Newspaper of True American, November 23, 1838, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated November 23, 1838 Page 2
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Mail Uegulattons. be (~rlet Eastern .Natl is closed overyday at 10 kolock, A M--Irlae every day atil, M. i re F..pr,. JMail is closed every day at half.past ib A M--Is due with the groat Eastern Man, every day. ye l.ke .A/ail (vta Cointh , La.) is closed every Monday, Wednesday aadFridas, at 6o'clock, A M-la do eveary Tuesday, Thraday and Satur. day, at 5, P M. The Loaitille or RiRe4 Mail is closed every Msgg}4Ie'ny ay and Saturday, at 8 P M-Is sent ant returned by steaniboate.-Arrlehs irregu. I arltftlt.d tines a week. Ira.Baoýos Sara or wo.t NMail is closed every Tuasday and Friday, at 8, P M-Is sent and re. ti by the stoambotpt Brilliant. Sd artmo dria or Red River A.fail is vent irrego. lIdl bytaci.mboate, teias I week. . Louisville or Riverl Mail. sMondlay, ) Wedisnday, and Closes at 8 o'clock, P M. 'SntSidey, Coast . lail. SClso at 8 o'clock, P M. .Iw lea Chamber of C'ormmerce. orr liceO n on a ra tv 1838. . ; J. Peters, President. a A. Querti tr, let Vice President, . G . WE . L. Hodge, Sd do. 0U,4M . MTE OF APPRALS, FOR 1838. 'Vl .PrL s Diek- Thomas Barrett, ", John A' Merle. H C Cammack, . Jas HR Loverich, . Ahijah Fisk. r J l's j 1GEO. W. WHITE, Soc'y. "I ' r 7 4.7IW ORLEIANS. CLEAILANCIA. Nosembor 2'. Ship M.To o, Lirkln, for Hvre P I'rol. rill Auouaeo. a,.rote. Havana R Groniog & Co. cbhr MoaiMe iaria,, Hartholm, Lawrote River and Tamp Bsay, S & J P Whitney. .uetmhipl Cci,,J I Caeusn, Galveston, Boegrt & IlawthoRo. ARRI VAeI.. teaseur. iasphOro, Dlmens from Alexsdlria. 4tratwor I.iaiuL.to. E.dwardsn. from do. Sl,.,,eor uuilc'Wob.nr, PLhlltie. fr,, Columlbia. Reo.l,(.r Blaton Rouse, lrwi, from Bloyo Sara. 0tec10 er Levant; Lalrient, fom Iayol u Sara. COMMERCIAL. Lmel Cnltesll. t,.,.rseso . .v............171 Wol\hiuloleNov ....... 14 P:92 I art, hov. ......... 1 Ciuoiuatlli, do.......... I. lPhl d,.Itdtpe Nor .......... 15 i Losisoille, do............ I- alotmire do.............. 15 si. touil., Nov ..........I h ,l,;l.Nov......... 17 Liorlral, Oct ...........g llohl.t 11 lolx.) No...... It Paris Oct ........... , v,..N .i, L.......... i Loedon. d........... d Valillth, N............. 18 IlSvre do ............... ,aXP OIeT S . 1AVRE..Per ship Moraljo..eaen.g 1430 balsa seolt, slol AVAN.t..Poer brig Audnesn..aergo. 103 htlos cotion, 491 ifbli losr,:3 boas- pork. sod I bhs snu. i.snPA SAY..Por sehr Mount Moriah..argo, 1000 bushell Sornr, 5110do ats, .caksric.j 3 bhhlis whatey, 50 bales hay. 5 boxls chese sad 1I bohps GAi.LVSTON. Per slteom Ship Csha..eoreo, Seidry Ismll lots. clothings, ale, sugar, reocss, shlet iron. elll, our, bultter, beoon, lcees, rice. ereacer r1s. rhorrele. h.hky., olarot, oaraeu. apple.. ie'rves fa.i, glss. cheese, grapesa lool,o InOlaso, oil, brooms, sweet mealljetlie. lard. rap, furniture, co.dla, stareh, leogwood, and .n ct Imeats. LE.CEIITtS OF PRODUCE. V:..izr Vloe)lpede. Dta'uan. from Alesandria..earlo.+ I sltal,,e ccuio Lanlbetb - 'homlautU; 133 do Tluom Bar i. 45t d.ll Pc) roux, Arciuu - &oCo.; li do Kirkwal, Aherna ' 1 IhHlan; 20| dIo J I I'lsuhbio & iu.; 1IS do Burk, Walt . Co; II do tlcelt.e Ferriday 4 Co.; It do A iaeyoua & 1 3'; 6 d.,rk Bl tlltlhe,; 27 do C l'olledauno. 2 siales fd. '.. I ,,k tlrolerb; t 2 blt Iloesy, 150 iA b bescax, owne, ,,, deard. a'cl al+.llllr I.ivis.eton, Cdwaldsdrom Alexandria; rglco, S, I r ! , o,, IuIrkhe. thalt & Co.; 5o Ni,, Ni J Dick 0 Co t I I t,, I.l.Iert, :..,d l''honilo;ll; 1 do Thos Barrett; i00 d o ·.rr , llr.1-l,,d. & C,; 31 de CiTeielein; 31 do nelleret. l'orloluv & I'o 9144do llogl.l, \Whiie Co ;t 0 do J D Planr hi . .o; i d. York & I:tolhoer;do A l.idou 4 Co; 4 do L I. crl; 4 do A lournou U.; laad I bok mehrtoudizo Ibi+ou .ere..l'er otlamer Unton Rog1e-13 b13 e cotlon ,Il,; .( P',,. 'o ,tPll. Il,, icpiia Stoi nart, i74 do S t Oakey A ,,I.l,,,, 7 o k.lt olt 6 t& .o d I! 0 Laudum.ey. 53do I 4'lnl.'llh- tlhlllll,n. l 4 Ildo ; .li t.ee, 45 do E Ledoux . so, : dio e il,,tflecer, 38 do At Wllitc 4 co. l33 do ourden ,& ,..u 'I11 .,, I'ey, ou 4 A are.uil, 1l do Folliie. Blellooq & ]) +itl+. dl, Ilarrie , Clegg 4 co. 15 do A lourin & co, IS CoI,,,, l(;l, tler 4 co. I I do Caldesll & llokey. 10 doe I'^Inrlet F 1r7i any,. eo.,; P do L Lce 'apelter, i do JIlmes A: ,,nrth i,, ( nor . Gridley, 5 .1h Il.e F eloie4eco, .l....I.....ld4. L.lry. , 5.do A Iiva.. . u.. oo, 21o. hids ugar, All., 2,t & 'e'reoul, pIC. lare.illg, (iole d Sltewart. ` r, ce, m,,al, aod I box, Lewis Bt r n.d. 1 box A a orgsrd, I d *,1,jc Il, tiony. C bur,-ali,0..l'cr ,t-aer IDaniel Weihster..447 lIs cotton, e, rI, W.illerd,l9ll do luelner, SItlanll, . l,, 200 do W ,I Brlt, ii; Ido i'eemlt, ,l7rriday 1'cc 153 do I.rllklina k Hrn dou.l,, 131 do tiurkc . t 'a.lt co, I5 do A Iedu & ro, o.170 do W tlocllrt. 0 do iLyls,. Ilarria c,. -5 do tM WVite & co, 01dA Lockharl, PoFa 0 IDolegre, 37 do IHobson & Guoch. Igdo J hn Duncan & co, 2 do G R Sitri.ger; 0 dlo Taylor, Gudllner e eo, 15 do Niiglllt. Turlpi con. 13 do A II Wallace .' re. 13 d., Ptlcklct . Balk, l: do James Reed lad r.o. . . r0ant..0t03 tls aon A Le Wti lll. o J i 'isct.e& r, n I3 do t201 + H0a. alM, 0, to, 10 ,1.." W ttct)Ioe, 25 i. yi1le itl iolan, deye,,0, I.ree, 1i do' 1 M Cltire., .2 du, I.."' PFontsne & reo, 1ao o Alle, lhr alne d re, Ic . do., Belllett. Forrilay sd co. 12I do lBrad ll.d l.lldry, II do A lourui, n.do, I do lt.ehr nhod Teitlllonp, 5 do WE , .'.ller, 2 do, order, IS66 bhides stud di "u'~ Ihlea:tell,, FlOlaal Bello'q a11.d Degels, 23 rolle ulld l,l,lc leahllcer. C'[0l,,,dnllo. 2 ble b Loullkects 'aldwoll and liiclkcl, 4 hleesaudries, Taylor, Gardler oand eo. PASSENIIEIit. Per teoomer Vc!.Cilpe e. Dalemn...Alexandri ,, -e,,', L.owrey, Shields, Ilolet. I)ej.lix; Sir. Itll. Sli, .M lcy, Outs II Kay, Juhba (iG...t.t, Eell, (;eo Illeack .d L.dy, Fredore. icik Stulby, ildry., Jobuhllo,,. Holry aud Lady, A Wheeler cod ialy. A ii Sil.aul sud family, J Atholny -b a.mily, Cooper, F I:uigcss had Lady. Per St,Plng,,r Ii.i.l.on..i EdppEl, ay Ju dge Blak. l J Me. A!ll., Ol+tlpl 'IT 1 Grif.4 I CIpltlu, IB A DUCgelui A %'d JJ Juackon J Seanl{ro W H aund;.ulr· . Buoelu l r..l'er eaul -r tawn i i ougeSa. sAtie &s nis, Foy, lleylc 4 W. . JD \\'cat, J 3id1, 4El ) l,, c DL,ery A Hc.ric, \V F Flyc., Diplill.,4 aloys ad Soets, Etzl,'beth WagCer. I' 1' Illlhi. Ca, Creo,., U S Army, MOayc.rd, IV H (;ayla. J A I!ills, Vastmin,". _r. it , and arl, Uardia. Toler Kurd, MIod Dulnau saod on; J M Il iric, lad & vtl, Rob't LCtoke a lI dy, Culumbil..P'er s:ealer Diael0 Wobster.. t P Henry. C \Wilon. J E arruw, F Muote, A Scutt %rown, W TIomasO J. Roinnl,s, Per rtlocr Levaot. from Bayou o .,lrl-A Neatu, G B-.nd, A CaoiorAPi, A l AArllolls, St Nichol, J Iht Bloyies JIlo hiali,1rd, II Speu.er, T Tur'ler, ' 0' 01,4, C OGuslan, uolder C C F,arrar, J N Riehardctol Copt inll, W Woan ,,. gour, (i C:'nlloon, S;i-,ScL.eic, Ms MeM.,lomo 0 eh,ldrea aad revt, lls' Parsah. 51i,. Ialnilol, Choso & lady; drs istler and acv t. A BARGAIN jF iILi.S) stn leain., the iatr--lSl00eres oftRed li'icr lands of cilce qu lily and ]ox ly, situa lid 11 I·e ttlle, fccl tle IIOuotil ,oi lBed tiese, ad po ,lli;ll J ltll, I lldnd It fllfpeI acre. The latds adjace, aror 6I, 1 at c8!I, anld rciused $50 coal op. ''errms, t fnctudi.n ait,, aIthC .vcerl.llent eulries, if llare taken, ,.r $ ,lit}() . ill I lenlltve tnc and secure uanl equacohre is lhe c]l'ao ia.el. Addcsa Sd. W. II., 1,,d le-ve at lhis , t.icr, lit~ eo thiis and catuld.,v, 1S o'clock. tncii 2 titntf CutpitoYuripj. 