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Thm Dit.T JoratAi. ii Dublished every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 cent per week, payable to the Carrier, or S3 w per annum, payauie m advance. Th Ti.WrrsLT JoraxiL. for the count', con taining all the matter of the Daily Journal, is pub lished on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at it 00 per annum in advance. TK Wrtti.t Joc-l is Dublished eTerr Thursday at $2 00, three copies for $5 00, seven copies for $11 00, ten copies lor f 15 w.tn advance. FRIDAY MORS ISO, DEC. 1. CO" The Telegraph vrire between- Louis Ville and Cincinnati, waa broken down in the .recent storm, which accounts for the non-ap pearance of our regular despatches. :G3-Messrs. Taylor 6t Haktet will except our thanks for Cale up river papers. rrj-In the balloting for a U. S. Senator,'!? the Arkansas Legislature, the 18 Whigs in that body voted for Col. C. F. M. INotiao, and stuck to bim to the last. Tesxes&ee. 1b another column we publish a tabular statement of the whole rote of this State, which ia official. Taylor's majority is 6,2S. Mississippi. A telegraphic dispatch from Memphis to Louisville, states that Mississippi has gave her vote to Cass, without a doubt, by eix hundred or a thousand majority. Louisiana. All the returns from Louisiana are in except the parishes of Clair borne aud Jackson. Taylor's majority will be about 3, 000. . North Carouna. -All but seven counties heard from, aud the TOle stands: Taylor 40, 727: Caas 31,151. Taytor'a majority 6,576. The other counties will increase it to about 8,500. Alabama. The official returns from Al abama show that Taylor received 30,504 and Cass 31,304 totes being a majurity of 600 (o Cass. Florida. Sufficient returns have been re ceWed to show that Florida will give Taylor a majority of 700 to 1000. Free Soil is Ohio. In 25 counties in Ohio, which includes the main strength of the Free Soil party, the Van Buren vote was 20,341. THtEf iai State. The Legislature elect of New York, as appears by the corrected re jected return?, will stand: V. Buren Hunker Whig Assembly, 14 5 109 Senate, 6 2 4 10 7 133 This will give the whig a majority on joint tallot of 106. Van Buren at Home. Columbia county, New York, the home of Martin Van Buren, gave Taylor 1,869 over Cass, and 1,679 over Van Buren. It gave Polk 521 majority oth Claj in 16 14 now Tijlor lacks but 244 -votes of beating the united vole of his oppo nents, Singular Fact. Lancaster county, Pa.,at the late election, cast 6,624 more votes than the whole Slate of Rhode Island, and 5,504 more than were given in the whole State of Delaware. Secbetaut VYaueb. According to the Union, Secretary Walker will, upon relinquish ing the charge of the Treasury Department, re- Bume the practice of the law in the U. S. Su preme Court at Washington, and make his per manent residence there. Hon. Feter J. Borst died at Middleburg. N. Y., on the 14th instant, instantaneously, and, as h supposed, of a disease of the heart. Mr. Borst formerly represented the Greene and Schoharie district in Congress. Resigned. Mr. Dewey the eloquent divine has dissolved his connection with the Church of the Messiah, in New York, owing to his physical inability to perforin its pastoral duties. Ills congregation gave bim 61000 as a pcrting Bourenir. fXJ"The Cholera has spared Ireland so far. It has raged nearly a month in England and Scotland, but no cases were reported in any part of Ireland up to our last account. The Washington Union, of the 19th'inst. says that a telegraphic despatch from New Or leans of the 14iu anounces the arrival there o Mr. Clifford, our minister to