Newspaper of True American, February 5, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated February 5, 1839 Page 2
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The R,1iegaa IataaaaO. I)), raleri asft* L fIh ,tr lamf every day at 10 1%#lro & 14. aY a ery uday at t2, M. TheD tr Vea 4 e vary Jay at hall aat M A hdie' with the sgroat Easten Mail, s *.Mt (l* k.Covingtao. tA.) iotlloid, an rdat6o'clock.. A -nd and Mat d n tat ) .t^,er batt clcreii ever s ai iA olosed aivory T~s, br~rdire*aaliTo entomd wr a.twig, a wink. .L........lo Waahai ootn oan..I....... wa a ...."".... r f hfaoai·,knn.. ........ t de..7...... lni... I. do.. . .:»...r:..a 4nl. N4.........0 :.>+. b~.. , I tdvarpnei , Nvr..........25 MIlndn Nov....... ... 24 aaM '! :.. . 11 Nano ýv......,.........2 P .(1f NW ORLEANS. 'lbs " Fbur 4,.. ..... m ml Aucty - sewý Y r J1 R Hullea .f ,J PWhitey c.pie, Kidder & Heed Ge odleý:a is^kY haoi J A Rnrelli orel oMaler L1nMiranda offci U rArNester tim,, 4. RIVALS. ToewhoifNltdee.'DclM, from lhe Palr, hovinlrt.wed to g icoakp 8kehpeee. orlced ton the city with ship Arka..ll, ld b lfk t.ldwcea.ad t . .ir.. Left R W Pare 3d rmn. t 6 e ii; h o repoitts Elj pa oag, acdf brigs anl 3 cok I. the " ~ play Tc l c16Pwlk lnetrain, Phbridd., from the Relies, hovin and nWc taetouakhdp Teeer and L.an ..ecl a echr; reou:cd tn aem withL bell BHndiao. ehrl Anti mad Alexander Ieft.N Al KIPCIn oea t eld elc . mc inc.elo. l hel l olmt nUthidonllg, br Wli Nelrac, achmcphL bi add i-khr i'the rlver. h Ship Asknace, Daennis il days from New Yor, to ACo . h oen. SDikdelors. Fibler, O3days froml leton, to Macer. ere I ig Beorodioli E...e, 25 day. from Boeon, bound toen oBahkr AlJph Lied, from Tsap. Bay, ie hblls, to Ro. . SLel ket. Wclloe, f'rOlpApaleb hicol, in hallo., ctll te.. I.l 3 weeeO. Ce,, Eta.s. p.Ia . Ce1n, l.ntwro Gillton, to Bolgrt A to IAc Iw.cld, Aneahei from Clecinacni. and adipao aP Miller. Fridsee, f, om Pittsbur. b2 1 ua Mtacr dwlkb, from Lfeeorhe. Wit tuilc wrMle.hrelgad, fre Skrerpoert. old .•e1e pUleinRalllcceMlchelt. roemi Lttc. Gotek tlmeeT-clrcroeArolid, from LouiLville. Sl"elOle e. from.OrAod Gof. glr tUBe c Cllibe'u,.alrot ftrom Viekehbrg. A* . r "XPORT.Fla., LIVY OlL..por ship OGorgla..1233 hin cotton, cd 691 do moss. IEW YOPRK,.perehip .nluleallle..240 ll cotton, 284 bkd. rep anu ad'd choaldeoc, 271 brle do, 2.0 hItm, 232 frl kegs, and 106 tubs laIrd. 1145 hals. 6 hhds leafer toheco, lcies aed 0 xa do, 44 bi sklinl, 13 ce do deer sLins, 44 hs and I trunk dry goods. ful BOSTON. ,par Ship Perenrin..168 dry hdes, 196 brlI pork 1w andil ard, 1328 hi cottoenlo. 'CHARLESTON.per bril Arahiu.;: 73 hhds hbecn, 40 bri pork. 28 brlm laerd, vld 150 eake corn. i'Y ...............pacbr c Urolet..14 hhdM blconl, 1653 eeks ma ewe. ed Core'oi NIICHUOND..per echr- H A Wie..l918 Sides pork, 2914 ekouldcrr do, 241 lil de. 20 joewls, 16 coke l hIes, end 500 slksckore. rlia TAMPSIOO..peahr Core.. hardware, dry goods, oil, linens. ice. a S IMPORTS. p iSOSTON..p.r bk Dr!wero. .266 ioUot ice, 16 cons dlets, few pc " hhbonkli cd pickles, J Tro. F MI Weld &co,, Winceu 6 Shell,nS Mchurnev. JThoyer 10 coe 6KEW ORKW..peer hlp Arkonse...io'dl lode onn. RECEIPTS OF PIOI)UCE. e Cieeiha ..pel Seteamer Swallow..1453 brl l.uro, 142 kegi l lard, 76 LM pork. 4 acke coal. Stetsn & Aviry, 269 brl. lour,;Godl, 100 kIts p-rk Bnogzrt Ilnwthorn., 13118 keec s 1 lard Adam ne Hartwell, 6 ile oil Olden . SoulhOlate, I hke, eC I hal cnd 1T pea cotngan, Lallltl. Tl'ho;lpcon 2430 molnoe, barrele. le bulnlle loees J Veiron e- no, 24 doe broosl. p. .MNhard A Silgereo. 10 P1uelarl..per stenmer BP Miller..n6 hrli park, 2 hhd l 'b.es Mallrd d+Sio..o.., 219 kege lord. 21 i,hdl honi. cod cli thoulders, lh0 r.l pork, Braddohk a Loilt, Ihe; k oee andl 4 hlcJai, AD here 134 bhrl pork, 125) lrla porkc, 144kegse lard, on I. hdek laelpd shoulders. J A Plerrel, I I I brI Ilork. Tay. PU lek+Daewe. 110 empty ilcl Iledden & Hall. 312 ploughs J ihI Vclea co, 91 keLg lard Mc,'addel, cal;e,.. .l' on, 11m lbrle IO.lpeel on. Iherd. 37 brl. wheikev Cuetie I .uodcllrotf, be . 54I hgl!t .001.W A Volatt, 158 empty ha'is Owllers o~ board. LXi per ..p mr sme Romeo..37 hll. eug.r W I,, rt. i SI2 ai rPl lemoway. 40O hhds euntr llery TatIe, 161 hde m ewcor _lbl lA Thompson, 15 hhdslUS r Olascon. 40hlhds cc Sugar Po.ps-,Pc.dr l L o. .I bhbJc suger 'S Reynard, I00 bi .eneist JPtloaeh i. Nkerieporl..pe sLeae.r Mariner..t II heinittn j B Lae do ao, adde obhon . Sewall, 95 do Alhlain J Tremnult, 41 do I'; aaUed~kcecaaceil63,l~gtcli& Trectoijt, 41 le I,,l 'C lo t. .e.Ide A Rirerdie 4 co. r Itits Ilnak..per seamer Borlinglon... pckl mdse. J A li I.yolc.P75 hi. cotIon Reynold,. Byrne & co, 1609 do N J M, .khWoo, 69S hldo A i A Venll,, 33 do W.ll 11.al. 51 do krkSbli._ i _ .lldo Foreyth 4 Limeick, Il0do DUrcuer e p JhKsoy ail Wriht." Vcnkhkeg..per Itmmer Claihorne..319 lons cottne W e o IBezl 185 do Biker llHdley Dvine and co. I:8 do N and JI r Ditkadnt n. lfl doLLcrleoen ad Chalmers, 11 do Morret. p1 Jennlngs ecd oe, 110 do Alien AcIer-and co, Is do obheson lth ndlld (peh0IDlE Ford and co, 3clo Lyomle Herrel and co, - d6..,.hoil ad Thotempolo,,. 50 do Adam. andl Whiolil, 45 re do W 'W.Bl, 41 do lBrk Valt and no. 40 do Nmlgnt Taigi. .i kLinFd Walt, Sda5Rre der MeKenna nd" Wrigt; 34 dil Ih ineeJr= .de Rich Beak. 20 do &iwead C,wsha, 17.l de I Jue C el. 13 do VPocio, IIl do By end Roberel. 10 do M Wllkh ad l.dA H Wallacee. 6 do F Rellvier. 5 doO Ill Dearinl gnd oed. t do S lu~lnch. 5 do G 41 L.eo, h1,lf nr piape liqnuors Gdoey Lawrie end Smnll. 5 keg. Illutter Cotn. l " stekhlde ald co, booel 4 Ieno merchandise J D :nrdoea. od GOrned Gllfl..per hge G(irffe.. 12 b.los cotton V Cariess, IIn IOG FrieelOn Dab sld c. 34 do I, and C Funruou, 21 do C'a. w teithers Hllurel cd ro, do HoSoin and Goocb. 1 do Ben- in rett Ferodey acnd co.l do All.oe Asler and co. I00 hOes lard, o 2 khd/ ' e od lot bulk pork ltah MNcllroy. le SteUmer Tuacarore..141. knis ltrd Pitcee de .:heaml..-BMee 13 hkds lehone W C & D Vonulhgt, I hhd eaob.neA H Wldce +eeo, hhd. and I loI tobacco ileford pt k u. y,; 9 hlbds tobecco Alex Prior, 231 cSke corn Joln h o 'Payd '|It)l.alo e Barks, Woat ce, 400 ecikh corn. P re 'Trsc lseps 140 hro. lour C Hyrne, 3 1l cottlon Brander. at meKean eAviWiLt, 601 les cottln, IVWood 4 Pinlno,, 5 his ocle'enJ N RolJ, do Mairlin, PleeIooe 4 co. s do Armour Lchd.,Wn11*e. Sde Lcwrence a Cholmrsn II do I.ncokrt, ti aOaA'4.cn. e -4 59 hIl do W l HeIl 7 do ond 37 eicke it corn, P A Hardy, 5t bei cotton. Conuor Goridl.y, 5o dozeeo nl oerkhos.3'W aMe, -l Cinainemti-par cleaor Buckrhyc-_0 keen lari, 45 i. eri SuewPaead 25 do Ad acl'r. Ilortisell; 8 brl FIark. J Ii, l.cudic b. co; 61 brie florald 460 hld bacon, Ogden & Moei4gIeta,.4 bole egg, W Stevaei, 7000 kegso laid and e. 2 brle po:ki, C Syron. U ` . - +PASENGEIR. ' to so 1.. f8etrSar cwallow..S H tGoodin. J Thorco, WV E M ld Radley, Skhi4;y, llntfided, dcuderso., W moen Wilsoci Lgndetll Menfield and lady, MilL J I eic M Doyt, Mr obdll anod lady. Edwaeld, Dus, T 61 I. Pt emGprm odwin 1* t . p.0cm piieek Calh.. M. Smik and an. ie Sri edipa.. 4 Feelix Iloson aned crt, Judlge Mentood. en CotI.e.. ol AJ-.alam. Col A RShelhy, H W,,odd RHain. AloW, { p, Cab., Weehington ani d eon, Collinl, Bower, )rday. W .'er Party Pcter.icld ied, J M Iarie, lade, M .Yt-r . s ,.,,0h - ... ne,, .. e S rain, op. Riley, Keerr. Vramander. Moore, of e,;!. wamrdeo,lre.. oaeulod, Wilc, , c lc.ck7+... J Whdl, OtLonel, R CChina, D Kru.g Jas in Re ',i lleerr, Braed. Bmithc; BIown, Traober, Locke, he Web.laib , Honor. and 7 on deck. I Mhlevetolt-per ,lelmer Mariner-J Mll.Seley, J ml c .W-CJJt.* . pC. .A .pinneJ Staludwoltbl, B ey e neil uh4$etnla5, K "Finn, Sbeldn. C It (Omwit,,, il i S U0c W K'ULack, 8 RinJcmtl, L Ferrel. . lnceneieapr l.4eaoni Romieo--rs E Bonod, 1Ir Wid.t'6olmn, Maltert, Gndbltlr, Druilhe.,I Heranodu, NodlL I ll*6*P.t eaalrno; 14 ayo pot.oegoro. 01 .ill.t.e.k-.leir auteir orli ,glon--Sawvr,lrnovne a D.j.Ifmfl., .L) Viuotcol, Bi.top and lady, C I Bae; e Gi 1II l-li-per ctnaer iuckeve--Rper, , liMl, Ro. bI (dtey, Graier, Wol!rt, ;I Cnloland, Gual's, bl F 1. p. Hoisor, Flbeeher, Telbult, Disoti, G It O fii$.ci$,l.F IPAeon HSle, Well, Wtnerman, so J C Welmore, N Ilogden. l'i S • CONS. NEES. In ci Aksrmlc.,lee.' hip- Arkauc.'