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!_/• Printed m No. — Coaii-atreet, iu (lie new Ini i 1.1 on* [ oue door eaal of the hank, ‘up ataira.) O.ficej of publi cation— No. 50 Royal-atrect, anti S. E. eorner of Wmer j Slid dt. Michiu4-«iicut. Term* -City paper $10 per annum, half Id advance— Country paper, fj per annum, to advance. *——— COMMERCIAL RECORD* I.ATKST ADVICE I. London,.Nov. 2 1 HAvrc.Nov. 2 Liverpool,.Nov. 3| Now York,.N<iv. 26 THURSDAY EVE NINO, Dec. y. There was another mail failure to-day. We have now six maila due from the oast; the Inal New York dale* be ing nl the 28th ult—the 2d lust. due. The NatD-Orltmnt Cotton market, since our last accounts has continued pretty active, at full pi ices of the previous week, at which holders very firm. Sales of three duya 14,000 bales—fair quoted mid. fair 9; middling 8$d8|c. Arrivals at about mi average of 30(H) Imles per <1*7 ■ flour In demand at about previous prices. Sugar dull. Molasses do. Bagging and Rope dull, 206/'21 and ‘JfiilOc for Rent. Whiskey heavy at Ido. Corn 53^5-1 iu de mand. Oats 434P15C. Exchange—Sterling ]8| not very brisk; Now York 60 daya, 216/3, in request; short eight 4j!fl?§. Mobile f> dia. Freights—Rates aro without improvement; aii vessels taken for Liverpool at 7-fSH; 1 for (.Inagon |d; 1 for Hull td; 1 for Havre aud 1 far Marseilles at lc. At Salma, the price of cotton was $e lower tbsu pre vious to the receipt of the leal foreign aewa—raugo of prices 7 a8Jc. At Naahvilla, 26th alt., the quotation far cotton wnn 7 498c. Tobacco, first quality $Uff5. A prlae cup, awarded by the Agricultural Society of Shelby county, Tcnncaaco, was recently given to a Mr. Cotton, far the beat twelve bales of cotton offered far competition. The prlte lot wna afterwards sold at auc tion for 12Jc per lb. The staple, handling and appear ance Is repreaented as very superior. Abstract or Rake Reports—Tim following is an ab stract from ibo Reports of tho scvernl institutions in Georgia, made to tho executive of that Stale during the month of November. The esah assets and cash liabili ties ere only put down; tho former embraces, specie and specie thuds, ami notes of other hanks;—the cash liabili ties are for circulation, deposits aud due to other banks. The Capital stock is not lneluded iu tlm liabilities. Liabilities. Assets. Planters Rank, Savannah. ..$384,049 GO... .$1 |8,(>oo 75 Planters A Merchaulc* Rank..451,180 59.145,266 32 Mechanic’s Rank.72,132 52.170,774 U0 Ceiituiern.il Rank.48,399 34.89,235 15 Central Rail Road Rank.213,947 07.52.590 2d Marine A Firo Ins. Rank.Ib5,d55 19.78,089 Id Rank of Millodgevillo.54,990 24.65,873 33 Georgia Kail Road......480,091 G3.274,721 24 Augusta Ins. Rank.78,043 78.17u,44u 30 Rank or Augusta.152,386 35.101,146 77 Bank of St Mary’s.41,086 77.2G,4dl 02 Bank of Iiawkinsville.160,915 63.-30,157 84 Ins. Rank of Columbus.9,371 61.357,335 73 Bank of Darien.279.146 62.65,066 21 Oemulgee Rauk.91,421 47.43,873 02 Western Bauk. 127,950 00.25,620 12 Bank of Brunswick.66,981 58.125,476 49 Bank of State of Georgia.670,295 09.272,212 79 Central Rank of Georgia... .1,526,203 73.188,691 43 Total.$4,991,487 71..$2,408,651 97 Tho Insurance Bank of Columbus, which has so largo s balance in Its favor, was a Branch of the United Slates Bank. The Western Bank ia winding up its affairs. The Central Rauk has in notes and bills discounted, Bank stock, etc. an Item of $2,299,380 62, which is class ed In the bank statement an available assets. In this bauk Is the U. States surplus revenue of $1,051,422. UNITED STATES CENSUS OF 1840—Absthact. Whites.—Males.7,249,266 Females. ...6,939,812 „ 14,189,108 Blacks.—Slaves...2,487,213 Freo.,.386,246 - 2,873,459 Total population.17,062,567 BirLUIKD. Iq Agriculture.....3,717,756 Iu Mining. >jo3 In Commerce. 117,575 In Manufactures aud Trades.791,545 In Navigation of the Ocean.56,025 In Navigation of Lakes, River* and Canals.33,067 Learned Professions, Engineer*, Ac.65,236 Leaf and Dumb.7,5.'»9 Blind.6,816 ■DUCXTIOM. Universities and Colleges.173 Academies and Grammar School*.3,213 Primary and Common Schools.47,2U9 Number of Studonts in College*, Ac.16,233 Number of Students in Academies aud Gram mar Schools.164,159 Number o Pupil# in Primary Schools.1,845,266 Number of Pupils at public charge.....468,764 VitIPOICTM. PORTSMOUTH—Per ship Venice—95 tons hay, 500 bbls potatoes. PORTLAND—Per barque Science—309 bbls potatoes, 226 nests ensks, 1200 ft clear boards, 1422 bxs herring*, 69 hf bbls mackerel, 707 empty bbls, 63 kits, 16 bbls fl*h, 50 kit* toeguc* aud sounds, and sundries. CHARLESTON—Per brig Tower—140 casks rice, 20m A 1 unibei, 20 bxs, 60 bbls, 39 pkgs mdse. NEW ORLEANS—For schr llorucl—60 lihds sugar, 150 uhls molasses. NEW ORLEANS—Per schr Creole—25 bbls vinegar, 50 do whiskey, 23 do flour, 111 hhds, 10 cask* bacon, 40 bxs candles, 40 tfa tea, 50 do Ininona, 100 drums flg*. FRANKLIN—Per schr Handy—«7 hhds sugar. NEW ORLEANS—Per steamboat Southerner—67 bxs tobacco, 10 hhds sugar, 12 casks bacon, 20 bbls pork, 85 sacks bran, 45 do oafs. PENSACOLA—Per steamboat Tom Salmond—9 hales cotton, 7 sacks ground peas, lcoop of chickens, 4 boxes mdse and sundries. RECEIPTS OF COT TON. Perstenmbout T Salmond fm Peneacola—W A Harda way 9 bale*. Ter steamboat Factor Ini Wetumpka—E L Andrews A co 176; T M English 96; Desha, SheppHrd A co 79; F C Heard 36; Slringfellow A Hanna 55; Rives, Rattle A co 45; Harrison A Blair 85; Hoyt A Ford 31; order 31; VV Scott 16; R L Walker 11; W S Knox 10; Brodnax, New ton A co 5; J Crawford 4; J Johnson A co 2. Per steamboat Hercules fm Tusculoosa—R R Fontalno 76 bales; Lesha, Sheppsrd A co 51; Dickinson A Eustis 32; Rives, Rattle A co 36; Stringfellow A Hanua 25; E K 35; D T Rail 26; S I Lovely 10; II A Schroedcr 7; J M Withers A co 6; Tooaier, Gay A co 4; W Massenaer 3; W A Scott 1; order 5. Per steamboat Arkansas fm Montgomery—Win Rower 114 bales; Rives, Bnttle 4-co 112; Harrison fy Rluir lu3*, W H Gee 32; Tartl, Stewart A 00 77; J Crnwlord 70; II Boykin 42; Bull if Files 45; LBteveusoa 34; J Simpson A eo 20; Slringfellow A Hanua 18; M Sayre 16; TJ UeYam ftrt 14; Desha, Sheppard A co 12; Sayro A Prichard 12; Austill if Marshall 10; T Lesesue 10; H P Bullard 7. Per barge Energy fm Gainesville—Lesha, Sheppard A co 109 bales; Wl .yoii A co 204. COaMItiNBEaT Per barque Science fm Portland—Ellis A Green; Child A Hooper; 11 Withinglou; to order. Per brig Tower fm Charleston—Barron A Mead; J F White; II A Lee; P T Harris; F A Lee; T Leseeue; Fry A McCrary; Marshall A Rowe; G Marlin; S Rohiuson; Al ien A IIstirs. Per schr Creole fin New Orleans—9 I A I I Jones; J Rea; Marshall A Rowe; Weir A Mosd. Per steamboat Tutu Salmond fm Pensacola—F Robe; 9 Mon sal cm; Ferrell; Mdlle Easlave. Per steamboat Southerner fm New Orleans—T M En glish; J Raa; W H Wsrhsm; Perry uuu A Son; Jesao A Cooper. __ PA AM BN U fill«. Per brig Tower fui Charleston—Col Perry, Captains Freeman aud Divlual, Mr Jones, lady aud 2 children, Mrs Depress and 5 children, J Duuu, lady uud child, Mrs l»«> uoiat end daughter, Messrs lluie, Frame. Per aieamliiiat-voutberiier fm New Urlonns—Capt II Monroe and lady, Miss A Woodger, Messrs Worsham, A Brewer, Boy den, Johnson, Gridl », Sluo, Dr Holland—21 ua dock. Per eteumboat Tom Salinond fui Pensacola—W Harda way, lady and child, W P iuuerarity and sister, Mr Wil kinson and lady, Mrs Buckley, Mrs Davis, Mossr* LeUar ou, Bobe, Poster—S ou dock. Per steamboat Hercules fm Tuscaloosa—Mrs Malone, Mlse