Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 1, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 1, 1842 Page 1
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X THI Vol. Vtl.-Mo. 318 ?-Wteol* Mo. 1888. NEW LINK OK LIVK.IimOL PACKETS. I ? Kul/rvm Xcw J or* on tUr UM. and Lnrrpool onthe IX* I i f em A month, jSlfi. j?Sk P.OM New Yoik. Ship ROSCITTS, fa, uu I ohn Collin*. ?Sth N ? Ship SIDDONs, Cipi.uti E. B. Cobb, -rtin Dec mup SHEKI DAN, I tpt >\ii K. A. Drp?> eter, -25It. J*a ShipOARRIC K, Caiilam Wm Skied>,*lh Feb. h ROM LlvBBr?*L. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain V. A. Depeyater, tlth Nor. Ship OAR HI C K. Cap tai it W,n. Skiddy. 13th Dec Ship KOSCIKS, Caplun John Collina, I3lh Jan Ship OTDDONS, C?i UinE. B.Cobb. isthhrb. Theae ahipe an ill of the lirat cla?a,upward* of 1000 ton*.built i the city of New York.willt such improvements u combine reatepeeel with uaueiial comfort for paaaengrra. Every cere been take u in the arrangement of their accommodation*. The rice afpaaalge hence ia KliU. f..r which ample (tore*, including rine, kc. willbe provided Tlieee a hip* are commanded by eiarienced masters, who will make e very e-aertioa to Kive general iliii'^ tioii. Neither the captain* or owner* ofthree (hip* will be reepoawi le fir any letter*, parcel* or packagcaseat by them, utile a* re ular bill* of lailiug are aivioed Dierefor. The ahipe of thialine will hereafter go armed, and their peeuiar conatrurtion gives them security not possessed by any other ?t vraaela of war. For freight or passage-apply to E. K. COLLINS 5t CO M South *t., New York,or ?.o WM n MS BROWN V CO.. Civtnml Letter* by the pocket* will lie charged 13| rente per' uncle dteet SO cent* per ounce, and ne wepaper* I fen' e ,?h jjly KOR NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA AND NKW VOHK LINE OK PACKETS FoMh^etter accommodation onmlTtwrt, it '? intended to dispatch aahip from flii* |iort on the let. 5th. 10th. 13th. 30th 4d3Sthofeach mouth, routine-.cine llie loth October, and aonunaing until May, when regular daye will be appointed t'oi tfce grmainder nf tlie year, whereby great delaya and dump aaeitnieute will be prevented duria^thr rummer mouth*. The fallowing ehipe will commence tint .riimrem. at:? Ship TAZOOXapLConitll, luth Cel. 1841. St p OCONEE. Capt Jackaon, 15th Oct. Stct.MISSISSIPI'I.Capt.Hillmrd.lOlhOrt. 8ft-, LOUISVILLE, Capt. Huiit.iSib Oct. ShipSHAKSPEARK, Capt. Miner. latNovembw Ship OASTdN, Cap* Latham, 3th Nor. Ship HUNTSVILLE, Capt. Slumlord. 10th Nn?. Ship OCMULtiEK, < apt Leaeitt, 13th Nov. Ship NASHVILLE, Capt. Uickineon.SOth Nor. Ship MEMPHIS. Capt. Knight, 35th Nov. Ship LOUISA, Capt. Mil ford, let December. Three ahipa were all huilt in the city of New York, erpreeely for packet!, are of a light draft of water, hare recently bevu newly coppered aim pot in eplrndidorder, with accommodations far paaeengera uiiciaalled for en ufort. They are commanded by experienced rn iatcrr. who will make every exertion to give ieneral aatielactiou. Thev will at all time* be towed up and own the Miaauainpi bv ate >ml>onta. Neither the owner* or captains "ftheae ehips wfll be responsible forjewelry,bullionj>recinu? . loses, silver.orpl itvd Wire,or for any letter*, parcel or pjchayc, ?ent by ar put on board of them, mless regular hills of lading are takes fortheearar, and the value 'hereon expressed. Fee IVeifhtorpassage.apply to E. K. COLLINS St CO. MSouths ..or JAMES E. WOODRUFF, Agen. in New Orleaa*; who will promptly forward all goods to his address. The ahipsof this liue are warranted to sail ptiocturMy as ad eertieed, and great care will be takes to hare the goodi correct fo m-as-ired. j8ty NJCW kOKK AND NKWAKii P ure reclured to a!) cents. From the font of Courtlaudt street. New York. (Every d..y?Sandayaexcepted.) Leave New York. Leave Newark. At (AM. At a P.M. Ate A.M. AM* P.M. It do a do (do It do O do IP, do 4 do 7 d* IS so ON SUNDAYS, frura the foot of Liberty atraet. Lease New Yeik. Leave Newark At ? A. M.aud 4* P. M. At 1 P. M. and it P. M. HAW YORK, ELIZA BETHTOWN, RAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty etreet.daily Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick. At I A. M. At TI A. M. 41P.M. 1 P. M SOMENVILLE stagese.onueet with theaa lioe*each way. |era between New York and BqpacrviHe, 10 cents. Do da Ntw Brunswick, TS tents, ahway, lo cents. EhrabrUitoWIt, IS cents. The fare in the 1\ A. M. train from New Brunswick, and 41 f M. train from New York, has been reduced between New York and New Brunswick to SO cents. " and Ualiway te (71 " The Philadelphia maillme paeece through New Brunswiekfor flew York erary evening at I o'eleck. On Sundays the 71A.M. tripfrom New Brunswick it emitirceur# their tickets at the ticket otter,re- I Saare a ferry ticketgratis. Ticketsare received by theconducto, ewlv oa the day when niuchaatd. nil - . FOR HAVANA.-The"eLlfm hark CLA /TOiilBi Rl? >N is hourly expe ted. and will meet poaaible deepalcb. having part ol her cargo already engaged. Thoae draJBMffikwiioiui el securing freight or passage, by ihn piem id and beautifully ai ranged veeael, should make early H application to I ULUU.H It McMLKKAi. f* 100 Tine ?t. M FOR SHREWSBURY? FALL AllRANOKMKNT?The iteainboat OSIRIS, 3C??E-?ELr.H|i(. J c. Allaire, will commence running on Saturday. Sept. 18th, a* follow*:?leave Fulton Market elip, Eaat Ki?rr, every Saturday at 10 o'clock A.M., Tueiday, Wed.'.-rday, ?nd h riday. at s o'clock A M. Keiurniuz, leave* IL d Bank every Monday morning; at 10 clock A M ; Tneiday, Wedneeday, and Friday, at half-put M o'clock P. w. The boat will run as above until further notice, navigation ?I Heather permitting. oit?m* HI ' KIKD LINE TO ALB AN V, on the At Knot side of the river, having better atagc* j|BSAT^Se!?3t and team*?taking no higher fare.?Office, Howard'* Hotel. 