'l'ickets onlv $2. GRAND STATE LOTTERY Jtroonu ttt br tof tht)t Grad State Lotterv, Clas 55. (LASS to . 51 A Itv~edb the t.tgig1,,t,,,e of the 6",V,. ''r0 h drown SATUIIRII,, Nov. 74th, 1818, at o o'clock, I'. At. at Bisohop' Holel. 6. DAVIS A:.(O, dintiugera. 7. Nulmbro-12 I)rwn tIgalots. S_11EAIE. 1 Ptin,, do $7 000 $7 0110 Id 2 100 10 1))00 11 u0 1 21)0 Sdu 104)0 1000 2 do 51)0 1 000 4 do 310 1200 G do 141) 1130 10 do EIYO 1 200I 1) tin 15u I 001) G d1 15 9100 ;) 0630 12)1 t. 8 10 08 7:410 du 5 15 6:4 431363 do 5 50 46 072 27 014 Prlzes, onoouotittx to $91,30 'Firirto $1 0S0- Hater, $IO)I'..(4ottrt,, 50. J'to ,*',t' ofu 3., Ii- lurt t, , worrtutod to draw 'at Urckogoa o723t half tickets $23, terrontel to draw ud l'ul.:t'o 25 Qooartoýr Ticketqo $10 5,a iontdo to drao I;.tt . For Packages or si0,,I0 .1 ttkts, iipl 0) at - MANAGERS' OFFICE, n.eS3 IG Chartres at \( 8rI .' 8 A, 0 )RJtItc S-o er Jua0 ul )tforeoe uuld lute atricale, ttiere!-tliilir, r, \Iclarurelr, Gr, cmehger, Noehhej. tooer, 3I'u'eoinontm'er., Sriboger, Our lad, Mlk, (tr 0 ei wr lLLe,,, Spturkling Huck, mud )th".uaih WIRer Champai rre. Ised nod W'hite, celebrabed hi undo. Sparkling. Root itco, C anrben, Cloo de Voageot, Ltdd Ciu and Noe , nordeoguw Cha'0e0 L4tife, ottd Clo~t-au tlnrntt,, 1,.oyillr, 1 arot, 0One St. Juliaonand St. Emili'ou Palmer Star. )ttx, ioratco of3 doz. Good EOs ld)otand St Juie 1'h, LC clurt. [[Slte Hittes. Ilcroiniiagt, Soutotte, Iltront, uod Crace.. Itessert Olare.. (irt'uini l.ua u tnd Frtttigtta Mllogot. Mladera, old unit preos imtpIorted int emtot. 2rondy, old thattt,2dn ", in Latrels uf O go')o,2 dog. attd i 1.1 pipe Cordiols. Getuitoo Moraoskhino 4 id di Zara, du Soertitqlto aod Itournieon 1,,ndd, r V. hi t' AnlldotI Ilertld'g Adrietth i Ctugo , O ld lt~ta-0c di Gritjt4,t, Altnntnts and Kiirrc!hwrlsrrr 1O'rdtttonlltorads lrt'ttio,, Whitt: I1-rdtaPtu %iote Vinegar, kaoreotc by o o J3OHNS Q CO, gueSS rof St Cito. Ito Canototo I L f l T 41 - l k0) keg . I'ri mn e L.eo f L atd , o nJ ine sod .J cj;kF 515150 STETSON & AVIRli, u"~3 681 lruviewog 1 TRI dAMERICAN O iFItEi. In coanection with this Office is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE ton Tts ~tritt p oD r Lqgi Notice,,' Auction Bills, ml er my Slhow Bills Itsam Boat 8i Is Oircalars, And every deaceriptie.fJobl Work that may be required. I[FThe proprietor respaectfully calls the attention of the publie to the above Card, and ansures them that all ork intarrusted to his care shall be done at the short eat notice, in a style unsurpassed in thils city, and at the lanest rates. THiE TRUE AMERIC.1N. EDITED BY JOIstn cItlIMN. FAITRFUL AND BOLD. !NEW OR IEA Nva FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, IRas Motnu. Tntxanx BuarT.-The tidings which reached us yesterday, regarding the fate of the theatre in our neighbor city, prove to be but too true. The flAmes have consumed all! We have seen a letter from one of the Imnagers, which speaks of course, more accurately than the vague accounts published yesterday evening. The fol. lowing is an extract: MotrL, last Nov. 1838. Dear Sir:-We have to announce to you the melancholy intelligence that "our theatre is in ashes " The fire broke out about 3 o'clock this morningin one of the drressing rooms, it is suppos. ed, and all exertions to save the property were un availing. The proprietors were partially insured, but we have lost all. not even a wig saved. Wardrobe, scenery, mus c, gas fittings, properties, all lost. A box of play Iooks, our iron sale, and account books, were all that could be preserved. You know us too well to suppose lot a momentt that we are going to fold up our arms, and "glive up the ship." Already are workmen. hammteritng away at tile American Theatre in Government st. and in less than ten days we hope again to spread our banner to the breeze. Our loss cannot be less than twenty thousand dollars. Great symlpathy is fell, and expressed, by ourcitizaens, and we have strong hopes of retrieving every thing. ".Nit desperandum" is our motto. No interruption will take pcine to fulfilling our engagements with Stars. Our 'Lyceum' will hold a large number of persons, and under the present utnhappy circeun stances we think no objection will be made to the loestion. Yours truly, It is said that $18,000 are inoured on the build ing in Mobile, anod $10,000 rlorn in this city. Two. of the buildings burnt, valu.ed at $22,010, were insured in the Ocean oilice, but the policy expired tn the 17th inatn tl. Nothing is said respecting the origin of the fire, hut as the play on the evening was "ti:e Mil lerand his Men,"' which terminated with a 'ter rific explosion of the mill"-according to the phraseology of those oracular dontmenls denoni-. nated play bills, it is trot difficult to conjecture that sonte plrticles of fire were blown up and not blown out. If any portion of the burning stuff chanced to Ilodge in tile roof, or among the scene ry alnft, it might snmoulder there until uerly meorn. ing as has been, unf,r:unately, lint too frequent. The anti-tnns,rme convention assembled in Philadelplhi, organizod on the 13th and adjourn d over to the 14th irst, a hen, on motion of Tlhal deas Stevens, Gen. W. FI. Harrison, of Ohio, and Daniel Websler of Massochusetrs, were respectively nominated candidates for the next Presidenlt and Vice President of the United States. 'The "Na tional Gazette" states that the following States ° o,.n.viz.: Peuonsylvnnio, Ohio, New setts. Dl.cac ..,ruiiior. the votes in New Castle county give a majority for Robinson (V. B.) of 210 votes over Milligan (W.) but there is no fear nl the whig candidate beingt successful. In 1836, the loco foco majority in New Castle county was 213, while the whigs in Kent and SurrSex had 621 Even if Susex gives less tlan in llI36 as is rxpec ted, llilligan is still sure of his electir n. ThleLate Mr Hlambli... T'uL etiderce before theCoroner, and tile post reorem exnminntion by Doctor Rogers sufliciourt'y prove that this lady died of apoplexy. The british steameorr had not arrived in New York on the evening of thie 14th. The "fGreat Weareret" was out 18 days and therefrre much anxiety is felt for her. The LrvtfroPoir may not hive started, nlthonuh advertised for the 20th Oct. though the fate of both vessels is sropped in mruch doubr. COO Ot't1tCATrn. Sir-A good rule, it is Said, will alwys work d Ioth ways, is it not so? Now Andrew Jackson decreed that 'all who trade on borr.wed capital tn ought to break," then ought not Martin Van Buren to fail too for so long doing business on borrowed a popularity? lcP. On Wednesday nirlh the Lady of Lyons was played to a crowded and fashionable house. We never saw a piece go olt with more eclat. Such was the demand for seats that not one halfof the families which have returned to the city culd be accommodated. To meet the wishes ef the many who have not seen this play, we are tlad to see that Mr. Barrett presents it again iis evenilng. An early application will be necessary to secure good places. SA Jubilee. A large number