Newspaper of True American, December 2, 1839, Page 2

December 2, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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F RUM CARROLL7'O· FROM NEI' Oa.CAI.. lbac Cr 0al o'clok A.ML. oarsLcoarat ( u'ol,,k A.MI Looaoooore; E I0ucutnotive, 1 1 1 II 121 - Al. I -_P.M. i 2 - P.nl 0 - 1 110 Be (horCar,  t 9 lra a, l 4RRPvNvdEm KRvl FOR SUINDAYS: The tcn ril! Iouvo at tII, e 'ant Ilto- a. in the ,ody Oullltl I o'clock P.MI. whellct a Loc.Illmr t ill lrave R IT0 1 ,veryr 1,ntil 7 o0'lck, LI11., aod New Orleo,, lellry Ihouor u11101 001110k 1P.M. An EXtra Horso Cor can he ''l1,ed 1 Ifore1 i'? n', I,. i P.M., bry Paylne, 5 d0101rs ror tot Trip. All, 10 ,,'ol,,k 1 . o I. It dollaro ill lIohe r Clmd. Pere,,.. loiig by lte steam Car lo 1, poolide thrmoo.vat .Ili Ticket, as lhln ca,,dl~tnr has positive llUtiuut not to receive moor} )illn Ilc Itheret: TIlE JACKSON AtI) LACOURPE STREET CARSO I.eave the brad or J slokl,11t00tatIl. 1,'lock A.MI., C,,l.,I 'ltet1 u0l u0 :k. At looy -putt 7 ''dark they ml''nll too Ill01 IlI1 ltt e., evry haIo l It,,,,, util P1,0'111 ck to Atl , 1.oot 00111101100011 000111 a i10'llj,,k I t' II 'okte. LIar will learn there 1t n 'cieck P.M.. tH I*Illll~41t I. 01u1y10npr.te1l1I0 00l10, g Oter illVo~l 1111 their fi11t op1101 he otto llio,0, or 011ol10 in thI, care, when holies 0rt pre000. 01fi0. N,,orlmllo, .f Onlrrnll0111011 October ?d,1. 10:11. JOIIN IIIAII'oON. ChiI! Eboo.,',ar N. 1. { C. 10.l0 OftIt U LI. 'I'llN Lt LAVAUI) ha ith 11 Il1,1 or illlurilling doly ftior,, J 'l1I the pulllI inl gonIeral, 0111 hr h1 taken tile Horrl at Car,,lltoý, whnre lj tru0t01 li0,10ill receivI Iolo calls of his 1 o I. } ,Fend and all l 10er11f 1o11d cfeLr. P'rivate Illrrils 'i i!l hr 5-u1, l!?·lolllly providedlrl fru~by pFlo tg little notj1ice hli0,llanlt. He is willing11 Ite 0te tutu arr00101r0000 with aoirsrllol or illdividuals desirous .,f nag 11," the 11111011r t C(orrlll t,1. 1,12 OFICE01 F TH0E F0REMAN'S 10SU010CE Co. OF Noto ORL0ANS. 411 HE ltockhallleooof thlis COllIl1Oly are elrOby no0. 1 tilled 111the 1011h inftallelnl 11 their st~ok in duo1 001d payable on tlhe lth ofl October next, tr th. uIfict, of ilhe Coomjpanoo s.pt 12 E L ''IRACY S$l0 REWVAR-Ii,,,anooon the 1 at No. lirh101d French, 'god hntooo r 11 ve10 I 's fret lor inchllesyhigh,.,rOalndhicl k art Rtnalnl eyes, plrominent ii Trelteild, at ultra and freFre got ado wa Ie .1,..tn iltyl, 0pell 0f 00i110,,,01 01,111 LriklIl,·,,.o o I,,o,,l FEItINA2II1) LE Ott I No 1133 tIplloirlr at MAlYORttIY OF N:EV OIRILIEN 11111E r1iceof flour 0 h0 .1.1 thisd1 y $11001.00.r C.IIIln (t lie baie3 wll RavOe.3 Rrcnild Illlity, Of ofl tine, fo)r ten1 crIIIR· shall w'eiglt let p'er cent ln0r1. vie: 43; ounces.I~ l =aC. (i EN'Oi.-:. Mayonr. S.,vaV .i ' IlO :SAL.--Al- u il likeilky ilanlnrr girlg, algedlii i9 yoear. n rv m.l crk, or-e 'peior wnher, irlner ail ltohmrable ,.eIIfireoa nllJ broinese ervtlat, soleI oedieht rlJ g-oodI tempered. 'I'llsn nbove sirn.nllt wouldn the ailtt(idi li ilii ill aI fam ily, iat i ti sold beca ius her 0wn er s desir()h. o1 paying hin debts Appli y to . th ditjr of tkje 'r4 ++.1mrernCtt. ' ii. _-5t [P".t''esrl rdav plyle iolreietlle wlo diii isin to vent Iliv spleen-,;poll on. n hootI Ile bated~, but (]nerd notl~, firLe", ilJ'el.el i fiotl' ed tlverti in ,lle ,t ill tlhe Illleitni 'onird hilllw, It is eirtinily n Iei nill dirly rick- thalt any inn l "ight Ilyv--lhal mn gentiema wii be nlifty if--ii Villniing IIli lk of sense annd ickli ol cliiiliig.-Jliniinii, 21lN1 ist. $1(10 ltik tklRT). IIE ilcve rmII nd willl bi panild"o inin rnniion, itna Twill lead ti. thel oonlicltHio . ilife personl or pe r. s;onls whollr ( lP IsId al eiIi'iInniii IOI be iisierPei l ii tie NSw Orleans CoiininiiercI IBlleiii, inf ioh 1!h1 illm pltipini ihit the Snlu..cl er n eneledi i iu o cii , i ner.+hi whii it ,lo Iharreit andI nthrs l unter alles. s tyl of Feurgay, Blrrelt & Co., filr tle I iiarple nlfnerrving on heihnbllkilns oif n laving-no lnch l:onnecin n haiving been formed N. B.-Tlhenleridnnigd tnd aks lisi npportniri of in. fitrlnint thi Ite bhio, Ihlt Ihe sa not cll rIn-Iled in baUsill e f" nnil kind, teep it i int his irothier, n 22 .AM_ UEI, L. FUOiGAY, 59 MAagnzine st NOTICE.-- - ITTh rTn ilnllers Iif St. Piirclk's Congregangin are hIernlv reipectfully nolified. thait Illeerv ic will bie Ier. fiennind iionne of Mr. E. E. Pairker's Inew Iluildilns i Jntfli t lree i bietwen /ihlgizine anid l uchir strents until further nlotice. 1i J Jlllll Lt N PalOor. dIRIFIPI I~lllII.. C in.l Sn, NOr ....21 . \\inlllnnlnfl Nov ...... Now ' ork ii, i .......... li0 in lnci i., : hl .......... 1 I'Ihildlehlph.ll Nov..... .....I I ILouisville, do .......... 16 tl~liuhmln~r dSin...... .i iniiili1 i --ulti llllh ii ............2 I. t . iiiir , dio ......... . ilI nnh do....... 16 I Liverpooi l Ol t l ......... I lionrelol ( eta.) do ..... 1 Ilri++ dO ....... . Ilola . NSv.............. II L1 .. .... . Nashville, do ...... ...... II illl do...... ....1; Niniid ~ iI thin, In........ ) [OIR'' OF NEWV ORLEANS. CLEARANC;S Norcmnner 3hi, IP:19. Ship Ciavaliner, Priine, lvre, L. I Gale Ship IlUidIon, P.e. Ilasre, 'I -iI)p Dmnacuse. liili, Ilbwre, Grra bro Ilarqu Fanny, Liiverpoll do lartque Indiin, I.udzm , In renPnIle, J (Jinrmd .r Inarniue ilo, l:urllm. I.iverpnllm Tn (' J|nklj.s Iarqle Nan gden s I'Senrll, i l.n It. ;riniii a eo Iarga u Sophl. ia, :ItvuIIll Sr-idi u Wernter ~I IItd pckLet CaioeUl. .bi. .. WVinello, . ... '.... `Haillh - {'unf% tihe.s ARIuIVAI.S N e llll l 1hr: h. i::+9 'Inow 'Iot 't!iot. Clrkr. f irom mihp piei , Ih:1 vll, I lrd, e I mle l lllhllr in. . rll . Ihie it iii mu ill II Ill' IIi t ie -ht hi 'irni . eoan P'Iiallllaild Indh. u Sh e .("i the bar odd thI I2ll ll tii o. ;..~flll tow he,,o IIllt|-i,l Dalee, frm hf. pn-Sel. h: yj , re N nl nnl I . ilh hlr t ,i ri i nnln.m lrln y I wiy ., i thi C ll l. IL Uil'lln.o.k lt mihr &new lnnid.n SIeIII towI h t .';hrlrk. Mlarll'n "rom air th . - hosving lpr. 'ee ld Ied o ee will' Ilef tIan rreurne d to tile city willl it • "lI Sen; lea 'I'ow Iia "I'.ik ....nr n .....i n rn a hn n .nn Ii ~V in . p r ase o e np d no i iher .. i ll h e r lo w ,in i l n ienr no tn e in ln iin Ii t .nnlll in pin .P aln 1i i tiO ni. " "bit1. .mlnpihiin........ IthlnIi frmll N Yi.rk Ptlevl.h p Naltchoz, $wilhr. froee H.v.an. ,ip I'arthl olllln..Nowell, fnee New York hpniip ihrarmk morln, Kiimnn f"i isn. -hip n'iOihiii . Clarke. frimii I'hiiaii e pmlin Slimp Ni. mar., Cole, froini I'llhldelihlmi. l1ilp lldmrn, Itiil. frlni N ni burryniort .tihip.Erho, t Ioweli, "Ilnn Naw York Barqu e ipllnnlIi Niiwelln, froNw inYork Iturque I len ltnrn. INyniiaufroln Ne Yiri ilig Couier,. Atkin,. Mno-'ai S'ehr New nrlaeleld, I)wionir, Gatestn Sie Kn-ciu kio. Mui , nin Vermillionn, i nnmrtr SellJolly Sailur. ........ fro.I tialvestoe to e Inrltr, teanl, r ltnBel i iMi-V,uri .............lfl S i uulon Ntealer (Chefokee. Hornne, th1 I'aluca ,.t,'amt'r Phillipile. Smlith, fin PAlilldoetaol'. Planleati )11 Snl.llnor Gim.mon........... fmi Louism ille `tr alner Clarksville, Ira I1, [ilt Milln' I'oillt reamner Cindere.ll, Irwin, f'i Lt.lle Sork samller Ilannihal, radni.nl, fni Al' nndrl a Steamer M.ijePtl-. Morehousn , i I iikn. Cllvinr I , Dcember I,39 Il, hrig Aalunsta. Law y f, om Ja innici| AiL .l.l Iti nilii .A ifil. f tol l ' Vela 'no n S.,itp i+ hamli. i ( " , lirmii i liot, d Rlphia Ship Edlnuud Parktiln. l ll. fin in ilew YIork (tteam nr Paul Jolle. lholn:,nim n, . fill natot iign . I M PORTS I.I-No arrival foi ma trdlzy; enln.ege.ntly, o imlup,,rts t RE(E[P'Ts OF PRODUCE Ratna Rb.ur-Per sIenllIr I'aul Jones..Carno 14 lbre rot ten Bucrke, \Vatt t e 57 A Rirardi, a cn, 5 hale. (i M I*e, %! A I.e~loul A a, 1 o aldwell v Ihtckey :'6 illllr le$ ather, I5 hale. cotto+.Laure I bro't, GIu Id sonar. J ! I....rleh A co 01 Follllll, ont11, - A' Depolts. 13J ytaelil; (J,i T+ ylor & Gar. Hinert. II l Whlile A c, 1allGourdaI' 6lS elt, 001(1 n$ to o illero board. PFASSENGERS r rtieilu p.Inl Jm ,inl..a lil PJorter, L.J laje lle, C Jlirn,. 8aataia. MEMORANDA Inlsm YorkNiN,l t 9.. l4. 4l h Si Sn . er,.i , Carnell, New ilAnmnl, i imvnlliire. Warri, N Hmrle.nn Portlaud+Nov I i...Cld ftipea Uafued, RillllilA, N eY Or. 4e unl: New York.Nhov 8.. Aar Ship India, Welt, fmn tlh eatn, iotk3dl Sblh Nov. i:aloa LeUedderN Orltalls PnrtllrdNor I;..4ld bkoqun P+tllOuolh, Davit, for New Or fiuu.; hiiiLgmru.nn TarhtirIlnyit n n Hisa 1iil. Mngr..Cld -imi liu. I'it, llu, Neiw O'lel ni l l Wl. iiii.i. &G iiir rigrl(ai n n lieki & m-ll te . 5Ha in., .T=hoal-lIMltnh 12. 81i 9ill, ,Lip Ellwiri. ur ili.oou; N.,¢ S0NO; I Ith. UzonrEt. IlSler, N O. Biuilsmm -"". Hroiui n . N O i n S i,..Cd bin 45 tIate Si rSmpnni Ja tlVYI No 0¥ •.. lt" ig. luilaI*', ":harlieteal; Fahnll, llr, .w Onvsna , -Onlm.n. Nniy I..yrr br1i'Angi, N rllu.l . nomtou. No 14I..Arr Cip Prdoiutd, FuRe. N Ol'eaa.n; Srin '(o IRyan Jirdon.Niw rleltW i SIld b pS, tl'lIn h (Slnd ) nNSehrnon..nn L 'lramer Ws'l'r l - ].te l s[, repel =lllrr RgHf lterank. Phtmlrt d reir n,I.lhi Fqit Ati:ul. imlnlt Dnllr IIil- uSn n. enk is ilfuura nlllllwl Iwt.-r fi+s .in4 Cl • Iniiin mn• mn ii A. ITHFI L AND ~01D.1 : PUBLIS~HED Daily, 'ri-WVeck1y & Weekly. MONDAY, DECEMBER2, 1839. READING, ROOM LOAFERS. Although nothing is so rare as a reading rooeam in this city, ours andthat of the Merchant's Ex change being the only ones; yet nothing is so com. mon as Reading Room Loalbrs. We are fairly bothered to death by them, and lave tried every means imaginable to get rid of them; yRt we no sooner cut down aone, than, hydra-lhke, two appear in his plane. Like Proteus of old, thay as sume every shape and colour. We no sooner get rid ofone, than in pops alnother, not even possess ing, like Paul Pry-"jrut stepped in-hopo I don't intrude." Ulnderstand us--when wo say loafer, we mean him who enters the room without a regular intro duction or without becoming a subecriber, agree. bly to our terms and the rules of the room. lie whoi would fain miake use of our capital and labour rwitbr out invitation, permission or payment. A fellow who would use thie fruits of our industry, without giving us either thanks or remuneratiou. When we say loafer, we mean a practical agrarian--not in thle division of labour, but in the divisnon of the results ofthe hard work of others. We mean a fetllow who lu tIl close to theo wind-or, nas the French sailor wrrld say, "'ri vnr ILOA.Ea R contrre verlaet marie." One who stands at the lunch and dines, without t.uying a drink; or, %hatr is wormG, who reads daily every paper in town, without pay ing for any. The other day, Loaf:r No. 1, walked into our room, took hi seat near thl fire, sitting cros.wise, so as to keep olfurvery one else, seized tile Spirit of thoe T'ims, and amused himself for at least an hour over its ever interestil.g and racy pages. We were in our Sanctum, when one of our subscribers camno 'Touncing in, exclaiming, "Damn it, Gibson, I shall have to . subscrliption-I can never see tie papers I wishll fr. WVl.re's the Spirit ofthi Times?" We\V.jmed up to search for the paper, and, after going round the room, we noticed No. 1 intently perusing some abseobing item. Seeing at olceo, that he was not a sbsEcr rr, we walked ul. "Ar you a subscriberto tIhe room, sir? ' said we. "Subscriber?--rooml!--uh........'ll b dameod if I all--WVihy I only coain to see about the last race, in iho Spirit here llav'i you heard which horse beat- may win yet."--"And we may lose a sub scriber. Be so good, sir, as to give up that paper -if you wish to read it, or remain heoe, you must pay the usual subscription."-"Pay to stay here? why I don't see any board nor lodging, and as to your fire, it would'nt singO the hair ofl'a tarrapin. Pay indoed," said the fellow, walking off, "whry I can borrow all the paper lover want to read." Exit. Next comes Loaoir No. 2. "Hlave you got any Philadelphia papers here?" enquires he. ',Yes," we reply."--"Well show me one if you please." Witil pleasure; we take sebscribers monthly at one dollar?" "Ob! I spose yo s do; but I don't want to stay a sooth, I only want to see a Philo delphia paper."