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PRlSTED AND PJ.'BLHHFI) BY WM. II r CHANDLER fc CO. for pkesidexti GEN. ZACH AR Y TAYLOR, Of Louisiana. ' ' FOR VICE P J! ES WEXT: MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. . ., . fO THE STATE AT LARlit; 'jOSF.nr G. MARSHALL, of JelTerwn. GODLOVK S. OKT1I, of Tepjecanoe. DISTRICT ELECTORS : 1st 2d 3J 4 th 5iU r.ih 7th ih yth I0ih Dist. Jamw E. Blvthe, of Vanderburg. John S. Davu. of Floyd. Miltox (J rzgü, of Dearborn. David 1. Hollo-way, of Wavnt. Thohas I). Walpoou, of Hancock. Iovri-L II. Uoc-ssr.Ar, of Greene, Upward W. Mdji AottEY, ot Tark. Javls F. J?ut, of Clinton. . Damec. I). 1'katt, ot Ca3. David Kiujore, oi Delaware.' 4 CITY OF EVA3ISVI LLCl TUESDA V MORMXÜ, OC T. 31.. Are You at Wobk? But one week remains between this and the Presidential election. Our Slate will be closely contested, and the working party will win! A change of one vole in euch township w ill give the State to Old Zack. Remember this and work like nailors from this time uulil.the polls are closed. This State is for Taylor and Fillmore unless lost by idleness. Work and win the victory! The enemy is on the alert. They will do all- that men can do, and more than men ought to do; and they are aided by all the power of the Fed eral Government, and the money of the public and of the office holders. The contest is to be a fierce one. Let us contest it inch by; inch. un'jl victory is woo. We ficht tor prisci iLK A5D FOR THE COUNTRY! LET SO MAK FAL ter. Whenever, wherever, and in whatever ft tu rv rwe tho . ri rv f n n rn o m a ft I a a It t m til . jit, rout him, and save the countbt. j Coming Ric HR. Every account we receive from Ohio assures us that the Free Soilers are filling into Jhe whig ranks in support of Tay Jor very fast. They are convinced they can ac coioplish no eood b running Van Buren now w hue they have ji'st reasons to apprehend . . . . . - . : . that, throwing away their votes on him, raav ; d feat the very object they seek to promote. 1 he supporters of Lurnev in 1SU, virtually elected Polk, annexed Texas and extended slavery; and so the supporters of Van; Buren may aid the election of Cassand thus defeat the prohibition of slavery in the new territories. Reflecting citizens, who are earnestly in favor of Free Soil, cannot; assume such a fearful weight of responsibility, and, as they know Taylor will respect and carry out the will of Congress, ihey will go for him. CLJCol. Benton was a passenger on board of the steamer Oliva, on the ICth, descending the Ohio river. The Maysville Eagle says he was very garrulous, and attracted a good many locofocos around him. Finally, he is ta id to huvr proposed .that a rote should bo taken for the Presidency, supposing from, the number about Ifim. that the Cass mtn lia.l mninrii F ' ... V. . IUUJUIII I ) . He took great interest in the election, aud went " 1 . i j üown upon me oecit nun tne secretary to watch the voting ,The result was declared Taylor GO; Cass 21; Van Buren 3. The Colj- onel was as much astonished as the locofocos . are at the extent of th-ir drubbing in Pennnl unia, Well S.iD.The Madison Courier, remark ing upon the rage of the public for newspapers containing an extra amount of reading matter, tay, "if reading matter alone be their object, they will find enough that is new to many' of tht in in the Hille; and it is goal reading too.' We have rarely seen a harder or a better hit. Vermont. Carlos Coolidge, whig, 'va elected Governor by the Vermont Legislature, and Robert Tierpont, whig, Lieut. Governor. CasVExtb.( Pay. The public document? ijow that Cass has received (lie follovviugW ..