Brown, Mis* SlwTrne, Rev W A Scott, Maj Burke, Dra Thompson, Andrus aud Carter, Messrs Hall, Brown, Mania, Montgomery, Bice, Love, Bradley, Brown, With ers. Per aleamboAt Factor fm Welutnpka—Messrs Malot, J Dickie, Boyle, Turdaboll. Per steamboat Arkansas from Montgomery—Mrs Mc Cartney aud child, Judge Bridges, Maj Gee, Col Matthews, Messrs Calhoun aud sou, Permeulo, Stevenson. Glover, Gse, Dsbuey, Gambia, Taylor, Davis, Caoey, L Barnes, J Barnes, Uerlier, McLeod. _MARINE LIST. PORT OP MOBILE-DECEMBER g, IdYl. CLEARED Ship Rienit, Clark, for New York, by Huutlugtou A Cleveland. Brig Charleston, Taylor, for Baltimore, by IIA Sehroo 4or. ARRIVED Skip Venice, Tiompsou, fm Portsmouth, to mastor. Barque Seieuoe, Adams, ha Portland; to mastor. Barque Abbe Dakor, Pratt, fm PortlauJ, with hay uhd potatoes to J II Hirers. Brig Tower, Wilson, 7 de fui Charleston. Hobr Creole, Bayard,ftu New Orleaus, to master. Bchr Handy, Pest, fm Fraukliu, La, with sugar to Win Hall. Behr Hornet, Winslow, ftn New Orleans, to ordor. Steamboat Southerner, Wambersie, fm New Orleans. Steamboat Tom Salmoud, Frederiok, Tin Puusacola. Steamboat Fast or, Jeuks, from Weuuupku, with t>48 bales ootton. Bteainboat Hercules, LaVergy, ftn Tuscaloosa, with 958 bales ootton. Bteamboat Arkansas, Johnson, fm Montgomery, with 797 bales cotton. Barge Energy, Cm Gainesville, with 806 bales cotton. Clbabbd fob Title pobt—At N Orleans—schr Louis iana aud Heleu. MEMORANDA. 87 The ateamboat Southerner, from New Orleans, re ports 1 ship and one brig outside, bound in. 87 The steamboat Factor arrived on Wednesday morning, and was accidentally omittcJ iu yesterday»* pa per. MOM LE, THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 9, 18*1. The Eastern mail this morning, tailed at Montgo mery. B. G. Shields, Esq. one of our representatnea in Congress, is in town, on his way to Washington City. Senator llagby was tol.*uve Tuscaloosa yesterday, on his way through this city. There was to be n public meeting at Pensacola, on Saturday last, to take into consideration the deranged state of the Eastern mails, and to make remon^trancee with ihu Pont Master General on the subject. They have decided in tiie Superior Court at Cin cinnati, (Ohio) that United States Hank notes arc not a.lagal tender in payment of debts due to the Hank in Ohio. Convupomlence of the Register and Journal. Tuscaloosa, Djc. 4, 1841. Gkittlkmen—1 have little of interest to commit* cate to you, about the proceedings of the Legislature, rive weeks of the session have passed,and the most important matters have hardly been reached, nor has there been any sufficient indication of the disposition of the members. I am greatly at a loss even to on jectnre what will he done with our Bank in Mobile. 'Five general hill ftt the Senate, for putting tl.o sus pended debt into commission, has been laid oh the table. The Bank Committee of the House, have in structed their chairman to report u hill to wind up the Branches at Mobile and Decutur. It will be reported on Monday, but its fate is very uncertain. It will encounter, in the outset, a project which unites a good many local interests, adverse to a winding up of the Decatur Branch. It is to divide the assets into four or more parts, making so many banks. The points spoken of, are Welumpka, Gainesville, Demopolis, Erwinton and Selma. I do not know by what con trivaucc they will get ovor the constitutional difficulty w hich forbids the charter of more than one Bank or Branch Bank, at the same session. The combination of interests in favor of such a scheme, will be power ful; but I think it will l>e successfully resisted. There is a growing feeling of the great responsibility cast upon live Legislature, by the condition of the hanking system; and 1 am a little in hope that it will bring about something useful. The good sense of the Legis lator, I am confideut, will defeat the project I have named. * I' or myself, I am lor winding up the suspended | debt, preventing the further discount of notes, and confining the operations of the bank to exchange. The reasons I cannot give to you in a hurried letter, but the occasion will soon present itself, to give it you in another form. A bill embodying those views is before the Stale Bank Committee. No proposi tion, however, meets with much encouragement, which proposes to curtail the present circulation of the Bank. The members lament the mischief of a depre ciated currency, while they dread the losses to indi viduals by curtailing it so as to raise its value. They seem to forget that the losses by depreciation, full most heavily on those, who Imd no hand in causing it, —that while seventy-five thousand families suffer to the amount of ten percent each in their expend itn res, —not ten thousand have aided or been benefitted by the issue. Think of u tux of seven hundred thousand dellars on the people of Alabama, for the convenience of bank debtors. If members would study out the justice and honesty of this, they would say—let us have less paper, but let it be good. The Senate has passed a bill giving the banks the power to employ Bank Marshals in the several coun ties, for the collection of their debts. The hill to alter the mode of collecting debts due laborers on steamboats, passed the House on the 3rd, and was on itfc third rending in the Senate on the 4th. The bill to prevent free negroes from landing in Mobile, has become n law. The lcin law for the benefit of mechanics, is also on its final reading in the senate. The chatter for the Fire Companies, and the Hook and Ladder Co. of our city h ive also passed. The city charter drags alo ig too slowly. After it was regularly referred and reported to the House, ono oft our delegation of the whig side, offered unexpec tedly a substitute. I thought all the while that some thing would be got up to delay, and if possible, to defeat it. I was sure they would not surrender their Recorder's court, if tliev can save it. The substitute was referred to the delegation, but they cannot agree to it. The abolishing of that court, is required by public opinion in Mobde, and the changes in its character proposed in the new plan, make it no less distasteful. The object of the Recorder’s court originally was to take the daily criminal jurisdiction from the Mayor, and have a regular day police oflice. After it has failed in giving satisfaction in that, it is pro|K>sed to make it a monthly criminal court, with higher powers, which will give even less satisfaction. The Penal Code is undergoing a complete revising in the hands of a committee, who, I hear will report in the beginning of the week. The chairman tells me that he will propose to abolish, or modify more lima twenty sections,' and so amend the code that juries may be found who will enforce it, for as it now stands, with all its severe and impracticable pennhici, it is not to be expected that juries will convict. Two attempts have been made to adjourn on the 18th, and 20th iust. but without effect. There nre some rumors in your city, of disagree ments botween the two democratic representatives our county. You may contradict these unreservedly. Whatever differences of opinion there were on a point or two never went further, and they nre in perfect harmony with each other. Teatrk.