Newspaper of True American, 27 Kasım 1838, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated 27 Kasım 1838 Page 2
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S' 'ccwuhus. " . .. Of KARANCn~iut, KNoveer 26. Fg.FpailP aPoemv, for Boslto, Geo Brdford. .mf tut . , for iBeaot, Matar. al. Wattbor Ne.w fork. Ilanr. S nr Imp a io Err (Galveston, Twse,. pi4C'til, ldltou Iloatlltl. fr Ial rt1t ut, Ool Bln ford. c tr Nilufa Padren, HeCadapohp h t' 'rnaum l & Ran | iehlr &IDiigoce, Ma~tooli, for Ilalize, Persuades & Kusr. ARRIVALS. 1 Tairhet nrplcls .|orrioe, from the Pin; havinl twee otaahlIp vilah. Bmlaht u', sbklls Ann Maty Ant, I'ott mtas,nd Pr.a,ltniat. Left s ,V PaO s on d ls.t. at I pem. R.eports ship Nimrod o.i the BIr, ild 3 brigh and 3 IchrL t, the River. ilip An. M.ry An.. Citk. 29 d.ys. eoam Porltmouth, via CLhttrlmlOnc.o JItr ..careo . hay asni polateoes hlp Fttaucouiat Ulak, li lays fro;n B.oston, to teton & p P .tom M. .,, ., 9th ,o, Ir... Alxnnalrl. to IlMatser. b].b, Ca. l..u..dt,. Wa.u.lOury. trolu Pt Jalcphh, t, Mailer.. .. 411 brl4 ntllad aindry lout itdu Lrr Excluage, .Andrews., from ubile.in bahllast.to e t Mer. + 88tesmer lu~llvi[io. Jordan. Ret ou ayu SAte a+ SBlat b.,et from May.ill.s, Knteeky..carg: hfle rope S ad bacing, to Piete, Slh Aon L Bral, ld Michel MLaker. a .1uaaecr Rodulph. Roa., P- l..e.,lh l.sI. BteamerC.ea.bl.m.. Ilt.oo. ftromi Cincnnat.l COMMERCIAL. l.ntlca I0nla . Ch..aton. No ...........23 Washina ,Nov........ 19 plw-'York, Nov.......... I0 Cintiunati, do........... 0 Phlt.delph l N. ..........11 Louisville, d............2 laltimaree do............. A 7.. 1 t il. no ......IS Saatllleh.Nov... 2... 3 Livlpool, a.t .......... 7 ... ta N .I aris P. t ...............21 |lonllon ('loxes) +.ov..... 111 Paris U. sustlt, Nov .......... ..... 17 Leanden. d ........... 27 .NattviltP, Nov ........... 23 Iavre do ........... ....16 tXI'OIRTS. BOlSTO)N..Per hlt Legodl.. cargo, P51 hI. cnatto, b bn.o. b,oak.L. do dIw.t. .ad huehl. end 2 ottlla gin. I . e.......... 'el ship I[..iltt..cargo, 2.55 1s coatton, 7'20 plcg.t..d, and t8 h.ia hleour. NEW YORK.P..P Wi brie etsrson..carge,303 hhdm lugar, and Si bris mal.a.se. GALVEBTON, Te~c.U . or+o, enlltail lots eoee, slugr. tea, far. alture, I,*e. .era.ware, ba.le rep aad baginl., wine, till, ellceee, flour. whlskey. lead, cigael.r, teadlel, butter, paIler. hallllte.ltlalel..mtkrcel, tleltd. . cating., powder, atole ware oils and paoler. [Per b il Empleaerios. PORTP.MOUTil..Per ahip Ca.atelltti.ou--arglo, 08 bal. CAMIEACIIY. P.r tabhr Ninfa..ato,. 220 hrll flour. 450 rope oniotas, 40 k-g. pitch, 25 boxes railisl, alcud bnte.medicines. BALIZIe..Per chr Diligence..cargo, 1.001 rop.. onions. 450 hrl. alour, 3500 re.aml per, e hls Ituslia sheet. lug. infl. IMPORTS. BOSTOM..Por hip Franeonia..aai rg. , 1000 . Ne lte hbt leap, IA-l.half brlt macberel, andl mdge. to Davis, Hohert. CaoCklyte, J . Laodes, seebe r. tetsoU & Avery. Pliies, Johabtone 5 co, Cal rattee-T, Trl1.st. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. Cie'iunali..Per steamer Rdudlph.. 100 psl bggiIng and 100 .oil.s op., Lumbleth & Thobapnli ao; It ll eollor. Lawrence A Chettnlee. 56 1.1s tak, I.ocr, Fern .1 £enegre, Sibl Wold & Silnottital bls do Bennett, rri day & co, Blyo. Sara--Per sleamer Halate.ills. cargo, 2A4 him catton Burke. Walt J co. 221 do I gI kind dearborn. A Iedoux & so, t17 bale. .etlton I White & re. 1I.Sd Reynolda. Byrl'e J Co. 98 do G M Lee. 31 ddo Order, l 2 do Lambeth a Thbompso, 53 do Taylor, (inrllllar aco,. 41 d V We, Plowe.r, 33 do Peyroula, Are.d t& co, a.l do WV M Cu, tie., S Pdo. AIon.,,.4her cc, 0,S do G.yle & Stewart, 211 sIo S Canlll.n, 49 do WV D Confer k ao, II do Floataiu. re'locaq . DegPole, 15 do IHenderton 4 Galn.... Iltdo Whiling & Slark. 2i do Ja' Armour, a0 do Sa ith & Voorhene. 5d.. d+ llo, Fntaillne " eo, 5 do Preell, .one 4 c., 41 hhds tlaep.r N & J Dick & ra. Cincinlati..Per teal.ter Coulnutin..cargo. 71 brlS 50 half do pork J Thl.yar ,.a c; 3d bhrl. 0t hbalf o hh.ef, 6t brm peork. Ill keg. lald. J Laudis & co; 40al sP ka co. n owacer on boardl 2ba.!a otto.. Mlarltln, i'lameant. . co. PASSPENGERS. Alxa.deria..prr ship PtI'aomac--Juhnatou, Mile., Anthony. IOPe, oaellt,andt Plaumer SCitncinnlti-Per sIteamor Rtdolph..Newitt, J WV qarles, Perettu, R I. P a.e, Ausetin. R.ael. E Goad.ein, J IF' Drake. M. Dae. L'errcn. ,Ir I,.tir., tarbh. ll.witl. DIdhtet & fatialy, J N' Quarles, Jorle G W Dixoll, Lusertn, Bcker, Christmas' SW Jon.es . Itly, Emetrso, Allison. tlc Perrin. ila.toe., Blalt. Dyer, Brile. 1V F Jauna, R L Place, White, Reka., Miss IBritty. Bayou Sam..Per +learer Hantsville--J Wolf. 1. Cobhl, G Mlerrlek andit. iafolle. M A Brady, Eliter, (Glover. J I ,,rr, John Mlrc.y, Warfialh, F F tmom, Pimmons, J L Greln.i a I II Ulel.t, Al,.alder. G J Murray, J ltrclay. Culllsoll. V Farrie, J D.avidla,fl.Gea Marlin, John Whltaker, J L Glmning. Mi.e Mlas, Mrs Stewart. A I Mlre lady and 3 Sac. Madd, Pomn;arucet C Marton. C M Oliver. John Kipt. J Ierry. Ke'ley ant 2 Inldlies, W Iltrws, llorrit, Ptardioee, OnlleMu, MDerraso, Mltahonl, Thb. Rubertaon, Joh. Mlaltia, M Scud. der. Per steamer Coltllmbian, from Cilltinatllnti..Dr Oear and Itdy DrGardels, BPaael Silsbee, Mayt Wrd, IPhillips, Ver. non, Hlied, Mar nez, MALrcuetrozo, Saneink, Brough, lisle, Bowaman, Arlmstrong. Silllipon, Sullivan, J L Grave., Terreo. Br a.ere Relaaeir, Garden, BroWn, Jacoba. Clarkb, Dr ElliSon, Norris, Sooely anld ladV, Levi, Austin, Chalmers, Spruce, A It Rom.n Ilose. Green, Magee, Slyth. Sheppard. Ebgleaen, Smibh. Bayoger, Ingle ., WV Purtier, Chaamia, Leaendere, 0le. delkin. MIEMSORANDA. New YorT, Nlv IFfh..c'd shin Slhlaespeale, Palmer, for N O; 19t0b cl'd ltip Amtaiel, t.y, do. IBaton. 16th NM--cl'd slhipt Cherokea, Locing. nnd Ctno ilae. Sicml.on, f r N O. Arr shbip Harold, ld w la., hence. ViLkftord. Nov 14..ac 'd i chr t.avert, ca. rnlr, for N O. ti...t (R I,) 15thl..l'd I ri Etaclillae PI'itan, for N O. P'rovidelle. 11th..l.l'd brig WVillal, t-Kean, N O. lu Ihe apket shipi sbakseanrr, sailtl 17th itst;lltt for Ne. Orlea:la.. ir Hu;ard leallerson. lady. Iwo children, snd two 'ate. Ilr. Ilillltta and dal.lto. Prt II C tCrneer and lady. SIr J Curli, lady, Ihreb cIildrent n.d -It. te Gao MPganll. four children aandaet. Mr Wit I Field aid taty. Mlis Sarah A 11iler Mr J P Ulltackh I. Sl l M e(rth.ab l ltNew Orlea.n; MAr Fred.lrick A I.aevcrina. of tlatIIilae; itlr WI K BOlwt..l d , thl e,. elliSeelr , aild two s~I va lltt ; Alr PSanlnllel NicholOlln, and l.dy, Ptr iickL.y. tlr J It Rathhtte. tr l t'nlac I.rlotn, M. P Canty, I, II Da..tld, Ptr A Daftr, Sir L ECIh.eCc. el PA aiuarinaor, .ll al" Naw ybrk; SIr {iearge Satrrs of Ilad..on. Mr D.vild Gee'oy of tallae; aIr Browa, and Mr td WV S.ith of INew York. Sta;,ller Radol .h rpeoat5 fP ael riie ill the Ohia. Ship Ann Plrry Ann ..poko on .lhe 2 :lh ict, at tbe Doable Headed Shot KRys., .hip A.ntlucb froml Caype of Delaware for tili` lien. abip 1anennia .I lO oa tile 14th. off t lblt in the Wall. .hip Roaert Pl.faord, from Liverpoa l for thi pal t. NoTIIE TO MARINERS. Edartolrw, Nov Nc, rIt, two lithI hltou.r lately ereded on the noroeillj ot Iho elet*t*I of Nan toket. will bh lighthd on the erotiy Itt, .11Lthl i .01. Dtioirection.-in passing the Nor bring tlh tigt,, ho ,i" it tornt. AtARKETSI' MONElY 3.l11iK11'1'0, fe-Nooovehtb.o Ill. The toO ,,, Inr llt.; llt, in Stock. m. S oray w.. more extealv llttoutll winont ylly elatertlllhange in plloritvou pric.n. U it.lltk thold . 1t21, whltl. .htottl.ltaIl .droesl,. In Dclawarrt anlll IlInI.,.I :,.uI.I Ca,· II~rlBIn, 11oale, ..,it tre. valanlce, anld New J,,,.lray (uilrnndr, at culndidarabl.. hurlnell wes dune tll 11out toe. tO the 1t11,1'O preceddy. SlItto Inl Courtl Fives, 1.817 old at Ip~ll Exchangelr an I~nlllon 91~ I',, rent premium.. Another oto I'nntking Itttltltltntlt hae hoeen nonooncd. to It lltoItd in tile lttorty tIttI fud ,trIt' iThe gtotlolpll iontrerItd ate.l OIpr. I~t,,oll SItebbitt. Et.nhn Phk, 1' PlmeOo ant 0. Van 0ttoeelatert, &c. 