Newspaper of True American, January 5, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated January 5, 1839 Page 2
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s 08;os .yelyd at halr-pant Is b ?th ' gyi4 Eastern Mail, .Mn4 (v4 ojnvln n. 1a.) is cloo&I a n iy 6doclck, rer Tuiady, hurdayand Satur. dA t ar'' If .V-;ii is closad evar, 8I it9and Saturiday, at P M-Is - eroSludtJyfy stnL jboigt.--Armoeas rregn r » tieso a wooak. ` I &iaSra or 'Cuash Ai oij I olysoedavery ay and Friday, at 6 P 8, 1' M sat a'nd ro. b1y b -iflsoat boat Brihliaui.' ?'lid .~9 oidta or Reid Riueir iMil is sent irrego. o wia week. latoo SZg. ERC Al S'ClowM, Yor .....I.....19S Cloecanili doc.....i....1 .. basdaIph. do. iU ..i.l.,. i. .18 m. -,. Si. doi..........." .. d1 iiaocrpooi, Nor.....N...... Hcaesioo (tenio) Dae....i1N Pica Ort ...............2 Namilu, do .........0 Im.idno. Nor.......... lubolBi., Not ......... 25 Iloar. do................ FOR1T OF NEW ORlEt .ANS. CLEARANCES. Jannary 4. Skip Forum, C.ldwell, for Baston, Mrastr Lqkr Atlwlata, Wheeler, for Apalachicola, Mslter " ARRIVALS. Towboat Shrk, Thomas, from tile Paesie; havlnl towed to sa .h Rt Grawniag, laid KeItc:ky. sld ehr Heury returneid ,"' isc4Sity with shi'ps Caatnttite, and SatItn. Left the tBa "bk U t 9H1 ap8 p a, reports HBracn hr Kehtere intils the '5.r, waiting krdes. Iboud to Talc tieo. One brig. and sehr ft+m.aot liayleromt Tenpiwo, in thie river. * 'c+p~wtulia.Siwplwn. Stt Nov, from HIsre, to Matter. 2 n toheltol Vtadsaor, 21 dalys Ftrous Iloston, to Si8ame.r Gantes, Wilton, from Vieksburl..towed down hLm Vicksburt g 3 athawts. Iouded with cattls, hae, 4e, e oCdiaed to Ctptain o. board. Stenmser New Albany, Montgomery, from Mouth of Ohlo. 5I.stamewe Athenian, Farrel, from iiahit. River. ENmat r Joht Jay, Mason, Efrom Mouth of Whitea Ilivl. Iarmtr Asiai, Irtite, frott Florence and ucisCmbit. - i.itaer Niqkhr, Feannel, rom Aleat.drta. - -taw. packet Cuba. Csrcn,. from Calnstta. Tawu. -Steame Ateiltlwne Ilrt, frolm Bayou Sara. 'Sei. 1 "'msrj (lalsgOt, Littlets.', from S.emphis, has no Largo or F.XPOIT'H. SIIOBTON..P~r hlp PForua ..523 his cotton, t5 6 tides, 107 • .r and 154 bhla mo'asses, 8 rnlon mdle, 7 U s lard, 3 herls flour,. old 3 d,, pork. £ALACIHICOL~i..l'er sellr Attamta.. .1 Irh flotur. 40 brh sad khhd suagar, t0 rseeks corn, IU0 brih l -la.& 153 kegs lard 13 easks bheonn, 2 pipes -, brandy, 30 kegs aud 4 rI"ues. IMPORTS. ftJTON..Pcr ship Constantino. ass'd m.atz, 400 casks pots . toes, 5T epty hlld,. luts faruiture. &e. *iAVRE..Psr chip Belaltic . 3+. baskets wes, 494I bhls and 690 hawpers potatoes, sad tdza. RECEI'TS OF PRODUCE. Maouth of Ohlo..Per ssteamr New Atllany..50 1rlt whiskey ' S J Ferg,,son; 50 bhrl s.e.s park, ard 50 ikes lard, S W, ' .1Uthy; 29 bhrla pork. 81ill e:ty brhe!. and t165 bt. pork, " irkar e Iynecih; 6 rl74 l flour, H.n.e .atek e & lyda; t8 pes b'U.gins, 90 coroils roie. elc.alnll oo, It i ,t oallte, At. S. =oar. Lake i" Wieker. Wahito River..Per steamer Atta,iau..20 ci eaottoS, Na -tin; Turapin - Watt; H dh U 31 Lee, 5 do \V Plower. Malth oa White Ilivcr..Per ateatnar Jhu Joy.. I39 hales lotIn. M Whilie it co. 79 do Jos Barnelt, 22 do Adultls & WLisallt, 1+5 hrls whiskey, naetr oHa board' tFlorestce awad Tuacntta.. Peer stencarC Asia...2 bit coatat. Iamwreiew'Chlatmers; d46 do Fleeraon, Dle & co, 8 Ido and . hhdl toalceo, Arlmuaur. Lake Walker, 5 hils eottaon, S S VWhite 4 co, 4 do B srd & d iotll. i do Packeatt & ltk. 14I do PA asdp. 3d do I.ockrt, Fern & Donaeguu, 62 do L;latl, Fntoitte & Ea. 7 i. Ye lmattlla co. 49 Jo Martil Plas.etlts Sco, t so Cnnnor & Ielidt. , 6. o Carrutlhers, Ilerrio & co, lt do N 4 J Dthk & no, 3 do a Blgart. 13 do Allel., A,har e so.27lao .,Vl Bael, IU do W Dt'oolaer. 24 paclk and 13 budlea idoor skill, utd 2. driy hides, Hi teasenger. Aleandlria..Per stemaer Niagara.. iO l'ire,ltatlt Ki:kman, Abernalathy Haalla, 3 do A ALedoex r an, Il til I'eyroux, Arrieul & c. tl do t U a 'oleda.no, 12 dol l.alletll & l'lonp. son Virke' urte..Per stelser Gangsa..lOl It l cotton, Bennett, Feerelty t ac, l do Nagellt, Terllin & Watt, 8 tIo Jllras Almour, 1Oda Taylor r Gaardner, '24 di Laebhlti * Tholpalsion, Sdo BIurke, Watt 4 co o d.o Tu'ie:.s i Itykit, 51 do and 1' sack. rttlun seed. tietchrd Belak, it do Matrtia Pleste.ntc, 685 brls flour, 8 haltfhrl. beef, 511 elmty al,,sht hbL, ownters o bourd, case mdza e J I.levy, I rlat".g, 1. til, nllo, ll H ar. Dayou tlara..per scealuPe lrilli:nt.." Il's h oll'U, Blrko, Whttt& o. 9do II Laualau.y &S ca, 9 do A IMcuneu a& o. 5 do A Ledoux & ca,, l0 dlo Folhin. Btllorq . Daei.l,. i box ndu., Wlhitling & S'ark, blt coat, Payroll, Arcieul a co, sundry Iaruus,, backm-l Ac, owalora ou hobard. Miltls, RsKetucky..Per 2 flatboats..Ol0 brtl flour, to J Itireaa .r. Louisville..Per Htla,: t.. 1500 bushel oats, alcd 4 btrl pickles, to llder, ter sale. Gailllopoli, Ohio..Por flatboa..'i('ll brl flour, to Ai Raher. 'Hail. t+ eli. CONSIGNEES. fIestao..Per ship Contalltie.. .Gindfrey, L, wrie & Small, . 5HidgeC co. J I.t!l;allle, S J I' W'hlttey, J 'aies 4 eo,. Lone .c Aidlige. J Cockey.e. Forayllth iimerick. Slteton LkAcery, J A ierrelt, V II Slnlller 4 cu, Davis & Ilbtprt, T sttmnt 4 .co, : .ti . Ancde ,. tefha ro C t'llllyp& Oa. C Gialde, IL.yolls, J Thtyier it oe, J i)& C Jt',es. E I[aith, n Ialey, Dolbear & i:o, Gl'dm.na & Icey. F t WV,:Id & nU Frost & eo, H I. Allew. J A Itlts, Wllllerldg . ca, .'tlker nish e& co, Bas & tllawtiorne, C F Spraue, J A Merritll Cap.lta sand order. laevre..Per ship Sa'diu--Chacelolst nlapser, Samnrv, IR lli. Fondalry. RKohll, D ol & an, J Jdee, Algle;ire, Allen, Hsndernm & Gaines. , itbhal, JA MerleCll;ta. ler, (Grseathe. A Hubert, Lelollier, B Justce. alllei, & Trclmnulit, S Vigllla * co, I.oretllo 4 Vslcton, ltlon a.e. V David, Gi cpall & & e, esiter 4 Reu4d. i.ceborde 4" Faresa. L, I.oclpedtr. J III aovls.y, Adehlt, J C F;znll. I.alaldie .y Jtqnelia,i A Moreat. Rsineke, Deleay 4 ca. It L S'jeour, ItIorgerat, E Su.iet. PASSEiNGI'It. Mouth of Ohio..Per.tealnere Sea A:kally.. C Waelhb anl ralyil. IV N Bulhtet and lady. H Wila.s. Ster WVallnee, Cnpt Wasker, Winslow, MrSs tareill .altd ae. iurens, li 4i ll lisms, H R Penlainltun, R J iattle, Stephen 'Webl, W WV ahrratl, and I1 on deck. Wewhita River.. 