- - . .) trasc . i ' Ezm charges on his prjvatcacount, $G3,940 40 CharÄesQtt Iiis rmölic account.'öJ.r-fci 'JO ;viio;i - t Salary jr.l years. at, Der ' 'annum, : .' : , 30,000 00 ;nvirll in 18 rears. - ' 6153.0G9 42 ' r Iii 1 1 Irl i la f irLi iv ' - k . 'One-hundred and .fifty-three thousand and -.litY-uine , tMiara auu ionj-io teui iui o . at . 1 K . a...A 1.. I W i r.,m' ittiryl service; Mr wiie nuuui an ' in' nore coirirroii .p'aüiü fiffl'n.' whi i e, he -was faring sjimptuoMbly evciynUyl. t .tfnvviif wir inoi if a lim ui nun. .auu i-.,.. people who pay the taxes ioo ai imv Gek. Taylor asd His Wounded. "My wounded are behind vie, and I thall never pass themalireS , So said Gen Taylor to Col. Davis on the battle field of Buena Vista, and a more touch ing and heroic reply was never uttered. As the Baltimore American truly says, it is one of those characteristic sayings which to strongly mark Gen. Taylor's firm yet generous nature. No wonder his solditrs had confidence in him No wonder that victory went with bim and perched upon hi standard wherever' it floated over a contested field. While the best feelings of the American heart are rising in sympathetic emotion with that greatness of soul which prompted such an answer as Gen. Taylor gave to his wounded friend on the bloody field of Buena Vista, the official papers worthily representing an Ad ministration which persecuted the too success ful hero, and left him to fight that battle as a forlorn hope destined to sacrifice the official paper may filly employ itself hi collating the items of Gen. Taylor's pay; in staling his al lowances for fuel and quartern; in enumerating his rations, with the number of horses the ser vice authorizes him to keep at the expense of the Government; and the sum total, when as certained, may be put down with all the' em phasis that may belong to official statistics. Nay, let that journal go over again, as it has lone more than once, the w hole course of Gen Taylor not to speak of his bravery, not toap- plaud his victories, not to express a patriotic pride in a glory so national as his, but to peer into the pay accounts of forty years, with mis erable calculations of forage and rations, to nhow by an aggregate most imposing to a mer cenary soul the compensation that Gen. Tay lor has received from the Treasury since his commission a a Lieutenant w as signed by Mr. Jcflcrson. Yes, let it point to the bloodshed at Fort Harrison, and iu the swamps of Flori da, and on the banks of the Rio Grande, and at Monterey and üuena V isla, and tell the American people the value of it all in dollars and cents. And let it not publish, let it pjr ticularly omit to publish, the letter of Adjut ant Gen. Jones to Senator Johnson, declaring that in no case since Gen.Tavlor became an officer of the army had he received one penny in the way of extra allowance, or beyond the regular rates of the services for officers of his grade. From its lucubrations in pigeon-holes, the official paper is likely to be aroused into dim-eyed perception of some startling facts. It may discover that it has made a . woful mis take in its denunciations of a man who is loo strongly in the hearts of ibe people to be reach ed by its attacks, and that, in spite of its sup pression of facta which its own invectives have called forth; the people know enough of Gen. Taylor to couQdeiu him, and to place the gr at trust of the Presidency into his hands. The PaEsiDWJriAL Contest. The N. Y. Herald of the 16ih, closes a lengthy article on ihe Presidential Election as follows: 'As far as the States have been tried, and as far as conceded, Gen. Taylor, without the vote of Ohio (if he has the vote of Pennsylvania,) will be elected. There