Newspaper of True American, 12 Ekim 1839, Page 2

12 Ekim 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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" New-O bir . £thambr. of Catnmeree. vrric ar FOR TY0 YEAR 1839. Preuident, S. 3. Peters. Fir* t Vice President, W. L. Hodge, Esq. Segond . dn. " Jno. A. Me, ll , UT I. Committee of Apperls for 0831. James r)ick, JIames I. Ltevrich, " H. C, ('ratok, A3.ijah Fisi, P. O. ttarbe, 11 l tl'hrnmpaa Mail lltognlnt!.nn. The Greet Eastera Mail is cioyed eve.y day at 10 *'clock A. M. Is due everyday at 1 P. At. The Lake Zail (via Cttinotoa, La.) i-closedrevery Monlay, Wa ndnelav tad Pridty, at 6 o'clork, A. 11. I due every locaday, 'Tahursday, and Saturdav, at 5 P.9.M 1" Te LUUIrLCe or River Mail it closrdt eery Moo day, Wed day, an~n d Sntnltlay at 3 P \I, itsent an returne by steamboats. Arrives irregolorly three T e Bayed Sara or Coast Mail it closed evert Tuaeday andFrida, 1at8 P itt. a tRent att .returaed by etasahaoata. The jliezttrio at Red River .Wtgil is toot irregu iuly bytrteathoat.li rte a weetk LodiaaVILLa aR RIVER MArIL.. Mondao,. WedWesdaoy and Close aIlt o'clooLcP. 31. Willttrdsy, CarAT Mart.. * tovatly and Closes 8 .clock * 9aturtala. . T CARROLC'lTTON . HOTEL. AUD has the honor or inlfrming his ien r the public in geo el, that he ItAu leken the HIed ait Carrolhto% whlcre ho trusts hz wFill eeelve .ths crlle o hit old fs- nds.and oll lovrs of cud ehre. li'ite Plrtilee will -be lnndesecely provlided for by * vig . lit.le notlce beLforehaen. He i. willig to enter Ito airngcmenste with fn(luies cr individuals desiecu !fptsoing the sumnter e t.scricelhin. diO NOTICE. ..4in egcreeteentto comneiee lt 'Augunt 18390. NlEw ORLEANS & CAIRROI.LTON RAIL ROAD 0Mlln3 ARAuti.unM~tX' tot TRe WrEK DAYS. S Prom Carellton. uFtonl, New Oleaea.. IIIliUra at4O'cloek .A. M. Hoem Cart 5 o'clock, A. M lacy sea 1 "]l ocomoNive 7 " c It W - A - 11 ) " . " ti " III l 1 *atit to'chek, P. M. *ctarn'0cric a hceuceaer esn be chained hiy teylcic).5l allr t0 -be'-bli ; ifeslled fie after IS o'clock, P.M. i0 dol ir ill rhe ehareged. Pecml-ieulgi by the Pitene Ccr mart provide theulltyeUe uithTickeot, a the cOedeulcr eas Imetive die tions nt to eivne muoleyo in) ien rn e f. For the nceomndalii e of iperorm viitingc Cerrolltol. il the 5o'elck ,ar. an. who In, , lcn wish hlc I..mnlli theroe ei I l o'clck the ci r thalt II heretofore left itlrrolltulltt 6 1 eiek.leikwicireclnuil Ult o'cloelk tieb yc- all.eiil.lh thec W 5lae hoUeraeltny the itl Pi allks III Iu,,, uc Lihec lu,. btceaCil G rdend i tac United Stte,#. THIE JACKSON AND.-.ACOItSE S'EI'RE'CAIALL Leave tle head of Jackelo street tll a 'el'c k, A. Al.; Celll Iurret at 6I &.'cdlc:k. Il rce hollrly. AI i'cloek tlley will comeence to eave itech n)ed avery bllt .,ur, clltll )I o'ecoek, P. M'excepiiue that ilre c di of ec;lvl, (:ee strett siej u' elek. thiecclriwill eavenhe-e Itce,'cichk I'. 1. I t ip arluceu'e rly re u.itedI Or. giedllt',el' ll will not pUt thir Feel eyel ilhe Ctsliioe, cr cmeke ill Ithe .ars, wheu [..die, ar precnt..t OAce .ew Orleals nell Crrullelct Rail ]ote al Compeeny; JOtIIN lIAt8I'rSlN, july S6ith i.o. ilticf IE"g. N.O o C i NEW OILE iNS (CANAl. AND BAlNKINGi CO. Plt11E Irme tieinhbmet te)tent n will leaven IhelB iicl eat ie htead.l1f'h; New Cnccc, every elc (excepti Motndayy) fie the Lnke+ue ....ow: i)epart at S A. t.) Ill;c, it ci 1) . 11. " P..11. j" 4 I'.A 251P.3. 9 " P.M. 4j on MOYfNDAYS: lUepst at 10 A. M. I ReIturn t 124 P.M. . p.31.1 -t- P . 1. 4 P.31. 9 P.31. mayr 28 . . CIIE\VW., (Cash. Newc Arraniemenl. NASHU ILIK: -RAIL ROAD. The Loeolnotive will run to fhe. Great Prairie; cu mencing en the :15th ic.i. ne finlowc: Departure, IReturn. 8 A. 11. lin A.M. SUeDAY. to L.i, Blaihe'e neouPce. 12 AM 2 PM toleLa Branches 4 P 31 6 ' 13 JAMES It. C-ALI)\EIIi, ugust n thIt,1839 ('resi thll llll Oct .... . ....I '- ,,rI l ,qp"1 S p-. .....28 Now York, Sept .......... 611'a,,,.1.11 da.......... 27 PhIld.tl illpl a Jo............ . na i I .r i le, do ..........26 Il tld .,"re in.. .. ........28 I t, I.o.uls . u ..........O 4 Ba nn.t h, do ........ ... l3u lverp1ll July ........5 Houaton (Il' .x ) Oct . .. 4 Pat ,I, ......... :1 BoDIIR I, S peD ....do .... 25 1.. al,,, 1h , do ... .......II .alhvile, Selt ..... .. . 3 . I re Ju l..... ...... Fii'r OF NElY 0111 INS. CLEAIoANCI:SE. Oct Itll,, I630. ehs'p Vestarol , Wlndsoro Mavrr. L II Gal, ,iler tounlumeer, ,stfi, '3'2xas., .12 ARRIVALS. Oct. Itoh 1839. To bo tTier. Croell. frm tilhe N F. pltas. htvi.o pro *wdad t ttile bt r liglt, returned t. the ctyity tsip D'UIIIOI I.fth the .31 n.the t tht int . at I ' M. Rflmrt. nojhllb g noe rine Li', left Tow ubotTeuness.nn. Paulding. fromt the English Turn with hip Henry. Nov.at-IIhorenow Ship L-Uliotl, (Fo) D.omndes. frum Bl.tldeux I41 day...to J Ltlltlltd .hip Hlenry,Peatce, fmt I.ivorpolt 18th Aug...to I6 . IV ,Anellon Hehr Rotirio Taylor. fm St. Markl,, to Mar28, Steamer8rallow, Anlthul. fm Mouth of O11.o Ftll.mr A ortelr, Doiley, fm St I.oui Btelmer Norlnl, Gamier. fe St louis Octttr I Ith, 1839. Ilteam peket Columbia. WVitdle, 6fin Gtveton 8th lst., toBlanth 4 Vd2rhl6.. Bl, amer Hiton Route. 9elleck, tll Bayou Sara *lBltmrodol tph. N ilhon fm Vihk.htrt 8Iaamer (omlllere0, Blriekell, flUit Louil llBemer Emperor, tttit toot, fnl St t.outil * EXPORTS. HAVRE..,Pr.hlp V10puian..C.tirgo, 1046 ht'es.otton TEXAS..Per iteumer aluutainoe,. t|1 ballast. I.MIPORTS. GALVESTON. .P1er te1mer C.uluntia..lut Ialla.t RECEIPTSJOF PRODIUtCF. BIyou 2 ra --Per sleallmr aton Rougu..Cargo 1t9 hales of motion Adaml & Whitall, 119' T,'vLor " Gardner. I la G M Lea 87 Lomheth & Thoinpson, 68 A Iedoux 2 vo, 55 , G Grnel, - .hfbt. 4lltrk. WVttn & ro, 460Co.nr 6 Gr8idley, 3:t9 J Armor 4015k7y & o.37 .1 White & co. 30 Fiulty l cl. 27.CtlIl ell * Hickey, U1 t Floswer, I1 0.,ilh V,.62rtet, 13 Rlynoldy Iyrllt& co. 14 H It FShrtlttn t2 0V 1. Eit8.1, Il'altcolt. Jo26 & ea. IoE Toledao, 7 IU Lot.rteot, 6 J umt..t 72l1lJltgs 1 o2 3J Mterre.t . Vikl.hlg..Per lttt.mer Rod6Iph..Carto 0 Oholrs ottot A Ftlttn & 2o,.6 KIeyslt ub2erts.l( t .tmbh 4 '6iPhllal1,l, 11 A H Wltle 2& cp,A49 urkl,', Wal. t 6 1,, 2ti N r J Dick. 65 ueknerll ta.utuu 4l co, t 5terrfield, I.'t ,e,,. . r, 1 Good it,Sptblttlt Or Nye, to0 Baylty, BLek 6 -0, 11i bl 2pple. owner on board."1 bales Coltelr I'eyruux . Anl'lllsl. 1 Loui--Per ite.tr Culntteret..C8rto I3i haltes8 cotton R A Ilnrdy.18 M 'lteasntt,39 (t. t tt72r &2 Gtidley, 75 Lock bhrt Fatll.&t Donnegan, 31 Burke, 2 Watt t co, t 4 Io7.st&. Ash.r, 18ttrander, MKenltll.a & Wrilht, 6 Price. Juiittllt & to.I16 LawrenoA Chatlers. 3 P'restott. Jlles & co, 6 11 Wthlt, ,S N , J Dick, 8 HttsO .2 Avery, 41' bi". 6plue 3 U Llvilllalluvres, t 65lf6 oIt1,4 b.121 2ottot2 todwiu, 6tllttl 5001Wok. on. I0 hoiles cotlol Yeuotah & co' St I.ouil..P2r s12ame2r 2plnll2ur...arg.- 109 b.le0 coltonit lnul.rt.lcKetnnt Wlgrill t, 16V I Bal, 107 Burk,. Wtatt At eo M D Cooper, `!'.'oer Ir A Grdley 4 N & J l)ick, 58 Taykl" & Garduer.,li R3:2ker, Iladlv & D.avis, 5 Keyt. & Robert..l0f o.y8n, Htrrit 1 -o. 33t Lalt,oetl 6 ¢ 'lTompson12 7 ONM Leet I.ttokhant Fern t Doualh,. tIll MlerrPlt, Jn-i uitlg" &ll.e.251tkey & co&t; Jo,'rc.nt, J22.2 v2, u.2 I'RyP-.t huld.t B) ,I4 " O" c4. I2AtiL I l,*l..ch 4 o, 2:f4P6n1 I Pt n. 0 se -ackaor ll, 33 aal alelne Roosa t Asher 8lttisat.,k curn Ue.fiurdo0 I.urgoLlry. 1012 hits 7lr, 1hl.d qta+.a.U I bbJ *lN2il A I.frmi, I dorte 1t 111. 4.u 2 CON. (;I(;.J.l;8 " .Noa4rrittlh2.ftao Sea.tee .ea.rtly UU ve;tn ..g 5 1 I'AZESLNGlErj Per tuomer ('o'abilnl, A ntoy. Ct-.. Fa . f iln, E J llat. Jt'onger, I thlw. Jl Sprlaegr.d t~orrl.o1d Ilthelllw.. IlrllC Colg.-.hlo Vhle. Wh, .lllttler.t G Alsop, Dicklt o I d, lllllIlnpl. tlud C.8)3tIt. Per Itmer Kohdtph--' 3I Ierr8al.t J 7..o71n2, .2 it,. !lt rl2 WOI-hlIglOl, tSaichezttt udy, 4d d 0erralt, Fru... Pl t o1ll., J Ialrtud. 1 MIEMtORANDA (1tulldlhi2poke hrit Gold ll0 p1 , .u0 ,ol2l'2Ifron tile Illt:2, i 13 dny.6 o. ll11 .t|l.a,t fur Ils port 8elSr M hthrlllort,, l'l.g ltulol f,,;t,-tal, l w-s 1 n t2ilhe louthtlGhoul, tly. UL6el2ptlg It rUln I0 a2tlutta l'liot Th.httltll.lt. nu., 16roli, Mlor2, S2al22to.,l ftrol N. yrk. bed.hip Dlll..lllI Prow I31t,1 I. Alto. , hg,.. l ln. unkhawi, were t Lh0 tIh t, 1 uulld inl when ithl Ctlllllun1 p2it.td M - MzOY I.I.RKElT, 72.