Newspaper of True American, November 26, 1838, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated November 26, 1838 Page 2
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CLICSAIANO2S. "N vember Bd. Idý r LIaaN4 Idýn, there Ansley & Rohinon. Hw..OHa, Vat r, . 22....., J '.' . W~illl hr HamS....brhr, J WZ naaai a.. . Ave25. ra8ha1l T11.v, .hasb, II. II. Ph.a..r . .ad ta .alhip Chat.I~II .,ahn N St. aald FH.'C....frt IV Pm it.,¶ird *aaIp~ta. St htapha~aja Oohr.Ly DI~da.. ae Ohaelaa. eatpauaa3.hlp. Ja W ZNiae.m a tha.F. D Meer. Rawq Nam subr als , Mute r'·IL Towbat T~..il..e Rapp.s. fra the tha Gala.....e atoiehip. aahaat Phot. Ma in. SI.,, S W Pao. hirb towed to mahurk Hetry. Re.aa,,. ao the city .itk .hlp ViLakaip, nF Luaa.,aaui Saaal Houst... Left lthlehaedafihh P.a. , mal.t at 3p S. Sa..rl ra..., at acLhor Ilnide the N Pr, bo 'OUat; anda Thom.aso brigaaai· up. Several 540.5 Ymao. in thk river. St... toSboa Shi.rk, Thom", fham N W Pa..; hLaig IMod teen. Ike... bark Paphi.; Bt.... brik Juli, mad Moo i6ha Carm... Returnaled ttw w.it .hp Gal.. .ad tabh 5er.. Lef t . tha 23.2 las, at 6p... Two brig.. tahr. Emelbe. Freeres, mud "Vern; small 'usesl in the river. Ship Galan, Sno... Iltjd.. lra. tlakchpaal I, Mto mute. r Ship Vtrk.lha, Haaker, i2d.ay.from Na. York, to fluid # Coabe... aar. r a'.l mad.. )aver 0..mt. Clark, 18 day. from Vehicles. Mh..eame, 110d ki. ti... a.od hl bpa potas.to oider. Ship DGade,, Lamahrt, 24 daya lfa.flaDh, vie Cha.rsta,, C. master. Ship Charle., Caey. It dyifrom Paortmoaalh S.Pq Poataer, If.,., 2 dl.y. fram Piiladalphi. 2. tSb Ship 'ickhaharg, 13 dJay fro. Nmo York. Sabs Hero. Holme...fram P.,.aael.,t. tasa......arga, 40 leather. to A FSimpsoa. Suih Sa. Hareoaa. fham ApotaLa.khal. in hball.., master. Stamm. Seala., H11.1,, Roam t La.,.. St.mmer John Jy, MS..on., fam Mtoth oa White L.ie'. St..... Litte SoRk. Plymoaath. fr, tmouth Whit, RIi.,. St..... T..hiaa, tClau.a., hot. Viakkharg. StameW I 51.....wn Wood, from Vakahaurg..TaSed doan brigl tihe RodSoda. bo.ad toN.a York. Smtrmae'Sahra., Thompaaa, fra. rPd..ha. Stauar ClydeCable .frampSt LoI.ia,,d Alton. Saiamaor CorvteaeaJohaha, 1., t'Palaah. at..,. Stall Caoaahbia, WIlly, tha, Vahlk-aae. tamm .hlp Colalias, Wade, arom the Passe; Pavig ga. atL· heW Seceders, at I p a, aa the Bath ia.s, rip.s 3 skhi iaaid th. line alma. allh,,a.. PIS buat Diaoa. Wo.a..a, fom Mtayslle. Kentuacy..,.qao IN brilm So, and 301 keg.l.,rd, to Pairce phmea . St.. Pb. haat Curlew. DaaS., II.., ttajoilhs, Kasalky..eaaa. or. hala rapaaad bargig. t, Pierce Rbsonou a Bra Falla .ea O bomb, & pbell..surge, 380 brie aours. A I. WallaceA o. COMMERCIAL, L.ast, Dailels C Mr|to. Noo ........... 21 IbVskhiugNoro 8........ 18 ew oLk. ouv............ 171 Cioei.tuali. do.......9 I idlph.a N ..........1 I.ouillle, do............l0 Skltlim .d .. . ...... 19 1t. [.ull, No .......... 7 Besaosh. Nov.. .... II Lioerpeol, Oct......... h7 Hooste ('lIsat) No,......10 Prl Ot .............. 7 Ilosno. oe ............ 11 Lodon. de ........... .0 Nakhville, No, ......... 2I flore do................4 c.XPGI''08. HAVR IE..Per ship Rubhiooo..cergo, I1l halos eootco. BOSTON.. Per silp Ohio..crogo, et hsles. tetlo" HAVANA..Per bole ~.~.Idur..curgo , I1g9 brll our. HONDURAS..Peobtig Kenh.wa..arlog, 100 bll doour, 100 bosle tsit. eod 12 kelsolive.. PENSACOLA..IPrskhr D Moo..eargo, 40 kegs lard. 40 1.. c'lan. 3 bads cotin' br2 l pork, I hsN asd I b lHAVANA..Per ~ r. OIalm'..enolrn. 245 lo steol, 49 lhhds ltobo. :101. kets lard, 2 bko "tmiple toubco, 2i ilckgt ldoe, I1 blo eoltou,. IMPORTS. BUCKSRBORT, Me..Per ship (.a.le. esroe, 40 tons hay, 050 ,rlsr potte, to In lulmbar, 250 box, sload fis tIDbrl m olekool. to II BHlo.let nd astLer. PORTO.MOUT'H--Pr .hi, Chorles-cargo, 310 bile pots.' toes, :I Ioton hey. BATH-Psr ship Diademl. crlgo, I01 ton.s by, 1500 biel p,froem. PHILADELP.A--Pr barqso Poaelr--cargo, ssoroted StzIse,ut the po der houss. RECEIIITS OF PRODUCE. It Losi..Poo stemer 8b0lms.. brl hoeey Goyne, I cosok hoaero K t Mloiill. 10 bofloflour, 16 lckl bulalo robes and 2 bLos ds.o J 8 oghboerty, 52 bil. doeur. 29 do con. Captain lIoCgnls. 4 rbogs lsseLe, 38 seks coroe 75 brl buot. 2 do toneues. sod 315 seeks coo 8Is014 Boo; Slbol rosto orlolld 75 hots lootd JW Loeilluhouoeo, 46 Iolhsol and hoosos W R Depsattet Ioord, .551rls leootfd 2 honesuM Jbmith oonbord, 197 ssksroro. 251 do Jobn Rfbelse o board, 122. 4is corlts Loehbnkl.rte.v, Dtoe-gee.41 doJAmoureBl doN AJoaDi. & e.. 181 do W Mt BeIl , 5 do Mtit Ilesestso do, 6 do Cerrluthers. latrrils c-, I12do Allen, Asher & to, 2 d., FPor lyth a Limerick, 61 do M While * co. 25 dos chicken., 376 head elboae, II pig 17 Idos turkeys sand skeop. tDllorou & Fr.O,lll, s brll Iosur, MP Fri. Mouth kofWbiteo iver..l'er steamer. John Jay..l2hle cal Mo. M White A c. 85 do Burke, Watt A co, 46 doW 8Io2so. 41 do A Moulrna & o, l. do mith 4 Voorhekso, 53 do II Masono 2 do L Crlpellter. Mouth of Wiilote River..Per steser L.ittle Rock.. 200 hIs eott Burske, Watt r co. 30 do Adams 4 WI.ilall, 55 do Meorrifeld, Pealsonr o., I I, do W M le.l, !) do A Wlhie &ire, I1 dofTylor, Gnidnor&cA , :2 doW Bolgt, 1doN J J tick & co. Vickbhurk..Por eteenler W L Roheson..l0 his etollen Hab. et A Geoo.h, do Mrlio I hessiot. 3 do Smith & Voorhoel. 0. do arteiot & Jeloltg, du o & J Dck 4 co, 156 do Buckner.Stml Ion & co. Vlkelourg .Per otolnrr Tuokine..514 bales cttuo, Bee. lt. FeIr p i *ay ,eo 25 do Iloks, WeVot leeo. 106, No.u:osto ",,,pin 1 , a .,l d, Pickett l s Banks, l0 do V Itoo'., l Ado Horio Willard. 311 do Ludeth '.1 holranlpsoll, U do H Ciommack o 0...1 4ld Bouckllor, talton.~o coto, 0 do Fronklin. & H,:ll deonos. `I do Peyrono, Aculol & co, 5U Ilhdl bot oll. McFuod. don, & BoRk ecue. t L.ouie ted AIlon..Per O tobmr Cl.l e--r.e.c. 2( 12 nooki eon, :ll d, nalIt 11 II 1 ll; I ; ssk. coorns 6 borl Ioans, 39 duo lheaollorlo Ciu ollo,; .0 s2.,,ks cole, .2 ), corl)5 ken~ hnloerJ Bnile 2OhArleo lru Ilo.ot tS Ilaoro; 2 pi;0 in E I t.ocpio; S. oe s lrev i:t...i.-hl . t1key; I do de A ist.k; 905 ll0 eohalfdo owlllo, bladod. Podu l,. Peer *leolsr Huckoe--csrog, 1333 hrls oour, tt.ohoy k hhellin.hl,; ",0 lu do Cols'.Oek, Ityds a cu; 57 57 hblds 2.5 tiecco co II hihh, I..,. S IJ.lldl, ., c. 125 11l. dour J Vouil c; 'Ali pi:ole'ad sJo ailio ; 10 b; leteroo.ot W Ilog.lt; Ii lldf brl. buter. P.duclh--Per.teume r Conrelt..c1r-o: I1110 blr floor, J Voirin & ro; lI dd d.l F J Fortll .a co; 13 :llel.tCtolItoII,, o'recoolt4 Sherrine; u do Id.aorl:neoo & co; I In packs rl,r 5 do 'edacha. 6 IoIla.Ollscll .1ll 01, B&lrllooe; 45 brlos clloer, 311 .ock. ools Copt J.olo.t .o Vicklblrb..l'to oleoc, floil olo.tml.iu..corgr: 143 holas rttn Bcnoett. F'roodrl.y A co; 1075 do dIollontorI I, Stonl, A r; 64 doI o lHuboll & GAil;l 6 4 d4o Ndu0.u- '1'ou,kin A,0 ; 51 d do o.ombeth nld htIl.o.pson; 7: do do N A J I)icbk uk d 0i; 63, do rsllklill llod I.lloderoll; 41 do Brandoer OIticoos sad Wrilct;c2Ldo.ll H Valluce; 46 doJ II teerlcc Isod co; t2 do M Will ,rd; I2 do CIahlin.,t; II d Mal;ttil Plotea,.t slI d co; 12 do J C fclow; 12I.he Alce Asller asd co; 5 l Taylol, oardiller and co; 13 lo JSchlb Gioodlll: 5d1a0lt Miller oc hoard 6 do S W Ookoy: 5 do A J Folliu and co. PASSEN(i;HIle. BSekport. Me.. ler bhip GaIbn.. Mrs Soort H llodgs1, A A Paine & lsadl, B Noure, H W Ld.Itle, H I ilhury, Archer, SSeell. Olouth of White River. ,Per taomeorJ,, l, Joy..J B Streto. Laltn & Alain, J Mtcl,.sde JS.me Mclluade. I Hilldooo. Wm locCfflory. 