Newspaper of True American, January 30, 1839, Page 2

January 30, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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Mail ltegulatloaý. The ree!d E&otrer,n.A is clsnl Overy day at 101 D'elook, A M-a-I due every day at 12, M. The r'.is is closed overy day at halr.pat to A. --It Wiith the great Eastern Mail. a Covington, La.) is closed Seacday and Friday. at 6 o'clock, A .. .caday, Thursday and Satur T .L.mel Rer iIfail is closed every Modl t.IWermsdaeJIpd Saturday, at 8'P M-Is eat au illtrned 1 mboats.-Arrives irrogu. I arl tht times L ek. T Bao Samrt or Coast nail is closed every Tusdayand Friday, at I, P M-Is sent and re turd b the ateamboat Brilliant. taoandiabr Red River N.fail is sent irregu. Irby steamboate, twice a week. Late.t Inte.. lhaelate Jaa ............la0 Waahiiton.JL.........5 N.w wbl d .............. 7 I Cincinnati, Ja ......... 9 h t. 1 do ............ 7 Iouiville, dn............ I rtId" do .....o .... .... 8 t, Iouia, Jan.. ..... a.msUeh, J........... 9 Liverpoaol, Nov...........25 Hlo=4etola le ldo....... 5 l'ari Nov ........... .. ... do . .......... mulo., Nov .......... 24 NasvilUle, Ja ........... II Havre do................25 PUt"l' 011 NEW OJlIJ1KNS4. CLEARANCES. Janary 29. "` Ship HanlrrietbScott, Rotoon, r Liverpobl, R Gamble Uhip Msasippi. oebo, for w York, J B Hullon Sa qau Esaz,Doggttt, Tfor New York, laster p brgTuaktan, sugs, for tOaseow, G Green & ro that Srig Lnas, Hallatt,ftr Havana, W. Porter at ich AImrc'Jaksteo, Milirum. for Havaona, Hligh & eo who Uchr Covla, Hitiolock, fur Galvestono J G Kj luud ' Supl ARRIVALS. . 1)e. Iteamar Norma, Hayqood. from ,ouieviln,a Mtamc Mountalneer, Packard, from Alum. oa anliatr North Alabama, Grise, fruo Vekohurg. is fwm BrDilliant, Hart.from i'luquilmine woo. Stas MonaUthFullbrton., from Ciucioti. WOO . muer Gaov. Clark, Roid, fromt Louisville. thet i Utarloek, libth. 3 days front Attknpa, to master.. still SdinNercbaut. Marstio. days from Attakapaa, to .master. aieDIdtdmp,Darling. t ds from Grand Calloon, to mn.tar. who tir GOtatoI Cobb, Darlag, 18 .day. from Baltimore, to alit Witodge 4a to 'lat boat Cotton Plant from Wheeelio. oete Flaboatttrom Maysville, Ky. ahs . EX'ORTS. finl LlFfPL. ..pnr nhip Harriet Seot.olt. 18 bleh notion, 3 An S bales woolens, o fi, baloe Jones' (uatic. NEW YOlt,..poerablp Oisistsipli..O94 bales tulton, 113 'ea -- - bribelarI. 14 tierseoa td g40 brlas rattlato, Yo 458:t Ildoe, lots dry goods., &c. Ser.barquea Esoex..315 ld., 20 tlerces and I0 brls he fI.AUCOW..pr brig T'uskan..914 hIalos cotton. gal U14VANA..per brig Lqna..1450 [erts etr. noa -.-- r sobr Andrew Jaucbasou..86l brl door ntd 10 the ootk pork e OALVESTON..pearschrCoviloe..ugartolaasn, protlsion., t dry gaoos, lothing, .o. oni ustolttO.l, ATTIASPAS. pe tltr SOtuooe,..tO brls molase,. and 501W hIt bahels corn to order. fill - - h--poeabhr lorbllat.. 10lt bblla snur and t brl meo- lsl iLnes to order. o GRAND CALLtON..per eahr Diad.t..3t hdb sugar atn ° 1,1 b.. I .olasl.. .rtla.k Watta ;i t io UBALTIMORE..per ster tIan Cabb..83th blri toor and 93U il brl oil to \YWbitridge co. pIIr RECEIPTS OF P'IODUCt. tl Lnlnville..per steamer Norms..33 pioeoe bagtngg;, cls 1 coi nope and 3 balets cotton, Loobelh & Thompson; 113 coils or nlm, 31 pieceo baggiag, halos twio and 14 kaegs lard, Lane, je, Funoi n& eolt 48 brls beef, t do tongue, 4 do pork, G Dor y; 25 do brooms and It kegsolard, Clliitpomioe & Giraudoa; 135 briloar, Cgdel & Southbgat; 50 do, owelr on board; 40 th bale oto, o on. Coor OGridlay; I5 do, Bratdor, ttcKe.not & Wrigbt, 3 do, Martin, Pieasant. & co; 76 do, Lockhart, Fern • Doegana; 6 do, M llite & ao; 2d do, llurk, Vatt Ir co; 10 pr dn. Laanreae 4& Chaluers; I7 do, Picket nd Ittoka; 42 do, IJ B D1it g 5 do, Hobron 4t Goocbi 40lo0 cabbags, 12 brht, l I ia~lfdnplakle.aa Alton..por teamner Mpuutauilleer..Lot balk pork, 57 brlo do and 8 titrces do, Layet & Alteluni; 4h8 sacks corn J B Diggls 8tIbrda pork, t811 kes nod 31 brdt lard,3 bulk tork, Mahood * 8igersou; 53 bole cotton, la tin leaan LIta. co; 8 bap ontto sened ator eaonigoen. ' c Vlckiborg..per steamer Nortli Alabama..401 bolae cootto, o Georg Ilargerot; 74 do, Bark, IVatt & co; 159 do, Iticor, jt S Hadley, Davist4 co; 136 de,, N J Dark & co; 124 do, J Ar aoas; 118do. W Bogart; 102 do, Wreight; 9't do 8 W P Oakey; 2-do and 8 coils ropne, Taylor, Gardner & co; 65ii baca cottoon, Merrofiold & I'r.oon; (-i do, lnluooth & Thomp. I, oni 61 de, Bloonet, Ferrilday & co; 61 d, Nugeut, Turpi; & Watt; A do, lobou a& Gooch; 51 do,Koy & Robort.; 50 do, M White h o; 30 do. Oueill, Dcarillg & co; 32 do, J Gidodil; 27 do, Bow - Creonsaw; 15 Ido, tterrnoo & Jeauiogs; tt do, Martin, Pleasnts a c; 7 ?do, Dubbn h & Brtlor. p Phgolimine..per steamer BrUiliant..106 brim meola·es and 35 bailonatto, Adaos & WVhltall; 15 do, J It loouchie & co; 37 di and 15 hdn tuaer, B Laudemloe & o'; 7 balet cotton A, Moon c&tma 0 do,'R aurtger; 50 do, T Luria; do, lenry e & Lnsreace; i4 do. Brend & I.lotrey; 5 do, 68 bris mololo.,,, L e Carpanterl 10 brlo dd, Prescott, Jnes o 4 co; 40 brla do, iearmofene, Brown r co; 5 do do A Pritcbard; 21 Ids " rag vJ W Stilwell. ,.i e t Cincinnati..peresteamer Monareh..71l. bret porktE00 kegsn lard and 4 drays, L.yettsr 4 Ato.aung; 30 kegs lard, 342 brki lork, IOdo whisrkey, J Lnldia " co; 71 brl llwhiskey, J Vairna & C; 2 bda dobanon, :It piecets ieat, tlt kegos lard ald tIbrin w'bibkey, G Dorsey; 192 irls pork, 1t do whiskey, Adams 4 Hartwell, 5 coeils roe,' M L Harbuisoa; i66 kegs sld t9brlalod.itl RSatey; 5 brel tard.,ubard 0 Ogoertot tyi be s oblbkey. 100 doz brooms, otlaers on board; 04 brlt wbhi key, M Maher; 7lOdo Ioddol & tatll. Lnotvillt;.per steamer Gor. Clark..332 kegs lard, P & J Ftaguon;o 113 bris pork, VV Cirode; 9 Irlo whiskey and 9 1pir smith bellows, same con.ioneen; 334 pieces bhaaig, 44d3 coils . rope and 7 balea twinoe, Foratat .k Iro; S3 pieces bo.img and ( 2 oila rope, Lambetll & 'Thomlo;a; 2IU bllt pork, A H Wallaea; 37 ball brldbeef, (C \0 inlchUbll oa co; I box books, Prescott,Joneoa4 to; I bnaiesootouli, E Ford & co; 10 do, T Barrett; ado, N d Dick & oo; 20l do. lnloson & Goo.h; 22 do, J B RtltaU; 29 do, Btrk, Watt & ca; 0tid doz0n .lictons, ownenr on board; t0 ctkl pulrk, ownar on tarod. Towed down fltataat loaded with live , ock Maysville, Ky..per t ftat'out..7i14 brtl flr, to order. Whenlits..per flalbeat Cotton Plant..378 bilt doer 27 bdt bacba, nod lot of bacou ill hIulk. PASSENGER0. Louville.. per steamer Nornla..Olvn Ely. loears. IMayo, Iaiydelt Waters,. Farmer, I' Caulfiald, Garrett. Holloand, Lum. kins. Simpson, Talbot, B Saoor. J Savoy, Robieon. Altou..per stealner loauntaineer..te r iucblanlbln, Cnpolal Gay, W Lamb, Oir Watt, 10 otern no register bkept of tbnlr ·I nm=. Vicktbnrgb ..per steamer North Alaltaa..tD MoCalC, 8 W taUsa. McGil, V N h1 eak'y, Kelly ad :t on deck. Plnoemit e..Pertteamer Brillient..J Andrewd a1d lady, missa Fnobeard, miss o lallvoo, Col J S Pre..ton, tnio0m", V Hobra, A Breaux, J B Broaax, G Cuomio, J .andry, V Alill, Dunan, E Lmatgford, Lamolert C Landry, Godborrv, D'larnel JILandry, Antinoll. TC Vughebo, S Oct:utol loob. It Iietco nie, N LaBlanc, Wad, P Uush, V Ruth, W :srltarn, P Cudy, J Laour. Cineionnati..Per teoamer tolarcb.. Madoe Carodo i Alleu, E Allen, milt Molas. Mto. Tartia, oars I til, oad 3 ehildlre, Kannar and lady, Doot Leneb. tRajo, Stoookwell, Col Oallo. . day, Ellti, WVentoo. J Priee, Judge ludd and .areant, Ctroae, H Johino. Toodar, M 'yaer, 3tarllng, Stockbouse. E Pat tlick, R.D Elliott, Jobo Bltd, Doot Plauldol ntt. MARKETS. CINCINNATI; Jlan. t. Theiiver, &c...Tbe river bhas risn very littlo more than oneafootinceour Ia.t, sothat it is t preeat lhollt 23 feet abote low watermark. The ice cooti.nus driftulg. though not ain sunh large quaontitelar. The weather i. eol ad loudy. At the quay, t.nd amtong bUaiioso ItaU goerolly, atl ia lifre Rud bastle. Latesoat accounts from Pittoburg, say the Ifiver bad risen 16 feeto bt was again rther reclining. till, it waso expected that the I.cent rais, would at least, keep it at about whatll it tian was. bhe ice had oll au ti;..the weather waa mild and S damp, with indications of more rao. WINCCINNATI t ARKET. Jan. 18. Whikey..Sale. thia day at 44c. Flour..Heavy arrnval, audddomand Ihmittd; some sale at $6.heion adecline. Pork..2U e barrels mesa sold at $18. tnrd..bid at 9c...