Newspaper of True American, December 28, 1839, Page 2

December 28, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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Iter h,.lel,n, tost' t 11. goeottttncltiu ft goenrnnot etn tutlittt inptteltlli. l baswic. blso dburat ll wllb prdiuttt. Muete, wo l httt htbt to dty tno r tchrdnfy, for nig t ti the clortre ci tho yearul accuttct ca d e lrong, ten jt r. bth'erioo tct tnetoeeoti'.oo't~ovrdl by tltebttllbojtut no thie coof tite iftetint of b·i Lrginal ttre. Sirly dlydranftoon ew Yoth tper cetnt oR. qf govro of Inm ts ou mtl bai Ih 8,,Ie 20a--Ic /,Meal Dage n w. a. I 1harI.127 Dee ......+.19 fW..CiCC1CC Due .+. ... 14 a N- w VI,,hu, m.1 3 IC .1...... I PhIII4ehi. a ~ ..*... .1:11 LouI.villIC do .........II NCltiI.ICR Jo ...) 4, ...141stI . I.Cd, dC. 17 ýýanssasnh, 41 ....+ """.16 l.ivor llool NOT ....+..,.. 16 9.11, ICxs eas. 13) I.2 CCC d..........31 5 r. : Samoa. Ao -. ..13 Iiavres do.... ....... .1 " NhvilI', d ...... ....13 Peril d4........ 51 FORT O' NEW' 0RIt AE-NN. CLEARANCES C December 27, 1839. 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SIRCICI CaiCCIJACArm ori; I NoCCCC. Turpini 0 Wall; 50 Fulo, k&C003115I Wrighti15 C StCood; 234CC.dCCCCd mcCC ehandido CONSIGNEES No 11. C8'CCiCgi5.CChnded In CfrmI IC. PASSENGERS NC eCrCCtCr NeC Albany.. .hI. .oa Gill.pi., WCll.; FCrlCy J T to.ai; JCoe Norwod.II IfC CqII; 8olt; HIICCIII and 24 on deck.· Per·ter CCCC I3CIQCCIC.18C JCIIC CCIIn II,. nlrIl~liCi C. en *CCJC1. I.YVCIIC Young, ECICy.ChristiCC; nd ThCompson; Webboad McligaU$. LPirn n ,rCiPCCrellC....Mr ,Lnm. Koens; 2 G.11. .llo. way,fioldsmit; P~aipe Harthiagto., Loogl· Paine, Wasvar andl Yet taatger Peorri.... otudemnm Hall. Frilll, J Hall, Rnin riiCIa;'1& tn; C orn; M1108.'; CMCIICs KCCIII. IICIrshl, F135111. D.is$.11 HiACCC., Bortoa; hII..y; N..I. S0.1ith GI..CCThi'LCaiCC i,4 A1.til, (iC"tcGICC.C EIOERMANDA ,gSR".nrslas }ba ilia river b falling NOTI'I J +WWrnrE R 6·IAWGEMENT. a NWJILEN II, i~~i~hcARRntI I.ON hA\IL ROAD Htiara Car lit B ,'.,ollt A.1. I. t ft oh'clock .. A I 'cAtvp Loess iell , Q - I I I - P.M I ..P.M. Sr ·sS - None~in at f rlorw Car.. I1 .. !h10f ·; sZnrh im hoi.rsor in th wrea ldays until I o'clock Y.M.; he a I0aOO 1totiv ill Icave Can of !ton every bahiutotll 7 n'cltok, P.M.,anii New OrleanOs evry (tou not It otepck YM. . SAn nlje HwotoCarcan ba oblinell hlturt Ro d.:lock P.aM.. kIb uyr l ollate fr.. the Trip. Afes IToo'alok P.HI. b With Itatr ffk 3 a Ith e nudt .tiot has posuitivi directioni nilia treuno ngi*n laIlka~etff. TIM J CA'GOWAKDVjaAGOURPP. STREET CARIO LqYAa hkod of Jo0P 1ftraet nti1 n}'cl..ock AM., Cil Mhatt Jp'otoloA ba16pe4 7 'clacrk tbay ciamori aWe t ,ý ) uruk e ra9ha1 or.util , i a'eloo P AI , ezeept tat IbM. l o ttaif ji, Ca l tr 5ft tt o'elhok, the c , ii tp atthat 9.0smmn Ill not put atotir rlI 'c hiohdrqfaa it the anti. whua Itditi Ows, M j pissSipco Rtlif"1 gh12a0ýým~tlnp 301O9 HAMPtON. eý o ;n"r CIiittb C nMtia.r N.0.& AC.R.C Cr.r B ANK. } tinN flrltanc, 111.1 Iltt. 1839. VWA$BAN!C wbill be ciattl on Weilnewto the 75th t"#ipip t iwtl ui tlilib January next. Inw. atid Miss nia, t3tlt4y'at will he pavnhlt act thl dray gnralt, Ofaift Oriu4cata alHaUld be tnale ison ie ;e R.i PA! FREY, Caphiar. olittio).- Tk HItwey Dn the Int Na. r unO aepsa0~(fG.aekiti Eng~ nud7rah~ liot. 18 orlO yrart5 jt dr ul l 4 t hea tig L, ch art in d th ic k a rt sail 1dlSimta forehoanld, ujnoa and fira gat i t Iathe ubr Jaw brekvn. ad o Ralg wbH wih Mt. Win. Stone, S :td FEtLNANU. LESION, tNot35 3 )n3pluint a 'S 1NSOUANCPw )Pn;Y. {4ew.Orhifatis flcetmhber 10, 1839. e}#(cl italtutnnn ar bhroliy no. )jijn4Xrt wtlW of S per arlnt, de.. Vier arw ! tletlleº,wil-bepaid to them or J ibvtO, oe oe ter :hLe data. kLL TtI tY, sqorelare. 1 IA q r p I.A COMPAGNIE 0*&aa, IntO 10 h)tewmbrn, 1837. de itWia lltntlon Offal mtresttiti a eurecaet a bob dhtloc(' .3' sl jatete. lina on -loer felld trahteR t Ce lrlretaat V 1. PTiy)WrEastita Zb romtn e so a. pto P URLISHtED ba lily,` Tnr-Weekly & Weekly. Ia pa ANWh OK LEANSv: "SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1839. FOR PRERIDENT, si WILLIAM H. HARRISON, OF OHIO.r to FOR VICE PRESIDENT, SJOHN TYLER, OF VIRGINIA. bi Anothet Libel Sail.-o-l. Theldonr Gaillard Hunt. t the District Attutrny, laid an infurmatitn before the Grand Jury oh Wednesday against it, fit a libel, alledged to be contained in our paper .f Monday the til 23rd instant, against Henry Inckett. This pretended it libel is nothing more than aqttuizzical report of a francas l that occurred a day or two previouas, betwa nt Mr. Look att and another gentlemtan of the Bar. We may subject onrselves to another libel, but the fear of that shall not restrain as fronOl aconsin Attorney y Hunt of per inlity in the d:ahar:e of lhi ollicial duties, c and ofl making his oimee ubsaervlent to the gratifyilng of hitsdiry spite and black malignity of heart. Somne two years or more sgot, we ha a personal dif- t ently with Theodore Gaillard hunt, in a short colloqIl t with him, we used 0san rather Iarosh epithets, cttupled witththreats. Insead ofaatingas an eetletnan,to onb. o talin satisfaction, he Itas ever sit en nursed in malig. f nant hate agahlst u, annow n ies his oi ali.1 statil and power to satisfy his vetneance. It He has now twice singled usonI t from all thereditras t of this city, to persecute us with libel su Is. On tl t - sent ccasioln, we knowupon gtod anth rilty that nalof fidavit has been make againt ; tat the only party who n could poesibly feel aggrieved at our lemlark/,was al erse to intitauting the suit, and an we are informed, not only disapproves of the step nlk nIt by 3Ir. Ilut, but hal s expressed hin displeasure as it. We now appeal to the public of New Orleans manl of thestate,to know, why we, far a mIere quizzical and I harmless report, are ton be dragged befoe the Criminal Coul tfur libel, whlilst it n well knoawn. that pullic ie and to the Diatrict Atalltry, that nearly every paper in p this city has been guilty of reul li.s, againrst many of our mret respectable citizens? Shall we enumerate some Iaf thlem? We will, ak ing pardra of thuae papers, a we name; for our oljelc, in naming them i not insid tl inue,but simply to prove ihli tr t of or challrge of pnr tiality and persecutinn, agaihst Mr. llHunt. To bogiS: It is but a few weeks sine Mr Hunt mais hlave read I in the cohlmns of tthe Louaianian, several repealed attacks tmade upon William I. Robertson, andil likewise v Sagainst Mr. Petersand oterI llow long is it sinuca le read in the Picayune, a libel against Judge Morgan? Did he nrver read a lbel in the Louisiana Advert ier- I The editor ofthe Native American could point out some to him, whilst the Advetsiner might ie employed in re ciprocatinr tha favor. '1'he Sun has shed its lighlt tpllIt the ciizsns of New Orleans but a short time, yet it has already uttered several libels. We believe that even a libel might occasionally be found in the goodl natnred 'limes, the qlict Bulletin, lhe courteous Bee, or tlhe generally cautious Collier. As to trhe t Anti-Humbug it is filled with them ; look at thle at tacks on Messrs Schmid & Hamilton; Caldwell, Oak. ey & Prit.hard; Mr Christy, the Native Amletica; Mr Davis, &e., &-.. These are all libels agreeahly to Mr. Hunt; for, what matters it that all thllose papers have r spoke nothing but the tirut. " The greater the Truth the greaterthe Libel'-By the way, tile Anti humbug libelled rie District Attorney a few days ago; for lhea consed him of neglecting his duty, in not prosecuting tie lottry folks; and yesterday, i our memory serves s, ll, 1the aIte papersrid son'mthing ner b lrnmalllylr, 5n1e of them being prosecuted but those twho are able topay theirflnes-the District Attorney, does he nut consider this a gross libel t iVe repeat the question-will the people of this lihe. raleolmmuity submit quietly to see one of their fellow cintzens cntinually perecanted for l0o tther reason Io this world, than because he leha too meteh spirit to knackle to men in power, antl haa the courage t spllcak the truth,what thlugil, n little roughly at ti es ? We were unjustly and illegally d prived t f at ilible, which was the support of our fullily, for no faul bult becnuse, not that we illsIlIted 1n1 h lnorable Comlittee of thll Conucil, but because wte had ty.o mIuch independence to Ie the tool of a ce0tain eliqtte.