Newspaper of True American, February 13, 1839, Page 2

February 13, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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wil I, '-"YI CiulnCeictnnd ..... ....2P ..c .ot L violl.. Feb..t,... . Ibis. .. . I.:.9 St. d Fe .t...1.....". it ts) dtt... .. cic... .........I0 d0e.3. . ....:.1 I l .iadeot.. .... cvh `,tn.. te...... 19I Here do...............l1 IOUh OF NRW ORLEANS.. (lhEAaA1cES. FekbOrcy It, 1839. (b eeqio1ae,w Tl't~rbfodhlkdlple, 9 end I F Whitne. Cenel u, Lapsyrcoaid ee Hobtoco, Itevate, J Prato Aebbrldge and JeoCettk P~! T B O~l~,~·u~r Ms.etc 12 heeAo atooh Rheo. aor Maste I~tattoa, r'erttJ'rien'h F M Wed and coa atu aker MaA1tII'h.eater ,a1"Febry It 1839. ' t Poohtcltio.Sheridan. from, N E pet.s lotted to aloe, retocred to the cit ith okh~ tqe Ilachot, ti at 16 ucae. s .,he l M S b. I c 1 et 9l9 m. Re0R odtsbalrh dobaede ofef lb. disk, trchan anthe e arrbnrge Lge. tIhIed rhoeriv.ren Hadna, avis, fom theN E peaty, harrln towed peclslaev. hclg Cerolie aod Nary, ache L'ora. hWfl.riatywith oAily &Loaid. and Vicoria., ln Sa M . l - IIlbloalh 10 ottt it 11 p i. Reports AM pas,, adser'ralail In'thee er., dti. lg oo r ld towed to "a to, cW , Arai, slid d cr Was Br re.urn. c ltp with )lis i9cbk Rct Holltepn at. Loft the bar at 1110 . Reporit otlhingoec. Dmo Hoomb.1, 9th Dce. it btIteta cc b84Lolaub W.O ,,i1d7 dysfoom Philadtlphia. to N F , ipeti leeoat. Dlwelt, from Bordeaux, 3d Dte. to I A !.iJ Wp8tecb uoo8, 11 day. from RBott., to master, >* n 4ta aw. Peeomooo.d doye frem leoston. to ec12910. 3olBGooloLeedoa, Oday. feoo lov.oo., to R Gron. Ucig BushdaoIeevatcem tiroteoo, t ZaFo rlo 4 rot elob lnlaith PFeltr. from o.opona 3d Feb to o E toth UA. 6tcLlem~ith, hbttea, t8om Temps Ray, in ballolt to the UtoeUaO lnl.t tt Tuffs, trom Vickthbur. .,lf (+Ikehr F deWitht. from 1040ideei. ' '4lio-Tidot, tltlvc.dry, from Dlloyeo Lehocohe.no mvgo,eo 1ltaeegeot. Ala Fe, Decot, , fcor Clininnali. l r ,W' hailrt, from Poquoemlol ee"e~oe Cola , Duot. ('eom Nlchitocheo. EXPORTS. PlHILAODLPRIA..Per hocqe. Choeatlncc..coce, 297 hh"!e garlt, tdtcolcs 0d I ike bkid's. Il hill. 400 kegs bled. 2O20 bkl pork. N0 bolos tobacco. Ccomt IPi bri . .10(00o: 04 Ara BIc ,. Per t. hppre Cnc ulnlci..te 0lclots tour. GjRdIi..Patfrch PI.Toe..arlo: bacon, deour,.ed 'TAMPA RAY.. go r lt1 Jtotamerey coego; 10ll 'ct. ooto ·'CARL9TOYI.ech Ocbcklllesekoe conr..rce90, 11II barlees t` " u rlrp 814 scb sclorn, 121 keg e lord. - pork~. tdn dourde200 0ag turd, d bhl.l leer t1,' arCO.. IMPORTS. XORFO p; prb Ig VUte codeol:t 1o0aes td d,,z.n to F A Cnk L~paprp nd RrDmrtar; I.n u*.mncn and t hllllocorel'tlnel. fiorlldl.c led MaI l end Bevodlrdd N and J Dick eed 3a; J Slonlgoaery; HAVANA, paO( A.7 I aelidao, 1520l llr e Cidh, ted crult to R riceelogtad co, andled E SJ I.O c '..c C noc tg R Gro.g; (Ill cero:e IcOke. coffee eed UO8TOZ..Per .hlp Victcrio..i.epn: 0o01 Inleoo cdeoo. tIll cooks oli!.. 11,11 hele lemeed, 3.1 hums. whit suga~x apr, Andl mdzn, >wOID$AVJC.1cc thip IllioapopIt..eeige: ele, liluorc., omdoc. BRCEIPTS (F PRODUCE. "Viokohocg-Pecr scgcelor i, Ilttn-Corgo 26 1111,e tn bmoe, Rooed' HIdenohoc ;3 hie cltnci IV It [lol, I19l5e.fOeobso & GOsrh. 2',I o, I n le & '&Thlnlp. oaol 5 do. Alln,, Abher & C0; 43 do, Madldteox Pelied & 1ue 9 do.3 C Huryy; 8 01, I. Palmec&. co; 22d,, N & Ifick & co, 12 do, Blwec aeed Hen-thoo; 34Io, Fureythlknd I.ieoickiek, ,O 7leontvcp d 01 :Icirrv; 4 d,, ftetkt Wolt tnde la Itdoe Ford1 ,nd co,; '0 do, 1'ao for Gardliner ao.l ('n; 99 in, I~vvdns lo lnrro v ,n co 66 ;fn; llerthoodl, 67 do, F I). I"izarti , 'rl c,,; 4 boxrs mdse. WalkcroAlnd CD 1Ohio Hides, IteG;,ning nldd c,, ltcerohoN ft &Jl). co. Plaoqoelie, -Pcr l1t Ice-r I7ili100 flart-l-I;lrgo, 541 hqle o~tionil, FilIn it., dibliev., lec'cv, a; III d .i J 1 itwcl;`001dn. A Ltdec & C, 13 4'. t. lllnlcilllll 10 bled. tilenr n0ll :'bbl, synltl, HIll ! lid ,,; 9 kids slalor, N& JD eck; 59 1110l llr0I· 90 It 0 IIn"·· NeIolrleheogc-Ptr.v.,c11 C1.,C11(111 Ie, vi -cnrgc 68 boloel cottonePc.roue, kcilll IC- 79 do. A It Worki.& C,,,45 do. IV hi tlel; 6,!.Slllii!. 0& bll Vc. B so48 do. J 11 Piaooe &e nd II4i. C I.lllvlio.; Iii ela fl row Bowlt.g- It do. Helnry II FnIlii & CII; U9 lide.eoded 14 boot., I.illin. 9oephrni & I.ClI. CIltI~istl..Ftcooce.ilr Flodilo..Curclc, 301: 3,1, 110 0721 oetsard.J Volotecad to, 131 hale, ctIIo. iV 31 Celle,, omodty Libc oearen gp.4C., ooeeienee I0,1~1. Citlenuet,; per .1(000r.1tlc I'lrtti, etOe: 4. b-l. ktincp,r Rend II'I' Tstemo, .0 beld p. 1. ii Ihd.b hron. 13 kcge oInll Tbayorocd ol 8 hfllerl bcers an.VIV J Icrval.5 cI. dried he eohscrd &",d o' on: 4 do Olistkeo 4 hllds tol 5h toalt homeet iSlo. k iptt, t do glit k.l- J E.ndi. aod cC," bk. st. liostI bot wi0 ra 7. 2lk.!0 poe!, eo,,r n, lcodlrd: ^. rrel. ogre WVlltoe alndeit ti ,an d, do ii F 01cc.,.. I(N) dlt. bietnt b ".l . laar nil J Vlirin t;ld 'n; 31 do I' Slolllo aod Bco I hlhd Ilobcc llc aend Iloeohoc; Ii do'Peru 0l,,1 llopkil ooecdeioe to order. lhteC..Plr ship Vjel,,er..ll O Aair,; Vl.,a 1'. rn3 ' 111s1 I r A.den. rt" tl Ttnell: I.,,.rru " A I.e~rl lrr; J A .rreel; lla Lli, lvnCe 3,Ar; C l3,,"." Ilaoern &,I..., 313.3 Slairay t Wll~'h',nL t 13nyh 1 & JLd, ,d, . . .le I3,r* S 6,ckear, CIt.u, c,; Wit, t,g .31,k:Ha, cive , ryy; O try 1' Fareu~n; 1' .baul~n, hi tr,; ,;lv~ I~; ~flakA1 'am ;3l.ldl;IH uneh :IVi Cc,3, u. 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P gslno perbarlMe 6~sha; Bogert and Hawthlorn~; C;,rm ~n Mlcldttoe;WlNlurerI.*r.GIte'j!d c;. PIV Ik;,33.3d t3r3; JA Merleaeeado; DB,,s ad lehera ; I. Ce a3;ll:, ro; Sit;MIanr Ileg; 31Avlery;J I33die and o; (; I!Aea; Hl Gsou Brother J Coekene, IVH Aomnr and c; Hilerand IV t*tlses; R Grtint and cu Oglden and roulen,ly*; II I,11* id "ni sfldllel ridrtvnr,.3d GodfreyL. I; rriee3!,A S,, M;e,, I laly. rk: I Kimlwll;, a! dl ,, Wihiey; J IV~nilr.;J .51.r an ou T Hyde mad 1,!; F C en;e!,i, d 33.; ZieTre aIstE, E µ; HLe:ldd &uIade;~r Yeelt,.; llyet l,,,, 3 $aae5 . Vairi3 and fti; vinee3n, Andre,,n ;AN Itylr" , cal A DBIIQ.ae C Pellk; He!!a.3,, and LIanpllnda W I, beMedlAII-811; Th Flinlt; e !nne . e ued llenl,'l,: Ire,133,,A etaldadrei W H IPorter. G 1,,e u; tiC A :, V I'A !L.nnn d ,an ak peehnw and BbeneDeC: C. Sn mLrillh A F Clletr. 11 L~~ lag; JJ glyllgc; S Puge;~ J Iletdeil i ('h",;,;; and·111 rP Pritchard end JL re. ; P eade r a. en ; Kegle,,, On, ee 5ý )lnhy, ad Heanna, end el,din oitanah..poe e brig R Hreeing.. Stetson and Avery, C IV Atwater A 'Prier(f G BR:.ucherd; J Lnndlln nnli en- I.ak" sa .alnd ChI·II.PI R Gmllulli· a,,, en; S Sllaer.OCuh3o; 1 Ge eddipJ; Clidrs:l nnl ·~l~i T- t Lxru:;Ie ...-III I!.; J Ukiaeum, and ellane. ; Ca ' ,Cake Cnn; C .H Aet 1s; F XCerritu ale nlo; e nucunl. I.ayeln ra m nen c; aRi an n JI B ati~aend cbFDalhe .uenrde enrd c; A l ·rey 111,31 ; t' t C pp . fl p a lees .l ns p e'e LIeaaf.eea PhnLe inn I Jasyael l3Crr; q iesar d tl enIrlelr. mCr. Lee,.; e A IlL t perle, Themes: Itolnnlsel,,d llerh..n'1; Pavlov. A, - waea co: CerIebaalne E AldClars A .ivardla hd en, H * .yhalal: Oliver e dd ega.e PASREENGERr. I ýe~l·it; parbrig aeae; D T A Conk, Sml Slarsh, A~lbert, Fr,"ppvwa Tuckarr. 'lljavur I sr brig it ronin:; B Duwler, P ('bee, P R Ilne B  arbla Jkow, P tlandon. J Pe..allptou, D Jones. kcsttter Btk, Mrs luf mt. r ahapa hi t *IitJ rYiflt REie fpar steamer. Plorids,.R Allen. Land Mullen, 1UI. C Carmadl. J Itulh and Ludy, F Dwil·. O Cka~ b,. J 6 klasl, Ja Cuiepan. Cos, Cage, Clow, Cueke. W tluore. UYasis ' Aka Porterreilrs lef Cincinnati on 10 natant, weekerer cod. river full of ice andl L",liue fast. lie feet w a the eapoab heay tee an far deero a Flint Illn Irl pal Iocktd up wit!, lost as fr as the rn banks hhgtsly owsit te moth bounod fret d Leni·; the 11 L wiles eetand sa a Grind Chai~n; no hosts had gut up ll djj7Yyi {he VicksbuRg nloadtog tkls. NOTICES. 