Newspaper of True American, February 15, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated February 15, 1839 Page 2
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N PEa., heving atowed to .aaphclpm a, alhre Ilaenry Clay, aad He!nle, retrnedl to lh.-n.ay wttlbalppcfaiao, babi areca, aed brlig Pilgela i- s rl thl lY'at * in reprtl nothing new. Ib..Wiayyaedt, Ilaeon, fr mn a W Pa,., heavin towred etat MyPdiJl]l0Sect evalad a bd oily ltthl b ship Nestor, hcbil abiad pweodfh;c a efdthea r Oa tha 11th ilat, at 1 Vý 4pea siprConerdia and Merrbant sill oe Ik IY il |U s~i ghjt l. notllin .aw ti the river. bo arlRaha NEPne risagtwke: shil rll to o aaad the city with sblpa .faeae and flJe IL on. a hi lltp m, raports hip Merchant still - a al e I . rs Plaixlbacviul towed inlde lthe Bar a Ilr H adlilata sn in ba river. Sa nbm ledla HaLdin,. in days freet Bostonl. a " , Lyn, 13 days [ram o New Yrk, to A Couan. A low 1026, 29 days frm New Yo, to Muter.. 11 t.b AEco. Lacraw, 2t days from Bolton, to Scat.r.. d aaea.ad mdase. kea Hebron, Barb.r, " ays flt Bnolaon, to Maater. klp Mane.n Nickel, 37 days from New York, to MNaer. 1 Dlll Pialgim, CaemplaeI, I0 deym frea aiaton. iA ea... Colorado. Underacned. froe La.teurce..no'aaago. Staamer Elea Douglala, Riley. from f, Illy. anlamr late. Rolag. Iewln. from Ilaycu cara. Mtmear Laratt, Laltm l,, fPi Baaypu csa. Ptamer Paul Jonea, Aakere .om Lafourcbe. aaerttley. ,Motlamoveaiom Donaldaeuvi Ia. teaamer Walker, Vault, frolm Piltburg. EXPOILTS. .IVF.RPOOL..ear ship Sladia..l149 hias crtoe. IIAVRE. pea ship Olympia..75 "'a cottona, anld Il000 otaree. VERA CRUZ..per sail, Craloa..-d0 tous ceal., aaitl lot of halrdware, A. NEW yORE..per b.hip Charlultte,.. 144 hI cotton. .............. per hark Fclleuutll..371 bhda .l9 ts, ad lebrla mo'.sla. 184 keg., and II hrle Ired, 27d bla •. laco, t8 bli rcc-e cultiag, andl 314 Ihdi.. EOBlON..per bark Dlaeor. 3l lrle pork, 9 pigs Ipad, 800 kb. Icrd. acnd1115 bis c',atull., MAITINIQUE..per brig."ldwardl..753 blrl flour. MAVANA..Iar brig Aedub.n..7.2 Icrla dour. 27 bxa el.ar Iark, 0 tska earthelrnare. 3. hlLblfl I lard. ............. prr brio Alcalctiula.. 106tl lc lrfour cald 97 ke I.r d. 5T JAGO DE CUBA..per aberlaill,'Jota..622 brls flour. TAMPA IdAY..per Ichr Moanet loriall...aiall loas crockery, Ilerdwram., wue, -. '7IIARIEISTON..peelr cbr usilla.. 1411 bda lllgar, aud 40 hbd. IInlolisn. NANTULKIET..per act'r Tleytee. ..70 hrel perk. 411 keea InrdgO b fI. I .uc, 131 brIl beel; u hhds hba,. elld 211 rIe ayr ccp. ST LOUas..per alencr t'ndali;9.. crates. and 13ealka narlbecuware. I ' tPR'I'Oi. BOSTON..per bark .Lbtru..300 Itol paing atonrle, llMliu rnl. jNEW YORK..pardhi;l Mam"..a.'d md.e. B'lt'ON..per breg Pllgrim. .;1' lots i.e.J 'leet. lIECEIPTa OF PRODUCE. Iodnny..pel ,.lclmer e!ilee Doue't.a..d bla cotll A I'l tau 4 Co,. fist do Vaaawyck & ro, 159 do Bournsl~ Ferridaly y e. d cJ7 et d k , J lelour, l. It ll,'uor, (talhler Z n iu p A .-Trk.t do l.yl-'. Iii, ria " ct,, 0 do(i 11 Lee.a 6i dc Roy ,olda. Bvrle 1 el,,50 do .l4V e :tO.lc y d, Lal.. Folaie a& 2., 12: du Bucklet, cr a.nt ,n& tr., 58 do l'evreJX. AccelI l ane 1Iado 8 ts tIhc, du G Ill laveport, 30 Jlu Nogeetl, 'ur, pie & AWctt. 1layou e.enr..per .canteer lltcn Roull ... t . .1 cU1 l o .Mbdtn & 'l'reaelel, 18 dio A I.edox e e P, 6"1 do Gtn 51 Let tco. 50 do tIWll lee ct,d10 1d1,J tI Ple'icle i 'e, 12 de II 1,cndcntnoy.1 4 do llnro, Watt a ce. , do RA RIe-.dle. 1 .4, Peyruux, Arricel i co. Ili do Gayle & Stewart 14 do e ArmoeurIIl dIe LNmbalh & Tbnmltu.. 1 do Blrcud Ladry, iIao Flalen. Bellceq * Leleelot. le do A Cloursn & co. ldod Tcylor, G.adlner & c,. 8 do Ucidwell lickev, 7 'o Conner G ridiey, 5 do Prescult, Joe e c, 4 do ilrtin l'letauta .c, 4 do 8 W Oakey, ldol Bnnet, Ferriday & co. Bayou Bara..er seealrams,- L.'t;lt..cargo: I1ll balas coion BarLe, Watt mad co; Ili do A Ledux .slid co: 69 do J U Plau chaeL;doA Rivardce and co; :d de. N a.Nd 3 Dick and co; 08 do Lamboth andThompeslny ; 47do IV Flower; 37do Gat R lea; do Finlay and co; 30 do Trylor, Gardlcer and co; 2' do Payroni, Arciuelailud .o; t do llreno da. ilyrne nod co; 13 doS W Otkey tnd co; 13 do R Brgeir; 7 do ('eldecll Aold allkeyr8 do Follcie, Belloaq l o ld )ele*; 5 do 0 Lcduaiey; do Caylo and 8taowrel; I do M Wlhate sld co. I.aburcbe..Per .almer Paul Jones..cqrgo: i1 holes cotten eacltl, Ferriday cnd co: 52 bdlslnger sen oe board; 50 do do W Flower; 7J brla mretlc,se A D Gue: 25 bhda uegr antl 50 bril noeeaesc W llogert; 54 hhds ugatr C.edwdtll aud flick ey; 59 bales cttola J I Plabche. Doldioavilla--Pclr stalamer Rodney..cargo: 40 hhd no: iar J II Lce eicb andco; 25brls pork Haddet tnd lall; 1 de molalel to order. Plaltburg..per .leennr talker.. I 1 bta glucaan. re. IHeadr ao k Gai.os.l.0 dtlc II IolllUbel, 5 bhxl fardltre, \ C'1 D Vaball. 9l meltcea brnlc 1 Rulel,7il do J It cCael', Lf00 do, 493 dopor., and 18 kegs I.lrd, 9 bI. and I2 kcns lard A D leae, ll5bhlmlt lour Stetel..l Avery, a5 brlc ilor and 23 do wbiLkey, Owears on beard. CONSIGNEI:d. New Yook..per ship Mo.se..J A lsrle lC nJ ie,& Dwler [ J RaI Bley,Layioa s ca. W IfSoneer t co, R allrsel a co. '1' flod, A (; rmi .0 to I; Bonne, Stnllh 8 Voorhaer, Layat M Awelag, WNnenehb, Jl.dia. e, G odfre.1.,,in4 eSmIll. L Williamns, necbo e no, etuo ll 4,A r, .W S J Geeqaa a h,,. Gleen og n, J r.i t nlee. order. Ioston ..per bark Aleao..R 1 SbcGil, J A Alolla ra, FoetelhLi Ldimorisk, I'aMcutt, Jlnes adoe, Wtll 'el. A (lre.l d5.dJ Vuirauns coneE FPlut # ao,,A l Wnlijuron. La. eare 4 Leonsdre, lRed h as. litolauro. Whiiidoes . aAD Gae, JIs KunIiaA Jdewelllel co. I' loe;i-/ uon Bero. AI dF ATirrellt.T l'(t a Ilnrrt;n, G Whitney 4 ro.Walker,Kniglht & o, W A lergnntl . T DAoilS, lridg'j Wed Order. New York..I'ereip Oeonoo..llenab and Rlodaerd ; Wm Teehem llCaCdts ood ind Sim 0e;,1 l ,d e;F end J F oreg s; ;J H aldwll; C Doane; Smleauo n d Avery; J HI Field eed co; kisklo. uald c; E Jola, nld ao; F WaVuld anild to: 8us and Ceo.,a J Vei;; and co; Lawrean;h nsdChae; ,ame; \Y U Hooee; 1+ York; WU C mnpk is It eolse;J Inlel; J H Feeeey; W Nacomnlb; A Cnhel ; J 31 llrod aull; Tarulolo Rlo Caldnll;a HI McGill; hFP Lonry; S ned J P Whlinny; Coila ad ca; W lioen eed co;nd F Anllhon; S IIt. hbane; It L Mrtii:; VWilt=;FFr ay allo o; A Gset nd do; J ASnlnrle I end, o; A HIe; A C aold W SIaio ;E dJohl ton; Ogden end Mnuteien; \Wuo'eay and Slolasan; J nacian; Geodin'yr Ix rinead snm;ll; H Labeiiit .,atc; C1(eul uodey rie il mill; l Lbott~lll ~King,;or J A Unlfilld; A rLmy and co; M end It Snllau;allu. Blake and in; J Callon; H II 'Leo and so; F~eacult, JIdea andon; Lidoll sad Stea-ae; SI Whlte and no; J Jwell; J P Freeman and no; II Brolwer end me; MIIDevernee; IItI Can.e; Lott and I -ek; Iart and Hinared; C. nor and G.idlylb e J list!; Pelcr. nd Millardl;d A 'p,,,.&i; L Cansd eand co; NWSefsd; R Il \bite; R I. w-. an ne blerddre and -a; R sills; V II Waldlron; S Itirkne; dll; Laverich nd co Smnith.HIl abber lnde a; 8tronnl eand Raoli;; Lefkn end `tnesue l Slard ig rennl; Iloalinny and (aniclurl ; J 11 Imruricl esad CO;IMontros eond Snointio;nur. and Burnside; Slt ohn, aFhro o ndco; Oleekur and Lews: J Falewm; W Alling; J I. McDaff; Leweence and Hill; P Toleneno and co; A HAil; Dapou aend IBen hard; tlldbanrdea, Wa er asen end Wendal-; Whitie nand Slark; E `tow anwelre; Levi H Gilnetlnylor and Hedden;J Latt; U Guaueqaenad to; Dnight uld Trowbridge; F 11ll lnbrd, T W 8;mith; Lelidisaladl Je. nuullinoi Feetoad Nllrth; Gossip and an; J Thayer end co, WV 'Popha; Uobben sad l hB oo;;ioall sod co; Smith and Vor. hnn.; W I'Phillips; Al eirkmanand co; V David; Adais ead IlHrtwell and arder. Boeron.