Newspaper of True American, February 12, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated February 12, 1839 Page 2
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alil Regulations. The Great aetern .Marl is loseod every day at 10 e'eluek, A M--Ia due every day at 12. M. - The r .p a.Mail is al.nad overy dal at half-past W1 A M-le due with the great Eastern Mail, f dake .Mail (via Covint.nn, La.) is closed every Monday, Widneslay and Friday. at 6o'clock, A wi-lt dem overy Tuesday, ThLraday and Satur day, at 5, P M. Tee Lauisain e or Rier t Mail is cloed every Monday, Wedanolay and Saturday, at 8 P M-Is sent and ueturned by se alllboeta.-Arrives irregu. n lu te timne a week. e ea, S are or Cýast .Mai is closed every weay and Friday, at 8, P --Ila sent and re eed by the steamboat DrilliantL Si.ne 4azeandria or lied Riaer .Mail is ent irrega. brijlty eitanaboat,. twine a week. Lai satr Bate. btanntn. Jan ...........31 W[ hinlon.Js.C....... -SI f a i I ldo .............3 81 , i. Jan ......... tdpphlle Feb ..... ..... Iuioeirville. Feb.......... vtsm m Feb .............. 8t.l. ,ni., J--. . ........ IP Utlneenah. Fab..... .... I I lverluorpl D . ........ l 1( n ( lean.) da...... '..e .... 3ei~b.do.... .......... ) Ioudon. .....t........ 18 dkvile, Jan ............ d Ilr do... I ............ i9 POUlrT o NEW OIIELKANS. CLEARANCES. February II, I839. S Lip Ambulnador. 5, Liverpool, Manter 4tlp Warsaw, 5MeltI, New Yrk, Reid . B arstow lpb K ienowu, SnnoW, Vhilleslphia, N F Chotily ILrg Exehanse, Irnyn, N ew York, UG lhrklin Wkg I..dy Mary FouL. 8w.erby, .iverpool, L II lot. ter lu. O ,Mi. for tI Jisph. Macte, lr lndemiai aNd Jiul, PLaye,, Ne urit. Cha.seo I)iney * ".8W.l pkil, Keaup. ..lv.elu., IV 2lryt. . ,' Rfleae, tisroil, Vera Crut, A Chnpdevilo h co htldp IN sl.eClld.esCr, (30,i. Petln caala, Mtebrr 16s.. packt Cosi't, Cuoai, (GaiYveitou, Sa oert &r Hawtahorn ARRIVALS. February 11 1.39. T.eher Lii Oesti0nm Z IAey., from hItv~ lart the anNurth Alb.r.l.t, Urlce, from iu r id Uulf. :XlOK'I'8. LIVERPOOL. ,Per ship A bladur..ecargo 1898 holel cot ton. ---.Per brig Lady Mary Fox..ergor : 842 bols cot NEW YORK..I'or ihip Wamw..icargo: 677 .ole cotton, 21 lrls p iork, 148f keals Inrd, 2i2 hlds bhtu. l'or Iarig Ei:blnge..calo' 23:3 hhda, Ili liorces, 7 br ,i mot.b., anod 30 ,d28uvar. -- Per ihr LodtaliU ad Elilz..c.rgoi : 00 bhhd moauuea. IWI.IADEII8IA..Per ihip Renown....rIo: 631 Bark, 19 hhds pork, 03 hd. hbItas, 171 brls sla I keg I0ef. 18 b6,rs lrd, 10 do ad 2 h6d4s Lu,, 65 h hda porter, 4PJr kugs, 254 hnltsld 169 I8 do trid. UT JOE.LI'8..P qer er Bolini..rrgo: 2159 bri, 36 hhd1 , ga,, 155 brim h.ul.,. , ,.H .... corn...d 1® do o res CALVESTON..Pcr hrbh Dolphie..osrLo; bicon, bronl, 75 oe D lanu, rdeorn, whi-dy, brand ll cs. ----- Par steam picket Cub..curgo: flour, 2a~on, lard, ugar, butter., hme, ch.ooe, nn. ls, winbs hardware, bromn, clooting, '8c. ,c. VERIACRU..Per cr alae lce..crjio: 30 brit sal. , 10 or p kais wosiIt ol,24 b buiic bl, 50 Sesii of cheese. PENSACOI.A..Perl.oop I.nlopenlenio..rargo: 12i7 bnrrel orn2. 5 do w hikey, 1i do flour, 10 do 8,h. IltCEII'T2 OF PRODUC'E. BShreeport..Per steamer Liv)tinioi..cargo : 2.9 Irs cat w1t Al3tin &A ''.el.,.Oet; 17 do 'T'ho.)i 21it.l I00) d.. A 2.2.t Wen and cos; IIO d )A Ledoux - co; 1 I8 dt, A Itlv0rd0i 4. e, (I do Lallbeth and Thompson; t10 di C Tulodtao; 2j1 du .,mith uad Vo.4ee,. (:ruud Glolf..Per steamer a'orih Arhbalnnl..curgo: 680 bales ,oltou (O2 IAer, it; 331 do Wlors oin board; t52 d, Ilurkc,. Vatt .2 sot; 137 do In.ett. serriday & iso; 15d, do irkslll AnhrrtllIhy 2 Hirria;95 do IL Ibck; 41 do N o J 1 16 k a c8 ; 3II do J A oiour;i211 i lDhin , Brown.,; 2.5 dio Ir.dur. Mi |ennllUl, & riWht L23 al0 (1 Bdhlllln; IstIU it. IttOllllli, & I,,; IllCouitoi,, Ilyde & o,; 13 do 8 IV Oatky;7 dI FPruNahn r lnladoero; 7 do WV Boeorlt G do G 1. riuleger; 91 boxs cliret wineo oillor o blloh.d. PASSENG1:It8. OGrlldOlf..P.er itonaer Noblh Alabama.. 2 I. Blonntt, ladyi and 1 Wt. J Wui!soI sid . vt, V It, iIcO, Capt1 Pi.,drg, p t- Pennon Is Hrwa | uvll ,Nvu Carter, JohlllOllo Ctlllllllgo J Danieab, llllrd Cot, AllEa.. ,rl. Filir. 8h.reeport..Pnr .itimer L.illnitO..IV B Logan, Brth., J t Clair, Wilma.i. 6,heifer, Waile, IchIUer. 'ilE MARIKEITS. 2I08L2.E 83R2IT, F.,. 9. Remarks...AlJ kilds ofb tsiue die Ilast week, hits beecl iereirly relardtd,flOn, tle ufuatorable alie of the weanther, it linglll. raied evsery tiny Siia our last nepol. Mlh inx Iitenoat has prorniled tllhrhllout oer collllalrllity tile IpntI week, in e+mpeluenee of tho suspension of the Ilhulnlch of the Ultato t.hnk i a l ablnn iu thistily, of slIis p 8iylllel)l, a 11 23,tea abhove the eunlill tollf t orIU q 'le tofict ili thia itale uIt,t cannotbInt be eriouly prejdicin a toIi thei Uier,:idl ln. M.tnils four city, and til elrsL clur ii d ,rrtdit h f our , 'te - ' We wish hir ihei h tie .riend6 abroad. h.wever, i o ditm, t-y . *my hlaerat.iyl. tha[, 2Itite1 thie Utlali2tid cu3ll3 lil0 ofhl, alTIt every aleIr,.Nl Zt i ll l i city. bollI..Iwwilg ,to the wdeather, ild tightlele ill tile tllolmy ssarkeg, the 1.ls u1.l the weekt have been very limited, bro e nr0 throrleghouttF wealk, intl beetl i.xUElll, iy flt maid 41.tl4. purclllluenr. taking spI,,lms i~ly. The steak mli feIr i very heavy, variusrly Latimmatd at .5 to 35,0019 b.h,+. The ship MONT1EZUI A, t n apt Ciriblitnsoln, Irotl Philidepihi., ida t.ow discil4rgin.g opposite tile Urlei,2 . Collon Press. Con9ig8er ii are partlieularl reqitr hoed to tljend to lie receipt oftkeir goVod'. LEVI II (;A&c., +r S TIeeport, Futon and Jonesiimo, above 1h0 Doft on Red Rivr. -, T'hep fiey l 11111 r tlb,, lillml 1Shil rrCA MPTE, Wmia It ('airo]], e+ Iir, illiring LCrl n bililt i.IlgrCsIl fi.lr tih , iit ve filr the Iber itlld iitGIArtmltllte Srt , all _''hur aday, t hl 14Ioh init., a it 4 o ,l , , ,nnk 1' pl . o freileh1 or pnaslgV aIi ply Ol arh d Nti tl lilth t ol Cusltom Houme at., or to '1'T|OS 11 LtE:E: 2 . Co, fel2 211 inod 27 New I.evee FOR NEW YOK. Thle Al Ild fast mdili ship fit1,I.', (eapt ,ldldn. will rencivo dgi0.udl leI Ivn, IiHs g Ecter Ilarrl of her utugo, ll irngoged. k' gh/or ,uasugnliiibly to 1. it GALE, el12 93 Coll|mON at - Tiw1 . lnhle hBuilt nlld very fast Poll .nearlv ul her canrgo c galged aNilll hiav hliev i . 'l c' l hi( ns b e in g v e ry 11lperi tor, p a s Je ll . gerncun he n,,n!or-Jily ,lltulllllt,.lndi., ior fr.itlIt or !;10ngs, apply ou Ihounl or to apl2 ,IIOLMES & IILL.S, BRnk Place -- TO-)\ Y. 0001 Callpital Prize, ''nckcia only $2 50 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. IDrwinZg of Ihe Grandl State I.lotery Clasa I1, 38, 32, 6, 36, 57, 46, 753,98, 74,L d, 41, 59. No. I, 6, 08, lhe (C.pital Prize of $13,1001, wa sold in a shole ticker, by lr Join Y Divis, Ni 49 S Custun Hous street, slidt cnsed as soon as preentedl. LASS I2, Ailllreiied 1ar tie I.gielhsltm r t l ilate. Toi IIe diwn Fljii Day, Feb." 12, (23), art6 o'clock, P. A1. ut irhlop' lllntl. - 24 I)AVIS &mCO,'Managere. 75 Drawn niubers-12 I)riwn Ballots. Splendid &/cnte. 27814 Prizes. anlonning to $9118,68 Tickets $" 50--Iulves I 2--Quanrters $0 6:I. Packlgts ti 25 Ticknls f,lr 62 50, warrinted lin drmw at lasl $30, nndl iNy ldraw Ilhe h gtllel c.pilal2 a nounling (l2,001!! ! I'llcki.eo of "5 Ilulf ''ickil $31 25,wrrnled In ir;l. at leasI $1.1 00. lILrk..geos .4f25 Qurer Q Tickets. 45 61 wttrrllll.d to drawalt least $7 .0. FOr peakages ,ofhlgln tibk..s, "plly al Ile I\IANAdERS,' OF"ICE, Fe-l_ - 16 Cbhrtres st ]. OO1', SHIO)ES, BItOGANS, &.c--9Ii c.aies va Srk/tla ,llllilius, for , nll-ii an, ladies, n11isedes boys, yolhut; ll childrentln Lr Bala by lel2 ISAAC 151ID(1I .i" (,,,l 13.1 Magazine at IJ.AlI.)w CANDO E-I.E .. 0 bou xe, brtl I'Jack. 1 on &. "'rulwbridge, flr mile f812 ISA AC lIKII)l;E & 'O. :13-1 Meg.esi.a I is quality, fr sale lby Fili ISAAC lloL2IIGE & Co,, 1341 Mligi.ite st *.". .... . ... a..,. a. w a1. r n ag1171C o A Prt88 (7V Registers, for atramer~i, ,Iilrerrllt m, .ICR a- nd sizes, freight Irisl, memorandum bn, $llkl, 1 Id geiR!noal, and everyotlaricl in, sllwtiu .Any olaur aunie .anything in tho abutso ddelrtibed, will please rail and Prxlliie l"!li e 9orotuiaiog; will be soldi an11 100'ulni puoohn.ing, IIAVIT) FE'T & ('n,, kI2 N Staioners Itall, 24 Chartresat S A1NYtI.et- Fopr-jil, e.Iwcd, aoory op'ydul ankle, at ev0ry Eol ,r, quality and size. Alls, Ujimk edged lEt, aol billet palpe, lar sale by !)IVID _____ N &C Co, fell3 N Y statin. rs Hull,.iI Chartres a ýAbT 011.