'IThe toip tl *t11tOOtO. to Ie ito crea.ed t ltid .trly ! lteqhliro it ttlt millioh. Thle. bIoi.tOf aubacrn plio . 1 ,1he IN-It, A mr icon Trust and Bank in Co bare closedl. 'The capital no. nIlvuaecd I i, l Ill illirml. f Jullrr.. in bonlds anld alertgagem. in Odin- to Salt sah~bre, illiiow to a rhe SIrttl.11I. Insttonc. Compant'ty have dtletred a divi den~l of ioght per cent Iltynlthtrlltl th ItroxIm TheLbMutul I,,euroltt Comlptyt htovle etltred a dijidend coffe lpr crnt ft, Itto Ithe oat si mnthlt., IIyaO lo on Lth fitt t of Decebrtlo. The Receivers otho Ameorican Fire Inlsurt nct CompOy of Itir .ity, 0giro ottlics tIhtt tItI will pay a farothel iriidlnd Of ?4 per -at on t IIe ctaimW. allowed by the~m-para.ble on the z11 ittallt. 13,0001 Capital Prize. Tiekern only $ 5. GRAND STrATrE LOTTERY D)rooll nmlbltltr f Ithe Grtld Stlttol.1tltoIV, Clasr 56. lilt 311. 4Il2t, 8, -2-1,1 Ii, It, 1,1;1, :P. C LASS Nt. 57. AItllhorisedI y Ith I.regioittlr of tlhe Solte. 'To Ibe draw TO-Ill Y, Nov. 7tith, 1038, at i o'cllolck, P. St. at Bisllep's H11el. S DAVIS & CO, MaottgBro. 75 Nomboes-I2 D1raw1 raollots. SCHEME. i Prise o $13000 $1500 non tI do 4 11110 40410 0 do 2 5110 2 500 A do 25000 2000 r do. 1500 1 5141 101 do 108110 1000 1() d,, 500 5000 10 do 3191 3 1100 10 do 250 2 500 12 do. 150 1800 I5 da- 121 1300 141 do 100 4 8000 63 do 50 3150 63 de 410 2520 63 do 30 1890 .3 do 1i4 1 260 126 do 05 1900 3000 du In 37 t00 23436 do 3 117 180 271814 Priooo, nmountin tt o $94533 Ticettel $5 01- Haolves $2 51-Quarlterlor $1 25. Patkagesol'o2dTicketl for $1253, warllnted to draw ai 10st $101. Prckuoen otTIS holf tikore $42 59, wOtrrc,1lel to draw 1t leost $30. l'tlkatlago 5 Q23 (0oc1 ickets $31 25 war ranted todrwto i. 01111t $15 For Packages or single riokerl1, ojtjt~ t 1 01 t MANAGERS' OFFICE, nor217 16Claoresrot A FI Troe 13 lil1 t Cto for oalt, apply en blord ship Oconee, uplpueito Hospital street. (ONVERATIO 'S LEXICON, 12 nota, and Goethle,-ScI-ier, ) Ta ffm Complete wrk. Wieland-U+..itilg. Th Koerner-Vtlond r Velde Cusanora, original cdi tion; Zocbokhe, in l & in Ivoote; Cltrern & Kimo NouetIon, And a voirlyof Olctuaor works in the0 Glerman. Alro,Gercnao rtorumarandDi ntioinaries for isjruc 0io0 in French, English nod Satoirh. E IIOHNNS d CO, nnrl7 car St 011trtr&,&,ommoln at 52IERI :AN RAN 'ijt'-t bbia i 5th prhlo 3110 10 eteon Brttdy, for sato Iby ISAAC BRIDSIE & CO, n10206 024 hagahine at OIlFItHI. 300 btoxe white nod dry CvuodItfor CJ Pote by ISAAC BRIIDGE & co1 SoeS" 131 Mlotelsie ml. 5IA1'IIER'S NEWS INK. 1 UST' receIved, fihy kiego of WVintert Inth, ottle oFlow Ity l)A0VIII FEll' &o (o. New York rStatione~r'! IIIII, nnr26f 24 Ihirtores 01 F9' recrived a few caeca of very into priced Ltsl 0 tr 101 irr blur tt 1 1 while, p11ain a d ruleo , fur 1ule -r, 11 e VIII t'El. A COt, Itttn'St6 XY rititttte,11olat,`II t' mro ell In connection with this Otfice is a the SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE Y' FuR THlE PRINTING OFr Ca nes Bills of Lading the Labehl, Dray Receipts Legal Netlees, Actlon Bills, Bill Forms, Show Bills to' Steam Boat Bills Oiicular And every descriptiot eotJob Work that may be required. IýiThe proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the puldic to the above Card, ans assoores them that go all work intrusted to his care shdafbe dime atthe short- co eat notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and h at the lowest rates, an TilE 1'RUE AMERICAN. :, ElIT'reD Isew Jalt esatneON. m It it PAITRIUL AND BOLD. N!VEV OR IEFAN .": TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1838 gt'Phe Express nmail yesterday brought us n slips from New York to the 19th inclusive. Up a to the evening of that day, no tidings had ieen d agthered of the Liverpool. It was snowing hea vily in New York, and tihe sleigh bells were jing. d . lng merrily. T llHE NEW HALL. ,. Amidst the many, and extensive, public im provements which have been begun, completed, or suggested by our municipal council, we trust I that the project of building a suitable Hall, for our public offiees has not been lost sight of. Al though the paving of streets, and building ol wharves, are untdeniably of vast importance, we ido not tllhipk that they should absorb all the at tention of our energetic Council. As they are so far, and so successfully underway, some atteno tion might now be bestowed upon our embryo * 'Municipal Hasl,' which we are greatly in want of, and for which a splendid design has been on adopted, nd countraects made with the architects vo for its erection. which only wait the general order 53 to 'advance.' In so thriving a mnunicipaltty as that we justly boast of, it is butfi tht fit thta the citi iens should have a public Ilall suitable to their do wants, their intelligence, and their means, instead at of temporarily renting a substitute which is de f cidedly inconvenient, and inappropriate. It is rd; scarcely a legitimatne economy which delays a work of such primary importance, for thie outlay n onild be comparatively triflintg, while the im. provetent would be of vast imtportance, as well Son the score of utility, as of ornamento . As the its, construction of such a much desired edifies would occipy somne 2 or 3 years Ithe appropria. tions needed would not exceed $59,000 annually, . for the gross estimate is but $175,000. When so i much has already been done to nmake our mu i ticipality such as its citizens may be jts'ly prold , f4, it would be culpable to fall short of so essen mial on improvement as that ofa fitting tMlunicipal ad. Hall.' Should such noble plans as have been sad formed for this object be suffered to rest and rust, c to mouldrr on some neglected shelf,or should they ste. reo. he pnt into praelice at once, and thus by the S timet it otnld take merely to revive the subject O" should it once be lost sight of, we should have a noble Ilall erected, suitable to the intelligence for and liberality of our citizens. While tno steps are taken to complete the work, no- he exisrence of tlose elegant plans which all who view are proud of, is rather a proof of impotent ambition, than of good taste, and public spirit. tee While such noble sketches of intended works are Mi to be found altone in the accepted deoigns of our tr .killul architects, our neighbours (so generally as; 'evtled for terdiness) may fairly bid us look at home when we speak agait ofttheir neglected pub. atr ic works. Will not our "onncil take the matter .Mr into consideratilon alreslh? We feel peradldcd hor that the public feeling would go hand in hand oithl t them, were ithy to set about the undertaking fv without an hout's d.la- Our mlunicipality, al. Vail. ready so justly proud of our great public works, our pavements, wharves, streets, gas, and water works, would feel additional pride in bhing able to Spoint to her " Public Hall," as inferior to Ilnelt in the the whole United Stntes. .Munsefhuset:a.--'lThe Us,rton Atlas of the 16th given returns of 269 towns in which tro vctos siand thus. Everett, 47527 Mlarcus Morton, 37751 Whiz majority, 9770 .lt.ehignn.-At Detroit on the litl Nov. the mnjorittes for Conereesman stood thus. Whig majority in twelve counties, 1078 Tory do il live, 701 Wells (whit) nhead, 371 Eleven counties to he hitard from. We learn, sa)s a New York writer at 5 p. m. on Sunday the 19th that Wellos the whig candi date for Congress is said to be elected by a large majority over Craig, and what is more impor tant the whiigs will probably have a majority of eight in j,,int ballot in the legislature. John Norvall will thus be ousted on the 31d March when hts term expires. Close Voting.--T'he locu fcos have just suce reeded in carrying the third senatonrial district in New York, the numbers being for Paig.', 24,561, and for Watson 24,513 thus electing the Van Buren candidate bv 48. V'ermonto.