'er teanmear ALtheinn..D 8 Ring, J Staple Jn ritol. Thumns Kellacan. it.wre.tes, Ylzhy, R oasten aend awl. C Mlorgan., and II o deck. Florence aad T.acuhlbia..Per stelamer Asia. R Lucnas. res AN icktaton. T lIays, V IProct.er, jr, Jno li llosy. H Smith, 118 Oshber, Kline, tI Barn,. IF Seletnater, A StPseer a.n, J W Mnrret, II W llywst , T I' AmIahuc., Ch.lti.nal; Day, w R Allen. J inker, J WVilsoll. Va',ctciubler G i t hoWlta ter J Silks, WV Helliman, L Thomlell. Havse-- et aittl Sauladiiu..,tr TuaaSa, Str L Amltage, and Dr lieLt. Vielksburhg..Per steamer Ganges..Anthouy Role. ed lady, J LtBrown, Jos 'il'llas, V' Gaties. Jlhnl i'lllr',r, i'm iVilsoy, W H Agnew, Jon ltad: icsk, J llal:etl, C W'alker, Mitachell, J Diles. Bayo ara.. Per elemer Brtilli:,nt-iMiae Dwesth. Mist Ber a,. is Ltlnry, M.,dda... Hla.,,cher, ,lie Ill. ll,..hd. Sic I ler, lady, daughtear ld i.ter. (ien Smith. .., dliUtere S . els. JuSdge WlVlIt hceler, dalehhler tld ,on, Aeiderson, mla, Rhberts, Becknoll, and 21ellias. ell eevi, Rtoetel, lady.' dsuhlters, u.d 2 ets. J Batishl. Cayued. Mics Illlch, 'D Fleener and svla, A lrwin jr, Deural, Wye olt. Joes, tieo Matre. Adiser. Biaanehard String, lrllterd. I.aLtdy. I) Reetsi, ady, Moranae., M SSRlet , 8 Ilirre tt and set.tlartwell, W A lsarding. WI L I1rdine. Richd W'all. I.ie'.t ic'il.on. C-I ell, wad ivl. Mialley, E R Wilker. J IH Fsrc[land, R taloelt, P eGarni, liondernino. and avt. Lcndry. lev Abhla I'one, iev J Renuthie, holor, Cahlweli, lBrown, Gotrof, J. 5 Arnoullt, Ebrune. Catrallea Cesar Stlumetti Greao. Ely, Chlbernese, EMoianie, T Weet. Galveston, 'rexaa..Pnr .twam pcket tub'h..SMreSmpte sad .lady. Mlias Satherl;lled; A E Johnhtee. B Field Callwell, ihsatctrdson aod set, A I.elland, II Braunt. J.nklns, Chuaf., 1.ckartl C Armctreng, Rndglri,. Lrockettl. T It Cokes, JoS "Rndndolh, Willinms, Uthane. MI C H;tlnilton, iV liryn. lEase., Brgpse., Iinlllttt. ilowloloper, B 'l'elsn, Tloe Wad, * I! Slanl, I. I' Heck, Klepper J I'ardlillon. It I'ardilla, John Cilhandiaer ad a.t, White. QUilllbey, J F Iorry,. Sheppall., leverick.SBver. F,egate,l It H I.eechL. C Say s., JSe I.sley, Wils. Priddy, Even, Capt Gasat. Rlcealls, aud 17 om deck. MIEM.IORANDA. alterat Now Ali'any left the Mlenth of Ohio on 54th ult, 30 inchee swater on Cucmberlantd tlst, ree in very fat; passed nasmer 8e1ma It1 Mills PaitIt, W'alk-lh To-hewtalte al Islanld iO Invetaihile at Feour tslald, Wincheic ter et I)evil's Ehbow, Tare auitn at .lllphis, : uakia at Counical lleed, Kllickarleeker it iBi Prairie. I)tal.us It Yazoo i'ts, Diana at tslalld 13, YlTwo it Sl Loui vile at il. H L Kionny a.t MIoulh of Ark. Smelte, as MSlllh ofl'hitclver, 8ltea acroad at Choctaw Bead. Reliance at Coa!ulbla, Emperr at ileas Iltar. George WaLbingtot aureuad at Prineetoa, tartalon at do, Ges Guises at Miisdgeu's Head. Spokes on the 2.th ulr, oef the ilole-in-the Wael, *hip Montgolery from Ilavre, ta ,uld to Moblile Stemmer Glasgow reperti the Missiatil .lolplted with ies as ikre - Rsndollk. Stn,ellar. T.leqalli and VWtl.heter driven ashore bhy the "a, at etatlolph, andl tio wsharf luat sunk. VtI F. Annual .lteeting of the orbscihers to the Fe m tale Orphan docety, sill be heoll t the Poy. dras Asylum, o Wednesday the IIth inst., beatween the heors of I"3 ald 2 o'chck,for ther purpoea of elect. idg tmanagers to sorte the ensulig year. ja5--10t FOR 114 VA'.4t.. - Packeooi trig. l The fist-ailing. first rate coppered. Philadilohiel built, acket brig .. O. ICIP:FFfr, Captait W aloer, 20 tont. lhi vessel hle hrbeen fitled aop ex pressly for the trade, havinto t epltlid f, rlisheod oroe , Inedatioo foor tlirty passeng'rs will plo.itively soil on Fridny next, tlhe Ilthiter t, part of her eargo beiglog eng.aed. I or remainder of frilght to passage, apply on.board appoite the Vegetalln tootkht or itn Ja5 Wn. P !t l't. Ctommon street FOR BOSTON. . The new fast sailihgot I ARAGAN SE'pr, Samnp:ooo,ooelOer,,t. t o despatch; for freight or 3. hbales Il t , or p'e agn hni g spleandid accommodatrions, apply t o a S & J P W HIT'NEY,73 Camp at PRINCIPE CIIGARS-35 N0 Prinripe Cigaso, su t. perter flavord, aol firsle hy - S. BRIItGT E ., iO. Is:l6 Magazine et INIS-o-6 ppes, for sale tow, to clo.e o consign a ot,hv SI ALL & BcROWN, Wf x-40 ttoroao hr roale by Ijai A BRdA I. '. TR ER, 44 Greeier Pt "T TFRi-I Is ke" Gophen Batttr, best qtality, Sending from ship Europe, irst sale boy r jeS S Ag p WIJit'llI'tN;,V, 7g Camp Pt - kOGRAPItIS--Giodriih'a tfoierotl, I I.rge volunoo; Mnlte Brun'a d,.., in 6 volamee; toulbis' with Atlas; Woodbridge ". Villeard' Univereal, wi'hl Atten; Onlaey'o, Woodhridge's, Smitlh's, tHu ti,,gtton', Malta rucn'e Abridgnmente. Parlr- & Beecie 'e do. - e. , init. Also, Bennelt'a Geography of the - a/J e sus , with the Atlas. A lileral dincount allowred t teaeehers and othera.pur.haaing by thequantitc, J10. ALIt:XTO\VAR,49 C.mpat i-VA S1D HA.MS-16 hhWl tor floe, Ibr sale ..ji~jy jia STETI'SON o AVERY, 88 Grovior el F PLENDID MANTEL GRATES, at 60 Magazine at Di )Rusia Mantelt Urte.s. rich, Og (Ground ecat iron Mantel do., 4, ..onting houme Grates. common, '/ 100t (3bmb r Grates, 17 .Buses Mountted Grates. 7 lOOtKING STOVEd , ;oansisting of St' an~y Rotary, V·deo do. Jlwji au do. .o io. Rtrt, with oven., To{etrit an aozetnmleot of col! Stores. Fire eaerle" * Ah'Poilo, stoe l pokers, ash pans, blowtrs lIand Oi; ,p";'ie o~lh and retail, hy J" DBasks Arcade i.At : n connection with this Otice is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE g, . tOR THE PRINTING OF f0 Pampllets Blank Checks At Catalogues Bills of Lading I Labels, Dray Recoipts, Legal Notices Auction Bills, Bill Peorms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills Circulars And every deseeriptlon eofJob WVeork athat may be reqired. l IETThe proprietor respectfully calls the attention of a the public to the above Card, antl ananres them that n all cork introsted to his care shall be done at the short- a eat notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and P at the lotest rartes, T'lE I'RUE AM.IEH1iCAN. lIDITED Btv JOav GmIBASvN. FAITILPUL AND BOLD. NEW ORLEANS: SATURDAY, JANUARY ,., I.39. DIRGCTORY.-It is contemplated by the sub scriber, provided sufficient encouragement is given by the public, to publifsh, an addenda, to his Di rectory and Guide of the City of New Orleans comprising the new residents, and the changes that have taken place during the past season. Personsdesirous of having their names inserted a in the addenda, will please leave themt with their C, professions and residences at the Counting Rooam of the subscriber, Exchange Aotcl. Cards tastefully inserted at a moderate price. The Addenda will be sold bound with the Di r ectory at four dollars, or by itself at one dollar. JOHN GIIISON. t" The .Maor and the Sceond Jtlutlieipality.