Newspaper of True American, December 9, 1839, Page 2

December 9, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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MeiA.Ywl..ag tlhain$er o C~aeOa.. OPFICES Pail Tae iClr YF 6l l Pre.idc'a, S. J. P.ters. Fir.tVie-Prnelds,,i W. I.. Hodil r, Veil 13na.0( do. Jo'. A..:MorIC, Eiig ta bAxi c Nof Appjlee ; for I oeltlolc, - Jolil, H. Ienrich,r H.C. 'nmwnmik; Abijal Fixsnh P.0 . lJnrbi, Snloueal T'hllampsel, NMIW OlitANAi CAANAL 'A'b :IANKiNIS CO. P gin IrantFi~iatitlisiRnlnerca will leave lIe Basia a tt ihrhqalhe riho N* w ConInt, every day, (excepI MaIndavl) forI, lie kee lfollow,: 'P' "Dnltmnwta A l ,Ir Rewurn atllA. M. A A. ll. I, 1 P.3 1 S. Al. o .; P.M. And o MONDAYdSA LtdYirt at W A. M1 Reltrm at 121 P.M. " 2P.M. 1 4.M. May r Ra . CHEW. ('nob. NEW O!RLEA'I AND NASHVILLE RAIL IROAD. IwNTER ARRANGEMENT. Depearonn, Return. WVedlnedy, . 8 A. M. 11 A.M. Saturday, I A. I II A M. 3 I 53 S 1'. P.M. Sumdny, 6 A.W Iol A.H. Is P. M. P. M. Now Orlnan., November 25, 18:39. n26 If JAMES H. CALDWEI.1., 916 IIPresident. NEW ORLEANS k CARROILTON RAIL ROAD. NOTI'cE..WiwnTE A aannofanv, To omoio.oa oa. the lt oat November, 1883. raO aoARORgftaiO. laRM NEW OaRAi NS. Horse Cr iti 3 o'olark A.. Hoaim Car iCn I( o'clink A.M. Loooinotini. S ... Lnnomotiva, S - M . - i 3 - -p.". - Sln,.Caro, at 8 IltorCar, I .aRANOEMENT Pol SUNDAYS The careneill IennniI rho en m, htoursa. in ih.e wekdnay. nout I o'clockl Iv lf. itet a i Loeno..iiii e wilt tRoe Carrollion ennoy tber ,etl 7 o'clokb P.110. ind Newnuranonneveiry hbn antil hn'r.lo'k P.M," An cirt ir.eC, Car cn heail ln ns l blello t2n', Iort. PSI.. hn rayino 5i.klltli for tiri Trip. Allen I2 o'otlak PS.M i dollrs aPill hte r.hi1.frd. Peronns goinr by the touim Car mutl pronide thelmnmaI walt Tickni,, as hilo conodotOr hi, pmositoi dieoitiono 11to eceive moair in riell thereof. TIlE JACKSON AND LALOURSE STREET CARlS ILeveilir hend of J.lckeonintreet II tilil'lock A.M., CoIra Streetr itl 7 c'tcls:t4 At half--past 7'ecnock they l'mlncar it, Iranr Ilnth undo curry hall hlour. until III o'clockr P ll xet Ieiollo III nlolle ealuriliilliiil~l~ll slrslii oo.lookrLeopiL~ is lnt, 0ld,, of lraionii iolklnliirenloat Oli'claok, lieonor nill have he:lo At 9Iloi'cik I'd S r I~tii. pnillo'nrly roqusetod i lli gnonlenie will not put air fee M/iIo the lcushions, Olr noko in le canr, hlei, ludice U(ll,,e N,.elintoo. & Conrrollltn I Hll Road Conmpoj, f (Ltub,, Odd, 1cmi. . 30115 SlHlArsON, Chief Enetern NOU. A, C.R.C CA I IiOLLTON HOTEL. ( LAVAUI) Ias the honor of iiiRuraniig hio fierndi lJ ild lII ptllllic in gReiral, hatl Ino hio taken the lotel at Corrolltmo., whiere ho flrvta lie will receive itin calll Of illa old friend and all lovers of pnold che.er. Privnte partirn iill be hIid.lesoier~ly pooiilrd forby gloilleg 0 Itilo l Itic beliieooiod. tic in williog Ito enter in11 nliigrlieltol miwiih fronili00 or iindividual, doreoine +f l..oini tl e olltiime. lIt Carovllton. 1m2011 SIAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS. IIE priceofflour bleingr thins day $575 err barrel, according a, tile toifft'lt bilkera will give 52 otttiro of bread for ion crels, during ilio work hbgin. aiig t,, Msoday nextnrt.i Ith inhnta.t 'riTh loave oot eround i lloliiy, or of tiller for toll Orlln.n slhell weigh 15 per cern 01ore, viz: 431 cunene. 014 C. G ENOI~. M fayor. 4EI1VANT 101 SArIE-A ooiot likely mulatton girl-rud ablouit 19 vo1rs, n verv good collk, oo reriun. ioher, inner ond tule'rhlol onalatreoi i11J h wI servint. oIbrrllrllllloentlldadllgotdleperled. ilhe alblloe srvallt woulll Ihe an arcquisitioln in anv family, 0nl I i , Sold because her owlnre in deeirl,, i f plviltnl hlis debts. Apply to tile Editor of lhe Triio m122-5i 113 Yestrdlov some ponrcreltllreo. mrlo wisihed to rent1 liso spen shun on~l o .' hu..heii liololmv, hilldaired,,it fire. illoiOreliti ogrgel nlvilrtioo-llrnt in tlhe Bullrtin roli, d ll'llll- It is celvlilllY uolr ln and dlirty Irick lintl nayfoof .lli igtint y-Ilol r1oonolldlllll waoob,( .le ;:nifty nf-evincing bilt lack of sense and luck of $1110 RWSVARD. P IlIE 0h11101. ,swuool will b paild fir inflrotion, thtt will reell to h c viI mo heprsnorpr Polls woill cllllood an ofi,1 rlillirll to lbe inserted inthe Now tOrleo,,. (.otlimrroBlll I elllnei, of tie 19th insti n, tllrlilrllllZ , iiltiot l hS criber lald allrid into clllarlt nerl bil, r with lobo la Ollltltlllohr. under tile sttla of Furg,ýv. Barlett Ac Co., for the I llpo8e al' cnrrving oil te bitola O Il Poviog-0nu such (oiiiioo having lIrIml fmrmd N. 1-Tilh lndtireigl, t lnaks tlli opiporoilil) of in 11100112 thh 11bli1, thot Ihe is not conncited in bueiiess of any kind. eoxreptiwilihnIlsr brther. 1i2. -ASAIUEI. L. FUILGAY, 59 llaoriooe ot .,alert i l. tea. thntldl no. Nv ..........0 IVO ashilulnon No .. 2 New 1 rk, do ........t..21re Cioo.0.a1, to .........25 PhlIdoljoph: Nov.......2 , I I.ouivill, dto ......... 27 HS llilo ,or o dO ........ ....71 i.. l.u.ls d .......... 5 8 .Loooo.h., to. .2411o nlooro3o0 Nov ........ 3 Ilunllon ..... .. ...... . exal.) do ..... 13 I..l., dl, , do ....... Naohvioe, do ...........25 1 i do ........... 30 Fi)I'I' (iF NEW (IIILEANS. CLEARANCES December. 7, 189. Slllp ltro'n. Porrin,(;o. .iverpool, * & J P o Whitney 2bl 0 I. 01.no. . Itl'. I.;er osol, do 'ho;ottar.llllol. I oot. Ito..un., do SlP. nl sllil Nolohe. . C wller. Ilalon, Ml.loe (tri J~ruur".C reirbhtnn. lrlullllrn" use Itoo1 Joll, to.. o, St Jo.. do Cobo, 2r0 . J oo o d ? Whitoei Wh Hnoo. tht, Apoloohtirol., Rt H Uoeo Solh K,.,.. a,,, M,. oPe, . t.,idgae, Lo, otr.., Scl toloonsi. Collty, tKteooooooo0 0 Bedfooo Solo Adoi;. Atho*. Fottolo. Aoo'.opao0 Soh Norhii Sulr, White, iohilo, J H Ashbrid;e Decembler Eth, 1831. 1'No li.t uofClenees. admld in to day ARRIVALS Steamer New Alhnsny. Maontgomery. Fm Louisville O(easier Noonll,. T.ylor. Ie. St oI.o.i lStemor Pen.tllcol, LudwoLk, .tL Clncinuot i Sleamer Autu;to.(;ot. efm Coocinlloti tea;mer (aolllo ll. , t Strlnnt. ,n Yot oo Steamer Wuler WVtrh, Phlillips. om Louisvollo Soeumer Norlh Allhuma, GOrie, f.m o Viekburlg Steomor Niaguru, Funnell, fm Louisville Decenher B, 1839 Shenmo r o.ulh Wstern., Vairten, rm L.o.uiville lolilPr n olt ooo.. (onncrs. fom St Ioui, Slenlnllr S.hII.lm Pea.. Fm Calirn Stelnoer Jeoo.s t'ollteok. I 'illtoh.rg St.euller Vernotolt. frolm (:ilnlllnoti SoooPoolo t.Ull.ollto. Slhooirdl. oI'm nf-villt Sooooner Ftooto,.,. Gill,,e, fm Sot'iolhltod lellmllrr ItIhl Fu iron. tt rw.o , fto Cinyt itll Slnn,ll,er lt i lls l +l ill~~n. r Ste;otmeo F.. ott, J.urdou, f Ilt ou ..ru I hi PORTS Not Itot ofllmphorl. loolld ill In oloy RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE I.ooiovilln..Ptr toenmor S.ot IVoe.tlern..Co'.g F5 ol.el e,.inn Inlb.llth & "l'hum moll,; 4.1 G'nll , Ile,.in. 47N k J Dir; 15t J H- lkies 5 A I.t1 22. ker; 5o Ito. i..0 4 tlo es:l0 oxoioo oI.t51. Iotot Iooto J A oo errol. 31 hlo aot 1 .oo 10o9 hedj .'ni~bngrls. nwolllaeel his io OWlnor ou ILoad, 10;,If..l Jh " i, k U qt t1 I.uois...PartlloooIr t I.olli.. Cr.og 5 b'. 4otr Trier. Li111lO pie. l.o.ot1 bl. Iorokok.2"d i I'eo.fto re, dt Itoh, ; t . arh 5 ll1 k..orl,, d ,At I ,tol d t. n;I i )t o io 1 go ltod 2lli 11 hll o.i I..l Ito b'o oil Io Iolll.. (lJlllicy. Loutrr .A $n dl; 52 ke;., lot iTole & olopkins; lloi kt0.l ,,tr.otlll oo 4l or'lekuly... 