-- "Vell you can't see it, unless you subscribe." "llow uncomolnodating the New Or. leans people are," observed the chap as he with drew. Loalbr No. 3, is a sneaking fellow--he slips into soene unfreqllenlted corner of tile rooml, and there devours every scrap of news he can lay his eyes on. Literature, science, polities--all are the same to him; the must read. lie is a conscious thief he knows the rules of lthe room, understands wthy they are establi-hed, but can't resist the temptation -fate has marked him to be a reading room loafer. We have kicked hitm ut of the room a dozen times; but heo still returns lhke Foscari to his na. tire Venice "A kicking, what you will, so it lie here." And so on we might go to the end of the list; but we will content ourselves to-day with oIserv ing, that tile ostablishmecnt of tieo reatulig rolO, cost us thousands of dollars original investment- thlat our montshly expenses are very heavy, and that tihe gentlemen loafers must excuse us for not giving them the freedoml of the room. If we did, it we were not rigdl in enforcing our rules, we would soon find a gratis reader for every paper, and the bona-.fide mloney.p:ying subscribers would be forced to evacuate, for the sheer want of a place to sqsueeze themselves into. Real Estats Lotteries- -i our remarks in oar paper of Friday last, in relation to these lotteries, in expresing our conviction ofthe fairness, more particularly of that of Mlessrs Caldwell, Oakey, and Plitchard, we did not intend it to be understood as denoting the fairness of that of Schmidt and Ilamilton. The truth is, we may have been some. what biased by our friendly feelings towards Mr. Caldwell, but I saides, we were not then so well acquainted with the naTlirs in relation to the lottery of the former firm. The attacks made against these gentlemen more particularly, has drawn the attention of many persons to the subject, who other. wise would have continued to treat it with neglect, relying upon the known good character of all en gaged in this affair. WVo have ourselves given the matter sonoe attention, and hlive, moreover, made enquiries that has satisfied our mind very clearly; first, that the lottery is got up in good ftIith ; tiat it will moist assuredly toe drawn; and that the prizes will be paid, to those who hoold the fortunate numbers. As to tile character ofllr. Scehmidt, it is unne erlsary for us to say nlmore. than that we have known himn a long time, that he has many friends in this oity who hol(d h tn in great esteenm : that he has relitions who have been long residents of this city, of high standin g and greal credlit. It is not strange, therefore, that Mr. Banks should, to obta i no end hieh it was well known, ie has long mnost ardently desired to extricate him self front the firor of tile bhanks, pursue the courslie he has of disposing of his large property by lottery, when it is well known, that thei great value oftwo parcels ofit, coull not be disposed of in the n dilnaiy way. The idea was suggested to him, and having full confidence in the capacity and itregrity of Mr. Scehmidt, a contract was en. tcro t into before a notary, with all tihe forms of law, and with every regard to the interest of tll the parties, and to the seourity oftlhe pubho, with. out whose confidence, the bchenme could not bt carried into effect. To insure this confidence, it was stipulated, that all monies, as fast as received, arising from rile sale of tickets, should be immediately deposited in certain banks, under the joint trusteeship of Messrs. J. B. Perrault and A Bouduiti, two of our most respectable citizens, and whose namles alone should be a sufficient guarantee for the fairre.ss of the wh'oe project. T'he agents of Messrs Schmidt and Il.tmilton, in the other states, and in foreign counttrtes, have, we learn upon irquity, been selected with t'.e greatest care, and regard to respectability and safety. They are, in tihe United States, Clshit:ra of bnltas, or Merolhants of weaith and respecta. hility, recommended by the first commuerciat houses in our own city. Tickets are delivered to vondetrs only when their value is paid rt,,ii ; and the aintontst thus received are paid into banks to the credit oftlhe New Orleans banks, where it is re. tained until the comnletion of the drawing of the lottery. The names of many of the agents have been submitted to us, but it wouhl be highly imt. proper to make them puolic, because thie sale of tickets of fobrign lotteries is in most states prohi. bited. In Mexico, England, France, Holland and Germany, agerts have beoostbthlishled and they all tcsount, and at short periodrto Messrs. Baring, Brother', Lonjon, and Jaocqreg Lafitts of Paris, who keep thor proceeds c oft'as, until the further sale of tickets in Europe ii stopped, when the Trustees here draw for the amoun,, W hove taken someno lpaina with th is' dtject and o edcpid n much spae in commn l justice p to tahoee nonoornod im these lotterid. ':Wo have s always ihad full eonfidence isn thenrm dirolf and .b have always thought, liat tlhe only danger of lois i was to be incurred by ths parties thomselves, cer- h talnly ,not y -tlhe public. As to the petty charges against Mr. Schmidt, I not paying his printe:s bills and all that, we have I nothing to say. tie owec us nothing, although we a have advertised a good deal for him, and if he did and rteused to pay, Ihe could be coerced like any other man. Conglress leets Ils day. It is more than probable, there will he a row on tie opening and organizing the House of Representatives. The seat, of fiv Whig amelbecrs, froln New .lrerc,y .,re contested, by ive Loce Feo%, who threaten t- o ploy tile tHtrrisburg game, and not .it four a decision oa the disputed claitcs to the cats, lbut rush in,beaked by a nmob, ana take thee by fore. iThe \\'ig members have the certificate of elec lioen are fairly returned, nild have atl undoubted eight to their seats ard vote for tponker. It is the dut? of the Illouse to refer the laie i of i the contesting io' ai'e Ilers to clllllittee FCr exa nination, ned to repot on them. The llous then decides on their validity, and tawards thll sets to those legally enotitled to them, Swhether it he the sitting nlemers or tlleir opponents. Bout it is intimatedl froit various quarters, that the Ioco Speaker. The Ilnuse is s nearly divided OIltwct n tlhe parties, thst four or live vote=, either way, will tllrll the scale. Thile Locos will make a desperate pcush to L carery their olan for Speal, er and they ctnllfilellntly assPert, that thew will doit so ! fis can onil be done t v ic L lence; ned if he Whigs stand firm, as they no douIt e will d, a scene will l ibe eonacted, Ite, like of whic'h ha a never ccrred in our Nationel Legi-ature. We ho-e c we Illn v be istaillen it, the signlls of he times. I addhlitiion toi lth albc e, (. J. Inge-rsoll, I,co Foee,, who fill short of Mr. Noalur, Whii , nlilne huIoilred-I or l sone thousand votes, aillns the seat ill plreference, lllld Lol of then iacey ge it te to Washilgton and seleted their seatc. sir. Naihor hs ic c erlificate, anl was elected 1 -over Dlr. Ingersoll by a large - mjority from Philadeli r phiaounty, and yet the laltter has resolved to lhave the sit:t noae as roens. f Ileee-lle pretty certain that F. '. Pickens, Ioflnth tr Carolina, is to be tlthe loco o oe cccclidate for Sipeker. Holland's Benefit ,on the last night of the li'tlo Camp. was a bumper. We won a bet of master George, upon the occasion. HIia modesty would not permit him to hope for muore thtan $700-and we felt certain it would exceed eight; we just men tl tned the fact, that it might not be forgotten when we present our personal draught upon his - wine collar. The perf.rmances were very Ispirited, and in Frightened to Death, ovely actor did his part. Mrs. Dubar sang well, and Debar played well, and we lauthea most immoderatety, the best sign in the world that the piece was ef fective and well played, for we seldom ever laugh, and since we have been turned out of office we don't laugh at all, unless it is at the other side of our mouth, which is rather a gloomy laugh. Wanted--about two hundred subscribers to our paper, and about as many more to our Reading Room. None need apply, unless they have got the means of paying -Also, any number of advertise ments that can be furnished, at the usual prices, and something less, if we can't get more. Michigan.