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IV f 3 ), In AfrVAWCft. V()l. I. Louisville, Miss. .Saturday, December 2d, 1842. No. 27. t 1 I f t'ubithfd firry Saturday Mornintf nv juiin 11. iiAiinv, Minron ami mnmixma. Term, TWO DOLLAhS n year Advertisements will be itmerlwd ti the usual rates. NEW ORLEANS CORRECTED WEEKLY, FKOM THE "PICAYUNE." Exchange 011 Englai d, nt sight,- pr Do do 60 da), 3 a 3i pnic Do Pari, GO da) 11 51.5.) a ix.57 Do New York, at sight-salt uiv Do New York, 60 da) f, '2 a I div Do Loiton, at niglit I"! l s. Do Boston, 60 dap 2t.i3j dis. Do Philadelphia,atightlali dis. ' Do Phtbpt-lphia,t;odayt2ia3idiii Do Baltimore) ut sight lali dis. Do Baltimore, 60 days 2;i34 d;s. U. Slates Treasury Notes, i din. Sovereigns 1 84u4 87 Spanish Doubloons $ 1 5 i(i 00 Putriott do - - $l550a$l.r Gl Ameiiean Gold -. - - lal prem. 20 franc pieces - - - - S3 bQ$ 90 Mexican Dollars - - - par. Half Dollar - p.ir. Dimes - - par. . KCW ORLEANS CIT? BANKS. Bank of Louisiana, - - pays specie. Gass Dank pays mm cie. Mechanics & Traders, pay specie. Union Bank ...... pay specie. City Bank ....... pajs spetie. Commercial Bank - pa)S spetie. Louisiana State Bank - pays sp: c e. Carrollion Bu k -Can d Bank Consolidated Bank Citizens Dank - Improvement Bank Exc ange. Bank -Bank of Oilcans - pays sin cie. .a s .e i ' on a 15t20di. 45ar)0 dis. 45a50 di. 40a42 ilis. 65a70dis. AUhafalaya Bank - , Com. D nk, Natctuz,c.'ks) -on iUtrmanis- u k 1 inn. ut rt lumvain 1 e.ion A:. NOTES OF THE MUNICIPALITIES. . Mu -icinality No One - 9a(0t d s. Muniiioali'V No. Two 12.lt dis. Municipality N . Three 454tdis. , UNCURKENT MONEY, disc'nt. 4 United States Bank Notes 55a60 'Planter.' U'k P. N. Natchez, k.aGO al.. V Uoi.lr Ri It uni h c i Ainh:til u.al Post Notes ! . ) n.. c - 65a70 Mississippi Union Bank - 80?5 ' Com. & K. R. B'k, ickslmrg, 87..90 Georgia Banks - - - - unc.irtain. Virginia & South Carolina1 3.i7 WESTERN BANKS, disc'llt. Cincinnati Banks - U3 Ohio Country Banks : 5al0 Kentucky tanks ....... par a 2 ln.jianaBa .ki 2a5 State Bank of Illinois ; - 63a70 Bank of Illinois, Shawnectown,55a60 Teine?8cc Banks - ta'i Aikan-as Banks - . -50a60 GOItXIiCXill. KEVIEW or THE N. O. MARKET. We give below, from the Picayune of the 28th ultimo, the ranging price of the mo.-t important articles of con sumption in the country, at New Or. leans, up to the above date ; COT I ON. Louisiana and Mississippi Inferi or, 4 a 4J ; Ordinary, 5 a 54 ; Mid ding, H a 6; MidJhng Fair, (jt a til; Fair, 7i a 71 ; Good Far, 81 a 81 j Good and Fine, 9$ a; SUGAR Extreme prices, 4 a 5Jc. MOLASSES Extreme pr ces, 15 nd Hcents per gallon. . FLOUR $3 7a a 83 871 per bbl. BACON Hams, 7 J a 8c caiivass'd fl a 8JC Sides, 4 a 41c ; Shoulders, 4 a 5c per pound. I L KD5 a 6c pr pound.J BAGGING Extreme prices, 13 a 16 c per yard, BALE Ri)PE Extreme prices, 5 a 6 i cents per pound. VHISKEY Rectified, 24 a 25 c per gallon. . ;. LEAD $3 a S3 32 per 1 00 lbs. COFFEE Extreme prices, 7J a a cent per lb. according o quihty. SALT Liverpool fine, $t and S 62 ocr sack: do course, HI 3 land 1 37; Turk's Island, 25 a Scents Till; LADY'S WOULD OF AfJIIION AND LllTltATtJIlK, 'JM VtlbMimVJI.W mm n r.u at MAGAZINE IX TDK IMOI. 1'wcutyc7pie7f7$'lQ Tin tlfi'aiit ami popular I.adj Mitguxine will commence it new ol 41110 iii a t)le ofri.ru miignifi. Chi t tib 1 ho January icsiii, a tiurnbe, containing FOUR SPl ENDh ENGRAVINGS of tbomost costh and expensive character. The pub- 1-........ .i ,1., -.'. 1. 