is, also, a very prom ising indication, notwithstand the late ukase of Mr. Calhoun, his frienJs.and the support of Gen. Cass by the oriianof Mr. Calhoun, that South Carolina, by her b-gislature, will cast he nine votes for tren. lavior. so that, iu every aspect of the campaign, the prospects of Gen, Taylor are lilty perceni. oetier inan mey were one month ago. and far superior lo the pros pects of Mr. Polk at Ibis stage of the canvass of '41. In one word from prpsent evidence?, testi- monv. indication! and appearances, the pres ence of Gen. Taylor will be rrquired at;lhe Capitol at the next inauguration. Weogreewith the Herald, that without the vote of Ohio. Gen. Taylor w ill be elected? The result of the late ejection in Pennsylvania insures the electoral vote ofthatState for Tay lor and Fillmore, and virtually settles the Pres idential contest in their favor. But it is al most certain that the whig will carry Obio The Cincinnati Chrouicle sjys: We contend that there are nojnt grounds for counting on Ohio as at all likely to go for Cas.. The vote received by Ford, the whig candidate for Gov, ernor, falls lar sdiort of the whig vote in the State, Bnd no one who is conversant with the popular sentiment in Ohio, pretends to dViiy that t'.ere willbea Urgervote polled for Taylcr than there was for Ford. Thereis no I a toll tan rountv South of the National Koad.anda great many North of that road, iu which Genlay lor will not increase the whig vote. Lis believed that in the Scioto Valley aloue, he will get 5000 niore vote tharTFord. s This will nrulralize all lobses in the Reserve, and secure him the vote of the State, We repeat that Taylor's majority in Ohio will not be less than five thousand, und we would not be surprised if it readies ten thousand. ' . Tue Cholera. A" London letter of the,27th September, published in tlie National Intelli gencer, says: , , . ; ' The Cholera is i marching steadily toward us; it has ieached Pari?,' and there were cases of Asiatic cholera iu London reported last week."" ."Directions for treating the cholera, and other proofs of its'proxiinity, if not of it presence, are advertised (or sale and exhibited in the booksellers win lows. The Times ap pears to make light of the disorder, and savs it is a mistake to imagine that its vUitaiion is attended wiih. any extraordinary mortality; that more persons by far died of the iufiuenza last year iu London than did of the cholera when last in that city, - The cholera is pro uouueed mo?t decidedly iion-contagou9,&iid in its early stage very ea.y of cure. Panic is deprecated,-and cheerfulness and .composure and ease recommended. THE TIME IS NEAR! FRIENDS OF TAYLOK! ON TUESDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,' you will be called upon to dis charge a high and solemn duty." "On that day you must declare by your voles wbetheror not the present destructive party shall continue to rule over you with a rod of iron ! We there fore trust, that every man who really loves his country, and is desirous ; of set iug her once more prosperous, will be at the polls on the 7thÄof November, prepared to discharge his du ty honestly and fearlessly. Turn out, then, as freemen; determined to maintain your rights at all hazards ! In order to assist our friends, we would ad vise tbem lo Be careful to examine well and see that the Ballot Box is empty when the voting commences. The Cas- sitesuo doubt will attempt some of their usu al frauds, and must therefore be watched. At tend to this advice and see that it is not neg lected. , See that the votes are counted as soon as the Polls are closed. ' Remember, freemen, that the Ballot Box is your only hope. Guard it with a