-The French editor of the i'ee. has found a mare's nest, ' which he showed his readers yesterday, or rather ws we think we perceived somebody else peepingt from behind a curtain, speaking through the Bee s. First we have a homily upon the writer, oblign Id I:ons& responsibilitiesl ofeditor's duties, the dillcult and painful task imposed upon them, in signal 2 ing ahbuses,and animadverting upott deinquenocie '7 all of which is very good, but very trite. k. Next, we are informed, that said homily was called forth by a certain somelhing that oa urred in the Council of the Second Municipality at its last sitting; but the detail of the facts of the ease the writer is unable to submit to his readersat the timne, because of the lateness of the hour, when i the documents in relation to this alffir were pro t cured. Tihe writer, who evidently was not presilnt at the silin of the Council, in which the dlauhbioal oct was conmmitted, which threoaens the d. siruc ion of all order, anl perhaps trh arpp uuclring downfall of our republlican inrr tioion rests lenir. fled with giving his friends a statement of the nltter,furniahed him tno doubl by some one wh'to owa present, or perhaps by tie Mayor himaself, butl Iron which no one, even were he possessed of the shrewdness of a Philadelphia lawyer, could bL made a bit the wiser. HLre are the faeta: rth Mayor in his offici .I en pncity, applied to the Cunmplrrller of the Seenmd Mulnicipality, for a slulemtenl ofthle litbililies fithe corporation, with what view or for what porprse is best known to himself, and his adviser, in the matter. It might be that sunch statement if given would have beenr thrown crudely before the public, withourisrs antid.re. It might thus have been shown that the liabilities of the Secondi Mn nicipnliiy were very grer', without showing ;t the same timle lrthat ir means and rrs.orces Werne ample to rneto them. The Cmptroller, ill hin dis cretion, mIost respectfully declilted furnishiln the required inlurmuiions referring his Honor t'or Mayor, very properly, to the Colncil. F'ur ith, tile Mayor, exercising a right given to hJim. tihe intentirtns ofrwhich lnwevidienrly is that hirI solu ld remllve for aullicient ennse any olicer of the tMu nicipality, exercised that power against Mlr. Col. houn. The message of the M iy)oe, thus remonvi g Mr. Calhoun. slid aesigning his reasons therefor was read, & respectfully discussed. It was properly, urged, that upon a subject involvinr the erd' t rf the Mhnnieipalilt, Mr. Calhoun, had at least acted prdenrtly, and as a good ofiicer, in referring Ih. application of his lonor to the Council, frlom which bodry alo.Ie it was pretended tIat'the 1ncyor had a right to receive that kind of infornlllllr n, considered of vital imporannce. A resolutilon was imm' diately and ounanomorsly adopted, nuthoriz. ing the Comptroller to furnish flis HInor rilhl a statement, not of tihe liabilities olthe C . ncil alone, but olso of its means and resaorees to mest their liabilities. 'his was very propeily donce with the viewr the the uninitiated might not Iie made the dupesof designing men, but made ac quninted wih the real state of the uiances of the SMunicipality. After this respectful action of the Council, en the Message of he Mlayor, the uffiee of Comrp. troller, by his will having beenl vacated; the Counicil reposing undiminished confidence in their Cenomptroller, and rightly su;'prring that their action in tihe miatter ought to have remoVn d antt, cause of complnint laginst him, r,-oelcted Mr Calhoun, with but ouie dissentient voice. Of this mole-hill, which i ias insignificant as poe'ble, the nlec would make a Iountain; and sliglr.tisn the Council of the Second lMuniipality with contumnacy. But when the Freoeh editor ell that paper, next feels inclined to rap the up iown Mlunicipal legislator over tile knuckles, let him apply to those less interested, ill nl making Ihe worse appear tile better side. [lis information and views will be more apt to be correct. LETTERS FROM THE COAST. No. I. Should the space occupied by tmy letters, and the material of them, noot occupy too much space, and vet heofbufficient interest to yourreaders, Iproposeocva eionally to give you random sketches and refleclions for publlcution. Started it may be, by a few incidenla of trael and rambles by land and water in thin West and South West. And as all my travelling hy watter for two or three years past in thie wet has been by Steam BoaHl, Ell gines ofutility and danger, I will devote this first let ter to omne naltters ill relation to thell. When I state to yu,, I lave in Ihree years made ihe whlole voyage fromi N. O. to Wheeling and Pittsnbtpght in Stam Boutr six times, nmking from 10 to I",000 miles traversed. and that beaideathene trips, I hate travelled on the Mionins sippi, iitintig the Coast and all the tnans thereon, as high as Columbia, in Arkansas; for two or three win ters besides evonges tip the Red River and other strenalm, taking pannages in the la:mt two, or three years on not less than from 50, o 6q to 100 tneam Boats, and in every situ.ation where opportttnity affrded, clnvere. ing freely with Pilots anid Engineers, respecting all the promninent dangers and dificlnti.e, that threnten disas ters t, lives anld prolrey ry this mole of coavoaynce Not only so, hut I viilted all ithe leading Engine and Boder Builders in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, and made the same inquiries. Under thtse circumstances you will probably agree, that I may profess some iufnrma lion on the subject, and from all I have been able to gather, I have come to the con, Iuelon that the Law passed by Congress respectinlg " Vemels propelled in whole, or i, part by Sleao," is not worm h a " tiakers earse." And the metn who ranmed it and passed it, ought to be ashamed ofthemshelves for their gross igno rance and want of practical knowledge. The reason they can n:ver pass a reasonable law, on any branch of useful arts, is because, it is oan anembly mads up of stump orators and lawyers, whose highest merit is to serve a party; or seek an office-yet with vanity lutlicient to cover a contioent-if not tie world. In ster.a ofding like the British Parliament, who when a law is to he passed involving principles of arr, and science of whihl they know they are ignornnt-organi ing a committee to earxamine the subject and to summon men, henhre them distinguished for extensive experi ence and practical kuiwlemdge on the audject, and to examine them closely on all material points connected therowith, and then make their report, with a project of a law tomiet all the circumstances of the ease., Our wiser Law-givere. are presumed intuitively, otr otiher a tee, to comprehend svery suhjret alike, and therefole iltautk in iiootod ftfho ialunnatlion of thoase, who e devote theiri lirvesto the art, or purnut in question.