42 klh hl.keot: FsergllO .0 i.till. 50 -tolotooue. A 1t Suoe; 05 joi) bgllilg2.l r, ilf rope I.ny.L Al" A nltinll Co,,o..oPoroler olner olhIto..Cnroo .5t1i raoo eoorn 0 p. nf -o..ginl 2r7c.oilo r02e 02 Shlltoo llo & Ir; 13511 t.ooi, ,ooo. 214 p I|u Po do oI Wilt. A o;o 6o;0ill rotpet I I0ho t ao t : 4 bolle.l ro ill N J Dick .h*t ; ItoIor ,oll Jlls & ro; i7 J (Goodion; 4,I Tr) our io rdoer 2 .o; 57 tlerridlold. ierhon & co; 56 Frn.o lit,o t Illltltrto,; 2U ilefeltt & F.rriduyo; lV Hugy otl o 3 hI. 1 Brlidgn & m PitlSlenr..Perttretor Jweo.*.l'..po 35 haler roo(on Nu goFt. ToAlrpi .0 Wiloo o2 Keyo"o Ioolortot; 31 blos egg aIhard o Ir.,; Ili rolls Intlr K ~o,,edy LI tn Sooitllland..totr .teomr Farmer.. Cnro 5(10 ckso. torn Yotaonotrn A co; 4ll hale. l:otton c,,ltun o Wohile & coi I cabin alod 3Ilh.e.k potlolltlli.r I2 hur.r. ('itlotnnali..Pl'er tomero Ruht Fulton..No earl. titylou oara..t'or o.lrtner I.rllhlo...(:oargo .217 hIle. C Do onno. (; t I.e; t tmilth .. V,,orthee; 36 M White o co; A35 ).key, Paihe & |hokin.; I1 PreFcutt, Joes. 4 co. 1011 A L.e douo a oo, 12 (:oltwell 2 .liekey; 19 Connor & (Oirhllly. 812 0It D Coolr, ill7 Taylor, (itttinor 4 on 31 Finley & co, to Pork.. att " o. o.4 Ilellll It, Fiorriduy. & to.ot ottmbrtlb nd Th,,mplnn. 3 rcee horse. ('iciti..iot..Per .,teser Varmont..Cargo Ioo bts Ib Ioles rado I I tI buoodloro. 10 2 1,1s whiskey It Mitchel. Ni li applel.. ot 0nu.l A .tl.ll; 1:;3 cookstchinl A Stldwho, I t htst hlmo owter ower on lotd,24 too hx. noldze tetlon & Aeryo; tio 01. toour Comltoc. lyde. I I hdo hm.OeOglden & olthoteo. Mnyoville..ear ole ieor oubicno. .:..go I20 los btan. J Veireo.,O2bgt feathorloA H Wonilto,4 co; 50 p. hulggint I0 Storkey 0 co, 10 pr htllow. Mllaord & tr, 1020 plnugl. Key. oad RohetL; 2ll241.. Sor C Stlutl. 15S do, i:oltl IcCItosoy 19 coil. rope F ,Hoetderso; 134 to hlotoing do do o1 p. Itlo inl layao h Aoeluug :to.olio rop. 1U )e bagit l ngto Loyer 4 .melnnll Iltaol $nra..Per sllemer Formllu... Parleo i13 bales cotton J Arllatltr, I.o A .duuo o o., 117 1 hld.el t lieok.y; 69 to Lmhoeth o Th"hopsoS, S3 .klrke, tWot & 'n. 5. Peyt-z. Ar cEetl t co, G6.t Friklol & Ilonder.ou 52 ('urtio 4" Woiles; llt 1R0or2 AAoher; 48 Fonlty .p n; 36 (;oo,lrd.io co; 27 A ItI it.ole o4 o.J2 SW Flower,. 17 M W'hite & co;5 t Luodu may,.4 ttBeot Feridty. 3 T Tarrmtt CONSIGNEES No 1to olocont.looe o htodedoo in from eo.L PASSENGERS. Per ooeoo r o onloth Woeter...tMr. tltootrno & ton; MtA tII~lora: i.l Ftwtrdt; F toore.; S loeti'o; Wh;oottt tlotqom ory; Dr Eltloto; Huno Huoootitodoa; loroiot; OlBtpot; Hoolior; Honrhno; W ldoel; ltone; Mo:lat stod. Per .iel.le St. oOuis.:Cargo W C AElootn and Lady: Eilli Ye.llllon; MliN OrSohaon; MNoro M.C twley; 1itklt .; Solloi,; 0 itlotrd.; JJ Hail; Choleoer; oOliver; Lop.tou; Otilly; Root; and Gl020.. Por .ostoer l.lttto..J NohleoEd s Ldy; RBck tod Lody, Mamru Hit;.l: R 92111; th touaG to I. HIyet;.Hoarri.; tod DuEon; I'·to .loi; Iv.. ato Ltoly:, tI'eortimo r oJeweO..Mr tichrdso n and t.ot; J L Pluo. sod Lo.dv; t.. drwllo o Chtiltd; Mtr. MutOe.oo; r. I.lltinl.,r; .IIPtoEtot M Dt Moror. I ComIIInsI T (uolCoiio ho Io; Sly; Pal bit Girdo Aotototllor: Jitld; pylo.; Holtrook. Juhaou oand o" aid Jew6l, Lndy ald .oo . Per aStmer Foomola.. M Loey & I.td. Forrro. otll, Raker Wiloo.t. Grey. W hit. Releyo. ou.oer. Turmr, Ho.owell Ri klo'oA ol otool.i olt,ith. Fltr. PoolluemerVr.nnomlll Motr. Porter, Aletonder, Itode,, Ilitl I rdy,;'otoll. 0nd o' htro NAU rICAL INTELLIGENCE. ' - Nw ork. (t:(6..Clo ohip Arkonoot. New OrtoltE ; brtio Colruore .ad Hril iatb dlo o ; , y Elkololth. (alkstou..Arr ohtp oItolollha . t Ctolo. H vnn... Lth.le,r Roa t..Cold tollo itrriel Soillord. Niokon. r o w Ololto. TIlE TRUE AMERICAN. rFATR.TUL AND BOLD. P.tBLIS??ED Daily, Tri-Weekly & Weekly. rS.W .OKEAR LEAN ONDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1839.\ The Policy of Mr. Ten, Buren.-The Mes sago now on the way to this city will shortly de volope Mr. Van Bnren's policy-the policy upon which he and his friends will stake his re-election to the Presidency. No man who looks well at the inherent vices of the party system now in vogue, and the had admistration of the government can hqsitate a moment to anticipate what that policy will be. The balance between the three estates, 0o wisely established by the framers of the constitution, has been destroyed by the Jeffersonian school, and as the executive power has, ever since his day, been striving to be the sole organ of the popular will, it is very natural thiat Mr. Van Buren should perse. vere in i measure that goes to prevent these two elements from perfectly o.aloestng. The third estate must not exist, and hence the war upon the currency, aggravated by the want of policy and frequently of hone-ty in those to whom was en trusted the delicate and difficult task of providing the country with a medium of circulation equal in value to silver and gold. Thus, we look fora message from Mr. Van Bu. ran, declaring openly and urgently the necessity of putting in force that portion of the constitution which prevents the States from emitting hids of credit, upon the violation of which provision, the system of state batoking, with a I its multifarious good and evil. was erea ed. The whole course of the admninistrations of tihe government since 1829, has tenddes to this issue. For this, it became no. cessary todentroy the National Bank-for this, it became necessary to uproot the influnceo of tlhe U. S. Senate-for this, it become necessary to tear down the American system of Mr. Clay-and for this, it is now necessary to eat hblish that power. fill engine, the independent Treasury. And wheton this is done, in s few years, state banks will all be swept away, and with them every vestigo of State Rigahts. Then the executive and the people will be one then we shall be ready to enter upon the expori. ment of subjecting the people to the power of a Few. Such was tihe intention of Jackson policy, and sech is the intention of Van Buren pohlcy. In a fw brief hours, the message itself will do. clare whether the policy of 1829 and 1837 is be per. severed in. The Shell Road.-This beautiful promonade, a road superior, to almost any other in the world, has long been considered dangerous. Save. rll accidents have occurred upon it, in consequence of its very close edging upon the Canal. On Fri day last a female was precipitated into the Canal from a gig, the horse having taken fright. This only objection to the road, can easily be obviated; let the Company put a picket fence, or chain and post fence along the borders of the Canal, and they will not only save promenaders from acci dent, but greatly increase tile travel on the road. The Council of the Second Municipality have the power to provide for the police and safety of said road, and we learn with pleasure that kdorerann Caldwell has expressed his intention ofintroducing an ordinance on the subject at the next meeting of that body. THE BLOOD HoUND SCHEMr. Can any schremol e im re outrage or. tllan that prolpo. sed by the gcvernment for the hunting down f the in diana by blood hounlds Have we not done wrongs enough to the red man; but tIirtt we must now fil the measure nofor wickedness and oarblrity by resorting to tlheeroelty ofsavages? Truly have our servants trought the nation into disgrace in the eyes of the ciriizerl portion of the world Iby ncknowle lging that r"5O Indinns canelude tlhe uniard force and means t tihe r nm. meands of 16 millions of people, and now to add rt ourcolamilires,Col. Fitz aritirk has been sent to C;ha topurchase a regiment of heasts to exterminate the hr ve Indian. 