of citizens f Cin cinnati called a public meeting on the 15th to propose a public commemoration on thel l.th De ) cember of the 50th yearof their city's existence. The inmmorital Fanlny'-the namazon lender of the ultra lono forns--has alrtady sounded the call that is to gather together her defeated, and scattered partizans. Fanny is too good an ecnno. mist to let opportunity pass bty, o on Saturday following the election she advertised to give a lecture (at the usual price, for Fanny's patriotism will not shame thatol her party by being one jo, more disinterested) in order to expltin how they were vanquished this time, and how they may hope for victory next. She announced the follow ing text for her patriotic leeture. CUEATED IN OPEN DAT AND RoAUrEoD nt FALE oROUND; NOTE aATEN. PEOPLE STAND FAT , iAR Dn NoT no TO sr.EEP, By the concluding words wea perceive that the lady has true feminine horror ofsomnolent evening Companitons. ST. ClaLsuo. Buckstone's inlerestinlg dramna called "the Wreck Ashore"-which was to high ly popular, and gave so much delight two years ago, is to be p!syed to-night. It is one of the most exeiting of modern plays, and is cast most powerfuly. Pearson is the Miles lertram, Dubar the Walter, Hlrrisen is Capt. Grampus, and our favorite ''old John," as his friends delight to call him, as the Magog. With lesad. lFarren, and Harrison as the ilsters, a bettor cast could not possibly Its made. Barnett's exquisite opera of the '.Jlountain Sl Iph, the music t1 which is considered by all the critics as the best of the english school, and fully quali. r fled to rival that of the bet Italsan or German nmasters is to be produced in great style on Sun day. It must succeed. Books, new Books, 81 pastime, or instrute:ion are ' rife amnong us. We have glanced over tihe novel talled *Duty and Inhdilation' as edited by Miss Lnndon, and derived from it s fund of amusement b ani rtll.c ion. The gifted editor does not favor tus wib the name of the author, but in verny plt., or ttcident, the good taste atJ warm fltlings of the uupervnlsr etr as visille au the care of a fo.er parent i tihe manners of her charge. Whoever can claim tihe parentage of the work has no reasn to feel ashamed of thie offspring: jt is a work of much beauty, ahd great tact; one that she fair editor avouches, and we endorse, that cannot fail to excite the symupathies of the young, while it mh st equally satisfy the judgment of the old. It 'The Life of Hannah M.ore,' by the Rev. H, Thompson,is another new work sent us by Mcssers Johns. The biography of this singular woman, who devoted her whole life to the improvement of the age, and the charities of the heart, offers a great moral lesson in every page. The work is re. msrkably well got up, and dedicated, with per mnision, to the queen. A boat race was to take place at Leiseville, on Monday 19th between the Gjaucus, of Pittaburg, and the Gipsy cf Louieville for $1000. Of the democratic minority in the city of New York the Globe says: 'This vote, as every body knows, must have boon unquestionably and thoroughly pure and legal. The Federal party had absolute control of the election in every Ward, and would admit of non resident or spurious votes against their party. They had the police offrers of every Ward ac tively engaged throughout the eanvass,and doubt. leos obtained through them a perfect ceneue and register of the residents in each. They there fore had it in their power to exclude every stran ger, If any were brought to the polls by their ad verearies.' What does all this amount to but an enforced acknowledgement that the lace focos were the-. roughly, regularly, and legally beaten. CANADA. Aeorrespondent of the N. Y. Courier in writing from Whitehall, on the 10th November, speaks of a second battle which took place dreday after the fonnrmer one. It took place 10 miles N. W. of Champlain. The loy alists were something under 200, all volunteer inhabi tants, and the Patriots are reported as between 300 and 400, with large accessions during the fight, which re suited in drivrng the lovalists from the field; abont 30 killed and wounded on both saides. Two hundred regu lure were landed on the 9th, so the Patriots may look out for warm work. N. Garrow, Esq. U. S. Marshall, is on the frontier to see that the laws of neutrality are not infringcd. Hi states that he finds no movements among our citizens that indicate any interference, although they feel a livc ly interest in the struggle. By the Kingston lerald of the 7th, it appears that up to that time all was quiet in the Upper Province. No foundation whatever for the story about burning the Kingston Barracks. About 600 men, drafts ofdilflrent regiments, reached Kingston: onue company remains the residue proceed to Toronto. The naval force on the Lake is 4 steamers, 4 schoon ere and a number of gun boats, under comrmand ofCupt. Drew. A night patrol was established at Kingston. Two inches of snow on the ground. Thetalk about American intererence seems from all accounts grossly exaggerated. Change of name.--While Gie'l. Sam'l. Swartwou t was collector of New York, he was a thorough-going democrat, a whole hog Jackson mnan, andallonemy to every tihing it suited the party press to reprobate: but now, forsooth, that he is found out, he is termed by the New Era-tire lute speculating conservative whig col lector! Mirabiledicta! How strangely circumstan. ces alters cacs ! This worthy journal says-it is to be regretted that this exposure was not made before the recent election... . it was most jealously, and cau tiously concealed from the public, and the press..... it reached us only through a source politically interested in keeping it inviolable."-Is the "Era" ouch an opaque fool as to believe that any had an interest in supprressitg these facts except the orthodox, regular nomination, Tamany Hall, rub-treasury humbugs ? CoMMUaICATED. .:Ir. Editor: - ily object it adlroesing yoe thIe crnmmu nication on tie sabjoct of P'vramidal (Ct'netetir:s, was to lave justice done ton mm re science and geniu. 'The original invention of Pvranidal Cemeteres has beent claimed ill this city, Iry Dr. A. L. PloughI, dtlretistr. havne shen conclusively, Ihat a coeplle pla n ru a Pyr. amidol Cemtcery reas published in tIle year IUjl, by lWilson, an Architect of London, svoa years Ieficre Dr. Plough presntred his plit It tihe public. Let the credlit (it here is any merited,) be given to the original invent-r. Imitators mur t not be Permitted to ficll away tle reward of genius. The works of man of ori gilal conception are constoaltiv mulilated, alered ndal disguised in order to deprive tire the dicovrres of the pe. cuniery advantages resulting from their labors and meditations. A to my proposition for a grand ilau)oleum, I have merely tosay that I thlew it out as a casual thought. - ., takelrh up by ,thenrs more nale that my'yrjl ~rol, rtevr- ' -tre.Tt h epaibctru I trove nruggestld are alone objected to, tie exprienred arch. rtcr would rrturally maker Stch'rlteerttlnOI rs woln rld fulfil the requisitea of trt. lHowercr I thinkbit could he elthwn that tile propeortions s ellggested Iby tr are practlicale. Ittl [ at lrarfertly intdiflrrnt r n tie sulr ietl: I have renderedl unto WVilsonr that wlic behlg erltr Wilson; tanken from Plough that wlti h did not healng to Plough; aend with tlis act of justice aull, ntisfiO'd. ST. T'IIOIJIAS. re 'ITIiE RIVER. We rejlee once mere in strein boat naveigatia t - d wal at th ]alcin at one tirle, until yestrdav. lea. evening there were forty-tnwo, ut live 'elock, and thin k tueing there. ere fort-n.ix at the ladig at ker ottle time. TIe river, this day, at y on, i 5 etet and a hIIlF Sabve extreme low water. Notwlthstandig it rain int t slreats, tile wharfi all bustlhe atsd ,usiee; and boats are colmng nad going continually. TIhe rain is not re garded. There were twetry-three steaml boat arrived or yesterday fro.n above, and three rumn below. _ Cin. Post. in romh tie St. Loue IRlepltliean. Fus'taleeers frtom M nrts.