--lT'.e2 y. Oct. I. T he a.uf ulotoek.lltle Illld-tl ll"onluh w nuere2 viy *l51Si2e, but t 1t.dvtl* altt y1r..o1 .2 . raltes wla ,illllled n s1221 dtllllltitlll .o ld I'I. .20pr11,l2"t2l2t us .2 l'ullw.2 : Ntrt.h AmtrictnuTru2 l2 ld 2t tdllklgll ( oI . 2tt.l I821.t; iel. 1t21. t120tn23 pah 2l, .4", tI 1tt IoLlooO., 1, K1221,-I.y *I.tl, l3. 1P lat.l, tl. P12.2,l2 Ittlr ltRilroajd.t, 1 .d 1,,I1i,2 dIO, t}er2tnt; U1t1,1d Slt212 Iblnk Ilares, d.cllIed Iper tehl. oiy .lerd2y'1 latv. It 11.i .2 dll2 board., Ihe al o all 2 plis NIt har. . of the h:l0sk ,I" I2i IIT.'ltes ;I. t 103 , 10t ,in I)eioard alnd llud-.n tallla-5'J seller, lhls wek; 10l0 d' Delaw1. re a0d lld.al 1l.C1221, 52 .tilll. lhi. week; 1tll dol hdobuyer.'Nitdays; ald 5101ddo tile1-,20 d0y.; 50 do0do Il. lot Klti8d,. 12l2i.t week;25 d, Not A2tttIllotn Tlii-t 2tt. 54; 20d 116 du \kl'04 r1lllt Pnlll , a7 33 Ir el.. lelller 10 d0v.. whicL exhbllt o Imt 128 tl2 t eh2ll6 fo26 lll Ie nrlllU, prlce, -eclpt u ll lllllga bt2p12r 2t on U.8. Bllak .hare. Thslo hs lbten much ltl ltUrmoil i. the all2lUev Iulket to. dl$ttl..ahnl toprald2y0p.evo.ii . The B2l2.11,qu1 2l hal ,thMdt.d lake llwith hitl t only wen hulltndl 2hout.1d d0i l. in 1p.pci. .lda part of the 2onlinuuily, at e1a 1, a2elu to hller.ttlellllillttIspi t2Itr hett6.r aill.e2 l With th. 611a li)l coadiliol -t lt.. rounlry Ihaln b,:lore..alnd nIOn dlipn.od to ate we stek2,tlll.on 2lo ier. But iiety .l1ll p0,Oln of t6he spcisadhipsel h) illit lsteamr o. drawun lium the New olkr 33tt6&-N. Y. '11e2. * + - J113H8 MARK; 'i'.-O2t. I. (altolm.-The at. reinldu inuot;ll uuy ma6.ril challne.. --lInr. 'I'h+iPUiand hll moider.le, a,,l 1,r0ce u last paolieed - WWh.ltahd Cour--Nu ilnl 2183 rllvu t2'il .or at le of eith1 r tid --II,. SUOAK Ii)USE MOLAY MFS--40 ttIl.4 il 2tor lop 'ale by J-I'lAYtIt & Ct,, 05 2 71 I'Iydra A l VI4jHII'r- -Ittltbb.2 ro;ifiTed %Vltwikey, it 2tuae t flor klby ( I))ORSIK', S44 Neow Levee E! jlUR-l.tI bItl frekllhUn,,! i S -ltr, ntht l air . .l. G bIty 1112D , 45 4New Le.L e fl U'rII'R-.-iO ktg, Rutter in- 4 tore2 "I'.r sale h1 j7 DOR6I{ Y, Sb44 Nc. Levee THE .TRUE AMERICAN. FAITELFV L AND BOLD. - i . Official journal .o toe 2ib ~unicitalitt.' PUBLISHED Dailly, Tri-Weekly & Weekly. P NEk:' OiR LEAN ": SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1839. Mobile. -Still another-No papers were received from Mobile yesterday,tmut private leters inform of another fire hichl occurred about a mile firom the Mansion House fire, and which consumed the theatre. and four squares if ground. - Prom the Courier Extra. "By letters received in town to.day, we learn that there has been a third conflagration in aMobile, on Wed* nesday night last, somewhat distant from the others, having broken out on Government street, destroyig tlhe new TIheatre.on that street, with all tile other buildings in the aqcaee, being mostly splendid Imuses--among them wesa church." Wehave hbefore us a letter rom Ludlow, the manager of the Mobile T'heatre. lie say-: "Mobile is burat tep; I hIve some serious idea of al ttenmptiltg rSeason here this year, or if I do, but a short one."' For the last few days we have had a succession ol showers, hard rains, alld i the interrval moUst delightful weatlier, all indicating a speedy arrival of winter, which may God trant! The sickess is very mtuch abated, indeed, among our own tesidenta we donotknow a high singlecase of yellow fever. As a ct.sieerable nmber of ltrangers have ar rived within a'few days, we mstll expect that a portiou of them will be attacked, and some fll viclin.e. But tile epidildc may be considered as having ceased. 'Thecelltain of the eteamboeat Swallow, arrlved here I on Thursday, reports that he stoptped but a very short time at Vicksburg to tand some passengers; thaIt ni most destructive fire was raging in thi best part of that city, l.ut e could not learn the extent of it. We learn thaC t tie fire, repolrted by the Swallow as burning at Vicktlurg as sthe paised, was gut under after destroying ten houses, among which the law office of S. S. Pl'retise. By -te steam packet Columbia, which left on the ilth instant, we received files of 'lexa papers to the Ilth olty. They contin very little of interest. The prp. ple of Houstol n ere very active mlaking prel:rati ns or tihe remotrill of the public uices to the new seat of governlment, Austin. The Civilian contains some very severe slrictures against lth Collector of the Plto of Galveston, tending to charge hIlim with ebllluelelCnlltl of tlhe pllblic lunslli. lie slllle that I tnllage and colmllltc rce hIls gretoly ill. creased, while there is a tilling oil in the revenue or abouit $10l';00t0. l'etr paonetrs by the shio p Ilbicoll state, that i cFraneo hltd tckuwtc:lcgedp tie Independence ecf Te.crs, i -that tie trlaty was ratilled buatt nt siged, waitilg thei narlivald of Admiral Baundio [l7From tile following letter it will bhe socn that ur eoterprising follow citizen, tJames H. Canldwell is acon siderablesufferer by tie last tMobtle fire. His ,tock of goods was valued at upwards often tlhousand dollars, t\o-thlirds of whlich is deestroyed, ai nto insurance. alonILE, 9tht Oct. 1839. Dooc- Sit:- Thlis entire ci y presenrts Iut one can tineod scene of ruin and dcespair. This mornting at " o'clock, a fire bloke our in the lMansio louse, in that parl just imedtiately over our atfeic, and altbough MIr. Ilurns and I were both on tIlh, spot and at work witlio tllree minutes of the Cirst tp of tile bell, such was the lierce and rapid progrcass of ti fire, thlat we could not save one tlhird of thi e stock. I erst soclred tile boks and papers, then the larger portion of our meters, tile bet part of'tlle brass work, and all the recently recei ved fittings ftirom Europe. The pipes it wasn itmpossiile to save,for the floor above fell in upon us while ? el hard at work, for, from the worn out condition o all hc citi oens, and the very general extent of the confltcration, help was not to be had. Tie fire is still racing, (li a.m.) altlhough greatly reduced. I have just inprtcted thel spot wlhere thie office stood anndfid the i on pipes still remain erect gainst the fragments of wall, bhat thle c n dition of tile copper tubing, and a vat q llantlty olf ma terials now betleat thie btlrning ruins I can only clln- jecture. I tave taken anothler store ill tilet sanle street, next door to McCloskey's, ou tilt oppc-ite sile. \Ve are all worn ott, iavilg td nothling bat a cocctnuatitt of firces aigbt after night. In the fire of Mtondaly night ipoor Mrt Blrns lost every stont of protpertty, clot]lles, &c.tcc hbad in tile wortld. 'I'Thle codition of the city nnd all within it is worse than cant imagination can pour tray. Isend alynu the Advertiser of this iaornino to give val so.me idea Sf tht extent of our recent oatllctcgra lionas. Our guard house is bltlrnt up aguin, but oalllce wretchea conerned ill plullerilg,and ale,i nilot nlore, fiund ahnost ill tle actC of etintg ire to alloler hlloe (Icen sara) is very likely to swing to-day a la lanternet !c The ntonetnt tice fire will enable us to move Icl things ilto the new store we shall du so, and I will then send you rrore particulars. The fire on \Wedtnesaay last threatened to destroy us. for it eae exactly opposite, andl while working on tile engine to put i: out I met with an injury on ny left Ihand, bur untntmptantin its consaquaonces. Theser repeated disasters hove kept tus up at work or wratching almost the whole past week. Faithfully and sincerely yours, CIIARLES J. B. FISHIIER. It is diflicult to find a spot to write in. lThe westernr part of our state pretty generally, acnd the Felicinas'r, have suffetred much tle past season I fromn sickness. The aecounts by Thursday's mail am, horwever,favorable. The sickness every whlare was abating. \e have eonllrned with a glentlema frm the a Coaltn ,ry, Wch) iccflrlls ust that tile erops in western Louisianll are relarksbly finIe, whetIher of orn, cotton or suar. Michael Craft laf Mobile, an alt rotsideitc, well knoawn in this city ftr his ihumoranda wit, died of yellov fever at East Plascagoula, on the 5th Inrst. MlOllllE SUIFFEREIS. At ioartia e n otltrcitmoaatt New ()ottleaan. ilrt at Ilntscchn Arcode on tharsaciy taetcing, Icr the paeuort.1 'of rocaing nubscrinthons c-tr tte tnclltr io"t tire tallacrcr I, o tile late eonf8g:fations at aMobile: On moltitt,JAcats It.n I.AtDwEI.., EIsq. was calld to tile Chair; PEPd ; LALaw, Ion q. n te ino ted Vic I'rei d ell, llnd (.. \V. 1 A.MA(I.. srlerretrv·. ThIle object :;f tile meetlg having I;een explainaed I tic Ieraident, thie illowanug aolnulittree was alllpintul ta dreIt reaUlctions: m s II.n { well, P inhlloa , 1.. I. IC . W'. IKip , J. n e . Ji. lDt. -I J. l{,.t"ttt. tic \.