Newspaper of True American, December 5, 1839, Page 2

December 5, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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oolfc ilo.< W for I fe Ran erne...hst AI80~ ~ d nd doy Iesept 9p A.~bA NI .· 9j1.3 Ir~l 9P3 ki _ tlt-t 01 via CA Al R). 1rs 1 t0 PsIW ' .M . CH EW. I.oh. Swine 88 R.CHEW. t nrh _rNEW ORL AYs AND NAS1IVILL0. AIL ROAD. IWINTER ARRANGEMIENT hdoqloo l' A. A. I 1 A.M. 1saelrdny, 11 A. At. J1 A. 3.1'.:1.P. 1. Slunduoy 6. AM. I Ii AM. P.2w OeloJ h- t 1 Pr. M. New Orleahe, ovalnberbd,639. JAMES H.CALDWEI.I., Presdodnt. NEW ORLEANS AL AIIROLI.TON RAIL ROAD. NOTII E..WlVt-et ARnRnANGEME. To omtmorssoo on sthe lit of Novetber., 1839. 1005 CoA5AtO1.LATN. ROM NE. ORLEANS. Itree ttOar t o ,nl lusb.O . AM oa Carat Rs o'olock A.Az Lontoeso. 8 - I.cOtlollvs, 5 -111 4 -^ S l Hone Car, ot 9 HOR SUNDAYS: The Ottevwill leovs ol the stine heart. iin tlhe wook day. SAW I 'oeltek P.9. olshn n L-soosssstivu sill leave Corrll iss totry-pheo until 7 olockr. P.Ml., and New Orleans evry hloar 001il ho'olon-h P'9l. < *Ao extnaHor Cnr con ho ohnined Ibefone 12 Ion-lok '.91., by9 p0910 it d-laion fur the Trip. Aftr ii u'nlok P. 9. i6 dollrst will Ire ohosrgd. Peroton going ky tlhe Steon Cnr ussnt providt theoslsvet with Ticket a tloe tn-s-o . r o Aso iteslierctions n1t to rOtlita vone S illenu thereof. THE JARIISON AND I.ACOURSE STREETCARS L.sethell alt er of Jnaoho stsrotnat }o'clock tsl .. Catni 1tree t 7 O'Elolssk. At hellrpsL[ 7..iýs1tsk thy oysmmense to Ieraot Ihst bellsittry hollihoar, until el aonck PmI, rosrpt la Ithiat, innts Ofl o1s-ali I:not srnettos at-.1 o'clock, the cis will Ieave tlhere ot lltssjnsk Pt.M. t lheir ;tst'.ro0l5-te r-.qUe.ted that POItsorsi sill t n-t thnr ratupa ue esli~lroramoko in thel cars, weheil lad a, are prestlL OfOfn Ns'nOrlassss.A IAn -elllst 9 Roil Roadi Compso s, 1 October nod, 10:19. JOtIN t1AMI'SON, Clhlef Engineotr N. 0. C. R.C S CARROLILTON p h% 9-IOTEL ( LAVAUI) has the honor o0 inlorming sin lrien.ds and thl public it fiPn tnl, thst he liss tahken tihe Hotel ot Carrollton, where ho trusts he o Bil receive the anlls of his old friends and all lovers of nlt d cheer. Private Ipartiss will be haudootloCly prooided for Ih givitten little solice beforehoasd. lIe is wtillintg to enter into tnntgslnlestnsith fnsmilies or1 individals dojirons tftonsinjg tlhe sos-imes1 tn Caroell too. sti MIAYURALTY OF NEW ORILEANS. rJI1E prict of flour Iseinr this dtn y 575 perblsrrrl, SRecordingn to the torif the lnkers wsill give :5 osntts obhrand for ten ossts, arttin the wosrk shegin. titg otll Mondoo next, te 1 llt istnnt. T'hii loosee n1' sooslndquality, oror titee fot ten centts;l shalt wseighl per cent siore, viz: 43$ oUn soo n?4 C. GENOIS. Mayor. `'t ERVANr FOR1 SALE--A most likely inltlolil ti g~irl, egad aboult 19 years, livery 00,11conlk, Fit: perior waslter, ironer ond tolerablle srotsttee s noid hlout nservnnt.sober,shl pcient adtl good temlperedl. TIhe abosose trernist. would lie an scqulisitionli is tss family, ossd is sold because -er owner is dslrs Ols-,of psying his, debts. Apply to the Editor of the 'Itit Aoseoiren.. > 1.2-5t !jlEN DOLLARS REWIRD-.R501105 fromss Ito L eshub-rier oil Fridoy eveningthe 29 hNsosve..,.l lest, the bey GEORGE, r Ins osly Ibelonging to losoors. Hnry~ andl Laurenls, and for the laslt tw~o years lri, inl. a tsovengr'st csts for the Secondl SI stoiripolity. (irorge i e finelonkitll hey with n vry openl c,.unltell nlr; about five feet eta inches high; the oP bove ren nrd will br sold to snwhsstor wll lodge Slim ii one oss the jails -1' tids musnicipolity. L RGAIENSIE. dL2-3r *lRoo - --R R ErlIE llt-nvr ls nis will bt pasid fol As srt-tests tsat ss1icdtisstleo-rri:lisr osr t~he peson ort er noon wh~o enaspei an adherliscnlpnr o he infectedr in th N-sw Oil-s-sn (ssssssssmerial sllrtin-, ofh Its tintnto, p nlrprnrli lL' "'t 'hr . lib cicibt~l· hurl ?-leadr ~ into flllllltr orsshi h osilt 3J,1 ., P estrin osd otlhero. Osssdi-s- nth-Is, P sf ssss'est, Inss.net S. Col fssstlss.sItesssts, ssItssss-r ing on the blso:s.-oscar of tsvsg-IsIO 8ls s-otsns-CiOs hingi i1 N. R.-,l lr hetsdmt-rigssn-d O'r-tl this Ipps-to.itn of in frmine she l ll5, ]hot lit is not eos-^eted iis brotsut of one hind, exer·pt withl Iisl,rnther. n2`? -iASIUI-:1. L. FOIlGAy, 59 Moesosine 5 Oen-to oF THE FIREMA.N'S INNV5A0-E Co. or NEt On teNS. PH9C Ntoehltnltlst of thit Cmnponv -re heirOehy nos E tilisl that tse 10t inooslaloent on their estclk is tsu nrd spovble on the 5th of October next, at tse offiro et tito Comipany. sept 12 E L TIACY 1,n teat tan.... (,lrllr,.,1 No .........28 I 8V\.hioan, NNo ·........4 Nnw York, o .......3 inCini, do .......... l hlloiotlll u N4 V ... .. I IIo·oimvlll, do ..........o Ilnlti illre d., ......·.... .. '+' I t. I.ou .i, d,)··+ . ....... 6 .'aoh, lll Joh. d .........1.lvrpoo NOV... 3 Iollrlln l (Ioxo) dt. ....13 . l, ,ol., . l 2 No " 20.11.oo,, d. lo... .v. ... No.........9 N hvile, do ............ 11 do...........31l PORT OF NEW ORLEANS. S CLEARANCES December 4th, 1839. Ship Aih.isr.ppl. Iiltnrd, NewYork, W B Foedick Ship lMoart, Welch, iaoo,, 1. Olland, Shlp Oneeco. Draw, Havre, , MH Glen -, Rj& P. ivrpool Whitney SBip St Peterslhur. Trsk, Liverpool, L HG,1, BIlri Eotu, Crkohv, 8iverpoo1. , Mast Safri, i'ita, Frrnum, Mlobile. Steamuer United ,tales; Hill, St Louie ARRIVALS December 4, 1839 ttenmer Haril uColmobia fm wrek of Bridgewater Steainer Wordon Pope, il Mouth of Ohlio Slteamr p Miller, Hauler, fm Vlhkbllrg 81tamer hluo8ker Hill, Powe.ll, fn Viokhl,,rrg Steaner Peknl, Streck, fm Dloa ldtllllvilie EXPORTs. New Yog<..Per hip DMisipp .( ar.. 300p pip.l ed. 2ho4bl. m2p e4sg.6p,, l2.6 . slgar. Oo0 n,,ll7d0 1h, ..... n I, 0 bl four. .'.5 el. 8 hxl Illd trunk. and m'loe • lv VR..pnr ship Alozart 18Nh.]l.+ colleln ....... ~ oPer .hp Onen.1Cr.o., C 1n 1110 lIlale oltn. l. r £ePno ..l "r. II Ralja ..Cargo 16 21 Lola, colttol S & SJ r .hltney llvaIe lRol...Per Ihilt St Peterb lrg..Cargo 2818 bale& cotton.. Ptt......... er. e r lui2 ll I tll.. utean 0131,. e · ,.ntto, S~,L~e r 11at."ag 3 P,,lkh,,.r,,. , 70 18 oohi.hnjo. IMPORTS l rNo arrival from seu to-day; cenrerlllellylI. no imlpolrts RECEIPTS OP PRODUCE Powo,,,, 1IIC'o, n,..I2O lto, o,, Boroolil., Per ttt. o.8r Hail CO'ulllhtln. .12 hales emllin, Rpvnl( i ,,40rll, , CO6t ttIav, 6Bach, k Hyde & co . u nd rlsr fm Ifrid glwl ltr loUtlh C01Olllo. .l',er t illr ',,ord n Pop. ..C.,lgo 5 Il.lo, Loekharl. I e rn Il,.lltOgu ln,l, 1li1 0 lck, l eok 3 n " (Jill 7 50Ad I.,.il, .... IcI,,,..... I, ,.3.,,1,, . , Admi. " 1,in),) 51 J H Lover .1 I l gllr ulea , do, 4b,),s lld 2 lao. RBo-,r al, hr. ' VikhIrg.. PoooS,,mer P 8il0,r.,Carg .I bale. 0 OII YVaord, o ,,mlt co, :14)iN &J lck. 5 dl., 8 Fk,,e.n DI , 8 o, IIH OAnl,,,.452Ky. 4 .llIor,,. I PJol,., 14 4Frk Iln &. Henllerool4. 4 M Rpls 8 Iurylt & Loimeriok, 344 N-ooeeo l,'lurCpi, t Turpio, 14 %V Ille, art. 24 11 Pier, & r 24v Flower 50 F Ml Morl,, 5 W a0key & o, d It d4 Crsnehew. , o o e Vlckhur,..Prr.(,ler uooker Ilill .Carpo 158 bal.cot lQtoltmlhth&Tlomp,,,,,1 I urlke. W,,l&eo. IoN - J Diok. I S·Key 6 RoIert.. 11 Fretklin & Itendrnn., 107 01 PlaRnt.,A & o. 11i8J Buokier, StatIIon 4 ro, 10 ?W Ilol,,art U0 Wlrarilar. MlKelln, & , liit,. h5 I'eyrou· Arncuil o, 0 51.:uroie & Vile,,.1 No A Hal.y. 49 1eDwell, 37 Maddo:, Yklolrd o. .PI A oH Vall.e, P5 M D h 'oopero 2l 2 J A00 II IT ou...8. Adoher, 16 Taylor, Gardlier & yo, I7 ,T ,ll. I II v I He Id 1 o orrelt. 0I0 llllha 1,0, e 4 rlhllor Pouon & rb oFoorSoll. DnIt1 4o c,7No. 3 1t, lTurpl & Ittto 7 aotde. oloo, i ,, W Pol.Iy1h . Lhmerok.,7 J W Zalckarie h ho , 3 hll hrolldy R 8 Inren,". SDonldBlnvlllr..ir o,,, r Pkinh.(',argo n 2.dIlau.er It " Rlown i co.:,3 do to 5O, :d Iliuld a Lm dry, 90 Ilde .uagr to do, 1It) kegp lard to mrate. 12 hdll. sulga W Ilusw r. ba bull, oolt o JM ,oallerr ohb.,ouar23 hI nola.et Ioart, 36 Ialea cotaon W Rral, I1.hdl rullar Lnlb.lHh & Thompsonl, 40 lol. RBrke, Walt 4,cno 13 hds.u rar Foll.in. Balloer+I DUgo le., 25 blnmuoapses; Ala)so , 16 blm and 5 bha ...driesi to I uJ Itgnay inld oWlltnr on board CONSIGRNEES No listofwoloiets. Ibodeld in fro eo.a. PASSENGERS · + P' . 