-The account ofa bl ody botch, ry Ithirlty-two lnieruons, on Splawus' Creek, is fully confirmed. Two children were killed, we pre aunte, by aecilent. Considerable Ilunder--ruch as bk keds, hats Sc. were taken Ilrm the slnughtertd. Not one ofrthe assailantn were killed or i:lrt. About iltu time ot he surrender, severa Mourmtnn al houses were burnt in Churitoua and one Mllrmo, nwho a refied to, leave, killed. At For Wert, after the surrendae-, a Mormon had his id brains dashed ot, bhi a man who accused the MIornon f Tburoig hlis Inoha in Davies. We eupy the ubovnetrmaragraphs ro te Gazellte o s Saturday evoing. ve re sorry to say, lihat our own iuforntniionicorn iortes the dUtiie. For the lhoner o r the slate weculd Ihatle wlshe, that such savoa;e ano' h mitalies hard ot atrtended a elroverey in it.ill drgerice Fgl en ugbt We understerld, tlt the comnpany enga. ged in theatlnek at Splawn's C:eek, was btil attached e to anty divisionu o the armen, bt was fi htin. on its own hjk 'heotnen were prilciplly vront Cvariuton con ry, and atoniat the number was ait least one mmhber Re of the Legiilature. Tier envo lad approached within eithly yards of tihe l t Moron before they were appriced of their approa.ch. "rits Mlnrtu, had their famnilies Swith temand to preserve their lives,the Il rtl separa teid Front than: and tok reflge in a blarklmilh'. shop. lier tre y were uurdered! It is said, that the Mar mloneta Ia arlsn, but it isa lit s e ingular that th shold have used them nu innrelually as nou't to have Stouchied one oF th nesoiannts. 'The ltter, in sonme in stances, placed their guns between tie logs of the h i, meos and deliltealr fi red at the victim a thiun. These replortsare f, inldlli uon statelents of persons e ane ee it irthe attack; d,.li..d a they are, areuot likely ti be overcharged. Will the actors in the tragedy he u.f caeredrl by the snorts in that District, to go urpuinshedl d Front hie losnn MeresC.lil, J c iearesl. MASSACIIUSETI'S ELECTION. SIt appears frum tilhe returns thus f rarireid that great exertions were tnada by boht parties in effect tire electita rf thleir respective candid.tes yesterda- at the, polls. The Van Buraen party, encitraged hv the divinen n the Whig tanks in relationt t ilte en'rjeet of the License Law, m.de uiipserllelled effrts to carry their candidates. But it will hr se'an that the VWhigs have manfully stned Iheriregrnud, and lthat Massachusetts is ssil true to hetcerl and her cutitry. In thi ceity, the Whirlt vote is neatly as large as was thrown Ilast etr-whle tlhe Vin Burs vote is cnnsiderably arger-at the last electiona goutI deal of apathy I preYailed ill the Van lBurna rank. 'rue fIdlow ll is the result of the vie for Governur in tihe sverIl Wards ill l Slun. ':verelt, 52,195 Morton, 2,811 The Alias nays the rnlt will have a nlajo rity uof \ hi-e-6 it Suuii, 6 in Eseu, 6 tn Wor. cetere, ie., in Itlynioutlr, .re In Nantucket, one Siin Uarnstable, snui two it Hampshire. If tlhere t I atny ceue in Middlesex, tire Whigs are el acted. It is inot certainI that the loce lueos have chosen a asinglesenatr. Ii Bristol tlhere is blieved Itohe i no ctuiec and ifs.., the vacancies Mill be filled by Witige. l'ihre return of members chiose1t the ilnne f thowi that the Whigs will have an ovnrwaelltn tn ntij rily in that body. O the memberi on Sangrese chosen ten era d lWhigs and tile isn l,. In Mliddllesex no chluic a Ict resrnhia ,eo ton rrnce e R:e'lard Fletcher is re-elected it this city by h over two Ihhuaand ntujoriiy. J hit Q. Adalum; is re.lected in the Plymouth q disttlct without .aly serouspposilion. a Leverett Salto iatll is chsear in Esnex South b district by over U1100 ljotity. I Caleb Cushing is re-elected in Esrex North dig d. iriert by a very large mjority. ti Livi Li:,culn in re-l.ctevd in Wourcester by ac very Irge majnority. Wi:liim I. Calholn is reelected in mlarpden, by near IO 0tnaj,,ritj. JIu-s C. Alvord is ehoten in Fratinklin by an ovren, hIlhring majntty. e Isi trnj .riter in thile iVet. c. i ler hW.is If the dis:rict is very Il ri.me II itry \Villtalsr, Lo.to Focu, is rhrisea III the Pinrtr ! d r.ti.t i abhout 100 ao rit oaver N. B ortoen, tle proesent rtetier atatlve. Tihere cn he no questionr. the reelertion of Messrs Reed and Briggs irom the B rateis e an t Berket ire i.lt.iels RECAPITUL TION. . 5I08 .1387. Everett. MN otio . Everett. E ortna . 7altk 2etola.o501 3113a 5l360 971 Noreflk, 1 do 3444 4TIR 34419 A18I orisaol, 17 do W757 3008 1997 a807 r Plytout, 18 do t i 344 3r072 39 03o i0 Essex, B i do 7003 5006 8550 440t Wnor-eoer,5t do 8003 54I1 71907 80811 iddlese.x, 35 do 7749 80 73"17 4525 170 7;r,75 30.949 3.,980 1,2710 ONE DAY LATER FROM ENGLAND. By the arrival at Philadelphia of lthepacket hip Poehonotar, Caet. Wear, we have London paper, to tite 8th, and Liverpool to the 9lh of October in elusive, whjla heinig only one day later Ihatl our intelligence via New Yurk,allowa but little glean. The Liverpool was to make a trip to Dublin he. fore she commenced her voynge to New York. Somie accident may have befallen her in th.at run -which would prevent her departure. Tile Liverpool market on Saturday woe very flat and the sales only 10M0 hales; soday, however, we Iavre a fair attendance of the trade, who have bought 3060 bales. Attempts are being made in London, to die. pense with the ceremonies and dinner of Lord Mayor's day. STATE of TRADE a'ctr ns.-Tbhere has been a comparatively slack week, tow goods, either fin. ished or-therwise, having changed hands. Should the arrivals from Amertca, bring no considerable orders, it is tllhoughlt that the winter will not be got over so satisfacturily as many anticiprated a month ago. BRAnnARD-oreign orders arrive but slowly, ma' ny purchases have bean made for the winter, can. sequ-ntly less is doing in tihe piece marketr For yarns there is a. good demand at full prices-in wools there is n, variation. The Hamilton, Tenn. Gazette relates the pro ceedings connected with the condemnsion and pardon of a regular soldier of General Scoti's army, in the Chtrnkee county. He was a prtvte in the 3d Artillery, and had been found guilty by a Court martial, of a violation of tile ninth article of the rulea of war: the sentence, death, ly shoocing. The President, however, granted a repreive, but the commanding oflicer of the regiment had him led tou, at the Agency, at the hoar first appointed by Ilthe Court Martial. Belarea lorge concourse of people, he was solemnly conducted to an open grave, beside which was placed a eoffin. T'he expected victim was matue to kneel down and eub. mit to a white cap over his eyes. Twelve armed men in a file were drawn ap