- C And unlike Melmbers of Parlia:ent, who only speak on iljj+ets which they have thorodghly investigated to the exc'uoont of alnooot all others, our Members of Cdn grrs,ospenk by the day, on all alike. It makes no dir- R ference whether the snhject he one of Finanee, Comt jnerce, Agriculture, Alafitrctures, Navoigation, Steam Bouts. Steam Engines, Arts and Sciences, Foreign Relrttons, or Diplomatcy-it matters not how abstruse --how variled or however extensie, or comprehensive tlhe sulject. IOur memlbrs, frim the North, South. East or West, whols edueation in moat instances, com mences with Greek and Latin in Colleges, and ends with Law Books and Clients, yet when in Congress, they mre never silent, when there is an opportunity to V speak-let the sn ject of debate he what it may.-They 1, makeorean and do make, long speeches on every pos g siblea ubject under the sun. And after hnving them printed and sent home in pamphlet form to their dear ne cons ituetnts, who, poor dupes imagine in wonder, like the marvel of the good people of Goldamsith's deserred village. about their wise schoolmnaster, how one small head couhl carry one much!! The psesaoge of thie Seam Bnet Iaw, is an evidence of the absence and destitution of practical knowledge. Indeed, the universal ignorance that prevails among the people,respecting the Steam Engine, and the ope ration of Steam. is truly surprising. We will veniure to assert, that there is not 10 individuals in 11100, even among travellers on Steam Boats, who canl give yon off hand, a perfectly correct explauntion ofthe Steam En gine,and the manner in which the steam is let on and off, tons to producemotion? Many of them have a vague notion about it; but merely ask them to give you a hrief diaroam on paper, of its actioon, which they can do, if they understand it, and see if they can do it ? Not only no, hot they cannot tell you the difference he tween a Low-Pressnre E nll ie ond a high one--letween one kind of valves and another1 A nd what is tnoro , we doubt, whthrr, there is hoalf a doz o nemers of Con gress can tell yeo any thing more about the Steam IgEngine than the mnas of the people. The ignorance that every whore prevails respecting tile Steam En gine is truly lanmentable, not only of it but of most branches of useful knowlelge. A gentleman of wellth and much general intel li.enee, past 40 years of nee, who had presided with muci ability as a judge of one of the hightr state courts, it.ngenioiusly admitted to ns, that he never fully understnood how steamn acted uprln the , engine to produce mtnlion, until he houghtl a r stearr engine for his own use. When he privately got the engineer elngaged in putting it p, to ex plain it to him, n ahort liime since. Hle said be had trnvelled on ateam borln e n r bnek as 00 'etre, It lefore, hor hod anevr hatrned the sintpli Iroth. He said at his time of life. hel flrt tashnn tot make to inqouries of enineers, and so let the mlatter paso till he became the owner Of an engine. Flo.w mnrny to people are in the ole s siluntion? Both Congresor d men and cnstrtituenls And it is not strange that Inwe should ihe so icgnrant with regard Itt a machine of such vast il:onrtnulc ? On the performalnce of whichll su.h vast int. rets depenld! tn which rest d much life and property? About n ani chloine which I as dIone sto inmudl for the Unliled Snates and especially for the West? It has built up in a few years, large citiesand inereased the price of land iby untold miilions, by wthich.means Ithe U,States ha. re derived im mense revenues. It has peopled an empire, in a new world,--spreal out smiling fanrm,--andl nugmented in an untold ratio, the Swealth thie luxury, the refinement and comforts tof civilized lile. And yet respecting he agent of i all these vast blessings we seem to be most fatally Ignorant. The renson is obvious. We hire and pay teach era to instruct our sons in Latin and Greek; but ptry nothing to hove them learn or he instructed ttabout steaml engines; and otherbranchesof use ful knowledge. The mechanital arts aredespie o ti, while the knowledge of Latin and Greek, and the profession of law, physic and divinity are ex. ttlled above all things. Btefore we attempt to point out the dangers in steanm navigation we will first show the inutility .if the present steam boat Itw. ( (7'o be rontinted). S Splendid Ilork.--Mr. Grunt, who was last year, andi is yet the ngent of the botutifll mnnp of the \Vorld on *lercntor's prnojetion, has now tile agency of tlhe I. iUSThATED ATLAS OF THE UNITED SrTATr , AoD ADJA CCEs'r COUNTRIES, nud a inmre beautiful specimen oftlie American Artri we have never seen. The work itself te is one of the lOnte useful to all claunes of pe'ople. The Id Ilnps are fifty ill nunotr, ntd most splendrlidly execu t red, with appropriate devices and richly colored. The . price of the work is only twenty dollars. iMr. Grenl ,ca be found at the Vetanadah. IPToronT DEC1tatc N.-S0oreT Vs. DoPEEYrTeR AND Frolm the Now York Star. This inl:ortnt cta. looa Ieen rocotntlv decided by the C anncellor in avor of the Idelendanri. Thle I oui w a ,e brttoht in the Court of Chancery by cer tain etockholdere of the Nalional Insuranoe Coln pany, to reeocvr from the Directors about $200,000 nlt<ternctd from tile utndtof lhal compant by bt Ihe frandulenlt conducl of theirt ecretary, Oliver Knne. The Vice Chancllor hfoare whom the eanue was first heard, pritoitn ed a very e;lborate antd learn ed opinion in favor of the delendania. In this p1i -ion he dlecided. I.' That every man who takes pon hilmself an -l-ice of trult or COnfidence, contracts to apply a dligent attentian to its concerns. 2 That the direclors of a cororate company in apdointing a Secretary, do not hIretame surlies for his fidelity or nod bIehaviour, unless tIhty knew him at Ilit tine to be unworthy of trust or of notorilus'y had character. 3 Tha 1t1o dirter 0 have a right to rese on • lidence in tIh ir iecretary in every thiog within tite Scope of lli allllies. 4 l'That irecltors of comnlpanies are obliged to take he sant eare and clle ;lit snate dilltg.llce as fInters and agetnts, and i-e answerable for tlheir on Iredd and trass noeligeoee, and o;,r nil fauite whie 'h are c lttlarV to ihe care required of lhen'. 5 That nlthounlh - hi' tlltopany was engaged ti transaetins un uthaoristed by its taiter, and tl t re. fore illegal, a ll a tolclhtlder who had knowle'dge no such operlilsltln anl d acquiesced in tell lanld par. ti paired in ithe reisull., annot chore, the dire. curs !,s ,nal ly i there be a !.sr throukh Sllchl tranh a - It ant and 6 In thie p'orilcnlar coase, although the foliod olll ititled w re' II the hos eXltraolrdiln ry Carac ter, and it te, Into marvtllons that theiy should not have eni detrlictl, soll ,-e the directors exaolntted h-hir acotlltts l illn th mlll er uiol and custonlsar wilth suclh eitpioes, llld were itntoeoed upol iy Ltt 'gt ', they wI ,re not ( ,t , I ally liable. Tile ,omtpll aitnt lippea.ed to tIht Chancellor fromn tits leeii l, uad ie has i ow fll enil confirmed by hies Lcree thie adjuolicatioi at the Vice Chtaon T.te liase frmso Ibhe guide for direclors in the plefornonce of Iheir very Ilnporlatt d tllll , and owa rely tllrro t'lleiantclt' any ' tttrrely formtal dis chlrge of sucllh o'litllton=. The alction f the Cour.'i rf E.1ers on ihis case wiould turlllnh (whrl'. ever ni'ht be tlhe resultl) a fixed rule, whi'lh amongt the tuuItttdtit of inor oriut.ted asstc'iations 'op. stantl.y growiig lup i ln i ot cLo unlity, could not Iail tol exercise ai wo les ol e influence. BURE-U ID'.1SsURANCE DE LA CttilPA G011 tEd PVlydifrIRdS 1)E LA N. OtitLE 'NS I ES acrionlaires e ont it'r le prelentnotifies qlie le Aleti :iieulN versemeont rt doe, et devrt etre paye Ie Fevrrer Irohai, alu Bulreaut de la Compagnie, no 21; rue Itl CaUalpl. ._jAn EL TRACY, Sec. 16,000! Capital Prize, 'Tikl 't only $4 00, GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Drawing of tile Gtrand State Lottery Class 74. 