Newspaper of True American, February 19, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated February 19, 1839 Page 2
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OlOb, 7 days'from M1atanzasto IR 1ronillg S lo i doo, Cliff. from Alnchtols., to Mster,. lol * l.rpto.no,lom tbo Coast. . AlHiOle. fvr h teo Coat. 11ULoTOL. T ekt l, Cuoti.s, 3 da.. fr0m elo' ito. U oIht orpriso. kompoopo Il day froon Toampo Hay tuoam a srtom. Ilayoodt, 0i4m Arka0..a0. ei. W+oirunch, It eid, from I.[lsvilie. .lUloss Daoy Croo:sk Cktll, fr.mo Noutlltoches. 'lImoenr Wom fltacL. Re d. f.om'0nlOvlole SIsmtnelllto Red, Kennedy froot Noletoz. :XPOKR'I'8. BETW TORK..peoip U. lntolllo..l142lohd tolorce and 410 hlod laCttolreo 34 . r kotll. 46 t.e, nI1 8u horts aot ,se. :2 bro a.0tor oil. 4 hi. deoer kins, 419 brls porok, .u16 keg. Ird, and strldry ate cloloiu.g. ............. per ship Troy..4tr h4' e.,tt.n. 4415 rlls pork 1412 ke.ri. nol I4r1 4 l. lfrd, 5351 broi .o.r, 332 bides 't 1:17' hhda th.roo, .......o....f...peo llr Ilh'rmo..07 Ilhds, 49 tel, and 163 htls lolassos. LONDON..poer sir (1lliko. .108 I41d4 tb,1cco. 341 hi4 pe'tric.. SALIZE.. er sehr Dlll0lgooio..450 lot flour. 17 kos. bhuler, karlt 05,o toot, 010400 t..nIt lots toils, p104ch. "'rlheuwlnre, hlhtll0g, se. APALACIICOIsA..Iser .ehr Mlsle,,t..lll blod. nd 21 o hiis 0urnr. 93 I' 4 t0llul4s45,4 3", blkslots tll, :I0 hhds lorn,,, IO.OTN..pet shr tb, ruh tt'olos .P110 hrls dour,10 brls polk, 33l klg. end II, haf Ifh lr Ird. 4.ILVESTON..per solila, aockt l'olulobin..smsll Ioto cinr. d0llto0io.s, I c0. bas oyr, fls nur,, rico bltttr moel'ss., co,,te, +.I. tale.1 llnen, ehothi.lp g ru mlo al, halrdwar, h lrre go, faon. Lohums hd, pork, d c. IBIPOTT,. NEW TOLK..per ship Ocllll.,olo..a4'd o,Imze. .............. or ship llurnn..0l,1l hls 4l.v, loll fllriurl , paint, l4,l.o dyle utolfs, u.d o.'d nldzo, to Un dry Cosipno.os. NATANZ5B..por hrig Ptl'rlsii,.. 10:t soofhs coffee, tod lot. fruit -o. It Grroins & co,. CPALACIICOLA..1.or schr Ilutso .o'..whiskoe, p hi:l4 braldy Wi41. pfepsf holo ,0n . fhoere .4ld woun,. -OAIT..por sohr Nophoeo..79 h:.ls sugar, s.d 14 Ir4s ult l.os., Io oludrr. ...........I... pe r ,llr :"lo...p7 hhdlillgar, 4 ull of I BI sit tonl V WBlnrl. BATn, Ito..ltlr 0hl44 So:l.lun.ha. lunllber. ood pa00r, to Ullcr and order. TAMPA BAY--iro sorhr ti4ltrprioo..404) tolfs curo . 0ujnr tECt4II4'S o10 PIRODUCE. Arkbnsos.,.ponr ot .ler SNorlna..l 4 I hesotoo0 tn Burke. Vsatt s co); 154 doi N A J tIo,lo.oo:or; :. 4111,41 l .h4e , ' co: d tdo AIIen, Ashler .t o,. .. 