-11 blarrls No. 1. ('labto Oil, at prima article, ini afir.e a far oal b JAIVIS & AoAiEW',, fell cor Cunt,,ooo &k Falpiiaalao ol, J LUE INK-Jut ro'airod per hlit Arkasaso, two .5ngtOuOJoltan ,', verv.aIpo,.rlasb inkowo, 00nt. ed'a upunorarti e,,. br E)(VIfl bI.FI'·C., (.11 N Stotionera Hfll, 2IEChIjore, a pý1LOUR"-aiobE1; Id og from aael o oaaht ila, Ifar as In by (i. I) 'IRSEY, MoI ~44 New l~evro x fnso Axulo by (1 I)a W&'Y, .32 44 (iomp at i- K1tugL-IU bib, t -nn- and for soe by Ea 31.11 WE Dt) SEY, 41 tew Loot, -1 P ~ ~ EI TA1S'VjAj~iI NT r.,corner l.t31w oIze f0.30.l *E. UYPEO American broody, t ArItabuoer, ltN Row, -. 0mh. pouoboogs itporial .k Lunpowreer tea Waera No. i, Ilaekasl, 'Am Uý , do. 5 110d tyaao srlta extr prod,, 4.lm d I l oenio 1E.ck Cgoniac, cuab..aaoret re we ouy TRUE AMllEBlICAN A PFII E. the II connection with this Oice is a h SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE abs FOR TtlE PRI ttINrG ni Pamphlets Blank Cheeks cOtalogues. Bills bf Lading fall Labels, gray Receipts, rhs Legal Notices Auction Bills, Onn Steam Boat Bills Circulars DlFo s, f w il the Altd evlery d.ritle erJob Worek thas o w any be required. [l The proprietor respectfully calls the attention of en the public to the above Curd, and assures them that tf all work intrusted to hi care shall be oune at tile short. t-i est notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and W' at the lowest rates. TE'il 'RUE AMERICAN. EDITED BV JOnnr I31BNlON. FAITIFUL AND BOLD. i NI W OR IEANS: TUESDAYFEBRUARY 12, 1030. B . GREAT MEETING. t Below w ge i hoe the prooeding of one of the largest and un- c doubtedly the mlet respectable, meetings, held at Hunks' Ar- I cnde, lst evening, that we have ever same colgregamtd in this it city. It conveed to take into consideration the propriety 1, u and expedialey of adopting a General Banlking Law. and never have we witnested more unanimity of fooling pon one a subjeet. The very bone and sinew--the intelligent of al par ties were present, anll from tie repeated pined ti, by which the speakers were cheereI. it was plainly perceptible that their views ill favor of til Free Banlking system received the general and hearty approbation ofthe meetinll. We hlave not time to give a mole extended notice, but must cofiue oureolf L. tothe Scecretaries' report, below. GENERAL. BANKING. At a eetig of thile friends of a sound credit sysrem under a General Banking Law, held at Banks' Arcade at Moindy evening ltth FCobrttry, 1839,--Jeln Git-' son, Esq. called the meeting to orderand the follow. t9 ing officers were appointed: President, Honl. H. A. BULLARD. Jo Vice Presidents, JudgeE. K. Wilson, of Ouaehita. o Gen. HT. Sprigg, of Alexanrdria. d J. H. Caldwell, of New Orleans. Wm. Christy, do. 1M. W, Holtman, dor Robert Layton, do. 1o - Gen. P. F, Smith, do. of Wm. A. Gasquct, do, tin John Waddell, Eeq. of Nachitoches. Jodget't. J. Morgan, Ouachita. Johntr Girson and T. W. Collins, Secretaries. The Prteident explained 'tlhe object of the neetiug, ai nod gave a succinct statement of his views on the sub;eat. t'o Mr. C. Woodruflf preented the following preamble r oantd resolutions, and supported them in an able address explaining iully andl lengthily the history and princi & ples of General Banking. de Messrs. Wm. Christy, and Isaae T. Preston ad dressed the meeting in eloquent speeches. tMr. Christy presented a letter fromn the Hon. J. M. etr Whi'e, whi:h, on moltion, was ordered to ie printed in the Newspapers of the city.-[We ate compelled to defer the publieation of the letter till to morrow.] t Tile question was then put, upon the Preamble and Resolulioas and trhe were unanimotusly adopted, as o low : Whereas, experience har long since ,shown, that the c h resources, industry, anee enterprze of our people have demanded, and still demand, for the convenience ol t tradle, a greater quaality of circulating medium, than all enll be, aloe, affllrded by metns of the precious metals, Oand thait a ixed currency is the best adapted to tile ta 1ts of out growing country-and of \VWerean, ueur Legislature, acting in acerlane with lay thoe views, lio frlll time to time ilcorporated lompa. ox niesand conferred upon theml special eanking privi. loges, in order to etable them to supply that demand, e bc and aniold to the communlty a paper currency, which lhld, at all times h vribe oetio l into gold and aslver l Whereas, ill the course of events, experience bhe ruis Co clearly shown, that tile credit systeln thus retnll to lishrd has nolt illy nuswered the eno proposed, aitd at present prover itself totally indlequllt t to supply rlllih it a currency, to the extent wlhic tie richness of on ft soil, the enterprise of our citizens iood the extent of n- our grieulturle and commnlrce fairly require:-and Wheltreal, this inability tInay be trucrI, llllg tllher r causes, to the monopolizingoy fratre of the syselrl, by wM. lhich, currery-credit roes ihretolifr,: been enjoyed by of th Jero tnid conseqlenlly excluded front fair colipeti tion amlong our itr icls at large,-ond Whereas, there ihas bhel anld is now being adolpted I7, by legisltiion, in our leading sister states, a systrtm tlo rg credit, extended to all classes of cilizens able or will. rlg i ton avail themllselves of it, tnder genral bainking irs laws, by the operations of which, currency or aonk note credit, comes fairly into general completion, tand rt. ty returning to the original principles of Blnkingh places the whole paper eilculi.tion upoan a basis of ideo e,,. poitets of government securities pledged in the haud. or of a state fle.r, to secure tile retdemption of suel cir. ace culltin, by means of whiol such currency is render Sed lsond, independornt of the aid or management of the institutions making the pledge,-atd VWheires, among other dvnntanes, such an extended sys ten of credit is brlieved to be easily, and most boneocielly appliablet, int aid. of a I private enterprises, having fier thei ohject the internal ilmprovement of oureoullry or those con cold neceOd with our dlnMec lianld foreig tltdl. T'herf orn Be it IRetolvrd. That the adoption of a General Banking leeaw ebrnin g the improvrtements in the credit sys tem now being introducled inll roe of our lerding sister states is imperiously called fur, by all tile groat interesl of tlhe wholo peopln of the state of Lollir,inla. IResolved further teehat the nrnbers of our Legislatureo now ill nrssion ought in jnetiee to the true intlrests of their con rstitenll, to resulve, not toadjourn their present sessionl Ute IR l tit risc implortat measuri be fully investigated ioal advisably a.ted poll. Resolved, That the Preoidrnt of thir meeting do furnish a copy of the Preamnble and Iesolutions as the ren,e of this SI meetiln t-o i tr h Hu.... oFthe Ge.fto A..em.l. o. f our r t... ot On motion, the meetitg adjourned sia die. T. Wr. COLLENS, Socretlary. OUR FHEE-COLOa.nt POPULATION.-It Cannot hIe fr gotten, thit, almost countless times we have adverted to the want of proper restraint over that portion of our population, which the law cancon.idor blut as denizerns and who can never exercise the privileges of eitizens.- Weolludeto t te negroes and mnulattoes, who ilcent our city, enlarged from that restraint which renders thetn subordinute, nml subljects trent to the co.nmmad of t ma-ter. By turning back to our file, it cannot escanp thoeye, that we Iveever omeon on the lert, to put our citizens on their guard, ogtilst hot flooting sono of blacks who sjoaurn in New Orleans, so long os it suits their purlose, sowing dlissentio: a ong tl) tiI slave, astl ch. evini their evil designs, and flitling away, aft.e oaving le t behind thet tihe nseRd of that poison, agnilt which tilr South shoutld he very gtarde.l. We have dwelt long in the south-almost firomt o boyhood. We feel, as it woar, part and parcel of tIh south. She has no interest, that is not ours. The ren drils ol ourvery heart are woulld aroand he. 