-Per ship Caoncordia-J A Mlerriit,Cargo 4811 bags nnllec, 415 hboes Cnadlen, 870 caonk naile, BtlOIoxee herringe.700 boxes codiiSl,, 74 bble, 25 hI eluceel 17 8th dou eol~erol, 4011 reams ''tnr. lul0 toils S ordage,nnd uscorted niehdze &c. E Lombard G loin bard, It White, Shull &Bhrln, A Grant &i co, Bailny Ibllear ke, WI- I I lthaeey, Bongert & Ilowdhra, Godfrny,lawrin and Smlall. Lawrence and Legeedre, Sturkey JT Whiatiegheee L Cane & no; Hfoard end cr genfey; 11 Aetwood: J M l.elacde; ilat; r &Trici; F A Weld Iaem; P Shonnon & Ira;t Jarnin &Andrnai; WV H Saauei; Reaed & co; V lohcni, ;S G Blanchlared; o Knllog; Wv Hyde; S & J P Whitlney; 1) Shulop pned, Maiood & Signtona; C OVliiteny '& c; J 0'aren r cm! PeLaendis &e c; ILtH oG,JII; SI & AJIeanl; R G' Anlibo; 11+ & Hawthnor; Smih & Vorheew; J HI Nl ia& on; E Slow & ca; LII Gale; FTaraai; GIA WheeleF; J .A Irrelli & co; IHendersue & Gaiuer; and ejdcd FAnoINIIERI. eniam Beealper enoee let a Raor'..tallaogel, F b BlnIhaberdd, Ibia lnk,.S Thonlfn. I A Poole;;;l,; llain.end Fiala , landry. Ilardwell, J Wilson, Landry. Bonllennr. S Sollia. say. l h'ilacer . Il9lelaolrd. Lanrce. Chati,J 1 Taea.a.J Catoen.E Willi,, J c SloCias nod lady. Radesy. .pee anans~n Elioii Lonagla.e. Mips Sullivan. bitie, FlPyn, AIr Uapon aIdl oily. L 'Geutvan, A BrandA Ulnuaesad, henye, Daann, Faeilio. I Ilylner, lAIhelnl. Il jodlg. Pitn'iase.. lr elselnr lo'alken..T Oyle. J nlur~lie, I W Rnnonalh,J P Falle. C A al0y S leCiaekn;,, Iinoz. uitouclahn-Fere loenor Peal Jonae..S IIauroria, Rlnder, J Coeson and lily,0 Sraah, linde;, l~re Snarnie and eet, Dpaau Seaeh..Prr teamncr I evael..O F. Ce;,er. D Viguea, W Leednell J Perry, \ lHerrin. nia r..y, 101 te. Mglaage. Hiarris, Burnion 4. etuonat. Files,, Dr Ferrner, Roystos. Gar dine,. Judan Robeiea.. 305t A 'HaO.ne, Ilenseny. GBeeidn. ltbearbn%,. OwesI , dillinan Noalro. Icrvls, tdwaUhnnty; In.· sin. an'nlwlith and dennhteer. for. Dub.l;se, ace. suadolll, mile Upgiebethiw, Ta neat.. lady eel net. "w Ynek..ls,.lia OaeoIa..nlre Itlrmn. dbill end en;. Mle Hemae. Bline B Ilakiip. Mastr Iiaoup. Itioiin.E tel'il, J IAanew,JDBaka il Ii'dno.TC siiae..Ci, t Ni lfliiise, J Rebblee,S EtoRleose. lIinbert, Hillyer, L G LI ROneey. ASIORlANDA. hpl Oeaweesaw ehdp Gibrellear fea Ball;imor, oil thle fsh febnnad to New Orloeti. NOTICES. rThe Packet schr Edeanrd Preble, w'T jail fot Havana this evenuing, Paassengers will be on board, at 4 o'clock. t013 The packetr ship LOUISA, from New York, is now lng cpt let tite Veget ble narkr,. (.i.igteen atield to the receipt at tlhir eonl-. A COH E \, A gnt 9,J Common at barque SIIANNO)N, Ctl"t Nnwcll, f'om da .r learei- 4 tiers berlow, thle Ril tRoad. Consigeoes arte partiularly raqa.t. d ti ltke out r teaiits anl attead 'a tile receilt if their goods. iMtdsume chaunvlBrea, Messrs. A tlrantlie, Jean Albia MichelI Chauviet, Iouleseoa,cnaluttneen per ealadiefre m Ilauvre, are reqo*totd to uall at the teriber' tie and receivce tlicir cgilds. The eeont of iterchatdizo mnrkPed i)N and JC, -eatbiw t to attend to the aniaen r31 11i. II GALE, 93Comnnn et ARDfS Vegetable Ilair Oil, for the reastration nd rowth ofHair, giving healthad beaut and oe thls aier Oil w's offered to the public, it had tried in bunddres of cass of baldness, thtinesa, and ofofthhe irb and inneery instance its saluary be be re tweadt It hoo nner ilitad tapreduce omd beautiful (eow hair on hond. already hy,and produce I. without the least p sareeable fra w h e ' t I r p e r , rsale at F.'.I & I)'L 1 l E a 4 L E V. " . Jtw 0o WIZ. Calk tn onneauIeeItih this OlRRe Ilaa setf SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE'ASSORTMENT OF TYPE rid FroTIIE PAINTING OF Iampa phlate j D a h be $lklts I mnk Ckeloku lata.u I 31 Laai1. one l otel e Ditay 3.eeipte, v S etice A etion Bills, m Show Bills of ltem Boat BIB. OIsmlsar.s m eat And every deserlptelta ofe.l Work hat yet imay ecquiired. mi I7The proprietor .respectfully calls the attention of tin the publie t tthe abore Card, and assuares them that cm all work intrusted to his care shall be dene at the short- act eat notice, in a style unsurpassedt in this city, and fi at the lowest atoes. an at TIlE TRUE AMERICAN. r EDITED Sw JonVs lllBtUN. FAITRIVUL AND BOLD. N EW 'WOlR LEFANNI 11 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1s39. It Fazs BANxINo No. 10.-1t affurda us pleasure to Pr see timhe daily growing popularity of this subject. Among the manifestations of approbrtlon, we find from tI the Bulletin of yesterday, that the editors of that pro dent paper are in favor of the system.- We are glad to have an ally in that quarter, and it is no had index of the direetkm of the wind. Is the free banking system b tobe adopted by tile State of I.ouisina T If our legis- a lators are satisfied of its it importance and utility, why e delay I Was there ever a more p opitiona period for a its successful operation, and its benefle:ai influence? i The Bulletin says that" it ir absolutely necessary to adopt at, as a means if hrrging immediate relief to the pecuniary interests of the State, and all of the western . trade that centres in New Orleans. At this mio or ment the State of Lousilana is without any banking capital. and must remain so for years to come, unless 'new oues are e"tnbliihed. We have tried those in ex istenoce, aod found them inadequate to the pnrposelr'o ' commerce." 'Phe Bulletin further remarks:t In for', or only resotrce-our only salvartion do .r -nds u.po the irrmediate adlptio r of this nleaasre. i' hore it n plobabilitv tie- ranrther UrriteI Slates or 97Governmenrt Jliok will ever ire crtrrterred: tertuinly not for many years to come. A very intellieent anid ry, eoxprienasd gentleiaun a strn.r sdirualte and frienr of the old inelitltion, one of the firti and for rIanry years 0 i as a Dlirector;ithe mother lantk at Phliladelphla, re marked to us, not uanv davs ago, Itat he gore up all st hlpe rof ever reeio arnoterNa irionl Brrk tlhe mrrent Sthati New York adopted her present system; anid lo I ths eutiiooed, r if hint iryrtonl ho genraetly adrriited--or even d,iiptod in the tStatels, where the trade of the culntrv finds its greatest centre-rtr have no usee for one. thIe systet mn itellf romoves the necessity. We have heretofore glanced at the policy purased by banks as at present ureanired. ie .are explained that they crippled their energies, by leaumnrs in utere u'i aoms to a f:w ,Ivored indiiidals, whom they w-re I compelled to sustain thereafter, at the expense of Irh o. rest of the counmunlity. lhes debtors to the banks s have not been able tr pay off their' responsibilier-thley ir. would be at the mercy ofthe Ibankle, wc re it not that the Ln irnms for which, !ey are liable, fre so much greater Lro thIrla their present abi ity to pay, tihat they have the n booke at their mercy, and to keep their credit alive, ab I J sorb all the binesra.s iwhich the ban's may be cloing. Ir:, We have alwa held it to be a wrong principle in or banks to concentrate their loans among a few; they had al better for the salrty ofthe institution he generally dis o, tibruted. Ifthere be more losers, they will not be so u- extensive, or son ruinous and overwhelming. It is the province of banks, to furnish lacilities to bu ti sinees men, and lmen who want to use money. When r'f they cease to keep their circulation out in the conmmu eyi nity, and gather up and grasp their purse strinlgs, they ,o cease to carry out the principle on which they are do bared, and not only cease to be useful, but in fact, they icl. sit like inaubi on the country. Are our banks discoun. ting upi to the wants of the people-in truth, in propr-. do tion to the necessities of trade Is there antl proba bility of their being in a situation, or feeline, or diaposi ° t:on to do so for a long time to come ? Is there any 'I) esafeguard against a recurrence of the very state of ,0 things, from which we are slowly convalescing, as the wrhol banking syrstem enxits ? lienco the 'ru ce-sity of immediate meausures.to relieve the community and noer establish a sound and etable currency. It is one of the c° most irmportant bills before the I.egislatnre, and should tall. take precedence of minor matters which are so earnestly grur pressed forward. It must be supported by every one r a opposed to monopoly, and who believes that the devel. non. opment of latent r:sonrees cannot militate against our Sos inlcrets,. I)o the members of the Legislature think y I that Louisiana has so..Xient active capital for her im due mene operational Are they willing to se the rapid ,m cnd energetic striles of other places from the hopeless rIt' neta of despondency, to high prosperity once more, i. and still refuse to apply the cure to the bleeding wounds ,kal of our own state? We have not aifficient capital de foar veloned, and we must have it. Tihe Legislature have et it in their power to adopt a most admi able measure rlo the most inmportant of the session. Let them not tnd shrbrk from t ir duly. The State expects it from tar them. The Legislature of Alabama adjourned on the 2nd instant, after having a.assed eaout 300 Iille. "We, in thi quarter, should be thankful lufor our ex emption "-[Courier. 