Newspaper of True American, January 18, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated January 18, 1839 Page 2
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Matl Regulations. He Great E.aetern .Mal is closed every day at 10 d'elock, A M-aI due overy day at 12, M. 2he E.pr.s .lMail is closad overy.lay at half.past 10 A M--Is due with the groat Eastern Mail. overy day. The Lake .Ail (via Covington, La.) is cloced awry Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 6o'elock, A M-Is due every Taesday, Thursday and Satur. a.t . PM. "lTe Lauiseille or Rirer Rail is closed every Mondayf Wednesday and Saturday, at 8 P hi-Is seat and returned by steamboata.-Arrives irrogn. laly three time. a week. The Boyoer Sara or Coast Mail in closed every Tuday and Friday, at 8, P M1-Js sent and re. tInd by the stearnboat Brilliant. The Alexandria or Red Rier Jllail is sent irregu. elaly by steamboats, twice a week. COMMERCIAL. Charlton. Jan ............n, itJ.. New York, do.............. 7 icaiN- Ja .a.......... Phi dai phs do ............ 7 Ia ivls, e o............ ltimre i, ... .........i: t. ouats, Jano.....l umio ('t ea) do........ 5 ParisN .............. 4 Hosacn, doe..... .......... 2J7 Iaedeel. Nr....... na I Nashville, Jan............ 11 lavre do ................5_ m ,, '-rr.m ,m • .,. ,, * C LF-.tR AIncan. 3Aetttciy 17. hi.p Columblnn, Sticat for Ilmle., PIItertc, Slhip Shiekepcre, Peleoi-, for Na Yirk, rln ~4 Cohen Slip Roiithini.,D ighit, fr Nitci in itniluct; lnetr Ship CnrolinaI Lewil, tot llOstoII, ' A )Isrratt tl·k lohu (.lili, innnvr hr I.Jpe ita, i c cicall i Master IBriI (/ Ferdi uandolink. for H Ca. yIililt lh IrIlridor. llemslnor, for I!11.·./t1 ~Pritll IlilSt8ilnou.. Peokrd. f-r Newn YurkL. 4· 3 P Whhlnay. kllr IIalila. Ohnyre, l'or 8·erlfllollOl CuareIovilln Sl1op Witer Wiilch,Bulkcerc, frTexs, JA lirh l& n o AR B.IVAI.i. Trowboat Pilnti Clrkle, fr,-n N E Pac., hirinp toed to ien sip PI'heiin eand hrtii Cii/ain, ni d Caithanins; rstirnid tt Ine city with chip Republinc, brignl'hertse l.nuilc"nd Sinr nohnltena, ad ethr ccncc. L[ct nl Bar on the IGtB inn, at ltptc, rcpoNiont 5r15 in the olng.,iud several tellei in the liter. uSlip Republictn. lruceel, 10 dnye fromt Nn c Yok, to P L[ndito. trl Theresa tltithe, Crdontne. tno n Verc Crute lt init, toI (leetni, elith 10(in.ireclets. ' l Briy Iblnl lloulron, Uaslset '8 d~yl lus Ollh, elon, il bi bl Irt to MMLI·P Brig Verlmcn Perhinc.lI dtyn crtI, ostont. ton ;Siten. Se.l.mr Itcellt. tlnuricnt. finr ailnyIttl Penr. * l Ptlelet Amcrictn, hitonitc. 2cc, n.ltlyli nphl tirtemptlin. netnaemr C1ar. InIe fTrom ,,liith of (l)in. Bcturte' Wcstern, Price, fromc .tmilhlnt.l, IC. Sntolnor atlon tlouen, Irwin 'ron Rave..qarn. Sec.,m picect Ccith Cnrion, froeln Gil'ldu.n , It btllect, to Sonmg 4 lnctloln. EXiPOR Tt. 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A irtyn hi h hcic i-I +' \lwkenlu. r-a h, I(*r bleo )11]l s i\v l PrlOn plli Nay"-~ ,i; Al , cnmille i i Se o l Prig Atc nnneyrlh11 llilcni +liarnin cite Dy ii ut hipncirn.itc, boiniisciciar, St Hun Wh°Ila Iil' IosiuPJ llly, L Wood;llld S . .rrOB'o ~ m+,.dAlv . -m wl.Baey oado ,IIU rh nho 'Jnlm FOIR FREIGIIT OR ('IiARTEil Tj -I lhe I qoiorso hr .II;1.IA ANN, We - :orr, masler, at.,y , I't Io :d I ready n. rr a e lv e I' i f o. c m l ,e l,= . w ill g ., u p or ow ll the river o l d. 'r ter ms a t l. . jel8 IAII. & Jl N,.agzite at 13,000! Capital P'rize, Ticke, r only F4 00 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Drnaiwi of Ith, Grand State I.otterv Cas 2. 16, 19, 6.3l60, 7, 37, 75, 70, 55, 5, ,,B. C L.AtS No. . Authorised by the I.oe gial. re of the tlate. To I,, drawn 'l'Is Doy, Jun. 18, 1R33, at 3 o'clock, P. 31. at Bishop's Hotel. 3 DAVI. &UOC, Managers. 75 Drawn numberD-- 1 I)awu linallutges. Splendid Scheme. 27 814 Prizes, amounting to $192 323 Tickets $4 00-ilalves 2 l00-Qrlters 1 00. Paeknoge o1 l'Tirkhts for $1(;0, wnrr0lmPd to dn00 at least $+18. I'.ork.e oe'5 Italf'ltiheket,, $g:t tIwnr. ranted to hroaw t leas $ 4 01). Pa'kagerof ::5 Quarter Tioketm $2.500 warraotrd to draw at lot $12 00,. For packa;e olsioglta lick.l,.tplV at ril I.ANAGE. ' OFFICE. Joln8 I; Charles. Ft TO BE DRIl\VN 'TO-uORR(OW. The following are drawn numbers of I'le tll.l ions Lottery, Cloon 39, tor 18:3: 14, 12, 73, 3, 13, 62, 31, 39, 2. 24. $P,000 CA PI1'AL. PRIZE. LOUISIANA LOTTERY. Authorized by Act oltfg al.at, ii. C(hapter XLIII, 'muaed Mlachr 21. 1828. Claaa fNoI. 39 for 1838. I,, bo drawn oa Saturday, Janl. Ith 1839. r 5 o'clork, 1' R1 at the Exohoang Ilutel, St. Ch rlgeot. e .). S. GREIORY & Co. SuccOsees to 1'A TE CIA1'e T 'RE 4 7 C0. 75 Numbers-13 Drwn It.allte. GRAND SCIIERE. 27811 Prines ame ttling to $23i 337. T khetr $5 6lt-Holres 2 5- Qn r.t.,,, 053 pkates of t5 tickt, for $12,. PI ckhngr of 2, Salf tihioes*68. 50. Pancotes 0of3Y Qtrt-r I icktt far i 15. Frr I'.,,kP. ho or :(rlo Tickeht, opfl, at It. S t;LUO~ttS & C. the olan.-,,rs office, j.ul|8 .3, a'n.al street, o, at tto (:nt' -t INE 7hR II .'t' Iprrosentj t -,. or, n S ft,r.ralby I'J:.!!i ' t , TRUE AMERICAN O.BIOR. S III connection with this Otice is a t SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE FIR T fl PRINTING Ot P.mPrphlet Blank Checks ctaloe.s Dil of aiu·ga y Labels, Dray Receipt, . Legal Notices Auction Bills, Bill Perms, . Show Bills Steam Boeat Bills Oircslars And every descriptio sefJob waork shas ary be reqired. 1l'The proprietor respectfully calls thit attention of the public to the above Card, and assures them that all work intrusted to his care shall he done at the short. est notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and at the hluost rates. t'11K itRU AMERICAN. IIDITFED BY Jan1i 4.IgofIN. FAITRVUL AND BOLD. NEWV O ILEANS: FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1P39. Gaeernors Hlorse Guards.-Thl Compnoy is re, a quested to meet at the Exchange Hotel, on THIS EVENING, at 6 o'cl'k,npopn private business ofinpor tr tance. A punctual attendance is particularly request s ted. l Errata.-I-n our leading editorial article, yesterday . respecting the conduct of Mr. Hoa, sevralerrort oa. curred, which the proof render had not observed. Ir the 131h line It paragraph read "Council" for"Court.' In tihe same paragraph, last line but two, for "Council' t read "Senate." In the 8th line from thIe bottom ofthe Scllcotmn, for "measures" read "resoulres," and tw( P lines below, after "amust" read "appear." t. 