178 I5r.ia.nvav ? Paiaeng. r* will be forwarded by Stace to Albany hy th a line from any point on the Ea*t ride of the river where l.ie boat* may be compelled ky ice to top. Avert* will be on board each of the mail boat* to give aaaiataairs an I information. TI L line extend* to Montreal, touching at Albany, (office ndcr the Museum) and n.brace* a very direct and commodiou route l hither. The *tage< ami h irers of t'.ii line will be found really the brat on the Albany route, an J no deception. The ?tricte*t attention will be pant to the comfort, conre ***.' and ape.dof all who may give u* the preference. When the river akall he abut up entirely. Ked Bird wftl ruuall thro igh from New York city to Albany. m. hVbaVtkr, ( I. V. BAKER. Proprietor. tin Iw ~ STAT EN ISLAND FKRKi. ^^^^JpFiiol of Whitehall rtreet^^^^^^y^* The ateamer STATEN ISLANDER L'ave* Staleu laland Leaver Whitehall At 8 o'clock a.m. At ( o'clock a.m. "19 " " "11 " 1 ' r w " a - r.* " " H " " ? " " ? " On Sunday there will be two boatr to run. The latt boat Irar-a S'.alru ialand at S o'clock, r. M. ok T. POWELL St CO.'S LINE. jh WOR NEWBUROH. landing at CALD ' WELL'S, WB8T POINT AND COLD ag <r SPRING?The iteair.boat HIOHLANDER Can* Robert Wardrop, will leave the foot of Warren rtreet New York, every Monday, Ttv i ?Jay and Saturday afternoon'* at 4 o'clock Returning, the Higw, vioer will leave Newburgh every Monday morinne at t o'clock, an i i uerday and Friday fWrn .on at 5 o'clock. For freight or pawiagr,apply to the Captain an board. N. B. All batman.' and freight of every description, bank bill* oripecie. put on board I hi* boat, mint be at the riik of the owner* thereof.uuleaa a bill oflading rrreceipti* aigned for (h* **me rr.'Jl STARL1NE FOR NEW ORLEANS. Mk 0L M ThS rubernWa h^nenre Jo returi^lieir thankrfonhe pa Cronage you hare hitherto eat'iided toward* the Star Line,and nliril acuntiiiu^ioo of a portion of your freight to New Orleana, IU thir line, which will be taken at the very low eel rater, in the following chip*. w hich will (ucceedtach other and ml weekly :? SOLON.f'aptain Ceo. Buck man, Rl'SSEL <iLO VER, Captain Jabet How**, KfilO. Canu-n A. A. Wood, WINrtflOR CASTLE, Captain S. O. (ilorer. and other ah ion of the aame claar.to ollow each other in yuirk uceeaairn. For further particular*, apply on board at I'ine *,eet W,'"f0r t0 OLOVER It Me MURRAY, alt lot> Pine ?t. ear. South. NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL LINK. Ob PACKET!*. jib m m. >A1L!VaJ TO AND VIUVVl LIVERPOOL WEEKLY OLD ESTABLISHED KASSAOF. OFFICE, No #1 Sou'h atrret, New Yoth. THE eubecriber.m aim tim ing hie arrangementa forlhr year > I Mil, appear* before hn friinda with aentimenla of aincere rra^ect for the able iup|ort he haarrceiaed for Biauy yeara He likewiae w ahea to e ill the attest ion of thoee intending to rind fortbei* fr end* in Eneland, Ireland, Scotland, ana Wall#, that thay can at all timer be accommodated by thia line, by weekly epportuniliet from Lirerpool. aa well or by nil the well known dilf> rent hner of pnchet ehiia lailing to nod Iron Lirerpool.oii the lit.Tlh, 13th, l?th. andJSth ol enrh aor th, Ih'oughoul the year. It hue alway ? been tlie ?ttidy of Hie anbnrrilier loliare the entrant* ahown eWility, and dupatrhrd withont delay; and Ihore who aeud for tbur frienda may mat tatitfied that errry eaif aud diliirnt attention will be girrn by Hie Lirerpool Agrnl* to tho,e rent lor, a# will a# all who may embark with Oirm . and rlionld any of thoan. wnore per*age liar hern paid, oat cmbitk. the money will be refunded without any charge. Ti.a at.ka. eihai li ?U -a tiUbmiP* ?r? m.k ? - L^ .1 i ir * fctt* br whteli hli |ia??en,(er* came out durtog the lut rear which ton iivtuieoer.il ??tiafaetion,and that ne ha* considerably itcndtd and concluded hu arrangement! for the year *?ho follow inc ie Tiwt of ahipv Ship Scot I and Kobtiteon Ship Qaceola Chiitta * Fairfield Wiltou " 81. Cloud Knunon - Kraatil rt Huoacll " New vork Nieen " Kuar-ll (jvrer H we* " Winw Unflith* Hlherma Wihrnn " Oeweg-i Wood Alfred t heeeer ' Ocean Wetland * Clifton Ingeraoll Talbot Story M LoumviIIc Allen " N. Hawp*hne Hardin* M Sohieeki F.mcraon " raathea (roodwauon * A Inhuman Law " Mnbt. Iiaae Trreman " fr?utice Hopkiri* " Vrritini* Kalon * Tvrone Woear " Kurnpe Batekelder a alee Walt* " 8. Jeahiti* Seymour - Weetcheeter Ftrrm The above ahip*. and ihelr re*pectne raptain*. are all well and favorably- known in the trade ... . A free paeaace from the different port* of Ireland and Scotu?wi ran alao be aerored. an* draft* forniehed for aoy amount, Babte at the National and Provincial Bank* 'if Ireland and rreapectiTc branch*-*, and alw? on Mere J k W Robinapo. Liverpool, whaen are paid, free of any eharfr. throughout the I'm t~l K iafloat fs'ttc further i*erti ?'?*r *TM h I WHN HERD.MAN.ai South iirr.1, J. h W HOBINwON, l( fioree Piasta*. dag *l?. 1 .Neptune at. Wvlertoa D?cJt, Liverpool. 5 NE1 NE' J HORTK ULTlTf GARDK?I|. BO Niibi ? BTIIU, S?c. ! H I -V? Il h. It ?1= ^3 's I 3*3 I 3"? I X 5-3 i? ifl O I > I > ' M?W SI,579 919 St 9 New H?nt(<fhire, 19 085 H 91 Mui eliruetU, 885.904 111.814 991 Rhode Islmd. 17.741 19W4 007 fon lecncut, 41.9Jt> 18 114 901 Verratnl, 18.976 5 600 4s New York. 499.116 7 6.990 525 New Jersey, 249 81J *6 167 |,1?3 Pennsylfinia. 239 91* 39.127 l.iM Delaware, 4.194 1,120 9 Maryland. 135 197 10 591 618 Vinrinie 99 358 39.788 173 Nwrth Csrolraa, 98 475 48,541 20 for h Carolina. 79 :97 2.139 1.4-54 (iri'TOI*. <9.344 I 863 418 AUbtira. 31.979 370 96 Mlsst'Sippi. 