'Yes, "if ignorance is hbuss." NASHVILLE FEB. 9.-We flud the following in the Danner: V We have had a drenching rain, which commenced night before last and continued until last evening, when it was " holding up," but the weather was humid and oeggy. The river wras rising. Arrived, steamboat Laural, from Smithiond, without fright." A postscript on the margin of the slip says: " five o'clock in the evening, the river rising--6 feet on the The Now York Sun says Col. James Hlouker, a well known individual in both east and west, put an end to his varied fortune, by blowing out his bruins with a pie tol. Mr. John D. Simms has been appointed Chief Clerk of the Navy Department, and out Mr. Leggett as has been erroneously slated. Cleavelanl, Ohio, lan. 17.-'The fsnuw in Jefferson county, was between four and five feet deep laug week. In spots, vi presume. Mr. John S. F. Randolph, of the firm of aorse and Randolph, was killed during the recent oale in N. York by a blow received frot the cross bar of an a.vnin' usame, that wa blownldown. American Co leges.-Thre are at present 88 ('Colle ges in the Union, divided rather unequally among tlhe states. Beuides these, are 1i law.n.'unols,26 medical, and `3 Divinily echols. 'The number of students iu II of the loawschools, is 227; in 20 of the medical, 4C; and in 30 of the Divinity schools, 11l3Y. Remotval "ritu Statoe Capilul.-Th'lhe I.egialatt.re of I' linuis ua d. .inld tl retu.tu Ie lu atte guvenmonu fronu VanJulli tou Springfield.- [Philad. Ledger. Will it not he tuoe expensite to novae the old mate. rials than to purchase now on the ground. The sent of govern-eutt will be chanoed to Slpringfield, but we rauher think the people of Illinois will bho eaneOtus enough to allow Vasndnlin tu keep tlh" Capitol," thoughi she he no longer the Capital. TiTheeinlati.re o1t New York hLa:. before thelm a hill nuking a wife a competent witneiu for or eefinst her huslendf on a charge of Itaving abandoned his or her hildreun. NAtr. t.M To THri PiLLOrtTr.-The Lacon (111.) Her ald says:-'Thl editor of the Peoria Register, a few weeks since, sent to St. Louis by a terantrer, tO0 with bh:ch to purch.on his supply of prumting paer fr for the winter. Whilet at t place the Ie.low golon adrunk en pree, and very eouon exaendd in carousing the ed itor's $10,who has in consequence bacu ronlpelled tl publish a half sheer, (roerlya fea simile of our own) to prevent a suslensionl of Ila paper. The teamster next disposed of Ith horses, wagon and harness u hich he had tn hire, for $li:P, which Ite pocketed, and immediately made tracks for New Orleans, whence he will seek con genial sprilse, in "Texas." This is cheating the prin ter wilth is vneos,"tea. UOited nres Ship its tle Indite Oe)ras.--Tilr Globe staies that it is the intention of the President to keep a.. American cruiser employed constanlly, in fu ture, in the Ir.dian sese,s r a ut to direct such fre quest visits of our public ship as shall inpress on the minds of the natives, aconvicii in that ley will return at certain alated aeasolst, atud consequently r,-wea. the recurrence of outrages imit:ar t to that perpetlate oil the Eclipse. I.OIstIaLLr. Fel. 6.--\'t have di;ps fru rle t';ry Gazette, wlh h.t : * Tb wUeathe r centiues old and clear. The snvri o l sation is su*p 'e SAm,=ersLrr, or Mtassatsi ,iteLts.t* om.-- The him emranpondent ojthp Vickashkg Whig,who style shit- ons selfU Howard," writeq iuadrdate of the 5th; sue The Jackont tthltblitl pl6ef'some etrtagoei hn- a rideota now and then. 'Ie 0t"e1i night during the mnet pathetic seened in the LI.dy of onas,. the au dience were amused with a gnme olnrmlhpegai played M by a certain member of the Legsltatre, on the stage wh uenr the orchestra-a large Spanish knife making se- tie veral grad decents from ite noe to the sat. iase, the e eghbourhood of the foot lights, and in the preeno e li of tte assembled el;te and fnhlicouof the capitol. tam the of the opinion that such annluemenot belog legili- the mutely to the lclreu, and ahould be driven from the state, fonillg as they do, no part of fallionabe drama. H DLLAeAcen-No United Staten Senator has been tht et elected. The State's Senate hes referred to a com- e mittee nf tlreolthe setrect of Dr. Joseph Maull'e ldee- of ftin by the Hr-use. Elijah Cannon, Esq. of Susse bhr Bounty, a Whig, has been elected Stare Treasurer. Anp act h a peaed the Legislature allowing a bounty of l fifteencenrt per pound for coeoouna r ied in the State, V and fifty reta per pound for raw silk reeled in the de state froem such eocoons. The law in limited to four ye years; and ireoriotated silk companies arem excluded in from its benefite. p1 The numberof Army pensioner of the United States, at in 41,870. _ _ The foreign Arriv·al in Phi'adelphia during the year a 1838, were 464-being 55 more than in 1837, and 43 c more than in '36. IlPORTalcT, IF TRve-A citizen of Vickaburog, Mli oiisttpit his invetlted a piece of machinery to arve power itll the proerlling ofeteaithotte. The Sentinel - anys that its application to steamhnoat navigatinn will en proce ore of the mt.t important inveatiot of t Ie Iav, n it will save nearly tllrs-fourthn of the ftel at p.Oe oet consumed in the gelneration ofnateam. to [Philadelphin L.edger. it of We cannot vouch for the correctness of the above, Tm but we do know that a gentleman of this city, a praetical is- and experieneed engineer, Ias invented an improve-. iy mennt in the for n antM conniruction of the rseam engine, t for which will he orunealculnble advantage when brought ti et into .e. A vast addition is made to the propelling Io power-lees than hall the room in taken up, and in he every renpect it will be more eaonom:ial than the pres. !n t engineannIl morer powerfril. We hact seen a drateof 1 it--it is eceeditnrly simplified,an I unquestionably will ng upercede Ithe present plan, lwhen it is tried-stfit sace e" ts we have no dnoubt. The inventor in Mr. Hunt, a t iX- gentleman who has made the mechanii:a, counteted I 'f with steam, hirs tudy for years, and he has the practi ell experience of an hll engineer. For tile ,tladinonian. or BENTON AND THE TARIFF. illy laenin in the gallery of the S.ente, te other day, nl whenlel11r Bentor ws rn e'ogizing feneral Jackson fior a of ldeetrvibigtle 'l'eri ad, ot tid e tm1o ilrrea onlomnig Ip Ma Mr. Clay and lis freierands, nebaid for their Iligh tariff rn- etios. I can indled, on try returitn Inmy houre, to all recr t tile vtu e oil the r ansee of thie TnriMf f.r 182"1, net the e t eptie t reciinbe t, admirtedrl all Ilinrs. thtei hI to ever been enated. TIhe net whbich prrdluwed tire -or cuitlhrn rebellion, ndl br-oght itto rxistenie tlr t fiery the litl inlld f Ntllihlinr, trhi lender if whlirch in non in fer tile arm if Mr. Hcenron; ad, sir, to mry ittr antole ihnuient,i fitl, rotwilhet.relig rtie helruritieal ment of ,lr. Ilenth ani tte ollter frerdsa of thie ndministration y t hia lnav. thre rote un that day r tood sn followe, entse t pl -arn e of the bill : ne Yens--Ilyrse. Beranrl, Rnriton, fenlon, lteinan, o lilbligly, iC:.,ns, Dickersa, on, Entr. Fieol, Herrison, Ilhldrickie, Johnorn. o' Kentck., la Cnte. Klighr, .de ,he LnNe. Mlarli%, Noble, Rliedlev, Rrm.an, S.nford, Seyo Ilk itori, Fior, V, an Bare', Webster, Willey-26. ay .Nyc--iLl. tle Here uni call ae, with what l dacinutr effrontery thie ., lOo' n :Ilturn round d a: dcatechise TMr. + laY and ti h lis friends eir finvrriiiigtlhUrtectic it Of AmIerican in. tire dLtir tit Int tilne: let them look to the vote of their oh- drirfaj d filt leader. se. MionnEr.--A ihorib'e murder wao ceonmitted in in m naliiogto county n few dns siane, by a young mant had named Cnell Hinvictim was aneidi' Bioe, a youllg man whom we Irarn an+ recently aerried. iHe was is, idreadfully manlead with na bwie knile, but an the cre o iil underging a Ile al investiglation we fiober to speak o thi crcnsinetrne. Is tihe aeavi of the Bowie kniif niver to ceasel It our Sntsate tho rentinue to be di r- reed by the eiactme retnt cheh sreee Is the f.arest her Iprtion iiftlie worl for ever to he. drom hd iu blood ! eo-In the ,iinae of (uid, a.ld justice and hlrnlenity, cannot sonleting hP (rl*ne . prevent the frequent recurrence oy frsuct crinoes?