'hdlh. lave we not wateltedlynxiously, rithe various current that aet in against her, and Ihose which would bear hert onward to prosperity and glory? We are pleased to see that our new ally, the Bee, is takinll"g l tte ulbject, ti hIt Il e llrt, tefto)re, been lndut trOrioly canvLassd ill our ohl Argturarid present paper. It aloBrds us gra ifitation to witrn!es tte Inudabhle oeforto of those who have 0o l-eneutly tea dNrtw ()rlennl their hore, defeodintg th interests of the whole south. And we feel our indelllednless increas, when we reflect that they are pursuing lie same ground which nve have occupied. It may be nrmentlered, (for years do not pass away so rapidly that events which irannlire withlli their ci r cle are so snddenlv forgotten) that, whoa we wete in the Recorder's of.ce,aonme talk was made, about tlta rigor and assiduous carm lhtit were observed, in placing restrniotin, on, and "barring out," thia Jfloating black popalataon, who had been in the habit of I, cking in upon us, like vulture-s, to Ipry and glutt upon, all within the roach of their garbage-loving beaks. To '. ffect the safety of tile Irpopl of the south-their happiness their ecomfort, we have ever held, that the "flitting free people of cubor" should be as far as practicable held hack, by every restrniot which nactmenlts might Ie gitiaastly presenrt: and it gives as no ordinary gratili cation to fhnd that our new omad potent contemporaries are of the s.ae way of thinking--that they know so wel{i. nw to chime in wilth, what tto nLt northern mau see.m projudice,. For the il.fr,ounlion, however, of the edirors of the BIa, we will rcutak, that a law altredy .~ilI., Ipauod by ourlreglslature In 1,30, coitoaling almost literallY the very Inovisions, regarding slaves and free persons of color, called for by them. Oar black code also con- i tains ample provisions in relation to the police of slaves. No farther enatmetsaretherefore therefore required, but a rigid enforcement of thi exist;og law, is certainly absolutely necessary. Gambling.--Agreeably to the promise we made last fall, we now revert to this subject. We have stated that the existing law for the prevention of gaming, is unconstitutional, and entirely too severe to be rigidly enforced-that its inefliciency is clearly provel by the fooct, tihat more gambling is now carried on, seoretly, than was during the lime it was licensed by law-t-hatb secret gambling is dangerous to the npace and safety of families, as tlley may be irrecoverably wrapt in mas cry, before even a suspicion has been entertained, that a fathrr, a brother, a son, or a partner was addicted to this vice. Theose facts alone, being sufliciently clear we are of opiniot. that thie prCest law should be re pealed, and one passed nudluri-iog the licensing of a certain numlber of gaming houses, under certain re- ao strictions and subject to strict police regulati.ns. By w, licensing gaming,a large revenue would be rrisedd, glo much less immorality would flow from thisia vice. ol We sincerely hope our Legislature will reflect upon I this subject, and come to solme action upon it during I, The present session. ------ al A Malay Mrassacre Frustrated.-lt is stated in the Boston Daily Advertiser, that the ship Borneo, of Sa lem, recently arrived at Boston, brought the coo' home in irons, and that hal ts been delivered to the re cuatody of tie U. S. Marsnhall. lie is charged with i having conspired will thie illays to capture the ship Sin the same way that tle cook of the Eclipse did, na n y published in the Sun. By an early discovery the fa d plan wasfrustrated. About $1400, it is said, were o stolen flout thie Blornoo, before the discovery was nlmade. at Inresligting Coarrittee.-The New York Con rier, of thile 25th lt. says : The Select Committee appointed by tire house of Representatives to investigate ther doilernaions of the late cullector of tis port alrI otlr oflicers, celnpnased of Melors. Ilnrlan, t:nrlis, \Wise, lDawson,Smtithl, ll6. kins, Owens. Foster, sand Wagner, arrived in this cily m yesterday afternoon. le roeious tr louaing nirsinytn , they bold a meet brg,oselectrd l0r. Harllan, of Kenttky,ahonirron, and Philip R. Fendull, Esq. of Washington itry. clerk. * 'he whigs and coarervotirev hve taboeo lodgingt at thie Astor ihouse; but the locofocos, not pleased with the association lodge at the American. Fires.--lle New York Courier says : The house No. 122 William street, occupied as a Geaonln boarding house, was almanost totally destroyedr by firA yesterday morning,at6o'rlock. Thepreutases were partially iasured. The wooller factory of Mr. Dearv, situated at Fair mont on tile Scllu) lkal, wus rdestroyed by fire on Saturday last. Loss estimated at $15,000. Insurance Disasters at Sea.t'The New York Evenrlg Post says:- By the orrivoal f the brig Suqnrloulnah, Captain Bright, frorm liorderux, which Itft tlre mout of tihe Og, Loire rmi Ihe I.lil Decrmlber, we larve infrormiortul h nt Irie the French elship Loealiu, flor r Brar0on, for IlIr deu, oln the 31t of Novotber, was idriven by violent gales oilr ho e Nrir coast of tlle bay, arra ina rteopting ble to got irnto therier was tltrtwn r Lon thbo aUs .nea as the .t Ih of the Loire, anti was totally l,st wirth apart ole a thie erew. The French brig Felix, fronm St. Domiagon for Nantes, was also totally lost near the nsame place. d- Thle officers and rerw all perished: M. Loerrr Craaadn.-Challes Hlrdeola:og who acted on as tirigtdierr nt Nopierville, was arraigned belor the Courrt l:on tial oi the Old. 'Tea more jrisoners were I to to he brought to rialon rthe 2fth. itl ou a charge of treason. d nUppoer Cutdrl.--A letter fon Loldon, U. C. da asled Idi tns. menlltiolls that, Albert Clark, from Olhio, was hanged tbo t mornieng, or king three who kavs been oxecrated at tlhat plrnee. Tle nurirber of prieoners c.n te fined here is 49, ofwbrom srevtreel hbave been tried i and comrittiedbat their senteanes were not confirmed, or owing to tihe absence of Sir Ge(iorge Arthr fomt lT romato. A report weas current tlhat Soandwich was to In be atcked on the 16the, by a lerge body firol ithe up. tpsite shorn. r Vh are iorbforted by ir S. J. Svlvester, trlht coun. TlefiitIen IDho tir tills of tle Newark Bankinag lnsu i -ras ("., (letter F. No. 46i0, pvable t T'. ,,. Word, dated July, 137, sfilled A. Bloch, Cashier, Silas Cuoo p :lit, Presidet,) hovejust a ppeared in circulatioa; tapler vi. thin, raither tark color, alnd cnleloaterd to dceive suuoa tod, ofriro iteotjottget. -N. Y. Coo. Aoe. ih Selorm etLL the Lao--''ite weight of the lilts storm a , Iver penrs t r halvt follel upon this etty tndt viciuity, an tilet t'fl'lritstd.cetr"[twiitttiorloo iiXiiaiii t ii'nranedttrtiieidi of irn tire bridge of lnrrtird--andl the injury efsoma rorildiogs 1 at tih soame Iplace, we hear of few diasht rc froar tsle East. To the North, lio rarads are said to be bloelced tup dit atnd tihe travellieg is imnpeded.-N. Y. Sun. o • I1totr of Alb0oe.--alred L. Rathbuon, Ersq. ha rrbeen cleete'l Mayor of Albany in the place of "igunitt Vu of Van Vechten, Esq. resigned. IHOUSE OF RIiI'IRESEN'TATIVEo. Mouday l1th February, 1839. Leave of absnce wau gAllute to rMe' T'hibidenux. 