—At the celebrated festival given to the far famed “Bor” in Edinburgh, one of the elo* (|u«ut speakers made an appeal to him on behalf of the drama, which cannot but be remembered. He whose genius had created so many characters, replete with all the best attributes of humanity; so natural, too, that they seem to live and breathe with his read ers, is, of all men, most suited for a dramatic author. The urgeut appeal to Dickens was, that lie would write for the stage, for what true lover of the drama would not anticipate an intellectual treat in a play from the author of Nicholas Ni$kleby, Oliver Twist, and the Curiosity Shop! Byron's Werner, though the noble poet emphatically protested against its going on the stage, is one of the most thrilling and effective dramas; and though we have not heard that '• Boa” is equally fastidious regarding the productions of A»« pen, it is quite os certain that his novels are as well suited for dramatic purposes. His diameters are so marked, and his iucideuts so effective, that each of his works is already a reading drama. It is no won der then, that iu the ubscnce of any comedy, so in tended, by him, the existing works of “ Bor” should have lieeu dramatized by other handJt Success was to be looked for, and has been secured. A series of lliese is about to be produced upon our stage, the first A which is to bo acted to-night. What reader of iVicholua Nickleby (and who has not read ill) but must anticipate a treat Iroin seeing on the stage what has imparted such delight in the closet! The touching, quiet pathos, of poor afflicted Smike, contrasted with the bold heartless villany of the Uncle, and the inimi table drollery of tlie schoolmaster Sqveert, his wife and scholars, are capital materials to build a drama with. Mrs. Ricliardson plays poor Smike. She was the first who acted the character in this country, and the northern critics speak warmly of her efforts. That she deserves tlieir praise, we feel assued. The ver satility of her talents, lh« gentle pathos of her voice and manner, convince us of its truth; and in her hands, Smike is sure to be “ the feature" of the play. In New York, Mitchell at the Olympic, and Fisher at tlie Park, have devoted their great coinic powers to the representation of Squecfs; each is reported great, though both were wddely different. But the rich hu mor, whim and fun of Chapman, lead us to believe he will equal either, in this prince of pedagogues. Nov* venomf The very anticipation “ opens rich," and we expect a treat to-night. There was a consider able row in the Tennessee House of Rupri lentiitlvei, outlie 29tli ult. Some words spoken in delaute, raised a personal controversy which from words proceeded to blows. Major Row let* the member iron) Bradley, struck Mr. Haskell, the member from Madison, in the face with Itis fist.— The House look cognisance of the offence; hut con cluded upon the whole, that nobody was particularly to blame. The combatants did not agree in this opi nion; tor, after the adjournment, they had a shooting match in the public square, on leaving die State ItoHKt). They fired two pistols a piece, a id were about exchanging a third shot, when the by-atatulers stopped the fun. Mr. Haskell was shot through the hand, and his opponent through his clothes. The Senatorial election, in Tennessee is not yet decided. The question in dispute between the two Houser, here, is whether they shall cleat by joint vote in con vention, or by concurrent vote in the seperato bodies. The Senate has nominated ou its part, Hopkins i<. Turney for the vacancy caused by Mr. Grundy’s death. The House has not actod upon it. At the same time, a motion was made in the Sen ate, to go into convention to choose the other Sena tor One ol the Democratic Senators was pledged not to rote on party questions during live absence of a certain Whig member. He kept his word, but his democratic colleagues kept him company by re fusing to vote also—so that there was no quorum, and the motion was not carried,—although it was de cided so to lie—but reconsidered. The Bank of Louisiana in New Orleans, resumed specie payments on Monday last. The notice is in the following brief terms: honk of L’>uisianat ) New Orleans, 6tli Dec. 1841. y (0“ Not ice is hereby given, that henceforward this Ilank u’ilt pay its notes on presentation in specie, anil that it withdraws from the association of suspended Hanks. By order of the Board. Wat. L. LevERtCH, Cashier. It is further stated this Bank has resolved to de mand payments in specie, weekly, from all its debtor Banks. REPORT OF THE STATE TREASURER. Treasurer's Office, > Tuscaloosa, November ‘27, 18-11. > Hon. Nath’l Tkkhy, President of I lie Senate: Sir—To the Honorable Innly over which you pre side, 1 respectfully submit the report requir ed annually to lie made from this department, to both branches of the General Assembly, showing the receipts and disbursements during the liscul year, be ginning with tin* 27tb Nov., 18-10, and ending 26th November, 1841. 1 have the honor to lie, Very respect fully, your ob*t servant, S. G. FRIEitSON, State Treasurer. Summary Statement. At tbo date of the last report the balance to the credit was. $73,830 06 Since which the receipts from all sour ces amounts to... 164,033 48 Making together a gross amount of. . . 237,913 54 From which there has been applied as is shewn herewith. 185,638 08 Leaving a balance in the treasury at the close of the year. 52,225 46 Revenue Fund. The unexpended balance to credit, 27tli November, 1840, was. $73,830 06 To which has been added by receipts from Planters and Merchants Bank of .Mobile, the annual bonus due first December last ... 7,50000 From Alabama Life Insurance Trust Company their animal bonus. 1,000 “ The Cashier of the Bank of Mo bile, their annual bonus, due 1st Jan. 5,000 “ D. II. Norwood, for sale of .Su preme Court decisions. 69 “ James B- Wallace . .do. .do.. . 51 “ Cashier Branch at Montgomery, being an amount set apart by the third section of an uct making appropria tions for 1841. 5,741 30 “ do do Branck bunk at Mobile. 12,013 68 ** do do Bank of the Stale of Alabama. 5,701 50 “ The Cashier of the Bank of the State of Alabama being the amount set apart from the profits of said Bank and Branches as a revenue fund to defray the current expenses of the State Government. 115,000 f< Cashier of the State Bank the amount appropriated by uu act of 28th April, 1841, to defray the expenses of the called session,. 12,00 “ Thomas Me Prince, an amount overdrawn by Ininas a member of the Legislature in 1840-’41. 4 00 Making the balance and receipts amount to the sum of.$237,913 54 From which there has been disbursed as shewn herewith. 185,688 08 Which leaves this morning an nnexpend. ed balance in the treasury of. 52,225 46 Census of 1841.—Population or the Brit ish Empire.—From the result of tho census, which has just been concluded, it uppuars that the popula tion of Great Britain and Ireland in the present year amounts to upwards of twenty sevcu millions of souls. The return for the three kingdoms, the Channel Is lands, and the Isle of Man, is as follows: England and Wales.15,901,981 Scotland.2,624,586 Ireland. 