4 A44144"4 1ol: 36,1oJ oV I'n'sl 0' 45do ofuc, 4r1, S01r,44 A rh; 70 ,4o C olio,,l 13,4o OH 1,tohert :05 do tlbnson . o,, II; 40 it d,, 5,.lllllr & 44tilly; 1 5 do lolkor, Iltlllsv, Dlmio , e.4 13 4 l, 50 ,llr on l,4 h rl0l. lobiles. pOr.*ols lll.l4 r '4' ln r1c' lr.l04 ..'i.0001 . 4l4 l A Porl . Naoloitouhf...40 0r.44,4r 14.0 4y ('0ok0l.4k.2 hl4 r14lt4,44 I.i0bet 14&Tel l· I . o 21p.' o J It1 0011iohll. 4', 1tl do4' .ltivorlie & co. 14. d, A 3.4444444 ,4 1, 4il do ii.P0 x0. Arci4 l oo.t.4 putk do.or .lllhn. 04 o &l Sionoolt, ho, 0l4.0, 4 'olsussu '.i oo. llIll. 4t114ploiIoo. O ACU,1 5 h,, couof bt slldo2 fcl lol, Owner ou toa:d. . :ONSI(; A LI. t New Yark-ppE- Jll Ocoll.,;r..llO .4 A A J V:ll,,An re, i `onollt q" co u· Iolboo J" rllul. X SIIII 4 Voorkm~(·1·n, 15 I Ito 4. rt, 31.lAAI1 & Avery, J %V Fiel. S AA' llOey a co,, A ;IuIIt, i1 t R Lee Jr . SIIIO11 r Star. 1, C.,;1111!! v '1'ruI*IoI, N& J Dicek A CIo. y K Bollton, L.)II.eII & DllomPP OII llil r & o. .Jllohluck, J A Alre.1. l WI 11 ,1 rl. A Ildl, C [)D,, WA Ailmnra A eu11. Is Lncke l u. J lAY,, l,.A ,. ol 1 A.pllln r l At oll , AAlgdolll IA f·;arrT I & ei -l uol Kllldl&A 'rctlll:ll. IIdIat-1. ,A1~',, .9 , l All, AI ()11,t !X,1,1 A J It T ggly , 11 ,I 1,,, & AIlp y, l elly , l 1 C 1k1, . A, Ntephenl &1 co, A $'''I, 1. )r L enin,'lll (:lll-tackh Ilyd1 A coI1 NuL FIIIurpi. AA A. I, II ll, 111n t1 A ,1, J a cll, J P FkAll Ml &IAiJ T bIhrlll.CA 11 DUnlWAV NOIAA, I, 1,1l, A 1V W I. l,,,re . N Ta lor & Vy ' dls, l lllyiA& IIrCIIklu, O aowland. R,,lull, J'( AydA-'I,' Holey. I Ajld. Slll l .1 co J Ai Filedls co. A' Ulvrw lil, h , I 9,'n 1Vyrk A y, , 11 Browear & Co. 9 Lurk. or c, I. (:11111, (; F daluslon·, (. JHralu, O I GllllrjllA AI ,. llAp ICIt AIIVUl, ,d,'1 19,I 1l A CCrarly, Montresa & : li1au. limb, & co, 91111.11 I.o 111, L 11111fr19, Lowrie A liAAI, A'nl & l , , PA Ill, A1 ,l S hA11 V'a 1& . N IA' llI ArlnylI P llo A r; I,'lto illl;lo & AAl Jint R hNIa et &Il n J A Iloflo 1 co, IhAIA ln. 4 I'"e,1 1i col, 11 I.&eric A & 1o.111 J itkIA. ,S.:d A1, 1',dcl nit, JAAIAI. III P A 1!111.1,11 & to(', A Joh113k C I'all.n & ·ohn11 ,, C U,,1,. .J MDinturully Ida A (iludrie ik J It lu, lcy. I lrlr l.: ll " cn. 1: J Marker,, CuplsI. An ll A RlbIAA1,"11 c(I F.1 Underhll. IY I' IA 1 ,lllj .over A'l llllmm, V DavIlll, A CoheAn, Al,.Pa r ,M 5oI' aIpyAte.amer tarIllnl, A k..8111 ,rl, pork, Ill l0 Ies d Cll J Vll,. & Co. 1.1 Ilde 1111.11 Sbo k I v1 Ilj. Mqtl d }°Odfft %91', r JlV/j4N11Nt $1118nbo ''to lný;o " ý,ý Isiilo 4. n. 12 W. 111,6111y, noIlld 1i dU 111111 1111. 11.11111 1' .liabsrl~ou, ·ulndnio Osl'o;F,1'o Ivaid. AI ltIl'hU. r 11 CIIk itl It lld., All bl6ILo IIgIAAI IlI lrr~ldy l cc, 3I 1 dlA luehaer. 