- Why did nut the Di-triet Attorney, indict Hlnmy Lck, ttI all D)vid Jo01 Hogaers, for the libellous repo t thiy made aga.iluslt u to tlle Council on thIat aocaion ? Nu! We may be liballed, waylailld and sassillated, aid nt, notice in taken ul it,hbut if we should resent i.sul, opl aprteilon or pelsecutlon, we Itmullt heIdragged lIp baIelre the C.ilminal Court! Wly are not all those wl,) o e frequently lbel ua, with gross lies, as well as abuse in Sdieted ? The District Attlorlney has no spite against J them; he has against them, no malevolent fnelings to gratify. An evident attrept has for so. e timn been making toI put down our paper, ail anlltlng thIe ire workers, we I have discovered, amie of the leading men Iof 01 own poaty; tmen who cull themsnelveas 'Whigs. but who are s ecrilusly injulilg the cause, and isgusting some I ftllhe tn .lot silncere and influential of the party; but we tell/ ir thln empha.lically biare ! in Whig itleettiag. I The WVhign ara moving itt the itterior of the state.- On the 27th, ye t'rd ty, a meeting was to he hIil at P Clinton, to ppoint delegate to attend a convenntion at Baton Rog t', on thit rltd tonday of Jamu lry. A' the Court House, in th P'.tih of Vest Btoot Rthuge, a si jilar moetinois to be held on this day, the 28th. The convention of B 'ton Rtohge is to name delegiates to the rlate Co ivention for nomination of electors for Preeai dent an I Vi.:e Presidlnt. It it suggested that tlhe State Conventi nb helld on the first M\lidty of Mtarh,1.I.40. Get the pri le of .Louiiana once roulled, and th. way site will move a;ain-t corruptilon and tyranny at Wash ington, will be cofuorditng to the p trty in p ,wer. So fIr as heard from in tih nrteo., thie fej i'g is;-Unito of tithe Wllige fnr thi sake oftht coulnitry. W\ith such acn t;mento.hld tI'ippean te will Iadn o to the route of the spuilts mntl it 1811,with Louitii tt in th- van. Caiada-Darham Policy. Poulett T'hot:tp.ol, the tlto gotv.rnor lha addressed a second lmessage to tile U. Canada arliament, in which he sets forth the principles of legilshtive inion f tIhe two provinces. 31r ttenlett's paper of Ihe 14th has the message in till, t'tvitg prioeured a manuscript copy of it in ,dvance, so that htis jotlrnl will bt the only one carrying not tlhis im,,ortant doenment ettt gl t nnd. Whle on this ploint, we ennllt refrain from bearing te. timony to thoe zeal with wlich 31r Iennett caters for the infirmation of hia readers. lie in generally hief re his contemporaries on all tiattern of imprtnooee. Ilij in dustry is tivere-tiring. But to Governtir 'liltmpson's message. After dealing largely in abstractlions and Spanishl circumlocution, he conles to the point in dis. put., thus : ST'he first of the Io-ims ofre-uttnion t which the Go vernor General desires the tasot o l'tbh Iiolse of As sembly in tile equal representation of each ,ro ioce ill tihe United iLegilanttre. Cnn'idering the amnlOlllt of I tle plollulatitu ilf Itower Conltlla, thli propsllion tlight to senti to .ace thlit province ill a Il-t fIvorable ilositlon t tham Ulpper Cnada. But uinder the rirenllmances, in tr which the prevlnce was placed, with the incrensinn u popul tionn to be exprletedll frn ellligration, anitl having a regard to the commner:ial anl ngricultranl eoteeprise of its inlhabitante, tu eqIal apportulntmeut of reprl'eellna titne seclnd stipulallon to he niade, is the grtlnt f a Il liciset civil list. The prolprlitv of rendlring tih jndicinl lleneh independent slikn of tho executive and iof the eirislature,atd offurnishing the ntmetns of carryint on the indesle shible aer tices of the governlent, ndýllit itn oftno qnentionttdnd htls been ntlirntPd by ihel porlittlent Id nlt Upller Canndall,in the act) Iptsed by tletni ltrrelfet ay ingl thalln objects. In determlining tie lamount of ilhe riti Ii t, th.eloua of Ansnnal:ly miny e as-tired that the enlaiees and reolotiao to lie paid from it will tie cal erulated trotl her Mlajesty's goverllment. with a striet regard to economy, and the stale of the provincial finances. "T h'lhirdly, The Governorne General is prepared to re et commend to pnrliualell, that so much of tle eising at tdeblt of ippenr Cltondlt as otn been eontrtcted titi pth lie works oa generalu natlure, should after th union, be t: ltchargetd n the joint revenue o f the tnitled province. nt Adytrtingt to the nitture of the works, for which this ne, debt wee ioutrateld, ald the alhlantag.e which tnUt restl ltfiom [tln to Iott er Canadl, it is 'ot unjllst that Sthat protvince should bear a proportion of their ex - ptngee." Here are three crest prineiplea involved. The re etoad one, the independence of the judiciary, is to self O* evident, that no opposition will be made to it, but it or cant be secured unles the first one he earried out. The upper province hsO 400,000 soul annd the lower 610,000. Equal representation and democratie rights would demand that the United Legislature he made up IE of members in tie ra.esr of population, but as tile Eng Ii h system of government is dul'erent from that of oura, a the propositi'n of Gov. Thompaem to place the two pro nr6 viaees on an equal fonting would seem to be ewasuaable a enouglh to seure as fer as possible at the bleneinge of correct government. The enteet is really between the FreaeC ansdl English race, an for the latter, having the thPllete prdvr, to yield Aij oitqi al ner m iaItad be so ptetingy tio much of Ituman .qtaire. The pr'ir red tio niion iill:t break piu ia it tetled'the "fatuity u tit La pact" ir t hllit.lene of the turi;. this willt'be de-. we airable. As to the pila of uniting the debts-of the pro' ii ritnes, it a result of the proposed gieoative Union. ail Nr drubl the union schleme will be oppoed vigorously, ge but Gov. Thompoan, if dafeatedt, wl I dissolve tre Par. no liamnt and appeal directly to the people. If the uttion de project then Iaili, the Candadasare destined to be the theatre of a seen years wir. S. I tir eardy CIlay. er The following is a kelch of the speech delivered by tro Mr. Clay, at the dinner gien to the Harrisbhorg delega- $ tion in Washington. It is so characteristic cfthetgreat D man, that we cannot refrain Irom giving it to our read. Ib ern. Mlr Boardman, of Connecticut, gore the fullowini w toant: b Henny ClarT-In America, his elhareter will te re- m garded in proud and grate :al recollection. Mr. C ny ros, and every pes'son in the room rose with him, and Cuve Ioit nr a e.erousn weicmr an ever sa caln nerorericjr.l e etorteurirg from tile fihl of vic.trr. Ir lr.