'These things cannot be. without retri bution. The men whnecan resort to such an abhorrent measure arc u I fito sit in high place. THE MAIL TO THE 28ttl. The mail yeoterday,brought Philadelphia papers to the 28th Nov. TIhe N. York papers are missing. iThe Poses, who sold prlly at thecor.er of Front rand Ftlelh. er streets Ihave failed. They had the reputation of being very rich, hut it appears it was a ftlse one. The sales of N. Orleans were 600 bags, 230 of which were at 11 3-4 to 12 cents. Flour quiet-6 12 to 6 50 for all sorrs exceltI Richirond. Sluthern corn 68 rents, 56 Ibs. Exchange on New Orleans less in demaond and the dis count a slade higher. The north river was open to Albany, and the Canal eo Schenretady. U. S. Bank stock 70 to 72. Heaey arrieals of Collton.-Direct importation of Coffee from Rio for Loeisaille.--Last week cot. ton literally poured into our port. According to the two price currents there came as follows: Per Levy, 29,576 Per Raynal, 24,373 The price, it is agreed by nll parties, has been reduced, since the news by the Queen 1-4 of a cent per pound. The sales are represoented for the week by Levy at 18,000 bags, and by Raynal at 17,000. Extrer-me quotations for La. and Mire. are 6 3-4 to 11 alnd for Tenn. and Ala. 7 1-2 to9. Thler seems to be a careaity of fine cottons in market. Levy says tbat the exports or fo thie week were 26,983 bags, and per Raynal we have 28,789. These authorities diffrr widely in their state ments of stock on hand. Thtus, we have Per Levy, 125,177 bags, Per Raynal, 117,435 do. Levy says that there are 86,271 bales in the presses of tile city. We note a discrepancy in these price currents as to the amount of tobacco on hand. Levy places it at 769 bhds. and Raynal at 666. The market of last week was witlout any action of moment. On the 26th of last month, the ship Vsntula arri ved with a cargo of some 7000 bagsof coffee fron Rio. We omitted to notice then that thie chief part of this was on account of some Louisville merchants who had gone into this laudable enter. prise with a view of opening a direct trade with Biazil. The gentlemen concerned deserve the approbation of tlhe Western people for their zeal in the matter, particularly as the article imported is superior to any ever brought to this country. It was purchased by Mr. Droer, a skilful dealer who has been a long time in the trade. The importers, we hear, are the houses of Phillips, Reynolds & Co. Pops, Davis & Co. in Louisville. We hope they will be encouraged to persevere in this trade. The increased con sumption of Rio Coffee in the West, while that of Havana is nearly stationary, renders it probable that adirect trade in the article can be driven with advantage, particularly, ifthe prime Western flour can be introduced into the Rio market. Levy reports the selling price of Rio at 11 1-2 to 12 cents, with little doing. In the Sugar market, things look somewhat dull. The heavy crop to come forward, it is said, will throw the price very low. but in our opinion, the rate will be governed pretty much by the future prospects of Mr. Van Buren's currency prijects. The existence of orders from the North not to pay over 3 cents proves th'.t dealers are preparing to meet the coming prostration of all prices by the subdtitution of the hard money at stem. 'The money market is assuming an interesting aspect, and the propositions to flood the city with shin plasters under one dollar go to show what is to be the ruling policy of the Bank i for some time to come, Whether that policy will tend to benr fit us, we shall examine is due tclie. Ir. Times, we Iel mach indebted to-you fe. yomr'eompliments. If, yoa will not take l ;~ e a "tickle e me and I'll tickle yoi," we wou!d jultie ve our opinion, that you are a very good natured and gentlemanly fellow, very industrious and inglined to be humorsnotoe. If all the craft followed .your example, we should have some geod fellowslip be. tween them. But may be your good nature is stuffed into you, with or by the many good dinners and suppere yob eat. Now, our ill nature may arise from the fact, that we have seldom anything good to eat and no time to eat that. A. A. Locke.-We had not the pleasure of an in timate acquaintance with this gentleman, who died of a pleurisy as we understand, contracted from a bad cold, he caught in i late hunting expedition. Mr. Locke, had been for a long time connected with the press in the North : he was a graduate of Harvard, and a naive of Massaclusetts. He was brought to this city by the senior editor of the Pie ayune, to act as assistant, in which capaci-y he evinced much talent. He was much esteemed by the fraternity gener ally, and by many friends, who thought highly of his talents as a writer and his qualities as a man. Changes in the Cabinet.-From information upon which we can rely, the winter will not go by without changes in the cabinet. General Arm strong of Tennessee is to take Mr. Kendull'e place, anid Mr. Dallas that of Mr. Wobllbury. The change will be beneficial to the nation, so far as the Treasury is o ncerned. THE QUEEN OF THE IWEST. ANOTHER NEW BRAT-AND A SPECI MEN OF CINCINNATI SKILL AND WORKMANSHIP. Yesterday, we visited the newly arrived eteam. boat Queen of the West. Through the polhteness of Co!. Mann, one of the proprietors, and Captain Auskutz, we received Ite fol!lowing interesting particulars ofthis admirably constructed boat. The Qeeon was built at Cincinnati by Lether burg & Lockwood, the same firm that erected the Sultana. Hler model isof the most perfect kind, having the points of resistance eqrally distributed along her water line from bow to miidshipe Wlhen under fell headway the wave on either side forms a smonoth parabola of extreme eccentricity, having tihe keel for its axis. The builders have shown that they understand the true principles of the law of threes and resistance. The proprietors of the Queen are Messrs. Mann & Clarke, of Cincinnati, a terprising and public spirited merchants. We give the following dimensions of the Queen as worthy of being press reed by boat builders and proprietors. Length of Keel, 155 ft e on deck, 176 Breadth of beam, 28 " on deck, 49 6 in. Depth of held, 71 Diameter of wheel, 25 Length of bucket, It1 Number of boilers, • 5 Diameter of boilers, 40 in. Length of " 96 ft. Two engines, 8 ft. stroke. Diam. of Cylinders, 24 in. Tonnage Cuat. House, 291 C(:arries down stream, 350 II will be seen that the diamtoer of her wheels are as largo as any on the western waters. She conselne 40 cords of wood in 24 hours, and with. out putting lier up to her mettle, site frequently exceeded the speed of the Sultana, on her recent trip down. Her off cers ore,-Anehutz, Master,-R A. Clay, Clerk,--McDonald, Pilot,--George Carter, Stew. ard. Captain Anshutz is a regularly bred