211, 30, 51, 31, 45, 5', 42, 35, 29 6", 58 17. tLASS No. 74. Aitlllrised by the Legislatnre of tle S.e. Tl lie dr111won this dayn, Jan. 5, 1tJ3, at 5 o'lock, I'. A. at Itiuhop's Iinttl. SDAVIS . CO, .ltnagers. 75 Drownn tambere--t2 i)raln BalloUts. Spletdid Scheme. 27 11 Prizes, aouunotn to $203 639 Tickets $4 00--llalves 2 I00-Quartera 1 00 Paekngeseof 25'rickcte ftr $100, wnarranted to draw at lecst $18 I',lekage. of 5 talf'i'iekels $51 110 war. ranted I ildow at lcpat $1 On Pactkages of 25 Quarter 'ickets $35 0 nwarronted to trnw ert lIant $12 For p:ckagea olf sing le ti'cketel.,ply at the SIANAtEIt6 O F1 FICE, janS 16 Charttes at S"tLt'llIIhNG--2I earlescmprisintg a general as s ortnteltt of Rotndatltlta PaOteaoottao , Velts, Shirts, &c. n .w tldttd I'0Cr Shil Arno, and fttr le by 5 L BRIIGE & Co, 13.t Dtaugtnellt - (tO'l'S-Latldi'ng from sllij Aro, I cases of floe ai, ca ew',l Beeto, f.rl sre by j I1 BIlI)GE & co, 131 lnyurine et ' OPPER--Brnzier's Copper, It casee, each fifty 10 I lsheets Copper, landtng froh iip on rnantine nl o rlr sal ey by J COCKAYN E, j5 .511revier al lO() FI NG Z I N`--15 casks Zinc, landing from shlip .. Arno, iaraale by J UiCK, I NF:, Sj2 a5 aGraier et i EA'i---'S Bnokh aflleo- (itt, ll tset autB ; also -.i 1 ited'ttt; $yroaoa Iailtt al ; Briti-h land scaloe scener ; Five rl tlertnt splendid Elnglil .Anetule, for 1839, re c-ite a.tl'or aale'by AI.LX TOWER, 149 Camp at CAMP STRET T4IEATRE. I MR. and MDMB. LaCOMPTE, Respectfully annpunce to their friemd and - the inhabitants of the City gene a x that their BENEFIT will tasm place on MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 7, 1889), When will be produced for the' fisat time the opera-ballet of LA SYLPHIDE! a oWith new Scenery and Deenrations, in which Aladame h SLecrempte will pertorm the Bylphide,aud appear in two r grand pas. Mn one. MARTIN, Sw ill also apipear in two grand pai, assisted by, SMtss J. 'iRNIULL, d ands numerous aerpadeballet. The I.rncipl scenen IIof the celebrated ballet ofLa Sylnhide if the Acalemr b Reoal of Paris have been inirodueld, and all the orb. gintl Music of Schnaitgoeffer. 'Tie dunces and ta be laxts coimposed by Madame Lecompte, and brought iout under her immedicate'directiit. j5-2a Great Attractionl IN t°-rNI)E STREET, NEAR HOSPITAL. ey triped Hyena. * n IIE EtensirveMENAGERIE ofl Meesrn. W·Varin n,,I RayIi o Lnittd, will irpett on Sudanv, Jan. 6Sli, lat.9, aid will'remintic open in' a Few fdvea inlv. Tbese who ae fted ofNatural itllaerv, will do well l-to tanll eou nctd elamine the mlst extensive and rare ed specimens of Natural Ilistory evem ofred, ale tlhey can remafin' bua few d.a. tic r ti tfrom iltill 5, and at early canilie light. ie Admittlance 5cta.--Children and servacnts, half price. Oi ..00 bbls indig fwronm steamer North Star S ja5 44 New Le.ee ert tSllUARa--1 iiobrIlldTren t qnalitiua, in 6toreh ai n, ar wilemirby SorAI.l. &I BROWN, hke h agente Lafayetle suger Iellt erl, A eRimeS-,l laalt iseoy erse, of eperie r qailste , l alin ip fom Illti, lAro and iter sale byl h jdita5 :SIAI.I- & iIO\Vi N. iG t agnzine stc i FiRVANA SUA bs-24 litue in eetale. and laer Stl he y atjaS AILhAIAl 'i'jItER, 34 Graeicr st L-30 eske irte id OilE , fc G sle iy, ins _ _ LoI GALE, 43Cntew teir and aERs e s-4 bales Ker.rys, car s ale Ii t jal5 L et At.E, 93 Cenmeee it NOTICE.

em OATbe Shil, tS' dine, racpt. Aimpanl. froes itvre, i dischnrginleg opposil f the Vebetable mearet. C,cn sietee rare prticulerly reqeuerid ito tie sitltrir per led ja5 L H GALE, 93 Citmtn ct r E XCHANGJE ON BU'I'O N at I to 6 day- .wibt, ire itS OgGerier it ti [INiSEED OIL--Cppers a'id ted Bence, in iltre, n nd for sale by ItN ' P - ja5 " 4 New Ivee l NTHRACITE COAtl3,0 I ni c i the beet qs:al t screesned Coal0landin2 g fro binrqsne, lland rsal ch- rromt Plladellhi, for sale low iftikate lri'ti tile Itenet b by j HOLLIERS &4 ,ll.lei.. o____30c _k____rsti _ I, tio Ple cb ted RGATTA AT CARROLTLON. A GRANIt legitta is ito ice olf ati Carolon en S tihe 7thit Jn., open t . all Fior oared clfb heaas, drowed by caateur oprsten, fir a priVzeae ca ilvr Pit t teder and aliter. Thli fcllceing entries htae elreedv beec il're Atoriel pat Club, o New Orleanst, enter their our oured iee Atjriel. 'Le itsanatDRIeT t OAT CLUBe, tf tubile enter g hei fol r oared ijoat FI Hm. liy 'hefWave CLe, obfobil, entre tNheir bat CiEo- i Allentrirs fertilis race Blint be inmldcon or cc 'irt) tihe th day oil J8eiy. dy.-li lIlL and CANItND IL. I7 ctnaks bleachird i tiller S sctr eein edser l til 1Ccalk. a ndng le f ero db re lhdd IL- .31 bixes firal qtlitv rl t'e alle., ansarl c i zi, re- rr ei d lirel crad l " fur Isale luo rld aenJ t ir th llelille t re n eluip ledlTTlli, aii let ClleliR .ie l J COK'y \V iE, si Ctrilnier Pt 10 lIE IIRAON To-lI:RROW, Ja:. 5t11. Tih. foll.owigll a II, It-drw n:: oohor of the: Looma i1n.i Loutery, (:Lass :35, or 18:9: 12, 42, 67, 411, 13, dl, 17, 71, 3, 4, 40, If. 72.. $20,101,hl1 CA'1 Al, PRIZE. LOUISIANA LOTTE RY. Authorized by Atl nfl .rgiontooe. CI.:j1:'pr XI 1, paneed moAooch 21, 182!, (Iaot No. I5 li,nr 12. t., Ibe drown O n Saturday~, Jun. S li 1839,I at 5 o'clock, 1'. I1. atlllo Excnl 1r l1:tel, SI. Charles at. Ii. S. GILEIIOIIY & Co. Snlloonoorn to Y'ATES ,IcLVPTYRE 0 Co. 715 Nuaabsro-13 Drawnal Ilallots. GIRAND) SCHEME. 11 priz0 of $20 0010 in 3711 000 I do 50110 5 (101 1 do 35110 3 501) Ido 11500 "51'0 I do 1910 1910 I do l 500 1 500 1 do 1 301 1 3110 I do 1201 1 200 10 do 1000 10 11(0 10 do 509 50G08 20 do 3211) 1 6(11) 210 do 150 3 100 152 do 1011 15 (lull 63 do 51 :3 150 63 do 40 2510 126 do 30 3 780 126 20 0 9 520' 371:0 do 10 :17 80') I 23 1311 do 5 117180 '23 81 Prizen 0mo0100i11 to 021:1('0 Tickets $5011- nli:,on $2 S0-QuLortlon 1 25 PI'o4,abeno of ticklof, 3hi11111 $ ,0,,wroted to druw $74 I and s:ty drt11 tihei four Irit crapitoals Pt okso-n of 20 hal: (tickelt $27, worranto I to drnuw at lone) m26. P'uckolqea rl'J5 Quarter I irket $IR 50. wn'oonoO:o Iidrwo, at diouoo $3. For Pockapo8:o or oinolo Tjickot, 01pp10 at 1.1) 0101.UOIIY & Co, the Olnongro ,111iC, j'lll l 35, Canal strOIC, 0. 