Newspaper of True American, December 31, 1838, Page 2

December 31, 1838 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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r ilii I1ni+wLL lo,1 .18 NEW130wq o...· ~I l.~34, P4.*r... ;·I CLElRAnc.&., " D~ecember 31. t1hýip Aubtw, IwDtrfy, foe N.eW Ynhrk, inO Mter. Ship Ai.hWe, MNwuiii. lor Philedo!phi., 3 D Dniwwre shitp cbrokn, L .r.u, for RIst n,, J A li.erit Swi MNwy p eKhill. Wioi.tr. f, ihii8nlrew, i. Blford Srwig Rwto.ldi, L...di, wor Hnee, R COrning , o wit .l eid, lowMayher, fow Ch.rle.IO, L H! (lic nib.....P Sowooi..ih i. ii3.i lleig etltUi ý I b, for incouuah, to Mailer Sik ariaja Wtllm; far Peiqwdolo, MW lter IhdLt %=ry.kLNrk. .o ,Matiltr *dl, We Krrao he r Cor , for M tiworda. A hbhwidge r Jenkinsl ARRIVAJSI. o" Napqlwea. Danf, feom Jamiii, It Dew, in holtult, It Se ibh3lh eth. Popyth. from Pnaenwts. to Milewr. . Jlhr Marie, Seibhry, 28 day. faou New Bedford, to W, hit kr Alil. Aliow, S days wrom Atakhpa.. to Ml3ter. Le II.aIrm Ctle R , iKenney, from Viqksb.rg. D IwIwmr Albany, Bhickel, t"fou Pwlurah. Steimi r w ark, i.oie, from Mei p iw ii Mouth or i rk.. Stle.re North Str, Latham. from Mouth of Obin. elms+ NewarkSnomke% frm lrrleveport. S llUmr Hontsllle, Jordan, from Bayosu San m Tgtee Dech'md. Cbarwi., fromt PlaCgnmine. ,. saner Detroit, MeCllt eck. from ManeeBlter..Towed down .6 6at btea, laIdend with olr,. fromt Vickslo, g. l.mmer Briwewateir. Wright, from Vick.ubnrg. StIaeuor Shbepeaie, .riug froiu Vi, k .burg. 1 EXPUORTS. NEW YORKl..Per shlp Auburn..747 biles sutton. 69 hhdl .ugwr,67 brl molinsre, iid 21 hhds tu,$sio, PSILADKLPHIA..Per ship Archer.. 12 hbl. cotto, 57 b.1.. sugar, 30 hrlsmo~IS ri, l 10 ba wineo, 53 pckl buffalo roble. SOI.ON..Per hipChwrokee..24li pe. pig iron, 739 bal8. cotton. 135 bhds auger, and ill hides. ALTIMOII. .Per brilg Mary Kimo.ll..U22 hhds .agf and 74 tea aod O6 firl oel,,.ss,. UAVANA..Pr hbrl K Orouinolg..3310 kegs ultd 18 brl. lard, 548 brig dour. CHARLESTON..Pr bri ea Bird..84 hhd. and 220 Pr. b Sol w S Bw8r.l. GAVANNAH..Per brig Kontupky..99 tel & 89 brll mol28 ses 36 bhd .ur, '25 Ihds bcon, 511 L.oks .utol seed. 62 hhd. bron. nlld I chest hiook,. PENSA(COLA.PPer .h Mari, S w Vllliam,.. Irit i.o'ea-a., - o pork, doi l ..hi...y, 4.h. . do b... od .1... bread. MATALGORDA..Per ehr ll enry..sundry .small 1or. .off18 leal, olt hnonl, sullglr, Iard, win., rico, usop brandy end fulrnlturw. .............Per schr C.ell Ut.. s4dry imell lol. of Inmles. eonIbe, Ilgar, eil, I3rd,. intl. bonts, nEigro, ilotllhlg, pet.r, 0oln., .lid bolter., IMPORTS. SPENIACOLA. Pwer shr E ialmth..?5.500ieti lIoumber, to E P . Simplon. IEIW BEDFOKD..P.r .rhbr 1.ri..O60 b3s cetd'w., 217 brwl oil. 1011 keg. na..,ll ,tldI; hrl. lot1to3 , to WVhilridg . co, a.l J Cocks) ie dtATTAKAPAS..Pers chr Ai... 0 hie. s sgar. I p.ntheon + lll ee. ind II ,tl, Isaleq r, t. Ren, k r .nd Lynch, R 1Gthb; Fo1l1iu, Ililo.eq it Deiiel.. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. - e Imghlt t Mlouth of Arkansas Itsvo..l2 fir. colttn, Picket 4 B.hk; 2i do Alle B. Asher; i 33 b n 2 . ,Imo o o o; Ill d. S.he.Aeo; 74 do W M Ilel; I:4 d. l.oL.lel. Fer, * Z[ge.n; 10 do Conner & .rildley; 51do P A illardy. h. do Armour, Lake I& Walker. 1i4 do N & J Dik & ,, 5 ,lo .I Whit. 4" o. 9 do Br.dwr., 1,K3.e.nl4a - \ri,.h. 6 do .Wn,,,l 4" Sinlitt, 1 do urlk. Watt ; co, ' do itnltl & Volri & i s, I bw rllil.key, to order. ePdueah'..Per steamer Albany--714 .hrlt dour, Owunr on board. Vicksburlg.Per-"t..m-r I hll'. Red..Q91 Ibtb Patton, I)lud , Hardly & to, I cask oil. VW.ltnn 1 Km.p; tl hl, ,.oto,. V Mi Rihal; iIdo Allen & Al8er; i id. II.l.on ,. ltoeh: 6 do Leckrt, Fern & Dnmepnn; lt! dor ,V "otafrt; 5287 do Nugent, Turpit a Wiatt; 5 do J H I.v.,.rI. & oio: 99 do 'I' Iarrrll' 47do Willard & eo; 97 do Bllln,,ltt, Fr Id.y 'o, 177 do ,I no l.I, ByrnD &o; 1i do Jonlll Armour; I2 do '1 'aly 4O.Godfrt y 11 do W il,,,t; 2 I.e 101e,,, (:Col.1,l, hIlyl. & iar mIb3dlda, Bucb.3, S21utoo 4 cu;oo; I2,d. douroJJohi ella. Shrievsporl..Per taim,-r Newnrk..11 Il . oltot, j %',, dell, do dJ B 'lauche & o, I ,do end I brl nt ,liw.es, A .. i. Moth oft tlo..Per it....oar Noultb Sltar.., blsO ,tllo,, 1 3I3T3' 60Ud N J DiJ:k I eo; 173 cock.L torl, l1'8kett & lank.; 194 do Mllrthl 'lel.tnts 4 co; 978b1 b floour U Dor,.y, t77u orlky., Owners Oil hoard. P27 . mihi.. Per 0 le.mer'Pech.+:.o1t+. cttont Toledann; II de Gord.iu & Ileunett; 51 do Peyrou1, Arcieul& 4 co3 It filiael. Rest. Plerel & Slirlol. Bayou Sara..Per tenr Huntllstrille...03 'ell. 0,lon, A Ldou4ti& co; 4-2d* I White & co. 4". do A Rvad.e c. oo20 de Allail & Tremoulet. 3 10 do Calhdwell Hickwy, 10 do J B Pluche 3 -co, 111 do 1tra1der M1K.nna ,. W.ioti. , d., TIwr, OGardnor & co, 5 du G M Lee 24i hbds sulgar, PL) rou Arwieul & Co, V Vlkh.bu{.. Per ite163ar Bridgewilo r..9'10 rls fdor. H NleNair, 7 h.i cotton lob,,,n & Goocb, 2I1 Io. J (4nvWll, 8 do Marti. Plminnle & co, 2.1 do XV logirt, 32 do G S1orritn, lI d. Burke. Wntt * co, 16 do Bennott Ferrilday 1 3o. I ,tI J Williamlon. 21) do W l Beal. 50 1,g. onto. Ow.er o0 he.ard. p0 p. ba.gging nd 25 coils rope, J Riley, 15 brls Ilork, Mulet, 4Irunks and hx J Norw,,,od.. Mseberter..PPer itelln., Detroit..57 Ill rrtlon, Flohrnn 4 G,.,h. 112 do Brander. McK3nnna3 .1 W'riiht 411de1o l.. & ardy., 69do Puoyth .iLierick. , i 41 io .tocksri, eru. & Dliwgll, 15do (lurko, W.tt A eo, 8do ILyonu. Hlnrir 4 co, 14. de N J Dick & co, 17.do Tlylor, COrd a.r 4 e l. Yicklbur.. .Per P..el.lr Shnklspenre..465 hIl coton. Jnlnes A dIrmour, 108 do ,ork,. Wet &. oo. 011 r1. Ilranwl, If, Kenlll & Wright. 60 do Nuctllt TT rpill . .111. 5W11 d. ply-UIIx, Areieul &re. 17 do t:lovnr & Breelclla. 16 i1, €; 11 l.l+e I I du I WOakey, 6 do Ta.ylr & Gardur.,, .ndri;s to, JuIg C.rlwon, V (Wrll.lol, Ln.ocehle. I .SEN(;E It. IShrrveporti..Per 3a Ner ,ewsrk.. ~ D Jll.Iit Odn A FPwrry Col eri.)3I.I,l..,Bumd, e 0;.lfot, tt1.3w.,tI Niow. poerLLffc. D J Johb.;ouu, W. MgI , Newpuot, Add .e, ,rod 00 on dck. Vickbur...P er leamer, ttle B ied. S '\0eir. J Weir. jr, A 4Weir, O I lwlenderion Reload, Wowtrks, 801do1r., ..1c3eth, Iuu, iIBelh Jr, H1 Dt.vl C C Dlucruon. II N |le3do13.u, A Abhhott. +G Litu r, R E.dllolloo, 1.0 lit'.ll8.ll IltldRl., 3rie. Hwrrwl, Eiger, Chl., llpl.all, S C u;a.., Si,,yer. Grundelph, lady, daughtel and "vt, Mlru 'l,'fbry. MImphi. & Mout!, Arkko.ll. ItL,.. 11r "Ht., R 00nit, J. P. tyly,;on, 'P t J Ipma., dlay L childryn, , ,,d ·,t, 2L Mrl.e:l and rlvt JL Marlii. Pldurlb..Psr et.smer Aib,,ny..Davil. lady, chihdl and cvt, W Q.ua..oi. Iidy o.d 1 I. Cuo Patto., Wll.11"l-t.dle, D Ag. ow, A L Dunan. Becketto. Breed, BelchIer, S "Tbel,.,S Sbhr, J Shil'y, Ip.rdinuod, r iie, 'iokilt, () U WVetirly; I L Graves and I; I' ranic31, 'hiTil't, irow.. Ealt,,lun,, Illtsl' OakIpy, Rainwater L.tle, Tutrey D.till., t.eals Mouth of Ohlu. Per..l.,mr .o,1rtll ltar..: Mitche.ll., J GIllel. M iWmpbell 1' Irol,W l CrHwfold, J fley , A Ii P'ul llamars, W (Ryles0 G G D;lU , M Dursev, J I;wrlu .,,it dudy' Mih Biwi.4 and DvO. D B Rising, Judge, Ca1tou & lo& , T11 i Lawil, ladIiy, 8 Brodo, (:ron, A Baou. B.you Sera..Per tteaeltr lHuoto.lle...J Hartwell, J D Msoenis, T Witer. ·(; E Frazer, C C Cege, CT eLIt hewn, 63rrow. 33 Roo.1, l'.k ,.oo. Weo48,,dliuI Hi0,3,3 W 1 Bi*l, Cnelier aid .l1s, Fu3rrow, (o. E oPay.i., A Jour., flr. EaBo.n. Victor John8i'o., I1 Tlylor, Wlithurp, It well, 4 Hlolm.l, Romeen s vt, Poroit Douro, Piaqumiae. Pawitl e longer M'h i..lr . Nenon..o, ies.rl Th.ompoo, i M.,0tri.' 1i' R, ere. T Chnlln,. 