+ biull t~l~lllllliltee rvtiredI nodrlllle' IP)).FIb tie r~lt. |lift. Irthlrlvt n i, 'lilat Iitl IneC t illln ahwlh se(l.y PVtlly ildlll wih ll l·,' .+l~ll? · II t llc'lllr~ h l~ l .lllchw bau l~ll llV l P· le Js i-tr ly of c ica le by ellkumlnlll fdrei.l " letet,t IsTi"hat t ccoi tt' o no sixty h hc it led t, )ih be, ttall , tih atorlne re ,freby aIt n i l llt n tci, nt lhct sI) .urltlllr 1, Il Is, hlllldt-'11111 d tII? Plil'eol-lt'hl Ilolllolzi. ofIIII) MI t' I nrllP1 ~l. ll9 ll I CUISl'a. th v b~ll think II illlllbl illl~ o pe'lr fol llr l .e l..e l fb .UI nlT,.rI~ll 's b)~ tl IP l rlec..ut file% 1 opened,titader t, taprinteetaiectle oC the cri llotrciit,'bythin otIeetilgI iir the itettccl'ott ecirubitcg ttttt'i Cccr cite illlltctt'tiacr rehefa tftctco attti.l'ern ,) tha late te at Mtlcilt. ottiletI, Tlst cite Gsenera t',ctcati toe it, retqteah.,] Io Iclcat at tir. anhkh' Arcade oo tIidllccb tccltll', at 7 o'clh.ck, and bring witil tttIn IhP lLstso thlli. br I,'iv oit have ob ailced, and tile lhcd chev Iav ay tnate t,tl~thac~ed..- . lresolvcld. IThalnt cthe thanks ttf tiemtinr acti', d' to ce pcocrieter af che lreadtl, 'ihr the acec obs ,o : tselay iveltia llc Ith Ictah dcst t d diosI' oca I. ed. locaceedi JA\tI'a Iit (¼]itililPesdn VI'+Tilt L.Ait Ill,,, \ice Plesi. el, C. \. CIM tMtCKt, aSecretsr-. ames of the Geecrda Commttler. Daneus Prletur, (,has. (;ardner.t* It.elrtt LayrSon, J. i ]ea. { "b L~lVt tlellrltI ' .UII. S J. WV. illeedluve, A1) onn C. F. Ih~zev, It. . .t-. tthcack. WV. Mct ic,-n, Jr., Jlc.Knetlle, Ja. IFrere, JleJ Pldon, P. J. Peters. J.W. tMbItk Jshua apld is, a. I. Itta , JII. ha odwe. W. IrI. gn.nn, P'eter LaRidld., .tijnh Ft.+k. '.J. P\Vheedltr. T. (. Jnk. n e , W. c. C. I)uplessie, . W.Pr cllaurd, PI E. I.avet, J. . ogae, 'hl. )onl, W.t laathin, A.W. Itaieo, Slllll'l. I.(ocke, (rrP~llr yr , J. U. Lacslehecouvrt, . Iavio. It.C. I actat J. IJatr. niteia, J. I. Ittdottae, jt'. i'. Jeakin,ct It. toast. A..J. Ilaoae Mturk.,, J. It. Ith:,,k. Ales. tsent~t, It Ihittitey h\i'. ('hrmtV, ct.'. tlhacai'ml-s, C.A.iJccao. , ti A. Ic c, lec'id. Jtr, lv, Jai. Mte'Eero, Ges. \V. l'r;lchturl t1hIu. Incldisca 8".11'. It~akst, ,t. aicccithtt. MOBIIE SBUFE.RERS. t al meeling of the General Committee to releive Ti aubscliplons for the benefit el the suftllrers by the late eunflagratiotas at Mobile,appointid at the general pub- w lib meet:ng on the 10It instant, ta JA~MES H. CALDW\F.LL, President. co P.EL' I LAIIDLAW, Vice President. kl H'C CAMMACK, Secretiry. HIf The meettitig having bide organized, on motion of at Peter .nidlaw, C W Cammeck was appointed Treaeu- Il err. The afollotwing gentlemii n of the Coaoitter ap ct pointed to receive subscription, reported and paid over t to the Treasulrerthe following amounts received by at theml, viz: II Rlohert Lyto, : : : : $175 as Jne: Davis, 11: : : : : 10 st F Jordyr : : : : : : 317 0 ED Crosnan, , : : : 46 Jalmes lcEterv, : : : homas idlaw, : : : : 60 tl Challles J Wheeler, : : 280 it W 0aunlerr, : : : : 50. 1 Will MMtilin, jr : 50 ti C 11 Cumack, : 150 N Iolme, : : : : 18 Wll an, : : : : 5 Charles Dilond, : : : 117 v r Total, $1^.82 f .Oa norion of J II Canldwel,Esq. aReslvedllThlat the Treansurer be requested toreceipt wr Ilhe amount received from tihesubscliptiun list Ihan- a ded in. S Itesolved That tile Comnmittee will receive, to uIe 1 transmllitted tol Mobile, any ariicles of dmlnestic constimp lill, such as Fllur, Ptrk, e, Lard, Corle , ('lrllthing, &c. at tile warelltse of ierce Shannonl & Brothlller, No.57 Mngnilne street. Pierle Shnnoa, one ofthe imeabrrs of the above i comlittee, having voluntarily offered to eollny to IlMo I bile all atli lea sent by the committec, free of expcc ense his proposition was, o Imolitiot, luntii titusly accepted. Oil I o oflill Tilunnis Iuldhlw.i it nan Resilved, That tte mean bers of the colullitte, pres ent lm this avelnig, le rive their .tubscriptiou li ts back, wit a reqIst to renew thlleir exertionl i,or furtaer t ub leResolved, That the i ther members of the comarnittee, appointed ib tIh Getneil tal Mt'ni!tg, oil Thursday, 10th Sidist:lll, be reqluest· l t, IoPne it tilhe CoUlllllilter Ronl,1 I Itolk' Ait etadotl iSatiday (tiht) evening,at 7 h'clock. S0111 t itli l of James ~ nell .'llyrr , Lfeq., lResolved, 'that the Ihanks tofthis iteetig be tedtried Ilt the prollrieol, tiu Ithe tlu of tis roatom. e I o:lved, Thatll tis co.ml i e itt adjoulr lill (liIs) :Sat urday evcnihg, at tleir Ioutu, 7 o'clock. J.atlEt II. CAI.DW ELL, President, SPETER LAIDULAW, Vice Presideet. IC. W. CanMnonK, $c'ty. [ in'tsies i thie ontllllt ablve iceived, Iwo oher listsltof l itnh IImoe were in possession of the coeit. mittee, afld will i, Ilanded in to-niglht.--ED. S 1ar. Caldwell o h s applprlaed Monday night next, t tlle lamp sil et 'lThlaltre, Itlr a free benefit to th i sdf ferers ofthe llate Nlbile irlte. Will nol the holuIse Ihe i icramnlmed? no generou e lt benevlent t will be abjenllts ], 'h: box book will lie oIpened toU-Iorrow. CAIP ril:EElT.--'lt'hi eveiiing"The Miller's Maid," and 'L.ottry Ticket." T'o-morrow, "Turn Out" and r "Fi. ly ThievesI." i Mr. StewarIt, (late Miss Voss), is expected oa If bMonday. We regret to learn that thile fever Ilas broke out again at Natchez, very badly. Several steamboats arrived yesterday from the upper n countlry, bilt they bring no tne v frotr Louisville races. The abolitionists have seized ttpont the affair of the Armistad witll ltt inltehtion of making oot of it a pohti cl m.rove. Ilennett tsay they are alreUdy in the field, blt.oting tf I)'oUosiog tile control over thie tNovellber elections. 'l't0 following nolice has been circulated: " t--You are requested to attelt' a meeting of the Anti lavasly t;eneral Coolllitlee Ollpulitical oction on Friday evening, thie lilt instant, at 7 o'chltk, at 143 Nassau trtet. A. I.ANE, eelrelar)y." The lon. Jnt s t C. Alvord, a ellmller of Congress from the dith distrie t ."tlastatlctu ttt, died on 27th till. A. N. Bleown, an ex-teperintenldant io thle Elrie Ca nal, Itha sloped with $21,000 of the people's moley. Anothcr Accidcnt -T-'l'he locomnotive and lrs, return ing lroll Catrrollton yesterday norlig, encountered a cw on the track, n'llr OtraIge Grove, wltich threw tile iaclhil anld troiol off Ite tI'rak,ctossinl the bridge over tihe btyvou at thatt ptice. The locomotive tlwo thrown ( gainsttill ree.It llnd tn t lfrttlt ately, the engineer, ifr. I Phelps, Iletweenl the treIlId tlhe mtachillte, by which his t leg was cut otfhi-;h up, a hich killed him; onle of the fire nlle was also hurt, aind a nIlegrllo woman lhad her thigh In Philadellhi, a Ian nllllod Wooid. v hoe dough. I ter hod tltaltrieod t ntlll numed Peak contlary to his owishes, in t fit of inllSily, caused Iy the disobedience of his danllhtel and the intullt ofu her hsbatlnd, blew out thie brailll his child. \Votod was arrested, tind tltaellt. Sell to jurSiIv his crime under the pretext that he had I been rubbed of his dauglhter by a blackleg. 'iThe openling of Nihlo's by the National Company was quite flittering to WallUlk; the house waU crowded, and he was calledt out anl highly applauded. The New Yorkers are getting op a benefit at the Chathlam for poor I)ioneflord, one of the ex-manaogers of the Bowery. Celeste did not sail inl the British Queen; she wa I prevented by the ill health of her husbanld. $itmos, of South lCarolinn, has just published a new novel entitled tIh Doamsel of Darien. Ondayukl, Ihoe head chiof oftlle Onondagot, died near (illied!t Cattle, Io tfile "lth i Slte.a the age of 96. tillhe t t hieh the ,rLunt t l ra 'te tltoI o pilace for Ihe Jac ke. (hIo llr. p re t1 $1001l an I)nsilto ,tek oIf $21l00l. 