Newspaper of True American, January 19, 1839, Page 2

January 19, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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tcipalite No. 1. 8"an.e du 9 janvier 1839. qq le comptrbleur eatet demeare auto. aso maire un diaL des dottes de cotto . oeit parbillete, notes on iutroment, de Ia eaiese d'smortiasomont dtablie ti d.dettei, qtaftl,8Ydd' Trueo tu taxe sour li ecabaetis, &c. mligsdoier, eiaont ddporis DsaR1' e rs, par la Vole do so. .-inonei, Ia iommn de dooe mills t an a.iyeuttes, dtant le meitant al-ausLnxit eontre on lot de terre on d hat, dtnl kIoitid divieda du lot No. 11 appert d'un plan drelsd par Joeques er de 1 ile, I. 15 novembre 1809; a . Dewo sjet a unon rentse perpd. ipoor cent d'intl6rt, l'aequdreur ayant !ie .dlppo novembre 1838; de payer le capital. 'lkilu qOe i maime est demeure utoried a r a nom de eott municipalitd, toot note pu. I sooai eedutt n4aauaire pour annular Phypothb. tqaqupipeamsor la moitid duodit lot No.4, et d'en te etildit q uvps Rogers par un titre on simple Rdlid. q.ules propridlaires de propri6.ds ur 1.r A=l-O di&O. lli. Is rue ou lee rues pourraient YMrs .O t eon bois, on nOtres matdriaux essayde e~4rlipe, seront eontraints a rembourser au I&dIoer mentt Is montait qu'il aurtient did iJt It peyedans toI . o t In pavage surait did fioanpri· restodrdes, bien enteadu quo lee rdpara. tloudetels modes de praneg faite pour eosai, no touettWAlbiittlibn tMatroe parages seront entibro. Meet t.lafrais de Ia muoieipalitd. ididoho qu I Trdiorier paiera t MM: G. W. PrtObardlet J. D Bein, our P'ordre do maire, In .omme di tite Ocents piastres pour le loyer, depuis "I lor ir jer jusqu'u 31 ddcemb a 1838, d'un terrain. 6 rue Tchoupitotlae, entra lea runs Notre et Julie, employd commo endroit do -pet pair Te voyer. du'lotu quo l ;Trdsoricr paiera t J. B. Marks, notojre de cotto municipali6. sour I'ordro du maire, aeommaO do trois centsot bhut piastroe, formant lo moiatent do son compto depuis le lsr nai jouqu'au 31 ddacebre 1838. Rd0olu que Il voyer est nutorir6 a d6livrer a touts pereonne qoi denmandera des pierres plates, rpoo filre toutes bnoquettea dans cotte munlcipa litd,togtes pierres plates et nive'des qu'il aurnit eo qtl s.n seraient pas ndoeusaires pour le travaux publics, aux prix suivns : 19 pouces de pierres t 47 cia. par pied courant. 16 do do 64 do. do. 18 do do 71 do. do. 20 do, do 79 do. do. 2 . do do 85 doh do. 94 do do 94 do. do. 96 do do 99 12 do. do. 96 do do 105 1.2 de. do. 30 do do: 117 do. do. rouarv que les n0tes pierres no olesnt pas nott. vrdes samn un ordre du comptrbleur, qui n. donne- T ra cat ordre quolorsquo to lmontant aura 6.d payd E an Trdsorier. Rdoolu quo Ia petition do A. L. Plough, demon.. dant d'6tre zenmpt6 do la taxe pour spectncle, dams eon cabinet do lecture no pout lui dtre accor. dde. Rdolu quo I'atelier de forgeron auquel a trait la pdtitolade W. T. llopp a iu permission de rester, puomtius quo to dit atolier sera 6loigld ou ldamoli, quaald leconseil I'ordonnera. ORDONNANCE Pour dinhlirun Ferry prebs au marchd Ste. Marie, et joint it la ville de Luaoyette, It eat ordontln, qu'uno compagnie eat form6o J pour dtiblir et maiutonir pemuant dix ans, un on plusiers b lenux t vapeur r.o passage pour Iavt. -uer d'un point do ddbarquremont qu'on appropriera it Ia dire compugnie entre Ins rues St. Joseph et Dr. lor, a travers to floave, touchtant if la ville de . d fayetto, on allnntet venalnt, llllru quo In dite eom. pegnie so confornto uxo couditiuns ci dessoun ati. pu!.eo : 1. Elle 6tablira on bateou convennb!n avee toutes lecoonvenances n6:es,,ires pour lto earltos see, cltvaux et putsagers, at ulloement infiriour ait batoneux so'uelluent enlployds comtno ba lteux 'e passagetraverannt to fiauve danso le lii. I tes do la ville de It Nouvelle Orldans, dans l'espa co d'un in t partir do I'Paloptiol de cetto ordon 2. lis devront pendant toute la durd. do lour privilejle voir n steaonm boat marchant, uno oais par hello, doepuis eto lover juuqu'uu coucher du so. ..il, de I'un t I'autre den endroits ddoignbd, dane cotto ordonnance, A iloins ql'i n'en soit cmp.clt6 par des cuanes irrudnddiablou; et to prix du passage as devra pas xcddeir to prix jnsqu't prdoent exigt par Rl compognio du bae a vaptnur do la Nouvelle Orldan. 3. Ia dito eompngnic aora In lil,brt6 do se ser. vir des dcdblreaderes qui lei so o.t rall.,Id our l.exiiration des dites cinq an.idoe, Ia dito enropn. pie sera tenne do payer mnsuoalloemr t nlu 'l'ro. rer do carte municipolild In somme do cent iias. tees pour I'usnge du dit Id6!lreadbro, josqu'b 'aeltbvement du termo do dix Oalndo. La seconde municipalilt u1 garanitt pas to dtoiL d'dtablir co Ferry duans to ac o it parrutrait hour. tcr nueun drnit scmbinb!o contlal d d'nutras par unae li do I'Rtat on vigeur. II est de plus ordorftu qu'il sera lCgal pour tout nombre de citoyena do cotte rnoieipalitd, pin nloindro do dix, d'ueclctor cotto ordonuance de la monibre suivante, avoire: Un livre do souscription Pera onvort par Charles )Dimond, Solomon lligh, et Al. Robetaille, qui seont nommdsonmmissaires I cet eeCft, aproes cinq jaurs a'avis dans a nmoins deux jouronax, donn6 par eum on par uno mnjlit0 d' entr'eux; lquael livre do. meurera ouvert pendant an mnoins trois jours depqis 10 heourr a. n. jnsqu.a 2 h cures p. m. chaquo jour, b un endloit d6.igt6 par los dits combmisuai. res dans le dit avio. Le fuod capilal nera fixd per les ditrs ommiseai. ra hune somme qui n'exeddern pas $20,000 et qui ser diviedr en aotions de $(100 chacune, oe qsand le sooseriptions seronrt loses, s'il y a une plus forte aomme de sonbscrite qu'il ,'oost rdcessaire, alorn Ia somme sera rdduite .n dimiruant lea plua fortes eouscriptions, do tollo mantiero qu'ocuerno no soer rduitoe tnt qu'il no restera tne plate forle. Qu'aussitbt qu'une eompngnie uinsi formno sera I corporde; cosnttrmdenent I In 'oi do 13 mars 1837;et avertira to consoil do son :dhdsnon a ladite ordoOnnnco, Oale devintrnra obligno ire pour cotte e~pgpagni o: lIa iunicipalidl; p urvu quo cetto ouUbjoltion soit faits avent to le prouner jour do fdor.r prohain. Qu'iprbu Ia formation do la dit compugnio et son adddsi n It nla urdto otdotonneao, lt atnjorild dpsielinnaires de la dite compagnto ataront le pritVjlge d'augtenter son capital jusquO'a touto sems n'enxeddunt pas $411,t00, on so conlormulnt comma ci.deesus a tl loi do 13 mars 1837. dsolu que l'atderman Nixon do Icr district tst eatorisd t oxaminer loe crotptne dul comptlrirur pm 1837 et hies comparer avoo leo livrso au bu. . jl.du comptrb!eur. f tot L'unanimilt qua to mire ot at et demuro rli(.adresoar leo remerciitens sin.sobros do co oeqlm.las a sapitaine Barbalin et anux oflniers fran lbIda bbtlmiat t vapeur do guerre franis leo dure, pooUr la.pronptitulte lt to ble qu'nux at lea heoues aous lcur cotnmnaudemnlt out dtpltoyvs dons Ia nuit du Icr de co mais, on essayunt d'arritcr leosammce denso I rue Front, of de proidger los I aivires cnntre laIur ravages; aussi, d'expritnor f soffolern , anu om des ciloyona do la seconde nunlpalit no., lire reconnaissance, pour iasr o oide t 9desintdreda o dans rctte recueil des ordonunnocs at des r. adoulttes municipalitd, par oridr alpha it aitt fait imprin 6, sous la survoillanco d'un eonaLt4de trois mombroo du conoeil. Rdolu quoe o conoseil precdlora t chnoix d'iano poqnn acpable do faire to dit reeueit et.do voillur td bliiotion, en on angais t en frangain, et cinq optlo pialrec s ront accord6es to cotte personno maUo e mpou.ation entibre do moe travaux; pour . witp lodit reeueil suit compltemeont aehov6 a1 .r ieor jour d'avril prochain. Le dit ro a contenir outes lea ordonnanoes et Ires S o.os pasados jusqu'au premier janvier 1839. .'tO BE DRAWN THIS DlAY. ;1j}'beiatoittg e a the drwn a nmlIors of the Louis kbl Ibr'', U[Mai 39, for 11:9: 14,12, 73, 3, J4. 