1 a v 1 hup 1 A;riitiiiv' uu'iii uiu Ia8t y ar, the mot-t unqualiiicd rue ess, and enteis Upon (tie New ear w th a (Jetennint.t on to oursTiiti am. tOTEMP .hahii s. The cnilu llisliim nti ol the new volume are ol the m t fpliii lid and costly character, ton taining evi ry variety of 113 le, and ex ecuied by the tirst aitits the country c in pro iuce. 1 lie work has b eo the todies favorite, and this reputa tion it will coti;mue to maintain. lleiae, ti e character of its literature will 1 oivinuu to b; sue 1 as to tom- li). nd it e-pcciallv to ti e sex. It will contain a nicks irom t. e most 1 ovu lar and pha-ing wi iters of tne o;i), 011 eviry vaiiety of subietf, but the' work will be i t the nutin devo.ed 10 .he cuhiva in of the home virtues. lLnce. n.osi of the ftoiies will b- a p a ti. al, doin stic character, f r m the pens of our best fe iale wri er-. The literal matter will not ne th - r;;- ' fi x ofanv une female min t, but will , . , , , ' . r ,,m tl;tti, pioductions of a Satax! of female writers. The cf- !'t still be U unda the woik ' ,, . .,. , an iuutspt usuuk: retu mic iu iiie vuu doir of every l.idy of taste in the land ; and, Lien-lore, not its ht raiy ma tor alo..e fl.all ne con. plied tor iheir taste but it will coit. in MOiN'lHl.Y FASHIOAS, ELElSAN I LY COL OREO, wnieli 101 exrellei ce ut dia v iiii, c ne tnees in eveiy particular, ai.J extn-Hie bea.ity of the co.oring aud engraving shall far tii tl' any thing from other quarieis. 1 he lact that durngthc last year the Larty's World" ha been the "guide book" ia mailers of taste onci s un.e in eve- V c y of the Union, ha- given it a which cannot be bhak n. The un-j polities Opposed to quackery, & de waveiing fidelity of its designs to the! voted 10 the' usiful Art?, Education, Parisian and London tUh'S, in ad Vance, too, at least six weeks of all others, has plat ed i in the Very first rank,.aa work of authority in mat' ttrs of dress.' It is a well known lact, that the stjles of tlie "L dy'? World' j aura ar in tlie other oer. o ncal . nre- lending to give tne iabuiuiis, oi;cit li ur iiM iuhs later, when the style have beto ne Cjiiuiioh or ab olrie. Lace and needle woik, of the most elegant and the newest desigi s, shall be given in the w.rk, with Hie latest stylet of caps, curtains, head-dresses, fcc, rend rin the 'Lady's World' a sample of usefulness as Well as ol la-te, on the centre table of eveiy la dy. Of the various s yles of engraving which will grace tne pages of this work, we must mention as amo. g (he most el gout, S.4RTALYS UNRIVALLED ' MEZZOTINT!), which will grace the coming volume and excel, in the beauty of design Si d lica y ofhiush, any thing that has hereiof ire apiared "from his buriu. Mr. Sartain is knevn from One end of the Union to the other, as the master in this country of this celebrated etyle. We have already uriuVr way nve or six matrnitieei t plates of drs celebra ted artift for the new volume, nnd shall follow them up with Mezzotints from every artisi t rep ris la tne country. 1 he most finished and beau tiful line and stipple engravings will also trace th pages of ih work, from the hands of the very best artists ih C iiiatry tan produce. In nne, ev ery ari-tyand novelity of embellish m nls that may be found elsewhere, may be confidently looked for in the -Lidj's World." But tliemaia de ..ign of.il.e work is, to furnish, in eh uaut and attractive styl, the eailics", ra st cornet, and fullest iepoit In ad Viinr.e cf all the otiier Magazines, and ljrir to the issuing f them here, of, lltf Mctiliily Kft-liiom dhetl Ifom Till m iiilii'fliil will bo miller th ronim! of Fieri h Mid English urthtt ii tin I ilM.'ut 1 el bri.y, nt iliuti stt) ro'tilmr whh h " mm ill til 'l.inh 'i World" himV f ly r lu d on n ot l.nvli g been friimjud up al m i ond Imlid 111 thil t U tiy, ail X tin y ha v" Ix'i'ii icrciVid. I. ii pioponeii iit only lu Bur, an- In Ihat ti cll ni c, nit t iMir evt ry month, i nil i.br fy aik-ly of (oinnn I, which ill ill pu. o iilnsh all 0 her atti rnptt at rep.