'lille entralct m .es well Ito-ton, (Zineh and Omega. The Pe tersburg lnteligienter gives the following account of This will be n too etoracle iy tin o the historytof Newt Mutket. 'l'hret finer horses than lIoston, Queenand t t lnegwere tilevi pp"osed nto each othier. For totts L ti t s race h l .er ll IIe o liC e of t tolersatit n itllt tit tpo ing circles. BUts it all the ratiifitlt ion- which cia bhe co.nceived ol; werlild on the result. \\itlh a large Iomliber, iodeed we may say eo ith tile grn:t eajotrity, st",t Wtt - tile ofot litt', tied Ie lot ineltktd freely agaillnst till, fiel, 1118 :p ed nld bott lln hlld ]beel f ti rer, who has ltrt et'it fulnl os er Waterloo ntt to whom tnl. ttl c It- tItt" h oI',p Ilt te oid ev or ' day, la d if lhe I Itt' e c-' t o toit ' , to i o t tch pulse would I A In rl, y1 It,,r itn l' Thmdlldy the (o'nurse was c rowv- ' S lctl ~I ''ltl t tl o Ito llllUellellelo*tt''I tte II x\t, ll· *llt I"''l Illr ' ·, i ii+F rer ll~l( , L O to Ihlrtttt (It Wht I lnt ler , I II4- I IIt a1 l, I Oor, illtr1retlt edl il the rl t e rto sole n 'l t it 1hvtlh'r _ rea o t tr sa ll., , .it In'e I ni,. e +lit, to'cl,.k, the hor.eds malde their d ip ern:rctIl, lill in hi' (ordlr alid .tiger for the et llggle. , h, ey -'le I Im , l, lre tano Illo they were to be actors Il e aIrt · I d + reilirt, acte'. At one prO e to v thoc co, w drlut . tt11 .o'cn t led ithe w':gv ior thel first three 111o lit it " rdenlte puri,a fb.llowed ch' sel .+v by Boston, d In I- ' e r' I t Ile t uttl ' 'l t ut".'It l tlr ling" t'I l:ch at i t "i n t , itto ilt'l t lntro'liWligtetlig for an i t i lot tl' itta i tt.!,rothcndll d,' I'ln the filf t tqunrlo r ffthe lae t l ile Ih.- . Itlu miaId i i =1 b tl O negI , anad lock, d IlntsI ill i his it lair oppse:, it, v.. Isml hr, escorted to thle Cedars, w .h, It ' th' Quern telng herslf slightod by his ateohios to a heltl ivalo, t line toip nll challenged his nlite fot r a htun dred yartds or so, wh' the ungtallant t.atn rn away f lllo , not wih, his c oi llpunionll ' o tile s'of r sehx, ilnd t went the heat with ,lent egna, (onmeg and the Queen t pulling tp us soon nll they had got l idahn the disatace Bttllilnrg Oil IOI t il.t btsIotll nloW cetased. It w tt cer- o n lathll t .t, ut uil tcll'he 'ixt Itiot, lland w were dia. pold Io take It he.vy ldtr le wich his batlkers Ireely ol-atered. The ttly quetlion now was whith will be ttl i Ihe' rate, the t e,1 or it) ,rl l alld betls Ito ilgr e u ,ntlI e.. ,l. I Ide Io1 their lunt:inlg in Ith het l. 'l h I t'rsos collito'd ii.0 0 I l lll a ill a eII Io o tob poCs ft vin 6-"1't i' . fi hlon tet)'o first left ,hell stblh,. '1 ohey got t excIettll itr1 it tllo l . w nt I fllt pre el it l the lt il2e i order t li ilt ttIt'r' ll he'o tt. ttct ' lllgo a 2ai 3 tllhe n 'll toIn r.o.t'. ne x . t, and it (l uel o tI o hird, It lltheute P icll-Ioh. ' oltedogu toert e m intioed uotilt tllhe C h, ',s .d theo lo,"', t n.l,anid Ci . o i Iencea the burillt n ll ,wher, t It-loocl l, hi d o megt , ,o d iaer, ii clt conlliled l il the edl of thtr cfe. This beat waft s ittdto op-,Er hedt b qus'e alled on Nes w Market Course, Ke. di WIn. It. Jl iiohn-o .r h InMllitonl, 11 o II. '. I ,lne's I ii [lile q lleen, #3 2 C(1ha, :*':, Ia It r's g IlI t iign, 2 3 di ' T.:'. --I st rl, n, III,, ,-.- 2d d,. nl . ,52s, SIt'he (ueen v -ll, tecond in thi het, buti plltting u p cl be',r, l.h rot' tIhe judges' unl,ll.Im llega wlalked past Fourth Day.--'itizens' Plate, valuedat $403. Re io m Pukee~t', h It l.iiie Pvlon, by Andrew, m , In ,h, Eclip-e,5 yrs.itld. e r O. P. Ilure's ch hIt +ltdifey, by Churles, dam, Miss 11 I'iii--it hen', .n. 55%.--d do.- cu hi the Iili t quarter t f the last mile a sinew of Cihif n e)'s lIfl nore leg n-ve way, and ih+ of, course, had to ive op the . tic . hl-' wa race ,f ve.rv little in From the M.obile Mereaotle.Advertier, Cat. 9. . j The Planters' and Merheil' Bank-the Mansion House-tIe NeW Hotel-.all degtroyed. With the most painful and' melancholy feelings we again announce the recurrence ofanoothr Inent asful and. destructive ooplagration our devoted city At two o'clock thbi niorning that long kown aundsplendid establishment,' the Minsloe Hlouse, was diseoverbd ta be on fire, and to. such an extent that it was. impossible to extinguish it. I We have only time to say, that from the Mansion House the fire was communicated to the magnifi. cent new Hotel, adjoining on the South, which was yet. in an unfinished state, and to the Planters' y and Merehants' Bank, that new, beautiful and splendid ed fine, both of which were redced to ashis. From the new Hotel the fire crossed Royal straet, and'the greater portin oftthe square west oftho new Hotel and Mansion Houase is already destroyed, and while we write (1 o'clck) the fire is still raging. The residence of Mr. Cunningham, adjoining l tihe new Hutel on Goveratlent street to the South, [ is also consumed, se well as the Vegetable Market M, House, and the fire is still extegding downward toward the water. Where it will end, God only knows. The lose by the fire this morning, already, cannot Ine lees than a half millito of doallars!! CharleoCullum,Esq, tihe worthy. philanthroptoe atrd public spirited propr-stor of the Mansion House, was insured 867,000, but his loss besidbsnwill b . very great. We have ascertained no other parti. culars All is horror and confusion-and on every countenance is depicted feelings of the d.epost malancholy and gloom, or 1lt Within the last ten dayst propeity to the aomounti n- of upwards of a million of dollars has been des. se troyed by fire ; and hundreds of worthy citizens ui Ihe are left without 4 dollai, or even a roof to shelter p. them from the pitiless storm. And whit is worse, all is attributed to the fiendish spirlt of ineendio. rise ! Ruin, inevii able ruin, seems to be our doom! ' At thits moment, we qee from our window,tthat the fire is extending from the Planters and Mer ve chans' Bank, down Conti itreet. Gracious heaven! A o* where will it end, and. what are we coming to ? We eoitted to mention kbove lthat the Post id. Office is destroyed MARYLAND ELECTION.-Tale general o k enectieni'for members of Congress and of the State h Legis turr took place, tlhroughout Maryland, yesterday. Ip this city, tlhe Van Buren candidates succeeded throughout. There was an aggre Sgae vote of about 12,800; and the administration i ti majority is, in the general average, somothing like i, 400. Not at all large, considering the wholoe num. k. bher of votes counted, but quite large enough for present surposes. Our opponents, whether by su. ed pInrOtaet, or superior nulmbers, have ear led the Congressional and Assembly tickets in thirdistrict. The flct is suffiicent for them, Is it is abundantly n f) s for us. If greater vigilance, or other fuar aid f ahono able means, on the part of the Whipi, might have served to avoid this result, it ins not worth while to nay so. The beat thing to be done, even in that view of the sutjer, will be to take order for cor certing the procedure, and for retrieving the ground lost, on the next suitable occasioni. Instead 50t of repinsng over the past, which in all its reva to is now beyond our control, let us look with renew. ed hope, and with resolute purpose, to the fature. 'Ths ballot boxes, rs tested yestetrdy, will show that inlany ev.nt, and under all clo :,istances, Sthere is aWhig phltlanx of Six''ttososand Two Hun. it. dred voes in the Monulnlotalt] City, whio usay al ways be counted on as ready to rally in sup,.ort of r o, Ihe.lb st inserents of the country. We present below the re tit. of the vote in this city, with such accounts from other districts or , counties as have comlle to hand. BALTIMORE CI Y ELECTION. The result ol the Election in thia city yesterday, 00 as follows : Conogres--Kennedy-W. . . 6218 Pitts-W . . . 6188 in Carroll-L.F .. . 6608 Hillen-L.F. . . 6598 Legislature-Collinr-W. . . . 6216 per Littig-W. . . 6184 es. Steele-W. . . 6176 Wallis-W. . . . 6165 the Rusk-W. .. . 6149 Giles-L.F. . . 6629 Logrand-L.F. . 6610 Id, Graves-L.F .. . 6602 ber Sdslenstricker-L.F. 65d4 Gallaglher--L.F. , . 6581 the if..-W. D. HBII, . . . 7830 Nicholas Tracy . . 4955 143 Owen Bouldin, . . 2893 Party polities did net enter in the contest for StSheriff.-Wo hae e notfull returns fror,tlhe county, but there is no doubleof Mr. Ball's election by a ee very lairge majority. U. r W. Pechin declineid being a candidate the Ca- day beloro the elect:on. lie received 736 votes. New JesxYe.--Tl opposition of this state are preparing fur battle. One oftle countua, in calling a convention, pt to forthl the following brief andl pertinent address, in the fauro of a call upou the peoole : r To all who are oppesed to thie Sub-Srensury, the defaleation and extravagance of thIe present National Administration and Its destru c ive moua. sures,antd in favor of a well.rtg.olated cre.dit system, smnall bills, and a sound curratcy ; ol' coturag.ng the agricultural, manulhclurlng, and toounercial interests ;,ot restoring confidence and prosperity to