'I'OIe,,, J 1I Henro, C Wri(lll. eouth o Willlltlo I ir.. oor ot.lleor L.illtte R k..Thomn Reod .Ilser. II F Kemble, 1)P ,rl. T M Iturke and oe t, J IBlloughlnotey, Dohloux, Kigbtor, and 6; o o deck; 69way and 43e on eck. .i.;.osl.rg..t'or sle:mer Trskinn..o'utley. l.dy eld lot. Collills, N Rona. VII], J ;lille, t'ickrel. IV U Ab0bott, (Child.. Juo ulcker. i.uo.or, Ilorlnw, J MtoFaddeo. II 1Whok ma, I' WVodde, lase o(.le,, 'tho. ole,. Duiho, uo , Son dock. Virksebur..PPr P teanler I' L Roe,onn--Mr Uuoay. lady 4 sauglher, hliso Kohbin.on. AdoIon uolgd lady. ll('all, IV I);on, II Prsoh, anfield. t GO Ibtc,a I) I Friecorol,le Bluchoaln, Park. DrCrase.. t Penilgtollo, Dtr Harper oand so, N L iu-. lee,, C llruer and sol, lolo.Capt WreW(oe. Gier. Dhllldlle sit. lnd 1N wy c;hleolopo.o. er. mallll I2 on 1dek. a1 I.lnoil.. Per setnler lot lo..lll. hlay ond I slos. Mrs Gr,.eo asd childr.o, Mrs omih, Mrs lbboard. Miss Hetlden. Col Itao.ey olnd lVl, Ho ly .lad .I1t, ' llcolwy, lienn, FPoL, fadith. stle. tly;t, Frl. PLE, CaI.. Ve1,.. Proe.,,tt. HeIder .on, 10 itno, Onoo, tillll,.eig, Jaekto UOsgood, Kelly, ItRhets. Condly, C.o:oc, el0 a1 ollo dck, uuknd Illddll 11U0 ilsOl[er. Per oteamor C(ole tleo, from l'adlcll-J Vailio a ol fm ily, Ilayn I andl 3 tladies. Mrto clholloeld odl sister., olurrit, tilo. r,o, thgeoe, Ilookillo, CIetltlltie, I:oiley, Berry, F'adeo, 8111th, JonOlloo, Itlle, ond Ii on deck. leer tealmer Clyde, from S L.ouie and AIlol--Mrs Congra, Borroet, Hro. andeIl. P Iles., Il Davio, J Gogory, J 1 (ount ootcge, MrO Stno. J N Arooo,,.I, LCce, J A a.osuo, LoUcs, , D Duougherty, tIV II odlodrll. Per ,tomer IBlokeye, from Paduehn..Ccl Olverood Indo, child nod aeot, D Rllk cod lady, AOt. Hedge udll oun, Mro Bollk, McFaddeno. Ind and fdulily, U W.'erideo, J (C Greooo . ItI P (iregoy. R Edward, I. Dulory.J DH Oller. 0. JOle.. RKennedy, E VV 'eltJ It ell, .Vriht anod lady, W'm Juoo. besl' e, J L Colloot. L torill, A ForIes, 'V G Foroo, Porry ond lady, (i Moulanlar, J V.rret, tMrs Ill, sh. L W Southey, C Flinn. Parrot, Sm0th, G Wolllugoen W oeKennyc , lI) es. p, J T Hughes, J ARIylaod J M L.evy. J A lorke, M Hers. Capt Blgget I A Ii Rolcrls, J M Price. C Conlocgr, Forlo,. SJ Edwards, D Keutner a.,d ` avts, alldry,U IV Lawe, A t Per steatser lil Columl i.s ,oel IiouhVir . o.Hendooo n 1 Enoooo.,o W Hitch, W 0 Itllol, L J lIto-kol.e. f F Mtciloell, AW Rolln•g, W J Moro I P M I:,ol.e, O.ior . Levy, Lammu stl)Jlia. B o ulttloo1e J Goodin, Lceley, Barin, Ir., E koalsgue, Eelonton, PCoarteal I n.lrgoes. MEMIORIANDA. tonsoer 8elmat fl at LCuio 13hb, Imet Louisoille ao Mill i Poiut; Altoo nt NeeIllaol's cot olt; Brtoil fool 23; (Ieo (oulier ti Plulb Point; John Mbills e t o me place; Diano o t tootot o Clark's Rur; IP aco l lio ruod Lot offi Pello&i.tshirt.t.il tend; Giov helby li.,do u 9o. s HSeo r Coreotto lteft month of Ohio on the 18th iot..2 toeet waoter in the thanoel foln Padcdh down; rver falling lpldly and tle weaothlelr ie r and cold leSmer Clydo repourt 20 ilchoes wter in Ilis lbio i..A chip Virkthure saw large ship shore secar Toollsgu Liglht, on tho 171h ild, nlame unkowon. Ib MARKE'T'.. w Is'. X o Y Jour GCo , r,, t1 p m. Two Mtunr..The demaod for CoRb is . llght. accept for home use. The solel of Corsoor the l.ook sosS 3,401 bolos at Itt (p1 t5; since the neow Iby tl.o Irot Wslloru, oellero oave relddy aecopted (orler prices. Ooltos renlain inactveo. 0 lhhd. siweet Havan sold at 33 enot In provisions thoere is no cht,.oe to notioe i aly w astior l the salos of Rice are 350 leo withouot huge in pi ice. PIIILADELPIIIA MARRKT, Nov. 1. 01 Coe--Ruyes bhohl olF and tho dems d has matelrially llkseto. oThe week's salo.s hve hLea cel.nood to 111o bags al RNll at I lt (4 eoo I t; 350 Cuba at !1t 0 _t) 1111 ur common dl sd fairquality; 300 Loguyr et It, 113 I cellt; all 4 0 lOed--A male of upwsrd of 1,006 pigs Missouri, at 5j eente % pee. It,,6 rim. luogars-Th stocks ate light and the demnd has become g Very likited,and for Box sugss oormer rotes are hardly sus. Isluo~d.· Asbrc0osewutoooeo,,,, aokoo.,.h,~,,. te.ad. A salo of 5'0 boom brown Haven.. terms unknown. 0I khds eao s a 8 Jgl to to P; 3 do Porto Rico Pi; 100 brlt i .ill IImIa 1 el tinr te 8llc· time. eoTobacco--A otof aoutk0 hda smiddling Kentucskytld sat O at. par le, it nmw. Ouradvie.from I.ivrpoolot.sOeoOctith. Theslolesp V toISt.i ap Ot toeld.. wro 1570 Ibd l Ie Virginiaoi Leaf ed 464 stemmed, with 00 bid Kentuckyo ,o Led nud 70 stem mod. hoer has beot s grosl advance in prices sinc lot a t.h. We now uote Keolocky leafnt 5o y wl; do stem wed noew II daI OI ; Jams tRieerr o Ce ound o td I 10d; do so meanus lid (y is. A FIRST rate n lilch for *al,, apply an board 4i3111 t ifui.uo OInpou1 HospiIal street. 1ONVER"SATION'$ LEXICON, 12 %or, and 1 Irol plates; (iwuodier-.-S'iIIlwe T'1vk-Hullo nn. Complete work.. Tb Koeruer-VYon'Ir Velde Cueauora, original cdi tipij Zohuvkkr,in i&inflroa hlattlon AL Kioe Nocellen, had s vpriei of -stanard works in he' Gene.a. Alu'1Geranen bregonars aod Dictiunorien for instrun Idn a.o'gonrb, English aid tlpaohnh. tIF fOHNo iCc0 aor17 cur tat rhhrlrs & Cummnn fit *vm7 Ai;aEhcAN R W16r1. In conneotion with this hOdf e is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE rUFR THE PRINTING OF Pamphlets sIak Checks Ctalto.eeS Inas of s.allng Labels, Dray Reseipts, el Potiaes, - etela nI s, a raners, Show Him. Steam Boat Bills Circlars And every deecripslem efrJb Work that may bereqlired. lTThTe proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the publlic to the ahove Card, and assnres them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done at the short eat notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and at the lowest rates. D , i ce-· - -Y TIE l'RtUE AMERICAN. EDITED iO Jv saow eIISpNll . FAUTIL.UL AND BOLD. NEWV OR LEANV.: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 183I. fL The Mail yesterday brought us nothing from beyond Philadelahia, nor did it arrive here until the afternoon, owing to moat unlooked for causes. The " William, Wallace" left Mobile in good time, & in good weather, but in the whole trip between the two cities not a;stick ofwmod was to be obtained. In this dilemma nothing remained tir Capt. Hoffminan but to run forty miles out of his way to obtain a supply, and in order to make up for the necessary delay he was obliged to push the boat so much th it one of his shafts gave way. In this predicament so anxious was he that Mr. Whitman should not incur the great forfeit, but still greater cen sure for losing the Mail, that he despatched the bags in his yawl, which had to be rowed twenty-five miles, againsta strong head wind in order to reach the rail road by 2 p. m. Such exertions are certaiily entitled 0 to credit, fr none could anticipate the possibility of Sbeing unable to procure any fiel at the very many 7 landing places between Mobile andi N. Orleanns. Capt. Holltnan has thus sustained the high character he has with all who knot, him. It We are happy to rtate that the steamer"Co. lumbha," Capt. Wade, returned to the city about 2 o' clockyesterdav evening, having got afloat between I and tin the morning. A card,signed by all herpassen gere, testifies their entire satisfaction witht the care and good conduct of the Captain, and entirely exonerate him from any blame inl the matter of her detention on the sand bank. We sincerely rejoice to find tle good craft, with her crew and passengers, once more ,in safety 0w uits. S The Military of our city turned out in fine style yesterday: most of the crack companies viited our municipalit3, and made a display seldom seen on any but great anniversaries. The cavalry,consistilng ot the Chasseure, D)ragoon., Lancers and Governor's Guards, madie a magnitfient display, while the infantry vcmpa. nies were more than usually splendid. The Yasegers turned ont in their strength, with a band that could not be rivalled in the city, and the appearance of the whole company gave the most unmtingled satisfaction. In the evening the new company of Governor's Horse Guards' attended the St. Charles theatre where their prerr e created much interest, and their gay uniformsa w re mtuch admired. The coming races.