'P Aol'' . o.... PRayb, I..d Leenm. Al York J F WtOllm.ktls mCrelo 4- l..dyJoo II llarri., rce ndl hol.y, 8 Harris, Riaudl,; P lcldutyre, Ft :oiler. Guy Peyre, IS' It, oh. Spmnllnere. Parr otmuUr Wordo n Pop..lr.,,.r WallbIl. Olmoluad, 124rton,,illi am, G~ .oooillaorI Stmoe. il I.,ve aOd.dauohtr ·· D~lhlrpnm, W~it~ms Lamllar~l, fare*·., Nirhhl., Allorrooe, E Brthi. Jondt,. s.nhitb, Thorly, M W Moore, :3 way and 00 .deck pa eug.rn" *or,,.amer Hail Columbia,..tMiuo White, M1ooton, Mr. Parker, Jordm., AlrColoUll. trr,4y for.too.M, BRtlokr Hill...lr,. L(..wrene, n,,hiI V A1 FtoJ,. Itauil, Tinbgrlake eldridge, duwder, Huover, Juhlln. NO. *'lW Willlillam r+ Por io.lmlr, Pkin..M.,l P ric,er,lootor, Do.1161, Porp.. Mil Ptlo1; .,o l A , bll,. Pr',r; h Ill lirn. P80. Ur, J M.rtl., 0Oll.l:: .oId Laly; A Me8lelhonoJudps I S .m.; Ilttuntl P._ ij t o .P4 dr4 p.rP o ;t Te r;Ju.i ; Sp rk*; . eurt IE- MORANDA '- No' # t64 P, 03..Cld brig Robert, Kailbh, New Or A rr lli'jp R.K',h Q42e, u obet. o obn London, n.d Portt. IIleytk Nnv. 4 " SoFoket. hlp Util . Pall. 11 , r11 . sllaer d f.bl 91h. Left theI oho hr,.rh. Rrws*Bnr for NOrIIo;., lfa Nov,. ihip S.op llo. H*Lh.It... fm N lrle.,n.. Lvl.,pml. OrthltO.1 d Jothn 1.lwull, Tutllon; .oid 2, the 4ildhe. (Htr*r Itw N[Ir+.llln . tarl, ., It 4,rk.bileit . tP.,mIh.M.Mlro.,, o 2tl 2,Ill. ..iOtSl. Ail -A'Wio. Ahniiolf,I, N.'W, l.alt. . . *r ..bli Coy 'o O{ hqg.o.C. C.pll , New, .1 May. I .CI ohio DINulooot. P..,m .[it. o,0,or,,.. ýi ko. iLo.o 1 o .ri.bip fliro n . NNo rh' 0,1 1'+,.o4tl0ol.. 'to 0.2., oh "p lootonr,,, N Ot,.I,, l/rtl.,I Nov .t .C1Id, Soultrq, N.w (kJloealll Ar ' ro wnI n - r.. -,L r LEAN : THTURSDAY. DECEMBER ui, 1839. The Courier is turning prophet. He is of opin. ion that the increase etd spread of democratic principles in the upper parishes of the State is so great, that at the next election we shall certainly have a democratic governor. It will be the very first time, then, Mr. Courter, and we never in our lives f It so 'ore of any thing, as we do, that you will be egregiously mistaken. Little indeed do yau know of the State of Louisiana, or of any of its parishes, if 3you think there has been the slightest change in favor of the Democrats. Lou. isiana is essentially Whig; has always been Whig, and will remain Whig. No changes have taken place in any parish of tthe State, but such as have been adverse to the present administration ; and no candidate, be he American, or be he Creole, put forward to gull and deceive the Creoles, can obtain a majority of the votes of the people of this State. The hint intended to ha conveyed by the Courier, is, that the sol disntl, Democratic party put forward a Creole candidate, Mr. Mouton lor instance, think ing that all the Creoles, of no matter what party, will go its for hils.. But the Creoles are not a florck of theep to follow a bhll.weather through any gap that Ie may please to jump. I"To insure the success of our party in 1841, they (the Democrats,) have only to select their candi date from the ancient population." So says Mr. Courier. Fron. what population was the last Gubernato rial candidate selected, pray 1 If we have a cor rect recollo, tion of the matter, hoe was a Creole, and a Creole quand memer, one of the best and most popular men among the Creoles; a devilah good fellow, who stole away very many of , ur soft headed Whig votes. Ilis opponent, it is true, was a Creole, rather aristocratical; lie had been govern er before, and not considered loo grateful for serv ices rendered; besides he was brought out in oppo sition to Henry Johnsun, the American Whig can. didate, and when he backed out, to make a clear way for Roman, very many good and true Whigs disapproved of the measure, got angry, and vet. ed for Mr. Prieur, or refused to vote at all. No, no, Mr. Courier, the Whigs are great fools, and quarrel among themselves. and do many foolish things, but if it is Creole that is to rule, we have a few of them on our side, as well as you, aud men of worth, and popular too ; but weo have no fear of the result, and if you say too much about the mats ter, we'll take a Turk and bent you. Tihe steam ahip British Queen, so long looked for, and anxiously expected, arrived at New Yark, the 23d ull. after a passage of 20 days, across the Atlantic. We have London dates to the 2d No. vember. Tile news in relation to contmmerce and emonetary affairs, does not vary much from that re. ceived by the previous arrival. Cotton had expe. rienced a decline ofaone fourth ofa penny, but had rallied and coma up again. Still the market ap peared heavy and dull. Tahe English crop is about an average oniin quantity, but shows a deficiency in quality. Specie continued to go out of the country, and the Bank of England was straining every nerve to continue cash payments. Shin Plastaes-When we learned the determi. nation r f certain of ourt banks, who by their charter were authorised to issue vsmall bills, to do so fur thae publce convenience, we cxpressed thle general antisfaiclioa of the public at being relleved from the nuisatnce of small corporation bi:ls. But from the foillowing resolutions of the Council of the Se conad Municipality, it will be perceived that a new issue of no less than one hundred thousand dollars of bits, two bits and four bits, and of one, two and three dollnr rags. for which issue there is not the least necessity. Thle credit of the Municipahrly is certainly good, and we dlo not believe that any loss will accrue to the citizens upon the issue, that is to say, we feel satisfied, that all the notes presented will be redeemned; but the smaller notes, fractional parts of a dollar, are exceedingly inconvenient and disgusting, and subject to great loss. We have seen no scarcity yet of small silver change, no at tempt tt at hoarding five; and ten cent pieces, which pass very currently for half hite iand bits, are in great abundance, and so are twenty five end fifty cent pieces. As to the larger bills, of one, two and three dollars, we see no necessity, ts the Or leans Bank has already furnished an abundant supply. Resolved, 'lThat tie Treoaurerre h, and he is hereby autlorised to issue ntaes ia favor of tIhe Camptrolle;, fIr the faoetional purts of a hdolcr, ana for one, tw, and lhaee dollas ; provided tile amolhnt of notes Issued tinder this resolhtion, shall not xreeed ,one hundred alhoasand dollars; salt notes to be dated Ist l)ecember, 18:19. Restolved, That nll notes ianaed under the preceding resolutionshall he at all tunetsefdeemed at the 'Tfre.. entret's ' flice, in notes tof tlhe lankllk of tile city of New Orleao,, and when said alnks eshall pay specieL , said notes shall I,r redeenable atl t the T reas'l r oel's otlice in specie, or in the notes ofsaid bluks, so thle hlder oany require. The Noashille Rail Road.-This important railway has progressed twenty two milerand a halfdistance f'rmn thir cily, and has now arrived at tihe head or west end olLakeo Pontchartrain. The curs run the wholle disti nce. Tie road is put in grood repair, arnd its firther progress onward will i ease until theo meeting of thel Legislature. T'Io Iihands, however, we udleratand, will be employed in cutting timber and clear ng out the road, and I pracuring materials to bu t i it. It is now within fourteen or fi'teun miles of the Passe Manchac. 1At this place, it will interstct water and lrko navigation, will re a dept, if erecti.c on a pIroper plan, will Iring to the road an immense trade.- Then its usefulness to this city, arnd the Florida Sction of tl o State. will be seen and felt to a very considerable extent. A small sum of money, com. I prantively speaking, will carry it to this point, Swhich will aftlrd means of support to assist in its furt her construction--guarantee its practicability, and test its great utility. We trust uac a rreport will be made to the Le gislature, and a plan suggest dt to raise the fhrther I means of continluig this great work, as will be perlictly practicable and meet with legislative sanction. When it roaches theo Passe Mancha, and a depot is once estalished there, it will pro duce a handsome revenue, at least sulfficient to pay the interest on the State bonds, and keep down expenses. It will then be an object ofldeep interest to the city, and the section of the State beyond. The revenues accruing fr tile last nine months, when thoer was no point to stop at, but the Prairie co tage, is considerable, and increases every sea. Theatrical.