thle productive industry and business of the couu try, and ofaecuring to the state her just dstriblu. ,ttn of the public iandsi; who are opposed to all violation of the ballot box and frauds upon the rights ofsuffrage by the admission ofillegal votes; and in favor of such election laws as shfll secure to every citizen his just voice in the affairs ufrgo. vernment tin favor of preserving the conservaties principles of our republican institutions, and oppo. sution t,, anarchy and agrarianism in every f nrm. " 'This is the right spirit-and herein are aloarly depicted the objects and aims of the great oppoai. tIon party of the Uiona-N. Y. Times. The BritiAh Quesn.-There was quite a sensa. tion created yesterday, on seeing the British Queen f heave to in the channel, and remain nearly an hour with a good head of steam upon her, and many rumors were in circulation of Custom.house e seizures, ae., &c. It turned out however, to have been some triflingohstru tion in the machinery, and some important omission in the stewards de. partment. The Queen carried out $700,000 in specie, very little of whioh was drawn front our Banke-and we r may hope, on her return, that she will bring more favourable commercial news than she carries out, or some changesof inportance omust lake place e thin side ofthe Atlantic.--N. Y. Star. AN IperOntnT AnARRNrO.riNT.-e Te d Baltimore Pa triot merntios a letter frtott Pltotdelphie, which ays:- f " I havae een a lettr reclaivtd ser steamer Great 'es. tern, by a iighly respectable tirt in tis cit y, which states thart eltatn monird trrotgements that are known Sto have been in contempletaon hbr uome little ltm past, tbetween a certaia manted Illstituti.n of this cutttry etd an extensive banking house in London, was st nearly ompleter, that there remained no doubt of its finat aud esatisfactory tompletion.-Chtrltston Courier. BAntr tserPeson.--So e of tle tmlers arr ie das- I i bg the robabilisy ofmanother suaa.p(nu by the bank., aiaueer, advise thst menasre, as ine oftprttcticttll ttnt, ae thiserisis. t iea matterrf o urlrise to tear st ch a mtttltetro talked of. It cannutt be aecessary. ta, bahnkshave Itacaueted nothlitg tonlelk of thr Iadtltis Ihair culatiton is atted-thptey ar., we bealev,, wth it i vry lew exerptlitlns, arnsgt and ubu lndiutla ubi ttt go through ttle remai.,d r . thle soar, "l. aluta ,asion at ltair tinme WIold iis ira the passtge al tlle Stt t. aalreltsury te l , a ndl,D thI w ,ar t a the ds of the Federal Go(vernzncmnt the i ,e Iv o nioe ;ntr eat of tbeceontr.v A sumptnioln , Ihe ary tpici tuhIe Adraint istrealon now wans., o trdr t, n .rhnct its IIdIt Ihntt. tt' do Iut blieve ttre t s the leat 'to .leSity tor t, or that there. is tile o st a r mte thbility of its t a place r. 2'. Vtig,. Another Slaer, Taken.-N e learn rrmn the Pohila delphoa papers that thile clttter '.plrtalrsea, raen t fly tkenR by ilte Irittlt cruiser Ilurlatuit. , it tll weast coast rf Atrica, ttteder eircatsllOtlaCett whicI left no ittnht of liar lawless attaaeter, ligs reachedo ttat tort in 36 tdays boun Catpe Mettrsllrltd. Sthehd badeen given uIt by the Britaish etntttntrtar to (inv. B lhssatta, U. S. collanu at I.ibertt. who pttt a new crew ott board lnd stet hter Irole foir aojdicatlon. t te was itte.d ,ut ,t Hlavaa, it is sltated, under A tmerica elors. This is all tile informl;lltn we have on thle subject. Farthler par. titulare might perhapt te obtaiued ftrot Nichonas 1'. Tfrirt, U. ca. tlUIl, end, if e are rightly ilformted, officiating I'trlttgttese .et,'tl lat Ilvan.--N. Y. Times Heae.rdees'n Onee, .aFeeund 3tnsstelpaily. Reports of Day Police and Night Watch. Ocavaan 7, 1839. Wit. MeClaskey, Frances Fisher, arrested otn 0 wr. rant iassued on contplat t ftr an aaaull; disclalrged. (Catterite Fenney, alieas Reed, f w c arrested ttt ernt. plaint uof Ann Campbell fur aretl; bound to Crmtinal Coturl. John Marty, arrested fordietnrhisg the peace; die. chaorged. Jolhn Rogers, Arthur O'Neil. ltat Leonard, Mary At - iinuan.Juato tlt'ls.tulotsotnitas Ithus. Blown, oriested found ill tti tstreets; discharged. Jehn iulhtat, arrested for passeing as a plice offtticer; diclharged. EptriaOn Oli'ls, I to , arrested far larceny; ditmiosed on accounlt el'breing • slave. 8th. Jolt Norris, arrested as a sunpicatusc haracter; dischtargatd. Allen MeaKay arresttl foutd sleepilg its a shed, di, charged, 91h. A, slnrding, arresatd an a saoticious charactelt committild as vagrant for 311 dn.ra. Joultn Jllan.arrested belrg tdrtnk and disturbing tile Irenseleommitted Las a vagratl for tO tlsavr. W K Hall, I.ouis tlemot, J.etph t Vigleteworth, or,; reltedon echarge of aasault and threats towards a per suol disehairaged. tilth. Jates Wright, errrtesdhrd autg t r , teuling, tud was previously censliurd on ttlb August, 18390 commilteds a rsagrant iten 9 tosnths. ltuke D)arby, arrested tPled In the street; dilseharged, Jamnes Irsonu, found ro'ing-in the etrnets Clo could tive noarca.nt et hinself; r.l mtitrd .e a greant fur 30 dner. cA1IP STREET THEATRE. - his Evening, October l1th, will ha performed the mel -drama called, t .e MILLER'S MALD.. Miller, Mr Boddy " Giles, IIe Bar Granger, Archer Georp Keppe P'ho, be, (the Miller's maid,) ire Debar Dame, Smith To conaclude with tie Farce of lthe LU'.T'EI.Y' ''ICKIET'. . Caepia, Do liar Charles, . Kejtpell Woremwood, S ,dwear us'nni Mrs De I)lar be IMr Coroet, S mita Tl'omorrow, tlhe Operella of "I UItN'OUI'! And the Melo-drama of TIIE FORTY TI'Il EVES. Monday next will be opproprinted to a Fraee Ilenet rI-fr tile reliefrf the sufferers by tha awful fires at Mobile. , _ Thle Public ore tesplelfall!y inlformed, that MRS S 'EWAILT, ltoe Mise VOSet, Il engaged, and will shortly make her appearance. :r'Doorsopenet e past 6-l'erformances to comamence at 7 o'clock..] MAYORALTY OF NEW ORIRANS. FlMIE price of Iloor beinl this day $6 371 per harrel b erecording to tile tariff the bukers will give :,3 t oUticeH r of bread tiar tell ceils. dlurilg lth week brgin. - iaeg an, Monday next. Ills 14th iltni. 