62, 31, 39. 2.24. $2O2,0 CAPITAL PRIZE. iQXJI SIANA LOTTER .j At d9 d b Act of LIgiolotuta. Cirojter XLII. ft nch 21. 18214. Chaos No. 39 fo~r 1838. to he 6jµ 1, Sc aturighltr 44o. t't 89 (5 o'clock, N *; uIhos gchat~tg Hoteldt.I rlCharlcs at. U. S. UttE(,ORY & Co. Ntucctrore to FATE MfcINTYRE 0 Co. 5 Ntmbre-13 l Drawn Iallotsa. GRAYI) 6CIIHEDr. 14 .Poies amoulting to $236 33.j Tilseto $580 Halves 2 5ll9.Qtsrtcr 1 25 hobasls of 25 ticketo fot $12-). Pt ckhoge of 2b half sckkets2 59. Paclkgsr of 45 Qltlrter 1 ichota for } Fo~s~ r Fsekapelor sipltl eapylappy a 8 U$EtiO Y &r Co. ma lgavaa r office, j gj6 35, Countl street, ,tcw to Camp et bq7 bR8 ceputiostt so tLiVe fius 1*br a b PLAWDLAW, P G66 Canap et KS--JoI reoived aod foraule at 4* Cato utaot-hlooake'e O l odhpah Jotatol. 12 ecON, ntel $6 o#e; Wictte's Aestotyo, "PPtnwtt ty mar on the kr, n;HglXa~ netr~ nvl bv Doan..;v a T ALEX. 'tWAR. preaer 'k hs dk .e.tt.s in Of, rC M'-AA" uRIh2 .&fit Ce. Mail Regulations. The Great E7atirn aMead is closed every day at 10 o'eloek, A M-Is due avery, day at' I .d The Expresas JlMil is cled y a al 10 A M-Is due with 4 1reat 'a,. ton Mas every day. 7Yar Lake Mail (viia on, . fis da every Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 6o'clock, A M-Is due every Tuesday. Thursday and Satur. day, at 5, P M. T/ae LouiSeailIe or River Mail is closed every Monday, VWedalhetly 'and Saturday; at 8 PM--Is sent and returned by steamboats.-Arrives irregn I arly three times a week. 1e Bayot Sr ort eCest .kfail is elosed every Tuesday and Friday, at 8, P M-Is sent and 'r. turned by the steamboat Brilliant. The Alexandria or Red .R;er AMail is sent irregn. larly by steamboats, twice a week. COMMERCiAL, Chlrlran. an ... .19 5Vuhiu0uo ....% .ow 'Yrk, do.............. 7 Cin rvnud .Ja.J ...... 9 PhIlu.IlphIp do....... ... 7 I.7Lti.uill. .U........... 1 Haltitnrra do..... .....·... II II. Louuis, Jan.. .. ...... Bu,.iiia.h. Jan....... 9 Liverpiol, Nor...... .25 IluiniWi (Ieuu.) do.... 5 '.iH. Nov ....... 24 A..tuiI do..... ....5..... 77 IIruu i.. . .2 Nuhllel Jan......... .. 11I Ilnvre do ................2 i- T 0'1' -l.NKW RilI AN.. . CLEARANCE-S. J~oo~oylB. - ShiOrlpdn.. Seas, hor Neo York, Xl res Ship J oe R.o, ltlntocb, Plr Liroopool, &llnr Lb Ediohburgo.Theobldh. For Proidoce, G Bneklouhi Schr ,AmelluNeNlon, for OGlestton. WBryono Scbr G ii Wotir., Delalllo, Bor Toopleo, Cuotlt¥In. Lepe.re & so ARRIVALS. Sl..m.r Clottnrno. Barrett, fom, Vickourho..towed down aoI.gfaytoe 3 Sat host, londed with lite .took· and corn. Stinlloor GO.ie., Wilson torom Yocklburl..low od down tom N.tcohe. hrk t .ohn, i U Sn Bololet,, loaded with cotton, honnd tn No. York. Pchr Ceylono. l),llono, from oobilo,in bhllhn, to Moaoir. Ptomor B iiloutnt, albl, from layou o Bo. tlawnoor Noohodllle, [lorwio, from Paqnvomino. Polomer t'okinl, oe, f-no Paduoch. Swoooer RBonker IHill, Powell, foom VicLksurg. FXPOKTS. NEW YORK..pror hlip Orlenoo..AStuId cotton,llghrd moao took, ISO to fInuri, NI hhds ugar, 82 brli m, tooool,·5 hrlo floseed, 2 hxs dry ooods. I.IVE.PSOOI..per .hipl Jonn, ROo...I160 blt ctton. POUVII)ENCE..per trood Edinhuroh..oo h.la ot tton. 167 brht Ilnulalrles 3 blrla sugar, and 16 do mola··es. UAt.VESTONi..por horig lo Allt..lots Illd.o. , iln, rlillll, olt. Ihuior, ooflfeeo, andles, caoiongo, n,.i bho ropeo. STANMPICO..per .ohr (I H VWotoer.o.,ondro loo t odo., iron, ouictlok .loo, ine, tea, oe. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. Viokhlturo.%per omolter Cltihoroe.."22 Is cotton,. Iloroe oerogonnt. 180 do bY M BootI, :14 do ilotroo ,L (&ooch, 130 do N & J Dioh 00. o. 145 do Merrioo ld. I'oerolo oo, 98 do W O.5;y, 97 do Aileo, Aohoer &o o, lll do Lyooo, Ioarri. & oo,¶6 do Ionrke, Wott o eo. Oi do, nod II hhda oloooo,A . Fltion A c0, 42 holes cotton, Rickro, Hadley. Davis & co 39 do I..*m hoot, & Thoop.o.ll, II do Ot'NIl, IDeartho i co. 07 do hoooLott Forridoy t do, 14 do, M Wlitr e & co, II doAl II Wa\lce A" oo, Io do noo N lI.o. g 0 N PIioaolllt 0 o,S do L Le,,nd. 6 do Key h Rolerlo, ]IB kes2 tbutoer, Como.ock, Hyde 4 too, 30 t. heJ Ooodloo.do o Vieokaouro., per tolnoMo ono eoo..15 bln cotton, Lambeth & Thoopono; o o , dAFotoo tooh o Irkoo. Wr dt oo, 5 do E Ford 4oo, 4d dI O'Nodll, l)oarilo 0 s o, ,do Taylor. Gord oeo or oo. t0 do o & J I)ioL ot d,,, do Iotlnon & &ench, 44o J gl Brptisto, St heo0 Itoo olod VS Ilrlt whi.bkoy, Oonor on t. iood,itl hrloolooioo Owuler onhooord. 00 toyoo .o...per oteatilor o Rilliaot..l2 hto otton a M Le.. .4 do V Flower, i do A.io1sa - . \VllIt&ll. 3Uido Burok, W:tU (, o, 7n #o ilanll 'ellh,Fq i DcLloln. ll o Gourdain & HCenett 7 Io H Lhoootlnloy, 4 4o Nugono, o'onrphio, h a.ltt, " hhd. o logor, J II I.oeeih h& co, Id orlo olo coop., Ouo oo Ptla oieino..p er Itenmol o Nollohile..;7 tIsel otton, l1B hlhd. ,uoar. 53 .cr and 27 ilrlo oloko,.r , Y tollooll oo, I0 hhd. OilCHr. 3 H LooVericot.7 Iol.ootoo t oourdnll} 0 Eoooou ne holt ll t ..h., ·Il c oan. NMeoddooll & Eorl, It hhds ougar 1 Goon tdiuo 17 pooeo fuoodry oIlklol. Ooolere oo hoord. Poondnct..or otroaoor Poeoin..cargo: lTtl horl poro. 700.40 IlI. hltk porkoh', k0g. tord, ovoo on hourd0S11 borlb Bour SoJ.o Iltlohltin. to 1'iosh.trog..Pr rIeomer BuRoroho Iitt..ooogo. Sil tale oot lootoloolntol. Ferridny onpd eo,. , lo Itroloder, looooenn o and otVrloll, 70 do Ihrok, Woo o..olld r0. 39 do Nugonoot, Trpin & 00 W tt.'.H do I'vrouo, .lcieul anto oo, 3 do loorrooeld, Per. 5on 3ud co, 38 do [.onlhelol nlid Thompson. 104 do R Ileek, 6O do hocknor, SLt noto.oo an 0o, 8 do Kotty ood lorris, 19 doN' ond J Dihk ood Lo, i"do io Igonrt. p.4ASENGiIILY. i itloho.re.opr poPr Cloiltrnoo..Pothoer, Woriht, Whhoooler Dno.,, MNCoy, Nro coo030r. 00 Vookdollroo.. o p oe ooleroGn o..Cf· ltoono.1W II Agnaw. . C Wdrloy, I. todooooo, It C.huooh. tIo Gal.lo, Jo, Knoo. LEI ilooll~rron, iilons. IluttothOrnso. . E i ltooy. Sillh, R .. Co woi.o hn,A toooo. Itorgoooooo II it Pea.o, J King. II Irulo. Pl' I'Ioql.elrlte..pror oslololor N *.thillI..t l oorhaom, ioounnog. ij. tod,, ood 0 ohidreu, JR loogort, It Lnogne, hE Gonytleo, , Cilor, F Paracr~d. Vickobuoo..oor .teamer oonkor TlIIt..Jooes and olay, Geo h Fnoooo. hltlrtio, J3 I Sith. ,l stoholl, I SlBnghtor, J Rudd. o a I'odnoah..Per*tolooin.or io..J P FholhurnoJohrron.oNT olttooon , L U Chlmboro, N Aodrewo oo Etronog J.W Ilouoh oo, Copt A Simmolns, J.hhololooo ,J i hoydor, IV F hrown; tO. ' Jcol,o, lIF A0.plool.e, 2 tt NittIoo.lt 50 MNoooy. MI Ado h drr. 0. h riGoly, J h Fcris, E Kolly olod fnloily,tV Wogeo t et d C:C Booboo. 1 latoo ohro..1,lr oleneor olrilliont...n o P..mih o llo gO dooohioooert. r Lohlot,, child ond ovt, llll A Folley, Ilia. to Nlooholl. Nor It hlgnior, 2 dOllophto.o ,ood I0tl No Sim. looty, 2 So ohildoln nod oo,. C Por.ior olld lrdy. hi. Kininooy o ndld do, Sill Gllooo. It I ooer.o', tlohwnrl, Haldaioll ,S1ith, II 0, lrkg, Khlly, Korr, W lBlto Ci DSloononolkoo linylo , Clo IIrdioo. 