Pilot; an immense advantage on the western rivers to the comtlnander of a boat. The cebin presents a fine coup d'oeil, when seen fro n eithr extremity. Covered with rich Brus sels carpeting protected by handsome English Druggets, and flInked by a series of34 state rooms, it is a room that wears all the look ofeleganee and comfort. The berths in the ladies' cabin are fitted up for families. Etnlc state room door is plain, having the upper panel pierced by an eliptin Veni tian of green. Above the doors are small paral lelograms of ground glass, with the letter of the room in the centre. The tables are covered with cloth fringed with crimson, the present fashiona ble covers used in the N. York and Liverpool pack. ets. The candelabras and chandelier are elegant and intended for sportn candles. The chairs, are commodious, & provided with a circular hback that projects on either side for arms. They are a great luxury. In the ladies' cabin are ottomans and chairs covered with crimson tiamask satin. The berths in the ladies department lie upon Town nond'spatent springs. The centre tables arc provided aith two splendid bibles of quarto size fromn the Oxford, England. University press, edition of 1835. In ti. Social Hall, the feet of the chimneys are concealed from view, by false side boards. The letter.box is of leatlter, in a conspicuous place. A visit to the pantry satisfied us that no expense has been spared in the furnishing ofthisdepartment. Splendid services of French, China, accompsn ed with full sets of German silver forks and spoons met our eye. The table is provid od with napkins and bills of fare lie at each plate. All this in in the style of the best hotols. The cabin is from the workshop of Johnson & Morton, , f Cincinnati, and the engines from that of Anth.ny Hl.rkness. The whole cost of the Quneen is 636 000. We Iarn that her agents in New Orleans are Ogden & Stou'tgate, ando in Cincinnati, Strader & Germain, or S. B. Iihy. The Pork market bobve.-We state on the best authority that the pork buyers of the upper, taking a lesson fromn last years severe reverses, will not adventure this season beyolnd $2 to $. 50 in their offira fior tile article. The farmers and raisers de mand $3 50 to 64 03 and have refused to let hogs go for less. Tae consequence has been that in Illinois, Indians and Ohio, scarcely a barrel has besn put up inl the usual way, and the producers of hogs will be compolled to slaughter and pack on their own account. We are glad of this, for last year, they pocketcd $6 and $5 per cwt. for their potk, and huzz ted fur Van Buren and his Sub Treasury, and the speculators have all come out incurring severe losses. Tile raio re this year will get a taste of tihe loss that surely awaits the'r obstinacy. Trse lI.LsNOSi Ilo.ns --I is countfide:ly asserted in Illinois that tie I.eginature of Ithat State will not as knowledelg the arratgement of the Commissioners, by thicl Wright & Co. of London, the owners Iof Grand Cairo, are to advance a certain per cent. on the bonds, under the onerous conditions that have been made public. THE ST. LOUIs Serecs CURRasec.-The movement of the Bank of Mliassuri in relation tI the payment of the notesdnle that Institution in specie or its equivalent has resulted in the admission of its power to compel r such a course. In Iutural rieht, if a man borrows a hundred guineas worth 31t hillingh each, an offer to re. turn the amount in guineas oft21l slillinga each will not be a full paymentr. where the vatue of the money lent has not been depreciated by the act of the lender. This is tile ground as.umed by the Bank ufnMisauri. Wheth er her course be a politic one, ie another affair. The Post Note Currency.-This precious hum bug will soon be brought to the exploding pointby tle conduct of the .Mlssissippi Bsanks. It is noth ing more than an acknowledgment of bankruptcy and ought not to be tolerated in the machines that have been made to supply us with a specie currency. The Great Westera.-Thiq is the title of an ex ceedingly neat, imperial sheet ismied yesterday. It is edited with apparent great ability, by Edward Delaney, Eaq and will appear every Sunday. The Great Western is a denmtoratic paper, the in ilueneo of which,. it will stand the whiga in hInd, to counteract. I w prueprea gleemayee.--The usual irfnx of our we.torn dealers hes not as yet taken place. "Qf oaae twelve or fourteen beolta that left Louie. ville in all the latter part of November, they do not- averase .halfl dzon passegeris elachi The alp country purchasers will .not come down before February, and even then their ditormnination will i be limited by the state of the miony market, so that the prl.pect before us it not a bright one. FRom LotlsyILLa.-The prosperts at the rast date from this city are that the river will rise sflliciently high to permit the navigeation to colllinue through thin month. On the 27th. 28th and 29th of November, the weather was heavy and threatening, giving every inldia tion of snow in the upper Ohio country. The most ea. perienaed captains tell us that they have no fearsof not getting up. There are many exealient busts now in port, and shippers would do well to send tip their goods fa early as possible, se as to anticipate the g.neral freeze up." We wereunable to visit the Theatre on Saturday night until a late hour, o we only witnessed the last but best act of Richli.. Irtanon. as we predlicted sustained tile part of hle great minister admlirably. He perhaps madle him rather more feeble than history would permit. IMrs. Start was overy Julie. At the neat repreeelltntionu f tllh beautiful piere, we shall notice it more at length. Rnomantic! forribla! Exteroa dinary amdew! This is the caption of an article that is Ropire into the Pica ynle ofyesterday, into other of city papern previously, e from the Northera papers of six weeks ago, and the u whole complete, perfect story of which, we pullished, toretw o,orthree years ane, as furnished us in a letter from a friendll i Pn Fi when the events narrated oc curred. Let's have no more of it-for Goid' sake An afer dianr oan tionland a delputy aorshal are a pair l'boaer. --Picauaoe. o n doubt they are loth hlores, at any limae--but ifwe are to be lo ed by either we shouldI prefer l the lporf.r s Lion after dinner, rather than bfofre. S 'heoTrue American wants nato send him ainme 'aoil of taper." Vie would dao no ere it iot that hl eapplean to mnake lightlf it.-- Tiaea. Oh, th,! you eould have uos keep dark on the subjeat, ac botluse you tasted lthe dryness ol oar jok.. SFonM SOUTH AMERICA. We hae Ilve dates fromt Montevideo to the 20tih of Sept. The Argentine trImps were within 150 mliltsa of th. palur, and the French a quadrnn habl Ianded 8110 troop: to dfendl the town in case te Baandains should be de. feated. Ilidea were 38 rials. Howard street flour in Baltimore on thte 28th Nov., n was selling at $6 37. Wagon price $6 25. 8 Mos. Post roTes. The Su tnn has brought down from the Rail Road Sank at Natchez, a considerable amount of elacie to redeem her 8 mos. Post notes,now due in this city. The Lafayette Chronicle not has heen received at thlsolce fora llng time--What's the matter-don't you get our'e? Ballr.