'rbe Packet aehrl' dtard Preble, will sail fet Sl this eveqing, Passegers will be on bad, at I 4'eoteok. f, t '. se packet ship l'r.ISA, from New Tcrk, ja now : h'iLatrgig ppponite the Vegetthle ,arket Consignee. t o a~ttend tobate t,.eipt o the ir g on.. A COHE S, Agent,9O Common at ~ e1'. barque tIIHA'NON', C3et Norell, fiolo i jrebnrs, gng 4 tiers below the Raol Road. Sare partielarly eqouets'd to take out 4-'jtrpJt aotld attend to the nceipt f their goods. ].JMadalas Cha.v~ore, Meslrs. A tiranehe, Jean a,'ltlb Mjiokel, (bauvier, Rouaeaa costirneees per Sl r Hare, are requested to Cail at t a.ll~ee nad rmeeive their goodl. orm taehOkadiae marked DN and JC, to attenod to i l sam.. "I. t GALE, 93 Common at '. Th f0a maiing c:pper fwasted, end " eppd brig fMARY ELIZABETH, 170 S all. trllr .eeaomnodnaton o125 pa+trn -lm applty toCapt Bauve, oa board, Pica - 11nr1 - 95 Comaoon st 1 RIa.ter. fr asteamnrs, diloereant ryle. ls 4Lfrligrltta, mreOWalndu books led ald eneyothse article iu tstaionary, need tia. Al oen pumbaaring aoything.in Ihoe ;11ensGtll. aundm ":.a.insle bere k.+Id on seemr to suit Iorchasing, '.l . D.VID FELT & C., . NT Staisaoo HaIll. 24 bIrlrtee at - ai a!eryi rt quality and size. Atm ýý 11M p .per, for sale by " .- AVID FELT Co, 1.rsa Irbnd, haal* b t a-I e aka t t '.ste I d s nrls , IROWN, it96 Magani . at Tatr AmEaIte.lek"O1W ea.. 411 connection tith thies Otlice is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMEPNT OF. TYPE runl TtIE PRIhtreIuO tip Pamphlets Blanlk Cheets Catalognes .Bills of Lading Labels. Dray Rceipts, oegal 31tices Anction Bills, Bill Peorm, Show Bills -Steam tJoat Bills Circulars AnId every deIsriptiels ofJob IVoek that may e reamired. r'Phle proprietor respectfully. calls the attention of the publie to the above Card, anl assures them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done nt the short. et notice, in a style unsurpassed in this city, and at the lowest rates. 'TIIH TRUE AMERICAN. tITi)I''ED na J.oasn GIBSNON. PATrrlFVL AND BOLD. S% 1V .OR LE ANS : WEDNTESDAY+, FEBRUARY 1p. tP39, S Co;n. Wa\Vnrz's .trt.--Below will he found the letter of Col. Joseph M. White, in reply to an invitn tion to he present and participate in t.ae dtircussion of , free banking," at Banks' Atrcae, on Monilda even. ing, which we promi.ed yesterday. It will bhe read with plenstre, as it bricily but forcibly points out and rums up the imaense advantages, the General Bank iag law must bring to the South, and especially to New Orleans. We have never known a proposition so universally popu'ar, henre it hans been at all a usi dared. It finds ready supporters in the most intioligent o and experienoed, and is fearod by none ,but thte titnid, who shrink from any improvement uIpon old and drag ging cunstomr, because it wenrs the garb of novelty, and their fathers have not trodden the road before them. Col.- White mnt truly says, that this subject is not one thalt should Ie postponod. The present in the fit lime for paoing ,belaw. Our country would spring au with on elarticity unparrolltled; fron the deepon. d tentcyandl troubles superinduced by past and present i difleutries, to aon and prosoo lity. Where is thlie ad vantage in giving the constoittion of a patient an oppor. tllity of weatheritg a disease, when the application of n sover'eign remedy would instantly restore hitn to health and vigor T We say, let not the session pass without giving to our citizenlthis relief. tDo not sth T ject them to the ilatnguishment ofrantl.er year of nrda nti s antd heart sickenint struggles, to 'sstain them s; selves and Ihnircredit. l re cnpital totlo the nece.rnry i business is Ihere, but under the presaent eircumatnues, is inactive and inoperative. Oplen the doors forit, aind d it will enoe; aid New Or!e ns will regain all of her 10 old energies, anln develope new ones. Ntew orleats, February 8th, 1533. Drean Sn: I have had the honor to recomve your invitation to nt tend the pubt'i meeting at the Areade on Monday ev. euing noxt, with an intimation that it wasnepected that dI shottld address them, upon the public objrets fR r twhitch they were tothe aosao..bled. I duty appreciate the kindness that prompted il.e requeat tromt yourself sadt otheres, nittberr of tho comtnitlte. I dot not feel gtulflait,tly diomiiiiated in Nw Orleans,to to take p.rt , in a plublic meeting of the citier.s onrvened to consult upon therir plnricalar intereest, nor aim I stliienthl ad viel of the oituatio, of their anhokin inltitutionae to hnzarrd an opinion. Tis mach I will venture to aynv that ai every country of the world htt fl.trishad, just' in proportion as it nrlopted a sounld evttet lof bantking It d Oeotmmrcial credit, I do not know one in thes world fir.ll its positiin, likely to be ta extensively benefitted as L.ouisianl, and Nw Orleanle. "lThin town t itntted upon one of Ithe nrgest rivers of wi rhk w e any knowledge, forming the outler of the v.,st comern e of a region of tour thousand miles i ex!tasvt, of InpaInalelCd fertiity.ia dest ined to be the a first commrercial d,,pot in our country. It appears to me that, looking to its part hiqiu ry, and futlure great tneis, tthat there ittno part of this Conliuent where llhe na t.te I of frre banking could be imrodunced, that pro. i nires sol nlmuch advalltage to tihe city nld to tihe country. I , nr an btnrilinr n vnlt nerr with its detnile. hillt : A ap;pers to ime, that no assccition tif individuals udler A uthlritiy of a geterdt law applitble to all clasnsen ilt the priv~irg-, of iscuing notes and dliscounting paper upon the basis of linds, houses, iand stoeks, pledged a halt.f heir vnlre, is the imot equal, just, and tlnx c1; ptiiinbla h mo e that has ever beent devised il the uti. taltes. lnnkin o incorportions aret otIly enlarged eti prtnerslips, and their niotes depend for iheir credit nitd circulation, upon tli provisions of a charler, and r~pitt-ibility if the corpantioin. Th,: plan proponrd and in sucrcesfuil optration ill New Yonrk, line nil the ldvutnlages of oiltel establish .ellls, it fret irolnt tihe ioh nloxiola clrge itf il,,ol, and Ilhas fr isr iris solid capital, and lr.prlpvty beyond te credit < f the indih idu als whitl on lprtte, it. Whel it it c.onideed filnt theo riiprsity of Vonice and tie(;nli cotnllncd wiih their bankt , nnd thit HItil. ltantl an I n tglo I are id.hlhted to ther, ftir their wealth, d capital, atld power, thillk we canln t tg too fir in tr itb!ish:ng sulch inrtilltiont upon a sound heasi in Lou. i.n;lna To nt2rert it in the present inarch of improve Ino:,t wonld he to throw iway t the gifis of furtune and diiregara ;Ilr ble sings of Provid. ntr. I woul:itt i' have even vrntred in opitnion ulpon such a suj ect, itf t were not connec.ted with one of nb snrbhi g it ,rest ii tht. Sout trn states. I allude to Internal Ihtprore;nent oad foreig's trade, in reenrd to which I.OaiUialn it mora deterily and it.eirdiately in. leresled thnn any state. in thlis L.i:iln. Olne of youl Scomtnmitee has mnaniiatet d n zeal, netivity, and ability j upon this subject that entitles hii to the gi ttiitda of his own state, and of all the .tates South of the All. It.hiny itnltutaia-o-that part ofthe stittject will be ably it dvellod iby hhn. '1'ht ,eysttem of flee hbnking I consider intimhtely connected with direct trade to and from eurnop, which isn n my humble judtment, by far tihe most imtprtunt ptht.it object ever ngitated in the Souteru coueentry. We lihave een for thirty