--Vickesbrg tVhig. hey ArOetIER.-- e hear I ruer r of a tinaost hndiah and on. coll blohrded munrder, which is amnd to hive been coie soiued in this county ndey -.r two ailnee, whicb we ein or- curely hope toany prove irtlondeld. In rlhe mean time he- tut-il wl Have somethiigi fa defdliuii c.firnatory clt. raster, we deeliuc givrilg names orcirclmetnuces. eec Viclksburg VrWhig. f Tta tVrESrTIGATtrING COnnmrTraa.-- Ve learn with th eat-rleaneire lthat the Select Conmmitlee of tle U S Oirre of If ltereverietlltive, now in thi cily, aire devoting S iir tinelvr ,el cln-ivele t", the diicharge of ilhe irn.ior. a Ot ,bli htiions impelldel upintem by tire plpular trhoe Irntoh tfCon.reC, anc d re el the weay f fulfilling the rid lighleost eapecite its of Ihi-e-onntry, 'hle puhlit:prints have ollheily ildicated tie kindnessrr and respect which, tally tie minicil, r nuithlriri' l ave dsipleyed toward trhe one omirierin extentdiugll to tie it forirrn.l vote of tIhne eel n Itrpiulitii of Ihe ci'v; anlld wre k'now thel privaee 0o. .i odit, in ihe pit ofn r rfell:wl eiriznpr, haer not beei our Ihehild tih public auhlh.rities in providing fornnd Blevis hink i g ig fi-reatest anlult ofgrtlir.oioi to these offlicial ie- ltlctirllre of thn Ire Itiolt. litetied, hiowrever, as we lcalnol hut wih I core Ilrirr iraleu mliifesterionre, we 1 ern etiI more ileased to learn tire il.lnxible deterleinu trrlull el Irecmrr tllirrae not ti ie dlrvwn oir turned asirde tore, fronrthe importanl purposes ':r which the have is n elegirted t, bisit u-; ndtler tiIthey ilave invariebly iais d'tired thcicnslrves tllre hlonnrs, nd thre ilr Uelroe personr de-ul gatlfircationr willl Iih h.e Ieri prilliredl to Itemr. ave 'l'hoirsucdona, we uderstlad, commence nt ten o'cloeh in the mrilini, and conrinrue until paet firrr in the. ore, afternoon, anl are rerrwed gniu atI seven in the evening not d onltilnue until ten ror iter. \Ve aeeorl to suo. rrom eedilouie indnslrv tihe eCOln ntirid-iia of "eelldone thou good .trdfeitfrul eerruls," let thie rerilllr ben it may,' IIIn itlher implicnliiniq r exoneratilg lile iaccused partier, of ti.e high IolitiC i nnd nitrm hruerthes oi oblierinon sld d duty Ihat nrave beeru charged uponl them.--N York Tiimed. [For the True Amoricno.l ROUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Thursday, 14th February, 1839. On moti-on of Mr. Davidaon, the resolutio fixing the ad. Journmea t slie die, was taken up, aod aler conaiderable dia. claion, and various motions, adopted so aato tx the adjoura moont uin die furth 15th lDanreh. Mr. hlorse presented a petition of certain inhabitants of the parabh of Natchitoches, prayint fortheincorporation of e town. Referred to a committee composed of Mesars. Morse, Ball' and Phetphs. Mr.'Gdi,,n preanoted a patition otf ertalint Itabitants of the parish of Lnfouohe, rel:ltiv to tbe lawons roads and Invetas ..referred toa special committee composed of Mesars. a;uon. Keoner and Godherry. Mr. Guion also preoonted a petition from the same parish, on the subject of the imposition of a tax on slaves for the purpose of keeping up a patrol. Laid on the table. Mr. Gaiennie presentood a resolution requiring the hoard of pub!ieworks to exam ine and report upon the expadieney of atkintg a rail read from Natchitochea to join the Atchtfal yea railroad at Opolousae. Mr. Davidson reported a bill relative to the Springield In. tlitse. Mr. F. D.Conrad reported aveeral bills and resolutions rel ative to the penitentiary. O. o1 said resolutioas which di racted the elnqtlry into tle expedienlcy of appointing a chap lain fUr tof penitentiary, woe rejected after omne dubnto, he. tween Mr. Courad on one slie, and .essrs. R,.tlifoad Gaien nin on the other. on olltitlttional groaoodl. Te, dealte on thae co'etatd elec ion of Isane T Preasto wne resumed. ltr. Conratd tontinued and concluded his learn ed and eloquent alodree. Mlr. tonwi opened in reply, Ile has the deor for t tor. row 11Ee CtAMP-Nothing can speak more in favor of lr Barrett't moangement, than tie fact that the " Lady of Lyons," with the original coat, and for the fortieth or fiftieth titme this se0ason, drew an ecelllent--iodeed a crowded house, on'l'uesday evoning, althongh Booth's H.ltmlet was up at the St lhtatrles. VWe do not know, on the barlds, a chllaracter no whlly developed as tht part of Gean Doamos, by Mar G Iarrett. lrefJre we had aenits rutjpresentation,or had read the play, atteattivl but we had not coined out of our busy brain, the rhao rarter, the hbua ,r, ithe ge aru, ns, ru e flinig old soldier that Mir arrelt moakes of Damns. It is one of those e lllhodtlents that we do not often ha.t an opporrtnity of teein.. The part of Dumas is beyond our conltr.I asscnciated in our otinld, with a tell thin gentlemon, of ilver curls anld an honest, blunt, purpose, ready at all times to forgira or avenge al inljury, anl not too quick in ovenging a supposed ofllnc.e, but very willing and very ready. The whole character is developed by tlr Iarrott, and wne cnntot say as much for any other repro. sentaioan of tho old hero, that we htave seen. Indeed, we foel ino dsire to tee anlther in tie port. Aoothor chlraecttr of this beautiful play, has been siezeoI on by a gentle hand, but it is farmly held. Not Ellrt Tree, with all rthe blazon o! her fame, could win the part o Paulie from Mrs BaUnrrett. It is here. Sihe lits be-towed on it Ihtt t .lattentiun which enables her to appreciate the se salion, which the poet. had he tI"r com mund of the artist's oasil, would have thrown upon tbe cnnvass. Site i, what Bulwer portroaye , the gentle and delicate gill, who, by a silly mother, has been bred to lootk upon rank and title as the periheliha of earthly happliness, but who yet has in her heart more reasonable counsellors, whot give hor dilfentut adlon'tion. \eY like to hear tile silver tunes of Airs Barrett's voice breathing the essence of poetry-thie one is " to coun t, r'eit presntmelot" of the olther. Who can awonder then, that the I.ady of L.yonls is atllractive with its 0oigioal cast? T'true,(Claudt 1elinutea is not precisely thie a,;o itndividnal ir thne hauld of Air Frederick, thatt it ws ar imperesnated by Mr Fortree. I SMantre aoll Iho critici*m of groundlingo, or those who 4 Into' trottbd a little Ihigher-maugre tIle oritictotr ot il, o -t iA4 bi p ighlo ,e l a':d thin(th+ttoyt. at rianoto apealI a'e~0tr, we look upon Mr Forret'se laud.. Melnotts as one of his proudest representations, and me think that in the same ratio as uliwer can congratulate himself m. the success of the play, and "sa sms earl.. ous tongue," Mr Forrest has reason to trlui.alin his successful illousratinn of a character which e4 Ahawne been considered out of his line. No There are some touches of nature, some finishes in Mr. Forrest's Claude, that we have never seen else where on the stage. Though replete with beautes, there ae reome things, which so stand out above all C others, that in looking back, we are willing to ee only at I them. But we have unwittiugly wandered from our theme. Mr. Frederieke plays Claude pretty well. Hekhowe the words 'ofthesuathoranod what they means I which cannot be saidcl all ector. And he celd reed 27 them too, if he would diecardthat manqria which has been supposed by some, either an imitation ofthe faults ofMacready or of Ellen Tree. Occcoainly,lthis mieht do. it but it plesees not es to see it "rubbed in." There are s passages which it suits-alnd o rill the run-down of if clockpoint to the hour twice in the twmoty.for. We like 1 e, Mr. Frederik,;bet auss he reads like a man wri, .n e derstande and appreciteos, and yet be has adopted a tr very bad manner of expressing himinlf. HlI gives the td language of the author-and that more than aught else, plays the p'ay for hinm. He has an agreeable person, al e and though not a musical, yet a very soft and pleasing voice. His persen is not a bad one, and he looks well on the stage. And hare allow us to persuade him to avoid thatmaun-nerism or womaitsm of position, which 13 once before we hinted at. Let us n.t forget in rehkoning up the causes of the ottloess of this play, the Widow Melnotre of Mrr. I c Gree:. We shall not repeat what we lave said, but al after her, the representation of the character by anoth ill er, would indeed hbe" weary, stale, fat, and unproita ' le." She throws a pathos in the prt,of whieh we had nnot suppoed it capable, and small as it is, she mnaka it by her excellence, rtand out among the most promi. re, neat features of the play. a It really nfolrds uo pleasure to record the triumph of '• a well represettled play by a stock cempany, without te, the aid of additional lustre from " Stara." It is war. Ith thy ofthe taste of New Orleans, and is a feather in Bar. og rett's cap. in MASTEs BUREr, arrived it. our ctry last eveni g VWe do not know at hlich Theatre he is engaged. tof rill CLE5?ATA.