41 696 449 60 Louisiana, 240 042 32,415 549 Tennessee, 14 6* 71,109 84 Kentucky, 123 071 6 '11? 750 Ohio, 97.004 1 9,707 144 Indiana, 61.21* 17 291 309 Illinois, 71911 22,990 77 Missouri, 37,161 6,294 9; Arkansas, 2.734 415 6 Mirhma, 4 051 4.307 3; Florida 11.758 1 0 60 W14 ousm, 3 106 10,6 94 Iowa. 2.170 4 200 13 District of Colunl'M. 52H96 866 1?J Tola], 8.401, IM 693 534 3 153 j Trow. Cut iron. Bur iron. | Furl. o-g j i.11. it ? *i Nam* ok State, he. <-* I t ^ o ? w^*.; ?S \ *'4 - I sa ' oD o"? 0?:- o"? I CO ooi |Z lc z:2 H IH" IZ-Q.S VtAttic. lb 6 IK 1 ? 485 4 New :!?mp hire, 15 1,3*20 4 145 2.1U4 15 M?nwli??lU, 48 S.aJI 47 6,004 10*454 l.UI UK Jc I<Und, 5 4.1-14 ? ? 447 5 Coin ectieut, 4* ? 494 44 3 693 16 *33 41 Vermont, -16 6 743 14 655 3*8.407 7! New Yoik. 186 *4.086 1*0 53 693 143,677 3 4! New Jersey, iS li.Ht 80 7,171 97,?2S 9,0 H< uu?) l vaiijh, 413 58,'.95 169 87.914 355,?03 11,55 Delaware, 9 17 S 41* *71 5 Mart land, 19 8 876 17 7,900 94 4-4 1,71 Virginia, 41 18 916 54 5 8-6 36 588 1,7North Carolina. 8 969 44 965 11,593 4' South Carolina, 4 1,910 9 1.1*5 8.334 9 Georgia, 14 494 9* ? 630 Alabama, 1 30 5 75 157 Mia-isippi, ? ? ? ? ? ? Louisiana. 6 1 400 4 1.366 4,152 1 T?r?ee*ee, 34 16.1981 99 9 673 187.453 ?,? Kentucky, 17 96 906 13 3.637 33.501 l.ll Ohio, 74 35.436 1 9 7,4*6 101,31* 2 9' Indian*. 7 *10 I 90 7(7 ll 111 mow, 4 16* ? ? 940 Missouri, 4 180 4 118 3t0 I Arkansas, ? ? ? ? ? ? Michigan, 16 601 ? ? 451 I Florida, ? ? ? ? ? ? WiekoMin, 1 3 ? ? I Iowa, ? ? ? ? ? ? Dietnct of Columbia, ? ? ? ? ? ? Total. 964 486,*03 7*3 197.433 1,548,110 30,4! SuTonnalt. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Savannah, Jan. 20,1742. Movement! m Savanna\?Editor*? h'athion?Trade, frc. 4-? J ah. Gordon Bennett, E.-q ? My Dear Sir? Strange as it may appear, neveitheless, ?o true be it, amid your numerous correspondents yon hare none from tbia place who regularly, or at reasonable interval*, give* you a " conp d'o-il" at the pass, ing event*, or personage*, pretty or intere*ting, of he community. Now I can hardly imagine there s *0 great a lack of food for your unique journal, but rather that a degree of inertnesa has taken potsession ef yonr friend*. Yon have an agent in town, who i* very aivil and attentive, and appear* to be doing a fair business. We have two daily papers here, and both conducted by bachelors. Now a* 1 am of your opinion, that not only the press in its tone, but its editor*, sh ould promote the public weal, and be good ex ample* in every important light, they are not fit to forward, although perhap* (they may fancy they poaie** the inclination) calculated to seek the fair interest* of the city. In the way of public amusement we are generally pretty quiet, but at present we hare the theatre opened, under the good management of Mr Forbes* with a good stock company, p.-rforming to tolerably well filled houses Mrs Fitxwilliams and Buckstone arrived last night from Charleston, and wi" draw crowds of the gay and great. The private society is very good, and has had quite an acquisition in some eight or ten young ladies, who this year hare made their debut, and a more fascinating bevy e ven your queen oity eannot prodn?o; besides, we have generally during the winter, a large influx of strangers, who try the benefits of the southern olimat not as Grace Ilarkaway, in " London Assurance ' says, lor the sake of "consumptive estates," but actual ill health, or to avert it. They enjoy one advantage which travellers often repine at?1 mean aomfort. The Pala-ki House is far famed as one of the most elegant establishments in the States, and unsurpassed for the quiet gentility of i.s arrangements, and courteous deportment of its proprietor. Marriages are very rare, only occurring, as a peneral thing, when astray beau, in search of health or pleasure, makes his appearance, or the young ladies evince their charms in a summer tour. The yeung men can form a very fine battalion, of poor gentlemen?a good many merchants whose commission or profit and loss accounts very easily balance?a goodly quantity of knights of the Inncet, who conceive tho location wretchedly healthy? and no small scarcity of sage expounders of law and jnstice, who pronounco (when in caucus collected) their fellow eilienns ilrsnrplv lima and sadly pa?*irc?no rose will work, nor any ingeneity further their end* They pretend to be eery intri|(uin)r, in order to make unsuspecting me* depart from the path of rirtue and atop in the field* of rice, in order to pay the penalty Tbey are erer apparently " eager for the fray," and regret the consequences of enraged epirite, yet evsr ready to defend injnred honor. Thie it my first enay to you, Bennett, hut it may be the laii ; howeror, in case yon deeire it, and any little occurrence* of special import oeaar, which can be offenaire to none, and amusing te aome, I ahall offer it for your considciatian and their discussion Anoints. Vuklngten. ft'orreipondeDee of the Herald, t WAWtmoTOir, Ian "28, BW. 7hrngs in IVashuvton? Pmtiti-f'wt matt et nf jVete York?Candidal'*. Mr Dran Hbi?/*stt? It is amuaing to one thnt is a mere looker on of other inen'a matter?, and to attend the jams, alia* parties, ihat are almost erery evening made and attended by all classes of the " would-be-families," and to hear the little two-penny scandal, hy almost erery man, woman and ehild of this truly gossipping little town. People here do congregate from all quarters and clime* of this1 breathing world, and bow and scrape, and smile and Irown, and rhatter about nothing in a moat wonderful manner. W aahington is the greater! city for little tking* that I was ever in. But of ail the pleasant parties that I hare been nt, as yet, nre President Tyler's levees, ( Tuesday* and Saturday evening*) ?he himself, a* also the blooming, smiling ladies of the household, all, every one, so pleasant, polite, well bred, and the Roma* ansed chief, over playing tn the life the gentlem**; and there tee, yo* hear so ? V o W YORK, TUESDAY M( STATISTICS Ol lb. a ~t* it <t?in. g" '3 ? j ~7?i~ s s I. ^ |: ! 