.B S Halsey W' GantI, I., Ci,..aq* alu , Jec " dis e lsc. piod rey.Lxwrielcitll. Ue 1B a$ a. tWe..d o wlh Trtbroidge. pA lar- . h . e GI+e ill a s ablceki. Thee T iturogr .E C in ,e ncelTlylo fr .t Haddnc. Morgan 4 to, in A'I)jV I heldA, ; SThyemr ,co, O D E:n, P 01 Plc ri 6 M illard. coi, Stthehae & eo. Coil w d:eel DIPlRp dahlO Armstead" o 6,orin,, J C Spreeger., D eipele.;W4elen . G W Pritchrd. -Mlaker & Iwle., cl.sle in 9d, j.ap seiLevy.- Smith, Brmodsr, MrKenna & Wrighti l.De1 6 ?llQtclloecn *RSr.H O Arip. ll Gosnling J co John r 7srs, eoV Darid, A To-hcl.oI.e Lft ek , Ii W .1. el.icsh. Mrltroeo. kPnife. Blackcwell Me- pI ,J4CClrell. D Pelt Ren, I'lolnd 1 llrmn.C DLnsne, fl re, Gce Pardow, 1 Astn,,. Yeoic:,rico. W E it 4r* . 'M. . ,IiBerkr. Walet 4cl . n lleelchaw t' Roet , Ir Edeieino J MeGirkiien retl. Iloey rao. J II Field i rn. A UrantAera Lamhbth . l'honlll.lc. P (2u:rl0. J . Se i s.tco I otpl oln. . ,ii..Il,l,tre.lI 0 . 3J 1.iley. . t,54A4tl p $ Thomle.en. I. hoexleou, IL Mrib .Ic" F S I V{' Sq.P~l.4pIei.oila order. b S " MEMORANDA. b dIed le cpa trtlof Cinoindeno ch aI. I Loteiville 281; etO tllr ilnla ifrrec mrawinntim chnre'; ;.l.ed lrvai.e r dir.p~i p4, bheun s . lant byn someel Mackey.I k .b . PtH i4 ar. w tr Commit .;round a o do. '" nIe n8hie preoell year ohe Muinty n whHt cc"Mb will e co;h 3150.lpr. 71i, oelinctoy aWddll" n, e spai.ue ui *4SXC00. TheI funded _ eerkidloomenmmilule.,l ene Li uocenot in oI R rc4. he *Uaeintu Forid, eonr, hno Ieu ei UMIm Ika oak eft.cloh.l.lllml oudried oeh hlcl,sad I d 4,lWljhj ,Amcp el Np a ladfurd. 4ITAM ..The numbeor eofmeaien ,coiotered in the It reefo g.. O'foke Unlied 0Ut0 deriu thcn year roerneien:. aw~ulil~qe4Wi, goad endinl iii 110ieplnbeof lo Ihko I.e)lear, aeTArl560 r cIt r .l~lc e ecde Io tale -c Ooeorelryorlce ilc c !oIcnau ple~lh Ncc Iletpcltieo 140; AIle.echocue.' 54 3l16lalU '.r.nneee ut 11141 Newr I-.; Penunyltrnic J3Iepo31101 Iti8l4t oo ernluntooti 27; Virll,.i 26, SAfehoee d3; I~eclii~c 363: Flooldo 39. '7.1pM IhIeM ee Eleg coqnl. r tJel,,d cod tnadil,,cmemlor atelke Nae Seook Lee4oil e... hcn be to e...co..ned laced.. . 7 6 t Si I FF HIOUSEJ with all ll tien, ikin ti amp strest, in the central par o .Mw ..ýe ba w as Rasty euert bssese, for fur itr Falat .aoof at tihthtbis paper. l9i PRICILM UI0- harreIs in latSe and for sale by .,4 itAIAM TRIER, 34 Pnydra at ar dnrh id iixed saiatinets, NC4Lo, I:t9 Macaxion at Ba.aw frtom I '-ena.lo ma b ]l nr Commo nd hpitlfo ate f I in haltes and handle, as tir ale byh t$s BMli;E Q Co. :I4 M.gaeinec TmVm AMEIBIIAN 11WFI3E*. ris Ill eomaetlon with thds Ot e is a SPLENDID AND EXTENlIIt AMIDRiMENT OF TYPE a rilt Sn tt;n PfthGo okmt Pamphlete ' BaLnk Checks satalerna BiDs of Lalg o sil Pberms, Dhew Bills t.ilaa Seylt I l I r lc ears *n Aed everydesaepmte m afJel Work thus Ms nay be nutaltlred. lah I?'Tlhe p reetor respectfully calls the attention of exp the pnhli to the above Card, and asesres them that ane all wsltT intrusted to his care shall be done atthe short. eat notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and I at the lowest ratee, Co, K -- the TIlE TRUE AMERIC IN. SUDITED BY J.Ion 1r e.lBsnlN. IPAILIIW AI"DBOLD. NEWV OARLEANs: h TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. IS39. an The ltagnrrtioa.-On yesterday, at twelve o'clock th A GovernorANDRy BIENVENU ROMAN, the govern-. h or elect, of thy' State of Louisians, was installed into in n ofice in the presenee of both te anches of the Legisla- pa t turn, and a large assemblage of lhe military, invited is Sguests, and cit'nens generally. The hall, gallery anld h ., lobby of tire houss of representalives was erowded to overflowing. The gallery presented a brilliant die. play or ladies, who adorned and beautified the scene,e p and added greatly to the effect oft Ire ceremony, eO N After the Senato joined the house of representatives. r 'I with its President seated beside tie speaker of the in a. house,the committee of arrangements announced gov. di ernor White,lthotook the contral chair on the speaker's I stand. Soon after, the comnnitte announoced governor It to Roman, who came in rnd Was seated near the clerk''s er table along side ofIthe preiiring judge of trihe Supreme Court. Presently the oaths ofoice were administered to the governor elect by tbe venerable Judge Martin, i and he aseended to the chair occupied by governor e White. who retired; thus indicating the end of the old term and egianirr of the nee term of /gcie.- It Governor Roman then pronounced the following inat- jt gural address : s Fellow Citizses of the Senate, h do .dnd ef the House of Represenltatives: f I present myself, for a second time, heforethe d da representatives of the stal., to express my ersti. u rtudoefor the mark of confidence whi , 1 have re.. X3 ceived from the people, and tor ng.ge that I will " fulfil, to the besl of roy knowledge and atiliti the n irk imp.rtiant trut o which I harve leten called. a Cunvinoced by experience of mry o.nt incapabil ity to discharge stii.lneitrily the duties of chief kse magistrate, I avoided, while my ntnme was present ll ed to my iellow crrozens, for their suffrnge, exclt - p sk ing hopes which I was sensi le could not be raa. lizhd. 'lThe peopl:e had salrady had an opportunity ins. to judgle me, and I invariabiy referred to the past J' as my only pleidge for the luture. I shall enter upon my ditlve withourt having an to a single Ife promise, witrho:t having contraoced any oblig c tins.,, titer than thos which flow from Ithe solemn to onblh which I have just taken in your presence. r I announted, bolere tIh electlion, that I wor'ld he the (.verinr of Louisiana, and nOtt the chief of a party. I em proud it) repert thai declarntlon t erg trer. Reegniztng in every citizen the right to i ter, act and to thhlke Ireely, in reintion to the geat I tes polrtic I q :estions owich divide us, I shall i.now how to respelct in oihe:s that independJelce of hd.s opinion which I :l.I m for myself. "T'hose whit and think that it s nt lnou ell to be hoinest, ca, able, r and faithfu l o rhe conesltutons, inll rder to mseort r. public' elplii)nent, are themselves, in my opin t J ion, unworthly if any. rls Tile tRfie tonu which I nm abhut to enter will ff' e, I trust, thr last of my p litical life. Ith eloln s ,t. to time alone to decide whth.her I -'all carry with tide mn,in my retirementl,the only reward of which I hdis can ihrealltr be atllbiious-.ihe approbation of t ibis ty fellow itliztles. I shall endeavor, ait least, to a& deserve it, by the coons alntirins exercise of trly do ireble powers, in thle mrint lance of a just anrt JA firm admlinistration of tile affairs of tihe govern. SJ ment. do A tendency to disorderand lawlees violence ap eer pears, of Inte years, to ihnve manifested itself in w society. Brutni Ilrce has too oftce, from one err ndJ tretmiy of thie Unionto tle rther, usurped tle rot. place of tile law. I cr nIt upon tilhe spport uo is the legi.lttare, to enable met to dlischarge the ditty co,° reclured of ire miy the co stitultionl, to take ctre ,tp ,that the laws be taiihfully executed, and Io cause toG them to be respeced,a, s the invnriable rulrs to 7d whicth evervy ctiiin in bonund to selbmli. O. Thie present ndvanced Iperitl of olir session dues Oal not allow itle to subnmlit l .uor encmsidcerarln mityv :on Iew suhjectu several whih Igihllt have r neronettl oa. dlirn already objects ot'orr dlibeltieoh I crnlltnt t rltse if, on this -ucaslonll, with pl intilg out thole, to Carwhich 1 thin.. it mtt duty tocill our ntrention, ereserv e long the 'uther develolren etI of imy vieows fur slelerdl lard. oummnnications, which I shall avr tihe honour to ad. drecnto) yolt 1 have'ofen urged a reform of our ehisting system of public edoacliin, Rod I (blhn it acceaserv again to do so. Tie intelligencv of the people is tile bnaie il whiclh rests the stability of our inolitulionsl it is the only support on which we caut rely to Inainil