00. Itr Clemolll, 3 ooo.l., A NoPofU,, P Ntloollol Gen Johoonl 03 otto *I, t. tiokuioo oond oot, V Moo.o4 Li).IS.o.l},Ptrkot, fl g,.t,]i ftioLS'i ;iloooop , OIld o 3 E loport, Pooootll, Jotoao.oo Wotllooo, p a. ilopr. Lyono I' C esot. Dultol., Coolant. Ilhgfuld, ·oB htolro, V.tooho, NhI,:hIl.tI, Fitopotoric, IO['oeno Rioo. MAY 3R4L''Y OF NEW ORLEANS. T IIlpi·r e of Irish flour to-day i $8 00 per harrel, th accor.ing to the lIariff; the hbakers shall give dn rig th enaiinr weak (frm ollMo nlayr 'it illt.)S 6 null rre of hrerd for a Ilot. Breald of the seond qility io or require d to weigh t 5a per crnt. more, vi: 45 ounces. th jaaolg. C. GENOIS, Myoor. FOR NEW YORK. 91 The A 1 fal sailing rioi ALICE, Jr- er dan, Maater, having all her frreicht engra ed will have despatch. For passage, btvino gudrl ar.coonsdaticons, ppl r to Jol9 %t Al PORTER, 95 Common at 30,001! Capital Prize, Teckets only $1000 ol GRAND STATE LOTTERY. W Drajvin of ttie Grand State lottoerv Clas 2. a 16, 49, 1S, 63 69, 7, 37, 75, 70, 55, 5, 28. ' C LASS No 3. Authorisrned the Legislature of the State. To be drawn 'This Day, Jan. 19, a 1833, at 3 o'clock, P. AM. at VIl91ral's iitel. S DAVIS & .CO, Managers. 75 Drawn numbers-12 Drawn Ballots. Splendid Scheme. 27 814 Prizes, amnountme to $574 :30 it Tickets $10 00-11alves 5 00i-Qnarter 250. Packageos .;l'25 'Iickets for $?50, warranted to draw s at least 4120. Packsea ofl5 ilolf'l'icketo $125war ranted to draw lt least $61) 00 . P'rckgesof .5 Quarter o Tic kets $10 50 worraatrd to dnow o least .$30 (i|. For packages of single tickrts, applv at the tn MANAGERS' OFFICE, janl9 16 Chartres at A AIr.'' Dove Ali:l Papcrs-O0110 rerans of Ames' rlntting paper, rec-ived nl.d fir rmtle by a ALEX TOWAR, 49 Cnlrp sr n Thin lot ofprner is of superior smooth texture andt SIas the advanngeofage, hbeing one to two years iu Itar, he.'re shipped from the North, tlerrfane omr'lt at hotter adapteltto 1se in a southern climate. It embra- fu ceo q:rrto, "o: mereial, packet a d filio onats.al differ entcolore. Caps fdlfflirent qualitien anolclror,. Also L Fmedium and toyal writing, all of which will h. sold low. ja19 hi 9OSilir tUTTEl{-Landing koram phil 0othm. el n , ar, one lundred firkins genuine Goashen Butter, a p fine areticle, for rale by the ubscribher. R W ELLIOTT, jn'9--lt0t 155 'ITehpitoulasat st " IVEtPktPOOL nALT-150eU sacks coarse and fine, landinganld g sintore i r sale by 1 ja19 II)LMES & MILLS, Bank Place ir jARD-950 kngs Leat Iard, in store Ior sole by S jl9 G DO'RSEY., 44 New I.Lwve W OteDWort ti'la newly inventedPLASIlNtG MA-l CIHINE. P'rzesrED, Nov.12, 1836. Tile suacrireihoreinr one alfthe gent of said Woodwarth, has oe of said Maohins put upr for use, t in Ihe mill of Me'Or . Horton & Ca., in the city of La Sfantte, which soany peralsn can sxnmill as lie has a Ilmber onf said achines for anle, and has tile agency for dinUnsing of the nriviloge for osine smii Inachines, he in desirous to sell by sales or pariolea,n an may best suitl he applinonte. The machines are the greatest la c hanr nr.ving moohrinre ever pitt inon, forr ressing ndrI nt oltling plonk .,r fl oro, or boards for weather niding. An v person desirous of purchasinRg, can call at No. 71, Rthrparr srreet, where tile saubscriber can be fonnd. ja 19--nm WMn. P HASmoINS. P INE APFLhE Uhir.se. a tirGurbroe HBiler, fr I sale by READ & BARSTOW, in N 7 Bank Place CIIOIt)AtiE-An invoice of tarred Rope, asserted J izes, for sale by READ &BARS'I'OW, jalO 7 Bank Place I ii OAF~ UGAR-And Sugar Itoue Molasesa in .4 sorre, Ier a ie by SHALL & BRO.WN, I jal . 9f Maazine t I NEW BOOtS.. L AND OF SHARKS & SEA GULLS, in2 voles. A The Wife lunter. in vols. l'iTe Stranger in China, in 2 voln. Nl urders and Outrages committed in this countryl rmsellisihrd with numrour engrsvinge, repreentag I Itheneonen of bland, and correct likeuaease ofathe erins inala. Ctrioseitics of Literatumr and litnerry charaer ilian troted by J D'Ionneli Eeq, D C L, tenth edirion, en M plate in one volume. Nicholuls Nikleby part first, compiete. Reporta of Cee. rgucd and adjurted In the So 1prnms Court ol the Itainled .ates, January termn, 1838, by Ricoard Peter': Ia 12 Just receive and for sale by Wil M'KEAN, novyo car Camp and CGmmon at TUiT enived-at the New OrleaOs Statieoer'e Hall, The MaiddfMarictdorpt,a play in 5 acts, by J. - heridanKnowrl , I'.q. TtteLadderf Loe, a musical dramain I act by T. Iavnels ayiy. E JOHNS 4.CO, Sa31 canr St Charles & Common ses iTINIDOW OI.ASS. 40 hones Chelmsifrd, for 1 re ale by SHAL.L 4. BROWN. 91i Magazine at W'pHITE LEAD & LINSEED "OIL. 900 kegs gure No. I. Philadelphia White Lead, nf Lewis' manufacture, re, iving per ship Wal. tar and brig Chnetard. Alno 201 kegs New York White Lead, manusfature by the Union Whit LeadI. Senompany. Also, 16 hogsheads English and Dutch il Linseed nit. in store and for sale by J ARVIS & ANDREWS, Wholesale l)rnggits s d2l cur Con: noS & 'chopii.ulas at TRUE AMERICAN OFFf*r . .ENDID D EXTENSIVE A$ORtlMENT OF TYPE 0 FR.lYE PItNTI4WG OF Pamphlets Blank Checks Catalogues Bills of Lading Labels, Dray llekI e, Legal NLtices .Auctio ill. Bill Porsm, Show Bills Steam Boat Blls Circulars Amd every dese.rlptm oefJob Worlk tha. may bereqmlved. I[-The proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the pubhlic to the above Curd, and asne..s them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done at the short. est notice, in a style unsurpaessd in this city, and at the lutest rtne. -l-II - I '1IE ITRUE AMERICAN. EDITED BTY J1.'Pn I0soN. FAIT]S.IIL AND BOLD. NEWI OR LEANR: SATURDAY, JANUARY 19. 1,39. Poydras Asylaj -The annual report of thisberev lent inolitution will be found in our eoflltns tnoday.-. Its usefulness cannot be doubted, and the most credita ble and judicious manner in which it has been conduc ted, reflects the highest honor on the ladies by whom it is supervised. The report, drawn up by a lady, is lu cid an l explicit, and represents every thing in a state of high prosperity, and ensures by the wise and pru dent arrangement male, that all the worthy and charitu ble ends for which the Asylum was created will be ful itled. Honorable mention is made of t.),se whose mu nificence has fostered its infancy; and it is to be hoped that when the good it is employed in effecting is under. stood, that others will be found who will so contribute to its means, that it sphere of uselulnees will be enlar ged. Is." the n THE BANKS AND lTHE BULLETIN. Lool The leading editorial of the Bulletin of yester- thee day, appeals to the Legislature, to relieve at once, h od the Banks, from the penalty they have incurred by of a sunpendtngapecie payments. The chiefargument gain urged is, that the community is ground down at Itb this time, and omany of the first housee, are, aI it tors were, slumbering on the verge of the crate', Ilas whence will shortly issue the lava*siream which enet must destroy them. The dilemma in which the do, Banks find themelvese, will not, unless they are re. the lisved, allow them to do aught to lighten the bur- wli then of the comtmunity! This aI the subtle rea- self soning of these institutions, to ward off publie in. L dignation whilst they are grinding down their WE' debtors for the purpose of drawind in a uffiteient Glrt sum, to build a rampart against the approach of WOa "much feared