1 .w.J Du1, wue. V Doll,, G/ALrrducG Hrlezmou, 'hlho CGoulh. Slcckiaoou,l, D Cl.,k. V HsCsoIloy, coll. 11Vcclter Viokshr..g P.r *lroooo BridgewaLter. II Turcos, Oldru broeh, .5 Norwood, . iark,. Marh, MllcllirtOI. DIr rsaueb, H1.... Gibsonll, Spnocr. lRihards, J B 1r1n, J, Jllr elstr,.. Ind Il on deck. MalllCbter.. Per .stsomr Delroll..5 Ohclsklo, 1 Elliolt, J Clw15404 and irsJ Ilelsy.Mlr ih. Vlkk.hhlg~. Pe StIamer shno, uore. 11 Mi. M s 4 art c ir.. Los, Copt R II Jetfrr), F L TuloOO. " Lo ,g, N' Iro1 o, C XI co ad ate, W -loot. lllenruhetil , C I.1i iloylr, S Petro. .11.11, W Podpolghoo. .3 CiIun owolI. Nrooh, II Eldiuo. bfo. JMy.r., A WhitIn. 1' WVriight, A 6 0 O il'od, J W Fsots, 0 Coffa,, R Btcarsd-? 10 do~k. MEMO RANDA. Steantr Wa~lk-in-the-WPntar. at Meat his nrozil 25 mile. beolowdo; Aicl around at IsIlod lit M3 Une.Do :ld. Toglcol at Mouth Whitl 10R101; 44thl, .loopki. r1 Princeon, : W... 011 at 13 Pollt; Dilan.0a fot of Tocli kils BoAd; Lomlnrllo at ,sledd 100; Hall Columbia an d Bl ridee-u;tat .r {'ickail~ulg; Salem1 I m11.. I'sc Gr.ood Gulf; Eop..Ior nud Itellc.ce 4 alle. skore Point Coupl.. tleamer Noth SBIr 1,1otl the Moth of th. Ohio o1 tlhe 191th, ic0 foreleg in theo (111 al OlaysylooU;l e rooc glI out of the Uppoer Mia.i.hi,ip; Isol' h :,t 051,11I'. fois, :il hiu he. w t Cmbsrl.nd FIr. lfft lthl llo h tl boalos n MoIth, AI gonisn. l'ibor; T ibuelo, A1 I'hdllipc EdaI Sljilfpll. CIII rdow. 01Empres, Wooleso,. Rtot M1orri, Udtkud Stoles, and V.,dali. Steamer Allbny reort. afal.r in the ON.l0ow,1 and l w1 .11,5 cold; A M Phillips.. EloprrJ. '1¾,ibos. '11110, Algonlmlc, Cosmolor,., Merrilmak, Norfolk. Nos Alblsy. Ookl lo. EA Ibipplo. aIt ouldi. 1:1. Nll Ce..r lit 1 t.a rI; 011511 Ilulhlao atIre. Bul.k; 51em1 M1illis 1'oikt; Sloilow 1,1,1 Ilrazil 1t Waow.o'.. WsIk-!n-thel.lso0t'lo, 14; Invincibll OtHlblh,1.. Tasqllo mnd Wincheterw Ilolollo; All, louunld at 63 and 3 eaokeLrbocLkr at? 2; 05111115 slId Looist ill. so RuBclr'. CI 0 1 .soos t ptl;lo IAntelopat lCu151.l GOY Hw 1IllgIs FOR 1ALTIII ICE. Tbh A I nd dfat satilingh1 b11111 1A FA'RE'I'TE, Ca(ol. Laodlic, 11,1.I r111111 dpe. 10l01, IIaing part o1 her c' . n rtlcn5 ldll, flit lea on Io freight or llag , all ulle hnlllloolle ac111s in. moodatiuaa, appl to Li (lAIE, llJ3 Colclolo; 1 d31 5do do 5,1100 do reinr'ed whcle nil 91,0 Illlmullr'e 'I1nlllo is nil 1500 Il1a' 1 o I Jlollol Soap 311 do follow co;.dlal 101 do Impaneli ton1 100 dl, do l pololv loudo 100 do Yoong I1- o IIs &, lITgo,1 50 do SnoclionooodPo.,,o dI, 1000 glunlly bogs, .01,0110a .otduog &c. foo el;' by II U I DG E & iI d31 76 hgozin;ll 51 E XCIIANGE no lBostoood Bnitll-olor 1or 0a1s hy d31 WVIITlllOGCE & 'O, 76 .ling, 01110111 ' 71PNEI on Educcion. Hum lhall I govern rt School, oddres.1d to youllg lloorra. a1d al-u adapted to alil pparents in the lllllllaAgC-110un o0f 1'110 ree: byEE Wince, authorof oyarn and a half in the Nasy. Hiss..n Educstilo, b, tIi e cone 1ulklll; 011so, hall's le0ture1 to schoo10011111. For s.ale by 431 A TOWEI&, 49 Camp a1 O IL 16 cosh, winter atraich11jOl lm oil, warranted J50put, landilng lro 1 1 ll'lolm Ii d icr hsol by 1 IIOIDGC ; &co,. 431 131 Slaogsine os W'TM It :..AS. 181111 cease llO silk Umbrell, RU loop s10e1, recel01d froot chip Merscy, and for sale by 1 BIliDGE St., J35 134 Maogozine at j. IL ,a.4 CANDELE. 17 cooks bliotlood winer staie m mOw il; 16 casks uncolepohd 110 do do, 21M boom fwc~ctuLlicy specrm Candlles, assorted mixes, ocd~d dirsct1 bIr Newr Bedford. and uoc lau1ding sBedfmisand 101 .ale byy d31 J COCK'VNE, 2(5Cralier at C kb. HE '1' NEGR k CLOJL.THf, &c.-Fur gale by 6caotes bsssaO orlich and Ws-hicgtos Joans, a supsrior liolis floc rsero cloItihig Y.5lasbearv Lowell tihwoya .M5al.. Cordovo kerao., n neo sitlel for Dogro lo Ioodsg, mwoofactuod striclly of wool cot pst . and 4.4 LuorlI cotton, l7bbile. besas 3-4 and 4.4 brown shirslings and f10 4O.as1.. ossy HBamlpks~hir reto .dil ling. j Sassybatinale,I adwomediuoo gqolilso. Misam. Amerisnwlprits,s varinosyqualities 3515.. ouperfine Frcu polnt1, mllolifold colon 40 balss Ru.oi alsheet t THE rRUE AMIERIC I JrT'rED aY JO ,iU w EIR ON. FAITnT. AND SOLD. %N. V OR LEANS: MONDAY, DECEMBER 81, Is.S. UB-TREASURY SCIIEME ..This bant'ing is tip aain behfre Congres., altho' it hsren, TWtC. KItLLED i the Hlnse. of Reprentatives. U.les it be possessed of a great num. bhr of lives (ont un!ike some animals) its periodical hannlu must soon bent an d. It will le seen by the proceedings of Congress that MD. Ri.ve the talented Senator from Vir ginia hna been dealing out some severe Mows against the Sub Treamsry project, and also at the administration concerning the recent intercourse between the government oefters and Mr. Biddle's Rank. Itiis hown that while Mr. Van Buren and his supportersare lauding the Sub-Treasury .cheme to the skies, they are still holding intercourse with and hnve had largetra.sactions with the Bank of the U. States, the past year. The cry i "an eternal separation of the government and Banks"and let us have "an indemlndent Treasury".. (meaning the Sub-Treasury.) while at the same time, when it suits the convenience and wishes of the administration, it il resortine to Banks in the mortobjectionahle manner, with. out law, and aerording to its own likes and dislikes, or its own good will and pleasure. Whatdke, MIVan Buren and his advocates mean? in their schemes for the separation of Rank and State, when he uses such lanauage ae the following in his message: "The only safe or proper principle upon which their (the Banks) inter course with the government can he regulated, is that hiech regulates their intercourse with the private eitizen..the con ferring of mutual benefits. When the government can ac compl h anlaancial operation Iwith the aid ofthe Ba.k, than without it. it sIlould he at liberty toeek that aid &e." This part of the message canll only be reconciled with the Sub-Tre asnry scheme on the ground that Mr. Vanl Burot is willing to hiave the aid of such favorite Banks as his choobes to accept, in carrying on his financial operations, but claims tile entire custody and crntol of the public funds for the executive and his Sub-Treasurers! Tile true sncretofthle adnministration, illn herishing this obnoxious scheme is to got the control of all the publi Tresume al.nd thereby increase its power and enllsure the reelection of the pre(sent President. But what will Mir. COlhoun flaly to this intercourse between the govern ment and Banks, who is deluding a pl,, ion of theb South with his fSnatical doctrines of an eaenal divorce. Tile adminis tratlion is pulling one way and lie another. The fornmer is temporizing while the latter enbhr.tes the whole schnnme... Th Sul-Treasory dnltrine in its t us ch-acter, is the most odious amid ritltrrutical of all other schemes. It fors to de stroy that systemn ofentl'rprise and improvement under which the Ameriau people Ihave s, loung and so signnlly fHorished sid prospered and to put us on a footing with tlhe monarchi. cal governlents of Contlnnntal Eurolpe, whller eve y Mon. ar,'h keeps tln governln-lt colors in his #trongr box. whllile the people arearound ]own with taxes to fil1 it. 