-Thlis state has gone for the Whigs entire it seems. There are elected a Whig Gov ernor, (Judge Woodbridge,) a Whig Senata, a Whig Ilouse of Representatives, and a Whig Sen, aloe to Congress. Well done Michigan. Opelousas.--George R. King and Caleb Swayzd, Eelqra. are candidates for the legislature, in the parish of St. Landry, to supp'y the vacancy of James Morgan, Esq. who has been appointed sheriff. Messrs. King and Swayz6 are .oth whigs, and the contest is very anmnated. Jacques Dupro , the senator firom Opelousas, has given his support to Swayz6, who is lthe relative and has the warm support orfThomas II. Lewis. King has obtained the support and influence of nmany of the strongest men in the parish. He is very clever, talented and popular, and will probably be leclted. Portrait Painting.-WVithin a few days, a young man, a raw Yankee, has arrived in our city, to try his foirtune at Portrait Painting. Weo lave had manny artists among us, some good, others exceed. ingly had. The gentleman we now speak of, is a lIr. Jerome Tholmpson, whose studio we have visited, and who exhibited to us several of his pic. tures, which we consider very far superior to those of almost any artist who has preceded him,. Among others, we carried offtwo-the one a per. trait ofG. N. Reynolds, the projector of the South Sea Exploring Expedition; the other of young Cranch, son of Judge Cranch of Washington city, celebrated as a young American artist. These two beautitul pictures, we have hung in our Reading Room for a few days. Mr. Thompson's room in No. 33 Royal stleet, for the present. Mr. Thomson is also tie author of a picture, very highly spoken of in the North, and which he intends to put in exhibition in a day or two. Tihe subject is a Circassian slave, just from thelbati, sitting on a balustrade, contemplating her own ate in that of a fly caught in the meshes of a spider's s eIb. From our Weekly Edition of Sunday. The Mails-We have, at length, the satisfaction ofannonncing the arrival of two oftho seven mails due. The dates from New York are to the 20th instant. eThe British Queen hladl not arrived, and if she starte.i on the fiost, as advertised, was out eighteen days. The news by this packet has been look.ed fr with gre.,t anxietyv, andl the general dis. trusse so ite .e.. ,lle lille! of, was expected to be, reli, ved by the tavorable intelligence she waouled bring. In New York on the 19th, there was a small advancgein stocks. Ilrge reattanesa wrelere made by tle packet of the Otha. Ilills on London were from S: to Si. The packet sgilp Memlphis arrived safe yesterday, with her lifo boal, inl this Port, after a passage of nineteen days. It will be recollected, that the Memphis was reported as slow, but her short arri. val will srhow that it was a mistake. Massachusetts Election.-Wo learn from thie New York papers ofthie 2Oth uat, thlat Judge Mar cus Morton, the abolhtionist and loco-foco candi. date for Governor, has a plurality of two hunaa dred and fifty to three huldrod votes over Governor Everett, and is probably elected. Thle scattering votes, it is helieved, are not suflicient to neutralize this majorily and nulliy a choice. Be it so. The Yankees are determined to drink their grog, free and unshack'ed by law--We say so too-We are equally opposed to late temperance and law rel - gion. It is doubtful which party has thle majority in tihe Legislature. 'Thero ore certainly sixteen wings and probably sixteen loco-locus elected to tile Senate, and eight or ten vacancies for want of a choice. The loeuse of Representatives is in the sare e predicament, On the whole, this is one of the most singullar elections on record. The fslteen gallon law seems to have inaioxicated the voters and turned the heads of the good people of thie Bay State topsy turvy. Even the pure pilgrims of Plymouth Rock, were drunk on the day of election, and voted for the locofaco and anti tifteen gallon ticket. Tribute to ltlrit.-During Iris absence. last summer, Captain llartwell Reid. was by some in. triguing, deprived of the office sf Superinten dent of the Pontchartrain Rail Road. Captain Reid returned, a few days.since, in the Louisvillp, and last night, having been invited to a supper by a friend; quite unexpeeted'y to himself hb found there assembled the officers of the coam. pony, who took ocgasion to present him with a very handsoome gold box, as a mark of respect;' and as a small tribute for hirs efaiciest services as an officer of the company. Need Books.--Johns & Co. have sent sm fromi the I preas of I1'. K. & P. G. Collins,. Philadelphia; I "Father Butler, and the Lough Dearg Pilgrims," 1 by.IW.. H. Carleton, to which is added National Tales. by Thomas Hood, 2 vols. Every Ir shmalt knows Carleton, the historian of their own Emoery aid I-le, and tfie reading public have had many an hears amusement willh his -Traits and Stories of Irish Peasantry." The present volumes are quite as amusing. BAl.TIM3ORE MAlRKETI-Nov.°i0. Fl,ur.-Th' e sales of Hownoed slvuet Flour, froma store ere ade mdunifl ajill lal week uip t veslerdav at $li 374. Sales ofse ,eral pare ls were then ma, atit .$i 31 l.4, no l, in clie0 IoWo illnalles $ 637 1.2 wvas obtained for (filvorite brnodsa. \We slae the stoe price this morning ai $6 31 to $O 37 1-2, and the receipt priceat $6 121-2. The lrans,.tiols lhis week have hIeen on a nmuch mlnaller seale Ithan lf,r everaul week's past. Oral,,.--Whela lcontlinule. without hlangs in prices. We ,lltS, etl. eretf,,lee, gIld "to svetv primne red, at $1 10 a $I 15,r TinferiTr it) good re&s ,t a$ 1 10. ee qut,,ol, eollolloh, gatd whi'e. a sf0 l1 a$t 1 andd priale fa,aily flr whites at $1 2ff i, $1 25. We quote new while corn at f it a 5 cents, and ,new vellow at 55 a 67 c nt. We quote lll whlike at 57 a 58 oensr, and ld yellow at lilO l t cents-sales of al these ild.srii wtitls it tie ql i ltoed i ts. .lels of Ilve ft i5 rlelti, and of oals at 38 a 30 ctse W\hiskey.Slork sa ill. Wle gqat, flhds. at 32