-'The Ectipse course is now in first rate condition, and daily on it may be seen sotm of the most celebrated race nags known in the South West. We visited the coarse and surrounding stables yesterday, anl can promise the turfan, anld admlirer of that noble animnl, the " Racer," some capital sport at the ensuing meeting on the Eclipse cotire. By noon to-day there will be assembled six stables, in which are imany of the most p-pu!ar horses in thit, or the neigh bouring Stales. 'there asre Colonel Bingamin'n, the Wells'e, BHrrows, T'ayloo's, Kenner's,Otliver's.Minor's, Garrison's, Grier's, and othere, the major part of which are clu=e in the vicinity. " Sarah Uladan"--the emack of Mlisstieippi. will meet " Wagner," "Josh Bell," and perhaps " Extiv,"'or " Mad Antony" in the great four mile race.: while for the other pitrses there are more rags than we can name. 'Mr. Taylue's stable, consist inc of Zelhn, by Leviathan, a winner of for races nout of five,-Matria Black, an imported filly, a winner at 4 mtils, a ithin 6 ioniths of her arrival, and little Pac toas, in a condition fit to ran anid will, at any ditance. Mr. Mlitor has a large oting of imported fillies, itlu ding Brianianttttd others, together with some" cracks" Iy imported hter e. The " Jewass" and " Rich. rd of York," belonging to Mr. Kenner, are going in first rate order, while Jtsh'Bell, Wagner, con maltus aliig arte spoken of as beitng in tip top condition. Col. O)liver, who taken Ihis chidest pride in the Eclipse enurse, is indefatigable in getting every thing in first rate order (.- Cttl. Y N Oliver arrived from Ltuieville yesterdar, and is now actively engaged in preps. rations for a brilliant fall meeting on the Eclipse Course. The great numtbler It strangcrs nasemntbled, and assembling to witness the coming races, make Carrollton a plnes of much excirement, and great resort. The Hotel, now kept by Mr. Moore, can not be surpassed by any establishment in the state for comfor, style, or excellent living. T'he hbr, the table, and the chambllers, are perlectly uniqnue-hoth in manner and in matter, while the singular beauty of the situation, the unrivalled bloom of the surroundilng gardens. and the excite. ment maintained by the .real display of ' "high mottled racers," make it the retideDvous of tIts gay, and the enjoyment of all the lovers of de. light. SThne River-The Louisville Journal of the 19th says-the river has risen here from low water mark, in all about 30 inches and is at a stand Below the falls there will probably be about five feet in the channel. G,oD NEws.-One of the most agretable items of intelligence that we have met with, states th, t ta letter has been received in this city from Liver. pool stating that it is intended to establia a line of british etealners to this port. Rejoiced as we are to hear that this ardently desired good is like. ly to Ie realized at last, we cannot but feel regret that our citizens continue so supine, s. dead to their own interests, that they permit tlteneelves to be nutdone in energy evtn in that which most concerns their own advantage. Some of the apologists, or Islends of the default. ing ex-collector ofl New York gave a sort of con. ditional "promise to pa)" on his behalf in the shape of an assured conviction that he would return by the "Great Western" and settle tip: but alas: for loco foeo b traureasrers, like other Joae, they n.vr return. The G(reat Western has arrived, her list of passengers hlas been publishedr but no Samuel Swartwout appears upon it, nor do we find in the valuable articles which she brought as cargo, anty mention of the million and a quarter thtat was promised to be paid. By the notice stt II remauinng it tlie N Y"Timnes' the Cainbreltig &. Moore have not yet resigned, we presume that the example of Mr Kilgore*has not yet worked the effect it should have produced on the 8th instant. When Mr Kilgore resigned, and promptly too, on hearing a sub treasury candi date was elected to succeed him, the "New Era'" said hIe was rebuked by the voice of the people. Why does not the " hoaxet" use the same Ian guage to the "clings" of his ow;t cit)y Courasr. -The following scale of prices of the principal articles in the market of Cincinnati is given by the Post, of that city: Ptices, Nov. 1803. Prises, Nov. 182T. Corn, 75 t8{ Oats, 44 to to 1e3 Battne, 371 to 41 to 21i Pork, 8 Veal, 8 to b O me ao t suotea oeg, 3o n to 61h telnto 0t4 Cbuimkosl. 1300 50 to 601 Turkeys, 7hto 1..0 25 to :t" Potatoe, $t1,50 , rui11.5l bu o., war ann 1,50 Venius Saddle, 15250 75 Gaoor, 53 1to Bucks. , pre pat, 50 trI Aptplea per buohel, 1,50 1P to 25 At every theing ao in proportion. CaLaca•Aton.--At a publte meeting of the citi azens of Cincinnati, on the 15th inetant, It was I untnimusly reasolved to celebrate in an adeqettrs manner the aemi.eantennial anniversary ef their cit)' foundation on the "6tlt December. As a large manj.rity of the Nitsh Carolina Igeis lature is strongly ppos-aed to the subtrea" sury otheme, and her present loco foeo sena. tore in congress avouch their determination to 'hey inatruncltia, we may reasonably hope for but little trouble from Messra Brown and Strange, in the endeavours which will be nmade early in the next session In strangle the scheme as soon as the Van Burenites present their abortion to view. " More fig4.and ligAt."-A Cincinnati paper, speak. in of achandelier about to he put up by Meanrs. Fogg & tlickney, in.their Cirons, says-" it will surpass in ef. feet any sin itar at.ir in the irtentry, not excepting that at the St. Charles in New Orleans ! Ye Gods.! Bit does the ellitnrof " the News" know what the dimen sionus of the St. Ctharles chandelier really are ? The saw-dust fixings of the Buckeyes. must be on a vaster scale than their intellectuality would seem to warrant, if only onei of their illuminators-.the Chandelier is on a larger scals than the following:-twelve feet in height, thirty-six in cireumference: weight 4210 lhb. and is illuminated with 176 a is lights; has twenty-three thousand attd three hundred cut glass drops, weighing 9 ewt. 3 qre. and has 23 cwt..f brans, and 9 cwt.ofiron work, in its constrtuction. Wedilont pretend to know what" new lights" the Cincinnati fitlk intend to throw over their intellectual amusements of the ring, but should hardly imagine they would go to agreater ex tent than Mr. Caldwell has, to adorn the temple of a mental profession, and enmplinteas a eommunity who do not, at present,justify the tribute. Boeh.--On the 19th insk Booth played Hamlet in Loniaville. Miss Nelson arrived from the up country yesterday. TIIE CANADA WAR. DeaCENr oF Trn PArRnT IN PPEReen CANADA. The civil war has hnrken not again in Upper Ca. nada. An extra sheet from the Orndenshtrg Timntes and Advertiser issued on the I1tIt of November contains the follnowwig important intelligenen: OonrEneuno, Nov. 12.