-We witnessed on Friday night the perforrnancesof Mr. Fcld as Ciaude Molnotte, and Mrs. Field as. Pauline. Of Mr. Field we are sorry to say, that in our opinion he has not properly conceived the character. ieo certainly had some fine monente, at least they would have so been considered, hadl he been playing Richard, or Mac .Lthi ; but there should be no blustering or ranting in Claude Moltotto. His essential characteristics, we take to be, ambition, but softened by modesty and bsorb:'ng love. Hlia feelings towards Beau. oeart and Glovias are those of canempt and detes tation, ratller than anger, and in no one scene can we conceive thle propriety of ixhibitsng bursts of passion, although moah spisit seh'mld be manifested Iat tiBes. Mrs. Field, sustained Pauline better; she has not great power perhaps, but she makes up for this, in peculiar sofncess and tact in the pathetic se- ne.a Her playing in the coutage scone, in the interview with Claude in the morning, was correct, beau tiful She will never excel in deep tragedy or heavy h-pinsn ; lbut she must maintatin a high r.nk in -igjtter p ie.e. She' ietshandsome;' wlkl the ts tgd. with groat. ease .ani grace;.ha a sweet voipe, a lrhoste ntd dpereop.t stehodkadpt eood aloicpi4ion. We hlavino. need ofamsentioning Barrett as the frank and loyalesoldior:.i His Damas is etablilshed. We are agi ;compelled to censurd the Meterse De -Bar and Keppell can ithey nat-.dres a little bStter? tlheir aops, frock coats, 'and dirty pants aobns are eshocking; arid in tihe lastu act Mr. De Bar was really "dirty, anlt his old, dirt colored plusli vest is tiresome. Mr. Keppel has dressed better, and cain do it. Do Bar is always too slo venly and careless. Peter Wilkins has been played often enough, that's a fact, but still we a o not tired of hearing Archer's sonorous voice in the ," Sea." Mrs. De Bar a tog exceedingly well, that beautiful song, " The Sailor's Bride," and Smelser gave the valve trumpet obligato, w ith good execution. The last, r not least, Miss Verity deserves our favorable notice, t Why so intimidated in your song of,' Pity poor Yourakeo 7" you song it with all the soft plaintive. s ness it required. More confidence in your own powers will convince the audience, that you not only possess a very sweet voice, but a very gbood method. U. S. BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA. Tleis institution, now the the the of so much d'r t cussion and remark in both the political and com. mercial world, made a luminous Report and expo se of its affairs to the Comptroller General of Pmtnnylvania, the 4th of November. It appears to be in a prosperous condition ; and has doubtless contributed more biy its financial olperations to a. vert the heavy eversees in commorce and business, which has uvertaken the United States, than most a of the other state i:tsttutions put together. We copy th e following summary of the present con dition of this Bank, from the U. S. Gazette of C the 25th ult.: "Klinowing the inability and disinclinalltin of many to investigate for themselves, we think it bl at tonce ti anlllnx a true sureary ol the Baink statement of the present month, resulting in a clear aurplus of $4,869,909 67 over the capital and all liabilities of the B.rnk. This is the mo ta temperate and effectual reply to slanders and mi s. representations. Tine will develope and correct all the talevolent falnselhod,s whiic! are daily ut tcred against this noble Pennuylvinia instituion,. S'ate of the Bank, Nov. .1, 183. Bills discounted personal sucurity, $20,773,945 91 bank stock, 149,1176 00 other security, 13,568,948 98 domestic bills ofex. 4.521,669 90 --- -39,013,640 81 Loan to Commonwealth, 491.000. 00 Stock accou t, 13,422,074 34 Pennsylvania 5 per cents, 3,072,0511 52 Bonds and mortgages, 313,627 1ti Real estate, 907 812 56 Banking houses, 592,0911 :16 Miles King, late Navy Agent, 40, 44 17 Due by the Unted States, 5,267 32 Balance due by State Banks, 4,619,947 74 Notes of State Banks, 2,350.833 87 Specie, 1,748,282 44 $66,576,776 26 Capital stock 35,000,000 00 I Dividends unclaimed, 60,516 801 Agency London, &c. 8,408,652 5 i Ilhods to the Unitel States, 1,986,589 04 Interest on do 131,094 76 't'reasurer of the United States, 11,337 54 Depositors, 3,192,371 70 Circulation late Bank, 567,046 90 llBank United States, 4,83"2383 58 post notes, 7,016.613 18 --1 412,4,073 60 Resulting alanc due2,41,073 60 BILtk U. S. and agen. cee., 498,130 56 Surplus, 4.*69 909 67 $66,576,776 26 iWJ"hVer . was the watc-hman, on the beat on Puiydras street last night, from half past nine until albout half past eleven 7 The watchman on Union street took uip my ser, vant last night, while iona message froim my house to my office. As this the first timie such an oc. currence hus happened to me, and as the watchman gave as a reason, that I required a strict execution of the ordinances, Perhaps hie has special orders fromn his honor the Recorder, or tIhe manly Chair. man of the Police Committee, to vex me.-Every dog has Iis day-go on. We are gltd to find, that the Times finds our editorial matter so good, that he complains there is not enough of it. Have patience good sir, you shall Ib abundantly supplied ; but you will allow, that one is not always in the vien. We have but one pen, and much else to attend to ; perhais you have several. The great operation of putting the tickets in the Grand Real Estate Lottery, No. I, commenced on Monday, and so far has progressed with reasonable rapidity. It will take about one month, and per taps more, to put the hundred thousand tickets in the wheel. We have heard fna melacholly accident, which occurred last evening, on the shell road between the New Basin and the Lake. The captain of the French ship Cardinal de Cheverus. now in port, hired a gig to take a lady of his acquaintance, to see that part of the environs of New Orleans, Whon they had gone about three miles on the shell road, tite horse took fright, and proe.ipitnted gig and all intothe canal. Tile captain escalped, but the lady and the horse were druwnud.-Couricr. it - - ARRIVAL OF THIE BRITISII QUEEN. Ten doy, later from Engl~and-Unsettled state oj the Mone9y Market-Conrlmed scarcity f the WVheal Crop-New Mli.istry in Spain Attack on Louis Phdlippe--Triumph of the British arms in India- The Russian Mutiny, 4fc. The steamer Br;tish Quee-, fr which xvertattio hait ilell lt ti'.'ll iio fr severa I ar% arr VI 'i llh 8o'chck lasti n 1 e. n lln , 'itI inn' ' ni li I ic e iltdll al 3adinr..,and Ir....g se hlat vweek of Ilh tl salce,,, en. countered It 'eIely ad weather. She ilbnrht 181 P"S"1'"B,·lr. ' The io'Plciince'ei liiii' n'om l the I'ule rr rcceivral by Ile" ill Quee innl111n 1 iii eon''qing. As he a lise Ii mpoey hiemarket yis nonerl i at la. lresent tl with i uich I aRi ie'v, wli re I lInt our frit atlleni -n. Alihoigh mouyn aip.iari d to be soyle i.at,. easicr fur two or lhree dais, we are nl le, to duis cover.. oin uile lole, any materiii change i oli te better... The Liverpooi n all nout arrivtl, anthe news of th+ ,,,,n y te U.ilitend Senyeaink hai, 'lt Ie a rem crit el whi o , i l,,, Ilr, ish Quen 'an. ..'i; i ii.et .t ly , be inavet not as wnl antnicipated Iyn tni arrival, any ul es ilthi effecl oalhnt disaler Ioi Englanud. A II foreien securitien remalilned vry much depressed ntnni'anien o hndiiilfer th uechn r deesioi. t-+ without prld ring e tnde inteelief',et rg. ieie a ftvr able t . to theketehange. It " ill .e. sen byi the ex tracts whic we e ma11e follr Lonldon paplerra lt the cOlulny is still trluelinll aloln under as he'vy t0 pres s. ure ns it can well hear up under. oow it i to et urli impl(issile to predlict with any ac curney. The news of the llnspnilo inll Philade'llin tny crea a patie Ihetr il retard t Ithis ouantry, the elTetl t. of which wottuld be widely disiastrous. The Lioidonii 'lTimels of alturda y the 3nd it, in its Ilonel ,a kti artiele foir othe preuedru daet, saie: o'eueeh nl'u has l eeilt cumnar lrly