Mexico. He is accompanied by Mr. De ' La Rosas, the new minister from Mexico to the United States. As Old Spobt&man. Prince Albert and the Duke of Wellington went out gunning in Windsor Forrest lately. The Duke is in bis 80th year. (j-A Coal Mine has been discovered in Onondago county, New York, in the town of Camillers. The coal is said to be like the renasylnnia mineral. I NEW IKON STOKE IN LOUISVILLE. ITMIE Subscriber late of New Albany has opened I X his Store ODoosite the Louisville Hotel He rfe signs to sell at V hulesale to Merchants,! raders and Blacasmith'sand invite them to an almost entire new Stoc of BAR IKON, HARDWARE and CU 1 LERY; which consists in part of 100 tons Bar Iron ass'd louuJI Smoothing t Tai 4UOO Iba. Cast Steel. tors Irons. 2000 "A.B. Steel 200 cast MoftM Boards, 2000 Lnilish Blister JÄH) set ta Wagon Boies, Steel. 30 sets Elcptic Spring, 1000 " German Steel, 10 " Iron Axels, 3JO0 "Shear and Springs 300 H Knives & Forks, Steel. 200doFen and FocAet COO Kegs nails, all sizes', Knives, 40 doz 7d Col lens Axes. 30 doz Butcher & 50 ' Spadesand Shov- Knives, els, llUdozButt Hinges, 500 pair Trace Chains, 200 Gross Screws. luoofbiiLoff Chains. CIRCULAR. 40 Mill Saws, 6 to 8 feet Hand and FannellSaws, 30 Cross Cut Saws, 5 toAugurs, Chisels, Flan 71 feet, Irons, Rules, Gouges. 20do2CofJee.Mill8, Door Locks, Latches, 20 " Tea Kettles, Counter Scales,Bruss ket 24 Mouse Hole Anvils.tles, Iron wire. Razors, 24 Blacksmiths V ice, Scissors. i.e.. &c 1000 lbs Hand and Sledge Hammers, not 18. HENRY B.SHULLS DAGUEIIUOTTPE LIKECSSE S Buchanan Dazuerrotype Rooms over Ilallocks's lirus Store Maia U FOR tlie style and delicacy of the pictures made at this establishment, he invites the most accurate criticism. 1 be degree of perfection arrived at in making likenesses by this art, has been the work of the most diligent and patieot investigation. Koom open from 8 o clock to sunset, ana LlhL- NESSESTAKEN IN NY WEATHER. QInstructJon given iu the art. nov 20-dlm. FANCY CONFECTION All Y. Augustus llieen WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Evansville that he has lately opened a Fancy Confectionary store on First street, above Main, where he intends always to keep on hand a large and splendid assortment ol Cakes, Ca.ndus, Cokdi- " 1 .1 . t I I als, and otner lasniouaoie onnks, ana also in the iruit season a varied assortment of Frcits. He would inform the citizens that as he is a Confection er by trade every thing in the baking line will be none uy minien, in any simic, eiie, or iiiuub wisnu. Having just commenced in business he respectfully rennest that those wishing to purchase anything in his line would please give him a call, and examine hi Work and prices be lore purchasing elsewhere. Oct. 10-tl. L.AXDAIVD TOWS LOTS FOK SALE. T WILL sell at private sale a tract of Land adjoin J. in Evansville. eontaininsr atout twenty seven acres; also, ten or hlteen Lots in the upper enl.irge ment of Lvansville, all ot which 1 will seil onrea.n able terms in quantities to suit purchasers Tiiet wishing to purchate Iand or Lots, will hud it to thei jyll to apply immediately. E.A.CORBET, Agent, "VTOTICE.Ihave taAenout letters of Admin I W .1 . fl I -I. , I jl. isiraiion on me estate oi Hamilton i. rnroaus, late of Vanderburg County deceased. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make pay ment to live undersigned, and those havinz claims a rainst said estate will present them to him duly au thenticated fir payment. The estate is supposed lo be rolvent. WILSUM IIUUK. Adm'r. nov 20-t3-w-d nsxttovAz, Of the !Scr York Cheap Store To th Brick Store on JIain Street, for merly occupied by William Hughe. WHOLESALE AND II ETA IL RICHARD llALKkill returns his thanks to the public, lor past favors and solicits a continua tion of the same. 1 am just remvinjj fiorn ew York and t'hihulIphia a large and splendid stock of Dry Goods, consist ins in part of superfine Cloths. Cassimeres, Sattinetts, and rich Vesting, Hats, Caps. W ater 1 root Boots and Shoes, Ladies trailers anU r ine ibot ol sunerhne quality. A lareand splennid stock of Pomestics ofevrry kind; Silk, C-inzam. and cotton Umbrellas: a larce stock of Ladies wear, such as liombazines. Fancy colored Alpncas, and Dclanes, French, English, and American Calicoes, (Jinghams, &.c; a lare assort, ment of Eight Day and 1 hirty Hour Clocks, Look ing Glasses, and almost every article in the Dry Goods line. Also, Salt, and Groceries of every kind at Wholesale, all of which will be sold at remarkably low prices lor cash or sny kind of merchantable pro duce. Country merchants will find it their interest to rail anJ examine my goods ard pricrs, ai I am de termined to cell as w as arv house west of the Mountains. RICHARD RALEIGH, ct 26-3m DROWNED. JAMES BURSH was drowned on the mormnj of 24th int., between this tit? and Louisville, he is an Irishman and wjs a pedlar by trade he was on his way from Cincinnati to t.vansville. Any person who will rescue the body will be ruit- ably rewarded hy the friends ot the deceased bv wri ting to Michael Burse, Louisville, Ky., or Candy Burae. He had on his person some paper money, and a waich worth about $30. not 23 MICHAEL & CANDY DURSK. T ALEXANDER JONES, warn the public, not to harbour or trust Julia Ann Jones anything on my account, as 1 will not be responsible for any thing she may contract on my account, and il they do it will be on their own risk nov 27-3t. NEW GOODS AGAIN1H JUST received per Steumers North Carolina and J. Q. Adams, 13 packages more ot our Fall and Winter Stock. Which now comprises blue mixed and gold mixed Jeans; ble and blue black. Pilot cloths and blue Flushings; Btankets; Linseys; Brown Cottons -nd Sattinets. Black plaid mourning and fancy Ginghams, En gli.oh mourning, oil colored; Furniture, blue and orange and new style fanct Prints. Combs, Buttons aud Threads; bl'k plaid English Silk Cravats; Artificials; Ribbons and Florence braid Bonnets; bl'k and colored silk Fringes and Gimps; .odies bl'k lace silk Milts and Gloves; Waddings; Padding and Canvass. Figured Salesbury Flannels; plain bl'k Satin Stri ped, tiigured Mohair and real Alpacca Lustres; Rich figured colored Imperial and silk checked Lamar tine. Infants fancy velvet; Boy's velvet and Cloth; Mens Cloth, velvet, fur, cloth fur trimmed, point Print, glazed and Plush Caps. K. V. black and drab wool Hats; Fash Angola, Nutria, Russia and B. B and L. Crowned Planter, Monterey and Buena Vista Hats. The above addition makes our assortment com plete with the exception of Boots and Shoes; which we are looking tor daily. We have made such arrangements that we will be receiving New Goods the whole of the present s son and will sell at low prices. Sep 15. J. II. MAGHEE & Co DISSOLUTION. THE Copartnership existing between A. B. Bradt & L. G. Matthews, was disso.vul on the 6th inst. L. G. Matthews will continue the Tailoring Business at the old Stand on Main street, and in vites the former patrons ot the late firm and strängt a to give him a call. All work will be executed i tin best manner, and with promptness. nov 22. BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS. A FULL and ceneral assortment c 'everything in that line, namely An .vils. Bellows. Vices. Screw Plate Ksn. File and Grates. aaasal For sale by A. LAUG'lILIN ip25 