1 -i I i U i i J. iJ i $3 I I all ' i It I ; I- * 3 i8 34,774 7(1 14 I 646 IMS 1 *40 1.409 18 ? I.3.,0.?ou 1.071 43.170 241 1S3 13,88 (17 3.635 940,374 44 37 3 013,730 830 148 348 10 13 565,003 1,(30 (.677 ? ? ? 747 9(8 (58 480 1,044 4* 383,001 19.307 125.'16 8 8 89.0V0 I 5''4 8(7,475 184 178 3.(03 811 ( 534 1.100 ? ? ? 397 48 841 70 117 4.414,000 3.5(3 18 000 31 64 4,330 5 00 3.731 4,0(1' 4 46 151 190 1.0(8 210 800 41 41 3 608.050 1.251 0413 4 8* 1,543.500 1,710 54,425 51 101 3.35( 013 884 49,040 7 0 7 073,000 7(5 858,711 5 4 531 18,770 000 1 46 i 10 760 13 53 1 40.4 100 1.039 109 507 5 30 020.7(0 1.843 31409 53 241 5 0.i3.2OO 4 005 73 (30 II V? 1,207 400 1.801 IT SIR 2 51 3 '3 SCO 1.34s 37.074 1 ?0 740 409 1,107 0 034 14 10 9,60 2(5 24.978 ? 59 177.3'.0 (13 6 509 *.j 91 04 2 000 V. O (if ( I 7 8 ; 00 ' 178 1698 ? |4 91*6 157 42,933 7 9 310 090 385 2,945,774 1 405 2 981 Il9 2?'?,30i (7,565 1 1,4 AD. | l'Soi.1). Or i 3? I o-? | a 2 .a *S I E I s |iai it U 5 f* | I 51 f. .5 h; a* -2 5 5 IIs; [3 | |*r? s| ci 5 "si i | ,.v= & Id3! o s & 6 j -5 I o 2 u I z-= 2 z I z u z I > i z >8 <,185 950 ? ? 1- ? ? ? II 98,200 1 1,000 9 $700 ? ? 17 1.232.875 ? ? ? ? ? ? 19 23 250 ? ? ? ? ? ? >5 517,300 ? ? ? ? ? ? >8 (64,130 ? ? ? ? ? ? 16 2,103,418 9 070,f?0 333 22 \000 ? ? N 7 781,471 ? ? ? ? ? ? 18 36 206 ? ? ? # ? ? ? ? 795 660 ? ? ? ? ? ? HI 1.044 660 3 878 646 73 JI 500 11 $31758 IS "8 81.881 0 10.01.0 00 50.000 1 0 *55.018 i> 46 11.-300 ? ? ? ? 5 37.418 < 41 24 CO ? ? ? ? 130 101.881 ?i 33 9.500 ? ? ? ? ?.61 iff i 43 35>,0<4 ? ? ? ? ? ? 66 1,5|4 7S6 1 ? 4 350 ? 1,304 W 449,000 ? ? ? ? ? ? 88 1,141,8u0 ? ? ? ? ? ? 03 67.700 ? ? ? ? ? ? 74 40 300 20 8,7553)00 73 114.500 1 2)4 80 70,000 21 53195,433 13* 235,808 ? ? 98 1 40,800 ? ? ? ? ? ? 3 4 000 40 IS 124 310 220 684 000 ? ? ? 11 600,000 30 36 800 ? ? 97 20.432-131 120 31,230,463 1,017 1,346,750 167 629.605 1,04 little of the "city new*," that you are sometimes at a loo* which most to admire, the civilities ot the white house, or the splendor of the welt dressed, good-natured and accomplifbed visitors. At a late purty, at the we?t end of the town, (as my friend, B?au Lawrence, would ?ay,) 1 ovarheard an anxious conversation between two gentlemen respecting your city post office, and the numerous candidates lor the vacancy. Qu enquiry, the next morning, 1 was informed ihat Mr. C- was to be removed ; and here stands, " all in a row," "the four-anJ twenty" candidates, well-dressed, prim, loving the people to death?(bare done more, and swear that they have not halt done what U?ey can do, if the office is given to the right one ) Call the roll?P. H., a respectable old citizen, of good orthodox memory ; C. K. : it is enough to know that 1 am an Editor : J. W. W, ; " I 'spo;-e," 1 am not, 'just bow" " onayhow thought of." It is unfortunate for the following names, who I am informed arc candidates, that they are all of that deplorable, reckless class cf men, well known here now, but much better known in your city, 1 am told, by the name of eae Glentworth's pipe laying gentry. And, my dear sir, t heyjhave all been your tormentors and persecutors, merely because you had the daring vigilance to expose to the glare of light their vile plans, and to proclaim to the world their wicked acts. My word for it, they shall not flourish, to long as I have any thing to say in the affairs of your great and growing city. My position enables me to see and hear a good deal tnat is passing in this hemiephere. Here theysAe : Allow ir,e to intioduce to your notice, J. Hoxie, a good looking, love-inspiring, song singing, office hating gentleman An ! here comes \lr Lougborough, for many years the schoolmaster of the Deaf and Dumb. He is a modest looking man. 1 fear he is too timid to succeed. There goes Mr. Raymond, a very good, sound, old fashioned lawyer, It would ruin h a business to take office just now Mr. K you may Maud aside. By the way, I saw in the street Mr. Hoxic and Mr. Newhouse, the other day. The latter citizen is called here the travelling agent of Mr. Longhborough. I am t?ld that he has in the eours? of three weeks gone to and from this city to New York three times, " ns errand master'' to Mr. Loughborough. I am of opinion that the President will bestow this office on some good citizen, well known in your community as a good republican, of high respectability, sound moral worth and indexible political integtily, and an untiring friend of his administration. Ail the pipe layers ure out of the question. Omboa. Anbarn. Al lien*, Jan. 22, lt*f2. (Correspondence of the Herald.) Ureal Reformition in Auburn?Revolution iu a Rum Hole ? Vender$ of Wine, SfC. Mn Btn.itTT :? We are this morning in the midst of a glorious excitement, caused mainly by the emptying into the street and gutter all the whiskey, ruin, gin, brandy. Arc. belonging to, and found in the grog shop kept by Mr. Frederick I. Cluie?not by force, but by voluntary consent. Mr. C. having joined last evening, the "Total Abstinence Society" gave notice generally, that his liquor would be turned out this morning precisely at 9 o'clock ; a crowd of some three or four hundred were gathered by the hour. Reformed men, unli reformed, temperance men of ?ii tiaww, aj;rs aim tuiiuiuuiis wcic uu u?r spui, (I noticed one distiller in tne crowd but he did not remain lone) to witness the moral spectacle ef a rum seller and drinker too, publicly acknowledging to the world, in the shape of empty decanters, jugs and barrels, all backed by the pledge, his total abandonment of rum, or alcohol in any shape and every thing which can intoxicate. Well may lie now adopt the following lines To all ram soliors in the land, land, land, A long farewell to you, Tour poison please to sell yourselves, I am not to blue as to sell it with you,