[Kepublicau. I The packet ship TROYO is now discharging her cargo at the fot of the Vegetahble Maketb. C.tnnigea.s will plee attend to the receiing of their goods. jan 30. A. COHEN, Ag.nt, 90 Conmmn st if The ship RIGA, Capt. . mith, from New York, is diacharging olptpsit the Market. Consignees are particularly requested to attend to the receipt of their a. s ; all goods notreceipted fir on the Levee will atored atithir expense. LEVI II. (ALE, jan 19 NI Connntn e t ANNUALS AND ALMANACS, FOE 1683. SPLENDID Loud.ot Annuals,-The Ilook of Roy. alty, enperb ol'el plates; Findeu'a Tableaux, and G allerr . f G race .; Fisher s Drawing Room Sketch Book; Beauties Custunlee,--Btud and Blootoms; VWaerly KeepJake,--'Tl'tle Imperial; Orientat Annual; Fornet me Not, Jordan's Portuait Annull; Caricatrurt Annual; Comic Annual; Friendalpt.' Offtriuag; Fiaher's Juvenile Sketch Hook; Young ladie's and young gentlehten's Aunual Alaric, A Watt-; Clritrtmae Tale0. Aelaericasa A.n*urs. The Token and Atlantic Sunvtoir; The Violet; The Girt; Alan Gilmatn' annual Register & Housewile Almanac. Almanac's. Americat AlmanAc & rIt.ellitory of Uscfil Knowledge Blunt's Nnutical lmantac; E Johns & Co s. Louisiana Almanac; Crockett-Comin-G(ertant Almatnae, Stewart's Diary for 1839, containing a blank memo randum for every day of tIle year. EJJOIINS&Co., coneorolSt Charles and Comanon eta. E, JOHNS & CO, aTA rlONER'S IIAI.L, cornerorf t. Cletrles and 5 Coumoa n streets. TLhe ubecribes a having ree.v ed and now in etoratheti assortonut of gtood. fr In Knnlaod. Franceaad the North, uttir fn salc th forl Io,'tag ariclens: E.nglih Itr' wing paiue of all aSeei, do wliilg d r vtlr royal, royal meatlinl and detuty, foscal, le.ttter pnteir, ei. Iarge thin tellutn; det blua laid; do do cpylling paper, at all Fints, London and t'iitual toarda; do ftttcy letter and papnt er, pldin, embo ted anid etcoal bro cad.. Amorlcan cap, letter a.,d riting apors fromn the htet htills i the I:nion, Perryan Pens uf all dt'nertlptittll }at Germnan. a d English quill; Ptephen's and Parrvan'a writing tluatl. Altriatt's and l'marrya'a beat aopying ink", English and American bflio a d quarto cupir.g paper; Rdgers n on' best eutlry, cunsisot:. in loather, Eaglirh wafers and scaling wax, euperior qualis .y; Trarelliac desks and drasestgr eaesa. Acknem.aa'a nei Newman's beat nature et,,t, .ýknuatos and Ackertun's drawing pencils, Drawing bhokA, Albuute and Britisi and Amaor uInn Ananala. far 1839, IkoNa-English. Frencb, Spanis;h, Italian. ine" m an ad latin, ouo ietig in lansical, ta:w, medical worbk, literary. &rN. Just e..eie,. adktr salt by S EKNi. UI.--i Iharrels t t, ra." . .al ter ttle by S irr7 TRUE AMERICIAN OFIPIE. b In connection with this (Olice is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE OuK T~tE PRINTING OF IPamphlets Blank Checks Catalogrues Bills of Ladinlg Labels, ray Receipts, Legal Notices Auction Bills, Bill Forms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills I ireulars Alld every de.ipertipi eJebls Work hlat may be equlred. [lYThe proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the public to the above Card, and assures them that all work intrusted to his care shall be dune atthe short est notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and at the lowest rates. l i es 5 TilE TRUE AMERICAN. tei. EDITED BY JO w CBalBBSlON. mar rem FAITritUL AND BOLD. curt NEW ORLEANS: Iti - deft WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1839. bee ciau Free Banking No. 7.-It is not to be wondered at, ber that the system of Free Banting has become popular asb wherever it has been adopted. It makes real estate to e supply the amount of moneyed capital equal to its val ue. In New York and Massachusetts and Penusylva im nia and and Mississippi and our own state, real estate is made instrumental in raising capital to supply the wants existing in the community. for which otherwise there wouldb no remedy. Free Banking is only a Co still further application of this excellent provision. tht whieh should have been incorporated in all banking in- he atiutt:ons. There call be no better securities than real m estate securities,and luans on real estate are sometimes absolutely necessary to a community which could not a l ind relief, without resorting to them. The Baltimore American recommends it to he adopted in Maryland, recognizing the correctness of the principle. The New York Times says : "The successful formation of banking inatitutions' the capitals of whlicl are invested in bonds and morte o gages, has ttfficientll tested th ttheory advanced by U some ofour leading financiers, and none can now doubt the soundness of tihe principle. p1 In addition to tlosiu banks under the general act, which have received real estate seearities direct for the original issues of stk, we are gratified to perceive h that tlIl highlv inlntilatio owl wealthy gentlemen who have orgaonizd the "Bank of Commerce in N. York," Il S"llv recongizo the principle of stoking loans on real I esildre. 'Ii'huI, wlether the stock is originally issued i for bonds or mortgages, or whether tle rloonev received Sfor rihe stock i. IoUIneII o- that dearil tin of secerity, either to the sam. or other ptaries, ii immaterial The p prinlcipls is rece.enied by IIourltpitlists,an Ia will here after ,rnle leaIding'flbatlre it all tilhe new hanks of this city." Wi \We perceive by our exchange papers, that the sub ject is one which is being taken up, earnestly, in almost every direction. In quoting the following remarks from to the Natchez Free Trader, we must confess we feel a a k degree of gratimfietion that we have contribudted to the i propagation of shat we consider the correct and true d °' principles of Banking, and acknowledge the cowpli. 1, mInt of our neighhor up the river. u The Free Trader in copying our article says : k" a FREF. BAKINto--Under this head we observe a e Scuple of articles in the New Otleans True Amer. u.| ican, with a promise if coant Inuatiol of the sub , jeet. It is a system that mnusteventcatlly take the t Splace of the presernt one, nd prove a valuable aux- t 5 iliary tongriculture, commerce and trade generally p by ltrecug enterprise and industry from the power of monopolies, and eiving impetus to everyenergy ielthit could strenllt hen or aggtalltiae a town',a state t| or a nation. Ours Is a world of changes. Em pires fall, dynasties Iposs away, governments and d sylstems change as mankind progress in refinemnent, ' citviliztion and science. Banking hrs been rall. ry ed n scinence-at present it is but a systel-a bad ., system th, t education and general intelligence, o, will surely change. The high duty of statesm en tar and legislators es, never to artempt a chonge of et. rss ther a governtent or a systemt, until the errors of lAi n old and the advantages of a new be pointed out J and lully understrod. The evils of the preesnt s ayIt the whtole world have been made familiar id with by repeated tremendous commercial revu'. 5i siuns, which have made bankrupt the hi nest, par. is- nlvsed enterprise, trodden down iladustry, on I n-. J riched alone the banker. 