within a few paces, and the usual signal of the sword given by the officer to FItns But lo! the victimn remtained un scatched, to the great mistification of all present except threeactilng offlers of the day. The scene closed with the reading of the President's reprieve, and an order to the subj eect of hie mercy to quit the army. Tile Bank of the United States in New York the new asaociation started in thtis city under the Gtlreral Banking Law, by 1Measra Grtawld d & Alsop, redeem the notes of all the lPhiladelphia City Bntks, as well as those of the old Bank of the Llited States and its Branches, at par, aid it is foar to presume that they will hereafter be taken in deposite by the differolt City Baiks. The notes ol the new Bank of the United States and the Mechanicis Associatlon, have been received, and are now being put in circulation. Tte New York Banking Aasociation, is the title of a new Bank to be started in this city under the General Banking Law, with a cash capital of 1,000.000, by Mr Delafield, late President of the Pheniix, the hon Janles Tallmadge, James Emitt and others. Tiecertificates have been filed with the County Clerk and Secretary of State, anid the company will be ready to commtence business ao eool ao tthe bills can be prepared. it (f 'he ship Robert Browne, Capt. Mansfield is dis tcd chargitggjust below tie Upper Cotton Press; consignees nue will please attend to the receipt oftrheir goale. READ) & BAIRS'Ow, u dov23 6 Bank Place I' -Ti? e ship Emporium, captain PersnO , fromn New Yorkis diichor ging opposite the rail road; consignees will pl as attendn to the receipt of their goods. norv 23 LH CALE,93 Commo'l st NOTICE. u- The letter bag of the very fast saoiling ship Sidney Scaptai Cowan, fin Liverpoi, will be taken away from r the Jlerchanta' Exchange, at 5 p. m. t LEVI H GALE,

nov23 9. Common st by OTICE-Madame Cinasse sal f Riche, consign ,re pershoi liRhester, ftrm Havre, will please h eall at the office of the uoiersigned atnd receive, tlir oa goods LEVI 1 GALE, cit nrv23 93 Common st NOTICE:. ad T. MAiY'S MARKET STEAM FERRY CO. ce- A meeting of the Stockhoek hlrs in tle above Com nd ioy, will take plaece This Evenng, at 7 o'clock pre. .isrlv, at Mr. Charles Ditmotd's, No. 2350 Tclrepiaou* v s la street. ill. Punctual attelinoicei requested. ld 8 HIGH, - 0 nlsv23-1 1it t it - i . C.I 1'1'ROLLLI.l.' O"FLICE-SECoNii 5tUNICI ie IPALITI, ire NoNew Orleans, Not. 22, 18133. i- UIILIC notice ist herey gien; tihat on Stunrdiy, - the first dey of IDocember tvc, at twelve o'cicek, jtl I will cdjudictte at this offie, to tire highesat bidcder, t colleetiocn of the reveoue of ST. MARY MSlaRKEd for one yoar, sviz fen the first Jantari 1839, to ile 31st Itecemher, 1833, irclusive. Terms andon. dttions of the t'adjudicaion. Te farmer or lesset shall, within fivedays alter the adjudicatia, furnia his , froisr v notes endorsed to the saetifeetion of tlie fr Ctosceii, dayoble at ,, :,3, 5, i, 6 7, 8, , 10, 6, and 12 months iom ftite first day of Januarv, 1839, and l should he fhil to do so, a new adjudication will be atnde e for the account at at toe risk of said farntr dor leases, if He oshll also affect oad mortgage in favor of ttis Mu in nicipality all the rights on wTih said revente is farm a rd,s tlat in default ofrthe ipaymeot of any of the aatre . said notesun theirlbecuting due, the Municipalit mtry pd hav e tie power of seizing provisiorally the aforesaid rights, so affeetedasnJ ortgnged as a pledge. He shall lse conform to all the ordinances now in force or whichl ay be Iherafter be passed i. relation to said nmarket JOIIN CALHOUN, Snov53-tldlec Comptroller. BUREAU DU COMPTROLEUR-Municipalit6 No 2: Nile Orle6AN, 22 Nov: 1838. o AVIS PUBLIC eat par le predent donn6, quo Samodi, lor de D6cornbre proehain, t midi. j'ad ko j ugerai i ce bureau, an plus haut enohr:iseour, It to collects du revenu do MARCHE Ste-MAR E, pour uOl art saveir do lnr Janvior 1839 an 31 D6. is cerbroe inluslvemnnt. to Conditions de I'adjudication. Lo fe rier ou to. neur du hail, devrn, einqjours aparB I'adjudication, Sfourir sos billets pronissoires, endoesr h* I a n of tisfaclion du cone ii, payables It 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,11 et 1"2 moin, du lr de Janvier, 1833, it Sdf faut do laqeolle foromalil6, il sere pcoc0d6 a on e - nouvllo eachnre, pour loe odnptes at aux risquas cd dudit formier ou tenoar do bail. II devra ousai " effecter et hypolhoquer on favour do cette munici. Spalitd toua leo droits sur lesquels ledit revenu eat nffermd, do manihro qu'au dd:aut doe palemet d'au. can do. defdits billets, it lear 6dh6ncd, I murnicl. Mi palitd at I. dreit de saicir proetsoirement leedlts a- draoit, sinoi offeeids et hIypatifquas omrme cau. tian. Ii ae conformera nousi aux ordunuanoea ac. - iuellemont on force, on qli ie oerotal dana suite, 7 l'dgard dudit mnatlr6. el2oe JOHN CALHOUN, comp rol ler COA fRC.)LLEIt',i OFFICE, e Seceend .Mulicspal.ly. NEw OnLEanS. Nov. "2d, 1838. IUBLIC Notice is hereby given that on SaturdUoy j 1 the fitef day of lecemler noah at twelve o'cl.k, I will adjudicat, nt this office, to tre highert bidler, the collectiot ofttfe revenue oftlhe Poydras street Mcr ket, for one year, viz: from the first of January 1839 to the 31st December 1839, inelusive. Ternts snd co ditions of rl a judicatieoan.--The far Smr or lessee shall, wcthin five dars after tile adjudinca tion, furnirsh Ilis promissory ncote, endorsed to th saali- I Ihction ofthf council, payable al, 2, 3, 45, 6, 6, 8, 9, 10, I1 anid I2 months urlnt the firt day efJanaory 18:19, and should h- fail to de so, a new adjadicatito oill be made fur the account ando tile risk of sai fer ier or lessee, lie shll alto effect and mortgage in t;. cvur f this municli aliall the right on whict irite el laotion of said revente is formed, so that in defaultorthe paynent of any ofthe aforesaid notes on their heeomt c tig due, ati nl,,ici,,ality nmy have the paower iofseizing pr vidioally thie aforeraid rigiht, rso afectd and lnret gagedo as a tledge. lie shall also conform to all the ordicsaoea no itt firce or wh ch may be oerrafter pa1s ect in relatton toc aid larket. it JOHN CALHOUN, , nov .r--dtf.teld Corntrtller BUREAU DU COMPilROLEUR-Mumettc pa.ct No 2,- Nle.Oridans, 22 Nov 1838. fi AVIS PUBLIC eat par le pr6sent doann qua samedi, ler du ddc,:embro prochain, It midi, j'adju gerni i ce bureau, ao plus hart enchdrisaeur. In ollencts do revenu du MARCIIE DE LA RUE 1 POYDRAS, pour un an, savoir: do lcrJanviar 1639 ao 31 Ddcembre, 1833, inelusr.ivemne t. i Conditioande I'atjudicnationa-Le feormiecr ort to. near du bail, devra, einq joure opr. l'a Ijudication, - fournir sea billets protnis.oirea, ordoo.es it In as. tiafaetion do eonaseil, payablesit I 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 ct 12 euia, du 1or de Dccmbhre 0u for da Janetor, 1839: au d6 anut de Iqtelle formalitd, il sera proc6,E16 it ann nrouvelle eoalte, pour fe eoptae eLt cox r sqces dudit f rmier o0 tesour de bail. 