-John SNiilth (loc,,) is elected to con. gross in the fourth districe, Vermont, by about 200 tmajority over lesman Allen,. the whiveandidate. Fatal accident -A man named Williamt Crosby, a native of New York, and known as a mate in several stean boa s at different times upon our waters, walked on board of the tocametr Mem phis yesterday morning, and happening to slip while standing near the open hold of the boat fell in head foremost, and broke his neck. ie died instanter. Worth boasting of.--The Ptlilattelphia Gazette a)e a that its proprietors do not lose on an average ,50 per annum by defaulting subscribers! Would all couls say the same. The *Cuimberland' wast iling again slowly on the 23rd. The sreamers hlunter and Delaware had arrived at Nashvllie on the day before, and re ported 3 feet and half water on the shoals. The 'Ohio' on the 20th continued slowly to de cline having already fallen from twelve to fifteen ncher. From the Parific-We learn itra a letter dated from Callan, that the harbor is blockaded by the Chihan squadron, but no attempt is made to hlnder any American, English or French ships from otl Steeing. 'his is certainly the very ane of blockades not wholly unconnected with blockheads, for what good can arise from hoverintg round a port with an armed force, yet permitting thie ships of three great marititme nations to enter and depart at will, would puzzle a common thinker to deter mine. Phrenology.-Profes-or Combe commenced a series of lectures at Clinton Hall, in New York City, on lMon day the 19th, and they who have read his works on the science ol Phrenology will readily imagine the delight which his oral communications miust inmpart to all who take ani iuterert in his themes. First itnpressious.-lTha New York Evening Postr of ithe 3.t alr-"We shall annitilate federalitsm in New York."' fuober, seeond ThouahrI."-Tle saome raper of the S11tb avye--" he federa'lirts havecarried Io Starte." i ( Gedney's newly discovered channel into New York Harbor is new regularly marked out with spar Iuoys, and will prove of incalculable value to tile port. These white buoys are seven in nlminber, and roccupy an extent of a mile an a hal. In tno place is it less tlhn 36 feet dep, and that oInly Ion the lir which is hut 200 feet nr ile. Irn rie other part of the Iew .Itn Slithre ar, :ot lhet waoer mors titut it rrrty other port. In speaking of the gross, and mlramouu interference of the roffears of the general government iu the recent New York etoction, the "Timea" contrats the party usage tb of professed Republican, with the laws of monarchi cal England, and quotes from anmt act of its parliament the following clause. "No person employed in the collection of the i Excise, or the Collection Duties, or in any manner P connected therelith, shall by werd, by writing, or in any other manner, persuade or dissuade any elector in relation to ha vote, under the penalty of One Hundred Peonds, and forfeiture of ejlcial power." Malrem Mltviea/is.-l'ren Chinese Mulberry Trees weresoldl afew daya since, at Richmond, Vo. for $*25 ch ec a sh. And, it s stated in the Peter sburg lnt olli gooser, that Mr. Joih L. Williams, jr. of Uruniswirk county, has just soll his stock of trees, &c. for $13,i00tt. Hi. price was 17 cents per froot, without the lateral bmrnches. The first tree Ie planrted was in Mlareh. 1837, and his total outlay nut more than $310. Fifteenmen lost.-An express from Dam No. 3, reached this place on Monday evening, hrininag the contractor the unwelcome intelligence that lb men were drowned at his work on Mondaymorno ing. About 41 men, white and black, were paes ing over in two borts to the point where gravel for the dam is procured,and in the middle of the river they became alarmled, and so great was the panic from the belief that they must all be drowned in passing over tile danm, that the foreman in vain attempted to rally thellt with the pole, by whicll there is no doubt, but for the alarm, the boats 0s might have been governed, as there was not a p strong current over the gravel above the dam. As the boars begatn to descend the stream, the hands jumped into the river, with a few excepitons, and these anrd the fo)reman righted up the boats for the descent,nnd passed over in safety, the lower slope of the d.m being little more than a steep plain. Some swam ashnore above the dam, othters passed over the damm, and ater the boats had made the t. descent,nr great was the panic that some jumped off, and one was near being drowned. The fore mnlan peremnplorily commanded a negro man not to et leave the boat, just as Ihe was about getting into or the water; the man jumped into the hold and seized a timber and went over in safety. Mr. McReary was here for the purpose cf receiving ot his estimates, and lelt yesterday for the scene of or tbte shocking disaster. Six whlite men and nine ,t- blacks were drowned.-Bow. Green Gaselle. CANADA. On Monday afternooo near St. Remi, an advan coed guard of the brigade under Sir.James M'Don. o nel, who had the command of the tour troops of the 7th Hissars, a park of artillery and the Gren,. adier Guards, fell in with three rebels on horse back, who imtmediately took to flight. The guard consisted of about 40 troopers and Sergeant MajorSharpe of the Montreal Cavalry, who dis. played his usual gallantry, by pursuing the rebels on his thorough-bred Witch, in advance of the hus sars. Om coining upto the nearest rebel, he rade re a cut at hin, but missed, whereupon he stabbed pt him it the side, which brunght him toea stand, and he was mtade prisoner. A short titme afterward he attempted to escape, and, while in the not of leaping a lence, he was shot by a corporal of the r husaurs, and expired ill about two hours. His name was Grenier, a storekeeper in St. Paul street. On l'uesday about sixty of the rebels, under one Mulhlior, tram Quebec, took up a position on a mouuntain behind Uouchervdlle, at the mills be lunging to Theoephile [lruteau, advocate of. this ity, who landed at Champlain from the States oil Sunday last, in company with tihe notorious scamp Van Rensselaer. Yesterday morning the rebels on tile Boucherville inountlon, learning from one of their scouts that a company ol the 661th Regi ment was marching in the neighborhood, precpi lately trohk flight on Mlithiot's calling out "Mes braves, sluve qui peul." Th' y left behind them three pieces of artillery, and about 300 stand of arras. On T'uesday about noon ninety-two rebels frotm Na pierville were marched into town under a guard and safely lodged in prison. Among Ihern we observe loe rin, lutl captain of thIe Eagle steumter, and his son.- Aboul 2o'clock 21 pisonuers were marched into town frout Lachine, under charge ofa few volunteers of that village. Among them were Dr. Neweombe, ltele a druggist in this city, who held the nomiroal rank f cec reotary of War ufthe Conuciun arnay; hia sou who was a Brigadier General, anda young lrad named Norman dean, who was one of the leadere. Thyl were all fromn Beuh.rtui. and Cjharteuagav. Aunother son of Doctor Newcol be'swho was cterlk withle r. John Done-ant of t i eity, was oarresed on Suirtdary w rek, and with his e mlloyur has beu inl jail ever Hsince. Yesterday about twenty prieouners arrived in town frot harierville, amoi g whreich are Benjamit Loki., o notary brother tt the lorat Mr. f' Lukina, f this city, nid a youog man named Leveqte, a clerk i the slhlcriiff's at lier, and son ol thle late Irothonot ry of thisa city. A bout 5 o'ul)ck esterday a frieanron a colrtany of the t3th regiment droived in towne, tavrtrg chlarge ol another sone ofnupt, aorin'ut, a pirisner. He woas onveyed in a caluche, as he woas wouded in one of Id legs. 