watchful eye. Also, Let not the Ballot Box. be taken from the place of voting until the vo tes are counted. Your opponents are now des perate, and may. If allowed the opportunity, resort to desperate means lo maintain their power. At the polls you will probably find Bullies Posted to frighten you from voting. Bui be not alarm ed. Show them that you are freemen, aoduul xercise freemen's rights. You must also Watch Illegal Voters. Keep a vigilant eye upon ihem, and suffer no man to vote who is not entitled to a vote. If you do, you will again be cheated out of your rkhls. You must also Be at the Pulls, rain or shine, hail or snow, at least an hour or two before they are opened. Talk to your ac quaintanccs who have been deceived and mis led by the hirelings of power. Many honest Democrats may vote with ihe Locofocos if they are not made acquainted w ith the destructive measures which they wbh adopted. Be in time to talk, to see, and to reason with such men, and you will do your country great good, and prevent them from assisting to destroy their own freedom. . -; When the Polh'are Open, vote yourself, and then look out for you neigh. bors. If one be missing, Start out after hivi and beseech him by all means lo go and vote. If he won't go and leave his work, stay am! work for hnn until he retuus. Do all that h fair and honorable to , ;. . ' Get the Voters Out , Our opponents always, mauage to get their friends out. It is tight sometimes to learn of our enemies. We thould all Bear in Mind that we have votes enough to give the majority on the 7ih of November to Old Bough and Ready, if all of his friends vote. Our oppon euts will have out every voter of their party. Shall the friends of Taylor be less ac tive when the best interests of our country an at stake, and we have it in our power to effect a change of rulers? Forbid it, freemen! Ralh er let us all do our duty, and THE .COUNTRY WILL 'BE REDEEMED t Freemen! Stand at the Polls until the box is closed, and see that the bid an I infirm are not kept from voting by the hired bullies of Cass & Co., whose dutv it seems to be to keep our old and timid voters from the polls. Watch them well, therefore, and keep the way clear. Doh't Believe your Enemies! They will circulate "ery manner of falsehood to help their sinkrg cause. Don't believe tlum! This is an old trick of our opponents, and has already been begun by ihe office holders in Washington. Be not deceir-ed by than,. THE DA V OF BA T TLE IS SEAH. Are the friends of the Constitution aud Laws --ofgood wages, good prices for Troduce, good limes for every body and every thing, prepared for the battle on the 7th of November? Lt these questions be propounded to your neigh bors, and see thai every man who lores his country, is prepared with bis little paper bul let the dread of .tr rants;' and the freeman's dcaiest friend to thoot,il into the ballot box ON TUESDAY, THE 7 Til OF NOVEMBER. Se to these thing, friends, and you country will long have cause to remember you. Once more, Fellow-Frrzmcn, Rally! Rally from every hill! Rally from every vale! Rally from your workshops! Rally from your fieUU! Rally from your firesides! Old Mex you who have thus far preserved our liberties RALLY! . Younq Man o.i whi must pre. serve our liberties in . ears ,yet, to come' RALLY! ' - . -. . Rally, one and all, Rally ! "Conscience !" Hj.v it. Works The Ma rietta Intelligencer says: Free Soil votes enough were giveu to Whit tlesey, the Locofocu candidate for Congress, iu th I3th District, to defeat Wi. P. Cutler, a man whose every drop of blood, sent down through a long line of Puritan ancestry, bounds only lor freedom and Free Soil," C-J-Mr. P. G. O'Rilet will