Fort# pure cold water I've come, come, he. Mr. C. has kept in our village for the last ten years a noted grog shop and rum hole, one of the very best in town, manufacturing drunkards by the wholesale and retail. Surely light has indeed broke in upon us. There seems to be no bounds set to this irlorions and mighty reformation. A reformation as'rrVulta show, no nearer the end than when it first began.? This struggle against "King Alcohol" is not destined to stop until we drive the monster hag and baggage from our peaceCjl shores. Opend upon it a mighty moral revolution await.* us as a nation, more glorious and complicated in its results to all classes and communities than nny which ha* ever agitated our republic. Joe ^truth's not excepted. Catvoi VraDirr aoaisst a Raii.ksad Co:?i^sr.?In the case of Isaac Otis, Esq., present Pnited ."bates Marshal |of the Eastern Ihstrict of Pennsylvania, vs. Philadelphia, t'ermaotown, and Noriatown Rai!road Company, which has been pending the last week before Judge Petit, of the District Court, ?h? i jury gate a verdict for plaintiff of i RK E XRNING, FEBRUARY 1, F THE UNITED S'l COMMERCE. | * 3 t. g | 2 1 : a 5 i"3 a o Cm ? U 1 t - t -sj!? 2 -= * -= c g > 3. S 3. d E 3-5 ? a a 5 a*1 J -J o 85 ? 3,973,593 64 305 860 1 068 101 2 602.422 ? 29 000 MS 117 12 709 038 137 1.022 360 9.432 799 2.810.'4S 41 25 4.9o J 262 58 6.967 606 67 488 4i5 562 293 2,984.060 ? 4 5 596 311 IMS 41,'35 745 4 4 ?,6?4 179 9.592 7,502 4 113 47 86 410,670 1,180 423 34.741 779 .Mi 2.241 010 5,094 2,148 967 780 22 33 2-1) >4? 23 9 248,170 48 307.31 J 1.330 103 16.684.413 41 H3 2 0 1 441 M 5 962 815 20 46 100 412 214 6 648.739 14 1U0 000 1,067 126 7 361.838 26 75 738 442 19-1 5.6I*.8*6 4 1.600 73 49 5.004.423 II 132,176 216 40 14 301.024 111 290 045 597 3 7 337,300 9 6.700 1.116 31 >>411.626 95 106 916 571 l?l 2 292.225 78 373 29* 2,-91 864 .5 681.5-r 37 M 974 767 2 705 4 904 125 39 93. ".0 405 117 9,15-,802 45 31-,429 345 79 1 579 714 9 12 229 243 ? 2.521999 1 ) 45 600 312 Ml 1,240.3r? 16 fit rS? >1 97 411.6-tf 14 21,190 133 92 437.650 3 16.259 19 ? 2,701 8?0 II 140 000 49 ? 259,301,799 1,793 3,64-.307 35,903 17 504 M I N K S . Hit Mfc! AU?. | i C u. | An i mm iTt . | Bin >o?ou?. ~i i I E a. s ~ = i e M ti "JS * * ^: I v i ? "? St ? l! S-g s 3-3 s $ z I a? | ij ?? I ?.8 \l I S s-s i II 5-S. 1 =.s h I *?1* ? $1 6n0 4 $01.00 - ? - ? ? 10,300 II 9 6)0 ? ? ? 29,820 ? 2,540 14 1.390 *7 ~ , " ? _ _ ? ? 1,940 ~ $5,000 ? _ _ ? 38 000 ? 70 500 186 92,500 ? _ ? ? ? 84 664 119 42.300 ? _ ? ? ? 39.550 83 15 000 ? _ ? ? ? 100 200 285 02.200 859.0-6 2,977 4 .<95,1 W 11,620,6..4 1, ? 29~?0 73 5 000 - Z - 924.000 II 193,960 ? ? ? 200 2 1?' 10.062,345 '* 9,834 I 000 5 ? JO 4 ? 75 .9 40 000 ? ? ~ ? ? ? 79.343 - - - ~ - - IT I 008 ? ? ? ~ ? ~ 23,660 4 400 ? ? ? ? ? ? 13.442 ? ? ? ? 2.1 27 14-18* 58SIS7 ! ? !?O0J I 510 3*3 4 1.210 3 513 4*0 _ _ ? ? ? ? ? 312*40 I 10* ? 2 ? IJJ 1 - 424.1*7 I ? 16^00 M ?_?50 - - - ? ?? ' Z Z Z ? ? Z ? i (,oo? 4 344*25 379,8.4 728 234.MS 883,4** 3.042 4,358,**227,8*3,1*1 3,7 Court of 4)j-rr antl Terminer. He fore Judge Kent and Aid. Purdy and Lee. Jaw 31?People had acquired inch a habit, of late, of thronging rmund the Hall, that they supposed it necessary to keep it np, and the Court ro*m this morning was crowded to over, flowing. Mr. Morkill, one of the eoun4el for John C. Colt, stated that himself and aisociate* were preparing a bill of exception*, a'so affidavits in relation to the Jury, and requested that further proceeding* in the caie should be postponed to next term, which would be in March. Judge Kent, after consulting with hi* associate*, stated that the Counsel should hare a fortnight allowed them, which was ordered. Mr. Morrill also requested that the trial of Adams, indicted for the murder of bis wile, might be postponed to next term. Judge Kent remarked that he had received a letter from Mr Dewitt, who had been assigned as counsel for Adams, arid wa- at present in Albany, seating that he would probably be ready on the S:h February. Mr. \VniT(N6 was not opposed to the case lying over till next term, if good cause could be shown. From an examination of the pipers that bad come into his hands, he supposed the murder to hare been cool deliberate one. Mr. Morrii.l thought the counsel would be unable to get ready this term, and the trial wa? ordered to be postponed. Judge Kbit then enquired of the District Attorney when the case ot fappan, (also indieted for the murder of his wife,) would be ready. The counsel for Tappan stated that some of the witnesses svere now in the interior part of ihe Sta'e, and it was necessarj they should be present. lie did not suppose it possible they could be ready this term. The District Attorney remarked, that as the case of Adanss was to lie orer, he had no objections to this taking a similar course He was desirous of taking some testimony, dt bent esse, and asked leave in that effect, which was granted, and the trial wax postponed. The eld panel of jumrs were then discharged, with the thankt of the Court, and the new panel directed to remain Mr. Mokkill asked to have the libel case of James Gordon Bennett postponed to next term?he feeling beat out and unable to try it?but the District Attorney objected, and the