easy during. t1h whole ol'th:a week, there were some innicntions in the hatlterl rt of the day efa renewal oa'el Ine prsre Nonau efor thintranspl.ed inll I hae ft ea'rur but thile increased caution in the mIlllet:lry circles was too bviouu to he a m ake in n. The frMoein exCheulanes hve uder one 3o i rster Tde. c:line thin nl tIrnobn, w chiln of thel, have lad sml lo ting to sthld tile it, clin itt t lhe price Inrke uch thev sleerlbed. \\ s ut illlrd y er.ll aMoey ntte i, quite eta y ie the reu'I, end l Ban Eno orned n r Ittls r xhat ed stll folulnd. oreoer, o t t)O have an wereal llt horieinal purposc oife by giring n Iiitvonble turn to tile excha . apderstlod the thellk diBectin aill ha hd rel rec tied action iec hom upplies of ullin rine t ke lest off ial nreCe eof andit acde, nd ns Ihe hri e iarn pub. lldPr the hut tIe" rate on Paris was qulted to-dan 25, 3.1 to 35; \mst-rda n Il'.. to 1, short; tambure 13, 9 while4 to l, at it te cne, w cot rely pn y The Morning Chronicle of Oct. 30th .avsn Tye principal thing to be said oi the Engllst Stock Market today is ll0t very littl3-4 fusioe s hco been T'teen per oots redoned,h93-8to 1-2; 'ree tranloet d in it. and ethd pric97s are much Three amen ac yesterday. Mony 4 to 3 e qitcheo en y unllderstood tiat ae Bank of EtIUght d reei9ved conPidierable supplite of bulho since the last oft. eial retorns of its assets and liabiltlCts were pub. Clte;ctedbut the Exchanges eontinue yeatey and while t hat is tle case, re cannot rely upol any appearance of returning confidence. The e.osing prices were, eoosols 90 3-8 buyers for money, and 90 5-8 to 3-4 for the account. ; hI'lree per cents reduced, b9 3-8 to 1-2 ; Three and a hIlf per cents red uced, 971-8., No. Thrce and a ha'f per cents 98.1-4 to 3-8; Exchquner bill 4s to 9n dil ; and Bank Stock, 1791 to 8031, Front the Times, Ot. .4. Connected with tIl ira loactions ycsterduy in forleigll v.cuhalugC it was rellarked that sollme of tae parties wh .act for the hbink of England in thh-drauprbts op Paris, drew bills at three mahthpi, bet latet in'tlie day -beqinmtiket'ikers also of she't bll a.on.iliosame plaoe..' benes it w.s -eoneluded .that these t latter were to pay for hills coding to mUartlu tatinder.prh arreogomaent wilt the banrik- eof FrErpe, auid ,t.? stta laing'bilib'.atq saeive to opjrei the naw ackoduht.... Iftthis however slto.ld prove to he the true-:Ittoe oaf the case, itlfollbwa that no great frthler IIfluonce updn the ixelaidnges.is to be expencted. dride 'that. a.rangemrnt.t uniess there should lie some extension nmade of `tire' original reedit. Tlliat the mere operations of trade will bring any relief to it, there is no present likelillnhod. and the pros;ects continue, in thait most unfavirable. What the issue will be, therefore, is, or o gut to be, a matter of some anxiety in the bank parlor. A sort of contradiction is put forth on the rub ject of tie proposed loan from Holland to tile bank of the United States, to the allegation that it is to cover post notes over due on the continent, and we are told that there is not any of such damaged paper in circulalion there. Butto make the con. tradietion rifieaotive, it should be affirmed also that there are n bonds, or bills of exchange of the said bank, to hbe provided for out of the loan in question, since that would otherw;se come exactly to the same thing. That it isto be a bona fide loan, apart from any prevision for old debt, and the sum it re presents to be remitted to England or the United States, in aid of the general operations of the bank in question, is what few people will believe with out better authority tllhan any which is at presont to be met with. If itlehou i be so, it will bhe a th. vorable symptom in tile affrlirs of the bank, and of course an instrument of some consequence in turns mg the exchanges in favor of this country. But it will be time enough to settle this point when the contrtct is actua ly concluded, which it seems is not yet the case. FRANCE. Tihe intelligence from Paris is up to the 30th nlt. Tile Paris papers ofthat date contain no news of importance. except thiat tihe accounts receivedr from several of thre departments showd that tire corn markets were again looking up. Nearly the whole of the French journals of thie 281t llt. de claim nga nst the suggestion of the Journal des Desbats, that the French government ought to grant passports to Don Carlos, with permission to etlirc either to Austria or io Italy. This looks well, as it manifests the earnestness writh which tile majority of the Ptris papers desire to witness tihe tranquiqhzatiol ofthe Peninesula. Attack by a Maniac on Loais Philippe -[Fromn tie Messenger.-''This day. (Friday, at Ihalf astl five P. M., a woman named Stephanii Giraudet, a ser vant ut o of place, who, it is said, is insane, lthrew into tihe carriage of their Majesties ait tone, which broke tile winedow, of which the pieces of glass wounded the qgr en on tihe head The woman was irmediately arrested and conducted before 11. Ma. rulhe. Lorbro, commissairy of police of the T'nille ries district, where sili was interroaatelo biy tire pro. feet of the Seine and the prefect of police. ''lle tol owing are the fact- as Iransmited to us by an eye-witness :- \t half past five the King's carriages hiad just passed the gate of tile Carrousel, on the banks oftihe river, in order to go to St. Cloud. The first carriage occupied by the King, the Queen, and Madame Adelaide, his sister, had arrived about the Iron gate to tile Tailleries gardens, when a woman rapidly approached tile door. The soldiers of tile escort were preparing I a push her back, when, rais ing her arm, she threw with force a projectile, which broke tire glass, the fragments of which struck the queen's lead above the left ear. Tire carriages seopped in an instant; but, the wound not being serious, thie King ordered thei to go oin to St. Cloud. The author of this incredible assault appears to be about thirty years old. She isof tire middle height and sanguine temperament. Hler costume was that ofaParisian servant. The inceo. herent answers of this woranr have left no doubt as to her insanity. PRUSSIA. The Frankfort Journal says, that " Mr. VWhea ton, agent of tie United States of America at the Congress of the German Customs Union, has beeon more surcrssiul in his mission than Dr. Blwring, hav ng succeededr in obelining a considerable re duction in the import duties on one of tile principal productions of his country (citton we suppose.) Among the motives of the Prussian government for granting this favor to the Umtied States, was the large exchange of products whi bII has taken place between Prussia and North America, which latter takes a gre:et quantity of wool, linen, glass, &c., lfrom the Prussian states." SPAIN. Tihe political news from Spain is not of import. ance. The last accounts fromi Arregon state that General Espartero was to have marched from Muninza on tile 18th ult., and promised to strike shortly a blow, but appeared f'illy aware of tlhe dffi. cullies he would havn to elncounter in a country so) comprltely laid waste as were ithe moantainous dis tricts hel won d have to traverse before reaching tile s'rnglhlds of Cabrern. Illness was also be. ginning to thin tile ranks of his army, and he was obliged to havhetile sick rnmoved to a considerabl dislance, having no Ihospitals nearer than S.iragos. sa. It was rep rted, but not credited, that Cabrera had discovered a very serious tendeney of his arimy to submit to the Queen. It was believed, however, that he ihad rhot some of his officers for real or sus, pecled treason. Ti , Maemorial Borlrnlais " states that the sons of Don Francisco do Paulla (Infantl of Spann) were about to proceed on a political mission (to the United States in the first instance.) OCae of them would travel under tih title of Duke of Cdliz, thie other would assuome that of Duke of Saville, ti.les confeirred on them at tie time of their re srpective births in 1822 and 1823, by Ferdinand VII. Tile proximity of the former colonies of Spain suggested tile belief that their intention was to ascertain how muneh remained of tihe an. cient attachment t to the Spanish dynasty in those countries now again the seat of civil war. Tihe Madrid papers of tlie 23d clt. confirml tihe report which had previously reached us of the disunion of the Spanish government the reraig nation of the Blinisters of tihe Interior and tlii Marine have not tended to restore harmony in tie