crts lllfvl Isr. a alll res at 34 cents. Wagon price ,ofblfls 23 6 fenv. Plrovisions.-We have hleard s f l no tranmactions i bar. rel prfl si.ill.. We conltinleI tIl linte Mess Iol3 k lit $lF, to l;I 51; Hlels ,eel at $15, N,. I it $13, nd 'ritfe flt $11. Tfhere ha, l)el-,, a gllod demfrln for |a call.alld sales of \VWstern to llnll extlellt have e lll e lito prices eolre lpondilg with Hi e tli i(tll f tilf, vif: --Priel Weslr rn -ff orted at 8 seltsa; dito sllro lit O a I leflls; Middlinges at 8 to 8 1-2 cents, ani shoulderas 7 o 7 I-`2 cents. L'HIiLADELPill. ll 1 AIlRKET. November 1911, 1839. FIo efr alf Mr-ll.--'rre ief flll II forl elOdIIltlean e. is,,g fur lout, writh flrthler saes for shfi;,e,,t tit $6 `'5 fer Ilb!l: fir ,nle on" taw, rlP tsf Sfi :374 per h ea fobtained ,'llrdt, 't, Tlll-d:,a hIlo ,.ea ask fI t,, I1 i5 to 371, witllh a ver/ small aIeck in the m Irket. Ive ti ndflo.r l.altf eI witahout hlngll . to. melll al, a if ev IMf,-lohlevs l' Pe yl,, Vaaln atn Sonohre i heat oa $1 1 11 a $1l , ,erl, Ihov-.\ sale t 7c t". fper hl.hf'l. t(orn-lhtt liftle o,f'the ff5 w crop e rrlm 7 , Stt pricels for I~l are gradually receding. Sals of old Soutthern fl it n] it fitI fulr yvilla,, and (ilt It. f1r white. (lta--Snles at 3"2l to 31 ts,. fr lllutherl Iby II 'lhisley.-W\ ear, e ,,, 1 ,hufef tgo ue ln pickel , afnd the dle.llallldhaw' been limited. " THlE MARKEITS. NRfW YOR Kil 416611 I'.. Ii. 70. Cohen holderls havm¢ IIIIIItleI to aderlll of 6:111, 1 to 11614,", a'll ,,ir sere i, 11 halt., l Poll at II ?li1 I I rent. "19 hi !11.iOi I ri 14 ,oI. i,, -~d liii ilo r. ('h reis u) lmI, fr S ol e 1 F~er at rr' t W .,teel, n has bran dull du,(l iog the illl three ·It ? amt Jill, b.. W heat. 71111 1, 1 i,,' i, iVr lrfi ((l , 41 .16 takl e -1 $1 Iirn per 4ii1,i~l i, to lll~ io S"'cr:i 4II iou lOll nn I, r ulln bushel Rarl I ykn held a "l 7 3 1 , ;,lid Itye t72,ahailrlunt o lit.equte, nt 70 u; 750 0' " 1 ' Cob 251 uls.iYlt 1i,,lio let 61 i,[ -.4 l hit M iiiia 16O I I} Al ieie o t7 ceullt - ih til'u.1.1 -fi r d1 . i. 2- I i ii j C L Nri SI i,, iI Ic Ii ii 2 6 F ul I - yii liii _, ri 44 0 I. 4l c. . I O i i u he c mo AU FA! Cforth prset wek I t. A nano ihiiaic 1 ) grn ni 1ir d.iiioyei. d1ii. ro Muuiiipof ds Mr.rk ay i LiAp s Fiparent oneioi of pioitin dofji fruid 1,Iii uioil',iu6 It biiiiii I ~"t.i. u le 16, he'mr L iiF iver-.Sl NIti.u.r1 . 11i.ii If. e M. 61 Phidul 1 2 51 4 J l 91~i (uiieieui :i: 'F F 4 1~~l, 117 l (, .c i ieliay . i :1 i Ii 5 4 'I' r-d . . i1 11i 9 i" 611161h ..i.ei a . 4i F 4JO sI 46 PHSSr ) H ,.uiiuuid iilrfeo~ini~, 9.it~xrhne39. 1' It M ILAW. Ng w Al ii tan, 51 Ied . 9 11 iig ' 11.i B i~ (Zaneh , N:11 FCIIN47 9IIY, l Fril . im, 20thi~ it-6 4 0 A 1 N ES26ukg ii, iie'iiRte Czt,166li:fii .i.¶ s (woi ~tiacqu 271h tetihi 0, 41i,9oA.i1h Apge, :t I V' r.'M 1128 er 31u 9st day 2 A. AI..,61 -cirt 11: W AIL-70 knhrg1ii ae ,esord Notnuc ht, t.h Nalils, of M i,6ayor Otu ihty ofe N~ew y N1)1111,.. 97 (iiuiujue D'Nos ome at = eaa nnn rqu))l lapohie c6ncciion. olfiv 11 3nvt t Ibis toil v.csct lak ,td NF CO.14I.1', 97 oo 7n goods er shp Niaeno. .'apt.Colefrom hiladlphia are torque lt d tom' ko known thei rrcidence Ili th will be tored attheir exense. N CO ILY ce. 1' e: IlitldaI I. AW.l ch \gi e le nol,;, i srd pila street. Consigners wie llli please ahead nn th~e Levee tor ll thle Iriiaei ls of their o loroa fn Nli • .ubst~rihei- to Friday evetlning=.Rttlieo91 1 Nuvembher" last, the boy GEOI'G E, t1rml rly' .loanging 1o Messrs. iHlenry and Laurens,'and foir the.las two ypers driving a secvlenget's rat for thle Necoi. ll Iticipality. George is a" fine lookioe boy whitl very ,open ecntenineri boWttr fie feet siX inches higli; die alovet .Orei. wil be id to whoever will lodgei iom none of the jnls of tiit nicit.iiplity. .L It GAIIENNIE. FOR NEW YORK. [Lr 'lo soit I hioedav next. 1e1r York and lew Orleans Line.. rTihe Packet ship At[BUlRN,C aptin N. P. I)nrfev. hls been detained vby the inelemency of the weathel'. For freight of 1'00 boles ct iou or ipsse'r, tipply onl bonrd or to t2 I' .llA i AW\, 51 Comp st yEW [I iOKS-A SnitoefArmours for Youth, with fAbutifl ilhntmted elgravings; published by Ac kertco o Co., l.onedii. The Chesabonrd Compaonion,erottninig tle law ofl the gmooe, ivale ttld Itt11oe 1t I lthe pieces relrr trkirb n Ithe beat Intho I i if bkilltlillg ithe gtollllP, 4t. "g., hv WV Lewis, I.ondon l139. (.'hes for blginners, in t series of progressive lesson, illlustrlatedll by nl lernou daigral u , printed ill colrs; 2,: editlon revireed ani eorrCeted. bv W Lewis, l.on (otlel; liorerI, Flrnle otl CeIIrs te, LIohIVon editeiln. Jur re'ceived tand fr sale at E L JOiNS i Ce. d'! Statione.lSri I Inll S' IA'E iNOVlTIEIS-Shakopeare Ahbt fiied,d A or tie golden agee of lencv lEuland, 3 vols. Father Butler and lhe Ltldgttoergs Pilgrim, by W. iiH. ocalete ellllicteor oftN.il hlIlone, et. vlls. . lItc CnIIIenl Il ,(tool It etitle oIr the Ihuillbook oflthe Man of FIalion; by the nu.hor of the lcns of Eti qaette." 1 JOHIINS & Co, N i) Ptr tio e.l'S 11nil, il'c iri r St Chii rloo d Cotiion eoi 31 it i:lcitire fir.citigit)-'h ,elle of Setaoni, .ipeltI, hvy thle Cuullte.sof llessington, illu' tated, Loldlon edition The i ltkspebrre (allert, crtenning the prineit | le Imllllle ehihltl'a telrs in the Itlnys of thl. great PO.et, la n oerect ie Not, n ic rietlnitei inle vee r's present, by F.'redherik ;Scho1t1,hr, Londin edllilln. IFriendhip's Oflbring ani Whiter' \V Wrenthl, Christman el n Ilew vll's i etc , ll, It 18l. L d i nt ellil Ill. E JlII Net ,ItI N I cti toj,"rlllilrs il, c_ d']i e ('hurl s I l oi tt1.111 t' 1io111 r1 ( ,"\IL--S n csks .lehiglh coul, bilken and .creentd I) xpre' lyv fir l.rmmy Iase, nIw landling frroml .Ihl Ninglal n, fromll; I'niindrlia l l llu d :,lr 9.ah. ill IaL, to sui Iu i dU.1rh' r; ! oil board or t N i ()'11 I .Y r tl It lIN 97 ' ip tI ( lll A lEtT II 10 1i)ItSI \Y,. +I N,,w fLevee 1) I r ; 5 0 h. d o d u s tr w I. hid I l e t Ink d, I'It IndeId frn t ship, ()hins ' onm I 3ladetphl ,u null for tile hv Or 1 J I AII.1' 'l I. & C ', . a. Yne.es.,ors A Towt= 'I ,..!b r m ('anil, al c~le a 111 consi Iet1 N I 11111i.1 , ' I LI+ETI I'AI'OI-to . ..... (. I 11 s10 Ill. i r ed r.I er I t; dll y to o N F lo 1rie. 100 ItO Pi la l n to ,1 :11 lldo t l I ' pptr1 n ll'l .l ( ll'C1 oan :17 -iltP1 Jte iv'N J1 lIHJAMEII'ICl. & CC, Sl'C st ccES.l. t tI A o. 