'Unity' cannuot be adoinrted; liac relmarks are l. crude, and his language not the purest. EDWIN IORRESTacn Lady, arrived last evening faom New York, in the ship Republican. In tslt' opiniton f thie Courier there is no instituteoo in tie United States superior the tile Mlerchaont' Ex. o change, abeit, supported by indieidual subscriptions, "WVith a liberality worthy of all praise.--eay the wise EId:tor,---We learn the Meu!ngero have lately sent an in Svintion to te membelrs of the Legislature, to enter the Reading Room." Now, friend Courier, the lReading Roatm of the True American, i; as far superior to the I IReading Room of the Exchange in every respect as can h3 e imngitd, and the proprietor, has folr four years past made it a lol.t to invite the members of the I.eisla o ture, ()fierrs ofthe Army and Navyv,shiptnd steamboat Captains, anl moreover they are now publicly invitel into a room a here they can find not only a welcome, but papers frtm every section of tle Union, and maps and boeks of reference on every rariona sulti.rts. lThe Gas it orik.--For a long time, the ligl.ting de t partmerut of thie G(ic estrblishmenlt, has beren looat e hlmefully mismounaged. Such has been the quality a of the tis, that the pritvte pipes have been eaten iet by corrosion, and private houses and public establish nlcnts have becn furced to resort to lumps and candles oIrlight to conduct Iheir bupines. The Theatres fir 3erveSalc nights have been tlrown into darkness,a,:d the streel Inmps have at the samue timle afolded but a faint cliunleriun. Is there no remedy--i there no clause in the (' haSI.r that will enlighten tile Directurs of this es-. IhliIshtment, in relation to lighting the Cityt Sr. P['rRICK's cUIItuc- .l'.e ,ve ks n this splen did edifice have Seen temporarily suspended, pnrtlc ro allow the foundation to cons e tdate, and parlly with itla Vlo.v of concluding the arrangements for raising of the funds necessary to its completion. The Louisiana Advertisercl.fystetday containsan appeal frout the Pastor, to the Irish working men of bthcity, preparatory to a neeting to be called, for the purpose of orgcanizing an asscciatitn, to aid in the atdvanllcel nt of the work. It is contempla. tel, to rqclllre from nct:h u rtln!lcl of the Ass.,cia. Iior, n pitance fro, his earnings, a mode of raliing a IlatI, little onereus to those who <coetrtbuite, and asllitjet fur the rr qtired purlpotse. Tile it. l'alrick's isl destined to he an orneame et to tur olly, and we cnnot doullbt for it Iiialnlat, ithat vL ry Ctthcic .hlose mulernal inger is Enle lit, wiil aid ai assist in tie wotlrk with tlenergy liss Ellen Tree-Pauline. \\'e visited the St Cielales on Wrlednesday evenln~, to witness Miss '[re 's perseonarian f Pauline. We are not of those . h aore diiail, sed It a w,,rd I,, .M\lls Tree perfection, ur [Iclivce tiet site has r'ehed h theInprmo s round It her preh'ssion, Iloving ail othcrs fir brlow her i t obu crcel of xcolince. the rnoot! otltire her delecc" , anld tpr.iso tlhem as rare beultries, when in tanrther they would be condemned. But sill we rank ourselves among her odinirerto- elievine Ithat she is n cgrt nrlistc-- ne who, by long and ce:tintueid application and atrention and nivar. rages whicl few p,.scessedi, has elevated herself to a very Iligh rank ln her profession. We cannot believe her illed with an overportiun of genino, but sihe hat very coleiderale talent. She hoe not the s.ol.rnovingr power which distinguished Fanny KCehble, and rendered her irresistible in alm'.t every part she undertok. But bhl has more art tIbo M\liss Kerlllblte, and seems alwnys to constratin her emontion c.hursto of pcosion they cannolt he ran'ld, wailhi prescribed hmile. If they are never ,exessice, they are seldom overwhelming in their inflener, if In feet they do not wear the aplpear. ance t f formality, and as having been studied for the rcca ion. V!ins Tree has an thin and rather feeble voice. Altilhoh agreeable, it pnosesa s none of lthose full, round, neltow tones which so winningly erarch not the hinrt. A lest panrtleular reader, with her voice, could not he heard distincti. We cannot any that we admll the hona peaues--the fre qlen onceracefrul sittliludo she ssumneo in miltinog up her Ilcttrec-- r Ithe whine, (we know no othlr word to cxpress our mienrancg) which marks he thIreina tiou ol her ePnltenl e. We ronsider thisa blclcish in her manner, mnl think i oornth at sinougac hat she shiould reoain it, or that t rhoulald be imi. tated. 'e id not like Mise '"ree's P:ulice, either so well as eMcs Cifton's or Mrs Barre'et. It oas eartur toe friild--and if it possessed depth ,f feol. Ing, was roather tI deep for Its snid a injrily of the taudionce. As was to be erpaced, ahe made toate ,reauliful pints, Iut she greatly disappc,,nted us, for we wrnt determinrd to be pleased. T'here are sieni c'aracters in whiclh she excells, but Patine la hot one of then. (emplimentlary Bensita- This is a humburcine, a huoe nzhozg ge. Strolllig actorse ithout nie pte of le ent eqgo around th a country and tin pose on the credulity and good will ofa few boon companions in the most sa'ameful manner. Too l]ay to work e fran honest livelihood. they come i ito a town, demand of the mansger ol the then Ire, If there be one in the plce, exorbitant erms, and Ieing rejected, they frequent the bar rooms and coffee houses and puar into Ihe eart of the in mateso.f suclh placea, long Itles of wrongs donle to them Ih the managers of theatres. P ,rascsasg a large fund of impudence, they sw. ar openly that they are artiale of the first water, and that it is sheer envy only which per secutes theit. To remoedy the dilficuly and to put a few dollars intoe the pocket of thie boastldit vagaeb.,d, a complimentary benefit is proposed. After Lhad work ii the under channels of society, hle auiface begins to be agitated, and the beg ging actor is heard. The result is ;-the asotor pockets the money givten hm and laughs at the rolly and l redulity of those who sustained him. W\e haee ever lookesd tpon a complimentary bene. fit ns the highest of all honors, that a public could pay to acknowledged theatrical talent, but it is now Ilh- resort of Iravelling actors, of slurdy be.gars, of men whll have esteem for themselves and hold no, place in the esteem of their fellow eitizenr. If thuse who lend their aid to such at. lempts at raising lte wtind would only rifiest upon the ansurdity ol their position, they would recoil tai it witha jis einde gnation. Let the publiu, on aind all, rell thise hold hi.gare to go and ern i, mr!ivin , mer it they persist in theiralme. uskiog, o; lie guardo ne of the public, tile proper ofl;icer, o ery thetm i the Chary i o.pital. The hlos i - . acet sol Lr. 