year, in a state oft depend rene, and bondage, which we me bounld y tveery con. ideration of patriolism and eoli:y to shake off Thell great plinting, and produc:ng states lose 210 per cent upol Itheir prtdnetions by an unnentral uIlde. We hove asr at d to build up by our enpital,cities in other portion, of th Union. ,hilst we live in ragged v.leares, an. -n!,mit to t th degradation of having the principal business done by mercllhets' rlerks, un Ulloercargoes. By seoatdint the protductions of our country to New 1. for re-shipnient, and receiveing our impotlntinn. in the same wany, we pay double freiglt, double insurance, inuble at rage, port e'targes, wharfage, with all their incidental expenses. The capital, wealh, nad tonage tf the nountryis concentrated Ihtre, and we are an per. rectly tributary to them, as ever a cenquered Provitren was to Rume. They own the ships.conenltrate the capieal, monopnhose t1e exchatnges, and make that city at thoroughfare for indiidual, and mercantile intercom tnunicat'on. It cannot have escaped your observation that nearly every large maritime city in Europe, is making ethrtts to obtain a part of ourtrade. New lines of Pneklet eteatnlar, are established olom Bristol and Liverpnci, and will be from lnHvre andll Dieppe. These connec tions are notyt formed, and there nevcl was no fe r able a iometet to inerease the banking capital of thbi city to an extent of forly millions for internal iimprove ments pid foreign trade. The apiritnt enterprise is exeited every where-steam hist annihilated limet and tilstance, and the Southern States owe it to themselves to show that they have a just ,ppreciation of the age in which we live. He mtst be a dull absetver of passing events, who does not see that the time Is coming when we must look to ourselves for the preservation of our inst:tu tions, the regulation of our colnmence. and the unprove meat of our country. This must be done by now eommetlial relations, by a system of maritime de'ence, the fortilication of the harbours upon our coaes, and a preparation for any state of things that incendiary fa natics, and misguided politicians may brilng a!ontt. I would not weaken one cord of our glorious Union, I would stand by it with patriotic devotion, remembering always that weakness invites oppression. We have seen in the last few years, in the onward march of this great nation, that millions !,are been ex pe-ded in the north western states to divert the com. Inerce of the region between the Ohio River and Lake Erie, through tie Lakes to eastern sea ports. A new scheme of a rail roeai from the Ohio river to Charleston is on foot. These ane noble enterprises, worthy of our imitation. The navigation of the Mississippi and the Gulf of lexeo-..a direct trade with Europe-the defences of the eapt of Florida-and a rail road arrms the Penin wla from tihe Glf to the Atlantie, and from this ciyrv to Nashville are the great objects that interest us, a . khe lever to irre these is credit and eaptll. I regrst tint n navohidble fcaggesmot to 1*ase Ft twn to-morrow r a week, will deprive e m t of ti op po tunity of seconding yonr patriotic olleets et I have the honor to be your most obedient, S J. M. WHITE. f' FrEE ass..le No. 9.--No Nultiet rem sott to lhave gR tkett llold of the public mind, as thet sbject of free hI honking. To use the language of an address recently at cirnulated in this city : "Two of our sister States of the South have already followed the tioble example I of New York, by adopting similar sys- ~ tems ; and the subject is, at this time, be fore the Legislatures of seven States of our Union ; to wit, Mississippi, Virginia, Indi ana, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Massachusetts, f and Kentucky, who will no doubt follow tt up the system so successfully commenced. d It remains to be seen whether Louisia tia, in this crisis, will be true to herself; I whether the march of our State, our City, the great commercial emporium of the South-west, is to be ontoard or backwardi/ She is already one year behind her great Northern rival; and it will not be over looked, or forgotten, that shte is continually paying an immense tribute to that rival, in her exchange operations, every hour that this measure is delayed. Her fate is measurably in the hands of our Legisla. ture. It's no time for faint hearts, or weak hands. The crisis demands actipon, imme diate arcion. Louisiana expects every man to stand to his post, and fearlessly perform his duty." SIn our last number we referred to the views of Gov. Sew rd of New York, as sustaining the high opinion that lhad been entertained of the Free Banking systltm. Ity a reference to the following extract from Lis mes sage, the prygress and operations of the law, up to lst of liet January, will be seen, as 'well as his hearty ap proval of its provisions and effects. "Ourgreat city is thecentre of American trade. The state, always solicitous for its prosperity, is abundantly willing and com petent to provide for its moneyed interests and secure its currency against depreciation and losg. This state repels, as she ought, the suggestion that she consents to be de pendent upon the policy or magnanimity of any other member of the confederacy for her currency or facilities of commerce; nor can she be incited to hostile action against any such nembe- or its institutions. In the exercise of her constitutional sovereignty to promote the prosperi'y and welfare of her citizens. she asks of the Federal Gov ernmenttobelet alome. She pays as cheer fully as liberally, the contributions exacted, but righfully demands that the government shall consult the public interest by prevent ing that unfaithfulness of its financial agents which is impoverishing the treasury and staining the national character. For the rest she will, with the blessing of God and in the spirit of our institutions, depend -a on herself Acting on this principle, the state has re pealed the restraining laws, and adopted a system which establishingproper safeguards for the cu."ency to be issued, authorises the Sbusiness ol Banking by associated individu als, without the special and exclusive fea ture of Legislative charters. Under this law, certificates have been filed by thirty two Banking Associations, with an aggre gate actual capital of $8,883,175. Ofthese ten arelocated in the city of New York, and I the others are distributed as follows, viz : I at Rochester, Port Richmond, Buffalo, Lock port, Utica, Syracuse, Gaines, Ogdensburg, Ithlaca, B~Woklyn, Ovid, Waterville, Clyde, Alexander, Le Roy, Kinderhook, Attica, and Batavia. Circulation, amounting to $1,314,990, has been issued by the Comp troller, to thirteen of these institutions, -which have deposited the securities required by law. Of these securities, the sum of $311,900 consists of bonds and mortgages, and the residue of stocks of the states of Indiana, Arkansns, Miehigan, Maine, Ala bama, and New York. A safer currency r than tlhis is unknown in the commercial d world. These operations are yet too recent and limited, to enable us to determine the prac 1 tical effects of the system. It seems cer ttain, that with the general revival of confi II dence in the community, associations under d this law will be multiplied, converting a mass of dormant wealth into active capital, giving new impulses to industry, and en terprize, and working a mighty changelin ct . ondition of this country. ' R1ASD1: Ga.s. We are fund of anciernt s.atnm. they are the link' of union between the pao' and he present -they are mnemonikas of the olien time-serfe-gunrds ,ganit thatrspirit of inr.ovation whi.h would class all lptilno anad recreation