Newspaper of True American, January 11, 1839, Page 2

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Lft on ,, !! skIi p." oport, . noi rplo hi ig ofh ftoler; iEPr H hip o ere alnd inheiver. n hee l gmt Bod dilyr, rrom N E P.ork h1vlg pro. lt ligs rId to ti ri with hip I.ntMrille hltCsacll. .ldo ho th o I in oYor, , rport lshi SnlV od ol a hs 300di btre Virgiom inolide the .asr rshp olme Berond ilhp eod brig name s ods ro, brlold ind m.raoltil it tharoer. TMNbo(PllUe, rClerk, frao the Blizo, higl tore to M se ok or; returnrd to the iy wjitck hip i:trton, lurk T A ND bPeris Ferdioood, o nd n hr 3ornin Star. R R .onghen.ippi. Noroosseo in slobh ion iih Sh*ipSo.thJroer and ao rotal hoo bos io the, River, ' Cntot RileTly, rom New York, Ilrt Sopt, vinorl, nk . e hu.ilb, pldridgeo 31 days from N r Yortk, to B iklair E DIDT , oFtRm O Yo.rk, to lortor. 3 itn t, fol.te, Klosuc.k, 56 daoy from ooreaoo, r l iltHopor. 1rth Da,. Prom Loonalo 0ll telr. oi oInaro.Lwy, 2 day. hrom Nw York. to Master SJW CltinRoU, Gifford, II daysfrom Du roate Risrto P1 rot q;.Dlour., 2Dfromo B.ayou Riaor,toWM ,* o..obroi, Stockbboidgs, 30 d. From Portland, to SCThjt.aETON,.h.,Per bi Colst...r4o ho, 277 briO molaot.t, to cbar borninfl Ar.L. Aritet. 18y rom Portlind. o Maste, ,t...r.ho..d..errr, IDtrrelt, ,rom Columrbi b - s.m, Dolt Rouge,. rwio, hrom Hnyou rora. St eaor Lo~oat, tourioot, from Bayou Itra. EXPORTS. H .AVANA.. Pertril Ouopr..100brhd our. IAlTIMORE..Por lrig Cobhtco..213 Whd. 41 ts. aod 125 brol motoooo., 81 bbd.s sgoo, CHIAR.ESTON..Per brig Chili..t4.5 bhds, 50 teo, and 32 bolt molasse. ALTIMOE C..P.r brip Arlchitot..1t bls cooton, 202 Mded 10ar, ood 9 hrp m do, SO bril mholasses. ........... bri Cklhorie, 1 .320 bulds s.ga, oad 88 bso S.............. er .hr Lso..t00 hlads stgor and 02 hbrl. ST JOSEPHI.. Per bhr Apaloobieolo..022 belt moloa.e, 20 do pim. poo, 055 5 n hrotd 2 hhd7 bdo.r, 80 pp sacksbooffer, 2 hbde 5 rtks., and 4 tel mbco,, S7 15 bro floor, 41 kg lard, I pipe half do and S aPE.IACOLA..Per olhr CIhlottol. I0 bri. whilony, 9 doI , rme pork, 17 do ollor, 2 do ric,. 8 do on or, o do iol.,lia,. I do baiter. 27 kelg. lord, 4 ., a! coffeO, J15 do oorn, 6 loido .ongr, 4 hlal blad mole, f NEW YORK.. Pr brig Paleatino..steam boiler and appro tu., J Reed & ec; IO calk hobttoer, II P Colls worlh; fliSton pavinl atoone, John liluturn, 48 bundles hay, to Olnoter. ' ...............Per Ibrk Virg.Ila..150O tone ..al, 121 bolb potntoer, , 90 kes nails, o7000 hxs candes,. 20 h.rlf cemnont, 150 brl oakum. I00 do tar, mll loPo books, and Ollo, J Atborolli. CA Fol1 Ionsher, Wood & imnols. Layton & 0o, -V oll & to, J iI Fieldo ro, A Grnt & o& . I RIa, o, Ldrd.&O roo, TF Surges,. Calptin illclalr, P J Fontailte and order. "sý: ...·...... .Per shipCatoon..,'d modn.o BREMOEN..Pr brir Cbarle Foerdinand.. U empty demijohn. ,4ld ollost to i.l.,r. IPO.TLAND..Per allr Moroilig Star.. 150 tons pariog stoneo to J .holturl, 150 bri. applo aond Iotoatoe, to IAGUINA ..Per brig Cecili..9810 quiltal logworood, to Alaltre " ABSOSO RIVER. .P.or rhr J IV Coldwell..72 hibs ,tto0, V tlt BeDl. and .2 stilc. live oak, to 3,s0ter, . ........... Per chr Pegnet..131 bhi cotton, WM Beal and lot of lides, to order. 'roTLAND..Per achr Lel.Oaon..l40 ton flag atoneso., 2 S Municipality, and 45Uempry barrels to Moster SRECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. ý; Bayou fla·..Pnr steamer Levanr..700 bales ratio", J B Plonhi, & ro, 1370 do A Lado done&. M2ido A Ilivetdo & to, 45do Burke, Wat 4 co. 54 do Reynolds, Byrnoodo o. 38 d Lahnlbe & Thompon . 52 du Payroux. Archiol 4 co, 28 do III Whit & no, 33 do G 1 Len. 373. 3 L nd.aoevy, 21 do Follain. Bellorq and Degolor. 15 do W Flower, 19 dIo Breeder,. MnKenna A Wrirgh.,24 do Lane, Fonteine "y co, 3d do Cnld. well & Hickey, I3do P t Hordy, 8 do W Cadooln, 7.3,n Gloyle A Steart, 6do Tayloyin& O4rdioer, 6 do T O .'lack, 5 do Alitk. Abn & no, 4do Than B .rrett. Enayoo 0orn..Panr elnner alotno Rooge..rorge: 81 halos notnou A Rivardi nd on, 73 dooJ It Plaunho, 71 do do M1 Whtlnnlndo64 do do Hlarks, Wattond 3d l 57 do do A Led motand co, 54 do do Taylor3, Gadioer and Co 50 do to ooder, *9 do do Lambethbnnd Tlompono. 39odo do Gnyle and Slto Na3. 37 do do P Lnudnonni7, 32 do do Caldoell and idiokley. 3 OldodoOGM Lod30ddo C Toledano. 15doJ Armour, 14 do KLohn and Detroi, 13 do Goordain and flit, I I do Har rion.Clegg oadoo.9do S V kynod o. 9doComfier tod GredlyOddo 8 nnd RTi 3Lonoe, 4 do do W Flowr, 3 do do Nrtoynr and co 10 do Psyrnonn, Arooel od Co. 32 hhde eager 8' Sand R .iotelton, 30) hhde nonon Waltoo and Koaop,3 88 3,l nmolanses Alloin sod Trnon'ulnl. 320 sucks corn J A klnrelli. Cnrlnnbi...lnor oteamor Southnrner..oopro k 73 balor cotton La Lnmbnh nond'honpsn.o, I1 do W N1 Cnrulh ere. 25 do Burk, i". Wattnd o, 51 do W Offor. 2:1 do Besonot, Ferridoy and co 130 dodW Bogart, 56 do N end J Diesknnd Co, 30 do ta. tin, 1. PlonOnnnnnd n o do Pmith and Vorhenn, 18 do Foonyth, LimeriL k and onn.Bloodoi M While and Co, CO do doTnylon, SGnodnr n nd cod on do Presl'cnJonnnnnd co, L0 A lin Ashnr 4 d nndnn0do A Ladonuxnd no, 12 do M Mloher, 43 do Ry. molds. Byrnn and co, 88 do Ja Donoaldono nod oo, 36 do JAn. A-su, 2donRJ ScnL, I do J Rend and co. CONdIGNEEO. Now York..Per ship Canoon.. D o Boh 4ron J A Barills. Oodfroy. BIonmlonn.odo, J D Dennnno, lnAnhon, A Granto& to. Bongart& Hawtlhnon, L Palmer n co, C Clapp o Co. J W nIlonll. & no, P~bnnon &o nro. C H Rose &d . oG Wooney i no J Mager, J H Field 40 co, J Bridge o co, Giooorey, Levnls nnSmnll, W3itrnndgn & o. Bnrke, Watt ,oF o, Allen a Tramnmnll. Mnninn & Rodgrn. Latin, Snnphood 4 ono Long *Aldrich, J tndd 4 Co.. Lordn n o, RO H'o aoy d no, J Arrmnn. Paetrn 4 iillaod. W Graon, C Flint, W. lon S co, Turbp. Green do en. GirInot d Pngne, Roai &Cobno, slnekn 4 neR.iot 4 Monk., D McCln, Turner on Woodruf. J Lanldijg *n. A0 Reed. Gnmble 6 lourroagh, n:oningha o 4 I'head SFermna, llnlan Crnaig, and order. PASSENGERS. NonwYork..Pno alhip Huntorilin..Mr Follin. Major Moulno lard!'.ad. daughtkt nandno l Min. Mlnueil, Mr Ernen tieordler. Mr tn&ndMon Doll.l 3 chlldreno and niece, Mr Jnn 8 Inran. die, Mn Anon Soria. M Abrnam Solis, Me R Wreaks, Mr Thn. NnmnnnMb. MnCrnnnord, Metroud, HnJ C Sprioger, and 16 the nenaraea. Now YorL..Pbr brie Polnntijn..W E Floyd.G D Slon, CAPt Horron, and M Hnoldoorlh. 8'nnBnr Ronr..Por nihr Pequot..i W Dr00300. ickely, =an' nwYo,..Pnlhlp Cnnloo..316 in t ne stennge. i Bononnn, emn RauOgnnn..Fnor-brig Chnoin.sFnodlnend~.180 t nnornng pwennrgen.. Bayou nara..Pn n tnnmen Baten Rouge..2 Mr Prrkino and I 6uillnW J Bruno, JO Cn"o, Mooner. Fonemano, E Tnyior, V1 J Wy a C Gyle, D Pipes, M TLlleston, Caldwnoll. A H .'Wilson. Cot It Yluker. It Show. J O Roswell, W A Lane, J B 4 8.111 FWilnon. Holland. E Moorgno. AKiRhardn. 8 Can t n1n0bg n, E Vlbne. 0 Flora. Dyton. WV A Rent, A Denper, J MoCollem, M Gidoonny, J Allain, Honrisoon 30 3 Thonon., W E LandrE y nod daugher. Miss Goyln. Mi.. Pipes. Blio ZWlflann. .M. R Pa ofn and morel, Mrs Allen, Dire An. ,JD Hn n.N Chnintopoer. Colunbin..Pon Mnlnmr Soutsnnon..L Knox and ody. J 3kn Iaoe sdl.dy.UCony, U 0 Baker. T W Aooneotn, Ford, 'Baun oo12'Mnnn Tn ley, Tho Wilson, Cal Roen. W Ofott, red W-nd , U.wmao, C Wrne. Kershaweand lady. Msn Wilaon, Nn ,Cltbonon T'l EEno, P C Bonoen, Hnauinccoroh, ole )..nG., An.. tl, W S Word, IP Hindman. Mine Faoooh, HflmonsMi. o J oMn.o MiesInLMonn. Bito Rinloy. Ili.. Mtobk inn, 3lnnnonno3' nod Indy. J8 Willianmeon, Mlurphy. Malloby, Rayou Sara.