ca?e waa set down for Monday next. Judge Kent obaerred, that a special jury had been summoned for the Circuit Ceurt this morning to try the Staten Island ease of Wendell vs. Moore. The trial would not come on for a few days and they were discharged until called upon, with a caution not to conrerse on the subject between themselves, nor allow others to sneak with them in respect to it?the latter of which was a punishable offence. The Oyer and Terminer then adjourned. City Intelligence. Ji/sTicr Slow Bvt Suax?On the 17th of May, 1840,two men named John Hayura andCharles Mer- | rut, induced Peter Warrington, then a resident ol , Cape Henlopen, Delaware, but on a visit to this city, | to go on board of a vessel lying at the foot of Third street, to sleep over night, and while there robbed ' him of #140 The rogues have been running at large until within a few days, when Merritt was i identified while at Mamaroneck, Westchester coun- 1 ty, and arrested and brought to this city, where he was committed yest- rdey at the Upper Police. Ca?oht at Last ?In the month of August, 1818, 1 w. i a?.h.. o??i.. ? n mail liamvu illCUN'llIuo uiuniaj, muit n naivII from Cornelius I). Jackson, of 174 Barrow street, iod kept it so clow that suspicion never rested upon him until within a few days, when it was discovered thnt he had pawned it in Kebruary lasfto Abraham Astley, jr , fi>r th?- suin of J>5 He was arrested by officer Smith, of the Upper Police, and committed to prison yesterday. A Picaro?:a?:t among thf. Horse Dealers.? Muring the auction sale at Tattersall's yesterday, one of the crowd perceived or felt the fingers of i somebody exploring one of his pantaloons pockets, i in search of something ihut they might reach, and i upon grasping them he discovered Ht the other end t of the arm a man who says his same is Joseph Mnr- 1 ray. He had removed a wallet that contained >77 ( in bank notes from the pocket of th- stranger to his t own aafe keeping, and when arrr-'rd denied all t knowledge of intending to appropriate the proceeds b tohis own use. The Police Justice knowing Mr. Murray, by reputation, refu-ed to believe hia w ell n fold story, and sent hmi below, to learn, aa he will t a til probabifirv, thai his fingsrs should neter pene- a 'rate mto the mysterious recesses of his neighbor's > breeches. ( Aiothf:* Viciim.?A colored woman named 0? ' celia Henderson, wax lannch'd into eternity yei-terd*y, from theexremire uh- of ardent apuita She * entered the dwelling of her ton, No. 27 Orange I t'wt, yesterday, and died almost immediately at- ? ?? ggs^sss [ERA 1842. 'ATES FOR 1840. I I, g "3 T I 9 la | tit i i1 * ;? ! h I i J j3 |= r . . S OS * f r* <s * t s? i p a a& J, o c a> O Z S6 * 56 95.160 279,156 5?<>7I l? 38 54.120 2k 237 1,714; 480 407,550 359 715 174 745 3.(40.9' (3 71 050 4,031 * 90' 4?7.2l "6 149 065 Mil 5,590 i*J J( II 26 I 90 ? ? 801 2 933 9p 6 5 24.294 100 71 30 904 900 ? 1.134 12 01 464 7273450 ? 2 0 2* 6 13,800 ? 28, 00 4),T0 211 28 590 ? 71,293 101 100.980 ? 30 315 26 24 9 0CO 3.38 5 7 3 340 46 112 920 ? 425 17 12*86 ? 14 57 93 370 2 ? 75 4 266 9 ? 497 1(4.4 23 ? ? 5 98.811 ? 17 iH3 18 1 850 ? - 1,0(1 4,617 57(1 ? j,50? ? 237 562 1(5 ? 14 ? 258 642,*25 ? 1 ? 128 173 650 ? ? ? J 100 ? ? ? 4 39,200 ? 16,536 ? 32 12 300 69.090 7J ? 3 14,100 ? 9 021 ? 70 59 160 ? 24.390 ? 4 80* 11,526 950 773,947 472,399k 4 7(4 7 ?? |?r&fssfcI 7 b I i 1 1 I i-l i 1 I i IP I j J! 'a. * 2 ! ? t -S ? I - -1 [ I 12 S Z in I _ _ 50,000 15 $25 000 $107,506 305 $160 9 _ _ 1.200 1 '2.500 16 0(8 43 5 7 ? ? 376,596 463 502 960 790 *55 970 606 I ? ? ? ? ? 17 600 29 7 5 6 ? 1,500 2 3,003 313.469 692 392 2 ? ? ? ? ? 33.865 164 18,3; ? ? 2 887 664 332 5 601,000 1,511.4*0 3,649 1,00251 ? ? 200 1 1,5(0 35 7 41 IIS 10,61 796 $300,416 519 478 255 1 91,433 2 38 *31 310 179# ? ? 1 160 17 200 16 0( <t 46 S.0( 33 (.470 1.200 3 loo 21,780 61 17,2< 196 1 301 865 1,745.618 (2 4 307(10 84.4-9 233 492. 1 ? 4,4(3 8 7 090 3 350 14 31 ? ? 2,250 7 1 5u0 3 1100 4 5.01 ? ? ? ? ? 51,990 199 36 06 ? ? ? ? ? 13,700 22 10 *( 21 ? ? ? ? 30.1(0 73 15 64 IIS 78,927 219.69'. 291 1(3,5*5 19 592 10(1 6,21 134 45 5.5 297,350 240 113 195 195 831 296 27.41 47 9.300 8.4(0 19 20,050 35.021 105 6.7! 152 120,076 20.000 22 10 090 74.228 142 14,05 6* 9 488 1315') 36 3 550 8S 111) 33 IS,W 7 105 0,760 35 SO 800 16 500 3') ? ? ? ? ? ? S,700 4 30 0< ? ? 13.000 4 30.000 '3 650 30 14,61 ? ? ? ? ? 963 17 61 2 500 ? ? ? 330 ? ? 68 1,868 80S 0,170,174 S.300 6 938,048 3 893,894 7.859 8,541,16 forwards from congestion of the brain. An inques whs held by the coroner. Death ihom Huuni.no?The woman namec " Scotch Moll," who was bo severely burned la* week in Orange street, died yesterday at the Cily Hospital, where she was conveyed at the time. Stole a Fit-oct.?Isaac Holm's, wishing to fit himself out for an extra cruise in the neighborhood of the " Hook," laid unlawful paws yesterday 011 about 815 worth of cloth,ng, belonging to Miss Catherine Robinson, who resides at No 32 Walnut street. She entered complaint, aud he was sent to the Tombs to meditate. Accidental Death.?A man natned William Smith, who hn? been recently engaged as a laborer in the lime kiln of Mr. Donnelly, corner of Troy and West streets, while occupied on a s-c.tHold in some department of his business yesterday morning, was precipitated to the ground by its accidentally giving way from under him, and fo severely injured, :is 10 cnnse his death in a few minutes Hlierwards. Dr C L .Mitchell was immediately culled in, but befoie lie had arrived, death had terminated the sufferings ol the decetsrd There was another man on the scaffold, who escaped injury bv clinging to the upright posts that sustained it. The coroner held