--Erly this morning it was discovered that two schnnonere loaded with armed men. lay in the river between this place and Prescott. Experts ion was soon rife and ex. ei'ement pervaded the whole population. It was ohvious that Fort Wellineton was the point onl attack, and nor citizens soon thronged the shore, eager to catch every movement. A small armed ereamhnnt wnhlving at the np posite wharf, and the people of Prescott. parading up and down from the village trn the lort, gave evidence that no smell dog.ee of hubbub and ex citement pervaded tile population. One of the schooners containing the rebel or. mament had gone aground during the night, and a hand of armed men seized the ateamboat United States, and pressed some of the hands into their service for the purpose of getting her off. She however was not able to reach the sehnner, as the water was not siffirient for her draft, and she came into the port for a lone hauser. As she went out again, the Experiment (a British Armed steam. boeat) greeted her with two luhotg, whicht missed, and she paserd down tihe river. About 9 o'clock, A. M., one of the detachment of the forces. made a lInding on the Canada shore about a mile below Fort Wellington, and whether they were nrta;etd or not is uncertain. One opi. nion is that a party ottacked them but retreated at the first fire. Mten have been constantly oeros. ing to them in smaw' hoars, and tip to tilts hour, 2 o'clock, P. M., about live hundred are supposed to have joined them. The great scene of ex.irement, however, ha been on the water. The Experiment kept tip an ifrngulr fire lur ing the forenoon on the sllouner and United States. Watching their various evolutions and observing the skipping of the shot, as they g.ine ed along the sunrface of the water, formed a yrry exciitng scene in a quiet village like this. Betneen eleven aiind twelve o'clock the Paul 'Pry, ed as a ferry boart between this place and Presnct, went to the relief of the schooner thal Ino on the bar, and eucceeded in getting her fl.at. The Exprtiment threw in her ehut ata a Iheral rate, and they were so near several times that they exchalnged mtnsket and rifle shot. It is re ported that the Experiment sustained a loss of seven men-th, schooner n n . After the schooner got nfloat, the United Stares ealoe tp and entered tile harbor. As she pasedl the artmed eteamhnnl, a shot pnesed hrnough her wlheel louse, nld killed a very wotrthyy y nar man by the namie of Foster, a steersan ona i'e ho it. Three o'cliok P. M.-Tho rebel frcrs oeclpyv a windmill hibut one atile below Presaeoti, and it is uonlerstoo. tlhat there to another tody above have taken up a br:dge, and stand prepared to do fend tlhelnolvps. The afternoon has been quiet o 1 r. Small hbats are constanntly crossing with oen and nrois We have a most favorable location forohserv ing the movements, as our winrow nfforlse a l ll view tl Prescott and the rive.r above and below. for two or three miles. Presiolt is oltusllly qglat this afternoon. We have hardly seen a mliuvln being in thie treies or ac out it. Sux o'clock, p. tn.-Arlls nod nmmunitiiin p pear to ie ahld nlt.o The 8chollners ihave plnlc td theimelvre near the whnrl oni which tha winte-pill lar0nds A hodly of lnyaliels, r polrled 400, are on Ihe mnrch from Brookville, (I1 mils a'bove this) Io tieet tihem, and it the parties have an a pitl e ler cold fighting, we imaoy expect import .t ventsti soon. l'he Albany Evuning Journal of yesrt.rlna-y on. Inins the follow. ing letter, dated Ogdeneisurg, Nov 2ltb. addressed to tle editonr: "Thins morning our citizens were aronued by the news that two alhouners londed with Caniadian Iatrmis, were Iying in the liver onpositte tltls place, with the intentlon of ottacking Pr, scort,. nod also that another hand of uhot tawo, hundred hadl taken poressPionI i the stenn.er United Siatie,. About 9 o'clock the satouler left the whorl fir the purpose of towin.g off the two schooners, which had bhmb run aground. One, however, not off o lill. ont aseistance, and rtn on to the Clanadasiide, anl landed about 2010 mten ablut a mile below the tifr,. The British steamloal Experimrett put iu, after the Sia:es snd fired severrl slnoha at her, only ,eon of which struck he boat, anid killeda very worthy young nnmn of this place. The British stranmer ranged along side the other schoo.trr which was agrroud, and fired a broadsidel into ltr,withonut hwrver doin.g any danmag exl:ept to her rigingic. The schooner returned the fire and kiledrlsix men. The last scihooner has last been got off, and is now preparing to g, over. Thel people on board express themselves determined to take the ort before morning. Doubtful. however. 'T'hough there is a rumoutr in town that tie Caila, dian peoploe are flocking to the standard raised there in great onumbers. Our place is in great excitement, and no busi ness has been done to.day. 'ithe mail closes snon, und I must clone; il any thing important is done I will write to you lurther liy t.ioirrowa's muil, Yours i i hlte, A. B. JAMES." From the Saerkelt Harbor Joaurrial-Extra. The Steamboat Oneida, jus.t arrived from Og. deneburgh, brings th e following news: A severe engagement took place at Prescott yesterday, comtmencing at t o'clock, A. M., and lelsticg seven hours, between the Paorine and Brr. alit forces. About 500 Paerires, and 300 Itri.ieh egur"lnrs. rtether with annie Militia, were eng g. ed. The battle tork place ablortr a lls below Prescott-the Patriols having psnetssion of aeveral Atone buildings, seve, l were killed anrd woundted on both eidee--the British however, sustained by far tite heaviest lossa. Col. Young, the British commander, was among the killed, his Iody being pierced with seven ba!l. The British were twice repurlsed by the patriots, and finally left the field :n wair fer rein. I, rcement, for which an expr ass wa sent to Kinpeten. l.i..in.. the .,e.n e Dr;ii.h t t Ihetir dead and wounded intr a Iarn, behind which they sheliered themselves, and the Pairiots, to dislodge them, ael it on fire, when it was consumed, toge. ther with ires contents; immediaely alter which, tile British retreated to Preescott for the last time. The etram bout United Stares and two echooners were seized yesterday by the U.S. Marshall, under the Neutrality Law, and are now on their way it this port, under his charge. Mlr. Feartr, the stersmtan of the stean boat Unrted Stnte, waee killed by a grape shot from the British steam hota Experiment, yesterday, while engaged in getting a echo,,oner nff the flars in Ogdanshurgh harbor-after firing into the United States, the Experiment etteemptetl'to run down the schoouner Charlotte, but was fired into by the Patrioe, on hoard of her, killng six and wounding five, after which the Experimtent retreated to Prestt:t. A smental boat contanining four or five patriots, erossing from Oudenrsbrgh to Prescott, was fired into by the British sreart boat Choburg and dtsablh d, and then she run along side and fired down ulon them,sinking the boat and killing every person that was in her. The steamboat Oneida has been chartered by Col. Worth. for the U. S. servre, eand is ti return immediately to the River St.. Lawrence, with troope front this place. The newa in our paper of this morning of the eapture of Montreal and Brckville, is not cnea firmed. SnME PARTICUL.RS of THE ESCAPe Oa THELLEa AnD DDaE.-These reltgees are now in our city, and we learn from a gentleman who conversed with them yesterdan, the follwing particulars of their escape from Quebec. They were eonfined in a small room in the cltadel, and from the enp posed inmpossibility el theireecepe from this satrong forree, their friends were allowed free access to visit them. On one of these ocraeiona, a file, such as is used for filing ecannon, was furnished them, with which they suereeded in enaring through the iron hereof their window, until a sutllrient open. ing for their egress was made. Through this opening they penled irpo the area below, end sue. eneding in avoiding tihe cntinele, mounted and leaped from the glaeis, a height of 30 feet, upon tie r-ok -clew. ( etb ostly a ritfnlg ingjary to one of thIltI MrN. Th, ller) and Ihving eleared the ou ter defeners reached the open counrty, and sought lh. ler In the hullse o a patrlet (a poor milkman) whom they knew. liere they remlained for some daclys, duri;n which perihd they Irequently paw detabchments of rnp.ps sanring the country in slirer lof hnm, and coulld even see the agents of government pns~man hills, offering a reward for their apprehlenion. Their host, 'frtunately for horm, was trite as steel, and the heavy Inm offer ed did not indnen him In betray them. Finally they b',ined the uniforms of colonial officer., anti in thise niguise, bhldly avserving that they were in search ol tkhettelves, succeededl in making their way Ito the lineh . They then proceeded to Beslon, frna which place they arrived here yes. !erday.-Timer Ilunatsille bank.