( C. sid tlrtl although hIm had .ceptrci tlle ivioutiero to pnrlitipate inl tile festrities of the drln, ti expected to rslnnialmsal a silent slectator. But le rtuld not ret main silent-t am, nlad he, here to render hlonor to those lwho, alfer iperfCrrln.t a Io tl arduolrs servipe in a Na. tional Convretio.nr, re alotll to lelrtrn to their eonstit iurn.. Y1rI,I rentlelnrt, said lie, have Imade treat and patriotic service-rot have tr.velled at nll ineelr cset :r:ion Ir thd veat riod omel)lro ye0llllre th rtl a dlorr snrll eitril, i lerroCrllrn wralit may orrtildered as Ilglh d sad ilrportnnti duty. [ am prorod to honlr tiose who Iave ths h)otnre tl 'oe ountry--those whor, at grueat racice.% have left ther Ir otmos for the puloic good. Yrur boody wait r:,lurpoooed f e o f grerrrtrighl of elrateorr rand talelt, fltll ylol areT. lere alfer .cVltg Itrra riled tihoe legth iarrd Ireradth of Ithe laud o tins oublic s rrvice. T'hooeren conot be a single doubt as to t it . he. qlinraence of hll Great Whig party of tile Union at the resul oif your deliberations. It was your tlrtlne or omiluftotno to ,reel witlh arious opinions; but meerting niol dealerrting as wanrdeotgned, von have made u a untl illlllm iminotli. Sotrety, said tir Clay, it becomeRs no) imetllller to objec't to what wias llone. If the frieolds or f.vnritrs are dlisappoiot d, they are boned o Ibforger their dieanpointlerllt-thy are tluritltd bly every co)nsieralio n of patriotiam--hy th-ir hlloes of chaneinug and destroy ine this corrupt Admlt islrliruloI-lry their desire to ea rlaklish a Iprer ainoll Il er ;overlnrleart, to ucqluie:ce irn ilr Iltrornn otit in wlr rI hlls eers made.r tf IT,"--lontinlr er I:llv, wtlh grteantearnestns of manirr.r,-"if Irs e frirnds--riendsa cnlarrered with rrma by the ties oile.ood, y nl.ry g .rel orf oro.,moo friend s.ip,--if I rnveaetny note wlto iav a me-I at-ore them thlt Ihey cannot do me a [retter a orvicre lrtn to ferlow Ily eroxamlple, d rlvote Irearti orl I hallil, foor ti l llllllin I alton rllilh toao baer n mdol.' (lonlm ae ,tirrlolrer(.) "Tlalk Iat of cocrifre." said Mt. C *e. Whrt is a apubie rioan worh t tht i coluntry, -in what doles lne how his patrialirm if he is not alrys ready to sacrifice himi elf to- hin euntry. There lro been no seaitfit.e. Sre Icove tl0 ber corotrndiog for Ilonrmayclay. for \uil liam Ilenry Ilarrison, fir Ital:iel Welsterr. or fitr Win. fi,+Ld Scott,-Nol!--we have bhen conteorling f r prhi.ci, tpies. Not orerahut p ilcipolee, arP oar run es of nrti.rn. SLook ntrthen tor I llah'ri.brglh bu.t tile rhitao IrIort:, l to tire n0n .i ation, but to the nonatrin ofootrruption whcllh it is dcignrell to ilvertllrrow,-rol tt tlhe trrri whor hall boen o mllllinrat'd, bit tlthie rtlrth: arld Vrnodnle nt the Caplitol. Wit i:lm Ilonrvy Harti-o and Joll 'Tyler, are rodiciner a hii h will roer us otf the a: o iierc, if ona.ri fioe thIre hIe, ilut there is rIIO ree. (do | oitns I, i gerrle mlun of tit Cornvrelltltn lelnmem!ber a but )ou have seen 'I'll your o nutitlentsn of tel normilrttion--of a ileed ingCornsti utioa--fthe Executiv, p ewer against whidch we ale waeilg a war of epxterm ltti.n-u-of Executive machinery anti Executive favor-o-f one President no e rnrtinogl Ie ucLessaor,u and toot suCeasc r e ia -c eeoeser. S'rll them to put ftlth nll tihernergies tlhey possess to Srli.re the lrnd from the cerse which rests upot it; anod if they can then be ildinfereat, fron Ithat momenlt, they ceaseo to to patriorts. GEr. Wet. HeNRT HARlteolr.--This distingulshed patriot, ttestrlnul nlod hero has been nominaled to be President ofthe U. State. A more pure and incor. rnptibls citizen and patriot in not to be found in any Scrountry. He is a Republicanof ilrh \'Wahington school, a patriot and di.tinguishrd gonerrl of the late war, and a statestoan of high rank and great intelligence. It therse degenerate dys a better selection could not r e made ofta candiarte ftr hle oflicr iof chief magistrate ofthllr United :totes. Gen. Ilnrrison has Ileld mony high and inllorlant trrts and offices, silce Ie was twen. tr yoe enaruoftge, snd in allg frlherln arqiltedhimtaelf with distiguisher'd honor to hinmself and s toflness to his country. When a youth he received a comnmision in the army froee President Washinlgtonr, tiu, in 179 , marched at hlre heed of his conunund,'and nesaited in the recorvery of the Ibttle groulnl of liean St. Clair, and bu rild the hloles of tlhe slain. In 1791. re wee siri-de r camp to Gen. Anthony Wayne itl the Ibattle of th,. Itapids, which termeinnted the Inldian war in the North West. Gen. Wayne, in hois official letter to the Seers ItVr of War darbed the 28th Auegust. 1794. thllu speaks oi uohiml:-"'l'n Ilhe-,e must I addl tlha names of my cnllant eail.do"eecrop, Captainr De Butts and T'. .ewis and Liewltrenonnt 11AltRSONO! whoailh thie Alrtjornt tren eral, Mai. Mills, rendered loe most esaential celrvice bh coromunicating toy orders in every direction,and oy thri Sconduct and bravery excitin lthe troops to peiAn for 0ietaroory." The war was terminated and the treaty of Fort t;Green, ville the next year restored Ieace with fth Indiann. Hanrrisnn wat promoted to a Captaincy, and left in the command of Fort Wanhin.ton. lie was sh *rtly naer. d wards it l 797, mnde Secretary to Ihe North Wevtern o TrrritoeJR and ex-oicil Lieut. (Gnv r:or. tit wac, the fIllowinlt year, hosenn a delegate in Conress, beine the first one a.st of the Oh:o. lie was nll aetive membier. n lan moved in Congrets to raise a committee, to take t into eonsiderntion the subject of the Puhli I.ands. Until then t ite puhlic do nain was sald ont in lar.e trnets of foar thousand acres, when none but the wealthhy oulid hua. BR his exertiog a law w as pacsed, a e laylng them offIinto eetions of 640 and '201 nere. 'hi A gave an opening to thie poor but enterprisinc citizen to procure him a permanent homne an a cultivator of the N VWhen Ohio beeanme an independent elate in 1801, HARRISON was appointetd by Preshilent Jeleraon, Guov ernor -f Inliana 'erritory, then comprising the now 1 staten of lndinan, Illineis, an1 Mir.hiean. In his a- I driesRn to the ILegislative nasetmldy ill 1815, he contetl- a plated with a prophetir: eye the rising rreatneseIf I.ou- a. isiann and tite valley ofthe Mtisiasippi, and used the ti followinll re:arkahol langngr, tt n the occasi.n: " Upon a cereful review of our situation it will be fo:nnd that we have much ernuts of fIlicitatiau, w'hether it respects our presncntenjoyment or our future policy. An enlightened and generous polic han for ever re moved all cause ofcontenltin with our western neigh hors. Tie mitlhy river wtiith separates uo frnom the Loaisirrainsa, will never he stained with the blohd of contlending nations. but willi trove the bond of our Union, and will convey upn its hnsom, in tie course of ninny thousand milrn, the produce of our great and united enpie. The astonilhed traveller will he.I hold upon either bnnk, a ponp.e governed by the same laws, pursuing the same objects and warmed with theIa same inve of liberty and science. Antd, ifin the imt. miena distanne, a .mnll point should present itel1f, where olhere laws and other manners prevail, the coni tract it will aff'rd, will serve the uarefil urpose of de monstroting the grieat superiority iftc Republican go. yverrn ent, and how fir the unconltrelledl and unbilased itnistry of freemenl excrel the cutiottn and neasure exertions of the subjeclt of despotic power ! ti The acquisition of Louitinnip