Newspaper of True American, February 25, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated February 25, 1839 Page 2
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Now Voorkt-OIA., Sn r Qqo b. fr ortlnd "":' Ils PhI ,ttforTab, de 1a, Bib ow Inrl'lnur , Il r o C or, Ioo, for L.oeill hrr ed.f b. raiet fr oble TusC ol Sthop W9Ietbotklot. Iiml, fr 'rotcoln, r . lokiot ood., ro..IGoal.ton, Is Btgar. F e 6 fth hit 3 .".i~~nqho . od.1t.o froIALm lioo.i., .' Ichibruy 21.;1839. d Ship C i, pyrooy I1 das from Now York, to M1.1r. Ilk o 14 yo frm Ne York. @111 o...,. G 'lt. d h Dectro Lip oot, to HC k..rs Stalgw ovi ible Smnh!'ro Louisville. 1 H*64144..wo, Slhnnr, from Mlynnc.r..tro I 8 Vttoool, ooRdib.'. Ilidno f Clt Cr tho:oaIto. e ?0hamr&lop. I6 'orrton, from Lout,.ille .hlp AY haaltl.. 1'looA. 1 f ltitl or t til Oiy pulm.ll 8t., en1 .d lo danilo Adrn. all Aholle. 4,,,,.. o ulfle ohnhoorr 8tta Coain, hrim RA,1. Rlsrr SItainer Gen. Coleco o Olo. fr . tm Louisill V - Rteaerr Madlaau Svatt~fro Ctarinall.i stem." Flasher Main from Whims River. Cteam So.oot from N hot Ititol dtama qto adwidllder ha m CicinnlatI. -February 21. Will. Ship.fl.ol.IW Kelny. Prilli., fro o NICtyhto.ter 4 6liFiTiir.o Ttnql.. titis ond insist to ordtr. Sae no, hiky , Thtiaytp fot t Npltmor, t1o. mAter. S t ',urchlpdioo , to sulodryo Vt..bgoe 8e taunt~;~;;,u Kallay, P days faun, New Yolkqto owls".. r Mtay cira , f.. erIl.ood 1t30 fti Ctharloton. to ms.e Asia Cerga, 40,1 sacks cod's,. 3i cooks ties, u9p tons Normal . Ysalmod $ Co. Ton boat boIi Clerk, rotm ttE Pan, having l owed to . a ships AvieEaolaitu. l'herz. Returned to thle city wll, shipl Toa btlMqptl Cnktiuu, sli prit lttse BFrnklinpe.,oc. Upchr as 4't 2 stist.Repot. nthmgnew 8lp hpc.hid, Klntih, bp5 dyor.,, l. Eoro, o. W. ZcLt. rise. aed mddrto Adams LIVhitlII. Belgtiosoronat, Young, :1 days pt.fro oNao, to It osding Brfýý"xJFsh.y gaaolilio. 15'dny from Habitants to J W %noh via Brfia:"73Lrrooo 6tt Nrruos, to McCue, ad, Tim Isnudohrz ahind y Vp~i9 t Iltood .4. fr TpaOwlL;;bty 1PooCryL et6 doyafroo Unveils, to moste. Wongo d,, 11616. R, otinet Iily. from leilto, to Ship lonIt Avrisyh.rtcicoe o igd.t. Slte. Iotdol.Webat. Phillip.,mrom Nponhillo. StBnq to TaLqi/, McClintio. from CiRcionn oroi t Jonpo, .mlaickbrdg Tbo4. co. l Com N3a.lun. Mo. con. to Rliver. EStammnr Claiborne, Rrrettfrom Vicksburg. Barge GirrllB from Grand Giulf, towd down by steamer Clnibtrua. Towenrd down fromu Natl:ez brig Citizen. Cultis cotton t ISlteer Kitttdetocknr, Gde uldIi.om t. Louie. Tow boat n oiynO rtrlooo, Shrdon,. lrojmlte Potsos. 1ro'0 up ohip C..lroe.ou, brig Gtorgp, polo. Emariou and Mary Carrel. Brig Zuroo'lor, Welleby, Ipd. from N York, to 8 mud J P Whitney. Cortn Fb'd m24. Too'bnottl'otPo,,o .imnhet,foro NE Pops. Wont down-light. REturledpto, tie tity with ship o nari. Io avndi rue Leropkrd, onlld brigs Preoident tnld Por Loq. Left h~itrtl lt d lotmtt liports one Rhiptoondo b~arque in the offing. Nothing new~ in tho river. obrqtn Leopard, Coshing, front Rio JaneirN , P th Jtoanyr\we6 ridge o co. diirgo 355t, bogs colp to WhAtbrid o lt. & i io. Ship Mrglinz, ioni, Iiophdays 3rom doosfo, to nLotor. Coag. Poohiond , to suedry colasiolo o d FrRarqle klun~oln -- from 11aresilleaa, 261h Dec. In nins to nCapll a, O Carg o s bra adies, i tc to sundry cobing SvnootyFeb 24. Tow baoat Ion l1l n 1i;. front N E Pass, having trigd to seatlsip Villel P dayris, an lSpatnish lbrig Sbalidure. Wtrphiold lto the city oitlothip, Wthoing. ton and Chlerokee, tteirlitz an~d Fr Ilsrqute Monsoon.nl Left the"Bur tau the 15151 root t 6 p mI. Repo, is noth~ing Ti oPfVt PSoilop. Martin, front tiot N t P,. ha&g towed Mnohn a brign, Waow no rotll" V tper.Retunt to tiler.ity, will bargoo Ronan. Lett on the 23d iaat stnll p Reports eritie, ohip Vitorioa in lhle liver. Ship Maoria Cleavis, ht uphcy, 21 days front Kanne" bunk. In b.allnot r nd leaky. To toartr. Brfnt Pnouitgent, Pagres, frm B oarc hlond to nlter. to a148 hoeno. CarOgo witAllon, fAnit., &c Rob Slri PopAids Plho, Cpot days fropl IHavan., in bont lustto nalmchr. -hio Walllildoo Bt, son from Londonit, f9nt Jlyn. to most--r. OBrVolter., Sloopr., 20 days fi ulo N Yrk to S &o J P Whitney Solhe Atloten.e, Peternsn, from Mobilt, to mA lsnr. t0hr IMrott Ann, Watkitsot , front Covington, to mavter. 800Ur Pscvesanll, J larhhoo, fromi obile, to oh. Sm,1ter. 6tam AtShoang Aitosia, from Mobile Co Ohaoner. giio 148 hrles Wotbion to AlHan, Ahoier coio. Sloop AKM, Philbrook, fromt Florida. Int ballast to mastart Stamer.Raye d... Gats, from Vicksburg. Sto.lam Brilonlsv Ilerd, froo ot H no Sara. 8leamoer Roimtttt. ormsdrolng. from N~rtchilocheo . 8lumerr Cnrulllrco. Rudd, hulm t'inrinllntl. Ship Cherokee. Lonring, 9dtys from Hostoa, to JA Merrett. Cargo a.worled morshondizo. to sundry comiymew.a ShipRocknghm. Dwight. from Natchecz. withl a cargo of 2119ld fcutmn, bound for Liverpool.. Towed down b Slatltar aoeBaco, from Cincinnati. 8temcr orv a, Urbion,fulul Madison.. Sm~ms Alabamian, Rlluclar from Monroe. Slamerreo Woshingtnn, M Quarrier, from Cincinnati.. Steaimer Huntsville, Jordon, fromt Beanou Sara. tfteatnor Busines. Hardwvick. fromo Latourcbe. EXPORTK'S. IAVIIE..par ilip Francis Ano..1714 hi. cotton. LIVEKPOOL..por Ship Ilsarkowuy.. 1910 hi. cotton. DOSTON..ior sbhlp Newoury Pont..495 hi cotton,. 710 bri. oho pork. 125 hhds hams, l211) hal brh, 40 Ibrl, and oi IOs koga lord, 69 Ibr flour, 50 bhs brisotlos, st 87 hlidoo, 5100 pipestsver. d ... ........per ship Ohio..(49. hib cotton,. 1544 krgs aod 61 brle lard, 258 Ir]t floor, P11Jd brl. iork, 4 brha tll *uOlr, 7 c7aes lolhing. P" *.............per bri. A Tyler..4l)0 brl. floor, 165 hbl cot ton. 119 hhd. homls, 320 bras pork. 1221 kegs pk lard, 1205 hLas ghlo*s. NEW YORlK..pleor ship +lthorlolr.. 1130 hI. cotton, 800 hsrl J rrk, 8 brl flouor, 13 hhds jowl., 330 kegas ............per hr ludson..22 casb msolasre, sud 17 bll .altnn. P ASRTFOED..Per bril Alhsno..5491 bi. cotton. IBPRALTAR..poo brig Dove..6 hhds tohaoco, and 6,400 m IUARLESTON..prh brig Fd PsarI..18t) hhds nod 3 hrls o itMr, I t- oand 3 brslll olases.. .....i..p. r hrr Choploll..1i61 0 lhd. hacsn. 134 hrl. Spork, 40 kess Ird. 350 brl flolor. 00 hris.od . 1 IamnolhlOs, 5 cotil rope, sd 111 scks cottono dhr wad. O.,Ti.AND..per r:hr AIoSfl..12540 Ibs pork, 302 kokslhrd., 600 buhsbohl Iorl, 4 brlg pork OP T"BAUBI, Eos..per chr Olceanao..lundry lots habdownr, o srhlloo.sre. dby ponod., paper. SOBLLE..pr slob Septjosbr..5I hllhds nqour. :10 bri floor, ho ,I0 do wiiskey, 140 do pork, I00 do uololos, C 5S0c I.aloa nr. •l' ........i. Per olrl.Drril.. .300 hds sogor, 10 brI pork,. .............. per orhr Robl \Woodruff..l:1 to.s ilntr, 10 0 csksl wine. Olibri Ilork,0i lhds .ogar, 16 hhds4. tlobaol:ro. 15insg l ro ,llll kh PENSACOLA ..sr sichr D .hlbs...: .0ugs norro. nI brls foor, 10 hniesooiflrI, 190110' ogaro. 6obore ] i.bry. h y ........I..... o l srelap slry Elizahelh..O bri fiour,. 3 do sug.r, 2o dooI ro , 3lo do mlusser. 6,tLVE'I'ON..Por srtooI palcktr Cuoh..IoIll; lots l"cofe, proolsionu. groceoies, h.ldswars4c. an I£ll'OIOTS. so HAVANA..pnrrl qam Clorson..argon $0 Ioxs osgor, 2300,at holpo ro10'p, 10011..l gnears, SIP ir ha. e.1--dO 0ln so latms..o.01l rasks pors.rW Tdo cementI i ho do oil d 5U loox. wine o d al t.sundry I -oi Ioodr ho , collf. ul NSIw YOII-por b~ig ¶Xoios.--C0 h~rio bio,,, 400 b,., MOll.E-..-porrchr Atlantir -204 bhote cotton to PPor Pow. par Iwhbr Perslranso.. 19h bale rooon; 31 tosn iron: 50 Ile roc rice, to Allan. AI, r and coi and s manster. a n ornd Smith. Allenr Asher aod co; Covnner and OlGridley. OOVINGTO'N..per s.hr Maroha Ann.--6o halos cotton to S lmsetth and Thosipson. S WV Oskev sold so; Morritt Je.niulss asd o oand J I.allaud. ' CONSIGOEES. i HvoMo--plr sabrqole Ciorion..TI It (ironigo and co A ond W lI weso , Pope Powers ld oo s Legendre Cuuelu, l. - sylinsd o R H W.lite. G Y Lborde, A P OGry and ro H 1 Ileradam. J nodocsddrs ald co J Roarta anod co M Lopo, A CadIOum. A Cutillo. ulslor ad ordelr. oeto--per bahrk Romas...A H .IVlro & co, V GraOlnt o.4), Lowri & SmoIl, Coit & Co. Cadwell * Trof.st, AUtl'isrItwell.Davs& RIlhabt. J Bridge & o, Kimball. f sr; tCFbist. J P Ailu. WR Carou., Iatcllson & S 3Tic L - leer. Night ro'. Pt& J Ferlrlull Iles.llw & TI tI . 'C Uoaa. (Ogden & Southgteo. J G Bla.chard. W, T Totpknll 4' o. 8 Al J P Whitey, Mlallarc+ Sigerion, boi er 0 ItZaoor. Jr' as drows, Pollen.tfellorq 4 o etloI. J HPus ,Fo 1€Trssr & .oo los 5 Asory. J Bailey, Coo.ooy &731Fs1sr,.osoo & Lo. oro IhsjI48, J" A gshrls* oo 4 iar. ..we c ik 11evdre. Rs IiiC ynch. 0°gart 6 ffdoLBor, J*W DWwyL. L Co r& ..A Merle co. il Ml5ill. W I) Chnmberlin, J 1'aierll & Pierrlbhollnoo 4s HB.. AL 6G oso LAdods L o. hs WhLoM . Peyrolo. Arcbeal &.e.o.rOlur, Llmbeth & Th..olI0. N 4 J Dick b .o. n $ýi.3rnes sa,TO0sork, Sh.ll and Brown A l Wes. Eiitlsq3 tlsmor,. W-H tloumsr, T Taysor, GeoGreen 4 Iý h+O1m ,yKindor ond lIed. Whitrideandco, Vl.tor Dsniu, J laodi* J ThmSor ,nd co, F Ibsos. J El Lodge, JA U.sroAsddes ood Hll, Iaster or d s ds order. ECEISPTA OF PROIDUCE. Clmduh* .Plora, 4 or mer Comonyr..294 brs foor, and '00 kgl sVOidO*& Sosthglalle, 4dIlrsl floor G Dorsey, :86 tgkC BysIlm . 