-per ntoaieor Lnvaeot--L Mn!onx, Gon nonnnd, L V Goo'neanod, Horrioon, 11 Meroloall, D L Pharin, A 0 Holob, CC S Ferrer, Mlurat. Hoodl, Jus. AI Jetll,Lionnno Fort, OGry & Senor. Rtniiirliog,V m /a Znrtaet & norvl.. Dellvirlo, ls.y &.olv A Hobieni & sot, - S ut A Fornoo&nnrt, F V louan, H eeuis, CH Bearn - owC Milford, lady g svet. Mint Poret, Mine Vigolo, 31 3,. Robilland & lada, OnoIV Porht,2 nhld & 2avt, I II Trndell, lldp & evt, CU ennrren &L at, L Poorer. ·i YIMEMORANDA BrinPolnet ol the 2nn Dnn. in lat30e 33, oeg 72l n ..e wrnoko~bf a vesnl ithblotomloup, ponited gonon, noppoond to w liUgt nrater mnak, keel nbout 60 Pnt, rudder goon. on On51tkh oit, spoke bark Dihden. 56dda. (nrom Linerpool, hondto nonMps,ntpoding RE 50 nmie from the Bellie. Solh reports non neken Southeneor at Brasses Rivor. nnbsqL ghnnoIfom arksnnnlhotn Middle Grond. nobon WooBmnn, and Hrrnie hound op thn Riotr, nenob Nnncy Trea oan MaoCCIn Fia, bound ip. am-· FOR NEW tOiRK. Packet of the 15th ind. S LOUISIANA & NEW I.INE. ..g2; . . The sumperb, and flat sailing packet chip SIHAKF8 ARE, Ptalmer, waster, having F part of her cargo engaged, a ill sail an ai ovre. S lt nr passage, haviun elegant accommodations, S onlv board oppooite the Vagetable markec, or to jilt BRIN ¢ t )HlN, 91Conmmon et YDRAULIUCEMEIT, for sale by i A ne11 READ & BARSTOW, 7Bank Place NGLISR ANNUALS FOR 1830-The Book at . orally superb col'd plates. " Finda s Tableaus, indren'a Gallery of Graces;r, Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap look; Beuty's Ctottumor, IBuds and Bloeaoms; Waverly Keepnke; , The I rnia ~Orientsl Annual; Fet ieNot arwtor Annol,; . rledchl.p'e Offering; Joeeool BSketoh BSank; Young Oiesi.' AAnnual.; S'LpTken and Atlantic Souvenir; Vla'da. e o CpThe Gilt o 4 voaJu lte F IF Not. __ aire d for eda ky Wm MAcKEAN 3 ~ corner Camp and cotutuent eta " IEe jeisI m Wth thioolldiae i a . .PLEIID AND' EX1EN EVl Ar,.ORtMENT OF TYPE tempht ra m auSnter s St.. a Ut -t ms1.m Ir. m l. Amd esery d.esorple :tJab W.e' thu yt besmeleek . ' IThe lproprietor, repectfully ealls the attention of the, public to the above Card, and assures them that all work intrusted to his eare shll be done at the shot eJt notice, in a tyle unurpassed in this city, and at the Iowest rt. I TILE 'TR IE AMERICAN. S. ID IP IBY IA"lloln rI4. o. ]AIT. I oUL AND BO LD. 3 NEVW OR LEANS i FRI[DY, JANUARY 11, 139.. 2WPe Banks-Ft.re Benkdg, Mr. Lockett he ,ey Mr. Lockett ha at introduced in the House, a bill torelieve the banks ci from the forfeiture of their charters incurred by the suapenaon of spele paymenis. We have not seen the bill nor have we heard it read. When it is printed we shall notice its provisions more I particularly. In the mean time we must content g ourself with a few general reflections tsub. C ject. .i We hive more than once declared our firm con viction that the Banks of this State, were not 1 wholly to blame, for the necessity of cloaing their vaults and refusing to redeem their circulation at a time of general depression and suspension. It was superinduced by the course pursued by the d General Government. They were driven to it by a the mad fully and mischievous policy of the exe. entive. The public treasure was forcibly apdil- 6 legally removed from its legitimate depthitory C whoee It had been placed by law, and rescattered among a horde of anxioun. greedy pete whose ra pacity and avarice have alone been surpassed by more recent Subtreasurers. These pet bankl at once expanded their circulation. Notes were fly Ing in every direction, like leaves in the autumn winds. Heaps were is the hands of individuals who had never been bred even to the hope of ob taining smaller favors from the fickle goddess. In d counting their gains, men forgot that there ever had been units, ten, or hundreds,-their estimates ran into tens of thousands and hundreds of thon.* h sand.. Princely fortunes were to be realized in a a dny, and he was considered a perfect drone-a t drudge-a peer, simple, friendless wight, a crawl. ing worm, who could not get into bank and turn tihe keys ol the iron-room at will. The green table became a board of speculation as wild and extravagant as that which is held out by the de lusive but alluring faro. The Banks leok%4 upon the money of the gov ernment an a legitimate basis for extending loans o and discountas-money which they were liable to I be compelled to refund in gold and silver at a mt If ment's warning. They pursued a blind poliey, in ailling the Executive to put his plan intonernm tion. Like the silly fish they were easily gulled with the gilded batt. Next came the specie circular. Credit had been strained to the utmost limit It could not have gone it further. A mania forspeculatirg had become univer sal. Tirhe sudden fortunes acqured by the rite of real I eftnte made men eager to take up government lands . which were thrown into market., When the circular was issued, these lands could only be purchased with s gold and silver. Governmant would take nothing hut t the precious metals. Extraordinary drafts were madel to on timhe Banks. Thieywere daily compelled to pour out or theirvery life blood. In its stupidity or with a fiendish n, purpose, the government was constantly transferring at specie from point to point-requiring tie pets to dis gorge-and frequently to points ,where it wms not re d quired-loeving thoenbare and denuded, where it was absolutely necessary. These were saome of the causes which led to tit sena u pension of specie payments by the lBanks. But they wvrenot all. The Banks themselves aided in precipi. toting their own ruin. And our banks exhibited as d_ gross miemanegement as could be found tronughout the le union. They had adoptedtthe system of favoritism do lending immense aums to certain individuals, while s frtom others, all accommodations and facilities were at withheld. TheDirectors themselves as it weere, bet ; tned upon theipoils. They were enabled,,-they and other favorites, to embark in extensive speculations y frequently foreign to the natural routine of theie, sever io. at occupations, while others, actively engaged in trade, cd in commerce and the ordinary avocations o" life, were or denied the smallest and most trifllg loans. They ex Irs pended sums, the amount of which is astounding, in on purchasing real estate end in other speculations, while commerce and legitimate business were eufftled to guibh. The Banks were exclusivd, in their loans. They went on the principle that it was safer to lend all the er money to a few, and their directors among the few, who 'Y were extensively engaged in business or in speculation of some kind, than to have it distributed for the good and to promote the interests of a larger numbrr-al Is, though it might consist of the whole ecmmunily. It "seemed to them to promise greater gain! But it was y not o safe. 