'a l he olas for thlit i. sing hold in equal daletaaion the etan or w nlman lt their profession, who will resort unbloushingly to s aneh vile practices. Let the public do the samtte, and we shell be rid of these pests to society and the drama. (PE CITY, January 17th, (evening.l It is pretended by the Bank men that discounts will abound, if Mr. Lockett's bill, legalizing the sutspension of specie payments pass the Legislature. - How such a result een dow from the passage of such a bill, we cannot possibly divine. There is no natural reason for it, though it may be the will and pleasure of the money ed power that such shall bq the islte. It is the duty of the Banks to supply a stiffiieot circulating medium for the purposes of trade. By mismanagement on the part of soote, they cannot perform this duty, and by Sof wilful neglect on the part of others, they will not do hat whet is required of them. In this dilemma, the com a [ munity suffers. The present distress in the money mar ad ket of this city for surpasses in severity any that we have hitherto experienced, and the Banks tell us with theutnost coolnesr,-pass Mr. Lockett's bill and we will eome to your relief. We ask,-wly not relieve us now 1 Why is it necessary to wait for this bill of in deomteires . The public get no answer, and for the rim ple reason, that the Bank governors have none to give. The truth is, the money power has croue before the le gislature with Mr. Lockett's bill in its hands .-for Mr. Lockett is a firm and warm representative ofthat inter eat;-and tie legislature is told to pass it, short as it is, unconditionally. The demanood in the mean while is - enforced by a contraction of the curreney almost fright re- fal. We do not believe that a Whig legislature will consent In tMe demand under sueh eireumslances. Ior. What thel t The present distress will contine,--the use. legislature as in duty bound will gttard the righs ttf the people-and the result will be, the throwing open of day. Bankingo. The consideration of Plr. Loekett' bill has oe- been postponed to the 24th instant. In ho the midst of the present extraordinary contraction rt.'" of the eurrency, it cannot be suplused that the mweer tril" ehont will escape. Many ofotr firat houses have al fthe ready been saved by timely aid from the Bank, hout two while these favored few are relieved, there are hun dreds whoe re otmade to pay to their rerditors the tunost farthing elnewals are ceonr.rnonce I only in extreme are cases, and they are chiefrily confined to the ftithful. Where the presenteondict betwee nthe moneyed inter. os fom and indtustry will end, ileaven onlv knows. Loueisrille, Jra. 11.-The weather continues mild e and a rise in the river was anticilpated. The ice oad Ex- nearly all disappareed. Navigation was resumed be r, tween that city and Cianeunati. Some few hhde. of wise Sugar had been received from Ilint Island in wagonse, in- and sold tt 14 h!5 by the iltd. and 16 5i17 by the rater bbl Coffee. very mcare a-nd held at 19 . ' Inct o-etd fr n ther crian.] t IIOUIt OF REIPRESENTATIVE.-. fthe Jotuary 17 can The loasoe met pursuant to adjrlllr nl. Pnt. Mr. Lewis moved the r, con-idercntin of the ial- bill p~etl ve\terrdav crenoino ndd tionol notaries apublie in the t rahes of Avovellesan;l Inafay tte. too"t lie had been inlformed by nn of the members from ited the parish of L. I'notte (whl o wao abternt, yescer but day, when the oecrion creatingrnn ndditionlai ret- and ry for Ih pn-is't of foLafnyerte wae .sed) that he droubed the necessity of the provision, and wished the bill recornsidredo- with a vitew to hnve the see d,- tion nlluded to stricken frol the bill lr. L. was os not itrrnerotd in the rsolu' ion, but moverd the S reconsideration with a view uof having the questioo tiity fairly t.eled. oi l1r. Breto r wBae nppnrrd In Ihe reoonsideraninn; isl.b- he hind pretneI tile nddirinnl a,etion as nle re les Itreserntnriv, of the plnn=h orf Liflrlette, and ofter fir havinr folly oecvrraoned bhe wr0.ts of his rconsi the rnt, onIt the lsubjert. Thoe oddiion ol nootur is i abstt lo e ly w"ranted ati Verrnilionvill,- the pari.h til judge is htrequeniy oblied to absent hi-elf from in lhait plnce--he is sometinm s tunwetlI, endl petrson as- are thusll pill t, reat in onvenience, id fo, ,redt t. wanit n legth o tlille and In tr.toanr ser rnl limes Ir-m their residences to thoe twn b, fore ni- they ean get a onturinl not passed. There is no til notary- bIt the judge in thie plce, it is a mat 'r of i the ir:st necessity that the section proposed i s ould Sb- pesod for Mr. Mouton, ohiunti thIe menlin for a rpeoni. ii. eletloll hounld not be refused. As re of tihe o rn llel tl e rot: the parish of Lafeyette, he n-as not as are of the want ofna nottry. It., Wieih, d o dIt he enabled to get inforanlll n l 11i n h a nrlit11 ed, eats on itle iuhjrct. oHe wished lllle to tscernin aid fm his i lir ash if a notary was really wtin ol nod. in a f.' d ys lie would he pr .pared ho v1ae so as ]i- to t l juetie, on thett jote. No inhahiroant of the in- parish lived furlher than ten miles roml Pomta n - in t ,ry, and foir present I e, it aso tllined to hlb nkl tllh propi-ItoSiltlttl oea u OnncOaly. "li rlque:ion being pu)t upon the r.eonhsi er - riln it was etrnedi, ttihere lOoIn tho bill te-os Oatto otil ('otiello,,rltloto. and a nol1r n mode he-by -. , r 1 ee1T to r ejeel tlhe sertto n lluded tic , e, as I, t by t vonte oit 2-4 10, anI the- s cain s s w .e . S(tearliy e a p a( , and on tollo sent n for tihe con eg lnrroanco of the sentue. Several noticet of hills were presented ;and hw-inbers i otroderd tills us ollows r: ir. LC-r -, S as cnhai'rlnrlt o of horll o llleor te clo nilnt, c hb I nfo the rclit.f of Ilthe Elale 1 stranee Com:parpv; M1:. D alvle ortn, a bill relative to the CIVIItenter tee female aoeadelnty l.dl toi inooIport- the $pren - on, boeld acalemyr:-y lr. Wilsor, o bhll aol-ndin