GATtlA ItNE, a griffe, g. nld about thiotv years;speaks French and Englh;; is well tnown, nod will try to passc herself as free. Tllr above rewardnl will be Daid for her delivery to the subscribers. DOYLE & MAY, 3 Caroedelet st Captains of vesaels, steam Ibots and alters, are can tinned aoainat tnkin._ awu y or lrbtoring the above na tied dlare, unlder the penalty of the law. ntt1-t1838 UST reteived at the Louisiana Faurn;tulro Warrr Roo,,s, 53 Bieniille otreet, 311 Ialalre tool Cherry Bedsteads; a first rate article. Also, a good asotrl taent of Maple. Walnut, and Pailted Chairs, which will he sold tar the lowest cranh pries. wR CAlLNES, jy7 53 Hionville street. C'OFFI E-2.0 aos old Java Coffee, now landing 1. and tor sale by T R IIIYtE & BRO, nov7 cor Common s Magazine st N EGRO C )ITONS-100 Iales No. I and 2 Low ell Cottons, for sale by STETSON & AVERY, noel0 88G anirrs HF.IETINGS & Shirtinge-12 bnhnl Itousia aheet ii g,uaol 5 bales Lowell Lindaryn, landing from ship Narmttt, for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nova 131 Magazine I | tOG.1NS, &e,-76 taseo , aontaioing Mlen's nnt S avy's fine kip Brogans; Men's extra site tlasret Ilrogant, Mlen' Kip, Calf taud water proof Boots, land inooetom shltp Norman, tor sale by ISAAC BRIDI)GE & Ct, nov9 131 Marazine s IAldINS-100 boxshNR Ratsine; I ")l2 half hoxes do do litll quarler do do do 100 drum., Figs, landing, for hale by CHIAMPLIN & COctPER, nov9 8d .Itlia -JILt) T l tIE;AD)-520 bbla Pilot Bread in store, and CHAMIPLIN & COOPER, nov9 82 Juha st LITUvI..TrEDl PEFTI'--A new article, 15 bbls . lauding from ship Euphrates, and for sale by S LOCKE It CO, nov9 8 Front Levee F.)tOBACCt -150 boes h malnufant:ured Toaitcc,, of Svaritus brantd,, and for sale by for sale by ISAAC BItl)(iE & CO, novtl t31 h lhnailtr at I)A l'EIL- - t r.lttm, n ht altt nl eg 1'n .ter in tore atnd forsa.e by S , JP WtITNI;Y, eo.? fItt .t Camp St. Theatre. First npl7earnae tiits seaeon of Firs F. BROW\VN. This Eennrrg, Noremberr 16, Will be performed tile Rdmtired Cormedyi of TIE RIVALS. Sir Anthoavn Absaolute, Mr. Jolhnon, Cat. Abelute, Harlelt, Bah Alre, Brown. Mrs. Mainprop, Mrs. Brown, Lydia Lalnguish, Barrett. Orerture, by thlle Orchestra. Alter which Itb new Vaudeville of tie LADDER OF LOVE. Chevalier, Mr G. Barrett, Suzanne, Mrs Barrett. Dress & Masquerade Bail, WASHINGTON BALL ROOM St. Philip street, hetween Royal & Bo,rbon. T liE Mlanger of tire lteve nmaed Liall Rorngrnate fil to histrienade and rti tiriuie tin the urpnrelo tolled pntroage ieato.er ed on him ioroeverl areaons, res"ectflly irforms theml that the eslablihmesnt hna been enlarged for the amusement of visitors, and un dergone immerase repairs. 'Tire bar will be surpass.mo by rnone ill quality of liqounre, end Ihe Itetroarat ill b kept by ithei nbleat Heataunrateur i thie Unitaed Smtae. The room will re-open on Saturday even:ng, 3rd of November neat, by e GRANiD DRESS & MASQUERADE BALL, and will takie iane nto usuatl every Monday, Wednes day and Saturdau ovening, t.arrini the selson, which will ani on the let of May, 18::19. N. B. 