please accept our thanks for late up river papers. Expenses of Government undeu all the Administrations. "We take the followius from the New Bedford Mercury I deem it important to call your attention to the following exposition and statistics ot expenses of our government, taken from the journal of Congress, for every administration. commenting v ith George W ashington s and concluding with James Iv. Polks. It will be found correct, with the exception of the , ex penditures under Polk's administration, w hich are probably underestimated at least some ,000,000, it being statedon competent au thority that the Mrxican war cost us I wo hun dred and fifty Millions of Dollars, instead of two hundred millions ot dollars, wnu n is tue amount placed in the scedule below. By gir- ing Air. rolk the benefat ol titty million dol lars, still, it will be observed, the increase cl the expenses of government have become tre mendous. What is very remarkable, yet true and be yond contradiction, is, that every Locofoco administration has cost and taxed the people of this Union vastly more than either of the Whig administrations. Thus it will be found, that the whole expenditur s of whig governments, commencing with v ashing ton's and ending with John Q. Adami during a period of forty years, (and be . it re inembered the expensesof the re volution, much of them, were paid under Washington's gov ernment, and all charges occurring in conse que nee of the last war with Great Britain, in Mr. Madison s,) the locofoco governments, commencing with Gen. Jackson & and endin w ith General Polk's.a period of t went v years, are runup to the enormous sum of" 1 hrce hun dred and thirteen million, six hundred and fif ty-two thousand and forty-seveu dollar?1," over aud above the whig governments forty years! A sum sufficient to have made internal im provements, deepening harbors an 1 rivers of the west and south, and building piers for the harbors on the lakes and seaboard, to an extent that would have been for all tune to come of immense benefit to our country; a sum suffi cient to have educated millions of poor chil dren and placed school houses in everv city, town and village and paid for teachers for many years. L is of vital importance to every mend ot his country to probe this subject to ihe bottom, and ask why is if, and who has caused this exorbitant expenditure of national treasure. Shall our hard earnings continue to be thus squandered by Locofoco misrule? Recapitulation rf the U. S. Government Ex Washington, 8years $I5,S92,193 00 Do 1 year 1,986.521 0U Do 1 month 163,543 00 Do I dav V16 00 Do 1 huiir 221) 00 Do. 1 minute 3 82 Adams, 4 vears fc5,3G2,5S7 00 Do 1 year 1,340. 6 00 Do 1 month 111,720 00 Do 1 dav 3,721 00 Do . I hour oo 00 ' Do 1 minute 2 5S Jefferson, 8 years 6 II. 300.7&S 01) Do 1 year 5,102,59 00 Do 1 mouth 43:).2lß 00 Do I div 11.310 00 Do 1 hour 097 0l Do 1 miaute 9 U'J Madison, S years SU l.GSl.939 00 Do 1 V. ar IS US i .til 7 00 Do 1 month 1,107,135 0U . Do 1 day ... . 50,237 00 ' Do 1 hour .2,093 00 Do 1 minute 34 6s Mcnroe, 8 years -8101,463,400 00 Do 1 vear 13.056.925 00 Do 1 mouth 1,069,16-3 00 Do 1 day 3b,;7i 00 Do 1 hour 1.511 Uü Do 1 minute 25 18 J. Q.. Adams, 4 vrars ."0,501,914 0d Do 1 vear 12,625,475 00 Do " 1 month 1,052,123 0J Do 1 da) 25,071 00 Do I hour 1,461 00 Do 1 mimue 21 35 Jackon, 8 vears 81 15,792,735 00 Do 1 "year 1S.22 1,092 00 Do 1 mouth 1,518,074 00 Do 1 day 50,022 00 Do 1 hour 2,109 00 Do - 1 minute ' 35 15 Van Baren, : 4 ytars . 8136,406,963 00 ' Do lyear 3i.l0i,7U Oü Do 1 mouth . 