hlli lid act nro nling tie parih ofClaleorne;--.lr. Phelps, er an act to inprove the plublic rud b:t,,en Veda . and Harrtshurg;-tMr. Patltena bill h reaovltliat o tor aris public le the p rishts of Cnrrol. Washies in and Claiborne;-Mlr. .aateliffl, a bill crealinoa e adlitonul elecolln pr, oidect in the parisl of East Felclnna;-U-r. Declnuet, bill arnending tihe ace In'oreporatllg the Catlholic Church of the parish of od St. Marrin, and granting furtlher powers it, the ,rc ptliee joty tf tbt p.ristl;--l r. Picht, bills atleodinig the Ctvil Code, ard relulitie te hie stile 'its of Ihe State;- 11r. PIydras n hill relarire to ot District Judge.s;--nd Plr. Conrad a resolutron -,t instructine our represennmives in Coogre- to se their exertions to obhlnn th enanehrenll of a Ion, totliohiorizing the etirentent by ecourts of Jls:iC .i ny corlin land clai sc in West Florida, li undler et, the Governments of France and Spa n, which te cloaitms, l hough repeareallterlpts had b einude iI prlcure an ltel of Congresee on the slulbj e, stlli r remisneei unsnelld, tlcouth their b ICeolntI wo ua e mltrer of great illporluace to the Sate. I er The opaker laid belfore the house the annoeal ir 'epott uf thotetil 'reasurr, w hich on notion of p M'. Ga.ennie was ordered Ito bIe referred Ito a Joinl r committee. Mlesars. Davidson, Gaiena u seed r PPugh, were apphined, on beullaff of the house, end the rsoluhtion wnsent to the senare. 'rThe billinc.rponurling Librory Society in the city of Lafalyett was read lor the 3J ItUe, puso- d F I, 1 nd e nt ro the senate. SThe ehillto amend theCharter of th Uninn Bank, notese at fur is tlire reading. Tle object o tlis bhill s r I enublc tihe ctoutr stotkholders to trans:er their t stock li-oar country te city property.e P r Lockett. stated Ihat tIhe tectlion in ite act ecnor pInatiog iito Unioln Bank whlioi littirl tile a.iiOant i stock ht be entered o oitt proiroy hltll poltdlpeo d n d cferldetetrireclll to the colinlrv o ocktullemls. Caloe try cool take a la towk w at r lesa of nlt Inor 14 teer cenum, while hit stock woe hld at . Tldojheot of SIh? uill wae t rolisco the lldorero, alec wnshted tU din Itheri otohk itlsthe noet asldvnntagoos tanonner. Po - erty lo tbeouantor i..'eerclly etrtoatl bteO-d by ,ma rholrgoge, and it ds dlent foe plaoter-o whln ih to o disaoe uftheir e anc.lo eilrd pornoaelroe in rco torv with lilconoeanreed icroaecrl. ths ct nould rivo ic rbatre greot faeilitiog c r iit aoi .at their altio nIr I llr r I. ooto surhey uliolltlgooe. Tbh sot eored not icllpeil fon o ic y pnrererty be emtoy sufli,:ieat. A debate followed, rl io iiol for-to the litoits alloroed, s d cangine buato.lhgllt sketcle. ler I.owlo gsugcesold Ihtotho bill was Coltrtary to tite e -s spiritt Ilfde charter, oltd thetinteailon00 Ito legielteetSr it wbich potted it,foor IhI-t legieloto ro ei.hed t ei are to tile ClllllY a crtaiocen lrrla of tile otnek alrd with thot view pase,'d the provoisin, the repeal ofwhlcb h Swee now ookod• nr I. theogt tie secttrll offered by It city ollaoerty ot so gllud as e hat furnielhed" by coonlry rttnfrs. Ithe ttre vnalu of trenperey rectlhy eeou si~t in tire ho ttn wlhert might beurn dowo, wlrilo itt Ih tlenatr otlteqnronlty of land, wloch coa dn uu dctderoyod,-ras thie baie oufoalas. If Ila bi I we. pa. ted, all Ihe stock wronldl, in tlree oenra, be ownerd in tlre city. tr c hnolied that no ouath unj et itoerlteteae olielnd trko ieltae towrds arttlntrv steres o. .lr Laverene eonhl nut see homwthe bI el injure h- te rOaenlrcy it wao fur the itlleeert cFite i lerrtere, wmItr Wislte d to dillmseofhlelr sluc*, Ihetttile Ihill wos ore esdseated. Thotaock sa as well secred hb Ilopeser i Idiae ityl; for, the houa er on wlbiol stock would dte pla -ed 1hed1ar Os coaro be hrplluredt Mr Daoil.on elainioed tbut.lehe bill wee ontrary to0 the splict Of Ihe cbhtrer ofeIho bank. Ths laraos tee , gives by trhe --hercer, thet e erlrorsia prorpton of the slwk sehoutld be held en cooarcy pr - lerll, was ose of w the prinonipl indueoorenls to t re }eg s aturen la ranoc um fittl, oftthe state on tllebondr etlle Bank. 'lee laith of the stale ,au obotaiael, and now trleel ie leends were to i.auedl it was soughEt o IraVe all nibr he rity alone - do WVliv wa ittb the oity s hot-k hr l|. i ghr ilree- !i h t r.l13 .'tt explain it. but by oupposing tlhat thuto was some Inisnceeagernenr tir eerlainly ico - echsie enui ...d ...o. thediltbe.c... A erootorittee ofIarsntilstion bad cticlly oneoiood titole uenrotv o t /whicht Ibe netonlry stock was held, ored hod Iproaninoed Ih good and cmplyluflfeieot. Ihena vlue oflots in thb hiiy wms blabl to grcet flootuaaieh. Iba bill oghtilt to itpair Ills esemntial nondritno of the nnartar, oted eo cbaogothehatiaii whinh Ihe tckbwnfarot lred. PIe - DUloved the reference ofthl bill to a sdect etiuelltre( /offloe. ' ensra Conrad..use, Preston, Brashear. and Loek c Oat, in turn, ddrssed the houra. To-utoeron wchthil I, Igve anketch of their apenhesla Tine hill wefnallnl referred to a committee cwmpom Ssedof Measrs Conrad, Mnue, Preaton, Lnvergtn, and Lonket. S Ilut Jae T Moelheat, and J Sipeed Smith, Ear Shave been appointed by rth Kentucky Laegis.laure, (; Commisionera to lay hlfore tihe L gilaturrea of ii Ohio ntd Indiann, lhr erivanaan under which the aslve onnes of 1h0t1 Salnte Inb,,r in relatino to the ot'tjilaiiis uftdrd Ihv th.ir "xniiug laws for tin snoctansful eo-n. , , r,.. - f,,,,_-, nuck (:ih rloen J tllittn.lJ. "t ,e,.at tr-tttnatlIe, t |y It, (;..'nt.nr of that Statet lffshington, Jan, 7. Yreslrday inthe Senate, Mr. Worrell of Michi gen, offered a resolution calling upon the Comlmit. tee on Public Lands to inquire into the expediency of granting 100,000 acres of the Public Lands for the purpose of constructing a canal around Sr. Mary'su with a view of uniting LakesSuperior and Huron. A report from, to eTreasury Department, in answer to a resolution of the Senate ealling for informnation in relation to tile modes of collecting and disbursiag publie money in foreign oountrier, was presented by the Vice President, By Mr. Tipton, a bill granting a certain quannity of land to the state of Indiana for the purpose of consaruct' inga road from New Albany, Ia., to Mt. Carmel, III. By Mr. Allen of Olin, a reso ution asking in. formation of the District ofColum'ia Committee, whether the Banks in the District had vi)lated the law of thlle last session in regard to their issues of notes? which was adopted. The Bill for the gra duation of the price of public lants, came up in the order of the day, anti was discussed by Clay of Ala., Clay of Ky., Walker, Smith of la., and Roane. Mr. Crittenden had the floor when the Senate adjourned. The House was occupied with petitions-the day having been set apart for their reception. Mir. Wise presented a petition fron the stare of Maine, e gned by onw man and one woman, praying the recisionrofhir. Arherton's resolutions. H.r moved