-This distinguished comedian made his debut last night, to a very good and fashionable au. dience. The beautiful old comedy went off ex ceedingly well and Mr. Balls played most admira bly. Alter all there is nothing like one of the old sterling English comedies; more particularly when they are cast as was tie Dramatist last night. We shall take another opportunity of speaking more at length of this performance. Death of Samuel IVard.--Samunel Ward, Esq. of the llouse of Prime, Ward, king & Co., of N. York, died onn the 27dh of November. lie was noted for being one of the best money dealers in the country, and contribu:od greatly to bring his house into the high repute it holds. Tie Globe says that Senator Young of Illinois, who cameo back in the Queen, sold in Europe one million ofbonds at 90. This is under tihe rate prcerlebed by law. A Philadelphia paper, the North American, deo. nies on authority that tlhe U. S. Bank is purchasing cotton in this city. Tihe Jewess, Captain Pollnck, arrived yesterday from Pitt(hurgh. She is is a new boat and was built expressly for the Mobile and Orleans trade. The Louisville Gas Company will light up that city on Chrietmas day. The portion ready for turning on the gas, lies between Water and Jeffer.

son, and First and Sixth streets. Merrick of Phil. adelphi- is the builder of the Works, A r t - .t r y Da ofWee.. Mod th R 9 I 7Be 97 atQuarter h da 10 9 A.M. rApe, ,1 de,, C- - M. i,.O I , ir r rry .. ;0 a . a d f ti oanni N O . Mnrady. 9 65 h c h 7,1n e o I 6 5 6 b a . tO 6a i 4 5. i it DIa, 3nl m, 1294. air rr. Ho M. H.. M. M. a. From our Weekly Editionof Sunday. Mr. C. Hardin.-Mr. C. Hardin, of Boa on, the e ceaibrated portrait painter, has arrived in town and II taken lodgings at tile St. Charleos. We are glad to see acknowledged talent come amlong us in thin way. Anothler ime we may notice his works. It Dan Marble, the Jumper.-Dan Marble is on his way. He is on. board the John Armntrnllg, Hits Sam Patch 'ron tile height of the St. Charles stage will be apt to put him to his mettle. MR. AND MRS. SLOMAN. There actors are at Louisville, on their way, it in esias, to this city. Tihe truth is, the time has coone, when artists will as naturally visit Now Orlean, as they do New York. Pie, we give up, and agree Illnt"Cora'achild," should be rezeed. It certainly ought not io be so Ilrge and eight years old, if it could not speak. But still, we persist in Ihinking it a very pretty, and well behaved child, and asit grows older ii will be a very oend size. We owe our friend tBirney Marshall many tihnks for I thie very hindsonle manler in w hich, e understand, iie has several timesspolkenefun. lis a clever fellow. in then Englishl nd Amerian aeecepnation of the word, and we are only onrry thallt he is not nu nigh ton uns he was Inst wintler. CIANDIWATES. Ill We are anlhorieed in announce litrt, at the soliid ration of a lnrge number of the citizns ofl tile three Mllnieipalities, Mr.WILLIAM I"5REnaT hI. e naeneld to thie presentalio, of his namne to Iias fellow cilizens at tie next enlsuing election, as a candidale lor the office of Mayor of thle City at New Orleans. 37' Noes sommes autcris6s k annoncer qn'a la dlonnnde d'nn grand nomnbre deo eitoyens des trois l Municipalitds, Mr. WILLIAM FaeaTr a consenti I ae presenter comame candudat it Ia place de Maire it Ia pochllaine dEection. I (E L. U. tinnair, el the solicilaliln orlnany of his friends, has caneeanted tol become a candidaue for the omffie of Mavr of this ritv. A MIEETING of the order or Equal Felliow will take place at thlir L,ldge nrln, oin Vedllesday nigllt ltel ill ilaant, at o'ck, 1. . By orderof the Preident, d8 T. H. MeC. Serelnry. P-"'aa.iclera gong oal it the pocktl shit ,lul.lt., :'alltaln Durfav, lor New York, will please he on oard llt aafteroan atl5 o'clock, at which lime a steamboat willbe alongsido to ake iher to sera. dI' I.AllII AW,5I Camp ot Fo.R NEW YORK-'I'HIS ItAY. New York and Ne v (rleana Line. The A I ship AUBURIN, will posilivele leave the Levenelth eercningnt 6 o'clock, at which lihme mnselngers are requested to be on boal . t"r freighltofspecie or imoae, allrpl Ion do I' LAIDt.AAV, 51(aton os FOR NEW YORK. Newe York and Newr Orleans Line. 'The very rast sailing A I ohip Sti'. MIAItY, Caplai. Folster, hnirin a plrltiin Slfer crgi. elloged, will have early ileeperalr. For freieil or paseag., apply to P LA I I)LA W, d8 51 Calip street I.AV Ni flICE R N & A N OGEN will pr.clicelaw in pallner. sthip in tlie civt of New irlelanl, anil in thoieo pa risle. I tile couniry, in whlich they have herelofore iractiied. Office No. 9 Royal street. d9 FOR LOI;ISVIlI..E, C'INhINNA'I'I, PoltrIS MlU'IrI &. PIT'"r-IIURtGII. l'llI, spllilnl ild W ad li.I dralL stsearmer IIONONIIA III.A, J linrlea.tiie msitnrler wll ,, fr hri hore nld inlPrlllPelile p.orl o1n Oh elloeslay the litl ill1tat, at lI1 n'clclk, Ai. I. For liricht or par age, having elegnlll eIrnlonea. linrt for the ltter, npilly 0,l Ilrd oi il.e Ifio ldraa slreel or Ill JOtN iAt.DWIN, d9 128 Tchitoiiilln st SA STILI. scal rrprllrlfllly iriol his pufil. a nnd the pilll;e ger lly, Io h. ha r tllled It 1h." city mall erolnlen, PI li.s co:re o.f l tlllC ilns. Appliliellns will he rreived at lho lr eri n.i . loeoaio Fe. ,lIhc Co. rl. Clorl o stretP; nr Mr. B. G, me, Canlrl ltlreel ;norf r. 4. At l ib Rla Pogle's lrner oi Calll nlre'Ot ald lo.rfl ,tte qilor... Pierscaepil-I icm. ate cher of the oalv ilnrnes, will piesw lenvre Pir earl V. f o1r!4 e ANNUALS F-ORr lan1. JIlUT reeioe hfrls ew York Ihe follthoilng sple-. didt Lonlldorn Eldliltlns: T'll Amnardnll', a rmircltlnloy ilforiginal pro.e one verm s e er ill' IT' K. Ilarvey. Goemln of itatot, dli-playril inn reriea oftrw"-lve lgllhlv filiohedl encraine of vailoll scnhjecl by Il.h C(:ollrree of llle.-rloltOl. Fisher',o Ikrnwilo onon Snl, n Irik, 1840. .ibh poetn. nal Illushllttins by I.. F. I.. anil M iiv Ilnwilrt. Hucllh's Ilinki if tenuiy, e i'l1, oili heautiful orno,. ie, od ledited ' bhl'ilnltrl i11 tlhB haioro.o. The Kepstake for 1840, edited by Lady K. hilarl Wortlilv. liealh' Piciulresqoe andesl for 18N0 Wildrer castle all itre oilroao by i., Ilichiar. The Paoe. of America by Johnl Iesr., spllndid riollolrc I Alf ald. Clhritian Krepe:Tke fir 1840, hy Rer. Jolnl A. Clark ih Iocco ,Inll ld. Belgian's Offring for 1840, H y Raiss Waterman, eml. llameod. The Gem foe 1840. a Chriscnma and New YCaro Pre sent emboalh e nd milldlnoro. The Senl -r Affrrli.in' GifI for 1840. The Childls Getm for 1840. The Violet for .1A40. 'rha Gil for 1840r The I1lln of the Season, t poemn by the Coutllras of Illeoaing to. Sh..kbpeare'a Glalerv, containing tile princilal fenIalo chllr.lcre.. o in thei pla R oi tlle greal Ioetl. Forgler te Nlt, a Clriatnoa and New Yaours' preentl, hi FPreil. Sholerl. Frint'adahlp I fl-riog and Wilrlw's. Wreothl, a (hilial mas and New Yroer' Presert edited by Frederic.: Shaohl rt. The Token and Atlantic S arvere, ia Christimao and New Year's Prestll, editei thy S.(. rlaodri, h. Tre Irio of Prot , Poi:lry and Art, Ior 1810, ill s traled -"il ragrannevi.hyn b'. VW. . Firden, l~oln palintings h J. lBrowno. tdreld hy Mliae I liMcil. 