amongst the inventions of the Genius of evil. and ride ovor the generous and liberal feelings with the hion heel of foanrlnciam. We are op pored to all innolations upon old halitn and customs except that whi:henlighteoannd :mproves-that whicl direc.a to mornlity without embanrrassing and eneumn hering mtn with the vain, and viionmary epernlatioun and Irappinls and prudish show which the " phrenza. rolling eye" of thi fanatic world, alone, like to o.nk upon. We are in favor of those innovations which would rorout t rds and eanal4ahrough 'he wilderness, nnd introdu"'e ivilizationn and culture where savage rudeness wari the sle tenon'. We advocate the inno rntions which will tend to tht rapid developement of the energiets ofor cotntry ; bo, we ore opposed to all s'ch as would sospenld r destroy thie gomes iand fcees ind aiRimnes handed down as heir-loona hy the sires if Loult.:na to Iheir sons, and which moark thi above all otIera i'n the Union, an enjoying in the true senas, liberty oif rsreelh and of conscience. Let thee relictsof thleancien rc.itre be banished,nod we lose our indivdluality and idintity. Formality and selish. nes no.d restraint will creep in among us. T'I pad lolk will ho applied to our lips and religious enthusi. nom will soun rule us with a rod of iron. We have ne mIuch respect as any, fir religionlt ceremonies, in thei prloper place, hbt we know that whien once fanati. cism gains the mastery,i iis tie very worst of despo. li ms. We say oliens old customs, parade on- Sundays and have your amusements on Sunday, as in times past. It is offring no diesrepect to the Great Giver. to give rein to joy and happiness on any one of his holidays. We like to see the freedom of soul, and tihe going forth of the heart, in these mrmnents of joyous festivity, tlhen the noisy jollity hespnea n a relief from cares, and lobors, and struggles of every- lay life. Such a time of relaxation from res:raint, was yesterday lardi-gras-the Ilue.day after 'qninquagesimoa Sun day," and the day before Ash-Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Our citizens were all elrocing-d.e rigid Catholics entering into the gay pastimes with a zest pardonable on a holiday, proceeding the enloree. meat of the sales of their creed, whioh until the pas meh or Eastr, preludes them from mingling in hila rious diversions. A Cavalcade ofabout two hun red and fifty mas quers, dressed out in all the dre lery an fantastic frippery that human invention could dcvise grided the streets yesterday afternoon, dispensing slto r phlmes and comfits in every direction, with most liberal profusion It Was ahright andr balmy day, and the streets werre thronged with citizens and straogers, and the balconies absolutely bending under the weight of heauty to wit ness this motley and incongruous gang, who to most inharmonious nousic kept the uneec "Itenor of their way," till the shades of evening drew in, and " The bell toll'd the hour for rhlinnog." We are so limited for space, and the ma.quers so beggar all description, that we are compelled to leave to wittier and readiet pens than ours, a finished history of the fete,and a lively delineation of the various cha racters who figured in the ravalcade, many of whomt Uleomed an largely." To day Lent begins, and douItless many, who were " unon joyoun," yesterday' feel in a proper trim to keep this dae as rigidly as they observed the hilarities of Shrovetide. Tatl LATE GALE AT TnEG Esr.--We give below, rome furthei particulars of ths violent hurricane, as rome ofour readers may feel an interest in them. CiOrnaCTctrr.-The Counrent sys: The water euotinued to rise all da~ yeasterdcy, end throniel the right. Thinla rmnin.it is 123 feet abshove low wateremark, ndl about 14 inches higher than the flood of ll2 t. In 1801 it rose 26tl feet above low water mark. The water novers nearly ull he .round east of Front street. and Front street shove ralenftt. Of rorne alll the atoros and dnrllings in 'orntmeree, Ferry, and Kilil'tin stlets, aid nh Eiatt, laiergen. and "ilt-ott'str.i.t,east of Front, nd on the east saide ol fi Front streets have the wa er in their cellaro,atnd many otthela on the treat floor. " 1 T'he meadows on loth sides of the river ua ,over- full flowed to a great rextent, tnd nmjon dwaeiel aemust have been a arronndd bIy the water ad suldeilyi, asb 1 give tilt little time firhtu ,:necpn a to noaeqpe. tho Slnc, four o'clock l ,'ac rdnv afternoon the Wnter H his Cis.u about one foot, nld It now appeais toe bet a stad., wit Postoc MEIETIaa.-A cull will be founld ill our - ti.r 'umns for a meeting this evetiing, at Banks' Arcade, the to consider the course of the tMayor to our Conncil, tin and'adopt such measures as may be cotsidered neces in tary. WVe hope the meeting may be full. stl till Forgery. The N. Y. Gazette says "A forged cheek evi for a considerable aOlountl, was presented at tie coun-. n ter of the State Bank on Friday last and immediately ton detected by the Teller, but owing to the high respec- hi, tability of the ounnexioas of tle forger, who presented wi the cheek himself, he was petmitted to go at larte." no We do not recogntize any state of mosals that would msree! a wretch on account of "hligh respectability." M WVe do not hold to any laws that like a spider's web en mesh nnll flies, but cannot prevent larger ones from mo Ireuking through. p1 Suiesdes. On the 30th ult., James T. Watson, a h retired merchant of New York, about 50 years of age, et in a fit of insanity cut his throat, in that city and died insrantly. tr The Sussex, N. J. Register, says that a Mr. Waters di had beento {lea ark on the 20thl u!t, and was return- Iii ing, when a stranger accosted him near Stanhope, and at requested permlssion to ride with him, and desired shelter until he could procure employment. lie was charitably accommniodaed. Int the night lhe was heard by the faeaily praying fervently, which he continued A until about 4 o'clock, whlen I arose, as did also the family. He paced the stoop until breakfast was called 31 ofwhich he partook, and then pasaino out of the door: a threw offhis hot, and plunged headlong into he well. til He was a Swede by birth-labout 38 years of age, and t said he had been.otne year and nine months itn this P country. 1'Hm MAitt.e.-iOn iMcnday evening we received Nashville papers of the folleoing dates. The Itanner Sof January 5. 7,1 1)l, 1t12,,14,17, I8, 21,22, 13, 24, 25 and 29. The UnionofJan. 7,11,23, 25 and28. The 5 Cincinnati Republican of Decernler.28, 29-Jun. 3, 29 n anei31. Poet Jan.2, , 8 and 29. Besides Boiaon and t, other papers from the first of Dec, mber to the l0th in stani. Where have they all been being collected, and if when shall we have another caravan I r Stepihn Van Itanellaer, the Patreon of Albony,died if in his chairat the dinner table, the last of last month. t liHe was a most excellrat, kind-hearted, liberal man eand leaven many to rere and bless his memorr. a f AcenomoaTINo.-- A lmember of the lasenhusettsra I.lgialnture, recently besoncet the tIni.e to postponeen a certain sublject from a Saturday tu the Thursday foel lowing, as aen important ceremony claimed his presence at home-"tellerepousal ofhia sinter to another gentle it man." After a good lauglh at the apeus linguae, and a little railery. lit pt.itpa.lenet was agreed to. a S ie of the R. e Balkl.--t'lh a Craeston hank it ll de Islandl. ihas een in npertioll over tLet.ly e years, aid its entire-loss tihus fur tlhe beel but 48 dollars d sad 38 centl a Thre oam mre hannk in Rlhode 'oandl i proportion P to its popu'ation, than in any other slat,' in the union. Caroline Aiegesta Chi'e, and 735 nther ladies of e I.vnn, hrve petilioned tile I.egillatarr f in privilege Iasfemrrying blank hishalndu.-- otoea, Pont. tlill the Pest please infnorm ni whether they were twhite or black ladies? I f white, why, de gaslibus non S&re. The great freshet has overflown the rooa in many 'places.-[Phil. Hernwd annl Sentinal. T- his in the first time we evr heard ofa freshet having fringe. lti not at all wonderful now, that it rose so 0high. SDaniel tnurgeon, Esq. (V. B.) has been re eleted State Treasurer of Pene.ylvaeia, for the term of one year. The vote stood for i Daniel Sturgeon, 68 For others, 53