its reference to tile Committee of the whole house, on the state of Union, with instructions in rescind Mr. Athertn's resotlution and the adoption tiC nn other which shall not admit of laying abolition pe ti: innson he tanle. The motion is debatenble and wilcause d hbate when it comes uip. Mr Adatms presented memoriala, petitions anod mt1de. motions about tihe abolition of slavery in the Dis" trirct, the annexnaion of Texas,praying the remonva of theseat rof Gvernment to snsme point north ol its present location, where the prinoiples of the Declarationof Independence are not treated s mere rbetrourenfl urialshprnying the Abolition of that nlticle in the Decrlraltin enlli.tg "all men free and equal"-a-nd for the nppointment of a com mittee on color, to examine the pediiree of each member of the fHuls, and uo report whether any memberh a Afrienn blood iu him, and ifnot n pure uneduireroted Angle Saxon, that he shell not have a sent in the Hour-llso to have certntn ports of the Consutrution hurnt by the hangman. Mr. Adams was on the fluer more hlan an hour and of fered as many as fifty petitions. His ilst redirle. lous Dnopoalllin wns rejected, nyes 24, noes 117, lie ollows no opportuniy to pinss, of annnying the ilose;. Olher peritiins were ofe.red bat none of much imporinnce. Mr. Cushling presented a me. morial asking the rescisein of Alherton's resolu tion, which lies r or future dihcnssion.' Lateos from Englnnd.-T'he Roynl William arrived at New York on tie fith, in il days from Liverpool. Grain mnrketclrntinues to ndvaorer. London papernto tihle4th say: 'i Corno veragr struck to-lday, proves to be 73s.; conseqrntly foreign Wheat in again admdis.. sible at the lowest duty of Is. per qr. The sales of Cot. ton from Ist to tihe 7th were very laree-about il1,760 bales at an ndvnlre of id per lh. Fronm the 7th to 14th sales very large AId priice fin. liMoney nns bringing a higher rate of interest. Blrli-hl StPcrke were down a shade. I.aree sales fA irrin Fltocks wrlt made at inereasm t prices. All the lattoer had advanced. Imn m nse qluanlilien of nIlallnufletlr d glolod are on their way to the U. Srates. The prices of Cotton on tlle 14ith wer rnlherin favor of the buyer. No advnnean a9er the arrival of the Great Western, which renrhed Iiverpoul on file 7th. 'li preE rleutiron f, r war by cvl girrmn hod flrctr, I tie money ,rineh, Buliollion ronlin ued t t be ipped to th ntin. Ior lturhnm had arrived. Impraencmentsand cross-impenachlln1, wire talked of, rtwhen muchll recrimination is anticipated. WVili tile exception of the rttoln mnrker, every ernm Illelrcial ldepal rent wa full ul nctitit. \oollrlins we.lre remarkably brisol and the tadPe lrcahlib. Ordrrs were fl0w lng irt to a rtr exo elrt |lrir the Ii. tin s. r ir1e wnekl to were enllgaged ln plior to, their nnilih g. t(irid deman dl f.lr Virginia rohacrno. hKelr ekv >Irit I r i : 154 per lb. ('ontinentnl rotkht'tdvanr int ll slr all FiR':ll;N AND DeTli/STIC I'l.,s. Chn'. S Rid hele, wino . him be ,n i h,,o n ,r of the lo .rvloil l,,nse of Delegates, ver John C. \VIatorCn, Inrloernen. Thrrr men wPr, n a rlrnr llrt I, illrrl not her '"n nel, in Alleuihnnv (Ionrnv. e11, a few, dr n ., The Allellnninn savi-", They were in rhe hI iie roiing down one of the hlafte, when tIhe nllr, bonk brke, which let rhn filI nrneri250 f05 t They were anil Ilhre inrcinntly illedl." The cnpiral of all the Boston Bonkls is $10 450,000. .Motlional .lgoas:rne.--Wte have reeived the fias numbher of this periodicnl, just esrnblished at Wnshetlon ciyy, and eonduneed by Henrr J Brent, E q, It contains Able arItilear and is an exnroellent ntidote to theat nhoin Upas, the Dremocratic Re A Bill was introdueed inro the Senate of the L eialnrure of North Carolina, h n the 31st tlt, authorising free banksng. Thie popu'atlon of the two Canadas is about 870,000. Joseph H Buckinghoam Ian revived the New Engnland Gnlaxy. It was formerly edited hy his father, Joseph 'I' Buokingham, but passed thraough a d. zen different hands till it was merged in the f Pearl. The Bedouin Arabs are playing at Charleston. Thus N Washirrrtn, of Wre'rmnreland County, Va, drowned himselfat a place called Cat Point Ferry, on the 19th ult. ileis said to have been a goad man, and a preacher for nearly thirly vears. Madame Caradori was giving concerts at Pilte burg,on the 21st ulr. I Notes of the Frederick, Mid, County Bank, al tered from one to ten dollars, nave been put in. cireulatit n. Sleanboat Sunk --The Pl..tgh Boy sunk on the 141h. within 100 yards of the wharf at Mobile She had 1000 bales of corton; the lower tier on her engine leck under water. Fire in Jllobile'-We learn Iby the Chronicle of t'le 12th inst, a fire broke out tatlt mornin, about half-past 3 o'ulnek, in the rear of tie buildting twned and occupied as a shoe store, by G & J D S lilh, tn Dauphine street, three doors frtm the cor.tnr of Royal, which destroyed the building and its entire eonlenF. We are informed by the Chronicle, that the building and furniture were insured at the Atlantic Insurance Company in New Orleans, for $1.500; and the ieckh e IMterclhant's Company of this etty for $7,00- vavb eh,however, falls far shtort .f lihea actual hb*,. [Commusnicated.] MONtt. ADRIEN aUier Lypeui.