'rie Rllunk lf the Illlltoir, or the Couilrt lfi QuePen Vicltnril, wilh eilrnd:dl enor.navingtraerul I nller it, plllli niedrnre iof . L \V. E. Filden, will poeticool illaotroiino, hfu ale ri JdillN J IIASIVELI, & Co, o'9 il Succ scor. Ito rA Towrll 49 d onmle At INFiIHA.i'r=1,'ll, !o.roi,,or oif the remlironlf Sthe acrel Ileart, a St1. hloh.oel' has l Ir honor to it for I tihe aire of iiht l. cihlren confidd hi her lae. I lht ile ovaccliolln 111 nimrii ce liho 181h ofi' I)ecelb .ir, at II n'oclmk an ile Inorhlg, and terliinate thi 161h of Jan ronr. The eiea.er Phkin. Captain Slri rk, mill ho at St. Michnel'*, on the Ill1h, at 8 o'celook in ilh nnr ilrg, to receive IIoore children ihoa lrec l fir New Orlears, or ihe p harlhe . IbIow St. Mlilhe a, tile s.medoy, lietwoen t aml 4 o'clock-in IIt no.riain, the Wim. Robilnion will .rreive Ihose who rceide in the parishes abose. d3--3t NFORIA'rION wannlreil of MAItY CIINI.IN Irn.., I Wyomadlle Irelad, who ean Io his itv two years ago, frilllm New York. in her sister IESS, wij, blas jusl arrirved. Thli advertiser, wIuiili al.io like Io Olltilnn itllalt on ha lkr care of chlilrerO or no hinseoa.aid. Ad dresas the office of Ilhe Trie American, oi. Charles eox oehgo. kI':SS CI)NLIN, d:l-Il1 INFORM i'rTION WANTED. Q OEU) PE'TE ole PE'TIIRSON, froimn Drne allah, a shllip coarpnler by tradle., anid Iltely entplrellvin that capacit ouolord of an oeol the teaollluio i1+ rr. gqautPd Inulll at Ithe Countinlg Hnllls of N. F.('Oilily, fir a letler ndilrea-ed tio hiiti 1rto Philadelphia. In cae lof hia hacence or deaOthI. any illiormicao respecting hin from iotherll,r will hbe thaokfllly rceivel. d7 OFFICE or THc FIa.oEM o'c IScuoAoCE Co. OF NEW I)RLI.A NS. ruIHE Stockhohlller of thia Compal y are Ierohy no. I tiFed thnl the lli inalalenll on thleir sotok i dau aerd prayable il the :tah o Oclober nextn t the oilice el Ille Cnlniapn.. eIt I E I.'rIRA';Y. S $20 IREWARI--I;ollnau v oil the lot Ni nriohbor, tho negro ltih()IlR(liE, s eakilg Ene lih and French, agrcd aIboIot 18 or 19 years5 feet 4 or 5 inches higil, sharl nill llik o.t mnall eyeo, prnminernl forehla, nn ol'n and free gat hnvieo o'o.,f lhe front teeth in ile uipre jaw llrokan. had nn, wpesIIIh went nwiav, a pyir of cotltnade llrila Irin i tow manll bluhde solipea. and a eingloha rltirl, oid anorn worked a long while with i11. ioI. Stloner, hricklavers'ta hand. FERNANDO IF.MOS. 19o _-i No 313 I)lamli, lc t NOTIICE. IL The membhera of St. Patrlck'll Congrrgatin are hlerel reperlfllly iniolilled. tIlhat lihe ervice will he Ip,. formeod in one oif Air. .. E. Parker'o new hoildings in Julill slreel, belween Magazine and Fouchor slreets, until further notice. naJ J IlrTI I.ON Patonr. D7- eP e-o iengao of 6 eatse m;lak.d Cr: in a do. wnod, oindl I bloomarkedhrd S. justtreiverd per ohipl L(OUISVILLE. frilo New York, are requesllrted o tll, pay Ifreight and charge, and lake tnor1e Ilaal. W31 1t FltriIICK'& Co, d5 i70 laOnill at -C'NO-IPC-[Silihi (Charles, Clilniu C:offin, fromln Philadelphia, is now dicharoine : tiers bulw the rlil r.,al. Cion'.leera arem rtielodrlo r1qllelued Io atlend to Ihe receipt oftheir goimlls from ile Levee. d8--lw N. F. CIOMLY. 97 Ca.nap 0 Il NOTICE(-- Iloroeroc, J C Sprne.g.r. wGerge llrolwr. Iir VW It 'nvlor. S E lidablaior, raa.i~liree ofl ooada per ohiol Niana'ra. Capt. Cole, fron Plhilhlilllibih, are rPquelned I. m ioe hnllw tIheir seid,,oi·e Io t1he iliPchargihl clerkno the Levee, alkherwle their 0ooll0 will he aturad at their expense. N F COIY, d2 • 9O7'aml' a1 orTHE CONSIGiN EES of 45h lIea chlieoe, marked C,in a dialnnoo--II hlkoaa Itaoairao marked Jami.e aoolndlrra; aodlld o rl r ara, nllrko,,l L 1, reeivretl per pochet ahip Louiioille, lfim New York, are r,'qae. td to call, pay freiht aand ealellIre ard t.keoooie t," W B F, SI)ICK & Ca, 070 2tCallolp-a (i The slockhildders of tui steamer Brilliant Ames. inelln, r re reqlatel Ino mart on hoerd then alnea,lndt IlRILI.IAN'I', aI 5.a'eltck, P.9. . on Monday, tie 9t1h IIct or tile parimkei tit elvetin three Direrlur. dll II- N)'I'ltUE-d- ipt N ianro, t:tullin t.le, fromn Pliladelldia, i, nlaw di.arerging 2 Ilaer abon ve ile hltili. (Ualagneea. are part cularl rqullestend tI attend to the receipt if theirg good rrin lrm e Iveer. d2 N CO.tLV,Y 9T Campsat INC-P;o.IgCee- If Ig ods markeo d U V & K O I JP f IF, n ho cid ship -it lary, from New York are rr querted tn lake themnelvea knuwn t tlhe clerk oni til .Levee. P LAII)ILAW. I& The packet ehipi Si. Mary, Capi. Fotler, is did thenging oppllase Hae orill Isteet. Cot lignea will Ileaea allend on the Levee ao tel rel:eipt Ioflleir gnaald. 7irl'l'CI"--if tile owlwr of Ihe II(tUN BILF.ItS, Ir whicah lnw lie an tlt verenl ground blelonging in the city, (laely used ns a horse innre) nal ththe ornear of ( aoi . arael eld Ihe Iveea, wiel tl di( IIe i t I he satcae, thev a ill please leave wanrd willh thle undersiganed. di3-3. LAYV'I'JN & CO) 83 tld Levee at NUtlCl'-le firaia of ' It. HYDe; & atiiOl'tl tI is tla ia dnay lieslve,. VP. it. IIYIDE, rua.nain chIarged with the liquation Ilhenre. f. andl far he Ipllr liUse the name of the person will only be ued herealter. 't It HYDE, For himself nad tle Ihirs of d3 J HP HYDE. . C't)PARTq Etl$ltP-'P. t. HYDE, aIlilnr ro ieatdtl G. W. Mt)Sn with him in partnerreiip, they will contillue Ithe bhlaines reltAetfe purued bIv T. I. HYDE & t.RtO'IIttEl, uner the firm af'T. R.'HY D)E & Co. T It IIYDE, GW W MOSS, d3 39 Common st, coi.. ltagasine t~ mt . o II ii.Sat ln lla ra. rea nlA e .irlly il l lla t hi I ri aOinRis a oalmcrera ndal tie tlblia. tilnt beiag llbgl g Clit r i m Ir a i l ieeela oIn ectaaioat lf ill aentlal lie hno stil his stlck fit Mh.e.sr Hanw ela, rIinrrtl ald Ilenrell of Plilaldephia. wheo will hereatnlr reon. duct tllh beiuin.l in this citay aiter Ilie anne oflJohn J. iHaswell & Ca. lie aInks iiherln.e in rea olending them to Ithe patronage fthe li ararr cuestaamerr. tea5 A TOWAR 49 tamp et JOHN J HASWEI.I, & CO, aUCCESR ORS a il Alexander mower 49 Caamp Sataeel atke nkaalura in illfurming tlar EuatOmO ra mf thei latie hoI ca.d lie public gererallv, that hiring pallrclltted fraat Mr. l'Towar his e tira eltt:k of hbake, Iplaer &c; tirv harns anonv uch dalaitin. ate will ranhe alheir nlnntrauellt aary ralmltillt. rPiav wilc aWt~a. le able to, ewit.,y Printers with ink, paiper for hneompa. pera, Iraak and jolb work of ever.dtsenripti m on th, very eart rlnn,. City adi caaIatrvnataehnllta will f.ad bla;k bIoki. iof everykida qnlitr ,i land ria e toeeallae wtll clrck btonls, bill hoilk,. Cainitom hitare blankr, bills indlar, witlh all art Ilec ofetnai.itery ut-uelly kept ill aaHok titares. Calayiag pllrersea, celaying ink, ir ve.'ru light aad dlarkahlue enal llnrk writine flidn; Biialkerr' eaoeca.ea , pIcketi Ikll., &c &a. A aencernl nslertl ealla ra f Ialaii in nil the de arla ntafla lltt taf cielnce nnd hteralur., wllb Ile so~t extewnive ned eIult pleer naorlmarnt ,ferhalrll Ioonk eyrer ofaraed in .ew ar)rnr n all aI wlhicll Iithy are pireired It sell t cntlllry Imlr clhantsaad deaalenrs at ie Itheoet awholeaele pi a:ee. Irv 25 SIlalion sin mila frnom tll cilit there are egnod anti emUaalllllliiaaa Illlaa ns;; tla lna'l d il;/ellPl v i ltvote anil ecal Iring.a fair irata.olale ech Inmnily will iave the prirvilegri of caultivatli laIres panrcel'of mrlalll foir a number of yearsr, aal of cutatig a an uch tilmbenr na they iany wanta wilthout having