Wite meet ATTEXTIOX CASH BUYCItS ! JUST BECE1VED AT X- KIKESEN& MORGAN'S, (Ao. 25, Main street.) LOT of seasonable Dry Goods, which will W L V. sold a low, or lower than they have ever been offered in this city. As we sell exclusively for cash we are willinz to sell on small p rot its. Oivh us call and examine for yoursel .es as we are alwayt pleased to show our Goods whether we sell or not. uur stock consists in pari oi me loiiowing articles 2tH) pieces tall prints, bcautitul tyl; 20 " bl'k alapaccas at from 13 to 20 cts. per yd id on coi u uingnams atomy äcis. per ya. 2 " sup. black tilks 37 inches wide. 10 " cadet sattinets. Cloths, Cassinets, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, Re! Blankets, Vestings. tailors trimmings, shawls, dres.- iiu lv l 9 Hill vap ivVi r a line u:;ui luiriii vi un dies and .Mis.es Boots walking Shoes. Slippers, cKi! dren's boou, Doy's kip monroes. Mens thick and Kip Boots. We will be receiving weekly supplis from this time out until the season closes, direct Irom the importers and manutucturers ol the latest ttylf s lortign and coniectic Dry Ooous. nov 2U. HOUSE TO II EXT. I wish to rent my dwelling house,-0 corner of Sycamore and Fourth street. The house contains four rooms and a kitchen and ct-lK-r. ÖCTApplyto CtlltkSTIAX DECKER, nov 27. TAI LOKS WAITED. WE wUh to employ a number of Coat and Tan taloon makers at our Store on Main st. novStf-tf N.&. A. G KEEN EWALD. LECTURES ON CIIE3IISTUY, By the Iter. C. A. Foster. 77 VERY Paturc'ay evening in thi room formerly LU the Udd h ellows' Hall, at the e.'tT of First and Main streets. Inov 21-2m. ' I in, fcuüFcriber is now oneiunz at the corner o J. First and .Main Street, a lull ttock of t aon able Dry Goods coiiMstin? in part of tho lollowin 10 boles 4-4 lirown Sliettings; 2uO pieces Calico; 50 do Bleached Domestic; 50 do Sattinets and Jeans; with a great variety of M. Dclanes, Cashmeres, fan cy estini:?, CaMmers, of every variety; a large as sortment of Winter Shawls, embracing some of quite new styles and ot the latest fashions; Cerro Gordo, Darker, and Trirkire Shawls, bl'k ensimere ShawU embroidered; also a good Slock of Ladies' Kid Gloves all of which will be sold on reasonoble terms for cash or produce; such as Corn, Oats, Fork, Beeswax. 1 allow, or feathers, nov 14, '43. JOHN SIIANKLIN. LIQUORS. JUST received a laije lot of Liquors. UruiiuRs, in es, A.c. 1 hose that are load ol a pure article tor eickness will please call at nov 1. ALL1S & HOWLS. NOTICE TO KPICUIiES. T"lJJ ore in receipt of part of our stock purchased by our Mr. Allis in New York and Boston, with an rveu) the tates of our ft lends and custom era that are ionn oi goou mm-, wmin win or lound enumerated below, ana we invite a can irom those wishing to purchase. Oc 23 ALLIS &. HOWES. Frcsli Oysters. W JF. are in receipt and hall continue to receive throughout tlte inter f resli uysiers packed n Ice direct Irom Baltimore. Alo'l'lie same hernieHcally scaled in Cans; and Khali be harpy to till oil orders ot home and abroad nov. 11. ALL1S & HOWES LOBSTERS Kcctived per steamer Dover from Boston, 100 cans fresh Lobsters, hermetri"ally sealed; for sale by ocZliJ ALLIS Sc HOWLS. FRESH Codfish Ac. Received per steamer Dove .V) cans fresh Codfish, 50 cans frt-h Sal mon, for sale by oc 23J ALLIS & HOWES. SA It I) IN KS Just received from Boston per Sitamer Gladiator, 100 cans pickled Lobsters; 200 boxes Sardines, for sale by oct 23 ALLIS &. I1UW Ls. TRICKLES Just received from Boton. JL JO cases Win. Underwood Pickles assorted. 