tile supre macy of tle laws. Ifr despotic governloents find somne times an adeaotuge in checbking tie cilifflion of lieht it is always tihe fi6st duty ofa poipular one to alfurd to all tile citizens thie means of be.oming acqnainled wiih their righlts, and of acquiring that degree of knowledge indllpensibly rEccessary fie the peformaceof the laub lie fuonction which may devolve Ipon the.ri The legislilure of louisiana has shown iteself fully sensible of this truth; fir there is not a state ini tie Union in whiech uch liberal irovisions have been mnad to brini iostlutetion home ti the people. ;l'he i ate of 'eww-l ork, in 1838, appropriated itlei hundred uud ten tltieond dlollars for tile salpport of its primary schools. Louia:neiu, in the sumw year devoted line hundred uand fifteen trnunand three hiundred artd iglhty-twn dollars ti purposne of public edlention. But, in Now-York, firev. ludred aun twenty-igiht thiousnd nine hundred and thirteen puplilsrofitrel b Ithin bounty of the state; while rhre we rcttanot even ohrain complete returnr, showing the convdtinp of thie ase mies we know, how.. ever, that they are ateaded by only a very sln.rl portion of tihe children of a proiper age to receive instruction. Such faeti appear morire conclusive than any argu ireits which could re t,rrged, guinst the meithod we have niopted for Lhe dliastriution olthre funds dedicated to this object. Threy ourght , iduce you to inquire, whether it would not be advien:bl" to abardrn tire eyes-. tent, in order t. ndopt one in lion of it, which, in ittes states of:he Uion lhaI received tine sauction of expo rienceand of time. The means of increasing lire prospet ity and wealth of our interesting stae, by fneilitating co;mmunications. and perlfeeing the imenus of transporltatin, claim your altentive care. A cemillerci'nl pollion unr.ivalled in tile worlild, a soil of inrxbaustible feetilitv, anti caprble of such varied proiluctions, mvusr give us an incoeitesita ble advantage over the other states, as soon as notr spii rit of nterprize .hlal he prnmprtilned to oi r rn - sonreen. Ciniidlerble pu!llc works are already in pirogrenss; great eltrls are I:eing mIadle aroud un Ii ear in nut roitual bstalcls, toi o;:len new oiutles for the products of ngricullure sand indutrv,and to divert from ts a parl of the commerce which naturally belongs to us. if we remain stationary, while every thing around r reir not to rose l'e n nlPvi I, of our posdin lls indispennahle that we shoeld ii rtieilrl in the general impulse of the public ilmind, which, in time United itaiee, appears to be directed towards ilnernal inprovemrents, wlth at eoasanily increosivg ardor. " In this rivalship of industry, which we are enalpelled to nuolain, we ulht,e ho rever, toconsuit or ne mins od eronrrn:e, nud calculnte before hand, mt wlat ition we will ilace tihe venesary lillits of expenditure. III.. prorveeintoits nlllt to lie sidllertekeni y tr srnte Ilonly for 1ini genreral ierrreit li oIfr cllllltitrrl; al it tIrver call I.e fior riie gei.niiil giod tr nrkie ney.r aei ditire, tI coi raL i lt o.r debt, tilout irst blnlg uoatd or Iaili Imean to Ineet Iatiei. in reelranl states f uthe nicltl, gerologilal survoev Itrine br en rdered. and hove bcrn Itrodutilve of andvar tpgeni i rerulto The georlugy of Louirinam has neoer beenf oeplored, aunl ,,ers itIch llllr nllltnje field then is rli or'd tb tiiue whoim re i nurquan tred whit tl:e riche, ned resollr.s of l the country. Itcanchre intor tihe filmnalioll of our roil, and iei character ilf tire ni serials of wlire it is comp oredl ut be irighlly Iloresr ill IIt gricuhltree. end rul, rid ,u bterdlyv, openi to is new lrnlrllire' r irlu try. III. , rmriliin nl the p-itentri rv at inton Rntler reqrutires vonnrtlrtention. 1Vnaiiethin etabllishmento n was vet inmrinptete, it wouid hvte been unjrmt tio require hot it slmuld irnish the imnti tot av lie e.perlesu oc coosioned by tl conviicts w urr :onfirted in it. lnu its prrernt state, we hace a rillrh ir expect that their labor e ill Ine turned to such account am to cover, if' fot en tirelv, at Ilet theo greater iart ofe thee vxlieindilnrve. Tihe :rovarion of the terri:orv IIIt iieinilla Ily l hodv of armid mant, urlder the con,mead of an ffieer ,f the. repltrlir of''enxas, who marchedl the.nm as fr an ihreres. port, in llte ror alt of C:do, i all evet:t li ellhracter Sto extruordinery oll ite oasele over in Silence, by tile anlltroiriea ,f n e state, i sie . I auten tn llddmrns tro selfi tirle E:xrective f tire Uiolln, end in solicit seti. measures as rill,in fltur,, protect is agaiunst a einilar vilno elaw of latioithela fr nnai . Tire alornnt total dilorganizerinn of our militia, with the eaXcellion of a few crpa of nvolntleers, wlr lose zeal cannot he too mucih enburagal, cOllpels rma to remind tilre legis.aure that urir ellolnltill.ents require that "tie frne ahitetaeli of the state should bhe armed sad disnci. llined foe it, defence." The reprehealeIa proceedings of thsea factious indirldato thome uldar the name of ablilloails ams rsenewead wth u s wort nhy fta betner iaa.n 'ii.hy ihane sucaceedd, by as s.rant the secilou garb of platy. il cone.tn.e wilh theanl I aesnilralb:s. .bho nra io fi blindead as not io perceise riot relion Ja lreesfi oatraged. whee in ber aole tLey excite to nurder nu to pilina.. '|'hene ino.ediary doctlrtas, which have oeaed theao t1r to difflUH thalanlvea mong as, apper to Ihe ao ppl of dicord t11rnWl I.ei u for.is Indoitrens. ilh thes idrtof theUnion. tobltng habut it. di.nolttion. olume Onewvers of e(s gr.eewhom It would nui unjuasr to regacrd as nffelad witih lroral alfenatiol. support hem indirecttly lby Itheir ia.ae-n, amad etsn to have uaderlakna tb lah iof doe molwrrarlU| to an, thit tha interera of the (h. are oppoa.d rh thenef I.t .outh. irLawomer us to ct aupon this su.lmje ithb annL prudi, n ad rsari are; ro ruouifa ulwayi aspiril of cuncilltiiou. Hut nur omleratinn houald not br errnintkbn I far cpprcheauio or pufllaimity. I do nt fear that I shet J e itlw ofree4 by mir ollouiti t. elon1 w dhrshen . nn. that thej will" I'e or f hld ever dispsed r rihtsi by pea.eo h-means, .uen ane i.e dl ls d- l hut nlan by .il ce or.rrs.e shealt becont d am o. p w F-llowe tlbs..n idor my frner adide rsitiO.. i.itl sle to~d. i n r.l ., e ftur tnt he inat. I iad tanonw tpern=F G' onstal. ] iet a it, Oeltin lcike i ner Teints tlg k .,i k with tibe y,,etoe Ly di a te to eiro an:itadah totu H-i mnt olflm thrues whih bs ben new .ittieTo as+ ihs, 1 dire-elity oel up.ilo wilt ot. I oe. ditub the onleny ltel which ouhtto prevail aong those to whom the oPdhes lie tofidned the pl*rdilnshlp of their prosperity. the Ibtthl spirit whieh animates o will be equally my tesrl it rill mite:n ordwen ooadet. a oethoer. tw kds t ed wa mt. hake in view. th n slh te ofnre fomoa anclter ha Judlgel j the Supreme Courl. We undertaind let isl the judges of thii'eourt have tendered their M resignations whichl have been aeeepld, bet Jude l pl Martin. Whit course he intends to perrso we have not been informed, in relation to it,but it in IN expected, generlly.; tht after the inoauguration and the new Governor is inerolledn nto t o4e, he I will resign likewise. Thi will give en opportun e ty to tfie Legislature to rt.norganie the Supremr C Cunrt, by increnaslng the numher of judges to..te, the naximum provided for and intended by site h Cinstittion, and by putting able and effiient b men nn the bench. We should think Jodge Mo r. tin hinsrelf would recommend this. No man knows better than him, the importanes of nneh n change, for he is thoroughly acquainted with the hbusines and duierof tIlin ctourht. He knows how laborious and multiplied they are and what labor and research it requires to discharge thest. Surely d then het will not remain in the nsway of reorgnisin the court. He has every thing tolose and noth o o ngin coin by hulding on to hia oslcs. The rei I. putation os a jurist whieh he has already gained is at stahe, tend this ought to he dearer to him d thin oefie annd money. It is evident he can e d quire no more fsme h I jtee nd be mait be t Sontent with hat