will form an imper. tent epach in the history of our country. It has se. cured the Itappineas of millions, who will less the mo. ment of their emanaeipition, and the genenous policy which has scrured to them the rights of freerren. To us it has produced inmmediate and impyrtant advan d tages," Mr. Leefe, the agent and correspondent of Ihe New York Spi:it of the Timea, andl the 'rut f Reicistr, is in the city, a d will, we i e sure, b happy to transmit ainy Sbhiness relative ao thes, excellent pri;lli ala with the friends and supporters of the turf and agriculturie ap rts. We arc infer out that suhesriptiona to therse a journala will be received at ttcKean's b mk store. Now is the tine for gentlemtn from tie c auntry to come for. i ward and arr.nge 'or the supply of thee papers. Spirit ofl imes $10 per annum. Turf Register $5 dl Knowiang, as we do, that "York's tall non,' \Viliam ,f T. Porter haIs a.arel n ptains to m ' ke his public itions equal to any of the kin.I in tle old world, an I that his t industry; tact and talent peenli rly fit him fa his arde I eusduties, we can earnestly urge upon all who do not te take the Spirit f the l'i:nee or Pturt Reister. not to at neglect taking one of them, if not bhath. The plates and ,t drawings inaayear accompany)itg the Register are well at worth tlhe oney. SMr. F. Pecot, one cf the editors of the Franklin Re publican, has been appoiteal Clerk of the District and be Parish Coirts for St. Mary. Success to hiut on his new arena. What has hbecome of the St. Louis mtail ? We have a our last datae to the31 instat,from thatcity. Can Mr. Kendall iaform th t public i elf We have seen a letter from Austin, dated the 04th it instant,stating that Col. Ben has been atpointed Minis tear of Texas, to the U. Sttaes. Hti had aecerted, and er his nomination looked upon as certan. The Co!ontl is its well fittea for this ofice, and hbing known extenaively up in Ibis country,he will be able to do honor to his govern. Ig ment. . he Grundy farce at Nashville, is said ti hfavegona le of with great eclat. How ahburd fr euech a man an of Mr. Grundy to talk filnfornalities in his election, a hen he he hia been guilty of more violations of law and the h constitution thann Alexander could peseibl hba. lat'erbel nad IEngiliceia.T +Wleo n"+i +vinglit the+ L;e vta taking in cirgo for ,Pitttlburg, fur whinch port she will leave on Sunday. As a comfortable and fast run.. Rning hoat, she alln he safey recommendeo d to ipassens . gets on their way to the Ilterior. Her cabin is after the o nosot approved style and every arrangement lookstu - domfort end elegance. The bhll of tihe Amazon wan built by U. Mo rrty, at Shade river, 12. sties below Wheeligl, where the fines ke timber ahounds. Site wen finibhed at Wheeling. The jot engine is from the shop of A. 03. Phiilips, of the latter town. The canint work is by Wickhamt. Whole 0cost t $.6.740. Tonnage 231 Cntainom house measuraent. Dep h of hold 6.f-length of keel 1 0-on de k 174- d breadth of tbemn 26-extreme breadth 48.6--dtnmeter of r* wheel 2"2-nultnmdr of lboilers 4, which are 22 foet long, by 40 inches in diameter. Letoth ofntrr-ke 7 feet. There are 38 state roanos and the length of thle loin calin 78 fl. . T'he Amns .n is a Pi t-burg and St Lolll boat. HerIo officer., COplain Lonterheck and clerk G. T. Morton honl an eolnttli hald and detservrd reputttlion on the river as gentlemen every w.y fitted for their duties. A new euerenev is in circulation in the interior of this state alled ithe'chicken currency. Such fo il means to put down the yellow hays otf Mr. Bent, n is very tren eon. A poor pellur, in eiliing his goods, o,ffro In tshe eitherr specie ot elio.kens in pay. 1! r. Woodhury would do well r call the atte*tion of Confrese to this new fea;tire in menuree of valne. If .thicken Ihe made the retrunatinlg moediumll, the m iterial wealth of the country will be sensibly inoreased. Thie Raymond Times is in exotcies at the establinsh ment of a tin shop i thant town. Hli says, it will a Id 5 J per cent to the industry and noie bf tile place. Robert Raymond Reid, the successor of the supoltse' ce ded McCall in the goernment of Floridla, has a finle theatre beltorei hIi to immnrtalize himself uplon. Can't to lte manale to put an eno to the Selminiole war. Tile gallon loaw in .lisitsipi., says tile Raymnd la Titnmes, is highly popular. One conviction I.toaly in that toa n tonder it. hnes been swallowed by the people with serenity. We are truly glad to hear ilIht onor neighulons are no raplidly improvino under Ithe rein of oonmptuary laws. Would it not he well enourh Ior the Legislatnure I of tle state to t turn their attention next to tile shin.plas vteor nyotemo tiht it diogrocing .lissiasippi ? The Corvlgton Advocate nks, why the honte in the A employ n ftt e IBoard of lnternal IImpolveleont, are not taken frot tlhe rivers, when the latter are banks full, . and placed upon thie oadS of the state, an they want repair mott urgently? Will anly one who knows an,. 1 snwer this qutt:on ? SWe are indelhel Ito Cnaptain Poease of the Sultlane, for his kindness in handing us Natchez nud Vi,:kobnrg pa- I lrrs of the 2'It instant. Th.e Canpi iafiturm oun tItt he htard Mr. tinean wm. gettin bleter , bul that a friend of lr Illlnganl' who eo ca down in the Stutana states he was not iomproving nny. A net of raonals in Natchez ha' been knocking down Sandt rohling citizen.s and bIrenlking into stores. Dr. Newell is nppointed p.ost masner at Grand Gulph, vice W. . W.nt th rterovred for delinq:tent:y. Another chapter this in thehislorynof sub-trensurvi.nm! e A Hint.-It i the frrthest fron our wih ton offend r. any person, but we take thie librryrof hinting thalt an Sedilor's sancinm is a stcred place, where no le Rhoruld enter, except upon enspecial and private bolsiness, with.. i out an invitation; for tile presence of a third person often delays and sonmetimes lvente business of great t imnpnrtanee. Gy eneral Gninns has been oflered the freedom of Nash. . ville, upon his amonoclllci that hr ilteded to lake top If his residelce there when not on lduty in other parts of to the distriet. It is said ihat lie ould nRcept it. The in Na-bvillinns are slfnith, to alltwr in thits ma nner tihe , gatoll I Gaernl, fron otlher eiti a nlll more pnrti u. in I try from New Orleans, where we have always bretn d glad to have himn. 1A A newp tper has een strrtedl in Ruh ThTrth County, "r I 'nnessee, called the WVhiskey Bt0nrell whlits. oljett is to put down lnil laws inte'frinl with the inalienable ks and onstitotitonln right tr ,et dlen k ar libiiumn. It be. ta w in with nosub cripti ,n list of 311001. ECI.IP.E t( URSE.-T-he tore:t onrnmile rare for the a s lendid purse of $20,1:1, will be run for onl this course ti to-mtrow. or It is expected that th leeebrotd blorse Wagoner, will he enotered, with Mlia Bnle k, if .o, this sport will he rt, troas MuI in, Ilan her friendis ltond balkers, notwitll staniog the great reputation of Waogner. Io The I.ennd,'r, 42 days from Rlio de Janeiro, bring. r tl,,tes to tile (h of November. .GrPet exxcltm .ol at , c'ourt ulonl hetin oi tile f t ecllp o tIon by t!l.: Ft o chotf e a village in the tndla I triental. thie IUoperialiits had he leflllted th- ro bl.Is in every dioeltion, and (onius was r. once Imoe in the hands of the goverllment. Ion the cot. ke 0tln di-tricts mnettoere wetre quiet. oe I CLIPE OF CtlilOSE. e FtIDAY, De. 97, 1839--Jockey Club Pure, $1000- ed, Ont. $100. Three mnile heats. li. A. i.. I.ingamtnn's ch. m. Sarah loden, by to imp. I.eviaohant , dotm by Pacolet,5 year 1 1 the N. H. Long,ger. f.Colton lnalt, by iertrand, dam by Paeolet, 4 yrs. 2 dint. Ina, ,0. TaY ousn IUcK.-,On New Year's Eve, Caldwell, on 'ankey & Pritchard, will draw the firnt class of their ad- splendid Real Estate Laottry. Tickets e· selling ft-t, an. nlld we advise all wiln wish to make na fortune or a e.tod ot- speculation to buy a ticket and try their hluk. The tie time is shoert, buy soon, or you may not get the Camp Street Theatre. C.L.DIDI TS. i. U.7 We are authorised I) aLnnounce tihat, at thie solici I tllito of a large number of the citizens of the three Municipalities, i1r.WILLIA. FREROIT tnls cnnoented to the presentlation of his name to Iit fellow citizens at the next ensiningIi elction, s a candidate for the otlice