'I'he people know, they aor have felt all this; and now they desire nll open ills dn candid discussion of everyproject that cray be :d presented, an Ihatl wlien a chante be elected it -is s'all be an improremtenl and not an additional tell. T "Free Baning'' is a tarlrl that may readily be 2 miisunder.tood and easily perverted. Banking is a c", natural right. Byconvontionand Lrgislation this tliht in most States hesbeen taken from the citi. zen and invested solely in unntatural persons-in bds soulless corporations, endo\ e:l with many of the eatributes of sovereignty. One principal object in thus venting this natural right, was to make all RO." bank note c roulatton uniforme in value and equiva um- lent toi specie-itn other woods, to secure the nose Isai holders. Our law makers have failed in a5com. heir plishing thisobject. Theadvocnateof Free Bank. , ing most warmly urgea seurity to the note holder as the leading and only f a'ure or principle that rr. tdy, quires the enactllent of law. When the people shall have been fully secured in the redemption ol i all issue-wte shall ssue-whe w av been passed ien- blowing very one tobank wuhs. will place in lh idy, hands of a puulic officer of the people's own choice ".T the ireaots for the redemplion of their notes, then re, we will have restored to each man all this natural emi- right to bank, and olas given security to the public Sagainst issues for which there will be no moans of Pot' redeliptlorn. 'tItre s Hbjeet is certainly worthy the atttention of our Le.isalure. lstacussion canll d no harm and may do muth good The editor of the T'lue n. Ameriean appears to be alive to the great im port. thanc~ tin of a reform In our banking system,and writes e0th like a man who understands tlre whole subject. ayd lie introduces the matter to his renders by aiu life exbiitiron f the causes which broughtlauspen t sion." BOGOTA IN I 83-'7-being a narrative of an eeapedi. tion to the Capital of New Granada, and a residence there of eleven months, by J. Steuart, New York, Hlar per &'lrotherr, 1838.-This unpretending work is full of variety and incident. It ts precisely what it claims to be, and is written in a clear, forcible and agreeable style. WVe quote the following paragraph as a speci men 8f the descriptive powers of the author. "The moment we entered upon this delighttul stream,the chan-e of scenery and associations was io atantaneous, and produced a magically pleasing effect. Within less than two miles up, the river narrows nearly one half. Neat little rosas line the shore at short and regular intervals, and the inhabitants appeared much better off and lore cleanly clad than on the Magdalena. A fine, bright pebbly shore reminded me much of the banks of the silvery Tweed. After advatcing two miles farther, tile shores rove to aIheight of eight hundred or a thousand ieot, aid, jutting in fromc the left-hand bank barely twenty paces, we gained the foot of a vory pictu resque waterfall, foaming and tumbling over a preci pice of several hunIlred feet. But, with all our exer tions, we could not reach'the asutnut, as the sheet of water occupied nearly all tile channal, and on either sid. were deep and elippery rocks; while farther on rose a thick forest, with undorwood en matted and iompne. trable an to defy all atlempts to enter it. So, after ma ny fruitleas endeavours, we were fain to seat ourselves quietly down beside the basin at the foot, and enjoy the luxury of gazing upward and around upon such scenes ry as is rarely to le seen, and drinking in the delicious breeze created by the rust of waters. Journeying on ward, the river became in many parts very shallow, and slight rapids ; the lofty perpendicular shores entirely excluding the sun's rays, although at the hour of ele ven A. i. We observed tracks of the danta on the white sands. It is just such haunts as these that this tiimdiu monster loves to trequent; so still atd lonely! For here were no habitations ; not a sound save the dise. d tent mulmour of the water-fall we had just left, the wild, soft notes of the birds, and the dwep, prolonged rchoes of our voices, as they died away among the ever. lasling hdis." We meet with sucah perages in almost every page, r, minglld with tui h close obsevatiou. It is for sale Ity o E. Johns ," Co., corner of Common and St. Charles d streets. to ýtjprenttCurt. N.w teat Jn Ill I llnd hnas re tigmed, ,t teltlSin to be seen w int e,.urse the other two Juldges winl purnse. They still continue on the I benr h acrd no intimation is given that they will yield I to the unaniunous voice of thle country saln retire d i o,n a et tiot which they are no longer qunalfied to Sfill. The only jud..e who was well fitted for the of ,- lice from which its has voluntarily withdrawn him. stli, havian4 given way, prilcipally, becailse the a court was unable to sutain itself and discharge the important dulits confided to it, thlere remains no Secuse why the other two Judges should hesitate one tmo'tm*nt to announce their resignations also. Yet or we hear not a word of uch an intention. They cur. rf aiily do not holi. on with a view, as is said, to keep t' he court alive, to prevent its committing suicide ? T 'Lis is tidiev laon. The court is a'ready dead siteen , Jldge 1o 1 lard left it. It now un'y remains t , re. move the doad carI ascs that tucumber it,'unt d re ei seuscitate and re rganize it anew. Something mee' Ch be done or the Judicial departmrnt of the goe ern aso ment will be defune'. In vain cay li igants ins'i- wt tuo suits io settle their claims Oatd to have their le gal rights decided on ; in vuni may legal investiga Cl tions be laboriously prenued when there is no tri- go bunal to hear and determine the rights between man trt and man in the last resort. at It is highly important that this department of the oi government be thoroughly purged and restored to th full vigor before the Legislature adjourns. It is tI - really painful to witness the immense docket, and it the crowded audience every Monday morning that I assembles, of lawyers and suitors, eagerly watch- I ing ii there is a court to proceed with the public business; and it is more,painful, lwhen after a few f minutes silting the whole assembly disperses and the :ourt adjourns, without doing any thing of con sequence. Thus matters pase off from week to week. In the meantirme the docket aeccumlates in atenfold proportion to its reduction. The clam ors of suitors and the complaints of members of the bar are loud and increasing but they pass off more unheeded than the idle, wind. Is there no remedy ? Will the Legislature not applya speedy cure for this dreadful malady in the Judiciary ? It is high time that something was done, "Hope deferred maketh the heart sick." This court has p. been for some time lingering and the pntalie inter. ests have suffered much. The member of the at, bench who has retired saw this, and being no longer lotr able to sustain his office and the court, gave it up 'to to the power that bestowed it. at- We sincerely trust the Legislature will take this re impqrtant matter into their consideration and np tho ply the proper remedy. From the many great and mighty matters that daily come before'the Supreme a Court, justice and public utility and policy require inn. that it be made to consist of five Judges, of the in- best talents, and attainments the statenan com. ranal mend. It is thouoht Governor Everett will depline a re. el.ction, and that he will be appointed to succeed Josialt Quincy in the Presidency of Harvard Uni. versity' There is not a more accomplished schol. ar in the Union-than Edward Everett, nor one an well calculated to preside over the oldest, and one of the very ablest, inatitutions of learning in the Union. President Quincy is about to retire. His place cannothe better occupied than- by Mr. Evertst. Gen Scott has returned to Now York, and with his suite has taken apartments at the American Hotel. The Louisville Reporter of the 21st says:-the steamboat Lexington is fast on the rocks nearly op. posite Wall street; the Bonaparte was yesterday engaged in taking'out het Ireight. Counterfeits.