-The Demnorat,at Huntaville, Ala. of the 17ti inst. rs a: 'We vie uutlhnriael to atati lthat Ge. I.owetlhe P'resideont of the BIranch Bank in tl.t pliice. hab succeeded in celling in New York, half a millio el'dllors onl the State Bind, to be redeemedl in feet and six yearn. We am also further informed that an an undant sup ply ,I speien in ordered, and it1t the Hunteville Branch till cartaily leanmte specie pimvnlennte on the fiat Mon. tdny in Januarv next ; ion ohli day the Banks in io eile will also realems, instead of tile It December as mentioned in our last. tu t as our paper is going to preya, we are informedl, th ,t tim BranchI Batik in thia place has conmmeneed checking upon thim East twit pet cant. premium, but would receive no ether notes but thouae of the BHIrantIch i. pnayent." lCP The River thas commenced falling. It receded five inches during Saturday night, and had previotuly fell one or tito incites. Yeiterlav morning wma ushe, ed in with n snow storm, which continued for some hoursi , bit very noderlely, coverin thae tround to the depth nf two or three inches.--Cia New, 19tH. Disaster.-Tbe steamboat Smelter arrived last ight, itn.I bringa intellget.ce that the t.tamnoal ative, on her Iplasage io, hkelow to this ilace, bnllt her boiler yeeterda,, near Dover, or. Ingham'a Shoals, killing two necrn men, and everiely scalding sever.l other peremen. A number t horse antil cattle tlhat were on hoard, were hllwn into the river end we presume,perinhed.--ya. eifte Banner, 21.t. Maj: Gen. Scott and Aide arrived in town yesterday, and tehk nllino at time City Hlotel. We underetand they leave to-morrow for Louisville.-lb. FOR NEWI YORK. 'o sail to-day. THE packet chip REPUBLICAN, Capt. Rusell, i will leave tke levee this evening. For Ireight of 50 bales cutton,or passage, having pleandid accoln. modatiouns, apply on boned or to PETEK LAIDLAW, mov26 66 Camp at FOR NEW YciRI{.--HOLMES' LINE. Reulnar Peckt for 5th December. TllE ship AKANSAs, ES Deornit, Master, will sail on her regular day,as above. For freight oe passage apply on board, first tier below the Vegetable H C AMES, noc26 48 Camp et FORl NEW YOKK. To sail the day after to-mrrow. LONIDON ANI) NEWV YORK LINE. -l very fst sailing regular packet ship NASH VILLE, Wood, Mnser, will sail as above. For the freight of "511 bales cotton, or the bulk thereof, or paonslge, appl) to the Captain on bua d, two li,.rs be low the Vegetable Marker, r to J D BEIN AS A COHEN. FOR NEW YOIIK-HOLMES' IINE. To sail on Tuesday, 27th Nov. STHE, pnck.t chip 'rlIV, O. Wood, Master, being unonvnidubly ielaind will sailn an ibve. Iior balance of freight 2-11 hIles ittoln or the hulk thereof, or pasng e, apply on board, opposite the vegetable mnret, or to H CAblES, rov26 40 Camp at FOR ST'P. IMAIlKS. rlIIE .irt aniling hIig MAJESTIC, Capt. Amer, Savin; Intsl of lier cargo enacedl, will havedis. patch. For balance el frei.bh orptaohnge apply to s & J P W II'I:NEY, nov26 73 Camp at T'I packet ship I.A IIA1., front New York, i ilif.harging ablreast the Vegetable larket; con eignees will please attend to the receipt al their goods. nu026--Iw -tl1E vacFket ship t IKSIIRG, Bunker, lMaster, is dichnrgi.c .vceelie rle Vegetnlile Mlnirket,eon. signees will pleane tloend to tile receipt of theireootls. LROBT. LEECHI, no v6 'Opposite I' o Itank I' a-a. A CARL' Wr., the nndersigned,, pnonreers on board the steam pnket I onLusta, Jahn Wadhl. Mlastere. bound fron. Mew .rleanl to Galveston, T xas, deaem i' net ftn. tice to state that I apt. VWadle should, in oar opinion.

le alhollnnlllled Irom all elin 're in eoullee lln+ce of aid boat's groundlin oil a mudi b nk at lite oI i e-t I ats,and e talke great pleaillr, in beelng I's tinony t tthe unilrlnIi l rlo re I .I n I kilndllnlhes wt lJ vhich; ke has trealed u. ,lduriun our detention, aind vnuld unheriltatinglyl reentmetn l hitn as iil e Cre re. pet wortly of1 the tonlidence and patronage of Ihe Andrew :onltgmery, Nnth. TI w sendl, 1 J N' luloni, N It I h.rletoii,Jua Sinn. J M Iloward, I icxonle,,JtP Ihethl, Jul 11 Kerr, J.nn W Iicrcer,,,, W lrtekh,'I'lit It - tiff, Jos I.litlie.l) F Petrsa,. o1 i'rewitt t)ii Ilaghee, lao Wehbl, Joe HlioWlnc at \ond, Jsa II Hell, Jii I. Ilalry, \lorgnn Guy ,IR K oil:ng, ' Read, J iI .chrt, it Chrii tpher, It I. ith, A t.,eiiglc, Jn S.mith, I Itovhran. J ienlvS, F Wood pon, J P I'ee.ll,TI o B Wa Vnrd. 'bla J Trinehend. South West Pass, Aliteissippi, 2!d aorenbrr. -. r' WVO two stor bon-re nad kitllhens oin St. r Jolhn 0. I.,iar trho l'oydrn. ma:rket Ap. rn. ply to ROUT. CLANNI N, _____ _ _ _ 12 Csl alt frtIRE Q TI.R S If a R quare of |Iil ground with two hlesea thereon near the Snew lnrkelt on Pvdras or. Ap dvto ROBJT. CLANNON, nnv^2 12 Camp at U IIERWI OIt'S P1 KLES, KETCHiUPS, c. Sin store and for sale by J TIIAYER CO, nnov_6 74 Pondra lst I t)SIN. -t1 bbls in ast re and for sale by J TIIAYER & CO, nov26 74 Pnydrar st P PPER.--8I bugs il store nr d 7 ,r sele by r TvlaYaR Mdco nov2 'III 74 oydrs st O)I.I.,AND 6IN.--3 Iipes Iollandi n, in stre ll and for sale by v JTIAirER & Ct,, nnv9i6 74 Poydran nt -- NEWV, VALUABI.L ANI) STI'ANDARD VAI.lUAI.E AND SCARCE. IR W1M. uGE''liM P.inpeyana.2 vln 8mo IFlnra's Gents, with salulr colorled plate Holbbach, La I'hilolphie.lo Ia Natur.. ) I.es Loui ir(ivrles, Pris 179 teree Elcyclopedie dou ,Jt est lshecs h I0' MEDICAlr WnRoSa Lewis on Fly-r-Phthiis os ad liBlrd Letting ay'a .1 dical Jurispruldence on lnsanily lohaes in Fever--'r.ollsadl 1on Insanity Gihouo'u Surgery-Liaton's surgerv Mlidwifery Illutrauted-Cooaes popular lMedicine Ure's Ict)iiornary of hChemisthry RIue'saAalyiiAll C hhemi try COMlMERCIAI. AND NAUTICAL. Americ an o A nc nd RIepository, for 1839 )cCnllobh'a co .omarcinl l)ictiolary, London llount's N:,ltical Alronuoc for 1839 Ciast Pilot--o wdilcn's Navigation Expeditilous Measurer ARCHI6I'TCTUR. AND IECNIINICS. Nioholson's Dicti nar of Architeactue, London 2 v. do Archittectsre,3 lols, London Shaw's Architectlre. '1 redgtld's Ca. Ilentry Eoginoeer's ,3leehlni's Encyclopedia, Lnd n Heltn'om Mlstherlaticul Tables DAVICELD.AN ELCo Sporks' American B riog.ot.r, 9 vola PLilu.oi icl Mliscellaniaes from the French of V. Consi, Jouff.boy aldl I. Constant I.otd Iltluean' Wor. a, 2 voln,l.odsn I)srllei'. C nlriuitiea of l.iterslture, Loadon Political Economdy, by Say, do Vellhake Locklolart* I.;lt I.l roo , oI*ol ILerlinalldlnd Isabella, by Prescott, 3 vols Sllskaspsare, splndid edilion, 7 volm, Rint And a gsnerol assortment of Law, Medlicl S tisn'ile Classicn, lineellaseous BIooks vales , School ooks Di tillonarier, Gramymar, English lnd French, Spanish, Geumun, Latin asld (Greek. E JOHNS a& co. nov26 eer. St. Charles and Comrrn sts SI AN 1''.l).-A wI,1i: serani to do tihe work of SsmOall family. Apply at 68 Chartes street. nov26-:it 4N_. RIUCAN BRANDY.-20 bbls 5th proof Ameri. Scan Brandy, for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nov26 124 LMaganine t SOIFISII -300 boxes white and dry Codfish, for IS BRIDGE & CO, nov26 131 lMagazine st. I MA'rHER'S NEWS INK. J CUST rerceed, fifty kegs of WVionter Ink, for sale DAVID FELT & Co. New York Stationer's Hall, nov624 CIllarlreo st LE'ITTf R PAPER. UST received a few cases ofver, low priced Let ter PapIer blue and whlite, Ilalin and ruled, for sale vcerylOheal; by DAVID FELT & CO, nov26 N Y Stotiouers Hall, 24 Clh, lre st 3M1--1173 oasks nuw lsnding from brig Lancet, and ibr sale by S & J P WHITNEY, nov6li 73 Camp st l)-OCOLAT'E.-1ficases sweet spanish Chocolate la luding from sh" ) Con .ordia, an d Ir sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & COt. now26 134 MOlaziMne s LANK BOO)KS.-Juot received a large invoicee Sof suler oyl, royl and mediumr, L.rldgers, Jour nals, Caushl, Letter, Invoice and Sales Nooks, made of tileo Ibst linen pa) -r anl bhound ill a very superior mnsner, in lull Rleesia and extra sized hoards, for. iale il setts or single book, Ity D \VIUD FEI.T . CO, New York Stationers Hall, nov26 4 Chartresr al I 1.0-Lp;rO casks l.ilntr lnding from b(rig E mptesH ( IJ and or nals Ly L I GALE, Ily 2 37 (Commreo 'e TO MERCUANTS. 