he has on hardo l earned in the coutrse of a Inn judicinl elreer. He ashould 'eflert on his present eondition and nituatien on the ton beh ; 'or altltheo t he still retains ina rest r. degree the stroie and clear intellet with which I's oe was entlowel by nanture, hi. physcal powers or have failed hito and he has become inapealle of r judicinl tlhnr. i i n no longer in cnndition to r0 maintauin hie ehlrecter ae an hie jndesor suotsin d is reputotinn fr eomprehensive judgment nnd rextensive legal display in writing out hin decisions. le Bit so far as the public intereat is concerned. his Slonger centinunece in office ise serious public in II. jury, we therefore hope that Judge Martin will re sign in the course of the week and let his place hr filled by anolher, and one who i able to per. form Iall the duties of this oimce well and with he despnteh. If this is not done we shall again ad .ver ti this suhject. It involvee connideratlinos too importtnt to the state to be overloked for e ie motnnte The public fntisioneary who hold office nnd is untnle, or bails, Irom any csause, to die. ileharge the duitis eitendtnt on it, ohould at one t be called l, account. No syrmpthe i,: appeal to S- past andlong srvites, should exseue him. Hie 8'own sense of deereney self respent, and publiec It justice, lhould induce him at once toIn ive nup an er Tffer, the rlutie of which he is no lner srible ti I perftrm. If li he will nt, the Legislaturre is btnnd. ° however painful tlhe duty, toapply thie appropriate remi y. THE T^UE AMERICAN,for the Centoy, to be puhliehed once a teek, at $5 per ann in, payable in advrnce.--.\'e have a prospectust in the press for a week. ly edition of our paper. If we receive the anticipated eocnuragement, it will be issued forthwith. Those who are desirous to become subscribers, will ples se call at the News Rloom and leave their names. We cars assure our friends thal it wll be arranged with great eaie;enn. tuninig a correct view of both home and fireign mar kets. The eorreapondence of the True American is superior to nhat of any southern paper. New type will be employerl, and its appearance shall he equal to that of any reounern paper. if not exceed it. Our friends arre rpectfully solicited to forward eubhelipaians. Pamnents will Ie due after the deliverr of the first numlrr,as the Country paper will be continudl regular ly thereafter. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. Letters received by the last arrival frrom Tam pieo, (of unquestionable authnrity) state that the English claim of the Mexican Government, the whole of Ynrntnn for the debt dar them. By the Cuba from Galveston, we have the Civilian of the first inst. The Civilian gravely delaresits want of conidence in the truth of the repurl of lanale R. De)hn, the murderer of Franc.e Baker, being alive. lie is dead to neertainty. Ntminnlinoe made by the President of the Repub lie If 'Texan, nd confirmed by toe Senate. Anr lrigham. Treansrer, J WV Monsed,l 1. Anditor. Jan. QG Welehireyer, 2nd Auditor, Jamnier IV Simmion, Comptroller, James Menrtn, N;avy Arenl, (;re. NM Ci.llinlsworth. Collector, Edliardl Burliriien, GolanI. IV. L. Fisher, Li. COlonel, Frontier Regiment P. L.. Wvatt, Major, I Sills )insmotre, Chief Justice, Matauorda county; P. O. l.nmplkii, Chief Justice, Hliitsioi clonnli Fi. 0 W:llas, Collector of the Port of Lahlcee; R. D Dta ; do. Sabine Pass; 'Tlhos. Harvey No.trv Public, Matagorda; Wm. Firfanx Gray, Not's. Pub. IlHarrisburg c.. Santl. A. roberts, The Boston Collector George Rancroet, has received iuchlt prain. Irom n pertion of the press, for appointing Nathaniel Ilawthorna an Inspector, and sundry editors as hin deputies, tide-waiters, rc. Bancroft certainly I deserves rank as a hlsterian and man of letters, and it is a credit to him to bestow m ftice.on intelligent men, men who have toiled in that meet sterile field-liters. lure. But anecroft is a red mouthed politician and ever willing to truckle to power for place. He degraded his reputation for letters, in his feverishl an'. iety foradvancemenit and oflic.e, and a willingness to do saenvenger work for a party, which has dirty work Snough in all conscience. George Bancroft and A. H. Everetit are name that do not call up tihe loriont aess. tione that should eternally hover around the I terary gentleman. 'I hey remind us of unprincipled syeo phanlt, who are content to sing theim praises f anny i rioter who will give them a seat at his board. Hlaw. thoi rne is another of that clas. lie in styled bhy the Baltimore Republican "a thorough roing democerat" a ft associate of Baneroft and the rest. We are proud to see littrary men win their w)a to high places. but we deprecate the mean spirit that consents to be pa. troa.;ed. Let the force of genius wing the upwa rd flight. .sin tha case of Jouln P. Kennedy; and not lte sacrifice if principle. SAN CaRaLo.-The great tragedian. Booth, cornm mences his engagetuct to-night. In consequence of Gabriel Rav-I having mct with some accident which will disable Iint for a short tim.e tbheengagement of the Ravel family is given up. So soon as Mr. Booth's nights are over. Augusta will appear. Iet tie sus celtilule put a double guard uplon their ieartl--if her eharlot have inot a malting power, we know not whose have. FATAL DUELa--A fatal mestinog took place in the parir-i of Lalayette in the Attakapas, afew days since, Iwtwreeln .lr. le. La looissaye and a Mr. John Saun ders. They fiugiht witlthbowe-isknives-t former gen ri tleman beiig iltnlutly killal-tls latter being danllger unousl, perltps mortally wounded. MN .tDERo.-The Ascension lleaeld of the Sd inalaut. lrings the iltclligelnce of tile recent mturler lof two tra dor ino a canoe, about seven or eight miles from Donald sonville, in the parish of St. James, by some of the neo grows of the neiglborhood, w ho comifessed that thle mur deal men Ihal Ibeen Irucklhig with them for fowls, ofilring such a prie, anil when they were brought de elihed taking them, when a difficulty arosa which lwr Ininated in the death of the traders. The Nashville B lnnerof Ithe 29th says: It was rain. inl Ibrihkly last evening. Tlhe river had fallen to three feet tin the sluols. It will now rise again, Onust prob. ab!y. IstrnovnateT -Whaa the anlirgentmet of tihe Erie canal is completed. New York will have expended S40,ut0, 00~ in her internal improvements. Thia is a reanul sum, but whatia in when compared with tlhl im mense and incalkulable adnantaes the State has and will ever derive from that improvementl The increase in the value of property in the vivinty of these public works, would three times over, per the coas. States that hanog hek in the work of imprusatneut, as stand in in their own lisht, and if they desire ponlerity to thank them, they must leave them iLnpovemlenss wit a debt to pay-not "no debt and no improveesebt." Free Boiong is Inditna.-A general bankie law Itl . loW to inello trao the etock of the lantl RJ are, amen tsits mrlt.trn. nowmuuder consdelation by the eIr .laturr of lldiana. J. Tc. h-The rit'sens of New OrUsn. will have a uniy oeing Mr Baoot tonight in his favour lharacter of Richard. It has been thought by some blld those who,pretendt to judgeyhti sincethe ..yes f Kos, tH.a bloody Gloster" hsi hi.d no.