-n-g for ihf fa hioiiah o world. TIMK OF PUBLICATION. , "l Tr, 7 on , , M Irom the 15th to the 20lh of thy The LadyV Worlu" will ne issu noil th preceding the inontu h r which it mil be piil'hnued or dated. it about he lime the s e.un-hip-, which sail Co 11 E irpe on tt.e fust of iln muii h, : 'i-i .1 .. 1. ...:n i... usna'j uni.e. 1 iius iiio wuih iic n Xh s l.ai (I of every subieriber w ith .he imt correct fash ons, before they 1 an be got out In r , and anticipating all other Magazines at least six eck. THE TEltMS. 1 Copy, - $2 00. per annum. 3 Copie.-, ... 5 0 " 8 - - 10 OJ SW - 20-0 " ' OCrn ' advance.) The advantage to clubs and post masters of the above terms, over any other periodical inthe Union, are ap parent. A ppi cinit n c p) , m ill be for warded to any Po.-tmaster. who will notily us. AuDKiSs. C. J. PETERSON A'o. 9$ Chesnutst , Philadelphia am:v km uiti'iust;. By the former Editor of the Saturoay Evening Post" and 'Saturday Cojkier.' Comprifiag the fruits ol 20 years experu iicc in the Nrwspap.r bu-i-nt sj; ih. aid of the most distinguish ed newspaper writers' ol the dy; a valuable i oreign Correspo ide ce; with .roups of L.U rary friends, a d the determination. to publish a news- jiaper tor all classes, wmcii SIIALLNOT BE SURPASSED! PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY MUSBUAI OF KINOWLEUUK, NKWS, Ai 4MUaKM t.NT A Family Newspaper, neutral in Morals, Health and Amusement. 'I he Tales. Sketci es, Narratives, Biographies, Essays, At Po m, shall be of t lie first order the bt st pn d ju liois of ihu best writers of tne day. A'so, a Hi lesou History, Ati(nomy. Cliemitr, and tt e useful Arts and Sciences, with a iibtral portion of light reading, anecdotes, wit an 1 hu mour, makiu a varied, rich, & mirth inspiring Olio. Life on the Ocean. Furnishing narratives ef -tei ling adventures at sea showing the courage aud heroism of the bold Mariner, as He piing from hi hammock,' and tin to tne clerk , Whcie amaiement confronit him with im " lire, Wild wind and mud wv drive the vHel a wreck, Tli inasti fly iu tpliiitiT the throud are Oil fit. '"' Foreign and Domestic Newi, Congresnional Prncaeilmrs, and a crnral view ol' all niaittr of intercut or importance, will appenrr , fictorul Einbellishmeiit, cocupnting mnpn, laniCHpe,acliii.tiur.' piirtriiiiiol'riitiiiuid uerKonag, of both exe. In the, a well a in niiiii of typography, Ih vtueum shall not te urpKtl. foreign Cnrrecpondence. Airangementi have beeu completed fur cecuring a regular Fmeiii Currei)onuiice, more extentWa mid ci.mplei hail hai ever enriched th column e. an Amen lean iNew-flaper, i'ommkhcial Tb dale of businetr, of stock price oi grnin, fl.ur, and all, diKriition ol country pioducc. mercru'nilice, &c, will be gi cn Irom actual tale, in fhilailphia, Balniui.re N. Yoik, Boston, In:. sensor and orioimal gevis from Mim Leslie, " J Mr, Arthur, Mr. ig.Mirney, ' , Mr Irvinf, Mm Svdgvrick. i .V. Cooper, Mr. Unle, Mr. Morris, Mr. Stephens, Mr. Chandler ,J Mr. Lou.l, : Dr. Bird, Miss II. GouU:, - Lc. ke. tec- kc. ONE THOUSAND DOLLVRS.j At an esrly period, will be announced lh of frmf f 1000. whit h the Proprietors intend awr diogin premium for the he literary PmtIuc lion, Instruct) Stories, Touching and affeciiv Description, Ksy, Poem, fcc, in" order to enlint the strongest amy of thbet Nntiv Tal ent in favour of thi great Literary F.nterpris. It bring iu fact,th tUteiruinatioa f th ffepmtot, " iimihm and.., yi a p , (lr "f Mhf "(,f Mi ill "it niif i.l 1 Ankk' Amtnti tn I'makT l l MNf nolfitl Imw, wmImhiI h.