7Lsbrl krotmnsdso do eggs J Doppler, Ilu M1% SFoa.d . .1lmrd s 1ieow,1. 6 dox bedsssode d Wlhsork. 704 top lard 3 Lodls " co, "0 brig I lloyi Cows and 2b odo o reret & Bro. ai..r. rlasmer Boasporls... 0Ioooton A Mos r4lS'-51S.tdo Pseyouos A.0.ekl co,B1 doJ B Plonchie t br4lda eie Oi do Armo 64o d44 Looambeth SNe J" Dick & oi. I6 dTol Btotk, Noo do jLTZ.IhI l,. 48 do A lirodl.r .'. fl polthsie. F Por ..jr )tumer BrlDlisnt..l dry kidoes snol 0 hli i mr Y&V rislW , IM l ato"O p REyoolde. Byrnes4 , :r rc. 4 d* Loto' 1¢ €o.4 ddol.e, Po ts p o S 4doLwer. ýdo Ctsw'l & lHckey, 5 do = A prl . Odo.Ty nImlrdos rt a. . do and aNs ao . Watt I*sfr . blsrototl c Id II l.sks -rr~kiwlIno1 1!op'oo l Ii AI W. 75 do U *P ll+llkeAI S ous * so, iido (ourdoin & B.yso Plra..35 bi' slos.. AllS. Z D"-iLco. . ifS lto rkbe, Watt & co, e*. 4 dn LamkeltkI & Thompsoe1. 16d. P I .S4sr br5tt 8 Bosk., 4o ,I.osksri. Forn & eag . o do Mrtins. Pleo.uoo&4 O. "ads sliosu Oosh. 31 do W N so. 7do A H Wslos & so. fllstogjs s . alle sltos 1 _ h _rIo au_ AdaOm I Hlorlwell i do o.Ido lie, s. dosordioS10! 558. ift8slqoiooaoss kor.u le is nW iW Tompki.s; 14"pio l 9iv ,1 old V Oh-hlohl and J +A I W 0le '&-r S10 brla oCnCker, " 03lkodo; :Ih'bris md I book, J F Voo. dd co-o; 6h.fi"i0 lard. Koli 0A Brthb ;i 6 b, i0 and 0 r I ho0 do Volentioa nod Itroddook. m0 bros p~ok." 5 doo lbrd Bogart lliawthnni :4 blir pork, Pou.e tronhwnt, 4)1o B erOh 2 bagspoite, F Bnatil; 49 holtrl po a. 0' I !.; 3o00 ps bulk pork; Wy Yimot doz b..,h."ll.0e4t eg0 iMor. / by a8rni. . , "oo, ,N. J I oom 2A #.",Q pe a ba Feott N re, ]tR6do L. i| o'mpsud t inandul' Bir4ndi 76 do Thos e OA Bivordl.o. co; 00 do SNugen4. Torpkioendd Watt, 61do Bark, Watt and co; 43 ,; oyndr, MoKenu and Wrigh-40 IobIon sad ooob;' 99 Ao vbr, Ou rda a d c;.33 do n, Pleaeosu, Gsad co; , - 341690 J'31i0l .3 do M0etsl, PNr00 and cb 34 d4. Ansley and Rolisoa; AId! do K os 04,i . Dovisdco; I0do Key and ionalrt.lo I trook o t Be, uorlolodizo to W\ Fi r of . rb.rg rm " oUW d 1t' ,p o bihAe'lld 'e d h Ithcto . W.d. i- go 1li28 do Merrifeldll r.d md-o 54 doMatin Poianl ste and hot 1:1 (do A anod J Dick nl ca 40 do HoeohnuBdd Gooc( 4 ido 4orkrt+ Ferni nd Donol; 0 dou G M Lee; 18 no Frerson Dallo and eom 4 do Thns Bacruet. Napoloon, Mo-per steamer Buckoye-l1O bale cottors, lin selt, FePorriday nd Co; 41 do J Ii Loveriebh old Co; 39 do Van I1 Wck and ano; l7do W Bogoelt; 82 doorder. Noohville..Crgop 543 bo.les cotton; 145 hbds aud 7 tbollO tobacco, N ail J Dick nd co;000b; blr cotton. ids toboh - no co; 413 hrs flour and aos. beles wax, Yeat0au and co; 55 hhds Lobaeco. ForyIth lod Linoriek; 20 b hrlsb&ifod 12 hhds ba-. C con.. K . ay;: 304 bas corn o i Dougherty and re; 8 bales cotton Friersono, Dale md o; 65 brls pork and 50 bhsaoio. bli F Martin, 10 packneuo mdh A Kihkmnu od ao; 4 do iambiIe anld Murreh; i or shebller,.3 dos turkeys and 18 brlo gp., Do owner o boeord. od Cioiuati..pao .steamer Tnarlio..29 iet. wlilskey,7 do, er0kersl5. kegs pigls eel, owne on Ieard; O9 bs eaggs, W.I- h le and 0 1 e.son; 44 bder cr rkerl 4 and 4 Itiroe hala, A D Gore; 0 b.- whisokey nd 200bo t dornr J Vrloin acd re; 636 U kegs iprd, 3.50 brh flour. I; 0 hdbaitles, Adoams lid Hrtweoll, sit 3 moolao hoIrle R Ioloe; 3 wn.oooa owner on board;43 bales d sotion, Martin, Pleasroitsand co i4 do; V M oeal; I do Brul doer, McKenna nod W Ight; 22 do N and J Dick and co. '.o CIoolonati..per steamer I·p._kn0..eargo, 40 molaosesO bb roes, J i Gamble: IO boxes h oale o W A Violett 20 do Law00nte and I.eend.i 1 oth.asks baon. BucLhader and cq; 3boos eeru, o0 Burk, Wiot and Co; 50 bris whiskey, Adams and Uortweol; 25 n brlaO tlow; 151 do lour. 151 do ond 21 hvol'do pook 100 kegs lard and 00 brola skil, J T'I'kbyer d elo; 142 sokE corn. own. on or ouboard: 21 h2ls bocon, J H Hilto; 0o brls whiskey, I Dorooy; 00 hhd.sn.ono aod 328 kegs laop-. John Geolwink:9l go b0ls rlmp pork, 8 dosold 42 kels oard, i Rooobotlae; 4 Loxes aod :0 tranh nodz, Ilormlo and luhonio ; 124 kegs Inrd. lit brla notckors, 20 do pilot breadol; 0 do-B.oso pilot breadl to Ce0 P .0 Madioian..por .tnmer Morovion--ear"o 84 Iboxes tobaccoo Armoar, Lasodke ;Wniko,; 7 hoxes adn I trlnk,-ol4 br pork Ill 1i wlb and 100 kegs lard -o9ihdol hamo, E C Heath; 3 tierooos and I brl f;ad-o200 do flour Coutotiok, lyde anld co; 175 brlo brooms. J (;tleos; 6000 middiings, i000 kegs, 23 brlps pion tols Owner on io rdio7dooila type, Ogden and outdi;n;t0;M ca2 psbL0gginl. 25Loils rope, Froht|lit oud Aoderon;'..:Jbbles hemp. Rold and Inrstow; 700 brls fnoir. G Buchann; 2 hbd. 0e toinoo. 3 scnks pono, 52 do o.rn, 2'J do oats, K Gronlin d 0n Co; 6 bales cotlon. Xoitman and 0000 0. lds tobdCCo, Presciott. Jono.s nd O. 23 lhhdo and I box tobaooo, Pot nyth and Liloro ick;32 oaleo ottol.,, A ledouxO and co; 24 do eo Alien, AOsher 3 oand co; 45 Vilcox, Aido.Ao n and oo ; o 6 do I WVhito and co; 3 oail. moleso 3 do sugar. Droks .nd Rogers, 19 acks ..sd, ee SConnor a.d Gridlev; 5O0 balem cotton 1 Ford and eo; 27 do 7 Bark, Watt no d co; 5do BunnOelt, Ferrldny und co; 2 do Van WVyck and co; 39 ldo J T uno d.n; arladho to the o0wner on 00 p board. 110 lMonroeo--pr stoanlme, Alknmluilio-.targo 11I0 ba;lolino.o, A louino and Io; 38 doo Ilecwry and Ford; 244 do A I.doux b' - and ro; O do Beard and o iovop; II ido Tvylor. Cardner and .0 co; II do Connor and t Griloy; II dol Burk, Vatt and co 6 Spackages deer skinslo do a0nd0 I od bfl0 Iides.T RIol;no; 35 balsa is otlon, M White anod o; OiH do J II I'Plouch.r mid o; 16 do A 0 SKirkman. ano co; 5 do 0twnrrt and Cobb; 7 dooo Wolsey Mon z togs; A do A Bo,.o:o bi.so , do 'IV B eo;oo;';50do ooous Bud co. I e 0 Ctiocio..tio.--per steomer (eo IVashingltol- -CeresO 0 boil pork, 4o do boe, I do bacon. 2 hlf do beef, E IV Dod; 115 k hr'l flool, 049 o and 149 hog. lard, Ogden and Southgate; 173 II bets pork. 10 Ialf do jowls and 37l do beef. J Thuyer cud cO; SdBhrpa floor. G Dorfoy; 465 kegs lard, A Fulton aud 0o; I2! It brls pork. 119 kego larnd, 46 hhds boeou J II Healton; 18 half a Irls beef. J R Icdde; 35 Lbds tobeeco. Lambeth and Thonmp so.n 04 bh.exa udz at 20 boeu elsoompailn ; J bieI floor; i0 half barreli buck wheat four, and flecu b.rreoh pigs i r feet. Red Riv oer..per steamer Teche..30 Ibb cotton A Mouren & eo, 135 do A Rivardio A oo, 0I4 do C Toledano, 00 do Sam- i herth t Thomnpscn 2l do L Lecarpouter 8 do y;)rk Brolers d .l0 doThos Barrett 67 do Payroux Arcind 4' co, I do J aleo. y for &. c, 8 Coils Rope Dobbon & Brown. B dIouisville..olor steamer G0l. Galnes...8,llbi Fhlaxerd J G a RIsnclhard 161) pieces Naggin 3 boails Rope & o4 bbs flour iSturky & Wlhiuoi hm ii30 bbls flour d 2A00 empty boarrroll(i n uchnoon I co,.20 Ids Pork 20 do Potoatoe 310 bbl Piloto n Broadl a.d 5 do Beanso ownoer oil board 01 bblo Tallow 001 celnlly rdo 6 do Loard 0.o0 Eggs ownePrs ou board 20 bbl. Tollow J o TbIyor ;& coO. Casks liamn Wnitridge & 0o Cinro.atli...per isteamer lldison,.1334hbbl Pork S Hln- Sha nh204 bblls d726 keg Liard 5O bb Pigs feot 29 do nSao.;nges I 0J A MPnrreLt.52 ld . Por.. hdl 5 ao s .hJ II Hintou 56 bblo Pop feet 8 do Sausages EMDana+34L-,vd Reef Tongue. 31 do Beef Lavef -Amolong 317 1.2 dozen Brooms 40dozeo Tur h keys 50 Ilorses %I duzoo Chickens uod 21 luo.oo .ow ner on hoard. W;Wh;ite iloor...,perieamo r Foaolier...333 halescotton Buek - nor taunton 0ou 17 dlo Burk WVatt & co 00 do E Ford 49 do Ilohon - G0oooh 1I7 do Boo..uI.tFerrid &l.y c. ;. do A 0 Fdlton &ro .5dn ;Rich Book 56 do WV 1 Bes 13 do Preoscott Junes 6 do 01 Whlo d co l0U to .L WV (takey & c.,. 15 bills l Bogorl & Ilawthooo 65 kegs Butter owner o; board.5,buxes I g Soil D.,vis & luohart. - Nmeoatocels...-ner ostooneo John Luiton...4 boxes Specie 00. City Bnnk 5 tbofllidoe Arourin ake WVackor 147 Beef 02 Hide I. Coase 28 bales cotton Ajivarder & co, 2.6 do Pyrono Arcenol l ro 16 n A losen 4. en 30) do I. Ioearpeutc 33 do Blair 0. Laoterolld 92 do J Il PIuh 4,co XJl1065 do rho.s Inprrolt 10 do Lambeith l Thoompson 70 do W M beal 5O3 do Y II White 3 do T' B Lee 1o21 do J H A:o-'k 56 do Kerk 0t oman Ahberathy & telnona 237do C do0T uo I. 4 do 4 tlil toa iooto.hes 102 do A Lndoux & co, ls7 do Jo. A .our 1. Pao !0020°apen. PASBENGERtS. , Il,,;a..Fprh bhrqiue Clarioo..Messrn Saon.cln. IVrilgI hI McKuight, Ken.eta. Blow. Gardaner, Russel, Buooman, Lnam pray, latrick, lMclliollen, Ilildorber. t0. t Louis..per nteamo r Koickerbockor.. J F 'Iovingtou, A H Rowan, C F Gozeo. Clark, Vermont nnd ludy, Il.how, to Fouroain, Shieldo and sFo, Holme., IIiverpool..oor hip Ileury..T B Small, G C WVrlght, . Joseph Bramweol.' T V Jonnes. 