0 MERC:HANT. can khave a BEAOTIrUI. CtaRC LAn struck q'at four hours NOTICE, by uallstg at the Compting Room of TRUE AMERICAN. I'Pnl'rao OrrlcE, St.Charles Exchange, adjoining the RoAn. Ino Room at Corner of Gravier street. LATHS. * 1IIERTY thousand I-I inch landing from brig SLinealO, ard Ibr sale by S& J P WHITNEY, nov26 79 Camp at 1OTA TOES.-75 Ibis Pltatnes landing frnm bag .Lancet. for sale byr S 4 J PWIIITNEY, nov26 73 Camp at CARDS -"O PRINTED at the shortest Notice, in the meet elegant manner, in Black or Colored Ins, on Enamel led, White Flake, or Plain eorfaced CARDo, and at Prices sery reasonable at TRUE AMERICAN OF FICE, eorner of Poydras and St. Charles sis. &Leeral New and Beantiful Founts of TYPE hnee just been added to the Establishment. Orders receieed at Compting Room, St. Charles Ere..ange, 3rd door front Gravier st. soel-¢f S. IME--500 casks Thomaston Limrlanding and Ir or ale by & J P WHIT3NEY, novr4 73 Camp st StATE OF LOUIrSIANA, l.ARISI Court for the Parish and City of New Or leans, Present the Honornhle Charles Meurian, Judge. No. Il266,Johnt Ml. Graham, in actual culto dy, vs. his Creditors; Upon rending and filing tte pr oiuon a d Schedule, in this case, it is ordered by the Court that n meeting of the Creditors of the nloolen t take place, in open Court, on Monday the 17tb dlay of December next, then and there to drliberate on the af fairs ofsenid insolvent and in the meantinleall proceed. nlgs gsainst his person and troperty are stayed. It is furtl'er ordered that Chus. H. Kennedy, Eeq. be ap poinred to represent the obrrent cr etor;. a Clerk's Ofce, New Orleans, Nov. 23,1838. A M GUYOL, nov24 Clerk ETAT DE LA LOiISIANK--Comr de Paroisee Ipoa, In Paroirse es Ville dn Ia Nlle-Orlesoanse-Pre. rent l'loihorahle Charles Maurian. iuge-No 11,266 John H Graham, actuellement drtenou, ontrese ere aneoers:-Sur letoure et enreristrsrment dr o pesition lf tsblean cette affotire, il eat ordonne qu'un asre n hlee ,leo eeancies de l'inntlvablo nit lieu en pline conr lunal, Ie 17 Decembre. 1838, a dix heures du motin ant de deliherer our leos ffmires de I'insolvable; en atterndnt toiutes pourouite et sa personne sont arretees; et J H Esennedy eatnomme pour representer leo oreaneiers ab ens: Pur ordie to cour, 25 nov 18t38 25evr A Mr GUYOL, De GOtaffer. .UCK-A complete asrortment in store. for ante by S & 3 P WHIT'NEY, nov24 73 Coamp at StIMMS' NEW NOVEL. PEI.AVOe A slor of the GOth, by the author of S'Mllrchnmpe, The Yem:o ee, 'GCt Rivers,' 'Tie Pertiosn,' Martin Faber,' &c, in 2 vol. jtar receiv ed nd ontr sale by WVM aeKEAN, nov293 er Camp &Coommon sist NEW MUSIC. -RAND Triumphal March of the Louisiana Ie. Yua gion. Magnolia, orLoulsiana Walt,.e. A Ia Strauoe, J.oer Achtnng, Iane redouble, dedicated to the Ger man Jlg,.r Company; .i :ht ofoter ldayS; Variation on Balls' celebrated airfrom Maid of Artois; Dlst tlm lovre me my Mina to-lay? a celelbrated s1g1, dedicated to Tir. lrongh. all the above c.nnpos ed by G P Manverrria,of New Orleanse; and constantly on Iand a fall assortment of new, fanionnhle and stnn otrd Mnnic, Vocal and Instrumental English, French nnd German. For sale by E JOHNS & CO, av24 ar of St Charles &. Common at NFV Pi:lBLt 'ATIC.NS. TIHE Strangerin Chinn, by Downing; S'h British Senate, in 2 vole; Romance of Vienna, by lMrs 'I'rollope, 2 vol; Pelnyo; the last of the Goths, in 2 vole; Peter Pilgrim, bhy Dr. Bird,2 vole; Picciola, rmco tile French ofSnintine; The Wife Hunter, or the Moriartv family: Land Sharks & Sea Gulls, by Captain Glass ncok, R N., in 2 ole, for sale by E JOINS & CO, nov24 or St C(harles &.: Comnmon st SAlt.-5t400 sacks Liverpmoo Solt. flotnlin lots to Ssuit purchasers; apply o I. H GALE, nny2l 93 Conlmlo et Blank Checks, Bills of Lading, Auction Bills, PamphletS, Show bills, Cata logueu, Ac. Ac. 1R[7 lRDERSfor the Aboee, sndl errTt other des eriptionof -P:t)NII IN.I m rreirred at C(mpting Rtom of"TRUE AMERICAN," in Sr. CInuStt:s Ex eIcu'ln , 3d door fromn iGrvi-r sreet. Extensire and e.,nifut ioK an nd .on Fouis. t-from the best Foundries in the Ulnited States, ave just d been added to the already tell.stocked Emsthbisbment; -and t IrnoEaus rill beeeernted as Low, as Cheapl, .: peditiously and Beanutifully, as at any other Otli+e in the City. A1 -- tf ... -v ALfrfV <+ ricW.." - IHlEp,.rl !"f fit Sh o i lr to-l,,v i" $!0 fochatnrrel, a"cor.idje i'" iht trlifT; the" hike , e lr. si,'' da t rinl tbli,,-,- .ins week (ieim olnnluy :fitli in.t.) ;:: nr3 . ees ,fhbrendl for a Kht. t'rend of the .orao qnnlity t" I required Io weigh 25 per cent. ml re r.vi" l oI r "e o,;o4 V. (CENOS i.' Mn-,. NEW Cit)Pl' NU.li. 1tR-7 hbdI prime for sale on . plantation, above the citv, h y 4RElAlD I B l IRST5)W. nov24 7 Ilnk Pince PjEACII IR ANI)Y-Aifew Ibis old and Sluperioi r1 ticle, fur sale hby READ & dBAr STOW. if nnv24 7 Bank l':ocel e AI .AGA-WIN le:n quarter casks, a - ndi.,-i n bblr., dry and sweet, for sale by t READ 4 8IARSTOW. nov.4 7 Bank Place FAGGING and Btlell1npe for uale by REAl) & BA'ISTOW. nov24 7 Bnnk Place IN."SEYS-t5t hales henvoe lindsea,s u;tnldeif'r 'ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, A Necroea, landin s from ships Ocuionlgee and Ar kansas, and fr sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, novl 131 Magazsine at E --BREI.-ASIecui ...n., lending from hip New U lHampshire,for nsale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nov24 134 Magazine at `XCHANGE ON BOSTON, t 5 to 60 days sigh , nnv24 134 Magazine st A11.9 -100O kegs assorted sizes, r est recei n Fo-r saleo' by S LOCKE & CO. nou 248 Front Lever -INBSED OIL in store and for alet tG DOSEY, nov24 44 New Levee fy sale by B I)ORSEY. nnv24 44New Levee R EI) BEANS--40 bbls. in store, for sale by G DORSEY, non24 41 New Levee AY-35l beles now landing from ship Niagara' Hand for sale by S J J P WIHITNEY, nov24 73 Canmp t E. JOINS % CO'S NEW EIITIO\ tiF THE CIVl/. CODE OF LOUISILA q.. T HIS long eplected and mauh wanted work is now received and for sale at the store of the subscri bers. The subscription list is closed from this day. Suh scribers to this bouk are respectfluly requested to call for their copie, anl pay the nmsnunl. The first reqiest in made on secount of the Isrge number ofn'slnerihers, which would make it bmpssi. ble to deliver them all for ome tsim to come; the see end may he easily nonceived: the enrnl.Ms expense the putlishesrs htve underesne in geltina up this hook, in the splendid mannerit has been executed will he a Inloioani .poltuvy rL c4 samelll. E JOHNS T r0, nov4 caor St Charles & Common eat T ONsIuN PICKIbES, usAuC, &. jast rce r ived uby the csh:criber.. 