'i'here are now He hoa three hndaret d atd fifty nriieers int goal chaerged wilh high troauon, tIe greater proportiou of whinr wire otlken with cirn itn their hands. Prnm rtle Oonndaga Standard. SrTEAMBUAT GREAT BRlITAIN IIUItN'r! Just as we wore pulltting .r paper tn e ress lst evel, lig, trhe packet rulistn weSae arrived, bringing i.Rtlli. fger'e tita tIe stetnter Great Itritetii wees burnt at the hoarf in Kinghtonu, oan Su!cav ight t. ''eho hal wa fittilg noets as goavertnent vessel to be enmtdo)ed tagai resl fitu potiota. fTliestro y of Gaenl. Wonl'a offer to take comlllrl of the I'atriot fitrces is renewed in the Montrenal Herall, , hicr ipaperpublielrhs o letter front Edwanrd E. Rodier ewho speaks of varinus perso ua who understood the of fer to li made :t but oay positive words used by the Genran oal h e asserts is an expression to this effect:- "Shrew me, that you have etliienat foreso, ac d I will shut my eyes,"--nd at the oante lime showed hit their ooenrs wcr ieadequate. A cool consideration aatl end in diecra itieg any osuch deductionsas Iave been trodo Sfrom the conversation alluded to. Froe thle .Motntreal Courier of Wodnesday. We wnse ii error i sraeting that trile Broughtm had been towetd fowen to lIcrhioe; site still lit:e at leruhelr-' coi, stlk illn six feet water. We omitted to mntilot oen Mlonday, thct ChateauguOy which wasrentered by a party of Volunteers ad the as t diusre of Cuughaawag, eander tile cotmaend of C.ultain Calpttlell,of the tuseaur, wo found copletely de . rieted by the inrhabitants. A good meany of ithe ouuses were burotld. Yeatnday neorning it was cuently replorted thrat large torrier firee trod oro on rho ehenin i arge e riht fre ad msen methlcd on the lnouncervllle ruountaie. It nay be honl we hope they will rentail there till islneeott by the omletent authorities. ti S Ahbat 4 o'clock His Exclleocy.Sir John Colborr.e and Staff landed from the Pricess otVitoria. He wea h cethusiusticilly cheered by tile remwds ansembled on the wharves. Oae prisouer was brought over oa tihe name time, an old habitant, said to ie tile murderer of hie latet lr. Walker. Several Aemaoenca muskets rtnd baylr.rlrc were i i poaoaniesil of thle soldiers ettaohed to Sir John Colborre'a Staoff. Thley are nearly iew, t little lotger thai trile 'Ioteer ruelktte, stocks tiucll stronger, and ea urels polishred. tAnd tihe SMitr. at Herald if the 15th gives ite follow ing il refereoce to tbo tl soe ugngragmenct Informeatla .nas received late iou Tuesday evening Sthat eight hundsel len, with eight pieces ofartillery. Ilnt al.treoachtted reeott, front he o pposite shore, on SMontudy albot. ten o'clohk, and Iieled io an attempt to run ton large sehon oers along side the wherf. With tleaositance of't le athe rors United Statee aid PIaul Pry, about 5;0 men of the aypar ch;zers with 3 gons, Sdisemarked nbout two tillesbelTow te town, where they were rtatloned wheo the account lelf. The Expe o rimeot, agood armed steamer of mal sizne, arrived at 5 o'clock on Moudry afternoon, and exchanged several I- shots with tie stairte r United States, nile of whici p struck her, anod caused so musb damage that site was compelleld to retire to Ogdenaburgh to get neoessnry o pairs. The 93d iegimrent would be at Cornwall yes. rd terday moriag, another regiment was ordered on rhe tmarei, and two companies of thl royals left town yes. terduy morinag under the comwmaid of Cuol. Wetherell, to for that place, andvolunleers are flocking ih ItrOi all quarteras. The gallant Gleugarry Higldandera will eat e off'ti reotreat of the bi.nods by the Itltau C(toal, the Id armed steamer Experiment will effectually Inrernt their escape by boats, and the troepound volunteers will attack them on both flanks, so that they are col pletely hbotuned in. to d the pro ediog extracts we have given all that Ifn re rechded an reapeeting tlre latf demnonstretion oflhept riots at t'rercolt. 'ho revolutionisite appear in this adl venuture tbave feen imore acesrtul than in nv litre vircu engagemient durihg the present rebelliorn. Firs netounte ole of:ftlursec miuch exaggearated, particularly whe they cuee friom those wIhIo wirh well to tihe revo. Sotitons:v cause. At few days will deteraine of what importafnrce this stand at Praescott is likel) ultmtatel) to to prole. c MMUN ICATEn to ' the Editor of th/re True .4terican er SOt-An editorial artilee appeared tn your ppater of tile rith - innlltt Larllrg tit there are eatlre districts (till Pllladelphlta) wheore weter eanlot be drawn at . height of 1t feat; uay, where os na ntplid' .Ltatot be obtained at all. This statemelt, rlode dcubtlres illlout aey iloientiou to injure thhereputetion of Cte waterworkn of Phlildelphin. would. if ut carre.cted. tIl irne rortoot their real merits. You would therefore collfer a favor by girillg pubhiity to Ihia eOlllunicutioa. of To Tay knowledge, there is e. tplace throuehout the city of it Pbhllde phis. "wlhere aupply control hetubtaiaod at all." But ithere are mlany adre where rll aiequate qual:iry of watLer, for . ntl puretoea. cnsiot he ha.d, altbough,eayou lave truly istati, chit head oftrie eoter inl Ihe reservuir it alloutl ci feet. Thit defciehcy u fw.ier in tomlne plare', re owiug, i u great de gree, to te aet th. t tbe illamin pipn, rwhen Belat llrid, were io a nrger thau woulad nfurd tloupplty for the inllmedinte demand oft ho eitL.oeos. Wen the popipatlO iuCreuCt.d, at course It.e old pipe.s .re t.ut .a......tly lIre to . .f.y the gra.ea Ito dernertd. hr Athe time thesbe water works werea comenced, those em ployed torreet them did irot itoobably oaola t lhat hllowledge to f blydersuhea whicb nould give rnem u f.re.lght tlat thele pipes lad would ol ananwer the eIcreasod dewmaId, or if they did, theiy exer.iaed a rule sy.tem of ewouomy in ia.Vynu plpen wnlahi ltey were ertarl tlat on ltoe.,eod demallnd .uld aoeal of empel them to etko up. t" I do ot, by any etlle de.doire to detra t from the well boucht rotep*tier ofthe water works of Philadelphtia. 'hey ina no the coet eCleriVe,, od proInaby rho muwt tonffel in the U niall. Thn r.edact a creet dad oflellltoti Ihe h ltllleolrln nhO he.iahOley etenlrd tllenl; and meitl dneere.dly do tlloy rank ft,retllO.lt auRr ioll-roeInOIttIa ef thari kind; for. upwrein. efe otmtlllln aete uPeIoI eU axrrlnlenoe Ienfore the prelnt Irttu w:e adopted, ull undoudbtedly thery h;re ra last euceeeadd. elut. tO inO y m re , en hy t weil c hat nuca e*n innermousu.o iana on. nIttrneldered Ieocye Wontlrbeouser the nuPerintenecedeu eif tce aorhn wan coufded to perennl uanlcquttiltrd tilh the 'abject! ty WeV ne ted a coaneladeu. rote the hintory efithobe wrts, titer en they weree to.tuen~d wfilhtouyt eliy i alnul.nlen o os Io hrlhee the opira un, othtter liviiueanFroftae woreh. elloltt illswr t11t tIb rnenfy wereo bierlll eclnIed tnlruillerillni, th.ey sere rdldleo rd, .r d ,e neeptl:l tad ;i tell .ttrn t neatl theoti rnnre), ohtl.y totier nIud wnk.r ofaw iat pntatp an thna a tictlly. ad pxteictllY cntuainted with hydraulic are n it empaoyedt eteaL d tl Itiri con.struntion. Lh sume result. cal proo'ably ltili waur, wll l attend then,t The bank al;ty frl'it its chlrtrtand tiv clti uma be deprivell Uf E of thijer greatrst hleaitng. Fril aIl| that Ihare bell ablet to learn. the water worksl hate ban "iall omnmneed. atn it would therefore bhe a let pity if wors which promised to b e of itnaUle I neint to outir city albtuln fail, tee that they hare ato fr sueeded, through the tibteap eily ofpernoa directlng their exteltiol. In tyo artitele. ytu nttttt, that they are now Haing a 10 incLhpipe inl Rlimprarttreet, and yatu els ate that thtao pipe are not euffinienty lurge to suply tne requlred quan tt of water. Uuder such nitmputation I should Ltiunk it boIUnel at rest publl upinion as to whether they are, or re toutafIt aient to npplytan adeqtate quattity of olaer lid unles a. satitfactory prooa iathown.tho public will be enduaed to thino that those in clage are uunable to answer, or in ahtler wor.. that the perton or pertone auperintelding tha extanion ofat the raters wor, haleer they may te, ae anuclqtiuilted with the sahjeat. Til dutiedalneaa petintende.nt oiatah work are. no doubt. many and eariouan and it i. not eave y eryetn ho is c, lPapahte Willing thee. They require a ptanon wha haue a hntledge of the tnw. which overen the motion of water fow Boi in riveraoataen caaat, pipes, se. One he haa received a Ihaa retical knowledge of these laws, and has had opportulilei* of putting them into praetie, and we must hbe all awne that in odditioll to these he muat tpoaest any other qualificatiIons to sait him fro uch capailcty. I. HIIER.O. V By supply" wee, ofeourae, inferred an adequate quan tity.