0 Per soumnncrBIckeyo--T ToSmiloy and lady, J II Rhodes rind blhdy, Dr Branch andlady. P Harris aed lady. iro Dixon, Mrs Mlurtoll. J II Wright and lady. Mn r WVinston and sot Miat to IBeecett, 0Mr Cnmpbell, Mlaaon Boerbrildge, I' A Owenls, 1E L O(;insbomo,3 J Lowe. WV Moore, W Miller. C lillekin, J C Ie Egeone., Al W lcGoowing, A Clark, B G Ferry,H EnDay, 1 Day. J 0harrok, Geoe Kales., J Matlow, I) Chanhdor, NGil0mrt, . J Backer, D BusLnell, DBournett.F llun, (irandmaiao, IH S Q 0uitma a, E V.no, A D RawlhYIng, L L IhIoyett, ad J 8 |Webb. to Vickhsburg..pnr et0am0r Biyou Snra..M1,s Mlc[a.noan. Mrs Clifton. Mlr Mloinald. lMenrs J M0Caonahnn, iulmoill;0ll0, Anher, C Young, lardi0k, 3 on deck. SCincinnati..pePr steamer Comlneroe..V ! WaVlker, L Spring, 3 BItoldforn, W D Vintlon. J F ueen. V Tllurston. Faprrar & vt. i'oindextar. WV Mitchell, Mrs D Rudd, lnrs J nt. Ildd,l Miss Justice, 3 Kelley. Natclllitoo.ll ..per tea.mer Bonoaporle.. Co F Flora nod onf lady, A C lnhet, N Morrell, Uickson. G oV Green0n.i Hazard. by Wilhon, Scotto McIKolldl, WV Doltz, C lcKee,. II F Niciolo, C B Courtio0 Love anld fanily, Col Tlorlnan sold Ildy. Bovol Soon..por sSoalner Brillia;t0..J S Field and lady, 01Md T MOcCno. A Frederick. (Io n Smhit and .it, C Tolcdllo, J Tnis. A tloHert, I.ibbey, E Iatch,. J Mi.Clollad, Hi Brown, F E Haydoo alnl Iloy. I)uwdloe. Dr Armaou, Morret, Ii Mc Call, D F Kenner. G Davis, Ihildrioh. Dialod, S lI)upoy, J U Morgoon. J N Itnrkill.V D Smit, IIJ s Quuutau E C3lolston, B V Curie, Cu;itrllliLobh WVal, Porcell. 50MEMOOANDA. S;neamer Tarqnin wao rue into Sy the Tibenr snl an olher 0s. boat, suppo-ed to bei ti 08 Rocky 0Mhnt.iu. 0who were 0ral0g. nd Bots beots struck us at the sain time and carried away fore e, starboard water wedO el. No lives loot: This accidoet halopen red at Sorrelt' Bend. io1 Slonluer Knickerbockeor rehorts the Pawnee snagged on the s 90t11 ionst below Delao's Lankling. Boeal totalol loss. Cargo prioooipnlly searle, .t- lBnroque Leopurd sailed o lo opanv with the U S ex mg plorion squadron for the acoific Ooeeon. 1, eft0,t Rio bhip Luroe of ProoviOde;ce; looling for New 'York; Imrque is. JuohnofBosto;o dbecaroging. Left US shipl'rovideloco • ° IVi0g in port. MARKETS. New Yoarl MtsszT seb. 15...Tle osoitement in tle cottons o market wlhich revelled yesterday, has rather ut'stdsd, ow int to the fact tha holders have put up prles. The advance5 of yesterday is fully sustained, and buyers would take freely st ye.terday's ratoe. 'T'l, o)orations will not probably be lear a great ohere as at the south. The .wethlr is ,·' unusually mild Ihal nearly all the irce I as dlrappe.red froll tile bar and ltsrbo. Ill, resC.. Lo.ueN losnEY Acl. gTJn. Ifth.. Money has been rtlti or nore ill rlequoe t ill t lhe lllorecal cirlel t.uday,. nd ,liu- 1 t out o Efe b lior'evo tth e b sal b rate of 4 r oellt: saety -oondpapr. On tln Stouk Echau elt ere i*salso d been an much grnter detllalld-fur money riinllg out loft e I'ir- ti cualllll, ttltt thn arrltlgltlout ofthe accoullt ior ltle ftor irnlln mirle, llld do nor tthnmg tor the opPe.ig ill the Iltii a .undlld d iolher Ifelislh securitii .. takes an insdiately to gether, tei dovts yied rspeetively botg for the llth Ilonatsl in the follgtn houno, end the 16th instaot t tltu tfg liatll ar- C IesaeRt. COTTON lroeaoT, Jranuary 5thl--The mtarket yontdo. tris tuit, uonlyt a Lowut .. bale., with olll lilly chullýlt in ral'. LIVtEIIOOI., Jtanury .a-ifCtto-Tll- thera has b ln a fmiret .rtnlnt of fthinlrr doilltl this week, but the prise., wthol. t, have btee barely U.iutntioed; tie trade blllyors appear to have entertaied nn opinion tllat tlhey would ntt, asld htave ouglt very srpuliogy, sl ( til te ose of the weok has beesr de.lidedlyl Sdull HaIn the dEnllld feeble. It may le remlUarked that tle rotes are higher at lhe presl.."t. utmt thog sthloeh in the totda tft,.ootnutert well at in the port is very inurt. larger. WVe areslecidedly of lpiuioll, however. that enoire cotton will he aanttd, as well r Ite Ipilllilg of the Uitl.e taties as fort the cutinent ol' "-urpe--and we think that tll upopiu, reli d upon lsre with tuclt eonldee.is tatt, loat ton these sad nlllred lurta no dlrek will be Livel to tile nosulmptintl of Great Brltail. We lave tkuuph h it right to advert to these circlul At.,to t f sr the inf.rllutiou of our ouuotry fr iends. [LONDON, Ith Jiltt--Cornt EIerhtnge--'ttrerar s nttl fresh d supplies of all kisds of corn, sand also of fltr. Very little tIllltellss has sbeen trautealt in wlt to-day, t the .factoers are unwllhng tte tnks lower rices than on Mtonday. Parley is bkewise dtll, btt not fartler rtdurad i value. Blesl s ids ease remaii as last reported. In ile oat trade, sales haveo broa limited, yet louday't rtsta are maintained. Flour con tinoes to meat t very lackt detastd at latsquotaliuns. ' Blank Checks, Bills of Lading, Auction Bills, PtsInplletS, Show bills, Cata It logues, &A . &c. A r slttlºIfltsfor the Abtear, .tnd every other des i eriptiattofJ.PI ltlN 'INGJnl rceeind at Colltingt Rtuolt o/Ttf'T1 A3MEICA N," iotST. CHARLos El r CHItsAE. 30l dmr from ravioer street, or oa the Ptitting O ffice, corner of l'oydtao ndol St. Charlse streclt. S Eletatsive and beaultful BOOK and JOB FOUNTS Sfrom the best Fountries inthe UnTited States, laree js tt been added to the already well-stocked Establishment; . --ntll l.oeont will beeheeeuted al l.ow, as CheaplY', es Expedtitiously and Beaottifully, as atL uny other Office for in the City. Nov I- tONOKT(IIIRN IIAY--V2O bnle rollt NO - Yitrk Il ay Innditr frotn shli Ocanlg.ee and Cle sale 165 be feltU A ()IOIN, ColltntottNt 3 ADDEII-t2 casees Madder, or sle by T IL HY I) &BRO., let9 3 Cosnmlont. eor MAgoazine srteet pFL t (-- .-lh-iI5 hsharrelsehohin ,e nr , itt g. d ship S, p;ng order at the landitt,. for dAle by S (19 iO 1, 41d New Levee IF ICIrt i.YM tIlA I INE-Igthan's L. P; Col, Zilo s zz brntds. in pipee, half pipes, musarler casks t sand oaoveo, tor sale ty ISAAC 1IttDORE &Ceo, t fe5 134 Magazine st ted bers oertorfr slo twenty Flot of six Ihunndrel bsand tlirtty acres oi' lanJ, ech. By teim act of the I.egis lattere ti.l tript s an be held and loated by foreigaer asd iatroasferable by assignmant. ler. no99 TIOS B LEEb & CO. 7l 3155 APPLl CHEESE just received mtel for S sle bh ItERADI & BARSTOW, i tet 0 7 Bank Piotne ' ( ASH BOXES.--f Cash Ilxes ofoorown ilaos r C fure, flsera rit r to the nelih, for sale by a jelt S .LOKE & Co, t Fnsnt Levee hy t LOCKS " .Co, 2 i8 Fronlt letee oe thei FAFR~UL AND iOnL. thllu NE' ' ORLEANijI ce"P men SMIONDAY, FEBRUARY °5. ?30. One this NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD-The importance of taking trad luch measures, as will lhad to the continuation of this mill great work, and insure its rapid completion, is obvious i vil to every reflecting mind. The whole country is alive the upon the subjectof internal improvement. the expe- Lot rience of the past, has exlibited the immense advanta- slst ge which accrue to tihe states which boldly strikes out er C delans for the rapid developeluelni of latentonergies, and on executes thetn. New York and Pennsylvania havbe had vill tno canse to regret the burthqn of debt they incurred to construot tlheir immenose canals and roads. [ S Tihe state of New York has not been governedby tie lai blind policy which has ruled time couneils ofthe "Old .tali Domintion" and other states farther south,but has purse- lati ed that liberal and, enlighteted course recoolmended by lar her immortal Clinton What line been the conse- the quence? Within a few years, fronm an inferior grade, irer she has taken the front rank in the Union. Shie has not developed enermies auderesources, which it had not been '.lpposed site possessed. An immentse territory has been redeemed, and facilities opened to it, which at thn o lnce induced iatnigration and caused it to opopulated bal and inproved with unparalleled rapidity. it is now wi one of the most fruitful and wealthy districts of that tile great state. Roil Roads and cunanl bisect and intersect each other .ut within her bordersa, i almost every dilection. Public ic spirit ad private eprie av beenti and private eterprie ave bellese i.nprovenents lhave beeh carried to nearly every man'sa wi door. New York had nalrady finished in 1838, 655 miles of canaisl belonging to the state, beside 122 iles of pri- be vate canals. There had been at that titte 168 miles of wi State eianto ad 28 miles of private canalso eonuneed. p There were 218 miles of incorporated rail roads fniosled, 933 uiilescoommloelRl and a 1704 miles authorized. Thei t col of the canals and Rail Roads finished was $19 447 In 711 thie estimate ofsthose commnenced is $133t.75,000 orrand those autlhrised $31064,000, besides $15,0011,000 Ui A for the elargement of tile Erie canal. hell total tonum- In her of ileofril f rl roads and calnals when finlised 3,883 de Imiles-(995being already olamlled)-the cost ofwllich s is estilated at $89,261,711. The tollson thle canals in A 1i36 amounlted to $1,614,338 43. In 1837, they were gl I $1,3,623 38. The cause of the decrease, was the gen- th eral en.arasmnent of thile country which crippled trade I g Sslid enterprise, and almost paralized eommerce. During pr 13 tie past year they have greatly augmented. The state en h as constructed and commenced 823 miles of canals at if