-TIte statue of Egypt's famous Queen, ac whose transcendent loveliness and gtace have been a the theme of tilh Hiitorian and poet, is now being ex ted hiblitedat 53 MRagzin street. It is one of the most :i. beautiful Ispeclnimon of art that we have seen, and nseems to glow a0 if the heart throbbed and the pulse heat, it is so like litf. The fai:e is one of exquisite sweetness, and t'ie form is elegantly yet not toa folly developed. No man of taste should fail to pay the f Queen a visit. She will reward him for his trouble. ing If Cleolatra was as beautiful as thin statue, Caesar and rJff Anthony may almoat be pardono' for yielding to her Scharlmr. L t e t--- -~---~ FOR HAVRE.--Rgular Packet. Thet.1 and fast sailing shabip RICH MOND, Capt Winship, will receive itome diate despatch for the above port, bhaing tii. greatLs part of her cargo engaged oad cing o blard. e Forbalauce offrelsighl or passage, baving ouperior a comeiodllaiomas, apply on board opposite tla Alino, or sir fe15 L H hAlE, 91 C(omman ,. FOR TAMP a BAY. S The tact sailing achr MOUNT MO. RIAH. Halwthorn Ialler, will sail trio day. For freight or passage, apply to ve fel5 Sl & P WIII lTNEY, 7. Cnn b F FOR NEW YORK. E Tihe achr 11ARIO)N, Cant Torrey, will P lave despatch. For freigtil lr ps.Mane, ap. Y felS 73 Camp st GOVERNOR'S HORSE GUARDS!! r oit will lttend Compahy mee-ts, in ririzen' dr.ars, on Saturl,,y afernoon, at tile ExcLeae' tel.at 5 o'clnock precisnly, to trnslt bhsinvtfA imrnrrlatc I thie copallny, bv order of Capt ()lrlln c CrossA. f IS JHllN eIIM ,tN, os

ANNE B-OLEYN. ' First time at thre ('amp Srre,,t 'lshrntre. I oiey o rt or't nt 'irEhtttO mIsR. FIELDIcN G respec fully intlorlel biha ftern 1 lod the puhlic that, 216 Clifton having in the kindest manler vlunteered her .erviees, his beuefit will ike ,ineat s on Saturd ,b the 16th inst., when will be Crlanled thIe historiTall DnlI of ANNE BOLEYN. Anns arleyr, by Miss ClifRnn, Ilarry Percy. Mr J Kin H renrv" hhe ty let time, oeldi g After which aaritely nfenlerlainment~d to cnaolude willc a favorlrr Piece. Hie tru-l Ihe irist appenl willd merit andl recevsa n portion of their liberal patronage. AND PICE B URRENT. HlE delaycasel by I' t"t scarcity of the descrip Srtlon oftvpk n ll reirPd r the Paper cormpelled the abescribet to iormtpalc the publifation fr smeran days, to the very rceas dit ppointent. of the public, lie is, however, happy to inform the nunm'ronls appliealts that he h. inle ,aer Iy tie last Pakert front New Yolrk a foil anassortme of the kind of type ln oeteary for till to use in the : Detletor and con wllently the first Ilm - her will he iublished on theurlda a next. Thir Paper will cnlnain a list all the cnunerfeil liank notes in circulanlor, thr.ughout the whole U. S, nEd Ca:tlda,y r aeclratelv described that peronE nrot accustnamed to hurdllng I;akl notest cb t asif v detrr l a coltnterfiet. A list o all the broksn bnaks andst fraudulen bank nc isre tlotilns, will also e ftull d in Ih Io eteclor, toeether with the rates of discoe nti oi t all kinds of Mississippi, Alaoa sa, Tennsse he, l Forid, Ohio anid eastern mlly generally. Texas Treasury anote ville also he cOar lnoly quoted. 'he Price P rralpa will beogot up at oirat iexpen e, santd ay be relied on as the crrglct rates of the market. dale ofstock in Wall stret, New York, land aotevery description ofinfarmation useful to the mcrt lant. me. ch Ric, traderb steao boat or ship capwain, will be fatnnd in the tetectoor. It will bi published over Sundayl mernin, at d5 cents far a single number, r $8 lr annuls, parable half yearly n advalied. Perso r re raiding ott of la city can have hllim nestly enclosetd in wrapporst and des ipatchsed by the mlt n Sumnday. To the scelibtrs in f I el eder, sted bolves.n, ('rexash) they will beCrwar fided by the regular steam s prket. ANTPHrNY H CCHUVI.ER, Exchanrse rotker, 10 Carlp sat. N O; I Third tbl, COIl cinatll;antl 220 Proadwry, New York. flse15 A COFFEE HOUSE To etr. ilt a large sIank of liquors, sidlntred in one ofl the Ill4dst baintllesa arrs of the larthe only relon thr pornrletor bt fir sellhng is, that he does out enhlo goad health. For lurth r 3,ar 4u6ar,. apply to J Kennedy, throu, h the Lst Oalsce.i fe l-at S ,, &3 MackCrelO in ltore and for sale by fo1 J "lio IHAYt I & Co. 71 Poy t rao st 8TA't'Of S--2t 0 berhs nrelherno poitates inll ore, Snnl fre.lc by J "rItYe , l'It& Co, Sfe15 74 Pnr drot .s U NNY It . S--I 00 h uh ats2 and :t bual i tse rrs, 39,396PriiSrs u7ino4Pr7,873 t Blges, fort-alcby J TIIA.YEIr & Co r _ ~h15 71 Pnvorh st B At'ON --70 cn kos, a fl lt rstie nllicle, t. IIS i.ul dteri,,,ud sillels, flr stal bh G DOIISEY fe15 41 New Lrvee 200 lDrmeina mt rnies FIGS, lndliig irut ship Gull Vilstat is fur o~le by fCl5 IEAI) & Il&ARSTOW, 7 Pank Place AHII-ei on that Iut$ons, a taw aind irntcrantiig J work, by this ery popoulr ntllntrr, jst rceivsid and for sale by AL3EX T'OWi It, tRbi 49 Canmp or ) IIESO'ON'S Treatise oi Bltk.krceling, in two paots, one for mecihanics of all Iloare, alil onr firmerehlrti sald bankern. Alsoe, Bnnelt'e, for aer chants exclusiverly: accounat Ibooks of evlrv deetcripion ,or saile by DAVID FFEI.CL & Co, fel c NY Stationers Hall, 24 CIhartre ct yhFFElTirbiugs Haoan- ifa 7 ýo ,iiditip frotim S brig CI.helatin, isr sale by 6fel5 S .J P WHITNIEY.72 Camp cI ~U AL"-I50 Lhi o.0 pl. mtion, boe . Ihe city, i, fr sale by ILEAD & BAIISTOWW fol5 9 Bnbk Pl'.er (V ElI ENI--Ilydrulic and ltonain.jiost r.elvc., tid .1 firsnle by 33EAD & BAITS'1'OW. foli5 7 Ilaok Ilare. U OliT S-4 ...s .s.tot cal. f sowed , aliti Slnromi batk Bsbalt , farr sale I ey ftS. ISAAC BRItDGE & C, 'i4 Mlgeizh. alo Tire ftilow ing ate tie idrawn ioumboes of the Louis. a Lottery, Class 5, foIbr 1839: 73, 54, 3., 46, I:4 , 12, 45, 13, 64, 24, 66, 71. $211,00l CAPITAL PRIZE. LOU1I SIANA LOTTERy. Aulorirzad bhv Act ol'l.egislalurc. Chalpter X.Il, palsted Alaitlc 21, 1828. Clant No. B1, fir 1839. t1. be drawn on Saturday, Febl. 16. 183911, at 5 o'clock, P M1. atlthe Excltange Ilntel, St. Csrless st. I). S. GIlt(Eit)ht & Ci,. Successora to 'ATES I McINTYFRE a" Co. 78 Nnbrbcs--13 DIrawn Ilallots. GILANI) SCIIEOIE. 3.2,396 PIrizer.a nmoutin. to $27.1,873 Tickets $ 0O--IClnalve '! 5)--Qllarters ia 125 Packbage of 25 ticke+in fr 125. I' ikoRge of 5 25 halt ti.keta $62 5 . 'ackager tl ".5 n1atrcter I icketnit oa $11 :5. Fur rit'knges or cigll lu'itt-. eilpia.,t I l.:hlA i ; (.'Aall :Il, Wt. ,l 41 6,I 1';dlllj ,l TO-DAY. 3,0 Capital prize, Tickis nnly $4 10 [ RAND STATE LOTTERY. secon Drkwiof .g the Grand State Lottery Class 13, 71,7, 48, i8, 4 1,i , 1t, 60, 6 4, 2, 72, 5. No. I, 6, 08, tlit ophal I'rize of 513,001, w ios old S i a whole ticket, by Ir Johu Y D vis, No 49 Custom Ilouse street. and lcashed as The I soon as presented. talifoe (l LASS 13, Aulhoris.l by the Legislature of the Teho State. 'Po be drawn 'this Day, Feb. 15, 1083, 2 Sat 6 o'clook, P. M1. at Bishop's Hotel. e or S DAVIS & CO, Managers. 7 75 Drawn nlmbers-12 Drawn Ballots. An C n, { Spleadid Schem. . Gra d 27 814 Prizes, amountinr to $192,323 ts Tickets $4 00-Halve 2 tO-Quartere $1 00. to Paekaes of 25 Tickets for $101), wrranted to draw Jrrer at leant $148, and Ion draw the hltgsl e'pitol, a Saw, Smounting to 13,000!1. Packages of U5 IlalfTicken I re $50 00, warranted to draw at least $24 110. Packages on of 25 Qlnrter Tickets $25 00 warranted to draw at l Sloonl $13 00. For packages of single tiekrtls, ply at Ilhe a MANIAGEIS' OFFICE, a Feb15 Chartree atE vol he ICILY MADIROI WINE-tughmIot's L. P; Cdli race no Zille brands, in tube, lslf pipel, qulroar casks, I o oand llared, for salo by ISAAC Uliit)1E &lr(o, Mlill S fl5 134 logazinle t Ada S l ANNCL COAL.