8,255,382 Gucrnsy, Jersey and Man. 124,079 Total, 26,956,028 Tnis is exclusive of the army nnd navy, of mer chant seamen afloat, and of alf persons travelling abroad, or not under a roof on the night of the 5th of June. Including three classes, the population may be safely taken at twenty seven millions since 1831. If to this be added the population of the colonies de pendant on this country, it will be found that the sub jects of the British crown are more numerous than that of any other civilized monarchy or republic on the face of the globe. After making every allowance for possible exugeration or uncertainty in the accounts •f the Indian or Australian population, we iuay safoSy •ay that her Majesty Queen Victoria is the sovereign of a hundred millions of subjects—a larger portion of the human race than has ever obeyed any one Eu ropean sovereign since tho downfall of the Roman empire —[Liverpool Times. The New York Express of Wednesday evening, *n noticing the clearance of the pneket-ship Iicndrick Hudson, for London, says that it took out N. Dunn, Esq. with his mngiiiflceiit Chinese Collection, which has for the last two years been tho subject of an in teresting and instructive public exhibition at Phila delphia. fie goes to London to exhibit it under tho patronage of the Crown, and with an order from the Lords of the Admiralty to pass it duly free. It will he exhibited at Hyde Park earner, London, when tho buildings, now putting up. arcready for its reception. Some idea may be formed of its magnitude when it is known that the bulk of the establishment is fourhuu dr«d tons. Life of a Medical Man.—There is not any career which no rapidly wears away the powers of life, because there is no other which requires a great er activity of iniud and body, lie lias to bear the changes of wheater, continued fatigue, irregularity iu his meals, nnd broken rest; to live in tile midst of miasina and contagion. If in the country lie has to traverse considerable distances on horseback, ex posed to wind and storm; to brave all dangers to go to the relief of suffering humanity. A fearful truth for medical men litis been established by the table of mortality of Dr. Cnsjwr, published in the British Re view. Of 1000 members of the medical profession, GOO died before their sixty second year; whilst of persons leading a quiet life, such as agriculturists or theologians, the mortality is only 847. If we take 100 individuals of each of these classes, 43 theolo gians, 40 agriculturists, 85 clerks, and M soldiers will reach their seventieth year; of 100 professors of the healing art, 24 only will reach that age, They are the sign posts to health; they can show the road to old age, but rarely tread it themselves. I me Prince de Joinville in Boston.—The Atlas of yesterday morning contains a full account of the visit of the Prince to Boston. After being ad dressed by tile Mayor, who tendered him the freest and heartiest hospitalities of tile city, he was wailed on by the committee of Arrangements, and the time appointed at which they should attend Inin to the Ball. He visited the Navy Yard and Bunker Hill, driving through the principal streets to take a view of the city. In the afternoon the French residents called upon him, and made him an address, to which be replied in a suitable strain. Aliout half past nine he made his appearance at Fanouil Hull, which was crowded to suttocalion, and, according to the Allas, was decorated in auporb style. Tha brilliant display of lights, mingliug with the banners of every land, ■ lie beauty of the Indies, and the magnificence of their attire, combined to present one of the most magni ficent sights ever witnessed. Judging from the ecstasy of the writer the effect must have been overpowering. He finishes as follows: "Such a magnificent affair, or oue so completely successful, we venture to say lias never been witness ed on this continent. It was worthy of the dislin gniahed stranger in whose honor it was given—it was worthy of Boatuu. Can we say morel” The Prince, we understand, arrived here this morning, and visi'ed the Navy Yard, where he was received with all due attention.—[N. ^ • Advertiser 20th tilt.] [From the Lou Jon Corrsvpomlvut ol’tlie Boston Couriur. | London, Nov. 3, 1841.—Three months ago 1 con sidered that tlie distress then sweeping through^ the land was at its height, hot I was mistaken, bora (piirtor of a century, neither Englishmen, Scotchmen, nor Irishmen, have endured such extreme privations as they now endure, and it is douhtlul il the worst has even vet come. With every mail the most heart rending accounts arc received, ami by every succes sive mail they appear to grow still more heart rend ing; were I go to give you these accounts, as olitci allv reported, tliov would not he believed, and vet they cmne so rapidly and so well authenticated, that they must be true. Meetings ure held all over the ' country for the purpose of devising some means for the relief of the suffering thousands, hut their meet ings do but little good—there is “something rotten in Denmark,” and the whole system of the present go vernment must be revolutionized before the great mass of the |>oople obtain relief front their present almost insupportuhlu sufferings. Few persons in America can realize the present awful condition «>l the great mass of the population in this kingdom, and therefore it is that 1 shall attempt to place before my country men some account of this deplorable and disgraceful state of suffering among the people. The Morning Post acknowledges that there is too much truth in the repeated statements of the condi tion of the people, for it says “it were idle to deuy that there are ninny alarming symptoms in the social condition of Great Britain. It is fearful to behold an enormous mass of people whose means ol existence are senary and precarious, and who have thrown off all restraint of reverence for that which is placed above them.” There are always numerous poor per sons in the streets of London who never fail to accost every well dressed individual, and beg fur a small pittanco, hut never before have I seen such a large number of this class in every part of the metropolis. These miserable looking creatures are at every corn er and in every street; they follow after every gentle man, and supplicate and utter blessings for the sake of a half-penny. They look in a truly wretched con dition—lion tfioy subsist is n mystery. The Dispatch has ssme excellent remarks upon the condition of the country and the people—it says,— “A foreigner, from a certain class of our public proceedings and documents, might imagine that Great Britain and 1 reland constituted the Paradise of Paradises. They might argue that our country was exuberantly rich, totally devoid ol wretchedness, and that our Divines mid \v*tse men had brought all insti tutions penal, intellectual, and benevolent, to such a state of absolute perfection, that the whole nation was bursting with an irresistible zeal to make all the rest of the world as happy as itself. Great Britain does not admit foreign corn, because the people are fed to surfeit, and food is a drug amongst them. She sub scribes immensely for dispensing religion all over the civilized mid uncivilized world, and for sending mis sionaries in every extreme of the earth to impart truth, nnu to import mo'ikh, silencing in a plelliora ot truth, ami saturated with books of every port. The virtuous Great Britain never troubles. Foreign .States, or countries in Asia or Africa, nliout prisons or morals, and oil the ground that she is herself so destitute of crime and so perfect in morality, that her delicate mind is not susceptible of even a suspicion that any other countries can need such subjects to lx* mentioned amongst them. The foreigner, who from public proceeding and documents, might fairly draw such conclusions, on coining amongst us would disco ver that, with all our immense wealth, we have inure of squalid misery, starving wretchedness, and writh ing distress amongst greater numbers, and in a more extreme degree than any other nation in the world— that our institution.