Newspaper of True American, January 21, 1839, Page 2

January 21, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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T-"bata l a, Bentb, from thb P.Fe.. having towed to drip 'I and 'Hnry. xd t.nrk Marah Lee, and brig Aet ~vetlrwedo th rie city weth .hilm 0.1.- and Mormom. Lit E Peek ruethe lot. at 6 p in, I ship in the otling. 4 iS r W P.t. Itnrk epps :al dlybrdly ashore at iWB.ig rt suole a to he l Ileact.i at nce or in aidc aV, t MFCall, Flat; bri. g lam t Jod, a thet i1em1, ee c o mali voro:e m the river. - ilmeptmcrag ver. e .3 day. from iet..r t .lMeetr. * fiec. ! foule e d..vr ftrsm Portlalld, to Mlter. Nier e.tltr..d. Oi day frot, Uremelt, to J A Mrlt & - i Lait ry eoi, Sowerby, 28 days from Trinidd, in tke.llt to Malter. GaOdi'rh. Stirarl. tao', N.v, frem New Haerm. v4 crmtarl, IeOJ tecc l l ..arr $d .lce, to J Heed. lolee tlery A Wise, .bihy, frkom ialvetonr, 13th icct,in Lbie, tae mtg. mlr IGiPee ribetw Bkr, cr 1.th Nov,foea Galeeston, in btI.t to Ms, fr. - dbiu.dia trem the Coart--80 hhds sugar, tr CtIJ ell & Nialkey. kelr mIack. Wrrier, Newl'd.2i d.yst rrf om in.ton.e Ikle Vearm. Pellar, (lth ll.., frol J.cllltic.. in bhallsc, to * inrmr. it eIhr cetkdc. .ree, It-t iest. faer Golee ton, to J Rewauid chr Mncearer, Welis, Ilth last from Galveston. ic bhIcat I iJol towluld. a e r Ahiit. Coet'm, 30 day. from Pnrt;:.m,. In Mrter. f ccr Selptetmr.e, Ialleo, ftm .Nllae, to rMaslter......ar.., 10o Scks ,.aoC J Wheel"r. Stamear Wrn preoh. irlid, from Ilrdueah. Stonnle t, t ire 8.. l.,.. i p.11,, V. kn Uterm..r It, Culu.tll,i.r, ,clr. t lls or tow d dnwll rstO N .tehec 1.lald .hip, Iochi to, 3l, t.Cer.tlu lacdJ with c,,ltn hoelld t., ivrrrpll. tenmer f2he,. Chwvil,,, h tm e.ac. emine. I.XPlOIK'I+. LIERPO(ii,...r ehip Ecnlo..4fle. I I4's, eoton tl1.ADZLI'HIA..per Iclrk tlc.erlle.. .7 hi.le .,urr. 1 I. 1i ce,,,,,. ,I bilc t' akie1 h 5 cct . ,,ai 3 t..k. mdse,. UALTIlORE..per berb So,, .Nu..3(1 libls beger. 911 his e. -the,t 1( I1 sheep skill, 400 hid", 20 b i bhdeles. id 4'-.fI mer, . .VLVANA..per brig O C Bnynlmld.I.T.J brll'flour and 2MI hee IHrd. TAMPLCO..per schr rcr.ai Ann..2iF eepe muskets, 130 biler mdzoa lid 39.1 keg, powder. AV'ANNAH..tpr schr Cator .tIt hdesmcgarr 20 lec Id ,10 t Ib mle itr. MOBILE-..per sewil elle..()t mks clrec~t, f bria ert cr, ae10 0 i blaggiug 4,0 sechs brun ·nu l t rls, 40 brig IMPORTS. 0TONl..pgr acbr Rtiark r Verrier..55 tllls paeine c tnnee e ell hUllrd'esrlair, I rrsioil.30 d eranitmrils h50 kl canrdles. Ill hrl nlle, to J lilllert, Jl0rd vie b..tdrows, A At J Andtewsh Lane ..eoeltin & c-,. OALVESTON..per.chp Koscoitkn|..I Irls paean Util and I2 hidhes J A aorl1e 0ld CaUt hAcll. PORTLAND..e wchlr Ahiaal..40 tons pavi1n e tones. 61039 kitr talkerol, 12 brle. Ioltoe., :tU do be.t, 80 do herri.gs, to l H Whle,.1 Mister. and oirder. ..............510 bulldles i y. 400 brs pot;toes. 150 tone g*raite flgc r oller . ti ll iet 0 e lpty barrelsa lc hmbiele sod alnrrr. IAVRlG..pc r s50ip Milrlnora..C74 br1, pottoes, 180R himp.l. etrec, etterehe .t h ,.ects, drle goats, ted , me, € a dize. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. PlVebcah..t per otee,,r WL, FileAh..180 brie por Thles V Smith, ce. do LJ Vi.n, co. 51 de W CirdimO rye flour IHelled 4' Sogeht;r.ep I if do G Dorlsley, 278 (ger fare Alex Primur, 110 deo h WV fter, 34 do Mtarkey h Whiltiphame, 4V do piekle.s J LanIdrl e Fto. 311 ri tallow J l'bl h, et ao, 18 mrl Whikev S] Page, 15 [hhdd -nit cat'-, cllarcoa L G laesLult 55P itde pork A Prinllr, hIstlndries I.cmhntlb Thm2p2n. dorOlolde .l Southpate, I do Ycltm, n e R o, 6 trunk, lNd I box elothirg C It lode.s, : Idlozen t1lrkeys Io do chickens R brig butter aid lot fttnlure Owner, ll Ioserd. V41 lhlrfe ..ped r c iy:sor Little led., O1l3, oerrOll, Tay or tlardner do, 46 Wie Bucker. tantoll ne, 44 Ido Lawen,.heh Cholnn·. 41" do Lyonl, H/arris & co. 151 do Hardly, Devis d at, 1I96 do Moh.on & Gooeh, 7t do Lambeth if Tho.pson, 55 do A II Wclllr l en. 3 do'l'hnma. Barrett 91 do Burke, Wet 4' co, 66do Al White &co, 18 bx, dzo Moody Viqcle.rh.r.per mtemer I.itil Cohlmbie..le1 big cotton, JTaylor rGalr n r. Ir, he2 .In N A Gren, 1r3 do Rey,nlds, S ycra d' r9, 131 do Jamsn Alllnlee, & do Crldwell & HIcky, 817 do N & J ick .t co, 66 do Bows . Crelllhaw 50d,, Pen Watt. Fcrld y* co, 34 <1o I'ulli r, Straton & co, 33 do I.yonr, ilarrill 4 e-,, 3:1 do Bure. IV\llt & .-o. 33 do tC'o or 4 4"1 idiey, 44i do Adams & WVhitali. o5 d-, TO stnrk, 13., :o.4 W et' .,, ,-,+S Who, & co..,6 do oGA e.e, 119 do Lmdbetk M hmpo, d , tl', 5 do, I.neknrt, Fern A Dnllcle1, 5,10 Arm~rour, Lako & V..lkc,, 9 do A Led~uu A" co, 'l b· and roll oil c olh, feel & N orth. P: laquemln.n..+,lr ·tet~nlr Teeh~o. DO h cotton 1.rand .. | ar,dy, 040 do Folluiu Bel ncq 'us I)-eCl t, 14 blt s nd II br ' ria mo da ( le.n 4. lenuaett. 2 blroottnll aind 2 do mots J Metrro. 8 brli ·llar. I holse ind sdlllllr, t, uiikl OW elm O on bored, 58 bria Inola··.s J 1V ,liJnell e, ca. PASSEN(GE12R. Pnaduah..per steamer tanm French.. G Do. mns, C R sih del. l.ileut Y.CJt, .I C Riks. It i 'so, J f 0,. die. t' Baley. J G '`.rarP . It C ccrhuber. J Scanlnle J T W ther. JNEvans JDerrr F. (' y. lV Cl,w.L J l Srdanltlb, D Biley, J TDeruld, WuVodbridge. E A Wr, E Vieho' -. .per aonm'r Iittle Red ..lJ Ilnys, Hiroo J Co8till IlAd IJady, C bldr,,. Ah.,ly, Io , be.. Cop Mcore. h; Mead, T Crane, Mills. ,,llleury, T o' 5~1a i.nlPW rL. p Price, PI, C " laHudso., C A 'l'lur u.u. Bt.h, A (U luo.,a J C ,P.4r;d. .per chip larri .....Ge Webber, D F Emery, J Vk.h.bon,..por alea... .,1 C., mldrin..Mi. r ,,,pton rit, Mr oanpton, Iroyd. L Ralrmley, 'T Freelnd. W husse. shire, b Grant, Duniel Lw6., A Mrlill, 3ho C W, ar. PIeomineo.perat tlner Techo.. Mr J ichael sla o l.t Pit A l.ls,ti Mr Malaer. ,hl ame.. Watklns . ., Gonler, F o.Itpnios. I.ong, DruB.. B RLevy, C Rirllrd, C Psard. vi Rlet, Pal Lellenuc J 3`oldano., Joe Lnnbert. G k Fitrerald. J F.rnandez. j letsese. A Uuplnfer J F Millor, W Prietly. Janeso, Jo:la, p Dn Arlls. D J iKea, J J Lo BlaTne, G b umokret, n. d Woo dWmk. Galveato,..por a blr Kocuisbko..Wr Brown, Crawford, Gavston. T r .AhrDerssn rre..Rs W el, J A Wait,. Lyo. D Whesirr, A Itutterwiek. Havre..l er .hip MIernrn..L Fraeisi. D D Andre, D Adolph, S NiJohols, R J U Mlein, sid 27 ateorue. CONSIGNEEB. lavre..psr hip lsarmorne..M Payn .c enn lMorel, F P Duco.lyg, j Liwutie, B Frirrse. Illoichrd. Ril.r& cn, ntnile 4 Bitgern, l.eiers & Joulley, V Dnvl,. Colvil t Dlnmlu, C Redn,. Y Almnio uaI on. Carrier, Deemu 4, on. G 1efl, Henrry tonnhell, Hyde & Gioodrich. 1 & W AndnnU. JA Melse, TFUIer t " oo,T' AlbEti, Present|, nJoe,. &J : To.ol.s Ilarries, Guiot, Wlbkin ao., G Wartll, Chataoat, ]lruneat nad order. Itrelon..prr ship ribhiers. JA Ierl & ico, Sehmidt, We rIF' FO y &, o Laudum,,e , Vle., ta I wuddI.ea MIEMIORANDA SttemmLtaJtle Rod met 'ie.alrl It font oe N..aIcB|. .land wlth two brea in tow; New AIblny ht NN ch,. KnickeLr. b GeSor .lud Rode!pl at Red River cut-o,; Tuaskihn at I ale eoua ll; Winorhe ,r Pt Forn Ad.m,. lhip.. Mlrriattl Der . is laont 41o lona710, spoke barkL Pen. , 47 days roi Amlterdsannl. for Nw ork. Jn d, in l1t 14 2I Ioisl0 10 apoke b ri Sret, off nl fhom Boston, bound tn Now Orlean., hsilg illon laky E.ditien, wus goln. l pAll Stlo H.ans ,o getn prerpred iJnl9 i, i it l ong .i l9 spoke .hlp AlifrI C11,,,,. 1 days fro,, Now York, fortlo, it.. List of ww..l. Io pot, at Vera Cru., J..aty Rd, IP30 Tiaamaa., Etlg'iah h..,k; Hunt.,,,,, dodo; All,, J.n,, do dso Aroaaute,,lu ,uebr Wm Flneler, do do; Cbth.rin. dodo, HIe.,. do aloo; tritEl, do brig; English Pekat; Albehnds WulnSI A Ealono ,hnolee E ho, Danih Blri Prolaper; do do. Jal. do 'i.; lirted Aulill,, Spaoislhhrk, on l hlore Pallalga pnaiahi brig, on on alure. 30,0001 Capital Prize, 'likoru only $1000 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Nowa 24, 44, 66, the secondl C.pital Prize of $3,000 wae sold at Wha V.,andalh. Drawing of he Grand State Lottery Class 7. 411, 54, 48, 24, 41,66,,34, 9, 33, 37, 70, 32. CLASS No. 4. Authorisedl by the l.egislntore of ,the sa. 'ro he drewn w 'his Day Jun. 21, 1113'1, at 5 o'clock, P. AT. at Bishop's Hotel. S DAVIE &CO, Managers. 75 Doawn nmborer-12 Drawn Ballots. S Spjlendid &cAeme. , 7 114 P·isor, amounting" to $5P4 r 30 Tioketa $10 0--Halves 5 0l-Q;,oMrtero 2 50. PakagPs of 25 Tickets fr $.50, warranted to draw at least .l20. Paokaapes of"5 HallfTickrl $125 war mnted to draw at Ialet $il. IPnrkagesof "'5 Quarter Tickets _$12 50 warrsantsed to draw at least J30 00. For packages ol'single tiek-sa,.pplyv at the MIANA(;ERS' OF FIFT,, Jan88 I6 ('bertres et FUR NEW YORK. S Tihe A I pnCkeht ship WARSAW, VWin P Meldell, mllo r, hloin, part oflhr crgo, engaged, will meet withl desptcb. For freiglht or )laagoe, apply on hoard, or to ja2l t EtEA I, & BAHTO W, 7 Han. Pla.e T O THE lADIES-A- tki.,,,'u Ilepillatorv, fr re moviog nuperflt,.. hair frulu tile fase, nrck asd anne, with equal asulty and certainly, leavingt tih skin ir- a and whiser it , helifre the upplliliouln. A Irak aupply jus r."ried at Lhe BazaaIUr. jn'i BIUSH & ALLEN, I, F.zchnna nltel, er St Ch arlles & Uonatn oat J iag,forsaleby ( [URSIiY, jaihl Na I.,,ee j .LO]R--III hl,.la Inndeg frol slternlerr Wolt Fre nch, fotr but y (ii DIOKiEY. 1j21 41l Mew Ievrp AO $.I-ta end Oil adi 'nt,,,I, ii in afore for sale "I1. - by G DJRSEY, 41 New Levee f 'lEE'1JS Wf)l eii d kiltcrh IesFrilos F.,e Sdle end SHaste to He.t at 30 Tr hapitoutla st. Plans e on the presni.sao uloee_, i,21-fit " [ frnw Lroo. , fm sMl5.by, jasl iEA D. & BBSrOW,7 Bank Place. Sd2i1 ItKI & lAt"RSTW, 7 Bk Pl'nce ', jl E, 1. 1 BAR I'OW, Dank Plam smreets, will he s Id avery lon, if applied far "TVl ohave i,rstrn.t, . is promsnnl.t d hr jal IS -.iOas ererired Gold I.-k. fE lnints, orhools and s ise. I ndins will la.d it onr ornatm.nta * pldkaii.eiati rarr, kc.. to.lw su linre to nea Ink /sso lduncad dstuhe pulbli. BUSH & AI.L, N. jllO Fancy Store, Eachage IHiotel TRIPU AUMERICA4A O P(ICE. la conneetion with tihis Otcesl"a ' SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE'* ORTMtNT dF TYPE roe TiM PRSl.-'oF - Pamphlets I Blank Checks C-talogaes | 3ills of Lading Labels, Dray Redlipti, Legal Notices Auctiomn Dill Dill Perms, Show 3ill1 St.am Deat Bills 1 Circlars • 'And every daes ptrlpiOe eJob Work thau may berequired. 1['The proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the public to the above Card, on'I assmres them,that all work intrusted to his care shall he done at the short. eat notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, end at the lowest rates. TllE TRUE AMIEKICAN. ,I EDI'rI) WV JllOl.r 3iBNto . but FAITRVUL AND BOLD. NSUW OR LEAjsiSi: MONDAY, JANUARY 21. t139. ,,, , vernl erticles have been omitted which we had desired to publish to dnv. "Treuh." Some ertbbler in the Bee has taken upon himself to construe the remarks as made in our paper or of Friday laut,on tle impropriety of getting up n co0.. plionentrvy Isaefit to ne.ry worthless vagabonnd aector who chanced to give us a call in his wamlerings, into a phillippic against Mr. Williamton, for wlttn a benefit "a is slout to he gat tp at the Camp. Had we connulhed W our notions of propriety, we Iaser had noticed the out. r ponrings of any anonymous scribbler. But it is a rule Ah winh o., itrongh wlith we never break, not to allow , r any insinmations to be urged again t us, directly or in- a, directly, witihott a prompt reply. In We are tired of tin,-n complimentary b-nefits for in dividulni who have no clanms utpon the cmlnmunity. We have seen the course puresual. We have seen the hi illalentel broue.ht to bear, to whlich the mananers havre been compelled to submit.\ We undertook to exclaim to against any anchl innovatian upon the rigllts of those pr to whom a cotllli nentary benefit might be juastlly due. A It was degrading t:e highest honors that eould he of- hi feted toOtte moet exalted histrionic talent. When aben- ii efit wot proposed for' iMr. Larkin, who could not pro- tI tcure n engagement, not being gifted with those rare is abillties which might at any time command an engage- ai d meat, we distinctly avowed our conviction that he was a not entitled to a benefit, and we are still satisfied that it was an unwise measure, got up with untiring industry, a1 and with a wrong feeling, but to exert a baleful influ once on the drama, until a betterregulated leelng lasin- Ih a culrated. S Tit article which the ecribbler in the Bee rulers, was s one of a general character. It deprecated these de- N ol manods of any clique on thliae anager of theatres for the benefit of strolline actors-espentally of those who have no claims upon thia public-who have never con. tibuted to their entertainment, and who cannot legiti Smuately ask any precliar favor. We have never felt any degree of favoritism for na trolling Americnn vagabond o e over one who has crossed the Atlantic. Nor have we - been disposed to chime in with unjust and tyrannical f demands on the rights of nanngers. We mihlt as well ns demand a ha" of ellffe and a barrel of sugar from a 'Ur grocer for the first beggarly vagrnt we meet. The poi ds ilion we assumed when tie Ibenefit was talked of for ' Mr. Larkin, gioes thle lie to the position assumed in the S lBee. We distinctly asked who is Mr. Larkin? We did I 6 not know him ollther thit an ordinary singer, and one r who, an singer, hatd walked through the biuoing line.- or, But, forsooth, we are called to task by this anonnmouns tdrne, who consarls with the Itee, and are told that.we on, upheld a loreign vagrant whilst we are fonmd inimical e inan American vaenbnd. Truly, Mr. Williamsaand I Mr. Larkin are bothll indebted to their friend who as n sua es the cognomen of "Truth!" We did intend tila sy, article to which allusion is made in the Bee, to have a ' generel character; nor can we perceive that it hts one r individual nmoure than anthler.1 If his particular friends are desirous to irnpress upon tihe public, that Mr. Wit- I liameon isliable to he included IalioIng the victims twho oad suffer from it;we can only say that they are very kind. I k We have ieno hjectlin for those who Inke an ioterest in la ihis welfare, to speak well of Mr. Williunraon but tlthey on shall not lie onus without expolsure. In noticing the anonyous artiile in thlie n e. we :R have eren neata ed by thie surmise that ite editors a woult allow nothing to appear re Hcting upon us J r rniamed at us, that onwa deerspcctlul, wilthout a E reasponeslle nnam. Whenever such is the enase we J h~ d ounself bound to notice assani's in a prper ten, manner. We ersnot ennsont however ir notice JC nameless vagnoondted hose ineisnilicanceianlwanys v, J a pro ection from nts. We feel no disposition to n & Jrau ay miscreaon who ntty hchose nt asaoil us, nc- freom his lilth and obscurity: in such a wrestle we aet, could not hlege toein the laurcle. We slhail nev. i.er allow an insult to be offered as from any one one who can claim respectability. Men without e a nameand Ithose who have felt privations which ned, cannot but render them liserable, will not find in iJ aus one disposed to add to their panrs, or induceshe world to believe that they are worse than they are. Our course as ncn dia,,r is open. II is candid and straight forward. We cannot inflict injury upon F the vile, and whenaevr s eentleman deems himself As injored by any remnark of ours we hold ourself ae. teta Scountable. The ehturee ol tihe True American shall alwacs It be manly, honest and jaust. Whatever opiniona we a, tentertain shall he publiahed. We derive none of our notions second handed. There is no fountain sad head io which we apply for the hne of our conduct. tar- With us Ioes focoism is another name for disorga. n;iern, lnvell.r,Jarelbin, mtobl,:re. We are none O of Ih, ee, and could lie none of these. We have no d to feelings in eommnmn wnh them, or any of the Van . Buren party. Those who are inimical to up, and to the enlightened system of Free Banking, are do endeavouring to injure us and weaken tie populari. a ty ofthat sys'telm, by insinuating that it is lce foco par; doctrine. Well, call it what you please. It is a re; system which so.ner or later will be adopted, and wm which enlightened wisdom will perceife the necer. aity of adopting at once. We are not going to botno r of self, but we feel as we think or ought 000 to feel n sill subjects, and shall never be found acting otlherwise than asa "True Amricar."' We have Nashvlile slipa of the 15th. The Cum. t t berland River is on the rise -six feet water on the 2 shoals. Trsansactions in Cotton light. Sugar vu. ty rying from 10 a 13 ets. No alteration in exchanges. Specie has ceased to be on article of treffic. A `30 new paper has been started at Memphis, Tenn called the Western World. It is loco foeo in n, politics, but its editorials are said be respectably ear- and-ca'mly written. The S. B. Smelt~ n had ar. arter rived at Nashville from New Orleans. The P. M as Nashville had received orders to dastontinue the an Exlrers Moil after the 15ah, A call had been - tue d ar a mePetinc lt the merehatsnn and bust tintan naen sa tichkn thie sulnjaet ,no Econsiieranllon Ar h Mr. tlaagh, one tf Ithe conltratorn , had Seot On ,ig t nrier. to e lrnti u e it, tall tile rcsllll of the aipplio . liaen which w. u d be made wlonuld bhknown. e- Jllio "Illnn rree--U.talnacec-t1ariannn--When ad w pron.,unel it to i e ller clndid oplaion thll ch Miss Tree's Pau'iiae was iaferior to Mrs. Barreta's or Misc Clfran'., th.n., wnio have been accuols,. at ned to take, prlin ofneiso her apprnachoability, were nd of cource dieuosad in datilt iats onrthdxy. We nave vpen it repeared, and we are only firmly knit ee in onr firlst opinion. Masa Tree's Pauline is me Wt chanized inaln a cod and altnot npiritles gofilhl wOmann whlohees Clan.li, not after th faeltson DBuil wer would have deecrited tIhe ardent devotitn of nee her who ws ailhnm ac give up rank and fnamili and who would sink her rclina passion ,pride. to share his irtn unee, ,ood .ir ill. She i too agenteelly snd , fueshionably rigid in iithha!dtng Irm the world's eye (herandienoee the p juian, khe urdent andl or.iver.al paesiun which ovearcame the barn, which 'lac "those twin jaolnra,,f the daring heart, low biIth and iron forlin.e," preasnted ti on alliance with lace ahe gardn nn Ie so. We have another defent to noetie. In the taet stelaewhen she is t, bheanerii:ed fr lne sale of retrnieving her antliP ecirecumalnces, antI ii h ded by lier mothecr for a,apearing to d.:htbile: Mine ITree had donned a otagnifilsent pearl silk witlh -rnl point and blonde !a,, and through the inlersrloen N o her net gloven., rire .mw shine, thlt mnight have ltil easaly liquidated hbr I.thacr's oblagatons fhle wa as nent anod tblily and richly geared, alb thngh she had prepared foi a wedding festival. All shis may he called hypercriticism, hit we d, not think sn. W--e think we have pointed out defeoa, eand M.I we dot not think s-oattentive and elevated an arsl n h nas llen Tree should overlook them. rsm We cannot forbear reemarking that it seemed sin- He gailnr it us, Pauline should ehange ter dress, after Speta resting all ntight at widow Meln.,te's cottage. cubit Front the superb satin, she nasttine the plain mur- In lin, without our having heard of servante, band- the hoxer, trunks ornny thin ellse. We are led to be. proP lieve that these paraphrenalia hi.ve al been left i at the Golden Lion or at her father's mansion. T We can't conceive where she should have picked Hot fup the change of tire. The wid,ow had no eta it ta ggery, and neither she nor Claude carried a bunt Stn t. die with them containinng a change, when they got Mr d out of the way of the laughing rusties, asd took Cat the tr.lil to a neighboring co, when "lleeven lent their stars for torches." lee We muat suppose that a nightcap and gown ani were furnished by the kind mioher of Melnotte, Ut but her wardrobe was netso phetheritk as to fur- ~i nish the m,rnitng dress. The impression left on the il audience at the close of the scene is that Pauline fi will .lng I.erelf n.te he bed, just as she is dreassd, tr and cry her ees outs ttll -gentle sleep the ,oft res torer'overtakesher, and that Claude remains in ad his kneeling posture till-- he gets tired, or M comesnto his seines! In the morning Pauline nr- w, ranges her"muteed up".dreas a beat she may! o in Miss Tree's Cntnsnee was beltter than any othl o r or character we have seen her represent. It had m more naturalness, and the playfulness ot the arch girl was well depicted, ei well an her hyterieal T fit agitation--half weeping, half laughing, when It ed Wildrake infsrmln her of his dtterrmlnation to mar tt. ry. Tht soliloquy, when she questions herself, if tie she would marry hit .and exelnimns agnintt anoth ow r'n enjtyig that privilege was boautifully and cl in- naturally spoken. We have n little fault to find in one of the beat elenes-where the ehase is a lis. tirihed, and Constance h donlttned ithe ridingt Ihe habit. She held :he skirt of the dress in the wame vre way througheut the whole scene--a if the atti. e nim tude had been eassmed Itefor- a glass,n sad no other se part of the skirt pinched would answer as well. Iua. Another fault we find in the management of the of- halndes-heclasping them and either raising tIhem, ien. the fineers embrahcing each other, to a level with fr- the neck,orletting them fall at arm's lenlgh im rare nediately in front. Neither attitude is graceful, I gen. and is a manneriem which should be studinoaly tit avoided, not kept ad nauseam as by Mice Tree ry, and some of her imitators, A mere tyro could find fit. some other place for the hands. Pock:ts would sin. become them just as well-and they would be rather barbnrous. was We have the same fault to find with MisaTree'a I de- Marianna, that marked her Pauline-not sufficient or enthusiasm. Site only had the negative healt-the on latent heat of an ic:cle. But it is a better ehtrac giti- ter fr her than the Lady of Lyons. Occasionally I tan she manifeated an appioaeh to feeling, and omoe bond or twiee even seemed to feel. But she did not awe tsntfeat the indignation which would have bnrst nical from tile pure h, art, when accused of L acrime well without a name." Nr wlhen she meets her lords tst I and confronts her adversaries, did she hear out the for greatness of the character, which, swells na with the new energies. She was neat and lady.like, hll eddid not great. There in a neatness in her actilng, hut one nothing overwhelming. Scott's Mel nte was not ae.- good, bet his St. Pierre was very fie, and drew moat merited applanse. at.we mical Mits Ellen Tree appears to night in her favorite iand part of lon, in which she ii eorrect as Talfourd is as classieal. The petlr is frequently fine, ahlot Sthe always enol--the incident masgre and all unreal he a and the name of th hing goese a creat way . iends NEw PAPERa. We have received the first number Vil- of the' -Daily TIimes".-rather on the Picayune order. liwho It is prnpo.ed toi publish a Vi.i Buren paper ill the kind. city to be called the ateslteen \iorld." The prospec. st in tui is rather grandlioq..nt, and promires n good deal. they - Fonrtas PAUPret. It tealrm thalt vagrants are again taking to this country friom Eurijpean Almt-Houset. 'e The burqne Chirefain intely arrived at New York witlh ditors nmlher of alin-hoknue raeduatee, fir whose pneanag n us it the Britilsh Govetnlent paid LO50. A Mr. Jolhnsotn aut a was to take them to his estate in Canada, but they de te we barked at New York. riper Nero )ek, Jan. 10. itoeke all up. A hetter reeling otitce mani.".tvod. Flour market falling off. Larce anlns of tys Delawar at 1 I.2 higher. lMohawk I I^; larleml 2 on to Stonington I I-'. Every thiig looked well. iii us, Ie ne We do not believe that the sap of the Courier known Inev. whet Locolocolmt is. He lpholis the advocates of ine ocoftcoisn but bellows lustily if he is classed with heue thet. ohich Alrxande' Fridge,r anative of Scotlsnd, and one itd in of the first rerchantsin Daltliore, recently died ethe in that city. are. There was a rumtnur in Naelchez that the Port d and Gibson Ranl ik d stopped, and closed Jinre, but it upon was not blieved. Ifae. The Natchez Curier nteices a report that the Whipa of the Mississippi Legialature intended selecting G,'ore P-indexter, Esq. as U.S. senaonr wac$· Texas.-A body of 15 Indians attacked the ho.e I of Mr. Morgan, near the Falls f the Brazns,killed him, and it is supposed his son William, and asp- t tured three wmmer. The Milan Guards were ordered out to the frontier. There was a rumour that Gee. Roni had been t defeated, near the Three Forks, by seven hundred Indians. His forces amounted to 450 men. Tihe report is not credited. The Tonkewas and Lipans have returned froma their expedition against the C.tnanches. They are preparing for another. A rbhbery was recently committed between the Clito and Golied. Several carts belonging to Wm. B. Jaques, were emptied of a considerable quanti. ry of merchandise. An extensive bed of bituminius coal has been discovered above the Falls of Brazons. An attempt is being made to eel up a subscrip tinn to build a Prehbvterian Church in Houston. Corraep,.ndence of the TruO American. Vera Crua, Jan 3, 1839. After a fine run of 7 days we arrived in safety. Instead of finding things improved, they were even in a more deplorable state than befole. After an armistice or rather n agreement was entered into between the Fr neh and Mexicans, we had ourl posed that all would be r:ght. The contrary how ever was the result. Sa.la Annn, the fiend incnr. oate and curse of his country, cme sforward, tsld the Goveremnent that the Mexican General habl sold SI. Juan to the French, and made the poor dbvils helieve that they nerg invincible. l'e consequence woea that hte wo immediately p!eced at the head of thle army, with full powers. The firs step he took wasto attempt m rotake the Fsntrh admiral and the Prince tie Joinville. The result in known. lie vas dereated with signal lose, and was wounded. Santa Fe, nine miles from Vera Croz, has been abandoned. Thtee ere not a dozen people in the city. A Ilrttioh floet of It stil, S -t them ships of hlie line, the Cornwallis and .Edln hiaer, have arrived at Vern Cruz, having Mr. Pack enhaln, ambassador to the Mexican government, He had an interview with S nta Anna, and depar ed f.cr the city ti MeXxico, bht not withnut r nearin; the Brtieh tie chanlment thao thetir eargo.sshould be ined,l even tf force should be necesarsts Every tne here thinks of the war and ise conse. pqences, and of nothing else. Pardon this ekele. ton of a letter. It is not so full as it might he, hut may give you soume idea of what is g'itng on here. 'ashington, Jan. 9. In the Senate, an unimportant but exciting debate stunng up on aome abolition resolutions, intr.dtrced by Ir. Prenti-s of rV. After miosellaneonu husinesa, the Senate took up the order ofthe day-the bill for tihe e dlclltl of Public l.rndl. lan the Houseo, several unlimportant reports were made, and several Exeea,tive communiealionls. in relationl to the 9wrartwoot buinesr and1 the IteIposite Banks, were laid on the table. The Swrertour defulclinn ws. taken up and diecussed by Mcssrs. BonUd, L.otois,'ni'. cos, andl Menefee. Jan 10. I theSonate. Mr; Rives' resolution., ealling for in- / formation fro,m the Secretary of War, wan adtopted. I Mr. R. 1. I. ade a fine seeech on the subject cof thi Smithson bequestr. l1r. Clay introduced a bill in the shape of his old Land Bill, e a shbstittit for that he rome the Senate for reducing the price of Public Landt. He supporstd his measure in a most a.le oard elahorate speeeh,in which he canvassed the whole merits of the subject. In the House, It wau proposed to blaild a dry dock at the Navy Yard,.Philadelphis and Pensacola. These props:tions were advocated by their friends. The Baltimore Acternean of the Ilth says: The following is the Selett Committee of hea nHouse of Representatives, appointed In enquire into the charges exhthited anoinst P K Lawrence, Jades of the United Statra District Court of the State of Loniniana--Mr. Johnson of Louisinn Mr. Pope-Mr. WVhiltlesey- Mr. Campbell of S. Carolina-Mr. Owens-Mr. Calhoun ul Moos. and Mr Drnomtgodle. Judge Lawrence is the person, it will Ito recol. lected, who attempted to remove from oliee with Inl eauS ca the Clerk. of the Cir'uit ourt of the Unilted Stalatlanod more recently took the Ilgh. handed tetasure of lnprisaanng for cotretmpt two tof the deputy rlerks. at the very time that the ase s of the clerk, which hnd been canrried to the Sn. S eme Coturt of Ihe Untied Sietss, was yet to be tried before if,. antter,rihnl. LETTERS FRIOM 'THE COAST. ort No. 7 betty Many of the State. have geolgical c.rvenn made, ,s . which have been attended with very ueft.] results. II t would be following a good examplo, if I.ouisina, in med aiy eother repect n tt enterprising, shou'd have age. ologteal tur.ey made of thin State, whieh, no doubt, d' would materintly teoat to develope her resourcer. The mineranl whieh might renaotalvy hr looked for, in her eeonntlar feormnatio are coro, sndselore, and prolrahlv marble. The two latter ntiglt Ietoine ovoilahi, tns building materialn, hle the fIteter a ould prove eqtl- I Iv intrlnrtot tt luet. It is atl in the Iutnds of Ipanl L bility that lead ore may exist in tome partsof the State, as well as a supply of irn ore. I We osaw nctt reod, specilnenf olal at Noehitoehes I un R'd River, which were nikehd p ia the niehglher rood of th Iroler n the surface of the groond, nd r clearly indicated the existence mf more exaltninve tes ,"oeits of porer coal in the aaon vtein;ty, wheh prtehn ily enuhl be dio.vered by the more careful scrutiny of --" a ncomnpetoent Geologint. t Capt. k , f tha United Stater Array, latoe ot f Fort Jessltlt, i this State, informed sn that whilte enc. .Ut ge]d in an explirine expedirion. on the Sahine River, he car to a pint wher the t oal eropload ap t on the rt hi e er and feraoed coniderabte blulos. lie emtni ned the sui Scoal and fond it to le itnminnu coal o f ot an e.cellent hra qality. It is pseaiblr that enough eanel exst witlhin ant thle honunds of the Stue, to supply New Orleans n"d the An n nd ineon.ideraehle qulatitv. In sinkintg o t ell in come patIn of the Stlate, very beautiful .prei-enir tl Breccia marble have beel tene, but in vrhe too tdin to make it profitable tI quarry it. In many parls f te I, State nand nle is foultd in great ehandance. It is in all eanes in which we have examined it, proved ts he new rand atone, the newest formation of tchis etas n orfm tn rorek. Whn first dll lpand exposed to the air, it the appears softland ta lihle; by lonem ex Opi re to thtee amoa ila phere. it seena r acqtire eoa'oiderab l nrrdneo. 'Timer, is little doubs hut that quarries of it erttll he ftnd, n ra that wmlul answer very well fur hnuildin t porpeo.es.-- pie This reck will nt naand filre well. hill it holes been fund to answer a gnood purpose for bhe wall0 and steps of houses in other States. I he erxtenire pine ill ftahnti p fank Red River, to ih ribiht anti loft. andl run arallel by with it, at a grcnter tr Iros dirtnee frno' its lstares. r eren to hilav their bases on This foandotion of sand atone. The debdri of thin roek eent to form a veryv it. van nble soil for the growth of pinee, eedar lnod nt her y trees of thin deseription. 'l'he Red Iliv,'r holtonm cota- - posed f n rich delp ired soil, which misan to have hiee Sfoarmted by d'pnsol of ils red mnddyv water, ex0tend frm S Sthe verge f the pile Iill on one ald, . to h fola of tthose oil the nppreite shtre. o 'In erla s lih htlltlm are li aeveral moilea wile, a hile foatllr ointls toler are eln Ier raoted into very nerrnta tontt adl in some pl.aern tl ondn tunt hills with pine .rowlh, it top to the very w margin of the treamelrmiine consildteraple rotk v b th.e ie and cxntenliao rocky hbttonl at tlCh pniltg aorvnn Pa ilthe river, forming ynlrt nhools. Some, of there blilh or am reen above Alexnndrio. fie ea The mostona prohhle method of neuotnting fr the for. matian , 'Cfhe Red Rivtr lt'ttom t h.eeatls Io 'e ro, 1 the min'ppnoilinn that lthe river, nt some remote ,nrriol, anal Ct at have been danmmed tttt otmlletely near its mnllt. with Y a rat or soen ttlte r nh astroelinn which exenmlded frvm one range of pine hills to tile other, at a point wihere they approacth nearest the strenat Ant that, in an ex tensine madi lake was therehvo frul e ablov tlhe rat, to and renahing tran one rane of roills to the other, and the extrnivee depoiit of mud tlat en'med,l formtd tlhe Red t.iver hotloms. Andt whlrnt tl tohstrhtiont eln t nve wn the ner receded. while the river cut ielf a o ri channel thDroaon thi extensive deposit, anti in placer aearaline into tlhe everal strelatsn t ich will ntin unite elifnre 'Ic revc r Ie o telissiasiitpi. into a 'inlle river, panrin, hawlvrr, trihnlt t t itp Aaehnfalv. ar Aa non,,fofthis a lllplniti,,n, lP ends ,fh en he ,r eren projectin frt benlleatlh Ihe hanks of ,he river, o2 lie fIetelVew t ilne srfceof tlte t-tnll, wlli.h at thlee se 'h ia n n i a t o i nl .lid to he raich in fi rthi re.lnin; ,n lthaat o nlh o,1 hae been titn f hl, Wlti,'h rov. icim to tl-eve ndInh.IpI th n very tane ,.terie on of Prancial t.huo hv al l tolll" It' t hl e l ltrtlt on. llhre ne niM areP are ern, thaio the nomm',t. and hn,,ld nt ieho thenij t lf tch r1tr ,' tr It wit a t ornt.irol t ie ,,oitt • ille atshnld hIIvP rmyorkl thilt white coornl .tne, f vvery inrnd qualityv is poid to exat ahltdtlllnlt tnearl go Bayou Sara. [T hen ro ie tinnd.An itllg Ot Irj rel h . rIaroirnei te IIOUit OF RI:T'Rk:SENTATIVE.+. f Janllnary 18. 2 The hnbre met panrnll'to tatlhnnrntr.nC, .Leaveof absence ae grannted to e lnMeers. ttioi atd Ireltu. oan Mr RItclire pr esnted the memorial of 140 titizent of of the Pntisheb of I'nit Conlpee an West Frliciano, ithproying the exclusive privileg of keepino a atrant for.

ry metween Poivt uperent upe and onr iville. should he granted tn Mr Baker. Mr R. ituaht it was hi, dntv ntt presentihg the elitin toIn explain e a fCe reaIne ks. one A few vrara no: the privilege of keeling thle ferry was grantcd to Mlr Van Wickle. who iandernrnt grea t ex. ntl nsn and trouhle n endavoring tt eotnb'i-h it, lut he o. unAfntunaate, hin llat ronk Ind Iis ferry htase wat Iburntd, he asn foe l ed sell out 'is priviighe. rl'i 'art ferry i l not inv nerntinll oeta cntrentlaterl by tile lenislatnre Mir Vn.d Vieml e Iracnot, hnonve r, tan drned hris deire of~eslablishing a permnnPrt Prry nt the place: het wisles tnenrry olu the project started hi him several yearn agot. The est.lblioltnett otf such a f'rry the' of reat importance, it will he the mteetig pldce of led t'Ihe ,:elealy at r Pant ludnan rail rato d. 'r aker as an el o ;,:er, nd cnsle dlrnly mvon lameed byh C citizes o' f lt ?ewinh, yet hie .c.n willingo t, aieltl h el cin to any erson h'lt Wollld ertoilli-l1 tle ferry t.e and keepit i ,opernti u :tifR. had had aen iu.ltiew with Mr Van Witkle in whoat" ,.hnlfTn rot eition was lefore the i.einsltore, and Mr . tooh thin s ptrtn unity p " of expreanic," his confidence it thni wentleman. The pttiron, on motlion of Mr Rntre:T woas referred to the at'tneitltoe on inlelnal Imprnvemoenot. A message from the Senate asked thlle conurrenoei of ern tit Ha use in tha apttintment of a joirt eottcnitei to Sexarnaie the aflalrsfaa th Naolville Rail Iood Com-rn t pe r Davldson presented a hill nstruetting the Juliin.a rv Committee lta irqnile into the expetliene' ofprohibit ing, undtr severPn l enaltie, Slleriffs nd Judges of n election front healing on elrelitio . Mrhey l Kener intrdaeed a hill grantin $170 to 11 B Williams for services rentleed to the State in lo,.atiu. certain townships of puhli lantds er'tted bV tihe Get. the eral Governntleu fIlr the ttuppot onf pablie s,,honls. Arr Kenner preseoted the petition of u V dhmt- er Cat.)at y oflhe Parish ofA censinnpraying t he V re l. aided with arms. Refereed to the Co(mmittee on Mill Mr Lewis, on behalf ofth Committee on Eleettnna, ten reported Mr J Goodherry, of St. Janmes as duly elcele. ,Mr Wtdlawetth, on behalfuftite Commioteol I'ronn cilions and Grievancec, eported a bill for tihe reliefol rip- Vfrl. Reaod fiar the 1st time. On nmthin of Mr. ounhlr, on hehalfof the Judiciary Committee, it 'vun discharged from further eoonitlera tion of the petition of M A NAMemo, f i Suzan. and of a bill to onlend the 1154th article nof Ite Code of Practice. Mr Dunhar,on behalf of the Jtdiciary Committee, re pnrted a hill to authorize Vfm Cltew to emancipate cer sty, lain lnaves. on Mr Preettn, on ,ehall'offthe Committee on Uonfilish ed l'siness, reported n bill to atmend the Cttde of Proe. tice; referred to the Judi inry Coolnittee. A bill enrant into ing 1010011 dollurn Stlate BRndtt. to the Rnrratoria and I.eafmrhe Rail Road Comtanv, and a hill for thli im. toi prnvement of Bayonu ernlillion; referred to the Cam ow. mittee, ooil In ernal Itn prn mente. A till for tle relie ,,f A I.unanis, Shlerif', revfarrod to the Cotnoittei of Pronl,oitions aol Grievances. tld Several tills wh , re presented t fPillows: hut Mr Monreau a till to eore aate new tari:h it ill the west. ern part of thie Pnrirh of St. I.Lntdri. toar Mr Patio, a hill to amend tihe eharter of Iar Citizenn T. Bank. lr .Lewis, a hill to pepediate the construction tof the teed Atebiftavi Roil R,-ad. 'iTe Mr Gn'enne a hill t iaterporare the Floridt Canal Col.pat:. eh Several h uiln uderwett their second re..a:lin." ill A colmunoieation frl the Iieeoerder nf the leennl SIllnieipaitt v a Ulllitto, retit l ln-ti ta fi a the it llltllta il of the, Mlunicaiplily on the aallj,,t ,it a till rnntiao powo Vaa era to tIte Mbntltr. Se. Onr,tltiton at Mr Palin th .ea olntiao nod nconntpaonina ih'omoal were rr nrredl o Orn the (nmulatttPe ompnpael f ti tic' )rlol a. D,'ioantitn, tel A eaanunihallton frantl h)a-lid Wanrhnrv wua read, to- prenentl." each Ietelnb'r a ti a copy Cf his oew work eatailed' nthe Coddana Eve.t tab- A hill areatine nddltitanll Notacries in lthe Parishea of Cat lloala and Coldwell, was artended on nlotion of Or Ketaner hty addiino a Notnry fr Ihe ltsiatt af'l' ernr tan honn,l.!ot tnlthehll hilalatatrd. liar Ililla relative to Marriage Ie.erto-ai.o. adtle Surrender ot Propente. wera refrretd ta atlhietlieittay oaomnlaiaPe. Ttoht l iill autaorilitte Moroaret Roaliatte to eoanci at, palg certain eolte,.eonte oip alt its thir' reondtg. Aber conniderahle debate, ih, qoanaint was deebded] non by a voterf 24 alaint thlt hill, tea io io havoc. A bill n daa,,,ineoth eonr.pr enlnf |est Cle ..atattnegnlal bCharci tal New (n'len n, and a bill ltt the reliefof J 11 K. Martin,. were paenad. on And then the intone adjoanrned untilH mllopny. FURNITURE! FURNITUIE!! TUfT recebved at te L.allaionol Furniaree Warn rbnte Id honoe, a large Up)avofint NeW Vocrk nod Bon. d1by ton. Pernonooin to tanna of yeunrnitone rottd do ell to endlnod aeleot heir .trielcoa froln tte taf th. hent noal a the largehrtttetooiak. nw i le city. W I (:AILNb.el, ate- dl 5I Ilicanile st N tl--Paticulnr rattentinn naid ioaebing'ndabtp ade, ping Patrnitllrtane fer.e r l'of np-'t. fi---Ow aa EL HINI ---RYstlt heor 3ao. 1.2 &\ 3 palllakn Iler n D ring, lanadi o "'nd fnr ·alo hv were dt7y S & J P W'IIITNEY. 73 Catmp nI aken toto.---- . ctoitiag do -'tat acht in ator'. :l:ld lhr ir.l ho jal MIIAIJ.. & BROWN, '16 Mlagneolr it A iIU atnoettnttt 'dena nivo pen atIea A. lso, timpo, silver penchis and peans. i.rory sa t. rile paper cutters, finders &e., nld evecry other arti cle usedin erompting holserlge ervlly, hir sale low at DAVID) ELT'I' bCu, ja2l NY Stalioners HallI_ Utrrtree at LONI'ON ltan ard library edliiont, of acenre and valuable works, ir salen by the oubacribelr: CONSISTING OF THE Works of Willian Congreve, ill 3 rol, do Shirley, noramatic and poetical, 6 vuls, Adra do Shaftsblory. illb volt, CteR do eaunlcrn Ncr IFletcher, 14 vols, IPhot do Otiway.in 2 vle,. do ome, 3 v, I, with an account of his life, by 4eonrv Mckenzie; do Sir William 'ample, in 4 vola, An do Emperor Julin, l2an, Oran do Fielding, IU voll, do Rooeno, .amo Xth, 4 vole, do Ioreno, de Medicie,3 vole, do RIehars n ClaCriea Htrow,6 vols, do Sir Charles Gradioon, 7 tale, Squ In addition to the nhove, a large collection of ton- Ho . don edition lcare works. WAI M'KEAN, (0a d jail corCOmp and Commnn eta MAY~Jlt&al I U1 r IAlnW UALt.A.\o. I. TIlEpri-e ofnnh flour to-day in $fOier barretl, h 1 earing to the tariff; the bakers shall give du- C) ie ring tthetaiam week (from Monday 2tIt itst.) o36 un ces of broad for a lar. Bread of the second quality is reqnimlr to weigh 15 per cent. more, via: 45ooues. A t ja9_ C. GENOII, Mayor. "i" A MEtS' Dove Mioln Papersh--20 reams of Amen' a1l " ' writing paper, reci avetd ,fr sate by " el be ALEX TOWAR, 42 Camp at Con Thin lot ofpaper is of superior smooth texture nid W linas the advantaogef age, being one to two yvars in st.re before shipped tran thlt Norct, ttltelrec noich | better adapted to onue n a outhern climate. It emtran ec qllarto, .iomm ertil, packet a d folio mnstn,nlo diflr- Wit eiti ehtclora. Cape ofidiffreent qualitieso anlt eler Alsot wh in medium and loyal writing, all of which will be sold low. j hi °OSHt;N. ItUTTlElRt-Landing rom shil; ZSolh rn- I l e r, onel hundredl firkian genuiine sGoltea Bitter,a to her fine article, for sale by the aubaerihir. lily It W ELLIOTT, 9 , jal9--Illt 155 l ohlpitoula ant lo- IVEIRPoL ALT---l sackscorse anha fine, Q i J lainlingad in store fAr sale by ti 9, joa9 IIn .MIF: KSr Mt II.LS, Bank Place SARD--250 kesg LetI Lard, i artore tir sale by le, 4 jat9 ( I r)K.l.Y. 44 \ew t vee ni: OD WOrl'llt'oinecy incntenlPL ..ilNi MIA e1" CIl\E. PATsNTuD, \ov. 15,1831. hn- Thle snubcrihner leine ie Cof te lagents of aidii of S'oodworthl, hait-ne of said alociloleo pel fi for i te, at in the mill of lterae . Hlorlol,r Co., in thire city of l.na e at faette, wich atn'l earll .atl examin; anll ie hrine a n- uimhker of sid machlri.e ffr srile, and btui tie igeTrPcY i, tor disposing of the privileoe for usineti I ialirines, ri he is desirous to sell hy stateo or parisloe.an nvry bet tir the suit the applicants. The irrachines re the Greatest in rtn hkur saving inachines ever ptill it rie. tor adressni ani rn mt utlling plnk frr flors, or hardl for weartheridling. lie Any person desiroas of ptrehairg,ca callul No. 71, v.i, Ranmparl street. where thle subscrier can be fotrnd. jin s19-- m WM. P HAA.nINS. rof NEW BOOKS. SAND OF SHARKS & SEA GULLS, in 2 vole The Wife Hunter. in 2 vols. in The Stranger in China, in vols. " be Murdersl and Outrages cmmittedd in this country d if emtellrhed with numarotr engraviogs, reprenenting Sit te scnes f lnu, slid correct likenesses of the trit note finals. a re Clriosities of .iteratrie andt literary lnracter ilil.s trd, lrated br J I)'lIrreli Esq, i C L, tenth edition, com - plete in one volume. ,ind Nicholas Nicklhby part tirst, complete. Sof Reports of Canes, a nued and adjrgtid in the Sit unt preme Couri of the U nired Sltates, January term, 1838, E baoel ky Richard Peters: I 12 rea, Just receive and for sale by road WM M'KEAN, i nova fr Co rar, C alan Com,.on ti then li ar. UIa i reeved rat il ni\e rCleUi tlllan er a Halle Io e lrhe ll fai of llanrirpdorpt, a play i 5 actsr by J. f-r SlaSerild:n nro l,,-, i sq. rit T.Ire lTodderofLove, a musirel rlrma in I act by '. I tare Haries lt ayiy. I JOHN Ar T'l(," an- 31 cr St Cih.rles & Cormmor n nst .11· -- - -- . ---------- scy NEW I AW Il itr (S-r A Treatire n than Iractice i 1 o the Crrrt lrf Chirarrvy, with n apllrendix of ars Faorma of leedentl i ftl'orsandalr nlr ed tr tIrhe lat ncew Ila; orders; ty Jolrrr yrIePy nmillh, n tire six I"llrk'eotng fier ill 2 r vOls, 8VIr. JIslttecived,l rlt!or talerhy te jaA8 ALEnX 'IOWA I, 41. Camp st trhe 1r, jutst received. Conklino' Practice iTn the v Courls of ite ULnilcd utaeer, ard io new supley ofnChit a l ty ror Blilrs. lfer ad E.ITY hhitiols. and tiieere, fr sale by here 300 aIIAL .& BIIOWVN, . jn8 96 itaocazine Pt an, AlrFy.Er' Vielrt l(idar Ilotsr, of the latest styles ek L Ir) sale Iy GOSSIP S& Ca, it (a.nrlea at , B eEjae18 Exchange Hotel elfa AIAGA WINir, wet a. d dlr, in qr cash iand tr I Idian bbia Ir skale by tin j JlS IlAl) .t BARtlSTt)\\, 7 nilk Place In he ACAt1 I BRAND 1, ler bhla old .d slaperi fr, lur n rolAmrby RIEA &) ARe 'It llO , jal jal; 7 harrk I'lace ese 1,3r1. r1' arr-5 Il:r. a"-.l il hl rrr.r FaI n ily ý4 Moss ~e'fisor I ra I i,r rale o at jrsai .1 "' l lel'llt : lla oa 4 Plaotroc st rrrla (':-5 " cra ,l , n( in bllar.: 'Ilinr,' Carrlir n . Inieil ,. mRie Ia diný (oof lnt l)ý·,l.lahl ,lll n d tor Orle 1vy trea I t. Ei "- ...at. e ansd.. (aa iaea.) iAlrIdy 1753 te, larI: ran-atrrt a a. la IR callI mewv',i B t.-, (lor colt' Icy jIk7 I m lan lt(;I & ranr, 131 llaa. cilae or Sa r ll o lai.r.-E'nih nt i',,relk randl rcrf, tal aia, Gr 1 I'+ctlillm in storer a ,I l'- al:- hw jr17(; nIa) ttlrEY, New I.cvee L OUISVljIIIlt I 1\il CIII\ K.--rt c-lrhtk ra rrlaa IlrtBik of .rluisville lir.r t 1l far5 rale Ihv Id'll " . f S,'itON &AVERY, .;8 irarirst ANNUALS AND ALMANACS, FOIR 1839. a enid PI.EiNDID Londrlr Airaral,--Tfhe Ilhrk of Ira y Sanltysnpelrh rOl',lllartesl Firlen'a a'l'blanrx, and izera tallrerv i,f (;t arce-; ionil, Fi.-hers Drawing i(oolm Sketch Bo-,k; nrfar. ~leano liea t',latllullle"- - 1311t an Bhlssoltnr ; akalr rtWverly Kaepraake,--tlhe Itlperi'; adas )irItllil ltriral; Farret rme Nao, nrra .aJorrallau l r I'r'n l aania rtiral; Icon lricatrarIrRa rllr a;hOlre Annual; ti Fen Fieldsli's )ar ' ari.g; lrn he Fire .r'.I rvearile eketchr orIIlk; cairn Yrung Indi,'s anid vlyUrr rr e ttlleren'e arnnlo aThlne arlc, A \Wait-; C"a rlsrrans Talcs. v tie ArrAericra Arrrerrs. nay. The Token nrdr Atlrntic Srauveoia; at tire aaThe Violer Th licifrt; trim lre Gilirari'a annual IlReiter S&o leoan il.e Almanae. at4ery Almrac's. ace arf American Alnmanc ne IReparsiory ofUseltl Knowledge Braker IBluant's Nrlnia Imnna; led y EJli & Co s. I.oauli-ina Almnac; id Crockel-Colil-(ierrlanal Alrllaanc, et wrry rtcwar'a Diarv for 1839, ealaainiarg a blank memo rraien randum for every'dalof the vrar. to was l INS & Co., rirrity corner ofI Charles and Common stis. - v 28--5w oetred-_ _ _ E, JOHNS & CO. -W4 o TrITIONEI'S AlA1.t, cnnrrerfrat. Chrrles end S ('ornmoln streets. 'lke sollhscrilr.as ilnvillg rererlv Com- j y -Jnd IIIW in store their rosrlmtrcet oft golid- Ir iII talln ]lat, France and the Nurth, offer fur sale thie fol IO'S'Ug articl.s,+ aciriito Enaglis I)rtving paperr of all aiece, c a do wriling do sill'r royal, royal SB medium a~ i deemy, fooIcalnel, letter paper, ex. Itrge tin vellium doI blue airld; do rio ri aondnn and It. aolhlaia.. da. do. ny Ilrelr ad rIca nate l'trer, pluiii, r tbric d nad coaal lire Atnmricun cap, clater arid wrilling papers fiitnn II Stili tire tarst alrili iart, ' Ihfion, Perrvan P'ens ol all descrqtions etlon.a leofGerrrnar, rid Il"agirhrlt qarilits; Sterhenm' endr PclPurrt'an'o wrlting fllds. alrtrrloar'r nrd Preen Percrr'anr bert caprying inks; Enrglict uard eliefat Amertcar a,.l~o a" d quarta colapir.g parpet; diceier Rorl So. aran kent cutlecry, cunarslpt in eIik, iaramantiddesk kirue-. rauraan and iao ti ta Pocket bkena and wallet'o RuEaia anrl Morocco eIatirer, tee, te Eaglish wofers and coaling wmx, enperior qrali Iecr- ty; l'ravelling dorka and dcrteincc aaos-. a Aekerman's atid .ewman'r best nature et..rra, Biaitha tlrrkmhn e and Acheraran's drawing penrilo, t~rac- tihrwing knoara, Albums end itritialh aird Amar Seaann- mon Aner.ala. tnr 1839, rio ned Baoni--Englehk FrenclrSpaniehi Italian, titr.' tire ini mn e n I.otin, rnrirraring in oclsnicai, Iaw, ,ehmaa tredical wark cliterary. ey :. ric Just raceive,; ardfi,d ire nIv itinra a necyl B JlI)Nl o C"). TA'I' DE L4 LIUISIA.\Nb--Uur du, Premrerr Disrrict Judieiaire, Jol 11 May Foster contre soes erheninier tinee el aneiPrs de l)eveaux 2t Fonter. Len crentciers de Joln tay Foster e, de Deveaenx & fle. ter -nu par Irltre ent requis de s'uer .bhe. n pieine enur, sTnedi, 19 du counalnt, - ai heuret iu fatin aTff de montrer can se, i s'i en enxitte, Inureqli ledit Jlhn lay Fostr n'btlieimrait pun le henefice dens lo i nasseesa our re soIteenet di ddethi.'teIrs solvableI tetenlc. Caewell & nraud .Esqr. ntollt ncu ccnest co I rel lr.hen oInte .d c tr' e Phen e -, i eette tllletre. Per ordne du l. cDUr. 3 i;e, 1, ItB. 7 Pt LEL inNC., Dop. Grefiter ' ` TATE OF LOUISIANA.-F'rinsc Cnltt oi tite S cricu ead ('ilvy r Newty Orler v. . Pree..t, thr flan :hcclen Mirnian, JIrlge. No. Iltff Newenn Iicanordls ve ticrcdiee eland the creli'tr Tif Jhl . (; iBoyd ef& e. The ceeini ote pI)pernty byi tile pteili,,ccr Sis epntrd by e thtecollrt etr tlhe boient of hIis crediitors IhnI tti cnr.li t. at tJOllc (; tl ocd. It ic ,rslerenl tia t sid cere,.itecs d Itceetin tIheRffice. IG11 B (CenIIs, Fsqr n iacy pblic, an Frilay th., 4th dly -f tan. ay. 1838, tirtn and tiere t Ilelihernlte upon t e ctuil't , I it. in. elvtr. t,n allll Ith mneau intme ll p cOndigBt alnilEsl Ite peson anii pnlroperlv o smid Newtlon lilhhirds nae ,tnyed--cIt is urlnhr orderend that Mnnsrs Elmnre nnd King he appointed to represent the alinent creditors in this euse. tly order of tlhe rielol c . A1 I ) \RN D PITOTv clerk. Clerk's Offre Dece:nbhr iLt. 1.38.- `v TATE OF LOUISIANA--First Judiciai Disn-. I triet Ctnrt. Johnt May Foltr tvs His CrNdiors lldll ie ereditre oll lteVeutnx H F'oeter. T'he credit. cer of Jho May Folncter alnd if IeVeellltx & Fenter, are I, ereny ntiilld enlueare ien mInc'cl cc lrt eilt naturdav tie e29th nnst'a .n, at lt ei'elock It. it. It , heln n eulcte.ifnny tite ilene wh." nynidJlhn MSa Fn--nr shoiuttd nolhove Ithe hunefit of ilie I.nwo Utlden for ithe rellel f illnellent lthlnr ill cnetual ens'dty; ('Cnswell aud Brnndl ,I. .s. Rv nltrr errhe court thir 3d Deermter.n18?.i. lee?.3t'tiki&. I' lEl. \NC, liv (Cleik. RAFTSi on New York, cir clsi i " d24 ANDREWS & iBROTHERS. le Cannrp t 61h appearannce 4hli seasln if the clebrlte Ni-n EI.I',N Tll. . This Evening, January 21, Will be performed the 'lny of ION. In Adrestlu, Mir Harlrison, Cteniphon, lrebar, PIhocaI', Poge, hlou, Miss Ellen lCee, Clnmnanlth, .Mrs Plomer. An Overture by the Orchestra Grand Pas Soul, by Mad'T. Ravenot To conclude with the new Piece of TIHE OLD ENGLISH GENTLEMAN. Squire Broadlnlnds, Mr Finn. Horace, Browne, (eorge, Debuar, Sorphy, lirs Plunler, INun y, Ferren. CAMP STREET THEATRE. in WILLIAMSON'S BIENEFIT. r TR.I WI IWAMdSOiN brei hlave iiost respecfully b LI Nto announce, that nllmerous iriedsn in th eity , e of New Orleans h ,sav e nlit had- Dnrli ihetel..led them- I selves in mnaking hime a B. ibFI it; ffor hiih purpoeeau k n, ccmmittee of gentlemen Inve wailted o1 MIt. G IIR. t iAKliEl'T, p in Wholhn, in his iuillnY kind and geiitlemnlly manner, ch r.u'oid the ous ofi'i'lheatre liL Ilhat ocennion. hi alpo Ihsinied fir Tuesday nelx, Ud January, 1839;i when will he jlrve.anled a variert of entertainments, which he will hiav the the honor of king mnown by fu oId uire .ldviclri~cc le Ad tiiltlne lie will content hilUmselfwith offerinlg o hi saup -.oriel, his hlortlilit Iniks fir the gil at interest ' ilv thOnhave swn inhlielsblaf, reserviing,also, In anotler 'ii tilie hel : tlili ioiriwchl t eulisen in grealillde. Sceti con lie seeellrd t tc Ilco Office,le hlin at Book bheinlgow icpel:. jul8 Dross and Masquerade Salls. ce MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. N .I LEVE.STR'REET, ilimmn diately in iril ;:ol ee lthe steam hbot Illdilg. The above establisli lIelll willl he ..li'icrcl .,ho nidutlcv everiig, Ifine. 2i71, IA- Il;I, forthr sicinU. luill dyv. ouodnvy, 'l'ueedllciV alnld T'Iiuirsdav. ,anid estanllllll.lnt wiltl Ib lurnihrd witl the eill oi el t liquors, and ii good Illltaurat will Ie' nle, ailhmlied ,o it. a- The Imangers of sail emttnhlhihllelll have etlengaed 0 isumcientl' Police illicir. tm ke, giod ord(le.r tlroug hllmt cy lile eclelislliillt; there w iill le it piane litde l h C kl . calhne , coi . c o ic'l.r-o I shllc Iod admitted idll tcIhle lil! RPIInm willh weaio iiiofIIany kiiid. Op.SO P--.i ll.'s1ollil' and :POlllAPiios NIi. I °ollp , in store Iilrt .lc by .1J 'I'IIAYll & Ci, jul6 74 Poydrasn a )OIN-180hl bnrre s in ecteail lor smile h S jalt; J I'11 YI;llt & Cu, 7TI Poydren Pt As, PERMI OIL-3000 galls. Winier Strained Sperm lOil,l or sale b) IIAIA.L & IROiWN. jal6 9ti Mngnzin, at dr 'LiTIIi-i etlce enitinel Pants I d scarlet m llflianlel Sihirts,lit I lr lv y n jal1 ShIIlI.I. & IIROWN. 91 Magazine at 2 l) bOXes hnlla. i eamham'os rnrid, loadingl rom S2ll- rh:l, ('oliulmhiau !ior sale by jall HIIAI l & RittlWN, 96i Magazine it JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AN') COI()PPER-PLAT'E PRINTER, 'o. t, Camp SIt. WIll enegrlnve in1 prit tl ,order, h.nlk Iotes. Iille S•nt oi exchn age, bills II' laonf g, dip.lllnn , .eIll 1 n lll, til t Vl visit in ni d4. olntCL ri I, c.nsulnr iniIit I o ing S housel oula, dIlr plat., silver ware, ..e. nlwnynsom hand, an asse .It.ini of silver plated anl bra.ia door 18 (;nrhs pr.,tcd fom it llates alreadly elgroved. u,ýv.o METARIE JOCKEY CLUB of RACES. ine, i llF liE Pri m I , r Plilcii ur 1:39, sill mIiiIceIr.e thelc nid fiut t iielnecay,'!tih M.irel, tniil ,'iniinuie live NFEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB I0CAES!! ii l`RI\(; \11. TIXG1: l1,:1, wlil (I+llllllil l~l·ii III l'd·~ - I IIhlV·R1, 1:IIli 1,1: JJI(ll('h It~ I III1III I·IIIIIIIllll . Illtt'* I. Pniilarllhll i due iinli'. 1 h1. i.IVI :II " :ll use. . th'ibi ierval blud e re.,esh hr lhw F',ver i-I~~~ ~ Li abIn·ii ..,Il \,.:l,u.,,llrr lltl I1 'llllll nll dltve·tlr~ I t, l. h, llllll~l~lB - JllNVIS & Avhlllll:%% , ha i irl. e r Tcl~lallll,lt.,t'.. & t',,.m.,n Ill,. 4 Offilce !\ew Ol'[ensll .nd .NIas lie HIol [Road ('o. &" EK i. \lll. 1 to lioii 8t o r n tile r hn lrr Ief sil their olIRe, No. I iei' l i v tire l. jai ll:9 JAl1E II. 9 NA IlVELI PresIdent.I 'EW I.AV iandl llrliral Inks: ithi . I Ur'lia' lDire,, of 'ases vIjudiente~d in enolrts! of dArll ty of tile .b.ln.d l-nglind; a aew nd lV nll i P,.ets' lDicr.st If e .. r . n illh ulpeme, Circnit and D)sliriel (·Iurl ,a new (Uply, 1 vai, % l Ilar',s AllalolllV I a tl ll n tiln received lI Pan n, The .\methk. aM+,lena nAad m.. Ir l.ni '9 n new Ianda usefulI nhlleM p.,.ki bunk 9 br a Me, i(,l l lll l, ellll , At 8t Ilnnlo rtlnent ol the most ti I .ro/e I.knw ntld Mredle.I works. I eJOlINs & c,,. jail eor ('olnmlio L St ('harles pte IL " ceivl, il, nled Glr li:llll il ),ial . . A . . · 1.1, !'. HR ~NS~ 9.; i'\ i a rzle . l R.landlf6., fr sale by l [)()dG Y ja l B __ __ 44 Newl.evec IDER--40 bhltl rJctified , ,ii i1 I9andini or .I'eaI a y tJ 3 a ai8 ani,' lia I.I': ,i\PyIe e SA BO.iK Keepler, whol h s It lireseln, only his eve 2"t t n i.a't, acu "intowill wi.ll ."nke n n nle llt fo te elllalniler ,,fl h i-. llme tlite iv an y ellR t! islictioll n- to illi tv al chtaracter. A linle aidnlet , d A AH C, Ilox 93 , Pua t ilice. ill be altended to. Sjtllll--if • f ILA NK i II.II. S FXI'IIAN(; E, Nioo., B~illa ludling, t a 'trtii n Elrin. n Ietiahm Hi IIIe lIeIr of every dg.Nr lOii '.-Niiir sale a nin)Ed H a' ', all iet ni Nar i v C trieti l Ie co atr.s s.r.o I ll iLI -IW-IF nitle i tl l~i Exch T nA e l , a lew doors fit Juost Ofic.s aiD Pniihuiidker hiiRtOW fa aaiaaoamteri teI rst R hEE li'i AM~O~ Ituhin inhl. ma . 'ad-a, laa and y la . "a s aaiajay vi DItlalivA ',fb tn pa tte: f tor sler ba 44e tietSIP r tait 4jID R 4ai Ia annat " inil, at st lI"xhange a Hotel, b -i jLOUR.. itto I l> tnavlhl from Fthe pbl at, fof thes rby Ii ltltlhi O A,_4 N\w I.eve vAnth teiaItaI"aa--400 btga pIIaiequality -ia atin, ta-r al a nan b or e t iya itAfine erhgtt i.S u ESIINhe Nan,., hiula hteingc jana AIIrAIIAan Tta IER, 34 GrEl v&(', er tiHA LE Ol ta--li b alnran ia Ji r ai frtihtalney 't P,~ERM (-Il.--I balrelti in -ar. rnd Ior alo-e'yy ) jali 7 ABIi'l'i'. I a aTIE' , 4 Piydra tit a T r CasSr-aiPe-N in i8 e anomItit,. at iitoua v'tr it pa lltra , ifa Cualllt e f re, ill dleiS crelP& rC i r i I'ins olb ant on e aottil entr l'tahi t tta eaa atrI l'ui In, i ad du o at a no i a i Fllaev tdn e ILIa'a iL. n oa r at - n iternltl jr __hf__ lly t' lt st 4 s nr t la n "D.''I'A'I'I: ,F tip I+)IIIIANA. F·irst 7ridcimllllir :o ".l.. ea . "rh : nilrpd ·lv IhP 6ih dell il 1ill r lrlI "ct, tinnt i- Arete ll ll· th ile most i impoe pIln, alndj Ja,+. r,' adnl llr4v vs llSr n .R11( I1 to 11r.. t il rotitlllll. of , I pil -l lA fnA C3'i EEl-r 4 I hgram nttiate ul aiideed. oi .ffee jail i Ae ,Illt itI ill l ie R Ini Pnte la aBe eThl e ..inhlte ll ttion is -oplnie I w fieth t lto ,,te tiltd rule whyesattniv mtleb,,ni d fai' l l *ii luie hii an fld sp aking Ue v ]trie Eil IL-I ni lhawad the enti.uen a t .aia ja-il AIbICAI afI I.ilnll, 4 , A ta, ater. O·TItIa.CL l~ntaa UtIEEIlt.at(wtitt r.I' tt ' t DI IaIa itA the rIadtN.l toar du 'nel' tr <I ve ninhea a twodatlga iataa . mattll aaia-ahn fh riar n )itnilr l J iilire. Jea atli, ie tltan.ilrt: Prenea t 'thmrlN l t A IA lnt'tnMhnllal Iue. tla ttb Nalllty tln.n sos rencliel--No 1tt ,38it ---iun t l oti.tlt de k: itmverl, EBFPl.q Bn'¢oet lie A\ I..fhklrgne %vyd c des cralreatirsde IJlab eU etee all linr il e tn s l 'lnetlll i at' niet iblta dn- cranqietr de I'itina lv'ta e iat nalrega iadaereati tl'ln I-de aitlre vio i i dat dni jimlln ie Ia puhl attil do Eel ti 'vsle ra INI l pllr lt a rtnq tll r ledt i a tlenl t ral it a hllolue it dall'7ll-il.ntst laP oiet les- aundk itLle at:L PA LBLANC, attp tirnalera 1,,~ .nmK, mXI lft~' Ian HE I'iatlnhht alrnie reaneetieyanreant Inea inait I titin ia ereted A q It l tll oa, t ij ponved dtlalna an. iii 611 aiIW ahtl aIvIt ni irahle altllation n litn thi dntaour dnF naa-lkli.a npon lie railiard, nn milr in'm die aliat da alan'h huildong i n. aa aiI Ia< I n opali alhula dlaldad ett laite a n tiatuett Iaptrt kten)aq ilepilrtn ! ditittltln hlalaaan t. aridnd lffere tdllcl ent· f... .yThe |nslrtlutioti is Sll I i I whhi llRtll~~ .llilllll ande pteantive annlagne amn aio n iitta ,a nd ins ui mig Ila a vn intarilumonern nan tia;la at. Private 10o1111 nl:iy be )1 h Vd by ilf~llllen nt1 fiw dol 7aIar pur dily. ion .l 'Ai A C .ep lllnem:elnt, e re'Itri in llittn r ian alry walllt . ty.t dtllara oar dIa - ilavea n It iwa dotlain tala.tlfl Pox iat t ihI trditta 'a uardr0 five dldl as.· no n llelitnt t llr. i *.s lleratl ,t eXtra. a p dit ation n t Ir ta lt lait. : lollaalltnte tillilnta.tti- l Itr a: A erg. and a in 7at Iiaa ta e . I. CO'saa St. Theatre. TuIl I il '.lNG, JAN. :l, Will be performed the ll.Itielei l'ltay ell the 'THE WATER IVIT'Cii. (For the Inst tile.) Iet wiicht Mtre G Barrett, air 1 IBetir'tt, Mrs t;rlmne il John nst s e , .,will anpueer. Frevlose Ito wltiih the now F.lren of NAVAL E NG \(tGIlEN'I'S. In which Mr & Mrs G IBatreett, Mir & Mrs GOeese, nmd Mlr Jltrmsn will appear. On Tl'uesade.nlr Wt7liamon's BENEFIT. AIr EFORREST hne srrivsed; due notice will be giv e tf hi" Errt Appearence. WASHINGTON BALL ROOM Dress & Masquerade Ball, St. Phliilp street, berweeh Royal & Ilourbol. IE 11t+lannger of tlhe sbese nirned B't ll temn,grnlte I fl I lite frleeds Ined ther pulelic fher r e unpnral dilled patronage bestow.ed io him toraeveral east.ons, respectfilly informs them that the etablIihmetel has y been enlarged for the almuemsent of viriltla, and un Y eergone ilnllle.oe repeirs. lThe baer will le surlpaeeel rby steae is quality ol liquors,elnd the llretssrsl v, ill bh ukept by the ablest Ileleesureter is tle Unlted Statee. The1 rooln will re-open oil Saturday even.:ng, 3rd of Nowemier nt:re, v a r, GAND) )Rl.S & MASQUERADII BALI, and will take pinale ns usril eve.r l Mloendav, Wedlles 9; day and Satrdev evening i, .r ls the scoeewhll ch a, will ilid ron lthe l't of MliY, l .tl!),. - N. IH. The erenteel nltie n willt be pjid to kerp il I. e rfi et order throughout the eecll i "litl l et, as w l. ldodll lust season. NEW ORtLEANS ANI) N tIIIlVIILE 11.: rI ROA.d e. CoPll NY. . t NEW .llR.NG (;l IMN'NT. - IH Il.eocomotive will Irsve lvee Dthe rt nte lth flit of . C (inal elel.lerve'y e IV stX A. iI.snil renerll nt 4 P. M. except iutmlav'el, srsle|e eke still I)eprt iretelrn 8 A.M. 12 I'. . ,l ,te ,. , I. " A Carfr rprivnre pariesr prnvihlle tLo ntlmlel he te.elicienet, "ill be sene dow etllltee rIdcee on nee du)'e e rev ntce re jlk, 189 JAS II Al IDW't.1I.l, P'resideet. COTTON CiIUICULAIIS 113 PR I N T El) wtille lite Greatest F.r e'dclin, and slt ia stlde uiesurpasseed in NEwce Ol.t.ANs, or else ()ersnRS Isf/ Ctro.etrIteN REIteea in S'. Charles Ex cpnchlnsP, (Corne rr St.) or at 1 R U E: .AMEIRICAN PRLINTING OFFICE, It corner of Pl'vlrr se and St Charles Stretts, will be promptly nlttended to. Dec. 1-11. ACON SIDES--S)l lehd Cincinnti, rtarlt in e atore Sand for sale by 5'1'1"e Ie'N e~ ,.Vl'IR, jI il lit;reier at STEAM BOAT BILLS. WNEI4, A(EN'I'S, or C \IT1 I ofNTEAM O ) 'IO V.'T ran hmre t.eir Bills struck of, in one at or more Colored tlllk. on l'lain or oll)red lPper, with destpatch, aod on favorable Terms, by leaeing their ORE:nsaTRUE n AMEIIICAN OFFICE, corner or R Potydrae and St. Charles etreets. Nov'!9--11' ills ------ - "--- ------- Pl';I tel .-'1 (il : e'lt . winter stleined pernm jrn n ilo S 1.1 Hl t4 Co, 8 Front Leven / ti€filure, fukr 1uperi) r to the Ene lii, for sale by j lit I. cl'l &Co,, 8 Front Levce III 'l',. l ....--Dt 0 ket g-,t I .. ro.re, fi r anile ShT S ltiRtIC':g Cot', jnnl8 8 Ir',,nrt levre at -Bl"nk Chltcks, Hills of Latlling, AlctionI Bills, Palnphlets, show bills, Cata logues, Lc. &c. [FE tlglt)Ie'efte the Above, atl erery othler des cription of . r'P.IN r'INl tI r received at C eompling Noom' ,f"TrUE AhI'ClIltAN," itn Sr. ('AReLse Eix. c lell., 3d door from e re er t't.eeor at the Printing Sffice, corner of I'odesr- lo St. ( 'hah" streets. Extensive aml beautiful ietelK etad .lo I'OUNTe, from the best I"ound'rie's re tel I e'aied alrtel , have juls the en added to the ,l,'e' lrey te/I.elork.ed l:stablishment; ive -aet (te ItlEs ri/l it r'.ret'teed ais I tw, e Cheeply,. I':xld;teir e .o nsd le' lteentieeli,, tase l at en ther Olltic A'em I it t el , l it .i etll lr' e h , tt'ep I -,e ec: 1111 see I cC eJ. e h . reelect" i l' sI "I, C e It .ll , I ,. I n e j il l Ie ..\it .\ It :'..- I `, ' : un, I'I ., CA R I4 I ' I'RIl T Di') at the "Cite ,r' t Ne c", in t',e most" S et'-.,ttt a rtee er, ia ll,.he,' or I', e i,,e I le ., ost i te tte , . Itt, W hile' l' e.ke, tr I'le cn "-eifa, ,I ('1rae :, atr d ld. Price reerresoa.tle, t I It I" \lii,1ICIN oF 11y,. FiCEttorere 5/ef'I'selt tns aneSt. tieree et n. S.ren'vl New ,Neld .I.edtenntlCl' ."ae.e1tls of Y'l'i'e. Ialee ojlst been' adel to thre es'alisehrC .enl'. 'erdl Ordersl reteired at ('epetle Ie Room, iSt. Charlre . Exchanef,, 3rd door f'n ;r li er ret , t,ay at the Prieting O(lfter, cora' r of' l' e.drei \ St. t('le , Ic'l srtr.,eets. aTd a -I f o. TI' E111:1{(H1.% T'1'. srei [7.11IRCII N'I'SN ean ae h a HeI:\'reter. CIRco ' I.ARn trk off at foeur hor NoTe e, tr l y,'alling. at the Complineg eoone of 't11l I" Ai'ttlillt',\N 'Rl'NTINGs ; dent. Orrir, ft.tChnrtl . Exchanle,, eadljonine the IREAOt IN Roest' a Corner of i iruietr esete, orat the I'lint r ie ef i.nts oI , r,_ to'en , ref' oe,, , ,.e el e dS,_ h,, tl:rl' streee s. ' 1V.N1'ES will t e mted toi hidt ,nnt. tt iver pn,k AII)AMI & 80ll't.tII., - jlf 07(irnvi"ret • ii store anli for rllle Its jttI5 IAIL1 IA "r,'IItIEI , 2I1 (iravier lt $50 IIFIWAIID. S'TRUNK wO C broken .open at tadnn Shal'A, on -i the ervtnl. g 0f hIth o,'dt to It , ) lookIt hktot,, (one sed looro.ot , tlott hier bttrt, a tilt olt edges) not drawn bIr,'er, I'etoot ia'd IIhla i tt,nIrt lf ,t t,,tcr i irr, aanblse on .,o Ananl thle It.hil of .l'otnh, 1838, aid dotile l16th of March,. 1837; ith precise dates not re All persona nre frRwlrllnedl not to trade or said note. A oslng thie Ipapers it n erlpt of dlrptite,with Hurke, Vatll \ 7I.. ier ')t. Ltmentl l tIl hiclt, as well as the llOP, thas bIell stoptd.i. 'The tlotke hok is to he let cat til rotloting room of IBurke, WaVll Co., oh,e the rallrdi w;ll IIe ppid. jail l.A3 l 5 .11. II. \'AIl.. ST. MARY'S MIKEiT SfEA\ FERRYt C N OT1I K' i Iheroihy gon1t,1 tlhat ill IiiorrlltO . o1f 8 Or I Iilloanoo, paedt Iby tho CtUtoiIill th1 itt. d AMuni cipalit·y, +i \8 edodeslav lhlrlAt JInnotry, IS'9--llooka ofttstcriptinn to thet' lihal stock ltt$20t,000 in shares of t$12, Itelh it said m tttl to , uill Itti otl, ellt d at Alt. Citoarlc [)itotnd'e, opptotlte St. Mlary'. tllarket, \Ved nedav tile 16th, illt., aod wtill be kpit opell lr t hree dayo frot Illt A. 31. ulil 2 P. \l. on eRach day. Ten Dollars per share to eo paid in aoh ol subsacribing. SI11161I, Corin islaoners, M ILOBITAILIE ) janl 0- 8-19.. ./ ANTEI)--A pnrlllnr with a calital of$IO,000 in, _ a geleral t'clnltilnion & Briok'a.e businesl about to e ,stlahlialt-d in thit rit. A .noe, adktdssed to A.. B., ltx 19, Po.st Oflit, slationg then an ialtor.ew may Ie hla witlh real na.me, will I.' cuonsidereda strieltly confldettinl, and neet tti:lh oilttitol. ja l t--3teod l .tt'I'1ON "OAP-2gOt I. l,;e in ttort fir sale by ILA I \1 'lIt ' I t, 1 'II r'vier at jltl AII .11 h\UIt ''I : , :4 Iti18 8 ravirjr a t PT.' (-a I(CE ml8 - -- t Oli hotel'th £0818 t'OE.S-`_'ltltlft I.. tt'tttftnrre'a Fretol all; I 1 (;t !.1., 9t 3 unmmon st O/ j _ ITbIII'h I ItU Ellc 76 nallii It OA ..Ot3tt hot, Itt.ton No, 1 Soap. Ionding from ship jt ant d J PWIItITNIY -71 Camp ll S PLENI'II) Lo ndoI Atflo atnId N'.toltim,: ;O.,t oi f B 'IIFI a! 1 Ih 1 lli ( 'utrll tt R BI n-sl.I ., The It tttl..n It Itisr Lotisa II Slceridan, filst ap. pe,.ra one, itet,.h'+ h k l it Ro e -ity, Syria, the I Iola Io +n I, ,%1. ionta iew olthers letl, all fi1 18319, with finiahed en gooringt, lfiver 'wist, t.rritpltt in vol, t1tmo, de do, par 2nld, NoI . 4. Sl.i,.ttht Ioby 1o, part C, i tlail Ihe loowl, lby the author of horse Sloe Rob. Mlrv liatttotl., and otther tale Fotr Veral in Pitrtttnoy. Itobertoin, Altea Vellui, by .lits I.tslic, ltll ttilter noa ties, I:; JOHNS & Co, ill i or Colmmnon & St Charles seat (': LTr11 INi-. -S6en - a .lnntl o t'Itlthing, Ianding . fron ahip NewhoIrrport,i for isale byl inll ISAACi 1iilIl &1t'.t,, Ill laroline st l.tliR--800 Ibarretl '.,terior briood, foertdo b7 lo17 I) H It l.ol 65 Po.dr sat N-i: Editi I I' to 04lt r it ttta Poetical Al"., oa iow edlliiitntt It \Vlvolr Novel sl, in 5 void, jt.t t' tioed and tot al. I by A 'ItVWAR, ijt17 49 Comp et -D -OttTS & Ilit 11 - tort o.....e... ;tintg olgolt i wed I hoot,il exrIt -io..; IU.io and llboVs, ruat. h ifll-; mlen' kit Ilrnrto', ..c. llillng Iroml ship NewltoIto ptrl, fir rit. Io oIl 14 \ ('tIl lttl & C I. 'll l4Moazine It 1AVAN;A (l.*/I+.Efl'- h,"Igp rimlle em Htavan 1 C.,r. 1ahI. I. d i ua1, or 0rale byt JIC t;l PII Cifo KAtNo , I121 I 5 Ir avier I t

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