'IThe lamves of seeoadl ualily, orof lthree fIr ten cents. ashlall weigh 25 per cent mora, viz: ,1' } ooncee. o12 C. CGENOIS, Mnoer. Head Quarters, Washington IBatatlian, t New Orlnean, ltr. I lah, 1839. ! I-RDER No. 2-The Washington Iletalion will O RLF parade on ,I.afayelle Square, 28th it. at nie o'clcek, a. t. plrecisely, for review aa insapection, by AdjlutIlat and Inpector irneral P F Smith ly order Maior C F IIOZEY, JAS II DAKIN, Adjtntalt, e o.2--lt Wahintl onli IeAd llalion O RDIERS-WASHIINGTON GUARDS-- Altedl . o y[ al Meeting at llh Armnory, this evening, at 7 o'clock. Punctual aated.ance is requeastd. By ordlr p" C:pt Jor,Se o132 S M CI{,KI., lot Sect. • TO RENT-Stare No. 87 New levree m t. S Passessioan givea ilnaoedislalv, \,lyv to I'P It 11VD1 & III 'll ,I, olW corner Clellnuon & IMaInanzina 8 U(lAI--3O hlhds a In prie article, in st re aid fo, r e adle by I' It HYDE & IltlaTlll'lt, 012 aornerr(Colnlnnn Sloglagaine eIt SOli'r. I" EPEIlATINti FIRE Al1blS-T'i'he s.h* SlJscrihrs have nlast recei ed ll'rchlia N alhville, i treeh elilat'ly of l'olt's Iltlaetialg Ille,Sfieol (laulla S & l'isftolsal. i,a geolaal aIsraortie lnt a.f 'ahoat, llall, PIr cultanln Cap. - l. all ofl thl, liro llaill lily d aleallallllac fiae; aIIrsitala, (L:I'SIl' .Ca', C aExclange Ilthl, I, oL J A (tlh.",N'em st . I"W NOVEL. Sye--l:nir R,,samttal, or im dov, or il K eng IlenAry 21; a K Illaorical lioalall by Tlhoat s. Siller, author of lrayio, atan Ieer, e & The iraera rouveir, aa new ean la tar I lr lla . died ry a aa l aa Iar tlah Req. and tt hellaihed hitlr I aIllllillog I icw asuI. ply aof Zenhlia, or lettller Iralll PIallllllt al A ',a b or ' Iettersfrlam Iluiale. Jantl received lel folr lale v 12 A 'I )\A , I 19 I mpet YEW t EDICA I Vt )IK--ME ' mlaalatol r. ih Sic. I ()btC tlllmnaa upoa n tha e O ela l erral'llata l alll upon' Prtltkal, Spain, ted rtlalraaa tria ;ho, at G It II Iarlr, ie11. ,a.. U. S. &c. Juat raaaaredf r tale Irv 0olX "A I0)W \k Ii,. (4 Cul 1t a ar hN (ttnralt l Cnaaa the 1'amnwan it l o aaaa aalt+)aIva tia at llaa aaagl talllla oaa Jt ll. ' l , ,aa ndI olllers vaa. Atlael Gervla aid ualoela by sala ii a Itaaaaal 1 a nber of thIa Philadelpahilait o,;ahagee tata AhlaunPl aid lSacrifice, a Ilew edition, la I vllllalli 8 v~ Ilo , tim 5th I. lduon edailitill, with lallleloll corrc atiu as aad addi tiontl. Just receivedland Ir aaltP IlV .12 A 'IlyW..ll, la a-,i,,,,.t GRIANID 1REL 1sTA'I': I LOTTERY OF PRIOPERTY, Situated in New OrleUIs, TO BIEDRAWN (ON 'IlIE lt DIl:CltM11"III, 1839 IN JACKc'ONVILLE, FIt. Under thre sopellntruelne'e of tile u llll.ii i liners up pointed by thle Legislztive Aeciiibli of Fhiridal. 1CIIMILT & I1A3MIlLTON, .tluntigers. 100,000 tickets, at $15 cheiii price. $1,3 n).OI000. Sellig pio $30 ir ic cit. Ket. SYLVES'TEIL& Co., 13r0 s Itcd 1 ,iNEW YORK, 0r Tie receilpt m the sshe ol the ; c:kers will sbe de puited iln Ihne t.: l. I lllalt, (Ih r u l ,ll "i'ttt'ln "t'll.cnn 0onsolithl l Ie nllkI ill .new (i lllo ln ill ;i thes 11 Ii' I.,s LoouisShelidt j.iti tlnh J. II .feraih acn t C,.hic1rifth. tiri't I+hbnko, cd n. Iiauheii ue Itlallx c t urll, t {hie ' often I'o .+ 'tlld \ I llnk, u, Illll Ie a t r a I Ipe r Iee l p n III1 .b e (t , \ . ,%,l nIzr e it I .b r rN. N I. 1 ' l slo t o I' r : a l y i lI li . I II Ie I f elr litll o/ - ttl'wImat d at I } N the Prer o m nii ,,, iil bedi osited in l Pho rlnix I rat ' Owth , relit oltih.iabovi inId it (:ttV Thilu s o u dN nrw t M ner0-. A nr ea sy.lzc I n E t oi. Pat , int rlathtl , r til llop perliCes wbier w m e flu ........... I rritca ....... th. e UOii.ery. c01 PRIZ I .r11 ucre . -: Prize- Thatlaidlllllll I thl "t r I r ·iE brm t $0k p re he re er i orat $702cc. 0,000 P ,in , Il5ch.'lh'.inrl'.I.' ,on .la..b.I' sIdt. i 146 k li el 6 iil,. , 'ra' F - tilt lcE , rent clor7,1r o iiper n an .o o ll. n iz the 1 1 lhlfor re~ it ,~" tl0e Pr u"e op-ithi ," and,, 1 t $;0,000 tincreasediy to oit dltan, dollars per Eontllo rcilnted at $700,000 Prize-lbThat ele.an fouir toil, ricnk Iou..C' inu known as the '1 IhY" IrOlTrL, form erly klahol a hlotel, rtuittnead at ollm lriNl Iii: l os n (o.111111 i 1ai anils 146 i III inches oin Cap it , bdhis obuilding ret oroe i $ i25,0l0, and behng tiltn, nlosl rellla purt of lthe city, ca all rlly be inereaetdl to thirty thousand dullnra per ao. numh Eits| edl at $500,00 Prize-Th'le three asory brick dwncloing house, No. 31r ont Natchez streret. a djoining the Arande rented ar t 12 hundlcd dollars. iEstimated t $rO0,11 I Pizse--'l'e thirit story hrick odwellitng house, No. r1, odrjinlg No. m0, o Natchez slreet, relted at twelve hunldrel dollars. Ertinmtred at $20,000 I 'rize-- 'rhce three t.a rv brie k d welli rtg haute, No, Ii, ndjoinele No.19, (n Nntchezst. renItted at twelve hund red dolliars. ksFltmawd at $20,000 Prize--lho dnnllni housn NI,. ir:l n irth east eOrller of Basin ond Cu-.torn eoz ne..R-ii'- Ilolro tcoilr Co-roo- 1r house e treets, n 11,.coeriio 10 let tfront BIr tl.in dArert, cI. feet fiont on FIlonklin street, by 127 foot Idenl Ir, (Untlllilouse atcl ret; rerllld irl f. teen Ihnndred ,l,1llo n. Estiinmted at $20,000 Priz--'The dlclli.Og house N. 24 soolth wet cerner of Basini street, means uring 32 feet 7 inches on lin, str, 32 fert 7 inehes on Franklin street, by 127 leer 101 inches depthl on Cus tolmlhullte street; rented o nfiftlrcr hundoIe dolars. Iiinimed nlt $20,00 Prlze-T-'Jhe two SItorV brick dwelllhlg hlan1e No.339 on Itoval street, letelenll Uraulinea nd I t'Slpit} ustr't ,meat urilg 2 feet I ilt! els on Royal Ist, by 127 feetl .i'bcc ilc piepth; re't crl at $102 plr un:ul0 . Estimaterd a $15,000 Prize-250 lclhrn C..h, uln Banok tocik, at $10111 vch, $ '5,0100 $IOOc',eh. $2i1,011o I Pri.e--1i0 olollar Mtehanicc' arld Tra lrc.' Bank nstock, at $1010 euch, 15,000 3 Prizes of 100 stlror eaoeh, 'itv tlnlllki :1,011 SI'rizs of 51i " :iOhn.e 10.O SPrizes of '2 " olas Lighb, 5,001) t P'izes ol 15 " leClllolios' and 2o Prizes of 10 " " LotisilrSlatn, 20,1100 (1'rizes -f 2 " s,,, L~iglh, 2,300 200 Prize of I IInllk ,.frrcies.oc 2",11l111 200 Prizes of c U lcn Icnnk uoL Florida, 1,2,000 It ttell be at tbe option fi thre willlt'r- if prices n, lhank stlk seirler to itakle tihe tick iselF or tc o Iar valthe thcreol in cash. DIODE OtI I OD\ tWING. 100.,000 lickets, from It ti0 IO0OO will ie put in ole wheIel, ontl i00I ri.., willh lhe blankt., it aotller ;ll every nuntier o prize oir bllk will lie dreawn. til al tie Irizes nre n elternilcnedi leaving' the bullncer of nc - kers in thle wheel--blak. lOrders lirlthenhove Lottery %ill he received at Ile omffe ullecr til VPralllcmhl, eirn,cr if Sl. hil;rle alnd Culnlon ro lrreern, nit it No. Ir Chllrrcc i tren ret new ttrlclls, lld iadproplltly furwlard,l.d, tkdvrn tri'at tI e couitry, pi.ot aid, Ciliaiiliingi tiim.es r ccii.e cu 1t cu. ber ofliiekelr rqc uiredl, Ilddres..d ci UIII1!tDI' & IA t11.T'1'0, New Orloons. 17A oteanllmat will be provide,i to lltke o FPloridaln ueh pnsoengers o s may bI desirous to witness tile drawing. Jaeksonville, Fla. April. 1t39. m.v I Po r l RN'1', In Co.iiiing Iioim11 in ile -ad IF i st,.rv, over the -tlure o" 'l' I Hlvdle & Ie.rll.er i i'icroitof Maoiazine and lt'.mnroU tIs. tc s, i.i loftf tiwo "I lll llmlel ats, ill one i tf wtl.lt i' n lire plce nod wenll aliapid fr, l ttficer., of any kind; ), a, ssiuOr 1''. It. I111DE & Bro tir, no 39 CilnllllOl cur IlltlziP S rt+. 1I1o Il:;T--.N fire p 'roof Tl'l.itcco r C.llon WV.re. 1Holr, lluer St )rv's manork t, Ipccinoctsol given imuiedialelyr Alo, Ole tt lilt-cne 'insin, nu hoe Pent l03-1andnr. Apply o 93 Ca,,) st 0 IN -Tkenups.r pcrlpotz frsnc,'No. 901 p la1C oli trel, beiilr'g lih.1 . i'.,I thir nld i \1 O IF.N'I--A four story ,me .,o. - thare Shtic. , oppns;l Ihte S. ('horle. Iut'l.- Aply1t I 5 H ~C CAAIrtt.0 ' ,,, A 3 Ianik ipace bilPPIN .i Is For E.rope. +. FOR IIAVRI:. Y The A I fast sailing ship ELIZABETH BRUCE, Capt Hig~g's, having the greater a rr of her cargo, w.ill receive despatch. g r L eight of"2"J5 bales colttol, or alasn~e, apply to [28 ' . L I GIt ,93 (.olmltnuest FOIl. HAVRK. . The A I fa.t sailing sliLp VESPASIAN, Copt Winst, haviag part of her cargu en gaged,will have despatch. Fr frieight ofa2U0 bales cotton or passage, apply to " c2l 1.11 I1ALE, 93 Coutmlmn at FOR. IAVRE. The A I ship COLCHIO, Cpt. Knight, . hutaviug part ll her cargo eeggagJ, will re he"e illetliae desllasth. Fur Iraight t 2j aues euttni or paisagne, uaply to c t s`1 I, I 1,t 1AlE, 93 Caoion stita FOR II VEtRI'OOL. I f_ The A I fast satling ship LOWELL, Capt taitt, will receive adeclton, ti, greater panrt at her cargo elngaged. Far balahce at Iteight or puasage, apply to . '2L I, H GALE, 93 'olmunon st FOIL ItVERPOOL. t o Sailan la aturdy the 21t.. . The A l and fast sailing Ship CGA41I-ET. Ca.tain Lindill, wtl ahil a. Saturday . naxt, huvamg her cargo engaged, al.d goillg u beard. For passage, Ibnvlig hataitlace acnlonlodal tias apply to .17 LEVI I GALE. 93 CoIIcamm ont. FOR LIVEILtPO).. It'h A I fast sailing Ship GIRARD, Cap-s ain Gress, havitg sanost oCher cargo engagel, will receive immedite despllatch. For frvighlt f'tlles hil Coats. or Imlr p.ge, aply t ho n t 1 L ItI GALE93 ctommon street. FOR ItILE112S N. The fact Ssiling A I S bip RIGA, Capl. Smhlih, laIvi Ihg t t hole of lher cargo eugcg ed, will receive deslatch. r ipacssage having handsome aciornncalions, aty Iy ,- LEVI H GAt.E. aecug+lht 9.i COlmon ast FOR LIVERPOOII,. ih. e first lnass ead fast sniling Britihla hnrque FRESLiIJS, Ccptt Crawhtrdl can take IlIU hBnles itof ccian, anti will receive iimnedi ate dltlctch. For tersn or passate Ihavitng hlndJsome accotlnadittltl, for rl cabit plaesellgers,alpln toi LEVI It GALE, nlg 15t111 11; l:|Pllln ni itreel. .