2,811,812 OU Do 1 day 91,727 00 Do 1 hour 3,947 00 Do 1 minute - ' 65 7S Tyler, 4 years ' 91,158,177 90 Do I year 22.789,510 00 Do I month 1,899,129 00 D) ldjy 63,301 00 Do ' 1 hour " 2,637 00 Do '1 minute 43 95 Polk. 4 years 8302,500,000 00 Do 1 year 73.625,000 00 Do 1 inonth 0.302,05300 Do 1 day 210,083 00 Do 1 hour 8,753 00 Do 1 minute ". 1 15 8S Look loitoncand all, throughout the Re public, antl say whether you will any longer counteujuce uch ; lavish and wicked extrava gance. TJIK NliNTH WOMDER gf the WORLD! rrMHS UUEATEST WONDER OF THE DAY .1 Was discovert d in ItilO. in aaivngesiate, on the inland ot L'urneo; and mpjios-eil to hav been wor .shi,j:d ad lty, by Iii iiibal'iiarm! VY ill be exhibited at the Court House on to-morrow, Tucndav, OctcUr 1 ho MIowjiiz aro die opinions ol medical men. regarding the structure and combination ot the wild nondescript, "CAM'Eit If AUSSElt." JuJired ly naturalist to be about -to years ot agr. ltd weight is M) pounud. Its mode of traveling as designed by nature is on ad tour. -" 1 have careiuily vamined CASPKK II AUSSER, now in posscs.-ioii of Dr. Sjsson, and lok upn him as the gienct living curiosity of theaee. In him here tt ms to a bleoi'iu, of ibe human and brute creations. In formati on, the head aud face .M allay, the n;pt r and lower cx'remiücsr approximate nearer to tho?ed'th? Ourang Oatan; than any other ani mal. The animal onrans are well dvelopcd, tbe intellectual weak and deficient. - WILLIAM BAYLE, M. D. . Oakland, Miss., D c. 12th, 1345. At a nieeiin-: of the B.ard of Toronto. U C. We exftintned tle above curiosity, and find it a departure from bothtlie Human- and Animal creation, arii nothing but a combination of the. human and lower race, nn I a struggle tor predomination could have produced such a wonderful creature. K. W.U'ÜKIKA, XI. V., J rts'L July 13,1811. JAdmLiion only 25 cents, Children under 12 year 15 cent.-. (KrlAMirsoivjii at 2 o cl'ck,ontl at i o clock, r. .I. irVlVo'i! ..it.'rrvd for thLi li oe r.n TIT; Füll TAT l Tiie Washington Union haviu assailed - c Cieneial T'a)lor oil account of the amount of his salary as Major. General, which doeJ not embrace a single item of extra allowance the Washington Dattery rejoins by bringing up the aduiidant spoils" enjoyed by the Ex ecutive Editors. The Battery says; j And how much Thomas Itiicliie and John P. IleissT 'Vhe'uhole amount of iLeir'enor tnous emoluments il is impossible to get at with any precision. - AVe publish below de- lajU jAliicli we copy Irom a single Blue Book of-momyVp.iul io vRiiclneV UeUs to the amount djnoro than a QUARTElt OF A MILLION OF DOLLARS ! ! t'r the Depdrtment of State ' For the TreasuryiDepirtmeut , For liie War Depirimeiit For the Naty Department . . ' For (he Post Oilice Department For the. Senate For the House . 4 $601 00 .1,G55 90 " 501 OO : 1,128 01 5.18G 23 -62,310 01 105,407 54 Making $27ü,4GS 82 Now we should be pleased lo know what public services Mr. Ritchie and Mr. Ileias .lave rendered tlie country, to entitle them to executive aud,,LegisUtMre favors, that liive'eir'nbled them to become -.DEALERS IN GOLD MINES from the emoluments ot some two or three jeats public priming, in !piie of the annual ihousmds they have squandered in magnificent tirng? And with what face ran (lestimD assiil Geueral Tay lor for ihe receipt of ihe lurd earned, richly merited, " and compir'aiively humble emolu ments ol an American officer? Yes,' Mr.' Ritchie, for silling in his mag uifieent apartmcutd, ; taking his daily' ride to the Ca;iud in his own cainaye, wiihht own eipiipngp lounging on iIih Senate settees in his well briishrdp' brads' bnti(ned cost, while vest and .utitfoilcd while kid gloves, (4 fierh tutn out every' thi) figuring about and tlan ciug hiiusell .'oirhis legs at ihe splendid as semblies at Jackson Hall, and