5 do 3 d.t 10 do 5 do ForsJely Walnut Catsup 1 east row der, Pepper Siuce, Cajwt Cnjers, ALLIS &. HOWES. toe 23 IICK.S, Ac Received and for sale, 3 5 Lajs Ground (jiner, 5 do do Capit, 5 du do Spice, 2't do do Pepper, 5 lo prepared Cocoa. 2J do do Chocolate; ror ale by loc 23 ALLIS Sc HOWES 13KESERVES Received per steamer Gladiatoi 2 cases Canta (Jingtr, 2 dv Underwood's Currant Jelly, Z do do , Blackberry Jelly, 2 do do 4s'd. Fit Frtiita, For sale I. y foe 23 ALLIS HOWES. tIGS Just rec ived and fros-h, !? 100 Drunls Figs. 3 bbls Currants, 8 tierces Almonds, For sale by oc 23 ALLIS &. HOWES. JUST received Irora Boston, f CoiU ass'd size Manilla Cordage, 20,000 Gunny Bags, 21 bushels, 25 Boxes Sperm Candles, 50 do Lubick tierrine. 30 cases Boston Mustard, 100 boxes lancy Toilet and Shaving Soap, r sals by oc 23 ALLIS & HOWES. For COTTON YARNS AND RATTING. 16 bags 500 Cotton Yarn; 16 do (Oü do do; 2 do Carpet Chain; 4 Bales Cotton Batting; Just received and for sale lo w for cash by dov 13 JOHN SHANhLIN. PANTALOONS STUFT Sc C0ATI1IG3 CUTTENADES, t'rotens. Tweeds, superfine black Freuch Drap, ets., Drap de Nienne, Lin en and Union checks and stripes, with all the moM desirable styles, fcrsale low at wholetleand retail by ap 19 piuuivnio c.rfoo.ioo.. TO LET. A CONVENIENT Dwelling-house now occu pied by the subscriber. ' tor terms apply at the store of Sep 2i OLIVER LADD FALL. GOODS. JUST received a lew cases of my Fall stock, a mongst which are some Linen Edgings, Lacea, silk and worsted Fringes &c. oct 5 M. WT. FOSTER XSXXTCOVAL. LLIS & HOW LS have temporarely moved their V. Stoikand ofiice to the new Brie Store, oji Sycamore street, next to Laughlin's corner, at which place they respectfully solicit their friends and the public ingeneralto extend to them the same liberal patronage, they have hj long enjoyed, alwas felt grateful for, and will always endeavor to deserve. Sep20. 9 BOOTS ANb SHOES. JUST received 25 Cases Men's Brogan Shoes; 25 Cases Thick and Kip Boots; , 2 j Cases W omen s lace Mulched IJoots; For tale by oct3IJ ALLIS Sc HOWES, FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS, ,1 US I Lcceivfl by AI. W. Fostlr, at the corner ot Main and First street, a I a rue and mitral as sorttnet of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, suitable lor me present anü approach! a 3 seasons, consistinz in part of French and L'niish Llack, Biue, Green, Olive and Cadet; 6-4 Cloth, Cat&imeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds Jeans, Linseys, i lannels, fuperior and couinion B and over Coat Blankets. I'rints, Ginghams, Dvlancs Unmertine and Madcna Haids and fetnpes, i'lam and Figure! Aliiacca Lustres. Bik Jatm striocs. Mode at.d Figured Cassimeres, superior Ben Gro Do Kive, Italian and Plaid Silks; Silk, Velvet, otin; cm. 1: ir:i- 1 1 hi 1". on, Liiueu auu um Ltiice, ana .uiihii?, rr voces t i.-i . . iuuons, r towers, liiooons, ivc, occ. Also 60 Crves Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bon nets &x., makinj; my aisurtinen very general, desira ble and comolete. I Mould respectfully invite the ittt-iition of purrhae era to call and examine tlie stock as 1 have no fcoubt, it would be to the intercut of both larties, as 1 am determined to sell ot the lowest price for cash, or in exchange lor produce, oet IS M. W. FOSTER. ROPE STORE. "I UST received nnd.for sale J 15 CoiU Hemp Halter uopc; do Maniile do do; doz. Ilenip Beadcords; Kegs Kod Nails; bbU. Salaratus; boxes Ütarch; half boxes ö by 10 Class; doz Mustard; " do Brooms; boxes Soap; bbls Fr. Brandy; bbl- UM Kye Whiskey; Cask Fort Wine; do Madaria Wine: 12 2. 