-t-.L _--- l,'i) IIAVItll. Tite lees dchc tel feesa.tiliti Itip FAIE, o'ti. ltiaimt, will rsceie immeCdialt des-. illt ctisclte aettolllt d ticnc t ap, lly t, sl~3 I.I'~21 VI, II Olt.I: C mI I t l . The A I l end fal: sailisg tliIc CAItINET, Iupt Ii, ,lt will hatve hm,.llhtt des tell , nvmtl. the _rerrt" part oIt hr t ltrv eigtglel. Fur II I, street I __ _ _-------.- Coastwise. FOR NEW 1'11111(-li-- lucullll I':u ket. O f 'lrleansLine of b.lkrt 7'u soi in Nalndny theil 11a £h0oo. A l1ULUF:EJ. Isurners, IIluI't1·:(W d plurjiti-IV Nail a.ablovell, 12 havin hr etire0 L11 0llnlfel) F 11or p 01110.. only, hI ngoio elegant iI ull oliuolb, up. ply III 111 A. COIVIEN, 00 Conlouln St. l't)It NEW I·()lK-I'egoIJIu Packet.- 1)2 \F r' Lin 0 11 o1 - 1'5L0 'F+. o '1'o sai l 1i1t, Ir 171) instant 'Ie clrll' 0and rlol cllon l tll r will pnnolillll Null 1'. uel r letirird. Fo~r frightl or tlo-onul, hatinog elegant o,,oo,,ldnloions, apply to 1th C l loiul on board, oppo01site the Vegble I ll , r Orkebt, o10 '-N)Cnmmnn elr FORt NE'.'. YOR1K. I'Packe ol lIt 'Ltono .I), th.- 101h inst NIet York and 1010 Orlr0111 I inr. HEP2l line j Al 11.i, I'R11Yl~opt Ilol110011l011 will sail oo dertised. For freiglllht, of : 310 bales Cutololl, or liCr p1111 alpply 00 boalrdo or to loll PETER Of11,i,, J 11'ER. Cups1 I001111110 olll receive1des II tell, ·' t frplp h of Ilusa·, Fr llipl 1 N1; 0 10/K ON1) N\L01 O1.N I'olN1 112 00 I,,loo (11111101Lle~ r· I) i IIS LINE will lll IIIpIIIII* eel I 1I·CII hlillo, which wi*locrred rat It ulll , r inllhr fuilwin g order, viz: CII'I~iLlll~ ll. l, I N lwh ip S 11r. Ma lllt, il\\' I, '1 I, ma11e1111 111 ' l ollvl It.I tlo lind ll : r.I 10111 n ý l.5l.00 lIphi NE J I W l'01I(Ita l.'i. Nrw Nhil Fiirle' , \\' I. Il\IO, ,11111 1 . l'o'bobo00I(·· 111 111\ 1 .111111·11 J(1~ 11111 Illl1ll'0 1111111 1*ll~.l~ 'I 111.01 11 llllllllO OI.II rum lo Shop1 and 01.11001 i 11o111101 l10 'I'll.' real,,+ I por n1 ol ofl" l a 001 be 1000, i '1L1I00.lI, oodotp.lorblusoonll, vrrlll'101'001'nestlONOO)lloun epolooll ooIuli.oxtenld l oy ' IBud paw villI Ilc ,oblyooooollo.I00oolt ootdoloo Fiheo rihr pitos arme o ddyply to llos oolI nil 0 lolII otooy 1.1 110aY 111011 0110011 Fn ~plr iscelt N!,W YORE.il i N·v Yok r 11 11 1 11 ll111 1,1\1: 01F1 00 llll' lOIIlK d. soli n~ amnat invnrn rtrY J Illa la, trmo earls p..ýt 0 '1hoy .+ 1100 " Iehdsololly P01Olol'I ll01111111110 I ('d to leo - 01110110 h1 1 llj1 1 0llol I l, 011" , ?hip Nashviirr, lle, l' IupIIPIY*m \ n* VoVudj, d e0000layIll~vol illdo~lalllll llllncll·llfOllrllll *lllidalllllliell I) 'I'll. "'' 1110Olt11, 001100 n o f d 01 *01), 1011110111 10111 0 n liI rlor. P110mr l aotoor l1001i011100 Olly to A COIIV N, 1l1111:!1 0 (l211111110no0100 0 ,lo1I1'110511i1000000010 lallootolIO 1211 Ilololl~goe lI 0110,101110110, 1111111110 110 glu~ll 11 11110il, 111111j101000. oftin Vicksb I urg, 1 t 'nl Ill Ituln J I'l lir ay ke kl, loths. 111I 0110ool.'m 11110 A.11,01111 "v. 10 Ilbl 0 Nashville n Ionn, ('n. Mill It undil uli~ln L 1101111000111001101 110101,lCpl in.10 0~ll.lllI g Captain S - aptain 11111101 111 FA R NE0V YpIIich. en[Lonloiorn snonoNedo wore I.inl lNefI' rkel . prrs lyfor ths crud -they re eel'light raughteel wa 01 ad almost I nva Ir l ly llclros the bl "Sl lt dhllen 1010ll li' I1 111111 C 1111' Ol, 100 l fIl~R l ll 11 11110 0000 fo 101101101 111111 dl· I):J ll IIl III,1I1.1·. 111111.: ll ll' ai c I l'on.lIro. 'h" e ls pcket Ilrold llrlly. rrere olutetrdened il uwut xet he seve '1 " 001101eo1,onll', II 1011110 l'1e 1 obloe 0111110 '110 l oat' o h' be1110, towed p00anI 'I 0001111111111l111,1110C0011110'11g00011 11110 1111111rlllldodl 11lyallo 10 d IoIwn IthI i r Il. and 1' io will Ill$00II FR oolhlloa 01111'. , 0 T hyllll, ha 1ha0 ndsome'y il l elly 1111110 a 1001101110 01111o to Illtllihl e 111fr1 looot will'llll lllooolll ' I 110 nl i ll gIl l '1 11 j . lie 1110 The pri of cab y1bin is l fd at30w.oIleithouyt win Lorliiqur n000ll:I'.'.l 00 0110000 .llltl00lCall000e00laill, ) ~ ~IIII.'lI 011111111114001 bl'Y !. jllllli(l~l, plr(il0'1'0lll 01010. oil glnsn, hollow wore, e o uarlblmL' or g ill. r, c lI IF e. of tin 11t 1000 111*11011 1)11111, Iooookooo nIII 01110 11111101 00 011,Ir~ 0l0lkl~lfO;I. l~~lllY 1100, 1111001 t110 llll'IIl00 0110 IrrIy 1101 111or root li oo lloLn or llnorllInl lllr for a Flor parce l pt lehoard, ulg,ll itllllly bil oooood.g 11100r I JA\IIK 11 I10I~.LIN,7.lCn10p oil t or the oi terior. FOR NAEW YtO 0101I To l01 ilelrysdllkfonl. e sc TiH Jl s i ll ts uvon "nt oolrpoled ofthe follow ell: .h ll' II [ 11e11101 A. newI. Co Ioyl I l he1 put mint fur1111110 Fri or Ioigll 0 1100000 10 111 atojll. i Lotf g chip 1111 00pti 10ruk I 1 b u i, n ADONISo '" AIllLn. 0 ' nrlmga, Ia hawuy Hu tsile " :Irig AIEI)ICINIIS, P'AIN 173 AND u1I.S--5 ae i 1 '0lShaleperl ,]sillt25 ra I. lee b N ,o . I WI lli ae C os fo r O il 0 andriople t:otrmn, of ligh druoltn i wate, an OLlollo0.l'001o'lle*l' o Pl'l00 011010 13 bblo IIosol~l Ofolto 10 lo ee ma Ill ' td 3 dootoo dol 5 do Alnorool, Aio 2 Ones dl, 11001ma lllte. 31 olo I Ila.taOl s e Is Ilik ndo.lll llll`nvpue e Wollle Load 311 atosk Kog. L~iooro,' 001l For gnb by yAILVIs d ANoItEWiry sG l.or C~lllluoeoba &r Pllopifolllllollo IVIII'l2 LEAD, A(dEN(lY. rliFsllng riIlorll1 golrioedIIogeoO.'nl NVitlhlr t.ile, Cwnorl or con aI ns loogofl 0l111 loe sllsowill steltori for,,00 any ettersIb,0L a el orI ltoy OIIJlloiY Iotbleyo ut tIlloarIldofSosolrIloteaesreguaroallsiIolf 1000 ar11011 ukrll tie~rr the rune, loll the value thrcfrpry. ., ,I, _,o JA 1M it II 1llN-llalllm pB SECOND MUNICIPALITY NOTICES. ITAS Lrougli to the plice prison of the 2pd lluepi S i ipnliy,u egro gmrl 'naeird SAHItA, about 13 years sf ig'R; says she ibelont In Air Hunt. The ownerofi said sluve will plelae call, prove prop. ity, -pay charge, end take her away. H L HARPF.iR, 1al . Capltain ofdie laVtcll,. iL a ~stei aeind a geol e -aSendeoaniun Slit 6cine jeune etlgres o d'onviron 13 ane, not. m6o SAIIRA, olledit upparteonr h M.Hunt. I.o propiid.airoldis Idreis ensclave, at pri6 d e ti. nit Is reclamor an prouvant sa propuritl6 e enl pa-. yantl Ise fruis. T. HARPER, - il oct .Capitaine de Ia G.i!de. oljU'l(E.,'lte i uaderhigled,l having been duly aile pointed bI the Iloe riIlhe ibe Puri.i hCnmt in atid fir hg 1'Prishl lltd City oif See Olelen, Counniseioners ti eI'cointetIuIiable oeir dlmnlPe alnid eXlcnees toflin illk od continuong i.'l'llolle-rs stlret illnan srighl line lirlon iuelne Ito .nlleLlnl iao slruet, Ilnviee eud their eclilll atcin, Iluaileuil, nlid Ilio dietisited trle ienpy IhertonI; iogehllcr wtll the piea, ill thle ii, illf tpie Ilerk ,i' aild ctirl, tar dlie oin tipctiul Of all whuoe itl may And iaiblic notice is hereby gleen, inht said eslimate odit.sesamielt ill be priirS ntled saidi Ciourt tlo con lirmiatieon n u Wedcdey tlhe 2llth Novemler, 18139, end aii perlots iiiteterted ill plelonnl seiluatedro Stieihmns .tret or it viciilVni, or hereby nillified to InRke their objetiie, if any t'ee i hare, n llsid e*itit ' otl d aest s Inelt ilt ir before tilt linh day II Nolembero poi. Willicin I. Iloedge,) J. II. Ge ItieN Commissionleors. t31o. W.Ili,.ii T. Ilepp, New Orletne, Oih.f.lit, L1839. + AVIS. |"ES eouaisgnb nyant 6did duemnt nomlats per l I'honorablo Cour do Pureion, duaa etl ptllas t" paroiuale e villa dd Ia Nouvelle-Orldsns. contnllLs2. sionnairee pour eetitmer t Ovaluer lea dolnates ra t dipernse pour dinrgir et continuer In rue St. Thro. tlas, A lig lle droito de Ia rue Suzette k Ia rue An. nonciatiLa, ant fail leer estimetion ea naueelehinet at out d.toENd vitits copies, ainti quo lt piaes dron lI erefifo de I dite Cour, pour dtro iopetdoi fja " toi coeuk y iutdreldseae' Et avis public cat pale prdclnt donerm, qua I dite estimatiut ont aeoacSUlant. eraonl prdeenl4s i I dite Cour pour 6tira' ceofiritn ireredi, len,20 No. vembre 18:.9 ; ct toutse. perottlneis ioti6roates dane qualques prop.ri6 tdo asude ir Ia rue St.