11 o CoImpl oFt 1 C II)TI 15)1-I 011 aselillel 0.1P 1 alI dlo no Ilanuell S~hirts, for side tyI j~:4 S1121.1. & rIII01V71. 910 Mloonoino nt I JEPI'l'E SAUCE-IS bol,. co.11lu01:: 10 don. 1each, into0re, od lar andlo by Jo) ShIA1.L & BIUtiIVN. 91 ( ing"inie at OFF'IC K afthe FireFreFI s InsurancJ1I 0eFtny of Neweu Or/cans-Hill dlsclhhoidr d s are lerrbi no. 11601, I.st thle 010TH' IN TALOOT bTloo,,ot," Ion, nd i0 psynblo on the O(111 Fehruary :e0t, .n Itohe ,I0c, of tlh Coo.n ooy, o Camp 10ro00. El. 111C1IU 1CY, jat4 Son'y PPIIS-31 ll l -310( 1 lather pr u *e l 1 n11l (00 piec ti stic1. alloal, tu.1l fior nole byv jo) i .: JI' WIi1TNIIY. 73 Can.p at 1J IE Orphn1:,'s 1.3101 no(:0t otien:: u Oh- tI,,Id cat.1 n-. 7. eO, o tablne f,,social nIsic parlieo, I(010,8hs,&: eelecle n trot,: tihe Iun,: nrlouated o:.:::onnn, anI ar roag:'I(nith a Pinto1 FoIote 1lnlIul:tpilleIlrt, a new odi. Also: i gnood uolln Iio,, ofglee, by oelol~mhan cnIln (:1:0010, f::r n:Ito 11,10(0 o0 r(y the qulanliy ItogetIIhCr wi1 n varI"1 olvf Nenw 1ltJO (sor 111 Plano, Flettrfill. ( ol at pdoonaljrices, toy ALEX tI)WVA1i, _ _u_ 41C:t:,1, 0 (1 E1 E\7'-60 b'oucle Hvdr.(ooioCc..:.iol, au:di::g fromn hi1: Tnorqoi:.l )r.r:la bh jn4 S S J P OV1I"I'IT Y. 7.1 C:,p so STEAMI BOAT BILLS. (I WNE(IS, AGENTS, or COPTAI75 ofSTIEAMI I0 11'l0Est a have their Bills slruk off, in one or atom Colored Ins, on Plain or Colored P'aper, nitk despjo..c1, ood n forrobnle Tros.y leaoring their OnR sn at TRIUE AMERICAN OFF0ICE, noller of Poydra and SI. Clharlon atrIeta. N~ov ;M3-If t1( RENT.-A lotin Julia ertreu , ileor ila new Ba siln, sitable for a wooden luoo:br yn.d. Apply at 9 B0nk MaPr. jnn'i Eight dorys ,more aod poilialy ,nol longer. rthE SPLENDID EXUIIHI'rION OF TIHE MAJESTIC. The Giratlic, or Camelopard!! IIICII will nlrlao on the Otto in·t.. and lease~ V then Ior .l:lile, (1er ot1:,Ifonl (i:ao17. ThnosewhIohnve not l yet1000l) 1he onnale., ,-,Icr of t1:0 aimlr0I kinlgd~om, olo,:tI, calI 01 St. CIbo.Io ,:yt and view anad judge liar thelllselvea, w hat has dIl··!i-htr d tlhouooodr, and deeply i1110est.O d 1(0 corolullon.l rcie:. tific. III the adjoin:ing P.,vilion, Mla. S. Il. G0. NOILL1I, horn without nrsaur, will osotinue hio:.nh1Iliiog per fi:,mallco. Ad,,:iIoloce 25,cents. jol. F)OTA'r~iEOs-401 Inn.l inl ,,xcel!.-li todOr, laudi:g k fnolnmllioLitltn,nnd f.r la Ibv j3 11_ L.11(5EV, II Nor LerIn F RESII S.IALAtIA RAISINS-l'I1l ,boA,., an~d 11!' f1b.:.oro, frsalo Iby AIRAIIAII 'IlIER, jail1 311 :rooi.r at 7Y HI nalY-'Ill ihonsloreolj.l. , fo:r lrt hy 1)41 (1. 1)8:5EV', 4i Noo I.evno [UUIj .ilE BT%__NK ClECK._.A ohelko tlij LA Honk of Louionille ill, 5515 Efr sol(0by dli S 'ET9117 & A'FIIY, 110 (.rui'r 01 /PF.IM OIIO.-II000gollo.otUin rr otin..l Spoero Oil,Ior osle by SHAI.L & Ilit)W N. d31 9t3 .O:gine at FEEM Candl o-100 boors Non Ie:ll' r ,1 jIl"9 re S 0ei001 and for wale by SHALL & IIIOWN, 431 96 SIwgao'Iu at TAVANA COFFEltI-3ii0 hags prime quality, - ii atore, aud lier aite by it _ AIlSRAIIAA TI ,ll , 31 Gravierlt - OIo.A0CU--40 looxen V'e'ieom T l,.t.,.o assorted, jlanding frnai ihip i.on, ile, hale .l y j jt AIttlA %. litIE1, t tv I rlB ,t a i UNNY BIAGS-1-. holes (Guny i) a, of close I T Iod prime haiture1 cIithlh! hinr 1u i hyi i jal I Ltitll)'ti'! 134 ',.ene '.:t Si ja il 6ti. & lt 131 '.1siu.. e et G, S-''ItA1 Y I it :.'-lell the tuble oe Ci. 111.,4 SI11t It)Ni, T lhpihiattlt stret, ia hbritlit Bity ulers, fot"l fl7t;lý lIallndl high,i the two hlu d fetCi d tihell+ illr" Ih.r \hire.an well as the faet. A spota M ,Iut the - zz i ,* r ,llllrlte his leli eve, in dletitlltef Si air. 'l'n clDJIe l eward will e e ve't lo any per , wlio wII ntaurn him to Charles D)iinond, and ial uisnab.le extext' ie . ja4l--t 3t 1ANNEIS U.L-75 blstrown 'T'anaer'1li1, or aunie Ly LE.Vl II GALif ju4 93 Comnt street A '11.-90110 bushel' Turk'e llate, Ieitg lrmb-.lt.-ee. l cargo of tile hIlae lIt ohena, antd onr sale S jI4 I. A (ALE, 93 Con ann st RREI. l-- "10 lit) 5tolua ,a Barrels, in rime Snrdelr, 'artrl hy L.l.IV It GAI L.,a ja4 93 Clommon at a D- 0 kegs nin ro eamer Oswego & for sale by G Dt)()ltI~ ', 44 New Levee. lltlItK--Mes Ptnimt, at the ilsetia, Pu suehy U ja4 (1 I)OtISEY, Nen Ieven Oli1H.OON. -424 Patriot Ioua"leole, for aie by . ia4 1aWIlI t iDl)iI: B* Ct, 76 l, 7 nzinen t S1l''A-4--i0 uoshelte ineta un houmd eclr Ln.au~a u p e- posite 0 Itit t! e hll Municliality. lfo sale by jan4 WillTlltIDGi8 & C'., 71; tlnaczine I:^E PRESF.HRVI'RS--'0O (;no0,dyer's ilet irl I I prove ILife Preerrerer, jult reeived, for aule by ji S & J I' ll _l'_NEY, 73t0ampi at TANTA' -t't-4 cotlored finale .eevant, t.o do the Ia waik ofa small lhiily; anply at No tl8 Ch.artlre Sret. m-t4 t WVITIHOUT REISERVEI VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, TO BE BOLD AT AUCTION, BI T. Mt.sT a at'o ll)t l.. N IA'I'URIt),Y, Janulary 19th, I83,l,in tie City elxchante, St. illmi.. leaei, t eI U',lthk. iv'e eigihlv situated It"t f getlinltdl t rllr tl stlreetl, alar the orner of Iarnlllle a reet, to te tie Il hnd sidle frolll t e river. ''Ith, iieprovemetllltl co.l+sil of a lares brick waNrehouse oan tl rear of one half ihto Il,, anld a franml yelling hnuse on thile front of t'wo of fl- Ilts with two ltly Kitlchetiie. 'l'he w olle o1f whlic lire now rentedl fir tnelve hlIundred dollltr ia yerr. lot No. I lmeasures 2 fetr, It illchlle cad 7 liles, frlti by 1217 fi't.t 9 illrh;s, in ictll late'r, or less. l.et Na. .italrnlea atle as lot Nil. . l.ot Noi. 3 lnenrea '15 feel, i incle anudl 7 lines, Trllo by 1:7 etl incjhes in dep Ith tilhe oun line, snld 15ri fOOt 8 iachet, nd3 lid i liie ten uthrI li' iieier ora less. " 1.ot No. 4 meaaure T. fert (i inches nid 7 line,, front by 153 feet 8 inlche and 3 linen in depthil,ore or less. AL.SO--lFie valuab lots of ground ait .lagaznie z & Felicity strelet. Lo t'. It oI: .t nxgaziie lreer, iiiauasureI 5 feet fro3t Iy l l tfeit in ti p tlh. lot Ni tl lhh n mllle Ill o. Lot Ni. 2' ditto. oI.ut No. t3ion c l,''lilv vstrel joinle he nhbor three :itn on the renit; ilRed atefrlelsll 'ir"t t fllt "t, lind on11 tle r ta 51 fiet . i v I lii tiel in depti oil tie lir, ll lls d tt set on the o;h'r linc. Lote NIo.3 nt I, icity stel t f I elltlltsure in frinlt,ai7 feal 3 itlhes hv 1116 Ith l in depth, oi ene lint., .eeii td: Iet IIn fI'a 0 t r li i, wr aaill el.'nrtIrt rehally, ler plin ,lialth will he 'xiiil tf e.0Iyt Illf, day e1 slle T'l'lclt'-inie finttblh cash--ia. lancet i 2, it,:4, 3:10 lnd 3i llmlllth ctredit-without intereet, fr t altel autii - nloerily eldorsPed ianIi iealtillngme ,Ilalge ntinfinal pay neit. If thi e anote. t re oit peil fit maturity they shall lr