-25t ton, for sale by Buit all I felt-3t GODDARD Jr, 25 GrOaver at Plee o U SSIA SH1OETING.--.. Iale, ofo s epribr qo- Fr h S yfor sale by ISAAC BR (iD E Co Co lab 15 134 Magazine t l he 5 01 RAGS HAVANA COFFEE, F he 1 1 1 301 th o uso n d d o. l g nre, ou 111 bosen Virginia crewiag tolecco, t 1200 do. frei Malaga inirons tb- 50 do do leoolll,, tn- 37 froails do, oloods, ad 300 boxls sperm candles, 020 do Booton ro l C, k40 barrels epermn nnd lhale oil, Mi. ('01 tiorosn Colliloii rice, 175 bhl In lof mler, in store for sole bh ja26 ABIIAIAM 1It ER, 34'Gravier It Iof out 1ASTOR 011.--10 hrrels No. 1. .astor Oil, at ./ prime article, in stre end for sale by .JARKVIS &.ANtI)REW, ar. ful cor Comonroo & Tellopitonlas ets B LUI INKI-Jost recoived per .lil Arkanlsnsa, two log sd o oJonhnalzoo very soplsliol lllre ial, wmenrrlt. ed oipnoiur iortiole, by DAVII) FIFLlT Ce, fcl2 N Y Stationers Halll, 24 Chartres fen, lO COUNTRY MERCHANTS & OTITHERS- ro e Tile T llhlorihers lore now reeivinln an additional r- upplyiofoarllten, Chinlli, la, silver, wood anid ion tell ex- nr ore;lstors, lamps sid table cutlery, which ihey dler re tost for rale low, on thie nootanccooenoodtling rernts, wehole nod sale or renoil. Counltr mrchanlts nnd other+ would der finld to Iheir ndvantage to call and exminoe, ,reviol to by poreloslng lseowlhre. I IIILoWWE. .. Coa , .s e Imlllorterl oof b; aloov wares, 17 ('lllp t. 84 Coolmoo . 'in ally N B. Also a few sets table knives wiith silver hndlies, No the a new nd o l leiore iclll .aric. f-lI lble. lIIENI I'I"S lhermometlers.a e ry hen ooliil 00f d Fuarticle, new style,juol ricrIvd ideom l orIlre,od olin nod firosle by tt Vll) Il,' teIT . C, wo her 1e13 N Y Slti .0,er IH1ll, 24 Clhatre t it IOPPYING PRES1SES--Just receivd I doz. do, aRitches' P'tent Lever Colying Presses, for sale Iy DAVYII FEIN & 0o, NE H fe3 N Y Stntionerl Ilnll, .1 Chlaitre ost me- T IN WARE MaonufflclorY-lry v article of Ti'e r th and o edniet copper ware mtolnllfoheoureoit he lorlrt ned. etllntpie, d in a superior -tyle by 8 F ao- fet3 S I.DUioE 4" Ce,8 Foot oC or N Bi-On hand at all tilne a large oasortment of lin and onl ,er wroreo. CouIntry Inerchraltl are paoriculoar. Iv invih,)il to call. V g rP.i, : L is l ay. A inns Code: Ilollinoan's Coure ofLeentl Sonond, Ir vol: iHughes on i.anroc,: I.oweoo'o ilharler I'ortiie .: not Forlll BoIol: RKeves' oli Deceo's: tl.scoe's Criminal Evidence: Civil do., IRusell on CTrites,:! vole: Norrin' will rolie on Evidtnce: Routherfor.l's Institoo-:o Nw p. Yolrk Analytical I)'get, i vlllc: Powell olo orlgcges: in Jillge Vek's 'Trial: Il'Intiosl'o olodv of ilio I ow: i Matlltthews on Presuoliolvte Ioi lenice: Ofilfood on tPlead inorM enatgoe on Lil: Tlillinhlloct on Liwitltir.oor: n!! ''lheobold on Prioeipal lod Surety: 'Pliomn' Coke, 3 ch vols. Foller ol ExLeculors: Tonllinll' Low D)iclionry, :1 vols: Treatise on tIho Law of Fixtlres: o ltrkio on A Evideone: do. on Sllalder: Slogden on Vendore: Sioon- co der oan Pleading Ilnd Evidence: Smilh's Chancery Pactice, 2 vobl: Stevens and Benecke oil Averote: pr Storv's Colnoentouloieson tile Coonsetitution: Lao ol Ii. Stales: on Equirv: on B.ilhnents anI ont, r l tlcnfli l ofI I.aw: Seaono'o F'oarlo in -quit: W\entwortlh on Exlo cators: Walker's American Law: I' illian on Exeeu tors.I 2 ole; for sale at 49 Calnp sotreet. le13 AIlP;X TO'VAR. - or rClO PLAN'TERS--The oabscribrrs offer fi.r sale, de Mll'l:icr's ('oro tli'l-,obeoerlckere. corn spieller., O slrr.w nod t folder cutters, nod every ollh,'r variety of flrn)in o and enldeo toole; .crain, Goso anil glrdenl sl d-; I'0 Iooks on ngricllturo a d inallgm lllent ofI ' soklk; fruil id Illnlm nll tret nnl ot plants. ('1intol go , contain-ll g a.eilsn , pri0,le and do, criplIiol of clch larticlel f lor sle efurniisled by thel subsr ior ir by hnIll . Ilrown, whol ale aiplpo- tedl a:gol0 tie Ihj o llishlelnct. 1Itlll f .RE.'l' SINAlN ,l iR d,-Co.. en's re f ol .ei.l-elll linr d on l l llllotlllrl.- , lhlltimcre o I)ECEIPTI I lt)l\--Ju.t r.0eei'dol l: )uli,i 1Fell L l (:e'ff , aIE e11 l 1o n e txltosl e nc o 11oouoeoum.o.l UII. l ceipt Ihoks fh,r oulo ilo, at 4 fo'4 Ch:lrlre it IMA ):1 LIh Y ()F 0 r IY' OfIE1 .N. I SI lp le rice o tlIe.h flooir tllo-to is t7 .iS e baril J u r aoroio o o tlle. l aii l; lo. le r- olo . andivet. lo r ii toe o0 liioiloo weak (aelln I londf' v I llh i.... ;170til-7 t will ollired to wl.igoh .5 per cent. iore. vii: I(i olces. Ie 100 000) f . (:l;e N')n, r 0 '.l 01 r and "io)r o Glolie illnorntoodl.' ci Mr AIJA .II31N, tbe Cf ,n0 for tlese pollicalon0,n is 0 0 nowew Orw l t s, and will ie hal,:lyl t0 rt iemre s. obritoi., ino ehiher wonk.n. 'Io JOousoluO 0,lro.es e de s repn t ation nfroric onooe. It floo i has h t. 1l twill tlldard lublicwiln. ilollr (lh.loc Ilol clraedo " is' . poolihlilshol i weekly nlolber, 5- of which will forr. a Srlendld vl.lume. .Esch llnulllnlr 0cul0in0 + to ihl*ll. hfill steelencraviogo, ond sbolll righlt ai.s of descrip ion. It is ill o artos ztselnid is he ,.heotet ooblia ie ino ofl ihe kind ill the wlorlll. Sllllcriptilloo price. 52 nW onulbers Iolr c $. 1 I ore tl0iln r .50,1010o ha beren .xpenlded ooil, the work a iid is clnllfdntly ,ecomlneooded as lully woorlhv ofpatronloo e. He io, S u:erlptions received at No 44 Comp st, and at'Ihe 0000C Poo Ufffie.fe e Yoork, rhim NEW PIANIS, rolbo Parois-Jolll I ceivd iper slip I oo loourIII , rIoI Havre, and for ollo by tile Ioubeer herr: erfeit A new asoorllent opleo'lid hnrizontal P'iaoaforots U. l. and Picoul'o , feorno the celebrolod inooll aolory iof Pley. nriot eo., Co., of t ri.. ,rort ;32tIlee. intlrolnena are porio.olliorly well inilshed, Sand carfilly eoboiccd and iorn.tlo, last lslpply luntil Sl.ly ld in tclt. E JOINS & Co, t r o0 fel t Chlrles st C NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. S PRING IET'rI \.1l, 183), will aommenc, on W\Vtd ainesdai, 13lh of Matrch1, .3,an,i coinne 5 dar. Particuliars'i due time. . N. OLI VEIl, P3roprioetor x.sizes, Irnm _ to 6 iort'he ttmvatn and |lln=. .tufla; ulo ., Iltrp .au and Illaicleai ii,.,i ft tintg 'aulhnr, .t1. fol'r. aev ja.8 RI:Al) & IiART It), 7 tn'a Plice JOHN V. CHIIDS, ENGRAVER AN') C(PilPE-PLATE PRINTER, N'o. 3, Camp St. W ILL enerave and print ,to order, hank otes. lill " ofexehanlg',% ills olf Idit:G, dilmlo.asn, m,'reamn til nd vini:,nn, cardsi.atri, n r, nt c tr .atrid t utglug Ihoisals, der pas,a sih-er war,, i . -tnltw, oi hend, an assortirent of eilver pilatd and b.ita dour plates. PI' Cards printed firom plaice alr:,ay eP graved. -'-UIIPE \TINK and I.iae, d t il,just receined and I R)NNAITFI,, fell Cnr 'I'alapitl llls \- Natthraz st, I[IONi;Y at ho bato qlity, landti, taud tfir slo by Il II It)NNABEI, fold roe Natchez I nrl ' altnitnulns st. UIlRAVEL. . iathe three gratl nipiIea olf A\t -ira, I ussia and Turkeyhv ,n ii Clltiit, M A F It I, Vincar of (;Godalini. ani nlllr of I.rttera from the .ortlil Europe, just receival, and fiLr sal l, f"14 P 'tlA,' Ctip at A NEW s.dtlitil f t'other on Oblignot.a, nat tre ceited aad for atnle by A 'r\WVAR, fn14 49 ('a:p Sat 1:3 AIAGE WIV4E--:1 invoice of .lalaga .weet Win ,io quarter rinask fPr sanle hi lfeL I REIn, . B ARS I'OW, N? 7 Biant Place ( OSIEN BUTf I-A- ft firin tilr cnle yb I READi IAROAT 'IvW, I 1 14 No 7 Balnk I'lace t..iNE AI'I'PLE CIHESE-A few ber itna fratdli r REAL & iiA RSTt1W, fe!4ll No 7 lank Place Si.OTHlINi.-cuaaes C hitgtlltng, r,,,ririugyitn ex teinive t asnrtntieat, landing rotla iark ilataatw, tar en- by - IS.AAC itllliGIE . Cao, febl4 1:ii3 Matgaine ci Cil IIOCIATI7-ti cases sweet Choaalate, ptt ni C in lall boxces i ana ldg frlant I. rK Ilashanw, .tp ale ilv ISAAC liRIDGIE t Co, fold 131 a nazilnest. FOR SALE, MuA lattio Wi atolu and heahIiy, agd frotn i lirtv-aix to f.trlv vear,. She it a likhny tnd mtttat desirablearervant; g,:dl conok, Irrmch or Englishi; rasher, ironer, alsd eemtress--in a word. n Atn -,i. itan house servaT. .lh is llld bonuita atI i htas been insoltent ton her ittress. Altlly tathe Editor of the T'rue Amlerican. li:? 