an expense of $18,162,711. When these are all finished of Ssoand in successful operation, tie increase and addition to pi ga her resources and wealth are incalculable. Tile in. eunte is now a handsoome dividend on those completed. t n If is believed that the inur.ensa business which will be In n done ot tiese canals and roads, will not only pay a rean- t sontable interest, but will afford a fund wherewith to discharge the debt incurred for their conbtruction. r i Ii On the 7th Dec. 1137, tile Treasurer of tire slate of SPennsylvania reported the amount of pub' ird bt at o 3$28,058,139 52, of whirl, $22,256,003 32 was on account ul nr ofranals and rail roads. The uouoont of public proper- a oa ty was $29,986,953 87 exceeding tile debt $1,928,814 35. Of this Ilhe sate has an interest in canals and rail roads ir- alone, of $23,851,028S93, exceeding the cost of thile ame, if $ ,f:.0,020 61ii. During the year ending Nov. 1,1837, p k- the income of the canals and rail roads was $975,350 149 do It A being between 4 and 5 per cent on the cost. Let it I.he reimembered flint this was during a season of enmbr is rassment, wher every deslartment of industry received dI checks which it was impossible to counteract, and tie prevented the realization of the just expectations, that i 3 tilese works would lpay 6 per centon thle capital invest- d ed. We have not before us the satltistics of tihe past rk- yar but doubt d oubt ata least 6 per cent was realized ino n tolls. In addition to the canriis and rail roads constructed by I'Ponsylaeni, all which forl $22,229,003 32, of i- the $28,058,139 52 of public debt $3,027,129 94, is in rt turnpike, navigation and roil road stocks-shewing .A tbat she lhas a public debt on account of internal ii. ' provement of about $2.,000,000. She has not taken ht, hold of this est system, to cwhich site is indebted for des her prosperity, with n timid or niggard eand. She sees on, in tese public works,itheeleleonts of her greatrness and bshe pushen then on with all hber energies. Experience J C has proved their utility, and like her great northern tR neighbor she has not only perceived the way to wealth Ss but she I as adopted the plan and prosecutes it wilth vlsnr. l Ir Th le te ofl n h a redio sill radiness whllic does credit to the enlightened wisdtum of her Legislatorr., is L fllowing in the footsteps of her two great predecessors and is actively engaged in prosecuting works of Inter fiel Ilrlovemlent. Sile has not left to individual el rterprize to develope tihe resources and capabilities of 1, tihat tllate. She has not been afraid to incur a public dy, debt of'$20,00,100t, to carry out a ststemn, sihich has ico, been proeocted, which embraces 810 miles of canals Mc-90 mlilcs of Railroad, and 335 miles ol McAdnmised J 0 turnpikes;400 niles of thlse inprovements hbave been put under contrcnet,a portin of themn have been cople ted anod ar in use. The expenditure on public works her in 1837 was $1,300000-a large amount considering tha t the state is yet in her ffaency, and that hier resour ces asat present developed, are not the most prolific: the ilowever,her law maker lforesaw that by a wise ad wr l mistratlion of the public anfairs, in a very few years en- the state of Indiuna, after completing its works of Im Jo provement, would be enabled to pay offthedebt incur e red, throughl til iiirnense increase of value in properly and the trade that will be carried on. Whatever in creases the value of property, swells the revenue with iton out a resort to thatttl the people, most odious ofall the acts of legislation, increase of taxation. None can ob rely jecl to pity the ad rlaoren ra Itx, property increased in ear value, buttlllllose wir are oppos d to all ilmprovemenllt, h ia and wotlid have every thing to stand still to suit their . whirm aid caprile. tih' We have set filrh thl progren; of impro.venint in ir-thse Statel, to rhw lthat our Legiolaltre will not be hs daeeied trxi ravagnt, in rendering aid to tile operltiois - Iht are going oil, and which have been projiaected, by irwhich tihe prosperity of louisianu is to be advanlcid. o- Aon," tlhieee, the mnagonificunt scheree to unite Netw - Orlelns and NishIvilleby a railroad, is tile inost promli niet. lThe ulility oftlls work, if not its eess tv, has i- cc so 'often Ilc nsf d rat ed, tllat it is roit deelacd neces snry, at this tiime, to snildrge Ilpou it. e do not know trotil, tierre i a ;ingle prcssi, wcliel prcuits tie slight a eel e61 oppitiln to it. IFor a nilrifetationll of tihe puiblic voiete, whltii is g'onerlly echoed through tihis asediuia th w dol in know a etlc r criterieiun. T'Ihe vast fertile region Slr ait will be openred, andiat ole bronghlt as it were to the very gates of lihe cityi transferring to tbis ioint its i variety ofpreduclsr, tile facilities itr trausptlrting the nced necessaries nld hlrxurios that are to be purchased here, invie iaslle speedy actioli, by \hich tlle rend may be frIth enotpited.n i. There is a bill hbeore tile .egistzure, wlicih nas fur its object, the procurementiof f aucl all amlllnt of funds, 0 as will enable thie gilpanyito progress riapidly withl the I work. I lie bill proposes that the state shiall lend tile colnany, upon the same Irims of the late loan of $300,. t 0(10, tic esnmi of $!,lli00l,00, ilhat is, state lolld beirilg an interest of nix per cent per ainnlu, lon cndiioll oji the omnipany' paying the principal and'linterest as they becone due, and giving to the State ita iortgage, lien and privilege upon: all the property beloUging toI the coimIupany, to secuire the faithful payment of the prinecipal and interest of aid bonds-tll amount to be I paid at the rate of $10,000 per mile as the road may be completed. It also iroposes tlht the state shall take up the subscription of half a million reserved for that purpost; and further that State Bonds shall be i ssued to any nuimber of the stockholders, who lmay hypothl cate therefor all alequato iamount of real estate and property, at a proper valuation, the sum of halfna milli onto ibt emlployed by them for the benefit and to the comllpletion of the road, they paynlg interest tIhereon at tile Vanua rate agreed on in tihe first loan. With this ail frot tile Legislature, the D)irectors feel conlidelt that they can piogress rapidly aid success filly with the work. They do not appllly for a direct loan from the State, but only for its credit to unable themn to proceed and accomplish their great undlertaking. Th'l state risks nlothing and will beo rlooelled to pay nolthilg, being amply selurld, and the company paying tbeinterreston the bonds. We can perceive no easonlable objection which may lie raised to the Legielature passing this hill; and if not tie whole bill at least the section lelding the blnds of the State to the compant y for $1,000,000. Without this aid, tihe road mlust langiuis if tile operations of the company are not altogether stopped. Such an revent would he ruinous. It would be such a blow to enter. priae, that years might elapse, before the effects of the shock would wear away. tleasures have been taken to push the Louisville, (incinnati and Charleston rail road, with great rapidity. South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessaee are on the alert, and we have just had intelligence, that the RIailroad Bank will receive the privileges asked from the Kentucky Lcgislature, which ailiaittre its conrpletinll.i a Very asoit tint.. Let whi. not tlhe Lrgislatie f Louisiutt. be blitd Ito tle true eel pIhly yhioh PIould guide thyem Ia is il larpotant to tr thal the EA'nshville Railruad sOd l rogurer. Ilts lin m bt their power to say *go on" and it is expected from da them to give the word. No measure jefore them, ex. cipt that ofthe General Banking law, is of such el o- i mtoi. We ask of throm to look at it, in all its bearings. fore Oneecomploeted, how easy to eonstruct branches to cia this main artery from important points, and accumulate pos trade to our great eommerelal entrbpot instead of per. mitting it to beha wilhdraw by the enterprize and ac- lile livity of other stoate. "To serve the prpooes for whliech Co the road was first projecteddand to secure the state of n Louisiana against thegigantio strides making by our jtk lsster states of the South to draw offour trade into otl- and er channels,suflicient means ought tobe secured to the ng ttompany to accomplish the New Orleans and Nashl riet ville lai!road to Nashville, in five years." bet FREEnBAo.NG IN Mt.ISIPPI.rt-Whilet our Legis- it lature has been almost supine upon this most impor- tiet .tain subject, we pereive that the Mississippi Legin- flr lature are acting inl erneat. A general Banking Bill tn has passed the House and ino doult is entertained but oli that itwill pass the Senate of that State, and speedily i' become a law. Let our legislators look to it. Do nit not ,uffer eeery Sate to be in the advance. wil VIRGINIA SanATOR.-A letter from Rchlenond dated de the 16th says that the Virginia Legislature hod been balloting for Senator the day before and on that day, without aniy choice John V. Mason beingthle choice of cn the Loc.focos,JohnTyler of the Whig;,annd Wm C. Rives ofdthe Conservatives. The balloring would be continued on the Monday f.llowing, but the general impression was that ihere.would be no election. Why ar will tile whigs and conservatives divide? Tlhere is a commlon cause ngainst the administration. Success ti will never follow their haoters until they are united. DEIasITIO orF A I)E.nOORAT-The following is the "n best definition of a Demtocrat that we have ever metot "t with: one who would sacrifice every thing for a piinci pie, but never a princille for any tiong. It. [Nashville Utnion. Cu Would not this bi a better readinal one who will fit sacrifice every thiing for a principal (ad intere- ) and it even a principle far interest. Ifthe editor of the br Uniorn willnlook among the rank and file of the adlinris. to Iration, Ie will not find Iinselfat a loss to discover such or