in erest 1II he lle f enta ell lIt ltlllannum, frLtomi i tltilme thv boelt e due tlill paid. Al.o--Ti'at very taluallle andl deninhltht residenee nn Pyalr t street, najeeninct lhe ieleehndist(illl tthieyaet mesullre 25 lee 7 illnches frnt by 111 feet in idetll, more or llesthe house ina g,.oI tw'o story frame build illng wtllh atti., allnd twol lory kilclhens, the paI)rlors nre firid.l \lllwth marble launtels. iutent grltteit f:dllg donors, c. Tie aprollvemt nts e iaite been 1tely ailllmed and litted tettllntl for ona year fl'tlll fihe irsl o1f NnI lElthPTr Illnt, at the rate of $U100 per Yeur, ayitll, Iatlllh.. Thera is in Ihfb yard u ilv' rallnltll.I citeorn olf wultrtl. i"n'l lMlM-ira e folrlh cash, halllnco one and Iwo ylear, without interest, or notes .ati-tiletlrily enldorsed Iltle, out I ( e l. id ft illm tllrltv 1hey .shall hear iulc rlest Ut lthe r:tle of 10 per ce lt per a ulutl IfIiii said lilllr till Acir rs fnh, to be passed before II. Il. Canal, Esq , Nelrv Puhlic, al lhe exprnue f ItheIlpllurners. N. It. Ifthlt leran ol yalae tilol cra nli. d with in lI1 dliad frlo llhe lnn of s.le, they will be re-sold at ihe risk anld cost of ltle pircLiase.,. -ju3 NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECI.IPSI,: COURSE. PRIN(G MElT';, 1839, will commence on W'ed ret n s v 1d3th el -atle , 1039,antll cntinee 5 days. 'art fnitilretn due tie. '. N. OLIVER, i:n~t P opri1t r. i 1' or ,lalani a note lf . t(odall, dated in Ju A ly. 183.:, pa, ahle six months after date nd It his ox onrder. asd by him aendrsed, lor seven hundred dollars, with inlt.rest at the rate often per ant ipe an numn. PayPent of said note having been strop ed, all persons are lfrweaned fro5m trading for the F:Ie Jan3 A. OtcCAIt'rY. -E PPEIt- 50 bags pelper, in store ancl or sante ly - jn3 J TIIAVEIt A- t;1, NEW BOOKS. fhe Only Daughter, a domentic story, by the author of fts "Subaltern," &c. in vols. Siary KRn e Is , bsd uther Tales by Mre core natther. esa i ','lntiters and DUuug',tcrre" c. ill vols. The Heir of elwoodl, by the authoress of "1otlers awlI Lnurhters," &c. ino vols. Alitba Veten., or the Emtrolirided Ilandkercbhif, it whi:h is alihd l enrieitn llutriinonl, or Ithe lle I'ittoi Um ella. by .Miss Le.nlio, author of "Pencil Sketch es," c. ill one vol. (iliver 'wist, enlnlete in 2 voli, by Dno, cheap edi tion. Just rnecelv, d d or ale e byi KE WVMt. IKE,\N, jain8 cer Camnp nd Cotmmon ats (t-tR datnd lla.es on' don plantntion ntlve te city fr nlrc by R.. J & 'd]ARS lI'OV, jo: 7 iank P'lnace. 1- Uii"N,. ( El l':N'T, ),rolin: from Wtiip Elieabetl, fro mnm L.nicnfu setlo by jih,:3 I:Llt & .JR WiiTOW,7y lank Place. I1 YDIR.LLI0 ('EIEN', hformal" e _ jae3 ILEA It) & BAIl'I'Ol V,7 Bank Plnce .OI.ASE' Ierls--00 first rate naw .lolnn.en lBarrnel, nicndng f:out ship Adrilt, below the rail renl, and Itn .tle by jn . itn... \I POiTERI, 95 (oimmoen at I . . Si:i ltID I--100 icests irew mR ulnae Li askni inll -tre anrd l nr sale b jaru 1_V11 o.I.. 'i.ER, 95 Comtni, st "1CAtSKS Lndon brown Stout, and 611 canks 5 uch o Scolh Ale, lr sale bv j len3 111).3IS and iMI1LS, Bank Alley. 10, .-. A)nthr cils C oa in bulk and in casks dehy. a erd in It t t, lati irichesrs~ l n, rs left at the .co Ilari, in na l ..ret,. ocr to ju3 11111 Il;d and III.S, annk Place. O iN--il btshelscornt, humnditi frto at non i beoat Sdward Shii;, r sale ibyn oill\ t[;.,ECL &I.ECiENDRE, ijn3 8 and i9 Newn Leven s AlT Pi'l'E- I n l utre, ir st1re fNoi Sfir sate by LA\VIL:Nt'I, & I.l.(;irNDIIe, jne it a , C n I ,o m n t tMI ES'IC IRA Ithi ItIt-I li lralndi--lnrt .nd by I..'itt n:CE . LL(1E\I)RE, _ _an_3 2-,; noid .-9 hen Levee. 1 TE( rNS.--. u im n nie i:-; tJ j il3 r.iAti, y Ii TILLER. 31 i;vir t I'NLIH .ANtUnI.-; FOUR 153 1-TIe Roi.k f .c4 Royallcy, su,+erb rlL'd Flitoa . Fijnder'i TI'uhleaunx. Fild, it's Galtlrv of" (:races; Fi.rher'e Drawiing tInii Scr ll inook; It.liitiin ttniUec; uide neld Blutetar; Wcaveily Konpcn;.; Th'he hinolelial Ore'lotl Annual; Fure't in Nc,; 'arnlc.tIer Atulllllul; Juivenlie Sketch ihtk; Yollg Ludteet Atlitii'; Yountg (jenlhtmen's Anneal. .4eriten Aniveln. 'rT. T"rke ,1nI Atinetic SoeLeoir; thl l'i.tel; Tihi Girl; 'Tie Jnvetile Fcrgri-l-r.Not. Ju't lect'rd nid for sulc Iby Wit iteKtEA+'4 d&, 3 cIoirUn.. Ci;llli) pnell COImlmonl If. NI.\hV l' tiLl lA'rh.N.',. 1tlE Str.nge, in Chinchb Diwniing; SI'i.tlrilcl jnieute'it i 2 io.. Inomnce of Vittan, by 'irn !trollor, 2 ols; Pelay. Ih last of the Slothit i, 2 cl Petet Pilgri:m, by Dtr. Bid,2 vult; Piccitln, ralu the Fr,'t elul eiinttlc; T'he \W'V Illiuter, ir tilt, IIt'iartc family; Land Sit rkc ee tjillsa, iby Cltuttill lassn rchk,N., in 2 oll, efer ale iiy E JOI1NS & CO __nov4 eacr St 'hnrle & (i'iminn e OIEtIICA\N ilRAND't.--20 bulm 5th prolofAmneri. cll cn rautty, for saile iby i.AAC BRII)F.;E & CO, noe 26 124 a)a.inet at .lIll I uhIcribir hnbj'st r,'evTd i.nd ;r Sala' J. The Life of Chiti, witl, rn..tanvingn Er'ntilns at flne, by Dr .\ikin, aud Mre Banr: boud,, with etlgrnvtilue Vrlt.t,, a Tner tgldr in 5 crtsby Ecpe Sergei t c.aliunl if Cnucholbg.,ir "tum8 lmVyt, 1 rotl 8 vo with tllcnteOioir o"uluore t ii11)n 20 hells ' E Jit)HNS & co, ocur St Chrlnc sSlid Contllcl. a! St. Charles Therue. I'HlS EVENING, JAN. 5, Will be perfornmed the beautifltl Ilay" oI THE POOR GENTLE\IAN. Frederick Bramble, etr. Ulrwne, Dlr. I tllapod, F;l it, tir itoherlt BramIle, '1l Ii.tta, Emily. Mrd 'Plunier P' An Overture by til" rchetlrr I ' Grand Pas Soul, by Mad'l' Ita.verot. Trn conclude with the Play Al O THE ADOPTED CHILD. A Michael, Mr. J R Prott, Sir Bertrand, IBrke, rue il, ibar. Dress and Measquerade Balls. V MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. N.EW LEVEILSTREI T, : iturediately in front It the rsenll boat lndling. The above establisnh cent will Imt re-opened on Satrdary evening. I)ee.u2d, 1838 fortho season. Ball duye. SuldysP, TIuesd.vs, and I'hrsdavva. Salid eatnliihlnult will Ire lurnllshel with thle eoloi"est liqors, and a goodl Rietaurat will be attached to it. The man agera of saiilestallillrint hrare enieied euflicintt Pulice ollierl k reep grail rIl trllIt Ih tti the establishment; there will be na pInI. tn,1 I'tsit cloake, eunes, &e. No person shall Ibe admitted int the Ball Room with weapons ofuany kind. iERNOR'S HORSE GUARDS!! ATTI'ENTIOl! A IltEEAIII. to Btiglde o.d -ro h10. 1r.v u are thereby itda red t tto i usitIi io p rade tid i, vilw, on TU E L 1) A , the ilAh oI l.ainar , inst. it 9 o'clock, precisely, i. 31. itl ft l r lIIti . li.ll:. n l)tl ona the square rplroitC the Vi ChtrI h * 'Ibeto, In . Charles Slrete. lit uolder oI ('.)t. (l.lto. n .t'l jann3 it N til -N. I. e I ad . \ .I 1 Jaillry It U:831--j3 i;I011;i: ,iil.l ' I.T(1'ICEI 'T'ho subscribitr having plu .lhI , hr i -X /. t,.r, ofl M' r (it rge I..qh,,rltt, 1 li1,h J 1, I'., ,,hl, " hor hi.s< own account \Vi m;an K iet Janlunlry I -t, 18.8 -j:S -cr af ( I t P 'oIl t-" S, N II3.1. n C ',lt )i <l '-.