'Y, When the shock came,four it did come,like par. ne cel of bricks that had been placed in a row by the :t, playful boy, and ere made to fall one after ano i ther in rapid succession, these speculators, leaning ad on each other, found it impossible to maintain themsaelves They had to fall. The Banks, too, t- had completely used themselves up, and could aer sustain them no longer. The frst brick that tum in bled brought down another and an on until the to first question which naturally suggested itself on in. change, was not'who else is brokel' but 'who has E not fai!ed?' The Banks were nonptussed. These favored debtors they had sustained as long as they ino were able. When they withdrew the onl) prop id which held them up, they had to fall. The Banks ai oon found themselves in a situation which compell o aed them to loouk out for thbrir resources. But their SdeJabtorecould not meet their demands. Bankrupt , cy was the inevitable consequence. llow lung ' have they bean tin a situation which rendered it imposaible to furnish the medium of exchange and d, the accommodations for the purposes of commerce and trade, that it was draigned thny should fur' hie nish, when they were chartered? Now, when it g is absolutely necessary to the dealer in tit: staplrs by, and produce of the country, to have cer.ain ac oa- commtodations, the Banks have not tie means of t granting them. They are crippled-they hove ,y not the natural energier-tlhey have not r covot red tvt, from tihe severe paralsais, brought on, in a great m measure, by their own folly, or in bolstering up Ii embarrassed or speculative tavoriter. They were created to promote honest industry and give an nw impeaus to enterpris--toeid in developing thie im. r omense resources of the country. Say, have they noi, performed their dutyl We have another objection to the favoritism ex. 'Ir hibited by the Banks. Ilabsa given a facttiious im. er portanca to men, who have not been intended by nature or education, to lead in council or wield a - dictatorialauthority, yet has the command of the purle or a conaciousnes o uf their power of an noying whoever dare dispute their pretensione, ip thrown around these lordlings of the green table ea seeming importance which Ihey wield with an ne, arroganoe not only ludicrous, but absolutely die. t uusting.' It does give them the power over the timnid and the sycophantic. They exert it on all occaniona, anaumirg a right to oversee and sou perintend the political and pecuniary interests of Ot the citirzens. They are becoming eo inflated with aoif.importance, that it is laughable to asee tile airs and graces which they cut "before high heaven." As aremedy for these exiatinag evils, we propose the adoption ofa free Banking law. I is a sub jest which is well worthy the attention of our Ie gislature, especially at this time, when the chart ers ol the Banks and their conduct are to be in. vestigated. Under a law of this kind, we should not have overgrown institutionsa, dispensing favors and aseuming to control the opiniono and actions of the community. New York has adnpted the system. The legislature of Georgia, following the example of the Emrpire State, has authorized he Iisl atsj, Othhr ehi i th ealb tldadt the btesideration. .it is- rspeea. iiy r*commended tl to tt . ttennlaof-th.. ate. It ii by fatr the ihost imprtant • act that elaims thestiy notice. . l .We shall resume this article end explain the 'O prianiples uoon which the system is founded. et Mr. PhtnisenfMiCisoutppi sade a meet eloquent he speech in the House of-Reprnesntatives, on the 8i 57th: on the subject of she recent defalcations PIl which have been perpetrated by Mr. Van BUtren's th BSub Treasurers and other acfliers, in which he lit handled Mr. Secretary Woodbury, the President, his policy and the whole of his financial schemes, ae with infinite ability. His illuatrations were lively Vi and fullofhumor-- vein of wit sparkling through the whole epeech. The xeaellent correspondent of I the Baltimore Pstriot, says that there was perhaps seurcely a strangerpresent, with wjtou notions of o' Mr. Prentis's character and geniue, his first ap pearance did not jar in a more or lese degree, but a few minutes listening, was sufficient to make m them forget the figure, and to engage their minds entirely and exclusively with his subject, and the spirit and vigor with which he treated it. Seldom a lsas there been a more striking example of the 'mens magic in corptre pame.' An attempt wee made to burn the steam beeat Milwaukieonthef28th Nov.: while she was lying at Grand River, near Danville, U. C. She I chartered by the Britch Government. A saw mail near where the boat lay, was destroyed. It will be seen by the annexed eorresponds e e that the proprietor of the St. Charles Theatre as t generously preferred a Beneit to the Firemen's I Charitable Asociation, which we understand will t take on To-Morrow evening. "'"--- New OSrsArn, Jan. 3rd, 1839. tt To /t President end Directors of the Firemen's ir haritable Association. t entlamen, As a testimony of my gratitude to the Fire t It Department for the strongly elicited sympathy in I a the fate of the St. Charles Theatre so heroieally and nobly displayed in the exertions ofthat body iton New Year's day, saving to myself and to the public that magnificent Temple from destruction! by lire, I most respectfully tender to the'Fireanen's ry Charitable Assooiation a Free Benefit. With respect, your obliged, : JAMES H. CALDWELL. New OnLrana, January S, 1839. i James l. Caldwell, Esq. at Sir,-In behalf of the Directors of the Fir y- men'. Charitable Asstciation, I have the honor to a acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the3rd a inst, tendering a Free Benefit at the St. Charles Theatre to that Institution. In accepting your generous offer,allow meI t ten n der the thenksof the fiiremen generally,for the flat. er tering manner in which you have noticed their ser vices at the fire-on the morning nl the let instant. s It will be at otnce their pride and reward, if they a" have manifested as much enterprise and publie a spirit in saving, as has been sojustly awarded, Sir, a to yout in erecting that splendid edifice. Respectfully, Your Obt. Set. GEORGE BEDFORD, 'ree't. n MURDER. A man named Jacob Carter mnrder ed d Chiarles Barit. Harden, in Pond Town, Georgia, on the 27th inst. without any provocation. He was apprehended and lodged to jail. - The Savannah Repaubican of the 3lst nult. tys na that the demand for cotton, for the week previous to had not been good, owing probably to the i'anks t- refusing to discount paper. The stock on hand in comparatively small and holders anxious for better - palers. Gov. Coss. This gentleman. for his literary ar. tainments antd his seemling moderation in politics, nobtained, whilst a member of Gen. Jackson's ce. er- binet the respect of all parties. and it was not al with the hope that his place would be better sup. ide plied in the War Department, that the eountry ar esaw himt sent on a foreign embassy. He has been bh recalled and it senms that his recall is made to aut give him an opportunity of answering certain ole charges alleged against him as a defaulter to the g3u vcernment.One of the Washington letter writers loh says that Case and his associates, it has been dier i.