democrati. .a: ConMMOInn ELLIOrT lhans been hnndled without ht gloves in Congress, we annex a sketch of tlhe debatei itn the louse, on the 1 [lt, in which this disgrace to our gallant Navy, is used very roughly. Nothing else of piblic interest took place in either branches. What- go ever concerns the Navy is of public interest. bh COMMODORE ELLIOTT. so The speaker laid before the house, from the secretary of tihe nllr, all paterse i his posression referring to trhe publie cnniluct of Coin. Elliott in tis Mediterram no. hi Mr Naylor, after the documentsi had been presented F to the house, sail he hloped tilhat the Ihouse would allowt ihe palers to Ie referred to a select rconmittee. He believed tirat (ute. Jeseo 1). Ellinltt, while in tine Medri- ot terranean, lsd been guilty of every vice that ever de graded a htumn heinf. Mr. Naylor comrmented on Cotn. EIIott'i whole life, and saitd lie saw nothaigl inu tile man or his life that was cnnie dablea. lie grve n an account ofthe fact of Coom. Elliott'a return from the IMediterranean,in theCConstitution, tlie turning ofsearen I t from their proper plaaes on toard ship and planing t of jackasses, dogs and hounds inl tllre sanlell's cabit, expsing and n annon,.erig tghe lives of hla crew. SThis was not all, Mr. Naylor said, fr le was enga- sl gad while abroad alo ill buying up aintca nidl brandies, which he "hluckstered" out to buyers since lis return to the United States. Mr. McC.LUtrE took the defence of Com. Elliotn, eu.- i pecially in his treatment of Bartlnen the Mediterra Snolun. lHe conidereil (Cnil. Ellirtt an lhonorable and a it high minded man, who hadll done nelhing wrong, arod whom he was prepared to defend to the uttermost. Mr. PRENTIs. next obtained tile floor, anti said hle d wished to make a frw reniarks upon thlle suljet before the House. He allded to a nimurk itate by irr. d Clin, that Ihe.Mr. C. would take eart ofe sick dog if it he had come to his dolr. lie has, said Mr. Prentiss, I think, illustratrd the truth of ilia willingness by the defence ie mtade of Coin. Elliott. it The Navv, said Mr. P. is a thing in which all oifus I glory--the citizen of the fur west, is well as lie of the I Atlantic States, rejoices in the stars and stripes of or Navy. f Mr. ItPrentisa expressed the opinion that ('om. Elliot if would gudowi to hin grave, noIt a t0he Iarr li ' Ili iLakes, but as tie Herti ofthe Figure F r iend. T'hat was a title ihick betterdistinguishled him titan any other. g Mr. Praitiss read from Com Elliot'e charge against I Mr. Hunter, where Mr Hunter had called tihe (ti.no n ore an holtoraileard a hi tll mitded manl. Ca. El liot had called this eatire, and so doubt it wns, iut if or it was, the gentleman froom Punrsylvania was as liable es lobe put uoder court martial as Hl lter had Ileen, lld since he liad itade ise of tile pattie tearsof honorable I end gesntlemanly conduct of whlieh El'it had r.onl e plaioiln d. n Mr. Prentirs mode humwroue aslaions to lthe earo nf jacks Ill and other animals broaght hone by Colu. Elliuol. te wna opposed I aeny such ilmortation iof jack, jankasrnso bears. it sionkeys nad othcrnqudruped., believilg that we r had lno.gh of sucht aimala in our rcoutry already. T'lhe grntlelnan frotnl Pennsylvaria, remarked that Com. Elhittt lad " dAns itio es tate sotte service." Ite conuld har:lly Ihavn tdder tle it i minder of tbhe quotation.." they know it." I. did ot lo he lieve that CoI. Elliott hau dones the SItate niv service. ra Speaking of the Naey, ir. P. said that iou little Nnvy was r-to us what the Swis song is tIn tho intouitrneer, wloet fer away front his owneeuntry. Iit waslthe subject lofgeneral 'p- praise. IMr Prenatis thII Iaid ei eloquent tributeI to the Na of vyr and after that in contrast alluded ton Iler figure head aifRir nhich ihad nlartedl so much aliention. Mr. MeClure Lad licalled the outting off the figurehead an it af theft and row nldice. Mir. Prentisu aid thnat o far from thir it remilnded him of the loton tea party, anid the throwingl over oard of Is the te in Boston hrlior. The out itself lie thoughttshowed nmore coursage than ile pellant commodore ever exhlibited iiin, and ny of rhi battles. 'the placing of thn fipgure head upon the en Contittion, MirP. said wt thoIIught to be a low specimen of base syahophaney and of cresping aid enwliltr devotion to a Spartizan lie was no felon who cut off tim fiure kead. Tihe ks Constitution belonged t all partia, aid should never fioens borns the image of asy ottno man who had distitguilhed hlnr g oelf lmore for Ilio parly devotion than any thLng, else. MR. PICKENS, ofS. C. accused Com. Ellieu of tlreitg a arrogant and insolent officer, who had eommittoel more erelul1 r: and irlidculreaaora than the rniia could waoh out. lie hoped his eOndart Weslid hbe eanliined inlo. id- iMr. U.'IELENG heare'morved tiho nrevioau Queelion, rwh ienl wus econdedo, ayes 03, nooe 50. Th u main questioll was then ordered, tndltMr. Naylor's Se Ileeltonllittee resolution adopted, and power giceu to seud er- fopersons aid papera. I.ATKR FROM ENOLAaND. The Ilibernia, Capt. Cobb, sailed from Liverpool on the 17th January, and reacird New York oun the 15th itnst., bringing tile letters saved from the Pennsylvania. Those of the SI Andrew were forwarded on the Rosciua. Tile Sidone had arrived at Liverpool. We annex the most ineparlnnt items. . The Actress frlom New Orleans, and the Tinlkean frot davanunal were at Limerick during the gale,-they hove toofaCape Clear and weathered tile storm withlut losing a single spar. The rermains of 51r. IBlydenburg, chief mate t f lthe Pennsylvania,were i terred at Liverpool is tie Wallas by churcl yardon the 14th Jar.., attended ea to the gavre by all the American Captains in port and hundreds of seamllen A strogla nd geneaal effort is mlakinlg throulghout England in popular meetilng to pr llrce the repeal ofI tile Corn taws.. The Ohronicle aad other tiniisterial journals appear to be ill fver of material alterations in the present nsystem. The political intelli:ence frlo tie co ,lient is of little impertance. Thte death of the dlltheoie of a l'tur temburg lhas thrown a heavy gloom over the French Court. Tile steam Iackeets dhubtlesa railed on the days an nounced, vie: lte G(reat Western on tile 28tht Janlary and the Liverpool ol the 6tl February. Trade at London on the 16th, remainned rather dull, resulting partially from the apprehenlsiaon entertained of the iljurious operations of the Corn trade and an un favorable statleol the Excehange. lioney had been in greater demand for commercial uses, and the rates of interest had an advancing tendency. The setting offer theConsol account the samee day waent off well, and Consolscontinuad steady at 01 1.8 a 91 1 4; and Me ney )2 3-4. The Cotton market at Liverpool had bren rather ac tive, without essential variation in prices. The I.ondon and Liverpool Srain market, were rather heavy, ald tie prices of Wheat were from 2 to 3 shil linge the quarter extra. A large portion ofthe cargo ofithe St. Andtew will be saved-that of the Pennsylvania has been seriously d damaged. One of the Liverpool papers of the t15th says: Since the disastrous hurricane, the weather has, with few intertissionee beet ofta rery biasteroue character. Almost every day a.e have lad ievere gales, varying ifrom the saithwest aO the northwest,but setting dirrct ily from tihe west at their height. OI Mllnday eight, andT nesday l orning las, we d a vilet gale fr the twestward, which would hiare been called a ithurri cane, but that tile terrible visitation of last week has caused all iminor stortms to assune ai charaneter of inaig nifilanece. Bytre lactl ale we hivp not heard ttat any inj'ury ihas been done heyeond a few ihiuluev tetr. Sing beren blown down in the town. The wreeks on the outside have borne the weather astonishinely well. According to the Intest accounts last night, all the ve sets except the Lockwoode were Wsill holiding together. y T're Petnnsylvani. was entire, with all her masts stand g ing, but apprehensioas were seriously .ntertained that aone onf the iulls, sitaated as the werrr, wonld be iaon able to withnt t tle aoherhck tro which they were expa. y ted ahould tie wilnl not moderate. 