'Thu anv. ernment receives niothi.g I ilt hrol m,,nry; comn-erria inter course is car, led on by hills of exchanece Ibtwcen the lare cities, and the people at large are left ino a rape uip a few coinsl I by their hard earllillngs.the m1, ofr hich an to II nlp the s.b tre.asur..yof the an-rnimet. 11ith u, it is paying tne gov ernnlmt gold anid sailerr. while tihe peaple ae to halve Bank Paper; or in other words it is creating one kind ofeurrenry for the government gentry and a.other for the preple; land to wcrnwn all, take away all plaer over the eu.loldy of the pub. lie funds ancd give it to the President anId his inioans. Pennstyltania Polilies.-We have iates from arrisbitur, to the 820th inlt. All rnmai ine qtIet aince the troops were called nut. The mob has been dispersed, and the Legislature left itI its own delibernlina ' in pecee. T'le Senate wa- proceed ing with great assiduity in its investigations reln. live to the election resurns and the contesitd seat, of its mrmbers. T'he two Whie Sentlor-, (It II and Malely) froim the 8th, or flun'ington distraer, were admiited ri Ihtir seats after full investiga tion. Their rights as members were tusanined b the law and farts ; being legally ret'rned and having the highest ntumher of vt tee. A eoirntte had troeed,.d ,to Philadelphia county to take eve. dence and examine int the eorrttptions and ille. gptlity of thle e'eetion for two Senaturi fronl llalt diatriet. It is in relationm to this election that the lmob assembled at Ilarrisburg. The Senttir hall likewise adopted a Report, by a vin lf 2 to 13 declaring that the Ihytg diviJiotn itf Ither lliae, presided by Gel. 'I'.S. cunninitghtam, at s o.) eater, is the only legally organaized portion of the repre entativs-l-hlvlllng breen coim osed tof id legally returned mlemnbers, while the loco fors division. aver thitchi M . Hopkins presidtle, s tilt.eal; bt ing nrganirzed by ly 48 leU glly returned Int nber ,,ou of 100-t-1he whlde niiltber allowrd b)y law. The 'iV i ntenmthers have ets tlt up lirtily and manlyt far ' ha ,. .lion and Iaws. ''his cours to right and will sustain tihen, even if they are thrown into t minolrity. They are detertined that the lawo shall prevail; and ialt all the conttsta,dl electines shall be decided by dt:e course of law Where cotrruption and nltmee.,lndu is ttlrvet in h'iding the elecitons anld nl.ini the returnl thereof, the election in such irt a will be atntul led and sent back to the peopl. Wi cre eielllbet are shown to e leceally eleted hey will be pier mitted it hold their t eati. A itr' P.ntloylvaniit Lpuisluturte noiw stands, there are r20 wattll and 13 bhe Itea i n the Senate; 52 w.lhis alid 48 Inc focasin the Hluuse of Represrenatltives-~a iin tie whlieg II majority in joint ballot Somen changes' will no doubt tlake place, when all thie contreed eleetions are decided. [ult it yet remains to be see what the Van lBulren party in tlie Illose will d ; whether they will choaose to hold their illegal sit. tinga sep'arately, or join the mann body anld pro cea d to legujar business. The nllslernned LJetaocratic Press nlmust have a thbrough snntelnpt lo, the knowledge of their readers. if we judge by thae eormous drauihte made on their gulilitilty. A few days s.aiee th. Courier had the hardiho d Io I ut forth the asser tion that Morris, thia thorough going, whole lioe loco foco and abolliian Senator frotlm Olit, belon ged I. the whi4 party ! and yesierdiay In order to stave offi thie entorious union it tihe nbolitiot ieta and loco foco's in Of i, the Iree I esterdeay nes r. ted that Beljalltln ITappan, the iucrresfitl denieo erotic candidate to dtipply Senator Morrti's place, is no aboli'iolnst ! Dote the Bee know t a ' better than Ihts? or dces at only seek to deceive its ret. ders? Benjamin Tlappan ihe the brl her of the notorious Arthur Tappan of Ne Yorl infatmyl! nil pariakes the opinions, and principle ol'hi, wllole sable loring fittilty. Thini fimuy device of tilh Be ec in e crive no one: it is easily seen through, and bears upon its .eary' face the evidence rhat the writer was con scitlo s that Tappatn not ui ltly is all aholitionist, bill that all who giv e thetselvei tie ietrouhlle il t thillk, ttuat are that he is. In a previous p'anlarllph, the slte a : aWe truct emst sincerely tht ar. arl i r will not be rt.erleld, bil thatlIi G ll trite tr n me oitr ire to lrlllltltlillted wilh nholllitini-nl tony be, cl ,)seo It were better eltt a atderlust shoteuld ICae'Ieeedl elli .il' 'tnre,di t :l t a.n aan en timy to ill i south should fill this illn )ortalul oI.ff e. This is another hopleless attempt to inllead tlihe judlgment of his readers: lit'h Bee lkns full wtell that Gen. I.3 tie must fil btecause lie was not an aolitiottist, and that Becj Tappan, one of dt" lo.tc not riotus of thal tnllfmou trlbe, mItut siucLent, fr the very opploite reason. The very fact of illle being an admi iistlntion mnajority male this doubly sre:'-had it eea otlher wise a diff0itent tort of Snator than one ofl te noted Tuppan wuu'd hive been selected, but struggle ac it may the lw:o foct press cannt bribel the danunting fate tht Vani Bliren and his prlty, are leagued, heart and soul, wilh the eltteities of tle suoth. It is our own hbe. lietl'that the econd pateraraph which appears in the Iee was written first. and the eon above quoted was put in as a tfed off, or feeler. NEW Siter' EIow LUCK.