--I.. G VERNOIR'S HORSE GUARDS. -1 HE Company will parade for drill, oni Tlhursday Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, P. M., precisely, und on Friday,tor Regimental Review, at 4 o'clock, P. M., on the vacant square in St. Charles street, opposite the StCharle. Theatre. By orderof Capt. Osborn CroNs. JOHN GIBSON, nov27 0. .. 7-1UMI. 1'1ce, &e---200 bIde , celnsistin of Ilaulp Sshire shletinog; 7-1 and 4-4 Lowellncotons; cot tonadee, .indsevs: Kerseys and Russia lheetilng, in store, and for sale by ( ISAAC IIRIDGE Sr CO, nov27 134 Mti.aainl at AlNTS-i4 cases Verdlgria land tile ltlack, i grounod in oil, superior nrticle, Ior sale ly ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nov27 124 Mlagzine at INDOW GILASS, LINSI':Ili UIL-O-u1 boa es of Wi dow (ilas, 1300 gallons Oil; Ill blar e rel of Varunhes; 65 dos of Paint Brushes, received d per ship St Louis and Burque Voucher, and for sale by d ROBT. CLANNiN, nov27 i2 Cmnp at 0 COMMERCIAL LIIIIR'lRY SOCI, 1mY. e fTHE Members of this latituatian will please take i noticea that te annual meeting l1 tie society will take place on Wednesda, December 5th, at 6 o'clock, P. M., when tLhe antial repuot ol the Board of Direction willbe reoad,and an election will take place for President, Vice Pleident, aend ten Directors, to serve for the ensuaning ear. JAS. EVANS, 1 now?7-3t Secretary (UNNY RAGS-40 ohales 2 bushel bags ia store, oto G DORSEY, mLOUR--500 bbln. Mill's brand, in store end m . tav77 4,1 New Ieve.

EU IEANS--It bibll. la store, \ir sale by 0E BORSEY, norv7 41 New Levee . ALT--S5o sacks fine Sal, n oow laudin in store for sale by S & JA P WIIITNEY, nov27 73 Ca__3 st cn IFMIPT"Y HHD:S-881 elmpty hinhds. and 49 ditto 1 Tieroes frnnn ship Franc .in,i , fior sale by STE''TSON & AVERY, nov27 88 Gravierst c 6OHIO bONEY for rsale Iv O ME ISTEIP'SON &. AVERY, nonv7 88 i;rvcier st aUGAnrt-And Monlnste on plaitation, above and below the city, for sale an ADAMlS & WlVIT'AI,t,, nneo7 7 (;ininre st I-IL, TUIIPE.i'N'tN,. &e- ,56 casks pare Speon Oil, i7 barrcels Itrevne''annner. (il, 10 casks Linseed Ol. lt barrels Linseed Oil, 26 barrels Slpirits ncrlentien,, 5011 kegs pre, and No. I,\ew 'terk and I'hvila. detllin Wh'bite Le.I, - 75 kelen reen Paint, in stire ei for sile lby JAItVLS &A½IHC IEL \S, \Vo ltlesale TI tmis ts i, nev7--tin ear(nt fo o, t.'n itte;,,. . tl EXHIIANGE RIE.I)ING. lOO'M. rllE Inroprietor lnas re-tltted his leluldig Ilnan.l, in a li Iti St. Chaurle Ecllilllc, (arllear it auvier nud St. (blrlen street, l tile eiatest Iannller. t Besides ill tile triiicillal i opera ofI ie initodI e l of eery city slid tate, tile Cmineldan,'tlexas nd x Inai co tln Ilavnanma, tle rann is regularly and tfXtPllive Iv supplied witlh the latest EIuropea n paiets, Lord's tial. ald Pticu'n Price Cuatlrct. Also nill, ileily all tiAt Literary Pernlicals of oie day, and I Is the r pllctlintimos f Ith Lone llm, Ediniutrg \\esliitatelllr Bletelrellilan Reviews and Ihlnckwnood l'lSagillne. iThe north Aln.ricaln IReview; Its Sluniherln Liter ory Knick blcker,Tihe Anlelicann Jonrotil aR Scienlcer atld Arts, Cabinet Miscellany Ilennocratie Review, (ielllnelle mlls a gazine, Ailerican miiantly, IlentilyR' SineelEiTy, the. Mexico Cjhirurgicai Review, and a variety of tllbcrt. All tlnese wiirkare regulnrlh o sbscrited In tanii reaei. red. The toaln is also aupltlieatll with a lalge viie fnla ned atlases, Nilesa Ilegistear, levv'a l rice Cl. itntlfran its erelnliencmntea, oGzatecerdalld a variety of works ofreference. Tie ntis tactivn & intellitent news eoilectors are em ploved, to give tile earliest arrivnls, tid n pains nor ax peiase will be Ispared to renider this Rleading Itoma the first the Uniled States. Subescriptions are re spctfiblly receive I. tl I--if JOHN V. CHRILDS, ENGRAVER AND) COPIPEII-PLATE PRINTER, No. 3, Camp Si. I TTLL engrve an tprinr u order, halk ntotea bills ILLf exchange, bills onf lading, diplollns, lrcnn tile and vils:iing cards. netnri ,l, c latn r.lne ld counating housie sala,i door plates, silver ware,. 5c. -alwayson hand,an assortnent of silver plated and lneasrsdoer p lanes. Ps Cards printed from Ilates already engraved. SANTEI) in a in r i this city, an na-iaenetn Sthoenl rounllv scqainie wilthn ipothe lhecary businels, wltio cand ispaok Firench id give good rielr nesca. Apply ta box dl3, iost Oltice. nov20 l RIT ING DnOt SKS.---Wiriig i aoses, Pnrthabla Shaving Cases, Ladies Work Boxes, with and withut music; Card nCases, Pocket Books, of pearl, ivo ry and shell,just recive at the naar, curtter ofrl St. nhlrles and Coloune street, Exelhange ILItel. nov 17 BUSl & AI.I.EN. TO RENT. A LARGE and colnmoodius lReo ovner l evy's Sauction store, 53 Maganzilm street. Apply to W V GIREENE, Lithopraplher, on the prenlises. N B--The above would innke a good drill roal. nov3 A Card. ORLE.4A.VS LITHOGRAPIHIIC ESTABLIBSII. MENT, 53 MAGAZINE STREET, OPPOSITE BAtNK'a ARCanE. W GlREENE retirins his sincere thiasnk to his Sfrrir de andi the pablie of New Orleas. for tile taitronne bestowel n l i ifiil tie lait titwo years, and alegs leave to aesore theli that all orders eolnillmiied to his hitrge shall lie punetllllly antended It; lie will an usual, keep the aoi open n in tting ile sati ter, antid shallie always ready to strike oil' ierrbnllt' cirll-. larn, blu.inesn and atddrenss cards, fluneilal oltices, unpi,, pllna lllad drawiltgs, oft evtery de"crilmilttll, at Ite shortest notiee, aalu ou ihe ilmlt reanlOltble i(eitrt. Being ansisted by artists suleritr tn any oilther estabiilsh. mneat in the city, tiSd fronn mll h elerienllce inl tihe litlloranphie line, lie leels cenfldent cIf giing aentire ruatitnfction. N 1; Apothecaries nsld drluggists' nlahels xecttedl in as good style as opnierpllate engrneing, simd at ine thlird of thea exipease. j 4 IlE Sutiseribts r heve itade errttngeitt eniit SMessrt. Waters & Hlillllnn, ofln Shlamin lBake. h ry feorn clnetlulttsapply of lhrir Brtt.,ad, fresh finle tIle Sbake house,a lot ol wllhic we Ihave reCreived mlid h it'r for sale. etnni-inig ofpiliti nay ait collie hiltose brnad; Soda Bieiiti t Sigir, ttIloer nlt Wtulr Cr.ilkernr ptal ti in hbarreli bnioxea. lrov7 J- TAl .I It. Ni I ICE PllE auhescrihers have nsassinlted tlenniltelven ihi h si ness glnder tlll lr fir if CIIRI'I'IIE ,. SIN. NO'n', and mlieitr a cntitllllance of tfill pnirttt.eze re teied bty their Johnt Chrisnte, wlde enolucting busillel" ill Ilin own nenll', its tt holesa le (t;rnct r i lid C'ualniiisitn Merchatll. JOlN CIII:1TIF" ov2--3w N. INN) TT, Jr. BAZAAR. Corer of L. Cnharles Cntamton sircet, EXCIIANiE titiTLI. I)USlt & ALL.AN wnullld reannecifmllly rall Ieh at K) ttniiitt ofcitizen.tta-ihtra trm eiitrhtircmlet e as anleettenitt (Gentltnea s lihiititiets, dt t.,mbrii. tari line t Irouits. fanl litmhle lien Irnte, linen ct-l laots bilk, ,attiaiititd nerinicti uinar niina, nln drawers: carlbrie and sin k iihinnkerchlie-: black alnd fllCVf caa vnte in greal warietlv: s. nttrik.rver,-y dese:riptini gEnll t tslic tani e tt cotton il"tiieittlerr silk cullOle stia thlread Sglives: gm-lt iol.kin 'itovei: ulthrclllt lnd cnosa goll is t,--Splendid asaurtlenl iof nltl s and genls wri ii lin, desks, dreetiti canes, tart fb!ioi. lerllaniery, ct 't Isry, soil rich ft.o -v aoo: . -' Mr. Pierre Gnlltil, culitiign. liner hlip Jtlltl It flollsnd, will plnrno nall at tim rbiceriter's ofice, Id end rec'eive his goda. LEVI I1 GALE, Qtj lERCHAANTS eagn owve a BEA.urtIvt. Ctacu Lt.t struck ofaf four hours NoCrtcE, byh allt1i a the Comptill LRonm of 'I RUE AlElRICAN 'ValarieO OFFitn, St. Charles Exchange, adjoining the tItun. tma Room at Corner of Gravier street, or at the Print ing Oflie, eurner of Paydras & St. Charle streets. LATHS. f ITIIRTY thousand I-1 inch landing fromr brig I L Lineal,, urd far anal by S& J I WHITNEY, nov26 7U Ceap at pOTATOES.