51r F 1) Conrad stated Ihnt his vote on the additional section Ieroo-red by Air Preston lo Ithe bill tor a Gen eral system of Internal Improvement, had been ince, reaily stated in tIle mioutcs of ltat sitting. After some discussion thi error was corrected, d le section reconl Imended, and dispolsed of in tile satt e manner o it wau oil tile previous occasion, tile vote stood 23 to 16. Oe moftion tor the final passo go of the billa debate follow. ed, in whicl Air lMorse ndeavored to procure a post !ponne'nt O(f' the qne:tiou until an inlvestigation coale ltake pIlce respecting the manner inl which toe existing hoard of Iublic Works had perllrmti ed its duties, an expended tle ioneys at its disipooal. Milr l ,i t an ablec and foeriblespeech maintained that tle Board of Pub. lie WVlks had done its duty. Ile was followed by Messrs. Ilsllar, F orad, a1) C acl, CIAI Corood, thlle wo firl't mainaining that thle bill should be passed, ithe letter gentlemenu tking the contrary piontion. Tile luestiion being put, lthe bill was ptasoed and sent to tile elala 0. Mr (:loilhore thenll moved that a commlittee of inves, tialion Ie appointed to inquire into the administratio of 11the Bard of Public Works, and report as t tl.he manner which the funds lapproprited to that Botrt hoave bce expculdcd c land tlte valce of tile ilmprovelutenlt so far accomplished by tllhat Board. The resolution was adopted and taken to the Senate. On motion of Mir Lockett the hill to amend the charl cr of the city and increasing the power of the Mayor, nas filed fir thle special order of FRIDAY NEXT'. On motion of Air Davidson, the bill amlending the Charter of the Caal Ballk was fixed for the special order of Tuesday week. The speaker laid before the IIoune aeeaomunieatlio front Governor Ronalt, enclosing the account of con tiogeut expensesof thla Governor's office rendered by Ex-Governor White--leferred toithe Fitance Coot ruiatte. On motion of ilr Gliennie, the bill to expedite the conslruction of the Nashville laitl Road was fixed for the special order Cf Welnesday week. On motion of Mer Davidson, the bill introduced by MrPreston, for a general banking system, was relered to a special committee of five members. Thel resolution illstructin tle hoard of public works to oex namione tl expedieecy of construletig a brlilge across the nlou'h of Fale River, was paiaed. Thfle Senate joined thet Iouce, aclld they procadled to the t'lt tlol Iof a state Trasurer a for the onsuinl year, and Frane col iGardero Esq. wasoleocted oithut opposition. T'h report and re.olutin relative to the contes:ed lieetiln of 1. f. PreelIon E· q. came up fur c llsideration, and a.er va sious Otottlts, the discution was interropited by the adjourn Wasllsxoreo J.t. :1...OIIr dates gtve aothing of much im portance. A ihllt llowiug a drlawbck on ilortald ebolp, when manufactured pasoed "7 to 9 ill the Senate, sll.r dis cuasiol, inl hielh Alr. Ctly adlocated sad ilieltoa and Cal hou al Pliuced the bill. The tousu wa .chiefly occupied with SI-GINti and hatle itope, , t;. ,. e tl y SfoIl REAl) &BA iA.TO\VW, 7 Bank Place i Ai.T -l(I, Itle Iuslhels Cadliz Sitafloat. inllulk;l - I,o)!lt l sach do e feir cale y fe3 \VIf Iflli )it; & Coa, t76 u goezite st "COFc- EE-rII. b~er Stn IItca tiroe Couune, fr tsale - by \V'lflIf'ILIGE & (:o, thll P M laete zicte ct nilerutltNlc.eTlI) iPdEcftltl lereele Ior cole Ic IS S. Iobok 4. (to, No. 8 F'ollloor.rver. looter tf or, atel builto are lalctitlllnrly t.tuealted to maketrial of tbil ilw adll very ealuahlorttlel e f rtua, fs much ee-tlhnd by eagineerc iat every part of the country w ee it Ihas been used. f 8 1 0011. CIIAINS--'r casks ceil celate just roceivetl t elldt for sale Iy S LUCKE & Co feB 8 Freet e +UNN\h' IIAGS--lIut bhlea Canvt Bags, at alec al-hul prlmie texture, suitablle fir ult, by ja- I ttl..ft)(;l, 1t 1 heagazieoe c Alertll`ar, utol Eltdwnrd'l Boohkeprl.' Atlas, received teed fLr oale by A '"I'WAR, jO 49 Camp at for Ie ;mg'ita grey eor tral Iair on thie real, or hllhskero, ur eya ieeto, lby a eillngle alplliatio, o eo I+crlllnnt~llt brown, vu - tan cl Idte blacl, wth-I out vi oni-.,- stoler t.e le air lilnelt, jtt received l at the l1iutztrcoer el. Stc.lrle (ColUollln ttetecs. IUhyIl t& ALI.AN, t1l xcl.unge li,).el _I , - -- CANVASS FOR HAMS-6P00 hbrow rolls, a fine article, suitable for cauvansed hams, in stlre a nil Air sale by J THAYER & Co, H OLLAND GIN--Ill pipes,C'rnna \\'Wipt ha,, , ~ 1 euperior artclle, in Mslre and f, .it c I, n la fell I'rHAYER&t',, 741 i', at n P AINTED HU1CKKTI'S-250 doe.. painted t,,ulet, furni . landing from chip Nasantua, nd lot s ae Iy are foll J 'I'HAYER . Co, 74 1'ydryarlt t , XCifANGETni Now Yrkh. fir saleby -L. ANDI)EWS & InOS', I fell 50 Colap street LI ° L UGAR-2517t Ithsa sauar on tlsntiation.t or sale Oeip S by IHERMOGENE BIROWN & Ca, fells 9 Crolrst it SAGGINi and Rope-n20 epieces bagging, ly 2110 coils rIe. fir anln byh fell HERfIO(IENE IIIOWN & Co, 9 Conti st i ORDERS-WASIlNGTON GUARDS. T New Orleans, Feb. 9, 1839. i t ATTEND Diltmn Friday nest, tbhe Illth int., at gi 1 6 o'clock P , at tie Armoryn . By order of sea SCapt Hrney. fell S 1M 7ROOKE. O S. rtll %T0 COUNTRY MERCHAN'I'TS & OTHKit - . The subscribers are now re:eiving an additional Supply of earthene, chiniaa,grs. silver, wood e nd iron tare- castors, lamps and table cntlery, which they offer id flr sitin low, on trem most ti e most ucemretaesting tat terms, wholesale or rettil. Country inerchnts and sub others could find to their advantage to call and examiae a r previously to purchasing elsewhere. BRItOWE 1 Co, pn [l Inportera of lh altove wares, 17 Cart & 84 Common fPl N Y.Also a few sets table knives withl silver barllens, intl a new altd sulelior article. f it * e NOTICE I 0 CONTRACTOR4-. nut a- Ne'e Orleans & nashville Rail Road Co. on Y..TOU are reque.ted to bIring bierward ti timber col- wt Strmacted fr, with all rassible deapalch,as ryou are e rather out of tite, and we ar very iuel ill want of it. Po iJ.1IIES II CALIWELL, ip fell-3t Plaidednt a I'ERIM OIL-Ill caenks an 51 barrels winter oil. be Ie os lading from brig Elizabeth, Picayune 'Tire, and for sale bry. W MLI I')R'I'ER, a ie fell 95 (5,oanoor street as LRON CHES'ITS--Just reeived tia the Louisiania l Virei Rtonnit, 3 Ilionville street, IS taimrit r t in-t gle and doaul.le firs proi irot clelts, froit, the fictory of'1 IBrown, New o ark, lor sale by in fell WSI R CARNE. - T L. BROWN'SPatent PlatfarmaCnlaanes.--tro of I l ers can hlid at 53 Ilienville street, PIteot Plat he Form rinlances, sureriurto ainy eveur.ltrcd in this city. i l t W It CArI1ES. - ((V ItAIl Calesl andil Aochorr-Two chait clbIst ,y and antboa, landind tfrac brig Mary Elizlatlth, Picayune Tier, and for sale by Wl PI)RTEIR, et- titI 95 UCoUitiint at Aird _TA'-3 b' es Northe.i tIny. in stre- fr salein -It f.l/ CIHAOII.IN ntiillPrll.,8".Jills at itIh EA--6U uisao Uenirtnt Iena ill ntoe fIr sale "i feb It CHAII1I.IN & C(OOPEEIL l8Joilia t T.OBACCO-- 5 boxes e ilyer's) ianufactured To baece, i store far sale by fell CHAMPLIN & COOPER.82 Julia at ACON 150 caskt, consisting of hrms, sadea as Leand sides, for sale by G I)ORI(SEY, fell 41 New Levee air.- .LOUR.--950 bble in store and for sale Iy on L' fe6 Gi DORSEY,44 New Levee _ one J HISKEY-300 barrels rectiied .in store for sale V by G DORILSEY, 44 New Levee 'ost TO BE DRAWN THIS DAY. The following are tile drawn numnbars of the Louis ain antsLottery, Class A, for 1839: thie 51, 23, 71, 52, 6, 16, 46,39, 53, 67, 62.20. rt lint $10,000 CAPITAL PRIZE. ett LOUISIANA LOTTERY. titg Autilorized by Act of Legirlature. Chaplter XLIII, tert rared Maltch t. t18., Cltsa No. 4, for 1839. to be part drawn oa Tuesday, Feb. 18, 18.J, at 5 o'clock, P H. at tle Excblange litel, dt.Churles st. f D. S. GREGORY & Co. Successors to YATES e. cINTYRE 4 Co. 78 Numbelrs-13 Drawn lallots. eted GRANI) SCHEME. the 35,396 Prizes amounting to $159,719 Tre 'ickets $300-- alves $2 00-dlnrters I 50 Packages of 25 tickets for $78. Peekages of 25 half tickels $31 00. Packages of :15 Quarter Tickets for da- $111 50. For Packahges or sintg'l'ickrlsn. nlirlv at It. S UILEEGORIY & Co, tile Matnttiers Officit, Iee febll l s5,Couii treet, inrat to C Itor e c0lt. bOIN--70 barrela itt eitiread tor a.le by t tried R- ja3U JIIAYEII&Cot, 71 Pydreasrt d LUMIlbER,&c.-50 hde feat clear tumnber, S to Ispruce spar, 15110 bales iay op- 150 thds steam sawed white pine lathes, nanding from ship Platintiaa,dl for sale by joun 30 LEVI II GALE, 9:1 Common at rad, C ORN BROOMIS-41I (1 in store, lor s eale by jati- felt 7 1. ItIO{llaI,, t 1 New l.tve aar A grocITUAIr WANTED-Ii l a dry ir l ort atti . grocery store, or it Ihte or collbue I ouse, by sa l)tlIt ngentleman t ws hua liea l ltadonllstltralble tlelil o tce, alnd ca e onue wel recomalmnreded. Address J. C., lit 1 - tee Post (tlice. lie is wi ling to g.glle to remain it rtu dori,ig tlhoeliit r, ft2--h in of r5 HE lirninT I u ITi . A TEN is thih ii m dia diriolved i itttni enolsntt. Jlohtn lI) Ilein is tfe ttcharged iltl the tetleolatit of all ilitnt, tai;tiltn Ihe