- covered, iave swindled the government out of Two o. MLLItoNS or DOLIns. The whole palace was in a nas anate of cnnfeuion and consternation, when the disclosure was made. When is this roguery to ts- e.nd? The CincnntuliRetRsbliean as now published by Messrs Ramsay and Bradbury. The former gen. tloman has been connected with the.establishtment fr four years past; the latter is most favorably knewn as the enterprizing and spirited publisher of the Cincinnati News, the first penny paper in the Wesnt, and the best. They are both gentlemen of ahi!ities and well qualified to render the Repub. lican interesting and an able advocate of correct principles. We should like to see the name of "Henry Clay" at its mast head. It is ahaslutely necessary that the Whig party should concentrate on him. Rostled Pork.-A slaughter house of Mr Shock. ley, at Warraw, Ky, was burned on the 31st ult, and five hundred hogs that had been cured and put tp in barrels were burnt up along with it Quite a sprinkling of a loss! Louisville .Jarket, Jan 4.-We learn by the City Gazette of this date, that the weather had moderat. ad during the two days previous, and there had been several slight attempts at rain, but the only effects produced by it,. had been to thaw the snow in the streets and to make them exceedingly muddy. The Gazette remarks: "The heavens are still overelnuded, however, and we may yet have a beneficial rain, although our hopes of it are faint." There is no Havana or Rio Coffee in the market; St Domingo2Oe. Some coffee had arrived from Salt River in wagons, and part of it sold at Iacts. No mackerel or molassea in market. Whiskey 48 cts, Flour $6 25 a $6 50. Sugar 20 eta. The Gazette remarks: " About 36 hhds have been received during the week from the mouth of Salt River, and sold at 20 cts-retail 5. A numberof wagons have been despatched to Flint Island about 50 miles from here biy land, for the purpose of bringing up sugar, ras there are, we understand, about 200 hhds at that point. It will command 20 cte on its arrival here. The partial thaw that has taken place, will make the business of wagoning, however, from that point very difficult, and if we have a heavy rain, it will have to be given over for the present entirely. Bacon from wagon 7 eta, hog. round-stares 8c. e Salt, Liverpool blown g450 per sack. Turk Island Sl per bushel. Fresh Fl.h at the 2d Municipality Jlfarket.-Mr. e Hotchkise with a most commendable spirit of enterrarise has made arrangements to supply the 2d Municipalitydilarket, regularly, with all the varieties of freshl faish that can be procured. He has for several mornings past exposed to sale a supply of fresh cedfish, one of the greatest deltsa. ctes that could possibly be offered, and we are pleased to learn that he finds ready sale of the commodity. Mr Hotchkise deserves the thanks and steady support of those who live in the Upper Municipality iar thus obviating the inconvenience to which they were liable, in being compelled to seek theirsupplies of fish as the lower marker, a penalty certain members paid for the benefit of the bully. Bankian is Ky.--We lear through the Louisville Gazette that a prjesct is on foot in the Kentucky Le gielature to instiu;ate a Real Estate Bank, the amount of cpital to be obtained by the hypothecation of real estate at one half its value, to be assessed by sworn comnttiesioner, appointed for that purpose: and upon this pledge the state to furnish ther bonds to raise the f true basis of all banking, gold and silver. The Louis iane Real Estate Bank is toube tihe model. Werry pecoeliar.-A son of our soil who kept the 8th of Jauuary, s some folksdo New Year's day, very Sgraverly asked his friend the morning after, if he had seen him take any thing the day befpre, for he declared on his honor, that hefelt as dry, as though he had never drank a drop in the whole coursaof his lite! Becond Muticipality Almack Baoll.-By reference to ouradvertisement, it will be seen that a proposition is on foot, toget up a series of Balls at the St. Charles Arcade Ball Room, upon the plan of the Society Balls, in the ast Municipality. Heretofore the citizens of this municipality who take pleartre in sporting "the light fantastic toe," have been compelled to seek the amuse. nmeat in the let municipality. The rules laid down for tla, sand elcaklaiqd, if eaAiccdelt thelis $ C redlerchd and mol t agren ble., .The Directory of these entertainmont willt; in excellent hands, and if the I.stit subscription be made lp,every thing will be prepared ji to impast gratification and furnishl healthful, delightful M and rational recreation. If this municipality ever In tends to patronize any .thing of the kind, they cannot have a better opportunity than the present affordet- Subscription papers have been lef al Several convenient i places, where gentlemen are invited to call and add their names. Remember the numberof subscribern is limited to sixty I Mies CLIFTON is nightly attraeting the most crowded and fashionable houses at Mobile. She played Biace Visconti on the 9th-being her third night. We will give our reader, due notice, when we again , receive an expres mail.-Mobile Advertiser. Can't they tell that from the appearance of your cot- day umns? If it bring no news, cni bone, will you give the important inforation ?1 We are not certain,but rather think there are sin or seven expreas malls due us, jist about this time. The osle mail came in yesterday. EzcA~nee fn Leoaoelle.-We leass from the Oa sn ette that the Banks are not drawing. New Orleans money 2 per cent discount. Missisaippi 5 per cent. The Charleston Courier announces with a degree of satisfaction thatthe express mail between that city and t the North has been discontinued. Our.express mail i 'U means to diacontinue itself, if let alone, but we are not satisfied. LETTERS FROM THE COAST. No. 3. pa In my lat, I attempted to show, the imperfection of M sthe law peassed for the regulation of "vesoels propelled D. oes i r w ,r in pert by steam." A few more words on ill that subject and we shall conclude. The final provis. ions of the act, are unjust, if not illegal. We have al ways understood it to be a principle in penal law'that ir the accused are in all eases to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. Tlis ast reverses thin wholesome principle, and in every case of death by steam boat ne ire eidents, declares the officer, or officers of said boat shall n be held guilty ofmanslaughter, and if fund guilty, pun ly ished accordingly. In this cae unless the Capt. ran dy prove himselfinnocent, he must of course be punished whether guilty or innocent. If sach a principle in law be established, whose life, or property could he safe T We charge youwith theft,and the law on our sharge supposea you guilty until you can find a witness to clear you ofthe charge. Which it may not lie conven 'nt for you to do, and notwithstanding your innocence, 13 you may be pro-judged guilty by the law. The rteam. boat low pre.judges the officers of a boat to be guilty Ird of monslaughter, and prosecutes for that offence, wilb. as t the aid of a sworn witness or prosecutrl Would it not be equally just to prosecute aman for theft, with. n- out the aid of sworn testimony, and merely on