--75 bhli Ptatoes landing from brig L Lancet, for sale by S d J P WHITNEY, nov26 73 Cama.pt CARDS (tC PRINTED at the shorseat Notice, in the most elegant manner, in Black or Colored INKs, on Ennamel led, White Flake, or Plain Surfaced CAnus, and at Prices erj reasonable at TIRUE AMERICAN OF FIUE, corner of Poydras and St. Charles sus. &eeoal New and Beautiful Founts of TYPE have just been added to the Establishment. Orders received at Comapting Room, St. Charles Exchanare, 3rd door from Gravier st.,or at the Printing Olfic , corner of Poydras & St. Charles streets. noel-tf SIM11E-500 casks Thomnoaston Iime,landing and fir . alo4 by & J P' W mI,'tNEY, nud4 7:1 Ca,,p rt S I'A'TE OF.t .UILSIANA, PARISH Court for the Parish and City of New Or leans, Present the Honorable Charles Maurian, Judge. No. l12i6ti,John M. Graham, in actual {cuto dv, vs. his Creditors; Upon reading anod liling thle pe rtion and Schedule, in thlis cane, It is ortldered h theil Court that n mneeting of the Creditors of the tI-olvent take plate, in opan Court, on lMonday the 17tb day of I)eeetober nlext, thetn and there to deliberate on tle oaf fairs nofeaid inolvent and in tile meantime all proceed. iIs againtins person and irnperty are stayed. It io futlher ordeered that Jas. It. Kenntdtv, Esq., bIe ap pointed to rerent tIe nabset ereditotis. Clork'a Office, New Orleans, Nov. 23,1838. A Mc GUYO., nov241 Clerk E 'AT DE LA LOUISIANE-Cour de Paroinse Iponu lan Paroisne et Ville da aIn Nlle-Orlenns--Pe sent Il'onorable Charles Maurian, juge--No 11,26i John II Graham, at.tellenlenlt detenu, ecutra sea cre anttiers:-Sur lecture et onrcgistreoment de Inpetition ettablenu en cette eatffire, it est ordunnequ'une asen: blee den-creanneien de I'inolvable air lieu ten plaint eonr lundi, Io 17 Dertttbre, 1838, a dix Ieures du ntltin ,,fit tde deliberero sr le naftaires de I'insolvable; en attendant toutes pourauites et sa personne sont arretees; et J IH Ketlllled ent numtne pour representer lea creanciera ab sen.: Parordtola onur, 25 nove 18.18 25nov A M GUYOI., Dep Gt.fier. LUCK-A complete assortmest itn store, for sale by SD.J P WIHI'tNEY, nov24 73 Camtp at SIIMS' NEW NOVEL. P ^ELAYO: A story tf the Gnth, by tle autlhor of 3 '1illihanttpe,' "The Yeonasnee, '(n) IRivers,' 'The Partisan,' bluriat Faber,' &c, in 2 Ero. just receiv ed anil fo sale by WM MeKEAN, novn'3 cor Camp & Conllunon st NEW MUSIC. G ANI) Triumtphal March of the Louisiana Le Magnolia, or Lolisiana WaltesR. A In Strauss, Jeger iAclttung, Ipas redouble, dledicated to the Ger I atnt Jwgtr Conmpany; I niA t l't other dayr; Variatioln on Balin' celebrated air frott Maid of Artois; Iost tlho love la y Mlinan to-day? a celelbrated song,dledicated to Mr. ierough, all tile above eotttlponu el byIt ii' MUanvervria of New Orleann; and contatnttly SOtIlhtlld a uoll assortmentt of new, nlalliottle aie d sual d- rd Music, Vocal and Instrumnental, English, French and German. For sale by n JOINor & CO, nov24 cor of St Charles ,0 ('ol111n inl .t NIEW PL ILI:A'T'ILNS. S SIIE Stracger in C int, by Downing; I The lritich Senate, 'in 2 volse Romance of Vieuna, by Mrs Irellope., 2 vols Pelayo; Ihn e last of the IGoth, in 2 vole; ae n Petesr Pilgrim, by Dr. Bird2 eelte; Piccioln, Irot thie French t f Slnintine; The Wife Iluter, or the Moriarty filaily; Land Sharks & Sea G(lls, by Captnin Glass cock, R N., in 2 vols, for sale by E JOIhNS & CO, nov24 cnr St Charles & Cor'llln st SAl.'T-500 sacks Liverpoolt Sal lt i tl loes to Slit purchasers;l apply to 1. H (1.\1I t niluv 9 (3ll lommo st llanlk Checks, Bills of dlading, Allution Bills, Pamphlets, Show bills, Cata logues, &c. &c. [EORI)DEilSftr the Aboee, awl every other des criptiotn f .fPitN tNlNIg tN m received at Comprting t IRooml f' 'iTRUE.' A.MERIC,\N," it SNT. C(:HAtLs Es- t CletAe,t, 3d door fro t Gravier street. r E.ehntxire antd e.r'ttifti PBoot n d ,.lOn FoU.rs from the best Foundries in the United Stnte-, hren just been added to the already well-staocked Establishmeun; --andrttlI trtEs trill her.eecuted as t.ov, as Cheaply, ' Expeditiously and IBautifully, ni at any other Office in the City, or at the Printing tulese, earner of Poy- n drea t.ad St. Charles streetc. " rtn e il--t ft tt cIti I nAV itiititrsYA.ttew etle it sur ilnrlc," n r tlhe b t RE;n th Bakers sTall rhl till ngII2 llinh welk (fr7lnl lllll ll tlh illn.) :1i ilc - tee Wf Id file it- bill. lend ftrie errankid lnuilny IS lqiiire.d r l t , wigh e5 per c ntt. imsr..te ·: 411 1Oilm .. EW iCltTOP .SIt llA711-75-1bd+ i lne Il' uale uto N i lahtatioe, above thile (:tty, by IREirAI) JL BIARSTOW, novl 7 launk Place i-lfACH \11-.T NIY-- A fe+ biffs ehl und -snpcrbtr i article, fair sale biy r READ & IBARS'TOW, k nese",dornstiittg frot thiprse Otulgee ettd Ar. E xIRR on osroe, le hlrt(ot hipNt ISAAC BRIEIDiE & CD, nov24 7 olllik lreie 1I C 'G, WIIN -i | N -I -ro' T r -Nxtatt e-a- d eigait, IN bbls., dry I nd swetb , for aln b REMl) 4. NARS'TLw, nov24• 7 Ba mpk Vlort B .READ &CIIAN O TOW, ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nov IH21 ngd Magazistne at The I.ptinleasts landing frd u froh ship New Hmfpshire, for sale by ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, nsr24 134 Mazzlr e ret EIXCHACGE ON BOSTON, at 5 to 60 days sight, f 11s , bit ot ofo ibkey ISAAC BRIDGE & CO, coW24 1:4 Magazine at AI.-LS.30kg kegs assorted sizes, Iest recoeieed aud for to ale by S LOCKE & Cmt) uovr4 8 Frout Levee I. hNSpIED OIL iu store and f er sale by G DORSEY, nov24 44 New Levee AY-.35'; balets now latdilg fro ship RNirgarao asd for' sale iby S & J P WHITNEY, nov. k73 Coamp st .JOILNS : I C'S NEV EDIT'ITO ltF THE CInVIL, CODE OP LOUISM.~ U.ai gHIS hltg expecled and Tluch wlnted work is now I receive d fed or sale at the store of the subltcri beres. 'irhle subscription list is closed fromt thii dvr. Sub scrlher tt tlis bhook arere respectfiully requerted to ctll for their copies, anti pae the aion tllt. Thle tirt request is made on account of the large trmtber of tullrcribers, which would make it impussi hle v to dlier ihetaoll for sole tIlle to colle; tile ae olrd atr he easily eoaeivedt: the enorm ouse r exles the ipubtlishers have utnder'ene in getting u tpthit book, irrthe spletndidtrorerit har.a bee. rxe uted will be slti"eiett ptllogy for lie .nte. 1 JOHNS S i(), novt4 cor St Charles & Common tlolrt S1' ONIIIN PICKLES, Saeues, &c. juet re'id 1J bv the subicriber,. I 2 b ,xas English Pickles, assorted, 1 o n i Sauces, do 10 " Extra qthlity Londont M1ntardl I 11 Aanticholvies in lasos jarse l0 " Anehvy lialtce, 3 Illi. Blactrking, liaty & Mrttlin, 5 boxessuler.r ()live.l ill glnas jura, 5 " Salad Oil. 5 " Assl,,rted Fruits. G W PRI'ICIIARII & JO TAGERIT Jr, ttov24 rne Poydrue &nMagrzine et L FtI'HORIN, 112.1 W & 'I'L NIAN I-tN Fl.t' J Tihe sublscriber lIs ittte reeived per slitl Erttl i trium, lare' c'.'i,intelt of tr e t mot nlinoratlee s-vlea oie fl.'hlorn, SI-ltr no"il'lrnsern Bltonetr; Ft'r.nI. Fiwter, Rlitttt Bt.,t'st.'&e. rwiriA witlli he ald at rnt iol alet at t ie loet NeSw Yorlk plritee. rLL CHlIT'I'T ET NDIiEN, +l1,, -It Ii t i.r . lil.li.., ottolt. t s rtl' '.n. s Crg, 'ittiPI t'i S 'NIeti,' h\VOIeIiS. ' IVII Il'KlEiN, ct3l cor Cnallp & olntnllm st Mondelli-& Reynolds,- •R Rill CIEIT.I'S AINI) BUILDIEIES, i stE retroted thttir t.i:e ito ithe %lt RCIA5N T I"cHA,:tI:, 21id Stitll,,N o2. Et. Utlllttell'trnt iExciailgt Ptac ,ttear the l'ot Olice. I';N IJtitLL- .S RIEW \i1(D k UN awt:l oI tteIC t lOlttiltg of the 3tith IItotier, the lalve lI'I.