'I: deer arussi affectenr at hytothlhq-cr on ia. veeur do netto muoicipalii;6 tons lee t'roits ear lea. quolan I. collcte dudit rcvenu eat affarmC,do mna. niroe qu'nu d.'out do paiemant d'aoeun dcndstlt billets, it leo oftirute, la munaicipalitd sit It pou. or voir do ntere ttaehomlrat proviaaire sur leedite droits, ainsi fI..c6s et hypoh.fht6te cammo cau tion: il so conformera sari it toutec leI ardonnan. ce aotuollemurt erll vigunur ou qlllr cenrof Ipt Ia suite mires eta foroc, it I'6.ard dudit narcl.id. 21our JOIIN CALIIOUN, ecnptrolleur. Sotlrng weo ln frli·,n r sihl .t ia I.a ltk. cl ttk e of v children. Applh a lhis olcttr. ov2.2~-3t - I.OTHING-20 ceo seasonable (' Clohiong, land jlg and ot sle by ' ISAAC BRIDGE & Co, ho23 131 Magazine at At-tE i.ACI NG-l-o greoss, Inding from stip Forum, for saleOIb ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nov23 134 Manazine i~ " ROGANS-1O0 ecoes, containing men's prime tp Sbrogans non heavy kip boot, landing and for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO. nov23 134 Magazine at s I'ERM CANDLEN-b25 box.e New Bedforddperm 1J Candlo landing.for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE 8¢ CO, nov923 134 Mazoioe st - 3 IPANISH BOOKS. i D ON Gijete dela Ma ncha, Oil Blot-El Uaehiller de Snlnmoasc, Poesias do Guevedo, do Obras jocoois, Corina o I' Italia-Lein Inean, Pablo y Virginin- Behanrio. Telemaco--Corln Ma rruorva, Grnmmnee ndh Dictloiories, Spanish, French, English and German. For role by E JOHNS & CO, nov23 eor St Charles & Common sl VINEGAR. r ilN b vinegar no board ship Ocmulge6, and for T sle by J D BEIN & A COHFN, no 22 90 Common rt. JOHN.-STE WART, NVo. 5, Plait Sireel, New York, COMMISSION MERCIANT, IMPOR'TER nd dealer in Hatters Plushes ani trimnings. Ample storage may be had on mod ratom terms, andevery attemlotupaid to goods forward ed to his care. teferences: IleIars. Lare & ProvosL, N O, lov22 1238 1! COAi,. A NTHRACITE and (Irrel Coal in casks blds and in los to suoit purchaers. Orders left at tie. coal vyard in Cano l street, between Carondelet and Baronme, or at the countine hotte of IIOLMES & MILe S, nov22 9 anuk Place. ANT''IIRACI'T'H CtAL.. NE hondred and twelve hlogshead superior Aln tlhranote C;oat, lhnding from ship Now Ilamp shire from Philadelphia for sale by HOLMES & MII.LS. novr. 9 lank Place. SALT--600i bags fie Liverpool Salt on board ship Forum, from Boston, lbr sale low if taken from the Lvree, by LAWRENCE & LEGENDRE, nov21 28 & 29 New Levee EAST POW IDEItS--A large supply of tile above SPowders lor sale by SICKLES & CO, nov22 40 Canal at /'OLOGNE IWATER--'Th subscribers have recei= vedby the ships Rochester and Republican, from Havre, a large supply of Cologne Water, Tooth Brush. es, Nail ibrushes, &e. f a superior quality, whiel they oiler for sale on rea;onable terns. SICKI.ES & CO, nov22 40 Canal st F ELi"S BLACK FI.UID--The greatest invention Syet knovn for writiue.--lThle lsuperioity of hiut article, above all other writing firldi ever offered ot the public, for every purpose of writing to whlich iti roy hie applied, has ben arkniowlegeld aod dilly appreciated by the discerning in every portion of tihe Unitd Statei where it has beei sold: ilis admitted to be superior to the blueor any other fluid hitherto discovered. The article here offered was invented for tile express par pose of'obviating the imany stroep objeetions entertain ed against tihe nuerous fluids .eretofore offered to the pull;ec. It is tlhe productioa of a cheist long eni nen for his skill, and possesse properties not contain ed in any other invention. The apllicaiion of the mostapottetful ingrsdients hasfailed todastroy its in delible qualitiea, and is ilulohblie for Ieing free froni ll corrosiveness so destructlive to paper, which the fluid is known to possess. IU Tho e bove arti ee is ofired to the public na one in every way deserving of tleir confidence and patron. age. For sale by the groer, dozen or siigle battle, to suit purchlasers, at 1) FELT' & CO'S New York Stationers Hall, nov232 14 Chartres Pt M AIIEIl'u NEWS INK-50 kegs jut reeivoed and fol sale, on oullerate termsi by I)AVILD EIlI' & CO, New York Stationer's HIll, nov52 24 Chartresst UMBllEHR-1,O, ll0cller While Pie boards, I ad ing from Whip Loudoo, for sale S &JP IIllTNEY, nov22 72 Camp at S`ALT--300 sacks flue Salt, landi omE shil Echo, Sfor sale by S &.J P \VIIItI'NEY, nov22 " 73 ileip et OI S 1I.,E--51i1, laa v Marano Segare, ilt0 IbIuxe sins, 10oll lhore dlo.l se , 25 flrails do. Aluondos, 50 tierce, Irile('lroltl In ice, of the new crop, and i)l ABIRAIAM TRI.ER, n dig from i ir S J J I' WllITNIEY, nov2 73 (eamp at - nO Uv. . ...... " l" " J:t rati, . . l-- 5 br-- el-TI' . ...'..il .... Si 20 casks Sperm Oil, winter strained, for sale by 1. II GALE, inov2 !):llfoonlnn a E pcrinr orderr, lor malt! 5 by trelan L II GALE; nov22 93 (.molnIn at I11i .\lILliE IAUES. First Dev-A match for $2,500 a side h. ft. four mile heat.; iljor 'I'. . Well's laUles hi. f. Extant, by imp. Levialho , dam imp. I refuree, by Wonderer. Grier & Simmon's ahe b. e. byl.icifie, dam hy Sir Charles. Second Day-A mulch for $300 a side, I. hi. four mili enats. Major '1' J Wells names CF lreeswing. by imlp. Leviathan, dam Black Soplia. (Birmingham's dam) by Topgullant. Grier & Siniaun's ioiies e. I. Wilhin Hlerndcn by Wooltpeker,dnm by Whipatern. Second Race, same day, a Sweepstakeh for 2 year old colts and fillies, mile heats, $500 eotranee i f.a sev en subscribers. Joe S (rion, C C S Farrar, Ir Smith bSmith, ' lSmith. Tlhos J Wells I) Stevenson. Third )ay-lTwo vile iRate, J C Purse, $1511 Oatie I)av, T'wo nile heats, J C Purse, 750 Fourth Day-Tihree rile nel t.J C Pareo, 1.10 Fiflh Da)--Fourlnilet hearts, J C Pirse, 20110 Nlilth tivy-Mile heats, beat 3 in 5.J C lPlrse, 700 vreveth Day-Three mile lheats, l'roprrietor'e purse, 1000 JAS S iAItRIsON RICHIAIt) ADAMS, T'IOS J WELLS. nolvl-tro NEW ORLEANS J )CKEY CLUB BACEsO. O VER the Eclipse Course, to emmemce tn'rues. I day, the 4th of December, and continue six dayl. FIRST DAY. Jockere Club Puree, $1,500, 3 mile heats; econd lest horse to receive $231, provided more taan two start; if but two, the wiener to receive w1,00. SECONID DAY. Proprietor's Purse, $1,200, two mile beat.; tseeod beet horse to receive $201, provided more thea two start, if but two dies wainer to receive $lll,00. TIllED DAY. The Netw Orleaots Plare-a spleldid Tea Service of Silver value tlllP0). 2, ile heats. this ro.e fllr year oldr anl underr atlryigltheir appropriale weighl; 5 resr ads aurd ov 10 on r ullds FOU'I'll I)AY. Jockey Club Pwlit, $.5200, 4 mile leats;seconld hlot Ulree to receive $0i,), provid ll le than t.ro stari ; if but Io, the ainler tl, rective $2,000. Propr.htor'a Purer, $j,00 t llt ealts, best three in five. SIXPll DAY. P'roprietor's Purse. $1,000, three mlile heats. nov 19 Y N OI.IVER. -tOL MER-Adl 'otatwcc,. 26,009 teat clear seasons eU tlirdsla. i10 bbli P'utatlues, laudig fromn slip Lagrantge, and fur ale hy LEVI H (GALE. Noemter la4th, 193t. -DKAF'SI on New Yolk lIt sight Ilr sale, i asuls, Sto ull purclasuers, at I per cent. plreliUll JA.IES I CALDIVEI.L, noel4 Pre'rt. lliE celebrlcated New York hbtolltg harse. 'lt Ll)A,' T ii lie rall.d for oil Saltlal.ly thie 24th itllslst. l'his verr Iopulalr nei'tllll'a, illllh wier of eo Ltly U e.