of Mayor of trhe City of New Orlerno. 10 Nous sommes antorisds ab nononcer qu'o la doulande d'un grand nombre des citoyens des trois Municipalitds, Mr. WVILLIM FrneRET r Conse0ti so pr6senter colmm candidat d Ia place do Moire h i Ia potlehaine dioction. Mr L.U. GAtINoE,nat the slicitiatioi ofitany of his friends, ias consltented to becomle a candidate fur tile office of Mayor of this city. r R A C U S ECLIPS. COIURSE. NEW ORLEANS J(iCKY CLUB RACES. FALL MEETING-THIRD DAY. (Race to come of at oneo'clock.) Judges--D C. Kerr. John Slid ll, H. C. Cammnc', Cuthbert Blllit, Esqrs. SATUKl)AY, Deeember R8, 1839. Prolprietor' Purse, $700--Two mile heats. ENTRI ES. 1 S. Ellliot enters II. Snith's ch m Elise, 5 years old by Itou Qinixote--lress gleen and red. 2 Jne. teoelev renRters Jl . Perry's It c 3 yotrs old. by Medon, dam by I'arugon-Dress green atd 3 Dotcan F. Kentter enters gr f Grey Meeit,4 years old. y Madic, lda. Giey Fanlv byr IlBertrand Dress red and red. d28 Y N OLIVER, Priprietor SULI.Y'S ORIGINAL PA INTING OF VICTO! IA, Qrleel of l, tgttIllt. r.tll5 s uperb work of art, with torer painti.gs by Semn nolt arlitet, is now lt pll ir exhitionll at 109 CUIAIIrl'Ei: STRIEE, From 10 to 4, and 6 to, 9 i I lte ovening. Admitlanci e t 0 centse-Tih kets to he had at the hook store of Ilsiewell & ('o, 49 (toatp at : W McKeni tnlllmp andil Common stl, e. Noromlln t teee & Co. 14, Cmnp at. B Leve, ('har rte Or Ilienviller ... I h John de o. aippetite St Charlas Ihotel, analt she door of exhibihion. d28 FORK NEW YORtK. I.ouisiano and Nero York Line. Regutiat Packel fr lominlv,Dec. 30. fIThe eleganl ftst sailieg plInckret aship SHAK SSPK: R.. Cornell, mater Ilaving nearly the Swhole fheren*go .enealed IalI on board, will ptlsloleltsi asi iabove, herregulardlay. For halone o.f fr ihlll or pasallge, havilng slentidl aecommodalltions, apply oil board, olln tier below the vegetable markeo, or to d-8 FOSIIICK & RItSINEI, 70 Campl at IC-'The packet ship Huntstville, Captlnin FRdridge, i now reandy to receive cargo, opposite s es vegetable market--if suleieuut ~nducele.t tfiBfr, would go up or down thle soas for tsugar. EGN %ULD'S Perthral Paste-1000l boxies dJiet oinmlermrnit,,n landing from ship 'Iroucai and for wholeaareot retail by H BOtNNA.EI., d9 43 l'ehapitoulas at Na Tynick unid tNe*Crkraito L in"' T At Parkeptfle 0 6i January. o has part of her care. il u o.ard and the greater dl apnrt att th balance engaged. Far .r.ight trf2 or 31HI haieas nolot or pasage apply on boaird, at SI Jscph nl*art waf oI r to ndl di28 P IAIDLAW, 51 Camp slt TO LET. di Th hbone noccupied by the M eriber, frnn tine on Tivoli (hrete, containinin t.t parlor, , A I j four bed roomus,a kitchetn uand nerv.ntsl ront llhi c. w Ih or without hea carriage house anti stable ad- dl joinig ill premnil... AL'l, a luidnl h.u.s on St. Joseph st Arelt. lApply I on di 8 2St COi '1 Il.l.i-Fraicka & Vallel'i Pills landing fromr ship for Tou lui. in and fr wileulee n r ritl ital d de28 it IiON NAIEI., 43 'chalnitnulnu st SRUSi nES ANDAEN S Lani.ling from shipS S''ou-sin and fir wholesale nr retail itv 1 1 BOViNABEI,, 43 'I'hnoitnulal n li C A'iT TIRS-A fewe ailverEnti Ieijuintr ceived dl - and for snale by II OON,\AIEO., d28 oear Natchez & Teapitoul.noa ot N 4iSKIEY-200 brla rectified at the Inlding, and d S fur sale by d28 G DO RSF.Y, 44 New l.evee 1. .J14-510 bills at th Illsn diilr, ,ir a y pt • d28 i; DOI)RSEY,44 Niw l.eveen LARD-d46 kegs euperior now lenfl ard, landi. g from eteatoioat Praoiri-, frr bale h" d28 t I)O)IISEY. 14 New Levee I) EI:'FIED WVtIJSKEY-105barrels,jnst land- d i ing and fr sale by d41 N F COM LY, 07 Catmp at SItERRY i\ NE-A superior article Lubo brand. ) in store and for anlte by d d28 N F COMLY,97 Caitp t - [I'ATrERS' TI.IMMING S-JtoIat retleiivd, n fril 2 IH aopply oflaucknl , IMnds and ihin+inaa, for snleaat G(iOSIP . C+, Ui, 128 Exahangee hotel. St Charleo at fir NEW ORLEANS ANIO : RROLLTON RAIL - ROAD. NOTICE--Datrin tlhe tOne, tile Corn will lenor. Ir PovIlrHo Oltirt, .or Cnrtollton every half httr, comnteacinn at 10 o'clonk. . Al. until 6 +i cli.ak, P. 11. li.etturntitng, will nleave I'trrollinn ev.ry half hltir, ooto tmaincing nt oili o'clk, A. 1I. until 5uo'clock P. M. and iteit no otinkI. r th 0. I A. alif prst 12l o'clock. P. 1M. an extra train l.fcars will leave Povdra niIreot, exclotilvely for ladies and genrlh:ien nt comp pn in Ethemn. ( J()11V FIAAI'BSON. ChiefEn-ineer. New Orlene,. Dec. 23, 839. ,124 t9 NEW ORLEANS CANAL ANID IOANhEKINl (to. 's H-IE Iron Steamboat Rehecca will leave the Basin Sat the hete nf the New CaatI, every day, (except lMonday) fr ithe Lnke, no follows: rot Delpart at 5 A. 1H. .Ielurn at l A. 1. In A . . 1 . P.M P. 1. I 4 P. M. 5o I.1, 9 P. A. Le And on MONDAYS:- Deuartat 10 A. . Ileturln at 120 P.M. a ,, " I . 11. " 4 P.M. 5[ P. 1M. " 9 1'.3f. may 28 B. CHEW. anlsh. TO APPLICANTS FOR PATENT RIIGII'IS. P iRSItNS wishoin to plirocure lpaments or New In.. . venrioas and il rovelnteooi crn lvo their ilp plientionas rawn up. andl forwardedll in lite frl of law, yy an experienced person, at No. 109 Commoni Street, at d24 of .$gln REWVARi). 50 dollnrs will he paid to whoaver will lode, in ally of the city pri-ons, eith'r tl tllle flluwi.. sllvlels, h lot+.[illg tII the Nen (Irlpaloa uid Niashvilte Ilnil Road ELI JCK. hlak, sohll 28 vents ald., 5 feet 10 inchen in hneishlt. hasI il ian irddilmtnt on his i.pet h, short hair lltlnd down r-t look wenll spoklln to. i II I .EY, iB. oheont 25 yiear old, 5 feet 6 inhesl in height, ratler a surly loilk nol iitolliealt etnllllten ance. J II CALI)W.LI., Preidellrt N. It. Any person or persUon sfal-id hnrbiring or id tplovig 8it4o temra, will be putished with the i-etttI arverity of ltlP IlIw. 2w S l4 lo 00I ICi.--i'h liii of I' it. II 0Y't.&t.It) 1 itt..,, N 1 hi datoy dinolvedl. T. It. IlYl)E, rematnis chargled with tlle liquidation tlere" f ant fa r hich r. ell in pose .he nalm of tle ersuon will inly be leld lt treafter. at 'T I. H151)E, For hit.elf at l to heirs of d3 J II P HYI)IDE. T; 1'ha packet nslii l'roi is disch ingIth appoite St Jo. seh iilrt et wharf. CO niuellee. tLe ,eq.sted in aIt tp tlll thoit .c rteiC iC t Illol it emlol t lie lhP vP. 123 Iof I CiNSIGbIS IoIf t glotdt pepr chiI lTroy, mnrkldi lie I) 1\V) n· (il), are re ,custell ton ,ike iitn1.hel.lii I t k.lwn Io the clrk on l eh L.ee, oppositen . .. Jl1 ill Sstrrl, if they wish to avoid the ex penses of stolang. ri - ' N "hii ..