-We learn from the Lonisville Journal that a number of the small notes, of the Illinois and Kentucky banks, changed into fives and tensr, have been recently put in circulation in that city. The editor remarks: We saw a two dollar note of the State Bank of Illinois which had been changed into a ten. The process con eisted simply of pasting the figures 10, cut from a 10 nots, ever the figure 2 of the l$ note, and defacing the two last letters of the r" two" in the centre of the note. The cheat may be easily dc. tected by looking through the note with the back towards you, or even by cgrefully examining its face. AcctnENT.-We learn from the Missouri Ga. zetre, that as the Favorite was coming to the wharf, where a number of persons were waiting to go on board, she struck the wharf with such violence as to break one corner of it down, causing it to sink, by which several persons were rather un. ceremoniously precipitateed into the water, and one or two of them, we learn, severely injured. As the wharf was covered with iron, mach of which fell in, some fears were entertained of its having fallen on some persons, and thius prevented them Ironm rising; but as we have not hoeard of any one being missing, we hope this maiy not bhe y the case. The Louisville Journal says: On tihe 3d inet. three individuals started from Madison, Ia. on skates with the intention of skating downto I.ouisville. After they ihad Sproceeded about 10 miles, and while running very fast. is one of them passed through the ice and disappeared. i Our informant, one of the three, says, that the unfortu Snate individual was a doctor. lHe was under the im 1preseior that he was from Columbus, Ohio. I KentuLcky and Ohio.-The Cincinnati Republican of 0 the 19th says: The lion. Messrs. Jas. T. Morehead and -e John Speed smith, who have been delegated by the k- Legislature of Kentucky to confer with the Ohio Le, as gislatre re specting the relations of the neighbor states . as regards slave property, have passed through this city oie on their way to Columbus. We sincerely hope thal o the misrsion of theaa distinguished Statesmen may be ad productive ofmuch good in promoting perfect hoamonn oe and good feeling, on ttin exciting t-pie. Latest from Louisrille.-We are indebted to the po. litecess of the editor of the Picayune for Louisville datesof the l2st and Cincinnati datres of the 19th, re ceived by the S. It Monarch, which arrived here fromt Louisville yesterday. By the Monarch we learn that the weather above is exceedingly cold, and the river receding very rapidly. Tee ALston.-This excellent miseellaneous pe. riodicoal needs no recommendation from us. It has become a slandard among reprints and literr. ries. We are reqnested to say, that any person wishing to subscribe for the Albion will please d'. reet for James G. Mountaint, pos'.flice, or to the care of Mr. Alien at the Gas Worke, New Orleans. The young gentleman who has so recently become a Mlieissippian, and hauled up at Vicksburg, is ratller severe upon us in the Whig. Well, he dont know every thing. Ellen n2ee-J.hir. Haller-Kate O'Brien. It is not a pleasure to us to be compelled to sit through that mawkish piece of sentimentality, The Stranger. We rarely visit the Theatre, when it is the card. It is one of those plays that should have found its way from the stage, long since. The appetite must be gross in tihe extreme, which consents to be pleased wilh its frequent repetition. The whole ground-work is revolhing to good taste and delicate perceplion. A misonthrope, soured against the world and raoiling against its treachlery and heartlessness, becausethe wife of his bosom wasseduced from her affections, by a pretended friend; and the frail one pictured so contrite and enlisting sympathy for sorrows brought on by crime-it is not n theme fit for thie stage. We visited the Theatre because Ellen Tree was to play, and we were not averse to seeing her in the round of characters she personates. We have felt anxious to place a proper estimate upon her performances. We have desired to be wholly ex. empt from the intluence of the glare which fame has thrown around her, and we have had an equal wish to ascribe nil the praise we believed she justly .merited. Our criticism has been fair and honest, whatever may have been its correctness or incur. rectnesa. Her lady like manner& the extreme neat. Iness & elegance of her dress. & her knowledge of the autihor, all combine to make Ellen Tree a pleas. e igactress. She sealways pleasing to us, except i when we think she might make more of a character Slthan ste has made oIf it. Site is never towering. That coldness, of which we have complained, and the reserve and softness with which she inm bua s her impersonations, prevent her rising to that greatness that at once netonishes and overwhle' me. "'hoe nearest approach to this excellence, grandeur rioe may call it, was In it1o part ot Julia, when she r warns .Master Walter. that sonme how or other the hated nuptials must be avoided, end the finale of the Stranger, when the feelings of the outheruare entirely carried away at the sudden appearance of thr clildreno from whlom she has been so long separated. We saw a number of dewy e)ye, aInd one large gentleman inl particular, who ut in a box to the right of the front entrance, and who used a blue kerchief, struck us as having found Ssmethling peculiarly effecttng. The pleasant little comedy of Perfection iae played with Ellen Tree as Kate O'Brien. Shq played it ver sro-,iesh. We have seen more made of the caractner by those who have non right in the puhlt'es mind to rank wnthin five degrees ofher, and her '*Zrtch'd \V atrcr." was nny thing but cal. culated to aweakolo the raptures exhibited by el Charles. Don't sing it any more-it is a dilmult - song, and is a silly thing. We ad.i don't sing- 17 we mean do.,'t try that aogin. Mr. Ii[3ro n would have ematedrl the part of Charles Paragon with his tsucl excellence, but lie gave us a little too much of it. He is certainly ex. - tremely easy, a.d free from every thingclik con. wit straint, but we could have dispensed with a liule , of Ihe Cockney, for the simple reason that.we thought it out of character, and we ae certain that the author of the farce had no hand in producing - it. There were some scenesof J R Scoutte Stran ger that were very feelingly portrayed-especially when he exelaims "villian of what a wonman heat thou robbed me!' Jam sals. J. B. Booth.-It will be seen from the annexed let ter that this ditinguished actor will be in New Orleans at in a few days, and that he will go through a round of Is characters in which he has won his reputation. To J. H CALnWELL Esq. 1 MylDear ir:-l will be in New Orleans lornre f the 6th of Febrnary -Say b tile 4th, to comence the engagement made. -Chlsracters: Richord 111, Sir Giles Overreach lIamlet,Othello,Octavinn, 'ir Edward Mr-. timer, Pereara, Pierre, Shylock and hlertiamor Brutus, p on thle terms arranged. l am, my dear air, yours respectfully,B. BOOTH. Vicksburr, Miss. ? s Jan. 1,1838. S Theatrical.