d tip outer, and will use Ile anit oflirie limit i lilquidation only. JtlN I). II., jaun2-11I839. A. COIIEN. bumi 11PA COIIEN conlinues the C,.itili.oin HIIainess ill his individual lie, and for ii iill owe ,c ll. eo No. 9it CirtllnitO street. Jal4, 11::19 Bureau du Caomproller le lit .ecrunde .uniafieipatlie, ?3. Ntllee )r hiall. In 1 ah .vricr. 182;9. VIS et donlllle plur e Iieit, r llea jr diin nller un tal A Irla'lie i a n IIi Biier.ll aieiil[ 1.1, d tl ur ant i Imidi, I ri.ilarations poullr al in, dle toniit lea riles Glem. pIel Bot Illspietages des imem da duns Ilea lilitoede nar. cente Muni'ipalitc. I.e Contrlaeuir ttiurnlira an cautionnlnent pir tit ven e d'llne o pl usieurlS pcl'Uulns datus it solllle " de cota. $311101 pour la fidllea attntion de sea devoirs. 1.e ws Pall-jrllolll Co se..a ii pIar IlIOIw et oUllmptanl ullllvennallt s t ertifiant dot voyer lnI l'ouvreu ge a (16 COIeeuItiOlUt On conforn.etnot at u contrar. J. CALIHOUN, llow- felb. 7. Coni plroleur. port Coinoptroller's O.ice--Second .llunicipodily, Ncold S Orleniua, Flib. 5,1839. inng EUBI.IC NOTICE i Ihereby riven, that I will ad I, and judicale ait l Rice, to tie lowest bidder, on ''nlnrsdav the 1411, intsnot, at I2 ,'clock, Ihe rel .iriug, aible- fr , one year, of all tie paved Ireets, and sidewalks Pub.. Iordering on the same, withlin the limits of this Muni rd by Clrt cltractor tou give bold wnith one or nire d, e eurilis, in , s if 3000 for the faitllnl Ierforeti 1, the anua of tihe duiesa devuolvn upe irg littlit. lnyent t e he The ldle ltiiounnmly, in ash on0 the eartiliette of ile Survey orllult the work hlas been executed nactordi,.g to cen a th : tract. J CALIIOIIN, foe:ld Comptrluler W HOLESALE AND RETAILCOMB AN) VA RIETY STORE-at the sign of tihe golden e comb,Mo7l Chlartes steert. The suhscribers have re I Lived, io addition to tllir previous sts:k on hand, a fill and complete assortlle t of articles i their lintr; viz: comnbs, perfiLLery, vowe lry, brlashes, Ioc kilg glasise, nCfy artiiles, &e. eoisistitg in poart as follows: COI1S--tortoise helCIlh, wrireth, ad poelin tck,tVwiet, iiilled back, long ro rd, dressing, sii puff, curland neck, Brazilin combos of every description amongst which are s lome Mexiean patters, Ivory combs of every dascription, hornl, dressing and packet, together withau general assortment of Frenoh aml Amcricon. PI'itFUMERYV-Cologne, Lavenler, Florido, honey, I bay,rose,and orange flower wafers ofeverycsize em des criptin, camlonlrated Cologne, extradt of BJrglmot, taoey sopas of all kinds, slaving do iln cakes and ots cream ll ondo, Word's vegetable hair oil, bears tad ao tip uedo. I reston' slleallg salts, paidon oo perfumed tIlet powwdrpearl ttvder, pot ler pulls and boxes po. matutin oits ant d rolls, orne and chlorine tooth wash and otlwdiJs, with a general assortnent of JI\VELI.RY-- mne ofthel latst Ind ost fslliona ble setts, consisting of white tnd red cornelica, toper . jet eardrops, net in filagree, breast ins oa uf great - r'e ty of patterns, watch trlnntints, giltl td silve ,acklsre silver thimhles, silver ancd goldpt oeils ancd guard chains BRUSIIES-Cloth, hao-, Je. ag,orum.b,he tl,tfloor, Sat, flesh, tootb, plate, comb, Nail, shaving, shoo and whitewashl brushes. L.OO)KING GLASSES-German etatin and toilet glassc , magnifyintg tlt French dressing glasses, hlomee ro, with varieiv of other kinls not enoerated. (FANCY AND VARIETY ARITICLES--French and Americn portable desks ,land dressing eases, some very rch' and tllnl lv finished ladies work hexes and dres sing caeca with aid witlhout musie, musical boxes, Ae-. eordlia tvarionus kilnds, vilins and guitars, silver and plated ipncils atd leads,wood petcils ur carpenters and crsyuos, nmntleclocssgunsand )istols with and without eates, Ipercussion Cis, percussion cup clhargers, Ipp le ecretliners, shot helt',gaoe oags, ptote blacking, toy tea seedttoledil hads of every kindl, bells and itlines, finetand elc:tnt hnivos, erazors and scissors, tlhimbies, needles, ills, silver plated, steel atnd comnoan spects eles, plocet hooks nttl wallct of various kinlds, visiting clrdsand carnl cues,itlaylig cards ofFrench, Geirtat anti American matufacture, adlls, imitatien fruit, sn boxes, prints of various kind, walltders' Pomeryv'o, Emmersta's, Ilillulan'e and llawkit's razor straps end metallic hones,dirks, fancy head necklaces, dlo with far dropos,toy watches, tearl buttons, lowder flasks, cgu and ploti seed beads, gilt nlti silver do, gum elasitic epeau ders, and garters, iplui and sword canes, bahckgetmntn boards, dice, optical vienaeo, jewvharpst, tocofueo match es oItl drinking cups, with a great vcariety ot other arti cles all Ofwhli(th will Il cold ttr cash or city acceptan ces ot 12 imonths credit. B H SIMMA;IS, & co. d4 71 UCnrtrense. IDOLBEAR'S-Secitece of Pel:tottalnip received, add U br sale at theoir ieermanttt Writmag Acndlellies No. 8 Chatres street, New t)rleans, T8 I) ltadway New York, Dauphine ot., Mobile. It ispartieularly designed for privateo learners, and scltolos, and is calctluatd ftr persuos of all ages. Ladies td gettlelenl are invited to call and examine tie systelt for tlletlltnives. Lessons are given at nelh houses as may sait the convenience ofall, and to elace.-forneod in any part of the city. Llies who pjrefer itcol receive lessons n t their own ref sidtlenes. tePret.a paving for ane : I rse of lessoensamr desired o attend until they writs t, well as tlhey with. mt DOLtEAR & IBOTHR .R. S fPERIM OIL--t batrrels it sttir. and for sale by jul7 AIBRAHAM 'TRIERI, 34 Poydra st !.OAL.--.76 tone oftim betst English eoal, well suited J Ittrletlae bkat ltut, n bstnltqtte A hecrna, from New.Coaste, rlot ae by ltILMs.hES MILLs, ja". Bank Place AVANA SEtAIlRs--3Q t princctpe Htvtetat argr H forba!eby ISAA. ,IDGlit & I-, IL 131 M.1againo s c'lif I'I.ANTERS--The ubsribers offer fi.r sale, I ,llier'sCorn a Mills, cob rackers. corn shellerh , ,I.. :.lI tindder cntters, and every other variety iof i o. of gordoa tools; grain, gpnas and g.rden seed:; S.I, agriclt re and olnsogement osrteock; fruit i .okrm ell f4rrees nti plo ua,. (:Ot0loguo Co tellaill ing names, pcie anodeleriptiona ofneacl nriicle for cal f.itohed by IthI ubsclilier or by Snll & Brown, who are appouined o l legote r hi. ac:elhliNblnealt. Rt)IIBER'P IN(.LAIR Jr &C(,u, Mcllm r e9 Seedsmen land MInntlllctur ers, allimore Dom ' ECFIPI' BOOK1s--JIIt received at tDivi Fel' - e-t & CuL's, r new and extensive aaaortorell ol eo. ceipt Books, for sale low, at feb9 24 Chartrers t SUGAiR--150 hide. on plaubtalion, above the city, A7 for sale by READ) & BARSTOW. fre9 9 Bonk Place MAYJIIALTY OF NEW OIKEANS. E TIlE price of Irrlih four to-day is $775 perbarrol hoa according to tie tariff-u the bakers haoll give dui. BU ing the kualing week (from Monday llth lust.) 37 ioune ces of bread for a lll. Bread of tie asecond quality is reqohired to weigh 25 per cent. more. viae: 46( oSesu. fe9 C. GENOIS, Mover. TANDARD PERIODICALS-Litle'la Museaum aind "Oafr GlIed illustratel." t e rMr HIAUSMAN, the agent for these publiretionv , is now in New Orleans, and will be happy to raire eiv subscriptio n to either work. TI Miuseum ponerarea Ir a relutation inferior to faoyy. In fact it has beci le nioll y stanllnrd publication. "Our Glebe Illantraled" is ll pnblisNbrl i weekly nuobera, 52 of wnllelh will forry i Ad, srlendid vlume. Eclh number contains two ibenlti. Si fil steel engraving=, and about eighlt page of dreoriii Ple tion. It is in ollroo uaie nd is tilie cheapest iiliean Fri lyon fhe kid in the eworl. Subscripl price. i C nuillhiera Ior $;61 elore thn $50,001) ioW been Ixpende Eq on the work banod it is confidently recomnmeided as tully C worlbv of ptronage. I Suabrrlptilonn received at No 44 Cannp at, and allb t . Poast Ul.ce. fe9 1i it NEW PIA NOS, frolo Pmrils-J at rceivd per shalip 1 axio,l from Ilavro, and tor aale bIy te s1ubscri b here: Ed A new assortment Dplendid lorizonlal Pianofortre and Piceolae, from thie celabrated laaufiactory if loey- C i e & Co.,i f Paris. r.hrllese inetrnlenats re prlicohllrly well finished, i,. cr lly . elactied and focr li a, lIast iiirly ynlil lnay 1 ny ext. E JOIINS & CyI, 7e9 St Chllailes ot NEW ORLEANS _ JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ! ECLIPSE COURSE. ft '1 1 l rr S lieav, 3t oaf M r nL8r, aeoie as yr OFFEE-54 bago Havana Ceffe, laod frombe. or barne1a Roger Wlllaysy ty e i niraby J PRING MeETIn,1oe 39 i cheil Spiorunimee on tled- .ie ,lacbcr, 3th of Malrich. ad cne ds. d jlticular n due time. Y.ARS 7 BN. IVE o w -At 3i-OPEi clou RO of spectior ee in 'e ba qult Roger Williamso, for sale by ja23 S AAJC P WIBII 'N:Y, 72 Coagn st N Ps. `tiitDAGEE ke . CITY IRoNe, srd Ne sizes, fSi5ti lt Feblhruary. 