--J lhuta lIOt t . .oti , i",-, '. rotai deciitmatp, l. M. Filiipin, . Ilivei, i 0 t It. o er, WV. C'. ll lit t, tlln-iglltro oit 88 it icen It ,.lalbli, all ler oh p Hitltsllel flit. e fliro, atle reqllt-todl tin make IY* knllo ll ih ir rneidlenlclc to the di-clalrte illr g clerk, t ho lite it I.e a, a lll;erwise their e ltIas lwill lie ollrdll tl their 1e xp+se. FcSDIK 1.0 IR-INES, d23 70 Camo st i P'l'ie nprkeit lhi J luntivill, fi.lli Niw Yie., it tlll-iilnet will iease alttend Ito tll receipt oIf their io gtioilin l. e i.. e.. dit I"-0 lilCK( & R.\nINlE-,70 Ct1l, t dI ) Jl~i~l. ,, ) (Jlohn Cihil, ) (I WV) (J Itll(a<) an ill tthe gCti illestored at theirexpx tienell. dt17 ('1i PAIIrT f-E IIP-T'. R1100YDI1, avint e n-o J ci.,tePI G \V. l()1i,w th himl inll prt:rs*hlp, they will oltalo lthiet h ,einttoIolirtifiP pitr-ail IV T. K. ' f li\'flI Sc lilliTIO Eli, tnler the lirem alfT'. I. l. (I i)D nt . - 'o. Tl @ il'iI., of G; %V*11 '@. ao d3 39 Cnmmonlti slt, to. llaglzine ,d tI.- i Nit' -- tOTI 0"0 - N Sc A N OGDI)EN will ir clice law in partner -t ll ship in the city of New ialeai, antil in ithose. to riihtec in the ot-iittnv, in whigh lthey haVo hIaretalfnt i eai, .ir i. , tlm e Nn ,. 9 o oy ,l e,, . _. - d:, Nt.WV OMtt.lA.\Ad ,.N7t 1AeliVILLE it *h. U SGHEE \ H: Y to sectins 8 & 9 of the Charter of . the NewOrPansn u Na-hvilla Iail r adl Co.n pny a ereneratl tmeeing of the Pin :khltllern is called oll.-he 31 Ilondav in Janotry, 1840,1tr the purpiose of eleltinlg 'an Direc;ors tc rlerve luir onle vyerr, J II CALI)\rVi LL, I rsideent. Offier, No. 14 aronne st Dece. 12t:,. dll NOTICE--lSIVI. II':. (OF. ICE. Die·emer ILth, 18if19 I .T Sheriff begs leaver to infbru the uihlic,- tirle in ortier tlobtain irln In fill lle oftfice o d dc putie , Ie hals pincell ilnselfl'undr on oblialti, n In t y a lu(ge amount itof sirieC. That hi- cllect:nn hliv' in nI t even enabled him to pay the eldries of the. jeddte, at dependent ithereini . 'lat ihe ctllleitina he heas ent round, have hbern put offwitll inleessantl exless. 'Th' it is Ideea tle hi own *TItlellltiiu, tal that of II fienid lll u that hi lenOs e offse lie collected, and he, tlhreore to ex lwts tht after thi ntetie, lo one. will take it au st if hei makes use of ihe ,minsire w hsllr e theluw phure in lh ptower a irthe tllecti.n of Ilis f.,a of iffice, ..d Ihese due to the t'reas.ry of tth Polli.e of the Puri.ht,is Iell a's th State ald Parisi 1 taoxes, handed him fir collection. C F IHOZ .Y,. d13 nheriff _ EMOVAL-Dr. Peters' principal office, in New Otlears, for the rale of his Vegetabl. Pills, is removed from 65 Poydrea street, to 72 M.,gazine stre t, near Ranks' Arcade, where a full and fresh supply of the above pills wi I be con. stantly kept an baud, for auol at wholesale and retail, togetlheor with a variety of other valuable medirine.s such as the Lucina Cordial, Be.rnard's I Cholera Medlicine. Harrison's Specific Ointment, II ward's improved Chemlical Chldride Soip, B ackwood's Anti Acrid Tincture, Rossis' Comt pound Syrup ofSariaputitila and Shrsaparilla Pills, Goolacks' Mutchleos Sanativn, Hutlur's ledl Drops, and other medicines tor certain diseases, E Smtilth's Vegetable E ixir, Elixir of Life, Restorative Bit ALSO " Dr. Dubois, interesting book on Marriage. N. B. The A trent here wishes it distitctly un. P derstoad that uin ,edlcines are mianiufacturedl nor I coant ouded at this offie alnd cotnsequeitle none i call here exceplt those that are received genuine from t!tr proprietors. Fur full particulars concerning the above highly celebrated aiid invaluable moedicines, tile public is referred to advertisements ;n th s and othtr city papers. d25 tf , LANK ' I it- i.t iuv,,e o Ablbis enad hilv'u I enamelled, iwory serface, plain nd rolored bhank cards ol the various sizes, tit reeivesd aid teIr nle by JOHN J H biWI.LI. ,L , t" , n29 Successors to A Toaer, 49 Camp at A COIBDl,u S-.lce ,,na wilh l", 12 pad 14 A key, b -asliiuly nldd and ofsuneri tr tonejust reeived at ctie i ea r BUSH1 & A!.I.A.N, d42 or ier of t Charles & Cotmmion s A tt.tW Kh.01'--Am. ant Il tmau ,a, just receivcd anid Ibr xhalesale orretail by H IIONNABEI., d23 eor-er N.arrhhez alnd Thatlio t lans -t T ANCCE'l's-A complie assort re it aor Ek:ebshi I treulrh ertu uiant Amerlicanir e , s, Isi or tuhole s l tr retail by II t)N . A [lhE t d=3 "43 Tel- pitoular st IA.IiIUNDS-A liew ilazier'u, just receivred and ) "r naoby II tItNN tB I., 2343 Tehttapitoulane at I ta t\ N GL.AS- laidi·in ftre ship Cherukee,-10 V / x ) , I12 14. 2 x 16. New nEutiela eUrowII lasu. I'his gla.. was irtchaedl at reducerd priuc.s at tbe wiltding lp qf the inaEuf.i lErill clllloll,alld is now oflbrlred ery low. JAItVIi & .ANDIE\VS, .e29 corner CmtI & I'rehaptillua at N All.,--700 k.gs in ilur, ltfea airitd \uo. Nails, N rada anud o luke, .ur .ale by N It- UI ItLY, n25 917 ('On.p at H RiaBS n .E.l}.JiS-Iteuived fri, 'raice, for alteu.le.r tr retail by 16 IINN t II I:1.. ".41 Tichapittl.is at IQUORS-7 pipes HollanI t ii; !i5 bris doet -tIc a it,; also, 23 bhrl damesticir: Itrady, i stiors tor ds3 J 'rH.YEIR & Cu, 74 Povdras at FLtOURI AND WVIII.iKEY--,4 btrls Flourtil ad 6 Iu brll Whiskey, laundlig frilt.tvenlboat O)conei. for rlle by ua2l ti It ItSEY,44 Now I , ve., HS KEY-150bhl, at lII ladinig fhr snal hby Ft l9 G tbUKSlEY.41 tNw Lever. VS, CAtl''SHII ARiti OWS, her-In-nl'tire and f,r sale by NF CI.I I.Y, S97 .('amitp e EIXCH INE on New York, itt 5 dans riiIl, for sale ly d1- 4 a ADA.etS& VIIIPTALL Lr Ul--300 bils laRding from steamer Swallow ne 'G DORSEY.,4I SNew I.evss FANCY C~INA TAli Li.E-iSPItVl IdE. - 01.''H s Sloscriberlratovojr.ot receietdi (toi Fiance, II liwt palrer lk io diinqg, dloeert ndote Poo iticos, of sfylen entire~ly new, boil vPey bea~utiful , S .41142w B hROcVtL&. cl n' ap Cat bCE1J Cioj,9A'r- l S=];iJi ' civod fruom1 filtasdet". 9 Sobhijo, on invoicer of very Cue' rior nnlaoC, English ando Americ'oo, 6 by 9 7 by II, Sk bl3, l"! by I4', .\a. 'rti Far sale by 'iJ) 1N 1J HASWELl. & Cs, d16 49 Camp at A 1(1W ((R 0 I'0)-I'L.Ac4'l'0.It-tIO11 l It. Arroo Ii coul; flec, colIrned ondt trk ptla'ter, luding from Fr chip Kentucky, and tor wonoltnb, or retaid by 116 1i II( NNA IlE:L, 4:1 'tclohitooulno at `ia UltUAPSt-J uot oeepivood, a ohonoolni"co mment of olltter, fr oeol, hairoenel'.ond evrry 'rkcr do monriprionof cops. ofiheeoe tmu.oofturot and qvrality; wri flr colewle leoole and reroi of (11)4 S1p & l .. , So I ot9 t'xor sooe HlItel, St Uboio ot fe H HIR't'S, 1c-Juot Frewiced sond fir agIe, a gres Do variety oflriets, corIars, otrock., ItoongeeS, bosom. all of the firot qonlity and mnouufacio', at GOSlol & Co',, Exchongc Hotel, ,l19 St Clharlesit N~ AILS--1510 kegs unsorted rtca-c, jo 1.00 eno.n for dli N F COItLY, 97 ?Eap at C,'I ' LASS WARE-We ioire tpublio nttention to ou1 laore itsoiorn, n't rf iws and veryselect ptoterrn, 11l0.in and cut grl6s wtre dllon II BtLOW (,R, & (oa Camp at Ne1 iEMTON dYIlUI'--iOi roxec Uroderarond'a nuperior Cu La Leron Syrcop, for "ale, byl JAIRVIS & ANlrcIEWS Bi, d16 orne, Commono nd t'rotapitd ulna cia CiASrOlR 011,-16 oorrcla NoI fatotior Oil, a suite. M o r:or article for retailong for lle tb nJARVIS & ANP1)RE'0S, 11 diG cornet Coomon oinl 'Icbpittoloon ate It P RtlInrtN P.ll'Eto-2tlI ream- 27 bly 42; 1010 f roum. 2161 by 2114; 1I0 rentna;26 by :16, i60 reaml Oi `:2 blvy 2Oi 100 rooam,20 bhv42; :M00 c'a.r 13 b7y 03 tIriotn, received front III, Briei eoiCk old Pno1tlien,,,&d fir onlo by J .1 IHASWEIL A. Co, auccoanoa to A 'rf)WARI , 49 Camp it. d5 N Alt-A ti'rge ooourntncl ii oorlraeod or slucby cO 11l AU\11tS b W I'bttAl ., 67' (toveni c 'inUN V Y I(-Sl-1Otalloo 2 iu,ohei gunty baogs .r in itro and irorneiby the 217 J TIAb ER Co 74 IPoydran at set t'3'111INK"'-. grooct variety ofitrnoobo, olk'c.rr atloer rIon acars,oer , tne at GOSSIlPC laoh.n a 4119 Ex,"hnnncr I,1t1·I. St :llarle. a \\ jI Itt,; "n.I,.'n-.,oatrce~ino'ILfrnorto obJYorki op. S' ly of Uthenoounto, targe and smolt; oIeor. IloekgotIt. molt tnolrd'., s the BDook andlon iorrnry Slltoreof d16 JOh1N) HASWELL & Co,49 fnmp II - 'UT\I BttEI.t.AS-A torge. asnotronrt of tmbre'-nta I nJ a ioo aod i leaiaquoeitoy, Iityforno e l.emnlale and retoil atI tSotP v Cn'., dig Exolcnnge llo(wl, et I'lnrleo at m 'aL'r t)tIt t.E'TI'EIt, P P ERt-Jost reeioood - pecr tip FFiroiofold, 1001 'reonIon m Il oner' eilt g. ' Lefito Pog,.r, a very o.eiooour articlel, ofr sol. onlwolesale ondo reiil, by .OI NIIASWOVIAI;t ('a, df9 49 Colp t vfI 0 jllINl't't;Ro-Jut~t rei'ciord, fruoir AIbkti&to.ib, I New YPoork,a cgnerolaIoloplc,.clllain tioll rnonell'd Cardo; aloo, alot clt loofe tot ortloIt. tunlile forr jlob2 nork. JO)IbJ LIAS WELL & Cc, .r d19 49nCamp At AtIt 71tC. (IA. 