1,illlu A re, d dRI,,. ,DarwapoHl 17 It, Plrlekllll 1 Ilr~lndealrlol .f, do, 9 1x1 anld I blrl mdren, and1 5 s1llp hrln Grouml A co, 0 Irl. parlr.. bundle elddle treer, and 4·0 d, z 191191nal Ownecrs on bond.l Arknnsal..por Irtmmr lll1lr.. nlrrn. , Taylor, Dio Solll~r. Inloli Pnrmclllsl 111111611, I;llyu, Ilnliller, Icre, f:tnl1, Forbesr. IFlllrt, ·'nlltbrr tloo, Cross, 11191. 1, Putter Pokeha fionjlmill, Dun,-,(!. tlur, iron. fiaupor. Now Vorkl..981 1ll11, Ornlulgrc,. Alis II iu~bcrck, Mr.r Dimonl Mrs Rco"Ilnburg. 11 , Rubins, Cillchciu , 1119111y, E:. Co 111ene, Lonilvlllle..ptr rtrmlar Wm TmlooL.. C FSnlpl. J nn~net ti T WYickham, 1L. J.nnelc, 'r j I)., cinlr, 1 1 9 'illi,~n1lu A Wlllirlml. W (food,. II J Drrhinl Ju· lc··k. Mi.· Peck, Mr 11yor1. 1111111 Iluageulfold, A Sulldcr-, R I: 51r('nw J Ilarrie, AR Taro, ,' It Dyer, U'Redlllan, Sll~llln, X Wilkins, 11 J K.1,1. J 1:rulkh. Jae Pearllc, C' Kllhp, J Il..ny, 1!(118!, 11 If .Jone1. J W 51,x. J A It 1111!. J U 1'rthon, r P I.aayy J T ,Kelly. J A 0111111, I T Garuall, .It, Mc~aughin, R Sunder. for, I! Hinlbr. Sloantrr nor·v Croekc let Bri erln Ilroibmle aground at Moutuh ul'Reld River. 71T1 HIRE- \ blanck girl, 19 'IIears good hounse rn I va '. l q'lir,. 1 9l - 1 I' ries ta . h'.8.lltp 500 llU II.LLENGIE. M R DANIEl. hI):IILIN iaving t hanlcengld it tIhle amountnl t $100 thal his workmanll, Ilenry Siln anoul, coild :nlrll., it sand rive more hnIrre sholes in l dtay,ithan any other l ian in the -tae. f Inouisiana, an I beingtakenl iv n sanid I)erlin backed out; an i tnhber mor, il thle ca ti l-me we, sr.eil to pt ilp $ll 0 lint we coullldn moro turnling, fittin and dr vinig ihor--. selie.s ic a gi ve n pa-.cen ill inli in t nirlltnliini and awolknnilikn ordlnlr, than slad I)trlin t hiSllli 11min,'o whllicih proponl the dnelined-aind flrthrilre, we now hulnellln tll to fin e aIloniIII1 ni $5F10) thut we c.nn ndo more ofxsaid wurk in any iivI tillll in blttera 'd more workmanlike mannor than enail Derlin tnd Sim ninl, who if dislnpned i iliak up ihinl chllU'ng., ind ndl their I ulithg ail I-lni-ting wiill ind u itndv firi Jhi.m it a ll . DANIEI IDANA'S.,,7 ('nl;i.vnl at JAMES FITZP'ATRI I(K, TlR--ttp lnren S)ilieyy oi tinr etnitr I Liainiinn I IE'ny h'llaek nilk lll in, for rusl I.vI feln ISAAC Iltll)tlEI & Co, 131 ianganinn at InNY 11AGS-1ff Glos J bushel Gunny I3" ,, lin ollre, and &tir -, E 74 ayl at at f OI.LAN(i tI-lll pipa-; rownt lnad,, biln l h it pnesor arntie ina n ,iro .1Ini y Lr nlne h fe5 J'l'lAY:t;lt & (,l, 74 Pdnadina't received fin arlii noal anl,- of the ihlnve very lnpoptlar nihool n:oiks, by A