adversaries." The money market cat is tight-almost, if not beyogd precedent. But the 'Ie intermediate action of the Legislature, releasing due the Banks from the responsibilities incurred by prro suspension, cannot enable them to do aght for the of t relief of the community, wvhich they eannot now seI do, if they only had the will. So far as our an. and quaintance with this community extends, and so Ila Tar an we have been onabled to push or inquiriesi e. we have not heard that any of the Banks have been mu injured by their present position or from any fear try or apprehension that they would not he relieved lt from all stspicion ofhaving forfeited their charters, t a if found in a sound and healthy condition. If any Ba excitement has been produced, we have heard if none; it hap been created by the Banks tohemselerft and thleir satellites. They have endeavored to of produce the impression of the immediate necceesi g of removing all doubts of their having incurred w any penalty underthe late act ofsupension. They are doing nothing in the way of accommodntinio, w but calling in, for the purpose of convincing the ni public of the necessity of inmmediate action. They fre deny having had any unusual ran opon them for du specie. They hive not uttered a groan which the th pubilic could hear, on accrount of the four orfire hundred thousand dollars abstracted from their W vault fur the purpyse nit furnishing ithe upriver and s .Ih . ... .. . ....,ti e . .. n i.a .r L'...I.:_ . kL. . capital. Does the community feel a want of con fiderne in the Brnks. nr the B;ranks, a want of con- "tt fidencein the community? We have heard in Cl our general intercourse, no doubts expressed about co the exisenreof the Banks, and yet the Bulletin lt says: "The object of it (tIe hill) is not to claim en any extra indulgence for the Banke, or to deprive dt the Legislatureof any control over them, but to oa give confidence in the eriltence of these bodies antd tn w enahlethem to afford the facilities and aenmmr dations for which they were designed and adopt. ed." Say rather, to enable them to grind down ti the community and collect their debts by processe of low, to the sacrifce of property and credit ti wherever they may be reached. The fact is they are crippled-just after the bankruptcy, or still mdder the liability incurred by "taking the benefit of nfthe act" they can come upon their debtors with a bad grace. But let the Legislature release them noe-with precipitancy, and it will he soon felt -thedifference between theirmodesty as it now It exists and their arrogance as it would then show itself. We are not hostile to tire Banksa-tey are neces. fr sary to the commercial relationaof tile country. Our object is thrt they shall be conducted upon correct "i principles, and "afford the facilities and accommoda- r tions for which they were designed and adopted;" andl . we hold that their ennrlition should he a.eertained, and a theirusefulnessbe undoubted, before they amre relieved and their charters restored. When they aore improperly conducted, they are noxiou to tilhe communitv: like rI poison, when properly administered, they remove, and te are antodotes to diseases, but when ignorantly or wil- a fully given, they prostrate and destroy. We have advocated the delay of a decision on Mr Lnckltt's bill, b-cause we cannot possibly conceise how the I.egilature., by the passage of that Bill, couhl enable thlie flanks to withdrew their a rrncnle o" ap a paratus from the very vitaln of the community. They have been so conducted as to be compelled, in their own t opinion, to enforce such measures to relieve then- d s elves.xa must embarrass thle commumity, and protract a the distress under which it has labored, iF not increase C it. There are certain restrictions, too, which the Le- fr gislature in its w'sdon, might iish to incorporate in b the charters. No better opportunity can he presented titan is now sfftred, to make any amendment which id may seem to he heneficial in regulating trh conduct of the Btianks,as financial agents, and as connected with the interests of tia community. y If legislative experience and wisdom may, during the Ssession ascerta thot beneficial provisions may be int corporated in the Bank charters, and to which they I cannot, under existing circumstances,object, our repro . sentatives w tuld feel greatly embarrassed, in passing this hill hastily aml without deliberation, to find that they had lost the chance of amending, and that the r Banks might reject any proposition which they may make, at pleasure. If we were satisfied that no im. provemenas could hbe made in prescribing the future conduct of the Banks, and that hereafter they would I e pursue an open, liberal.and honestcourse, and not heap n up wih their means, thi coffers of a favored few, to the total oetrcisem of the many-that they would not fol. low the blind and infatuated course they heretofore adopted, to the exclninin of those principles, which Is. would have given health and aahndnesa and prosgerity to our city, (for what city has the ereatresources which p ours commands, and 'huld relieve herself, sooner from ga temnporary though almost overwhelming embarra~n 0 ment'!) weahould not oppose the immediate action of . the Legislatuae, on the bill. But we are satisfied that a- such will not be thecase,and we are pleased at the called for, proper deliberation on the subject. Bank InJueece-idishould be eltcked.-The money power is the most dangerous of all powers in a state, to the libenies ofthecitizen. It eternally tends to cen tralization: and the final result of its influence is to draw every thing within the range of its orbit, and to make etery thing revo!e around it. It is totally oppo asd to liberty, to freedom of thought annd action. It operates upon all the relations.and poossessions of seci. ety with an iron hand causing them to submit, per force, to tsn commands. The object of our republican institutionr, if we understannd thes, at all, in to dinsi. pate so dangerous an element in thfe constitutino of hu man society, to disarm it of it tyranoical tendencies by every possible means of dispersion. Hence in the Uni ted States the law fierbtddin. the entail of property was wisely adopted. Indeed all our institutiono, crea ted by the imperiouc necessity of preserving equal rights, are founded upon tile rinciple,-disperse wealth. In spitrrhowever ofall thut has been doone, as the ona tion gf~jel in years, we Ind that past laws anad tpgua itiae are unequal to the exigencies of the present day. hel doinsidious.,o subtle have t becn e thq modes of at or tack, of the money power, thatthte liberty of the citizen siteinlmminent danger. During the last twenty yro, i manny han been seeking commion centres in every neigh= berhond, village and city in the Union. Protean like, U. it has assunmed the name and dress of incorporated in atituaions. Forbidden by statutes from accumulating under individual industry and deseending thus to po ia terity, it fies to assoclations of individuals and seek to ta tyrannise over society through legal creations of ten, twenty, thirty or Afty yearsatanding. N ine handted of these petty, exclusive tyrannies have grown up in inr aet land, and they now eat the bread of idlenem, preying ni upon the industry of him who gains his livelihood by - the labor of his own hands. There is scareely a see. tion ofthe country, that is not now governed by the ci factional influence, created by these money powers. They are all animated by the same breath, and. that breath is inimical to the true interests of the mechanic, in the planter, the farmer and the laborer. With these iii faet. and relections before us, what is to be done?- -r What are the people to dol "Power is always stealing from the many to tihe few" iºa truism that ought to be remembered by A all who value their personal and property rights. The money power is the father of political power, p and when that steals from the many to the few, d t is elmost inposeible to get it back. Witness the aC years of misrule which the people have submitted es to, from the general government. Witness the d' long era of party tyrrany that heretofore has sig. nal,sed the government of New York. And why has thia been? Because, the party in power, pore d r sesed the money influence, and that itlluence 'I enabled it to pursue its own career, in despite of the people. Even now, in this state, through the t means of a.faelion professiing to be Whige, a act of men possessing vast money influence, seek to get possession of the political reins. If that art or faction suceeed, the car of state will be driven over the necks of the people, and the public good I

be made to yield to private aggrand znment. What therefore is to be done? Mu-t the people and their repesentatives remain supine aind aid the mloney power to mount into the political seat? Looking to our own satie for the application of these reflections, will the country members be h tod winbed and bam.hiesled by the money influence y of a city faction? Will they yield hke lambs it going to the slaughter, to the fetters already begun it i) be rivetted on their limbs by the bank specula. it trs of New Orleans? Let them arouse from their lethiargy, wlile it in timte, and shake off the h enemies of their rights. Bot what are they to ie do, to put down the junto that seek to govern e. the state,-.thst odious money and bank faction r- which would sacrifice every thing at the shrine of _ suelf-aggrandizemenlt We will tell them. n. Let your motto hIl;--DIFFUSE wE-A.TH:-DIFFUSE 'ir WEAoTII! It is the true watrh-word of liberty. Iat Grd on the armon r of civil liberty, and with thrse of wordsago forth on your missinn, eonquering and to et conquer. Assemble your forces, memnbers from ie lhe country, and resolve to act apart Iraln an on tg due city influence. Draw up a hill granting the t, privileges of Ro.E DBANtING to any one mian or act he of men in the e,,communis. Bring it before your. ta selves, sitting as a legislature. Discuss it well c. and make it, if possible, perfect. Pass it into a lt law of the land. Adjourn and go nhome to your , ennslirnente, and ere six maontts roll round. voii en wll find that trade will reviv,--lhat honest indus" try will meet with its reward,-that the many wilt ed hav annd hold the power which of right belonge to them,--'lllt a mushroom factin of New Orle.ars rsc will have died a natural death,--that your sixteenr Ry Banks now in existence will be governtd by a fystem of policy looking to the gpod of the mainy, --hast prosperity and happiness will fnll to the lit of all your fellow citizens, from the lowesir t the greatest. When yo -shall hav edote tlis t lnr, ed when you salhl have thus broken down the petity ecy tyrannies of Banks now among nie, by infusintg the as' wholesome ingredient of entpetilion into )nur he ntnetary system, you will have nated na bte, Im. ey frPemen, rlpresenting freemlen, Ivclhs epP(e'itl for duty it i., to prevent ptowicr from "at eehlinlg fr tiI th thIe nnny io the tfiw." Ulltil you dlo ihii, youl tre fi t a pirti n of thle Whig party in+ tine. Hi ecr Whip, in yIour ineICP, gentllerlen of tle St'nlttc and rid lause of Reyprtets.nt.ives of LOuiaivn! Fi're.-- ire brokle out ,in TI".nr.ia eve.Iint on- abolut 10 lo'clo(k ill tbhe rear of the buidinI on iii Chartres street. oc scupied b['y liss.e, (Ii ,1igtcc &'. out co., nelxt l to e Caurin r printitng ll .c. "I'h,. etin fllnra were subdued, thero h. thie in luvit nn l ni exerltions o the firedep:rttn nrt, without . t crert rive d alof injury, nc h iught, t in tit me cotr i,~trar ltle Io I npprehenslons were entlrletllltnd, from the high 1to win !, that the wholed block wniuld h econntmcd. N JAsnoarov, J.in. 8. When the Senate met, a eollinuniealiton 1from the Secretay of thle T''esury with a nrnleniett of imports, their valme, and the dutties aritintt thereon, from tihe 10th May 1,37 to 10th May 1838, was laid on the table by the V. P. Also a statementt in reply to the enquiry whether Ithe Poles haed nomplied with the terlms n tw':ieh land was granted them. Peitions on the suhject of the better organnzation ol'f the militia-and reso' tions fromn tilhe Legislature of V. asking for a tract of land for thlseuse of olleges, were presented by BMr. Prentiee. A memnnlial p rotesting against the frontier neutraltty bill, weeas presented by Mr. Al Ien, rend and referred to eommittee on foreign affatir. Mr. Wall fron the judiciary enluntl lce reported a bill regulating the salaries of Distrlrt Judges of the U. Stales. Tile land bill come up and was disatcsed by Meelra. Crittenden, Young and Clay. The Ilouse of Representatives, were oceupied the greater portion of the day on the resolution to appoint a committee it investigate the Swart wout peculatior. Cambreling got it on the right andithe left-and so did Ithe speaker. It wee contended by Mr. Wise that the committee should be chosen by bnallt-that tla Hiee would appoint an honest comnmltte, blt the speaker wouald not. The hill to carry into ef'eet the Convelnlion he tween Texas and the U. Stares, fixing the bnuns dary line, was passed. Mr. Cnmbrelhen g reported a bill for the civil and diplnmatic expenses of the General Government for 1839-read twice and re. ferred toe commilee of the whole house.-Alse a bill to amend the ant for iasosuing Treasury note- extending the act of limitation, allowing O$10,000.000 to be issued, fIrom the let of Janulry to the let of June 1839. A bill for the support uof the military aendemy for 1839 was reported by Mr. lHaynes from the committee of ways and means. Mr. Pipe from thlie rnme comnmit ee reported a hall, to cnntinun the Cumberland Rind through 'Ohio, Indians and oth'rStates, which ait r some d seussion was referredto a comnmitteeof the whole Tile debate on the Swartwoult reeolution was in ereet ine-containing much piquaney. Mr. Bond had the fl or when the m ils clohed. Foreign altd Domestic Ilenr.--The Royal Wil. liam was to sail from New York for Liverpool on the IGh.: T'he Legislntirr of Maine ennvened at Aotnslte, on the ind. Job Price, V. B.., wals chosen Presi dent of the Senate. and H[annibsl Hamlin Speaker of the Housae. A reetlution lctt ly passed the Ill. Ironse of Re. preeentativee, by a voite of 6 yens, to 6 rays,thal i: iinexpelient to collect the state revenues in f gold and etlver exclusively. t The pop ulatinn of Washingtnn City is set down e a 23.677. Some feolow at the S,. Georea echpell. Windsir, commeneced making hlve to Quteen Victoria, by signs. He was detected and taken out of the chapel. [LHoop.petticoatcare being introduerd by the fash. D ionhles of Paris, who are doing all they can ti . look like their great grandmothere, if any of them t can trace their pedigree so far back. i MarshallGerard has been appointed by Louis r Philippe, commandant of the national Guard,in the room efColnt Ltbr,ll derreased. Sir John Colahrne has received the appointment of Governor at the Ganadea. A dreadfil flned at Allahbhad, India, swept away 2,b00 housea, and caused great danage In the I.rt. Theindl gacrop, was much injured. Some dozen men 'recently crossed the line from t. Verment,at Albhrgh,and bilned and destroyed v- every thingin the way. Th%.ajthrisii Gest. w. ixtin nh been agtaio hell to bhail, on thre eevernl charges, by the Mes Ir . M.ittutn, and i a ,.in at larme .lneOtten lhavtn in,. .antered into h,.nld.-.fr him ta the sum ,If 49100 Of two million Iof rI, uted bills ag.inat the U. States, nent out for a ullection, only £400 remain nnid. A new Bank, undlerthe (,entral Banking law, has been etnablished at l'roy, N. Y., with a epi tal to reach 45,003,000. SMMarite, Jan. 10. CEty sneins, tforkel, ke.-Buoiness, enernlly, continues as heretluore--very dull.- The cotton nleretl, to-day, has been in a very unnettled state -some holders stiff, others, inclined to recede, and transactiona very limaited-not exceeding tOO bales, generally at reduction from the pri. cea of the iat two days. (Adeertiser.) LOevno.IItI, Jan. IS. SThe River.-There has been no rise lo any con , squence vet. Considerable rain has. fallen to a day, and appearances indure the beliel that we shall have much more before the weather tettles. The prospects for a speedy rensumption of naviga. tio are certalinly very lattering.-(City Gae.) ANNUAL KREPORT or THn POYDRAS ASYLUM, FOR 1838. With a grateful seate of the nll-persding care of Providence, do the Managers of the Female Orphan Society again report to its friends and the public, tile continued prouperity of thie faored institutmn. During t past year, the blessing of health has been eejoyed by its numerous inmtes, in an unexampled degree, when viewing the lIrse number of subjects tsarcely beyond the months of tnfaney, and the inany dieeouea to which that tender age is liable. Tie hand of the munificent and benevolent has been directed to inereose the means ofsuplprt and inetruc ti, to the helpleo potlion of the great huttan family. The !ale Stephen Honderoln euq. and Alex. Milne eeq. havecach contributed mostgenerouslv towards allevia ting the sufferinga of their lees itortunie fellow beings, Iy affording an incrensed fund to sustain their helpless oiff-printg-the names of lentlereon and Mailne onited witlh that of Julian Puydras, will he remembered and blessed with the 'yitg breath oimany an afflicted pa rent, whose parting hlur ill io cheered by the grate ul consciousness that a home is awaiting those unpro tetted little beings over whom his heart yearns with food ctlitcitude. T'lhere are at preent'l13 children in tlhe institution, re'ceiving that tupport and instruction necenearv to fit them for a life of uoefulteta-tlpuardl of dil) being about Ilth ge atfe ftwo yesre, are in the ooelta y, whnnre ell tile carm andi elleniion their tender are req ulres, is i indly Ihltowedr--43 have been received within tlhe p t year; 23 have been claimed by their Iriends or rel ativce, ld five have died. 'The Managgrs have exrerienced much diffieTity in procuriong a comnpetent peronto t take lcharge oftite school departmeet--het trollt thlt their efforts have, at letngtlt, hcen successfll, lhaving obtained tile eervi:es of a lady apparently well qualified to dojustice to her chnurgn. The thanks of tile society are due It the attending r physician Dr. Ltuzenberg, for his gratuitous prolfesion nl s.rvies. th'le Mnngers have tile eatifation of announeing that witltin tile last tnonlh, tile final paymct hats been made upon the btilling erected by tlhis esociety, on the corner of Te'haphitouln ntd 'tydlrnns aresnt, the entire cost of which amonnts to $37,353 82--and through the active kindness of S. J. Peters erq. the three teneenteni have each been rented to responsible tenants, and tie present 'ear will yield an income of $7,f600; the entire r rvenue arising from this property, it is tihe wish of the tanagerm It n apropriate to thIe lquidation of thei dlet to ttry C Itoank, tonlrarted for tht ereetil ,tf Illild e btiltling. T'he rema:tinder of the propert i in tl e nsatm o situation as tt the last report, with thle eecttion of the house No. 3 I'noydrns trleet, Ih tenant of which in November last,received notice to vacate it, in tonse - quetee of the Mnno t rre being notifield y the etrven .tr tIf the nd Mueicipnlit, thalnt a street would hbe Spened thro' tile airoulnd upon which the house starnds, running from Poydra+ to, (tirnd streetI-tIe available illcnm t itn which tile Managels tmay a'nlulate with certuilty, for their cur ent expensles will uot exceed :7,7l1), being an amount rather limited f r the mnin taihlnceof this tnIteron Intmtily-tlll the Managers trut by the xercnel. off tlat trict eoet olny which has alvan s orevailed ill this in tifliton, tha lntle ll elllnt rv tet inonvcnience of it limnted incrusm, ely be I .41rlnarll, . and that at no very dtieann Iperiod when the generoue in e' tionsofltheir recent let efnclorstan te rratlizedl, the , ,ill enjnv the mean.ot all incrensed sphere of t. ful Sle+ei--ald ever enlofidl,,o in: lhe .ntcllel rare of I'ec vi dlelca h!ich sl btlits for sllpported ltd sustainled this Sinvnlna-le inltitltion---he :lanagerst with thanlktuie ncesI and graritulle clls their nreport ftr 1ts:8. • .. ,. .t j!+ m,... mm. i ~ c t " y' C'`F;I Z -2 A IIz aD ý ip O t C O F C ý11 z- rý$ýý 3 O W ý _ I M I W i Jnur 5-3 III. LUZENI3ERG, SS c 'c by E F F t YSt ' t a ^s M. LZ£NERG Jaur 1 - .Secay CAMP STREET THEATRE. WILLIAMSOAV'S BEN'EFIT. l R. WIi LIAIION aIes leave must respectfully J. to aalOLmce, that numerous triiuds in the city of New Orleana hove osot hand ometo imte leted them selves in making him a B.NFIT; for which purposen committee of gentlemen Ieve waited on M R. G It'ltOF.;E lA ItREI'T, Wbho has, in his usn lly kind andl gntlemanly m nner, Granted tile use of his t'lheare fr Ihat ncenaion. It is appointed for Triedty next,, 2d January, 1839; when will he preenoledt a vadeO of enterlailmnme , whieh he will Ihavo thie hmnor of u.aking otowno by fu ture advertlfcmenles. At thistine be will conlent himself with offering to his snp,'olters, his heartlilt thalnks Ibr the great in!terest they have shown inl his behalf, reervtn, aleo, to another tlno-thebeet mannPrin whiclh to express Iis gnatilude. Seats can be senred ut Ihe Box Office, the BIox Boohk being now ope.. jalI N EW LAW B)l1OK0-A Treatise on the Prarti'e of the Ctonrt, of Chsncerv, with an aolpendi of Iormn of 'Precedlent of(:ntts, aolnnted to ito last tlew orders; by John Sydntey .nlth, at tle six C(lerk'saUo Ice, in 2 vols, 8vo. Just reeived nd Ifr n ale by ja b ALEX T'OWA RI, 49 Ctamp at Also, just reeived. Conkling's Practice in thle tourls Ofhe United stalen, and t ncw sutpply of Chir 4' on Hll,. 300 EM11''PTY hhda. and tiercn., fur sale by IIALL & BROWN, jao 8 96 Magazine st L AI)III' Velvet hid.l g liate, of the latest stvlte IA l sale by LiOSSIP d Co, nt Ch,arle sot, jaI8 Exchange Hotlel "oU OlAN CEIIENT, Inlhng from ship Elizabeth, il from Lontdon, fe, sale bv jan13l' tIllD & BARSTOW,7 Bank Place. MI.AL A WIn\Vln :, sweet aod dry, in qr cask and Indiu bbls flr sale by jal8 II":Il) .f RARSTO\V, 7 Bank Place AC' . BttAt AhU l r, alew hhbl old ad suntunr, ior [ sale by READ & IIARS'I OW, jal8 7 aonk Place TAlII.Y Ml.bS, IEILF-40 half barrels laumily F esa Beef in stors, and f r sale by jet8 J I'HAYI El A Co, 74 Povdlrns st ICE-5n- casks, eand 20 hallnf n.ks plimnn Caronlina L Rice, landing from brit Debealh, and for sale by jal8 J THAYERI & Co, 74Povdras e t tOUK ALE-A talll Dee r, (alive.) Applv 75 Raonpnrt t. jalB o1 tlO'S-t.oodtmg fntti oh j Anl.n, It cnase of ine IU calfsew'dl Blate. for nale bv j,17 I BRIIDGE . co, 131'. "etone at ieu h ,'o lnr.o.'--l'nrlll; Porn anti o e,, at tHe ot r wnetion, in store lit ens. t ole in e je17 G DttlSERY, New Levee I ,,1L,,,,. I,, A.. ni t..-.. .nec,, on the iJ Bank of Louisville fi,, $55l ft r .ule by dl1 - 1"1: t'"\ & VVEPIY, n: t ntaver st ijEPrEtt 8AUC -tb O... ,oaining 15 doz S each, in Ptor. and fhr oa'e by ja4 IHAILI&. BROWN, 96 Mlgazine a Eal.jra St. Thealre. THIS EVIE.NING, JAN. 19, Will he performed the behatifl Play of the 'I HE WATER WITCII. Tor Tiller, Mr Barrett, Capt. Ludow, Fieldng, l'ryanil, Gilt, Sead ift, Mrs Barrett, Alida, tircene. To conclude with'the now Farce of NAVAL ENGAGEMENTS, Adniral KinetRon. MNr.Johnson, Lieut. Kingston, Barrett, Short, Franklin. Mrs. Pontifex, Mrs. Greene, Mise Mortimer, Barrett. Dross and Masquerade Balls. MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. NEW LEVEIFSTREET, Immediately in frontgot the steam boat landittg. TIle above establid-h nmnt will he re-npened on Sundey evening, Dee. 2d, 1838, forthe season. Ball 'dots. Sundays, Tuesdays,. and Thurodavy. Said etahblithinent will he lilrnished with the. ohoiest liquors, and a good Renlaurat will be attehed to it. The managers of eaid estahlishment lave enoaged suefficient Police offiers to keelp god order throutllout the establishment; thelre will he a plaece to depnsit cloaks. ennes, &e. No person shell be admitted in the Ball Room with weapons ofnny kind. nov2t O AP--5011 hnoes iloulds' and Itlnbins' No. I Soup in store for ale by J 1l'HAYlIt & Ce, jnl6 74 Poydre ast OSIN-I9O barrels in stircnd efor nte byh ja1l6 J 1't YEll Co, 74 Poydrae st iPERM OrLt-3000 galo. Winor tmnined S perm .Oil, to sale by SHALL & IBROWN. ial6 9t Magazine at 'fLOT1'HINti-I ca. sattinet P'ants; I do scarlet flannel Shirte, Inr enl ihy jaoi ShIAI . & I)I()VN. 1c Magezlne at 200 boxes S . I Meolneon's brand, landing frot 2 hip t'olnmloP ... for snlo by jnl6 eIIAI I,& .BROWVN,9LiMagnainest " JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AND COPP'ER-PLATEI PRINTER. No. 3, Camp St. W ILL engrave nod prilnt to rdler, bahnnl notes. bills orrf exehnon, killi of lading, diplonsrns, nlmereen tile and visi:mlr crd. tlo.ntrirl, colunlar and counting io rise Peals, loor plrnao, milvter lre, aC.- enwnveun ehand, an asotlollent of ilier plaeid and brosl . dorr I' P Cards plnIted from pintos already erpgrtved. rnlvO{2 METAR[I JOCKEY CLUB JRACES. A per rfIllE ~pring lilr inglp f LI :S1I9. will Colmmencthe ., In t t edneadnyy 27th Plnieh. nnll continue fire dnat'. I'. CL' NAI. co'y. C 11 NEUV ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES! ! ECLIPSESI· COURSE... I]'PI\C rl ýI I\(j, l^1!I,. 'ill ý" emtc n Wed. Ie l i', ? 13 h ehnll, l:: .,e, u ime s C n54ye. I 'C i Fnrti)Iqnre in el heo 1 c.cI.I?' Me-eeCr llWaring. & (o'. eed,,118. d I K.h 'I I:lenh +ritre, I:rr·Ci-,a ra tl eeIc of 'nn l"in Ii1.Ii1+I ie l.+ l. an e . . ICont r·n of I"ýl nt 1 Ii irli:, l rrInllwrr l In. IV p 'e ni cepee ag l r. Plc. Mieiet, helln" np~ .t Pef~t CreI. linrifontnrt Grealt .Attnractfion IN CONi)IE .'TRI'I', NtAlI IIt()PY|'AIl. Striped Ilyena. Ocelot. IIEF. ExtellniveMIIENAR;IIF l-p. of M W-aring and lavmond, will open oiln hidav, Jan. Gil 18;39, and will rrmnnl np..a for a few das wl;.nlv. Thnsle who fre ford o a'Noornl Ilintnr.' will do well to rll on and exalnlillna thle mret extenive and rre apech' ntna of Natnral listory evel ogared, ms they can remnain but a few days. (iOpen from 111 till 5. and at early candlt lightl. Admittance 'J5ct.-Childran and seranlts, hal' price. R ()WANl'Sa TONIC MIX'I'IJtlE-Jue rrce'ivd lb 0 eases of thii invnllnbli rejlndv flor the Iever and Ane, wanrrtntid genuine. direct from the manulac tory in Philadelplhia, fi ll' ale, fi JARVIS & ANDIREWS, .jI^ cr 'nlthapitani & Vctanmman Sat -Ou.re lew Orl/cner anrd t.~ /h/llr RaInt Be Co. (jnmpany, an elarr-tn r teIPn dir)etlrs will be held on Mlonday thel "lst inst. at 5 o'clock P. Al. at their office, No.l Bnrmnee tIntat. jnll:9 JA II : II. t:AIl,\VELI., President. N F tAh ~i~P,-A \ 'Mcad te i ant iki: S ('nrlin' Direstornf a.s rlldJndiceted in narls of Admraelty of the U. U . anud England; auew and value blar work. PCarr' Digest oferten' in tie Suplmme, Cireuit and District ('lllt, an aw asupIply, I val, \Wiatar'a Anatomy, a nw. edition, received by Pan cost. SThe American Medical Almanntr f.r 1839, a new and usefull meditcal povktl bonk for Inienl gentlemen, AtdI an Iananrtlent of the most approved Llw nnd liedieal works. - a. JOHINR & Co, jnl7 ear Conmmon sn t. Charltea lt G UNNY I.,.a-tilt h baia asaorted avl, ,ust r, U civadl and for I p'a ha 1_a18 S 4HiLL,. ,l BOWN, 6 Mngazine e at a' Innd ogi f.lr ndrhy G DO) ItSEY', t . j...n.dt 44 Nt'w I.aeve SIDEII--l0 hi is r, tified, t t;lt Inndian tor Inli ly J .ladS 1t il)tRSaEyi44 , Ne le BtA )O l Kee er, awhnait Iat pre.ntt, only his ev, ninga neatllpied, Wolllnd widih tt make itI engage. meant tir the remlnt.rr of his tlima. Call give an, eat ilfaetion ita aiit iy nld character. A linle ntd;hrtet, A It C, Bx 935, Ioa Oilice, will be attended to. r LANK BILLS EXC IIANGE, Noaes, Dil:a lading, I Farin rei .n lll-. C.ntnm Hn lluar pnl.rs tfrevery decription, for sale D FF:I ,&.t'n, i118 N i' Stntioner l ltl,l 21 Cllrtamrs at J 0-EItH i4 WIITIX:. tttttt-tllor at Lan.; titicc j Exoltan I'lna, a i, n dooa, t.i.t thte ,,'os Olf.e JanI -wi t rCANBS P.nrae sila Ilandkerchint+, i h.dls Io a atpattern, for ale. by O'sI' ll :. I jnal St P-tat,,a at ExIhanite, lMittl, -otel, AAjl7 t; it ().SEY.t 44 4 I.teteo eIarK N IF\ll--nO 6ldla bs.rt . nellie', e the in d at a inttnr'litay i G b itlIREY, d j17 Nw I.rce a in stort, n d ttr th t l yt-i 1 A M Ill l 't t ' T I R. I. Irn e r a t l IHAII t..--11 .. . ; nd for inh lyy jeI7 A:'"' M ",'t R. 31 Parduhae `PERM OIL--i barrels in stora..and for slaby L jal7 ABRAHAM TRIER,' 3Poydraia. St. Charles Theatre. 4thl appearaince his sreoaon oflhr celebrated pli~a I':I.I.EIYN T'E.. This ~ Evenina, Januatnry 19, Will lie prirnried the tily of LADY OF LYONS. CInlde ptelnotty, Mr. Scott, Gen. Ilamas, Fnrren., HleatsPnnl, Debar, Prllline, Slli.s Tee., Widow Melnette, lire Fatten. An Overture by the Oreheetri Grand Pan Seul, by Mad'le Ravenot To concludo with the new Piece of TURNING THE TABLES. Jeremiah Bumpe, Mr Browne, Jack Humphries, ein, Edgar. Debar, Mina Knibba, M Plunmer, Patty, HariJson. WASHINGTON BALL ROOKs Dress & Masquerade Ball, St. Philip street, between Royal & Bourbon. rTHllE Manager of le above named Ball Iloom,grante f rol to ht trienda and the poblic for the npanral lIlled atronage bestowed on him lorseveral neesone, respectfully informn them that lho establishment has been enlarged for the amusement of visitors, and un dergone imleane repairn. 'The bar will be enrpased by nuot in qonlity of liqnorn.amnl Ihe Iletomnt a ill be khpt by the ablest Hestuurlneor in thle United htate. Thn room will re-open on Saturday evenIng, 3rd orf November inext, by a GRAND) DRESS & MAHQUERADI)El ALL, and will take place as usual every Monday, Welnee. do, end Saturday evening, during the season,which will and on th(e It.t of hiay, 1839. N. It. The erenaten attention will be paid to keep. leg perfect order throughout the establishment, as wal done last season. oct'4 NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE HAIL ROAD COMPANY. NEW ARRANGEMENT. gIHEITE Locomotive will leave the Depot at the foot of i Canal treet,every dy at 8 A. w1. and return at 4 1'. M. except l4undy'e, when she will 8A.5. 12 P. M. 2 " " 4} "0 ID A Car for private parties, provided the mntmhr he n.tlliietnt. will te seat down the road on one day's prey,:i ANIt CAI.DWE., notice.Prida )1l2, 183oce JAM II CAL.DWEL.L, President. COt)TTOiN CIClYUAHIJS ID. I RINTREID with the 'Oreatest Expedition, and in a sryle tunsurpaarssed in Ntw ORLEANS, of 8eli pitt-ga. OnnrsE left atl CoMiFING RnOM in St. Charles E chanae, (Conmer of Grarier St.) or et TRUE AME I EIiICAN PRINTING OFFICE, corner of Paovdrama and St Charles Slreets, aill be pronmphe./ altended to. Dna. Ii-l. IB ACON Ml l)ES--501 hds Cincinnati, uead in mtors tttnd Forstlehv I 'rE'l'hON &,aVEl jl " 88nraarert NTEAM IBOAT BILLS. O W VNERN, AGENTS, or CAPTAINI ofSTEAM IOAT'M cron hIave Iheir Bills truck of, in one or more Ciloreld Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, with deSlptch, and on fanrorble Termt, by leaing lthelr Ontl.Jts ntlTUlI AMEIIICAN OFFICE, corner o/ I'oydra and St. Charlhs streeta. Ng2.--l|" ----~I PIt'iii till,--itl00 rl ile. winter atrained rperat Sjui t r rcciv td t rle& h, lront Lete jn 1 0 S IL)(:Ki': & Co, 8 Front Ihevre *tifiiic, i ts c ' lir I. hthieinh~ih, fitr tale lht ,r lil'',iI T D-sg5a0 k.s, NIa i\ n ore, fir anle VV IIy d Ltt(:g~lf .' c~o, jnilt" I Front I.nevee at IItiank Clhe'kh, ,ilil m i i.nding, AuCetiom Bill', lPamtphlhtS, llow billa, Cala Iguees, &c. &0. [PIt' lltl*:lgfeor the Ab.re, nn-I crery oilrr de. eri'ptio, ,f t I't llI'I (I i.t received at Cotmpling tooi qaf"T''llliF AllItiltlAN'" in ST. CIutAl.tL En cel.:,:hi dlor flrle tiravi r .lieri.or at the Printinsg Itit'e, rorner fff I'irle-. and M. (tlarliae itrectI. I:rtenieria rindl bcnitiftil liI.n a.d .jtnl FOaUNT. Ifrom the blest ,'otnar iesa i-l lt ititd Stater, haeerju.o been tdditd ,t the ualraidl! t,i./l.aockrld Esttblihmentt; --nwti(lll a ln c it'/l/ b. r.rel'.t,.lm as I o ,,'w ·, as (hale y, ,xl..d ti -ly . l lhnI ni bi l, ,t s at a sliY othr OI'e ill Ihr (:I -· i rr,. , tr i i I . Ill iui ; lltll v',rn liii lin-tine ,ff . II , .. . 1. .tll, ..... IIh, l ni ,, li,,e'; R ggIm g 'Iihii 1'l *AN, N ;.,r I:( I:.I\N,--ll I.· h(· ,In ii )IIrwl I I ¢.rnP d olIt. |,:sI It lrh l nmlr , m h, .A U n ll tllll l:1ilt{lilt ii l 'Ir cli·Icla S~llirii) it Ilt moot (CA iRDMP I . i'RIi TIeii t it- ttu.,riit Noritc., in the most eclgalt ,nlnr,, sol Illnlk r Cololrled I1KS, ORn | .nnttlel hl, \\'hllre I lak,, or Ilailn i rf nlllr t'./| CIARD and a Prites rry retasintblie at I'i I kl- 1II'.IIC\N OF II c ig, arttn r of I' y!rllnll nd St. t 'hl rlet ets. rrenl New aid liet itifli Iio.nis of SnPg lha. just bc,in idd.d to thi Establishmenti i Orders t rca ired nat Coinlllniip llnlnia St. Charle F E.chlntt'e 3rd dl- r fram Grtvier t.,or at the Printin (tllr, cotarner of 'iydrit & St. Citrles streets. t.. rl.. f _.. .. . . .. ... . . . 'TO 1ERCH ANTS. 7]1MI"R(;IIANT\' ran here a Ilr.EAUTrur. CIRCn I.An tru.." nfatfr honur NOnrtr,t.byearllngr the .;oLptitt. o ''Ro ! of TRUE AMRII:IIICAN I'olaenn; OrFlrirr, eS.Charler Exchanglle, adjeining the READ. re, locts al Cornerof (;rvier street, oral te P'int ing Ollice, corne rf I'ovdno and St. Charles streets. I I)V I.N :ES will he modeon 0hipmenta to Lirer Spol, Iloavre, alurleilles, New York andi I'hiladel. hi, Al ADAMS 4· WIIITALL, - j16 67 kirsavier t Et AVA.' A lrI. RAtS--400,h1ti1 of driferent qualitrm ino store ard fr odel bv jnnl5 AllIAHAM TRIER, 31 Grader at $50 REWARD. A rltl:NK woe broken open at Modem Silnal'e, the evteilng of tihr oint., asd two pocket hooks, (Io' red nmrocro, the other black, with giltedges) con. daiaing rllu vit hillhhe roperrr rnd a note for $4,400 drawn y I're.,cott ultl I ,iun in laveor of the ubereri. itr, pnvnhe on or about lk e liith of March, 1838, and dorted I6th h of March, 1837; the precias dates not re collected. All perpnrs are ftrewerned not to trade for said note. Among tre ipaper ii a roeei t of depoeile,with Burken \Watt & Cto., for $5 Ill, payment ol whioch, aS well a the noter, Ia Iteeenr stoppld. Thne prtke hbok is to be Iat at the counting room of Blurke, Wott &{Co., lhere the reward will be paid. jnn Itionwlm SIAM. B. WAI.L. ST. MARY'S MARKET STEAM FE.Y c OTICE ii h ereby giver., ttot in puorslance ofln Or l innnce, pntortl SIy tlio Couneil of the ond Muni cilalily, n Werdnesday the td Jar.ary,183l9-mBook of .tthcriptit to t the mpital stock tof20,l000 in sharos ofN$tIO tieroh in caid cttom ny, will lie opened at Mr. Chllrle I)hinnd's, oltlorsit St. Mary's market, Wed. te-dnv trie lthi, inlt., and will be kept open for three invy. fron ID A. M. urtil 2 P. d. on each day. Ten Dollaro per share to Ire paid in cash on auboeribing. C 1)I11yONd1, S HIGi , Comm esioners, M ROBII'TAILE ) ,iLA1NTE1. -A parttcr withN a capital of$IIl,lNhO is n gePerrl i rrnalimminsiol & Brokerage busneas [olitt hiI, etrHhliohid in thil city. A line, addressed to A. B., onx 9, tPoet Ollie, erating when an interview nl ter hrdll wiv h real nsdoe, will n contOsidered trietly tolfilletrinl, Rod tlteet ili Ltttelltion. jltl-i-3teod ISTONi SOAP--200 toe intor en for usal by AARRAtIIAM 'I'RIEFR, 34 fravier at ,PERM CANI)I.E4--150 ooxes it, atom, foraale b jali AB II-AHAM TRIER. 34 Gravier it ).'T.A I'tES--S I h..mpkttere-ttf [orre shrsch r.nl'.tar., ofn upechri qe. liry landing for roleby sI0 I H (EALE, 93 Uommon at r I'ATO..30O bushrln .r" nane-.. and fTnP j.i l W HI T IDGE and eo,+7n M alinn at r f Avis, xlld for Salo by j Ano Prand f Pt'IIITNEY,71Camp as PIE NDID Iondo tnt Alnueao and Novelties: (;eroiorf UBeIIt., I thite ,Cotntesll Illesningron, The I)hlltt.it, t) b liss Louisa Ii Sreridan, fllrstap Spenrnnrrt Ieanll't tolli of lRelltv, Svri.n, tihe Ioloy Lood, .Le. .Ind a few others lefh, all for 1839, with liaohad cw grnnvie,,. rie itr par 2alll, N. 4. Sketchos Iv Bor, pnrt C.. Y Rohl of the llrwl, Iy the artlhor of Horse Slmop iob in~nn. rt3lr Rattymond. and olier rile-. Fl'or years ill Poragnv. hb ItRobrtanlt, Alien Veino,,by elire Lerele,nd .mrhet ios tier, E JOHN! &Ct, o ol . e__ r Comnmon & St Charles sat -,1T'l't ItI N r-elotr . et ae.able Clothing. land ilg I frlr ollip Nnewnlnrr tllll, fr snle hv M17 ISAAI: Il!tllrt;R & no, 131 Mraeaz'se I ILt1 )R-S'il ltmrrcl .uprrin I,;r,, ' 'n y- 141 t H 111.I1., 15 Poydr sat --- t O tlnTI';lii l ir Woler Scottr'r Poeticla wnrkt, i i t r Vot e rlilin, AIl.., In ..t'iti .ei 1110 Waverly Pnvcle, in 5 l vll4. Yjuot rceiwved nd tnitr tl., hy A TOWAR, 1017 49 Crrmpst 9 ) OO ei Ac IlltR(;:: N---.0 (nsles,ri.lstina 'rgoal r, ner.,1t I oot, xtr'Lt -i(; llnoll' and Lvy rucant Iloransn; nen's kip hr.-tt, We. Inntlirg frotm .hip en bhuryp, rt. to. snle by .el7 ISAAC BI1DGE & C , 134-Mngopiit at

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