+, olld osleasil.eing such uel diua ed sltecd, at ha blt t, is tlnw in lthe bllt osibla oea tiilli, lttnd mlay be se' at tny tiale aod iartlielarslalerllned ttislabllle of OLIVER lIUBttIU,, Tattrreall'e. it St. Ch irolt at. cur iavielr yIECIIt1.tI wes J eall$0 tlitvlr--td. NI) t'ICE. D U RINGt the teulnm lrarv Sllen -+ ofill the sullbcribe r 1l t :i ll h :city, t'hirlio+ Iir ,ye .:ial. will act Iis lI' NC.l d IL:iLI':Y. JUN. Stall 1d2--mf St. Clarles Theatre. '1T'1s EYENING, NOV. 2.1, Will he perfirmed the douestio Draimau of TIlE WRECK ASHORE. Miies Bertr.mi- Mr. Pearson, WtdL r Barnard, . Illar, riuieptt, Harrison. Ali e. Mrs. Farren. Grand Pas Seul, Mad'o Ravenot. An Overturae by Orchestra, The whole will conclude with the new Drama of A GHOST STORY. NEW PUBLICATIONS. TIlE Merchant's Mannal, comprisingthe principles of trade, commerce and hanking with 'erclhant'a aecounts, inland and foreign bills, par of England: equation of payments, &.. by 1 F Foster. Denmocracy in Amelica, by Aleaia de ~icequevilla, in I vol. Man in his physibal structure, and addptations, by Robert Mll."di. The Flower (iardhe a cftestnirig d'eetions for the tuititiain' of all garden towers; width selected lia'.o the mnioel "proved annual, biennial, and perrennialf lower plants, in I vol., l2m. Gleaninga of Nature' emininehtg flfty-caHes groups of aniteale an' planos, eits potpular desriptione of lthir habits. By Robert al ,.la The ictaim if Gaminin g lmin# ettra'eos fromt th Dins ry of an American Phyiotial, Outward Blund; or a Merhann. Ad.vrenures by the, al.ltor ofrRatlnot stth Reelrs,' 'Thre lid Cotmmodoref new edition, iao 2 vole. A Resideco of Elreen Yearn itn the Now Hollan d and tie Ctrollue Islands, being the Adreathres of J. F. O'Conmell, Edited from I.n erhal narration; inL I tolnts. terenesod r Civil Engineering of North Ant'utaitr I relume, 8o. nGray's Elcv, illmstrated, I vo, 8vo t GrCnrya lard, illustrated, I voeel, l2mn' Webster'e Elementsaol PhyLsioe, I vol, I2mno. losale's L.ife ofaiorenzo de Medici. with a memoir of the auther, ins vol; just received and for sale by Wll MeKEAN, nov2a ear orflaip & Common at SITIIlNA'T h'E' T--e new article for Lkiadhng I Hard coal; lthe curious are desired to give it a erial; for sale by LOr e e nov 23 4o 8;, Front Levee BAR IRON--A full oauntrlet of Set, round a nov 23 No 8, Front Lev TOLEN Imm along side shinp Olio,eon tad nig aof S21s inst, the yawlboat of said ship, painted green inside and uat; 18 feet long-a reasonable reward will he paid for the recovery thereofr; aly to T'E'Tnd SON H AVERY nov23 88 Gravier . SKISH Potatoes, London Porter, and Westphli Hums, just received and for salehy the subsaibers, PIITCHARI) & TAGERT, nov 23 eorner Poydrase and Msgazinesrt L IME--1000 casks Limnc landinag fro brig Empl ees, Sand for sale by LH GALE, nov 23 73 Common at ALT--5000 aack Lixerpool Salt, afloat in lots to stilt purchasers; apply to L H GALE, nov 93 Common set TO LET, Two Itosesa uoar Tivoli Circle; r appl to SO'rT, LUI..S OF U S ()Ut'IRT'. I1IE Rules of the Circuit and District Court of tin U S tor this Iistrict, for Sale at the office of tim Marshal of said Court. Apply to utovl9 "J P WALDEN. NOTICE. Mr. GEORGE MIARRICK having resigned the of flea ofchlicf Engineer of the New Orleans ad Carrull ton Rail Road, Mr. John lfuolpaoa bus beet appoint ed in his place, to whnt all persons larintg business with, or wishing information regarditg said Rail Road will apply at the Roil Road Office, 'oydrua street, By order of the loard. (Signeod) JOIIN NICIIOLSON, novl7--lf Cahier. TE Ilane it .totre and u.T.. for tale S75 ateks Java Culoffee 31lI do Rio dlo 19l5 do Havanta do, 48' ito l.iverpool S.lt 50 barrels Ameriant lIrtadly A111 io riron b 15 do llnd do l 2111 iot!is N,,w dllIfrd Slpcrla Candles 9111 i do :tlel lln ul ;i's ,ol. / "5 do ro Ni. 2lill half Ploxes inl No'` 20011 Ioslllet R taieilo 215 barrels m A mllOltdn 1,0 d A k t do 1 II·1 u o ,a I tll, 11111 tligt rn, varioul ilalilite 75 t I ei t.in i tli; . II lltter I 0 I rtx,s ascrted a ze, l'ith:kcIs 0 bal-rrl7 Itf lit m . . -. 'illl a bret stieti tt ttloer gootls i tile (;roierv line, hti ull will be cold vrel Itw itr cao,', tr ,i il, usualitl7ne \VI"NST'SON & Sl.\l, llol17 _7 F" on _Levee LfIII I & 1 F5ISII-t35,tIlI feelt 'I ut!oer, boarl L .l ship I.iverpuol oIasite Ith Orleats I'rena. Alt Otta ouordl, or to nt, 17 LEVI 11, GAIE, Irate shhip Ip 'urtlelI, ri s ,le by it nol7 ISAAC BRIIItGE & Ct, nonl 134 Magazine st ih C-I li I-UtiucItitiw lrin. Rice, for etl.- li soul .., ,,?'""" LOUISIANA INST'ITUTE. .HI1S Insltiltutal for tie education ofyoung gentle SIlleu Hill o ite uperationu n tile first oalOcte Sber, in tile busetaeat storv O t lt, letlrhdist Church, oert r oft( a,lelent aad Poydraa, tunder the directilo arho th nderseigned who hat ee pied the chair of uatheelratis in several Collega s of the north, and who is anreaduate of one ofl tie moiat t.lebrated univerasitiejs Jf aIurupe. the course oftsudies to be pursued in thisetninaary b will be m rehenlded, tle fillowing d tivisieoa,ti: r1. The g t dortment, ethbraeinf all the irees ofa tthorough atnd aceomplisherd EIglieh ed aeation. 2. The elassieca depnrtment, cotprelmnding the Latin ead Greek languages. 3. The department ol mdetn languagea, in wlich will be taught theFrench, SpatNih and Gierlan late 4. The matlematical and , i lorilc anldepartment eolprehelelig Algebra, t;e elerv, he two erieg lll reles it witheir pru teral anplitatiet to Jiurveva g, Navigatioe, AcItaOlay, &e. Natural l'hilotaply a:ed Clahelitry illueirut4 by altropraiate exlerletamet. lJiEvenia g Classes inl tie llodern Languagea ill be taorurd aid atelended to firal the tmt (cto,ear. U J HAD)DEILMAN,, A 51. R.:Eraataca:: J GIBSON Esq, Rev Pretident SIIANNON, Louieaina Collge, Jackson. Itr C A LUZENIlEIG, I. C DUNCAN Eaq, J NICIIOLSON Eeq, New Orleans. oep25--183l MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS. T IE prie of iaesh flour to-day is t11 87 per bar rel, U according t a tle tarift, tile bakera e as ll give dun rilg the lpreseat week (frot Molaedey 19th ittt.) 2U uua eea ofbhrad for a lilt. Bread at the seeotd qolity is required to weigh 25 per aent. mere. via: 35 ounces. Itovl7 C. GENOIS, Maynor. I IRST ate Slilal Cora ilae apply n b anral A i Ocauee, olpuaite Hospital street. C O. VERSA'I'ION'S LEXICON, 12 alse, and 1 el alesr s; Glethe,-Sbchiller, l Ta Hfl' tlaa,, Comaplete works. Wieland--Leaaieg,. Th Koerer--Vonderr Velde Casanora, original edi Zelhtekke, il & in 8 vale; Clauren & Kiid Novelleu, And a variety of slanaard works in tile German. AlO German eraummnare ant IDietionlariea for instrue tioar in renchd, Eoglish and Spalish. E IOIINf , Cto, no17 eor St :Charlet & Common st -ill a8r ,heileanc arve eade m e.arrrlrge aeuts withl Mestr,. \Vat,'r &L HLilhnan, oa ti.e Steamr Bake. ry, for atacoUstat Siupply of thelr lBroil, elh fit,,, the bake houae,a lot el'iwhich wae lre reed.iel aed ufftr flrrale.csaaitial ojrpiht, tlavy aI, eolf! ho.nret bread; Soda Biseuit, Stgar, Butter antl Water Crat kers, pat up a lr barreln, boxes. (Gi W PIRITCIIARD, nele7 Jil TAGIRT J It. NOTfICE. 