BAND or WASTrTNAW-We- Iern from the Ypsil r anti Republican, ofithe 161t ult., that this institution hau been closed by an injultliou: froim bth Chancel d Ior. Rf nor AT ECLtnEAvElne., tC:l.o-t-A, N i. ,irf roei Ilnvig erll lu.nrlhred hy n 'llull lolliot e r e fPhaunpeon o " to el uouekd te , il'llc+ theef wlih aledU. h*tIIlllmrr,, IItinl I tl)lllllhl-t," y tl:,nulinlhl il. :y FinE ATr ELtZBoryI CeY, N. N . -tI fe-0 o.uke al ou e i tie l"20th ielt.. il tile ierw elrv tosll of •ni ,,iv,e -It. rey, on the ilaoin street, ehliclh ihsiyedl all litlute- I lgn, in tile r.Ilea ide of t11! street hetween Mrtlilre ti 1 stnete and Noiith Ireer , wvil tilel lrrl c lllu f lit f e Na. tineial Hitlel. T'lhetl*1 i ne'ti i tatil" iIllal Int 11$, flhil. Nol i esunrllet . Tile flllln ieg ale lIllu the Int e ": r- (on..,, Ste-r , $2.1 .J. A. i t .oti li , 1,,",0; I),." ! trIo x, ll i $1181 h . tI'( l. $i; fld .11 'ili illiip, $103"; in I $10o; ediier iif tile Pheunic. $ill0. ii . - __ [For the True American.l IIOUSE OF REI'RI'SE'.NTATIVE.. Tuesday Ilth Fiaeruary, 1,39. Leave of absence wus granled io Mr. Ianforest. rThe Speaker aplloited Mlesasr. l)tlidson, Pleston, Brnlehear, L.ockett and Kremer on thllea rn:nlilee, to which was relbrred the Bill en General Bank in,. Mr. I'oydras presented a resllulion, setling Friday apart fror loal bills, also remollllri, granting letav of abs.'nce during six motllhs, no V. IlRuamo, Inreitter of Births and Deaths, and providiing for the perforlnance ct his duties dllring his absence. Mr. F. 1. Conrad presented a petilion frot Jlos. W. Faoler, whi h was relered to tile coummitlee on claim+. ilr Wadsworl,on behallf the omnlmittee on propnae tions and grievances, reported an act for ilae reliefof Eglb Ileville. Air. Davidenn, on behalf of the committee on Public education reported a bill supplementary to the act ii incnrpolrting tile Baton Rouge Academy, and a hill to incorporate a female Academy at Point Coupeo. Air Brashlear,on behalf nfthe coin nitle on internal improvement, preoltoil a letter fromn General iainca. on tlhe subjert of a eysleln of Nalional Iefences. On motlion it was ordered to be printed for the use of tile iMr. l.avergle introllduala a bill to erer ie noltary at Grand Colean, in the Paoli-h oSt. I.andryi andl Ilmll.d for the dispetnsation of tle ruleswhielh being obtain the bill was read thrle tir is and passed. Mlr, Biaslther introduced i bill t: change an eleelion precinct in tie Parish of St. Mary, ro n (ieneret's to Bnrrel'es plantation. Rend for the firt tilae.no Mr. Wadsworth introdulced a hill to chantge the seat of juo tice in the paish oafPinlaulmine, hlicll, aer theli dispelns. ion of the rules, was adopted. tMr. Declauct obtained the dispensation of the rules and the passage of a bill to incorporate the Catholic Church in the par ita of St Mtarin. On motion of Mr. ause. llhebil to expedite the eontrucetion of the Clinton and Port Hudson Rail Road, was fied for the special order of to morrow. Mr. Ralgers introduced a bill to prevent the removal of slaves, bc. Read for the lit time. tMr. Gaienniae intrduced a bill to authoris the Goverotr to borrow money fr the alate in cases ofexigecy. Read for the first time. Mr. C. l. Conrad introduend a hill relative to the adminis tration and seltlement of the affairs of msnlvant corpoira. lions, and a bill to incorporote St. PauPl Church in the city.. On motion of Alr. Phelps, the first bill was ordered to be prip. Led. flr. Lewis reminded tithe hose, that a few day ango, a bill was paed grantli to AMr. Williams asumt of money for lo. cating certain school lalds for the state. il e had heard it doubted thatnid lands had been ataally located, and he pre. ented a resolution which wae passed calling on the Governor for information. Mr. Lankett introduced a bill to incorporate tile Phenix Tow-BaatCompaiy. Read fora fint time and referred to a eommittee. On motion ofMr. Rellian, the house took up and peared the bill fob the education of .5 indigent ehildten, at the Grasbu ry Academy. On this Iill a debate look place, in which MlIs. D.,vidon. Conrad. Ratliff and Ilruhear, took part. The resolution from the Senate, directing the bnLks to furnisheertainstatements to the Finanlce Committee, was, after some daeomain, laid upon the table. The contested election of leaeT. Preeton, silting member fromatheparisof Jefferson. came upin the lspecial order of tile day. and wue warmly debated by Metssr. Claihorne. Mlste, Ratlifand Pretton. Thelo;st gentletean wa interrupted by the adjournment. The debate will be contthiued to day. The speehe wallk rported inedue comm. SALE ROPE--700 coils Bale Rope, of superior Squality, fr salo bhy jat9 ISAAC IlllDGrE &Co, 131 iagazin at CITY BANK, New Orleans, 51b February,. 1839. E" XCHANGE on Englund, for ale ai ttis Inateta uE mon. ROBT J PALFKSY, faul Cashier G UNNY BAGS-12,1011 in store fr stle by Gr6 G DOIRSEY, 44 New Levee PORK-1011 bhbla alas ipritne P. O)., fr sale by le6 G It)ItStIY, 44 New Levee fOFFEF & CIGARS-36 doz pritue green i. C en Coffier, l,t81 Illavana Cigar., landing from beroel Roa er Williams, for sale by JOSEPH (;COCK I , ju.4 ravirs at l.Fth ec!.armuing dajsosse, Augurae, makte ILer irst uppearanee this evening, at the It. Charles, as tahe S'Pays'lerer'!" It is only n'cessaory toeae her, to yield - futll neknowledgemrntl tt hergrece and beauty. TuE-nRICAL -We sUw .Ir. Boutn last evening in I the part'of flnilet, the peculCativo ani d ptilsophiui Huatlet, twhichli he nateld with greatl ruth Oand bearUsty. Ideed, is coneptitn of the Irart is ad loirnbl. aonul witaob aeright exceptions in hic readings, the ptr- M etaiture was highly llnished, anld the enuneiatloa, ci athougl nccasionoally too measured, was generally dis- lil tinct and beautlifully given. In oo .or two pasaogres, Fa in whieh he seemed to us most forcible, thoughl still subdued, we were muach annoyed by singing and wvhis tling behind the scnoes. We took it fur Opaelin, who evidantly sIatoed a hlttle over anxious to sing correctly, In and wasa little too loud in her rehearsalo . lr. Burke, W ton, wheoshe is charged by Loaertes with the death of his father, lappenred, to us as being more ehnrgeablte owith the murder of thel King. We would advise, him never to venture s far from the wings. We cnnot refrain fiom expressing the grifatifc ion Mr. BIooth has given us during the last niglas of hris engagement. oIe lveases c with tes most pleasing o memories. His Btrtraom, eventag before last. wnas a line I piece of acting, and his Ioamlrtlat evening, was of A the very highest older. Ilis lost nighlt on Tthurcdy evening. Miss JOSEPlrINE CLIrTOo-utvhosee beauty and hti* C trionic excellence, since she left us, playnd the very Sdeace with the wits of our cotemporaries up the river, Ihas returned to thris ity, and will play an engagement at the "Camp." Puhl cso-tcit. - `---- iPU BI.C NOTIC1 - 'llHE eitihen n oftln aeecont faiciapblly are reequc. L ted to nasemble in pablic meting, at Iloan' d Arce. on Wesnearsles evecingo at 7 o'ickh. ell or' ( to epXress their ollioftosos thln