- ['het gentlemen corn. prising the dlfferent bhot clubes iny see at our enunting rom an oar, the invention of el. J Fien, which supplies a desiaderatum. T.ie advanti ges over the cmcmon row lock are thuse: the oar is not liable to be lost overboard. which is the fre quent cause of fatal accidens;: the power is in. creased and the friction greatly lessened. There is eanrcely any noise in rowing discernable, anld the labor to the oarslnan is amade catretnely easy and quite regular; besides neither the oar nor tire gunwale are liable to be worn by the action. It is adapted toall cla.sea oe boats, romn that f ea man. of-war to a skiff. It ai ornamental ios well as use ful, and the cost is comparatively trilling satd ulti mately cheaper than the comnlon oar. We have no great accident by flood or field to recount since our last. Our immnoral population having ccotmitted no murdera, have been guilty of no thefts, and no fights have taken place vilth In our knowledcg Weeditor.taf New Orleans are not so firtunate as ous pious brothers of the North, even unaible to fultlllr daily a string of paragraphs, oul errors, child stealing, chdll findJig, seductitns, criti. cone,. &c &c. Our poor beti;hted fello,'w cii amusing themselves at one of the many of our balls or theatrea--poor immnral New Orleans. R No sooner said thndone...Theo new pavement of Union Street which was broken up on Friday,was repaired on Sat urday. or The Counril of the Second Municipality i-y convoation of t His Honor the 3Mayor, wil asromble for bnslne"s, on Wede- n day thao.nd January at 5o'.lock P. M. Propriarions, we uderstand ha.e been mtad by the Coun- de cil ofthe third Mlunicipatity, to certain of the Banks of the no City, for the redemption of their notes. No dounhtthey will it ultimately he made good. and there can be no danger in ta- fe lug tihem. The Races of the Louisiana Course yesterdnay p Spr.ved that the knowing ones are not always, the d winneri . We were not on the the turf nor had we nor osual excellent chronicler of sporting evenltsi d there. He was let down,as he would term it, *t W. are however, by the kindne's of a friend. rt enabledt to give the result of the race, which is re. ,presented as one of mnch interest ; it is as followt: it The Poney, I. 2. . 1. 1., d S Jewer, I. 1. 0. 3. 3 . 1 s a Charles Magic, 2. 3 0. 2. 3. Dandy, d, 4. 2 die sr Time. Ist hea 2, 4,-.nd 2, 2,-31 1,5 ,9r- iy 4rh, 4, 9-5 d'ont know. r- The race to.day will he between the Great d h Wapnoer and the captivating Zelina 4 mile heats a for$2,500, previous to which there is to be a match S 00olasde hbetween Big John and Tarquin, and a i third race, dr trolting match for $500,under saddle e- mile heats but three in five. To TorINso. A match race to came offn t Monday y 31st DIecember, over the Louisiana Course for a Id thousandr dollars, half forfeit,-mil heats bheast 3 n. in . under the saddle,caryin 135 Ibthe. each, no of distance. B. Kendi_; names Bay Horse Pompeii, at F. Chease: nre. BRay InIrse Cnfidenco. FIRi.. Ar about six o'clock last evening the alarm of fire was heard, It proved to be in Delir lsreet between New Levee sand Tcihapituuler We understnd thnat the old Rookery known as ,t Hart's Suar Refinery, long since ahbadoned at -quaoriin rtenants was burnt down, Whirtier arny b ilther damage was done we could not learn. Ti he Sin is no. alo iethercirrect in givint our - reply toI the ione thie editors addresctd ui orn F Friday. Besidles refusing to answer directly or in-i directly to this query, we said to their mnesrn :. ger: is "Qui rapir, ille facni," 0- which in plain F:nglish we trans elated to dlit gentle - man, II there is stuff in our remarks, for the SaSun to make a canf, lht him d,, so an I wear it. to TEeATRICAL.t. Arnie lh-oll.n antd the Old Eti.g lish (.rntlernan are to he repeared at the St. Charles this evening. 'The latter is a first rite old school ri comedy in which Finn plays the princi(al part, ei and Briwne, that excellent comerdinan and first as rate artist, the prt of a modern dandy. in At the Camp Madame Lecompte and Monsieur d Martin in the Trant ria. &re. Mr. Sargent'e new tragedy of Vhtasaco, was received ' I at tile Park, New York in a flattering manner. Ileild, 11 former y of the St Charlets i lauded as an e\relleot c-. ;r tor ,ho perfurmed: the principal part exceePrnly well. -liies Itiseher, also, as Izildorn is much hepraised, both for her phvsical properties anti her intellectunr endow id meats. The tracedy is ptoIuonced a very goud one by tile New York Oazrt:e. 1 The duties paid by tict aiucltoeers in the city . f ihtlarhhIhis, for ethe qu.rter ending Dec. 20, at tamuntl ti $23 7711 30. i'he citizos atr i , sosr uut ,, N. Lt., are obliged io Perfnorm patrtl toL In rd agsatst the great nuln bher of inclndoarles In that city Twes n)i-.tree tir mberts u1 itl Senue of MAIssn. chuserts osny a re lected, all but three of whout are wl ga. A reie. t" asslcta,i :n ave boen formed pursu. prl to thie proveinr t ofthc gelers aie l nking lw o New York, under lbd e ntline of the Illlitedt Sates Blilk at Iutlfl, wih a , l'tilll u0 $100,01 0 wi h liberty to increase it $i,00),001). ithe asociatcs ur, P. A. Blrktr and . n.. !e1ile, Jr A s econd trial elect a nle vlllbr of C'onZtree from tile 4th Dietir.i, lnlsanchusalt.,ds llnledi; the whole cast was 8-478, Of which Nult s ua,, Brooks had 3862, W\Vi. Parmenter 3963, and sca' t trrin, i63l. Partn's ter lads Brooks 103, but sill wanmt.275. It is said that i'.rme:nior canllnt be elected Benpjanin Tappan, tile Loco iouo abolitioniet has been elected Senator t- the Unilted States Cougreas by the administration Legislature of Olto. United States Bank Stock onl the 20th was sold at 60 days at 1214. The river was trozen over at Louisville. Preutice says it is as cold as Lapland. Bnsiness very dull. The Congressional proceed ags of the 20th and 21st are of little interest. John Q. Adams, had brought in auo:thr bundle of petitions, about layti, abolition, and matters and things in general. Business in New York is represented as being very dull, aulholthoghere were indications that the spring tbusiness will comealrnce with great vigor and unusually early. lIl bread tuffs the market was inactive and thile stock incrensing, yet holders remana firel. Miehigtan.--'lhe Detroit Free Prelas gives the follow ing official result of thile election for members of Con gles.s. Crary, (L.F.) ]5,560 Wells, (W. 15,199 2il1 Pretty neasr W.ig. The gain since lust year to tile Whigs hal been 615. We see by thel I'ttashrgh Advocate as. (te. l. arriun io alswer to a call mnade upon hitt by thie Antli lasoaic Cuonven tllln of l'hli delllha, hal decline I ntlcipJatnl g the selectl O that maiiy be llad by the Whit NtLonaUl t(OllrentiO. In this týt Glt (in. Hrlrisun has acted a becomess a true Whig.. \Io wish he would ddvtse his iudtlcrees partiuans to act as Swiraly. ANOTHER. ' d \r cspt' tile followintg from tlhe Cilcinnati G.. zeLoa al ,ridlay: SL'UB-TREASURY WAIK OFFS. Tilere i.n .. po.rt. stat MIr. llcrtalt late collector king otiatoot,.,hit- walked aif, leaving ar'la Sart ihn tile suds, snome $.to,000. iteprts to this t' et are just now a littlae Ilmoreeuriouta thanitie ltacts wolrUnt. 116 pi,"ion aods ta u exteIdCd l etashudowlng to all ill the re.eptiou olf putlts moset.t lir. Ilelsllwo was rtan ill(ininrnati not mnant day. ago, ot his w'ar to Texas- "y rds oa l a lealher," s c. LO' Mr. Ilesbaw,. we understand came down thie rives, and is now in our city. a-etlls tialt the oll y way to pD nerve tile colo, iea to great Blltlll Is to kick u e a row uTrn.Sn thlemselves. 