'iS-rSuio,, It, for Plnters ire EU t".,riololo,, ton n.,ln nr,l roorl o,o.,.,., a,.d hkoy'o, at(G1(22P4' C, t ot-19-l_ St (harlrn -t I II"Ti'i Y-5 bole it 1'r1n 'r a salo ito dll (1I 110182EV 1, 'I I evP Leven J ,r All 11-7I10 kego tier coaf Loo.i "0010e, fbc onl, by A2 Is 1 dt6 Gi t)l)ItLEY, 41 Nowo Lover ad riE7'Ut;-5O0 bolt in ute nlhilppig rlorer, for tale Il by Ii Dt'tl0lotY, diG . 44 New Leve. FirN rýAt1 000 oregs vol noilc, well aosootel, from 3 1 0 icfor alo oy LAY'r'ON Y Co. 16-l-f 53 Old Leevse I' %.,r HISKjY-lO Io's rectified, landing frorn stanmo r hboot Panolo, for stle by he 4t3 (I tDiOREY,4t No. Leoveea -.AMt'rS & I.LbS't'ltt CANDF..tI;1IASI. SPI.E Nltt ao'tmor t 'If labnlel, mnnntel slod n or ` rnr it g mpo. ....d co..lrlbro.woenoioblly moulnt or. ad withglcoo s it...npjiljoin receiverl.. fr Pale by ar. o17-121 IS Bil EWE & Co. 17 C..p ac 1,.1 AtD, lit 1 WINE ROT I'It.ES-Ldi,,g fothil Henryi it'ooolay,f o lilno r, B eo, 3011 b.ooolprn~a MIdira nwine, for naolow tv foorflIle I Coro, ino quootities to su.it 'i po1n.lnoncrs. JAlIllo & ANftREWS'o, tit- i 7l cr C'mn. lnrn And 7't'.' pi.oul h cv IRANIDY CHERIliES-50 boneo in store And fId or =nip. b 1,s 113 It I)OISEY, 44 Nona tone.. Ipi U I';orlI18ill t-Il roll. betlo', n Lod aticlce, Inr c I ole by ADAIMS& llol t 'Tt'tAl., \1" lure, end foFr stile Lvr !or e 117 'N F rIr71tt'. 97 Cao,1, ci Ile Sil~L\~ II-~ ol,. "'1 NI{ItI 1 V[. lbil,-8 dbe,', (t..lo.u br'ood) Pula he l Sherry, a tery toue ar'icle.,fl ,.sole by n017 \1 FC'tbLb,97 lor'nrrpo II \GII '1'- lloan o'. L o,'lcr'n' ltoc...'oo.. lint re3 eived . 'Irnto, Koocko. all I flor wvI,.l'.oli! ,,e 'Srroril ly i It NNAIII, .146 45't'r'lanjlr,,,,rloo at ljAIN'ot'tl IIUCEI'i'S-O,0I l,.'o," in, lor..e, r 1774 t'oIydlc .t ,r. lrnrlloa,· earl (i(; n's le 1k .n U1. tITIN,91 l'v..vlonit Al pale !\n o. 1 suit Nio. 2, whole lied ground III it, oil lore 'le by .1 01.S 0 471)IlEW'9. h, 47 ca~r C'lnnllllon &''l nrpitnsllil)LI at. OE A 018F11 0 keogs superior leaot' .o", ion cte aod L for "ltle by (1 Illltalot'. 114' 44 ,o I... eon fr t)'Ill ()Il '0"-3l11 Stexrc.n end t'oonul oot,' LPIu,, o., stlil b ter d4 ARY0tt Ftoot. ts't''El':L. PENS ;11P 1111E)om,v',e,,i 100t1 Victloria pen; doubttlebarre.l 'I v,-o. .dll e Olellvi 01, I.rl' eno Inll o,o,,or.'n;. G~il!lt And Pe'rry, expreapaly for the'tationerlllCI afore of " oef 114 -I 'ttN .2 HAS\\'E08t.L, '19.am at d NII A. RUBB1E1 II 1100111 l2 llld l,,,o'd tablob oleof ,,,i.'oc; tcl'.r rd'ot,~otdo; e roneoto.,s i rb for iooooolol.; wllrr 1'cloooo'.l lrorriooe hitr oof.',hlolrcOconr 'ir-" tonotey bell- too be haoso at GOS ',l'u'o. t dl9 V.,-hnngri Ilultrl. St Chnrlen at - ooo4r0-I "2 itckn Suooe Liveoool Sroll, 10r hurcqoeCi t1,rieize,, fur nu aby ltADIAS & \'bit I'. I 9" cll 6 rolc0 de- ,1"1 ANtt'Ol.I bbI'tEl'teb~'-bt'louo'o io,tonoolo,.oan tone oifolrl oril' ro, lbn c.'pvila In'er.. invoices, drto log inglvplane, c. jelst oeoio- I ot itit tlh.eBZA.A, I osier leof oib Choorte anod Commoooo It. .lut 14 ttJl'rt & 1111 & ALLAN. I..li. I and the otllhc good cook anod childl'. nmb'.e. AppIly fore to II BONN 1118., e 2,, d5 41'l'clop'toolt -I'" ABTOR il'-I n Il.8. fot gunooiry Vioginia cooo otd ',J nil, 10 hboe Wescerro o.oaior oil, N,.., for oole by .Ion AIVIII &o t\Itl.Wtbb' for v29 cancor Ion, orto &'o.Ilrollooallonnl i0" 1)UNCI RAIStNS-8t10 bxseos Inoliilg std for )) oslno by N ECIntl lY, in .12 97Ol'loootoi ohl. i A't'S-3011l sao'b 01 hoc looonding, ocr flt tonal, foor o72 tU ale by G tllllSl.Y, loll 1113 44.'ew Levee N AI.--llib kegrs .ils, as rtei sioo, znow latding from Iotlqloe J rphuiv, for ruie Iby n28 AI lMS & \ IIIl'ALI., 67 (iranvierst S1--0 halns prirm New York Hay, lnndng fron hbip Vick.hIro. anI frr en!e bo Mnil A ('OIIEN No.90 Common at I A I o-U10 uoxes lhubbins' $ I Sosp, in store., for ns JTAEIIA R & Co,74 Poydrnsat 1ATTEAUS--2 first rate Phildehlhit merde Bate S5soou, tor sale by N FCt) 1..y n5 97TCsmp st 1 AY'S Liniment and Balh rf Colonhin-5 grree theoe cerlebraled ren edies, o.lrranoted renuine jlrst received from tl.he oonof( turer. e oll fo1r plI to th trod-.t t it+r.o.,eo . J \ItVIU,. A.4I)ILIWS, (116 corner ComnHlooo alnd "t'flc itoul ,i iss L)AP .It--0O el.tls dob dira, 0110 r1,1 saillngle, Itd dll H BONN . BEL G I..A' : itfeer Id inerl qin such .s e-'hflws, bottle 10lte r iul o to e, titr whdo .l . rle onr r e ni onr s e d17 J 'IHON AB & Co.4 7c4 npitulydas t 1 laUdingper bfl boat ri.r odisa!r. by 13 U( D)ORSEY, 41 \ew Leve INDE: I' IhI)AltDS. &c.--50 bunllls binlier's ansoler al by JHNJ IIASELI. C, d sucesesors ton A Towerlo, bottler , SvIOlFF.', o" I' LL6S--PlE. o IX I To1'e'ttsu-. .i lust received, ar wholesInorrl r ret ail, y d16l H BO N NA lL. 43 Tchopitouls .at FPI l'l'Kt-fl Turpentin-15 bat rrels N Ybork .lrith of T'urpentlgre, landing fr l ship Fb irfield, fr suyl by JAV13 S Ay,41 ND e ll,;ee I16 corner CNDI' Olmlon O D d ol'dhnpitndulao bts boA SUrdLYJt lande CIo sh airiord, ont Philandlpia, nd for salo by ADAMHN WI I'AI.L C, Ad. '') r rto- w hl ol , thT heCartI oi LY .c. or Oil, received and f or . l tlr ~ar ri retai n2d16 B 43 'ciThapiroulas at r:HINA PUTJ expressly for apohec ariLvtsa, lr ell dllb 43 Thais N orul riat ufiA roJ hored runo m otd. hopit.u. lan 1ts A SUPPLY A ,F NAILS, wel.r onrped, on hoa d and Sfor i by ADAMS &, WHI'PAI.I., l17 67 G(;rer at I lldS) '8 PAPEltS--a uper Ro aRh~eeal. 1!e i ltori Od Pac et Poed. J nd for roein or retail b;'yH R,)N . ('nArpE l AK I-8N kPUTS egsrle Iford. aplr rie. fre sale O 'II:KLEBY, Not. 19 andB SA nst. byived a . le by J Bý (NNAEi i. , dilt 9 Ca p at For U ale by N plaios, Oie oor ,y fltnLOON .ih D 67 lbl tn, fr at 11nlodl'a - At PoJt.JuetreirAt e FI brae" by o''Q A TSWAtr, I9 ('nst (AlT WHEELS-Of valorir usies, in ret, ane DICE--floankbprimr Croatlena in elrimrsf't maelan.by(p.,J JTItIAY Co. jCe;74 Piriy ..s AX7CEAM TT8. ST. CHARLES THEATRE. Saoes MANAGER, : G. BARRETT. This evening, Decembr 28. w ill be erformed the Corned' entitled THE YOUTHFUL QUEEN. .teinherp, J il Field Frederick de Barry, De Bar Christine, La Petite Bertha After whieh he Prise Drainmof SAM PATCH IN PRANCE. written expressly for the pretulir pdi~l of Mr. Marble Sem Patel, 1Me Marble fecamPtnllo, Keppell., Do Brdlville. Mirtoel Victorine Toes, Mine Verity Bridget, Mies Melton MRS LER'IS will dense the CACHUCA To conclude with the Dmernaralled THE BLACK Bill(l OF BERMUDAS on THE Last Worde ol Paul Jones. BILL. JONES, - Mrs