the 5t. charges of an enemy to that effect, and unless the ac Or- cured could prove himself clear, (the one of proofres ting on the accused, how could hh escape plnishment however innocent I Such a principle of law isdestruc- S lir, tive of liberty and good order, and ought not to exist in 1 any aet orlaw of any free government. The law enacts that Boats shall use chain tiler in-. at stead of rope tillers. The design of the law, here. is r- good. And in sea or lake navigation, thoey can be adopted with perfect oafety; but in crooked rivers, d with rapid currents, such an are met with in the west, H1 Pilots tell us, the safety of a large boot is endangered by their use. When the Mississippi is high and a , strong current of 6 miles and in places 6 miles per tus hour prevailing, a heat in descenditg the stream, is very C ke diffiolt and almost impossible to steer,so as for it to be kept in the channel, owing to the unmanageable con. dition of the tiller wheel, which has often to he turned ter very suldenly, in order to bear off the boat from banks, or from coming in contact with another boat. By using o ar. chain tillers the danger of collision on the river b-tween a, boat,in greatly increased: and it is no less strange than trite, that more lives have been lost by boat. coin ing in contact, than by their being burnt up before they ot could reach shore. The only intances known of lives uP- being lost by rope tillers burning, were those of the St. try Martin and Ben Sherrod, and even if the latter had pos en sessed chain tillers, she coultl not have been run ashore, to for two reasons. One was, the Pilot was driven imme ain diately from his post by the flumes--ond the second rhe was, the place of lalding was such, that slte could not crs reach tie shore sufficiently near to make it safe to pan dis- engets. (fo he contilued ) in fiss Ellen Tree ha been detained by the ice for two weeks past, near the Irtn lnksc. Sho was wen the ding her way to this city, and in expected here, au no,n y to as navigation is open, to fulfill an engagemetsr,at the St. Charlee. , rr=ww =a mms e.p~e...mamm D RY GOODS, CLOTHING, cc. The ubsecribers have in storm for ros, 300 bales and cases blenchld and brown danestic rhirtings and shteetln., 60 do Lowell cotrons, 7-, 4-1, and twilled, 5 do I.owell black mixed cnltonade, 10 do Union Hampshire drilling, 10 do super white Anguln flannel, 3 do white, green and mixed rorhing and felting. 40 do and cases negro clths, conasiting of mixed cordora korseys,and plains, black mixed wa tertwist kersevs, washington and warwmck jeans, mixed, plaild aod other lindstys,

20 eases French and American prints, various qual ities, 4 do sattinoes, drab, black mixed, and lilae mix. ed, 4 do lsper printed pongee and sarsnet tanker chiefs, 50 bales heavy brown Russia sheet no, 150 do Gunny Bags, small, medium and large el. 50 cases mantuaand gingham umbrellas, 23 to 36 inch, 30 casks winter strained sperm oil, 30 do summer strained sperm oil, 700 boxes sperm cadle. various qualities, 2110 do tallow candles, 801 do soae, varioas brards and q ndualities, 311 do wbhita nd dr codfish, 50 cases sweet Spanish chocolate, 210 boses tobacco, 81b, I2 lb and pound lunps, 80 do Hysot Tea; 5 chests young hyeon tea, Sicily ntadeira wine in pipes, half pipes and quar ter casks, brands of lnoraham, Tizna, and Colli, 200 coils hale rope, of superior quality. 150 casks Boston nails, 75 cases call, kip, seal and thick water water boots, 150 do calfand kip brogans, for men, boys and youths, 50 do russet negro brogans, boys, moan, and ex tra sizes, 20' do men's shoes, pumpsa and alippere, 30 do ladies', misses and children's slippers and boots, 150 do clothing, of various qulities, consistingof jackets, pantaloons, vests, shirts and frocks, adapted to the season, 50 hoxes paste blacking,t &'2 gros encOO, 400 empty Mohllsne Ihoghel ds, in order for filling, 6 cases playing cards, 20 sets Stoveon' patent balances, warranted correct; II1 salamander iron chests. jell ISAAC BItlDGE & "o, 134 MagazineFt 8,OOtOCapital Prize, Tckers only $2 Wtu GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Drawing of the Grand State Lottery Class 5. 2I, 1, 5, 42, 15. 45, 58, 11, 52 68, 57, 44. CLASS No. 77. Authorised by the Legislature of the State.. To be drawn on this day, Jan. It, 1839, at 6 o'clok, P. M0 at Bishop's HLotel. S DAVIS &CO, Managers. 75 Drawn numbere-12 Drawn Ballots. Splendid Scheme. 1 s814 Prizes. amounting to $93 539 Tickets $2 l00-Halves 1 0O0-Quartere 60e. Packages of 25 Tickets for $50, warranted to draw at least $24. Packages of 25 Half Tikets $.'5 war ranted to draw ate I.n t$1 O0 Paokngen of t5 Quarter Tic kets $12.50 warranted to draw at least $l 00. For packages of single tickets, apply at rh MANAGERS' OFFICE, janll 16 Chartres at S EtV BOOKS.-Rob of the Bowli, t .egemt oa s. n o ter. bye e the author ft'wallnw Barn,' 'Horn ,oe Robinson, &re. &c. o 2 vols. Just receiverd and for sale by WIM 3'KICAN, Joll car Camp & Conon eta D AY & MARTIN'S Paste Blanking-Jost received 10 gross ofvery superior Paste Ilac kiing, for sale by DAVID FELT & CO, 04 C'artr.s st a jalI New York Stationer's Hall STAE OF LOISIANA--Parish Cout frn e Parish and City of New Orleans: Present the SHonorableCharlaesMaurian. Judge. Jan. 9th, 1839. No.11409, Robt. Ingrahm ovs. hin Creditors. The ces sion of property by the Petitioner is accepted by tie Cort fr the beneit of his creditors. It i ordred that said ereditor. do meet in tre office of Horrlio Davis Enq. Not. Pub. on Tuesdav, tha 22nd day of Jannary, 1839, there and then to deliberate on the affairs of the insolvent, and in the meantime all proceeding against his lperson sad property is staved. Extract from the Minoutes-tlerk' Office, Jan 9,1839. jaull ABMAND PITOT, Clerk. SNKS-A beautiful artiler for arti.ts, rhooll, pi vote families, bankers, and mnrchanrts, oftold and .ilverlnk, which, when writton with, has the appear. ance oftold and silver. It can be used either with tie quill or steel pen, or fine hairbrush. Ladies will find it, for oromenmtal fainting, visiting cards, &e, to bh superior to any siilor article which has ever been introduced to the notice of the American public, for sale by DAVID FELT 4 CO, jell N Y Stationers Hall, t4 Chartreset ~flfl GAlL9. Winterprarned aperm loili 0 3110 do Fall attained do 10 000 Refined Whale Oil .150 hhbls Ta'ner Oil For salo by WII1TRIDGE & CO, jall 76 Magazine st [OMAN CEMENT, landing from shin Elizabeth, i/ frott Loudn, fto sale Iv jnllt READ & BAIISTOW.7 Bank Place. 210 bhoes Soap. Mleacham's bhrand, landing from ship Colnmbiana, for eale by jai SHALL& BROWN, 96 Magazine t . ORODA(G, Ike.-10 coe taried Ropea aesoited Ssies, from 2 to 6 inch; e * Spnyarn laRiil tlcs.ts ttdtlfi alca, Deep rea unt tianlnal liner; R gging - I.