'The Leckwooda it it is feared ed gone pieces, a not tit vestige could bi h een of her at tide lime yeslerday. Laet night the wind had got round tE the niorthward, and lied i'leed cisideraebly. It wa ennfidenlly expented by those whie are expe ie enced in tile atmospheric prognostic, that the weath er would settle into some degree of quietude. 'he following particulars of the career alt its closes of CCap. Smnithlwill be read with melancholy interest. A Liverpoul paper ays: Thi gentlamal lhad commanded ships out of New York for 14 years, and the packet chip Pennsylvania aeverealite ahe commneed runneeing. lIe a. about tir d ty rears ofage, akilful and succeasful ecommander, and mwas nivereally respected. We colversed wills him i tile underwriter'f rrme venterdi mIornillng wek about half ac hoar bifore hili lej urture te joian lis slhip whickh hal en ,atinalchr off th KHock, toio wtli' aeek, al nd hi bsdi'%n very deeplP ladea w'.ith a ss cii vnls:dtleeosge. le asked 'lila swhtllc.r he ille 6!e to try tstgo to nOt that day. lie replied that he did, bqtr.sgretted that he had not anue to sea on the Satur day.niter theo2th sit. t He served, itht sno the s8tesm ehipa would not nitl before the end of Jansuary and the beginnisg of February, neither olheni would overtake hih. He hoped, he nsaid, to be sag in N w York b- fore either of them started. We asked hiim how many cabin pasol:gee ;rs fire, he re'pliedi, and lan.gi o g, said, that as the St. Andrew bi.d fir enly, he hail ps.. posed to Capt. 'flompn tass t nthey sihould tres uie which should take the whle. He dded, tsat hisahin S as fawpabestlger, ie had reolnnvee his dinang taob', nd filledlhae loage spce in the ecain withi goodts, M. Court, the vcry intelligent secretary to the anderwriers, then joined is, and tie ald Captain Sinith tried the bare. Ii aeter, both agreeing that it was steady. t sIan then jlkingly remaorked,"but let an ee wbnat nirphny ayct!" aid we badse Captin Smith farewell, is thiv were go. ing to see what Merplev'o Almeannek sid ostlte weith eros Sunday, the f ti inst. Captain Smnilth was mar ried and hu left n wvife and two ehildren, the one to Ci bewail ite mnelancholv death efa kind husband, and ite II others of i teaer fiter. Huving beenovery suRlss ful, lie lind acqui.ed a hkodsnse coepeteney, nith 'I w e: oe waslaoot to retire from na enofaring life. o-. codee h was takiegont in hie rhip a variety of srtieles fire arw house, wlich hd had been lilting up on the s East River, Naw York. As a maerk of reeect to his ni ory, he fiargs of the vesels il hthe docks wrre hoisted only half-mast as soon as the news of his melnearh ly and untimely death was received. essers. Wildes, 'iekersgill, and Co., the connsignos oftlls Pernsylva nia. hrve onfered oreward ofTI te ,npy any person who will recover the ody ofi thll anmenteri gentlemnn; liut, up to yesterdnay aftrnooi, itie sea hadnt glgveu opi itso dead. Goan.eeoFP--Ttere was adistresring report in cir enulatioa in New York, on the 14t e inst., that tim bilnd of Guadeloupe has sunk fr sbelow the tide level. hWe learn from tile Amerien that this effect is suppsoeid to1 his re beenprodieed by some voleanls action having inoneeti os with tile lte oearthquake at .tnrtiniiqne. lanolnenrpo is divided by o creek running oe ilv througll tre centre tf the tlleid, one side of wllich is a Limestone fonnatios, nd tihe other velennic. Sanmo very celebhrated plntatious, witi extensive hnildings, onese of ,rest vwlr, are said toahe ilnelteely sllb merged. uNew iooK--h.. Jobsi & Co. liaver now realv iir de livery to rubcr.lbere, aed for sale thei" sew "l.oietnise Code onf iroctiee;" at ten dollars. It is a hook ofsccr five mlreted pages, g(t upI) in superior rstyle, equal to i thelirCivil Cde,-ancd nay be pronnonced one of Ihe best plrited law hooks ill tle United State. Thile irtelt ieor, we re told by on eascont t r yeor r, is very eorrect teand ihe t ianer, orraegements of aluies, inderxes ad aitnitatioae, will whi bllit bIiIIonds, are excellet These soiirited and eterprlirinie publisheer, are now hovine praepned for tile iiress,--mlartia'o Reporta, cun illsed, to be got tip in siu sate superior ea ylre. ,f II. J. Fraona's DlE.se --ThiAs teling actor' and - geltlmen takes his lenefit this evening, whok lie ill bring forward the entire strength of the company, him selfsustnaiing several ofhis favorite eharacters, in r which he will amuse hri audience with some of his tost exquisite songs. Wheen such men s Mr. d Fine come before the public for a beorfir, tile hand of Sthat public should not grasp the purse string. lie is n- oerament tee his profession, never forgUttting foro ioment the strict propriety which marks the gen:le an, on or off the strge. His Hne roenuadrumes alonse, mwill be worth the ticket. We hope lie will have a arm per. g August had a fine house on Friday eveniog, end never played bltter. Sihe NeOicd to be in excaclet - spirits and Dportled hrrjoyoulsnces tol all roud. 0 CAtrADnR ALLa.. SBy a re 1eneeee to tedvcre rtmealit will be seeut liat thin elcarmliing chanteuslee iro poses to give uncert con \Vedcesordny evening at tile id St. Louis Exchnge BDal Room,. Tihere is ao sweeter minstre in our country-nor ere milre correct. lor Sstyle is simnple, and pecliar ts herselfi and the delicncy nr. nolduth and expression of ier rmelody cannt fail to If crhair tVe most fastidious ear. It EXTRAORDIiNAR TI'ATRICe.l. IEciEFT. "Ile IBaltiimore Chrll icle saysW: Cerlete's mircftit toouk place Ie lst iglCt, and will be ever memorable in tile nncIls if ti liae Baltinore siege, as the Iorgo-t reseeipt ever taken o il aniy one i cecasion ill this city. (;reartllller wle he nitble to btailn places aid tiod It retni. Tlhe car, as tin and officers. oftlle Frielchi frigiate Velec, ic'iel pa.einied by hie Iatoer thie Mevor, coil the Feetmti Vi'e I- repeat.dly cheeredl tlleir fir ctnlllyet WOlcvlt . S1rl \.w if raledI lit airllread ot (tti eall'e llbolinellts nud retl lillld i, tha ks for tlhe hot or cllefcrred. "1o iiciit ll r'i. *n le iot Ibe awarded Ion r. Vuard t.e. Iworllte I.ilclccit, fllr In ct. arrnngelietel of Ite evlnicclli a ll (orl? Illl.ti.lcfd1 aiip Oh I i.ac .'' i(fl* bthie lio c llt Id ciI till, lll . llle.reclll e c cid en 5Frenlch lgs. iThe r.etlipti coci .e.l,I}it. tirele.te idsereedly IiIlnks . htroeli Ic e notiretil, o w llerever seglcoes, s.le ilvl r t nilc r " drawv rrt,,dw, lo cllce s. Itericitln ry is l ly' equalh'Id by ieir ti le'utc, Ov IIIcshe Insa iiI iiocosiiSccnetllig iiew Iie gr Ilr Iritld' wilb. She will lh iin cNiw Otleonu i:c t bw dye..lu d ar lier ellgtleeilo it ii the St. Chulrlcc w:ell clllllnlle 1 early nx ontclh. Reid Rcorders Coocrl. o- SECOND MUNiCI PAI.ITY. of Reporto of Day Police sad Night WVatch. Folcronry 21, 113!1. SThlomans Stlrl,Jl JcllOcl |lllereoll. S V Gordion arrested af flr being druck, diescharged. r eDavid WVain nrrested for beillg drnak uad distorbilng tie se tile pene, di-charged. do-G V Venomt, J tliekex,nerrested under suopieious cir aeumtancesa.to be vuuced for. c Februnary 2,19. p Wd Wa rllae, nrerested-foute roill hg boutu sllllposed on, to be illsllce, dicellargedl. Johnl Nicoh:le, Mlitclel Ilaould, crrelced for being druank ao- o lt diSurbilkth ie pence, di chrg.d. John Lynucho err..soed for being drank,d dslhargnd. J A Riddle rrestedl for natrenptillg to fores ]li.i way ill bb, Lfiyetly te squanc, discharged. ie G Oltcrllat errenstid for steoling--bodlllld to Crilnial ned Court, I0UI bill. I'en 1 mat collie shp t.31N .j.. wgaged, will3333 meet ( with d-panel. 133r Irriiill or Dilrago apply v II ran S33 &J .' 9.VIII 'NE3Y, 73 'lp The A 31333 1nl utF iin lp. N '3131313,I3 (opt. (C33od~ooarnebill d vea3 t.'3 hned3ale d3isptch. For freight of I33613333C3 .33 .333t pn s 1(3(l to .1 H 1( 1:, 1h33 A I s33ip3 MARY IIIWANII, Sa. 3331 Wrar mase3ir, h3.3(,331,1 mos oh3D carg.' f enigaged, will hiae despa3ch, rit or paage, apply to Regular Packet of the3 261(h inst. 11(11 21U'( LINE (333F 333 PACET.ce l /IARKA c333S Denni3, meter, 33331 (il3riti3 ly * leave tie Levee 333 mo3rrow3 eCvening. Fu3r passa3ge33o3ly, I ng 33363333(e33333 33a333e lseeoimn la3 . apply 333 3he (Capt3333in3 on board, two fi33s beclow th3e Vegetble 3333rk3r, or to feb335 A COIIEN,23 Com...3333 TheaC 30331 3iling brig SAMUvlI., & JCIIN, 333 Capt.ri(llh, , will ' tc3 with des(ptch. For pu(333 33nly apjply to fell, SJLJ ' P III'FRY 73 Cutup at 3FO0 13AYOIJ 5Al1A. Thn a loa3ndid pas3333nger .3ea3.nt (IIHI.1 1', Jcaoa h33333t m.aster, will;l;:il 133333: N33w Ocle33 3D Dvery e 33( 33 1033 o'clock A. 3I. fur MailyonSore &Dcery 533t33rdl3y at 10 'well ck A. 31. taking fI3. 