(n, Ihut riiilrilii li HtliiMnf Miit'tint Hi mi.t H.lr. hi. iIim mnl Hrii, imH 11 1 r !.,,,( f tint I j Slitt Ihil hm I, n iiibiMil In lh 0. lli. TO AflKMit-TKIlVlft, An ln'iilul fn Kill 1. il lh iroiihl . (ifuonr th iiamM lif hi lrilil, r.nH Ihr Inii'U, will I. oiiilllfil In lh iiniiiinlMlmt wtili I if hi prNiu. una Will ewiilim 111 tit, iinii (..miff iinlit. rnor lilirl b) In', lhn hf ret hnii fiffrrfl by nnj Niir o( rl tlr H..tr or inrr.i, A rmninlMinn of 70 ccitti will, fur lh (if innl, b mIIuwiI lu Agttlt U(Wii ci iiibii-rllicr, ti:ums, I J in tolvMnc, (if ii th id nf lh rrni for $20, hi ciirini iiiiiflu, 18 niil of Hip Ntwiiiancr. mimI 10 of III l.ibnuy , will b fir WHftlflil, iccurvl ickil, lu any iiarl uf (lie coiit lor f a. All iinlen in t roinmiiiucitioiil t beaildr' il, Ire of poii i ii , in THUS. C CLARKE & CO., ti'tiifdnj Muteum. No. 101 Chfsnut Si , I'biUdelphia. OP THE MISSISSIPPI YEOMAN; To be publishel tn the Town of Ma con, jXoxubee County, Missis sippi. BY reference to the tab'e of Do mestic Exports, it will be seen our coutny i Desiined by nature to stand pre-eminent. It ch in o 1 a popu lation highly intell ten , and c -mpi.r- itvely uoeiibarras-i d, s e pi events greater inducements to the imrmgrani than any other eorliou ol our S .ate, and yet with all h r wealth, enter- p ise ai d lot lligenee, much ol hei patronage has fostered UV..I co nniu nities. To present h r cbdms piop erly to the country, to d :telope her r s ur.es aud 11'.. rJ hi r citiz ns an opp r. unity of being h ar t as to men and mc.is iref, the un'er io-iu-d iirci- poses to publish a We kly N:wpa per untter tne above tide, i.evoted mainly to Agrit ul ure, Liteiature and the passh g events f the day. As an Am ii an, e cannot beins. n-.ii le to, nor shall we l e al o-e her ulent up on 'the great queetions ; whith are a gain to aglt ae our c. mmwt -eH)utr) ; and whiL-t fro.-n a clear conviction of light, we shall advotate '!.e uctrine of Ufmocracv, yet we ihall ntr in tentionally offend the feelings m any one politically oppo-ed. TBllLTS. The YrE0MN will be furnished to sibscribers tt$lpr annum, in ad vance: $ (5U in 6 month?; or Si at Ithe end of the year. No ub-trip- tion received for less th;.n 6 m nths. The first number will appear on or a about the 1st i f January, 18 t:t. ANDREW M AKSCHALK. Macon, Dec, ll!tli,lH42. q if tj i$ ENGLISH NOTES ! INTENDED FOR A VERY GREAT CIRCULATION. Br Quarles Quickens, Esq. A woik with the above significant title, will be puldWhed in a day or two. It is lr m the pen of a di-tin- tltiblHd gentleman who understands the subjet t, and writes wi h a tw lve- . a 1 - Ml nunarea norse-power. it. win aniu Dilate a 1 future attempts of English travellers to write hot ks againt t .is coun rv and its insii uti ns. Thehv pocrisy of the English governments on eertain qoes.ions, is handled with a great deal of seventy and justi e : and the borlesqeupon cer ain 'Noies fir General Circulation" is happy etfec ivo. .. '1 he work will be pu' lisbed in tie same f nm with the hrst ediuon ol he Ameiici.n Notes, and will fill a very large sheet. ET i he price will be only SIX CENTS PER COPY, or eight cents with a i rinted cover the ob ject of tne i Uthor and ublisher bt ing to give these "ingiisn XMotes" a cir t ulatioil equal o .hose which called ll em forth; thucairyit g the antidote to the full extent of the bane. 0SrNew?papera giving a notice ol this work, aud sending a marked na per to the Daily Mail, will be entitled to a copy, and to a reripr cal notice whenever an ojpatuaity oireri 0"rl'oitlilaMr ifppi.f with '1 topiti h remt 'iitfuiM' (I Mar, J. N. 1 1 HA I) LEY At CO., Ifl Slut M roef, lloiton. TZiaOCLLAHZOVS, 1ftrtt Sprte, 'Never was drunk Hutoncvj in u.y Iii,. ( tt d,,,,, 0((rc ti my h aring ,nver mt ati to bi a sjain. Thu direct fi-mfd In be tvtf lerp, ami I f.t d my legs at every tepn ifl wai getting up itair. ivcral cart whe d we.e m..king eiivolnuoii'ii) my b.aln; and at one me I fa: Ccd my head wai a irgj t.'