Cabinet. Should tlles differernces continue, an Exaltada admininiatrati.n will be the only altern ative; in which case tile Chamnber, composed as it is, of more moderate politicians, would reject all revolutionary measures, and thus bring the gov ernment to a dead lock. A most rigid surveil. lance is still omarntained over Dan Carlos by the French Grovernment. To so absurd an extent, in. d ared, is it carried, that the gres.d'armes about Buarnes are all furnished with lithographic por traits of tlhe royal prisoner ! ýýrrovcy arn ....... TURKEY AND EGYPT. Letters from Con'tantinnple of the 2d not. have ,ben received, but they bring no accaunt of anly progress haling been mrle inl the wy of dc finitely settling the orinmilal qt stilon. The counl mc of war ilppointe I to inqulro into the conduct of the Turkisl officeri at thei battle of N'zih, Ihes solemnly acquitted the conlimander.in.chief, tiflz Paciha. of al lamne, and the Sultan has rein.tatod hliln i his rank lo generalisinme of the a miPes of A.it Minor. Izzef Plcha and Solymani Pacha were reprinmanded Iv the president for lhaviing neg lacted to to bring up their divisions when Pollutllon. eO, whieh neglecet greatly tortrbllnld to t oless of the battle. But as was st ted in the first accounts of the defeat of the Turks by the Egylptians, it appears thathr tel traitoo' was a Piusiano fficer who was known to he ill tihe ay of Rrssia, and whi entered tle Turkish army with tIh intention of tElSeting its delmoralization. and subs qulnt do. strnction. The nonoi of the Prus,inn oflicer thus digrac'fullly con;;reted with tile defeat of the Turkish nrmv, is Baroni T'inke, wlihose instree lions IIiz Pacliha proved thait he had been cotm. mended by the late Sulton to follow, n!thooglh he frequently had reason to be persluaded they were ruinous to the service. INDIA. Official de'patchte from Sir John Keane were received at London on tihe 31th utlt. announcino g the capture of Ghuluore, and thIe eccuiption of Cabool hv the English; and the consequent establisllnenn of Sllhah Shooja on the throne of Cabonl. The triumph was0 ahlnost a tbloodless one-Dost Mao thomed's troopls refusing to advance algainst the Britishl-and lie fled with 300 horselen I Five hundred of tile of Ghllzneo were slain, and the remailing 3,0001, with their commander, to' en lprisonere; whilst the total number of casuotlitie amongst the v ctors does not exceed 191 in killed woun.dediad mirsing. The moral effect producend by telo capture of Ghlznee has been uch las to cause t!he dispersion of Dost Mahomed'a nrlny, a.nd to secure the peacoable entrance of Shah SlIhonjo iino the capital of his domininions. MISCELLANEOUS. Londlln, on the 22d ult. was uddenly plinogedI into mourninllg in neoseqnence of the announee. Inmeit of a tftal nacid.tlt which befel Lord Brough. hamn on the previous Saturdaly byo the broeaking of the axle of lis carriage ii Wi'ertinorelanid. Ilappily the gloom was as suddenly dispecrsed by the publi. cation ofa sec nd edition of the itlurning Chronicle, announcing that what they had published in the first edition was a ftlseoood from beginning to end lwhereupon great was the rejoicing. Tihe Right lion Lord Georgo Thomlnto Beresford, brother to the lord Primate ofall Ireland, and un ele of the Marqgiis of Waterford, died on thle 26th ult, at tihe palace, Armagh. The Duke of Argyle died on the 221 ult., aged 72 years. The Duke of Bedford died at his secat in Seeo land on the 29th ult. aged 74 years. The mistundeorstandings of IBulwor and his lady have finally fnond their way into the newspllapor In the Morning Post of the 3t1t ult. sllne has a lotter over hier own proper signature, in which sir erlhib. its someo jonousy and a good deal of teurmagency. We do not sue that Sir Honry has as yet comlmitted himself in the journals. Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg is still the guesti of Victoria, and ii is conceded on a'l hands thliat the present intention of her it ijesty is to take him to Ilerself. Frol thoe Court Circla int it eippoara they are mluc inll colnpany, in publillc it lost, Shtridjan Knowles'~ new play;. of thich: report .speakt hglily .Was to have beaos prirducoil:on the 4th instiit'at Cobvent-Gardon, on w-hich .oeiaoin Mitus Ellen. Tree wms to have omade her 'frit s'a." peanoce at that Theatre since lier return from Aicriid. . is RUSSIA: Letters from 'Berlin give the. following. details respecting tlie mutiny in the carps of the Rlsssian GeneraelGeismar, which has recently .hoee. tone lirined in several foreignjournals 'P his corps, it is.said, has bee) for a long time under orders itr march out of the interior of Russia into Poland. In expect tion of this change, a conspiracy was formed in tie corps, which was composed almnst exclusively ofRusslons, and which was to hreal out on the first favorable opportunity, that should present itself after the arrival of the corps at War saw. The conspirators aimed at nothing less than making themselves musters of the citadel at Warsaw, and of the fortress of Modlin. The sup. plies of arms and ammunition accumulated in s these arsenals were to be divided amongst the peno pie; Poland was to be cale:cd on to rise on Masse, and the leaders were determined to march on St, Potarsburc with all possible speed. Time order to march actually arrived, and the corps began to move in the direction of Wilna, but was suddenly and unexpectedly ordered to halt, the reason assigned ior which was that the Emperor intended to pass it iil review. During tie march an officer of artillery, Siervzynski, had beeon admitted to join the conspirators, and having learned their plans, contrived to send timely information of these pro ceedings to St. Petersburg. All the necessary counter arrangements were immediately adopted by thi government, and after thle corps of General Geismar, had spent about a fortnight in tile neigh. borhood of WVlna, that General and 28i officers wore arrested on the same night, and several shot without formal trial. None of the motives which occasioned the conspiracy have transpired; and it seeoms that the Poles, so lfar from being participa. tors in it, were not aware of its existence. Per Steamer British Queen. LIVERPOOL, lnt Nov.-Our last circldar was un der ie rof 1 lth ntt. per the Grtat i Veoern. Fri a week sobseqaentl thie demnuid 4 frir Cnotrl1 cri rrd - utoa lld !erlh saliens RI I n2 lll 21,th5'10 bales av,l5e9 of eit lr expor lit, I the orranlitv or-lr inS wat s olhre thian adeql iate th .leltllv liII dn.nlno l cnllr in ec reteqm ,ce newe,- further declined bd pe1 Iltr In th.e resent reerk. Ihos eer, thle tsilreSr hac iFeo Imore esnterlsive. atld fr ther least reer or ftr etir Irlherderes tve rIrIt Ilfer ed theiru chcca err feely, whicth ht. given firness to lr tarkre, tanlr the h rt e tir, a lrost week s lar 1en pi ally reclrveed, eo trot prirces are now abrr 1- iI Ion tllrC of Ithe 1 olh ,etrlnd wroe qliore fair qrualitiesi 3 5 The hetinons fCt thell w reended todayr alnlunto s o 27,1!00 t nles--ofi whi rI fuie00 are Up ilal, at 5 7-8 a .; 10,7Otl tirl..ar ' t 53 41 aI c I--t withl 20 it I i-; i,8tOit Alnhma i nc ro bl ftr t 5 3 4 ia ' 3-4, 'ol 1110 S Island at IS ani 3id tier le . Ablr oetll thIlusenld boales lave Iero taken i to specultionlr 3,00 i orr expe or. Thre acounlts of rnale at lanirchesIlere od other alnnnU facturing towns are still reiremety gloimy.; slnoe util uree of spineers have Ireirerisl mor r re aippree hr-otred, wllar the srsteri lkf wrkingr r hioe r tioranle r r to e againi erxledirc rlnnntcr them. If hlererl ie ire hai not fhid the beenfit of this tcotr;ne r xpnrt dein id and tile hut ir.e aer e Clltien hv shailse, lleontlet with the contineloal tira, (hdI winm aiee speulaive po t w.i sea seem tot have ileeln chiefly tslnnfiuedl) our arket would iprollnly have Iean inn I neuch imme deressrd state, fir tllene operlntios have dmtltlesn inepied -tine of rlip clrnis,,ere ctitb confidence to iuy tore er-cit. lihe tposibilitrv t oiI ofeuI)IIrecf Itte New Cerop terai tie United Statirr beint relarded to aill mpoirish, etenrr at well as the nccolunts ofUhs hriic aeeiu a shoro I,p hbee er iRrIrCr-rec itl CellerrarlinrIog tIi etit ei rite dis iouttgil,gstate or thie teri ndril earnraecrion iftir III. ney eir-ulatioih Thimple i nr into liverpiot , t in-.i hi-e Ist Jlll, ire las been 947,000 balee, gsiurnt 1,273.n00 itn tire flert rr; IIititho iof inc- oro; Ihre supplyo freoen re Unitedl Stare tree been 755,1,00, tering i decrerae ot290O, tt0 brles. 