LEWIS Neptune, lMr Schoolceraf CaptInn. Mr Boddy Plotmicidn, De Bar Billy I olyl, r Stam Cowell FPnny, Miss Vbrit, Sally. Jleee Molly O'ltoek., Mr Lewi 1p Dot)re open at 6-Performances to eommeee at 7 o'elock.,_ tP3 Season Tckets mnay be had at the Box OhiB.. Open from 10 until 3 o'clock. WASHINGTON BALL ROOM ST. PHILI.P STREET, BrwTmaN corAL AND aWOason sTalTl. r lHE MANAGER of the Washington Ball Reem respectfully informs Ihi friendeand the public, that the above mentioned establishme*n will open for that season,on Monday evening, November 4th, 1839, by a GRAND DRESS AND MASQUERADE BALL, and will continue tlhretonhout the season every Monday W\ednesday and Saturday eveningof each week. Admittance far Getrlgmen, $2 00 New Orlenns, Oct. 24th, 1839. HOUSE TO RENT. f A cowmfoortohle two at ry dwellipg hnues, near Canal street, containing every we.aei-t Seonce for rn a ,ell family--en!t only $15 per iotPeeeion given in a few dave. A ply to 12_5 Doyle & May, 3"Corondelet tT A TO RENT. A Dwelling Hlouse 139 Julia street otisee,or to I CAMlMAOK &Co.. i 'I' . LET. ' Two room on the nerorod fnlor suitable tf I1 ~1oI eeo;pp; v oil the premises, No. 2t Camp street,at tle Fire onen' Ilnurance Otrice. o02 TO REN.'I. 'a The three ter ' Erick otare No. 87 New Apo LtoneB sued; puneemSial gioen imnmeditelty. SApply to l '1'8 IT IIYDEI BIt7O'al RiE. F. LOTTERIES. /l HE,. Following Institutions, Citizen' Bank of Loa 3 isinn; Union Hank of I.nai*ince; New Orleeao Cotal and Bank ng Companyl w II receive special de looits eaoint cerliicntea of one hundred dollare and ulpwvrd, to, remain to the eredit of tie De toitors, on on which cerlificates, the ohbsEribec, will deliver Tichetl il the Grand enal Estate Lottery-Baunk' Arcade, llilshope IHolel, &e. SCHMID'I' & HAMILTON, od under the Verandah, oproite E John r Co, t d dl I Stationers hall BANKS' ARCADE, CITY HOTEL, &c. rn GRAND it REAL ESTATE LOTTERY OF PROPERTY SITUATED tn NEW ORI EANS. tSCIIMIDTI'& IlA3IILTON, Menagers. Ofices under the Verandah, Corner of tS. earies and Common Streets, and No. lot Chartres Mtreet, r letween Conti and St. Louis Streets. S'ITrIl a view of meeting the wishes of eor friend,. in we have ttie lehasure of announcing tn4l e publ lie that this l.ottry by authority of the Stale dfLuuie - ion, will be dllrwn at the lCity Exchange, in St. Louis le in New Orleans. The drawing will, withouut fail, begin on the lat Dna snt meehler nexltt. Or Our agents throughout the union, will enuse Ihe above to be Ill rt,,d ,,oInr In olr of the ewspapnlers of theiri rtespcoie residrltces, nod charge the expsnver in litoe ooooo.ot. Snl i-tl SCtHtltf't r & IHAMIT.'rN. "P I7Theutre-Caldwell's St. CharlesArcude--Hotele. -Stores-Square of n(round e- CAPITAlI. I'ltZo i ! [ OU S. ;A IiltANI) iRt... ESTATE AND nod St. t'lleo aIrrec, authorized by a law ael the Sotnte, 6t1, ilcoch lI02 otod TlEl Ii Alt" A11IILIl ON, or Tamop streer Theatre l.oottero. 129I Ib.o'c! ,lhetoon ne st l)voembhr, New Yeaor's Evcentol oio6-loo'i o inoorelrnwing. 'IHE iR.1iN 0 lait .1i l.l.trtN LOTTERY. i0,000 Pl'zaons !! Wir commrrce drawing as uson as practicable after ottIe First Lottery. r-l il". tesn"fanyvhnks in theUnion ehich e `ea , tolly t, nktl la in the 'ttlr they air iourl, wev ill b ty r.'eeirrl o pae neot fir Tickets, which are in the tfllf f l MillintiO $10-Two illioo $i0O CAIIDWELL, OAKEY & PRITCIARD, e nl2 LA lroprietors & Manngere. dCLASS Not. 1. v, TI HtE l lfli Million otr ('am, Street 'I heetre homee of 0, 1 h I.otoioiano GRANID REAI. EStl'ATE AND , I'tICK I.t'I'F'L.RY. will oltirvely be druw on the S3lt ll)ecelr, New Yerar' Fre. toet CAILDWI It,, t,AKEY & PRITCHARD. n Office corner Canal and St Charles et. EImI 1t WOtILKhi-Johb J. Ilaswell, & C. a 7 N1. 49 Coamp stretd, have jnte racerid f'rome Phil no" ndlrlphin ndl Ihlototo, a onearal suppIr of eedical tolr ookh, of iolt lltet editionso among which are Louie tot ellllow fever. . flohe enecet .hledicnl I.ihrear, 18 vols. oinr Illoxnoo's Cyclopedia of practical surgery, colored pI. plat+e, foio. Stok, a on diseases of the chers. .t Mledlical and surgical mootogrlaphs. by Andrel., oeui, nato talrd. i . c. pri cHil,les of the theory end praetice of o medi'inoe. by .!troholl Hall, I. D. 4 d14 ,,r NESZilurgundy, Bordraun, Champagne, ' Mdeirn, Rhenish, spalrkling Hua,, liquora, received by the last arrival r1mm France ad Ger many, and sold by the subscribers Burgundy, Noits. Clos do Vougeot, Hermitage, Romando, Chamboerlin, Larose, St.Julien, St. Emi. lion, Chateaux Margaux, do. Lafltte, Iadville, Bea. -rne, Barsac, Graves, Lunel, Frontignae. Champagne. 300 baskets, Engle brand; Palace brand; Palace Vrceonny brand and Lieorty brand. Mandeora in papes, half pipes, snd half quarter casks, old London particulan servial. Rhenish wine ; Hock ; Graefenberger eabinet 1827 do Markebrunner do 1827 Markchbruner, Neirensteiner, Gra. efenborger, Hockheimer. 1825 Markebruirmer, Graefenherger, Dam. Pres. Hlockheimer. 1822 Ponannisberger, Liebfraueainilek... Heinbergar, istewain. 1811 Steinweni. 200 boxes spprkling Heck, red, blue, yellow, label, superior quality. I.iqnors-White Aniseette, red do; roatae, bras. dy fruits, kirsehwass r; s. f. diffturnt liquore, dll E JOHNS & Co. Otmrty'p ttetisin Ohu tchael SuItatns-.JON 1. SIIS EI. C., 49 (am street, repecfally soliei, orders from Prinmere r,f the wrath geaerally, far Preaths, taType, lonk, Paper, ad every artlete aC;tabla tfra Irintin offiee. Tl'he hsve on sad doublbe tndi. umr, imprilo *ondsuper royal Presee; type from non pareil tou 1 line pica, etraeluei a large varietyl of jb- . biig tll,rit froite,qoir , bra, rnle, ru atlev'a,~te de. from thi Pbiladethia anod o New le rk f ortuoie, als, 30111 revams of plritine Itaper. from 19 by 24 tr28n y 42, sotitrtble fr pamphlet, book or newspaper, *hich they are diapued to sell on reaonealle pricn tar city ,ecap tarlles; aliesral diecuuna t iade f ,rcesh. Printer senilng ordlera tr II l Ca may rely spaN gettrig the iriele anul erntrd; as the tecmatcahltle of the ir slre fatlmiar r the ihouse. O1l ptop takes in acular oge, di17 CHIRISTMAS AND NEWVYA-j-K-R'S PRESENTS. At the Bazaar, corner of St. Charles and Con. men streete. ]ORTOISE SHELL BASKETS.-A beooti. . ful Gift for tile season, elegantly maounated in grl, silver and pearl. Card Baskets, for tie table, aof Tortoise shell, aid papier maclih, with oil paintinrga. Work Boxes, a splendid assortment of Work Boxes, ofat rns w rd, ebony, inlaid with pearl anid Tortoise sioll. Laliea' Desks and Dressing eases, with work anad Sjewelry hoxes, also with mnsic, .CarCass m and Pearl Needle Books, some now patterns selected it Paris, just the article bor Musioal Boxes, large siae, planing four, aix nad eight tune,, opera gloasse, rgold pnenl cases, bouquet holders, pearl pen lholdere,.aneponset knives, Rodgers' alperior ntore, poaket hbooks, port folios, mnifbld writers, &c Au. tegether with a large assortment of G.eapIl extract, tbr the hdkt: Cologane, Lar.ner, g Florida water, BUSH & ALLi.A d.4 lm ear St Charlest & Coonaa.ea GIORDILA IIOLT ROPE-I21 coils Rope,l andtng froam ship Chbarleia-itg far; ' I n3t PE'.rR t.AlDt.Al4g, C(ryam L tOUR-Iou br s or tha loading In tog e ao s t Il Ordar for asa by - 'l G DORSEY, 44 Now *La lERFUMERY--Latest eFrsncb Fabhio, a titI as. S ur ma hesnttfopowauaitlt,,, n tewa, asosp. 1wdea b-s.h0es aa whogsala or msall by Id i eramr Nateh. & TeoaupitoeuJ} a .

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