'The greatresl ttretion will be paid to keep. ing perfect order throughout the eslablishment, as was done lnst season. otoat EXclIANGE I RF\I)ING ROOM. HIflE pnroprietor te re-illed hiis Renrdig Rnorn, in tile St. tharlet s E~xhrthnge, Corner tl Giroaier and St. Charles street, lt the neatest manlner. liesides all tihe orincilarl Iapers of the United States, ofeverey ity and stille, lhe ('llnadan,'l'exa and Meaxi no ntind Irlln, trlll,te r aonm i regularly and extenaiv*.. Iv uapplied ,illi the Intlaest I":uoapeao papers, Ioyd's I rixt, ard 'licr's Pri.e Current. Alao Wilh nearely nil thle l.terarv P'eridicals olf t dly, and has there publicatiois of tihe L.ndon, ,diinthrieg, W'estminster Metroptlitan Reviews and ll lakwoodtt Maglnzine. The Ntrtl Amltrican Review; lhe Soathern litertra Kniek Iecker,'T'he Arrteritn Journra nf Seirneer anrd Arat, tahinrt Miscellany eI)entrlntie Rewer, i(itlelnretrP' a gatine, Aaerieeln Ivlnllnlv, ierntly's Mliteelelny, tie lMexico Cirirurgical erw, tand at arlncly of titer,. ll Itlese work. le r'egt uel aria subscrln ed i r al d ree ei. 'lclipsil.Pand nela ys, Nil. IReglser, tl eo 'sT 'rit ae Cur-b 'lfhe move al, livr e th [tr ll r a, Izoni r1 i en, oth r rh oeei pA ell, o n wir l th e, wr eite t 11 ul, cl k o nio ltte ntlmor x VApt .rwi lR Il1r , ll1iN :, " ll Ii rI h eIlI T . ars rl,ri ot- i.eetoe h.t i:'. le, rc e et t onti oard S.. i~.-i ll.olI&,.' . : inov I :. -1 wT Cornree ofCoaernr on miod nrt rmp oret. i R. & ++ liI r ":'.e SII, . in .r ' lid hlse II I ha re . oflif riu,- heir f ioluls. na i tile enisy c, tat ire Ilero n s tt.aitn l' knr ,tow . o irshop's loenel will ire i eed ot an i. , edll n.lr, lt ral i h nte. ir lil te rbret p ion (trrI Ittt ' rllie I r nmttrdhaldIiheruooer Inre ge lynv ttetd 'oid neltikI fotii'ttr thrllaghit, ateg Ae to lsuret Itt e trsdlolrnd htiil,,ottll wlatmever rep u tatio llhe os,' t vItnel. iV UN qlr lld l)t in pat yarn I exilflno oitt eeirer p ont tnt ll nt. r wint ltiog t re lllintain i rl, tr.rt i ' A tCiloto, n will b spread at rlt o'ihk thte mortn tire f iot' Ithto " itle, h r whith t ile public ' s reapietr fey nove ' o nol 3 T:l ubcriber ha: the hI.r ofbil l .infoingI the i an diel h rtht,.iw oe 'ene d It r sTilt ' .tl) i yete and Maren , Jit cop pl ill . l tn it t in, lli, y "i the atesit and ricle;t" lllllt n 1 ii folia, whirh hers. Snn ht"*ll enpTIlllm to havill',' +,l++'lh'd "mld randyt for exam tnov 3 itr t'tl' l rtre et titar N i RP:N-TI I . bmI alsa is it f T'rpentin l landing fro. shi I' r I' 't r hr n.' tt tit ile ira I tt I1 ta3a li &" /'(), ian,1 l1 Ilheueine et I a ',AI '1 ,', II ' l i, t\l..-- l In\, m d I t r, , I.r x S o- ni r gars, of a prinme g l oalhe, I .nd I.lllod fr sale by I . i lIl 1."..' I ID nova I,| (ravitir ot trE\V iltI. -- ,tal, -I tlr.,. I Oill'Jill ill 1, ,'till \n\r DiJll,- ! ' r Oli h n i I ,i - r I rI. 1 , t lnothni+ .wl~e t \llrllMlo 11.' rr 'l'h' hna~l~t'' Pnrei i C Ilae' lui ' e, hr toll :ao l-ov I llll( \'s |.tlnllO T,, i ; + tt Ia t.tr 'The 3rid~tr l, TI.o Ih l'- n I Iv,+rl; .