2 5 16 24 24 10 2 1 1 1 In store and for sale low by nov 11 Ü. VENNEMAN k CO; NEW GOODS ANI NEW HOUSE. fTMIE store formerly omipitd by Mrs. TiLLrsTox l corner of Mnin and Second Streets, is nowoccu pied by TIILODOIitl and JOSLlii VENN K.MAN asa Fancy and Domestic Dry Goods Store. The have on hand a lull asi-ortmtnt ol Fancy Goods, such as, Cassimere and Muslin Dt-lain Shawls, silk and Mulin Delain Handkerchiefs, Lady& and Gen tlemen s Cravats, plain black nnd plain mode colored lutre and calitorma plaids, .Marino and Bombazine black Silk 1 yard w ide. Linen Lace and losings at a very low price, a good variety of Cotton lice and Edging new styled, ilk hnntrelor Dresses, and a gHnl assortment ol Trimmings, heavy brown Mus lin, brown and blenched Drillm?. hne Cloth and Cas simere, Cabinet, Jeans, and a large asso.ttneiit ol Cotton Goods for l'antalocns and Coats. Boots and Shoee, and Fur Hats. loour Inends and the public in general, wc res pectfully invite them to call and examine our stock and prices before purchasing. Y e resppcifull? tender our thanks to the public for the very liberal patronage extended to us in our for- mir House, and we hope by punctual attendance to bufiness to merit a share ol Datronnrc. Don't fonret call, os we get uew goods every two months. T. Si, J. VEIVM E.MAN, sep 4J Main Street. LECTUUKS ON C2IE3IISTIIY, Dy Rev. C. A. FOSTER. THESE Iiccturcs are designed not only to instruct, but to amuse, and therefore, will be illustrated by varied and beautiful experiment. 1 o commence on featurday next the 18th instant, n the Brick School Koom. next to the Enisconal Church, at hall past 6 o'clock 1 M. First Iiecture without charge. Tickets for the course. 65.00. For a Lrnlv and Gentleman 6,00. 1 hose who do not wish to attend the whole course can he accommodated with Tickets lor separate Iec tures at 25 cents parh, to be had at Mr Shanklin's Store, corner of Main and First streets. No deduc tion tor Children. Tickets not transferable. fnov 13-2w.J. T UMIlCIt. A large and full assortment of Pine 1 1 L.uniler. r or sale by may! if. A. LA UGH LIN, Water si HOOTS AND Nil OILS. R' ECEIVED peretcatner Tnwarora, 22casrso- Boots and fchces, ccmpnurg n voty general a ortiiu nt oct ä JVl. V. rU.vrbK, l'OISK .IILKCHAKTS, look iii:ui: ! THE subscrilx-rs will be prepared to Slaughtering? JL Cut and pack pork either in bulk or barrels, nnd also for rendering Ivird, all of which will be done with neat lies 4 nnd despatch. Slaughtering Estab li?hiuent below the Canal bridge, .Main street. And their cuttin; and packing house on .Sycamore street, Lvannville Ia. Those at a distance wishing to cor resp md with us, may rod assured it eiiall meet our prompt attention. JOIKM tXJli'M. JOILV VARI JOrrrinccton Clarion insert toamountof si.iXJnnd liarjre lUta ullice. Oct 17 it HANK DIVIDEND. Evansville, Nov. 22. 1313. I A Dividend of five per cent has been declared out ot the profits of this Bank, for the six months endinii 31st October; payable, deducting taxes, to blocLholdcrs on and alter Monday next 27th 111st (J. W. RATHBONL Ctukiv. v 22-dJ-A.w3t. INDIANA MUTUAL. INSURANCE CO. T IIE Kectipts lor the year ending 1st November last, are 111 the hands ot the Agent tor collection. and prompt pnyinent is required in order to secure Hie benchta1 ol insurance. All claims not Ealislied by the first day of December next will be icturued to In-lianaiKIis as delinquent. E. A. CORBET, Agent, nov 22. Water Street. FIIESII TKAS. i ) ECEIVED per steamer Tucaroia,31 packages t . of treth 'f eas in chests, boxes and caddy boxe tor sale very cheap lor Lanfi. oct 5 M. W. FOSTER. TO COUNTRY MERCIIANTS- TIILsubsciÜK-ris now opening 100 1'ackages .Merchandise, consisting of Dry Ooods, doots &.Shoks, llATs,CAPsand Ih..nets, Hardware, (j lass Warf, and Crockery; which he will sell as