.irting and turn ng csiaMisfiment, tne laihesi f wh c i I was keening in meiio i wiili n.y own feet. could Httc nc ive what was the reason hat the (own ha.lturmd into sui ban . normous hill; and what made it woise was that it seemetf all the lime grow. tug higher, and threatened to pitch over me. Stop, slop, thougl t L and I'll head this old h. II yet or, at least. it : an'i head me. So I turned lotmd o go down to get at the bottom : but nang me if the town didn't turn round . w ith me, heading me all the time, & presentiig the high Muffin fiont of me. Well, sure enough, the gtound roon flew up nnd strut k me in the ' f rehiad; and as soon as the stars clearee away, I commenced i limbinjr wun my nanus and km ei. 1 ho next thing 1 saw was a bit; briclc house coming ull rplit around the cormr! nd 1 believe it ran ritrlit over me. for I don't remember any more?" IC. . THE QUIZ QUIZZED. A swell clerk, fr.m the city of- New York who was spending an eve . ing in a country tavern, . cast about him for some amusem nti Feeling set ure in the pr.ssission of the most.5 im ney, he made the following offer "Iwill drop money inlo a hat with any man in the r.om. The one who holds f ill longest shall lake the whole aiid treat the company." -- ' do it," said aa old farmer. The coeke. y dropped in a ouarier. i he c mtitn man fo lru p,J witri . uungtown ' copper. k "(ii" on," said the cockeny. 5 "I won't" said the farmer, "take the whole and 1 1 eat the company." Uel Love.- Sir Robert Barclay who commanded t e British squad ronin the battle of Lake Erie, was horribly mutilated by the wounds be had rcteived in that action, havhe I ,!. i . o-i nia rigni arm ana one ot his legs. 'leviou-ly to his leaving England, he was engge I to ayou ig lady to whom he was teudeily attained. Feeling ten e y on Ins retur.i tl at he was a mere wreck, he se-.t a f i nd to the ady, informing her of his mutilated condition, and generously offerine to release her from her. engagement. -Tell him," replied the roble girl, 'that I will j'.yfuUy marry him if ho has only enough of bdy left (o hold his soul." mOh! Mr 'art win Break!" MSuch a misfortune! he took a car ving knife, and cui h s throat, yester day !" That is tertainly very shocking; but he was suth a bad husband, that you must I. ok on it as areleas? after all.' K)h! but your worship," cried the woman, t.uisting into a roar of genuine regret, they, to to 1 ok him to the hospital, and sewt d t up again, and h.'s now doing as well as everioh! ohl my 'art will break!" The first Tariff man. "Now, boys, you've g .t though the lessons on Biography for the present j now fi.r the Defiuiions. Obeisance: What is a tariff?" -1 V a contraction of the word "ccrr off, hir. It means to tear off a part ol any thing." .. Wh was the first tariff man?" David, sir; btcause he tore off a part of Saul's garment when he was asleep and didn't know it." i If there is a delicate, deformed, or wak-nnded chill in a amt!y, it u Lentrally the favorite with its parents , This is a beautiful illustration of na ture taking the part of the most help letsLfcccn, .:, ' i'