'I'tto ia Irtiselv 'alto we pledictesd. If tit Parintas s'lii ,nlvt 1:.t Ithe'r oplpoenatsr ualoue tb'y will fight with -nc aomtlher, h.ll wrt Ir e killed Iff aid the other half will go to Botlry Bay. The aubuve paper has the ol. IIi hrthe Court Mlartial was estbllished in this city, we prtoullced it a humttbug I has, as cet, ose ns - hIlrn. In Upper Caueda, there is really i iarIatlcusret but ill thi ulortuate prlovice, ttteru s leusa little elsa aelln tile talllodw tf otne. Kir John t lilrlne is frst aing'hesi rpuiatiO n the enjldoyd fur fi,mneas, moral courge aned decsii, nlnd uales hlie either tha .ges hi advsiser or adeats Itis measures more I, the urgeov rof ll- tiler, e rl l, in a short time be tie trusnI unp)I) lar Govertor hat ever Lower Canada was csed with. 0ie Mothndtv the ser vral ,risoners were tried before the Court .lairaul at Ki.rgSlton. Robert FurlosngAgain.-A friend of this iodividual has wrleten to tshe New York l)aiv Elxpreas, Sayil tlhas Furlng was accidentally dllwed and not vliut tarialh at ses. lie wias knocked overboard bh a Ilsa av seo, an d when taken out of watr ite was eatitr- I Th wrltet adds: I'That there was non .tch iuehrreot aexpresionna re speCting Sllen Jewet, mad use oaf by hiit a. has been statel and tile last declara ionsi by khim os the subject of Ilia teslirony ill tse sase oC iobins tmo.l at s t ily ex olleratedttl htt fiom asny cimrinhu ittc ti that ttslter. Ils ws mset u sadly nisltsako, and lie silloe ibesat Uda seived by IRobertson hiotseif. i'hat trial ss stile means of ruil to poor Furlog, angid aow ier tha sake of lis amoialse and ufilcted widow and ftlilv, it is to Ie ho tped tlet at more OCltss us i rrnastives will epilear rea speecting his m-lanclnly fate." WAtsn'lroru. 20, 1838. I'NITED STA'TES: SE,\'I'TE Mr. Rtves' reselrtionsa. offered yasterday, cate helsor thle Sasnse. lie iianie onO ti his very ahbls, sitd itat steach50t in defen". of Ihe Resrule'iolts tlh.re'', t.sig tlo t Iiccnsiot alao to review at (.Ol sldrhlble Ir;IIh the pIltcy of Ihe Governmenl teuaehiag llt Sub-Tr,,otry Hill-tlt U. St.tes lunh Ii Itht' ease set a lisale tf ionds--and. n reis lallil to the g.Itorul iill(sacil poliey ol thrie sdt. Mr. F.iI:s tlsol nl. the ocresion to express hil. c. toe' ".fertei5e rnfri -u6 e're s pron enroudl fer j ci hIe Adnilsicration, icomlenlnerd earnestly, hot rr h pe, tfully. upe the Pr,,es.iect's ?ilessalge sm!i 1Ie - Report of the Secretary of the Treaurei -spr.ketit I the letiet of Mr Bi ldlie I cnirast wiih 1it RIp; i t of \Ir WloJoLure-giving preflerlen.e l ilt tur I in ulislernmlllnt over ihe laot-r, bee u.se ,.I its : d ar anti mnlre positle chalac-er, lie tile uhe dc d mrenl there w a di e sldne ss whi n was i otr t i re srnderstod. In the other a e.i, ise wi ht ,I. uid no, be uend.rstod. lie spoke warmly of the Sub-Trenstry ill- decl,red his belief that the triend~l e f the Adlli nlsl.atn o r, mtally if them at lerst,-li:d Inot 00 - n ielcee in tle schemeP, and lonily ikep it iup in a fetnt ir deceive ceralnJriino a ,of the petlp. Mr. Rives also expressed hilt belief n thie ctiilty of using Silte Bank Ilstitutiiuncs for Gov, rollent pulpr. a*. Mr Wright replied to Mr. Rives, with some d - eree of pary eptrli which called forth a r.l joInd r from 11i. Rives. Mr. Vrlght answered again,c cud Mr Rives rejuined. Mr Nil a sepcki at some length in anrwer to Mr Rives, coimenttring pp tile zeal oi new colverie, and s.eaking under great excitetment A;,er Mr. N. had fin'ilted, Mr. Callhoun took the fleor, and spole in defenet of the Sub Treasury Btll-againi s trile D. pesite Banks, & in dclut, lillon o the olilllinl It the laie defalcntions in Nrw York went to chow tie utility of Ihe Suit l'rneatry Bil. Mr. Rives answered Mr Cialhoun, and Mr C. rejoined, when the Senate udi.l urned. Ma. SwARTwoUT.- Iihe W hinltorn curresporl. dent of the New Yrk Coutier and Ellquetr Ifur

nishes the following account of the detalce., iiis of Mr.Swartwout : It now appears, from official tratements by the C;,mlteroller, that the der ,leatiuna amounlts r $1. 374,119, and that thie Secretary apprehendsl ii;o the whole a nllllt of the d licit, will not he es than $1,250,000 It furtherappears,thait (Cni, the commenr lrcement of these withdrawals ,i 11i. i - lie nlU y, the tielc was known toI the Cashletir d assistant Cashier, and that the aserstltll Caits . r Mr Phillips, for a great part of the time, kep el account, l r his own *tluar anid purpolls ce,'e, h. speeific sutes taken, and l tihe lutds Itr iii which theyi, were taken. The Secretary say*,--"It is pup posed tlih t they could int all have been evrltlt lily disclovered llll ex used, excep by the Hitd ,I icue+ persons il the Custom lII ua, at Nw Yors, who werr nwiare of lie de, ptiin c practistld." Mr. i'hillti-s acys--" The amoi unt collecI d daily would be placed II the credll ofuSaruel Swart oiut ,lnd subject II hits drl. is, rwithoutr particulriz Ig the purpose fr which they were drawn, (, h.c: was the ItiVulctibl practicee) and the slame e was al wt )s the e itt rI , -ard to all rtioneys collected through t,, thanks oll aecounI of Cuto:nms, ur ing the period before.ituicted and he availed htiueli 01o iI ar he ruqquired." Acc.oriiig , I he atne'utti retndered by ,\Ar. Piilille, dieuty Casher., Mr. Swartwer i, 'i delialttitois dluring tile yelrs 1830, 1831, and 11132, amounted tio $3i1,lOI Coiairing prineipaily o ftirfeitures, re coreed rii the United Siates and not paid nvr. In 11133 tre defraletionl w ; ineirened In $35,221 In 1834,a treaeury warrant for $7637 was reoived anUl :.'.f paid over, ttll cash wtthdrawn $6.261 ; wterli wish smi, l' ler i e·sie cl e.sed he deficit to $50,370 In 11135--Ctihl withdrawn about 43 t000 d i ,re, whicht witn . nit y tree ury wrer.ilta no, paid over, amounting to r 31,593 dtitars; and several slrtldler it. e, incieaed the dI. icit to $137,061 In n136--C1ash ,reiint d foIr refunding merch nlosl' ot loild over in eash ac. count, 80t,70 (iollire. Cash with dra. it, 970,40: which, with other it-ecs, in reneed the- delicilt i $336,737 In 1837--Bl.ds ti.llen due and not ac colu ted for, 611.-98 d ,llas; cash wie ldrnwn aoItit 36,000 dollarl; which, with oticerittems, icroued the de ticto $1,016,95-. In 1838, after dlauctina, ancording to Mr. Ph1lltpt'a aUco int. Ifrm the sumns withd re. n, fo.r money returned, $193, 61)0, he deaaention was incraso d to$1,374,119 Mr. Ftleming, A,,dior af Ih. Custom IIouse,In a letter addrelssvd tf t:wt'e solicitor of the 'Tr, a.uy, dar.d 16th Nov.'mbher, 1831, says-"[n thI monnh ,f June, 183,. h ae-s nagrd in pr,evin- the ;*nounl of bh,.ds p id, I f, and there was a s lecre. plaicy ibetween Ith I, hlt) p .y ble .ald bolndai al I , and that hke to er h-till ath rt of Ihe former ..h ti liie h. ldrr ,l Itla lil a t IIlars. This circ lum stance I menliolOed to t1i1. F.-tIllp, the ,tliar.ant ca-h rt , whose of] it i t o k thi e aj ai h book, alh t ,h informTl ed hby l1,a i tI a s >.ok :ootamed the 111 . c .rd lf all the bond, ,IlI to theo g,. v"rnl nrlll III that g ae. el". U,,on i'h -lll p y I hl1ia the b a *ll h,' ironht in it 'Sx bteil," '. a' 1 h ia I -ti- ; r r'i w' o iI'0 a-r' of f afi ea-ex i- ed it h came nee. sea r t , lI. ke thor.ugh e<xanuin ttit ia tal l U s-a--- n n s, and t., r-ender treallet f ,r itr d l Ir v l , l + a -lar- 'o i a- I ln l'l r .B s m nll tnIl )f : l, l I. ; ula i b t 1,h,Get I aIlla t n . wras . rtrii llted it sh.a s t t, d It lal allor II . ito am oiu:t du.. by the b, k- of it I' t 111o., by six o .... ''red :lid fl o .i x , . ,ti. m ' d dllots. ''ha lar ,,. in,, ci '-lllrartn a I .I' nlln ti dto t the enlhirrt ,;\i. L.t)ae na, d ra'qu sted hiat t " emin rclate Ill. 