an inquest on the body. Commou Council. Jan. 31.?Boabd or Assimtakt Aldermen? The President, Mr. Lee, in the chair. The minutes of last meeting were read aud upproved of. An invitation was received and accepted from the Fifth Company National Cadem, to attend their Annual Ball, which ii to take place at Niblo's, on Tu> sday evening, Feb 8 Several petitions were presented and referred, among them eue for widening pier Nor 5, East River. RtporU of Commtilre*?In favor of petition of Forsyth Labagh, to hare tax on property, No. 90 Washington street, corrected. Adopted. In favor of the petition of Denni* Gillespie, who had $9,970 awarded him for leased property, at the corner of William and Exchange street', taken to widen the street, but withheld in consequence of a suit in chaucery between him and the owucr. Mr. G. suppored the tax and interest had been taken oat by the Comptroller, but his goods were subsequently levied upon by the assessor, and 14 perct. demanded I no report aetmi mm emiiiea m internet on the amount withheld. Adopted. In favor of relieving the Phanix l ank from erroneoni tax, the amonnt of taxable property belongto them having been placed at $1,195,377, inatead of $1,119,997. Adopted In favor of correcting erroneou* tax to Wm Thorn p? on, Jimci D. P. Ogden, and Nathan itogera. Adopted. Adrerae to correcting erroneou* tax on perional property of Win. At will, he b. iog taxed aa poaaeaaing $7<>0() when he mado oath to no: being worth $700?but he waa in the city when the aaaeaaora adrert.aed for peraona to come forward and examine the boolta, and neglected doing to. The report therefore denier him ielii f. Adopted. W-The aame aa to tax of Adeline Miller, who war aaaeaaed aa owning $7000; hut did not poaaeaa mors than $10(10 She failed to call upon the aaeetaora. Report adopted In favor of concurring with the Hoard of Aldermen in fixing the lime for opening Twenty ninth and Thirt eth atreeta, the lat April, 1?M2, and appointing Samuel ltanahee aaaetaor. Adopted. In favor of railing property at the north weal corner of King and Weat atreeta to M. Sanford for $5,600, c.tah. In favor of concurring with the Hoard of Alder- ' men in paying Krancia Child, and other*, exerutore of Abm. ,hild, an award|if $331 nil centa.? Adopted. From the inecial committee on the preaentmeut of the Crand Jury, and reapondmg to the vanou* gri-vancea aet forth. Adopted In favor of paying Itaac Verroylao IIjH 25 in comsenaalion for injuries received by falling into a gully in the Third Avenue, about a year ago? Adopted. The annual Report af the Comptroller relative to the expenaea of the city governm nt, wa? received and ordered to be printed. An invitation fi em Renben Peel, for the ai?nlifri of the Board to viait the reopening of the New V...L, >>n Mnnitir rrminf next \c ?? ? i.l...? ? J - ? cepted I A petition reccivi-d from Ilmry Kelts, , tstiag that he hud invented a pl?n f?r preserving ilk, and was desirous of f< riiiing some plan by ivhich the city would he provided with healthy nilk instead of the present twill stuff, andasKing | he aid of the Common Conned on the tabieet. Considerable conversation took place, a? In whr* i her the subject thould lie referred to the <'ommit* 1 ee on Finance, or to the Committee on Art and ieienecs. Mr. Sh Ai.r.n thought at the member* of tin- C?mnon Council were, cons tiered the "fathers' "I he city, they thojld take care of the children, ind the children wanted "milk." The tnbject ; vaa a seienii/Vone, and I should be referred to the ( Committee on Arti and Science*. It was to re* Itfti 1 Paprr* fnnn Vu linard uf Aldti m? n.?Comnsutnistios from the Assistant Clerk, stating that the Hoard had noa concurred in the resolution relative i o the clearing of snew from sidewalks. \ Li D. frtci Twu? ?ou _ KIBIIKRIKS. i V~1 "I >1 i 1 Is I -l ! si ill ' 6 1 5 * ? t a tj tb| | i i o1 III ! 13 I i ' * Z'~__\ z I 3 - ,S2J ' 3?? * W?*7 * - *?? 'if-a -;S ,sr, !-;i: ? IW.J7I '? !" ,Jj ,i*4M 1 ? ?. ?? m< r. '' ?. ?' ?:?k ^ : ^ Z Z 1 Ml " ' '* 11 '11 u ? I IM _ 4,U J< - r - C.MO *V ^<<l i in 7?! iojx* _ * &1.JM ~ '* *** Jitff *I.So? ?? "? I.IM?M HA,* ,7 ,w, OH LONDON-P.ckr. t| ?t Kabruarr _ThT - I't.hn ,h,p Me DIATOM. n^Sui thai? ,Nl' w "tbofs, tier ifKulnr dav i lP np_ H?e HI r.t.m, ,r. ;,ud r.bto ?r ,,,,?? f,or P?comnwUlwiH, ou boird. or to .h, office <1 * " f , J HKHPMa N. 61 ftntifH # . to. . .'V,:,' ' i IULLAfU 5 HV <>1 LAND, AND WALES?l>r*f>us i roce*ilMig *iWnh '<c ?*inlnig mousy to tlitir fneujj rrsiiUi g ln part ol the old country.can at all turn ? olitam from the ?iih?e*?_ tieis diafl* nt ai|;lil. lor not amount drawn direct ou the Hosal 4U hank ol Ireland ar.i| on Mrwia I'rticott, (irute, Amei It (to I ( baukrrs, l-oadnu, wluih are |>aid fret of dil' nuiitor any chun ;o whaltrer, in raery ionii throughout the United Kugdim. no Forterms apidwto 15 *OCtl>'. UHOTHKH8 U CO 35 Fulton at. ;o New York, neat do >r to the Fujion Bank, is ItC^ Th? subscii'-rrt hare a regular dorcl euccraaion of 10 frat ilvis American Ships, aniline n un Littiinrol erery au rj daya, aud Mr. JAMES u. ROCHE, oue uf this Aim. ia there. 10 and will remain to let all thoae whose passages are pin J ben. h> forwarutd with care and despatch. For |?mi(c apply an it ahoee ' J| 10 ate rAaMiir. 