--Mr. Forrest appeared as Othello at the I Camp on Monday evening to the largest House the tr Camp ever had. We did not secure a comfortable seeat -p -of corurs saw none of the play, but understand that Othello was well represented. in Last night a most seleet and full auditllee greeted Mr. Caldwell's Benedict. He was received with tile d enthusiasm he deserved. The Camp was full last a night to see the Ravels. Caraderi Allen Ihas arrived. e Extraordinarr Pedestrian Feat.--We had the fol letowing record of ea feet proablly unparalleled in thre an" hensls nof pedestrianismt, ill the the London Courier, orufthe a. 3d olt: Harris, the podestrian, eompleted his nndertaking of walking 1,7G0 milse in 1,t100 eoeceesive hctrs, rbeing re. one mile and three qatera e ach hour, ot twenty-five mmiltrt rpasttvelve lnet niiett, whelr he received tihe d arteatceugratulattionsoflis numerous friends, who ni. had gone from town to witness the termination of this o astonishing match. GOVERNOR'S HORSE GUARDS!! ii YOU r will parade i t fll ulform..ou Thursday, the 31st instant, 3 ,'clock, P Il, precisely, for Bri gade Review and Inspectnin, onl Lafu)ite Sdqunre. Rendeozoua at the usual place. liv order of ja30 JOIHN GIBSON. O S H AY--400 400 bales Hay, 1 200 barrels potatoRes, 20 M fuet lumber, lauding. from ship lanoverr, and for sale by I.EVI H GALE, jn,30 93 Common et UM ITIER, &c.-:0 ihds ftt clear lumber, 1 spruce spar, 150 bales hayv, 150 thds steam sawed white pine lathel, landing from slhi P'lutiis, and fur sale bv ju30 LEVI II (;AIE, 93 Crommon st l-AMILY MIESS BEENl-40 hll ibis. famntily mesas Sbeel; landing Irom steame boat Sdavannal, adl or saleby ja30 J THAYER & Co, 7.1 Povdras at LI URKS ISLAND SALT--500 hutblr in nmri',,for . nenleby S & J P WHIIT'NEY, jalO 73 Camp ct l.'tE 'l'O-20l0 sacks Pimento, landitng from shlip ('aloet,uand for .tin ho j039 1. 'l G 'i 1.F, .93 Common _t eKAS-70 saFlic lornlana peas. in elln. fLr sale. by ja30 (-1A.MPI'LIN & COOPER,.02 Julia ot COPY IIOOKS llr Letter pretesl just rnet eei, frotm'New Yorit. ld will bIe selrl low fir (arII, or approved credit. Also, I letler erus.,olsl thlt hlat of Ie t invic, a DAVID ti.l & Co, ja30 N Y Statiloners Itlhl, 24 Chartres et AINTlS-tchrome giree, ntd black pIints, useoled S kees; verdiori aild ilack paints, cr.und inl oil. in e.nllst, frOul the Newv BIdedford saeln, paint miill, fur sale by ItAA(. ,I{ltlliE . iC, ja:0 1:1 llt ei.zine it Ti oNY--0 tiereo s Ii.ic Cua linnav, n 1w lad- a 1 ing from brag Bstinn fiom I, vana. for sale by J IRVIS & ANIDI1EWS ci jann 30 C1r Cnt,-m aind T,.anlpint,na st , I UNNY DAOIL--.5,11 0 in bales and bindls, as

l sorted -izes. f.- dale byi jan 3( ISAAC BJITlGllE &. Co. 1374 laeranzi'e .t OI IBREI.IAS--:I c,.BeR (llhAN, l an d 1 ntallll l Umbrellas, vnliolt. iesli and qnaliien for sale by i t jan 33 ISAA"C IIll;E &(',n 134 Olaaazinpe a EG.RO I0LO'lil--4.l halo uandl cases Ilin ema I 1 KernrLVs Jean, &c. suitallble for nro (ClothingI, for sale by' SAAC BII)ltE & o. jan 30 131 .azine at L INSEED OII-Ca pperas and Red Belans in astore ja30 14 New I.vess I AIN'rEDBUCKETS--lOl doz in store for siale by Sja30 J TIIAYER & Co, 74 Poydrans at SOyIN--70 barrels in st ,reand for sale by S ja31 J H1'AYIR & Co, 71 Poydras st 0 I',lit H)lt, BROGANS, &.-300 ca-es va. U rins qualities, fnr gantlmen, ladiaes, tise, boys, youths and children, for sale by jIo ISAAC 1IiIlDCE , Co, 131 Magazlan at_ C LOTHIING-U8 ncas s aeasnenble Clolhing, laaliag i from alship Newburrvport, for saale by ja30 ISAAC IIDGE &Co, 131 Magazine at TE folloawinaa Ticka t for Directors will besuplorti ed at the aele-tion for Iirector of the Citizens' Bank of Louisiana, Ion Monday next, tile 4th of Feb ruary, by a larga tanmber afSt,,ckholdera. VALERIIEN AILAIN, Sanr. P. F. I.EFEBVRE, P. J. TIICOIU, KGIDMOND SONT AT, IIERINARD MARIGNY, PIIILIP (GUESNON, jit 30 td IME--OlIIO casks brat burnt Thomaston Lime, L landing frthe brig Alhtns, for salc byI jan 310 6 . & J. 1. WIIITNEIY, 7 Camp st SANNER'S OIL-50 bbls. Brown Tanners' Oil, Jlanding and for ale by jan 30 S. & J. P. WHITNEY, 73 (Caamp st THIS DAY. 18,0001 Capital Prizet Tickets only $500 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Drawing of the Grand State Liottery Class 9, Extra. 37, 32, 64, 26, 48, 60, 14, 60, 52, 31, 8, 31. (1 LASS No. 8. Authoaited by the Iegislature of Ci the Slate. To be drawn This. Dy, Jan. 30, 183), at 6 o'clock, P. 51. at Bishop's Hotil. S DAVIS &CO, Mlannagers. 75 Drawn numbers--12 Drawn Baliots. Splendid Scheme. 27 814 Prizes. anmountina to $233 590 Tickets $5 00-t-alves 2 50--Quarters 12 5. Packages of 25 Tickets far $125, warranted to draw at leant $160. Packages of_5 ilalf'Tickeas $62 50 war ranted to draw at leaIst $30. Packages of 15 Quarter Tickets $31 25 warrantPd to draw at least $15. For packaaes of singla tioktts, aplaly at the MANAI GEIRS' OFFICE, jan30 11 Chartres at TO BE DRAWN TO-MORIOW. The following ae tihe drawn numbars of the Louis iana Lottery, Class 42, for 1239: 27, 62, 5, 24, 47, 37,73, 67, 10, 13, 17, 64. $10,000 CAPITAL PRIZE. LOUI SIANA LOTTERY. Authorized b3 Act ofLagisalature. Chapter XLIII, pasnned laich 21, 1828, Class No. 2 for 1839. to be drawn on Thursday, Jaa. 301t 1839, at 5 o'clock, P M1. at th Exchltutge l stel, St. Charles at. Dt S. GILEiOILY & Co. Succeasors to YATES ,McINTYRE 0- Co. 78 Numbaar--13 Drawn Ballots. GRAND SCHEME. Prizes namuntinat to $159 75 S Tickets $3 00 lalres $1 50-Q- arters 0 75 1Packages of oi tickeh% for $78. Prekptes of 20 hal' tickIets $39 0. Pacnl..ages of 26 Qnarlter Ikkets afr $19 50. For Packae. In or sinialo'Tireta. nprlv at iD. UKS 2EUOIbY & Co, ,he Sli .Fr an aml:a t jat30 :S, Canal stir, it.nIt I, (,'atlo E t at I IS P r aibN, ,or Vloeillatltl:d--,a aula by the author of tire Swiss lleires.. Jnut rceivcd and .r" le by A. '4. jan 3o0 _ 49 Caip ct f 1L UK---5111 hb:lssuiperhnennd 20Od liae, (Clark s S Steanm Iill,) in storen fur sale by jan 30 i. I)aRu'ctY. 44 New Levea 111SKE1--67 bbhl Ilrectifind, landing trai Lteanta boat Monarch, flor sale :,a d jan 30 (i. I)(IRSEY., 41 New Ilrree Ea L elFF--55 bola pi:ea Ltecl aininng Iran teaini lnut Norma, lor sale by G. D)RSERY, i jann 30 41 aew Levee d MAIS 0FSa--t01 'ux as i. IL ainina, l t tll 2 i boxes tio d 100 I -.I boxes do do do , s Instore and fixrale byI pu29 'It: .0I1PI.IN & COiPI'E:I, i Ju'ia st e l UL---Ibblanlialita. tolinr, la.adla2, aal tur sauley J 'kl.thl,'.:it a Ca, ja9 74 I'.draa .t J/L a-n SAI.'T--IOU bln 'l'uia . l.. 1a..... l.a.. de d, I 3d bbll hamiiner natinind nerm nil, 12(00 ..l k, 'aTnk'ulshldt dltait,a -i ' far sale hy Ja2 LIIu L AIL, '3 l L. tal, t . i)AI'EH! PAPER-Just rencived at 24 Chartres st. S 800 reniUs Itt dldvwine letter pitier, biio & white 2110 l hcbbirrl'a do d, i do dI, 1011 I, I) AiicT do it d, do 01)0 a Ihudson's do d do do 500 " fine & su elaine cap bmlu & white. Part of the above are plain and part ruled, together with a good asortemrnt of large writing papers, sulclh as folio post, dlsen, tmediumo, roryal orl nttiier royal, bloc and while, fir agle o n aeo'odotlning terir s, by DAVID FELT & Co, N Y Sotationters Hell, J, j2O8 24 Chartres ats SUNNY BAG-S50 Gunnn Bags in store, for sale, by CIIAMIL LIN &. COOPER, ja98 82 Ju ia st A W INE--150 boxes Claret and Sauterne Wine, in ( store and for cole. by ja28 CHAMP LIN & COOPER, 82 Julia st . P- ER-00 ibagso in stonre and f yr sal. e by . ja28 J THAYeR & Co,74 Poydreast t CORDAGE, &a.-i10 coils tarred Rope, assorted aizees, front 2to 6 inches Sponyarn and iathlte stuffs; also, Deep see and Hanolead lines; Rigging loather, &e. forsaleby ja28 REAl) & BARSTOW,7 Bank Place I ALE ROPE-)00 coils Bale Rope, of superior I qualitv, for sale by ja29 ISAAC BRIDGE &Co, 131 Aagazine at £ OAL-276 tons of tbe best English coal well suited for steam boat uei, on boeard inlqi Abeoin, from New Castle, for sale by HI)LM ES & MILLS, jaeS Bank Place OTATOES- barres, it store and for sale by j09 CIIAMIPLIN & COOPER, 82 Julia st T AR-200 kegs Tar. in first rata order, foredie by ja29 CHAMPI.IN & COOPERI. 