'f, stock ii tart is estitrredri or 337,0!90 icler, etrainSerlt .2, on thce let if Novembere lct see ron; tie orock if trr:ericrr t is outir tlO-l000, beiog a The Cr:rt orlnkets er e rather tldVallriog, antl Iteur is in fair delranrd at i40, a 12eper bbl. dterv pid,. i"tI tII dluty is now 10t per bblh a.ert l.ely to br 1O i" rt i, or m three wereks. FOIr tillreII. l rie- ef r In, iriteriorr ilrW Steat there is every probulbiliy of tie duties trem nirriec Turlpettine ill mnderate demand at U:s a :13 5.1 p,'r cwt. f'ate sale- of "l'ohucco, the. s.t imullelhL amlOUlnted to obout 5t0 illrl; plrier- iellnilt wiilltir ci-hang.. Cirrlespondellne of the Courier ulcd .llelliler Lox ire', 31st O;:rt. 1329. As I kllow vont readere feel e deelep ieieresl ill rhr Enhlishie re tIr arky.l:I; IIhd mony ofrbi-trr e-lrtt Ilivr the mlea e of iscertainiir IelC r e'l-ui c eltl.- of t acIk of flcur and cn Amoerica baerte, nIor ofe ac jIeioeg the tuir mien, itih'r vitie, rvecein ies it dorae rei'ori Io t.he duily ItuI)tri tlhe Iltartel' it n IrenL, I t i ne the I irt IV Io .endin, , te c fdlowig i ,tlil',ti t w iltie v IIi . i y give ilhe iufroLnaiou require-d but pill save e the labor Uf cu eu i.11 leh I s ark "it i diii , r weigii : 2.e 9 Iti i ,, a htnrrel o,,., tut~ i -,b,, flur 191i Ibsi.-lminllstocrlnto1lo v a atrrel of fleer is .ee-e- ll. [rnits oif a sackb ir rlr-igbt. TieI reltlive vlue is as -t y tllltl Rtlttiee duly A i;rtkiof flour. qartiI if twhfter iii bln Ast 7lietleldee a tilc. et 4-ti sd ,. 0. r7 S1...1 . .ge tir " f.ll 46 :ti IH 1 . : ti1 - D ; 10 5) 52 '" 3i e]ie5 "ct "5 " 5 1i 1 0 13 tf Theipresrnt rtyeiprn pit qruartecr ofonerat s Osr Pd. a bh'. four4Us. Thleer r p I. hi rnr than walx ,l on,.: ti . nlnll ielareri.. Fiei fiririigu whine,]itea a co-cc.".- cc i* iR 76s.- wllw rrlle'rrrirciprrseo ericlt y elatc grnerety tilre rdrv rclnPrt r teillllll;e r i to Wo rlxliel t I. ThiIi re " ,it is ce itir, d Illid rullrwin pfie 'iretir Iii iirrhfir ari ersrc (rrin ri way mo frcfrera ft refir clltliry of.]irr. I enI irf iOPrece011 thll fie dry Ncw York wheat would Isi a afe r e0lltlcl toe c lilhbri IlAt'RE COT I'ON :MARKET, Nov 31. Riicc r sillre tlhe ideptrlure of tlre Itst p-keet hae Ieee oa a elldrsenl owinirg r, tith uctivo, a'-nn actvies frOIr ince Inll also flO ln our llantlu . t illrlllg dl-tnCs, owlre the coullllllr}U red alate f trade ledllld Illotrincly tI, depres Idwon the pris of goods. lyers ecosequolllly lhae e ilducemnne to ursi aloy inrt market. hlv e l cofillol their pnocrtioni stril ly iatisfy daeily wanr. iryond whlchl they tusvs ees c no rles tlo adweet. Nothines worlh, parlcr1cr inlcne lhi thirvfenc taken trnte tihti werek,allr u tiruui prirces hare or<inciinarly iellffec rather doiuwnwards, the lclucallon n tonhn wh,,le esiiroLt r oensilrsi d eaero ieriIi rlOr r t rr err ahir fii rdefnllte reduetio Durill.n thls htllh r ilnpOrl tloin- of -oroeirnoroveercd to 741it 11 el ale; t ire sart, no 44 700 htloes. Th idecilriei United Oreaoreori a, asIeen tirolll fec .ifR1 TheP aleo frolt the i3d to :llst, u--..040J4s bscr New Orceisln pF I 1 If:2fr Mlotllie. 2. Sh!97ifb 170 Uco tlordt Wii1),of: 3 Flor i Is7cf17lo10, 45St Du00lllOe 94fc, u155 rona nlhucon 130,113". Totul395:toet hi s. From the London Courier. Noe. 5. Ctre. 1i o'clock. 'fTire nfivorneble otatn of tile rWealc er lill kheeps inl the iomeword btlu id, alt 'neast crOl those iIuar, ,oes f ow hbrl'r e(lulIntnoAtilouse cre OsiXsie loIned fe-cllo d Illllotihl tle Ioie.rir.rrlelter "III rom t New YIrk w nill e tie to-lnn'rowe, it is rot expecrted sleilei arve heferc TIlesu;le or redllestdny. In ithe meanteic e a erne Il irrlltessilpervldee inrllllnlPr'inetioffis o eoPellece withe te Si;itt , rind the i cr ton lc t"ir -titi n Liveri'reioI i it ,- ~ p st eork has bee cnrrcnithjeetd o a oirllolr cfe ille wi] .ns anrr;uu is ame reeeivedI fronl tie nmanufil ',ur,n, 'is. Iriees. o a nSor"positir e notsnurnce oitcirJr:llltd, re lde-li rnlr'y einuleer that al,) bol elu irovert nt u .i dapres-ion, enod ?ht litll. btri r s e Iei hr,,n det til ire n i es Iree i at loritint liprC. sl trel eIrlrh Ireaek to-ee, ior Sew-. tocko ebtufb irltitulion Ul.uy be qucted Thlrieu ontfitv Cf fiereigc WVieet oifferE c-c cirg. of'local bU),cec bUcnieesIo a consid-rhble exlelrt car trans:lrrl i liedlrlrteres of grrrd errrr turnI Irites nfr Ioh tIrenllo, teir r (lv t se IIe ieht. fltere -acu it blrtrer sale tir Floure, hllt nIrir e r of c-oy adaccee havinr ilete reslizeo Oil either tOwn or coontry iiiclllOct1 eurtd. c-It1Y-h??u Ac -lI_ CANDIDATES. [7e aVe are authorised to annIIunIce that, at the soliei. I tation of a Ir ge numbner of the citizals of the three I 9tunicipalities, 1tr.WILLIAM HFERET E os con-ntPted to tihe presentation of his name to his fillow ctiizens at tile next ensuing el.ction, as a candidate lor the office of nlayor Iof the (ahity of New )rleaIns. - Nous sommes autorisds bo annoncer qu't ln domoando do'un grand nombro dea eitoyens dos Trois Municipalits., Mr. WItLLA.. FInRET a connent i to pr6senter comma canldidat it Is place do Maire a la prochaine dlection. 17U L.U. GAtoINIo,at till solic:ration ofmiany of his friends, chas consenteid to become a candidate for the office of Mayor of this city. 17 The cttsignees ,f 6 case itllmaked (C C in dina. mood, iil I hbl Iloiked ll , jilst received pur eiit LOUISVIt.LIE, rolml Ne. Yiork, iare teqieote l to li pay freight and charges, an liake saole nCn). WM15 1i FIIOtIICK & Co, d5 70 lamlp at FOIL NEW YoRK. Lotuiaitna and Nerw York Line. 'ITlll* filoti tilit. r'egulllUTr lCk t shlip L ,OUiVi I.I.E, Al llesn nIln er, bovin, . portion. of lir calrgo rnenged, wil! Ihave l'uly des tilh. For freight or pn.'.-ee, having saBllIrior neein. nodlitione, apply on board, two tier hreltw Ihe Vegetable Mlorket, orto M IV . FOtDI(CIK & Uo. Ai.5 70 Camp pt I)J IA'S MKIIO)IlO . .i EMIOIRS c-f hii own time, including thile levolu IT tion, the Empire andt tile Restoratioon, ILieur. Count Ilailliew l)Duos, julot reeivedl and fir nle hv J. J. II SWVELL & Co, successorn to ALEX. T'OWER. 49( Camp r. dt5 YEIA.OW F'EVEl. A NATOMIICAL, I'atholonical an I Therapetntic re searches on the Yellew Fever of (ibrahltr, of 1828, Iy P. Ch. A. Lewic, oither of Lewis on Fever, Bllud Ltltilg. &c. .e., jst rt.ceivel nool for nal hy J. J. HASWEI. & Co, successors to ALEX. TOW\EII, 49 Unlp FIot. d5 l(O H t.fu--'r.l'n iirle,one toolthed sler ln irner o nod lio otlier gocd eolmk nd child's n/uee. Apply to Hl IIONIhAHEL, dS' 43 ''chapitoulan at 3HIINIiNG PAPERS--etlt i _ot t by 42; 11 Sream+ 261 hv 2 84; 10(I rooumis 26 by36; 100 reamo l R ,lt 4- 100 enu "tEulO Iy 42 ; 00 retoas 1c Ic y 13 Ili.olay recived frlnt the brih letzick cnd Panthtleui,a tv sale Iv j .1 IAl_\iiVEI.L Co. . c. t uccoyo 3o s 4 1A rOWA R, 4 CoUnlp it. d5 El7 oterrj lay, - don porer crertife, woo i mned to erontein llreienupon omet clore he iatoed 'but dared not fne :inserte It i aote ad i.vertile, et in the Bulleten oliLdbhlo', It istNurtainly . me.an and diirty rio that an fl oi. might play--that rn gdantlenit would be Auiftyof-eri nc in : tirh lack o if ene and lack o1 courage.r-Utlniiic;,Otli'lnoo. NO1TICE., liP The mtoelberse il St. PatrIek'n oengregatiln are hereby repeirc tillv notified, thrt the u.raice willhe per. farmod in one iI Mr. . E. Parker'S new tuildings'ih Jilia ltreet, nbetween oeag hi.r end Fou her :streelc , until fu'.elier iicre.l r e ir, itJ J JMITILLON i'nter." $20 tEm\VARi)-.Radmway -c n the' hdi No vemner, the nro Ge O citet E;, spehaking Eneg S liKh and iFral aleh, aged ant 18 orrl9 .vnrsm feet 4 or 5 inches highl, lert ad thick set small eyes1, pominent flrehel, nt opein Cnd free gat rlvi oe oe of Ihr ont teerh in the ulJpe jaw braketn. had oweIIt he Wlrt ewilsy, a )iralr cttienade tanta loons ervilh sleill blne Stripes, and inpl nglinm phirt, saird nero worked t ulong while teirt rl. Win. Ston., briheklyters's tand. FEINANI)r LEMOS, 9-it' No 333 l)auphinrie ci D ilUBLOIN --340 Mrexicnt n anid Patriot DIub Sloont for iale by d4 ABYOH FISK. NIEW 001GOODS. 