'Uit tsmei lit.? j n? .pic? ul naeu 'd iMfWel brig NORTHERNER. Uapt Rice, will havYim 10 Jmmffifcnirdialr despatch for the above pert, harin^ auprrior '# accommodation lor a few c ibin. and second cabin passeiigera. which wili be taken at moderate rat re, it early application ia aiaac to YV. Ik J T. TAHSCOTT, S o I r r L r 4* Sou,h atreet, < rtraoua d> tirouaot irndiiiK for their frirnda to come out 16 from'he ahovc port, can inakr the necessary arrangement, by >0 apply nig ai abort. j|7 is HJ- PASSAGE EKOM HAMBURG, GERMANY? DIRECT ?The aubacribera hare a regular ?u coreId Hbnon of firat claaa rraarla, leaving Hamburg twice a Kl month, Persons wishing to lend for their friends. residing in * any part of (Jermaji) . can atail theniaelveaofthia arrangrmant. D rails for any amount can alea be furioahed, payable in Hamburg. For further narlirulara. am.lr lifhr letter ioat paid) to HERD MAN It K IE NAN, (I Boutk rt 9 all WILLIAM (JlttttUiN, Esi|., Agent at Himbat t In favor of petitioning the Legislature to nbvlinh the office* of Water Commissioners. I Thii gave rive to a considerable debate, and a t motion to concur forthwith not being act by a , two-third vote, it was referred. Ia favor of discontinuing the pay of the Water Commissioners. Aanintant Alderman Skamax offered an amendment, thct tho salaries aball erase when the office# have been abolished by the legislature. Assistant Alderman Murphy offered a still farther amendment rci|uiring the committee to inv etigatc and report what other office* 'can safely be dispensed w it b on the entire line of the route Tho whole suhj ct was theu referred. In favor of paying Henry Vandewaler JJlii for roam hire to Commissioners of Registry of the 10th ward. Concurred in. In favor of rc-hir.ug the room occupied for the Justices Court of the 1st, 2d and 3d wards, for tho ensuing year Concurred in. (Several other paper* were referred. A petition from William Cozier was presented through Assistant Alderman Waterman, stating that he was a soldier of the rcvalution, had served all tha war, is notv H6 years of age, and ha* resided in this city do years, 30 of which he paid Mixes ? Through losses, and the ill conduct of his children, he has become poor, and is now reduced to the necessity of going lo the almshouse or praying assistance from ihn corporation. He asks for sufficient allowance to obtain the means of subsistence, he having sufficient clothes probably to last him the remainder of his life Mr. Waterman spoke of his claims and his mis fortunes?stated that the re 1 of the company to which he belonged during the revolution bad bceu lost, and he was deprived of the opportunity of obtaining a pension He offVred a resolution allow ing him $2 a week in the way of outdoor relief Unanimous Resolutions by Assistant Alderman Rawsou, for the appointment of two physicians in the 12th and 15th wards, for vaccinating the poor, at a salary of $150! Adopted. *ca By Assistant Aldermun Haiuas, for renumbering Attorney street- Adopted. By Assistant Aldeiraaa ttiiAf.cn far a petition to the legislature preventing the crying of newspapers on the Sabbath. Adopted. By A-sistant Alderman Murphy, to have the situation of Day Officer in the 7th ward discontinued Adopted. Adjourned to Monday se'nnight iv1.1> ivivi.ii iva?t ?i ins mutrinioui mi uuiiirm to the nnvii'ntioa of |{n| River, will be removed by the IKih of February, so as to enable boat* to ascend freely to the I Jpper cnttnti y The Natchitoches Herald r-ays, the s'enmboat* South Western and Rochester, are both busily employed in c'eariim the snags. The sreamer Kmbassy, from Louisville, with emigranr* (or the Cross Tirnb"rs, pa*.?ed through the lakes and bayous to the oilier side ol the rati, and there di<clia't;<*d her cargoe a id passe ngenir The boat h is since left, on a trip lor proviaion?, and when she arrives again will be able to puss thrcngh without obstruction, and wind her way freely n< arly fourteen hundred miles above the town of Natchitoches. The steamer Relief is ivmg un at th* raft, awaiting eagerly its opening. Over lifieea thousand l> ilea of cotton are above at present; bat ol tins 11ige amount, the freight of a con Hiderabk portion is engaged, Mnd we would be far from advising steamboat* on other water course*, to change their trade, in the hope ot realizing a fortune on Ked River? -V (). /Vnyint. Fist iT< 'iiirrtw ?, I" C. ?.Inst as our paper was going to pi??s, we received the Mib|o.ne<J particulars sf a fire at Chippewa It broke out about 12 o* clock last ni_'hf, in he distillery ot <). T-Macklein, La?| , nnu before tt w.is arrested bt.rned down the d stillery. logemer with the steam tl .urine and mw in.lis and foui dty, a ware lioure, with 2 000 or busiieh ot grn.n, principally wheat, a barn filled witb produce, tour very valuable carriages, and harnesses o| nit) rent deacnp ions, and eiimll lots of tlour, whiskey, aud pelaiof. .s, all belonging to ,'dr Mack lent Total los* between fifteen and twenty thousand dollar N* i la-tirance.-?fluffnln CommrrciiiJ, Aim ^hiK. Kaimioin in c? m.?a ariiiieiniin wlin lii< !? < ndvicp* troin IItvufi i, initirina ii? that ihe Clov/rnin< n? railro.ul !r>>m I Uvui* tol'iiim.)-1, (forty tniUs) w?< p it uji l?r ;in<l l.oou'ii i' n iiidiviiin^lsfiir .i" m il,.i'i 1.1 .tolUc, mrh < n'- U :n-? i f Ih<* hj?- it. l lic pivmrdt' ih'-rf, u mum tic rcoolfd, ur- |> ti<! hi iluunl<>aiir<< -I'htiail /??/ J 'II. Court Coirudar?Tt?l? l)?jr. Ciaci it fm it-No.. |36 .'.7, IM, 141, l*!l, 141, 1", 1.1*1, 149, ?J. I?. 163, 164, I I'C, HI, 131, IS6 W, :i7. i ti ll or Comkoo Plik- I'oit i ?B-foro Juilf ! >(In It) .. lock A M No' i't III, W,9.?, 'IT, 61, 67. J 7, ISO, 161. 19., 167, .13, IflB, '.V Pjit 3? Before Ingiaham?4 o'clock I' M?N ? I'M 111,6, 7'J.isi. 61, IM 1 it, |10, 111, 114. II", 111, 146, 14". Yr.i.iow ii N'?w ItuAi* ?A ta*i?f yfliiw frvri wit r?pi>rtrd in Now Orleans ,n the mi l1!t oi Iht* month. Wliai** t'.r meaning of this T )tr? ihr 'cooon* clunginc ? N?\ ?t ?Th<* triRit" MacfConniD, Com. Wilk nJ ion, Mil?*d from *?? *#<> ]< Cuh* IQtK 'ill. fof Pm itcolc

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