otrnoedinn; ayeurse - of thbe Mawvr of the Eit towarwas thbe Coancil of this t luniopitvpomir l ot a hnl o o b trei.aerlaes Ja my thea oand lbereb edeetacd rteesary sto irllys coin Ihehorn artlea posiion oftie Cuuncil, and to prer nt trh Iots sgen Te billa,cbean lore rthe tineo of tleprea.ntra ltiople inoletlea rth alittislih ilae riglts ard powers of lt e people a, od tannlent thaotss of lbe iMayor. Thbao lnlotks Jntr II ruki n Sonluea Stewavrt N 't I'iekerelt d Chaus niord nWr Clristy We nI eata t r W Itla.ottl " .VII FICrer M Roh~ilille Wa,7, 18,~ ~ fit6 7, 7 ttotaiaaitlc 34 B Wnoi Snlterse Jar C Wlhirtall uJal stotl Frrot ir:oWt hey aw SJeh D BV[in Wm II 1Aversy John Talnr Jnmer n Tator icTinotlttnt Charlst Jal'els It J Coirivre Clng I Roradllt ad J Collu Jdedi. ee I Jo P o lt'rr Edowol Purdoo I Jaoe ttt rimesa I eirh tvoi d JtlaRotagers *d Peter caco k m, ltar('nwlnier C t'uhlding J. ;to.rene "fel3 $ CQOUNrt'RY to ,ICIaO't'eaN to t0 ( tI0 -Ia-n- . Tla llleriiert are nlw reriviant ale dd tio ll ra sIpply of onrthell, chitaat, eian.siteer, wrotd ranl iron ware; caltare, lpst aled tale cnl er o llih lae eRtr as r Rie olwE, oil tl' atnattnctlladntltinia t er am wbtaole. I le or rerlti. Coanntro leer i nolnt e and luer wnl fild to tieir alvanctae tsaoniloatd exnratine, arceviras to i seea rein~ seahvlre. I IILO\VtE . Co,a :r inpllrter.e ufT IhfIsl ahvr waror, 11 U.amp ,... 84 Conlntonl. ad na onrd taelti r nrlicla. CI It 'ru-ta ii'. VnOOQI Capitn 55ries eeTt l'eR tattly $2 $0 It GRAND STA'Tr LO'TTERY. tro ie oi t laf rin Grand Sttre :lteerv Clonr 12, 157, 18, t,, ,753, .Ii6, 15, 1tI, 32, 36;. SNos Pr 6, , tl te :olsaitl tl'tie ,o El:lOnll, wars sold int n whole tinketr, by onth. onust o Y l) ,vi., N,) I9 Ciosont:titIa:b la itra..t ol t cale acanli Ctasonltt as Paraaloltedt. of AlOOOTOV05 C I. I. I AttlEhrieThlv tiate I.riaarrs oter tarile S oee. 'l'tte aniata I a is ltv, 12eb. 13, 103), ant 6 o'clock, P. fit. na Iti..hl, . II+.l+'. SS DV & ManutIuO nimagers. i 75 Drtc o opslraln r n.--12 nwn artIltloas. .-p1,'aC'id Sahente. p 7 81a1 Prinea,. ranntoatlto Is $93a8i a Tickets $2 ttl--lnltoo I 00--f nrrter $3 5i'. ag PoelaaR, al 253 'riakeat falr $53 00, wrrarnvatedl ra drawst or at tert $21, nnal aIIaav alto tIre giafteoa capatati, mntlnl n. to 7,01111! " I'll~oek~e of L'5 llulf "`l·L~cll $:5 tin, warornltel tan hata at lor l eto 110. I'naakn~ts ad ofa5 I3nlrtaer 'TickCer $12 50 weorrlo old to drsaw or ta~rt $6 00, e b'ttr paokages of iagle tik.aaarOltl:, ni trie 3tAy.A rI';aid' al)" iati-'r.. Feol1l I* ttllrr. [jAair;IIaI[.eta'tt1 rst-taroc*'aVl f+m ta.r I I I faeor tt' lap " I)aVa I , ' .,C , an l N _ _ltli iaFt*aae nllot24 (tll~aolr,' a t I (1it'~nt tti '·HtrP'lr 111lattr · a.. 011·0L .l';pp'. N(; I'l~i.- k Irah t reit. Idz fell ,v N I 0-r aa lo adI I: It,:I oA tatort, ad \'r's' naa O tlctafneicta I aInaaaa llnfttol· Trl~l ,. w.,:I:;,; .dnlteu'.-',F lV il rllr.1t rfTI ii mld'IP \illC· I *ii i' \VlltlT+ I.1 I.llllllt irO ll I)Till+ hll . - +.l l til,, (:lld ll· 1113;l1 ~1( I~l lli Ii+ r , 1 11· 1 tyle hy ;v , I'~i e l I:vl ,Ncr ll l ".( I,: ., (',Ini l +'r ,,i tln t i! ,-lrk AnnlvtHI ham F* 1 i a~ ll lttvm ht 1.+ ,rll upllrea fT i t. lanal '.t aa.to ' ter ,l'llala r v taa l lt.llra t iatia I tatia t .' " - - I. Id t ll taata Ito ''all t. talea It r llat t n Iral a lhnr;i a 'll',aa .'rt Iana, I'at llll,-: 9 I [l'l rll Aclrttalaoersal iitCP: oaitll,+ c'u ilo+rrrgpe ,a Jo ea'es t I ar Peatriai I fl t [ I t'O e ear adr cit t t' tp io..a' ; "t lIahe iPec '. "[r? llllll ,,tl: bttull h-III olIC~l I11 ,. 'IR l.; t i tlts'. Itar ll , Ir'a tla llra a 't l lailltlio'tt I.if )at o tli. tat ao3 vu: Ttaoti atle l'at at f F : " ratvhhio'e d.. I1 ierhatla,,r: F.l ''an on lorne lletiraaaaallaa ,tarl treoraucoa ritel oarld, nll tvatn' Proa: Staaliah t tha. dea I ta t tli ee tata vlaal.. .oatl'· P l linda re:Ilne , o n atrtiala Sn tlorya tr ' ala illlt llttrat cat 1 l lt llltltt t Il ailti s nfi t_ Si Iltelllm:onl ql~llV I Oll ]},ihents (iin, ontl~ll e. rE~lnil e, nlw" Sslt:ot.'Paal nIIoI ill tlilto' a\'tatllncrtiaoroT |?x¢ ii a XTlen3 A YI, X TO.VAr ace llO ,A]';tO--'l'iaeoiasrbst h'sretfs i've r olea I I Mul~i". I'orn 'iii','tt,v~ rtarneer% on'h. e. srrraoalt ialn d tehortlalr, olend reoratt ihre a+i"tay ef .r.- I tCII''Ini.n' .n'lt ~d II))sJ.rtll,) L.IiI.S1 I~itl ga crn etd on looks~r epal oloasat~nlr od Intaaatatt'ara'taoi'aatt'lreik r l aag .trnrln llitla ea t ntte aiiiit. 'lltr' atotllllne-le ol lra - faaitcdnlllttl'rito+slia ertatcrip ouioa is.oit, r .eowoi aa of a ore npaappata a agotaro tar Ii ~ 'ltte ItiHLt}B I{TNI LAItI Jr 4Cc., faA Sfet'-'arar coara lInl-ritarttrero. Ittahliorare It t. J', nrooan exteooiroooa~ort enrt to ]'. tail ept tlooks ir sale low, at fit 9 il4 ChlITartretI fc9 I h i llink Placem T MIIFE iat r, Irssh liner to01 -y is $7 75 perh Ut arrc tlg th l le ' illn. week ti'r, ii o.it v lIlh i ntl) l .7o cePso fit 'el fe ta Ini. l-ea of tl t and i eolity is Ignqired to wleighlI 15 per enlI, more, viz: 46.1 ol ces . lnet . (.OiENIi. i, tor., . R It - P'll'Ll llIill,)UI('-I,9-Lhtltr's Iaaeuia lOW in N Ew Oritnle, ndwdll he p to re aIhscriptclola t either wiork. T'lt tit, n ticen es a rel'Ettllino lferior nr V, i. lcl ift hitas Ieiomiile taidrnld publiat;ion. u)lr (lih he Illiutratedl" i Oublished ia waek, Ilmbertn, 52 of iheli wil fe,.ort-. spleldid v, tlnte. r a hctlillllei r ctainIc two hi'. i t I. fol seel enfran'ing',lllI ilhlt rih gl p iare i ofe deeiri.il lion. hi is in q torlea ez, and ioa tli m ealiest li a ilne if ilnnuid ic lle world,. tPbcerition plric. .5i nulmina te or $.6n $ Ilre tttln $50,101.hlias bet n ie npeded on the wcirk lid it is cellidently leneoomcnded ns nully worihv ofpltrnnllf; e. Sto e'erlpionsa reccied at No 44 Came p s t, ealn at!lh 1V WTI ~ ~JusJleceived pr slop Ptttibeees:er eA :new assnrttneat sh.nhid holrizontaln Pinnnofortesin nad lieelnlo, fllnl tihe celebrated illelactlery if PleIy. e & Co., of Ptris. (jl'l'hese instrumen't nre partienlarlty well finilshed, aenrefully tereted and torn tilI-. Inist saIply Ilily n',Ity next. E JOILNS & Co, I fadt n ht rhe re t NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE.. PRING I EET'rIN, 1839, will cemnmence on Wed uedraav, 13th ilf Matlch, 1i39,nnd enoiinne 5 daoa. artiealorsoin due lime. Y. N. OLIVEiI, P ja• - Proprietore Ol(FFEE--54 bilt Havana (Coffee, landion from J arquo Roger Williaini.tr tale by jo.3 S S" J P WIII'rTNEY, 7T Camp nt ClORDAGE, 8t;:.-iIUt eotia tarrted hoet,nnoItItrII J sires, froma to 6 inh th-; Sponyarn nmd Ratlehe lstuffs; also, eloep sea lnd ilanciead las; Riggilng laltlir, Lc. forosale hy ja8ll ILEAL) & I1ARS''Ow, 7 Book 'laceo JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AN) CO,'PPER-PLAT'E PRINTER, Ne. 3, Cam., St. I_,'ILL engrave and prinllt t order, hi k til~ett. ,ills ·'ofaxehange, hile of ndig, ditlonlas, I . -non tili and vnsi:ie cnards, notnril, eonsulner dnd counting mouie noul, doonr plloate silver are, 4'.