TOWARI, 2 f 4a 9 Cie nplit IA a-li i -o I i titS0.1 -It 'i Inty ev 2- a fel HII & titNIIIII\ll,',9 \, 1in ale I BICn fcrn k., tn!' ii ilt I (IAiI il aln, Gfr Ill limP i1' P A I lIt. I' N Il Gas Light anAki:n', (einp y. Ji n'ry 30, I 39 TlE l , k il od CkLe helin inllo ,u Ilduc:dr thisa ('nnl .pany will funriht Pittsbulrg Coul, i small quay, tieas to their culw.n nle. Onlee recnlced :.t tihe Gas OffiPe, llink AIhI-v. jea31 E i\ \V II.I~ E , c'y al'I l nihO ( nllod-Just recri.idi It -lvid Felt i Cou a lein nlll. entenllive annorrluenl ot Ic. pt IBooks,tal lr sale lw, at ih9 I-4 Chartres rt .TANII)AI( L PEI IdI IICA .L--Lhtle's M sllneul Stad l'u) r (tllie illnttrt.d'." Mr IIAUStAN, thle agent fir tHinse pullicniiae, is now in New Otllrnll, aindI will ie linppy tinrn, yiO subseriaionean enltherwok: Inil lat ctrunl nlntin'.e ai pplgalti am'hirtore itie. It acet it ha n Plelnd n atalnlild publicniii Ln. "ur litche Iolimleiat" is puLLlal. in weklly aunwii , nc of wlhilh a ill rerri a pli vt luitie. Easch niabner ontains two Lwaanti. frul ,e ,ilJ a lllgn niteilgl hialgn of dercnil lion. Iit alliatoqars inal ita. Itlihe .cMpet ipuhli,. ials flha kiid ic the wa rid. Sulnsription pri. ces numners IIr ;6f it aore thann $.50,01il hia been expelnded oal ' *y'clk idtl ia conlidenlly lnuameiided an Iclly wortlhy a'flroanpe. swbanipllna received at No ,4 Callp ta , nali t theid Pan Oti-,. nr9 tA W . i Sleii F-iani it s-I-: Luin l Code: Hclanll' Curse olLeal tlltdy,2V volf:eiel ann Irlurnncea: Lcwe's Chartey PFtirn: FarlseWt: Reeves' nut Deacecta: ltrenie'n Crlmincal Evveti. ivi cil do.. Rct.ll on Crinmis, 1 vela: Norri' Rebus an Evidenle: .itherntrdlia Iletitlll.: NrW Yvrk AlaalPieal i)'lgeet., 'rI: Pcsalit an Ahrlgiige:t Jal.lPaelk'i Trial: Mi'laliihli rlady nf Vtle I.,n: Hlti a lwe an Pmlaiaptile F.'.idiece: liilflid in P'leud illlsiumam e no I*... Tillina:lint on li-inihatir.ii: 2auld~m1 Pilasi.allnl nit Sinrti-t: Thliaa' i. ok 3 mnlkde; cti .n ..n....: 'n ',icn lain Di.tie,,nr, 3 vS,"''ntsl ic liet ti I.ua it Fixilnre: Stilrtii on Ealll - hat Slaet lea:,'gd, a ' ihn Yi'dhry-" Sin'c 4ldil5b_ lSu;t Lind ind lelld,--a: tSiii lllt't l8.rv Pua t.DK 'Vol: Iyltcvl" i alll It-iehrk. ni Areel,': ( t" l ta li. l ll uls: ta nilailir nIh nii VU. l- W .ll', ,..,,, IiS* : 1q' "i i-illiiil-i oteli nrI W lt .in -. '' illii'aa , iee u. iit'".lX A .TOWAD. nn I .NN i m '.' - .'i'" O lit ii.p'jii norne. fi nar-, .L it C'UAIPI.I\ 'o(IPI' I, a j aI~ J52 iln a a: = - ' TRUE AdEIIRICAlN OFFIFX. to fi .