'Ia ."r. tS' aa.w,,Al . l, the ilowinal any. the .cash, r Ial r i' Id ;mi Iial I had be tter ittl trmt A1 . Swtarlwutl' yt-lt of the conil d( ion ., the bond-. I llt l.c d ia . :It, rctied greally auratriaa d. anal remllllrl d thI i I' L'st be ia poa sli le that so l; rge a detilIIn, v could ,ra ', atl i raequel teLd that the ne cont miBghti t. Ir.. Ialia ed. It aoI a naeca rdlngl) r-etxllaant d, and ,v r- b, b t af laou d pad by the rerords of the itaj" was nul~d off. Still the saine dafli. ieina y xis ed. A list a as than prrtar td of all the bonds ultchecied and unacclunlted "Ir, and was placed on tile in the affice. I'ior to this, and dulritl tie re-.+xama naltiun, Ir. Sw'artc u,t sailel lur Englannd " Ma. Ditu.' Stonw. A matioa was made in the New Yori C-aourt , Sessiona, on Monday. 17th, fora nol. pros. for T'I'.I Itluheas, lMr. Dtra's Slave, on the ground that .31. D rg land fa-led to appear aid pruoecute, and it a la not a!i.owetd by fhe Court. An atelnmpt was lso mIade to discharge Ruggles, the fellow vtna wtas Tom's anees arv -I tealltlg the llllonlley, ht ha as unsuccessful. IMPORTANT FRO\ 1 HIRRISBURG. Correepondence le tiht i ltrilnrea A mtrrtan. "Yaoar, D-ac. 21, 1838 "By the stage Iftir loarrisaur this mlorlln we learn t tha tile Senate hnvo pasased a rt*,luio dectlating the llp- lut.a' ir Vant Buran [Iouse of R.ilrese nllatlvea illto lly orgnlliza d, withoul hlow. ever recognising ih 'Cunningbhanm' or WVhi 1 tuse. "PThe lHopkina lueas saubsequently pared a tes tltiton let lring ' elt ' I slvea s to ha ' as le.a lly o ganlid atln te Sl.nalhi 1 and 'appointinga a Canm i tte Ito draft an A.lress to the peopl"e f Pno. aylvanin, r-qlei t. TIhel It' call n Conventionll I talae the Goverllnmentl of the State into their owna handal! 'Pihe existing Coldillon of thiinga had ereat ia graill tt exrtellll ul Io arrlaburg. 6A i xt r a, nrrtv,.d i York last night at tean a cltock for two Loftr no Zlns who ,ave been very ataie in supportinga tl 'tn'omllll ittee of Sarl.y,' anl thel only ioli them who wa bonell alarled oil at one uo'.lok .. A. . to) Ith' seat of Govern The foregoing letter has refarenre to tha p o credtngs at the day, tha 19th, the following pito. creningsn took place It Ithe 8. nlte: 'l'1: Senate m let at I I a'clock. Mr. Fraley, fromll the Ctilllt e.itl aa It whom waso reaterredl the s-thj.ea l of ,te ,r'ganiZtln at the Hoause of Re trpesentatives, oga4i I aln e repoat upon the tubjact, coanatolal-aUng additlonail evidenca relatie to Mr Kingsbury, as one of the contmittee, gave iotice that he wtuid prt sent t a couiite report. T'Ihe quo til-s cot l .'tet ol' on thle ralolution ap. penllledlt t l relort tar lth dicharge of the ctnaom all tee, hAr. Flniley Inoved at. amtalld by addinl tia words, "t.ind that the body over which Mtr. llpllons pIlsi .es,was not organiilzd in Itat erend formn as requiredl by the (Consltlliton and law.' A long and intmeerine debate tIhn enlu*d up. an tihe ad pint of athis raeslutonn, which was paL . 'icapanad ItI by Mlress. Frailay, (city) Bell of Chstler, Pairson and Peraose; butill ellre he latter gentlelntaa had con, luded the Senata nd jimtand to tott on Th'lursday, the '20hl, at 10 u'clock. In the Van Buren division of thl House on t.ea 19th, a resaolutioLlll twas seedt, asking al-e IaPrt , ith of ihe U.S. to comollnlcate any correspaIa. d.1 ae whial Ilb may hlave tiken place haIlweenl hlint and Gov. litt.er, on the bubjeCt ot the late dtlLi ct it-s, Later.-By Inast light's mail we received the Bar- I risltg Rlatprler of 'enoterduny, coltailnilg a rrtnort af lthe praceedt-ta ill le Legislatltre tn iThursday, refer red to ill the lett.r uboh . Proceedinga of Thaurday. Illr l'Pnrose resmedl and concluded his remarks, in favor of lit-h renolutionl declahig tllH at n- oIIt. orgahi rld tnder AMr. Hopkilns us lpel.ake, was illegally conll - tlllted. llMr. Frailey, of Schuylkill, iil owed, ani was suc creded in tllh dtebate by ,It. F llerton, twho conclttded hy nltuviltg 1 all td nl tltetl tto tila rC +la t titll. tlhat the allle of "\ofilletm lropkia" ho srickPen Oul and tInt I ' atn.aS S. +natt tgtah t' tlertta d ilt tat lact,.--lr Follaerl'aa te llao waa eatoItd, yea- l 13, Ily2lO. '1 hie rantlutiotn tt-, Lrttg tie illegal -Hganizatioti t f tihe riplea or Viltl ialen House wast tahe ll SallyV adottl of %li to 13. lalthe Van Bur ua Ilousean the aflernoon oflhe rasth the l llowin are-ltttuioll . atotttieoed by tll. Broadh, ad aid lhtllllanl-it a-adoplud: Whaere.-, 'lhs Houitse tao dilly orgeanized ni tile. 4tlin.atlllt , ( l)eat lllo r Ili. 1::3..) ntld gove totice o a tihe Stllate ofolalth orgflliti lllt, o ttlltd Inta hIeld ito ae. stuna evry tallya :tae fltt I-..ri td iti I a Ilall, and too ot recei·ed ~ln nllcilnt (i lllahllllllniai lt to ati .ttat r tla etae. a c. oldinalte branh :,f dla gvernlea t, i o,.anlirzedL allid ready ao tg-ape. rotbtaetLh ii in tIe dutia. detlallnn tn Iht Leftilature ot Peuast Ivaant: Atid ,hereaa, tIhe piublh gtt-l rqtn-l. that atl a Legnlatatre should prao clad in tahe dll.ahat e d aLi-o.ffli.atl dutie, IIomat Il aid aL arwia.it, aatet'dttig to tie (t'.atitu ti o tand ittp taw.t And rlatett, ,imIoyja{ar.I bIy thlejOUna..laof tIhe proae dinga of the Soltal-, ail that hody hasa ilatd upot. tit. enantitutieoal tnrglxti a uitha tli uas of Uepnol tive.s,naith decide' thereon:- ld wherea ,t, his ldI :iion the Legis!anive idepartenmt of the tiveruinielt lave Iectlne iloperative,- 'Ih.,refore. Rns,,:v d.d, ' 1.1 a co , tnr e Ire tllllli l', , II to r'port or Il, t 'lll.-i.lt·, l l II a n d lll l lt tijlo l ,II 1" I- 1:..,, allI \d , .4r n the fltl ltttl; .It II' ( nllllll , . nl''. l..... I k.el illne ak lllnl i tl H eauCea lll x I' 11i I. - - III n .., ot r ( r.oi rlli t r oim ,d, dIlhalbi i,, of '-\ ii ,-Hrelcinnd, Fielt, F¢ i', P'ra , \\otudI frt, IIi,_gi.l;lud Iitiller. ~-cc- -- Ilemin -1, I-' E:KLY Ri.F RI OF MARK TI'S. WVednesduv, P. M. C irtE 1hera iL n .rslv iiut linitled huinle is 1, j 8 ir- of hlo it ()) tlozi's at |ti 11"2 i 11 112; 211 I.a2.auiru at II ua 1 --.,I fI.r hinie -11 - SOr'TiN. Th eltas hbern minehl del.and f1r I, p . in. lu alp lllII rtll, nr,I it iIhere i l l I. 1 i, in irice, na I lhrl y any re so,,n i pcl a .Ir. lin, ±) In) an p -e , nil -cs Ino rnnId a 1 , -., h. S, ' i of g lhout 6 0 Orleans a, Iro, I I a 12: 3901 11 hi',- a, 14 a Il I 2: 3 11 FI, .itao at II ,liD f Onil eSi N6; .vhv,nt,. liin n!nc .a we Iave uIr. lavle, 'here was tI" re nllitlllllllll In h II anrk-,. D... iiii .,dI- M r don i ,, in ,lro n go dr.. V1'"1` 1 -'t' "-, ~mr cabs tit (' ..1 :"41 1. ish-N, irnvalls,, and v ry hlitle dtnu. F'oi-Thir- .. bh) . n ,tc n r.ii Hnr in snve-'t inlys: ) lhtm hi Illd W esternll Ialliged Iron 8 7 i 92 5 l'r.y, G..dr etown cd lowaid ltret it li 7 62 - 87, Fruli--i Vilhlntl Ihonei. ir n-S-,ils of It iR, a I I 4; Rarley at I 1; Con old.nt 83; nw at 15 c, n'l. Il-rmlp-- l or tc ivity ii the la.rki , iand sales iI '2 27 Ili,.