\AII INE, It giffi , ottg'rl niti tlhirilvr t.elr5 .*ll.,uks Freniich li ImigjEnlih; is well kuuwlh, so'd will tryo top.ts iltlf as Ifre. The aboue rward wal l lIe tair Iftr ter dJ.lintry to llte sttbscriree. DOYL'L& IMAY, 3 Ctrolldelet ot Catlnalns of re serlt, tteatl batt l and tltlers, are Caltr ~trneto aiolll ltakinr anway oIr itnrburig Ille above na. , tld Slave, uunder thbe penally o l the la.t, fruit\ ship Parthenon, foi lemh 1b. - ISAAC lllllt;[E & Co, aovl7 134 ttnn -it',' 1 D'-AD150"0- kegs f'ols I.l Ia;Lald ....., , at.d I LA f'rsuieby STl'T' 0 & AVERY, lv2:t :. l0eer~-ir et Mý Sr. 1Ill.L.ANlll willaper ['111.1J I:VE'riI.YI, NYOV. t7, Wllll be perfr,,ed #re P'l.y of ES M RALDA. Claude l ttlleM. ereu Pierre Gre;~ire, S. Co-.vell QelrrusiI(.alr, l lriron An Overturelby Orchetra, Grand Pas beul, ly Mlae. Rorole,. T conlude with Ibe laorbelble IPCareof COMFOR'PABLE SERVICE. Simon, Mir. llOllaod, Other ehaorrerer by Mesmo. Firrrn, Williams. Ilerdorer Forren & I'inoer. A IIARGIlN FI FREDrronIcorin y the Strat-1580 acrrrof RlRe River Innis o cheoice qlily and elloc-n'ry, rif led it i-re ile. frost tihe roro o1 (eltd Rleer, and pr treing a bo arnd a hrlfprrr rer ce. T'el lanib olje are leldot $l811, rrrl refuired rl$5l rurrrip,. Terri, a ofractiuon aue ihe governmnt rrntrier, if ell are taken, or $l:,0111 will releave eor and secure an oreual sare in the lrrl"ir.ior. Adder Si. W. 1., nid leare o rthis ,,fice,rbetwieen thiri rod Saturday, le! o'clock. uorr_ _ C.ITY iHO',,L, dot Corener of Ceaoton and (Campstrleet 1 R, & MRS. GEG. SIIAL. have tIn pleanreu I l ftinfor,, ino tlir friendsad the piblit , thlt the Ilouse Ro ietrnthlV known ao Bishtp's Inotel, will be ruoenedl on Wediesrdo, the 14th ilst. itr the ricer tion of company, T'he ' have had the Ilouse thoroug i lyrepaired atnldnmvlv furnished throughout, and beg leave to assure the traveller and citizen, that whatever A reputation the loarse may arnte acquired in past years, no exertions on their purt shall bre wanting to maintain A Collation will be spread at 1l o'clock on ithe morn ing of the 14thinat., toewhich tle pullic is respectfully sal invited. Invl3 L ANCAIIIRE .tOTAT'OES-- .0 hamtpera Lan I cahire Potaes r. for rale Ity S & Il' WIIITNEY, nowli n Conti st LOUIIIANA PURNITURE WAREROOIMS No. 53, BienvIlle street. 7 71ILIJAM R. CARNES, woald respectfully in fiu rhlas frienda and the public that he is colt nsantly receiving from Note York and Boston a goaal assortment of Furniture, such as mlahogan y elhirs, sofals, l ed-taadl malle and painted clhairs, Imlec atid cherry bredsteadti, mahngay still clterr tables of all description-, bureaus, toilets, secnetarye, writi dulsk, wanlrdrotea of mnahognly lid cherry, wnest i andtla, looking glses, featlhers, tleddiog, &t. &At. NB. Furniture packed for transportation with great care. nncl Box CHAIRSl--[ll1 dozena Bo Chairs, jni t re coirled, and saitable for alipping Ifor sale at the Louisiana Furniture Ware Rooms. n nvl3 \VM 1 CARINES. ,1 INES & Cf IRDIALS--Per Julia, from Ureiten, and late arrivals, Rhtenish Wines. Nieretsteineir, Mlarobruanner, (iraefeager, lnlehlei aer, Thannisberrger, telnileger, Our Lady, Milk, Strie 8 Leiaten, Sparkling Huck, and ClRottisn Witne Gilaanes. er Champagne. on Red and White, celebrated bralld. Burgundy. Sparkling, Rtm . nsa, Ckhobetttin, Clot de Vogeont, and Nuris. Burdeat c. Chateau Lailte, and Cltitranu Manrgatix, I.t'oville, Iarose, fine St. Julien and St. Emili Palmener Mart ~aln, in cases of3 doz. Good EstolLhe nd St Julion Table Claret. C lVhitr I(ftnae. Hermitage, Sauterne, IBaroac and Gravets. Dessert Wlires. Genuine Lunel and Frontignal Muscat. Madeira, old and;] pure us imlpogled in muaea:s. lraalny.olrl (hautlpagnr, in Larrels of 30 galls,2 doz. and in I-4 pipe-. Genuine Marachilo slind di Zara, dh Alartinilue and Ilariocrtnax l'oadial, Wiim and lited Iordetux Anisettet in cases, AOld otltata lio (jrircllwo,l r, Absnllhe andl Kirschwasacr, Bordeaux Iroady Fruits, White BIrdeauxt Wine Vinegar, For rle by I' J, IINS & CO, nov2: car of St Chao ler. & (Ctof oni s COMP1it'oLLE::R'SOFFIO:h illlICl PAILITY, New trltanne , Nov. 02, 1833. I)UHIIC notice is hervhy givenll; thail on alurda.y Ile first day of I)i:elneber neIxt. at twelve o' loIck, I will adj dicatc, at this ollice, to thoe highest ll.ller, thecollection of the revenue of 1'r. tlmr¥ 31.tl.or fi ier kPveln, viz: f lat the first Jhn. c , ",' lit, to the 31snt eeontber, al.It, tiilsiv". 7Tertea lnl t.tc. d-tioh s of the adjudication. ''tni jtrer or Ih-It shall, within livet .uvys lter the tc adllllueIllr lln lli- h li tlOllln llos-or. nott. ellndllloted to tIe,+ *illi+,+ so tisl le olf the 12 :,ot t l ti ham the first (Invy of JIatn arv, I7.7', ,~lt should he l,il to d,:. a n":w .ij,,hc.e i. ill lho. t k.n k' f o lr ihe ue., m a Il at (it,- rink of ,~o.l it rm ,,, .r hles..I, tlli shall also al1.e't oa n mc orlg i , ill tl , r 1f this 1I1- - cll"il tlityl atill th, , riPhtl s on, tc(.lrllc d 1' iII'i I, IItl" edll. tlll in defC lt, l the llt lllll f ;l. of-1 h al.,te sid No th2 NllbetO i t .tILIE. t2 Novli 138, h ave tIhe powr of nseizinuq Ir iIlnailly ti alwal'nid ric iP, o llUI'ted .m i Imortg ,Itd as I i ll e . l ,1hall oll0 co. do c, n. Ill t Mh A I C .ls now in Ir I. n i d lln, l ihers alt e p li r, Ln 1t.a taroet dor.ail, d 3,11, 1ttn \ jOora phtb llltdi~iili Oi\' ifUREnAU DU CO\IPTIyloL IUR-M1 i3, , ., h 7 No 2: Nile Orl do, ns, t 23l Nov. 183,8. n AVI U IC et p lqolle Lt oil, ii ter panodidu, uo ititlldi, ter dle ldci enelre prolhait , 1t lmut, j'ad-r tjugerai 9 cu bireau, au plus tart ench6 'isacur, la r collecto d revenyp u llqor MAR d II Stu.AR I:,i pour un an, savuir du ter Jnvior 1839 au 31 D6. ceanhre ioclusivyntent, CondItions de l'adjudicati o . Lo til rmier on to. near da d il billvra, sm joura apr6 l.dj Iadjdication, folilnir seas bdllets pruomlU prea, indsodet t la sia tisfketion du sons Ii, payablcs i 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1i0,1aitini alfeaos du ypor du Jakvier, 1i39, na dfaut dIe laquelle tormanlit6, i sera proedt d io uno nouvello enh a re, pn ur ito conpte ct aux rt aques dudit fermier o tener do biil. 11 deva aUarsi r icetor et hypot1equr en CALvour de lotte munici. r paitd tons le druits sur le quoat ledit revenu eat aiPtfet6, do maniere qu'auddfutode porentuet d'au.I en des de~dits billets, it cur dah6ned, la muniel. pail' d it le dr it de i aieir provtoiiremeiL ltdh it droits, ainsi at pretis et hypothquds aommr cau. tion. II se coul'r lerl a aussi aux urdoinnances s. t tuell hement onde force, on qui ie cront dai s kl suit r i t l'6gard dudit m iarhd. 21nov JOHN CALHOUN, cnmp roller COM iR OLl.tl'S O "IC, ela Serconhd .4tuni ipoal their ui New ORLEANs. Nov. 22,, 1838 p UBLIC Notice a reidhy given a, hat o n inatrda-, ee the taist day of iDcmher next, at twelve o'clock, I will adjudieat at this ollice, to I e highest bidder, the colleltion ofthid reveue ofthe Povdrus lreel Mar ket. for Cote.5 yearlviz: front the flirf~ Callal y 189 o S No ,-t December 139r inclusive. 1838. am'Termsdi and conditions of thp adjudica tin.