low as any House in the City, for Cash, or ftoduce, such as Pork. Wheat, Corn, Oats, Flaxseed, White Beans beeswax Feathers or Tallow, decl-tf JOHN SIIANKLIN. JUST RECEINED, f TONS assorted Rod nnd Bar Iron; w" 100 kegs i&:orted Juniata Nails; 25 bundles spring Steel; 5 do sheer do; I case extra Cost do; Plow slabs, Boiler and sheet Iron; K , Files, and Door Latches, Which, together with our former stock makes complete. For sale low by may 9. LAl'GIILIN, Water street. JUST received from New Orleans, 50 bags Rio Colli, 2 Tierces fresh Kice, 25 doz. Buckets, 25 Nests Tut, rib's No 1. Mackerel, 10 do Cjaf Sugar, For sals by Toc23J ALLIS Sz, HOWES. TOIJACCO Just received from Baltimore. 50 boxes ass'd brands Virginia Tobaao, 2."xXX) do do Havanna öegars, For eale by oc 23 ALLIS HOWES. G Op XY8, To those who love Oysters IN consequence of a Telegraph Dispatch oft he 17th , inst. w- have reduced themce of freth Oysters J5 cents per Can. nov IS ALLIS Si, HOWES. ORADT& MATHEWS. Tailor, shopon theeas sidcof lain ft one door from the corncrot First. I11GIILV I Uro UTA NT WOttli. CIIILD-131KT1I : A Yalunl'le Scientific Wvri, vpon lit nhjct cf Gtt!ivH nnd Cf.tla.JJirth, hy Ji M. K7iASSL HUFF, M. I)., late of l'ari,jutt published in A'tw Yuri- fj the Author: 'fMlIö Work contains rectntly discovered infor JL mation upon a subject ol tlie highest impm-tanc 10 Married 1'ersons, or thoe contemplating Mar riage. It v'ill be luiid of special value to those whoee means, hcalih or other circ msta ces, do not . permit them to increase tlie number ot their latnily, without great inconvenience, fullering, or jierhaps risk ol life. A method ot avoiding these trouMes and dangers, at will, (rescntly dicuvertd by a le( brated r rench I'hys-ieian) is luliy communicated it ' this work, to that any person may avail himself of it at once, w ithout purchasing any instrument, medi cine, or other article, Irom the. author. The means of prevention lure stt lorlh.cobt comparatively noth ing, and are within the reach of all. The process ii new, sate, infalliable, conveiiicnt, simple, and can not injure the health ol the most delicate. Nor does it oiftail matrimonhl privileges ia the least. Morally CossiDtRtD. The object of this work can be shown to be of ths highest utility, and sustained by the soundest prin ciples of prudence, political economy, and virtue. It khowshow a physiological erleet may be produced, scientifically and without injury to the constitution, which thousands attempt to accomplieh by the most unwise aud reprehensible means. The object is by no mtana new to the world. The means will be teemed by all scientific, right-minded and sensih-l tMHinli na n il:Mnivorv in nbttLilniTv it" ik. k;l,.i I J , J-"--,J v. HAW I. consequence to public morals and happiness. . 1 HE INSTINCT Or IS ATVUE. Love, and the desire, for union betw een the sexes. will be indulged, ta'k ot prudence as wemnv Without marriase, we have, in all countries, a de basement ot one ex, and the criminal indulgence of the other; with marri 1 ge. and the unrestiaineJ indul gence ot the natural i istinct, very otten sutieringand misery of the most fearful character. Who. then rhall deny to man, (a free agent,) the right to marry. aim to reguiaieme ltisuncioi nature! I OCNÖ MASClLBfCrU. Young Married 1'enple, wIiuh' tortune. are not vet established, will find in this work matter to interest them deeply, and inturtuation ol the highest value. which they should not. on any account, le ignorant ot. Hundreds of mat ried people, now advanced in life, have assured tin- author, that if thev had doss- rssed such treasure in early life, it would have sav ed them