11139d. Bte stuf lXCHANo, on aegland, irnelead lineo; iggisg (UNN A2r,&l. nor 01c by . lv . Il I)RIt , RAR 4,'OW. N. I4 PlcerV anE c OPE-'ca Cofol, o suer William, for sale by SEP COCANE, II ja24 I C Ill G 5 o troy M gzinrenst JOHN V. CHILDS, - SENGRAVER AN COIEgdPE, or-PIalAt E IrINluER, ENoie. 3. OBCap ,J P''. filt engrave 'ad chil e ore, ynk coelrs GUNoY Bo, S-I 2,lyr i insour lfair .al i by tr9 liOle K- 10 bbld mloon prile r . 0., foi r . ol tly l P, OF riltapc.rClfGARS-3o Lo pcic ale ren od r ir fillie, i ,00lCl' I pI ut Cigars, 0 auling fra o a llread i Ra oer. fWillie, for sale by JOSEPirI. COCKIIII; b os i I 1.. 114 lglillle 4 ( vierst rit JOHN V. CHILDS, ,i E NlGRAVER ANI COIii IiPEiic RIcwIAE IlNI'I o'ER, ol p ii l. en lte tkttal .ir lll linn i i .iorer nk notes. rIiclls iing f fcI lexc lgb lls of ll adi ng, 1 iioma iiiea n. tilhe and visi:mln crd.ld . nllylri ml, 1 cr all . iiioIIIi g 00 IlLt house sIoulsdoor pluses, silverI wllore, e. -ilwl+~ tan n1dr.n J oh rtml t ro f ey o ilcr plataned ylld brs idiilro lI-s aunld pr:olulll (rota ieluls nlrtall t v gruaed. tiil 1((c uhN- 'r( asks r uctl'lt b f lel r e lloli gera la I folot, am alon rr ic by S . 4 ll.y l l.l , 0 a l l I, eii l L1r r1 4 M gil i r a l r l i i l e le r ' i le t 1ri" 'lona 11 intheig 7in, rc il rlird 4L hi.y till i e tow I rdoil rIut'.ii iruri o le r c A le , g t e ra r y nag r a ir b e ii n, ii l ia g a ll y o eiet .c JollYIcIs eriliicni o 1 11 lble lo ttill r ccll utems strreu ro.i iro i n ilieo i a o aiiyri 10 to llt eahlo 1r1e macall. l asie t n thre ab u:1 U sed ity tal larn Ih r its alllliltl.ll i w ic h l)r. Johrnty , fr.olllmIa riyt, f l atc y yili e oe rs T i na rinle Ide "ua ely aaifin li.i [.is g Vre allt i illisee IniUClil illi Mfrs thak parting ule ""oyng or rhe Cr()less, ji unlrv wlld a osdt wff ieled lly n gi lin ro tul em tloprers i p rlde cri s Ire ifc oipenorrll inl itulhe, ircniugci r Cfiunlccils olfokuys, oye l i d i , U r e .hra, e rlolyyyii (il auef , l w e leiy d '1i c o lll e te s 0 Elr.poon ist thle Skill , Sor e 'll'real, PIi ilf ir t taeo net, moaa ii olr oiriua llhtpof allio gnleallly foluloi load Ilia dsar oie. ig bcellt wases i Ure in wo or lle days wi lIhou th y use f ialef hdlc i il ilieu ir yollr a uriliri s, or flforl ftslllon , t Ihoae rl of livinlgl.e il il se Ei eliocsrs r l revelic Veillorei ll Disease alolt e blir l tained ou Iir.Jullha e l eylo iu (iti firsts i.hrc loie l nal. tar seolvearry, uailfttrtheocftiaaa SBy wloe , d wasan ring, ser d s wh ure ldiia ge tllluic l iotlacre llc c ouray. d Tbik s S ed c n by Ddr. JllIa sl, at lb., eledai. Thone perlosl lune- having ally l Ser.tiun ow Venereal I ae iee, and pibut taking sea vnlion ue Ioa r rflei llouo l (fleai le countryioilld tor d io well y rioilvln ree. JliIIIoh iilc rtl u pfriiopell i -ICc f Ifor be wit writen dirctions fy r t.a eir ave. Orvy ue Of len ,,ntlen to the morning until 10 o'clock at taler ABEIINTIIY' h I)YSPPrfl I.IXiR. Dr.l l b etttyll, ll grentlt oCf l:lgu!ihlhs*urgto ns wats VA "pin tat oiote,eta ofdgc tohe a iid reillea tincl ufiii Idea akit peloriod. ln ti le toacd li r t Xir amy k full hisvutu atdupublic praeriod.fr upwards of . .. .. New Yon, 1i7tb Agunst, 1838. :I5 .I dindis l.stree. Sltn:-Il con.qeenceof leading a sedenary life, I lnve been trIulbled, more or less, with Idigrntinu for tell yeurs; f)r ,ie last three year's my nullerings Ihave bree ieauppnnrtnle. I halve trird several idyeni.,ie... alel a en.nrorqenck Iledicines, willhnt deriving any benefit. I dilspired tf ater obtlining any permaneal relif, and resiglled nlll.eelf tr thie mnst Itopele despair I wan peruaded by many fiendtl Io try Abetretliy', I)yspeplie Elixir. I Iave now lillilled he fitllin hbt tle. and know not how to expreel my i elirntion Ie " it. wondnerfil virtues andl Ihe.mo'acle it iti perfrmned in restoring me in Hilt Ihealthl which l . t lig ii t fir ever. Send ae half a dozen blites it tI e linl except my thanks ifor rna blessings you have u erred y re storilng ain Io pelnt hlc Ienllb. 1 rennin .nelre, 1CO It MONlOE. the agent has in his psseision sere indred ien rilllollinla sinilar t the Ih*le, of the n Xinllrdinillry vir tlee of tlii toedieil.e. ISold by nppnitimual, at Ir. th"."son'n, 140 nSienville ,treet. nov.5 NEW GOO)D--Sinmoonn Hnrtt & eo are IIIW 're I clving freoln on btn ardi shipa Yaez,n at Stirtongan andhbrig Conenrdin, front New York, n great variety ol godsl in their lie, wlhichl togethell witb tmt ir bnler itcek on lt.nl, Imkes their nasrt lernt veryvfle ts. 'The ollowing elialpne apalrt,nvi: I twio t iei,r" +;de, Inck andl ressing enitl n, lorindo d all ldeseriptionsi, Ila dine rnuber, silk and worsted elnastic ianrtle, c.Iiinoan & ine elastic suspenders, lcfico iilvrn LaifiC r IIutl:bes, Jt'idlitz ptowdersmowderpuffs andl bfes, toilet llw* er, pet bhnooks and wallett, needlle lihooks, sheull, pear, ivory and mo.co cardnl ens, Ilienld ornunellts, plin co ral heads, neklaces nnl negligees, bead hains, bead ceklaces, cut glans alnl plain,need,nilver nt.d gilt leads, Indial belds, belle and plumes; pistol ani Iinrgepow Icr flnske,shot belts, horse, belt. pocket ann tlnreiliag ieiatols; double and silgle barrelled clas. BIowie khives, and dirks. seissor, slhears, pocket knives, .iird ehnins, nd ribbons, waist buckles, elotlh hair, tootmli, nilcomnb, rtibh. shoe, plate, floor and dusting tbrusahes, CohIigne, Florida, lavender, rose and bay water,assorts I assgnsee, and exraets, llnecaassar, bear, antiqle, atd VnrIn' ve retibl habir tiilsn shaving and toilet onps oftall des. eriptions, Iadie.=' andi getelmens' desks andni dressing .lse, hair rieglete, frizattins end braidsl, ilain, faicey and muisienl work In).bs, plain ail gilt, figured, tlit anil at hbulttoas, pearl end ivory shlil doii,, shirt Stlld, gold nd silver pe-nil cses, etootpcks aned tweezers, plated eed gilt lockets, aniniiture do, sihler, brats audsteei l hinblee, hooks nle eyes. Itir plis, imitalion frnut, bilk mad redbnk, shoeM blcking, violins and guittre, riibed ad plain pIercussion caps, lierg twineo, scented csln enas.gold and niier lae nd fringe, latter paper, ,.ae ngs,triding wlips, walking etirs, phtyligenalde, Ane old, plated and gilt jiwellry &e. The above, togetler with a great variety of o:hlier ri ,le are oLrel at wllIltIslenor rl~tIl no .c.unttiidatillg N B Shell samba repaired. -LtK INf.-5 hbil, eonlaining 61 don. cia i, all' SI ea , ronliloine dl d8 ecti meit l)ienl,.p's Ineti laking, laning lOll t il a I Nashville, t.nr clm Iy hi1 ISAAC IJt.I I E &. ,13n linazriuetal Cauap St. Theatre. Thie celebrated horse MAZEPPA will appear. 