* arc in a neglected and imperfect state, producing the crimes ami miseries they were inte,i le.l to prevent or relieve—that corn is not ad mitted merely to sustain Arislonacy by the sufferings of the poor—that so far frem having any religions truth to dispense to others, wc have worse than none lor ourselves, for the uncertainly of vvliat it is, puls and keeps us in a perpetual state of discord and bad feelings—that instead of having a superfluity of bonks vv.- have a vast part of the population that would Ik* glad of them could they only rend and write; and as to the morals, crimes and punishments, we are in a most deplorable state with respect to all of them.— British benevolence is sadly erratic—a worthless va gabond—for whilst it roves every where, it nuglects all its objects at home." The following observations upon this subject, from the Atlas, will give a more correct idea of the pre vailing distress. Thu winter is not commenced, yet the general dis tress throughout the country has arrived at such n point that nothing hut a wholesale famine can carry it further. From Paisley the accounts are frightful—so fright ful that even Sir Robert Peel, although lie still ad heres to bis non-intervention as a minister, declares bis readiness to forward a private subscription for its amelioration as an individual. In the potteries famine stalks abroad; thousands are starving! ami those who would cruelly attempt to delude the sufferers into the belief that machinery is the cause of their distress, inay read in the general destitution there a practical refutation of their foolish falsehood. In the potteries there is no other machine worked but the potter’s wheel mentioned in Scrip ture. In the metropolis wc have n specimen of the general destitution in the fact that even printers, usually the most prosperous of the classes who live by labor, are appealing to private benevolence, with the appaling fact that twelve hundred compositors and pressmen in London arc unemployed, and many of them with large families, are actually in a starving state. In Leeds there are 19,236 individuals who are living on eleven pence farthing per week each!—and at a public meeting of the inhabitants of that town, among other barrowing details of human misery, the following account was given by one of the speakers: ‘The cases of distress,’ Bays Dr. Smiles, ‘of ex treme distress, tliat had come under his notice that morning, had harrowed up his very soul. There was one case he would particularly mention. He had no ted down the name, and he was sure, if any doubt existed, individuals might satisfy themselves as to the correctness of the statements. At the end of Brook street there was a small cellar dwelling, nine feet by twelve, into which they were introduced by the enu merator. The dwelling was so considerably beneath the street that only ball the window was above it. It was a damp, disagreeable, ili-liglied, ill aired den. In that apartment they found three families, consist ing of sixteen individuals, nine who slept in it every night. There were faur adults and twelve children. Six individuals, constituting one family, slept upon a litter of straw', huddled together not like human be ings, not oven like animals, for their situations was not to be compared with the comfort of our dogs and horses in our stables. Other four or five slept on a bed of shavings, and the remaining five slept on ano ther miserable bed in the apartment. When they en tered, the poor mother was weeping, her infant was on her knee in the last stage of a fatal disease, dying without any medical assistance. The family was en tirely destitute, no means of subsistence, no weekly earnings, no parish relief. This was one instance. This is but a sample of the accounts from all parts of the country. Manchester, Birmingham, Paisley, Norwich, Preston—almost every town in England or Scotland where the population is dense has the saiuc tala to tell. 'I be middle classes cannot assist: they are themselves falling into actuul want. Distress such as this must affect the capitalist as well as the laborer, and, it must spread upwards and downwards until all the intermediate classes betweeu wealth and labor are absorded in the calamity.’ Financiers Sentenced.—Tlie Philadelphia financiers, Massinger and Wright, were sentenced on Thursday—the former three years imprisonment in tlie penitentiary, and the latter to four months in the county prison, each to pay a nominal fine. The Philadelphia Gazette says, that in passing sentence upuu Massinger, Judge Barton stated that the court had taken into consideration the fuct that every dollur of the defendant hail been given up for the benefit of his creditors, aud his being discharged by the court as an insolvent debtor after a strenuous opposition by his creditors, und would not therefore give him the extent of punishmeut allowed by law, which was seven years. In passing sentence upon Wright, the court said it believed him to have been the dupe ofHassinger, that there was a wide difference in the two cases, and a marked difference ofght to bo made in the measure of punishment. The^Crocp.—We find in the New York Sun the following notice of a case of croup: Au old subscrilier called upon us yesterday, and informed us that by the publication in our columns u few days since of n sim ple and easily attainable remedy for the croup we had been instrumental in saving the life of un infant of his on Sunday night. The ingredients are sliced onions, and sugar laid on the slices in layers—the syrup being administered. He wishes to’“keep it before tlie people” as a sovereign and almost instan cous remedy. All a-Ground.—The closing of tiie CnnalTrade at Buffalo was hastened, not by ice or snow, but by the unparalleled deficiency of water iu the Canal for some miles east of Buffalo—the lowness of Lake Erie preventing an adequate supply of water for the present levtil of the Canal, Unloaded bouts were floundering in the mud be tween Buffalo and Black Rock; andif Lake Erie con tinues to full os it has doue for sometime past, and should reach the level to which it was depressed in 1809-14, and again in 1820, 4cc. the navigation of the western section of the Erie Canul will he wholly im peded. Even as it.lius been for several months, tin* impediments to navigation would be most seriously felt. .We cannot reasonably doubt that prompt efforts will be mado to remedy this difficulty, by employing the winter to deeuen or enlarge the Western section of canal sufficiently to draw a supply of water from Lake Erie even should it continue to fall till it reach as the lowest depression which it occasionally as sumes. i High Water in London.— Owing fo the long successioa of rain*, coinciding with the spiing tides anJ winds, forcing the* water tip the Channel, the Thame* at Loudon, on 18th Oct., overflowed it* Innks, and caused much loss as well as suffering. Those conversant with the localities will have some idea of the height of water from learning that Palace Yard and the neighboring streets, ami the llnor «1 Westminster Hall itself, were oveiflowed. Escaped.— The Pittsburg Chronicle says:— “The recognizance of Win. Pinnoll was forfeited on Wednesday last, in the U. .S. Court. He was en gaged in the Brnddeo mail robberies, and gave bail in bGOOO—himself in b4000, and two suritic* in $1000 each. Pitmcii has sloped, and hi* bail ain’t worth a copper. A Bum. Practical and Theatrical.