-Thlamsi. nu soni. voisineigo, snt par la. ct61ent notifils d0 faire leura objectiuos, rius aont, t cntt aesti-ma lion el asacsroient, io 9le.jour do Novetnbro pro. chain. Nnvllcie.,Onrluncs . 7 ectobre 1849. W. L. IIODGE, L A J.eo IGENOIiS, Cotmnisaioneires. otS 31o WV.'I'. lilE'P, A( di'lttl": 'u atmved hry'' aboilut 18.-ier l2l0 pers ageMi'tciienin;E io IulhIr2.:ln cnllupioe a ilh ll l ordioece of the c leil oie, 2 tI etll nt ciip lie, I shalill, s ihae i18h insl.t roceod t tih ci t publitc utliite, of iel thea betsls now Iv ei.gite lnveen, ii ou remo ye i'ieitronif0n ttine vin.l lo illal i alue. JNIJ. It o rLi''LtF, -lld h WVhar iiuingeri tll ultriipbliy y' Ariniuritne Ylllil,, Id h.lt,a ct Iunor. Coen l nllllnelllllllt IIo e ,-ll i,:l , 1 l. l to C lunoeil del I irllll citli jr lruiiiLe tlI. L'ent iii n tll d couetani It n."l .ietelutt lettihcur la . re lovill li iUi els pea I0 _ w__il _Rnin'f ld C eIIla'pl'. I ASh luoilghi I iti pouned oftlilhed wcrd, god A sielrrl stlltI-.,blind, a slar Oil tir faiel abitut 1. The owGir of asil property will pleae call at ther polnld il'he i wardn, rd ihllyi.ihlhIe, e-itullte at Ihe cnlerllur o1' Ih~lliliiidi Anlnioclinh.l cOluy cll, iirle pro ett pray iir elllr. l, t Iwr a hn i w If 191. ll l tl r l' lI)PI . Iil: l , )h'I 6 l," e ,ill be sold at oPr ' oo b Ib 1' At GuilhtlI, pr Ills unc .. t ..i.... , J 1. \\ 1.NI, , eI, ieut. ,t .2de. tluuicilr litl", u , J11IMENTi corel, aeyant one toide as front. ape pea 15 ltita de iltt. Le iiroprldtiro eet prt6 de nenir Is rdelaner ace - pIot du 3il . district doe I Seconds lblunieiipalit. situ6 au coin lids rIou IRubin ct Alinlloeialion, an prouvalitrt pnrprrtc' ot lc payait lis frais. } Si d'ici au 19 octobru prochalni, lle 1'dteit pea reclait.c, ille sera l dit jour vetdue I'ecllan par I'. A. Gutllotte, encunteor, cnfonrmcnent a Ia loi. 7 oct J. L. WIN'T'ER, let. Lieut. ` d E R E llroulht lu to I)ii h e o nli ill uF lie d a iuuml t iltlety, t pe lulltowtng s r des dtvi: Ar negro rIant IIIIIIPII t'tilbuto bot 30ttr :.2 yenrsof age. s" s s 1.0Ie l ne)I II , ,lirs Jlolrll. A\ .ii. gilt ultlllld Betasty, elbout 18 cr 20yeins oe age i, e ll\ s hli i t ri te I e , .ucre ' c thr llhll dovet will ipease call at lte tric rt, p rive riPrlv, Iit.iit-rlone, ad lakie thceu .wny. I It,. II I'Lli,flct.ctati f tle Webail. e1 w ir aii t Ii IU t. 3,l II .iL IL a elf ',tlldutl/ ii h..el do Police Its .a..g S Icondod lunlcipltth, i escsclno a , lulelite, en il Itbgre nonlTintlEN. ag li'environ 30 ou la32 it, tU li dlnant ippartelir h M. Joii.le. 1lue grill ilOlu i ulietecu letay, cgdo d'en.iron 18 i 21l anc , elli, e lit libitll i ,llruprii ta rlces dilt IesIeloo.nn slnt prid. tie I3a T. II AlIl':il, c li. de la Garde. I l1h , a lvteul ic l iiit, i in uot I'id ,, I oul 3i '_iesr , .l g,, ay S1 11o hte 'i,,rI , Ib . l to1i c S Trhu: -1-l r " .l,.,1 s g,. ..+Il pit n.,,g li ll t i the ils ilol, jprouve pnlrierly, pay clhnrtii ii, ii,,ni t hler ia). It il.i '1,;111, _____________ _ ' \iiih \'lacih hIgh, I.,, hlbu f..,i whItll , witl a it t ri, cut lon oL n e n. "' ow.., ot ..ld hors, will 1.h1s. carll at tIe !' ,unid, p,.. 1.,, loerl? , a" a.'nr'ew and tae Intu away no Ilr II.ltr Sattllullrtlv he 1i.ith .rim . wh ' wll br e W L41 I.ld at auctiuol y nI (I l . Iti, publie slui. ,ser. II IIAIPhI'EI, (;.pt.ioftbe t\ aIck. sept 5 Per 'Tl't11 ) IIARIIL R. Eli '.. broaght to 1h," P,,lt, Prnso of ,he Ad Ma VT mpllhty, the f.lowing liav.. viz : A negr ilall Iuied Jacksn, i.boute 81 yeats afge, Ssays he beloings Ito Mr. Howell. A iulttol bi null, Jo,ul,. about ten years of age en. l s lhe leiou+_, e I r, Jun. u SA n regra l'l }mlle | June, about 18 rears of age,asy. A lrg:o girl IPulad Mnrguant, about 18 years of ago. hnvmshe I hngie tu .ar. Flrat ,iid. t'hbe owners of anid slaves will please call at the pri. tv ,fi the 2II itMniciplality, pruve properly. pity chrge antid lake thel aicay. II S IIAIRPER, aitg 29" Captain of tis Watch. N 'P NT t. unte.ihcs t hi geois de la Scotle AlM.ici. - Unae rultcte+ noina, h AlELL. sNe d'eovtrie tnn sie din dplapltuenir 1,t. |Ir. Aatoiio. lIn p.gre tiomi ANPIII()NY, age de 60 an s die.. nlll ipputtenir At Mr M.oris. UtiP neerusste oaoaiwt ELIZABETH,ageI d'etaire ,10 ens .e di-ant uppartrenir A Air Mlrrig. Un jee etigre nsualk MICHEL ag dedenvirn st l.et I t, ietaires desllt esclaves, arnt pHrn de vsnis lea rtitree ern peavet lee (rtis. H. S. HARPER' JIt " Capitaiae de Ia Gardl N olnCE-Wais trutei tip by the Polite ir the oetipr lunicipalit y rt luran tlit hist : ounetd intre le ptmase tinll of a runawny i egro, itill) chain gang of nsajd Mla nicipalit,. A un ij"' eynt lierce lhut fifteen hands hieh, lti hind legs whlite,and blid of one eye, and mris, a ('art No 731. L'Ja owner is reqreated toi eollne fornr,prove proper. ty, pay eharges, and take thel away. New OrleatnaJuly 71th 1839. Fl.S.HARPER., Captain of Ihe Watch. AVIS. Arreti par la Polic den l Seconds l suni. cipalit6eI 9 e urant, trouve entre let mnai.m do tepee marron, qua I t'uii des furcatelodit Me. nieiplaht6i enl 'et' hnyo claire quinte pauss de haut, los deli. , .ou. delrribm blane, et mea. ansi qu'u Wt ehr.utt n. Ndu. 731. n au ptlprietutrc v:iellraisi poravcer a propriet payer le tratint ut lea retiree. II S lARIPERl. Captittine de Watclh. aT.A'r ael d l.eiino -.onuiverc-nr anno of P.r .i Orleunsi-Ni. llIFeltnk Wl.lion llli all mtaioI eta lady vs. It cre teliltrs. The cr iresa ot Ih. petlititne+ or' ne iflltrd tt olmlVP r it.r o l| itt OI 'hiTllrtudity she ]711 l)l.-lobe, lrlex, ait llo'itehr k it. I. to . hlw cauoe wiv.,.y Ite .ill..ar o ..... h,, t I... l he O nbenefit of lh lalws m de i fr tile lelielf i in"ol- Illl dehtola i actullal |eultt.ly, eTAl iO tleOII tlnlia rll judicial aproceeding A Cgai ns t I I Pi, per .n tll( pnl t e rl e a stay 'ed. i:y order al the coott. tIl). (;AI{DEREt Clsrk. Nttw Orleans, Seipt. °if, li29--tlwlTlt7et. 'PTAT i DIn - O-iatNt--i t,, . Ni. 102--rlrank Wilron atiusllomient dIte. nI nuetre nes o craneioer-Lta creaneiern da pdti ltiolt iro Soitt nut , do cot iparul.rc eta sour ouvertet Jeudi lo 17 d'Octobrl prochain it 10 houres du tnuatin, pour faire valoir leaur reismes 'iles itt tit, punaquOi It I dtitionaire n'aura pas lI hdnfietco dos leia, pour voair au aectura doe dd6biteura ilsolvables en d6tentiot acuetllo, at en I atettldallt toute ipouruito contre a personne at ea propridi.ds sen t atrr6tis. Par rde dci a counrt ED. GARDERE, Greffer. Nouvello Orl6anst Sept. 26, 18:19. I't l' E Oe L.IOUISIANA-F. irst Judicril taerit CI, CiImt-S I lpag,', vs. ids creditors--tt he t'esrio IS i 't I'ae's prollerty, haiving hitl aceepted by she Court for Ihe Ielllft of hllis erdilorst It is ordered that SInteeing iof his suitl cueditrs, do itk pkeal atal tie nfice ol'J It tahrks Esqa. 'tuttay ituhlic, tt onT'hllray. ithe 7th ofi Otohetr n.ext at 10 o'clock A. M. for the IpUarposofl delbct tilg Iot Ihe niuirittuaiil Page,; mmd ill thIe nl llim ali tll Juhcial Iproceedliings gnatmtl li. erson altd properte, ae stalyed. 13 J lutwnll Eaq. is tllioiittl tee fetet to tep htnihe cbsel Eediltors ill thi Wlitoes the Iln. A 11 Blohinann, judlge of the Courl afiurtsaid, this WLth plSeplnner, 18:39. a17 1t7 o P ,litIANC Dep. lehrk. -'TAI' DELA LOIJ-ANI.-.our de DI, trict du pretmier Distrotl Judlciaire-S. 11. Page cotrte se crdtLoiera,.La cession des pro. pri6tbs do S. II. Page ityaot did aeccpt6 par I] Cotr pour l'avantato do ea crda.teiers -1i elat d. erdit6 io'ute anumbtildt dta di s tcranteirs ait lieu atl grelh tie J. . IlMarks, notaire publio, jeudtll 1 d'o.'toh e prtphain, a 1].9 houres du mats, afin de d6lilthror ur atelg alElires d., dit Page, e at n attars diutl IoutiC procedure cotra ai pornoane at /ea pro, tridtdta trut auspettidut, J. P. Csnwoll eat mLamte pour re:presentter'lat crenlciers abnsa. T6toin I'honorahble .. M. lBuchanan, Jm1ge de e dltn 'ollr, c . 13 eptIaIthlr.8 (. ss9. 1I' iEBIAN(, Girlel,,

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