-prsenta tibes qual to Mr Booth. We are willjg ealdehiml etiedit he deserves as an actor, ad mthe re n tany _ Ihem who will apeiaud when applause is due. Pub- 1 lie expectation ihas been raised to see Mr Booth, and inct ,he diseappointanentIt which it was subjected on a for" arti mer'onession, hbs ant eeased to be rmemberad. The for humbug of mental alienation, and qucentricity heas lost it charm--it will not go down in. this eliy Lett Mr Booth pat a proper eesitait upon his vagaries and Splay through his engagement like a ean. He will gain by each a counse-tb prsae a dilkrem one, will be to reap the rewaill of hit dlsregard of propriety and by decorum, and it will n esorely fall, and in a way that . will not be very pleossat, as any of his "kntaesic tricks" are played. Mr. Forrest is now flfilling an engatement at the Camp street Theatre. Parallel he been drawn elsei- r a here, between him and Mr. Booth, and by not a few, rit e he has been considered the superi.r of the two. The . r, et steadfaatness of his conduct and charaetes-his punct-e. rea r. elity in all his engagements havejustly entitled him to | n a consideration in the public mind, which the way wardelas of Mr. Iooth's career hbus frequently foreat- ilv Sed. Lee not an. additional stigma be attached to the latter's name durintg this enggement. He may rent essured that it will not be sufferedelo go "Ucht bee"- Snor can he, under any cireumetances, eree find an tI adipete here again. Q We have written the above as a warning to one, who h- has trifled withhisiaudience, and front whom the patrons ". of the drems here, will tike no further trifling. tHe ad willihave an opportunity of winisng laurels-let him e not ather r in stead wreaths of e. ' The Navy of England is rated at 53t sail, mounted be witha3,000 gtnns. n The Navy of France is rated at 250 salt. e t Governo Porte ehao appoinoed JtaeC.n ,-Jarhe, Req., be of Indians couiltve caltl conmlaseelere leugiaytva-i Snin, in ilnceof Theaddeus Stevens, nsq.. reaigeed. Mr. C. was iresident of the Canal IBoad under tivernorr ieh Wolf. tr The Nkshveule Banner of the 30thl ult., says: i of Ex-President Jatkson is in town this week, attending d to le trial of three of tlih ntegrne, lhargel with tilling a ,negroe man belonging to itokely I)onelntn, EiKq. We I saw the Ex-Presideut at the aeart house yeseorday nd very buty in gpivin diretionn to Iis ceunsel, in bil n eown empltati tmshner. He leooke as oell as Ite did fine years ago. in. HARVARD UNIVEIRITT. -The fl,,winteu nppoint ments eone been repoured to the over'eers of liat. o vard Unirersily, by the corporalion, for conceur. ice rence : Jared Sparks, Esq., to hbe M'Lean Professor er. of Hilaety, etd the Rev. James Walker, D. D.; lt Charleston, to be Alford Professor of Civil Polity i nd'Mofal and Intellectual Philosophy. dc ens DIABnLItaL ATTrPr TO Pitoin --The last King. estn Heral I contai+, an account of a mll din.t Sbnliesal attempt to poison the military forces at ice Br,ckville. The government haker at that place lie. discovered the punches, of water with which It' Swas about to knead his bread, in a state of far mentation. He immediately had it examined by a" amenieal man, whot pronounced it tie be ,-tronkly y fil impregnated at te enause the death of every persin lie partaking of tile bread made witll this watrte. A ;es+rter from the patrilts, whi lle lie tit befre n jollnld the Queen'l Borderers, has been arrested on t t os'ii-ieen. FOR H aVAN 1-Regular Packet. Sb r The Al packes hooier T'l.AZIR:., apt. Grteatlal; will positively sail on Thursday evening, the 7th inst. Thir schmoner wa hul nlpresaly lore pauss ig veserl, having splendil furnished state ronma for 31i pssetegars; adl tor asred iii) accomlndation is Iulurpaserd by any in the trade. With aln raxperienced commandes , sewaard aml

stewarrnrds ad table supplied nilh the Ibeat tlie market afftlirda. For freight of 3(10 barrels or tulk,or assg,%, apti on board, Picayune Tier, or to (0a fe WMI POItTER, 95Commnnrr a crOl LIVERPO i 'listAThe AI otl copered ship EQUATOR,ll J Bisson. mas.ter, will have deapatch. For ( freight ol 200 InIna, or passage, nanpy to FOR LIVERPOOL . The new and fast a-iling ghip BtntW. DITCH, 'Thomipson, master, having most of iher earge engaged, will have disp.rcth. For baluance oflright or asaarge, aplylv to Is5 S & JP WNt.l T E ', 73 Camp tl rt-R NEW YORK. asO fIr t psailina enppered ri AS. at SASOl7.'l'Troll, master wi have despnalc. Fur finigli or ,ssnge elily tu t &. IJ P t."fNt.. ,73Campri FetR NIaW yiIRK regtulstr packet of the 161h inst. IIOLIEiS' LNET: Oh PFi x KEie. • . The 'ast e sailir eaplperid antl copperr fastened recket ship NASHVILLE• .. rid, intrna er, wtll rail as sahvey. For i rrielr or parsier, ha itg eleranl ac.aommrodalion, apply tu tle aplain oil board, oppeoite the Vegntabr al arke.lr In lr5 A CNHEN, 90 Common AR at FOR CI I a -RY E 'OY. ''l sarilan B aa rdav nexl; lth inst .. The firslt cla a d dtis railing Ilrig FRI'DD~RICK PEARL,Ctapt.SpoaiFira, ern. take 300 kegs lard or the hulk thereof, in bags to make small ntatnage, and will punitively sail a a: o mtve• For freight or palsage,hnvin good aeenmmnaltimra, apply Is fe5 L H G tL,S L, 93 Come n at rro tNTs'-Prase-sionasnlre given immediatlyv. I That desireble,and well finihed dwelling hollre, now in complete order, at tlhe calner of Camp and Julia streets. Apvr on the pleniaes,. or tn (5 W PRIrCHARD d Jt' TAGERT Jr. 30 barrel S .A mericn DBrandy, 20 kes Gloshaen Butter, BEL hoxes starch, S0 kegs Buckwlea t meal, 5 r ores hatllnperialtat, o i do do aenitlers do., 20 lhalf barrels mers shad, Lsnnlinr fro:n hip Adriodalol:h, fir sale v re5 G WV PrltL'CIIARD & JO PAtiElRT Jr. KWAftV E (F A S tiVINe.I.R-A person re r . Te ritxa, ar, pa·sinltg by tie nameofr JPlairker took tr Lail fir H-firton,.Texas, on the 72thh o ni)eem rtot, rb Comptroller's OLme-SeesadMeuicipelity, isew Irertan, Ftlh. i, I: 39. Ir)UBi.IC NOTICE isl heirehly giren, lhai I will ad ijudicate at my afieC, to Ihe lowest liider, on Thuradav theI I4td intant, at 12 o'clock, the repsiring, for rts ealr, of oll the pared -Ireta, and sidewalkr bordering oa thi aasme, within the limits of tat mlunl ei}rality. 'liare eontrator so give hold withl rio or Alor veaurhien, in the n of 301)O 0 for Ihe faitlhltl prform oar of tie duties devolvine apon hir . Paymeni to he made mnthSyl, in sash on the certifleate ir tilr Srver. or that liar work lh been seralted aeenrala.g to aon. Itract. J CAILHOUN. feL5:td Comptlller [\Itl..:Y'Slt & nad Books of Ilisltory, Joust receivedan additional tulppl) of the I)have very popular school books, by A TrIWAR, fe5 49 Camp at 8,OE9THF. & Schillrr's select moinr I nles, Sketelles of rnarried life, by Mnrs Fallen, lt Besthe, The I.ife nd character of rhe Rev. atnal H atearmr. Jsat received and for sale by A TOIVA It, rie 49 Camp 0t NEW YtiK Sr lioaertetn Hil, 24 ".rlrae..street, hy DAVID FELT & CO. Evirv article in 8tationarv reedy made, or to order, put p, at shart notice. iVholesal l or retail, csll or approved credit. - re5 SrtI'A'ol(J.- ilS 0 bills in are lrder, in fliur bar . rels. ia store, fr sale by G IDt)tsEY. resf 44 New Ivere I.I(LAKa Itarets sed nRllieads-00 first J I. ilitily ,olane bahrrels; aelnh, 75 do. do. t log-terdsn in primnle order. for antI by I'fe WI Pi)tI'ER, 95 Common sat THIS IDAY. 8000 !Capital Prizes Tikhit nnly $250 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. fDrawllg of Ilt Grand State loltery Class F, Extra. 1, 47,6r, 67iii, 6, 2, 25, 60, 73, 5i, 58, 4, 1. Nos 4, 2ll, 37, tie Capital Prize of $l8,00ni, was sold to r J N tl'nloraa, a nlerehnntoftl is crly. CIL.AS IS . II. AtlhoirieaJ by the I.sgislatlre of tJ Slestain. Tlo be dr ltwn a ls y, l eb. 5, 183", at 6 o'tloci, P. 1r aIt Birhhp's Halel. S i)AVIS .YCO, .,anag-re. 75 Drn nulr l rawn iar-2 Dr Ballots. Splendid &lrns. 27814 Prizes. amounatlg to $118 683 Tickets $2 .50--Halves I 25-Quarters 0 63. Paebkss lr 25 Tickets fir$6 2 50, warranltd ta draw at teset $:3l. Pakeboasa rf55 -lalf'rickir $.31 25 war sranteld I draw at learlr $15 i0. Pahkngeaofa a Quoarler Ticketas $18 75 warrantrd to draw at reast $"i 50. For packages of single tlerte, pplyl at she MANAGERS' OFFICE, Fetll 16 bChrtres At LiLLU K.-..na talans lamsding frnoa ateb-ser Danaie, I and Ior sale by t Dl)llS y, s i 44 New Levee t HIStKE --M hl Reotified, landing trot ateam Y (boat Danube totieels lay S.5 , ,;. DO)RS.Y. dl New Levee I i.tt-itial kegs let.Lg tram cseanmer Flua:lier and L fir sale by Gi DItIME., 44 New Levee. fe5 I "and forrale by J 'rHAYEl k Ca,, 5 b 74 I'noydras At UNNY BAG.I00 hale it busheul aOunv nags, in tore, ead tbr sale by fe5 J T"AYF.R& Cr,74 I'nydr' st IArieflr article in rtwe and flr sale by S3.., J ITHAYER & C'o, 71 Pyd, asot LACKIKINI -S5.Mlil, erntaining 6 tz. setnh, anll I 12aes, eecmtailitg o 'il do` oJell Ltlh I's pt it blackbbg, aulinmdoltiomwhi Nashville, for .ale by ,5p4j4 !d flnt4B tE 4.,,135ltlaIaaaeiAt St AVANi j Ai l riancm e Hauvna a.par' tlbr aaltby $ n II RIDGE & l a, 4e 134 Magazine at f 8NUL LH ClOth Paper--l'ust rcePived 4 nams of era, fim Engli.h cloth paper 30 .l 45 inch., 32 bh 45 inclh., hd36 hv 43 inch.; a supelr [ article. Also, 5 grace Day Mari pate blacking, Vi for sale dy aAVIDF PELT & Ci,94 Chartres et Ic fe4 N Y Stationam Hall I) OIIJS' Medical Bokh-I.oauia i n Phrhisis; do. on L hloudleuiug, a new supply, ral amp ab .. A'TOWAR, 49 mp t I OOT~Y , SHO,:S, BROGANS, &e.