'l'oo*oar, (a· n aml tO'AII. .--l(;l ket.' , tored ll llll ,1(11r. halil l(. sI kt.i' S n llll l:t s, la udi r Ing l ill , ltoIIe ol' wI Ie lue to hG lailhusl ' he I' b ' lt i n r h vin l uch'lu s It flmII l out. by N l l" I tItI.Y, r Nd" ' "i l t illn k n +-' " 97 Camp st SP'i.gnr.o fr'. m hilaulelphhi. t hd fi r siale fUIn Ite L vI ape y . It N ' kllIIP LY, 'it' t7 I :poo . . & A t AI .T:'l --Of Philot udel.' ll nimll' I ll ll ll elllt. N r, llre byi III ll : )·ttll Ih' It llllIH. re'spe mcifllv ild lnfom, hi obllged tu, etire It'll l ll ll tlsi nssotl aIcIon t fll e C I e h wa n sold hi lstock htio Oi srs IIn tell, Ito f r I oI a.d Il .w.ell f r C hildel t hira Iw o ill Ihernlt er 'l . t, d l It n b s Is s m nic ill this Cit rllller te N n ll lll hn Ahen the i.tr ge of his froe' r t st, lr'. iI nII A Tl l)\V.\l. It , 4 lllnp st J-IIN J IIAS\\'IEI+I. & cO, IiCI'N[fSro)I to Alexander ''ton'T r "1u (',imnp S ts l. , 1. A " per Isun il iill lih ni n : r tlollea I:il [purchased troNl)li i N 4r. ml'ooelw hi.olltir sll(.l, lf books.F, aI,' r : & Il Imu l nllw h ,:v e t m11 hll . ll d ton as il Illlke bille to wuppit I·T(' t it h l ks , I pl'tl it pcoirl II l elwil s I , ) I ier, n. I 4 eIIIn job s l Il Ik "J r ee & ls llil, u,,ithe lery hest Itirs. iry a- , I rt' N, o r.kt& e. s will f Y r re el, n tld c ltle b r is, hill b lnk i x lll.t lllll n tlllll k i. Ihir ills r hda , i th r tirll rtic r l · ktlli selll n i o. I 3 4' lll, lellrt w ' ih al 'll d 1 - h r , all ol, ,,s Iloi ,i; ainll" l' tlioo rnx n olke- I hllol.l.l l Ve &i:ilt. A Fg? l ,i nal ItO rnll loll lllll lt* fil e ,o Illd i.'iv.L ' i: , coa ll iety n ýor{lllU l ~illl lllllP. -f itrh h It il in lv ( m onoillll, ril i nh, y 1,f ttlll -worllIll , Ii ir , o eTll tn] a nid l tlllllT f J r (,, ilAn i , Illlt the rnal : a .ole1 oa rl p r 1he Il. 1i':1 'tl tillt l l, hil-' ;hto Ir lilt ,ll le l.l? h u~~ WI I lni( In, N.% I , and coo ~r br :',ail, r NI . ;llrll,; ea h i l l,' wilillll hl se 1th I1 ? oinllll~ o lfll ito il-- a i'l. h fl'Illill 'Jof ,,t , w f r1tlll. .p$rle('d Lup ,'- . olr Bjlll tllre I':a o ll·ll T n plr t o.- ,ll itr ll, f l. -i l ocr horc. . ioi-h,++> t, n boos " llli od , ages )< , oI ( 'Il roosIU -llllll - pi+ cutiiii will l ,,gi~ell. ,%1 I1 .h:lllti'" lll4l\ I ll 1, , Mili .S I .I ' ; . l lay It.-d l.iI'rpool n lh-- llli r:,Ie, fIn) Ii "'1 5 0 ll,.s ille I llll It, I iiii lboa the .hip F'rank 1 li tlt hi. i it I '-tr.Jiste l l s rtq't ,halitIlt lqqllv h) (.pllyli ,+ll i | f..SoI N ; fl,, r.sn -hip Ahh:ou,,a ''hr1·lI;;] 'rl ks' suer. 3 'hiuilizt', illilkud J 1l1& Irllh & I, I'olrPris 'fen . tar f"l i hI slug Na t'h .+ I hllt, Il ll n ,l . rre liilisnrkt i' i ,1.1 .\IIy Iperon havinpll h 1" e sari1il iu their ipo<se;: C', ilIn I itd atmd--1l I.x,,s Iolr' l to e , Iarked Jl llp..tu Saund cIper packet fip Lou I+ Clisvillh. Inrn New Yl ork l lr t, ,(e. n, I it call, pay Iriglltt and Pxltplese-, nllad Ilke samel 'rT , rolnlP ,n the secloln4)d fllo r nliil.III e f) '_JL ofic.e. ;a lplp ot ilih. prem ises, No. XI C(amIIp streetat t le I,'irt·llle: s Iistlrtlltee O)thi'e. n'2! The tlhree hllrv hrick store. .No. 87 No,. ,+pl}l? Ilo aiitl TI' h" IIYUI"E lll l'll0ll. i i ullllllll nod lls nll -l l hlltrll l tia P (Ii t 1,t, ill the vl<'iuitv 1,1+ Twoli I ircl, aam 'I'.l it, a l andSt .Io.el ilrrt-l . pIply i t liihe crlnle• of I)elurd si1e,' r tlid I''' i\i titi ii' PAs 1'I I{-Nit-Ntraa litrdng fr hilt Lnul ville. rnnl .\,,,,, Y..' k, 1t0 1 1 ';il t ir'trsa fii t 1"' rrrrditrarr aa r I,Irtrrarr s r Irertrjtill, &tr.&. flr sl b(ruN J1 If tntht:.1. I i-5t hrem~ ntnni~~ Inldoh,- i ,1 -al ri e 101r1 , rIrrr rl err, aIper, l oII ll do II.Y' *i (.n) cap LI lppinP 510( I. -ham r lals'r, · I"' a nnl: I'o salt ariy Jttt N i I HASiOIK:.1& o 1-.1 S ', rrl-s r. In :1 '1I',nar 1 , ~1 'tt1 1) 111 -0 b ,ra t r.d, inn son', i1.r tl by ~12'' (; ~l)IIY( 41 New ) 4 va4 Er %Vi~-150 hales, ll Illhanding frirtt ' f.. for I Ui le byrra ltEI'lit L:1ll)!.\ 'I'( ) h ('V I FAil 1)1Al it !)` 25 caskNo. I L~ead 1 15 th u It 20 c 150 ketA I,.d `25 rPs \IIEcth F olItsd I. the llAgei. t lAlIVIc & ANDRI IS, __2:1 corner rrelama tIn KI rtrritm, In, R [trail It lrrt, ra E'nglrrrrr~~lllltlli t AST. 111 1111.-1,11.1.1. first 1111 81111 (ilginilk canto (Jr aRil, rir rrbl, W rst lrn c rtrrr rni, INna 1, for ale ralrrrntp very lrn Jic I ~tlt & A NDrES PP 'a 129 clrrlr'r (:IIII~Co O urtripitmdrts A110NI(L:S landing In e sa tnrail-t t(Ii l.s wspreea,d ja t err ejdapri esa h I r,29 O I ii a I I onr ri I (:lan l iri , Ola nert JOHN 3J H %S1V1":I.1 . ('(), 11i9 $imernors to A TOWa, A 49 Camap at jjAe&, \$;PiF- and tlrtelmlmnulta --Y lard P etnd ch~oice nestntnllentr just received I IIII f or ole, by~ tabJH by ItI~t A6))) iP1 r29 SRlecesors to, A 'feweir, rr9 Catp at cla1Y &i:r titan lana haln i tev alndr a0n Ig Iirrie oii t self, handing front -bill .whnrtan m, aur nut ii ~ ta~ L 'ltter, 9 [Jh Ety 1'dPIA EtrE~int barr P'(' 1)RIN'I'lN~i PAPER-1 0110 Ieamllllritl " ir newsI f n-iras feneaarI 2 l try I 9 & 45, H ust Idrl litn, c)ips ()'e-l a finerre rstrrand trha 4)lio t ro, J 'rilrrg el. Alati -ital etr te ta br a JOI 110NJ 119EV).1. &aCe .58 Suclce ssllra m Alex.'. ?'u nr, 19 (:illl, 1 a-oesate (r rltail bly H rf rrrN' ytl 1R)l(tar-I4o p rdne prime newric, rallt iner g t arrig .10s S G; It1.A~DIRDIIAIJ. Ura , rnvier JtrrKEY-100rree rtelitiedItrt aler lr 1116 G DORS)KEY, 44 New (.evee nRit)-110 keg, Ilea Il.aPI llthfr. hi inleyr U alai G DORSEI', 41 New (.evee OAP-2f10 bnxee (: A 5leachln'' yellow, landing as ship Joliet Hale,, andl for Fair byv 116 S G RILANCI1AI11), 33 Girayier at C INI)LEU5 box" S perm, of Xbalv & Puree's mannllil (~rlr , Imtding e ship Job,, Hale, anld liar sale byy 11 j 1.NC1 ID.: reire BANKS' ARCADE, CITY HOTEL, &c. -G RA'N t lEA.L.. ETATE E LOTTERY OI 'I'ItlPEltt' Y .SI TUATED is Nn IEW ORLliEANS. SCt2ID'T& UIIA.MILTON, tanagera. qfOleea under the lerandah, Corner of St. chrle, annd-Cenaaa Streeta, and Na. 1I01 Chanrca Streel, betweeen CoGni and St. Lnuia Shreed,.: IT aTt vieae of mInretinn the nieheonn bone hinien. we hnove tIh Ipeas ure o nnouncing ao the pail lie hlit tlts Lottery,by. nhothei:t nf the Stlat eI o tlen jenn, will Ile drIa w it the City Exchange, in Pt. Louis in Neaw UtOrenn. 'The dnwing -ill, without fail, brgin on the nt Di,) arather neat. Our atenr througanout tnhe union, li cnate the nhovr to ae. iattedl once itn onet' thr rnepapeners af their nmrl"etito reidences, nll( chanrge ihe rnpanses in accnnoti-A n16-nll SCIOIIIIT & kllAMIL'I'ON. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEA IS' GIFTS! Verandah, St. Charles Theatre, Campt Street Theatre, Caldwoll's St. Charles Arrade, Ho. teas, Stores, 1)wellings, &c. &c. CAPITAL PRIZES ! ! ! Louisiana Grand Real Estate and Stock Lo'teries. By authority ofa low ofthe State of Louisiana, 6th March, 1828. CALI)WELL, OAK EY & PRITCIIAARI. Managers and Proprietors. F II' prIze: are malnyi iplblic ,rnd privunt ba iligs wllich odtors li=+ r.it) oIt NtCw ()NewOrlan, odiI( are the pride of It ihlllibilaiis-l the Vernml,,d , St. Chare.s Str Sl. tghl rih.s AIrlc'dl , ooh Iltilo, )nwellin tIItl.c, liorn-s, Iollillln' 1.,'ts llln, n ll~lalr o ii (f II' m dlll ick&C., are "ntath forr traiinl'r ih h b Ildersn ItIprize incke: _. I1A1.F I111.1 ION, OR1 AMERIICAtN i'A9I II LEt'l..T TIIrl'ATr I CAPrrAL $540,041101 i 1,I91 l'mizr.! Will h dnrawn 31st Ieember, New Years' "ve, in Nenw nl cn, ) ll lll ill ' in ord r to {a' if, a llal lly l ttrs I ln what , k (lhl0i "it l c, ,lll0 i tt, ill bel o in r l lll I tl _ 67:,.;15 lilkeli at Il(l0llIr0, $4175 150 1,291 PRIZES!!! SC1'1131E.. nll)Camp trret,'i TheI tre nIIndl (I rIti l- rizelo' to the tPst,'Ld ,lll :3d I .r|Wlt llltlll,'r,, 151),,000 Tha ni slll tllntinl i lllr slorV Ilrick I .ll ,lill, elll lerl Ar sltrall e's litel, frmin thl coltrner Iof I('n p n IIIII N chez s trel-p.i ie |I1' tIi l n i 411 1 l1 & 11(1, 40,11t(00 'Tht vr al l l1e( live Ir 1 1brick store I on ( 1( to" vet stn er,occupierl by Alssrs. I1 & \\ 1lop 'k111K1- N 'll ie I II tile l .l IN, 1h x111 !h, 25,(II 01) Only 9 lan'le to Ca P(rire. NO COMBINATION NUMlIBRS. priz,' to ih e th, ilth and 1 ,ll5 I 11, 5,000 Th' t t.o sotry d,,.hl 1h+elling mi l th dom hle lot in' l t rc e tli e ,v tond yJ 11 1 Il ll-i t 1 11111 11 1111O1 11 ll IN rie to tl)er 1 t,1 l and ,'b111, i 11 (13 000 W ith 1 o.hue tiler ofrizs ot Iwo l J .tnte, o l kio ; r ,:3 o ' ickt t 'in the Two 9lt11111 I'I t, 0y.i111 10,I011 110 IP lIcc iS--1, I l ilh s of )oi II(I. In. kh e awn m the old plan of tha. nk , ol ' 'ls. 100L| ,000 Ticket+, ai t `1o olllrlh lr+, $ 1 011 ,1)11111 Tlds.T he s t. hi- lig rir the so e grun ''h, xpn The N o. I r 100.t , 0 will Ie ,laced in or on e ++hl who-" The firt t~)'s drno+h0 i, lantnry next, w llder LOIt1'EItY OF', PI.O It'r'1', I der he up\hu ,lhr ion ed I I el I ,I ' l 0 ].l/i I dtiil t ll ! ':' I 1 i ii IT & 1. .ll.11 'llION, ,,l .,.i ge. 11111,0111) tit ket i, lit $15 ih ~ I"h , r,,",. $1,:100 ,8 II, si.vl:S1-T t &i io., 1." i)6 tr Io. , NEW 1'UIlK, L-l l _ Ite l ti ll' t llt 11he 0 ,1; 1. I l l' l:, ;i o,,11 |+ lII I,' IIl' l i 1,oo":,l.l' l lBank , i (iil , l', o %(1, Il ll ( Lo sothe lid h iillily wth 1 1. 1i . i llel rliii',ii]'' 1 1(' -hI...r q 'lh+ I'(lli/k BI ollk, n i:t ,l \1. ltll l i i(. I ial I t n hi. rolthe I tlso,,ire Ink, - ''r t - '1'rt cte , lire the ec thtlt o fitle iturl te prize htt - n tiers.i . I I New il ork t h m nli e stm wr lle b le '.mcted it te 'lllt, iiix Bllnk to thel , dt rvd iii l ' he l lu te OIuti I 1;I.V SIlIllllh I1 N ia I l I ti . 1 ) " uibling, rnoi r aI h lh ilt Al.ili A. al e , EsI , Nut. i,. h r loti t the prop ,errie: which emb~ra'e } ......,c in e 1riz.. it. the l ;sre PI IZl E, i , ir hevll.i+ e :B Prilze- '' i illl it tl, r et I ri litil V hricki buil Ing k no wn s Ih I llli It ATL, i ll e '.In, l )InetOt. lilmetlq ring. 11 1] 14f eel ir r incit (irand vit r lno ts'i BulI r I0 feelt 11 in I .r as , t l. ,+ at +. Th bis btIldig prodhces ilytt tlle Il lr :ll ll }!10 ii f l'.~l/l(lllllll i $l tl ii i leln I l ,'ll 0l p r " -n iiihi lll , Id 1 I hn 2 Its reillt will, ill aI erI' ' , t r. 111·1 in e1 Il,+i llr c ity o i c iy -i h rillalll illiit ot l- tlol.ll .l i *l. y Eolllluar llii n Prize-Tni lt t o nii tr brick nuildt Ii II.Ili k llolr l n ll imll 'I'i' II) ITI'm Ii fhormerly h ' I ho. ' In tclx n ste.l lid t ile ,rl ri l e Ar U e and ('r tllln is Illilt l I l-lil ,Iih n iee o n 1' . ll t, Mill- 137 li- 11 1 III Imh.xi i I 'll, 1,, s,. ! if h eT i . I 1 " hl m jln I r - ul ei ' 1 i I ii p Ia r ,it t l 'lhe , i rlllcl nhorlllP I, f -iiil I l il lli. ill E , i ld I ) $950,100 Prize. Thlw, ir, sfr tly hrie . , 1 , d elvli, Illl Oi Allllllce il t IIrcud t i l,, 1i ni Itt ,l 0 tollreelnll l $ll ,L t $ , 11 I Prize- he II,. n Mrt ICiacln $iw ll 00i .illn , c~Nr.r 10, iuijnilh No. I 11, os a)I'z ý-ree l, easlrient l if in- l, t hir t lreI d iolhtrs. I', i ie t l lit o $n 0,111 hi anli, 7llsr , a li i llltg No.ll, u Nli t ulezst. tre llit(; rlvtvIel ha d red do7C llZars I 's n l hlilnr at $i 10,00 Prinze-T e r ell r $2., ilr 0h 9 r oi n ,. .f 5re C n l " a in alt. Ilr , 9,010) PI ct orne Prf B s casin and Curs - Sth.remtock Illt$rtin. t, 1ee 010 f1"1111 11t l Il in l l Iiii f froi 1 I "i t rii ki, i li eet, yh 127 I 'n t dii kl ) in i h dred ll . :i lt 'l) at 215,000 Prlize--'lhe d h lling hone N. 24 clith we.re corn ,r ,if lh ih stet, turns 100, 0 tiing flret 7 ioll 0,h le tn I lnl I, pt by 1h'7 le'lr 0t inches dpI dp "n C s. n ri l i-O i rhllp ea, l lmin i lth Iimllk, ii al tllmn e L huIn, i nde llun . Fo r lir m d. l it 0,f00 Pllze-Th,. two inl i brick ,tll, li' llhi n Urs liue and Hop ljit ll isee sM, rimnln- no Vol at $11311 per tIiniisli. Pr OMe-2i50 si rt Cn Na.lll B ank ucew, rth.l I $111n., 1 tiuleunl $5t0lI 0 0. 'rize-nl 11 i ri llnres Cm teinll e n ti a kI, Ito iilit $lno Ikom , klnue, d$2I,01 hero I(h k tok, ll Itl $f0 11 Nahi , ll 5 I I ,0110, :l Prizes ,of )I (1 al ire2 eI h, Iu l tid i nll u 11nk 1 n til11 n lris nM of 511 a'- he dl ' ehil i in t.,11110he . Hlianlloer Fdln. A m il, 13,1. 1n1) It shrll he lit lire lpion lfIte w nI tlr- Of pri, es olf ballk xh,,e+l, either hI take the stklll its.l" or the par vau'ho r eiofll n t.11,. t, 1 00,001) tiiket, iroii Ito I lll0,11110 will bIe, put illn on he llplrie are determniued, h'avin. rle ball llr e if ill ()rdera fourth, hove Lottery l h11 b reeeiva+l at Ihi( WiIlt'e uller lhe Verandah, corner of 11. ChsrlI and .laeksonville, Fla,..