12 boxes English Pickle, assorted, 12 0 Sauce,, do 10 " Etam quality London sustard, 10 Anehovies in glass jars, 10 n Anchovy pasts, 3 bls. Blocking. IDay & Martin, 5 boxes uper. Olive' i glass jars, 5 Salad Oil, 5 A isorted Fruits. G WPRITCHARD & JO TAGERT Jr, nov24 car Poydrao &t MEagzine st [LE hOHRSN SSTRAW & TILSCAN BINN TS he subscriber has nist reeeived per ship E porium, a ares consignment of the mast floi tnnltle styles of Leghorn, Straw and Tnscan Bonnets; French Flowers, Band Boxesr, &c, which will be mlod at whole sale at the lowest New York prices. L CHITTENDEN, nnv-24-lt 26 Chuartres at H OME AS FOUNI), by the author oi Homeward Bound, in 2 vols. t Country Stoi i. by Mis Mitfordl, atlsoresas of 'Our Village,' 'Bellord Regis,"Rlienzi,' d. for sale by oet34 car CamIp & Common st Mnondelli 3 a eynolds, ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS, I AVE removed their office to the MaRCn ANrI ExCHaNoc, 2ndl Story, No. 2. Entrance from Exchange Place, near the Poit Office. nnv2 TEN DOLLARS RlWA\V RD UN asway on the morning oftth 311th October, tihe slave CATHARINEt a grile., aged shout thirty years;speaks French and English; s well knwn,endl will try to pass heself os free. The above reward will he paid f.r her deliuery to the sotscribe's. DOYLE & MAY, 3 Canndelet s Captuins of ves.,sls, teanm bots andl olhesr, are can tinned asinsl tuakin: awnv or harbohriig the above no mtrd lave, unsler the penally o the naw. -IL--IlIt erltan Winter tnimi nd Sperm Oill Inod i Stfrom ship Psrthenon, fot oate }y} ISAAC BRIIDGE & Cs, nevl? 131 Mn.gaoni ,t Oasat7 s St. Theatre. Brcond night of tlaceppa. This Rreoig, JX.eeobrr 26, Will be perftrmred the P'.ay of MAZEPPA. tI lineao, Mrs Greene. Grand Pas Seal, by Miss Wray. To conclude with the laughable Farce of THE WEDDING DAY. Sir Adolta Cnterlt, Mr Johnson, L lakelnd, Fielding, Lady Contes., Mrs Barrelt. A BARGAIN OFFERED on leovino tile ,tatP--l56 acres of Red River Ianfs of choice qtlity and loeahity, sitea ted a few mtale fromn the mnutn, of led Itiver,and pro-. ducing n balte nd a holfpet acre. The lasde ad'acent are held at $811, atll refuaed $50 caslh up. ' eras, a fraction above the govennetrt entries, ifall are take, or $.,l011 will releore me and recore an equal chare in the speculation. Adthdres . W. I., tnd leave at tbis office, hetwmoen tlins antd Saturday, 12 o'loek. ,ovcl3 7,0001 Capital Prize. Tickets only $2. GRAND STATE LOTTE RY Drawn numbers of the Grand State I.ottery, Class 55. 19. 49, 49 3.3, 43, 76,.52 61,71, 26, 761;5., CLASS No. 5 i, Atlmhrieed by the I.egislatnre of the Siate. To be drawn SATUIRIAY, Nor. 24th, 1838, at 5 o'clock, P. M. at Bishop's Hstel. S. DAVIS & CU, Managers. 75 Numbers-12 Drawn Ballots. SCHEME. I Prise do $7 000 $7 ! do 2000 2000 I do 1 211 1210 I do1 (101 1000 2 do 500 100 4 mdo 3110 1u0 8 do 140 1120 10 do 120 1 0w 10 mlo 100 1000 1.2 do 70 12 7401 63 do 15 945 63 do 10 630 126 do 8 1000 3906 dm 5 15 654 123436 do 350 46 872 27 814 Prize, mnountling to 904539 Tickhets $2 00- Halves $1 Ol-Qaarters 50. Packages of 25 Tikets for $550, warranted to draw at least $24. Paecknae of25 halftickets $25, warranted to draw at leasnt ul$.1Pnckcesn 25 Quarter Tickets $12 511 war. rortled to draw it least $6 For Packages or ningle Tickets, apply at tihe MANAGERS' OFFICE, nov23 16 Chartres et i eTINES &. C IOGDIAI.S--Per Julia, frtm sOreen, `V atd late arrivals, R.heniseh Wiee. Nierensteitnir, lMoreobruntnr, Graofenger, Hoehlti mar, Tr leanniberer, .Striebeger, Our .Ladv, ilk, Seib n Leistee, Sparkling Hock, amd Rhensth Wine tilassos. Ch ampagnene Red annd White, celebrated ands. Burgundy. Sparkling, Rom node, Cllaambertin, Cla de Vongeot, and Nurts. Bordeaun. Clatett L.amle, t d Chhteat Mloegtslrma, I.Grille, l.aose, fine S. Juliet and Si. Emilittn Palmer Mar aOzn io eaoes of3duz. Gotl Estlephe md St J alie fatble Claret. IVWite Wines. HlermitAge, Stniterne, Bucnn otdl Grasove. Dessert lines. enuine L.ulnerl and FrottIigIOItt Mus te. bmledm ire, old antl paretm itnlporlted in canne. Orandy.old Champagne, in barrels of 31) galls,2 doz. and in 1.4 pipe . Cordials. GCenuie Maraschlino std dl Zrn, ido Marrintqle nltdl lotrteetua ('ordial, White tnd fled tIornrdea Arisette itn cse, Old lRton fin di Giritntblt, Ahvulathe anl Kirsuhwr.eser, lor.tanx tltrmtly Frmmit, Whitie ortdeaux Winea Vinegar, Ftrmult by F It)IINS &. CO, ecvt car nof St Chftallr & Comlmolll NOTICE. ST. Aw.l'' . MARl|lKEf'I 'OtI:.AiIt FERRY Ci SAnc mtiolgll l th oittmckhrltltn itn ite tbtve t. prmte, woi Inr plate hltn' i nrlm, d at 7 ,lm,.tH:k tnr. mnel ddt Mr. Cimlens itmcrdea, No. n d,) lahpi o. Itt tasi et. C 1!1n n llrc n ),, Ci o mids1ers. t Itl~ll TAIlI.I.E. 9 A'I'drItmt.IV, N New ll )elane Nov. '7, Ir:ll:. t ti.' I I( rlltitc i. ll erre t v gitet ; th Oil tot lllr y, i1loM" firotlm ny of Dtcember tn. . ,tle l,.Ive '(.k, rwill mtlj tli t' n l tttie otlice, t the higl i der, tle ll tPiOIt of Ici revale otf Sr. (MARo AI0T fr, tt: ;,,,, ,.y : rt .tt. ile flo e Jn, t...... . , r ,, : . . :1t ctll ttomltltr, :, t lnst ttltv. Terms eal In. itieonm olh, "" otljttictitehtn. Tht frietr ot r t s shal, withinlli ttet.. altrI e tile ,iljtikc.t .t, Otile tl ih Ito tmntmllol t i.tt te nl e u ll i,' me tlllc'" tt i tlltttir lm ill' i t.nhl lttill t. dtt.ti. i new hmfti,,ltlta.r ill m. tieetea for lm n:rrnnne D llr it the riel+ .'ol fa'inmor .Ir t.e+. ii,e ntl,1l 'ltllcolm tttt m ttttocfe in fort Iil thi .ilt jnitviv.iy +1 hei ri2hst n liiei n.aid revent i.s hmi. edlvt tntl t to t ltfmlttftlmr 'ovniettlrtmnt o l nof thtfare tiilea.:. ' ion theit'beotmitt. he, the lltmeteip lity io r htve itht pt.wer f itinit leO,,i.. icntll thte lnt'rvn.lD tithtseo mmo.l'i.elmI ol rt. d a n pfo e le a alo otll follrtm tO all thitcotdnt.Lec now in hlore ,r wtith ilt bttl,e hcaltrit t bet pse, i rerttlon tlotlsdid merkel. JOIIN CALHOUN, Snov_".1-11 hler Cd.optroller. BUREAU DU C.'O.MPTRULEUIt--Muniiprplilt No 2: NIle Orldmna, 22 Nov: 1838. AVIA PUBLIC eat par ale prent donn&, quo S atmdi, ler do Doioe leere prochain, I midi, j'ad joucai Ie cebreao, a plus hooat enchtirioettr, lIn oolloCto dt revenu du MARCHI,: Sto.MAR E, pour t.tm an, eavoir du cer Jancier 1839 au 31 ft. cemtbre cmneuIoirelenoo . Conditiomee do l'tsljaudieation. Le f etaler on eto. naour l do hail, i cvr, einqjoura apris I'adjludieation, fotrnir ses bhitlts proutiasoores, ondonsds a Ins n liafaction du cons il, payable it I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,11 al )2 tmoie, du le.e do Janier 1839, ht doaul. do lqueolle fortnalit6, it sea procdtd A actn tomelinen oac.re, ptour le emple et anuz rismquee dodit fermior ot teneur do bail. II deeim auoei nfl'ecter et hypotltcqtmr en freour de cote msnici. palitd tuat lea droita nor loequel+ ledit reventt eat lterm6, do monitro qu'au ddfaut do paiememmt d'at. con does desdito billets, . ear ehdaned, In muniel. palitd sit le drmt de saicir provtboiretoent leedlte droite, oinsi afol'eots et hyptthdqude nomrme cae. lion. II se coniormern ouesi aux ordonnanoem mc. juellement en force, ou qui io seront done !a :atit*, ' Idgard dudit marslh6. 21nov JOHN CALHOUN, compraller .e .U.rol It 'LLat'o Ut' "ltLE, &ccond .9Auniriprldty. NIEw ORLEANS. Nov. 22d, 1838 aU)UBI.CNotice is hereby given that on Saturday, , . the filt day of lecermcr nextr, t twelveo'clock, I will adjudicate at this olhee, to tt.e highest bidder, the collection 'efthe revenue ofthe Poydres street lMar keI for onryear, vir: from te first o Januaty 1839 to the 31st Decem.br tIB9, incluslve. Term ande c,-aditionna of te adjudication.-The L.r. ter or lessee shall, wlthin five eans after the ndjudica tios, frlatish his prtttissory note;endllored to the alds iclion al ther council, payable at t, 2,3,4.5,6, 6,8,!9, l, It slad 12 months tram the first lar ofJaneuary 1839, and ahlodl ht fail to do so, a new adjudicatio Iw ill he made for the arccount aedlat the risk of said thr. mer or lessee. He shall also effet and mortgage in it vor of this munieilality all the right on which tele co. i- lection 'sa id revente is fantted, sothut in default of the rpament of any f'the aforesaid notes on their hecom illt doe, the mtnicio.lity may have the tower ofreicing provrisionaolly til.e aforesaid rights, so affectedad onrt a gaged s a pledge. tin shall also conform to elltte erditaneps now in force or wh ch may be Ihereafter pass. et in relatite to said market. JOHIN CALHOUN, novar 3-dfiteld Comptroller BUREAU DU COMPTROLEURMoortpae No 2,- Nile.Orldans, 22 Nov 1838. AVIS PUBLIC eat par le pr6sent donn6 quo satmedi, ler do ddeombro prochain, h midi, j'adju. gerai 0ee bureau, au plus haut enchdrisseur. In collects du revenu du MARCHE DE LA RUE POYDRAS, pour un nft, savoir: du lerJanvier 1839 au 31 Ddcombre, 1839, inclhttivement. Condition do I'adjudication-Le fermier on te. near du bail, devra, cinq jours aprs I'adjudication, fournir 0se billots promissoires, endonsds b Ia s. tisfaction du ennseil, payables h 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 et 12 mois, do lor de Decembre au ler de Janvler, 1839: au ddlaut de laquelle formalitd,il sera proedd6 b une nouvelle enchaet, pour le compte at sux risques dudit formier ou teneur de bail. II dovra aussi affecter at hypoth6quer en fa, vour do aette municipalitd tous lees droit sour lee. quels la tollecte dudit revenu eat afformd, do ma. nibre qu'au ddfant de paiement d'aneucu desdits billets, h leur 6chdance, Ia municipalit6 ait le pol. voir do rnettro attachement provisoiro sur leoodits droite, sinsi offeelds et hypothdquds eommae onu tion: ii se oonformera aussi b toutes lea ordonnan. ces actuellement en vigueur ou qui seront par la suite mises on "force, it I'gard dudit marold. 