8 Julia et ONDON tanard librar eitiions, of csree and valuable works, for sale by the subscriber: CONSIsTING OF TIE at Works of William Congreve, ill vols, t do Shirley, dramatic and poetical, 6 vols, do Shaftsbry. in , vels, do Beimnont & Fletcher, 14 vole, id do Otway. in 2 vole, c do Home, 3 vils, with an account of his life, st by Henory Ackenzie; do Sir William 'lemple, in 4 vols, do Emprror Julien, 2 vola, do Fielding. Ii vts, a do Roeco, Leo Xth, 4 vole, t do Lorenzoi de Medilis, 3 vole, do liichardslin Clariorsn IHarlow, 6 vole, do Sir (ihailes Gradison, 7 v.ld, do In addition to the above, a large collection of Lon 'e don edition scarce works. aVM id'KIEAN, ju2l cr Camp and Connimnn sta bo j Eb-Ilell barrelos mes and lirioer, at ti iinspee ation, in atore, for sale by U DI JRSEY ja28 441 New Lovee U MBRLLAS. 13 cases mantua silk Umbrellas, s large sizesrecei.nd frmn Reli Mlersey, and tfo ·3a by I BlIDG.E , cen, d31 1341 lnenzine st . F-ANLINN INFIRMARY THE public are reapeetfully intrlned that sols insli tution is erected on Ile olest improved plan, and in an niry and most aoldirabile tutiolon, in the faubour I'runklin, upon the raiiln d, one milo from die 7lissis Tihe building is large an l mosteonunodiouslv divided into tpartmelts, for knepimu separate different classes, and dffarent diseasons. The inltatution is ouppli.tI with too most skilful and atteltlive elnie cud fenuld nituses, and speaking the vn rinlls noeKlrn nllgunages. Private riounm may b had by gentlnmen at five dol ar perl daly, incliiill nlttclld:ule, &c. 'reris idn tie or.ilaury wairdnteo dollars per due. Slaves also two do lus. Smnall PIin i thle nrditnre wards, liv dollars. All capitl eaurgieal operantians extra. Tlhe rcesident phosiciai is DIr \il'eitlenllan, to whnlm lphcution for di sissmon must he made. or to 1Ir 1) A ozelaberg, No 17 Rampart streelt. t1, 19 1v Fancy Pocket Books-Under this head will be found a splendid variety of ladies' and gentlemOn's pocket books, note, curd, needle and thread cases. Fancy Stoaks, Suspenders, &c.-Of the latest pfattern and of superior quality, consisting of plaint and figured satin, bonlbazine, velvet and cloth stocks, linen bosoms, plain, and fancy with and withoult Irulle, shirt colinrs, suspenders called Washington suspenders, also, gum elhstic worst. ed and cottonett do, with and without rollers, pantaloon straps with wire springs; and a great va. riety of gentemen'sn wear, mnade expressly for the retail trade, by A. L. Vanhorn and Sani of Phila. dolphia. Combs-A general and complete asxortmlbn of combs from their manufactory.Aison, English t and French dressing combs, etc. dec27 RUSIITON & ASI'INALL'S C IOMPOUND TONIC MIXTU ltEI.-A spnedy - and cert.iu cure for thi Fever cand Agnue, remittent and iuterlliltent foevis; prIeared 'roun the original recipeo. Used w;:llt elmient and iat versal success in 1832, bylpersons o the llghest respectabillt il this city, ins stated ini the annexed cerliticates. 'Thli medicine is highly recoe','mnded, and has been extetnivoly usmid n1 the abv,. discusi"s with d onidistinguishlad success, that the proprietor i'f the recipe haus lcen induced to oillr it. to, thl pub. lic in its preentit flrm. in the hople that it nmy lie the means of reeylllg Ilanliy of tlhse who are it sulfering under the scourge ol out country. It is Sa imedillnue )posses)~i n great vi , anld wlhi used ecerding to the direction has IInever fliLald of etlfcling a cure, eavn in the iisiIl aOmtinllate tagei t e of the disordt:r. It is Inoti t t111 dl.sl orllablm , arid Sporsnlo l ofl tile weakest almOlcaIchl, I:hilldiSlt mtay take it with imiuniity. It streuigthles io digestive organs, creates an appetite, alnd i ldml rcqauirel to more thlan one, or ini obstinlate cases, two buttles in to effect a cure. 'l'here is neither II rcury nor i arsenic in the ewdicine, nor any thing ijusiius ; to tiae hl ana constitution. lT'Io prorieltor are aso well cenviueld of illict.aaey, thnt Ihecy agree to rcfund the pr.ca of acvry bathe whihli has booin it tken in nieaord.nll with the diretion anild has e not effected a I pert ct curo of aith focer & agle. A. OLIVER, solo agent for New Orleans, lit Is lis wholesale and retail drug and mndicine store, r corner of Bientilel and Chartres streets. it For District Agencies apply to je5 T. W. SMITH, 48 Conti st. OMBARI) & CO'S Boston and Nevw Orleans Li c of Packet Stips.-l'lrhs new line of ships as boon exproessly built to run between the abovy ports, and will be lotnd of suitable draft of water: acooummodations for passengers, and every effort will be made to give goneral satis'acttion, 'The lhne is composed of the fo lowing shipas: Cherokee, 415 tons Capt. J llarding, Carolina, 4001 do 8 Lomist, Clharleston, 374 do 1) Eltdridge, Columblana, 625 do /G Barker, Seaman, 240 do J HIowes, Bombay, 625 do D Hlumphrey. The above ships are all now, of the first lass, copper fastened antd opperod, commandod by men of groat experience, have large accommodations, with a selparate laites cabin; every attentiont will bo paid to passengors, and the very test of stores pro video for them. t The packets will be towed up and down the Mis sissippt, and the strictest punctuality observed in the time of sailing, ntid should the regular vessels be detained in arriving, other ships equally as good will in all cases he substituted. A share of patron age is solicited, and toe agents pledge themseolves to acoomlmodate as much as practicable, to receive and forward goods by slid liooe at the must mnoder. ate charges, and to advance all expenses on goods slhipped, if required. TSit ships will leave the Ist and 16th of every month. For freight or passage, apply to the agents. J A IM ERRITT, 82 Common at. N. B. Advancements made on eousigonmot:t to Messrs. A. C. Lombard & Co. nov27 J English and American Aunltotl, till to he hseb at ilia Bookstore of ALEX 'I't\VWAIt, WVhera a large asortment of the lBook suitable for the seasoa can be hado d2d-lt FTI-NITURE! FURNITUR E!! JUST rece'ived at t'e Loianiroa Furnitoreo Ware house I nrge sRpol1 tlootl New Yorkl and Boa ton. L'eraons in tire want of furniture 'woulld do wail tio allt and select their articles from one of the best and laret tucksauow ithe city. W It CA RNE titi 5:u" 3 Bicuoillet N B-Particular attention paid to packing i nd shop ing Furnitunret, freop ofexprnse. dti--w CO-.'AlfAtTNRSlI11' NtuTIlI:. rT HE undersighred have thia day Ibrncd a co-part 1 nersllip for thie troneuctin of a Getneral Cnunmis s ior arod ieoorwarillg hllositoss, in Clis City, ullter the p rill r l HAI.L & I.elLN, aad have takets tile ilow brick store, No. 93, blagazino street, (ear Pooydra st.)o GEtIltG.E SIIALL, Is. S eferores: JAMES G BROWN. Stotuoto A Avery, W'hiting & "-lrk, Walton & &o, V Bogart, Blogart & lwtolnr. J Thayer & co. V iat. ton ,.~ilhall. NEw OItLEANa. Crocket & Slharplegt. Jo0hn Fairfield Seo., Walker, laemrson a , co., Griags & (Cbiekering. Bostoen. 51 B Deman & co., Philad. thi. or Cl oPatitopey &to.. S -Joh. \ ttoodtidg,', Esq. C o!dlliOthe, O. I & Rt Yeatoau It.e. co . . Tenu. itl^t PC'aIeo t:q.iot' h, ,t I.A Tr& l c, St Lnolt, . o. d l ' l OiffA.1Ni oo II-At I F£ Eit S o a''ll A:A3 I'tATI 1. The tllseribers have inl .'ole a few btarela of Bittioninated Pe'ot,a new article lately invertlld in New York. A few barrels of thlis let wtal .p m ap o to th in Greatt eVntrel ol her ltst tri t; tl Ioe* ore sitltee thatt totu reault otfl: toti ll haas oatiui.id hti lott I1001 Ile. of Peat a l se t lo Io11 :lll Its. ot CGo and that in case itwhre there in diflieult. iu gotu swing or keeping a go h-a dfe!toto, this fuelta dispenoabla. 