811t THIs EVENING, FEB. 12, Will he performed the Play of' THE LADY OF LYONS. SMelnotra, Mr Fredericks, Ilan Damns, Ilarretr , Kin Bteansenr t, Fieldi g. Pa: line, Irs Barrett, Gh, Widow Mslnotte, Greene. To concdlde with thie Eastern Drama of EL HYDER. An El IIvder, Mr Frederic'.s, ,I IanIrtt, Fieldinlg, Ben'l'areb, Uilbert. Zada, Mrs Anderson, SPince Cherrabin, Mirs Wray. Gri a LAW IIOKS. SQUIITY Draftnman. Equity Digest 3 vols, Crahbb is LhEnglish Law I vol, Coventry & litnshes Diesl e 2viols, ChaIners Manige tRghts I vol, Coalynu nu Con es tractsa I vol,Coll er on Prtnetrellip,Uanons Abridgemrenl i Bvol, Iorlnllgauis Natiolnall Politicrl Lo.w. Biley oil is Bill, IBrinkerhorcks Low ol'War,llanghumon Infancy, WV 1n Adonms on Ejutlents, Anlhuims n llteksonne Abdol on in ti. Snllipting, Angel & Anln.s on Corpoiations, Gouldc for t'Pleadings, Ilarrisons D)igeert 3 voln, Ilovaednli an n a- Frauds, Jolnes on tilhnrnte, Ingolmdl Digesl, Kenle Ior 52 Conlnatari.as 4 vols, Gow n Partiers i, rhip esl ys ed Equity Evidne, Smnlilhs Chancery Practice 2volm , e ly Conklings Prctice, (arlis Admirality I)iges, bi, Fuor tnlo Iby AI.F.XANIttl( TOWAIr , 49 tamnp St. nnn he AISINt-100 boxes NR Rniaius, A 21111I 2 boxes do do Iti 111100 I-4 boxes do do do te- Inimre .ndfrantr . olin feb1. CIIAMIPI.IN & COOPER, 82 Julia at 'n ORtN--bli0 sea ks low ladnlintr, and fin sale by ' C a2 ClAMPLIN &Lt(tetlER, illJnlie at - ely ule by IIIAMPIIN ~L( 'EII , at fUg IIl .l Il a Ior L I IME-I lll enasknshllnulnllluu Imelill for sole in lul s l tU suit purchasers. Aply itIr Ie9 I LAtIttAV, 66 C(ramp st SWASHIiNGTON BAI.L ROOY Dress & Masquerade Ball St. IPhililip treet, between IRoyal & Ililurbhon. llqtt. Mlaan r of llde iilrve ilnned Iall iIttnn,grnae t I'l l nno his , rng les nl the piublic Iin he ntrpl.r lulled patronlage hlto ld lon himl torseverul sessons, rrplieclfully inforlllm Ihelm that uI. eilablilshnlent hits been enlalgel for tile amulllellnnl of visitors, and nl drgolne imllnllli repairte. The hr will be surpinssed iy Rloe in lnulity ol liquo.rs, and the tleeiisrint a ill hI. khiih by tIhe abletl Restauraein ur ien the United miim. . STh roim will re-open on Saturdall y evennllg, 3rd ofil Neevnnlber nnnxt, lby oGRAND ItLR:SS & AIMAS(QUERADl E BALI., ied- and will itake diaceas unrull everyi Mionday, Wedlrne y. dany nd e atlrday vellillng, dUrilng the rcislnai, nlhic, will and oer tihe Iet of lMly, 1839. tor, N. II. The Ernatest sitenation will be paid to keep. 0 - ing erfect order throughout the eluabliarmein, a wmnal rom done last season. nx:o it t ' NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE ItA.lRtOADI srtel COMPANY. I dne NEW ARRANGEMENT. grlg fI'ttfm Locomotnnlve will leave le tI)epot at n lie lit ii4 S CaTrl treel,every day it 8 A. an. ind rcturil Ice P. M. except S.lnday'l, when she will Ihe art Return no 4ti "en r A Car fo private parties, provided the ilnlber ie nsuficienti, will be eiin dowin ie road on one diy's iun j12, 18i9 JA II ALIIWE.I., Presidlint ier COTTON CIRCULARS lI PRINTE':D ritilh the (GrIealtet ry7ndri.ion, and evea in a style unisurpjsed irn New Ontin.l s, or else where. iDe.ues lef a ICoxremrIe Room in Si. Charles En lta- change, (Corner of (rarier S. ) or at T I U E rigr AMERICAN PRIIN'rI NG OFFICE,I , corrier of PIydras and St, Charles Streets, will be re at promptly ailended to. Dec. I--if. 'ER, STEAM BOAT IBILLS. ills 0 WNt1Ii, A(GEN'T'S, or iI'TAINS of S'rTEAM ran IIO .'S cran raiie their iJlilstreark rj; in uice tnii or mlore ('llllrd Inks, ao Plain or ('llltrlred I'ilt r, rrith ir despalrch, and on fnrorabl- Terms, by leaning their OttHErl:s atnri I ; AMEIIICAN OIFFICE, corener ofi *' P'U ydritn uie St. Charlen streets. It ul P j iM l .-5 n illse willtr strained eprnI a ll i -ie e ilU 8 Froi .. - ived Ril ...r sl v . J- ISn.k Ch ks,, Cilrt ) I &n itC, Arntio.n S /'I I E i111\1- i.-i)-K-r (h .br , t'el ..r.ry 'n hr d.. hTC Fiription RIN3Io rge ;nrirn at firecalin Ro. `i ,`ýt1 '1o Lh T -Itl e gIC sNt" i lSrt( r frl. Ioex by b S L1.1 lgr Ig t se i c 3l iront t evee rtn tItln lt Chteckr, fllitit of I.ltdtltag A.trltiont llow x llnl RSnnr the :liriully, aR atl ary other deii nin the '1 (:it it.r l ll in I llrmr "'TUI'ill AM.o IIIiCAN' r iSri. r I tm.nts EI 0ci N eaee, 3d rioir Ilrony ii raivinr elreet, or at flee Printing Irlirce, corder of In'ynlrn- nnd Sn. (harrn clii istts. l.euiimtensine ald b.intifnit[ iroii nhid lintcnrTy beys, from the best Funcrnlriri' in their/lnitnid a'tes, hiirejua been added to the alretdyi weet/-clonked Estab/i/e trrrri; -- un t (ei-irnruatnreie// w ie e.eeeild as Inw, a. ('line li, Folaw tiedliiiously and Bleaunifully, as at ally other Oliice n ie in the Line let's- N-. - 1 CARDS 0II PRINTED at the abIotara Notice, in the most elte,'at samner,, in Itllaek batColerel Icas, as IRntaiel eIt, Vhitte Flnae, or Plaiti S9rfcil CAIt. aad Peries aery reaonaaa le i/at TLUE AIlliIlC.N OF FIlE, earNer ,.af li'oyhala n itS. (harIesR sia. .Seetatl New and Beitantibil Foutat oaf TaPE have just been adled to the Ratatbtshlnenl. Ordes reeeire'd at Citaiptiug Routh, St. (.Thamcs E~rrhan'e, l:rdlador h.o. Graaitr tt.,ar attlte Printing Office, earner ofl'ydean & St. Charles steet... _ntwal-tf TO MERCHANTS. MlElCHA:llANTeaan hatec a llI.IVTIFaI. Clau. It.t strratkjatfaahaue Nur, NrtcT.,bhyattt,,,glp the Cot~nptineg ILictn otf '11(11?'E AMIEI(ICAN l'tsttsT:NO; Dealer, i. ClarlIa Exchange, atji.ntni the ILEAti. Ian aRno at Crneer o.f ravirr ciroet, teal he 1'tint tag OlhIRc, cureier of PIoydra and t. (haarles streets. A I)VANCE' E b will be tittcl n inehiptt it. livet A pUul, lavre, MAcuaeillan, New Yaak and ll'hiludel Ip, by AI)A3IS Ii WHI'I AIAI, - jalh 67 Gr(i1ra Hi A VANA S ti . o9,1ptll-l o ji cafe nlitio i inI r i.e anoe by jatl5 A~AIlt All I'I(IF.tl, 34Grvier at FORlt AI.E. A MulatWoman, slcultnl I helthiy, aged fromi A thirt)·-air to linty years, Shs ids alikvlv·Lllll must detairble servant; ganef coik, Frenaclh or English; washer, ironer, und npiid ea.tra-i n a wnrl, ani Ameti call hougnac srnt. Shbe it ansld becaue she has been insolent to, he nmi~tress. AIpply tothlle Editodr othlel True .btnerican. FARiYIItNC tI.RS CL'L'IIIIIN AAl' CiJ).I'. DIIl aaubacrittrs iea i folr celsh eitv tta ,tHae , atashort sight,((a t wholeale.) thetil R ealck o heady MoidaClnlthin, of the latest antnd most Iaatiunnahle ali le, cnnaislingoftevery article upipci,"riai.g tao eitalemntn'a dreas. lUBLJNSOt)N & tiOlO W\VIN. lab7 if No 60 Cburtrnasat l.A\V lEPOIt'r'S. I ITERS' U. S'y'ATEb. Iianvla' Peters' colldnr -L ed,(i vol.; Eglish exchccler, , 6 vole; condensedd Enoglish hans eey, 9 vole; C:rom"Ih'c, 9 vol; Brocketr broughl.' U States, 2nalnl; Barrow's, 9 nt; vlle; '.i· Elhuaetts, 16 ole; Pickeringe, 17 vI? s; It rllirril & EtaY, Ii elatin4 Engtiahlish CtmlmtLaa;hntd vole: tng. lith Eaclesiatuatiel 5 voL ; Atkihiiaita 3 volt; Il ll' tnetavaor cu'tt, 2nul; Johntin's aetantta .law, 21yIt l; JuIJIuPUIn'I Cbaueery,7 vols. Greenrtlleaf. n Mnisl, 9 vole! I'u~rdor-e Ii vle;I'l"WilliamsP 3 vole; Hunan's UI Siao',., 5 oIl; "'iittnn'.a doa ?ttolt tSn.taundes, 3 voln: WVanltcngtul'a U Stot.a, Ilaale, fur sanleby ellb 6 ALEX. TOWyAll. q 28 ' ampll st ~1Al .bG WIN K-.A invicm.e orfalgagtaeet SWinea, fcr onlt by REEL) . IIA R1I{'S'tW, fel, 7 Na 7 Blook Place 1_____7 No 7 l'a..k PIuree lINE API'LEt'llEESE 6. batses far vkleiby e7EAD & IIARS'I'tDV, j JEIN' IN-211 cit-ca 1.retnaiandl "tiacrtcctt Printw a I vlarious a llltllile, &Ca Ill ia fell 7 !,AAAC ItRIM.(E o, &. 131 Magazine-etr ItlSS.IA WIHI -TI it lale f atf lisrlpiir q t it . a tale by ISAAC llIIiE & Ca leb7 13Ia ugizinet a l L'.OTIIIN(l -80 canes Clatbtinte, eampr iuig an en I easaiae aasortitent, for salta l lab? ISAAC BIIIltl & Ca-, Il3l Magaine st SOAlt-St00l bazen Nlealtlann nald (Getaga Rolbins' Sbanti, tor sale by S iA L * IiLtRWNE. leb 7 96 Ml~n in' at GNUNNY 11.ttal-1511 it blasa and buntdles, aa. "tle-i alea, fr nCle bya jon 10 ISAAC BIIIIR E & Ca. 131 Mlig na taat I NFT' iii tha abIairibber. strei, No I C arlret at.. aliannt twit teakis ii tee, anIautol Itibackag, 'an aollting a 'Ino tfrulinc, aeaen inll ttttttttl, tan bioxar lnr t'imt cuptitnae Ihens. k. link owr coI halve thri, tic pa) li' tar Ithit alrrl-evantt aa!S EP S 'I-W y Ct t) Cham-ca st L bluS llactiug, a ne sulat jy'1, ct ilb Cal t JOWAR, 1' Carn1. a St. ChIarles Theatre. 