0 US do AI.LEN ore nlow iping a complete a0 Ssltmnet I linell shirts; do :ambriiC , wit lieI fronts li coll.r t rs; silkd, cet2t1 isd mIri o unL er shirt ai d drbwer- cnmhric anl silk hiandkerehisa; blak Id faty crvatst i gr it variety niI linir e 'f.; slcka of every deseriplion; aion etlesrle nd eOtl n sr - ieldter; silk, coteo anrdn n thred olvesr gen etllretr horse +;kin gloves. Also--i slelniid assortment of lndie' and gent eme's rriting tesks, dresilln cTrae, Iltuienl boxes, work horee, Port oio iu Permery and cutlery, at the iHA ZAAR, ereller ofrSt. Charlelal (oi C llmnm rs. i 1rýANIFOLD WRITERS--Wdueon' improved ma .I ifitid writCrs, lier cLpvinp e h i rc VO le , e ra. ilgs,iplue+, c.jutst rerePived al the BAZAARI, erter of SI. Cilurles ard Ct.mller ut. d4 BUdSA & AI.AN. For cleanSi ,g. bhcatrfyieg end prerereing the Teeth. l 1111l, tpr halrth ceit- Cired gr.ct eerlehriy iiy LIle ottISesillig tlhe iIr- ito inivalutlie prrletrie. fir eiving thr' l'relllttipetibt, wereliner Ihe ,r Iltht, ntll rle lireiy eracdicairg tle srcurv . II i flrIlt.d k'ii gretdi eant pleas it tiore ist.-, undt hielov bet icrAl t ti e IhiiItnth and Ireservattiton oe te. Iel'eith arid euim; ncr d, sS it Io fse natll o of in f'a tcolrlsi vaf t Illp, the m incll l f thre'lIFeth , instead otf beint i.lrtired (at ii ineril vi to r the eal i in iMost oiel11 tOrritrrinu) Will be treeerver' aii erendere heautin, l ii tile extlenle . For sale tt tlre IAZAAR, corner of St Charles nrd C.orltnon St. d4 1IUStI & ALLAN. INFUItlIA'I'tt)N.-Til' tlltteinr of tile erirven. rf I ite SI.rrlr letrl, n l eli. a t rit:ll t el ie hn ti e htliti r ton irferin tile Iireirel ofe tile rhidrell clrlltir r it I er r ite, rhit t ie tin -cl ii'll t eti con e rithe fu ll of Decelmbher, ait Ill oi'clock in tile nlorllillg i and tertclillnnt te |lhitih o Jnlalltrv, lil'tl ereamter Pekin, Cypteln Siret k, will i' et St. liviitel't, a n tire ifrh, at 8 ,'ro eok if Ir irr irtig o receiv re ihs ehildrtn rdestined feir New Orleancr, or ite parishes eloin St. Michlael's, tile same iduy bItween : alod 4 o'cdck--i n Itie merning, tle \VW. Ifobinstbn will Iterive Ihossecwho reside ill tle parishes aborve. d3-3t NFlttlIA'l'l N antled ofre ri .\ItY CuItItN, froet Wytaruldet Irlhlnd will, calllio it hie ithv tar yreer agoi, urinc New York bVy hr Sister t IES., whi oe just arrived. The advertlier, would also tike tu oetin a Ecullont I ca tl-take cte. of chidren or fs Itstemid. Ad dress thile office of tile True Amte iecn, t. Cuharles IEx change. loF:SS Cr hNtIN. d3--thn g NlttTII':.-tShit Chirlee, Captain Ctoftir, from Philrettltiria, it eow diichttrtint rt titrs below file rail red. .otnuirrnees are Ilarlielllarlv reqrresrtd tIo attlcnd to hi reeipt of Ltheir goods frt n lhe Levelr. d8- Iw N. F. I .O MLY, 97 Cramp rst Philadelphia, ir trw disr'hrgicg t ierrs nhrve Itle Ailit. (lac4u1ecPIu R are iuti'Lultarlv rqtllerli toI aetrnd to IIhe receipt f threir goode fruni ItfsI.terr-. d. NF 10)'.O11.1, 97 1,N:mp it tcr,ewte,ir l)r' It Taylor, f , +b .titne. f sgoods per shipi Niagara, Canlt. Cte", Ilren Piilande pit , are tqrl ed tirtl\e knowan tlpir reeidr"e a he lisealrging clerk, 1t thc I.evee, o crwciae Iheir rootds will slored rat lrheir exense. N- O ., d -' 97 (',fIl, st I CIn a dianutd--11 ho:Ibxs Iollolneno Intmrkeh Jame s :qatllldlre ; l+ 4 euaeorg.. o rs, onlrkud J & II, r(cePived per Ipck.et stll Ipouisville, fr.nt Ne Yorkr' are i 1.'s d to cull, pay ireithr antd exlpeniet, nd t ,kesllnIe .Wnn., \W I Frl)ICK &Co, --ri e f.c i hr- rita IarkeRet|" r', i iitih irrt.d t e V tr Ie k It t Ir .I", on Ie +rd .hip St .\lart, from New York are re • h 0.,s led ......to mak,, ........h..e s ........... t. . le rk ..il. e eve... I, I..lI)1.AW. I ''he p-;ttekr't ah-ip ate. 31 , (icet Ftert , s t)is a{ ch rli, t e op ti'ite tir i era -te ft ririt rttt wi l tierlltst ate n I' lever Ic the re ipt t f t hi r ll. i t )'l' tI'n- l' he ,w -ri f till` i t, Ilt. ltee. Se! .ty, (lIi y 1ed( 'Sc ir t horor4 Inl) (i. ailt.ernr -.+' : _ -3 - ,3 l.A Y',I' N &. CO) 8l ()l J.3+;,nee eI ( tI)lll". ':.--+ Pt firnm ff'l' l|II. \'1) 1" :& I +()' I' IIIF N is this day d*o..Ih,. .. T.It.11)1, '1, r.mnina charted willtl tie u liciltion thePreo f. mall tlir , hiehi ptr puss, the an nae of thne perin will Inh, b` nusPd litrentiter. 'I''+ It It i ; For h.tlt nd the htir' 111Of dri3 39'i.immni son i st, c,,. r hrtia g ne iti ' II t ,l-a IIIlr d eu ll rn tiert 11111 theI pu blicr, lHitt eit obIliel o I re t 'rnr Ilrr u sinp i llea o i int ' of 1 ll(ealth I he h ,r soJ his+ stno k It) elesrs llI sweell llr rigton til5 A 't'O\VAlt 49 r C iamp ci JOHN J IIA8IVEL. & CO, tIC1CEsS()IiS I Alerxander 'Torcer 19 Cnamp istineth take plernhur in infourmin thin cn-t utri tf Ihvu Itl hunllse nnd Ithe publi: geuerahll, Ielr t h:lvng parehased fro mn t S. T1o.wer his e tire slo :k at' books, rtller telmv htrve toev such additions eos will inke their t urlment vry cttlte 'l. . T tev will ae ray be aide to rltipi v PriFtvre with itan, paiter for newspe pers, book ud job oerk of eiPr deseriptie on Ir eryt best ',Fm. Cijty nd elllhrney'rllehlnls wri find, bil.trk I k f 'VkikIhi e n, quality, i, d trire, tlerihe with cherek hIoiLs,bil hiot ter, lt.'rtrim hillue blanka, bills ladrne, with cil art let of c t'tlloneryuuay bUIy kt. veut light annd daerkatblue cdl Ielak wreinte flids; Iiankera ' icte cases, pocket hitolks, &e &e. A general asolr me ii of Iallka in nil the delartmentet if scierce and uteralur ., wihi the o-t extensivenr d nu lln plreh asaorllnent of ar, hblol huok, ever Ofllerd in New ()rlenns Iall oicWillch they ur repreured Iln sell fit coillrry Inerr ehtaIts end dea:en et tihe lones wholesrle i7i tl:te. 1l,+v 03 a ai n cnlri a Ikirinllme; each family will Iv.e the Ilellllger Of years,n li of euttig sis no much timber as they Inyv wn-ll, without ha. ng alnv Ihing to pay flr Ili time Iared upon. Fur furtlher lwrtic0 art, sply to II OO.NA .L, nI eorllrr Niachze al.,d t ', iloulns aRn pi o ANI aI--A oian to coo, k tand wash forts -- 1 u lll ily-f-()lly- w 0hol1 Icno ewell recom nllde T, c gre plrlanerllt mil lilll, by T applying at coler tI ". Iholn;R anl Edward strerta--A ohita weaillalhl hwol hplefi'ryrd. ___ n26 SAN 'I D wl F - T o oan d in Ulllil s: glno. I( r k e,- lr fi V iah'rw,tr wlur, h ol, wagrerrd r ces.at l.ll plolrt.a will bt given. Ni It &JI DVrREUX, n ''l l Tchlapltllatis at RS1IILE, a11v and Liverl stilt-1h_0 ilet Ivey i ran 1o . k rak. ne sal, .ll L-n rd tie lhip, Frank fort, )ileg t ' .Joseph s'raot wharf; apply to LC.ptl,i Itusel on boat dor to ni _ P I.AIlI.AVW, 51 Camp at 1AGGlSSING dllnoi Ai ln baOP 'h- 0 la oha ar bcllonrl3izrai mrkod J l irerIra & C,, Poarisn tenrn. ual fim ship NrienviI, thr,"e barrel+, marked P & . ny perso hvi.'llu irlne in their pla-es: rin, will peaeao give iufrgmit f tiul to No. 90 Common ept, n14 L1 TEAM IRf)VI' PAPER--New Inndiuig fim ship - .,UlllVille 6r,1 it NeW York, 100 reaucs fine c, opoe lmrdiuor, sriatble flr strallrboat ,ills,. .c A. fir asl by JO)IIN J IHA.WELI. & Co, b l2 Sllcesors to A a 'ro- r. 49 (Calllp at ' AY--150 blals, laoding from ship. St. Mallrv, for Ir aole by PEIER LAIDI.AW, n'9 51 Clrap st IUtl--UU ! andriig tii a steamer Indepead. mellc, , le lA DORSEY, nl3 44 dNew l.evee ý_ I 11TS" ýJ'I'Al'l RS--Super lRoyal, Royal, Me L did l and l'ae.ela Post. Just raocered aa for sale by t2) A'I'OWAR,49 Cap spat TOi WHI I't LEAID DEALERS. 3+0 CAiSKS plure leard, 500 lb. eacb, .5 casks No. I Lead "L i', " r , 0 ib, aach, 5110 kr.oa Ie:d, 25 Ihbs each, For salar bly Ihe AgenRa. JARVIS & ANDREWIS 09 enrner CaCo & Tr'rhapitooll i a 1s ' ,TOItt Ilal..--tal hoI. iast qollty Virginia l aro I l oil, I0 bilsa Woeteor ciioror oil, NI. -1, r sole lby JARVIS & ANDIIEWS, l29 corner t'o('or & 'rlt pitlmlas st (I1'[IV'N GL.ASS laodliog fto, shirp theruoke,--lO I) x l1, 12 xaI. 124 x 16, New England crow glass. 