--Some 30 saer,, a.o, the teI relelUbrated jutgterte ierfiettr Barrz, anton itsed thte i unladre of Bslt 'itr it hdis b lght of htnd Iperformatces.tltich wete so dlexerou, and skilful that inanry fhl'tant rund it is dlificult to tell how rilty were deceived with ilteireves ape, aso we dild at iht period to compreheld How ihe I lutRonN, oughia Grays, and other haed luntd out their rules ftrextraeing the elbe Grot. .ater yearn have pot rirownerts workt sit naat irl tinaic, itd other similer arts int tihe hands of" the multitnde.atid Boas were lie now alive wuld he easily ' letected in tis tricks. Mone. Adrian oes far ibtaond hIim, hwever, atd it id an advantaoae for youna g Ipeople In go to Iris peltfrmanaen which are rttarkeslDy well dnnu, for it raisnal eriositv and makes at iltqirr into lthe itvtearies ofelemestry., which he calls ta L s aid. A ptlite invitation lfrom onaieia tempted san to step into the Lycemt, last Wedensdry right. and we can as. ntuattrfeitred.a thatit isa well worthy aviait fromn everyt G UNNYf B18--20or bla .naserted si es, jast re J el ed, ard for sale by jal8 SHALl. i BIOWVN, 96 Magasitne at R(1EEN' APPLES--IOj tbla in linr trder at the landitg. fir sale by G DORSEY, jae8t 44 New Levee ` i~ I.DEfIIit bansa oranid, as tho Iniat far .nts by jalt8 G I)lRSiSy,44 New Leee A BOOK Keeper, who hs at pnresent. only his eve. hings rcntpied, woulr wish t lot ake an engage meat for tdid remamnder of hli tinme. Can rive any sat. isfoclion a+ to abli~ty sd character. A ~line adjl eas, A II C, Box 9511, Poet Offitce, will be attended Into. jaltB-- if LLANK BII.LLS EXCHANGE, Notes, Bills lading. Foreign Etttrises, Ctattln Ilntose pa-ers of evury description, for sale byv D t Tl.2 & 1 'n tIll N 'a StF ionsre Nall t 21 Chartres at OEP'H it WHIITE. at-ellte at r1i.w; t"fice p Exl tange I'hte, a lew doors f'Ltr tile Ptea Olfie. Sprthlerll for oagle. by t:Otte lP & Ct. j-1ls St lie:;lei at, Excbalie llrIhtel :+ -Z L[ - I - i l CAMP STREET THEATRE. WVIfLl4AMO'$'S BENEFIT. " R. WIl.1IA I S )N her-s leave alult rirpefftllly 1¥l tnnnnunc. |hat nomeI~rnl++ )r E d++ in t lP city of New erIIeAr I t ;nelv illtlresei roly eelves in making Itia, a HIE·N FIT; .f. whitl iprl .se committee of gentlrmen hlvna wailed on MR. GEORGE HA l{llliE'rT, Who has, in his iunallv kind and gettlemnnly mannnr, crusted the use oa'iri Tihcatre fir Ilist oecasion. Itis appointed for Tuesdayp cl, n Ii January, 183.9; when will he prerrated a vanrt) o etnlertainmen,' which he a ill hna the honor of iabkina known by fio ture udeertioaemenea. At thittine he wile coant hianerllftr offering to Ils slpuortler, hiethenriflt Ihionk lilr the great inttrest they have sljown in hisb+healf, reservrag alsu, tannuther timoe ihebet manner i e which to enpwee hin gratitudl e f . Seats call be er anerd at tile Bo Offiee, tlle lio Book being now open. jsl8 A CARD. New Orlelna.tntanrv 15,1889. Ann unteraut meeting" oflhe friendn of r. 'TIlll}M A WILLIAMO , held, purtant e Ilblle tonliec, at the Cautoitte. linass, Ilank'c Areolle, Mr. ti. W,. tlar h n called to the cair, nod tdr. t'npsau appnl .i Vice P asident. Dr hosuant In afe pertintnt remnarks, tli 'lirmann .llldel to the sestse generntlyenterlained for Sr. Wililncon at agentlesmn annd un ator, ndexprctd hi rcegrrts ht ttle 'nltness ,ftle conmipa i, tsie St. C anret el Cinmp ntn. rhbacrtee prethtled add;tionsl enscngment.e ?le deire enbetahsd byr a laro nortson of Ite ecinec. l.athen..ce.t- ,0 r h . . dannner watthe occasion cltlh aeeting, and tu eo feet this object wlas natw itn bhtiiten.. Lists were thr n elhihitnd, cntanininaahoat lie lhiln dr.d nar.ie oufentietnen pseparedl to -uipport toe hlne elboinry. Oti motion a eoantlitce ot restsn sat r npptinledl Io abtain tile (:lmp st. 'iestlre. nod otliec"wi e ittovide fur shb Paectlinn cftlle litclt tlftheP lneettno. Oil, Ihtin, the Preidelant l Secretary were eddled to the (totetailo. On tnotion. tile thnb tldhi seetin lie give, to lre Hewletl, for the We i.f roilnt Its, i ., tnt ile tslt prncedigm tl nltin mnoeiolg be pohlishd in four oftho duily pupea,. COMMITTE~E. oiltnrbv , Ecq. tIe. Thotpnusc, l)r A HooEl, l W llownitch, Req., Ier. nidel ti A thti, C T nayllaJd, A Ra'uIase. jnll 8i \V lIARIIY Ch(lirtan. N ElV I.AW Ht(ttl(.-q Treeltike i t the Iercicn oo tile Catonrt of h.lnsourv with ean npendi nf lnolorm e ofPecedieunsft· l~iit'tca, a t tli los t el ' La ew orders; Ity Johln thPLiec .ntli[ , o1i tie iX t'ltrk'o. ill. Ice, it'n2 ..o.,. r.. J...se.i.i,,tl jnO AI,'X T10%V. H, 49 cotnip st Alde, last reteivedl, Cuoklilg'o Prechiae in Io t Onsts ofhi r StU a le s and dl t SItALi. & Itttfi'N, AT8 t 9l l Msi eszte ine st "talde ty tdOtl(P & Co, St Ci,rltIen 'as front l~oildoln, fm1 ruth+ by~ j3tlIN ULI, rD 5 Ii'ls NUV7.T P. It1 leiotn )hls flicti,+ hIv jsItu Itt ID ,t . IA till ttilnk l5ha' J;AC~li~ita,-NIJ-hi'`. ,, a -t ;-ila 'Idsi nitfucse, sic sale by R!Ilt't'.l tt..{ 1' \ jtl.D 2 7lll Ik I kh jnlH Il' 'I:t, ',71P vla II.:l-- ]' i C+ , ltn iii I 'hlln hri.1 l),l..h· al* hlr111 (·1 'e2,v11 f ilU J I Il,\ ' C ., 4 I', , .s 1;r t- landigi 0ttd il tor ) so' is 'sc-oo (tin it II , Ei & 311111'., c... ..:i--- I sis I)'' (' ''' ) \ iii I" 1! " d I·- ~~ I~· i ¢I d~,, ,i, ,, t. , I,,,+ , , ,, ~il7li Ie I tC I' ,"l i ,',o, I ll , j Il isr . ('lIII ci nh ,'t 'i ( :l 7 , (; " lIN IlE \i.i NI' ot slit's, ". -l )ilit... iUllml I.r:n Ill,i~lll,: I+,1· ,n tI'Z .{, I1. f,, . 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Iisi ter 2 ?c " 11;:tl r ix d',,tr i'nl )ltei ria tl-ietc tie u'tt iIhi'ti. l An i iiyit.vlon,. forl maile IU. j11i7 " A .l'.X. l t AI. d tli tte l 'tit; u' llu u l}toitl s.'h tic l'nut. I . i i e t '' tli + iT~lirli i ii. it.. soli cit,, the Ditto na' jrljvP d ])e utuisirc. el T'o ivc a p enr', -thi t i· ot hose I ltatcl 53 o in llutoc theo rsohiclO ellI Itll v o' & htnlltIlc.il, IL an 'l":lhlnl + lll IllolotelllV atirhe , TIh~ullgh ne'l~r till i1,1. , .*1• .'til·I v tmhi.,Cd.· WVhh prllnlllltllera .lild hlith .tlli--lllt~llllll I1lll·.+. removhilg ln aI(I(reve~lllhl. everry Illltlell'L[I P ") Illrlltr i ardgiving t1, then)1I CIt ler ItIId .'a~lrlv wliCI M e cms tel'l: Trl tilt clcn,d~ ufhllpli n i, . ,llpn~r I[II 1(lIJi l I . llld h I~rtina all V n clal) II+ l Ill l?,++tlllkl. )["ltl, F I1· i, O (I- IIy s )'ra.trl tl ++etlrilac+ RIi)th RXIm'niXI Ibr w i, ltPim tll Ju.+treeeivetdlhv I$1Jlll t." A [.I.ANR', I Fnnly .tole, Exlllllane Iotel, d~l c~or J (.IhItrh.. nmll (:,.IIImI( It st* iu ++lore for salts:·y SIIA11lh I Bltl)WN. i I11.5 D;di·i l s l- ,ilIliido ssell,,d ashalel oi 2110 Ii as11'1.,. lnll l' i 150I~ s die lll,,is l saidis 10- 11 do liapas~viallde 1111 do a load's dll~ Jill) do i',oiale lbs a)~l Hyssaliel sale 00pllll liy ~ i hltlttutiuEL &·)d.P 15 tar d31~ 7l.iliiaiia aid iii issgesl slallullJ l;,IIeII Tl I, Ilel,slas I~r·l l~ln ah~lelatitasolfI ie Ienllsiihala lhll Iel isii l Iassvrslsea'd II aisll~ llla s o.Alliejlbs,rai.,al lisa sTI~ ill is tbllealll? vsi'a'iai'dll a a~ ii l~ld,,, Illaaialiy nrasaldid bs i $ilpplal~agsi~ hi .si UllHlA e 'ii IEE~INII, N~lt15)O sILUIe'Jl, &Si.