-The fr mer or lessee shall, within filve da after the adjudic.a ioll furnish his promissory otes ,eRudorsed to the nli ), 1 POYDRAS, p1 ntahs an, o irt: do lt 'Jnntiar 1839, and shoil d h failq j. d sr , ipa l adjodication, ro- mer or lesee, ille shall apr o eni irt and mortgge n n. vor of this municipality all the right on which the col lection of said revenue is fotmed, so that in delault of the 11 n ament ,e any of therale.o id notes orl their alico gaged aso d a ledge. h shallo confo.rm to all the ordinances now ian three or h h may be hereafter ans Scn in relation to u aid m rerket. k JOHN CALHOUN, atnov 3-df&lel d Campt roller BUREAU DU COMP I'ROLEUR-Municipahtd Is No 2,- Nile.Orldans, 22 Nov 1838. i AVIS PUBLIC eat par le prisei t donud qua nsmedi, ler do d6eembro prorehain, r midi, j'udjul collete du rvenu d MARCt ypHE DE LA RUE POYDRAS, pour un an, eavoir: du lerJanvier 1839 au 31 Ddemobre, 1839, inclusivement. Cond;tio sde l'adjudicati n-Le f rmier odon t. neo r du bail, devra, cin igoura aprs I'adjudieantion, fournir ses billota promissoires, endods a la san6 . tisfation du oneil, payables 1, plollr, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 et 12 mois, du ler de Dicembre alu ter t de Janvr, 1839: al ddiaut do laqn. lle formalit6, it sera proc6,lurd ano nouvelle rcche , pour le o. ontpto et aux r lquas dudit fermier on teneur do e bail. Ii devra aussi aftctir at itypotl.6luer en fa, It our do eettle u unicipalid tIa s lea droits our lee. t- quels itl clentt dudit reveg u et t affortnd,ido ma. n ltro qu'au dertht do e iarlra.ent d'atI l detditi billets, it iculr i .lh,1 ln, la Vnuaicipalild l t le poa. voir d1 nettr atlaceneit provisoire sir cit, drnlts, ainsi olfeeds et bypothdquds comne cau o atullet vigur ou q sornt par la, suit mires an force, a 1'.ard l thzt otaseh6. L IN GALE; nT)3 olog Acer' c lo, n Iti igr a L' I'R lThid night of ttaeppa. V os" Will be performed the. , ly 1of MAZ EPPA. Aber ilhannt I' rodertcks, lin , lMr.l (iteane. Grand IPn Stul, by Mlhs \Vraty. Previous to lit" play, the l'torite Force of the LOTTEIIY TICKET. Dress & Masquerade Ball, WVASHINGTON BALL ROOM St, Philipstreet, between Royal & Ilorbton. THI I e nllager of (ie slotve ntlloted lall Rotm,ln rae li to his frielod aod the lubit fille Ile nlurol elled ill ltto.. bestowled on t illl tRlarseral seans ' inlpetfcully it#rllr to mlls tht the etito bli.lunenl has boen elllloet for the f llfrt ttoo l of ititnlO. 111a 1 titl dergone illileaie Aepire. 'lTh Int will bee srpased by ntali iUll tlityoulilno, ,and Itha Itetoetltt uill llo kept by ith tlet l tItettileturetor tll the Ulitlel latteo . Te roolllrwll re-oli l otn et llltaoty alll0g, ~rti of NovPntolr nell, blI at G' (iRAND I)RESS & IMA.(2UERAIIS BALIL, tttnd will take placettas t tal evcty MoIUlay, Weltnes i day antd Satlnrda ovening, Ilrilg thte totaon, which will and tit tihe lot tif ll lg, 10I . N. II. 'The tlrettttt tttiOlwll tlIbe paid to keop - l f p orfect oruder tihrogltu At' tie e taloili nlint t, 0 s wa dotre lust eeason. nýi-3 i·fi'ii I I:V l--i1l s.i.a,,ilanl,lc _(lolilig-,- lnni '.J i.g and fur slts by II ISAAC IllIDGE & Co, nov23 131 Matgazine at i - A _TE -BI-.Al''L'K-'-I---tt1 groo olading fTr ol ship i o Fotrum, for soa by ISAAC BRIIn)E S& CO, Snov23 134 MaIltazin t r, Coti o-- Itl-.ie, 'inig ienllell prime kit broganso y V heavy kip boots, landing nd fortr big Tale l ISAAC 1l1l auGE & CO. nov23 131 Magazino at Ir PERD CA NUI.ES--':251,xod Noa Illdfordl.perln Cat dles landing, fito r stale Ibv ISAAC BRIJGfE CO, no nov23 o 1 St nls&Cotnzine at DON Guijnte ie la (Mnncha, n. I.lorente hiotoria dela In ll. iclll on, u I- Bil Bvlr-El Bnehiller ie Sulalluncn, l' Poesian de G uevedo, do Olhras jocunuo, id Pab~lo y Virhilna--ellesarhl. all 'J'elelnllo---Car la r l M rrucc0s, Grialnlnerel and Dictinluries, Slpnish, French, MINN. English ind Germtun. For halo bIy tK J(1tNS & CO, :al nov23 cor St Charles&Cmonllnln I VINEG(AR. ~ TEN bbls vinegar oil board ship Ocmulgae, and lbr J I) EIN & A COIIFN, nov 2 90 ('lnon at, JOHN STEWART, No. 5, Plall Street, AXw York, COMMISSION MERCIIANT, IMPORTER and dealer in Ilatters Plushets uni trimmings. Ample storage may lie had on lld erat e terms, alnd evry attention paid to goods forward ed to his care. References: Messrs. Larne & Provost, N O. tGosaip " Co. nnvc2 1031) ly COAl.. A NTHRACITE and Orrlt Coal in casks hhdn and . il lot toll suit pullrchasr.. Orders lelt at ,he col yl ar in Canl altreel, betwelen Carondelct attd alollllt, or it thlte oo llol: house of IIO;.lIES & ,11.1 S, olaeAk I' a flt'o,,. a ANr.NT IIt It IA o .... O NE hundred andl twetlve hogshelas nlsuperior An tlracite Coaln, olnding thn aship New Hlumtp. shire lin Plhiladelphia lir ule bv nar2-' 9l Innk l'hoae. Form, froml llH,,snton, tar soale lwth if riaken Iro the Levee, bIy tnov21 2 & 1 Niew L.eree YE.lA'Tl' PIW'l itES--.t h rge supply of thLe labove Poowdcn lur alot loan .Powurs or l by ICKLES & C, nov22.' IP 'enl -t (' IO LO IiN -W A'TI I T h.I ' ls,b ,, r have r ,e i l) vedby the t hiltls Iochester ool ito ptbheaTo , romn HIavre, a larne sapply of C ldnle hn'ate', I'fout Brrlsh ofr iour sale , r'astnbl j I.lC K lE a a,-, .ilit tt "141. F' r, I ,,- 1 \ tn It 1r -,:,l I a A O h. lo- r Ni i p L De.llhllll I, dam I mp Jlll0lli, (i2,1, 11., I lh . alrer & le l llljll'ni en,, \ i. c,. by1 dn, Itl· i I 'l1u. h? I,, a 'h ir ., • R ty-t tt)--.t 11 fillat a I"h , naler ,0 h )t , h . Ii. a r il, len llt.. ajhur T1 J to lls I I s t' I B l lFvl in", hv imll. Leviltlhl, ldamll l.Ink Saphia. (Iiro. lamdat' dIen,) bv T'rI' , thlu l. (:li,-r Siehl.lt,'lllll t no , v t_ 'Wilhii;t llertnd lty nVedpllkral bi Whip \ilU . et'eattnd Rer, saneetody, ,1 Swee pstaniedll 1"1t e rie ol reol I, tillltsa , leilt hI!at, t ,)t e-llni a s i lll . . - Irn S.ith Aith, 'T Smith. T'het t. Wl'.,It II t Rte0a nsma. tt'thid )tay--ITwo ,ile heats, .1 t tIr''e, t5ao ti ao nlt, , IatY, Two mile brnito, J 1 PIurnse, 7.35 Fonlrlh tavy-Tlhree mile hiats. J C lPurse, 1ott11 t Fithr, asn-Forniile heats+ J C' PtIurr, e 1ntal Hbxth I uy--ile heat', t st l1 in :), J C Purse ,?711 bevnteh Iny-Three mile heats, 'olprietnr's S pure, 101)11I JAS S 1A1ItlI')ON, RitCllAlt.l ADAMS, TI111 J WEItI.S. noan6---lro NEW ORLEO,'AN J )CKiEY CLUlB B CAEs. ay. i y, the Ir h of l)eceml er, le d contiiue IIIL d.a s. r FIRST DAY. , Jockey Club Purse, $1,5011, 3 mile heals; se-end y lsat horse to receive $31.0, provided more thIlla two j ltrt; il but two, the wi'ler to receive $1,~200. rk IECOND DIAY. - I'rtprtelor's Purse, $l.n)0, two m :ile bentl secon , o- hest horse to receive $4011, proded nollre lhall two to start, If but two teo l awir to receive $1,000. T- IlE.D DAY. ig The New Orleans Ilate--t splendid Tea IService of t- Silver, value 1,01hi. 2 mile hents. In tlis race fons t ear of ldsad at derl l l arvinglhir appropriate weights; - 5 year olds and over t l J) l P'l,,ls. FORIIITH DAY. Jockay Club Putoe, $: 500, 4 1 ile heats; econd best horse to receive $3,00. provided iomre than two tnart; if but two, the winner to receive $t,0n. 0. 16FIFTH DAY. Propriclor's Purse, $116,00 lllle heats, best three it to five. A. SIX''TH DAY. In Proprietor's Purse. ,000, threN mile heants. Enov 19 \f O1I.VII. )r LUMBER--A II Petltal.,. l,o011 tt cltarneaslta; S ei lldll. 11t11 hIls Poltltates, landing frolt. t ship Lugrange, and lfor sale by LEVI II (ALI,, _ nor 19 93 Commonn at O'fice A'ew Orleaus an l .tasheiNe R1/. ld. Co., uve7llder 11th, 193t:L . 'r 1RIAFTS on New Yolk ial eight Ifr sale, in sullla le JA3t1K I CALOW)\ EI. io to-m pn aett tl folut Ihe city, Clharhes Illr·I·os, I.:q wi clet ns .. niiL.4 PrI IL I.EYJUN. n- od4 110211-tf n ItUL.ES OF U S C;L ,UIl. 1fiLiE Klules of the Chilin adl DI .ir Court of thle l U S r tills ialicl, ir S lllu t tile utilie of or. the . li) .httz l of w Olilj . Coot. Ap ly It, n1i 110, 19 J P \AI.DEN. Mr. (GEOIRGE MbRRlICK halving resigllned the ofll . flee of chief Engineer of the Niew Orleans anlld Calrroll to IRail Road, Mr. John //mpyson beln beenll .lppoinl ed in Ihis place, to whl an all pelsols having btsiness wih", or wishing inlrination regarding ,,aid Itii Road will pll.ly at the toailRu Ih d elili.c, p y ,ita. lltreet, lly order of the llU.,nrl. f (Signud) JOHIIN NICIIOLSO)N, n,.7--f _ _ Casllier. of - .MIBER & FISII-iat I l l rot Iume", boarnd shnip a l app-1to te aUrleauno Weu. Ap LEVI I1 GALE, t ---------------- laln at ~ ICI,. :-1 ,iMrcas new pr.lne Iir'e, for sale by