333333t do3333n333333 S33ndla3y. For freCight or p3assage appl3jy to C33pt. (1u33 033 bo3ard3 or to Ca2S ADAMS_& W33I'I'AI.3. (El'Ickct 3hip Accus from3 Ntoe York, is dia charging opposite333 St Plhillip 31. Cons3ignees are re quealyd to attend to Cllr, receiplt of their goodsl (.33 P LAIIII.AW, fi3 C333(3p st Il7The 333ter bit 331 th3e 3h133p EtItorle, Captain Drummond for Liree1,oolwll bIe 333ken3333 (3ro333the 3331c of the sab33rib33 3t 4 o'clock IP. M. feb25 LEVI II GAI.E, 913 Comm3o3 3t U5 THE Cons3ignee (Joh3n F Krokncrl) of 300 box3es coup n313d 3twpian3o forteos per ship Jolhn M3rshallC3 from3 New York, is re33333ted to cull at 3he Subacribers office and3 r3333333his goods. feb25 S &. JP W1N'rN EY, 73 Clamp 31 (l T13e sh1ipr .IZA W.33333t33, ('Cali. lais, will 333003333 dischargin3g ll Mon33day 253h ins33133t, ne333 313 upper cotton 3re3ss. Co3nsignees3 will pl3a3e 3333nd to Il 33 rec3ipt of their (33od3. Ceb25 REAL) & lIARS ('OW, 7 B133nk pl33e ?lThr e L.33ter bog 33333he ship 603sor330, Capt. Dr33. moodI334 will be t133333333 f0o33 t1h33(3 of fice of t lh c3ib33 at 4 P 23. LEVI 11 GALE, feb25 23 Common333 03 (12'NO'I'ICE:-TIhe ship3 13303333, (pt.f Oyer, (cm New York, is now di3a13rging opposite33 t3333 O3e333 3330333pre33. (Consignee3 are r3eq3ested to at1end 13 13u receipt of their g(ods. f1b25 S & J P WHITNEY. 3lNO'T'ICE":--TaI3 bhill 00330A333C33. Tyson' I'Y033t3 (333.n New York, is no3w dia3.I3rgin3 ((ppo3il0033 in 33 . Cuosignees are particularly 33que31eJ 30 3tle,3d to tIe receipt of the3ir good on 1he L33ee. 3 fgl,25 S JP3 WHITNEY. (t3rNo 'ICE-Tbe keigo33oo33TEu. Cali. 2V.'Ialy Crfr3 Now York, is now di0charging op ewitl the 33ria33 gul(33303res. (;33033(30es are p-rticolprrS regncsted to attend 333333 receipt of their 33 od3 on th3 Lrven, feb25 S & J P WHITNEY, UTITo packet opip AL.ABAMA, Berryc master, 111 3 ont3 0ncre disch33rging(this day3(1 opposite tl31 Vyretcbcll m3ar33ke. Coatspees, will please 33333,1a t13 I3(3333333(ipt of their gaudI on the3 3.eo... fe334 A COIEN3 a3co ,'3SCa33ll acu .t St. ChLrlrs Theatre. FINN'S IliNfFIT. Thrnue pieces never acted ih thim TIhlotre. It Ihe course of lie eening Mr Fisn will uing Ten Comic Sonog. - This Eveeeig, I'ebrua.ry 5, AsiI5 Will be pirl'crmied the celebraled IDrama of (as TAM ('SIIANTER. Ion, Tsnl O'Shanter, Mr iI J Finn Suutceur Jonuin. Farren Aftier whlicsh the musisal feree stilse 100 POUND NOPE, Billy Black, Mr I11 J Finn With Ltsc feoriginl aosd local Conuntdruas. Harriet Ar.ingtos, Mrs )e Bar Ter To conclnd wiitlh tie Extravaganza of O TOM AND JERRY. Cor:nthlin Toss, Mlr J S Browne lub Iheie, Ih Fine Al Uorisitsianu Kute, Mrs Dc her SiThe piece to coecluds with k grand nmasquerade ball. On WesVcdeeasl, BessclitoMlrJ H Browne. WI Suireo Musicello. MADAM USARADORI ALLAN, i 1 EGs pnmisstnn nto ucqoahzt Iho nmturs of Au L) sie, in!|biabltus ot" New ( h lean.r Ibun t site will criva Mcenned Aria" Cnls dime," Norms--ellini. rCa tinoet"in acoce piocoeit." I s Blareier--Ronsin Et A ria " In Idite." "r'Nsm.--Donixatti. Blero flnesnis' " O ,r c 'es let neu s." Dess aur. d rotis h bladI. en t'ic iets I 50, fs r c le ci t t'lr St lolis au d other til S Lentess; and at Alue.rs Johni' Mr a ese.y'e, and Me! rs Iuurlnes nllhe runrc istei f fehhu i EN5 AIc --S00 rluse. Teenf-miDs' I uo nia uild imi l wriilsg, ss1ssi c i e lr c e leur. .rIy tupee or. I ssusioaliuv Ibr l Iltlut~tnret a prihces byi SFob925 A T'oWAH R,, Camlp at |toPI IN'r'S-- 15~ case variousa puattrns Il,''cnie anld "' IAmrican prints, 61r mille Il~vy~ :· nia I 5 t5 ' tr ' tle by Ilu- cis I Ie IN 8& Cc,1tss e ichilne t l , EAri Sl( l i(Ic-6000 blis or Ih Ikik Iltrenfwiills mt Ltnken Il.w i sin letIter fIt·rIett 7? e JLusl 't. by I FlabS5 4:11ABI1'1,1. k.01&. COO)I.R to A I IN,1 -l2 Aoxes M rli' ins, Lo ring' s bras d , le Ir ssU sllalfdo ulIs 15 st t, r de in esl nnd etht25 79 Jlein st fe N Y l 1(;-l 6 l; )I,,t ,. i en i. th n 1i05 79 Julia at w i . 1 ."( 1 11111151 Sl UssI 134· Msrseee' I I .iiOUlt.-- 1i0l h tit lsaling trhme steteuur G Wes h V - hex-Ii r ) &CR O 7, 4 1 N tw I.rv si L " OU0R- Juirle bvlur nd fionlquin5 Ibr sl I"vG D)ORSEY,4, New Levee e sllS eY.- t0 barrels rectineI, in store for rode ·Itlf &l is_ ss li .ii.tss.c..iY, is et'''w .4 . s .ve . of Ul"'tlt--ln tubs andi kg, westernt r serve land relig fromi steamer Agnq si or t es i I y e Ire5 G. ItOR:+EY, 4.. New I.evce 1 7issls !is | A .85" 6,1 ·i ,Ir B 1___ i3 33 3 ,1° 1 o. NrTIls DAY. le 9,000! Capital Pfrizs, 'l'Tckets only 2 50 T ne, GRAND STATE: IOTTEIRY. In-Clas 15 extra. .I ASS 15, A (lut risei hy tR IEgisluiture lof t i S Slale. To Ie drawn Tleis Day, I:eb. 25, e i ll3:, i at t; i'clock, P. M. at Bi llsh Y's Ilotel. B s)AUVIS & CO, Managers. i 75 Dra n nimbers--I2 Drawl sallots. L ,)>lendid S''/chme. 2701,1 I'rizc.r, nllllllmtiifm,_ I01 .kll· I I,1' i Tickets s e sc l--lse lv ics I 5--(~uartera cy 0 tl1e , Packages of 23 Tickt3. r lit ;3'50, 6ws rrltlh.d I draw ' is,- t eOt O3i) seitud itlV draw Iic IrIsehe t esls illy$ . i. sr $3C 5, .' rtl see to 1ra 5 t lollse $11 (10. Ia.kagcs Ir S',5 t suarter Tickets 15 63s warrllltedi to draw iti least $7 50. ary For packlt.es of winllohl <~k.s l)i at tlit. , 'tote 'Icy le rcc TiAi.(; Elssy' oFh 5, 1 1" , 1c lrtres t neistie ch th les eitnlls'st' Ilfst I.Oli (llr 511 11ies (;l.l l'.l-Thiseto d o VtliM i & ll 525) . iise .1 . imiliet and g.t%~l ed' n thl p I' esssns bisu os yosr 2't l .reltte:t W~lltdlr ill" II lit+ lllltltl kill~lldllll tlll(*t tII)% V t Itv i i t h+lll sC o r i~. elses lat illllltlts ilt i -li t e r . E l ti Peisven e tiltss tCslt a lh iii1 vii'rlnllslhe h rint h rr le "ili r r l P T pr I )r1,'n~ll Il)IItV "fP frC ll. ltlt)V YI·Ir~l--.ql I i hcnr ll ie thet $ Sxit-issee tll:, 2this sel n $lll lllil . l. st - litil I Nl e lhleti pll th5 r htsr1 ti , u la t tis tetsss1nt ittg 5 $9,irlsiIIiF I Iss' leeu, ts .5 hel 'i's'is' Fled loses 75 $15 IAton sissaeusteted de 31, '1 '1 r.l{ -- 1 t n tl ut & eho 'iti n a .,,rI e Is s lll'lls ofsiltn'-s 11 e ll ,'!is t Isis Ilte l'l ll t it ille n ser , I"JI' i tliin i l'l1 'l ' s l ss ''rss , l.eisi.l,, s, hs l s JAVI 6111RWS , •ccsssstttntis er t iettiss iTiset ule tshns it sn e I tI ttfitiWN istc UT I' T I 1 hee st 1"sstit.ss iscsttiss ileessist ' lst' Ivt ."sit llls,'ri)t' i lst it hite-ltt"slll R s s)tm l Psi s Wi l n, t hr eted IM NN I'' TI -111 i s- b isi. 2, sitse, t is,' l l, gh5 siteOLs Essssrsou's'i e 3hi JAl N F'rl 1U' l KlElTr -tl1111 1 i I +,"J ah. I brI < I I{ I fe 5 5Po Itr s.t' ( lAf iiit 1 s st s i htts'isse c ltsed ts" larss s-st 's' ttss'tstkstor o?!Juiatitptg t h5.ob'f u ni~nal hu i ¢ ' ri nrd i i rlll it ottn t ito ' t 'llir l t t tb s -t'o t upI.\11 Jr r--r51 11 I, 'rr. l all itllm tei(hlr il p lanttins, ullhinr olr laml so heruulsrm A er selh . itss iII0 l shsp-irt,". s tll sIes, Is s ' si-ts fests 7 slskss sits lr W astt ll& . iioi t"-I si . , h eels n I S I NO II Oe i s N I r T I esi s et I.- Issis II s nis.pits vicut ( rian5list, wie -15r i Iltei', isise psstscy isss ge, r 1111 1 1111 & (caPeniusee 3 liAA's ill i )t sIINICW steeseet I" ,. I.I), li,,flt . K hi! e- 'ti hi si-use ess netl ole :()~l Ihll II~).(.(r 1111lln l JI: l l~riI hAti )Isis 1V41" sstk~sess~iteses r 5. 1 " tIc. tstgeA I5 IpI' W , 7& 1111 iak I ." ( 'itA+ INE I & t P ,AR'5T1 ()\Vss' ,'s'ss titnk lressv set . itsslsss" l NA eti--le i0 ic. 2bsbt.ssei'e'l sict-y sseiqg is s" ssi''c'i(l sct(irtsiv sn've f s by shi cslstrt;ll i It, is'''t t'i 'C's d'' t bv Js TIs I\sits si. 'C'. I'se ii' 7'' i:1. . 11). ;~ ~l.{/c l',- iIs.sstt - A sit vi is T ii0 hs it ga ss;l tles is'+'l"hr aeh S. I iiA'II Ii' 'si'OIP I Nm . l e sitl lhe 4 al," r liii. st sre Nc.els Juiist 1st-s~lis , bt r lesa l )rss the vIl"sOessst-st l'vlt g (iet Ihe s'ors r atsist)t ero eci ev sst s Il Ii.+O'ss l ttt ttitttt I lei,tttt n tl ist t55'5'5-h 5 sits's ftty r 1) ii|I~i~o~i s -b[+ . ll'+rllll]V lP:,. Oli l ss(l l~ l ]Itln a All,,r~eb+ , .l l~: l:atu~~v ll i t!', '1ls's 'Tho fIllow i;;le the dluwa numbtieu r itf the Loais. trt Lottery, t 'eea (, tar 12'.: 30s 58 ;1 7 271; 9715 7133 15 '1'rIlS A 'llERNOON, IllGlEs.T PAIZE $i10,000 10 lrirecs l' $1,.0Ie each. 'licketls only I'ree IDollars! LOUISIANA LOTTERY` Aulthrized Iby Act of ti.gi.lbtire. ('Capter XI.Iil, pasted Mlatch I. 182.. CIa... N. 8, fhlr 1839. it he Irawn on 'luisday, t ide. 2et . 1:)3, at .5 o'clock, P Ml. at lthe eti elch lht Ietll, St. Clharies st. I). S. Itit;ORiY & Co. Succetsors to ]'A TES ,iFlN'I'YRE I Co. 75 Numbers--le IDralwn Ilallls. (GRlANl) SCIIEIIE. 27,81-1 Prizes am auntieg to $115,931 T'ickets $300--lealvts $1 3Jl--Q(artters 75cet IPackages of 25 tickete for $"11. Pl ckagee of t25 half ltickes $"S2. Packagpe , 'f. (luarter 'I icketts lur $ll. Four Packagece or tingle Tick, i. apyIv at T'lle lllltngeir Oliee, fe.25 35, ,,l e streict. ,ttl to Camp st -il.--15casksJudd wanter strained refinead oil, a - vry sup!rior artiste, bur sa Ie by 4ce926 O (; IlANCIHARD J qesUliiy, for salc by t BL.LI2Nl IIAIW, AlIGA WIN e-Au invoice of elaitgt sweet I tIil arer caskstct le r stide by feb21 111 D 4 IairOST O1W, No 7 Bank Place S I:EAD IBARK.sTO\V, dl2 ?1 No 7 BSl!k Llace l r tur lebv REAIAD & BAILA'tO\W, fo'} 7 Book I' sco. NU 1'T- .0 111N I 'llatil 0ýtJ.j uet receired tier" ale hv fell IIAI) & 1 .