-alwavs oi hand, anl asorteent of iler plated anid braies 'doori plates. t P Cards pr;nted from plates already eligrave l. It aleJ byn.i ' ISAC illlC (.t & iC.' t fi"i nlitze - ne Camp St. Theatre. First eight of the engagement of Fir MISS J. CIJFFTON & MRJ. II. SCOTT. THISI EVENING, FEll. 13, Will be perfomned the Play of THIE HUNCIIIACK. l Maenr W\alter, ASr Scoitt, I CIlffTordl, IFrderckb, Tinsel, Gilbhrt, Faomi, Jhnso An Jnoia, Minss liflton. O 'I'oc ucllhdt with the Farce of THlE LOTTERY TICKET. Capias, Mr Fielding, Je , Wormwood, Jolhnson, E Susan. Mrsa Anderson. LAW BOOKS. \QI.UITY Drnnflian. Eqoity DigesC 3 lol, Crmibs SL.U li2 lin I.aw I vol, (Coveilntry & illles Digestl i is 2 vol, ChlIneyo Manil Rghlts I vol, Corny on Con- of trnts 1 vol Ci;llyr 'ou I nrtnerhlip,llBacon Abridgement $8voh noUloHol si i NaRlinat Poticaiol LowIBloely -u s P Bills, Briinkerhoreks Law of War,llinghom no Infaney of Adnlon ollEjnmlllnll , Alnthoms lll Incksone Abbottoni itlpl ii g, el A & es nl Coyrpoinioinn, PGould s01 y Pleadingo, Ilorrnsonii I)igent 3I volt, iloorllodll n O Frl"ud, Jnles on IlHilitente, Ingoleoll l)igeot, Kent. e Comllmetarin l 4 vole, (Gow oln Partln.rshi , Gresleys Equity Enillnce, nSmillh Clohancery Practice dYol, 'Y Conklinc Pntciihe, Curtis Admirilily Digeimt, r, For Sale oy ALIX .NlDF'lL TOWAI, 49 Camp St. c SRAISINS--1 h boxes NIR Raisins, 00) II. boxes do do 110 I4n boxes do do do In store Utill for oale by f. eb9 CIIAMPIIN & COOPEI, 82 Julin at r or C OIRN--Sl0 t ko ow IOtdinl. nod for sale by .13 ili; _ IIA3IA11'1.IN &,COtiPER, 112 J0lin ot i UNNY it . US-Bi-ltlI IIi lnnl Hang in store for 0 sale by CIIAMIPLIN & COO)PER, f lle 82.Iul'a t Y 1:E-11113l8lt oo I'ienhomanino Lime for onle ini lots ui LA to suh puin-nl'eho. Appl tono lie oslt Ir LAI 1.AW, tGG Camp asti WASHI.INGTON1 BALL ROOSF e Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philipltreet, lheween Iloyol & nllorhbon. rT' Illinrr of llthe illfov I tuio ed Boll Ronill,grnte 1ill to his frieolniils nid tlt puiblic fol the ulpoural Illnd olotrolage lyyo-edll inhim iiloroeveral erneono, ii relnetliflly ilnlorims thilm thaln the e'linbliihnteit lin beel einlatgel for lie amunsement of viyitors, and iun-i dtergone iinimeioie repalirs. The bar will be surpso.ed lly onsI ill qI lity of li rslllJnil Itn Iileo tnuruat ill ln , keti by the adleost li o ittr lliri ill the United States. r h'lt rillowill reowllo on Satulriday eventig, 3rd of I)3 U&lANII t)RESS& MASQUEIRADE BALL, P onid will tlke! place as usual every n olllditovd, Wedies daty lnd nuotlrdllv oreining, t iinil the seaonll, hichl nwill and filhe lIt of nleh', 111139. N. It. The iriteiiti allliiOil will he poid to keep-. Silt Iaprfect drder Ithr, ugloult the eslilismlini tll as ul I i dneliOolllt seao.I to or0 t24 _ l lt - NEW RILEANS ANhI) NASIiVli.l,. ii1 -li. iTA. ) in. Cil I'AN'. ce, . NEW AItl\N F:'11ENT. 14IH.E I.oenllative will Iunve Ilie Depot at thle .ot of -( Jaiol >lrni.l,-vil.- d iv ei 8 A. . anni relnrl 4ii oi PI. , excliOt Suiildor', olen w ishe ill e ;lTil RIlieturn 8 T. M. I'. M. . " "41 " 1 A C:lr for private poo rie,, provided the nnlnber lienlli.ilm, i.-illt e scnt down the road on i ore dot'o l rd os oy tisnllllii e. j12,189tie IS I! CAIA.IVEI.I., I'erhideot. COT'i'N CIRCULTiARS - he (C PI INTEI)D tilih the (ureaest Expedlion, and 3, Uina style unlsurlpassed in Niuw (IIInEAt n, or else; whtlc. OnliynIs lIft a oiTouMriyu RIon,o ii. S. Chnlleo Pt elinie,ll (Corner of (Graier St ) or at T II U E Allllt ICAN I'ItlN'I'ING OFFICE, corier n if I'teidras allnd St Charles SlreltO , tiul, be aw pronll rlll iili nd lto. a ),c. I- II S TEAM IIOAT' BILLS. at Wi'NlItS, %(IIENTS,or C\I'T.N n/'f TE:'il SRIC \IT can Lare their Bills stir rk ..~i in one tr more Cllored Inlk on IPlnil or Colr/ d Paper, with I Ides(patch, and on farorable Terms, by learin tiheiir tlOtt:RERsHliUl" A,11I'RICAN 0l"'FIl'E, corne,'ti 1 Polldrt llld St. 'aolt el-eels. i. No.l-tf, - j*( i l i I.it 1K1 Fro1i Levei aI,- / I I tl'0ii , 000lu , oii f l i . ln rlll ~ J j~ltmý" l'et "oPil nll fi .tle i' 1, atl . Itulln (l.hi lc, hsill ol f lt dllttg lltio IiIl'. I i ll ihle, shot' bill., C(00t1. by I ,i, * ,o .1l ,1 ; L,. ý' I:: /~.cir the .Icboeii, an,/ er~ry other der er!ipton n/" raL,'tt I' i ii t D reeeir.Ll at Conntholle, rei' of TfIll lA-\lI ui:tl \, is Sr.l n vura l:r ren: Ii GF, :O i d oo Irl m n rvi-r Ki et or Iiat theio Irlllilgi ut+: ,lie. , ru. . r of I'm dl: , r. :l . ( 1.i.. . - arr ts.i a Edhtens.re and beauti/nllU/ n d Ilm od I OUITS 3 from tlhe best I,'lourirs in the fuited lrat, hare h jult ity, been aill to the /lready lrre/lslocked iEstablishmeOll; i and I h sl ell beoeircated as l.ow, as Ch ply, CAR Itls : 1' lilNI'E I) of thishiiortnes Niiirc, in the most elhiut rnisiaier, in Illiik or (.orlo JdIi , on EIII.I). I Ird1, White " Inky, or Plain " u, lit-'ell CARL:,, andr Pritrs rjii reasawlli 1 t tritlE 1I1If.ICAN O1' iFIE, corner of I'e~ydrm"ns os Sit. Charleu s ii. &vtaI \ew si ndi Ih'iiitifil Foutii of '1vYps have just tieimiidd~ed lio the Est hish,/ustiii. Orers 8 eeiireit at Co it ingliiooi, . Chles I Exinange, 3lr Iiooi rnfrom (raimues.,iir ide/nh I'ientiung ()ifi', coriNnr ofPoIiduii & Si. Clhalrles sIhIts. noel-if TO II ,RCEUA¶T`S. l"\IEI4CI~iAN'I:S eon hoeg a PEAEUTIFlrl. CIRCA. t io siruck nffu otfit/ibuiiiik Nonn(l r..hby.'si/ n a thle UFlu1Tr, Si. I('nrIIu i:Ehiui',', t/iinr' /Ic lilunui. INt-Bumf i t (iiorn'I iof (nit r stt, pra nthe Iij ii ini /fltire, i'"r 1 ii /' I'II iuiutnrli.S. Ch/i-ls s/ceeti(. A UVANCEbS w~ill ho mod,`l~ on nlhilllrrriv o I.ivcr o, tn iADASi \I 1. nlll' IALL, - II Al IN. i I. 111,iiu,iiiii ofdiii isltt Iit t in store and )!,r solel by I .\ h- t II I A) TIIIEI:, 31 ' uvier s - - FOILr SA 1,F:. , desirable servant " 17 ,",1 ed clit, Frenchl or Eulgli" tr ; washer, ironer/ , aI isan llirnlt-i n ii i ornd, n Amr",i" no It'rust SI'I.Ynnl. ohs: is sold beULLUBC c sh had beenl hiidly CiitheI ditoii umliie Truii merican. dri', 7,Al'7' 3tiIA /ubll 7 rscrib7 r o0:+r, for NuCI i/i8TCite per uInnI i at ,hulrl sight, or ,. hole.,rilll.) their itlek of Readyll Model~ C~Illl'i I, of the, llloel ll~l 1,luat Inehiilnaul r littler enssln b'evr a icl stll. I-miu ng to cetot~rmru. lob7 ti' Ua 63 A .- rtres at i ý- ed,, voll· F~ngli-ll Ilxr Irqurlr, 6 vole; condenslled SEnfili~t, hhsoc'rv, !) vnls; Cron( 9l'r I vale; Braccken.l i/iugh's U iinttes, val.; * i/n1 enle ll 2 sol; Miina"+ii hi.t -beuse, I6 t ,;; Pin/rli~rii, 17 v sto Ilunii/nod & F: asi i/vnenf' "I ling t t('mo Piii/~ I. 3l'i-hlniuts; u t IS utEcr'l,'si Piirnl, 5 v ls: vnlr uu's, 3 vollnhi ALEX TOWAR. feb 6 79wns iiuipnl~ nb'ine, for 7 ut by REED 9 BAlS.I /W', f ___ ___ N 7 Banik Placet 43O0uHLN IIU`I IFIt I~c fmiirninu ntuit,7le ILEAI) IIIRSTttw, _____7 iNo 7 Bin k I'Plaii jlNE APPI'LF I o 1L E EE- A f w b tmer iAiuli'iy KiIRED & H& ILS'I'OWV, C'h 7 Bluniik Ilau f- RIN7:S-/// i-nit-i Frenci' andi Amuiii'uanl Pjini. if' I varinus qiiiliiut-u, It sile by lil 7 IASAC IhItIiL:E & Ci, 134.i tiguini l I)USSIA SiiI/ElTNS l\{ a...iitiin o suiperioir qu/. I iii'.fir uu.euy ISAAC BRIDLE & Cii teh7 :11nnins 'ILO I'iII1.t -SO c .-iohiiig, compllrpuiing an en. ) tensive amn'uIinnIe,umtri nih.s 7mb? ISA AC IlIIt.DI: & Cri, 134 ilhigzine am SOAP-5110O bozo~s ileachilm's and Georgen Robins' S braundi fir sale by SHALL 4 BI OWNE. fo? b__ 7ii/lagssisneia /iui/iad iili, liui sdle. by la t 30 IS.AAC BRiDG & Co. 14 MIagazine 1EFTI' Ill /ihe ni/ini.iihtnr rnulire, No .I Ctuslires IIs. buiiiii tiwonineeui sitter, a stint:[ packise, onui saii/ine uit uxu oruinoii. seneu in nuin/lr.i. twoibouei per. museismnni/iIiuflonioitroinlck. lThe uownr cou bive Ibi,:, by paying Irr ii l? h,, adver ent. (e,'- it ' S Itt/V & C, I) Chbartre Ft 1ANV.I: ('r Ift HaIt °l 6. ft ttiiisru, tt fine stit/i-. uitil II, ft/ Crt iui s'nelbyei, in ators aui for .alb l'itu& 81. Charles Theatre. First night of lthe eng:igement if the celebralted MAI'LI'.L AUGUSTA. Tlis Earnirnr, Fcebrrary 13, Will be Ierfermed ite ceteRratid Opera of LA BI\YEDERE, Tle Unknown, Mr P rge, t)lilor, Ar reler, Trlctrinin,, Drtnisoa, Zuloe, Mad'lle Augusta, Flltiae, Kerr, Zo lio, RiveLnut. Au Overtnro by thoe Orchcstra Grand Pas Seel, by Mad'le Ravonb After whicb tile popelar petite Comedy of TURNING THE TABLES. Jack Ilnmlrhries, Sir Finn, Jeremlniah Blltpe, Brnwne, Edgar, Debar. Miis KtniLLb, Airs IFerrau, Petty, Harrison. IRON CHESTS--Jeas reaeired at tile Louaaiinu Wore Ronnsr,53 Iiienville street, 12 superir asin gle and double fire reoofiroen heats, from tha factory of . Brown, New York, tfor sale by fell a WMI RCARNES. T L. BItOWN'S Paeat Platform Balaaees.