nv thing nto pay ir lie tioe agreed uponI. Far further pnrtialaore,lapply to " It Bt)aNA heia a__5 araner Natchaez and Thapiaatoasni ta W ANI'TED)-A womann to -k and wash for a small family--One who can come well racem lended, can gt- n permanett situtuuino,by applying at ornter of .?t. TIhmnc andl Edwarld lstreets-A white woman watlld be preferred. ni6 IANTED-T-'Iwo good tinsmiths ale., won raate . iin1thre nl, wholu good wages anld cnstlnnt elm - plovalntl will be givn. NM II & I DEIVEREUX, n 128 'I'clapItoaula st -41OR S IE, flay and I.iverpnullanl--lO Ibnl.e Ia e ud 5:30 stcks fnlle ~alt, an nlard the shbip Frank Ifrt, Ia.in at St. Joseph street wharf, upply to Captain Ituutie on nnard or to all P I.AII)I.A\W, 51 Camp at KIEtrY iDili D I En-3-7tt na -kant. Inaltrdi cines, received per see'nt arrivals frot tlhe North ern ciies, l.iverponl and ilavre, mlakin their slnck or medicines ni a ll s na ill ite Solulhrn cllntt v. T'heir fint itn'lidvl plntitnare f-n tile celobral-d nmnn. fte try - Mnaullder, \\tt'ester & ('n. ttnt.n)hnl tlhey aill b colltantly nl n,-lint. P'lnters, dnl'rnin a ld hsie oians will Ie supplied on the mant flva rl le terca. .IARVII & AN)DREWS, d7 ct Conmlton anld Tehalpitoulans 1 NEW (10)OiS. I.US1ll & I.IEN are ntuw a p,.nini a eutuau te i - n aotrn It a Iieu sltirts; do ctnric, w. h linen rontstu; ttal .oll rs; silk, coltan tadll m.rino Iinaier shirlt andl drawer..- camlric and bilk Ilndkerctl.ia; inllk lnd llnnt rravantiln grpnt variety; Indlhnlrscarf-; atncks of every description; t umln elatic nd cottl llss pender-; ailk, tloton and thread GIloves; genlllltetne' lr-aesbkin goiveu. AlIso-- sLpletnlil ntortmentl of lIndies' tnlt entnlllmen 's writing le-k., lretu nn canp s, t lltn-i'nl Ibot.es, work bnz,' Pftrr Fn'i-, Pnerfinniy an.ldntltery,.t tile ttA Z A I, corner olf S. Charle andi Ct'Ononae st. d4 P IutPI'I 1 PI'RS--(III rcm-n. Q71,n 42; 0lf rnams26t bily .l ; 10O retna `26 Iv: 36; i00 runnma S by 32v: 100 rlneams 0 by 42; 3"01 )am 1:3 by 33 tlhia;lhlr releived frlt 11it b'i \teyick and Palithet,na.ndn for an byi J J IIASi\VEI. & Coi, aueanstrn ta A 'tW\WA II,49 ('ntmp st. d5 n PAPER-50- 0 .le..a .do lfe, I0(:0 r.n... ingle, a di 111000 ro.oti illrs nt are ptlr, ill sonre nna f.i ale ,by .d7 _ J 1'H ItIIL (&a. 74 P'lrasnt Pt lIII(I.ES, MIUST [RD, &r.-40 Ione canlon anr; 40 bnxas j galuonjar: qartl jar itirklei; l0t btouxer nntatll kbtchlnpt, 0o bixen ntill alrd, itll 4 lb butrlies and Ib cannisters, in olre anl for sale by d7 J IttAYlI:R & Cu. 74 Pnvdrn Pst I.AiI'-S & LUiStllI CANiEI)litAS. A iPILE:NIII) na-ortmenll of tInle, mantlel nod a hannille hnlnps, altd tlcatlltihnrl chtemi ricbhly uluount -eI witlh glaoss iris n,jura receivedr. fr sale Ib rl1---12 I H IIIIEWEIL & Co. 17 Lump at i AI.)P IKt t t INE IBOI l.lS-Lantmllig Iri ship SI ltlrv (Inn, fom lrllrmn. 300 Thmluna M.itadeirs wine, ftr atie lu a fro: Ihe ' etr in q-lnntities to slit nualhau-ers. 2JAI(VIu & ANIIIIE\VW, d7 er Clrlllutn and a 'Ibnpitul .a et .''/1M111i'i'. LE-A tI--,blt te1g .s framu 25 t-u 570 Ii. puurt Y extra n1. I and No. , wllile u,-ad grlltlll in oil trn- nle by JAIRVIS & ANDIIEWS. I cor Colmlnmn rt. "l'beailntolnaa st SINS-Ii D OIL -1In01 htl oidsn English Iumted toil, L1 ill store a d tla Pnl Irb JARVIS & ANDREWS, d7 cor Calllllln andt Tlllpluleams at (- UNNY BAGS----.~ hales 2 hushel gunny hang Sin .ore. amid f r a"ne hf d?7 J THIIA\ R o ',, 74 Popydan rt IANIFOI.D W1ITEF.tS-\\'ilson's ilmpiroved ma aenn. and flioal ttrsi flaril le, hr-, lunrrloi, markwed P & t1. Ally elsllon havinghe annie in their pisses: irn, will please give iflr.latiea to No. 90 Conmmn tFne tIRE-u tan girioaat tot masber nld irner andtheutheargood cookand child'b nur-t. Apply Io II DiltNNA tEl'.. t15 41: 'I'plhnpitorulna l TIiA I I'kll R.Al DEAIERhS. 30l CASiKS ptre lend, 51111 eabrchat, l0 ?5 eaake No. I Lead 15l " ur, " 250 Ihe each, 1.110 ketn- al .. 25 lb. eacih, For sale by the Agits. JARVIS & ANDREiWS, n'9 corner Com & Tirllapitalnan st (1 AtlIt tII --10 bllns Milu ua lily Virgihnia-ce o r oil 10 ,bia bl Westerncanrnil. N.o. 1 fi r sale by JAItVIS & ANI)IE\VWS, n1)9 earner ('aom & Thaptiotula at -I KlVN GLASIn Ing.dig fbouu shp 1 eokee,.-10 .) a 1I, 12 s 14, 12 x 16, New Englandt cronwa glass. ilhis glass was puIrchIased at reduced prices at the tilldlng lip of thr m.nalufulurhi.lnnpampany,and ia now fl;r.dt rary low. JAItVlS & A NDIREWS, 1it. coralr Oulot &, T'nRhapiula at I.ANK CAILItS--Aa invoice ofAIbolott ant Elv's I) eunamlled, ivory surfuace, plain and colored nlnk cards ol tfhe various atze, juslt received nd lnar ble by JOIIN J HASWEI.L & CI., t19 Sneceaoarn to A Towar, 49 Camp at B ANKEIt'S CASES atd Ptcket IlooksMoney oilteh, Walleto ald lrMemrandom, -A large and choice iasortment, just received an d for sale by JOHN J IIAnWELI., n19 Slccessorn to A 'l'ownr, 49 Camp st 11. 111t I(-5t10 brin superfine, fir sale by n25 . DOnISKEY. 44 mew Lever D tiUII.OtAlnu,-34 Melaxican and Patriot Daubt louon, for stile by d4 ABYOH FISK. UCII IAISINS--0O boxes ladlitug and for B A le by N FCOlII.Y, d2 97 Camp at l'IIIt('IS, &c-. large apnd ptenenal asortlmenta f k3 Shirts, Cullarn, nSlacks . Hauldkerchiel,ol'vnariau kinds, just received and fitr rale by (Jt)tSIP & Co. Naval, Militarv & Fashlionaltle Hatters, under o31 Exchluuge Hotel, St Charles at P KI.E, KEITCIUP, a.c--51t boxPa gallon jur, ndua.50 bnxtb haolhtlajar picklei; I(i0 hoxet Ioluate telahup I u inboxes pellner sanure; 20 do half pountd callitsPr ulslard, in tt ,re hlr ale ibly 1n1,1 J 1'lIIAYEIt & Co. 71 I'aydrs at J USTi received. anda It-r alta., a large unid general ias J ormenlllltll of Ja mIm,.d ware, suchl as lank boxes Tiea Canisters, Lamps, &c. MAK'1'IN H & J DEVEREUX, ao26 i6' lillnpilulas at 'I AAVASSIDJ IIA M3I-- 2 cans ain ture.fr sale by J n2tl J TIAYIIR & Co. 74 Pa.ydrntn SANILL t CKlit)AtiE & IIA.nl.-tiS--A fiuneas Ssurlnent il s anr 811n, 4 tn7 in:hes, fIr sale by 1,31 PI'Fitt I.AIDLA W. t;i1 C1nuitt If 1. UR-lLt0I brlhu, het Iakers' brands. at he I P landing, per lut boal efr saei by a113 I Itill)K:'Y,,4I New Levee A'I'S-301i Mackes at the laatiiug, per fl.t boit. fur s ale by (i D IoSI-.Y, n113 44 New .levee N1AIIS--20nlt kres nilA, tsroraed sires, n.w landing rman hatslqu. Juaehllie., (tr 0ale buv a2S AD \ \IS & WIIITAI.i.; 67 lrnvier nt dI.)AL-53cnaks I.ehig coil, braken ant creened ) rexpraessly fIbr la- fly uae, now hllaling from abip Nitgura, from Pnilutllphia, and for rale in Iotu Io suit purchaerri ; apply on buard or to N F CO.i( LY, d2 97 t'amp .t d2 Ii II)IRSEY,.14 N-w Iteva. IINDER'S HOARDS. &c.--.50 blndllea linditr'a baarda; 50 don do d ll lrtw; 100 li balhllt .atld, juat hlndel mnt shlip Ohlo, Itam PiIladlellplia, and or sale hv J;)bHN J II ASEVLI. & Ce, d! netn.-(or- to A To ar,-i§ ('am,,lI ST. CHARLES THEATRE. Stage Manager-Mr. larrettl. On Mlonday Ev ninr, Dec. 9th, will he perf-ntrd LAUGH WHEN YOU CAN. Goeamjler, Mr euals M|rthnier, pe ce Mr, ll ortimer, alre Sunrt En ily, J M Field Two grand Ovrriuree, by Ihe Orchestra. To onltdude with RAFAEL THE LIBERTINE. Rafael, Sr Balls Allonee, J M Field lavil, r Stuart Ineolln. Mia Melton 117 Doors oprn at 6--Performances to commenes at7o'clck ,M i Sene.n Teketl mnv be had at the Box Office. Dpen from 10 until 3 o'clock. METAIRIEJOCIKY CLUB RACES. 