-48 cases vs I ouamI qualitia, for gentlemten, ladies, miuses, boys, youths sd chlldem, forla by s feI " ISAAC 3 QOE &C o, 134 Magazine at I` LOTHING-- canses eramnable Clothing, landing S fram ahip Noantulm, fir male by f re4 ISAAC GIDE & Co, 134 Miagimne st MAY.3RATY'.OP NEW OtLEANS. T:liE pri'e o;t;1iZ Ibur to-day i. $7 75 parbarel 1 accordting a the tarlo tg e Ieee shall, gi dgiv d-rin tishe enning s (frrlOm' Moandy 4th ili.) 37 noun Sec If bread for am'mt. . jlsa oiflhe caaond luallty is reqired to weigh 25 per calt mome. vsic 46 oances. a e4 , C. GENNOI, Mayor. (1 iIT15' Admiralty Digest-A Iligent of eases in J tilewa, e rt o Admiralty in England, in I vol. lav, lst received and forsale hy r fe4 ALEX TOWA R, 49 0.mp t I.t UI.IIERIRY & 811k Wnrme--A 'Pretaiie on sIe - Milllherrva nd Silk Worms. trntalated from t e Chinese, I vol,vo,juat received and for stle at the nBooktre of A TOW 4R, lel 49Camip at a . EE'-Helfhorrel mei mud primne, at the intpc a J tlio, ill stloe, far sale by 6 DOREY I fe4 44 New Levee n TO BE DRAWN THIS-DAY. The following are the drawn numbers of the Louis. iaen Lottery, Class 43, for 1839: d Tichke 17, 63, 69-package Na 1199, entitled nthe 2nIt capitl prihze of d0l dollrse sold by Schiyler, bro ker. 10 CaImp m. The holder it requested to call at this ofire and receive his money. 4, 342,4 55, 63,,3, 69, 17, 50,3, 49, 3, 19. . $12,000 CAPITAL PRIZE. or LOUISIANA LOTTERY. Authorized ib Act aofl.eislatore. Chapter XI.III, paised Mlch 21. 1829. Claoo No. 44 for 1831. to be draws' one S.trtlny, Pot.. 5, 11:39, at 5 o'clock, P te. at tlhe xelnhalne Ilntel, St. Charles st. Ve D. S. GREGORY & Co. Succaevors to P'AT'ES McINTYRE ,. Co. "' 78 Numbhra-13 D)rawn Ballots. av GRAND SCHEME. Priz.s aimountina to $189,070 Tickets $4 00 Halves $2 L00-Qnartere 1 10 :. Packages of 25 tlicket fo $1i110. Prekages of 25 half tickelas $5.00. Packn0ee of 25 Quarter " irvkel for r$25 00O. For Paekaee. or single Tick Ia apnlv at In. S GREGOIIY & Co, the Manages office. y febt 195, Catal street. n'at In nmp st UCHOOL BitOKR-Bliank bimks, paper of all kinda S inkb quill. and a general assortment of books, slitahble for country merchents, can be hald on good . tertn at A To tVA R'I t fe2 Bookstore, 49 Camp st ce -LICKS . TIMlEPIECES-Just opened at 16 "''/ Chartres rt.,2dnzcn warranted Odav Timepiece., . a superior article. Palenas ll n ud eaamine the r l ame. by N. B. Clocks, Tinmepieces. Waelches. Muoic loxes, .1 aned Jewelry enrefully repaired, and warranted;l hrgesa iOn i radorte. fe2:51 A t ALMON--25 qr hrael:; 50 eighths and 200 kel. re a sanon, ladmi fronm sihi ( Charleston, for sale by on fe2 &J P WlllITNEV, 73 Camp st CTLOTPIIING-Ihl eame, ceompri.ig a general on nartn en of lmlllatdllllt, Pataltt.inoUi Vests, Shirs, &c. now landlng and for sale by jl0O I BRIIIGE & Co, 134 Magazine l a IAI'-R! PAPER--!an received at 24 Ch4rtreaet e A 809 ream Blandvwine iletter apesrblo & white i '211H) " Hal,bard'a do do dlo do red 100 I) D Ames do do di do tha 500 Hodson's do do do do mi 500 f" ie & euerfline cap lbin & white. ker Part of thes ake.are plain and part ruled., together ge, witlh a good assortment oflsero wtitin papers, lchll as foli post, delsmy, medium. royal aidl nu.er royal, blue aee and wh:le, for "ale on aermi.oltoting tern a, by DAVID FELT & Ca, N Y Stationera Hall, Ja?)8 24 Cha(rtre st For UN N Y B HtlO-I G Lannlv tlsg in store, for ale, 'I by CIHAII1LIN & COOPS Il, It _jn?8 82i Julia st W ~7INE-150 haxes Claret and Sauterne Wine. in S store and Ihr saleh by ja28 CII A M I.bN & COOPER,81 Julia mt S EP- -100 b a , isre, and fr sale I v Far jl'2L J ITHAYR &I(Co,74 i ,'ndrosst [(ORDAGE., 4;.-1410 coile Itrred Kop.., .ulert. - I sizes, Isan 2 to 6 inche ; Sp nyarn and Iatlits tnal; , Deep -ran d Ilanclead line.; t.gging I.auller, &c. for sale bv jnt'8 RIEKAl) & f %RSI'tt.W,7 Bank Pl'ta I)AI.E HtOPE--'4I coils Bale Rope, of euperior Squality, far taln by jn29 ISAAC BItl4 D.E &Coa, 131 Alagnzine at AI lAl.-276 tons ftlit hest I.:nglish ronl, well anised New 'ailte, fcr sa e by &. MILL.S, jat29 Rank Place E;RKO Ir(tOGkNS-b0 cases tassett broegna, N rlnma n 'llau xtrao siz,. flr .-ale by j29 ISAAC riill DL;I & Co, 131 Magazines) F 1,1UR-O-600 bnlrrel. choice lraeds, laiding from flat boats, and lor sale b) j9; I) 1fR'SElY, 4 New I.evee G jUNN1' UA(;--36 bnles in *tore, .nd fTr sale by ja29 G IDORSKY. 44 Newv Irvee AIl(--t100 keyg Ilr sale by •I ja.9 .l'S TsO7 AT7ERY, 48 Gravier l F L' UR-3t0 btlaolwrfife laudi.g from ateau r I S nplendid, in stor.nir. .le by jan31 4. I4IR-EY, 44 New leven D AIN'I'S--Chrome gree ald Ilnack Iai.lts, aoterd kegs; verdigri anil black paintn, gram iti il. ia cani.tel, friom the New Bledlr 'nlea sm painm ill, lir sole by IAAt, IILIDGI V Co, ja30 "134 M.anazine a ITIIIRE4L4.AS,--:14 caaesma Gi ngt n.am an4 Mnta U Ubrellas, lnella, sizes and qanlitirta lor slt Iby jan. 3.1 IS 7,A " B4I I4E & t o. 1:14 Mlagzine at L AID-_'t9 kegs priae leaf ILanrd, In44ni44, and l . IL Pale hy J THIAYI"R &Ct, ja39 4 i Peydra FURNITURE! FURNlI'UIIE!! j UtT received at t e I.ionluiil Furitrate Wnre. OUtse, a large suppl) f'fl)lleme. r'or and I41,. toun. I'eronsa in its wan. o 1ilr'u ritare nold d ell to call.and select -heir articles from onie of tl," best and largesl stucks now in tile city. WV It (A INES, d46 5:1 Bineille st N B--Particular attention paid to packing and s4lp lag Furtiture, fledp al'eapecnse. d(.-2w I HRI.'l'AIAS and New Year'. Gila-A l.w of the C English and American Annuatl, till to be had at the Bankstore of ALEX T'iOWAR, Where a large asstrtmlent of the Books suitable for the season can be had. d'8-.41 IMPORTANT ro MASTEIS or STEAM BOATS The subserilbers have in aore a few barrels of Bitumiuated Pet,n new article lnately invelted in New York. A fea barrels of this Ieat wasp oan hiard th Great nWeserl on ler last tri:,;tle ear eer stn:es that toe result ul'flt trinl bla satialiod hi that 1104 Ibs. o eat aru. tqua to 3!: mlhs.,le Con . a1l litht in aser .en re there. s dimault ia get ating or kee.pi.g a gao.I healuofs teum,u l tbias tl i ,a tiapeilW.l* . wI'he di Vectors Ib eaAh t Western dtCle tile purchase it j10. itrls fr tlhe asa of Ih ahbi, whiEch w p4 n bouaerd on her lAst dle,arlure. LFor a traal, alply to S L)CK &Co. NC) 8 Frent Levee rt N lB-ut 2 belsla a a time can Tonly Ie delivered to oo team boat, until wa get u iurther supply Wllich w ll cu al ubw days. dec6 S L & Co J |AVANA CIEFFI'..--40i bugs I rimoe qality E in store, aLod flir sie by ja17 ABRAIIAM TIER, 34 Gravier CO-.'A i'I'NIISHI' N. /'I'ICl. tHE uaoder.in..ud have thi. dsay foned a re)-psrt. Iere ip lilr tLrnsnalotn n of a isenernt Commts aian anld F rwareding hasiners, in this City, under the firm I rjHIIL & ltawI, nl.4d hlsvr tak, tlre kew brick store, ,N0. Sf7, Magazine .srelt, (near P.ydrla at.) r .tkeRGKE II k l.l.,iJR. Referenees: JAIMES G IIILtWN. Stt-tu 4," Avery, Whiting & nlurk, W allonA an. WV Iogart, Bgarl t Ilarwtlmn. aJ T'yer tn urA. W&ooe, tan & Shalu. N aw )RLEANs. Crbrckert & elarlleigl:. John Fairfield & co., Walker, .Itermesn 4' co., (irigis ' Clhikering. losToN.. M 11 I)loan & co i., l Citabn 1 Manney h& c. rnak+. ) .e. Iluvnd T Morgan, P I t " " Witesidegn, ci & Pittseltetrgh, Pesn. Edgerlto do .A amlhridge; la-tietn, 0. Jo.h. W hanottidg . E.q. Clhillic,llte, O. riJ &. II l latueeat t eo. ~e t ile, rTen o. Jame P. I'lnrk. Te E ot A 'IoaO ' S Louetisa)o. d1 12 ANNUALS AND ALMANACS, FOIL 1439. .PI.ENDID Londoln .'unouals,--lhe Iitok of Ray Sally, tsperth en'l.lnotes; Filnden'n ''ableaux, u.d S t4allrry ,,f Brace.; Fi.llrt' Drawintg I4lo Sikrt,'h Blakb Ileauties CGastonm.