ai (he rnigtii licciil eiiiert:iiinpnis oi ihe Meads of De partmetii ami ihe foieign Ministers feoft tili at I lie luxurious dinueis of the Fieuch, English, and Russuu Arnbassadois for run mug this round of rank ihrouh'elegaiit dis s p uion, ami writing an occasional paragraph l uidaiory of Mr. Polk, in the columns id the Union, I his Thomas Ritciiik, iii a single CuugresJ, Ki.xoKitKi smk' 277,4l)S 82 oh tiik rtofLE's moxkv." ; During the snine period ol lime, one old Z UI1ARY TAYLOR w.is winning iin.nor ial honors by his splendid achievemenis in the seivice tl" h i t'uuutiy. Under lh" buttl ing suns and the pestilenti il moonlight of Mexico, ho was beaming our II tg in TRiCMfii through lh; veteran legioiiof Arista, plan ting it on the towers of Monterey and the ritgcof Buena Visia' $h iring nil the while the loils, ir- piivaiii.ns, the pt:iils if his Iimiii blest soldiers and (in illy (ifpersiiig, with a iiandfiill of taw rociuitK, l lie ilicipliitod and 'ticoumed hosts of S mil Ami. And all this, 1 Ik; sleek ail l pampeied in'niou of ofii cinl patronage, falteiiiiig 011 hi $"277,11 S, t'iinks ovkiu'AID nv Tin: kmolumknts op a MaJi R Gt.MKUAL !. ' L' l us seo iiow the accounts stand: ' f Ritchie &, IWiss, S277.16S 00 Zich ity Taylor, . . ; 1 , , 7;W5 Both piidoul of the public Tieasury ! We iMve not heard iliit' Geifr.-il Taylor make any complaint bt!c'iiisu the tdfieial pitnlcis have become t lie proprieiois of gold mines, trom their immense emoluments, whilst he has been rece ving jusi enough for support ing lie ordinary expe nses of his rank and an e-dahlishmeui lor hn fninily. li'it Mr. Rit chie does compUin ol General Taylor's pay, and abuses .him ey:ry day in the Union .be cause he receives ihe emolument's of a M;jor Cjeueral, lo ihe Ninoiint, his horses and liav- ellmg expenses included, u( $7,3)5. Is Mr. Ritchie such a simpleton as not to see tint no man cm rend his abuse ol Gen eral Taylor, for receiving seve. thousand TltltKC HUNDRED ASD rtlNKTV-Hl VIC DoLUABS .m.m:tv ccats, wilhoul thinking fMr:lIei-s' 0"Ln MrNF.s, and gofMl Mr. Ritchie' TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND FOUR II UN ER ED AND SIXTY-EIGHT DOLLARS EIGHTY TWO CENTS f . BOOTS AND SHOES. JUST received 2j Ca.eJ Men'a Droran Shoes: " 2. Cas'S I hick and Kip Boots; - 23 Caes Wotnen'a lace Stitched Boot; For sale by oct31.c.lALLLS&.UOWIJ , LiqiORS. JUST received a laJrre lot of Liauor. Branun , Wines, Ac. Tho.e that are fond of a pure article for eickness will plea? call at oct3l ' ALL13 ot IIOWEiS. 1 Cash for Tallow i THE highest Cash price will be paid for Tallow at the äoapand Candle Maiiufatorv of Me IXERNY Sl Co.,ot DivUion street. oCx-Zsn: t. T. D. CIKSON. iV V MARTIX& PTOtWELr. j.vo. m. sTucKu rjix. t . incinnatijc?! Orleans .J CincinnatitNOrleani GIBSON, STOCKWriJi, Sc CO., COMMISSION PRODUCE MERCHANTS Iß JJrpad Mreet, lr NEW ; YORK. v,'i!MARn5,CincInna:i.'-war.H.ST0KWELL,N.Orlcani IVIAHTIN STOCinVEIX, PROOUCF, COMMISSION & FORWARO'G MERCH'TS , , ' Tchounitoulas Street, . . . , XLW ORLEANS.. . And General Commission 3Ierchants. , oct d&wj CINCINNATI. OHIO. X mVGOODS, AISD CHEAP. " JUST received by. the subscribe a large and very ftijierioT stock of Dry uöos, embracing' all the varieties nsual for the eaon. Also a choice assort ment of Gimps Fringe, Linen,- Corwt Lacs, Kee d'es. lil'n Pirr, LaJw's and' children's lfoWv. Ulovcn, Wlialcbtme, Linen and Cotton-Taprs, Braid and rlvss, an 1 every variety ot VY tut and Colored .Spool Cotton, with hundreds of other small article in the Trimming line too numerous to mention, for sfde low for cash or produce.'- ' ; . i 1 . 1 .. WILLIAM HUGHES. net -J I. Cvner .Main Si Socond Ktretrf.