\ly I I ,'I' l imp i lll Alo ,.; ()h ' 1 ()'f o h I e tti . nm Iý+ .. . . ..'1 (*inliy eit ~ine is rrorollld, nrr. 1n11r the I:fo ifir l o llot l It. Nno70I1'rlpr rns sItret, i hiolio· 1,IcI,, or o 1a will be kept open tba I I I-to I 1f I 1. Fi( ti Ia letiersi s&. TI'ororiii Sofiyrd sr 1,0 fI'nt, mill he pu ofl the PmIst Idiclive at ,o ire. S______ C . W lllIN, Iz amb f/ Intl ( 'lllll ; I ocl park',o", fiii Ol.di. t eincs, aeleetel d under ol r II1 erCsilulll oi,sernali lll, 'opreat ly for tfin roorkit. Iou'r cases di, rl liok 400 I nc's iSIulpat (l1nline, T'e Iarrels pIr' .OloIIIIol, Three roarns L o tel ire rote, TwentyI IIIa cilnn Vitriol, Epsoiuid (Ii imbier italic, Toca Uln-cie I owand'a Tolell Mlture. lure li(:ioul 'dOIn, inlop, illon, ,iooce, (Oil leppermnnim(lil ~collon, Tatriro. Aiid, Sodii, Seilfla Indersn,Sodalnoulders, &c, olr raolely JAI(VI0 & A'.DREWS, Vlolesale 1)l iggiala, ____ CorCommuono TIrbopihiioiific l ntl31 jid iLerel, in who uuf ad l Irrels-f lue0 boIxe l'Cid Fi-I, in asloe and fior stle by EL). 01ntI't\c E. ort'01 " Coon-u, RlonaRs P 1111N pIIIUP in lls if 1 ,lor. o .J -ale y EA I11ST" A i A A -IA- ./ u, ;, " f Ileiom'n ('i I lod flog. nesiul, rot Rut re's u \I1CIIP./ II lle··i ( 1 wllr routeld g"-not.,r-,lust IIee.,,eP I I, de, -1- ethers.PT* v il" IU ,. ."n, . r. ' ýf' I ....1,, I', vi le-wingII o 1I oi l if 1~r or rune oD; bhlock and itl.4 ,9. CL NNON,(i Caiol at V It I El lnl.i 'nIS lNt II OFI' IICll FIc C ia L ech Ieipofirmni/ ren-onio Ilt iioiid tol 4/ Canal ll otr ient . i, n iex ' t leofuoit'o onufinodoradS lloank. QL AIaSI~ I toah101,1 r- ed'dO Pll ^ n 1doi li s eat lI'lii/illeoiltlele/ tlrlaillorle olni 45, /ec dol Canal joigmo~t 1lllO n- l llt'lllluRo- Oh nvl de.: 14 nai S heetinlg', nail 111I/l/li floe Ine i nll jnijia l aril' ins ainilnn afoushp Dlmofioli, tineel:y ISAAC 1,1,11111& CO, nov5 I:1_ hllinili' a A 11111'll , 1.0 111 IN IlK for In41Juttren" £nf'inv aopina ni Inhe l11m1"ic1/i II ln/0nak Ion 18:39, for saleky D:1)101 HI I' Co, nNow 1 orkStatioriner' lont nov 8 ii i'iuO ld EU. Ifiuui il,;liiiiiii u,,1 ot n, ax lundia fr lom ship DalmatiaI1(, acreT the rail rood, f or sate by CII(411 LIN N C/f()Il'1:l, 0nv a 8S Jelin sllet :1..1'0 ~It .1 l L t l A NOTE, dnrln bI Dina, & 1111 fooloo, ollhake I1Priunolenni', LII. Iis luuaor of Felinl aiiiatll,tiid endroeoi.ll iyll IIiof ndfian11 ofljnOe ( IIDo nteII I'Sehn dioldiindSixtcy dollaro; dfie ulrl tiiii e blan!k. A it ran le of lo ine to fillater, II,' will llliei a funur, anal receive, a rewardl, if required, by leasving~ it soil Ii IGO I (I ~L 11 I OllSeON, noO S 1V e/r C(iioup 1Cglnoion it Qfih'c of~he I'i~eiueu a IiI*OIeIam CrIil'r)lny rf fArta Iý 11l". Storlkhbolnn lu idl·e nItley ntitii'itefli t liii' ClI FTE tie 81h Dreclmer nioot, ot tile oniiluiu1olb t I l, I noenl ELI ACf. DE LILL *ltll'l:iAnS SI':S Actifiiuuiireo S11ot1 1110r tot 101iIi'tliin001 is Cinquircen ve'anrllui nilr leor lctiol/i e1t dou n ilevrn te plie. e 18 II l I ii libifplich Ol Iloeaiid Lit Cmllpca r. 8mv F:; I. 'l'I11. C1p . Secn'tuire 1IVEIiI'aIIILCIJAI iii'ia/1llrO.Itiiii1oioraec li 611it purchasers, for ,ad, 11v lIIILIIES is', 111.., nat) 9B1Rank I'loee I,1lSll & IlAifhEllSI 0ff hlmon C'i d/1lI-5fi0 enip ( It( l(arrels, inI prllnl oiler. A111l0 'nn1a alhilfil ianl loiar t LEVI I (iAL0, . 011,-F5 1010 fober IIIaeI odue ()il iii 010,1', tts hi Uill WIll 'NEl(, 111.10? i·,, ,·;, ·i~:, 1 ~ , ,,, 'd ,i.Ifal, nnv7 _ _ __ Co1,ti at &)jlI(KrIIII bbls l,-el, I'(Toll/,,d nUitl rleorptIi/on FPnori sniv S'lmnl olN InnVC H 'aol'

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