--A lt of Souiirern o'd it IIi'; and 5900 drlei Chl li at ret lesn t Irsueoired. l-d,.,.-15 ass ."1 nillan s. Id at 1 0 i I It. Iro-n-S-,ne llls al of 100 tu.ls at rates at I, Il,,wn M.,l n-r-- el . nf ari rinli '` elnd Guadilellnlr ,II, 1 . A Iit ,i Prito Ric-, at 30c.--v ry liittl at Sa lkei nid i t littleI dllnal d. .',vl S.nrra-i-No anlt hnav ecoleto'our know .d ,e. Oil-- A snile nf E lti sh Li,.l.d It b3'. ProvWrlnil-- 1l thle sligihtel' iiiage in Beef or P rk: nie i-ils.or I.nr at 13a 15e SIc-S-al-cr nf 13)10 ;l,.ks i riIes not kn,,wn; dilni.n I lr Imiilri- vlru bIinI, d. S. d---.ln of 250 ca.aiki r4Ig i t IS i0: ; ndll 500 ile.n n' aI6. Sl rit -Hlr ldv no nuilo nn aclivie. Ir ish whi kr. it I, Wh'hcey a 3:1 a "l-i Sn n..r--A isaln oi thIe nmWei t'rt N-v 01- n ati 8 : nilne wlicie Brazil It . l4; 7r0 bhnxei li.annn aI 7 1,2. a8. TonCoiannsrnaNrts. -ru IAnonii and iitonmorUIOw.., lWant of nitc- cei-nited their luulicition a-uny. A CA tO. I11 ( riendt and teh inlhn!,it tlltlnlr lIfhe tl geiern:l ly, that her bhelefit and hIs appenrance (brseveral thle r vJi v a . , "nt will the ilace oin 'II ItllnI)AY thll honor iof acrPp ing bet lell n thel, fit- thp" 'ollir e t[ e, il eINI bar''r o .iAnne LotIll y il the IIW itoric' l tragedy f fI the title of ANNE I.sLEYN. their vxluhle aid, ETan ,r il Ri ai.) I ',Vt OITE F.n R wCE, it iexnitI ii wis th r s(l.an PC/it r. .' The Box Book is now op.en. d.ll- It I p nen rh, first fill' t t ntorrow, JfIII ( (v( let It is cnnsGll.trlcl, I and ha, ben fini'h d, in tle lno't worktnnli k st l., nl' fromk l its luoatlior nor Othe .e & luasin, nnh l adjilin n IheC(arro lltol rcil Rod, h lis Cnr, lihke the 'ndrneui EAT i I A..lKS I'.) horntl e oulstrip, in qailtirv and l areleit of every thing therei ex. peted thll can ' rll ifv le lpa I .te t mih n, any otl er inrkat iti New Orleau-. It is llrled h)y Mr edlter. d31--1 ILOUIR. 9(1 bills afoanl lnr sale by .' d:l ex I)tl. Y, 4 I" New I. e ee. w11IsKEY--llln bnrrsi( rIecifiedl, ilt wi44(, ly dUil . I)())RcY, 4 New L.evee ditr sale by , li)llS.': , 44 New Levee. d3i -)' rhi stle tit A imi of atC largeeiic English atd IlmeitiRt Anlnuanl+ fotr ln39!)--A mr+ fine thls with ( nera1vi, nnEIigi el!f ilcncid lr rr l,;eit li :ns of stnanhld d ..v % itsn lirl' Ih hh ing,.., suitaltl,, fir ire eait s, will fake Itc,, h, t't rte , Ihhi, ,,nine, Dtee.l: lq, at the+ store UlLder t'el I:El hang:, Ilon1. t"1, . ('"ha'les tlreet. I'1I--1 It J Bank oi I. ,isv ille fi, . 15,'l lr <.Ie Iv NI T-'l'."Aio & AVI.I;Y, Invei -r t l. NN l . r I II-O.. 75 -l& ! , - t ai t r nit , I2,, C"leibyt I eft 1l.. ,.i I ' (,N\, t)il Io aidale b, 1 .1 1, lit nY ,\". , .1 t " e+rr (ten lie -t elolhits did t i lI, i e by di till "L &: IIR) aNg 56 in9.t iship 'atiiq n, iad for sale I lh y d31 7i I', vhrna t RACING. NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! LA S iSY-FAl' '~N:I' I,\13-LOUJSI.L..) COUIRSE. tEiIIE FAiL. MIIEI'IING, 1I S.-nereant Dcy 600 yds. each heightsbl. nor,, en Dr r\J)I'CIn1' ifi It Tor .jonl and .lie Pullinenn' b Ii Big Johln, to co ,4e o0' a 12 .joinck. Second Rare. Jor.ny 5. Puree, $5,511 I. r m ilt, heel, Tihe Helonll boot horse to receive $5 11, plollillyd noon- than111 TIIII betweenl h··lt-, 45 Illiullllc* lj-IIIIIC 1 11 ,tote I..lnthlnl, dan by Sukhl~llil; ; 1137 lb,-.Sie,,l and Bin,. 2. Jan. S2. Garrison entersell, c H';gore, 4 \rs rl by Aini.Ibrlt', dewn hb y ,nri, 00,'t.I) bline,,6lorii0 bln -Rted all 1 Retrl. T'lirtd Race - Trollin .M,,brh. $5110 teld., unde. ndl!e' mile helm, nit-ht 1 in 5, lh. two en H Iy ticlublln,,b opi and Flunk Cbhase' b II Confidence. I1tN'IY A TA', LOE. J1 C IiliAN(3I1, SIA sIl:'I.I.E LMA RIC.NY, detP31 Proprieto GRAND STAT IE~ LOTTER1Y. Nuts. I, Id, 49, lbe Cap1ital ri',ri, ,f $7000, was lnt inn a pnnkt, tit t lle lanvrr'e Oltiln. Ani Noe. 4.161, 9,', The tlird inptital prize of $1,20J was suld by Sir. Slinleutl Rlblnk'o Ainidr. Iligb.- I'.rite $10,0011-. Pilckt only $3 010 Ch.- No. 711. Toie, drawn'n ,I 'Iii- Dl', It, c. 31.41 1333,1a5 .,'clIoc It. n. at Bli-h,1n', [tis,,. Ce nll.· nI. Dra'r-inT of the 0 ranld State Lo~,trry ('Inc, 69, 41, 2, 15, 7, 8l 37, ,7, n8, I, I0 22, 10, ilk ell -2,9,14 ".4111 1111111ti10 to $ 45 :,"28-Whole T'ict.li $3 1111; 11 lynn $1 5'; Qemnli,,, 75,,. P.,,tknet .of715 tickle for $75. llrrnollled to drne nt I nt $3:3. ,f.eel .15 IlalF'I'irkbta for $37 50; Packb.en of 25nQnt-r T'iltben 6,r $18 75. Il~r The notes1~· of the. Forst and Third Munic politic, e ccrptin tthr old I6,ne., tokeln at palr at this office. F~or Packasges or Singlelc Ticketr, apply atl T iE AIAN.IGLIl'S OFFICE d3I 10, Clhnrtnnitrleel. Ad1) .- 10000 kec1. 'jnljnll tlll l1f laid, of nnuperior I4 .1 ulnil, ler sale by STlETSON &AVEROY, SI T i, ,,e nitl mt the Ne.t ' cleans ttion1,ert's IIll, In [1 Thetdif t nlrierndnul,a playj in 5 nelt, Iy J. Sheridan Kali- 1---, 1. sq. The Laddat f Loe, a n ,usicil dmlltnnin I act It T. Ildyi cnr tty. IF JOlIe S Alnl), e131 rStCure& omnI I I.E SPLENDID EXIIIlIriON OF TIlE IAJ ESlIC. The Gsirafi, or Camnlelopard!! 'JIl I. Ie Ilplt uIjnl from1 lEiN n'l'llbe A. St. to Ill N u'e5,nk i'. ii. ,'rrv nu.de, loii data lo111 r1 1a thle Ilotlrer oC 11. Charlne and PerdJid, 010001s - And tI gi~n ll an olpmll tuihity to see nul xaminll, till gtc.leri clllilil l oftltllll llallllll n lhtnI vrllilllled in lire Ullllr~l States, the pet c o f d Idlsion wll be or. re dot ell m 50(:ems. Children anl~l d 'rTrall.s , half price. In tihe Illijlligl Ig l',ie , Mi. S. It. 1i. 1N .lLIn, born witholut newsl, will eoritinla I his fstliihhil g tier. ornititi . Adllhi'tnillt S:ceuts. ,131. REGAT'A AT CARROLI'OM. Ci :i 11 iIrguile it lt llnlild ilt l',roltnn hitp 7' 1 J.'ll Bei ";tie, nall fNinr (iarnd ci, nl Ihows, row'e I b itnl,,,l''I '0,$ 10011, Tilr a prize of a slier I',, Ii Fr llld -niece. Tiie follu ing entries Vote; alrrull· been msdr:· The A rriel Root rlsb, of Now Orlvntor enter their otur IllIe d Mlolt Ariel The 'S,1DRIT ii'e AT i 'U, of iut. ilo inter their (4155 Iared blient [dAIRY. ll, Rlr eaISA f lo il race must h i m-len or'hr'o, r ttlr .511, 1., of Joauul v, d38-it UN N\' Ii %t. _"L:·"· l· ' "od3 ourlwll ((i1IIuI d58l ISAAC IIRIIH:F. H a), 1-jl 2eeg i t st Sit. Charl~·es ThdPI.71' i. 1111 V 'I , .1, At, h. ` Iattrmo a y Ills hott lit" I II IlrII I'1i? 1 rlirlun; I".n, P~ey lit''", 8"1lO 31,3. Piuttr, A l b il. Ft rt Br unt I'sr . 11',r w 3&Co' 1. itu"Com BOil i. lot , d, , ior an "K I (iNagt. (Oh'S alii)t' . 100. J t llt, 13rs. PlaI ir , ,.II IC n 1~ li~litittti ftnr (lttc,ld,',..r at)illP rttltttttllttnta al . (t at itt ''ii~alin OIblro DI,:?·l~ (IN w'1 r >11 1t 1' c Pa.L li"3 CE CA N,1 witt iqtii N'e8tw'S Y 90? Ile orl n t ., "l6"" 1"AO. , e ..." 1 ."