'Ihis glass was purchased at reduced prices at Iahe ri!idiolgup of tin maautialuaril e llorlny, andr i now olierdl very low. JARVIS. & ANDREWS, toO cort+r Cm & T'rclapitluulaa at B)LANK CAIRIDS-An ivce. of Albat aad Ely'. i enaamtled, ivory sarface, plain and colored bla.l k cards of the varioous sizes, just received and Ir sale by JOIIN J HASWELL & CO, 29 SucceSrSOra t A Towear, 49 Cnmp at BANKER'S CASER and Pocket lBoaok, Money uelt, VWallets aad Melorandms-a- A large andl chaice assortment, just recaivaedl and for sale by JOHN J HASWELI., n29 Srccessors to A Towar, I9 Campa - jAY & SAL'-41II0 bales hay and 150 lags Liver r pooaalt, loadiog tiam ohip Powhattan, an fr ol- by PETER LAIDLAW, IIt2 51 Camp at I)GAtihIN BALE ROPE--:10 ieae.sI ,r, - I bagging-365 coil loae, all of Kentu.ky r ,i:r lactlra and fir gal ar, aycnmnaclmdalting terms by ,14 S Gi BI.ANCHARD, 33Gravier at ST. CHARLES THEATRE. Stige Mnner.ag er. rea-trtt. Ol aitey Eirilitl , Dcc.5B will.be perfomed with Salthle original nhuic; tihe I)lOamptli Ope " ." ROB R OY. A 0IULD LANG SYNE. Ro .Roy Mlc ergoir Camnpbelli,. r Bartia Frnnose Oebalhlist,l .t " -• ehelcaf H " Ileleti McGregor, MS Stuangts " During lhe eveeing ihe Oichrstra willperform tl Grt.ad Overtilrea to LA PRISON D'2DINROUROL& LESTOCQ. .. To conclude wilt the highly popular Fare or the IRISH LION. Tomn More llOe Lion, r dt Mrs Cerulen Fizgig, Mrs S:uurt In consequence of the approbation with which the Musical Comnedy of the ENGLIShMAN IN INDIA Was received on Sunday Fvening, and the demand. l-r tor to wilmlar. ice representation, he puhlin is re' s(,elfu~lv Inforomd hliat it will be repeatedT'o-morrow J I)ootrs open at 6-Performances to commence it 7o'clock.lebI 17 Seas.n Tikets may be had at lih Box Oflice. iOpen from I0 ontil 3 o'lolk. METAIRIE JOCKY CLUB RACES. r IItE lall Meeting for 1t.0, over the METAIRIE I COUI{SE, wil coutlneoe rn ahe" .,d I WedL.. rrr~lny (12thk) il) I eeember, aml conltiaue e days. I'err Day -Joky ClIub Purer $8P,1 mile healts. Second Dy--Jieky Clihi Purse $12011-3 mile heat. Third Dny--Jocky Club Purse $.t00;--4 mile heats. IFourth Day-Jurby Club Purse $6h0-unile heats east ;1 to 5, Fifth Day--Proprietor's Purse $10; 0-mile hears. .I' . I'El'El ClIN.I, Sec'y. WASHINGTON BALL BOOK ST. I'HI.11P STREET, BETWEEN ROYAL AND BOU'RBON STLaTsa. ttill,: MANAGER of the Washington Ball Room respectfully infirms his friends aid the public, the the shove menlioned establilshment will open for Ihet season,on 3lunday evening, November 4th, 1839, by a GRAND DRESS AND MASQUERADE BALL, and will continue throughout the season every Monday \Wednesduy and Faturday evening of each week. Admittance for Getllemen, $2 00 New Orleans, Oct. 24th, 1839. The Verandah--S. Charles Theatre-Comp at. Theatre-Caldwell'. St. CharlesAreede--lterl.. -Stores-Squares of Ground be CAPITA.L PIZbS !!! OUISIANA GRAND REAI, ESTATE AND SS'I'()CK I.O'I'TFlY, ollfce corner of Canal and Si. Clrles stlreetl, authorized by a law of the Stole, 6lthlarcl 1828. JTIlE IIAI.F MILl.JON, or rump street Theatre I.tl..l,r 1291 Peizes! dlrawus on list IDecember, New Yeir's Eve, adl linilshed in one dra.ing. T'HlE GRAND ITWO', MII.I.ION LOTTERY. S10,0100 PaizEs! !! Wi'i romerne edrtoing as soon as I:racticable after a CAlIUWELI., OAKEY & PRII'CUARD, d Fi o Poprities & Managers. 1f1iASO No.-i1 o1a111 IEinklf lillion I ie ,ump Street 'y heltre Class of tIh I·onioa G(IANI) LREAI. ESTAtE ANt) SeIe'eK loilt. ir.RY wYill tiuriTively b dreawn on the li 31sl Itt --lo I New ioar't re. CAl i)lWEIl, IOAKEY & PIRITCHARD. tll OlItie ii epr u'o anl silSts Charles at. tU IAIINh-.l,(0 box nesoutit and for SN PCIill . r2I llll.S h - lo gea lean ita hereire eCeureni or J, Ih ,iI n. um r G ileA D Ikec hEiT'I'E AND Skindsl*, Just receiveiiad tr sle by f (!OOcSIP & Co, Naval, 1tilitere & Finletinaltl Hatter undaer on1 Eihliteig Ilorel, St Chsrles at S l ira tullmo ja, A Vltelr 1ustr01dk iii rlrre l us orisley f S ,JUSl received a ind fur scle, n re a nd b eyer n Nlel ietolan MiltfroniH Fanhio mh te Hters, no o cn Cutrg litelA, I.Tr Chas, atc MlAH'I'IN I & J DEVEREUX, S nd 0i r I l'rl.olituulea st i lt k . -oehlub.,b ;)t the InO boxes, ,fer s- le by nlii- Ii IIOIOSEY.,4NNw Lever. (1 b.8'V5r 1 1 ur I , e-i2uisii in t.ore r.a eale by SW2 t' J TI!\AYi& (lit. 74 Ptodrastat II A c.\I daL lr I sRiiAO &e l&A nSdg.HeSerA fineas - norl ent iln . sires ft . c 4 to inch Bnes,fir salety 3 A I'IET I.AIDLA W, V Ctop at j 1.1.L'UR-Ii109 bhlriesb· uBakers' brottds, at tie . t.ding, ll,;er fla boatLfr sale by nI13 I DORSEY, 44 New Levee ) A'I'S-l 'su.brs at the oiticakg, nper lit bart, fur sale by G ISORKEY, 013 441Nete hesee q-J r r Ji.lnrll j 'i'iA o yalY b y e'i ,exIn.ely f, fur II usei l ouenon ing fnron ahip Ni.sgi, fromon ild seiilti, and fur sae in lots to suit piircihaners1 nlily nit board or to N F COILY, 1 97 Camp Pt I. 5 I.i)Ul-100 1 blbe a thIe Iakelirs, broalo by r d2 t; IORSEtY,44 New I.evee I A)IiiIt- - lIt t1AIIhS. &r.-11 -.-tndlre bindirr'a C EItinrlo, 511 toIn do diistrsw, 100 . do Itoset Jun l , ju Itdol a frote chip Ohli, rim Philedelphia, anil fir tale by JOHN J II SIVELI. & C, __d' _ sul orlrs ito A Tnowar.d Cann n n t di a cce.onrs to A Towar,49 Camp !rt ICAP Al, I.LETTL'E IAPF;I( U ,00 .... for. ruled aep pap... 251i do dl do d low prie. 551 do do do Ieler pper 100 do dhi pain d, do 511 do lllh.Ir's uo; ck.e pnt, rlled on 3 rider, Sjut received alnd f.r orle hy Juhn J IIASW'FI.L &(I, , J. .IHJIYrgsII [ t|o' A I'orllr 4!) CimD it' mAI S-.-16i8 kegs, a.*osoted nuolher,, nail, .piker, lt l and.1ds18, lasililg and in m re, for sale low to lore a clo.rig, etlt. by N F COUId.Y. d'2 - 97 Camp et CAt l' \1VHCELS-Ujf varios six0., in nor,, and forsalebv N FCOMIY, d41 97 ('amp .I S11\-;f7 pile Ao.oo-li A G (uin, ladiog limon hip ý" Nil.gorn, frout Philadelphia. oad for sale from Ih t Leee; pply to N F COMLY, d2 97 Camp s CI A I('0T-Of Philndelpliio o.nafolletere, for sle by I 1 d2 N F(' OMLY. 97 Uamp st R -l.\-'l'..PA PEIt- lotD0 ream paper foIr news, Sof iz from 2l1 &. 31 t. 129 & 42, luot landed f, oo lhips Oncn, folo llRoeton a.d tile Ohio from Pididel. dois, anl for sale by JOPINJ IASWEIL L&Co, .128 Soor:ceosrs to Alex. Towr, 49 Conmp, t 1AR--O9W kribi Ia-- ard io ooaxlol by I nl6 G I)OILSIY, 44 New Levee ()IL &C..0N. I.ds--199 bxo.r Fperm Candler,"W It, Rtlamnn's" brand; 1400 do handsomt tight premed extrr, "ohaw & Earles" monufaeroe; :.9 cask sperm Oil, Iodijg ex Itri.o Ageoorl, snd for salu by 25 G BI.ANCHARD, 33 Grvier r t .i1~t--500 bris superfine, fir sale by I_' n15 tl DORISEY.F 44 New .Levee VII IIKFEY--100 brls rctiilvd i stole for sale by I 12 G DORFY. 41 ,.aew Levee .OPE- 300 codo for tale by N F tOMLf - n5 " 97 Camp at OSI' --2140 bbls soperior qalilv, for rola by n95 N F OMLY,97 Camp at ' ATEAUS--2 first rate Philadelphia trde 0at* teauns, for sale by N FCOML,Y n.25 9'Camp ot lto I'S, CA IL''S, BARIOWS,&r--I0 stie and Sfor oble by NF COIY, ,5 9S7 C.amp at ORDIL.A IIOL' ROPE-2-II oill Cordiln Bolt C tope, lading from ship Chsrlemaanr, for le by o31 PETER LI.AIL.AW, 61i Camp at A I.'T'--l1 rsucks ilM Liverpool Sail, per aIrque )1Citizen, for sale by ADAMS 2i WHI FAtl, , n2'2 "67 Gavier t LONDON PO)RIT'E40 AND EDINBURGHl ALR. L Jaost recived ex-bhip Rialto. frontLondo.a 30 casks Illlondon Iro n Stout, 10 do Edinburgh pate ale, In cask of 6 dozen, a Superior aiele for' olo by n22 EJOHINS. & Co,.St Cbm u-y (sASIb LA w b) 0 the cat ia , t r iatorrGil, ee od ld for bolealo or retail by . H BONNABEIE n2:o 43 T"lohapitoual !t'HAJI I A-NE IDER-I bMxes in stre fora Aby o31 U DORSEY, 44 New .i. l r'TEl--b0 o kegs.wesltern bLutol, i"nora and nl2fu.r.sale hy G DORSEY, 44 New Love, UI NI. E- 5ulocr 'rrtncb ulolthas ofoojio1n nl for sale by ' rJAIVI & ANI)IIEWS l 1 ioere Coummnn &' Ierol aIt 41" LiLOUR-ln00brls atlli londitng, for solo1, S1119 . G DOtLS.". 41iN"ew4 1 IAIll4-.0O kegs ulterior I af Itr l, j5 I L lot sale by (i I JRttER alt 44 New Leo w IISKIKY--Hi 11rl, re...c;tfied o0 the laor, Tot W , lat'arot, f o . ir by 3413 " fi' SP.y, 41 'ew ! ayes

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