'llheodi. lectors if tha Gloat l eVtent .tlet e trLe purlchnaore of 00 brls fir the use of thle slhil, which was put ot board .F or u tlalo apil to t S LUCaK & Co. No II F oII ttIIn Pe ot t N B--But brls t a time can onl boe del.ir d to o Ie steame b ,,at, until w e get a flin H er .upl yI}' w hich t will b,: It i w d ys.L Slco* S t. & Co I .TI '- Ci:.-Fo f.t.e a lF"LE I 'lot , with nil _ t its istre ti, T p tano let t, Lo tou rt al ph r, affairs, and toit lo. a rortiv to lo ,t r o, r ftll tool p lcul ar: ITiil v t.tOt :c o .t 0 t. t Io. l . It St. Charles Theatre. 13th night of the engagellet ol Itl tlI'ate . td iii'a IELI.i: 'rlt E ItF. This Eveniag, January 311, Will be performed the celebrated Play of THE MAID OF MARIENDORPT. Muhibdenau, Mr Blarton, Joseph, larrison, Hans Cowell, h ieeta, Miss Tree, Esther, Mlre Farren. An Overture by the Orchestrlea Grand Pas Seul, by Mad'le Ravenot To conclude with the Drama of ROBERT MACAIRE. Macaire, Miy Irrownn, I Jaques Steep, Cowell, SCharles, Drebar, Miarietta, .lra Farren. R IIENISII WINES FOR SALE 41 boxes Hoekheimer, 29 do Niersteinoer, 28 do Markobrotner. ''he.e wines are now londing fnom brig Alexander lorn Brencen od Ihaove been selected with particularI care, by factors at Frakfort, Mntz and Cologne, dt al ing extensively with this article for this eoantry. On b every bottle n neatetitquette is alfixed, showing qunl. ty, year of growth and bearing my name as imnpoiter. and guarantee the gelluneness. t jai26 ABRAHAiM TRIER,34Grovier at TO RENT-An office on tlhe second floor, occupied . bv Mncors. Kell, IlHrris & Co. l'ossession giv en on tbe 1st lFerul-aopply to SW Pt'tl'1'CflARl & JO TAGERT JR, jao2f cor Povdran & Manrazine at DACKEIl WANTE'II)-A first rotu Packer, well re. . commended for ability and steadiness, will find emplovmooet on application to B BROWEl. & Co, xa15 17Canmpat M. ACKEREL.-200 barrels Ill hal barrels, and 50 qr burls, lNos.1, 2, and3, Mackerel. in store for sonn by ja24 J THA I YK.I & Co, 74 Poydras at b OUFOE.b 1 CiiUit-AK i--6 doz prime green Ila vans Coffee, 50,0i01 I tLvaI Cigars, lnlinlig from borqto Roger Williamtn, for sale by JOSEPH COCKAhNE, ju24 25 Grnvierst 1OAP--800 boxc No. I and extrarsop, brands Jae. S Gould, Jackson 'lT'rowbridge, George Robbins ond J lH Mortun; iar sale by ja24 ISAAC tOHtIbGE & &o, 131 Magazine at TO COFFEE HlOUciiS & ItARtS-T'lhe subscribers T alsi just rrt:eived it lirge assortment of Glass Tumcblers, I)econtero, Sugar Bowls and silver puech tlladlot aed toddy panols, ,vlich fhey iofer for sale low. jo,,2 I BROWEIL & Co. 17 Cnamip a YNO0 Etditictto oi tuinjdartl works, oiiiTng of ,' J the Memoirs of Cradock literary and miscellaneous, 4 volulots, do Napoleon, as dedicated to lontholon & oart(lritld, 7 VOI do I'iiltetli atet C qeo 2 volr do C,,untl e (;r:tltllnot, 4 vol, do ( Gibbon, 4 vole, do Catherine 2d,3 vols, do Guilford, d do Sir Iludlev Nonth, d, Sir John North, io Napoleon, by W I1 treland, 1 vtsol; do Napoleoni,y Savary, Duke of Ilavigo, in 4 vola. In addition to the above, a large sutpply of standard works, i.ust received, lir e lo Iby ji.li Wi\Vt Mlt i 'N, oe. Cam,,p .& t'" inmoi i. l Alieoll snow l ,nlding Tro llsip Cotlttiant , and i joal cur C lnalll C:. 'coplitoulas tsa ALIA ILA'I-'UeI-L cnask .OclttlloS, it 1tore, sand ttfre sele by JAilVIS & ANI)IE\VWS, ja2< cor tonlon T'l'ehoupl)itoolas st. at y lItII'EII At D tINOE5EI) (llt.. i 511) ket s I re l'hiiladelpjli',\VWhit Lened; Lh50 bb s. j.'ingll oe.in h tOil, id 111 casks Dutch Iinseed Oil, for sale by JAltVIS & ANRI)IEWS, WVltuolesale I)ruiggits, jd 6 car Coin non & 'I'eTlopiclos its 3)AI.'INS-4)01 boxes Nilt ilisins, Lorieg's brand, I' in store and t.r sale by It. jn3i J 'T'IAa'ER &F '0, 71 'utdras at a- ~ t5 Gi. DOILtSET, 44 New l.eove I tNII.L I itORD \,1.':-i5t soiis assoirted acres, iA dore, and for sle by J rlT .\ YE l &t' , 114 Il'n aos et 5it j b thaAi II ,VANA COFFEE;, tli 311 to h o ll Ido. i egars, I '1011 do. fte-h l t ic llgtt,'c iiot , boh-s ItI r i. ch Ill bac , )t) l du " l.-Itlnlll., I :7 f dit do nds, tae t 3 .11) b o o 's im m o te r, el r )th 1' 1 dS III AhM, t, - i0 I, fa th I tllrr itr s 10 to a cd wh !o oil t cii j 1i Ba A fc lca I J 1 T A, Il ( ra. itr . i .s 1.1'-: 0-. ,,,, -ol, and Brit /'e No; . I ;on S iu stor fr. atle by J 'I'AYIl & Co,, of, jalG1 __- 7 I a drani S)ilI, Jul suu Ih) H1IA1.1. & 1IhlVN. jiulG 9t ,n\ zine f.a t g l ,el Shin-s, inr sl v t; Id i ba esl ....... ,p. .teohau,,'. luund, iltndi ,g f ..... jali, , l+ , ~I I R rit rW'N, 9t; u azine st JOHN V. CIIILDS, i, 1NGItRAVER AN)' COPPI'EII-I'IATE PI'lINTER, S:.. 3, t'amp St. f S"of x;han, hills of aig, dilts, z , - l Iboos nals, dor +lulltmS, silver ware, &rc. -always nIl mad]O tet an usmtwell ofsilver plate.d and bras.t doeo hil :ot.ul end conndin I' S Ctrds pr:nted flmn plates already engroved. 1MET1'ARIE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. A JlHllE1 Sp ring mneetiag, for 1839, will csmnence the Ilo-t \Vednloeay, 27th Marc:lh. and eletinue five days. P. CENAS, Sec'y. NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. t PRI Nt ; 11 FTIIN;11, 1839, will commence on Wed S niesda, 13th of Mlach, i39,ande cotminne 5 days. Particulars in due time. Y. N. OLIVEIt, jan3 Proprietor, I ELW LAoX' rnd Mledictal Uooks:: S Curtis' i)igeeestolat'eas sdjdiecated in courts of Admliralty of the U. S. and Einglund; a new and valun II ble work. id Puera ' Digest ofe ues in Ite Supieme, Circuit and D)istricte Coilisii a new sullply, I vol, at Wiltar's Aiatoy, a new edltion, received by Pan c- ost, Tie Anmerican Medical Alumnae fir 1,8139, n new and usefiul dcical pocket bh k for lledical gcntlleene, Allt ui untssortuent at the most approved Law and Medical worksut . I. JOIINS & Co, jal7 car Comme n to Si Charles sti " cLE'L-ND|I)l.IALN'I AIt.TiEsul 6Ui Magazinen 17 50 iussiiu Mlantel irutesl, rich, 20 Ground cst iruon Mlantel do., 4S3 Counting house Grates. common, 100 Chamber Grates, 17 Brass Mllouulned orates, 150 COOKING STOVES, conaisting of 511 Sitaley Rotary, 31 I'renliltmi, collk, 'd0 Union Ido. 2.5 Jans dio. 55 imp. Rotary, with ovens. Together with an assortment of coal Stoves. Fire carriers. Ash l'aii, steel pokers, asih pans, blowers and site lpipes,u h tt hl le t dli rttail, by V PAARLY & CO, 60 Magazno. at jn.i Batis Arncade S)AlI'EI', Wholeaculeaml Ictriilcoiultautly on hanld, / to rlit p iurchasers- . Di)latlu blue and white clum; qioti past; leettr Ipapr, ivgry packet pt.t; of cuimiuercial do. ; iilltit front 8vo to It6ii; pr, ittlt g of Saverte' description; imrbile Englialei and French, Also, V lelth1 pawrirtled "t10 Iii astves; ciloled au bhoied a lu gid ulld silver, plain and etnbssed, includinug every of. dcaciiptiea nl'wrappiug, fors rb.h bye S IiAVID IfEL .'.I' & o, eN h tationers llt1, Ii. a! A'1 TINE'S- I cases drub sid mixed C ulinacu il jt fair and m ndium qualitie.o, frisale hl id I j' .9 I -'t ,A A B ID N; E & I t i 31 tI . . tt a ci N on.mum and xr ir laze for. ele hy .y_-'9 ISA.It: Icrc I;I+; e Ct o, i 31t ) aziiaetlt iI iLu- 6 c i.,ii.iuh,,ch ic i irauds,e otundug faii SoI' fltt boatst nn I oratle bi nilI ý 1f i ! 1';U l irI " Il'. Il Nei It., te ( A1 u -- it iuti k- t r alc- by OI J4' 3:T tON \\RY, d Grtd eit CInr.t e SI. i Jl~e t 'e. geondl nighlt of telo eougoglltto.ti the elerlntted Ail. EIJWI .FOII 1LIST. Tills EVENING, JAN, 29, Will be performed the Play ol DAMON & PYTHIAS. Damon, MSr. Futer.T, Pythitet Fredericks, Dyonissul, Fielding, Calanthe, M.rs Geene. Hermione, Darrett, To coeclude with the popular petite Comedy of TIHE CRITIC. Pull, Mr Barrett, Srleer, Fieldhng,i Dangle Keppelt 'ilburine, Mrs Greene. On Thursday, second night of MR. FORREST WASHINGTON BALL RnOOM Dress & Masquerade Ball, St. Philipetreet, between Royal & Bourbon. TUlE Manager of he abrove named Hall Room,grate . ful to Is friends and the public foa the unparan Tolled oteroonge bestowed on tim lorsaveral seasonrl respectfally informs thben that the establiLshnent h been enlalged for tie amuseaent of visitorn, and un dergone mine,lne repairs. 