--Far sale lii ! lice 5aliasriIls·sl rp'i al lal iiii'giaiail Clirihiiii H lihass lsisa'Isi' II ~,lj iisaN ' 1 RlsaiassaIsasatfi Ul~lit iisandriaiiiqai Olicnaas Raiiisnisiia paus1 lei llrlali · a 0 bsliis IAuseretla alsiiiigla rllul"it lY ISAo ACel n '·llhI~lti II I IGIIUdCI~ 'a1 ilailaiiii iii~i hor~ llA)& I1ll 1 td~1iies' Ia1 s 7 lIeiik I'lrne. e) Ib aliessa Ciiltlas~,l]aiiiisg Tl'siiiieriiplliealiiiiiiiisl sad la o).' liib J COCISATI: t'Irt'lsltscdlls Ilsll~i la N) 1R IJiss Tlease~ (als JjII 4i ssiss s da~le ls saTe~ le~ l:vlie slehii'sliy, Alsplpn as id Iaslaslasesi~t a atheallal ll iaasolA llnssA a Leardiea aaioepa 'risl Bask at'lls'ahiy. liil a.ld llIesesmas, FlaFidassarTallesas, Fjialis's It. a/isIa Hsss1 lnIss, Iteash's Pelsliesijss A aeial, TliePonselil Aesslst Iha lIith eseisi's Jlsaai,'e Cs'esiss. The~ Cilla'see ifs.h *acrs Tliaaf~easliaiii; 'I'eIlslirllal Allnadl, Jeasisgae ~leassatis Aiiairsl. Illestrlselaiiaiitpaalolalle lidllie tasaietly 1iaslCi aieI~lli l~ iileggili'55i illiili.'lisa sI' ilcs vaesssliaiie aft'aI,1is~i said Irllsriliisisoai, J 'lielaipsriulat i'hlisl~laaii aIllle F rissalslilpad Olsisg.' 'ire Ca ie uste Aiisiial, Nlillsir~e Galls a, I'ilisisliisi.,~iils ssiiclaltaiili 'ItshsasaunGsllaamsa, slll (aail0l Lailsa As Farsge M e nt, TIat (Sisll A\Iislnu 'I'lleiiie~l Catr~o' I'or~L nala i a rd ii llies'r sgiitis lhDr. II'sElslisiell ·lllss Iiil. 15'asliiI'lnaikI ie i-selp Ihiilie asiiil lllll . n~r ·lll~~ ~ll~lin l rlli~~rr If.lclt'as Cii. is vio St. C1,.trleg Theatre. 3d pplartiice thlis seuson o tIhe te.lchrated lTis Eoening, Jannaryo 18, VWIFE. St Pierre, ir Scott, F'rrardo, Pel'soiln, 5I.)oll ldo fl lirri on , Ionrtolo, Coonrl. .Marianna, Mie Trne. o An Overtur by tlhe Orchestra Grand Pa I Soul, by lnd le Ravenot To conclude with tih nnw Piece of FRIGHTENED T'O DEATIL Jatk Phantom, Nir. Ilrownec fir Joahun, Farten, Mlulops, Coweoll. I1t.- , drn tICebar, S Pa pll, Iirrison. Dress and Masquerade 3alls. MANSTON HOUSE HOTEL. eWlV La.,VEfTRRiETer IllT, mimedlely in front ol tile flrIn boat landing. The l o, r e ,estoablish nient will hi re-opeied on unday evenring, t)ee.2 nd, 183I, forrthe sanson. TiHetdea .Nfido lrn Tidayn, and Tloradawo. i.id etntllwshlnele wif bn farnnhed Swith t hl hices. lilnoro nad a god I.lltaurat will be Iattche d in it. t'lhi tonnagerr of said stanblisknhent hInvr engaged supecirl Ioolicn olflrere to keep geIoi grdr th'O h )a t tb s R ~aim l l lhn ls h ln o t t hr e w ill Ie a p lc e to I el a 'tnil clnlonk. coeor, &o. No iprron shall bt. ndmitted ili the BaIl! too with weapons ofnny kind. Ad5 a boe 'd ulds' and It n' n o i n , mlorc u or ,l by J 'il'AYEI & ," jll( J7HAYIk Poydrasct I l'Iat iO --Itl-g.lo,. n nmip or Slreindr i Slpi r, jtS cais tars nd m otrarl ino s l.Att'It nti-- l l.e s lro inart I'arnt; I do a cnre -)7 f nlno t Ihirt lho -c IItAc by jTAli AIt.. & tII(t'N. l Mtgnin__.o L ce JOHN V. CI-IILADS, ENGIIAVEII ANtI COPIEiR.PLAT'R PRINTER, .o. 3, Camp St. " j5lllIcrnor ve ndil rint tornl r, I hnk ote,, ills t ' e o excUt, og., tilR bIf Indllg, dipho.) Idi rlno - lil e and vioi:n c snar l n lotari.l , co 1ar . ad :a sii dlanltin oralrlnlllt of Iil ivcer plat nd n od bran door PS ( IrT prInd foam toln e oir:ly erllgroved. ME'I'ARIE JOCKTEY CLUB RACES. JOCKEY CLUB IACIIS!! I to Bool k 111 oft Riy t. M d ti n d. I E , iFiasrn's IiI ing C (', rcBook C lld n h s e ll n illllll The' ,w-' \ at \Otllth. i di l " i re-I': _ i ryeh t w, dAil :5., egrect Annraltioll IS cro.nI) bTR'coI;'', anEARth IIveO l N'oAs,. Ottil)c 0 Ilyena. rltllE E~r,,0ive, MtENAG;ERIP ci Msrst. oVnriog Th;e., a I ' ( ilt 'eln , till inap ifor n few iltr, o.falv. noi ytl o i ol0o oil'oitpr cc d ittdnn J00.ul tl t T,., . ohn x:luin e ir i t r lel't Iaisd io iLad d nr t1,-'il , fre m ti" tll.t. l, d at Th rl craniltr liihti. T h e T o ~ n , 7 ' e ( l i t , T h e V m l _ t 'I d-1l',, U ,, -lv'le..-J ;ra.el "D +.-)0 P~il,s li . illwllltlltle renletslv I;br the I~'sver anln{Agllr~lsl'%rl~l~l,1, cellllh le, dil·c Ct r ,nl e llle nnlbe fury in fl:'iulidollphhiiiLr ,+tle llv JAIRVIS & ANI)RE.VA, ji9 A r T hapiuAIla &'Lnmon srts oJ7 OItaAW .,i.kn -dg .myl :-E-. R-l. . Itd o. 1 t. ll'is' [ a I.Iat d O tlrll a1t bc Iictedlllraf naid I hebtlaatm a fr antesl~aita ta be| il..el'li()n llnv , lm l! i lc t h i, . ok Jr Medi cl gel 1'. 21. at PI) , t Ia nfa..a in Ib Sapel, Circlit and 'Iallarc(ol Cam, len napl·\~ ly, I adl, . c lniar's Anat bm, a new edltie, aceivjed by Paa o i u'I lls ean Irdiali AireaIma rl r I l9,anw and nncbnlaIlalole Il:r I~ir tlonr aonlaiaa eltatieara Ate nil I a..llllllt ofthe mont apprlmed Law and ttlcail wnrLms. E. Jt)INS& Co, jall cor Cmamlnl k Sm ('harles als C A (tIOR 01e b--.l +arrels No. 1,Cnator Oil, Llr .le C^ly Jo "ARVI & AnDRL SvV, dl ECr Common & Tchopliroulas asn EDICAI. ]O KS--JulI i'rceihve "d ul for -."le at tile( new I,(iolkllt,ll'e. ·It Conllr kiDeel: AIlareruonbie oal Ibe stomlachr and braill? . ols Armstro g' Pbractine 2r ds b'' , .matomvn, t voin-iBell on tile Nerves lbebk'a Iedical Ja.rlprudmnen ConI"r'a Surer.y, vole Curlrle r O nanlllaes . Curiuahl es oaflediclll E:xperiel poilcl'aaI Suacil Dietiala.ary Dtlginalln'a Phvshnilday, , voln tall'rl,,a'n I'rajliaa-Elllr.,,ia "tllerapau ican -hld. iln Gilmn 'la i1.targr, I ei (;tiOLh'~i+ \/,lliltil;rTy Ii ablillr otl atile C.riet hrarner'a A\ia.hany. nv1 lnl Honpel' Ih'tlirtnl [lictilillarv Hall aIll the Nrre. + KalllIeronl tite lI:II.--I.I mlllllt nil tile t'hn.t LOain oll Pthiii--Laaia ol Fer~r ileig'! tlida ilarv-lacltni+.t,' Praime, 2 nat, .+'lul . Ihchf Di helSi+ .in, &a & t[?attgtle t te ml imaa. di A.IliX. IOIWAtIt. IJ itt I t llaF tItg al.ilmlt"lllI r 'aaIvd, f.e.trneh tatl lit tItllII tL & L',, ;I. agltiiel : T)AIPKtt--3 I1 imalita \lapjl~lla ~ilr a+tlt. L aawemIt.allrata., faa li1,a I alllvt' ta.l nutIIL! .& tAR(IW\'. +t; M[+tCImIO at Camp SI. Theatre. TIlls EVENINIG, JAN. I, Will lie perfo med the I'lay of THE BELLE'S S'TRATAtGEM. Doriecort, Mr. Brrn' FPulaer, Srog5. Sir (l:orge, FredU1. Villers, Gilbert. l.etitia Hardy, Mse. IBarretrt, Mrs Rackett, Greene Danoe, liss WIray. Pas Setl, . Mts Ilenni i'o conclude wtih lie nc.* Faret of NAVAL ENGAGEMEN'TS. Adm:niral Kingtona. Mr. ohee. Lieut. Kingston, Fnret Yhor(] "rank Shrire.F Ponlifeo. MfR te Ge, Slias Murtimer, Ilerreti. WASIINNGTON BALL ROl Dresn & Masquerade Bid St. Philipslreel between Royal & loitrbon ritJI Maecser ofitte cbore ntned ihlll IRotmn, ,I fml to lIt fri'nto nsil tdc pdttic the rite .lelled proutntllag be stowed on him orseveral nel , orespectfully inftrrrms tha that she esltablismenr been enlagedl for ite amusement of visitors, an d dergoie immepse i repIlt. TIe Itar will lBe ere Iy noue in italisty c liquonrs,santline lleercct , kipa iy the aclient llettatortur ki tite Icitit it The room will reo-pea on Sat.uindy eveno, 3 Novmeltr netx. ht a it 0R1ANrD lIttES & MAfQUERADlit: RAI ond will take ltine os usual every MIntttlcy, \W day mtd Y rator laeoeing, trring the seaeoen, willad on ttho ttIt of SMac, I/Nit. NI. 'I. The ermartest atrenlio wil he paid rc p ing perfectl order lthrougiolutl thie esnabliehmaen, - dane lant season. oet24 NEW ORLEANS ANDI N OSHVII.LLE I.:lft. COMPANY. NEW AIRILAN(;ISE.MIENT. * IllE lI.ocomtive will leave Ile Depot t rte I I (rinl rtreet, veryv d ty at I A. M nd . entur I'. 5, except eollnder'n, wiet clte nill I~epalr lieltlrn it A. P, I I'. Nt 2 "" 41 ... ilY'A Coef,,r prienetepartien provec ,'dilhee hre ultleieit, uill be rlvo down tlrrIoll tet Itne fprev our tlottec. t2, 1:ice JAS II CAtIDWEIti,, Irecti COTTON CIIICIARIL fr l'RINTEI' with tl/e Greaelest /Cteeddi, in a s.tyle ueturpassed it New t(.)tIss, whle. OoRe.ne left a (OItee t eI.Nit Reoec til S,. i(ht chaneon (Ct'ener f Graeer St.) er ec T AMERICAN I'RIN'INiG O1F croner of Padrirs end St Cllarles Sitre L, pronq aply al t ,ad.d to, Dec. I--tl. t I. d fo cleby . ' "l l -. n .l O .¶ al/ ITEAM IOAT BILLs. O'WN:ItS , GEN'I'S,or CtIl'TAr lts a/cl 15A'I'S con have their lBills strueck oft. or more Culored Itkson Plain or (/Celhtd I,.c despat'ch, nd on favorable icres, by /eareng thtOtitse alt 111 AlI I' ICAN ,I , 1 ar I'oydra+ and St. Charl, s treett. Il'l:{\l ()11e--5c00 intlc . winea tr it ntt. o ti l ell e r i tor ile I at je l t '. it t a & 't , t t I . t N tg .I Jit)XS-- i lxe hi & elrown 1. u 't'tre, fdr +.u +rr r , 01y 1 l~lhf r ali lIlt.-lok ('Iteh k ie, Stub of L:tlingt, itu ills, IttiopItllta Clow i illi Igllecur C. H f . (j'tlltliRt/itft'r Ile' +Ibe e', antl errry criphot in,,f < I 'st+iv Iilv .++ rj] r etrr.J .t l" etom e. TlIi E A lUt'.lt' IN," ijet r. ('. ell tti.e., 1 t lnt r/ trllll (ravi.,r ltre,'lt.r tb t., l1(lli(),,o: ctrner of t'itlta aIce rI. II c. 1'rf..sir,, ani Amul~efull Iloon an.. .it'l fero lhe i, ct 1,u oc het tes cc the fittitt Slt..i . tte'n ,.h, ti Iee. t/erttd' ' r e/./.toek,,t/'ci et; --a t ttitl trii h'eretid as I on , 'xpitt it ionl ,it ulihtllt, astt I II tttt lt I/ Lilltist. i 7- Ii l., I ithe, Fih et 'ic t, a , 1c c . 1 i ll i T't t'ttc e hoitlll Tt i l t II, (ide teteet'Pieed.-I, fi I',ttec Itt. etec 1 leitt,'fr I i, tetter, t cecitiv + .,, ' -. ital tie. fl 'e t . r . e I ',, ('.\B I)t li 14) II 'TII a , l~lorl kiNl,,. + to('o illllt IIIH+I. ote oe'k J '' otj oae/ r \ot et Ici>. - p ig Reofte o/111 IIII al'ltk · t Ellllale Prtiea roert atolte +t o t te1 n t11i~. OIIOC'.e.'r u/eI, s ltl ai nd '.h (hl [it Orelle corner of I'oydr.un SIt. (?hls al> T'O MiERlCHTTil S ANrI L [ 1EIRCHtANT.4 Ian hace a IlrIlli I.AR atruck].ofatjolur bourn ..trset, [y1.v'a CJoluptinlg |oomi of TRINI, AM|,RItC.N I Or' ir, lt. INcare ltltathtnll r lilfte I.NG ..... at Coneo f .... ra.,ir........... ,or in,*Ofi, e. corner of Payide u and Sl . e herle jeet A .lRAlAl IIilt 1i 1l I $an Ill I \VARDVI .111 allllll TRUNK tac roa nain t1m A the rtnig t io Bll oat , null IICI HIII Y( athlz vmious vallulal hahers, ad lait n,, draw 11 byIv I'r, alt e113,1, 11 atavu, i rf (atdmn, I,l, otla, Il~l,,k illlo'la aeaacul n d,' ab,. thei 11,llh af hia,.1, d1,1h ,t flnell, 1837; the. p'nci,' All Il'iarirore famwn lred Ila totratlrda Amonlg thle papersr is a receipt of dep·po,. itr Wat lo, ar5(I, Paymlent u It hicl, as Vnat, &as U..., .lopp eatd. The peeahhbook is Inlbe leftlat th n Backe, Wail S&Ca.,alwaa hl e reanndl tall 1 S jalloInalbsaTn SASI. It. s'v. ,MARlY, MAHBGT r 'lEA\I FE N'I018E is lhrahy given, that in 1 dinnoeer, pnxdl by th, Clntcnnil tt tinu ncipnlitt, on \Iidnadvat ilta h I Ja nutty 18' nonublann i ti.,,0 to ile ,. itl atutk ot $3Oill1 of *1a8 cllch itt said c palllnv, w~ill lle open· Clharles Dantnld'tt, tOltntO At.l. Mlluyt ark nndanv the 16th, anlt., attl will be kept opena doy froal 16 A. hI. ntnil 2 P. hI. an eant, dl 1hullaw pen aharn to on paid incanall ,an C I)IlSlO , S H111', Cam,, 11 IROBITAILL1: VANlPElI_ paan.tt~ a - 1iOl nV~ IE)-A pr~r with nI capital ofC a genanll'anaieadnl 4 Brolkerage al boat to bln rleatlisljldi,,tislit. A It, tot A. B1., lin t9. Ptiel Ollie,., alotatg Iag aa,,,, I bte hodn will, reatnIo na, will he,,,,. In l)ý1s) :DPO ;N boxr in atrsf ARILAHAMBI'I'KILER,34 1 jllf ABIKAHIA TRI6II. , :1 fltlT: IlUEla. II lltlapaao...111 l~aaea "`I' lalalanaafa aaelanlarq..oli,lya,,di,,8 ali I. I GALE, 93 C 181h..J00 ohtl.,e On(,,ae, In ,la-a end l'n 0 aT. II llTRIIGE cud ao, dol (tAt'..3, n ld B oatan Na. I OnoP. la, ta.ng S vis, and the cute by Pand L PWIIIlNIY' 72 poT a VLS-AO61In i n xtla a -rdr frotlnbritg Ilna, nl fornsale lba j3 _ _ D__ 10 EY, 14N IljIOiSl\ILl. llA sK ClIECK.-.A elan !L Bank of Louianill frf551lfor saole b llt S I'ETdOll & AVERIY 10 DEIPER S9AUCE-1.5 bonanx. anttii enal , il More, od liar tla Iby ja4 tHIh.l.&c Rlltthh'N 9111 I'I'IE LEA!) & LI.NAEI"llllll.. 91111 kegs plan No,. I. PIt, I.aa, of Lewis' t,,t 13tnulkcttt raCaiaitig pat ter and a 1ri; Chanctard. Also, 81111 ago 11 Wtita Lnat, tlttalna,,taa hy thte Inian WI aolmpany. Ala,,, 16 llaltluaoha Eaglish at Linsned Oill nstore adaldfnr sran It JAIIVIS 6'LNLREIS A, , \Vlllrlule 1 (12l lar Corn nan khnTnipi ri'LENUoIItI Lantlat, Annuals adLanlt Thet IDiadeat, b3 Olia Latisa I Sherida, Ilaranlea, Ileraa h ll,,tk at Ila tttn, Syria, the holy latd, i.. And a law olthers lat, all ft 18139, with fit' gravings, Ulfver 'wi i.. rllnpPI1· I iu 2 tot,, limn,10 tIleoa lol, ntartp~l..a, 11 tNo , 4 d.~ Si.tcnhes bha Raa patt G, Roll of the ho~wl, Icy till, autholr of , nr9e! S hiatt. IRaolat, , a, d oaal tliltr, Four rl .An il l'an.ugaa.nI. 11,.l.a.l n, Aliea Vat' no, , lY .6 t": I .ria,f n a ,.r Inu ,t al? 1": JUII Ne 1 a", (on nI 3n011S70C

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