—The tradgedy <»l King I.ear was recently pm formed at a country theatre. The gentleman who personated (Hosier, managed to say something like the author, until the scene where his eves are pm out, and then lie was obliged to ask permission to read tint rest of the pait. A Catholic College in the woods of Maine.—We learn from tile Bangor Whig, that in township No. 2, Dili range, in the Aroostoek territory, a large two story wooden building has liven circled under the direction of Bishop Fenwick, as a college for the education of youth. Several young men have been educated in Huron*; for the purpose of teaching in this college;. The Catholics own half ol’the town ship in which the college is situated, and many farm ers have recently settled there. KXPORTM. NEW YORK—Per skip Rionzl—G16 Imlcs cotton, 1 pkge mdse. BALTIMORE—Per brl* Charleston—231 bales collati. NEW ORLEANS—Per steamboat Croole—27 bales cotton. %T Advertisement* intended for tliis paper, if left nt loriner office of the Journal, nt the old stand of the Regis ter, or nt the printing room in Conti street, a few door* cast of the Plan ter*’ Bank, will receive due attention* They should lie left prior to I r. a. to insnrr in*rriii»ii. U^T A CARD.—The iiuderiigned, pswengnra hr the barque Rrf.na, beg laare to tender llicir aeknowlodge menti to Cant. R V. Tiiyoii, for lii» uniform iirh.iniiy and kindiiasi toliiem durius their lata pasaasn from New lurk. R. \V. ANDREWS, C. B LAWRENCE, J. T. YAKRINtJTON, CALEB I'KICE.Ja. DEN'J. O. PEERS, AlaUer W. II. PEEKS, WM. BURNS. Jit., (i. A. BEEBE, THUS. T. WILSON, ROU P. COLLINS, Ja. —For tlimnaelvaa and lliu rr*t of die paaseugera. doe9 'JIT Consignee* wanted for the following goodsmeeived by the brig Mary Silbiby, front Now-York, and now in stoic. I. in a diamond 5 boxen ; J Fountain, Montgomery, three 10 gallon kegs. decs HUNTINGTON A CLEVELAND. " T S. BEERS & C07, a O M MIS S l O N M E K C H A 2V T S, No. »57 Commerce and Front sra. QC|- Fire Proof Storage lor Merchandise. dft.M WANTED,—Two Negro Boys siTmut 12 or 14 year* of nge, to set up Ten Pins- Apply to W. GRAY, nt the Ten Pin Aliev*, 35St. Francis-st., rear of the Waveily House. <lec9ic* NOTICE.—The dissolution of the firm BOB K RTS ON &, CO., took plnce on the 7th inst., by mutual consent. WM. II. ROBERTSON, HENRY MYERS, doc9 JOS. E. MtfRltELL. TNIIF. UNDERSIGNED line in store uud receiv ing per recent arrivals— 120 tons Swedes Iron, well assorted 10 tons German, Cast, Crowley, Shear and blis tered Steel 15 tons Hollow-ware; 500 kegs Cut Nails 200 Ploughs, Chains, Hoes Fan Mills, Corn Sheelers, Straw Cutters, Grind stones ami a general assortment of Shell Hardware ami Cutlery which he offers for side on favorable terms. [deefij o. MAZANGE*48 Com. it, SUGAR & MOLASSES.—20 Itluls N O Sugar, 50 bids N O Molasses, landing froinschr Hornet, and for sale by FRANKLIN W. McCOY, dec9Kw 00 Commereo-st. COMMITTED to the Jail of Marengo county, a negro man cnlling his name JACK and says be belongs to Richard Lane of Lauderdale or Yazoo county, Mississippi. Said boy has n scar on the front part of his left hand caused by beiiijj run over by a wagon wheel, is five feet eight or nine inches high, full face, of u common black color, and says he will he thirty years old next April. The owner of said hoy is requested to come forward nnd prove property, pay charges and take him away within the time prescribed by low or lie will ba disposed of ac cordiug to the statute in such eases provided. Linden, Dec. 4, 1841. J. P. BLASS, Jailor. 10“ The Mobile Register, Montgomery Advertiser, Tuscaloosa Flag mid Huntsville Democrat, will each publish the above once a mouth for six months unless otherwise directed, and forward their account to ibis oflier for payment. dec9 8 once mo 6ino LUMBER.—50,0I)0 leet inch boards, lor sale m lots to suit purchasers, at $9 50 par thousand, dec9*f D. C. LOWBER & CO., 59 Com. st. RESH BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in quarter and eighth barrels, for sale by CUNNINGHAM & COLWELL, dec9 75 Dauphin-st. flRES! 1 “GOSHEN BUTTER,—Just lauding from barque Reform and for sale bv dec9 CUNNINGHAM & COLWELL. CITRON.—A fresh supply, just received and for sale bv the box or at retail. dec9 ' CUNNINGHAM & COLWELL. PORTLAND HAY "AND POTATOES.—128 bales prime Portland Hay, 115 bhls prime Port land Potatoes, landing from barque Abby Baker, and for sale by [dec9] J. H. RIVERS. FLOUR—ISO bills Superfine Western Flour in store, for sale by CIRODE & WHITE, d9 corner Commerce and Dauphin eta. ORTSMOUTH HAY AND POTATOES — 250 bales best quality Portsmouth H*»y, 250 Idd* l>est quality Portsmouth Potatoes, landing from ship Venice and for sale by dec9 J. II. RIVERS. MOLASSES.—GO barrels prime Attakapas, laud ing from schr. Ocean, for sale from the wharf, dee9by ELLIS k GREEN. Rice.—a few tierces of a very superior article for sale by » dec9u GEO. MARTIN, 15 Watcr-st. HITE LEAD—100 kegs No. 1 Philadelphia Wb. Lead, for sale by CIRODE & WHITE, d9 corner Commerce and Dauphin ats QQA BOXES BORDEAUX CLARET, 00 *J&\J lihds N O Sugar, for sale by dcc9 JAMES HAGAN, 26 Conti-at. EW MESS PORK—50 bids New Mess Pork, inspected; 50 do Old do. to arrive per schooner, for sale low by CIRODE & WHITE, d9 corner Commerce and Dauphin sts. RANDY,' GIN, RUM AND WHISKEY— 50 quarter casks Seignette, Pellervoiain, and American Brandy 2 pqies Holland, and 10 bhls American Gin 20 bhls New England Rum 50 do old Rectified Whiskey 10 do old Monongakcla Rye Whiskey, in store and for sale very low, by CIRODE & W HITE, d9 corner Commerce and Dauphin sts. AGG1NG, ROPE AN1) TWINE—" ~ 100 pieces heavy Kentucky Hngging 100 coils prime Kentucky Rope 500 lbs superior Kentucky Twine, for sale by CIRODE & WHITE, d9 corner Commerce and Dauphin sis. OFFICIAL DRAWING 07 THE ALABAMA Lottery, No. Class 150, for 1841. 17—70—40—42—21—63—73—28—67—45—3-13 ID-TO-DAY. CAPITAL PRIZE 8,000 DOLLARS! Ticketa only Two Dollnra. ALABAMA STATE LOTTERY'. —Class No. 151, kor 1841— Authorised by the Legislature of the State, for the Benefit of the Wetmnpka Lodge No. 39. To be drawn at Mobile, on THIS DAY, Dee. 9, 1841, at 7 o’clock p, m., at the Munsion House Exchange, Royabst. S. DAVIS ACO., Manager*. 90 Numbers—14 Drawn Ballots. SCHEME. 1 1 Prize of *8,000 is - 98,000 1 “ - 2,500 is - 2,600 1 “ - 2,000 is - 2,000 1 “ - 1,500 is - 1,500 1 “ - 1,200 is - 1,200 1 *’ - 1,100 is - 1,100 6 «• - 1,000 is - 6,000 6 *• . 600 is - 3,000 6 “ . 400 is - 2,400 8 ” - 200 is - 1,000 10 . 150 is - 1,600 12 “ - 100 is - 1,200 16 “ - 80 is - 1,280 20 •• 70 is 1,400 275 •* . 00 is - 16,500 76 “ . . 20 is . 1,520 76 *■ . 13 is - 1,140 76 “ . 12 it - 912 162 «< . 10 is - 1,520 152 . S is - 1,216 6384 «• . 4 is - 25,536 39900 «• . 2 is ; 79,800 47180 Prizes, amounting to $161,824 Tickets $2—Halves $1—Quarters 69 cents. Packages of 30 wholes $00, warranted to draw $28. Packages of 30 Halves *30, warranted to draw $14. Packages of 30 Quarters $15, warranted $7. For Packagesor Single Tickets, apply at the Man* agers* Office, corner orDauphih and Water-sts. RIO COFFEE.—300 bags, landing from barque Reform, for sale by dec8 G. WESTFELDT.