--I,,ls an,)l lthlaauns; Waverly Keerpsaak.,--''lls Iperio:; Orielntl t onoonl; FIorget te Noa, Jorabln's l',rtanlt Alial; C.,rilatar., Aonont; Caomt Annual; Frientdshi,'s (Illbroag Fisiler's ovenile Sketelh Book; Young Indiasl' and lulng eetlmen'a Alutual Alaric, A Watt-; tlirtrtmaa Tales. American Annua4s. The Tobken elta.atlnlie S.uveli,; Tlhe Violet; Ttle Gilf; Mr (iilmat 's annual Ilegioter & Honuse ife Almanae. Almanac' s. Ateriean Almanac & nepuilnry ofUkr ciae Knowledge t hltl'n Nautiral lonae; 'J.ltn. &. Co a. I.altiianta Almnnea; Crackehll-Colaie-Gsermnsn Alulslnatc Stewarl's I)iary aor 1839, cllotaining a hblank omo randuln for every day of thie y Sear. r E J14tNS & Ca;, eoraer of Stfi Clarles and Cum, .on ate. S.28--5w 4l'The packet ship NASHVI.I.., is ut.w diahlalt ilglo Imr crgtcll.lpPot theVn Vtegetahle salrke. CaU iawtee will please atiteanl b tthe rceii. g of their go. ai. A CtOHE'. Agent. -fbd 9a11 'saomoo a: i 1. I te Ire. MR. EDWIN FORREST. THIS EVENING, FEB. 4, Will he performed the 'Tragedy of VIRGINIU.<. Virtihlne, Mr Itorrrei ti! Icilit, Fredericks, " at I)Dentatu, Jiohnson, Virginia, Mrs Barrett, Servia, Orene. SDance, Miss Wray, An To conclude with the litghable Piece of Gra TRUTH; OR, A GLASS TOO MUCH. Albertt Mr Fredhrtekh. Mma, Mrs Barrett. On Wednesday, Eighth night of MR. FORREST ot rtFu I HENISII WINES FOR SAL.E t 41 hMxes HocLkhriier, ' 29 do Nierrteiner, 28 do Mckobroanc. A in These wines are now Inudino finm Ilrig Alexander from Bremen and have been selected wiltt particulor care. by fictorn at Frnkort,rh lletri nold ologne di al in ing extensively with this nrtil le tir thit ctonotra. On I. ever bottle ..nl etiquTtele is nluied, showine qunlt ty, year ofgrnwl atit h,lrig mly InlIoi as ilmpolter. ell nad gurntrTe the gOIIITactlrn. jja'i AIIILIIAM TRIER, 14 Groviir et lc I\O IRENT--An office oil the tetinii olor, o c.llliI es i Mertenr . Kcllv. Ilurris & Co. I'uiiehciun gciv es on tls ltt fehrumil--spPdv lo k t n W I'IITClIAtIti . J 1TAGEIiRTJR, ja2l rio Povdrn. & ntoenineot Ni 'r PACtl:lt WAN'I'E.--A ilrst ruto P'irker, wellre ,commended fBr abiliy and steadiness, will find 00 -mploIno Ien, I.pplicntion to o IBliOWFI E &C ,, , ate5 17 Campe wt M R ACKERF.t--t.-. iere tOl ttit hirf barretl.en aMtl it Iqr bar, tilt, No. I, i. ando3, MackereI, in astor, for do e mlr tv jol4 J 'I'HlIYV.R & Ci. 7-I 7'fPvdra sat at t1 eh. piulr grei - ti Wilit0 , lnavTna Cigars, i lile friomn hlerqie Roger WVilliams, for sale ibyt JOSEI'I I'O(l'K iNE ., jo24 3.5 Grnvier st C`IOAP-800 boxes No. I and extra Niml, branml Ja., I. ndi ld,.I ck.nn "i ''rnlwbridge, (ino ge Itobbi.ii It, and JIti 5loriim; ior sole le E lnovi joiiii rli'u'l Ii lra Icgs.i iut ir l I la pit t Tu." o.i. ,,' . t Iii Lr'+i, ; .. i Iti.l l i;nd ci h ,ier i" ; h jell! III IROWEII & Co. 17 Cmln at ON iltluios ofostandoard works colnsisting iof the 17 Memoirs of Crmlok, literary and miscellaneous, 4 voltuIIse. 25 do Nopoleon, aS dedicated to Monlholon i 'r & Gourlltld, 7 colt, do Plhiliip d Camieiu., i2 S c. do Cunit de (rilnllnlllOt, 4 ool, A t do Gibbon, 4 ole,. do C atherine 2d,3 vol, de do Guilford, I hs, do Sir I)udiev North, ,od do Sir JIihn North. do Nolmlon, by W II Ireland. 4 vbot; s t do Napoleon.bjy Sevary, Duke of Ilovigo, in 4 vilo. . In addition to the lalve. a large supply of stinidird : works, t.iolt receive, ,for sale lv ea ja/6 W11 MlcKE IN, cor Coiamp & Ciomnllll t gin 4t.CtttIt)t.-1 I2trrola celit tiov I..boietorPuro a C Aleohol, ilowlnndiug from ship C:ol,,ml an.s and for Paeby .. JIrVI & ANI&IINWaS, I' y jel0 iuor i.amiiIIIII I 'ThliTeouhit es S fi, snel by .1 \IVIS & ANIIIIEWS, . io jll ror (com ltio &' Tehonipitllns rts iITE: I.E.A & I.I .,"'I) "II. 1 j150 k~ I t, i re PhIildeliio \\'llile Lcard; Iite ll casks !tih I.inreed r lil, f rele Ivy JARIVIS & ANIRII"W.S, WlieV leot Itrlerictit. ij6 or Cor in ,,ii ..i t ','hoii,,looo is Il. ,AtIN.,--4il, oIlxlxe Ni1 Isiimi, I.orisg's brudl, Sin tlre anil far ildh I'i lIer jea5 .J T'll tERl & 1O. 74 Piivdri. at "Ilt atIK IEKI'Y--5 bhirelo r wilil. lilt .uih hy ilue Y +2. G. I)OR1 I:V, 4i New I.yev it, 111 l.:\ 0.. lt 11 . F:-ill roilo,.ral5 , , 0.iru . n ,r it Ilire, ant lir ale bIv J TII4Yt: ItI A ('t. jt, ; 74 Rvlrnia st t ( I1 CII 1A111' I.IN lOi'1tPIR , hJilisT t j'i 3-bb ,-..kt o n, , i, s l l; -c . - .v... oe C!HI 1.1l & li.N I 1 . II1.orI J;ins l eon, 11111 Ioi xe Vrii il Wil. oliico, nest 11)0 do. IJre'h Ilnlng. Cniiois, i5G A llr do Iil, l l , t 3 i00 .es i iih lllllCll S, 175 bbl A l r to oI icr, i hn r or fr r sol' 1 hoiled 'v 1'Ft' It l v--r111! goll.o. Wlaer ai,,i ,l ripno frini , lilIn sale b) I 11Al.l. & 380i )1)\9N, jit16 ill lliio auiie i '.iter lit'II- rstri. Tliti11 I' .it I lh s:I r.t 3,101 I 111. .1 &r l p .rn m lt l i lniItr hci A JOHIIN V. CfOPI' -I.LATI I'IlTI, •.ce No.1. Camp St. 11 r r ,f',xc haen kull, ,l'ludiig. lipl)hIiui, uo,-inn r t ile i i d vito line calldl . tllllllr i et1 twllillllnr .,Ill rInllt . ier.l aeeu.'to, donor ia:it cilter wrli. Ar. anlwh or. hland, llan usdotlllmnl I1' sil.er plSlld d rllll "nd b door .eien nnvlt Or noal0 [ NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. 5 I RIN(i Mi I ''INti, 1839, will 3 , iiiicel on 'ei w iesdct, 13thi iel 3oie, t3i Ifeei oin soar 5 InIye. "articnlurajin due lime. V N. '1.1VIt, jen:1 I',opriet.Ullr N I,'mV I A' lidil Ieiluk,: f ilrtie I),teilt f it.ien iljuiicaletl in cleIrne of Admiralmti if th U. S. end Eingind; a neiaend cule.a PeI' ti I)iDl'n of eaen iii the Supienit,CiCeilrntnd Diutici Ceulc,,e nen suplply, I vcit, \Violar's £neiteny, a new edlitio, receiced by Ie'u. coat, The ASmeriaOnI Me'diiI Alntaune fir 189, eit ew a.a useful ledieal piietieiiibk fir ntMliedial iirietett, Aniiruiiinsniniii ili he inetlalpproved lice eln Medienl iirks. I. JOHNS & ('a, ja17 __ _ iiieC tinttcuccen ('Iar'ie. etc jOiN-i bIreilu din iiet'd kit cu 1tiee Iee t jla3I) JI'I'-I O. Oiii lcul cicil('71 PIiiibie lPiiifK&c hiulenc~~t lleny 150 baba key, c50 lode eii'ch, sIIeid wloBuite nlathec, liindinig freer siipN'tiioin, wol iloos tlebni ______ _ll0 t I.ll P1i i.I.E, 9'i Ciiiiciil 'Ei(t Canidile ii- i .li.Nni (I,'ibbi ,-, jlna[ ri ceil.u d fl I aly nl1.1.1& Ie 1llS' N, lilt 7lt Magzii e h P':AS--s *s emiukctiii pea, in letrr fioir si, by i jan 1- AH\I I'.IN & C iii P11 O.' Jl.li1 ci 'IUpb jJ(i NS licr iltiter IpaCsIae ,inut receied J Irnn Nea' Yre. 11and1 mill be coil low for Ic',l or apIproed credit. Alci, I IneItriithiii, ndl I , lIallel ji30 NI V Steliuetn Ilitl, ,.I Cliii, sct H..SIa VAN'SNI l':t-lubll ,cti hreb,:cned I _at AIIIJ it I I< I ý)'IIAItItlbL II'ise ibos ,cisy l 11C:1":-50sibe, iiiid Jill lull l;C~ii i, , IIi £tlcrnln. by JII's'S I I& ie fel 711 W04 I)W',', ii liii.eieii/ iiiuicied l' 'N'l.\i 'SibA IC ucuEciti \ov. I.,, I iv 6. jTllhe (iiillint·Libcr Leiner.II of ngelii(s lub aid Woo~dworthl ha, one ofII said Machines put up"1 for list-,) fa, lie, which a lui pereli an eilxtllute; a lie Ihit a iuiillberiiaclitii acinelubui,r eilei, itt It thint~oe i~tIns, iispemng of rise tiile~~. fen usitge~o shul her is dedlnnu tosell by late.l or pariat e.. o nuecy bent einll lthpe llieite. Tliie utinclliiii re lItu' grl.ilteal 'ii. borelliiigp mcinesluerer potii lc-iedeforidessetiirciai em ullltlg plinlk tits, t -or, or hIllordrI fits, weather ,idiot.L' Any perseiidecirniiuilicll iiica, call cII Vil. i1 Itiiirt trelreel, wItere teii cctlieribir ic iei fl' d. ja 19-l1ii 1's. I' HAi'\INet. C OFFI":R-5 bets Havanal Coffee, Iacdinlt from 1j her Ituger lYilblieui, ims sule b:y e221J I' V il (1'.