71HE subscribers have sesaaaiaed tllemselves ill iu tirnesa undir tile firt,.,1f CRItTllIE 4. SIN. NT', al solicit a ieeotinuaace tf the iltro,.ge re reinrd by their Jhn Chrislte, wahlel ceoducting hitltl.ee ill tis owt naae, as h'Wolesale Grocer uned Caluiiasetan Mlercahaot. JOHN CIIRISTIE, a oarv2-3w N. SINN )TI',Jr. BA A AR. Corner of St. Chaeles . Common sleel, JUII 1 & AI.tAN . weoueid re-peclfulliy cell tile at. - tentioeeafditezaasuanttelateeeger, tait,,eioulpl.ate aaoaeantdl tiarcleateu ut ltrat- lheau, -l .c, t wric Ilacg dilk, lrotin cand : mer bino r hlio, ire rltn ,,wers, - cambltrie and eilk Ihamlklerrciiett: blnak eeeeo francy cant vaae in great varieta: ateaelaeoflery dteariptioneteeat, gleasc, gereeinttcia gaeoee.: ueabreilaa atd catet goald in lured Alsee,-Spletahelasaert lles,, ref t tc~r n renti wri. titg iehaela~eei cacee, plear, fallan, leterntee, ec lory, ant rieh fteuv goods. "l n vltI tvd 41 Necw Lrevee Camp St. Theatre. Fifth "pp lrlner this srePnu of MIZS MEADOWS. This Evering, November 23, Will be performed the Play of THE LADY OF LYONS! Claude Melnotte, lMr. Fr.dericks, Col. Dulaus, Hatrelt, BReauseant, Fieldlirtg, Pauline, Mrs. Ihtrrett. Alter which, Mits Me tdlow will oppear and rilg a sunlg fnle du{lce: O erturerby the Orcheltrel. Affte whi:h lle Farce of T)IE W kATHERCOCK. "I'tistrm' ttkle)' Mr. Fielding, Varielle, Miss Meaadod.. 13 Thne etip Echr,c'apttain Maller, frome N. York, is di-charging opposite the veetable rnket--ron signees or rerquested tot Ittrld tr reeeiit laltleir goeda. S& J P \VIII1NY, fle o d1 73 Camp, treet. GOV ELkNUOK'S HiBOISE GUARDs. YtHL Trmrp twill pnordetmn .4rtlay morning Ilexto the 25th ieotant. at 9 o'clock, on the vacant qll re dogrro nl r 1i St. Clntrles trect, lposreite the l'estlee, for elrper:titsn od ldrill. By order of J WV Stillwell, Lieut. Comed't. JOHN GIBSON, oyl21 08 GOVERINOR'S4 HORSE iGUARtgS. Y OU will pareade in fll winter aitrmin, on Fridey Afternoon, tiLe nth instant. at 3 o'clock, oil the square opposite ite Theatre, in St Lharles street, for Regimental lReview. y order ofr J W Stillwell, Lieut. Ctmnd't. JOHN GIBSON, nov21 it. S. IN$EDU OIL in store anorti r tal byr n 44 New Levee F LOUIR-451t hblr. Mill's bnen.d in eters and for sake by G I)ORItEY, nov1l 44 New t.eren DI]S & J P \Vhilttey haOre re.rernO tio 7(..1ismp etreet. ¶2 I U IMF -100 0b rrocl TiL e orse tn I.i, , fir sne. tby nov21 it5 Cllmp at AILS--.Lnding fen ship Frorum are dr sale by 1i0 kegs asrerted sines Neile,s lo in store, 36 doe do it o YOKKE & BRO'IITEtiS, enrvl _ _5 CnaCer) ax 5AIN--10 boxesb /nlih Malag Idsius, R 12 hlli balf rboxe, r 10 boxes LeAone; hIl0 pots Grapes 31 lr caekon sweetl Mtloe wine, lew l and ing nd forle tlrby PE'ERl.e LAII)LAW,. BAIIREI.S-51-11 new oak tiMoItIIsise + lirrels, it Sprim orrder, for sole by nov21 rIor Crootirnrntr l I FDICiAF, ;'AINTrS (1 11.5ll, L' 500 kegs purre end Neo I tVhe Iead. 150111 hals I.in trer il, in tirces ,od barrc l, i i0 ll2re n r ralrrtim letd' " onirt (lixtlre,. 45 boxes Enelirh t, u trd, o111 ers A pllhie'nriti ' [lothi nn d phi als, 5o11 balrre tl tilOrre 1. 'eeo, Salte, 3 c:slepoiidrred Iticnr., 3t rases pnwlorl tlbaiihibt 211 earhnr.+ oil Vitrril, 5 barreels Sail bldl, ironld lRace Ginger, .1np, lip.i"h and Alrneri,,rr, tInltlrel, Ale hol, ro tr' li7,, '1':11 trii]e, \VildVI w (lae, t r o nl.lr, hr ,,illn 1luhll r eierttiltltiif \ieliiniri , Ivt,.sluli, ltrijlo, 1);.e, dr., fur soleo t the lores( prirr es, (er fir, ' ir enlv ii, by JAIt\IS & ANltEIR 1I1,ll',S-11 hhdt Itrion Sider, in goid eodiirn iti S store adfidretle hy StEl7TSiIN & 1VEtIY, tron.:tI I ';ie, RED . EA IN)s-la . tnfnae Y, t e nori21 4I New Leven (ý IIIR ` .L . ES -i- i f tv t al l ~ll+n s l, . I II I . I L . iu t s a t e u l. S --- _ (,nrnlluho It l.u ry A (:lrd. I.I ORI.E.4 S 1.1H7'll0(t.4 . I'H I'l 7'a.f;I, ISII ME.T, 5.1 grI (.IZI,%E 0 %TiRE1;/ %T, OPnIOsTE B ANKS aRCA'E Ip " G (iIIItIENE returns Iris s "reo tIl saks to Ili, IV f n,l ih t public o f N .w N c +se ., . Siuironnee be ilitowed on Il os O libr tIllhehol lt i Iw e I d lat L.egl ee ttI llue to ,hIn i t h' Ill a ll 1rn cova Ii, d iol higl t'uctI I al be hslalln 1 It ; lae will as tene, keep oth i n lt erade tani cul, h serlnnte unmens 'rdc strike bar l c e lsurpud planu and ll drawing, of every derl, llIllil , i oll i shortclt notiee aolld in eIIc as1 riclS. I,,('1tt N I: ApNeile e ad dr i an gllstse labels extllan ill a nlood style as eoppterplate engraving, llll tl lle thirdf Io'lia 'xltce. i "21 l Dress i & Iaqlerade B iall, WASHIIINGTON BEAIL 1IROOj om . Phililsi rti, beTUteiR IoyaMCyNl A liirble. S'.IlE Mlanager oftllie ltl llaInn Ie'(d Illl RIUlgrnllte. 1ful to Iht frie ls IE d tie r helii fil the ullnparl lilled ange ested on Inc torseveral seasons, reapeefcilly informs thelll lhltt the eCsiblhll-ell lIa been enlalged for the ra ill eullt if vsilit s, and ul eronc imlllle.te repneirs. ' nhe bar will ne surpeaced h by Iltn in q ltality t(liqunrt lt, a l the lteicli rIe t ill be kep t by the ablest Iesat uru.lr ii thie UlciI.c i sntes. T'h'n room will reaopen on ualtnrdy tven au , 3rd of NovPeber next & t by it SGRIANli IIIRES.. t & ,1 \)tl l, ,11 Ei 11 ~ gatd will ithke planice. u s ', i il a 1\%lrs day anid Satcllnlav Iveningl1,erc fhe 'cII1( ivI will and u n the Ist naf nIIcIv, 1; ,i4. n N. I. 'hie r wi to keep ing itrelt order Ihruuglhuut he eslubliillllnccl, an c deao lust s.entin. - CITY iOo'rl-... Corner ofComcon o;tol T(jaI.leoeele. R. & MRs. GEF,. SItAI.I. .,ve tl.." +bea. " lf illnfurlllt u I iei 'rfi ,1l, and iI Illlll !o ll , th! the IIull ,' sofiiornlblv known ns 1liaop'.E Ilo/l, will he opeilnt ed ,ie e\'ed.llnu , te 4thi ihlnt. ar Ihel n. e tiiel otlellpnnv. Tletov itier ld tilhe l laetm n honugl lyreptred thed ednewlv fuln'lihdl thioughrll t, aid b leave o assllre tie lavelletr ,Ieu ciliZenll pblht wbhleveIr repuiittiontl Iie Intte lty hcllvn eletinrl i, oet years,, no exertins Oel their Iptt shall br waenting to :llilllin A Colhatiu, will bi spirulut It o'clrnck oi thIe moren ing oflth 1 Ilth illnst., tn wlilrli the public is reipetfiully •ANCAeHIIE PiirTAtES...20 Ilampers Lan calire 'otaltoere, fur sale by lvlfi S & J1 P WIITNF.'EY, te Coneti at TO MERCilANT'7s l .iAIEItCHANT.t ct have a BiAUTvl UL CIlieU LAR Ielrakck oefn forar hor NOiTICit, yfflttge th. t Compting IRoom of 'RUL'E AMERICAN I'NTINrao OFice,, St. Citarles ExehnelItg. a.djoiiicg tle Rentn ING ROOM ie Carneir oj'CGranvier stree. JBOX C --AIRSIIpO dozeli lnx C Uhirs. Just -e cl rejd, natlld suitablo llr hillpping fe sale at the luisinal"lIrnitllln We rennin. inlnl:i WM B C.ARNIdS. FURNITURE W ARDEROOMS No. s:i, tiic ivelln e treet. I%7ILI,1AM It. CARNE,., woud hIes ),,: fiy in. f'rln ]its l'eiittl ilnid thel ethblic tnt e o nt-. stantlV rece.ivii fint New York anedl Lntei al good innsurtiln.et ol,'titrii ei Ituh as niunbogcey Cihe b, ient i'iahn., butrn n,, noileti, eaitrientee', aciting uiehes, eilnlntet e le ad inaiftty end hinerty, WoSit slntiin, iolnlkig glagclsnl fellleett, btedclg, Av. . N1i. I'llriltll'e loohkcd Ii tlillellei rn atiuli Wilt greal TIt ).'IY;S-9_ 1 hew plittln ('oatl SItu,".s; I0 Il rlOib gattl ,·.'StLovS er e t It. , i tlrlv iV iY lII I'et id artiet; n.o.e5 ritn,...t t.... etj ...t .c..ire d n /dd on Itn tlcir fule l nsitk, Ilt ele c by tivl9 I' KI e ('t, ieee. lr e L.PI e st N Il--Statne pipe. nMide to nert and pu1 al ih any partLof tli c hiy nn lel,,t Iclicc. LlI'. I. tlcil'lrb, iuii eal Ln , buisa iellce vet i A Eei. ofl . o :xch t, lIg n le , ,tei 'o.t anIed Sti. - 'cnics s tde . .e. 'annul 1t-e it . 1 11:1 (.LAil\llýllS e \l illll i lhil tll' li, I nad n's. .lin ll, Ir ; ; i.ulng {;ulet lll t e A lllill. n in 1 t; Alice Aitc; Thi" % il l" '83 E Jolnsa & (f' I..,ishaa .ll, ac r 18;19; Ju t rr eined and Itr nee I If J(Cll , t, Utn, uc 17 S1ee yl C Ita.ltb A occa

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