& BRO. FOR MONTGOMERY AND WETI Ml’KA. u The well koowtt steamer TACTOK, [lie 11 ili inst., at 5 oVIook. For freight or passage, imply on board, or to K. E. ANDREWS & CO., dvr 9 corner Com. and Dauphin-sts. FOR (T( *1.1 MB * s, (Mi £ JG^~„ The well known steamer DU QUF1SNE, Irwin, master, will leave for the above port and intermediate landings, to-nmr iow evening, the 10th instant at 5 oVloek. For freight or passage, apply on board or to Fi. E. ANDREWS & CO., dec9 corner Coin, and Danphin-sts. \ SPLENDID PIANO FORTE, manufactured by (Jhiekering & M.ikav of Boston, tor sale low l.y DOUBLEDAY & SEARS, dec8 36 Datipliin-st. NEW CIGAR STORE--—Royal street.—Tke undersigned res|H»ctfully itiforma his friends and tin; public, that lie linn ijpencd a Cigar Store, on the east side of Koval street, (Mrs. Robb's Buildings,) where he offers for sale a large and extensive as sortment, whieli he can recommend as Wing of the best quality. He solicits the patronage of his friends and the community. dec 8 7v ' J. R. EVER ITT. I'71 OR SALE ON CONSIGNMENT.—34 lilids . N O Sugar, 13 bids Retim'd do. J. S. BEERS & CO., dec9n 67 Commerce and Front-sis. New ixhblf.da y a sears, se I>nuphin-sl., have just received an assortment of New and Fashionable Songs, Waltzes, Marches, and Pieces. Also,—“Cramers** and “Hunters*’ Instruction Rook. dce8 N. B.—Persons wishing Pian.i Fortes Tuned and Repaired, can have it done by calling on Mr. A. Sak me is ter, at our store. D. & S. ^ IX SKI TS COACH HARNESS, made of the ►3 best materials, for sale by ctecg _WM. IL BUNNELL k CO. |>KIM’S, CLOTHING, kc,—15 cases Madder ■ Prints, 8 cases cottonade, kersey and deny pan taloons; kersey jackets; white, fancy and striped Shi t.s; 4cases ribbed and plain Kerseys; 4 bales vvhituey and fancy end Blankets; 20 bales 3-4 ami 4-4 brown Shirting; 5 cases bleached 4-4 do; 2 cases Shirting Stripes; 1 case Ladies white Hose, for sale d<-i-8 by WM. II. BI-NN KKL & ( *>. 1 HE PI BLH .—A choice lot of Tennessee JL Hogs is ollercd for sale in this market now at the house of Elam Philips, at the head of Govern ment street. Persons wanting to purchase five hun dred weight will be supplied at 5 cents neatly dress• ed. By taking one hog will lie (> cents, delivered at house, steamboat or vessel. Orders left with Miller at his Fruit Store, opposite Kiituw House, Royul-sl. near the Livery Stable of Walters &. Buford, or with Geo. McLeod, formerly of the M ississippi Hotel, will Ixi attended to. dec8 HORTON DROVER. MANILLA AND RUSSIA 11 EMP ROPE. lfm. In store and for sale by decSKW FRANKLIN W. McCOY, Dundee and india bagging of best quality, in store and for sale by decqkw * FRIN KLIN W. McCOY. OAA PIECES KENTUCKY BAGGING, 46 inch; 200 coils Kentucky Rope, instore and for sale low to close ii consignment by dec8kvv FRANKLIN W. McCOY. FURNITURE.—A small lot of neat Parlor and Bed Room Furniture, landing from brig Chinn from Boston, for saleliv G. DAVENPORT & CO., dec8 29 St. Miehael-st. ^MJGAK.—35 bills Boston, Loaf, ('rushed and powdered Sugars, landing from hi ig China and for sale by G. DAVENPORT & CO., dec8 29 St. Michael-at, PRINTS—30 oages of Fall River Prints of a va riety of palleriiH and qualiiv, just received and for [ sale by ‘ [d8] J. B. TOULMlN,35St. Michael-st 'VM7'ANTED—A young Lad, 15 or 16 years old, H to attend in an office, one who writes a fair hand, and is willing to accept of a moderate compen j nation, may address hox 251, with references and sta j ting when and where an interview inav be had. cite 7_ ^_ PURE WINTER SPERM OIL.—15 tierces and hhls in store, for sale by deo8 WM. h. BUNNELt & CO, Wl 11 f I 1 -£ AD.—200 keg* No. Via More and for sale by dec8 ’ WM. H. BUNN ELI. & CO. OSHEN BUTTER.—17 firkins choice, landing from barque Reform, for sale by dec8 WM. H. BUNNELL & CO. WE have on hand n supply of COOKING STOVES worthy of attention, on account of economy—convenience nod cumfort. CUMMINS, HOGAN & SNOW. n27 20 Commerce strset, BONNETS.— A largo assortment,amongst which are ladies and misses American and English plain Straw and Tuscan, English Willow, Cyprus, Oriental Leghorn, Modena ami Silk Bonnets; white and colored Palin Leaf Hoods, &<\ for sale by dod7 GEO. A. ARNOLD, 48 Water-st. RENCI-FaRTIITCIAI. FLOWERS.—A few dozen very superior French Flowers, for sale by dec7 GEO. A. ARNOLD, 53 Water-st. UPERIOR PIANO FORTES.—The subscri hers have received direct from tlie manufactory of Messrs. Loud & Co., a few of their liest Rose wood and Mahogony Pianos, w hich they offer for sale at the manufacturers prices at their store No. 24 St. Francis street. dec7 6tJtv 8, II. ST. JOHN & CO. FOR SALE.—A Copying Press complete. Ap ply to [dcc7] JAMES MAGEE. FI OR SALE,—A SPLENDID BAR & THREE TEN PIN ALLEYS.—The subscriber wish ing to change, his business, offers for sale a Bai and three 'Pen Pin Alleys, together with all the necessa ry fixtures, which are of a superior quality. This establishment is as well located for business as any in the city. To a competent person it would he a pro fitable investment. For particulars, apply at No. *17 Commerce or 48 Front streets. RICHARD STUART. N. B.—I would prefer exchanging for a house in the city, or for some improved land on the Alabama river. All persons having bills against me will please present them for payment, and all indebted to me are respectfully requested to call and settle their accounts. dcc7 Guw* _ RICHARD STUART. NORTHERN BAGGING.—lOO pieces instore’ __ for sale by [dec7] I). WHEELER. NOTICE.—Persons wishing Clothing made of their own materials, will please call at the old stand of Moore & Maguire, No. 64 Water street, where the undersigned is prepared to execute any or ders which may be entrusted to him with neatness ami despatch. P. G. MAGUIRE. N. B.—Prices redneed to correspond with the times. Warranted to fit or uo charge will be made. dce7 6c ESS AND PRIME PORK.-36 barrels in fine order, for sale by dec7 1). WHEELER, 8 Water-st. ATER CRACKERS.—100 Inilf barrels, for sale by [dc7] D. WHEELER, 8 Watei-st. LONDON MUSTARD.— GO boxes 111 small bot tles, for sale by dcc7D. WHEELER, 8 Water-st. CORN AND HAY.—200 sacks white Corn, re ceived this day per sleamliout Caroline. In Store—150 f>alcs North River Hay, in small bundles and a superior article, for sale by dec7u J. A. COOPER. C1 HECKS ON NEW YORK at sight and one * days sight, for sale bv WM. MILLIGAN 4* CO., doc7 34 St. Michael-st. WANTED,—A second hand Counter frnm 20to 30 feet long, with or without drawers. Apply at 48 Dauphin street, to dec7J. II. RIVERS. Kentucky bagging.—iso pieces 44 inch large pieces, landing and in store, for sale by dec7 D. WHEELER,8 Water-st. KENTUCKY HOPE.—130 coils superior qual ity, for sale by dec7_D. WHEELER, 8 Water-st. BACON SIDES.—10 catikH lauding and for sule dec7 by D. WHEELER, 8 Watnr-st. PRUNES.—In gallon ami half gallon jar, just re ceived and for sale by CUNNINGHAM & CALDWELL, dec7 GO Dauphin-st. LMONDS AND RAISINS—Just received and for sale by dec7 CUNNINGHAM & CALDWELL. HERRING.—No. 1 fresh, just received and for sale by dec7 CUNNINGHAM & CALDWELL. LIME.—GOO casks Thoinuston Lime, this day landing from brig Homer ami for sale l>v dec7 J. H. RIVERS. OLLAND GIN, 3cc.—10 qr pipes best Hol land Gin; 4 qr pipes French Brandy, this day lauding and for sale low from the wharf by dee7 J. H. RIVERS. | DUNDEE BAGGING.