21nor JOHN CALHOUN, comptrolleur. ITUATION WANTED.-A aell teoeeoim ed I- youg treonan desires a situation to take charge of children,. Apply at this offlice. ,uva2-3t _ llV'-- - --t-- MI'PI'Y lLAtILILELS-e-t, loamsca Itorrels, in su periorardrr, for sale hy L II GALE; nov22 03 Common at Ul ltEIU-o-II, lteletor Witee PIen bards, land ing frota ship Leuon, Ifor len S & J ' IIITNEY, nov22 72 Camp at JT OLEN Irmn along side ship Ohio, on tie night of F 2lot inot, the yowl boat ,fsaid ship, paitted green inside and ont; 18 feet lone-a reasonable rnward will ie ipaid for the recovery thereof' a iply to ITE'I'SON & AVERY, novl3 U8 Gravier at St. -Chartles TIeatre. THIS EVENING, NOV. 26, Will be performed thle Prry of ESMERALDA. Claude Froll, Mr. Pearson, ('apt. Phoebus, Page, pierre dTregoire, S. Cownell, QuasiIetla, Harrieon, Eslamerlda, Mrs Harrioan. An Overture by Orchestra, The whole will conclnde with the Farce of THE DEAD SHOT. Frederick, Mir. Plumer. Capt. Cannon, Willianms Mr. Timid, Cowell, louisaa, Mrs Cowell. Chatter, . Smith. CLOHING--20 cca esseasonable Clothing, land olag and fur sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & Co, nov23 134 Magazine sit pASTE BIACKI NG-I100 gross, landing from ship Forum. for sale by ISAACBJRII)GE & CO, ROGANS-100 cases, containing amen's prime kip Srogegans and heny hip bootnt, landing and fw r sale by ISAAC BIII)GE & CO. nov23 131 Magazine At SP'ERlt CANDLES-- 25 boes Ner Bedflrd iperna SCandles lamlilg.l fiL ale bv ISAAC BRIDGE 4 CO, nov23 134 A.lnazine at •"PANI:'41t BOOKS. - ON Guijte de Is Mancha, D Teatro de Lope tde Vein, l.lrenle Itliatoria de In lrtieiriaon, Gil B5a--El Saailler de Salnlarnca, Poeaies de (Guevedo, do Ohras jocosns, Corlts o I' ltlia--Lesls neae, Pabla v Virivin--Ileleario. Trelemeaco-Carta Marrecena, Grammers and Dietiotaries, Spanish, French, English and German. For sale by E JOHNS & CO, nov~3 ear St Charles & Common at VINEGAR. IEN bbls vinegar on board ship Ocmulgee, and lhr J D BEIN & A COHFN, noa 22 90 Common at. JOHN STEWART, No. 5, Platt Street, New York, COMMISSION MERCHANT, IIIPORTER and dealer in Hatters Pltthes and trimmings. Ample etat ge may ha Itd on nod erate terms, and every attention paid to gooda forward. td eo his care. Rel'erecees:- Messrs. I.arua & Provost. N O. lGossip & Co. now2 1(3R ly COA... A NTHRACITE an Orrr Coal in caska hhdsand in Iols to euitparehvsars. Orders left at the coal vard in Cnnal slreet, hetween Carondelet and Baronne, or at the countin hloun e of IIOLMES & 5k111.1 , tae22 9 lank I'lace. ANRIIlRACITE C AL.. - O]NE handread n rd twelve hgslmlelo seperior An - thrlar:ite Coal, lndiog lrmna selip NoW HalI) shire frot I'Philadelphia I er vsle h IIOLNIES & MILLS. nnv2 S9hllnk Plae. SAIT--fiIll hags fine Liverpol Snlt on board slip Foruen, frolt lonton, Ifr aile lew if take, front the I.eve, by LAWIRENCO & I.EGENI)RE, nov21l 28 & L 9 New Ivee t-JEA- Ir' IW-DFIRt-AiAIarge auplply of 'tle abov 1 Powdert or sale by SICKI.ES & CO, nov2 4l 'nnal at EI1OL)eINl: WAf-'I:KThaIn oaxubxrrlhrra;hv r ' i ev i ) velby lthe ships Ilochester c,al IlephlIlilnl, Ir,,n lavre, i olge tnap.lppvt of Clo, e WVat,,r, llh Itr sh es, Nail brusohe, ie,&cllfn saprir qlllt, lwhihl, hey aloffer or sale on euoanll leterlll,. SICKI ES & 1CO, nnv_2 410 (lngv| st 11 1'. I II IIAChES. .. IE'lI IFall I nl foeI, r S1"i, veer thjiaev,,ec . ill Ee•,,, r a .e ,l ,I, vllnn, I l' , Ioyv,,1a,. h'r.ot l)1--A m.,lhh fitr 5,:11(l x sig, It. fr. tote aill.hetI; :ltjor T1. J.oI i WP]rlal nt,',,a hl. ft :r , h he'i nrhs. " S-ltlllvl I);lh --A 1 l rh 5'r , liIR n.i sl . I,. I) Ihllr I ion p It.I:v I n t lVeooe ll l k I',,,' , ,h1 lao ,, I thlll daRn) |'Y "l*,p nlrlll. (;ri,,r .1 ...n'. n '" . .... lt lr . t 'heailhltxi lr l.ll ,v \ el.. , iv. o.r . iii % llea pl e,, Ihf salsati l Iec-..lil' hata. t oI 'nl " x.,(!11 ,, r 1 lre,, f. lt Irv x.ith :to r, • 'F ýmllli. 'r her , J \',11; I :l, 111., . Thh d Itar--T.in a ft.Is, J (' P.liS.v, $5,11 Siaw' ID)a, T wo mli ' henI", J (' Illr.e, 7.0 p1i ree, 0*10111 Slnt)5J WELLS. m.,vot--trn I~\RW OILEANS J JCUiEY CI.UB BACES. O VER the F'ellpp.e/*ot' r(e Io con m.. on'roer . ri day, tihe 4t I of ereemlber,nidcoutin.ee six dae)s. Jcke, Club Pur.e, ,,1501., 3 mile hears second it het boare to recieive $,'Ol, prosided more then two . art; if but two, thll wi'elnr no receive $1,00. 1;SEllNl) DAY. fiProtprieoer's Purse, two mile lbetis` teeont bestb horse to receive $20!), povulled Inore lhall two start, if tbut twe the winerl to receive .1.101. THUD IDAY. The Neow Oleans Plate-.- splendil Teo Service of uilrerr, value lpr,'0. 2 inile beaut. I hit race four 'h ar olde an( d u rder, uryghei apjproprae eigh;. S year ulld ud aver 101 ponds. Jockey Club Puree, $2500, 4 rilaheuents; second hbe horse to receive $,O, perovlned sr than tI o teart; if but LwoT, :e winner to re.eive $2 000. FIFTH DAY'. Proprietor's Puree, $6,00 mile heart, beat three in, SIXTH DAY. Proprietor's Purse. $1,000, three mile hpots. nov 19 Y \ OLIVER: tUMBELR-Al d P,ort.c'. 2Y6,0111 tee lenrse.on. i e IEourdsE. lttRll llI Potatoes, landing front ship Legrange, and for sale by LEVI IH GAIE, eamr9 93 Co,_lmnon st OffEe Aew l Ulenos anoul Xaoai/e K'.- R'd C., -RAFTS on New York aut ight for .ale, in sums Sto 0 purclluchasers, at I per elnt. prellium. JAJIEs: ii CALI)D\VELI,, nol 4 Pres't. TIr E celebrated New Turk troti 1 tlh ree, 'ROLI.A,' .T will be raffled for o Satutrday tle 241h stoant.. I bli very popullr uanmlll,, the willner ol sone y ra'eu , nond possessing slh undoubted speed, and lIotltm, is now in the best poasihle condition: aod tsy be seen at any time and purlicular rlcunled Illlttllesale of IILIVER I)UBOIS, Tattersull's. ill St. Charles st. eairGravier ['Chances $20 each. Inuvel6--td. NOTICE. I)HIRINl tlie eoelporary absee . oI the subscriber froml acity, Chorlcs BriggecE:q. will act e his 5lllorieed agent, salid to him uil' laving business wlith the undrsignled, will pI..se apply. I"2 ANCIS ILSLEY ,JUN. nool4 1828--of G O VENOa' O Rl-TS U. AoiG. - TIHE Troup will parml , Sunday wlrning next, tle25th instanut. 1 9 o'clock, on tile vacant sqluare ofground on S. Churles street, olltuilte the Tlleolre, Ior iuspeltim t and dril. Ily order ofJ W Stillwell, Lieut. Comdl't. nov5 JOHN GIBSON, IlUI.I. OF U S CIOURIT". T HE Rllea of tle C.ireit and I)istrbe t Court of tile U S tor this District, lur u"le ct Ili office of the Mlrslul of said Court. Apply to tivl9 J P WALDEN. NOTICE. Mr. GEORGE SI-IcRICK having resigned the of flee ofehief Engineer of Ihe New Orleans anud Carroll ton uRail oad, Mr. Johu llampton btn hbeen ,,ppoint ed in his place, to w92sm all persons having husiures witl, or wishling infimatlion re~arding said R.il Road will uptey at the Rail Road Office, Poydru streot, By order of tile loard. (Sigrld) JI)HN NICIIOLSON, neovl7-tf Cuashlier. l MBER fccIlH-- x fit lamer, board I shilp Liverpool uplositt th O)rleaus Press. Ap ply on board, or to novl7 LEVI H GALE, sol 9: (olumlmon st 1CE--3O Iteres new Ir me lice, fur se hto ou-l? AR\IHAM TIIER, nol7 41 P1lduras 4t

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