more than half the sullt-nng and deprivatiou tney navt mice cnu jreü. Uahaipv ivts. Unhappy Wives, w ho let 1 that their physical con ition and health totally unlit Mem to become tlm mothers of a numerouolDpring, and who reasonably fear that each period of confinement will terminate their existence, will hail theducovtry ot this certain means ol relief with unbounded ioy. Let all surli unlortunate and unhappy wives lose no time in ob taining thb important work. It will be to them a precious bon through ute, and prevent many an ear- y aim premature ueaiiL Hereditary Diseases. Scrofula. Consumption, lnsanitv. Anoulexr. Dis ease of the Heart, and other horrible complaints, ca pable of transmission from parent to child, arllict many worthy people, who, at the tame time, are as capable of enjoying then. ,elves iu the marriage state as their more iortunate fellow beings. Shall such persons retrain from marriage on this account, or shall they marry and give birth to a leeble orisnrinir. destined to a life of sulferinr or an earl v death? i'lie answer to these serious Questions wid be found in the work here recoDinended. Early Makriagls. Early marriages are strongly advised by all phil osopher and writers upon social and political sub ject. Larly marringes beyond all question, tend to promote virtue and happiness; and with the power ot regulating the procreutive functions, made known in thia work, may be Ily entered into, without lear of incurring responsibilities which cannot be sustain ed. Ovi Porcunox or the Eakth. Over l'opulation of the earth need be no longer ap prehendcu. The calcuatjons of Malthus, and the wild tears of Robert Oale Owen, are alike rendered bast less by the discovery here communicated to the world. "The control ol man over his accidents," in 1 his respect at least, it here established. The wis dom of exercising such control, none v, bo give the subject a moment's consideration, can doubt. Honesty of tbe Wokk. SrThere is no deception or humbuggery of any kind about thiswor';. It is precisely what its title indicates, a scientific t ublication, containing inlor mation af great value to married people, or those contemplating marröge, expresad in plain lan guage, which all can understand, with no unnessa. ry words put in inertly to swell the number of its pages. The whole story is told, and the means ot accomplishing the objects of tlie work fully and faithfully given, so that the reader may avail him--ell ot it at once, without purchasing any medicine, instrument, or other artkle from the author. The means ol protection which it recommends, may also be relied upon, without fear of disapointinent or in- jury. 1 IIVSICIANS, 1 ROIESSORS, AND CLERGYMEN. In all parta of the country, have given their testi mony ttrongly in favor ot the objects of this work. and the nature ol the discovery. We annex a lew of thede recommendations: New Vork. Sep. 13, 1813. Dr. R. M. WEissELnorF Dear Sir: 1 should have no question whatever that the means recommended in your work on Child-Uirth, wouid aocomplich tho objects intended, considered in referenca to physiol ogical principles alone; but I have also thehuppines 10 Know mat n nas stow me test oi practical exper iment. Yours, truly, lt. LL LHJYKN, 1 rojeitoroj Miawijtry late oj farxt, Nlw York, August, 1843. Dr. R. M WnssELDOFF Sir. The moral elfecto such information as your work contains, I believe to be decidedly salutary. The ritrht of man to con trol the animal instincts cannot bo questioned. I think the work will bo the means of doing much good. liev. Ii. F. CROWLEY. No. 8 Stanley Tark, New York. 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