7 3t SIPER'IM 0)li--it easkn and 1i harreli wintl- nil. Sla ndinaiag fott brig Clizabatlh. Pilay ttt. Tier, and fr sle by t 'R I'il, 17t , 5Pit onnnom, ,,,. St. Charles Theatre. Second night of tleaigaoge ment rf the celehr;tod MAD'L/L': AUGUSTA. , This Evening, February 15, Will.bhe performed the celelrated Opero. of LA B \YADERE. The Unknown, Mr Pael Fezi tlteisr, A rcher, , Tchooden, Dennaion, Fia Zoloe, Mad'tle Agllsta, Fatima, Kerr, Zelica, Raornot. An overturn a i Orehatr Grand Pau Saul, by Mad'le Raveot After which the popular petite Comedy of Midc RAISING TIlE WIND. Irec Jeremy Diddler, Mr Browner, Sar, ('uwell, Mtisn Durable, Mhi Smith, R Peggy. Harrison, LAW BOOKS. of QtdIo'Y Drnoltmen, Eqnith y Diaest 3 vole, Crbboh English I.ow I ot, t'o.nvrrrv lulhes Dilet e 2rvole, Chnes nra Ini got Rghtl I ot, Cuomen toi Con ;racme I ro ,C4ollcr otn PrtnershipBasonei Abrir'menelt r8w,., BorlmneAgas Nntionnl Poiiticel l. ,ow. Bley ou BiAle, Blrinkerhorcks Law oflWur,Binghnm oI Infancy IAdnaron .ijtlinent, Anthnl, Ihlnektrmne Abblott on Puipl ing, Angel & Ames on Corpoiutihns, oulds A t PI)lendiIe, Ilrriconr Digelt 3 rvole, Hnvrndon on FraudetJ,,e oJ n Itlilnlrutr, Itltsot,II Dice-f, K,-in Cal Cuonoentorin' 4 role, Gow nio Partnrrelhipt, Gretler SEquito Entlence. PSmith, Chonr"er Practiwce ioln, Conklnssa Prctice, Ctrlis Admi;, titv lDigr·t, PFor Sil1e hV 1l.i.KX " Nt tR TOWTV "t, 49 tlr,,,vi. rl' u 1 Al l.e't -,lll boxin tv abt ,aisi, o 2111 u hexees do do 100 I4I Ixtres do do do In lstre and for sule lv I feb9 CIIAMIPI.IN & COOPrll, oi Juli aet in COI--500 k n .r owl In landitr a,rnd fiev, hn r e o at. CIIAMPI.IIN &COfOl'f, I.SJuli. et ( UNNI' BAGS-,a-t itl a liuntal v Itoag is edr fr S tt ale by CIIAMPLIN &ChOO PERA , fE9 82 NJ.lul anO I 1 1E- 3.nl ecan~ Th llmol one Litoe for sate in lols S.Mto suit purchasers. Apply trI No Iev9 P LAIDIIAW, "r Ca.,p st WAS1NGTNTON BALL 11OOY Dress & Masquerade Baill St. PhEilip atr ei, IOnlwen Royal l& & tllron. fnE hatllE Manager cof.he above natooi)ol tlono,grnt iEI n 1 jl to lirs frield eand the lhblic fitll thie unilllr l. in le ed pntrllloag Irsrtox ed ou him lur everal srniple, Ile pr oelifully iUofotiedls t lor.that he l;lt, li'hent hlte .beirIIt lllget l for tile alniettol itf torf coitlo, and IIun-, I ergone itOIP.i. rptirs. The bar will b surp.ssed hoy nuno in quality of lit rhrs,ard the iletntrit v, ill I, At keto It r thle nial t Ilestttlrlliltlr ill lth IetiI Sluter. Ill . ,T'rimlli witl re-otn oilr Cinttlrt evenot'lg, lrd of a, Novob,ter lelx., llv a IGRANI) )Rl,SS & MASQUEIRAIDE BAI.I., 1 and will tlake place asn usual evert Mondv, Wer,it l tInd and Saturnla ovening, Trmrio. the setson, whichl will Rianl o Ite l AIst Iof Ma, lto9o. at N. It. 'IThe rntetIliatt, lniotiltl tie paid to kryl- 1, ino perfect order thlroughout tile slnblirhmlntc as nualtl doun lasat eaastn. sle Ox24 NEW OILEANS ANID N kSIIVILLE R AIL LDO.D 01 Ct1.)M,\NY. NEW Allp f s\Nho: \ IENT t. i IHE l.Ifr, nlntive wiltl oave the Depot lt ti.e tirol If i Ctnol tr eet ,ver dNv nt c A. II. and rCtusr at 4 P. . except dun.dar'o, Wetral she will Cl I)epa, t leturnt in 8 A. A. , P. l. ?" ".41 " e A Car finr lrivate pertiet, protvidtd tioe niumber he mnllrcirn, ,, illbe sollt down the rund tl onet d;te'n j1l2, 18i9 JAS II CALDWII.I., Preidlrnt. a COTTON CIRCULARS ,, i ee PRINTED ilh thlre Greatest Expedlitho , and t o: in oa sile unrpsscd bt New ORLEANS, or else. to ORnoERs left at Codtrtol Roue itn SP. Charles E tchine. (Corner of Oraeirs St. ) or at T R U 1AMERICAN PRINDIING OFFICE, ns Ccorner of Pvra and St Charles Streirle will ibe 0) oitneddo L j promptly atenlled to. STEAI! BOAT BILLS. u 5WNlR.It, A(GENT", or CItI''AIN of S'I'EAM SBOA'i' can have their Bllls sturick of, in one or more Colored Inks,pn Pain or Colod Paper, trleth t, despatch, a,3d on faorable Terms, by leaving their ii()i. .as at''IlIIUl ASIEIICAN OFFIICE, corner of d I' oydras ald t,. Charlsrm trects. Iit Nst-_0-If t l l 1':,It I 1)11.-- 5' 0 110 , llltr wieor iillti,, ititl, ott til, jst r . tCC iv tid a &nd hor 0 ,tlJ Ic jfll U l) 'I' OK Co. ,: Fr,,nL Lvel r arc tl I tlrlulr e fir sUlterior to th,' E.nsli-ly t;,r nelAd byv 'ell jehll I.'tCK1: .t 8 I:, I fro.nt I.", e - ii jonl" BFruut I.eee at lit Bills, PIatll blets, shown bills, Clatw Slogtoe 0v. A c. A [1' ill l{tS foOr the Above, ani et'ery otter wlet eription of ;?P.LtlN I'tIN(i '5 received t Il C01 np mg to,,, rf of'"ItUt AI1:RIt7 \N," in ST. It'niILt.s EX ciiNGE, ri dIoor fronll itruvi-r treet, or lat the P'rinting OIflice, corner of 'orldrn.o.nd St. ('llhatrs lreet. Extrnsive oand beautiftl Iooo and J,,e I:ouvoTS fron the beat Foundries in the United 'tales, hone jusI rbeen added to the already rtel/-rltr:ed ELtablishe,,rl; ri --and (lIorts trill be exercuted as .ow, s Cheaply, PoirExped;tio.uoly and Berulifull, a at cony otlher Okfice i~a in the (ily. d Noe l- lly CARDS 'the (0 IPRINTE)D atol the alshorer Notice, in the most elegant Nonner,. in Black or Colored I.sO, on IEnamel hip led, 'White olake, or Plain ouraced CAons, and cc- Pricer very reas.norbe at TILUtE -AIILICAN OF FILE, rorner of P.ydron and Pt. Charles stie. ry- Several New and ltelntiftl Founts of 'Ire nhave just beern adled Ot the'Establishment. 1, Orders received at Cotlrting Roit, St. Charlest Exeanger, 3rd donc fro, Glnvier st.,or at Ithe PI;ting Sot OEice, rorner ofPoydroa &. SI. Charles slreets. __noel--tf TO MERCHANTS. (2lEIRCIANT s en avbee a PE.ATIneI·. CItCU Lee struck ofatfour hrour Noeee, by orlhef at the Complinog Rluoo of T1RUE AMIEICAN PRINTING; Ortear, St. Carles Exchanrge, aIpeejiflg thLe RrE.(D taG IRueM at Corner of rvior ayere, or athe 'lint a ine ()lace, eanrn ef'ofydras ndJSI. Chalele streets. A OVANIES will be meade on rhjpeoeoto to I.iter poop , olnvre, ftCurrrjllerr 4ee Yorksm IIrdeiladel pa, by AICA3IS A- Vlll'IIIA 14 - jnl6 167 (iruvir at H AVAnA SlrllAtS-l-iiIuiiII of riill"lrret qealitic jniS 1; I t I III lTtiIl, Al Gorier rt I Dl( l10r bblomesa I aloe I'. 0., for sole bty L b G lCetlSr;V, 1l Nero Levee Cl PIET C CIGARS-iO doe Ipeioo grecn Ila. borerll flvnaigarre, l'ere'iag rome It rejere lioger 1Vsllia , far only by JOSEPH COi·K nINE, jo'4 2 rvier at 4 AeSS 'e C lisC ire te, fo ale mmerr, rIiferent ntylron I Y nud sizes, !retanlt li'to, memoranum aleek.. lId gera, jouron , , and rveiLoe rlori rlPr ieiaeleetionary, r. .ed ou sicenlhnnte. A to min norhosin'lnain nllythiiln iul Ito aIbovierde lntl-rel, WIllCPleans coll nood exnoltne before' 1 eeltarru I.; wll be sold o ertorer to .it purelhaiog, Cy i.V~lt FISll' & Co, r.12 N Y5' lionorrr IClul, 2 lirorles 01.1 LOK S l ''H1I~i'FS-Just opoorel rt Ili l oll'ucore st ,2d~azl! v;rontl d eoaed iecrrg suprrilijr t tittle. P JIRnH ell and once in n III, , ullc N. cl lie. otelmlerp , WVachiers. mleaniec lrrer, ned .Iretlrrlerlerillv repeired, and wrrranldl; lchrges teJroirto _ fed:5r EAS-7fl eerlkrsiurrenn Irens, iostorre frslale, by jn*n 43 1 PLI'N & COlOl)PC1,112 Jelira a rj3 AlRl. 2r1 keeo Tor, in oirm rote order, oraslre Cry jo'i 0IeCCNPC1IN & COIOPERI,_2-1 Jeoiler r(1551)., GI! -Ill lilurawu rrore e'ee(rirr, Ill) luprri article, inrre rrrrnd flarsaro byCr feln J 'TI.' YElt ire, 74 IPrrelrns at I.\ I EDrecyI-., o. au-Ib;cle, ondiorle frrreoship .\rr.enrrrrrraerd Car,a olr er fall J lIIA YJIl .Co,.C4prr dral '(Cr111 Slo\(L or: Nerot- V irrrk. -6 AND)REWS & 1351O', ______ 3111 oIPrrPr C 1.dll.-.-. a ll ere ert'rro n plar ertalirr Isrr slr le in ICIIVIO(iG:NE IIIb~IWN & Ca, LACKAflol 5 N - Ihln, rorleailongI Gdrdn. em It, Cil , B I:I n'rcr, crairalrirlle2 i do ir c Iccltnl p' plee lCe blrloelrg, lardrre g ronl lrip \Nolteillr, trer rIoe Icy fol IrbAAl IICIIIUE & Cc, LI1 llrruzine rI (I) UNY BD.A-500 I Cirnane IRags irrtore, lifrrgle, X hi, IIAJIPLIN & -l pFIl jr8 lrllealitr ``tClIOUl ICOOK4-lllsnk hubreLP , Ipaperr rIall rell t i Sink,rlqllusr alnd gerrlaroal uaorllrt orr baleks slitable aur eounr yomrchlnt, can e hrl no gool termsrr A 4 'o7WCR'S e 2eorhalure, L9 Cam Is U5TJi1.OCIJJU30X0 Loeso~dlielr, ta~ler - USAAC 13 111114& E Cc fell 131 2llguvine at A NEW '' iielrr 01 lo Ierglrhl lI.lerrogn , ey Cha ~rle. ICiolrar 3ueor, ernptluei ire vula. Alre,4 No. 'ot i.hulus .er enNiclrletjult received, almt fa o ale bty ti I 2l'ICIoVN, 1n1 Ecar Camop aned Co rror 1100Itel, CI,1[.lCll-ilJU rarrIo a hotoo Oblylotin oeeloe, erred L for oaie bry C. D111(011. fld I4Nrew oLeree U Iull.