7jHE Vall Meeting far 1830, over ihe METAIRIO COUSE( , will eommence on tie eecoad Wed.. eeedey (121k) in tinaceller, anid cnntinue flee alays. Fir * Day -Joeky tI1i. Pare g'li. P t n mile liea.. Seeond Day--Junky (lub, Prne $l120I--3 mile heatl Third Dny-Janky Chib Pu'ree g$.00l-4 mile heae. Fourth Day-Jncky Club Puree 6l0-mile ahau ael : n 5. Fifth Day--Praprieor's Purer $100--nile meae. d4 IaE'EK lCEN. S, See'y. WASHINGTON BALL ROOM ST. PIIiI.P STREET, WBTWEIN ROYAL AND IIRBON STREET!. r llE MANAGER of the Woashingtan Ball Room respeetfnlly infairmm hie friendas ad the public, the the above mentioned eetabliahment will open for thae .eason,on Monday evening, November 4dh, 1839, by a GilANI) DRESS AND MASQUERADE BALL, and will coliiiue tLhreoghoua the season every Monday W'ednesday end 'naurdny eveningiofeach week. Adhninanee far Gieelleme.n , $2 00 New Orleans, Oct. 24th, 1839. '1 0 . lo N 'r . oar Dwelling House No. 139 Julie street, in the Ia buoildingg Company row. Appl on the p -,rto HC CAMM&AUK& V.. d6. .9f-e Two ruomn on the secnd floor snitable tf, S9 offies; apply onr the premises. No. 21 Camp street, at the Firementi' Innurance Ol.es. .112 TO RENT. "sr The three story brick store No. 87 New it Levee.treet; ineoreeion given imnediately. ApIply it 18 'T I HYDE& RO'OrHER. 1)11)18S 'r(K)TI! PASTE. For cleansing, beauifying and presereing te Teet. *I1Illa , repar.ltin hitl. u aired great celebrity by I tv p.esinol Ilie Iton.t inralnnble propettis. lir giving th 'I'retlb a polilh,. "werliag lie Itiealh, and en tirely etadioaling tlh eaturvy. It i ltlrmd tf ingredi. ents ple o.l to tits Inte, and iehly beneficial Io the hanlth and preservation of the Teeth and ymie; nor Id'Ies it I'ot.oretaotoo Iif llrcrosnive nature, the unne) otil l'l'reth, insteal of bein. itlpaired (a it ievitabll t" tih cn..' in most ofther eotpneillottr) will be preleredl tril rendered bIeaulifll in the eattete. For Pale at the HAZAAIR, corner of St t:hilrIle and Common at. 04 IIUS11 & ALLAN. NEW SPLENDID PlAN te FROM PARIS. JUST reereirld per Ibarqe SALE., from Havre, sad for aIes byn tlhe e.oor,bera 2 1)lngoifictI Grand Pinner, roeenw,od, elegantly in iri1 With ,raoA II( /ttlaven . 2 Mnlmfielnt tSrlmi uIpriglht Pianno, Carrcean wood, bealltiullv orllrnlented, 61 otlnaeer. 6 Squaore Frle PillUno, isewoold, very ornamental 4 Picolos n6 elnves, rosewood, CraEccaE and ae hlogitly W oot. 2 I o rtnvres, plain nn mallhngnv. l( Tle nlone .r .ll fromn Ito celebraied manufac tory of PLEYEI, & Co. Paris. dl E JOIINS & Cio. St. Charles at ! Ic-h-Tlh mn er.~~ti.ed offir for sale otn ceomme. l dalllnring to, in I to1I suit purchaser.: the cargo if Ir.n jiut r.eceived ihom stn khol m,, per brig Palemon, comptrisinlg a liull nod oplleelet allrtmet o nil sizes. LAYIIIN & t'o. I " inch, for sale ily LAY'I'ON 4 Co. dIll--if 53 t1h1 I.eeve at e 1i PA, KliE.S-,g..ol ' lick',;- or l in'. ta' Srenwe ,iwted .by- -. . d6--7 l':l1 IOAT PAPER-Nw Iandling from ihip l.uivile lfrnmll ew Yolk, 11)0 realls fine ru ldrel mtI'dium,I itible fir treanennt hills, Akc. A. . for sole by JOIIN J IIAhWiV Ll. & Cio, n2l8 Si,..er.. to A TowtAer.,4t9Camp ,t SAY--150 Iles, lanlling from ship ltA . Mnre, for 1 tile by PEl''TER LAII)I.AWs, nai9 51 Camsp at trLo,,Ult-, tn anding li' ,t steanmer ladepend ene, , e3 IJ)OIItKY, mi:t 44 New I.eee ddit atnd IPac.el Post. Juit retivei d aM filr sal by o2:' AT'OWAR,49Campat R1 ULIEIIRY TIEES--f200 Msorlt- i ticealit 't'reet fir sale. Apply at 109 ,ulmmoe ast na 'aiS l'tllt r11.-A ew bblle of the hbet Ililoia ) Cator Oil, received and Oir hatleeale or retail b", II BIRNNAIIEI., n22 43 T'ehapitolas at ( I tI 1r'AG;N CIDER-lIll boxes in store,foresle Sb v )31 I)119SEV, 44 New Levse I IT'lK'llR-100I kegs western bulter, In store and for saltly G Il RRSEY, nl2 44 New Levee UININE--450 ounces French aullltae of quinine for sale by JAIIVIO & ANIIREWI, 1112 orlner CoummII & ''chpiloults ati IL 1i-b-I0 kegs superior leaf lard, in asre and L1 or nsale by . G R)1SEY. l29 44 New Levee SlliE l't--10l bit rectlified as she landing, per flat boat, for sate by al3 G l)101SEY, 44 New Lves SLOUIt ANI) WII.I.KEY--:4 brl Flourand 36 bris W hi.key, lanlisg from seamboatl Oc.ee,L for ciobly utol " i IlIKSEY,44 New Lonve H AY & 54.'I-41)0 bales bay atd 150 lage Liver l0uu1 salt, l.idbig trcm ýiip lwhntta a for ami y IP l'rETi LAIDLAW, nl51i Comp at AltiGINGi f .\i, LE ROPE-:150 liecea c.,ttun foeture and flr auoe.tale ot neommtdot.og series by all i5i :l.ANI. 1IllAl I, 21(1 cavitteet ' It. 1.1.:AIt ''S, lAI1KUW9. Ae--a .ar. nit Sfur a ale by N o byMI.Y, 1,5 .97 Camp Pt COKDILA lIILl' IlOPE--I2 coils Cordilea Ile RKope, loatlg from iship Chaarlieuaiar, sale by 031 PIE'TER-K LA|I)IA\V, 61; Camp at I.AL'l'--12. sacks .ae Liverpool Pullt, i per turqo IZCitizeon, or u i by nl)AMS & WHI'rAI.L. na2 67 Graver at LONDON PORT'I'EK AND EDINBUIH ALE Jusl te:eilved ex-holip Ilialto. from London, 30 camns London Ilo, n Stout, t10 do E,lnburgh pale ale, In cesks of 6 dosen, a su .erir article, for sale by ,O22 EJI)ll , & C1o, .St sL'rlea et n A l--ao. U-aler trimue Nw .Vork HH y, ldli.au Sfruo alip Vicks bllr r und fir s!e by o31 A COIINEN, No.O 'lComnnm at M BIIEI.I.AS--A Ire s.oe t+ltlsel or l'alfeta U Sil Ul.ibellhs,nf all omn. fir sale Io y OilJSSIP & Co, Naval, Military 4 F.bhiuoabl ilstearc, o31 EI'xchange Ilht.l, ltChasllen a AlII--8 00kegs rot I.erd, in klos. OicalR e by L ti G I)OHSIEY. 44 New Levee O iL.& CANI)I.I.-199 boImes epr Ca-adPei.W 0 oL& thnlln'l i branl; 1 do baulndint Itght pressed extrn,"cholw C Eariles'" ianenrmle 9 lSeaalb s.penl Oil, lIluolite, i iri Ageatrisaraad o Ds le bJt _2 i. t l Bl.ANUIIAIlD33 Gr.ei.r ai W 'tIS IE'--I00 brIla e;·i'ti in ahliter* al; v 1:5 i DOIBe+I Y,41 yew Lnce. R) -PE-300 coils for sale by N F I)OMLY, SOI .%-210l libla minlerior qualit, fa salel b 125 N Fi" .oM.,97 Campa A'E'TEAu S- first rate Philadlelhia made Ba." Stau,% f yr sale by N F CIIt.llY, n5 97 Camp at ICIS---40nel ksprimte larolina Rice, in ilare Ir lý vile hy [rliJ IllAYit Y & Co,74 I'nydrnaat ILOUK-1100 brls al l. ta*din, for sale b 9 IRG DOKSE'. 44 New el SAP ANI) LE'PTER PAPER c 1110 roams lihle ruled rap plper r)t dio du do io luw price "":51i do do do llter lpaper 100 io do llilln do Io t11 lo IlIIulltn packel p.sot, ruled on 3 sidee, just received and tcr sale by Joln J IIATWEI.L & .'o. 1d2 tleossll e atoo A Tu' I'ar49 Comp at TN AI!.e--6i8 kegs, as.ortei tilutbers, nIls, .pibe, 1 and Inallo, lliilg aud iii tlui, tur Rule low Io close a colniiill ent. by N F COMLY, ., d, 97 Camp el C AItT WllcS-LA.--.l oniut. tar ae, ii p stt d for sole by N F COMLY, 12 97 Camp el -3 17pipoimn r inhe lendinig hem ship uNi.gunl, roti Philadelphia. a. l aer sale fram the Leire: uoplly to N FI('llsLY, d2 97 Scrap aI t IC ' hllit 'I lidad+.pis tIuafaetltre, Iorcale by il N F CO:ttM LY, b7 tLaiisp at )RIATINGa PAPERl- 10110 reamsluiper for aews, of -ies fr.ui 1 ":l1 t -..9 & 4A, lUao. nded .n,. oltipe hitct. filtn i hslon alid the Ohiu Iroin Philladl. Inbl1, sa·t flie sle by JoiIlNJ FIASWRU. &g ce tt28 Pul'oee.sllseo Alea. Tner, 19 . nat Iil'Kl'.'-- i.l,li t tt'n,,t lai eel. b i- n19 G Dltf l':Y, 4, ~t.m Leant.

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