'The bar will be neurpased by none in quality a liquors, and the lealtaurat will be kept by the ablst estaurateur in tlhe United States. TIe ronm will reopen on Saturday evening, 3rd of November neat. by a GRAND) DRESS & MASQUERADE BALI., and will take plate ns usual every Monday, Wed es. day and Saturdey avenilg, dritng the seasan,wh e will and on tile I t of May, 1839. N. It. The geentetl attention will be paid to keep ieg iperfeet order tbroughobt the esiablidlment, an wml done last season. oet24 NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPfANY. NEW ARRANTEMENT. I'IlE Locomnotive will leave tile Depot t time foot or J Cnnal streel,every dayat 8 A. M. and returnat 4 P. M, except Sunday's, when shle will I)epart Return 8A.M. l1 P. l. p A Car fttr private partien, provided the number e sutlicilent, will be sent down tile road on one day's previous notice. ) j r, 18l:9 JAS H CAI.DWEI.l, Preraidt. COTTON CIRCULARS CO PRIN'I'TD woilth LIhe Greatest Expedition, and in a lstyle untmrpassed in New ORLEINS, or else S OtDEs left nolCoortin RooM in S. Clharles Ex' clhange, (Coatter f Goraeier S. ) or aL T RI U E AMERICAN PRIN'I'ING OFFICE, eorner of loeydrm and St Clharles Stroeet, will b promptly anlrtded to. Dec. I--if. STEAMI BOAT BILLS. OW NERIS, AGENTIS, or C PI'TAINS of STEAM OA'I'S can havre their Bills a brurk of, in ne or aeore CubeorTd Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, wilth desipatch, cad on favorable 'Termi, by loeaing their d ODERs atnTLTRUE AMEIICAN OFFICE, corner of Poydrae and St. Charlms streets. at Na29S-if .t il, jut. received and ir sale by jalt __ I.OUlil': & Ca, 8 Front Levee (1 A~ I It tXES--50 Caush Ioxe, of our wvn msnUU S facit ..e, far superior to th Eln)lise,, fr .ale by j ll ii LOCKE & Co, 81 Front Levee Tl '.K LIA -l50i 0 keg-' No 1 in store, fir sale by H I.Ct(KE "3 Co, janl8 8 F'rolnt evee at Bla-nk Checks, -Hills of Ladlng, Auction Bills, Pailsphlets, Show bills, Cnalt logues, &c. &c. E7ORDIllllRS 'for the Above, and every other de-r cription of IPIJI'IN I'lN(G I received ao Compting Room of"TII.UlF AMERICAN," in ST. CHAnLts Ex cnAnyGF., 3dI door from Gravi,,r street, or at the Printing iOfice, corner of Poydra aond Sr. 'lharles streers. Extensiee and beautiful Bioo and Joe FounsT from the best FIoundries in the United States, hase ju been added to the already weellastocked Estabtishmeat; -and (Ifnlrs s trill be executed as Iow, as Cheaply, Expeditiously and lieautifully, as at nny other OIlcea in the City. CA RlDS t ' lRINT'lrl: at the shrar.s Notice, in the most erl.Egant tiann , il tln,kr ('clored IK-I, on IEnmlelt I,,l, \WhIe IInl.e, or Plain nllrrfueed (CanD, and 'Prices eIry reasonabole at 'l'1;tl \t111tI.ll4N OP I' , corner oflte I td-h dtnd St. i'hnrles at.. &Seeatnl TN and hl fnultr FaaInts of 'l'tP hanne ijust bteen added to the Estatbtismenet. Orders receired at CntpIting l.t)onm, 'St. Charles Exchange, l3rd dor fromn (iravier a.,or at the Printing llice, eaorner of l'oydrae & St. Charles streets. TO IEIiRCIIANT'S. [)111jtt:IIANT'S ,can hare a ItEar.TIrUI. CioeO .Lsl stlrct of. a ftur hoursn Norl be, y c.allrts ar the t'ompling leoonm ' Tllt! AMERIICAN Fsa e;Plst ; (t O)Ftr', St. Cho.r.es Exchanýe, ajutnsinS the IRren.. -ING t..is aIt ('orner tft Grsvier st.ett, or at the Iintl ilg OuLi ec, eurn'er f I',nytth a and St. ('thtles streets. SI)VANt'ES till be ntllde on thipments to liter I ool Inla re, 3larotihttt,New nYork sad I'hliladel. n, by ADtAMSl A" WIITALL, - jult 67 Gravirsi.rt A I 41\1 Sh It f"sll,)0iol of different qualitie il in store and ftr sate tIe janl5 AIIR.\ItIAM TRIEll, 34 Gravier at $50 IREWARID. A TUNK ws broken eat Madam hall's, on A te evenin uf thenhinst ,n ld Iwo locket books, (oIle red lemolrocco, Ith' othler ltack, with gilt edges) con. lainting vaillles vllltllle ptiers, nid a nilo for $4,400 idrawn Iv t resecott atnI B uani,iin fivr ofrlie toetsri ere, an)yable on o ilbout the Ilitt of Malrcl 1838, and dated lthe oll of March, 18'37; the precise dales not ro. collected., All persons ore forlno sed notlit to trade for said note. Anionti thte papers is a rereit l of deptsite,with Burke, \Watl e ( ,o., f!" $5it,. paymentil t n hictl, as well aa the nole, has bln t l sloppld. T'he p'cket hook is to be left at the colntiT g room of Burke, Watl & Co, b hIrn the reward will be paid. ja I l2thswli SAM. B. WALI.. TA''..300 buhel Omlst, itn tosre, n tlonrtlel by I . . B,\'tITIIII)GE and co,76 s.aaiS aa t . lOAP.390 hoxes Boston Nto. N Soap, ending from shbip i r RAvis, and for oal by " j l S andJ P o WIIITIY. 7 Chrlamsp st P-iiNiT) l)ondoti Aniottll and N ,tstivse: 1 , (htt of Beu.ty, lty the Countess Bllssinatol, The Diademl, b) Mliss Louisa H IISlpridan, first up. pen renae, lleiah'a hl k ofBeantly, Syria, the Ilolv Land, &c. And a few olihrs n Is, all for 1839, with finished em graviogs, .lfver Twist, coplets in 2 vole, 1Smoe. tdo do pirtl'dl, No. 4, Sketches by Boa, part G, Rlob otlhe Bowl, by the author of Horse Slot Rob inson. Mlnarv lraytondt, ntill olltir taler, Fouir Y'ers in I'nroguav,bv Robertson, el Alieu Velnm', by tiss Leele, and olher nov etier, EJOHNS &Co, jal7 eir Common & St Charles Oe ILOUR--800 barrels superior brnnd, fornale by L ial7 O H BLISS, 65 Poydra. at -- UT:IR-.. I kar (iGlRtoen Iotter. in store and for ) sale by J THAYER & Co, 74 Poydras at SII. firm of J D BEIN & A COHEN in thin day J dissolved by imtual consent. John D Bein is chaurged with tile settlement of all claims against the concern, and will use the name oflt Cfirm in inquidation only. JOHN D. BEIN jan23--1839. A. COHEN. E[TA COIIEN continues the Commision Business in his individual rname, and for his own account. at No. 90 Common street. Jan 23,1039 VTOODWOILTIIt'nerly invented PLANING M A. CHIINE. PATENTED, Nov. 15,1836. Tihe suscriber being of the agents of eaid Woadwortl, h.n on of said Machines put tIt for uae, in the mill of MeSrr . Hortot & Co., in the city of La. fayrtte, which any terson can anxoait.; as ie has a numbo r of eaid aimholitet for sale, and has tire ngPncy for disposing of the urivilege for using sail inachinen, he is desirous to sell by states or pariles, as nmay beat suit the applicants. 'The machiites are the greatest Ia. boaur savitg atochioea ever put it use. for dressing and nto.otltin plankl firfloors, or bIards for weather siding. Any person desirous of Ipnorha.ig, rnt call ar t No.71 Rrtmanrt street, ahlrre thle subscriber can be found. janl19-tm Wl. P HASKINS. OF'tFEE--54 bags llavana Coffee, landing from barque. Roger Williamsnnr, lor sale by jna3 S 1- J 1' WHITNEY, 72 Camp at B UCK W\IIEA'I'-50 halfbatrels, for sale by l jm 3 ,I& J ' WII1TNEY,72Campat UNI)-- I,-'etiiud in lotldras satart, a pOCKET B' ,IO, earni..ining a oasuml of rmnicipal mttes;the owner will call at this lice and aluir, the same. .LOUIt. Ir:kwlhelt, l',tatores. &c. 1 1110 halt lis t:mih, 0 lour, '.'5 harlf hbls lhlilradelpliab uckwhent meal, Illl QOawrler d u do ti 100 IF tItll tho da,t do 300) Ihatnpi. rxtrn rsirzel lavre pouts *a. 5!11 :n liter. rll- . l d s llll n, bxrn ta Iladelphia assorted preser, Ju.lt reaairr toltlintalae iby G( W Piitt1 MII ig9 Jit 'I'AERT, Jr., jer . c rr Io.tras 6 Maglania a I)AbON ', ta:I --- a llrhhdl Ciriritllali, cured in slno Snd for saole h T I. ' i'i\US.' I AVERY. .i' 83 Graeeer a n .11aH---n regs plp tr t Loard, htra, lLe,--and ale y J l'II.lYEIo C, la i 71 'Poydrar

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