-t-ro. u a carse cnn nbd at 53 iienville astreaut, Peatnt Plat. urmn Balances, superior o nny ever ofered in Itis city. fell W It CARNES. ORDERS-WASHINrGTON GUARDS. Nlew Orlease, Feb. 9, 1839. A TTEND Drill oil Friday nera, the lth inst., at 6i o'cluck, P M, at tse Armory. By ouder ,f Cap li Hozey. fell S l CRIOOK., O S. NOTICE '10 CON'I'RACl'titR. New Orlenea & tma.vil/e Rail Road Co. y OU are requriesd to bring Iorwnrd the timber con. . lerecd fthr, with ell possible despatch, ausyoe alr JAdMES i CAL)WELL, r fI I 1l-s_-3t Presidrant A SITUATION WANTED--ln a dry roods or .groery store, r Hotel or coffee Iouse, by a yuang gentlsmlan who has w lnd considerable ex perit:c, and con colle well recorlllPltded. Adllress J. C., at Ite Post O(1ie. lie is wiling to engae th, reemnaill durieg tilse etnmer. 12--1w I IIIE frm of. I) fBEIN & A COHEN is tbis day Sdim.eelvrd by mauael consent. Juen I) Bini is charged with thre settlement of uall oalams agn lt the conccrru, nnd will use tis neame ofrthe fire it liquidation only. JOHN D. BEIlN, jne23--1839. A. COHEN. ItrA COHEN continnes tile Coemieion Blasinmll i hits indivirdual ene, and for his own account,. at No. I0 Conllo sstraet. Jan 23,l18It i Uurea du Complroller de la reconde .nrenieipealie NlleO hte. In 5tb Fivrier. iE.s. A VIS eat donne ier le Ipaetast, qTi jr dlie metlrrn an ralriau i.aniee Bnreau, le .lend 14, dell eor nnt i midi, lI rtparations Ioor elt an, die utes lea rue puea eset leet piagces tadres a es dnela s laimitea d . cetta 0Municipnliit. oI. s Colttrse lter fonrnirn atu cutionnmreut par moyen d'oete n. ln puienrar prrsennes dtuae tu sertote deI .:tti(ti uinr li ftelee execiutiont de sen devoire. I.e0 t I 'tletln e lrtie sen a ait ltr tolt nt otptnptloen)ctillartn le cersilient dn caoyer (leu I'uevrage a sor etrefrrtimtr t conftrlrirrenleel te nonitlt. J. CALHOUN, lil. ?7.- C. nlts psrleer. Caerntrjellee'a Oflee--Secand Maeicripalily, Neiw Orleans, FRh. 5,In39. S DUlI.lC NOTICEI in lIereby given, that I will ad 4 l judicate tt v illier, to the lowest biddiler, ot 'llr'hrrda sile I t, t'nacttie, at I 2t'clock, tile repairing, for rtno year, "fnll tih paved streets, unl sidewllbk ltorderiig oil tire route, withio tise lirits if tis Munl-t err Iieecnsctrarcor to sirne Ibrid uitl wea rmore eecrities, in eire of $11()0t for the faiitlul rerrfrio ute. rftlle duline devotlviei, ul O nimll. IPtvmcnt ts Ite eenle noeliv, in cltieb oie tire cerilteese flire Strvey. orthnt tile wark Itae been executadl acerdlig to roe, trauet. J CUAI.H0'N, d fr:rtd Conlptroller 0 I't'2t.1 tll--I' itrrel. itistiret trrt forr suile ty ' CA 1.--++76 tolls ofthe heet l]ngliolh coal, well slliled J Ilr Alslnl I n IIIIAI, oi boord 11111 1iP Ab14o1ru frodlll Nevw e'erllle, ifr ale by IttiI.I3i ae II1.s, In e! Ilumk f'l.er W )Vtlt)tttl'rill 1',I etq.- trrr'e, l I1'1.. ,\ -,lltA tIl It\Is. t'erneee, Nov. 5t, 1838, 1 t Pui t iitt llt I et ..ritne e of ,it e ll agents ofiII slidr l .rtrlttt, ltn- en "lllritf llrertlttti e . uilr t t prerrfl rser ie ethe , ill tt 5eris, r t. H lltrt l e..,ein tIle ite e f I.t - ttI (mattlt, whttei d n.ll n t.P.rt II a(,NIll .ll l i e tl . s 4a te I.r lti.iegn of the ltitilllre foilllllne at.. I il 'hll , Sf lre t. t "r, it sit ll lir b i rtll'- . o p rttil ,- n t v s Slit s l-let-ni ' t hi+ T'h •. . itl l ~'-"t 1i'a %r1ti S, loZhl.g Utn tr;teeirs, or ltO -r Ie .ririll er l-lin re. ntI t n r n ,, n.tit no.l ti Ill ll hl- L, Illl llit I) I q, t l ml imrer. + t'r." tin trielrar rn iire , fitlrrr ' i 1 9--1111 "i\.\ ' . ll. p IlA:"h l\S, r U Al1 I \ - Is r iarnel, .i tiih . llill riln - , I.r fS I- tie ' N t \I' ItI'.tI: . 7?3 i fael, "m -lfitilS, lnt ioing nO.,ta Ii li sll ill. oat fm fllr. I, I I t I I tr li:ll.l.A. -- ,u . R I, 31, il . l ai ll t fi t ( l l iiiiiit i'li , f i h' b1 i ) 1IIt .. . IiI ll' 1',,, 1 1 l n i, .t 111 f1 ,el t . lnjt t 5' ' t r; ''' t5 :'51:1)' I N er i a trie I -tie', " I itdi l'ur t t, y \.+ .\VI.I . "f itte Ins- si t 49rti alter .i: `ýý 0.1--(01 =i{Oll ux l `,. 1 slid extra s *:lnl, b:aInrt+ n ·. 11 Omtl, lJackson v a 'Trowbvridge~, (ieui~ge ItubL~ltla and Jl II .\('l iii foIr isil b jn-_il l~IA i' l1RIiIsIlO & &c, 31 Mcgcs.iiicst I sIsrlbl rr.I-,-n aI Sugar Bowls slid elver uigsir nil Ludl iad teddy epeenn. *Ili( It lIL"y Hion r s or sole Ilaw Jn"'? It ItROWI:If &(l'll p.17iC C& .i ' ONIiIJN E diteiosic sit Josd wrs con~sistingsig Illemloirt of Cradnck, literary and l eiaellanlloua, do 1IniapoIite, djsicnts-i to s ontlinui,. & (i'llrg'llll , 7 vela,. do Philip de Cises , 2 voue ao V 11111 dle 5iisilouin, 'II II., it, ,iGiblbn, 4 voIn do (l-flmrinu 2d1d3 vole, do Giiiiird, i ,, Sir Ie-,Iv Neillih do Sir John111 North,1 Id N lsp.IsIu, lyie it II Ieni l. 1 vols. SNctisoliineliy Si,,siiv, IDuke eii lijg in 4 vol.. pl IT inIl~n In ni l liciti, to lie aboves- ii lcige' eeupiii of asitndas works, just err: ivrd, fi Br ah, by "~ ja6 %V1ll M iK %N, ;-er (Comip ,l 'omn 5' 01Ut1110' ptliul lii29ei-', Djgi oftii NI} the rlouf 2, of iu irelty in lnii inI siilý 0lli, him5iireeled aundfor esnlrsl 1.1,lllIil WiNEs FOIR SAlE 41 bourn s I-oelllaeiler, All do Nis-eteuiis-r, 28 do llled,,brun r. 'These wines or, now lnudiu, (em brimg Alnacli'rr in Itrenllcs andll hIaves bI·c-i-ens-Is-i-d e tait Ilhuisjeler care. Ib sleinrsi at FIuokfinrslr ss Mn tz ll ulo.se dIal iiig eosrsnix ely witlh thii article liir this ceouiiry. os, every bouttle nncsatciqsette is lixed, -bii'ini, qunl; (y.yner 'grrowtl and b' ns-s g Iiy aum as, isiplter. ansd genrasisist shsigou eiss-iuis. jsidi AIlIM\ lIA I1 TRIER, 31 (irnsi'r at 1ýAV-4011 4110I holesu Hay - .'ll0 Ilurnel pnnuurs,* 20 1 lIen lumber, IiundinsilP-,,t, ahip allnoiu-es aud for Sale ly ILII HII ___0_______S _ . ll Sa m's iNo d, auin flu.s s jOI6 61.111. I0R0WN,9W; 1 Yi llxgozrilm rt PINE1, Ai'ILE Cl-I Esi. k (sii-Iiin ,ctuner, (sit sold LF5i) RE A AID i& IlTO, iall 7 Iinuk inlae I A i'Il'i- I(Al) & LIN 0901) sill. - t 519 knvi arr. I'bilndoclplli" White Lcos,% V 11 bi ls. isbiscl-s !.inaa 'd O: I I11 csuiliis iuisisiuiiuii esd (til, fiur sante li JAIRVIS & ANRIIE1WS, WIolel Ierrggiuin, .126 car Coop non & T .rnllliluulRN a ra OEiIM OIL- si(i gullsiinnu t ' uisiiiil icu Saprm 1 il 131 011- 01 ShIIALl & BAROWN, cnlii 9in Mngiaine at SOAQP-:l01 hbonie (lould,' and ilsibiiin's Nc. I Snoup in store fur ,ale by J THAYFR & Cs, fi1 74 Poydrea pt UTIBRi.LA . 18 ca sn a m sntua silk Uibrells:n tlnrgo size, rrceivesd (i}iiishsliss Mersey , sisd fo sins by I illIDHtE Arso, dl:l 134 alnginein tit LuARD-4IB0 kegs superfiin leaf Lard, in tres,, fan Snaleby O. I)OiSEmm f eb 7 44 New I.evrt AA'8-l100 suicks oani, in nSore fsr nle iiy . j26 CIIAMI'I.IN & C('O(i'LIL. " 81 Jhulia ALCUilOl,1i 2 iiisissn niliusus Lnaiuoratoiury na A Alsuicl, inwlaudiiiiiiu fr shuip Colunbiansa, nsid fsr sale by JAI(IVIi & ANDI51WS, jall sir CiiusInui & 'leililisismlns sIn ngega(iiuushii bslter, iiiSore end ins B sal 'II'HAVER & Cc, 74 Poydenas st HYI)HYV I·IC CIY"UlA i',, fn arl-b - l all jomt READ& hlAhIS'jif , 7lBcuk Piece IZfLA.1u inneice tnil ed sI ars, sin , his sa V y I5HALI. &. IBLOWN, 'nil (il )lagm.zilue at BAGGING and Bnl Ule Rope., for isa'e by B (P8 REA11 &BAB3''I·OW, 7 thiInk Pllrre tALT'-IIn0 liUiii easii'Iilsib Si l la in hul, 1,11 nha d olnrFl ; fey WII1l'llllIsi~l: & Cos, 7PsIngz .1 (C0bI'llEEl1 buEs San li.seiuisic lale, Isr rei (ro 76 luln tite at

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