- I'a br-nld, bording frolu itillent b Wlour, kr I e l i Ir lbrtlyIN rvrr Cr '10 L ' Cailmp St. ThIealre. Third night of the engagement of MISS J. CLIFTON & MR J. IL SCOTT. Tills EVENING, FEll. 15, Will be performnd tie Tragedy of FAZIO. Fazio, Mr Frederiqk., Duke of Floreuee,-..a Gilbert, Falamtlo, l . Keppe, Biance, Miss C liftu, Aldubello. M rmmonstr. 'e cosoclude with tie Drama of THE ADOPTED CHILD. Michael, Mr Soety Recoid. Johnson,. Nell, SMr Greene. IRON CHESTS'--Jnst renelved at the Loululega WiVer Ioonsm, 53 Ilicgmillte stret, 12 superior sin. gie and double tre iroof iron chet, Ifiroll the factory of J I. Brown, New York, or sole b ARN feol WM R CARNES. SL. BROIWN'S Pedeonl Plaform Belnleee.--Uro. 'o coi cau fied mt 53 Ilicpille stteot, Patent Plat. f.rm Bilances, superior to any ever oifered in tlis city. fell W CARNES. ORDERS-AWASHINGTON GUARDS. S A'eie Orlemer, Feb. 9,1839. ATTEND Drill on Friday inext, lihe 1Ith Ihnt., at 6 o'clock, P M, ut the Armory. By order of Cap Hlozey. foll Si ROORE, O •. I T H\LE lrm of J DIElIN & A COHEN is this day dismslved by moltuau co.ent. Johln I) Bein mu charged with ime ettlement of nil iclimn ageinst the -concern, and will us te nae ofuon iorm io liquldation only. JOIL1N D. BEIN, jan23-1839. A. COHEN. t "A COHEN continuel the Comnmieion Blirness t oin his individuol name, and for hisL own eeeunit. at No. 99 Comomon street. Jan 23,1839 S PEI.RM ulL--lIi hrrels ine stre, and for sale by I jaul ABRAHAM TRIEIt, 34 Poydrn st t ('OAL--76 tone of the bet English coal, well uiled J for l ream boit ooue bonbord`btlqne Ai eommio frout New.Castle, for oale by HO)rLM IS & MILLS, m jimm Bank Place - t'LJ l)tVc it l'llsmrp m m/ m noented PLAflINtI MA V CIIIN E. jATmNTo, Nov. 15,1836. Time emhecriber beine oule of the aeentl of moid W\Vodwrth, hae ,ma of s d Machines par up for use, ill the mill of ressr . Iaormo & Co.t in tile city of Ls fomete, whvlh iiov peson coan Sxamin; as hn h aen ttlnmher idAlI1 amchmIInlrfi)r sle, and him thie Mgeney I or di, m mingof mrfe pmivilege for A.Vsine e, l mchiern. , He i dr.irnons Io rell by Ilite, or pVrielieo.as mAybest iLmit til el plimeln. Thle em iochins e re the greatest IsA bmmor smvillng Iilaollils ever ptIt in usne, Io thiessinu and emli, h o lhKg panki feir, llt I, omr rds fu r weather reding. Aov pert.in dem.irm.s l1. pimrchni-ilg, .ml cull at mNo. 71 SItin arl street, m i here te oubscrilaer can be founod. je l 19--n1 mVm1. P IlASiRINS. S AL MO.5-i- r Ihunel,.t0 heiohte ald ail"c01 kegso S Osalmon, laodil~m Em I shit Cehnrlstum, fmir ale by d J I & &J \VIII'NI'NEY, 73 Coamlp at I it. , x lltrr 1oreill vllll trel, ill the n1rl 1pt art of Limei,,ir. ndog now a msrmy mnart buinee1s, for fnr. hr mlumtire lur laly no lifce r an tlle.spaper. 15 f[.iillih LiAS-il ... es, ms m, 311 in. SiolmtU m . D ) Ghighao unirmllom fm, r ule hiy fel iSAAiC BRI S IDfi &. tcm, 134 Monazinet e f ) and fur alebv E'I'll'S'OtN AVERY, j!9 88lllGravier as ,1rlE 1'01.1611 trImIPlAN, or Vicissitudes-A mils by the nosher of tie Steie Ileirese, just received ndr amlfIrlel by A. 'I'. WAR, jutm 3 i 49 Camlmpt E 1K Sttioner's Ilall,4 'lnrtr. street y DIAVID FELT & CO. Eero armticle in mtmmiunrrv ready mmde, or to order pue u', at simrt inoice. 1'mhlVelse or retail, caim or ad oplervemi credit _ fre e. i OAP--nr11 Inoxed No. I andi extroer , brandsc Jas. (i.u, l, Jackmmo , l.'I'row bridge, George Robbin. smil J m i .Mmrto, ; t hmr a ts ny _÷ ja2t I I, AC itltliiGEr & &, 131 Mugazine at EL O CG) FF ;1)I' m mI.I.'& HARiS--'l'he suaberiber E, hrve j1ust r'eivd a lrgoe umserimeon of Glae TL TmboiMer, Ihmlmllmtcrm , v.ll. hgowls mm oin silver mulnch Lmdhles hnd todlly eloelIu.s. hII m el offlebr fornte oiVw. It PI O WIlWEIt &Co. 17 oman tmme i )N10ON. Edimmm Ol l stumnard wors, onesismtiong 31 lia IIIIImos moe do NaUlm'oun, a dedlcntimed to Stonmthohm ik (imuerLO(d, 7 voie, do I'uml ,, d,.l, ' mrine,, vol, air l, (I unm e (;mrmlmlnl ll, m I oli, omm chi mm m' 'l 1 m ole do :'nl helllo ' m,3.Ii, s, ml,, ir n, do Si, Iludlev Nmth, l i e mm mllm minim me simer o v mm e of rowmiev tsl le lldli N mll t m) t iie abne, a hlarge Illn m fv omFmdnr wurk, illust r mmm.iv.d, r-,l - r m' are j~ 6 1 f lh KlIi \,%, 11.1 ('aip i ('Cn.emn om m I ,,m rm i',. . o iy Si .m i l . m im iin m ole i mv, mll mit r meoivld lld f leml mm,v m i or .'\1,1..1;T\AI,49C, lpr 4I l n 41 l,,xlrn lhl.hrinPr eirg c ,re. l' L -y to'rs at Frnllf,,rl, \ld te n dllll t'lol·gll-ll t Sillng extmlmrlvmely wilh It,,, oti rme hIr thlls elmnlrvv. 0 'rd hut~tt anlent etmqm'tlie it affixed, ohmwim c quillm T y mm. lmllr mmu mmrmthm llnd m .mm i,. g lmly lmlomm as imllpOlter n umind gfe.u lltm mm. the gelinmlmlom .v j's1ti A1III IIi i1i TIlER, 34 Gryr oolr I AY-40- 1 40111 hales Ilyo, .A '421,0 bmrrels iol to,"" 24) I1 Ioee loumber, lauding fro ship Ilannoer and for sale ly L.EVI II GAI.E, ja;4 93: Con.roc 2(10 9ll. boxes Soupr. ooeacham' and, landing irt jo0i fl 1h4p 4h4., i an ,lir sale by jalf 511l 1. & 1BIJoWN,9ti Magazine ,I.E: AIPPL.E IIEEE> P L (i;oehen Hotter, f sale IREAD 4& BAI1S'TOWV, jal9 7 Bank Plac `. IITE LEAD) & LINNEI.D) OIL. rv 510 kegls pore l'hiloadelloin White Lead; 50 bills. I':,noliJ Linseed 0:I, 14 crak, Dutch I.insed ) i' t4 r rsale by JARVIS & ANISRIEWS, Wi.oesle i)ruggis..t j.16 ror Corn non &'l'cbopitmulao t I PEM ti.--3000 gallo. Witser Strained Sper () Oil, for sale b) Sh1ALL & BROWN, jal6 96 Magazine as ` OAP-300 boxes t oulds' and Itobbin's No. I .oa - in storefor.ale by J TIIAYER& Co, fer 74 I'oydlrs a TMIII:.I.A . 1 Oase- mouootua silk Umbrellas lularge sizes, received froo shio Mersey , and f Sala by . 1 BRIDGE. Aco, dl:I 134 Magazine •t LA ID--45 kegasupefine leaf Lard in storne, ( sLd 7 b(y ,G I)OIBSEY, fob 44 New Leve At I'9-l-l o bul'ks owl,, in o:orc for tolao by Sj.l 4.:lo I'l l N & ('lOl UR, 82 Julia A LCiI '()IL-- o Lair:Is Iioo.ot louborotory pu 11 Ahlool,nowlaudiogl fro,4 .lnijt 0 Colulll bioO ,at fur )roale by JA. VI.4 & ANIDIB.'.91, jun cor Coomnoan & Tcopitoulao lsl t 1IIII -.al-I tIIB dulinel Pant; dl lo aca _ "4/ 4 .t..loiro, f.. hler lo jalti S1IAL.1. & llROWN. SQ Magazine it (Io)ANVAr '1)l4 IIAM, -G- 0 brown roils, i fo / urt'cle, slli ble for calvav o d Illt,ls , illstore nd for sale by J TIIAYER & U,, ufi"l- " _ 76 Poydraa at LOjL -3 fi jlrst 0 bjrl, lon diog fron tem en Ion,. . 1fir s d e E l 5 G .. D) 4 I) E Y , lebll " 44 New I.eveer o a rell wter lackers, landing fraomol steam lmoa Tribune, for loe hy G DOlSEY, (i'1 44 t.amp t INSIh.II) OI. -141 bills i stole and for rule by S fel (l)" DORSEEY, 1I Now Levre i4E'I'ERS' IT. 'l'A'l': 1,.. vol.-; Peters' conlenr l. ed.it vl.P Eogli'.h Extleqor,'ci voleod,; rcodndocoe Pnglitl t han, crr !9 volr; (Cr-och's, 9 voj; Brokee S,..1h's i1 . vollta4 , c Yo; liorow'"., 2 oolf;" Motsta hltlljsct , o j v,.l ; l' okelriogo, 17 v Is Ituford & I:. ;s, tI vool i,,4; Englisl Common I 9oot vole; Eng lish Eccl'pinslieal, ,5 0ole; Akikljsons 3 vcol.i Hall's uperoor c urt, 2 volb; J.btnocn'a conlloo law, 4. vols; JnhollOl4oO'e I lwPorvc 7 v(oole; 4ree eafs Muol.', 9 colst l'atrsdolrl's, 15 vnlo; IPao Wi'liamoo 3 vole; Mason's Sti40,0, 5 role; Sumoore'o do t volt; Saunders, 3 vole t aolioohgtoo'a U Statj, +4 t.lo, foro.le by ALEX. TOWAR. fib 29 amp at IRJl.I' 4 241j ao-os IFrereh and American Print er various qoaolio. f1r sale be it:b 7 ISA.\C BRIDII(;E &Co, 134 Mngan.zs t l1l.I'--tO'. an All ,h.et hIoto o a G(leorge Robins' . brand, fhr silo by IIALL 4. B iRONE. GU NDN'' 114 0S-150 I0 boles und buondltas, il U" rtted sizes, l'or sale by jno I ISAAC BRIDGE & Co. 134 Magazine s ACON-TA Ola cnvasnIed blOatlla.all ris,l fo .leaocby ISAAC BIll)GE & Co, fr9 134 aMogazine et SAI.. IlOPE--iOII coiulls Bale Rope, of euprio quolity, for eale by l t l jn29 ISAAC IItIGDFP & Co, 131 Magaine tc CIT'Y BANK, New Orleasis, 5111 Februarv. 1839. - NXCIANOE 0l0 Englnd, oeursla e" this Ineou' E- mlui. ROBi' J PALFREY, 6fli Cashier G UNNOY IIAUS-- 1,4100 o smore for tale by " 16 G( I)ORSEY. 44 New Levree pUT't''rt-.+.-)-Fn-Af,-whundred arclraeaste e i ssr.e Ios' ,i good ollr,forr sale bv f.14 (; I)l1iREY,44 New Levee EfT :1't lfie sobsotiocr's store, No 4 Choarres at., about two, weeks smiler, a rlnmJ packlae, coul tahioi-, a box of tl .r., -etrn inll Inu , , O to llo.t, par. 4,e: 0 .; lk,r i) ' - ir en nolo r n bo i,':--.'t I. 1'! &t L C '.O hartlr4. at L A