\lt' OW lt.Ieul. k Il'iae. COMIPANY. NEW ARRANGEMIIENT. S'I1 e I.tacomotive will leave thie Itlrpolt t Ithe fiCot of a(l l e, ety tiy adly l M. and tetlrlle at 4 , I'. etxceetl tunday's, wet 6.eltt e ill p e t eir c .. e idrn B A. . 12 1'. M. ." "41 " " A' A Cr fcr privalte pirli, pr,,vided thllle steciter ie tiiirccttll, will e cult edown tlle roiadll a e i da) jIl2, lif l JAS II CAI. I)\\'V I, I, plrlsuesd t. B\ AtIN-71 - UUl," tef hIIs, Utll hdee s c nl "sidt ior. etle by ft I)OIti, Y Y fxl, 44 N~w~ Ievee : J 1'tecc, ti\etie eue'liee, .r.pn:tfufly tt-iet.t te .. Jt tie.e , leae le i t llilc .Iemett ste i a nll y IIIIIU II ill ee ()hleus, ,dnriszl lhe Inwutflh Iof 1" l.lUlry, M e(,ll told April. Ilie ei-Se itee il, te e prtie tic , lIr I.+,il, '- ,)st Iplotsh.>iorn nl . ll d rxilelhwnce, l,1oth ill lle ,,.i'gl al till! l hcc ite tl e pcit t ieelrl ee' cS i eeca- ill1l6 bu it(l Ill \ , 11 c-l ll llcl'lhltlti'lly. l;j9 U ; anal rLet. Caigap St. Thcatre. 4th Night of Miss ELILEN TREE, 'tilIs EVENING(, lE. U1, Will be prformloed the popular Tragedy d ION. Alltaslu, Mr Pstrderickl Ctesiptllto, Isbhr Ion, MirpaTree, Cletnnthe, MrsG Barrett Alfteriwhsih a Cotlcerto on the Violin by Master Bate. To conclude with the popular frre. of tim IRISH TUTOR. Terry O' Rourke, Master Burke On Tuesday, 5th Night of MISS ELLEN TREE. GREAT ATTRACTION!! At No. 53 Mosazlnte stret, oveer S. Lt'e Auli·et Roost, ppoeltr Bak'e Arcade. 1 GIitLElt respectfully itforms the puahle ihat IAl theoothroo tctedeot RitVe of CLEOPATRA, QseeAT of EITE, Wl ch ts ern thined is moat or thea pniratal cities oflo ittlion, to thle lively admitatio n of many tit.oslo viaitersrtt arrived it tlia t itym and is nsw being exhitited for a short timent oly, rom itors'cnsk A Mso l t o Ir,'elk P M. Iant.ltdritoc, 50 entn; Se.srOtt tieehot, $1. fehI6--tt ___________ JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVeR ANDI CPI'PER-PI.ATE PRINTER, ,t't. 3, Camp St. S T.i. lenrave ni prillt tos eorder, bnk noat, e. hills VV • l oeanngre ,la of ladin, dlloss, tseresn hooIoocoh- . net tetoonsotsll ttt rpaidto agr tile sod visi:in_ . Illrvtor Clle, seeular enhpro unele houte seals, uoor lato, silvor waer, rAe.-lwIayant laudtu aolt tolent of ither plated and hrass door I 5 Cnola pristed rouln t itleos tlreoly elgraved. WAmHI wNGTON BALh ROOr Dress & MasTqeorade Bali it. Philll, lPk brtween Royal Iltotlrlto al vIn l Monter eltin t b hve nue i irall titnosps rm lor:·,nh i Ie crlodckr. Tho hear win o aunrpassed tov nos ill olllity ol liqrsenod the toaturattl beh ket thy the shest Ilerst.urot1ur ill tse Ulntod tantel. Tntrioaowill er-opll on atullrdo y avislllg, 3rd of NoVolllltlr Ilhx, stvto titRANIt ItIEnSd & SIAMQtLIERAI)E BAIJ., otI will let, Itloe no oIaol evlru Montdlly , Wellesb r llly I thII n dlllllrTIllV l)Vl·llinls ollrill n th e l pulbOll, ahi rh looi lototo nono, boio tto W rdost, sn hinch will l i,,tr,,,tle 'toIf u he,,y, It Ioo. N. II. 'leip oltlto l o llllllnllo witll tle paid to her iol orftmicl orenr thelgllt hou e et Cslasliestthnt, II s e " thll enrl tha wera s ou a rio ile ilusegr to the1 Itler actrison 1orevswowrb a it RI)N dIS'ld--JllSt received at the .ouiisal Wie l KoVnly , t Ilrenville street, I supertor ha - gr e and dounle fire rootliroo chelst, frotr the fetoso of J ll, rn, o New, N ork, tr sale Ito ofell WhVIRCARNES. T- IJ· titt trOVN ' P ioust Ptstfoee, athasees.-grs a S r an Ihod it Itrllsuille street, Patent Pll tl'rt Ilnlncst, supeorior to olly ever ofred in thins city. Init W I CARNES. $10 REWARD. To ItAl) .r tIolr ro I tsil moniag of the ls inan., I lenl whtilo Isll Terrier slut, witlt rlak ears. ThIe otve retard willtte aotid er rvni tre et 1;,2--1 l t: F iNOZEC Ynt ClarlIs it thi o tI, tioket brig OANNICLF FT, 10 toss, Iroviorg slel~lItbv fioirnsedt sroscsltlOdttisnl for 25 .as teoor..t* Isolt lt Illosritlse roir os or hbsortTUesdsy ih h illl., h wll or thrt is., ie sold at asution by Ihtlotll &(Itlli.toI tIe Frenll Eohnge, 81 Lolls S.te I t oir l' oo, k. Foe rstlnhaliou snd inven l oore, Octl, eorl low the Ferry, to i,. t .,.r t. WM PiORITER, 1Wl l5 Comn, n iat rutfttrist uiIt SIGNI.II) 'roo'eeIrhy ttie Wit • • iaohor o Xrrtt o'ts tioe ortltisethnrleoton, deesi; to Ionse Icrorllltr. roe ltir glosrod octioIlt tire delays sad ,li'tlrio tlhllrelrls to wlill lltey oubjrct ttemsrelses by r.khrg hio flu. r-i/ I,. ohrnltt'cttrt'lttltttetiasaidi live. thts othito eae oellrcrrill to ,epeth oooll oerllee to Weldon, sod tbeheo I Il 1Pe:R'rahlarF un~ll I'(lsITI~lllh.t~l l\Vilhlh.lllqallrllllltortcoo, lt th addirrllal sne of our i t rIcll cll tlt C I t o II, t:ltlllleCt will Ito tllttllholro heatl as w l'l~rllllll 11hr itt '?th t oat, toe 1 IclIt lltrleltton to she r ttttlll i.tl, i ts rI r ov. I).iteyor ntllrtisetdI st rVillnring. o ee ltiotini, towove, so losor 1I I otoot s1t111 s tTer .hlml alnrlilG filled will, possonrger t,, (llt Illl str U Iilloriltll If I''roti c wito ware, by lasw )lr frlfl·l tll.I1lli, ellliliell1111 to lh rl* rellp CTW W 1 l. I ~ U _ 'llle lllVuxl~l~t*l~ll.rcd ry te olgsoll, woeN titat ttey to- ttr,kll. t iiii t.rl Iiti Ii •,l' r lcg rso Witls llm( l OCCU- ,ic ttltit "ho' vr, tot it'I 'ort' ic, 0l Itol, os. tllr husr sgroeet u9 (ito tin tcshroo iht. r tt'cttttt vsi) lL olllllltt trrirtg th 'I'll troort'rtr Itt i',tttltllllttttolt oodotstttlelottilllt ohi ,i I. Il ,llllllrW.'l~llt lt l'lII)llIIXtIIlllI nlld cl~ll~l) llll II.4 to 10kil . i|i Iil( 1·111111' (IIIH I P · ( YrtIte, tot,. l llt od Oll, t ~llolrltts ' l 0i ho o fo r!k'LlhllIlg* i \\,1.01 f.I'illeto It 1todei .hl'i llllr 11 VIII , l illhlr , t SI" , 'fIt Wotlaily ish i.tia, .I~ ~~~~~ .'ulhJi lhl,rlt ,I1 ('il~k Ynew rl·, too I Itorry hihlheptia it \,'t lltr. 1 I, ('ri \'ieksbur.: IIIJA RIII Nh IIUS '1'OU LI2,'l IllIIE upper par o th '''remont !louse, ne34 door no~d llecullr 444l si4 ns44 1(44e oily, near thoe ceoltra f Illlsles.and n~w Lalvin6g 311 boardero, though it has it, -oumml,~, biwd 70 tit our ,mn I1II1; for these h aving fu rniturer it is n Irnrfl· I· IYII(·C rIo , e retor i,, about entring intokl ,,4th I ki I,.ofineon. Lon 4or4frer informoaioor rtllair n pllr4nene. Airn A PAxnnrranO. S I'. (II IRLE S 'IIIEATRE. A IIA IN f 411-FINN'S4 BENEF'IT. On Monday, In eh'. 2., whbn will 'n, eprformerd 0'\93 O'SIIANTIR. Tll 0\l IIONtEUDED POUND NOTE. 1y11, n klll, (wtlhorigiool cono) ndro.,) Mr Fin,. TOM & JIl:IRY. Mr J S Itrewn, Ito: IrIII Nd his valuable aid. 44,+ ,o Bo, xII Beolk now ,'4,,, . 6"`.g t I p"\I'i IM1 inl~rlimur or ew orko,Ioatr0 A onlltsleb U W·ILLIAMSl r ( 1-44 1 1.x...1 5 wl I heull~rd re asonable . No IiChaortresa t 1 D AI'(LN. l Ill lhii YwIYaB oed b11ln nml 10 blob; slllides 3 24 Mlagozine at. 1''11.11 04) -11 09 uskb winter od loll strainedl S ~ ~ ~~ ~4 14'oiwrrurdpr, fur saleb y 1,14l IS A I; ItI' 4lI43IE & ('o, 131 M3ogoohme at (1.4)iiiiNo(. -44ll tos l'tnthiog, r. prlinsing an i l J Irnl~iire UYFeorI)IP Inrio4ls 44nli41r4, landing for sod~ by 1o.IAC I3111DiG & Co, 114,49 1:30 Mlagoineo Kt ( ODEISI I-3ll boooo Codllinlo. Er rol, by lJdAACB 111l30tE&Co, elOl) 131 Mogazino at IýTI:V n-()ltllS-·I1'III1) illul~elllling the 1'eeiOnr, by Ci VI' It Jamesr, antherr of I[oarlly, thle Giypsey Travois i440)4 't'hem (;r~at Empires of Austria. Russia444, 4n4) 'Inlk,),, by C It Ellinl, 4lll4horr of I.olleva 4,,,,,i )440 Norll o 4o)44l· r,' io200llo, jnlroeioo and our ole bl o'. WSolI 0bhEAN; I)'e) l9 em ter o.7 Coutp and4Commouno at IOwith4 rose col44 oredes4,j400344o4004ed and for oale by tIll A 'OWAl3,49Camopat I-AS- S4ie,~ )i(iodte snod ooll mouth jos, 003 nod sl40ro whloite bo,1tls of every oiao* vi lslhoCol I-2dn4lrooloon,4o00.,for1 wholesaleord retail, Iby 1t BONNABEL., 414l8 eoaner Notchez &I'rrhopirouloo G . UM RIAs'TIC HIALLS for ,,ole oboleonlo and rototil, at II IBONNABEL'S felBl ltere, 00r Natlcnez & l'obapiroula or CTYi' BANK, New Orlenns, 143 Fo344)lry,3l39. rI'111R Siobboldleo 1f thio Institution nra herrby in J tilied, thot tho, annnl lecrioin fiEn' 'Iwooe iiro oero*, to servefolllr enonuig yearorr itIII be hold or tIhe IBank'ing Hoour, on ,nondan 441. MorrIs ooxt, betweeo tie hIoursofo I0A it and 21' M. fIt, 1 It J 3.FREY, Cnolotro NEW OR LEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. l'RINGn M E'IxC., l,839, wil commeonoeon Wed. J noodun, 13bh nf hiootr, lll9, aod conrrrre 5 days. Firs) D0y. Th,, New Orleans fIlute, a service of siler, value $7410, wo,, mnile Ihoots. In thin race 5 yr rldd and up n ardcorrv 3044 lbs. 4 yr olde and uuder, their appro. Seoond Race-Sam, onloy. A nersptrabes for3 yr ooldl; susoriptio, $4404; hnlf forfeit (2 mile heats) to 40,4044: 44od olosh l ot MaImo in)Ala, 3y39t Second Day. Jockey Club Puro $11400; three mile hooM.t Third Day. Jockeo Club Purse, $2000, 4 mile beoat. FowoIh Day. 1'l iurieolo,r" Puroe $74444; 2 moile bonat. Sogo,.d Rong-SDn, f).oy, n .Soepstakh sor o yr ados; nul~iin03404 $)00, half forfeit, (mile leoate14 .lon I. t ol lonrcl. f'iJIh I~oy. 4'r''14rielo3'oI.r: $34100; mold 4,rlqhr ber ,,, b 4lia IN. OL3VLI\'I Ll',.1rot nC

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