—100 pieces 42 inch for sale very low, would answer well for presses or mending, for sule by dec7 JOHN O’REILEY. _PUBLIC .SALKS._ MV MAIMMAUi «v MOWK. TO-MORROW morning, at 9 o'clock at Sales Room—30 casks Cincinnati Sides and Shoulders 30 casks Mams 75 bbls Rectified Whiskey 30 do Moiiongnhcln Whiskey 15 1-2 bbls do do superior article 75 bids superfine Flour, 50 do fine do 20 bxsWm. James' and R. Valentine's brand Tobacco; 10 do I*. Dunbar's do 37 bbls mess Folk, 20 bbls Beef 50 kegs Lard, 10 hhds old Sugar, 20 do new do 30 bbls Loaf Sugar, 10 drums Dun Fish 20 bags Havana Codec, 10 do Black Peppur 20 bbls Domestic Kum, Jamaica do 5 pipes Holland Gin 10 pipes, 10 halfpipes and 20 qr casks Cognac Bland), 20 qr casks domestic do 50 boxes Sperm Candles, GO do No. 1 Soap 10 boxes Imperial Tea, 10 do Gunpowder do —AN D— 20 cases superior Russet Brogans 10 “ common do do 10 kip and call' Brogans aud Shoes 7 “ Seal do 5 ** Ladies do and Slippers 10 “ Kip Boots 6 “ Far Hats—together with a variety of Seasonable and Staple Dry Goods, comprising a stock well adapted to the dealer or consumer. Terms cash. Also,—A finely formed Horse, four years old and trained to the Saddle. And, one large and strongly built Horse, 6 yean old, suitable fora heavy draft Horse. One Dray and Harness. T«rma cash. dcc9 MV MAHICI* A ItONff. On FRIDAY, lOtli ilist, at 10 o'clock a. in. i\i' 11 be sold at the foot ol Church street, a new schoonc r HOAT of about eight tons burthen. Also,—200,04. O Juniper Shingles. »lec9 W ILL be solT on Saturday the 18th inal., at 1 l o’clock, in front of the Court House, pursuit' it to an order from the Hon. the Chancellor, to me d i rected, a lot of Furniture:, consisting of— 32 Man asses; 31 Holsters and Pillars 11 Toilet Tables; 1 Sideboard 1 trunk Sundries; 3 pieces Carpeting 2 Pictures Frames; lot of Bedsteads •II (3iairs; 1 Sofa; 1 Clothes Press 15 Wash Stands; 3 Looking Glasses 1 lot ('rockery. WM. MAGEE, Receive r„ B.*B. GALE, Auct’r. decH * if NOTICE.—Will be leased at auction on Sat ur day, the Uth insl., until 1st November next, tbo House on Mouroa street, now occupied by the IN /is» Allison's, I wing a large and commodious l>« ell i ug, suitable fora boarding bouse and large family. Also,—A comfortable Dwelling House, situ: ,ted on the south east corner of State and Lawrence-w t. H. GAYLE, Cushiei •. E. H. GALE,Auct’r. dee8 7tf m LAS.—20 half chest* first «|ua lity Young fly son, .1. 10 half chest* Pouchoiig, 5 dodo Souchong 20 cases canister Gunpowder and Imperial 20 catty boxes do—these teas have been wel I se lected as to quality and flavor and worthy the a' Men tion of Family Grocers, for sale by dec7 ' JOHN O’REILE Y. OLD IRISH WHISKEY.—20 2 gallon d ^ Johns of old Malt, 12 years, this is a xui prior article,for tale by [dcc7] J. O’REILF ,Y. Blasting powder—fin wieby dec7 JOHN O’REILE Y. WINTER STRAINED SPERM Oil_fo r7^ dec7_by JOHN O’REILF ,Y. R.\ IS1NS.—100 boxes MR. for sale by decS WM. II. BUNNELL & < X). BA < 3GI NG, ROPE A. TWINE.-FiTto r7 o7 ders tilled at the lowest rate* and on acc* •uuno dating terms, bv r«lec7] JOHN O’REIL SY. RAISINS.—200 boxes Bunch, for sale by dec7 JOHN O’REIL? £Y. HOLLAND GIN.—2 pipes well flnvore J, for sale by [dec7J JOHN O’REILI SY. WHISKEY.—200 barrels hourly expert* id per schrs. Swan and Elvira, and for sale by dcc.7 _ JEREMIAH R EA. PORT WINE.—5 qr casks rich old Port, 25c7 ses do, for sale by [dec7] J. O’REIL EY'. MADEIRA.—5qr casks Blaiuly's Londo 1 par ticular, for sale by dec7_ JOHN O’REIL EY. BACON Si SALT.—30 casks Sides and SliouT ders Cincinnati smoked Bacon, 200 sack 8 Halt, for sale at low nrir.es by dec7 P. McCASKILL, 18 Coinmei ce-st., ] AN DING from brig China—150 boxes <_ odtish, -J 30 cases galls and half galls Under wood’s Pickles, 25 cases do Leinnn Syrup, for sale b y ‘Icc7 P. McCASKILL, 18 Commei ce-*t. LOAF SUGAR.—20 boxes YVoolsey’s I. oaf, for sale by [dec7] JOHN Q*REI1 EY. LANDING from brig China and for sale o* « wharl «>r in store—150 boxes Codfish, 20 case h galls and half g»||s Underwoods Pickles, 25 cases Under wood’s Lctn.»n Syrup, lor sale by j dec7 P. McCASKILL, 18 Commcr* joax* T|/f ACKEREL.—No. 1 in bids, half bl>l ,7md qr **** bbls, just retoived and for sale by dec7 CUNNINGHAM & CALDW ELL. f WANTED,—A situation, as Clerk in a store, by a young man competent to take cl large ol or assist in any rcspccmble business. Sat! sfactory reference will be given as to character, Imsin ess hub its, Sic. He would have >o objection to reu tain dur ing the summer if desired t% (|0 so. The a mount o salary is oflcsa importance than a good and lierma nent situation. Enquire at deeb 5m_GREGORY’S Excl i«„ge. \\ 1,1 ICL.—Lust or taken Iron the scho. jner Fa 11 lapsco, a small IIAT BOX, with a card at tached marked If. Ross, the same being put on boart the schooner through mistake with p<«sen; jers bfcg gage. Any information concerning the alio re will l> thankfully received by Capt. Urquhnrt, or at F Shaw & Co*s office, 71 Commerce street. dec6 Cd" Advertiser and Chronicle will please copy. WANTED TO HIRE.—A good cook undo i and ironer fora small family, for wl adi goot wages will be paid. Inquire at this office. dec 6m FOR SALE.—Two very likely mulatto boys, oiii 15, and the other 21 years of age; they an both good house servants, the elder one a first rat carriage driver—also, would make suitahl e boys i any business houses. They will be guara* need hot as to health, title, and in every respect. Apply t the subscriber at the corner of Royal and C where they can l>e seen during any time thi a week, dec G 5m THOS. BU FORD. NAILS.—350 kegs cut Nails, 4d to 2( Id of supe rior quality, for sale by I decC OGDEN BROTHERS, 12 1 Yater-st. Bagging, rofe $• twine.— 500 pie™ Kentucky Bagging, 400 coils Kcntu cky Rope 2 boxes Kentucky Twine, landing ami foi • sale by dec6_OGDEN BROTHERS, 12 Waier-st. TTOBACCO.—50 kegs Yirginia|Lmn| u Rojie 50 coils Kentucky, for sale by dec6_A/McKIxlSTTlY, 3\ Patcr-st. TITHE SUBSCRIBER will make ndvan ces on Col M. ton consigned to his friends in Liven )ool,IIuvr and New York ARCH’D GRAl J1E, i dec6 corner Conti and Coiniu mcce sts. BACON.—20 casks Cincinnati Hams .Sides'an Shoulders, for sale by JOHN C. RY. kN, deep_corner Conti and V /arter-sts. LIQUORS.—30 barrels old Monongal icla Whxi key, 50 bids Ain. Gin 60 bids Ain. Brandy, 15 pipes Gin 16 half pipes Cognac Brandy 1 butt Scotch. Whiskey, 5 Ithd St. ( 2roix Run 30 nr casks Sweet MalagjfcjWine i 5 do old choice Port; 80 dodo Sici lv Madeir 60 do Marseilles do; 30 casks Bor. Claret f 10 half casks Sauteripe, in store, fn r sale by dec8_WM. H. BUNNEL L ^ CO PRESSES, INK, &c.—Th e undtftag A ed, Agents for Messrs Win. Hagnr & Co*s o established Type and Stereotype Fonn< Iry, anypr pared to receive orders for all desoripti- >ns of Typ plain and ornamental; Presses, Ink, ai id all nth materials used in printing. Specimen Books, comprising a Inrg j variety new Type and Ornaments, can be seen at the sioi corner of Water and Conti streets. dec8 WM. H. BUNNEI fc CO. Hay, potatoes and mack erel—? bales prime Hay 181 bbls prime Maine Potatoes 78 “ “ No. 1 Mackerel j 60 44 “ *« 2 44 60 half do ** »• 2 ** 12 half bbls Ilallibut Fins 100 boxes Codtisli, on consignment sad for sale Jw7_J. II. RIVERS CI.ARET.—40 casks Luiuur, 75 In xes Puuill !>0 boxes Lttdon, 80 (foxes Medoc, 20 lioxes ! Eslephe, 25 boxes Chateau Matgeat x, 25 bo: Clmleau Lafitte, for sale by dec6 OGDEN BROTHERS, .2 Water-e Dancing academy—j. i. clissi has tlie honor nf announcing to be ladies i gentlemen of Mobile, that there will be . class in morning for young ladies that attend s< liool in the tcruoon, commencing on Tuesday next j Dnys of tuition, TiiaMay ami The .xdav from o’clock a. m. to 12 o’clock m. Jeo4'4j YirginIa coal—1000 bhu "ni^kiS Coal, landing from schr. J, A. I saacaster <Y Richmond, for sale lay tied E. C. CEN' PER If CO