- well ABDO0K i L~bdL'JtP ' was: II connaecion with tl Oc iace . . iou SPLENDID AND EXTENSTN. ASSORTMENT OF TYPE |acti rFn T nil rPat l TInI OF addil Pamphleat Blank Chocks thee Catalog. es ills of Lading r"h tabeals, Dray Recelpt, in Legal Notices Auction Bills, or if Bill Forms, Show Bills cipo Steam Boat ills Circlars l co hers And cvery description oeJob WVork tl at m nmany beeqnired. I7IFThe proprietor respectfully calls the attention of the public to the above Card, an I assaros them that all work intrusted to his care shall be done at the short- can est notice, in a style unsurpassed' in this city, and th at the lowest rates. anm TIIE TRUE AMEIRIC.N N. EDIT''ED BY Jallt Clnann. f FAITERUL AND BOLD. NJV OR LEAN : TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. IF30. 40 had II.N:nY CAlY.-Thio True American has ever been lisn steadfast in its attachtmeet to thin greisetatesman. The tie i feelhngs of the editor have been warmly enliated in his I, cause. lie has, on tle most trying occasions, whien Th weaker and lens deermined inen would have shrunk Lot 'froot their duty, S"And the bravest held his breath for a time," ary h3 boldly advanced and gralpling withl l he difficulties, do relol.eld them. To no moan in the Union in the Uni n so much indebted asto I.elnry Clay. As day follows a it. day, lis gloriolus achievctnonts are, one after the aher, '.unrolled, which, however they may be obscurcd now, :0 by tile foul breath of malice or envy, will Ihe blazoned ln er times, i art apolngst I the i ost b illilat victorie. of onlsummtnate selatesmanship. When a question in our national councils, which puzzles the guardians of 41l r nor rights'to sittlu antd de:ermine-when division and No tdistraction are anticipated, and the black wingl of die. itn cord anld dcstruction are hovering over the country, whose hand is seen stretched frtillh to keep back the e. lowering sterm ? Need we say that the shield opposed of "- to Ito threautening danger is advanced by IIENt.RY ole CIAY to protect his country, although his own bosom n dI ins 1ped to the shnfls of the elnemny Ilia hand is the miost drinog, anld his heart the most firm, of thIne who Al Sstand in tile front rank of the clwson hand iof :rectn, n. i t eill left to guard the legaey of their sires. pr to We need n1 t gI o blck to past trinmph. Thrylhaver, timcl ni again, been accorded to Mr. Clay. We have It it' reccrd antother--the noblest of Ihem nil--his coin plcte ttinlph over the Aholition faction in the U. S. t Senate, on the 7th il., inll a speechafc tlenietlldOs poliwe Cntil umpnraloll chd ehqucnce. The galleries werea h Sthron eld, and thi burning words f tile orator Ipentrl_ I lo ted the ery Ihcrts f his loge anuditory. