Newspaper of True American, January 22, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated January 22, 1839 Page 2
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tM E1iGA! , ` ý l~iM, nntce1 ý_ Milo Alt ...Inn I Wash .lltra.Jntl..· ...: ý'urb lo. .,..... 7·.· Cinch llsau.Jan.... 9·· ie....... ..... 7 I aur·vilia, I-...... .....11 bnv. ... ... a 3L .nu;.. Jal~n.. ... 0... f I 4.nr44l, Gov. ......... (1444.) . 31Pr141.Nov ... ..4..... 24 l... ..... .1 .d n. Nor....... 24.. ýe11 `: ...,....... 1 Ilallvre d. ...............23 11' (I )I NEWV ORLEA\M. CLgANAN~CL3. January 01.r kIp P. *be. McCarron,. 111 Livop4.4l, Nec1.4 HM hy. Uo dl,( fur Now ark, .t.,I 3eh.tAl~,44.e. Mrm 1.0 far 44,., 914.144 Iilmr. Hln.h H~. YU ARRIIVAL!. Yewn'.a Nedma, Davi,. from the Pas... hb4ine wand 4o see ll*P Pharslia, both Syron, and brig dloan; returnedl to t 11kq 1h Larkl l..4r a brigHi.41rian. Lft N EP Pus 44 .4lh . 41 311 . t.oI.l44.14,1,I,,1In the 4l41 , 4 uthilg j 4the e 4t44e1ral .ll 1 in the t14 er. Id, e 4,4s1I Pmp, Morrison III 11444 P..4s, having towed to eec chin Ville de Ilul·Benlll ntd bothk Dunlariscotta; returl, i*la he .I1 wic 114hip. 11414. 11nd RichNondP 144.4, Wm 91441. Win H.., q, 11wrmnet " rich, *nltbrrnen. an4d S II.h Ul the 44. inns, *1V11. to. T1144444 b 144, 1rh 41141th IIulPli't ,uthIin4 in the4 4.4 q, evdiing new in 'be.. 34ci,. Mrltin. from t, e Nl. Pee; towed , c 21. rl od brie Emnoio rio: returned to the city with` 3934. enp1. aw44hr444114.1. I.i, th N K Pa.. on4 314 'u: re nortnrothieg In the offing, uuthlue newr in the 9elp.112h4... 124W4hl. 12 dnye from Th4m41 ton, to Muster ..lgm. HI a..t.'pk.r, 24d3to 4 4 4 , 1Jr. h Sh1ip RIL.444.,C1141.44.449 day. 1ro44 1I4144,le.. C 1,, il. 191, W 4j4nre, IJ1ove from P414y4 (4411 to Mee4... A` Bower. Ibllnerda. In .lov from Hnltnn to Neeler. 441 Wkeorla 94444,11.or, 24 days from 12e.42e, Me, to John r 9avahll Hugllsl, 7 duos from MBtacnr 1·. to G. Bellow. 199. H9.411 . C.4.44.014 d 4y4 f4om M11 gor4, toM. li.ns @tiu.W 9.. 19h4CWa4.i .,s4k4y,2 Ja l-y1 10,, day.4. Crat 41.e o 1 to4141 ·o*...u4.91.4.IIJI,,141.4424 *11.14Wee2B1ya, 11444144, Idioy, from ,l, 22s.o1 4 I(e, to 4e4r S4ou44,r1e. CIUI,, , 14414 e,1, Ri,,, t4.'4,,bl, Boh M V ie, Hdgoo, untliret Rier-arg, 6 hl bcsMmr C...iu, PI iolil, 5 days . om Apalwiilola, I ballast Ml..wmer Mcmwpli., Petn, e, toms Colaatbtin. EUsroccoS. I.IVERPOOL..par ship P'owlocte.. 91105 hi, otion. EW YOHRK.. per bh;,rk Oprey. 2ai Lhh.c, led hat.. 0d 52d tc. mollesem. BOrSON..Ipr Ipri Cyou.ure..418 hllde 36 tcs aod 50 brlt nlnla~sar. AVANA..p e r eh OcEtala..30 bethrl. flour, 398 keg. lard, 392 Lx. park. IMPIOII'TS. 3O.1TO1..per bark Bnvere.. 170 l,. plnttcc. sI l,bundles ellhir 10 hebx od IHI holndo applec, eud mer ahladllize. II.VILLE..paer brig ilistorie..340 tonae rvint .loune. to J Miltola. 3ALTIITORE..per chip .opia..eec'd mdze. AReiILLESc.pece sip Rihlmond..ewioes, brendiee, oil. pickle., sold 10:1 satar jugs. SATAGOIRDA.. peer eclr Sarah Iluellh. .iH) bushes ncute, 6 beefr hidee. to G IBellow. I.eilad * cc. ..............erchr lleo...68 hls cot.., to J A Mterle GALVE.TON..preecer Wa. llenry..410 cedear poles,. to C leiec od. Ileafurl. BDRAbOS RIVElt..per .cllr Win, Bteyan..50 bls eott,, to Orer,I 81 do J A Merle & ca. 58 do \V M Beal 12 plough. and sundries, to \'on Bryan. RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. it Lnis--por teoamer Maojeair ..47 eacls oal. and 1t keg1 nbeter R II McGill, 45 bre eracker. J S Dleueherty, 3327 Bockh ecure, 631 pe Ibulk pork, 21 kee lard and 3 Ixs veoison, SIoar Af Brother, lbx. bulk pork ancd 4 erli nrd J Bi Digs & c€. 40 et.k. corn, Bogrt illhwtLhorn, 714 id ckt eor , 'lch, ms l.w, 15 ollde ctteOt, S W Oakey & co, 5 is do icc B lakhe, 300 pee Imlkpork and P kegs lard, \V E Ingerant. 77 dozee ehlieken, II do ceos llnd c do turkey., Owller. on Ioord; 1411 acks core, 3 bhrl beef, 5 do veoisoo. Owoer uo Loard; 20 ete.s, and Ihe oree E llyeden. Beyou are...pores.tc er Il,,otcville.. l.1 bhis cotton Burke, WItt & co, 108db A Ledoux & rt. 98 do I.om'ethc Tlrm-le eon. 6C do Taylor. Gardiner y co, 0.1 do Kirkleman. Aler.eally 4 Hlcane 5e do Yorke c Bro 3' do, A.l.,in c Trenlolet.4 do B l.udulncy, 24 do L Le Carpepter, 75 do O1 White .e c., 48 do Jos Aemour, 6t do A Hiverde & co, 1t do A ICnnuon, 64 ds ie M clee, 9 do L.ao, Font.ioe ceo, 2 do .Vin lower, 76 do Reyoohd, Byrne & co, 66 do S W Ockey, :18 Io Benu.tot. Ferridey & co, 6 .o Prescott. Joes & co ill do PIltay & c U5 do Basl 4* Howthorn, 32 do I eyyronx Arcie.l & co, t7 do cayle ' Stewart, 75 do Order, 1g d J t Plohu tlic & 0o: 8 do ?ollaiu. I!ellcq & Decelos. 6 do Luyal Ca.e, 5 do I'cldwe,l & Hlckey; 6 pckLhges of fur|eotu e, c. Owners on hoer]. t Loulis..per .teluer St I.oui...l liep hlcolt! & 7 hl... todco, Bogert & lhwlhorl,; t} hlrls pork aoll, 5 03 flouo, J A Merle & co; 57 pigs lead Adum ,t Hartwell. 87 hIrl ,lckeer J e Dou.herty & ou, .76 can lard. 214 kct do. 2O bell do P P Gay. 1200 keg. .hoc, t 68o head. J U l,vellebuhre; 140 brlet our, oand 6 do croat, J C Jw.ie ; I clx etod. T F ,redellbrg; 9o6 brls lad; Goclhey, Laurie & Smallt; 2:t Ilrel eork. 3ii kegs lcrd.and I lot bulk pork, Owuer on board; 43i rl. beef, and I0d Ihlf do, O.wner o Lboult; 53 ..cch curoln, Ar ieour. L:ke & WVlker; 298 becks curu, Rows & Crencha., 181' .oeks corn, Prescot, Jeon,. co, 31x1 hrls ll,,ur, I ovilr ot bond; 14 kee euller anld t htr.e. Ownocer o bod; i7 Leead eekcbrmne.oe.. Lh,.-cS'O.ic. , .Olt:.l..l. tOl ,....,..... Gollld Gilf..per .Ie lePe ::I11cU. DoUtlaee..ti7 lot. eldton, Iecnllelt. reidcy & co, 80 do S V Oakey .0 c, do 1 Rich'd Beck, 413 do truiciee, McKennac Wreoot. 17 do. Order; 20 do A 1lltel k co, 58 do W 51 leal. 3ddu Franklin flendor con, 4 dod Buckeer, Stlantouu co, 139 do Nupeul, Turepin Wal, J6 do L Bertho, I0l bis, 8 trunkh aod I br, J L .Ash bridge. CeolllcllIa..per steamer Alemphl...273 bls cotton. P'ura, Wtt & o.o 155 do Belnoctt. F.rricay i co, 15:1 do J II Ieev. rieb & coo.15 do Ilaullelh & I'llo.sune, I.1 do tl'ohalo Mther. 8'6 do M While& co 81 do Price. Joiconn . 0 o,Ue9 do Owner oe boord, 41 do W P Ie;ll :le; do Allt,. A'ier & co0 30 do olbl lllelawee & cou, d do Lyol,. hlatrl. & co. I do J Armour. i do 0 W Oakey & c , G du Ow.er ou b.oard, 4 do Re)leed Byrne eo. 8tImul...e.r etenlcer Wilmingcn..3S healr Irls hater, md ho b.l teobcle, C Iblhne. 2lrl it .,d 6 Ill'do boef. J Veteal & co,41 ba hwillne. N V0etoud, 8 b. eccorn, o.Owluer oi I,.erd 3 pcklloe.edec K Orunleog &c e., 347 hirl pork, e hlihl do, 4 eeeiy lard. Bpca.t & Ilwllorn. 14 Ihrl. beer, I.nyct ; Amelullce. I bc edcEC htllco, I bhx alld I pekge ,ldze, W Percy te,. i7 hrlk t dcr John Baldwin, I35 ,I..ezet clikell,. ted 2) dl, turkel, 1i3.42 shk corn,I iwoler on board. Ileamer l.lhO, Edlwecw , efrom E Cove, A FPohm. E CUtce, A Fcbte..b7 hi rotteon A .t Clnlr, 5 do A Kirkma &Ce, 35ko toed I hobef cd, A h.edoc t co. It bc's oiton, W T Owees, 159 brl Ileef. 13 ldl dlcr skiol, 22 otter k illn IJ do hee.f bhides, 93 hils elte. eowner oil ho0.r 424 hiscOllen, J W lilcwel& co. 9thu 2 him deer skci. and 0 do beef hide, WoolePy 4. onmguu, Il bl. coltou, T N Cardao. PABiENGE Ito. Payeo S|re..per slumer u fet.eille..2 W 8rolS , J Turc bllt. CC McDeemott. J Buitt N Bowman, F o Jenki la Geo, D Jobnson JNulsou, it Ca., Itodh Coe, eJ F MIIs, I L ellts, Alec MeNeilly, Men McOeilly, Thoe ScoLt, J F Me NIeUlly.)) klpw.th. Chlt Were, W ir. oke. R Igett,A IDupey Cha J..ilon nd lady Mr sn. J Cldwll . lady, Sedc. Ctdel l C Ce.ekert, ND Cbomereli,. Seally, R G SIrliont aidv. 0 cllil. .de and avl. 8 Oalttn, I)ulthuece. A II Wylie, C B l:;,rko,,. INemweel. Giredt, Stepheuone. Irltoe,, \V H sleoc, Ju4de hNikell, Tanner, Ieoly tueea, J C Pci., Seml Laby, Joko Tuner, Jas Crnue. rS Loa..peretceefr Majeeti..S J Burn, II P lBralld. iJob Lewle, Reckiton, H olegory. II It Dabi.. J E Mrehuce R D Johlslon, J Randolph S.kii F E Ill.cydell Thus A ow, WC Hill, II Hcrh.y Ferry. Ec. isool &Luo. 8S Loule.. poerteme, 4t l,.,i .Cherles, Jellty, Arouux, D Yecltcco. Iholy. Metkws aA.lekellie. Cpp Joe W\eiker, W H GOlqel. P Nichu'eon, D It Brown, PFaulker, Iliot, Monul. Odew, Torhito Morac,, Iltwlell, John Luckey, Jd PFldeucrgl. Al Kelnntt. Ruly J 6 WIcVh to,. Jhn lbhea, ISmt Poweee, A Saundee. 8 It Opdyke. Capt Ilold. Columb..per tealer SMeTnlphi..J 'lllh..llp, onpee, 31 Poype,. Seple, H O G0edbeiltr, P Modoe, U RIa.10, olll L;ird, J II WbLiemore, J M Jloarev. Win N..viuo, T fell+ U It lNewman, J B netrd.. I (ileeou on.J Williaet. GIend Gtlf..per .Inetle, Elle DllSuele.ee. .A Hulhecnl cnd fitlly, MrI. Canmplcll, MI.t cliddle, lee Buchdhl.u, It-. Itl, O W Hutou, .J W VicLk, Vaee. tov pV H W o'kin, A G Bow.e, Thnl lexaeuder, S Wodd,, It1 .l0acey. lerriogton, LeWei, A Colliis. Lawle , E O Khlley, I MclCork, J M IMab.n, Suic, D Feoluoio, Ogden, . t5'iliham, ho wcy cnbin it.. Stamers HaIti ora..va t .hlp Cap.it..C D Dt.hfd. Ri.,hd ilot. Gi Mawt.W tLat'ay, Jim lyke., iV J Fod, E P Jaw,:a..2 ECove, A ahbio..Man, IHOwn.., 1V J Ot.e... Stt IWar thhiatlO; W H CUatrt.,'P L .tra.o J G.y., It hallo, Geo Bereaa, B~lack. Clark, Swain, fin c, U ,llorrilooo. d ou deck, 1l.ouis..per atoa...r W Iai.,ltao..J ILt ha., Ed. Gy.y V.ar a.aa Ptarl.h. Ehlta.OU, C C Rhhoda., Sko.,a, L.tuard,..,, Samlit.,t nd'7 dack. " I aaq.oda..tar .cbr Sarah Hutelas..h MCl.llnan. C Ca,. tca, ad T' Malloy. Mataporda..lyer Ichr Hermora. Mi.. McCorm~ick. Mi.. Plawer, M.  Fauni.+g. Mi.. thinlyl. Mr. l'ecl.liug, Iliibwu, 0bahtte, 8:uua, MlcUser. Websteh, and Ilutbta. CONAIGNEES. Dastta..pt. bark BDaver..HdIitt & Hoiart,. GodE.y, Lu.a vit &WmpH , Strlaaa ( Avery. J lIit natt. SIli p irow,t. ,CM rt.a.Stlat.,. JL Lorino, JeP.Pll., ESn J Ao ari.. JPoJeAa s.o, J WWI I r, C Duanea. G ri..n .*B, (iG& WDwyer, J Thapsetr co, Jatte4 Wheele,, WC Tamap althmorte..ptr slip Copit.. C Dabtl, A (Grart co. harke, W·ait o, YVata.u .a co. Wool ae eaSueo, GIl! hl.ie/owll, JWZ hrrbotiaa.e. pat.. tr..par ship Riehmond.-.Alb irl. Perria Laagt.H, Gtity, Faench Coatat, A Ballaad, Leggett, h1 MIarhaia, An drew, .lartiu, and otdr.a )IIEORANDA - *teamemr haj..tia fai St Louisan til. 18thl Dm, .. .latalndl by thla iera CLthestal tall.. Itlth lu.st Upp.r .all..asippi still p ry lo,. hip Richmond .pnkh7tl Deca Ititalt... .hlp Iaughet.. Ii day. felat Saare.ia, for Nat. el. ra.aua Idy, .pek. ahip ee lladgaeat.. fro, MareatiUl. baoud to tBalt.i.ao;apoak btMPuandora, fraol matoald.lll. far Now Ollcaa.,lalt dohl aog FOR LIVKRI'OOL. A the A t SIl ailing alp UNITED) STAESl~t. lIner, having 'u- u( a bar e cnrgl euavlgal, aill baae daepxell. For t o tan Ludad l.t lha, ji'paasoge apply to FOR BOS'rON. A The A t ha t1 PERUlVIAN, W Smi h a..adiraaarwill havt latanadiaed dlpalch. Fur ffytons heavy freight,, nl'lpl' to jaileh a J P WAItNEY,73 Caep at FOR NEW YORhK. The New York and Nero Orlcans Line. A h Jtleackeltship RL&'IR)LICAN, .-,p. laiC J lC Ruaal. will e rady ha theha in l,,n fi hat lllh January, atld will heae ivaitdiatt. daSleIuu. l Far freiaht or passage, applya anherd. u. petitaSt' Phil.p aahot, r to jI.2 t'EkkR L AID LA11,6 C(Sp at * OiMlEST1C GOULhS--JOO hales Lhuiiaa (auud., li athat. Jr Co, 4-hJ brews . ahetiatih, Jualapn dCo., 7 ha cbrowa llhltgs, Taret.ent d& Ca 3.4 hrwn do Lelhldl tam aoltatt, 7 tItha tnd 4-4th.. to eilahet'yeitwilled .ad pearl bedt'eks, *~wila.bsy IaTETS1UN&JAVFK)tY. ja ~ ~ 88 ih mreer at I) AON aallES--lb aaek aides, eald 11 cakaa hail ,ýR v d hnams. far aash le I8 AAM h1HIIDth; &Ch134 hlagazioe at ! d. 1 I tNihTN--.4dpe wtaa~e1 l ftadahatear", TKHIIB Hro ~·'E~brr ~ t'I It tYtat0 lint ., a..' ii (tio-nlo. lar a *t.waaine tat h iat.hatat -ea arehaalrw hh,-iaaa. 5 11 r .ala ~~- L'BLIYD Olco, Calmu..... stn MatIaa at. 11 hae removed It. s , i.e to Na. a i Eah.tihga Phuee, Mollay tptoxael the Peat . j 132, - tl connection wid&itlo Otice is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE AS RTMENT OF TYPE , ao T I "PRIN eO . Pamtnphlate Chocks Cataleogues Lading Labels, i a. e._pts, -; Legal Notices Auction Bills, Sill FSrlot 3low Bll3D team Boa Hils Oirculars s And every deseelpeuo .fJob tirk sh,4. * may be wequired. -lEThe proprietor respectfully calls the atli af the public to the above Card, and asleres them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done atthe short eat notice, in a style unsurpaseed in this city, and Sat ithe loest rates, T1HE PRUE AMERIUXN. i EIllt D 8Y JOnE nnaflflN. PAITrFUL AND BOLD. NI.W OR1 ILANW~ir.- TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1839. Commonmealth vs. Mrs Ann Jane Doyle. John John. son and Thos. M. Dnvis.-The prisoners were brought to, the bar and placed in the boxl, immediately in front of the Judge. Mrs Doyle is a hale, hearty looking Iribh woman, apparently thirty.five years of age-with ruly healthy comr lexi:.t, largo grey eyes, and a face enpbhle of much expression, but weeain or, this aocea rion ut inliforence, wtolly unaocoupgtble to us. Thei evidences of her eonnexion with this enilty and hrrible transaction wene too clear and irrefragaile to think for a moment that sim relied upon her innocence. she o omay have had oelnfilnore in the ingenuity and eansuntry r of her rlcounel. lt her arms, she bore a playful an spri-htly infant, on emlrem of innoeence--nnonneious I of the elilt of that aandoned nlother, from whoel brentl it lr.w its nutrinent If annv peetnhlecnold be exhiited wlhich mlight exert an influence on and excite tile sympnathie of a jrrv, it would be the exhih lion of thrat enlrit'il infant playing il iis uneon;einto inno conco, with the hbuttons amd ace-the ornaments on the enoats of tire gened' arms, whi slrround tie prisoner' hrx, nd with its, lit e hn.Irtls nouterid, giving vent to its delight at the hortle and trranogeness of the plnce. It was not a pleasing enrtrasl--hat mother and child. The former maniferted no co!ririion-her appearance was that of a rock ag.inst which all the tumultuous waves of feeling might dash forever in rain. Johnson is a man appartently twenty-three or for years of age. Ha has a florid complexion, brond but low forrehead, grey eyes, high cheek bones, a retreatinr chin and pouting mouth. There is nthling remarkable in his countenance. His eye possresses nonunusual ligh or sparkle, nor in Isi crountenance witilout animationr In the formation of his head, there seems to be much more of the animal than of lhe moral and mental fac. ullien. lie manifested no agitation, and when tire wit. rnaes were dnescrihing the appeararen of the mlutilated car-nes which had been cut up with a knife identified as his, he betrayed no more feeling, than might have been drawn from the most perfect indiill.rence. SDaovis the oiher ncecompl'ce, hasn aullow cndavorota countenance. His hair is dark and his blow black and heavy giving to his bluish grey eyes a darker hue, and a keen and plenetrotine exlression. lie seemed to pay earnest atretionn to what was progressing, but like his companlio i, did not leraoy a symptol t of etmtlotn. There is an intelligrence it thei expression Pf his face, that dues not bellng to the other, and more of the devil has been wiitten on !it. Yet it seasno by the teltimotny that Ior ill tie arse the lesser villain of the two. After some delaH, .rrasioned by the drfficult, in selectine jurors who understlod otlh languages twelve were at last sworn in, viz : Chae. Marsell, R. C.Comanthe, J. CIllrt, E. A. Crane, Wmr Vance, I. B. Blxter, J. A Zonder, F. Pchour, J. Pardon, J. B. Piauche, S. L. Sinier and J. G. Gaitni . Mr. Moaznrsn the Attarney ,eneral opened which he detailed the heinousnessof the crime of which tihepriseers etntod charged, nod on which frum the evidence, tlie jury was to decide, Iie dwelt aith onsiderable torce opon the turpitude of lho woman who e u1I forget her sex and stand c.idily by an witness a spectacle so horrid, it indeed she had not been a mtore interested and active participater to ' the bloody tragedy. lie described how tne inurdered satlor had been wiled Intuoheden or itfamy, and his cup drug ged, and unluspecttllgly had quafled the poisoned bowl. The itdiele.nt of the Grand Jury was thin read, serting forth tile chinros against tie prisoners, as appeared before Ihe examining court. Smith (slates evidence) swaru: knows the pri soaners. The one on the left is Davis. the middle nito Johnson, and ite female inrs. Doyle was bar keeper for Mrs. Do) le. The house was of very low order. Kept no liquors but Brandy, Gin, Cider and Beer or Porter. Infamous females resorted to i,. and low chlarletere. Theo victim had been at the itouse in tie evening, oad aotter drinkin. Iad gooe nway. lie retulrnd and after drinking, its I asked or sup ter. Mrs. D yle observed to witness that thi man had a fine watch and money, and desired himn to drug ihe tea which he waill mlakinlg for (,oodleif. Wfe put in the tea sabou twi, tea apuooluls lof Laudnuumn, but the Stranger pushed tke toe away without drtkking. leard Johnson ell iMrs. DYmlethat he had given hitm n sleeping drought in his hber, that would be sut. elett. The man fell over und with prisoners help ed to put him onn he h d. Became alnrmed and propoef to c.tll the watch. Mrs. D ,yle told himt if the watch was enlled she would fitag hersell in the river Went away about half post ten the f~tdy was quite cold, but had not been mntilnted. Hid IIo mones-did not know bhat to dloor ohete to go, and had delivered himself up. Ifu did net think Mts. Dioye intended that Goodiref should die ol the poison- Site util wished to put him to ale. p to get his waceh and tnntey.. Johnson was not barkeeper, but plept there aunelimnes. Mils. Doyle wished wrtttnea to take the body and pla·e it in tie door way of the text house: witness rofu 1 Henry Crane. We amonug those who were b firt induced to ieli..ve foul play had been comnmitted in the house. e nt to the house very early in the morning. Mrs. Doyle opened the door. She had been I)inl acroae the thresheld-- pillow was still on Ihe floor. Found Duvris in lte room,on an etide Ilooking eteadfsr'ly at the very spot where the mutstated b,,d, was found. There was no light in the room--he light being in the bar room. Went for light an I apade. After ome I search found hiard. Ioase near the fre leace Con. eluded that must be the place from which the fresh earbth hadl been removed. Tlhrw off some of the earth and exposed the jacket end the ghoul. der or art of lhe mirdered mail. Tihoug Bt it best to proc ed no further Iill the coroner held his i e . q sht'. Saw lood on Dltvis, lhaidsabuut the f lter n;illlr lid ni1 Johnson's shirt sleeves. /lle.cuider .AleClule. llid arresled Johlnon. S tw hi un dmpotiting sot hing-looked eauspitciouse. Enide.vored tou tn' e him. PrioUiner cunol, d hlln aill by dodgmine. At length Ie le elt hie hiding place Inot wa deteectd. lie knew which was Ihe notei he had arrestied. lie sate in the miditle. Knew the knile he took fIrom JohnsonI . It we eas such a is gtnerally werll in alsheath, il a belt . Ttoi wua the knite. He could not swear to its being the knife, but lie waenegrtien it was the saute lie had taken rolt the prisone,. 'T'itere was ntore hair and f:t oIl t tlt n. than was oli it now. lie was sure it was itoe eate k ttllfe. Lieut. Farren-About half past eleven, heard nouise at Mrs. Duyle'n house. tier husband was knuc.ing a the dour.. They thad separated. She woutd not live, wit him. Doylo told him something wrong was done there. He believed itto bea receptacle of tolsen goods -told the watch to keep a good look out for suspicious ap.rearasncs. Witness cotrubtrated the teeiitmony of Crane, going o.rr nearly etle Ueam ground. Identified the kiLfe, saw blood rnthe prisoners-Dasia' hbands mnd Johnuon'a shirt aleve.s. Dr Kerr was with the Cornier-body was mutilated, prese.e.d a horrid appearanee---Seetilled the deceased catmle to a violent diath, uitd enonlilled no fith tier. Hmrith called ag"nid--Ilad on blue round Jacket and white linen trowsers. About 45 years of age-gray hair. Did not see the paptre and valuables taken from ann.1 . Dr .Mlde trbed how the boly had been up- heI had exnamine. Apperanee of the effects O opium. ei No doubt hul"Tld in consequence of its having been t administered. 41peared to be 40dr 45.year of age hair slightly grpy Dr Andrew phrtmularisel the condition of the bodly -the effect of the opium-how the severed limbs and trunk were discovered. Believed the death to have been caued by opei4. JIeClka eallu again.-Was certain o, the identity of the knife, he took from lohnon-ca-ow it by th.blood and hair. Recorder Baldws -Testified that the confession of Smith ridnlced to writing and sworn to, was made be. lore him. The murdered man's name wea Goodlief. Saw statta of blood on Davis, when he wad brought before the ,xamining 6crt. John Johnson', ronfesui;m was then read, itA wthich he aeknow.ledg.I that appearances were against him, but that he was ignorant of the mur der, and although blood was on his clothes, he could not tell whvl'erasde there. He had drank a pot of porter with the deceased, and had heard him ask for suoper. Siw him sit before eggs, bread, meat and tea. Presently fell into a henav sleep. Helped to Icy hin on the bed. Know nothing of the cause of his death. The testimony closed, and the court took a short reee'e, prior to adiuino the cnre. Legislature.-We underestnd various projects of in-. ternal. improvement are in agitatiln, that some are at.. ready "bodied forth and turned into shape." by the re tt apective friends and representatives of the Mecti.os to b provided for. It ia very desirable that asome gneral m internalnt improvement system be adopted befre any rash move its madetthe subject. There are many parts of the State, that deserve immediate aid in impro wing their navigation; and that rail nest he constrset ed to facilitate intereourse with every section of the State, and especially with the great emporium, and market of all thengrand staples-New Orleans. But if I one setion attempts to obtain means and State aid, I without allowing othb-r equally entitled, to thie sanm privilore, it will excite discontent a id perhaps preven' any proper means from being adopted. It is understood a gnerani law on this snnjec.t is about to Is, or is introduced, in the ltnt-Alture upon which b all the public works and improvements in contemplI tino, worth y of State aid may be engraftead. f so, they will be a most valuable regulation. Tne plan proposed, it in said, will not burthen the state, with alny additional taxes or expenses. hut nill only require the aid of her eredit, under such circumstauc-s anad reestrictions that u will not endanger, f r a momelnt. her pecuniary rspon. I ribility. Such a law will confer o lasting benefit to the countryland increase the prosperity and enhance the character of the State. The law we allude to han been introdueed by that patriotic and public spirited metmber Doctor Brashaer and we hope will receive proper Pon sideration, he well n. tured,and finally adopted. Some anch plan is absolutely necessary T' e arae n -w on hand severa! important works of publie improvement which onuht, and we trust will. receive the fostering aid of the State, through the enactment of the Iegisla ture. We would mention the New Oleans and Nashvill' rail rood; the Alexandria and Bayou Boeuf roil nrad, and the Atchafalava rail road, as objeent requiring the spveiall and immediate atsention of the -l.eeinlature. There ore ales some other public works projected, well deserving State influence and countenane ; such as the Grand Gulf rail rad; the Bnartaria and Laf.ourche eca nal &e.; all these will severally eome up for support I and an.istance to carry on the works necessary ti Iheir co,,pletion, and to make them the great thoroughflures, arteries and ehannels through whlich to transport all the grand staplne and heavy articles ofncounerce and daily eonsumption to a rea lv market. IVha ougrhtto be done? 'I'lhi is an impnmrtran question. The Legislature, even suaposing they ean, ought not to recharner the prees-n t mxt n i banksolfdnrcity, without modifying their quasi nete of incorptorotiln, an as to prevent a reenrr'ence, oftpast abuses. The Banks have all forfeited their charters by their own fault. They now ask for a restoration of their rights and privileges without proposing to submit to any alteration in their charters The public good requires that this re quest should ant be granted. What then ought to h,.d..e t The Legislature should dier.zard theapplicolion of the Banks. Let Banking he thrown op-n to anvo oten,or set of men, noaut dllmeortic crpralioon or enrtorations now in existence or which exivafl y by sufferance of the publiic. laike it lawful for them toorg.niza and re.nrrainize undler a tee Pral law, npn enomplying with the termins of Iha It w. The Banks now it ,he city being alreadv nrgani. zed as 'nonyed institutions, could ile their certli - ernes witi th- proper officer and fix a.limint o their capitol, extending it to the amount now namned ili theirold charters, or even carry it beyond. 'rPte nominal capital ofthe Banksn thlis stan e is now sevenly milli.ns, while tihe eapitol paid up is bnt fifty-nine. Let no limit be fixed to asscitiuns of capital upwards, but let one hundred thounsand dollars be the lowest point. As to the hills at present in circolatin, thov could be easily provided for under the genorral law. Let the eororaotions now organized be an* sweralle for their redemption and make it imfera. tive on them to call their notes in. If any ons of the hanks do not choose to re organ izo ounler the general law within a certain time, mnake it the du ty of the state ofi-ers to proceed against it for hreach ol coltrnet in suspending specie payments. l'i. very passage of a properly drawn up bil would sion place our banks in a position in whicn 'hey would be unable to injure their debtors, and the comnlmu nie, while tceir future operations being guarded by the inflluanee ifennpetitio would b, fir the public gliold. If ally doubt he feli as to the operation faenuh a law upon the circulation Il Bank notes, let to ha renmembered that o the t ufl'.r in gsof the community would soon be relieved by the issue of notes secured by the pledge of stock, eor prpsrlrt, for enoital now renrlered unavalable by the eourse of the Banks would, upon the enact. i.ent ofa general Bank law, immediately find ite way into the market . This is what ought to he done, and that pee.di ly, for' the real object of the banks in getting Mr. Lockett's bill through the I.egialature is, evidea ly, to grind down, oppress and punish'such individuals as may have been oanoxious to thenm during the past per od of suanspension. We would be more charitable to the-n,if we ceuld be, lut we are cowm uolled to unmask them, and abhow to the pubie their real facee. New Omleans and Nashville Rail Road. When wepenneed 1l- article on the .ubj.ect l the general lanw relative It intern#l improvemente, in the Legislature, we arte nlot aware that bhe SNoelvil e Rail Rotad Company had prepared and were about to suhmit a plan for a Bank on the principle il the free Banking rystem, to expedite the aonstruction and completion ol this great no einal t, ork. The plan will be developed tn a few e days, pr jeered on tilhe basis of property as ithe i. pledge security of the capital etock on which a at hoIking capital is to be raised, without any piec. Sniary aid front the State. Thia is in feot appl, er ing the free banking principle io a single cbhjet ,iI internal inlprovemnent. There can he no ihjee. tl it Is ti thought to passing it. The Bank 'a to e. he so conneced with the Rad, that it is Ii lmake - Ille necaslary advances froll timne Io timoe, as It i progresse, and the road oil the other hand is Il ie deposi with the Bank tlte proceeda of its incume nfrom tlanuportalltnl, Irright anld passengerT to I lllet lhe intlerest ad advances made. The pro. ,u joctaeelms feasible and promitses to effect u grear ,e public improiments without burthening orember an as-ing the State in saly inamnner. S l'his project will n,-.cotfliet with the general us law in relation to internal iiilmr veltelellt ichm I mase been submitted to the Legislature. It dea e not require of the State to appropriate mot.) at nr atptlh State nmealn, but only to gives eorpora'e tprivilege and State credites, based ,on a pledge and lmortgage of inninulahbered real estate and atm.ek, which will produce tile means to car y tio and a0 ebmplerethe Rail Riad. ed Jfairs al WuohitngtlJ . Owmng to the irrenatl r dsity lthe nails we have lints m ews of the proree,+l inga l Congress At our lanest dleh,l however d that body wasbumay in ferr tisng oln the currupliol Is the admnintstralial. II its a d l.loe damllning ad d'aclosurerare making Int relation to tine otnl, n y ton of the Secmrtarv of the Treaurve, Mr Woi,d m bury, with soma of the delault ig uoitere. That ie has been guilty of grUt. tualversatiun in the rurs um, .. onire in several inetances, I already disclosed, but' especially in ctntinilg tol issue Treasury notes, heoringan interest of6 per cent, wheln ehe g.verne. ment hald severll inllliol to its credit onljte books "Mr. Biddle's Btlk. These itallrtur we herl, -just thrllug t to Iliht; and .thers,atIl more as. letli:ing are whispered to exist, while tile whiil meimbers ofIuCngrees ore in hot pursuit, and will no doubt, in spile of all the oblerales thrown itn the way by the govrnvment gentry, search out the game. There was never, perhaps, so corrupt an adninistration of ,gvernmlent in modern times, as that of the United States at the present time. We trust that are the present Congress dissolves on the 3rd ofMarch next, lmany of the exiatllg corrup tions will beezposed,and that the people will be Senblh d to see the horrid abuses of the men whom Sthey have elevated to power, and that they will hurl from office every incumbent who upholds and participates in the wicked corruptions and meal t practices of the day. * LEGISLA' IUKb I ROCEEDINGS. SENATE-January 21. Mr. Derhigny moved to take up and consider the resolutions submnitted by him oin Thursday last, and made the special order for thila day, relative to the custody and safe keeping of the public money of the Uni'ed States; the currency and a Notilont a Bank; calling upon our senatore andsrepearnta lives in Congress.in effect, to vote against the suh treasury scheme In every shape, and for a NI A iounsl Bank. as a safe depository of ilt publie money; the efficient fiscal agent of the governtment and the regulator of the currency. Mr. Winnlll t vrdt to postpone thei resolutions ton a

luture day, which was opposed by Mr. Derbngn) and rejected by the following vote : Against the postponement, Messrs. Armant, Briscoe, Brow, Derbigny, Ducros, Dupre, [luo, IIrinrc, and lThibodaux 9. Fr postponine, Mu.ars. Bossier, Downae Penn, Seott no Feliciana, and Winn, 5. So the motion to postpone was lost . Severnl a-nendmentt s were proposed rnd rjetet.d and the first reoluttn was adopted withntt n division. Afrtr considerable discussion, all the resolutions tionlly passed the so.are by the following vote. Fit t!. n-Ml.sers. Armart, Briscoe, Brow, SD rhipnt, Ducros, Dtupre, Hlon, HiiLrtt and Tnlt, 1 deanux.--.\allst the, Messrs. Bousier, Downs, Pee,' S,, tfttFleintna and Wint, 5. t We shall nolice these Important ratsl, tions furthlir wtten they colnme lobe acted on In the Ihus . They passed the senate by a declded whtg pulty r vote. [RIoported for the True Amerieaa.1 HOUSE OP REPt'REEN 'ATIVES. Janusry 1. The house met pursuant to adjournsmeot. Leave of absence was granted to Mr Pugh. Mr Dehelle ,no presented a petition from II. A. Tyler praying to be Ilowed touengae his name. lelbrred ton a, special comniittee, cmpopu-ed of Messrs Debelleone, Locketi, and Trelpaynier. Mr I)ebllleone also presented a petition fromt II. Ba- t garly pruvine fr the. plivilege of keeping tI lerry on thl Aschnlpalin, near Bayou Doglize. Referred to the colnl. tIeeo o Internal Improve,;ienls. Mr Patt.r presentsed the mmormral of llsndry inhabit ants of othe pris of t'aroll chaLrging Felix Ilworth parith judge of said parish, with' extortion, corruption, and other acts eontrary to low and mourlity. IRelerred to a eonan:ittee composed of Mleoers C. M. Conrad, Preston Rstchlff., Dunbar and Mute. A petition from Daniel Wahbury was refosed it lite committee on finance. A petition of tlandry inhabitanto of Corrllton praey. ing foat an acnt of incorporation, was referred ton spe Gcil cosil.ttee composed of Mlusrs i'eston, Gars:i and Claibort.t. A petition of Dominique Gaosel praying for divorce was referred to a special e"-nllittee conoeed afl'3'aear, Ratclife. Pilhot and Wardowortlh. Air (Gairin presauted reslutionllll which ws adopted providing for the appointmeat of'a joint eonlmittee to examile into tihe condition of all the Batks. "Mr Lafores.t p e d. . ..te.l tw,, ptitilon fro(n the police judlciary commio er. Mr I.ewit presented ai resotluion which woe adoapted, requiring the State 'T'leasurer to report atn estli.n l.4 thle proiable revenlue and urrent expenses fol te State, fir the year 1839. Mr Ctlablrae r'aportel a bill grabtlilg a peallion to J. C. Rea. Iad abr the filat time. 'lhe Speaker laid l.leloe the Ilouis resoa.litn.i Idopt ed by thile Council of 3Municipality No. 1, aplroving of thae bill presented by Mr Hoea, in the Senate, lir the purpose of granting caditional poweoso th ie MaloaJr. Referred to tile coiimmittee counlosed ut the deloegatio of New lSTleons. A petition from Roger, a deaf ute, suggelingi tile es tabliaslnmnt o an institution for the deaif and dauib, was relerred to the committee of propoiitiuns and griev. asses. ar Phelps introduced a bill amelning the act creating the parish of Caddor. Read fir tile firs time. air Rateliffe introduced bills increatsng the oolllpn., sation to juras in the parish.of West Feliclnnla, andl reating two notaries public in said parish. Read for first time. fI r Mouse presented a bill for tilhe relief DI)mingo Can sales. Referred it. the committee appoiated on the pe. titioan of said Cns.ales. Mir Paedras introduced a hill granting to Van. Wickle the exclusive privilege of keepihg a ferry between Paint Coupue and St Fancisville. Read for the first Mr Gaibani moved to reconsider the resolhtion ap pointing a committee to examine into the cltlditi,,n t each hank. The resolution required five lembers fhr each carimittee--there are lti banks-there were but 50 memtbers in tie house. It would be bhtter to puot malmbers on each comnmittee, and thus 48 members would fill all the committees. Mr. Brashesr unsiersiond the resolution to re quire the appointment of only one committee for all the banks. lie considered this as amply aslti. etlen. The appointment of a member if a num. brrof commisees was thie cause of considerabln delay in the information to he affrded to the house. A single committee would act with more Spromptness. Thle fact is that committees of in , vestiention sent to the banks, are always forced after all ti accept and report the staitement made Sby the banks themselves. Why then so much parade. Why oIt at once take shoi statctemints. i'lThe conltmitscs could not thlemselves tnlke oat T he stlulnntse-they must bha lurnished by the Iianks. Mr. B. had confidence sullicient in the fllicersofThe banks to believe that they would Senot make. out lalse astteolentl, &:e. M . G.tu nnie, a!ithugh he had lull eonfidence in the individual inlterity of the offccrrs o threr corporations, rcould notI gie a uonCientloa voIte, unless he hadt the report of an examlnititon ,y cotmmitree. lie knew h..t committees could not do the i ork thltroghllt y hut to a certain degree their exlminttiion ifflred guaornttes, and lie wiel. ed it to. e accomplished as completely as possi ble Mr. Ilr:shear observed that it wan important Sllt I'b tloml nittiee should relportt without dtielay; ir thie hanks at present cuave no cieo otidltitlotnus tilderplre xrt ol awaiting tlhe ctionetlf the L-ttt. Istore. In the roean ie tie h erupt were layingt it, tile wnrehouues, and could nl loteerl itl plr A I'tr somtne dl.eullnry discussioin tile amellnd l t propserd by iMr. tnltellni asl aopillteld and lle Special llcommlnitltes were appointed to exall,ile tut lihe ttdlitiitn of the (trphalu Hoys Asc lum in the city ut Lafayette. tlhe Catholic Ay)'unm lot Orphans Boys at the BayIlsu St. John, and a eom miiei to examine tIhu affails ol the Nashville Ri ail Road Compallny. Th'le bill to amend tite charlter ol the city of Ln fnyettle.cme up at its 3d rceding. Aftir lonte progreas therein, and erveral amendmlents, thII house adljo ureid. Cruelly.-'i'lhe Clourier ,I last eventin trea.ed the Ie ,r Iellow who was shot on Sunday night, mist cruelly. It not oily wounded him mortally, but had hitt arreseed and ent to prison! We quelie e very words : ''Ain inldividlll was ablo lailt llgh, lsupposed molrlilly, about I2 o'ileck, ij ai cofeehouse, in hlle vicinrty of tie St. Clirt.'e Thealre lht a Spaniard: Hle was ilil ilately ir restedl and sent i ljlla."' Now, wr . nti II truel, Ssaoy the Irast of it, It halve the poor unfortun.tle suffer' lodged iti jlatl after he had been mortally wounded ! sy an The Opelousas Gazette contlain the procedings ofr several public meetings on thie subject of t'le Achafa Iava tRail Ro.ed, which is to hIe lun from the Mti-sitesilt - river to tpelousus. 'TIll IatSieos urged lir Ith COll steuctionul the IRoad, lire sul'l s tult strike every senoiblomaun. The aid of tihe Legilatuce ij aslked nnd the dtuntors and IepresetUc l tahe of that cct.. which is most materially interested in tile wollk htave b!ot re quested to urge the propicety of the nconsure uponi the Legislature. GOVERNOR'S HORSE GUARDS!! SA MEETING ofthe Company will he held Thin 'Evening, ''uesctuy 2cidl January, at tile Ex change Hetel, at 6 o'cck. I'. M. jan'2 JOIIN GIIBSON. 0 h New Orleans &. r.as*htrhill Ral RIoad Co. ANNUAL ME'I'EINIG FFTlIIE STO'KIIHOLOEItS. Jotnmurv 21st, l't9. S T an annual mretinc of the elhto clcet,, heIld in S -i purunsoe of tler Bia section of tIe Clarter. u majority ,ftle stlekhol 'era nont tenE pcrrent, the elec lion was prottottol until We oesdnv, the 5dit inct., at a6c'cthck, 1' Mi. JAAIES II CAIoDWELI.., , ., jal Poresident CIWMBIN A citU;ALJstS OK1· I( NOUVFSLLE. ORIEANS. .T NASH VII.LE,. As.,lmblec auneelle dtes Aclinnlire.rl A U~rNV naermler. elei'. tlle dits reinllnuirc.a. j vll 1. quee per In sctio. 8 de in charte, une inlmiorite I qe r a pctirlloln ire ll'etnll I)i< preehlt, I'eleLtion est rell vuyee au Iiiercredi , du i'i:i r lp.e t Il'hlnule~c i i . e re jtreird-2cPredieid e 't. P rtl'.ela Al:,.ill ii(i , , o p1 pe r le I L prizref e.ll Ille irst day, esider semllelr prizes. ja.,-:. - 'I lE R F tl Ib)L bl . wl i\ KanI--'I that **Tihn~wR * hive j.su rl-:iivrcd ii hir.n & orllntS- rl' rkriiririr Le, lire cid redly erpeiir.vhclii, lihe il cellrr li cei1 (l'. II. j·.z2 1t IROWEIL t (:l. 17 (Cci,11)at I!i '1It lJiiL I L'lI,[I 0 II'tEtl]icric n'oltl~iegc we~lirrh la, ire "lie inho ittelll, it hi I ui . iiii e wiill have enugh I o do," but it; app.'urs lit an Mr. I)e.vi, , of -, m I kle nt, ing. oas tkekr uIIin hIihl't f l to lllke s .lmnik , iri r.i - ard IIto a oltlery tikeir, wir'chl ill ilnv rei pec( t WanItI that llol. impll) )rlalhl Orf i in.redi t-tlli m-- r llh lnud whlll i IOrer Io be regretted, is cllcularted i iljllre o. lllllH I innl o eaorlh ilflrIltircll clrll tlhublieii, cud oI irn aci Of mterejtllii'e rio ilr. (ir.cllri' I dielel it prlpeler tio t ke lhr. l)llllWill: nlulleln'·t ill" filll·l.: Ah m. I.. d'v* dillCO whlil? 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(l'kPII~ le Ir.11*11Pl /P' HII.Olflt.'{ andll w , iro l the r e ir e uti iiLi, etr i ht orde lr ill aibiti rice nullUl ber. wi ,re, dr, wii, hv ii lrieili ri w i tin "i l / lhnpllrl·l~ Iln l h vlld n *l~ld h'llllIh Wlicr, naI e l),"ll II. sel~ke Itll~r I lllllld~l.ii ii,,,l ,, il m b h.]iIii et, l k S"Ud e orlllne--ikce itiiieicii llceIhi Irile ill[llllilculiihll i elread ot foiurti k1lld w i ;a ih ick plksi- nii, ie tII taev , thi cl" l l on hl1(,c t l ill E cllh I w itth ·.II IlI t'.i. li~rvg, r, Ih, Ilil-lalrl· illlll \Illil'l) lie ilnl/~ het',. h I.. Il'. ~ l Iv,. lf Io IheP ill.]iVIIIIIl- llll.I.e e rlihl'rrdl. j~io. W ith)Ill idl'itvittllll llllllPl·5y (11 l)llr~lOI-* wg ich riflrct in ii r 11i1e1ti illllirllll reliti lniei i IiC hii ic'ientdct ofil cee, li. iiiii, InlinIllld lilec dirlle .ik onfciic it ekll ii ,bcw i l i. i i'iiith iitin ]i lith, tickrt ,lll lc l llr e hl II Ii ii'll tll dc iii' lh Ji i 'ii t, ii III1I ,dr ll n I lhe l III Ite etillh ll'.r,'llilrA ' lh lll y . 1"11 * rIelIIIed · hirl i hllccl Iiilv' iiolc.itl-PIiy I har e leli ellr d lllll ll il ll lllll l iliclei ihu' di hll e IIIIlhIcr iiliiu'( lir ,)' ieiik,. I IIIi . ie lhii theed fom i u nIIIe tlltled(ll which hIave be.. Innls hIv Air. I)a. ti-' It ii ii iill (illiion htI i1 ll ly iill l ei i ii ii •I t h nl; o i|'t:.ll l nr Onll ll{' or h fort-r ci li " li*I n c llc l II, rI"- -,iiiit- Ill h 1,l' 1 I ' tlll \111 n1 111 Ill I)LIllthlt-.; II (. I ltlk 'l. us co.l· r lnl e. l i> we: volnL sh tltrtly +h,-I' \wr it :' r;l llt, l" I lhl'l'.~l ill IIIlln.Ph ( r h +1 loi'lllll·. R, I)1+1.,i I, liP i ell', ic,. . ll \ I: 'I\.,U a ,,:.It, lii I "l'hl, ilul t) 't. t'lllllllnlllhl.U iI Y . olll \ 0../ i "!. x illrn arl i pui'lhlicic by tih, olir, qf the plci.t-('lllnlIcien It I Iclll cr i c hti rcL l rclll i--lll* i t1,11. wi!ll ' it Oc1ne ' alprl cl. a'lo line fee·lin:·i that actuatedl MIr. Da~rki in mak~ning ie I rLlell titicienti--elli,.i ofierl'y nIcc maci rl,. Ir. ,~2 n - " J (; (; ;Ot ,. 13,0001 Ctpital P'ize, 'l'w,. is only $4 00 GRAND STATE LOTTIERY. Nos. 2l, 44, t1lht,tr h ('ll CI C tl P l'oze of $:3,00U D)ranwillng of ilia h, frnTh] Smola I.nttcrv CI,,,, 4. 03, ,I, 70 53, 24, "1:1, 61;, 18u. 15, 10, 31. - L S S N o . 6 . A la ril e ,I rb y tI, L. . g isvi t ire o f " "27 811 Prizes. unountntm to $192 3:3 Tickets $1 10--1a1ves 2 010-Quarters I 111. 1lPackages f'25 Tickets Ior $1110, ,0wrr3teId tOI drw Iat Iloll) . I'u6kkae.,f 511 5ul" JTicz0u3s $.(0 wa ,anted to drl|aw, at le ~lrl $ II I. I' lkage+lof _5 .)uurler l'ickets $1500 U wnrrant,d'4 t o',Inw at lr $30 UO. For packages of wi.ugleI ticuK.I0,[ly ! 1It thI. jan.2 1 10 113 r'1 es 1 TO 13IE Ult\iN TiNllS D[AY. Tie fIilowinu aue th11 draw ,1 lllnbers of the Louis isn' Lottery, 1Clus 39, tar 1,:019: 14. 1, 73, 3, 43, 62, 31, 39, 2, 20. $12,001) \I'TAL PRIZE. LOUISIANA l OTTERY.J Authorized bv Act of' LPgis1at1e. (1 aOIltOr XLI11, pasted 2Melch 21. 1124, (Cl.: O, 11, fiur 33111, to re drawl on' u,. ,dly, Jal. '1111 139, at 5 o'cluck,l '. ol. ,tilhae ,f1:hanul, [llutel, st. Charleu st. D. S. GILE~iOI.Y & Co. S1lnoce,+ors toI YATES McIlNTYRE v" Co. 75 Nuomlors-13 Drawn, Ballots. GIlANI) SCIIEME. Prized amounting to $1.l Tickets $4 01 I la1ves l ? 00-Qulnrters 1 I0 Packages 5 01ic ' foa $11111. Pckugo of 25 hnI ticketo$50 III). 1.,e1.kat ,It 45 Q,,,,r ,,1 icr. ts, )r $25 00. Fr, P'okaoesor ,i-let ',ickiks,o IpplI 3t D. S GIlE1UIY & Co, Ihe ,lun ,rs u, .flic, jnn'-'2 1,C lsm, -x o4'm t Ic I {O)N & v \VEIY,8. (;r;vl:r s ACO.\ SlD)ES -59 Ibhd . Cia-inbuts ( ured, of su peri.r qualiy, hlrt sle. Ii y itn S'I'E'I's$IN S .1' VEI:T, 88 Gravier at I) ACII Bi. IN!lII, lai ix bh I olde.dsit.de, l, or I e.i by LE1,1.D & i.AI(S'l')\A, jal;8 7 Ilank Placie A Mle+ Beef il store, non fi. anle rby jnI8 J TII ' itYEI & Co, 74 Pov",rncit eRK.i !+. l,' +'-- lli:w.c Pork x i and . eel, I.l t..ce s[pectioul in store and Ift- antl tly j: 17 (I D00.s1WY, New L.eve' L UUINVII.LI BANK C11 L:I .-- 'ibc'k on the Tl Bank of Louisville t, lr i1511 Cflr nule hIv dI - I'i'I'i()N & AVERiY, 8 (il'hvir sit T TII L.:\lIES--.\ttkiu. d'a li.latulo.f,,I r~ moving ,uperfllltir hair front the fate, nieck nod atllutl with eqtl l oaf ly Hiid rlarltdillnty, leavilg Ithe sJin finer alnd wteir thxi bort e ihllli oppliallon. A lIes i supply jiu-t rceived at s1he Bnazar. ja I IUSlII & .lIEN, I, Exchln, e Ilotel, car St ('hnlil.B & collllllln .t (t'(JU IN IL-N lt L b. toot rooms, at thL Irod . lg, r sle by u 1SEY, jal.i Nos I. lce mm .)IedY I II.-It I bhL-. l ulm g ir l . s lim r %i l ' F 'r'nIl h, hit l.i bly .; , ) lei .Y . 09lVI 41 no1Tw a Sto r Ic I " ) ..lIE 44 Ne . "eI r I'U~ t on, t d kicl . i L u O VNnilli 1"a" S le ,ll x l ii to it Hoist t Itcpil, tl :o'I T .halpill xlnha st I'he ,.e .1'. ~(I NI, : lxi..-II. cIcl einoh-lxI iz.ct1,i , -irlml Lutll on, eL n 1tloi by j'..I 11.E.1I) & BAIIS'I'iWB,7 Bank P'iace. l j_ _ Iltlli & IIA t,",TOW, 7 hix.k Piice )I -.1 Vi l'.i) 1. --i'i1 liý -rw hluii n 1. 1.t Il n .lp i x ..clr, xwill be sold very low, I alplied r. mmedinPel pv. j•,rlr' Io be supcclxlic ,. o ?lil" c.cr .tT..d, i, hi.., xixarket. ,a I EW ILAWIV u Ia itl.S;--A 'L'renllluii oIIIhe, Ih'r,1llet ' I(llrt l ll" I' ' W 'Itxx cRx t)oilt~cit coi orders; by Joll'l $ydl. v .. , i l l.e Si I'.rk'ull. fie, ill 2 voll,ilvc.- J '-..tret ilv, d. '.dhr c ali hb jx18 :11.1":\ 'i' 1V .I I "Cccp c1I Aix., just r''riVe, tCooki, .._.' Src . ic i to tile 30( EMKII"I'V Itd.. and I -s e,, I, r ante 9. v IIALI L& Itl{OWN, j ja' ' !f ' 1 x ale zin tti jeIITo' 'Vclvet ItLd-(Iot x Itccgllc' ion L` sale iv (;, Co, St Ciarles at, t.3 " Exchuoge hloel Caanem St. Theatre. lIEN '!FI I' OF lIR. \ ILLI A U..N. "Tills 1:IV EIN, .1 IN. 22?, WVill itarfirmt.d.the Iauntitu ni le, Iy ci the 1 RUTIH; OR, A GLASS 1 00 MUChl. Albert, lII Fre'dcerieke. alina, , Mrs Barrett. A The Interlude will follow, ol the Ci DUMB BELLE. l To conhldle with the Drama of PRESU MPTIVE EVIDENCE. Duke Dorgan, Mr Williamson. A In ite. et~rseeol the evening, Mr Willitamon will C ling tle 'RoIse ufA lattile,' l-Daw the Sword ul Scot lndt,' A liYanikeh siip and Yankee cew' antd Hope, the sailou'o Anulor .' iMr E FORIIREST Ihas orriveddue nolilee will be gi en ul hiti First Appearance. E Dress and Masquerade Dalls. MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. NIW LEVELS''REII', I netlintly in front ol llthe snlloal hnal laot indin. The alnove ,establish ment will te re-tlteted i Sdatdovo eVeting, to.2tl, 183'I, for thl Pneason. IBa1ll doy. Sunday, u'I'euldav. ndT'l'hursday. .Said estittlishltel t will be lurnis.led witllh te ehoiest liquors, and a good Restlurat will be anttelted ito it. l e,tnaers of taid establlshmenlt halve enetaged e ttcint Police tIllie eo kere; gol ordetr throughout b to le rallishment; there will he a place to del sit eltohtt. couee, Ac. No pr-or, shall be. ntltillued in the tall litom with weapons oufany kind. S(),\P-0l ouxes toloulds' antd Ithhii' No. I "oap oin ttoe fur.e tit h ' I'HAYlER & C, j0l6 74 P.ydlh sto t OSIN-18tl barrelntoj tst.re antd or i'de hv S jnlli J TI \Y'lhIE &: Co, T7I Poylras e t `PERMSI 011 -.1(110 galls. Wineor Strained a wr I tilt or sale by S IhALL & R iRtI e N, jal6 96 tl\lgnzinea ti YL(\TIII(i-- cte ontinel titt nts; l"-- do- corle lnnel Shlirts, fors e1 by j1t6 S.II . & IIIIOWN. tt llO\VN . zitto tl l4 iH) liox- Sotp . l1etchmtn's leradtl, landintg lroo elhi I C'tt obiit 0 lttit, for si ttlde y j" " u11tIlA1 I A. Itt ll V.I N,I .ii 11talzo ile t. .OH1 N V. CHILDS, SENGRAVERL AN') COPPEII-PIATE PRIINTEIR, No. 3. Camtp St. S l.l+ v eoeoe elad pri, . n It rdor, h oudt ote. Iiln. s h of excha0 e,, i le iof ollfdo g, d lloeoe , m.rau ii~v;21 MIE ''AIUIE JOCIKEY CLUB RACES. e p In 1 \1 eduer day, 27th \I Ll lch, and continueou live : 1.11·* SN\V OHLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!!! PU t uy, 1:3l 11. ,' 1 . \. ' i I.i. 72 1" Pnitir~ lrl ll·, 1I lu du tme \ m, I 'I"II I: 1i ) ll \' \11'.: 1',1 11' (l1\ 1'1'1;1": "J,1,1 r 111 U!!! II U' h f , 't' I I U!!"1 .1 1\,11 '9 1 Of 11iI. r '·, ~,. O, I~u,.., ,uul In.! 7't.~e n 7u r ,ý I1,1:1:;.11 :: ; 1~ ," h i:.e;.1 ,,, ,h, ,'I, ,1 1lI .I (·illlil (',.III I,: ·\ II , ,,11? , . n ",". I,!1 11 I1 Il ,'l l,,'I , ,'1 11," i. I rl I1 \1~~ lflII 111 n1 I'" 11 I ". 1 Illllllr(·l 1'. W (II1 I U! ll I ·, ·)11 I~I I· III·I I/' th.-o y,,,~ · ...~,~. I.,..,,, U Ilir I''!,, ,' "I UIr'UU' Ut11i I,. 4 '11 . \ "1 . . I 1'rl 1 · ," ) nt 1 I... I.. 1 . .1 ~1 II u", , U1 , :11,I,1 in Urood ' of A I . l1K Krrp , ..It. l "r tI 1I .., ginlyIse ni' l or 1 ,, d, I : n,.1 o lS, to ,nult, nu dyd ngr men( fi lte IN. , ,MlO er dot h i+ li ., Nno." gi IIyedole Im Ibll(·IIInu a- Ili :. 1\l 1 uud LJll,,,l . l~· , 1 leer addressL IA K ( , not. by I' I 7121. &, 1I1Ydd C7 ) Fori". I~nl C ltlmMul-e Ba, '. ll vrr descripS um, for Su V S ),I~ io.o. 11.1. "'21' 'n J,10 0 N6 711 Sl V' lIP. , `21 -n , J OSI" Ll' 11 \1'11' ino* I'mndon 7,e It I. (llo 37 l"n ;' no.1;" Ii,,,,l.\ii i it. Pvh( 1. ' . un K.. 011r00 u l 0 0 ý I kl'g.. nponi n' sit. Il ondker chI·, o fl ho u c , Inoi 5151.) 1:'. 514. Les -I'b1 n,,i,- unil - A Is u 1'u d r :1.- ,'0 k1eg n o rtin, I'owd r, P (II sale .li ie·111 11 .1 I·+ · S & 11'111.1'.'r RT11,.,67 r,'lll~l- IU `ý ON alrllll W lln l'l'lllpS ese·r /)IIy ill eum III. A\1\(; 0 1 A. 7llln" ,I ,,k 1 I Il\ f": , T S11 , on o V. 1 , 18:16. The si' I~ll,-r riher rPi;,ne o--ls II) eo of aidns' AIKX~. 'IIIWAII, -111 Cnlnp on Woodwo rth, .1 .lime it said .I1n' g 'a Uiml. I.. u I.-n , in the m l~ll t1 1··ill of ~ l.llel'sr , Ilur IIII Cr. a tae city of rc, lr llrt, whil( ll, pel(·in. I cull IH IIIlllwl as hr has a~l ll.rdisol o d igof n1w gI f,,I .t· a IuI, n n i I ..I'old e ion. sh , e b .a , I, on ,nh,dns hnI- utiogoi.n use o. -nIesln c, an A l I p e r d u(( d e siro u s of p u r r h t ilt ng , 1ll0 1 1 0 a o It' 1 861 wh e ti 1 1 a nl,srril~e o an ; found . j.ju19- II- LI-- , I 1V1. Ii Ion. Alw s.o9 I,..r Ice i. I -..1i nor ,1no byh ALAX VIl)l F~Fn~Itt i9Cmp IYI I(")11. 8.\1:·--16 n 111 u l~n ni aI.on.i '.'1 1~I:i pocnlnL.nn,-o45ln1lokPnoo (ll\RD--~50 I'~ C I~~l I.~li-\nr·I'n~ II.,.. I..larblp.. l aII oi4.11 ll. Nor IN, t le e* I. mach aecunei al! tr Il n t m rl ; Ihrrn ."Ir llr It iltv dra ins >0e -gurok n 1, pllO.,", ononuI n', innp-eu no Mnifer medium and loyal wnnltlgIlr~ulul of w rlllll wi;ll he sold (Y OSHI '.N t I'' 1'"; IF-I VE) I . II I' Io2I -a hu de '0 ,31 Ont nein. 11811 n IIinlatte, F Lin nrLudinnn-ki,,,-,u Ie Inn thes-scrbe n. o9-fIs 5IinI -- --- ------- A i do It I'(.), I.,11.x-1 111.. n s nuk , co Iu j. a l ii. Inigadr lr . ,n lokn ,y ,j il) 1 111 01 EN n .Il. 1.o 1..i !I jn NI9 ti IN11(SI nn( , Iii .(. . s i pN.'dnn oo 00)loll0 n ,nnlnt ol day i $8 1. 1 pielt arrvl, accurding to the m. ll; te bker It IIP give do.lUI V, l. - · ' , 19 C . .: 4 1 ' anin, 1 i?, i' Used '('n ::x. !2'::llo : n u I n-, lynor .., nw ie l l Iit VI 'IEt 7 & ja 1 N 1 t to e s 1.13 1 ' Ia n eosn 01 L O N ) N e mhdllr r e ii1,u1 - a e ea Ke In Beaumont dll, I'Ict D.i.I tl, I I v lol rH! II donl S ir 1Villiual B T nnI,lc n4 ". do Fall, Pe 6.cu, 13111, zine ti St. Ch.arles Theatre. 7111 appeu'rance tii. IsiellI i' IIl C1Iloted \11-s I.:II.iisN 'lTRE. This l'r',sting, Jttu try 2-, Will be pLrti.illlfel the Plly of ION. Adrstue, Mr Harrison, tlrea phlu n, Deber, I'hu~csnn Pues, Son, A iss E lleIn l're, Clenloathe, Mrs Plamer. An Overture by the Orchestra Grand Pas oeul, by Mad'le Ravents To conclude with the new Piece of 'I URNING TlHE TABLES. Jereminh Rulmp, Mr. Browne, Jack IHumplhrie, FinT , Edgnr, Debar. -ias Knibbs, Atrs. Pluter, Pultt, Harrison. WASHINGTON BALL ROOM Dress & Masquerade Ball, St. Philip etreet, hetween Ryoal & Ilturbon. /11IE Mnoger of lite anove tmeJ lhl It lnRoe,grale - ful to hts frienl, and the public line the utparal. elled ultrllnage bestowed olt hilo lorseverai seasons, respctlfulle ifolbrta tIeiil tihat Ile, eselalihment haes been eilnlged for Ihle amusemllent of visitor,. and on dergone illllelse reopairs. Thel bar will be arpulser bv ellane ill quality ol iquoreas d Ihe lealetnolrul ill be keptl by thle arlest Ilestlurulr.r int tie Utitedl States. The'l l0 will roe-,ll Oen l on Slllrday even0 g, 3rd of Ncovrl wr Ilext. Ibyt a GRAND DI)RI.S & MASQIUERADE BAILL, alid will take plate as usual eryer Monday, Welles day andr Sat rde tveening, I!urin the senon,which will alnd tlf the ft of tMay, 1139. N. It. IThe ernlnest altteltinn wilt he pid to kbt' ing perfect order throughtout tile eahbiiishmeant, as wal doens last season. o,'t24 NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE RAIL ROAI) t COMPANY. NEW AIRRANi:EMENT. Fl lllU I.oomotive will leave the Depot at thell foot of lII alll strret,everr din at 8 A. M1. an1d return at 4 P. M. eXl00l0t Sll.tldayt wlletl site Cilt ]D ii t Reurlll 8 A, M. 1'2 . i1. ' |e stffllfci,-i. . ill he seatI idn till road oul one day's. /prv 0111 u otice. Sjl_, 1819 JAS It ('A I)WEI.I., Presildent. CO'TDTON CIIICULAILS n 83 I'RIN I'E) u ilh the (;relestl .perdlion, and r in a style ,tserpessued ill NtEW ORLEANS, or else OI;II.S /l aft C 'sIPrte ilt-ot iT. S. ('rlee Es llhntle, (Coner if (toIrair St. ) or at T IR U R AMER IR ICAN "PRIN TING OFFICE1,, c IrIr IItu P ,sire an.d St Charles StreIt , till be promptly atllendcd to. Dec. I-ti ]r3 ACON .StI DE-fa hhctdt Cincinnati, curaed in natr I7 and forsaleby Ti'L: 1'5t)N O. nVi.tl jil l88Giravier at STEAM BOAT BILLS. . \VNI N\ I, AIlt.NTSI , or T Il'AINS of.'ITEAM 0-J IT.v'1 rean have their Bills struck of, in one or more Colored Ilnks on Plain or Colored Paper, with Sdespatch, and on favoralbD Terms, by leaving their O),lot.ts at'l'ltUI': AMEtIlICAN OFFICE, corner of Puvmdras nd St. lCharle s treets. E l2 P 0 11. - 5-0- 0 -- -" u l , w inler ntrn hne J .p..... n. il, jant "i.cr'iv, nod for sole b jail' j .i 'a" Kt. &Caot8 Front Levee e.\alt tlXI->-'--5l1 iolh Ino ne of ur on,, nInut. L ' tfhture, farr uprior t tan h a I ,_ne'li.ll, fr .ale by tj ti t S LOCKil. & Co, 8 Io unl .l ree 1 1i h Is . ":A )--5oli0 kegs, ao I i. ime, I~or Wa e , y . Lti'Kll i 'o Co, junl8 8 Flont .',ee at Illimnk (imetIe, Hillm of Ladin.g, Amuction Hills, I'amphhletS, Sho'w bills, Cant logues, A'. Cr. Lj'ttil)Iti: for the .lboae, anad every other des. criptio"uf . i'tli' I'aI il 1 receivetd at Cotintlhng R noo: af"l'IIU ' A Il lt lLItaN,' in Nr. CHAlt.ta En c(,.ut.Icp:, :td e dor frn tiravi' r athrtelor att the I'rinting Olier, corner qf I'todra- and Si. ' har.es streets. l xhtsnaire 111ent eautlildtli Joo and .Iol Iu"eU ST fronm the best I'Poutris ,itn Ihe ,'o.itd ~ Statet' , hare just "rbeen add.led to the already trell.//stocled Establishmelnt; -- tt Il aI rill b' crea tild, oes I no, as (heapl--, Ir ll'ie,'l mly ania d I ·litnliten ll.l, atn t "t' miter t)llil ( i ,'l, (tih.I & '-'', e / in I' -ity. " t t11 11; :1:, I) kl -1 I ,ia I, . n4 1 T lf ; "h n - illn . . / ll itor nso ~n, al e e- a II W\r AII I% t. /ll Hi',,\I & 1t 1, .'ll,\;11( ' Iln'., I'h. 'u f ." .\' I t .le..i - II f ,,' haf Ih Ito I,,l a e J I I ane,, -I f i ca" I'm':A . I.. o...... .... dI (,P I'RI\TI'::Ii) at the sllorlr Nortile, in tIe most lrbant mau nr, w , i llh i'k or Cl'torl Ivat, -n Enamel. te, Iahie 1 lftki, or Plaih .nefit.rd C.ani , and P'ic a reryreasol' ablc at 'T'I,". A "ll'mtICAN Ofl I'I E:, corner rf Il'Pllnans a drl l t. ,71:erls t.. , M'er'n New anu I" ntuful u"Lounts of ITYPE hare just hea resledel to the Fsta:blishm,,t. IOrders ra' rieed at Conllpina g ima , St. Charles c Ert'at-.ra, 3rd ldoor from (Gavier at.,or at the a Inimting Ol.-e,, eaorrr of asl'lnta & St. Charles stre, ts. r eno ar-tf TO IMERCIIANTS. [r'MIi:itt(iIlA N ' ea. have a liAUTIaVtr, . CiRsv LAt Itstruckt " otfarttfrhoursj NoTrt'r,Fnby tgn at the Cunipling 14auool '/'ITllE Aall:IICAN IPKlnT:N; ()Orl Itr. , C. harl-ea xchalang, alsniug, tIle IIIe A I IN nell at ('orner qf travir streetl, or at the I'ilt i1'1 tIlrbi e, earner f I'oydra .,red sl ('halres streetl. , I) i' \ "t'.I will Ie m.dr on a ltilld t ts to Iol-e !"', y .1t)AMS ,'. WIIITAALl., - jll ( (67 .r el'rat jt-'ilt AIIIAIlilM lilEli , 31 Glasir ati Itt II k WAIt I). W'I'ItUNt wIt Ir"lket llen ait htlndntl Shell'si oi A ile veolliigoft 11 ilhirlei, I o poke eCt looks, (iolle red illlMlM le,o ih,' other hl k, w h gill edge) e ." sitl ins ciUilt-is viu-ahhk . l td lf.r t itt Ivtiir $4 i41J0t iiwk bl ) 'rrt cntt aindlital¢,ai in favor fi,,5 e i t ls cri. I rlnl I ,e 161, ul M tll ., 183i7 the prcis; doules olt re colete P e .l Il I.d. O.. ST MARY" MAlR'l' ErEAti FEIRYCO All personF are rtlrwll Inid otit) trade for s aid none. mllonl. tile pIIapers i t reeel d of Clh. niil e sio w urk., IVilll ,l C""., .fI $5 II. l- yileul uI llicl', as well aI sito litlle, |lils ItIe lllt Toppd. 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