\ptil, 1839. y ST. CHAAR'LES :THE-ARE: 'i' hi.t appeara.e of Mi . i.."FI D :Triiis EYnianeiaid ee wi-ll l rl rmgiid th - i .UNCIIBACK, ".. Sir'hiii a d ClJffiird, Mr J MI Field Julia i Mel Fielbld" '1' concelde with thlie omanntie SpecItacle:aof PETER WII.INS The Flying [slanders. Nicudennmo Crwquill, Mr Hollarid I Peter Wilkins, Mrs l)e Bar 0l3l1o-Morrow, '1'11 LADY OF LYONS. SI),a rsipen at 6--lerformanced to commence ti 7 W'clock. r'{ 1Da Sea..n'Vtickets Iln 'le had at ilt Box Office. (Oipe lifrmn 10 lnltl 3au'elhk. AM SE ENNT3. WASHINGTON BALL ROOM ST. PHIILIP STREF.T, :TWEEN ROvAL AnD wOURnOrr STrEeT . r111tE MANAGEI of the Washingt.n Ball Room. " resplectlly iintlhrna his friendlas ad the pbilic,t t the hlve ienltioned establishment will open for the season,mt Mtoday evening, November 4th, 1839, by a (1GRANDi DRESS AN)D MASQI]ERADE BALI., and ,ill (ontllio Ilthirlghllll the season every Monday 1'ednellally and 'rtlllllllly eveningll )ofeach week. Adhnittance far Geiinlemen, $2 00 New Orlenna, Otl. 24th, 18139. II AZAA R. Corner of St. Charle Common street, t:XCnIANOtE IoTEL. LBt1I! &o ALIAN would sprelt/fly call the at n t lnim, , l Cills ando sltrangerts tohelr ntlep el lnt)in 0ll (eillllll rtmn. f lindies and e nhre I lP: ,'ilk, ttn ee.illll lllo llt e irla end drawers, : BATmbriS. al ,ilk hamlkCOUNTRY'i e blo nd EALEy RS.a +be-lit. illlll l tl r ioeo sas llderr+: silk, cotton and thread +lllvou , ru (1 ll i g otet,: Jll meUll as i endtl ne, gold typl on art extra, deide medium sheet, at 612 pry. .hnum, ble )rlnlm ant f."ntl in and venat wri 'itlo T..wKl e l'FrooPa, etortaining pe readig, t matter of tEo daleE , 10RS, payOTable n STd -e w flere lil. l no c ity reference i given. l hi dartly pnperW , doin1 the week, will b ilve r wereo b. ri' (llllllllllo J5 per annlll in ladvane, and 11os given. S'u bsrllill. reope.rtflly solwhicited.r nl NEwsll low priEANS MAYN. 17 839. real No. (Comin,.nn "t e. eldit--.lw ItI I{OWEI & Co 06 aND9790M Tile DAILY Paper is neatly printed with Imell typo on an extra, double medium sheel, at $12 per annum, payable omn annually' in advance. The 'l'l.-weraLr Paper, containing the reading matter of' two dailies, $10, payable in advance. where no city reference in given. The WEZXKLY 1'aus AmGICamn, made up from the daily papers, during tIe week, will be sent to sub. scribers who pay $5 per annum in advance, and to none other, unless an acceptable city reference is given. Subscribers respeetfully solicited. JOHN GIBSON. NEw ORLEANS. MAY 1839. (O'OTI'ON CIRCULARS 110r 'ITII N "1'1 ED otto the Greot.'.t E Jrpedilioon, and ao sf,lo' ro.otjooos.'ed in Noo (1 .s~sos, or else whellre. t)o, oo-o lorfl of CoItcrooo Romet in St. Charles Ex Iooe, ((~nlpr (.f o-rirr St.) or eeTTRU E AMI- RICAN I RIN'I'ING OFFI-CE, conrner ofl I'nvdr anid St Chorles Streets, t-ill be pe. 1"pullo ,llrerrdodtoo N'TEEAY BOAT BILLS. \1N )W S, .(GiENTS, eCoPJ'AINos EA M \\I(1'1'.1. bobn oor thesirool ts-tolooo-o soff,-in on or nines U, hired In k- w, Plain oll r CLIlI1R d Paper, T( lilh olo'solrh, d al , fsod rolhlr To maool. by Irwiug thesir 00,00.,oi/ IRIJ(U AOL UIMCA N IOlI('fit ots "" To.e I rraneio NIS. (ahre.rbs h-eo--Cloaep st. jTio r-Coldoeell'0 St. Churles Arcnode-flotela. -oooes .-Sqjooso of C(:roundl y4 C (111lI.i1. PRIZES!! I [ II I-I ('dItIINt REAL. EIOI','IT AND , S'I' I''KI (t)ill rIIY, offlice c-torne of 'orool Sim,. (;ll.dlyi, sw Ioolobo 1'1l[" I III! MlillI0N, oe /'sop strut Thoeatre I ,oou' I I.'I,-'oloroos son 31 Dm-towl., NooIw 'II I 1 ) (NI) 'TM 91IIL.1oN LOTTERY. II0901 losoars Wll a o,oooooom r eooioog as s~so o a ospactiosable ftoer II , .io-,,, I. os -solos i the Uniob , Rich ore . b. o I lni. 000 i on 11 Sole they oSr issord, sOi ln -e 'o'ovrd ,,, pal, i t t'in o k'o-o, whieh ore in to e l oil 1ibllooo,, l- 'o' n ooOiIInIo1 $20 4'it 1)00 III., OKEY & PRI'RTC-ARII, 1d 'oproojon-rs & Manaeooiors. lAO/i bNo. 1. Tl l(" lsbf O(lloIolls or ('amp 10)5-55 henlre Class o hr ! illA... 10RN I ESTAE AN! '1)(I'K IiiyIR, will ooo.IsityLedrssuntesh lIs ID , New ersn' Ese.. Cl\tD 1(V)I.I, (tAlilY . PIRITCHARI). ýi lOOIS, Sc.-Landing cos ships So. Ltouis. l t Cerolkee, L kin osler, Joepold begrs Is bollly .duboistes Wi IoJ~o ge o t rs sottou oofooioir sTP5I~O sod lonsl e r s. I sss eloy el tffkg IARYIS pr ANkIIEWS Irn rorlooo.&_I'boesoiroools, et IlA'~K NOTIE EN4',UAV1NG RAWDON' WRIGHT HATCH & NIDUONI Raprooo'oeoooosltooe sns,, Orgiansgeorinoisg Slo bll' tsi (4 lio oI-, Sed. sO It i · ooooge z C estobsoto 0 Ilnrtdpwer C~oooisoloo, ooll-;Oll bosbooolII~~ slo~loo·boeroolr oqsPiogncoto bsoio l:"'ooogoo-s Is1ooI sosll,rlll'"" osodooplorn pon-toosts. iel~o li-Ioeo'rlpios ull s II0-bootss ld ,oot ld sootcotooecl .'sso .U belcb oo1boirroooo::ote'beseo Oelilr eos1 lolor soan l. noearr "so ons ,ootoel·eo Oil I lb oJ-o Potent medicine violsli In~llllirll , Hnrf Orfe E vials ()Isorlr (1iONIII~lall F/-1119 tosses opns,. Coosioo. fa In oet o 000 doa nooolsvo.r orghs l .I'd sOr it'g ooeral I ol m'oodioositnes l r oetaske andI rio AFo - r riO, sod tsr Oslo by Rl onrlisE , srltr ' A .ND rEW _oolsrso-rnn mrCi0 l to i,0000 to, s l -.toy IIllnto~ 1( to rxOrt-wvY, k1 ev tAcO. JtrllSY~ob tO os-oslo ~r N F G(A1!IL~Y RAWDN' RIGK H 1CH CADISON j{O EoIN-b2I blobl coqorooir qNowOrlon, for robe by 1 1o ru NhirCOn.io L', ortpss fA1 TEAn'S-e first c~g s Pnoil-drlooois sosidcg lsts B k nodo, toe sole by NeFCOnIIeity DIt FOrt, i A bWI.d, ItAptROW&e 1. 0V0io ool LI I lo y N FtoOIl.Y, lIII" A RI Io-.Fsol lIs a llpl te s!, too sloore rsol - wvl to ! ir rat N FtCOiLY, , 7 05Ib I olsl j~ll OO'-il'lI' OIOe t In so . Isorlioorr lwrton aller, (tt I l Ily ii lIttNNnal)tL, oo3 __ 43 'l'rssptslouse so. will be Iexoeuto Ih OIPE--l l coils Calrdils n lial it (U Iti l I fs b toj. C0ts rlhctnndfor aSI by o-el PI-Il''ER AI alesA'01, 601 Ctsoo cc nprrm Oil, Innd p nooI jcoolsol e SoWlOndtoae by ('2 ('jojssoo taors brl AprItIear S&OVHeAI 1e?0 6i e irev sa;y 11,N15ON ltoR'l'EIO ANIO EIoINBUR I AL4,eL 0001t ool:'oool.P coobsttoltitltoo. broos Loooloot ' 10 oo I1 ol-30l0ooils Poole b NSIc, F too too-to o- 0 hobool,s 0 lperior Iaroloo. for sale by lKB ,,25 lNS dO io', 04 Ctboctee ci ATTEIUS- oo oiro tood ra or P lholelsplh or ret.il B taau~fur ale b ONNABEL11., '411 TO7apimoulps so DIM NCARedS BAW.OWSLL -I tte 1µ Alfoooo lose the F.'otscs Court siNew Orlren, oP P~ll-.i No. 109 cI.lol~loN STREEP0' (EoIooosllgs Holsie Ihlootliog..)1 SAlI)Csoloj.D-Englobes slidoyjo, to stor ant by .,dert o by 1`.(oO5to(C.,o~gr..s N 11LYs Ott. FCelon0t Soy. 1020, IsOUS.0! 01001817t Isot lioti ry AHa orf89 Aod o toeo out o al C ogo-oioo, i n soul, rne s tonoJe ds Soojol ADt'oiooionSr &los sotteolceutote 6s7erieeca ooodoo1oroisoo 01 010 sitsOPE-21 5 coiflsc Cahrpb liots Roosoll toeP iSsorre.L ooroteliystdses ble~d~, prit 12 IJII'I rtei'AIl-0 A1 ) II IN'll rlllllr01iboo' INK--- Rapetreneing fotsqoshipo iChloooa.eiueforsle ooby 00000lll Itrlooioooo~ ttooboirr l, sa s soot'py Tohlooosooo Sod tooo PoTi R look. AA , 66 Cf-or ob

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