8th eight of the celcbrated Tlagco dcinll 11. Ji 1i lOOTll. This Ecenicgic, Fe'brlarily 1. , Will i.e ierfirnled the celebrated Tragedy of HAMLET,. liamlel, Mr Iholnh, King, lurInc, I nerteP, Inleien,' Gho.el, P'clrsun, Oplhelin, irs. Debar, .Quleel, Forren. An Overture by tie Orchestrs Grand IPa Seul, by Mad'le Rnveeot After which tihe popular petite Comedy of MY YOUNG WIFE & MY OLD UM BRELLA. Grizzle, A1r. Ilrowne 'l'6i, ipkiie, D ebar, I Dinah, lrs rPlemier. T)I .OOlDWOITll'alseiefly nrlrentedl'.ANING MA t CI NF. l'A'rEEc, N ov. 15,1836. S The selllcrier iein rvil oe of ule ngeanii ocf old \r, Woodwrth, liic cce f r id AIid llcii put UpI for une, 1.in tie mill of leocar . Ilirlle & Co. in the city o1 ~l Sreoeie, which inv iperson can enclnciu; as he bacns n ilccuer ofillid ll chicesfnI r ,ale, and iu M thle goenry f°Ior dislpoirug ofitle Irivilegu fIr liche scicl mclcine.,t ti h i dresirous to Cell bIy telute or paricales,an mly best sui tie acppliecnts. IIThe . Ilicline ll are thi greatelsl l bollr uovilig Ilmcliirnel ever put ill iure, hIr delinCli and I. uolilng pilk for Ihfura, or loardl for weather soling. Any pcrsoc dccirous of piurchnciig, cac cal at No. 71 AIlmlsurt ieet, whre tili oubicribr cen Ie fou nd. jauoli-lum WM. P' ilASAiINS. t Salmon, landina from shill C;harletonll, for sale by fl2 &JI' &J iI'lNIN:Y, 73 iCacmp st at NNOT'l CK.-For soatiCEUOFFEE II(BUE, will oll or ic i cc fixtlres, il (lnmp Itrect, in the central port of a fftlir , llll( doilg nlowu ia ipeitV Pl rt lclluness, fr fur. i her plaricullu rs. Ill' y il.l cc_ li i'tl l hthis iler. 1. in UTMIIIRII.AS-11l casei, 28 to 3 in. Mantun an ) iinghiInm ilmllrelln for Pale lby at feo ISAAC 111110). & Cc, 1341 Magazines s -t lfEN'fllydraulic asd Iihtnuuietr.- d and / for sale by READ & l ..ltS'i'OW, f6 " s- Bank I'laao. Sand for sale bly I'TESON If A VERY, e jO9 8ll Graners . IE111E POfI)II OILPHIAN, or Vicissitudeln-A taln b Iy Ithe euthor of the Swiss Iloire ,, jolm raceivedi Ic- and fir sale Iy A. 'I WAR, jd .ji 30 49 (camp at b 1W YORK .lao' lih .-io -i;h-,-hartree -trecr. I y IAVII) FILT & CO. l L:rrv ncrteile in atnionarv rnlldv ilnlde, or to orcer iput l, at shilr notice. Wlolieilu or retail, caE i or S OA P-i1-ll1 Ixr l.No.1.iia PXIeand iraoI, banill Jll. Ill.ohcll, llll ·Jecc o '4'rowbridge, (irlige litlbhiic p. and J II Mrinii; ior .aie by S ja24 ISAAC 3 llllliliE & .&, 131 Mngnzile in i7O ('COfI"'E IlOULI E & IA .RS-The ubsecrilbr 1 Illln jllet Ve.oivcd n arg ll IlBornlneet of (lin TumbTdler. I lleollIec, Sugrllr IRwls and silver lllneh l.adl I loddy t .spodlliU . l hicli hll ey ofer l r Rnle lcw _j_ i liS IW1411t & Co. 17 Campi it 04 IONI ON Editionsof slan.lnad works, coeniing u Meloluir of tcnlo-k, literary and muiscelioneous, ,4 v hlo llalo, (hi Nelcdion, ll dlllienitedl to Motllolcll e (oiurgnel.d, 7 vol,, ly'. o illill e.i i ciii ip,2 crul, iil (cI'Ild deirocciiiccicc4 cids, li ('lllliii 21,3 i r li, do !'illilr d, rnd do Hir Iecaliev Nardi, d jbSir Joh North, Ine do Naiolion, by W fi Irllild, 4 rtl. ito Nllll0lNe11by Scvary,.liuke of lizovipe I n ddihion Io tie aliioe. a lirege Supply of sltandardlrl E works, iksI rrei'ivcil, folr eleh, Iv j \V i W : 11 I E ' N, ;,r ('anrpcll ( lenllill I,. j1 a UIl'I'I S Adliciil l I)iogs.--A Iligicst of clurnl ill. le (.t l c iurti I AhiliirIlty in EIIglhnd, ici I cl. beCVO, iiii 11 10 n foi or r ble 1il, o ALEXr I T(IWA R, 49 ('nlmp II cHISc WINEI FOR SALE 1 41 Il'.r 4h.nkhpiln.er t lll I P o II . ktnerll one d., : It Muskao br l r. hecr lion I rl'aoe an I l lecci cil.o l.lcc iro r ( 0 w hi l.h p ure i ald r riite, 1by f..iro i t Frn olac,i llhni. ar el Ct logne dali Si-g extnaLelyi,4 with ihl. arl. It i, r li. .ec onlry. till ivory bo. tle .t n i ,,l llttril is atlix,,d, vhowinhg sl nh 11 yII Ir of gc ll ixl III ll In ,i,' y n la " as 1 it su ller. r,,lh,, ,P the gc11,,,ll ,uls, ~-rlat in' e AIIIItIIAM 'I 1ER,34Gr vir ir II i h(AY-10r clic hal- Ii," or ii1 beai s uir poiu nlnl- (I 1 Ic i u Im el, tuo1linI fr1 l h ll 4ip Ileiverlb v ii sllr sale Iy 1.1":1'1 41 A I.e, o I j 11N 1 0 111 1 fill N (ici e I ar r. f or ,til- aiih IEAl. & IIAIIt')W, lU9 7 i i Itnk e lluer de r j j j I cI'I'c I : .lc c fii ' I .I u + cit: ' I e l l . . i I ccigi c i:, 1 kc,, 1 ..I I',ih,' (''111 i W hiti I.i,; III ca Ls l eli I, l.illln. (l II, f lr m rille by jcc IN r-r Comi nos Il I T oehopicale f-s + li i y Ir icik lis.co 1Iti hlr ht) lIIAI.Io &. & IBOWN, le jaa; l 96i; Magz I ine Il Ilic. lur Ierllt IcIy I iilAYER & I', _ li 74 P- Iv.I c.iI Il _ | .I);I. LAS. 18 elii pl , I ul ul - ilkl Unl llrelhlc cd I lnraizelY & ANeiiIIEISr hIlfIc-Melcicy, icruig o cal.l by 1ecI 01A.E & WN, cc . lota by Ic. Icly) &I cV, mo0 1 4 N3pcwinsc ae OF c - cc-o--i r z ' .0 IREWAI:D. A 'ITRUNK wo hrbkn opten tt Madml Sull's,u on th tle olf ittg th 11th7 i.t., potl wo pockot o rks, (one red Iorecco i alt other i, ok, with ,il t ellge) rne tautIII ;v; t l vmi val,. abh leCapers, mud I ltefoor 9'4,410 drwn hy I'[vPecltottnt loyyn. ill vor of tlie la Icri. ,r, fIuyhh oUn or ahbutI Ill,. Will of Malchl, 1038, aod dtoCl th il6th oft'Mrch, 1037; ot ptorci- daJles out roj All lraos ore firI leed Ilot I, trae for aiil oti. A. -i, til al.s it reI'tipt of de'poLitewidl Iurk-t Ull o I.,a lfr I$. Il,.lU e Eln cN l II h toll cas wbell s te TIi, lot hot,k l IoT s o btleft t te rh mIii roootn of tlurke, \VIi o.I ha odlo h Ie wrcw all i id. Ud Ji0 I0otnwllI, IS J.1..htra L A'-I r' snaalt su, r for sate IC, doi,,h A lcohol, nuow ludiug frle shill Col omblas. and fior enleby J.1IVIt , & ANLtIDshi, julll .e.H r .mliOWt & Tl.6opitoulu ots ale .\ tIIAY EII & t', 74 PoIydrs It 1 jttll RIl:A) & IIAI1tITOW, 7it lk PI'' tlle--Ara ia teo ull idi winter, nowrrulntr,, fur l.ts hy IS.iN LI. & IIROJWN. -reG 96 MagI.zine ity fEr ARE OF A \WVIDETI.FR-A poeroon repre aeotlillg hlinlself ts a eler of Ctougraes from Texas, otI Imo+titg by the OoUUeof JP'arker, took leg. blail fior toustuon, ''exn0, Io re 77th f I)eoftcemtbr lat. oavine his bill te Iny tollse uapaitd. ThI is l to warl trio good opepoiol"tl'exas to bewauhro til ilsposter, for otch the oe ioa , doubt le is. W11 CLAIRK, te5 lticiog Sun Ilotae -OP1 I-(t)tKS ,r Leter-,tot pt1e0-l0 -re-eete'd l-JIrma New Yol,rk, allt will be aloll w for cosh or approved eredit. Also, I letter press andi the last of the lvuoice, at DAVII) IEL'' & Co, ja30 N Y Statotatrs Ilull, .4 Chtartreasi FLOURI--80I aorrels superior brand, for sale by iul7 0 II It1I-l.,1 65 Poydr sa t I1.O'IT'l'tlN1tG-t e,,, B.ottittttl Pts;ttll I do scLarl Sflanlel dShirts, olr sle I,y jal6 lit AI.I. & IIItOWN. 96 Mgonzine II C by IA.IPLtI. & COuPE Rl Ju'8 82 Julla s -l- tiltti t-)tKt-tl . l "-kt.oot,,-T p.,Ipr - ftl- ki.d ionk quill and tn goPerltI sauorttleat of books anhiluble for coultry merc.hahtt canjte hetll oU goot termt, at A TOIV'AR'S fol hoolktlore, 49 Camp 00 C tOCK.S 0 1' I.~I I'IE:(.'EJ just Opente, il 1, .J hlllrll'he ' t t, zen warralllltlln II d, y Tin)epioce. , llprilttr nttbllh. l'heioa:ltll td exllai thIe sam e. N. ILI Clockh ,''i..lttitt +,VtttoVIt ea. oujic Lluxes.I aud Jewelry cirIe!ully repl~ird, uulld wrrantled; eLU'Bes nttdurulot flt;tSt BSuoe unlll flor sal'., Sby jo0. I CllItl' .I'tN&CctttPEt,8Jttlioia AS7--7 soo:k o(;trllltlot It, ill tor four sale, by j-- t30 CIIA0 P'I.IN & ('()PEIt:R, 8t2 Julia I I AIlt--t1O kags T'r, in firot rate orderor isroe by j"29 IIA I tAMI.IN & Ct )O'E'lt, 8a Juliaa F.1NGIISl Chlth Ptaper-lstol receioed a (hw " reams oof very lingt lF.tgi'h clolt paper, 30 by 45 inch.. 3t by 45 inclt., oel 36 be 45 inch,; a tetrror ortitle. Also, groee Itv i~ MIrlht pa1-o blauokineg or ble dy O'AVIID FELT & Co, 14 Cltiulroe lo _ _4 _ N Y otattonero Holl "1TAILt)'S V-eotttle Iltir Oil, r tie rotoaraitoq ! -tandl g'owth lluir, giving huelth mud bent!t',and trevhiol ax llllllllOsa , Itetre tillh Iltir Oil wo0 ttloltred tto ot pubtit, o ha l Itolllg oli l fl llt ir, i a II I +rnr i; +l l t tyiti tO its oolutary •tetLtu utoe boeeon ctliitt It tta oetor foilod to protlu -a nrw i h taotqiftl gro wlth o1' hbolr ot Imoot alreadiJ tlllll. tII ,ollu wheCrl t t.too:ttet dry nlll teaLt t to -.rmw his Oil ottll v0ry soo, r,.,ler it toltltho, atd oroodc. rotl t iit It.o.otirlll grotlh fit hir. withoot the leaoo' ;llnry to te hetad. Thit (lOit gives Ott agreeable tea •tittt;tg, othit to In n oltosl-ng tt ltir. iT tWi 5I .l - t . tANoi,

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