- .Ill ,,,a . . ,,, I si,:5, , a tl l . Ig , ii -hip t l , I r t I ' j3 PI l. I I.A W , I; (' ..titti SIVEil.OO ,;ALT'-751mickos inenud liI p .-s. S LEollls I.ivU'ri-u ll t rnln lTi nnt llhip) ll rat SAde lad ald Ll_ tll, , f_ ll I.i rln 1l, ioral Iii it, itvt i !3 I tI I 1. ,': n r 111til i. , t ie f. t l'I ,, a 1'. II li ltn Illg i) .l tl mlml lOII I ii . Im l-,, \i1, .j Ij3 a IPIress, LhI tier stile h d .'li:A t-IL'I -11't, --I i tallr a r-re I. : l l nil LI a CD latntltri f,it s;tin e tt m.enu. i anlning frmrlll schr MlaLria, I'or o l l," hv jea.tl J, 'i.t-iPIl (',; t(. l'V!,, 2', l ;ltrr n -JAPLER-8,0 relms WVeltpli.ih I'ni.er, a.,tl; k e'aet Lriter d.., l.n sltle by I . sele y 5I1l.l .. In. IIi( V.\'. !)) .Il I III u , lann t ien . 1ii' iiI.cih .i, will be he1ld ait the Iallnkillg I Ill iire, /I1 8 I:8. 1, ,, 7111 llv ofJclle nCext, bet|.v'ee tie hou /l of I 1';i,,n\if anoI T'wo no'el k. d:1-fxet"J J I' NISHIE', ('i, BANQUI D'ORIl.AN , -Ji n ontl o Nlle ,iii 11/. . &. ',i III8 N. Ili I, 7 de J , 'tirr lprochahn, hito' i : hedi r .w , de <,hZ e, d, dearX, p. lo). Pa~lr alder I. r i, i;I' i" I I ,\N , e,,eg.nt irnnni,e in Ilnc:kr olorl d Iaen , on ,,-i inI Ird, While I lake, or IPl'ni lllfonel CAnci, a.1 a Pricer very reasonable at 'TnItIE \ A31IIt IC l . ()l'. FICE, corner of Iloydros and IS. Charles sts. iveral New and IHsntiful Founts of T'I'E hare just been added to the Establishment. Orders received at Comlpting Rolo, ... Charles Exchange, 3rd door fron Gildvicr et.,or at the Pirinllt Offic , corner of loydr;a & St. Charles streets. noel-tf SLAP-lOl) onLes. . ric , br/di l.ols, ., uii, I,. I6 pr Illrl., .r nale nti Ni. IorOt Ievee. i, C XI11ANG. oil S'i:Yo Yikfor y-... f IIILAIEI. PlIlA Iluckntok o Ihcal,. S e.t poilo.'r Sloll, Beef, pickled 'll.golo, icrroi,., Cil ill 80 lalflnarrels Buckw ooat Iulll. 10i0 qerlcer barrels Bunkwheatl illeal, 85 linlfblurrelo No. I Sllud, 25 half barrela family le.f, 10 hllfba, els pi.klhd 'onguen, 2 harrels seokedunukll.r i , I hhld Sumatra new (llrrunl I gross ()liver's Yeast I'owiders for c, le hv I18 ii ,V I Il 1T" ;"lAtlll & J l I i /l.I l''r. COOPERI'8S L.AS'N. "OM3.1 AS FOU1)--V Coopei sequCl t1uIIl r The \lidly; a new novel. in 2 vols. N..lanolen lemoirs, or tlhe Eeois ni t Camhbuznr, in 2 v~ lueor. lniss Milford's Conolry Suiires. Ieter Pilgrim, by Ill. Ihio, in 2 vols. Yankee .olinln, in I vol. Wolnll na il rehllould be, Ilr the Rev. I ll'inlla: o. Phvsicinll's lManul, by Roibert Mlo1i.le; ald oti r nonehies e E JIIIN.o. co nluvl8 car St Churhr·ik ('loinlmots PrHE Isu!,seriber, htuviug rtceiid it t'tl,.ull irll uia )elplllty Surveyor of Uniltd Slltos e d., ltr Isi Slate off ors him services to 1lie baltic to survevy and I llcpne Lallds in any puprlt l In ouiiun.ll. ba lhret.ore all ons ratli, titler oT Survelln or Civil Englilneering, sil as Tlignirnt.,cuiilvreyn ilol drnlwr,g., leveligi, profiler, ciloc/lnltion uif oxclile , iloi embirnilenlt, cltlllcci of nullu,, o iciei.it-w,, ,i , c;". coutnlrv. iill be iromlpllv Itld othhflly altee ol to. Cho.egen rneitoable and t rllus ieoc, t liec 2., 3i1 gaine i leel, 0in llallks' Arnct tIi. /bI.II.gh lT/it'll PAnSTw..--.o\iglchii ni e i./y MIS TOOTH i. murpoved Ilrenll.el ''ogiig e ai pe narly olitelnu niter t 1i'" ret, To enllleaul, the lc rllm d .lelit e ii n tilhe i1 1itI lliAll ld a frin l w.oi:hll, 1b-, oh h )irrllu Ol IR an itluilaient !ol:.l d onily cl i iedl, rtrhough nevdyr till nolw e&IT a. chieved. This I lllmch ,lesired re tll , it will ;18 us ". A 'ilth pnclrlle..lol lilhl h igh ho liun inrove. The Orris Tooth l'arte,o/h il alf u I nii t he t-nlli relnovillg tl prevdllllln every i, 1,eirnnc " . Il r tf Ir, oal~givoiil g helcm a nlh.anllnil ilcirly w.llIc illl 1lr0,1 Ia 1 eloL r o1't 11 i) lip l n . n, IIl and /i s ( ll: Ii liael hetcIi til lthent lnell e ttlb l ie ni/tm lti- by itn di inteloilll IniPoertiio. it gr.atlv tcdll/ iit iei. it e tl, teil.o 5O lll ee, an it l.l hillnii IIe' ll l rLili.r aUnil Ira/rant wej IelleS 1) the hrenllt fu" nwl ic he o )lris loe i d o jlr.ly and xll-n, rely eell lltdl. JGc recoeved by 111:111 & ALLAN'S arayry Stote,!xclmee IIulel J21 .lnIiU('hl/l'--' o/i'mi,, in I IIIN(il.IN(/ II V'I'Cloi'c.--4 ..n c,,. 0 i,".o. illrlt ri on, e rloe iay S/lIAI. & IllC )\\'N. dlis li.i Ziiic tl/ii COA I.. N'i SK1.ICITE and Orrl (t'ol ii coah. c l,.i'cold . ill IlO to ealit iurch, ciri. Ordi·'o lei at the I oal vl.l i ('ol:/lllset, Illvrw.i Curondelt rIld liulonlnu,or ui l tlhe uiicoi.l Iu, ' of Itlil.3112S 311N. ci,. nor^ 9P Icbk IA LLL1C.Alo BRt)l -Julil I' r(.I',I and lor sllr a I llte lc w b,+l. okt ,1. c. (tuc llo i ol-:ul: Allercrollbie oi t.i lltllltoa cl allh bloil, /2 'is Arnetrilg'l Pr Iact;ce vInl Il.ll'n ,\lllcomV, '2. vi.-lltcil io Ith N.'cr,. ltck'n tldilh'i Jureptllciiulio Coo pere Sunrgery., vole Cutller oil IBadllnges Curieoil es of tledlcll IExperienn Cooler's Sureioal Dietiol.lry DunogiO'ln's Phvsiilnpy.J2 rals I)eweeu oi Clld·en--Iewees oil Femlalli Ebecrle'o Prectieo--Ecrrcl' Theriputli.- -Jo. ioI clhildrei Gihalo'i, Snrgery, 2 vole Giuochl'l Ilidwife.y G,rhurd on ilhe Chest Ilortnero Anatom.y, 2 vn' I|hnlie·r'c .edlicealDictioearv Iall on tile Nervees Kralner on Ihe Enr--Lscunee on the Chet louis on Pthici--Lo,/i on Fever ,lei'e Mlidwifery--Mclatshnst Pranlico, 2vole Wuod & Baclte' Disiol Satory kIc &te t Cltalogues ct the stoe. dI0 ALEX. TOWAR. O'ka:.i 8 . Theatre. Mr. Mdlrble will appear 2Thi; EIrening,, Jau try 5, - H ill le pIctfr.on,e the ctlvhratel P tlav of SlIE WU"LI) IE A SOLDIIER. i . Mr. d nreete, Jerry Melaytllwer, ttlahlll. Chritstine, 5i.. Gireone. Overture, by tle Orchestra. A Dance, by Mliss W\ay. After which TOM CRIINGLE. Tom Cringle, Mr Marble, Mntu ' the Ireon llod, Gilbert, Walter, Fredericks, Elizabheth, Mrs. Greene. J V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AW COPPER-PLATE PRINTER, IAo. 3, Camp St. WV[ILL engrave and priet to order, bunk notes, bills Y el'exchangr, bill of lading, diplomsul, mlercn tile and visi:ine cerd.. nsturi/,l, cltnsa lnr ,n d counting Ilol.nolu ln, dleh r pht:ce, ilvI.r Witr't, 4.,. -nlwc ysoe handl, at aao itenl tf silver plated and braetc door plates. PS Cards printed from ilates alre:d)y e!graved. IHeRTr.. 1 11 y & Coi, Ch.-..i i I l It .\",1F I' lNet ni 'n c I'.,' i, r. i' mly . n n.lt, rI ler formatf n',,ndi" ft ! I 1 a-lic on e ig aim wil i t' I e., inrut t , hi r, \llt h i, i et r , re . lHrqu at i I to k ie rno wn ,".; -I ,fr Ihi , Ila e o reiI. S, ' IT Ii i / ,I p er . Fi 'll: Ice-,i, if Itt,-ilc, c l it h/ -ltllihll lli* r .i. 'PU, I h fl qui 3 \Ne ia" I l,. . 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