*lhcºt tOo for#ea Icy l1 R. lEA D & BARSTOW,7 Bank PlaIe M -MTARIE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. Don Bail AS ayd [TI|E Spring terting, for 1839, will commence the I T I a.t Wednesday, 27tlh March, and continue five Vlc days. P. CENAS, iec'y. G a latt B ACON SIDES-50 hhds Cincinnati, cured in store wi and forealeby STETSON A. AVERY, I 1 jll 8 Gravier st s L" UR--80 bra cholce brano lDn stare andt)ofr satie F by i DORSEY, jll 44 New .evee UNY BAGS-30 bales iG tOre, i sale by jl 44 New Levee TO BE DRAWN TO-DAY, Jan. Ilth. d The following te tte drawn numbers of the Louls SIan Loltery, Clas 37, for 1839: it 46, 61, 19, 71, 31, 36, 62, 63, 53, 49, 23, 13, 50. $10,000 CAPITAL PRIZE. Pa LOUI SIANA LOTTERY. Authorized by Act of Legislature. Chspter XLIII, psaled ltich 91, 1828, Class No. 16 Ilr 1838. to be of drawn on Saturday Jan. 12th 1839, at 5 o'cloek, P. LA M. stthe Eehange lotel, St. Charles st. id D. S. GRE(ORY & Co. Succseeorn to YATES SMcIlNTYRE c Co. 01 75 Numbher-13 Drawn Itallots. o ao i prizeof $10: 000 i. $10 I at I do 5000 5010 S 1 do 35110 35440 I do 2 500 2 500 e I do I 940 19411 SI do 1500 1500 II I do 1350 135I t 1 do I 250 I 90 Iii - 10 do sI 01 10 000 e an 10 do 5110 5i 00 m ed 20 do 300 6 l10 al 20 do 150 3 000 e 151 do 10i0 15 111 hi 63 do 50 3 15) ge 63 do - 40 2 5214 so 126 de 30 3180 IN do 20 2520 ' 37805 do I 07 8704( e, 23814 do 5 117 180 126 814 Prizea moun tl o to 91243 090 11 Ity 'Tickets $500 Ilalven $I 50--Qtlrers 1 25 b. Packages of 25 tickets for $71. Prekagen of 25 c I half tickets $3'. Packages of 25 Quarter '1 ickets for 4) $18 50. For Packroes or sinle T'ickrtn, apply at D. S LGREGORY & Co. ithe 9oanagera office, lte janll 35, Cainal street, next to Camp st le- x PEIt.ll 0)IL-5000 alls. winter stiained sperm e oil, just received and foTr sale by jo jal S ILOCKKE &Co, 8 Front Levee F sc. SECOND MUNICIPALITY SELECT BALL. it in T is pvo.ed eto give a seeries clAlhn.k Ila'l, in the let.Charle, Theatre Aicado Ball Roonml, ti he ri" gulated by Ihe holloeing rtlh., and any otlhers the in subscrilero inay tIlnik proper Ill adopt. Is nul.0 1 be The series to coteist ol light Balls, to conmmence n Thursdev, w ind take pa e every alte:nate Thura rF, doy, until the w1hole are eomllleted. UtR red The her.riersl not to exceed sixtyl in nimlber--sulh a erription l$l1 each moml e; elcnl Iy.he in advance. per The Bull to Ite under the asle maenagemeiit of a ory comiittee of nine, to btei sleelted yl tihe sui.eriber, t he coemlnittee elecling one frolm that number for their Presidett. on anutL 4 nrd Each subscriber to be entitled to two Lade's ticket. OtiLO 5 All lady's tickets to be isuned by the coimnmitter, and t on no consideration call they he traroferred. een tIiUr. 6. en Subscribcer's ticket tI Ie issoied by tle colnlittee only; applicalion for which lmst he Inade to the last comnrittee tmceelieg, Prinr to each Boll. The pri1.e of hey each ticket to lie piid byI the comltiiltee. Oine hnlffrf ives the )oreed, 0o go tie tirector--tle residue iito the I St. spper fund.ll tvLE 7 os- Al' refresllmlenit tobe provide lly Ihe society, lile !i j ore, -ttceforif.-leignol ioi ellelei emin. i N. Il. Suhrriptn:on lists at ther m, hir straro of fir. Casey , ICCninp st- flenres. JnoJlllla &. Co, t-trlater of "- t. otd Chuorl"t and Cehmmn u strele, tI l ollo,Lk ctreol Win.'. not 1'Kean, clrllor of Camp & C(ommon: in tlCh lheadin_ Room ofthe T'le merican, ;and at thell lox ff)mei of the St Carles 'leot Lvtr A TANT ES-A I- lhit lIe xer o l Ilee ge ini o e 1 clre i f er upelri oer ito . I!' li , !, rTr lello e ib I j'lc Sd L.)CK & '8 Froll Lr,¢eL fau C lll'rl'l LI.AUl--51' kegs, No I in ...... fr ....e e S l r by LOCK d Tsian, jan10 8 fhrotu Iu.pIT, bt iJANTFD--.A hd slbol 12 ,,r 14 .,rvs oi gr, in the citl. Adrlre.a box, No. 29? , Poet Oilie. n njsll-2 _n_--I _ _o NEW PUBLII A'rIONo 1 IE Mere:liallt' ic Manueeil, Ceeet risini9 lete principhe s i f trade, cmln eerce nold banoking, wihlh II lceleit'r nccoucitl, ilinllll ll elirieig bill, pinr of Enghlciid eqiathln o ie i cii.e1ei ieL. bey It FFoailer. in I)emocrcnev in A elie, by Ali.xia do Ticqteeillo ied I ivol. r. Ansn in Ieii ply.ical structuro, and adaptationo, by sick Robert thldie. Tchn Flower Gaorden: col.l4ing direeciinis fTr the ol. cultivatioi of all garden e flwurn; with selected liits i lie most aonpoc.d tanual biehnialn, and perrennialf mix- flower phnt", in I vol., Imo. Glesningleg of Nature eiieteiteiog iftyv-ovene groiups her. of aneieals and plhits; witth oputiltar doicriptirleT o their habitu. By lRobert ltdlc. The I iccims of Cnlinfc; hbeing eatracte front tile Dif esi.rv of n American t'Ihysiciun. Outword Bucod; or a Mterchant's Adoeniure, hby the a n36 .ethor of'Raotlit, the Reefer,' 'Tie ld Comlmodoren' new edition, in 2 voles. A Residence of Eleven Years in the New Holland and the (arolice itland,, beina the Advrnturea of J. F. O'Connell, Edited from hte verbal narration; in I volume. Stevenson'e Civil Engineroeriog of North Ameriec, in I volumne, 8vo. Gray'a Elegy. illustratrd, I vl, 8vao. Grey's Bard,illuatratolt, vol, limo Weolster's Eloemente o Physic, I vol, 12no. oar. Roscoe's Life ofLorenzo de Medici. with a memoir Ii, of the aluthor, in I vol; jaual received and fur sule by Wi i lnO EAe.N, nov2 coyr ofCaenp & Commlcn n C tI(IM1TSMAI aod Now Year's Prervens, far lb39. Fidsn' 'rTableaux of the Aflfeetins, 12 plates, do Doames of Byron, moroorco elrta, do Iluotrationar of llvruo, 2 vole, s.o, do (Gallery of thb Oaces, dr Illistratrins of Br on, 12l plates, I vol, do do rip Bibe, 2vole. Oriental Annuals. Hsath's Beauty's Costumes, do $hakspeareo Gallery, do Keepsaoe, Ilslatrs iodns ofcontland and the Waverly Novwle, Buds and Illossoms, The Ages of Female Henlry, The Iookof Royalty, I2.pLsrse, richly colored, Spnnioh and Moorish seeery. 4 yole, Fisher's Juvernile scrap book, The ImperiaI, Lolnfield Coast Scener , Jenning's Landscape Annual, Counter and snoiel'sOriental Annuanl Ackerman's Forget iMe Not, lThe Friendhrip Offering,. Th Cbriutisan Keespaske, Tbe Gift, The Token, The Violet, The Portrait Gallery of Scotland, The Kooance ol Na.uer, T'he Moral of"lowore, The Spirit of tile Woods, for snle hv d24 W' Ml'KEAN,corCamp lComoln ete i EDICAL BOOKS-Just received and for sole at I tie new bookstore. 49 Camp stresel: Alercroobie oi the stomach and brain, 2 vola Armstrong's PIractice 2 vle Iell's A ,atomov, 2 vols--Bell on the Nerves Beck's Mledicali Jurisplrolnes Col,pPr'a Snrgery.2 vole Cutler on Bantlatas Curiocit es of lledicol Experienee Coopr's Sorecical Dictiol.nry Dunglesons' Physiology, 2 vol. D)eweeas on Chlldlen.-lewees on Females Eberle's Prctieo--Ebr sTl's Thralutics -do. onr Gllrln'e urorgery, 2 vole Gtmh's Midwifery Gerlard on the Cheat Herner's Anatomy, 2 vo!s Ilooper' Mehdical Dictionary Ilil on the Nerves Kramer on thile Ear-'Lacune on the Chest Louis on Plthiis--Louia on Fever bleig's Midwifrry- clntnrh'h Practise, 2 vole Wood & Bache's Dispensatory &c &c dc Catalogues at the stres. dli ALEX. 'OWAR. CYCLOPEDI AS! DICTIONARIES!! EES' Cuclopaediao 47 volse. Edinburg Lncyclo Pensy Cycelopaedie, vol 11th. Encyclopedia Amner iconan, 13 vole. Prnly Magssiom for 1837; Gorton's Biographical Dictionary, 3 vslC.; \'al er's Dictiolary, I vol. Buyer'u Dirctionary, / fol, Wel,beerr. do I vol. Johnson & Walker's Iiciiosary, 1 vol; Newman & Barrrtlt' Dictionary.2 vole. Johb1on'n Diictionsry, bhter's Dictiona rv,2 vo.s; lBover-' Ditionnrvy, C volo; Also ia large supply ofEnglish .r'uveoniri. &r, for sale by \VMHi MAcKEAN, dli cor Cnmp and Commonst: O IRNFOP ATOA'1A O iWANTED. F PATR CK hMcCANN. who lItl New York last, fnor this rity, bh,,ut thne miihdle of October formand has not sineo been h'ar llfronm. Any in. rhe ttion left uat this office c.nceerning him will thr hac.i rlly reeriveil by his wife, (wiho is now in reis caty., Should this im at his syn lie i etrnestly dqnested to sakse known to her his t.lane of resi. one 0. dec27 Cabem St. Theatre. Positively the last night of MAD. LECOMPTE & MONS. MARTIN. This EBosing, January II, When will he performed, for the last time, R LA SYLPHIDE. BRil Donald, Alr, ieronpt';e Fera, Bailie Mlaewhnapple, ennison, Don Hela, Areher, A SlI ph, laartn. leSylphldle, Madame i ensomle, Etherie, Mies rurnbull. Nli A Grand Ps de Deus will be danced by Gral MIdame Lesotepte and Monseur Marlin. Previous to which, the favorite Piece of MY FELLOW CLERK. Tactic, Mr. Barrett, Sel Victim, Johnson. W On haturday thedragedy of .Mabeth. IEtTho FOATY THIEVES will shortly be revived, wilth ew* selclry. In rehearsal, THE WA FER WITCH. LYCEUM. EN SAINT CHARLES ARCADE. area ullanrtea. MONSIEUR ADRIEN'S : WONDERFUL PERFORMANCES, ha AND THE OPTICAL ILLUSIONS. Admittance':: $1-Children half price. Perlormnnee to commence at 7 o'clock. I TO MERCHANTS. S O?.IMERCHANTS can have a IlEAoUTrll. CIRCU LaR aisiruek ofatlj fAour h NoTie, bhy alliang at the t. s Compting Room of TRUE AMERICAN PattsTno; I Orricu, Lt.Charles Exchange, adjoining the REan*. tss Room at Corner of Graier street,.or at the P'int alt i ing ODice, earnerof Poydras and St. Charles streets. I.ED WILKINSON. IhII 1o DEPUTY SURVEYOR GENEPAL or LOUISIANA, 4 O FFERS his services to the puiblic in the deparlt- i no meats ol Surveyiig and Civil Engineering, both 50 in iow nad continy." From onsiderebte en .eliecc in hie profession and by prompnieso and fideltt in oll 00 eection of busineu a entrusled to him hbe hole to atr et and receive a ser of rpubllic patronago. He til Hf also measure and calculate the tosntent of walls and o excavations. Ofllce No a Chartres. ireet,secndstory Io ihack. he 51n Blank Checke, Bills of Lading, Auaction 80 Bills, Pamphletl, lshow bills Cata '" logues, &c. &c. no ilORDER afor the Abose, and every other des - cription of i'PRIIN 'IYNGd received at Cnmptitng 193 Room of"TRUE AMERICAN," in Sr. CHAnt.dS E. 2 CHiNoE, 3d door from Granvir street, or at the Ptrintig t.r lflice, corner of ioydra- and St. Chlarles itreeti. Extensive and beatiful IHoon and .Ion Founes, t from the best Fmmndries i Ihe United .lates, have just been added to the already well-stocked Eslablishment; S-and ORDERSe will be executed as I.ow. as Cheoaply, ree Expediitously and BeauOifully, as at any other Otfice ,1, in the City. the Nov 1- rl f t UN POhVDER-501 kegs surincior GUe PlowderI theG" 'Nitro Ilall Millet; 3iR0 kegs atorti b Powelrr, for ce by to d'5I AiDAM'S & Wl'llt'-l.l.,li7 ernlieret i OT ATiIEse-461 bri ino esxerleni order, Inndiog re t' P froem brig Liila, and ilr .il byy j3 G I)OtIt EV, 44 New leve A tIIl,. I Ell MAI.AGA IRAIlINS-II ll wholet and F half bhxes, fer sale by ABtRlAIIAl 'Till lI.C , joill It (irw ir at S"u OUIVII.LE BANK CIIECK.,l chheck on the lr hL ank of Louisville fot $5150i for ale hI r i dair cre oI'hyTSON & AVERY, IS (ruvier st S PEIlI OIL-2000 geall. Winier it.oined Sperm S (il, for sale h) SIIALL & UItIoWN. dLal nt96 hIlgnrtie et nrod - CARDS 113 PRINTEt at tle shortest Notice, in the most te. eklgant monnec, in Black or Colored I.se, on Eannlel i led, Whitle lake, or Phihn nshtreecd CAnln0, aid a Sof Prices eery reasonmbl at T1U IT AiMiIIICAN O F Ike l(:E, corner of l'oydras and St. (l'ltleo is.. I eeieTl N.r. a nad IleHlli, tl Fotods oj 'l'yer haire ti jns been added o tlle Istfeblishment. Orders reeeived ) Colletiil G i Rest, SP. Ctharles 11r E lchange, C3rd dooer frone lnviet .,or at /th I'riuttht oia Officr, corne r of P'lydrets & St. Charles Sl treelts. line noel- -t C n ldllll ,ThilElAM r si., T hI - jnl S .ll.\l.I. h III O'\' , !i fs l eiine S eachI, ilore, a lNd S elre IT In t T ' jillu 51Nl.1.I & BIt' i'N (i Mn gene tt aile Ol'ATill-I ..l han-etrr.e tlllt,-n Itul ot, pie e in rll IE (irlhan' Lyre: a colleln or ollior e n ael n ith I. e erlllil r forsinwl iIOsic tntlic*s, lI h, .l,: delrcteted illn then most celmh,taed rl, oltera, and ar ranged iwil a Piant Forte arloneulllllhll It inec edi lioln. Alsn a goid teollcintln ofglted, crlhrnl rmtlc rnem lfsra er. for sale oitlttI or ht' e jt ettntit ltogetlher tVltit at'se vari'tfv oit Nw clltuil:it l ttt* lltia ia Frte, for sil irntt : redtuced yrices, by Al.X TIWAI, ia4 rIGt tIin p COTTON C(IRCUIAICS , by PRINTED wit th te Greatret Ee1trd lion, arl ilte ina toyle tinsrpassed ii, Nmwe aI.E,\Ss, or :ibin tIt Iwhrere. n eOREns left ol sCoperlto Rt,n itr S,. r s fn rlee E eltp lchniee, (Corner of Graenir St. ) or at T R U If A AMERICAN 'RINTINGl U 0 FIC , Di ecorner f Peydrede and St Ciharles Strerts, trill be the promptly altndrd to. o De. I-if. land STEAM BOAT BILLS. f J. IWNERS, AGENTS, or CO PTAIN SofSTE.l in 1 BOATIS a have thbeir Bills struck o, in one a inor more Colored Inkla, on Plain or Colored Palper, with despatch, and on favornbte Terms, by leaving their OanuaOta TRU e AMERICAN OFFICE, corner of Poydraa and iSt. Charles streets. toir Nar29--if 1 AVANA CIGARS--reeived from his b anate-. n tory in Ilavan, an ssoertmnt l n3HI4,000 Cigars, S ofthe heast quality--Trhbucne Regalia, Catoner , for 9 eale by R FARI -,O, a, ja7 17 & 58cCatom Ilotf.e ,t G UNNY BAGS-35 hbales (3 busllhel bgs) it aistole anid for sale by G 1 DO111EY, , ja5 41 Now l.etrei BANK NOTE ENIGRAVING. RAWDON WRIGHT, HATCH & IDSON IAVE opelad al olflce in New (Orleais. possesting cqual advnntages ith ithleir hIuise ill Nnew York. il it the Ilr cnnoli oriag an I prlitli HAllk 'ittin, [litlidel ills of Eneclauge, Ccrlil:aletr of il'ittoiie, Clleteks altd otlher imliorlolti psere, ietlt.rintsg aenritt tead, Iagilat 'orgeries; a nd have iltlde alilt P llvioolUr Ih' caft keeping oI nil Ilcate uInd i1itltrresnittn eItirUst. ed to theiroare Iheir Siieoi - etls etlhrt-c Ihe IIoirn of ovsr five hundredt l okitit ioililoions, etid anl itrders will ben esasced with prttttlltltde, nd on Ihbc neutl lerlns. Office, corner uf Royal & Canal lreet. jn7-tfr WASHINGTON BALL ROOM Dress & Masquerade Ball, Sr. Philipetreethbetween loval & I.orbon. S l Mnger of e abhove nuld Hull uRoo,grntc tulr to ha frieands and the public to thbe ooparal. lnled platronage bestowed on hint lor.overal sausuns, reopectfully informs them that Ith estalli-hloent has been enlarged for the almuenlent of visitors, and un dergone inumene rre ire. 'lb, bar will be surpassed by noon in quality of liquors, and the RePtonrat v. ill be kept by the ablest Itetnaulretur ill tied United lates. The room will re-open on iaturday eventng, 3rd of Novrehr nexat. by a GRAND I)RESS & MASQUERADE HALL, and will lake Ilacean usual cvery ,lolnyv, WVelean. day and Satarday evening, duriny the oseaon, whlch. will and an the tot of blnay, 1839. N.H. The rnteast artrntion will be paid to ke,p. nlog lurfect order Ihrotughuut the esialdli aloont, as wo dune laet seasonn. a ALUALE BOitKel-For Prenctte, &c.-Dlrawing Roonm Scnraplook, ill 2 parte, ontUlnolllg i2 n perb steel engravings. ()age D'Armite, 73 fine engravings, printed in Frenchd and English. Italy France and Switzerlond, in 2 parts, with 92 aplenlideteel engravings. Syrit, the Ioly Lrnd, AFia iline.r, &c., illustrated with 37 large engravinga. The aborve ore ofroetal qunrto size, anl are hound in embonsed leather, und handnnelcly gilt, with gilt edges &e. &e. LondonhrCbistin Keeprake for 183; and 1838, roya octvor, embossed Eover, Zrit edg., nc. &c. I The thone are on conrigoanent, and will be sold very chleapat the New York ntntioner's tlall ino I DAVID F EL'I' & tCo. 21 Chartrea st JOItK &b BEE'-Prime Pork and ited, at the in jn, etion, in store and fto- ale by jat0 G ItItotEY, Now l.evee " IL.TI'It.'G-- l canse, cotttprtoicg a g.'ntrnl es. enorttrttat of loundatobntt, Pantalotst r Vetl,, Snirts, &c. now landutn and for fale hb Ail i BRIDGE & Cno, 131 Magazineist L AKD-t-)0 kegs lndin . Irt trarer Owego nnaid Sfor sale by Ui Dt)iltI,, 14 iew Levee. kTLOU .-6til bla let dlg lioc rFt. trutornurnn icsor i t itd for sale by ii tL)OIS 1, ijal0 44 New I vre S .PERM andlee-O'nboxes Nn Bledlford, jortre. eived and tor rutla Iy SHIAtl. & IRttII)WN dl0 96 Magazine t o landintg fre o it, run, tdtftir nlte bI jalO Silal L& It'i\'WN, 46 \M.gazine Pt tW HIKEI'-tI bherrlee reet.lird, fr ,tlob - y i;. W)RSEIt 1.t Niet ler,·e St. Charles Theatre. THS IEVENING, JAN. 11, 'Will be performed the beautiful Play of ROB ROY. Rob Ray, Sr. "colt, Bailin Jrrvie, Finn, Franeir, illlltrr, Douigal, . arrison. Pinion, Mrs. Frtren, Diana. Debar. National Airs,by Orchestra. Grand Pas Saul, _by Mad'le Ravenor. To eonelude with the new Pieee of TIHE MAID OF CROISBY. Sereant Austerlitz,. Mr. Bronwe, Wailer, Cowell, Franels, Iaebar, Marietta, Mrn. Harrison, Theresa, Farren. JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AND COPPER.PLATE PRINTER, No. 3, Camp St. eILl . engrave and print to order, bank notes, bills ofebange, hills of ladiug, diplomas, mereaan. tile and visi:ine cerds. notarilt, eonsular and counting holtse seals, door plaoes, nsilrr wore, 4e. -alnwys a hand, an anortalent of silver plated and brass door plates. ,P e Cards prnted from plates already ograved. nov20 rorss and Maeasquerade quails. MANSION HOUSE HOT'EL. NEW LEVEE'I'TREET, Inmediately ill iOrntAol Sthen steam boat landing. the above etrablish rmeat will tre re.llned on Lurday eveninga , lee. 2nd, 1833, forths season. Ball days. ~ondayrsTonldayas, nod Thnrsdnva. Said establishment will be lilrnaioled with tle alloiret liquors, and a g rnod Reacaurat will be attached to it. The nmttge c of saild esonltinbhment have enraged snleient Police officers ato kee1 good order throughout Ile establiashment; there will be a placea to delmasit clonkre. canes, d&e. No pleron cshaell he ladmitted in the Ball Room witll weapons erany kind. h Enov2 A--- - I0 EAVANA COFFEE-75 bags prime quality lI ie satre, and Flr ralo by . j.l ABRAHAM TRIER, 34 (Grerier H Great Attraction: IN CONDE 'I'REE'r, NEAR tlOl'irTAL. rt Ig Strlped hyena. rI11E ExtensiveMENAlERIIE nf Seensre. Waring e and IRavyeonl, will Cpen oen rllrdny, Jan. 6th, 16,r9, and rwill .min oper flrrr a fi days only. 'rhose wlo are Iid ofNatural Ilirorr, will do well nd jr hre n NEW ORLIEANS IF JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. o I'RIo ilnue'Ilt'lri ,e reht,.millr errrvenlce on Wred I C e ia uo, l3 th:lrill M , rFrrrlrrn s arrcre 5 a rin. "3 atictlarr drr. . rN . I , ir ANli,"ie't,.-(."kdcl nnd r h i tae; (d le6 Ir:rtirrf a rh,8rten precerigirte, norare tskrrrrr .rLIPSE Sir .'. irch ill ernn re r e one l rlrltra tnerm l o Ooe.i i Clmde lrrr lljr On l'lt, Irity l r. of c-a---,li. h r - - -. Mnni-br rrrlP r odto erobhng~rca, neal lor td Amr hnailt nIaer IorerrOne dolitrt t lta ldgecn ralilrrieg. a I, rrl riy rea , ar. dr 5. r r 5t RErVAir e of..l..... on " U warr bresrtien opeit l ladrr hlngt, o's, on b the e o ailt i, thod 81hrr in8 , atrtd tO i daekel nooks a ".q Alltreana8ugare r o rr Midnata. Coe red rterorr, te5 olber lrak, with gil t adge) hon lrrnin r vailo v iotuabfl oales, ca a lrfor fra toc4,f1 rnwB , ~'errcolt ard raytnlm R ear r O F llsr Cnbilri .nrr, lnblrN on or aket oipn ath of alncl, 188, and anted tft toll of Marsrh, 1837; tile precise dates not re rcollelcted.r o All persons are forewrned not to t rare for said note. Anlollg tile ilapers is a receipt of depoitls, witb Burke, r.t Watt Co., for 5 II payment o whic, as well a tahe note, hus been sltpptd. fli The prf,.et Imii is to he lel at the counting room of Burke, Wllt S. Co., wlle Illt rewad will bee pa d. re jin. Iýawlo, 5. B. WAr tI. ST. MARY'S MARKET SI'iA,I FERRY CO. ) ýO'I'll:: tiE ereby gives, thai ia pursunlne ofun Or dinunce, passed iey t[lo Council rt the 2nd aluni. 410a cilpnlity, on \.edneaellavy te 2 JanuarvI839-BrHoke k oefsulmcriptio, ntot tllbettpilnltltack ol'l.2blu0 in shares j LA'.I b-Jlsl received : rt'.es of very splendid 1J \'((nigh Slates, hard wood fi lltes, fr eal, by IJAVII) I'ELT &. tCo,2r i Chartres at jalO tew York siationen. IHail AICO[OL- - I tt laruls host- r I.abratory pure Alcthlll, nowlolding f'ron ,hip Columbiana, end for roeh Iby JAJI' + &1 ANKD.EWS, _jul(. oar Cmnuat & TcoIpitoulaso ti LUWI.I . CT'l',.tN'--F1ti fit'e- bhles 78 Low . ell coltons, IttdiWt fiter suale by j3 l ISAAC IlMtlsl.E & C(o, 131 Magazine o SIlt'tI te-Frty Iaa extra. .m;l o leetins; Sfifteer baltes exlea havy hbrow hlirtings, landing for salo by ISAAt BRIDGE & Co, jan8 131 Magazine at cLANNEL-Landing. ten bLa lrn annola ftlarl, fr sale by ISAAC BIIDGE& Co, S8 134 Mlagazine. 1r75;on.igneeo per ohip North America. from At.t war4p, are rtqueled to tlake (I their Tpermits and at tPIIt lit. ile rteipt el Iheir good,l Inom rli rig opposite pont '3, in 2Ed municipality. L It GALE, ja7 93 Common to SUTTERB.. kegl GonhrnBo.tttr, hudingtand for sale by jd 8 nod J I WIIITNEY, 73 Camp et Ri ' i1 FSSLIO.S..A tpletld onnortomon of Frinh Wri. ting Deskl, various sizes nd pIatnerln, for cain Sby DAVID 'ELTund co, ji New York Stt.tunerc' HaIlr i Chartres at A LMaANACS FOR 1e39, for nahi whnl.ale and IRetail by - CD (VII) FEL.TS nt ico, Sj N York Stationer' lais. lS4 Camp at C El IF7nr-.u barriol Iltletlie Cemtan, landiu tfro ship 'Tarqttit, lr s.nlo by jot4 & J P WIIITNEY,74 Camp at UNNY RAGl)--455 hblesa Gony lag, o close a,,l prritt teoture, yuithll tr fo alta, bya jol0 I dRIDGE, 134 agatioe at 7 011t. ' C-50 ltttr.i peptrrtt CardleietarinUUa brands 't- ,tbotetn talow Ctrtdlra; 3;l1 ltoxeeaxrtn N. I and imittion tt . I p 4ull , oxen wbale In d dry Cdlilsh, titr alr Iy ISAC BItlDGiE & CO, ial0l 131 lMagnaine ritl F-LOt'O.7c brlamlio n from Pt Boat. for sala by 7l G DOI SEY. 44 New Ivean POTATOES br 'oa ptimet order, for anle Sy JL i't S DORSEY. 44 New Leron R l(I'E--Ie:askneupey in- nr-- crp CaaoTillta Rice, for nal Jt by WIII'PRIDGEnad co, ;iMnlgalne at t5ATt..BI60bushbr.i9ftt, Se atom. anti Po treatby 0 jI IVI I'FIltDGE aud co,76 Mliasaine at 1 I.3i . i .b Ioxes BtL:on hNo.S I Poap, landing from ship j S aodJ P WIIITNEY, .l Camp at J I F EL il l .tl lS--l l tIlt l ll:t t.t t lyer t' pattle t Ftt, i provel Life Preerters,just receiveId, for sale by iat VIITIStll(tIE &(t', 76 .tlagaeine at SUto A S HI,.E' 1.CS-Il-14 bales Ilu.jia tlhenat itlage, fr sale by WIIITIEIDUE & Co, jalO 76 Sagna.ine sl

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