\ EV, 7d Caup e tit j' o . -11111brui. e, it otieii e rtuuE frLI It b j:9 I 1's'S 1rtlIN &C COIEIIII~, l2Juia ,t rIAl-2hS0l kegiPer. in fueml rnt aedr, foernbtlly ja 13 CH)I'PI.IN & CiiI1iP121, 0'1 Johjn a L ONIlIN etinarl llirsrv euilui iui, oi ceuelen anisd cvalunablnworks, Fiir snle Ibl ihne ubrriberi Cmy111TIRG of THE. Workn of Williailm Citlive, i 3 viiule, do Shtirlevn deeunatie and poetical, Illuol., do Shalinbi'ry. iiis vols. do ecuatinil & Illecher, I.1 vale, do (Itisy. in 2vols do Homue, 3 vtdn, with en accouinl of ij life, by Hnlly Mlckebie; do Sir William 'eInemple, ini 4 yole, dio Empivopr JIliann. `. vole, do Fieldileg. I vll , do Rniieii, Loti XIh,4 villa, do L.orenztio tisleiiiiuc,2ln voe, dio Itrhsbrde is Cliauu Iilee'ow, S vol, hoe Sir ICalueilee lirune. vols. Ini eddilioin to thie iebuv'. it Iii ieulleutlion of Inn. dill dltinetunrin ewirkb.. Oil ll'sN piul enurfletl nlutl (inntilniiu Ct SI. Charles Theatre. First eight of the celebrated 'l'lngeudnn This Erening, February 5, Will be performeid the celebrated Tragedy of RICHARD llI.. Richard 3rd, Mr Rooh, Ricitond, lnr-on, Buckingham, Ithrison, Queen, lire Fareln, Lnld Ann. Harrison. An Overture by the Orblestra Grand Pas Seul, by Mad'le Rivenot To conclude with IOMBASTES FURIOSO. Bombanste, Mr Browne, Arkxnnamnes, CoWe Fmblea. " Plamnel ilestifnn, Mrs larrison. WASRINGTON BALL ROOF. r Dress & Masquerade Ball 14t. Philiptrcel, between Iloyal & lBorntlltn. lEl Mannfer of lhe Ahbve nnlrwd Bell Roem, grate 1 fl to lie friends and tile pIbll fin lhe nlmral.i r. Ielled Ilrollange Ibae. ed on Idol lotreernl r.r lrlt,. reapectfilly infi)erm tlleII flat life e,,aelihlbneaet hill been eolgel for tilhe amnusenment of visitors, lland l d iL netl illllel ale repe)lilR. lThe Ihr will he surpa ssed I- b niol.a in nl liteV l liqolorif, en1 til leRtilllIr t ii ill bIi keilt by the ables Iellenllaei r in the Ulniterl Stilen. Thlie room wcil reoipn on Sannn y avenng, 3rl ,of ot Nivirrer next. ia tn t GRANI) fRilS & M.IQIUEIIADE 11A1.I., id nd will take pla Ine n isiiial every lMolinlay, Weflll l day nod Slrntoinlnv feiffg, duriai tif rln til e ilh wlst nirid in tiie l't of Mayl 1:Bl.. N. If. iThe erenewlt nlituion will be paid to kelo 10 ing perfect order hroughoutl tile eelablishnllln, as sa i done last season. at oeti2 NEW ORLIEANS ANID NASIIVII.LE fli.811 ot)AD) COlMPANVY. or NEW AIIR N(:I\IENrT. I III I ocolntive will Irive the Dep int the mist n PI 'il ftreelplfarv' dry at I A. 1. a li i'tiur l toi p, . i. fex ept llllllar 'ri when ells t ill (ITA Car fir trivlte prtia., provhildd the nillller I e I Iiflu i iti. h - , i ill be s t i d lwn theI road I in ole it 'll SCOTTOI C'IlICRUL A is of Ii PRIINT'EI) wilh the frealest E.rpedlelion, and in a stle/ unsullrpssed inl NE ( ORLEANS, Or r1se on OnnRs left at CoMPrlNo Roomi in, S. (harles Ex chlnnee, (Corlier of Graider St ) or at T R U I' AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE, corner of I'rwd!rar and St Charles Strertt, t ill be prtnmtlqy natteldd to. Der. I-th STEAM BOAT BILLS. Wo' WNERS, AGENT'S, or C PTIAINS of STEAM rd BOATS can have their Blills strnek of, ina one or more Collored Inks, on I'lain or Colored I'aper, lith t despatch, and on faeorahle Terms, by hleraing their CC OnIY.nsatT'Itl'E AMi:RICA.N tOFFICE:, courner of I'oylra anlid St. C:larl:n itlitres. eti Nav29--f Pad I':I1 (11--5:100 III i le. wifel " strained l perm niil, just received and for sIl v 1as,8 hv n jail! i I.| )(1'(I.": & ('o, 11 Frillt Ir, ceo ."ASll llllXI5,..--,( P.li tnai ·e ilfOllrur ii iilioli-. j fI tullle, ar fillS perillr hI & th ( l li.h, fior 11te i by j I0 I S tK I & , I:, roont Levee, -Ti. ffrI I.C:A)--10(t kegs, No I int ore1 , Flr tinle stn jnl li Fro .e Ir at n' IIIfi ClltOheck-, Rills of Laf ing, . uctlion rnt Hills, IPilunphletS, ihlotz bills, Cata. Inglule, &r. Ac. 12" R1tlDil:Rn..fr the Abvee, and ere-y other des. s. eriplionaoif PI' TI'INlN l rrriiefid tl Crlompting t .i rlmi f"itTIJE AfE|I.'.tfiA N," in ST. ('ituaf irs En:I cuI INE, ld door from t iruvilr siree. or at the P'rinting a ti llli lee, corner of I'.idra- ni l St. ('hlir,. snteetn. Exteansive nail beautgi/ftl ino lia trud .io foIUNTsi. Oct fnr the best Fatmilrie in the nii itrld Stfes, e tare ja bern added to the aIreadlq iellt/.eleri .estbis./thmert; -and (Int.:, t'ill hbr-.errclrd .s I o.. , t .haply, Exlpedti.musly eand Il'tiillhl/., ais tIi :Ie oi ier O(llce in th. (Tty. CARDIS -3 I'IlIN'I'E. at tlhe ih/i.e.'. N. i.e,', in the most e .s IrIi, W hite Fi',tr, or PhIih . niaiInid i 'ltl..., and er Pri,, rwrre rr enannl.trt/. T,II': 1 lli It.CAN IOF. ' O l't IIEn rt., r e 'ofi', ~h:iii , ti nISl t.IlI h, lIP' nr ,it .V'r~tn Nrew cd ih, t,,:fl ils tof TIr 'v hare just brn irlid t, the timlaritli.edena.. let iOrdaers rewiree d at .m'.i p/ilfe I:,l, .. ' lharles Iach.ier , irl ,h r frot I , fhvi . e i , tr at the l'riltifg Oill,,, irni'i r of I l'. dr a & Sr. 'i,, eI,- stne, Is. TO MERICIA 'TS. en 1 ,CI fI'II.t'INT' co anil eave a itE rIr, l ce tinR. lin tan struck ,fl'at.ur hour, Nortolr,hy,'al/nl nt the door t'implin | Itlua J 'n ] t! It ,311H1i .1 , '1n i:vr1 ; ()v't{ r, St . ('hCtrh± l:e hllgl , alld ,.ing the Eisll. lii a ill ,i f ('c rave o/'ifrlur i ei bIrt, or t l the I'lint ih,,tit|, e. rurrn,.rrv I'oydra- and ,Si (hlhs streets. A nl'l, I I/1' % will i. h ne qlll n In ,ellt+ tol I.i·rr . pooldl lvre,. 11r , ihl.,1ew ir .l hih hr. Ip , hv .A1 , !. 4 ' I li rii. . i., - jpsi' A.H11tiii TII11'1ER, 31 G titer ,s Ii30 I I IA li. A TRUNKI w .as brken a ' p' upn .r n11linm shn l'e, on the ie tal of Ite s t , u it ti h tI m P lae , e t .nks, (I)Aw r . t I l ulrl o O i, , oIlIer I ,l I I ll 'it i ) (in11 Sliinill. ill illall, lllllrt iI llll II Inla te for I ,1110 111011 hl Pr jll l-Ie'l l ll1t 0))I ,, 1 l(.lln llr of Ils 1 bsri STer, inlt lllbt It ,ra t lp I I A l1)11 E if\ Is 51 1, ida dl:atlel th y 'Alh, .l Ir I ., lm 7 i ": mII . J h, n ,It,, i. l ei ,%11 | eroo nl ar e tir,"o m llld Jlul In I 3r.h 11r said litle. 'lllspn tlP th i tlt'r it ' Isi:r i t',ip t t'fllllof ltl ' ',ti i i ll lIirks WVattl , (.,n~ rin 5 (I. m lallfp nl nilN iih, 1 wulhlacll The plelk.cl haul. is ll lbe hli at lh' rollmllln_ rooll of I otti l trm J ill'l':N& A COII.:AL N sl hirday ' diuE ll- + il liii )l-'ll JI.NV , ) Iionll is otr aed wits Isy A . WAlt, jtalll hlr alld will u'e tle llllnl' flh4P rllm ill li aupid tlio onl y. J lWI)iN ll9. i am(, t jo____i___ d- . A. ('lll E C; . .Li]. C(l-E cnli r lla i lpher ('lsami, nn ls s i.ies in |III inlivllllll nllll I for lis w In Ptuty ra at Nio.1. I 1 CL m sItIeIII tI . J nll 23, 10 I a A I e . "t t h hs ttt.i.'I"in l it , ttts ll sors tednt annd l f,: oleh bly D'Tol' tl IN t" AVEIR. , e ar'. ttt'tt l t tnd sttic ltis er .sp pias SItliE IPIILI.II t1i'lAt I' tVtie -h los-oA baits S by I he sull r iUf the Sots hells,. jul rereive t jlll but 49t wmn e t la tuiAiis, aild Iso, r rnis by jt and IiI 'i W II t i,'lE:Y. i.sitp its G oii tL I t-- 011 / Irrel , u ri-or Itoi, , fal r t .n l h by F isi 17 t T 1 l1. 1 ot, A. Ii rsyd at SI.iA.I "It )i I -l ili FIIt"llr'4E '' bit' it. iti t i tIda ' f ookeete r' ivd, t Nt o tdtoip i FTie i. thei i~ns ihlr s, iiib , tY E &t' t -. . rilhll wlIto we ,hil h le", nall nck I ynk r lle, elo. .Itmhillns a box olr'rlnrr. nlW1e t ill uu nl,.r, h(i rs per. ill-.inn cl.p, e micll y l .: -lark. 1Til. r t R & nir clli have flh1)ER WASHIN Ul A RDR To A grncrv T lT r,, i" Ihll l or te llt ' il rAse, hey a l. i lll I ~lhlll e ,llln 11 Ii lO IIllii= nhlrl callllponliliill++ Ii ll lente. a r-ll il collllme welle rl'tmll'llllli' rdrdIl~. AIdrII'sFs J. C., at i urinll ht ill ll 'itO.El S r--Iw StO I ,re I, IerT't1oa -h i " ou ad fit _ ,l_; ilI~ enle ll ;lort,;. Ihirrt-' I,,. Expediious LMentiun r, and Ehonll's flol kllecl'ivr, Alhlies received Aid 1i3r ali by 1t. t anie at _ i, e, ..:. . ,dimp y"lla e 30, vr39. i 111\ o i-k ito lto s , 1 uo m i(si t , tedii i IIi ls oo111 I l plly will lill ilh Pit tbur C (:Ctl, in .rla l ' qla. ilie j, to tll e r C'l<ut in.' (rderst rcelVed : Ili the Gan O ttll i, ll . A rll o." I j: l Eit V X\ EI.1.3 See'yi g LOAP--: III boxesl 4iouhld' alnd i liu a No. 1 Soap in store Gr ile Iby J 'ilt YEll & Co, fel 74 Poydira st WbER DI W- .s N[I I .GTO-N-'--Gu..AR "-" N .ew ()rlrl~., Frh. lot. 1863 ATTENlD Mointhly hlelliii, "tllls DAY, the 4,1, insl., .1 7 o'chlclr t' h, nl IhIl Araury. iy iordr . f Capt. lluz.v l'e. _ -" S 31 ClROIK., let S-rg't -IT.RR; I. . m . 8 lt-e, Irinllla silk IJlnbr, llrI U iarge sizdei, receirdl lim,,,n ..llilp Mlersey, and Fo sal.,Ily i 1llalI lE 4-0, 13 ', 134 ·1 Bauaine at HAI'-lOll IIIU 0bale. II·, 2l)11 ,% l l |l,*l, r, ililln fro ahi hlllanover, and for sile ibv I.1V' II (. \I.E, ja3O 9"1 ('olllOIIols .anf , ll 1.&~l A ,111'V . k,: I, li le l

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