..,,4(1P1( 8 be i~l 111 ..f C"itrattot it eit 1 t 3081,114t11il1ot aIttIttttatI t itia t tatin ii l.it11a Cay "fr ,tt iet!' ttalol it ta y'Iti aqttattinI ttrlttllko.'tA, Mr. Iti. pot o'1 1tinr 114..+icr, Word,~ ,~lllo o~Or ob is CI, n, dIa IIIIC nlpl Ili il Tl· n ll~n 1) ooll s olrl11·1 14 past ( ; o'c e el. l pr llillp Ic i t Iol at Lli.eenc ) SI, at 7, n ~ l L ,ir uyitol , oxe nedolar. neidll f 111: Bord ofDireto rs ofu liw l th isa Imil ul,,a have ru by e. ircl Dii Iadof wele er ent o th aia hlof n4l o te tsh ,es Dires i% A. Maitquerade I3.II, IVAU I VAJTON BAI IIOEJYI r ® 111": 1hul,ýgý"e of thl e nllr :ve I11111;(1 11nll Iluuln, crateI 1 .7 I ill tor III+I'rl'l:n and thelr Intboe fur, i t I aril felle nntrs' h bitsti owed.' ton- hint tIosrrrrtis-t re.,pectflll y mfi tt i thei m that O t he isd iy Ii's ro I t t l n: been eulali gr(·l fu~r the n111nu1eument of ,,knobsIII. and I m)1 dergon~le imalneaslrl repa~irs. The ba I~r will he Lurl)R' ,-I byNuuaa iln Ignnlity ofItt"qI ssIuore thltief n ill bIt kept by the aides[ RCet nr inE thei· 41 I nle'Si, ITherln.l s pe On ,tsilc,.,-I*ee oee,3d an iltk l ic-1 tiee itt' r buitt., 1 , ~ ROVPIIIII('I' ItPX II day aend Snrlrdlity venting, ,.'mein: the ki bllll) wh cl wi11·ll and n the1- -tof:lce I::9 dome lastis allS i in"+ a I I Q."1 :t I ic e ii:,?-I it':s:.r .-0I e111r1 1 i Ol, : l. :1": t, rl.' ktsIttI.l I~i btl.'Stiss ,I l t ('II 1 o ( I 1 ' I 1 _d l l . li 1\tI & 111 , N )I, 6 ,,r, , rt : !'" ,,1.- 10ll' St I('b.r e :t I ,L , o t l t:'F - ,lt'," -.. trli;en ----- - d l : U d , L g t R r n l1lls, Estr e plsloltisttihsst Jhills, Colts': 'o 11'3 7 '1 t ':, :,1,t. ' U1;lio \ 'I\I: :II. ,!'1 '.n lO ', Ud -th Irl :s 111,1· il r I 'iitstsf ;i : li ii tI ll .. Tantn ,'or' tl oIsitr by ossltisss;, t~le itt.i't` I iud otioi'i'st~ls'stot soot/olistitiss 113 rn· ~r bnr l'n,,i,, I: '1 rrd ps i: Ill f ( sI -1 iio t ikeg .e 11Ibrt iltt lst lat e nt's lt. BF nlJ the by 1). II. ISI.ISý,~ I~1 rlih m al J mle bea lothe f,",t liaris s side iy b 219t _sidt Ai t/lt.- sth- 1\t o I'-tssI f is A11, b7(tr.i re , st' Olauk C'lit-eke.l, h NIl I. ::\I Z lt, N' l I''.74 i sill I'e Sh w hil " FIRED WILEINSNS DEPUEV SURVEYOR GENEI'F .'o s(lSlANA. O 'r I l llit's jits fiet.Io ',',tls" stidCttt rlrs crilttion of , ;'t li it ti'1\,: €_sl5 res l at o O lIlht Isis o sof`'1'isiU j\ i ""*t0tll'\ , iit Sd. ftlotijtI, tl t,,,, corne rtis/ - trotidn tl St.i (Ie, Isis s~ Its-s t':tosstsstiI+I, eel eoslis i Its lt n' beensiiodsssito ithe niissilys hr//sot 2eIls betms/ 1 --'melttltlltS l a ist Nis ns Cnru!,1" I" e s u. jt+ 7 ' L'NIE II:IIA NT-s out1 ! hite I t ltOIh t tllt. CIssits' Iss .7 us/s qi f olst li,"noe r I iossottsfitlt ± l bh, l'otstsin g lissss s] ITi ll 1111`LU A~I·II( r l'sito's'sist' (lFItE, tttI'1!. eCllstosI"sotst tsj~itss4 S/so lts:s.i ii- lIiol Is' rro os nrvoo "tj Itdis ste ili.~ i Ii si-ohesr-w i m.:u. A,. t:Ic ul h: cu, nrr xf('o oft\e l ,113:/1300,' t v I ,s)ir, let. 5 l st ii 10- tlo ~t, l 'hll I .fs lib sstits nools if DEPUTY SURVEYOR GENEn~s .~ct u ..ur v ISIANA.n +'6 i iei l proheilol T Ln dliths lie Iexe cla 4 V s it us te lt ttit, I le t m rt1111 itd is s Ihis itisiul sit Itto y I'slcl luls I Isist~ xdo i nlissol lithe siaets d' ws lls sn Jsyilt'ti'asitt is/s-i iN odStt'sh sstttre iss. c dstr 1s b3.k. JLt i lIlY I int 1''UI. C U Comping Komi, lo s' TiR totI s. J ill Its' h'lK, ,,t .Inta CE, St.Ch tr toels oix l its a Pits ithoe i aii ingtI sit1' ctsand t.t' Its ý/~ ~~~~~'t 5i itt :1.11.1 lo ree titlititi s 1.thtlls l t . '1'l. .1' V IY For sale by \Vl ll'l I'Itllu t & ('0,1 (( "H 0l, 1'1'1:-_U cn,, , sweet C utum , !timri 2 1 . iislc ior NE' UIIILAiS &i5 kssIInILLE ImI POwde, N `O\is I -loll r5 Lit isolsto. t li il 3tsktii kegOsslioritstng oo deti fa sits lis v Il iir ii isissi tt t N lats s tiid stittig is-, :3 r MIS luckstsi sits hiicosed ont 'b'unoystttt ýstii hl [ ttsts sin ts n sIit a~ind8th oi Jalit r il ses- .N te mut Bills f ItI s lt i s idss o thos dCI u+ I t ai tti Iit l taipre vt i st . iaf I ~' o1' t sho''. "Ithetl uutly pe i ss''s-s.' tl'22 R. o BT. J, I'AIFa ·r th Ca-bier.~r -J--- IT BNK F all r tl Bank wll nr clo ss- ui t te 1 Jabof peviou. U rra :. dleetlIt hu n u lh Modysp iu. /1'' J FtY S .wers .T '. T heeatere. rir,t app ,.rP.uIn of Monsieur Martin. I'/ isd I:ree no, Decebnier 31, WVill hte plri,r ered telr relei,atlei P'lay of T'le IAID OF' ,Ian*I usdoejpt. Veelltd, ,uoe Mr. Fr hricke, ie~l Klitrir Johnsoln, lailes, Browll, lrt1erta. rs G IBorrett. t srl:r , . Mrs Greene. Overtl,-, by the . Orchestra. A (;r:oud Pno del Ieux ill be daneed by .1M,,.o I e oiple uuld tMonsieur Martin. oI'vlt n lichl the ('omer y of I'ill LO, i 0 .I Y 'TICKET. cn,~ ~:ir Fielding, W\Vl oood Johrltqetn, C r'." , ~ Pacud, .." All . Coren, t ta +. Monell. , --'-'-- t i--- ItAnt Or OIILln., Dec. 20th, tO,8. r IF nnlfle,lll elett on of I)ireelIns oftlie Indtitutto., t ,ill he I( tI dl Iat ol:Inking Hettler, oln bllbtly the 7lh dvy Ill tlro III:XIt, hewleen tshe hours of Eleven i 1-1ft eeei J PNISiit onT, obhir. A.\NQUE D'ORLEANC, % I enmbre tc2 , 1838. I I X =C I`ION ( ,e lbl d.n Iiit t tour re oe ills iiuai m, nr l li ra ll ltretlt! die :i lt]oeur, Luoidi i, 7 i.; J ,nvier ptroehlill. lee t l h ires. de oo,. et de de Ioe.. o PI';lr oreoelT nd i colllie ! 1 _, _ - J. i-'. ,E IT', oiorsirr. M N VSIT1'H S RANKI,, . New Olrbtant, f foe., 1I8.4 O'I'I'- of ,'ee coiciei ;lity N., lof Ne'r Orleans. ofl tle (hc ,lioeletie io on tt' lene, 'l'wc, ond 'I hree tllurs, will hie received ien to y net nood i deporit bey hi o 'ook , an dl on nd i aIo er thi firest tdn y in Jnta. ry next, will be teeellled ill tpeie. ItOBlI'. J. PALFREY, dIt Caphier A tI,'T '0,Iii U et.hel . ',rtie, e Is , le-ing bh-- rnc of thle-s oe of" the ttoe 4:,,h,,mi. t and fitr S* - by d-5 L A (' Li, 9:1 Ciotooeonbh Dress and Mtasquerade Sails. MANESION IHOUSE HOTEL. I\,Ll\ LItVEIttt tI'T t mnedietely tn e t o tilt, s Iunlo ieo lkningt. The above e-sttablish ieect. hii llce- t-e-,oedl oit .lhodty evening, Iep. ond, R183, Birtr h eeo iinell IBel . u1 t++doc, TedaJny., willthe fll+i.oi. ehlquorsee anoi(t gooed lteoturt will be s tlllit.i, l I'Ohe. oll ,r . e', Otke ep giood oir rtt reeeeteou tilo e'lmllihlo lellu, e ; Ithere will Ihe. o ti e teo ile tomit cl,,k, rkee 4, eote. No iereonoihal be aoliited in ithe lholl I ne,,eo wili w.e'cc)Icoo of any ki,,. l i ,. ) "l.)tN' t ,'IIOl()It. i(0t)K.--A rsuJply of -J Wmel~rsmi, AcS I Blookt, reiertoid ad for oite by "it... 'I.X1t 1 Alt, -I Clsreret,r o vie:-T'hle N' No,. t allt Npllino ok andl O( .l( 'on loitK TI( utr, o, an. y en gentl. tile Third to. flr t e t urthPr td-. v tuced til-e Se,,ld do. I, tihe mcddle icl iee t; ier [-ril ilt - a esi, t1 , of' .xerotise+s in readin€, frtom o ltlredeel e to-ri,, aenllcid Ilritih autherc, fer the use of tie, hi e er el. o ici f Ne t ior'h Alo rie-tt Arithmeeetic, Gr et Ip rl eOt all eelll ce-Z ie lenleeetl.re e.t slles , tlti second IpIt, woritllg, c.rall .tio wrltten otoxvei.eet. 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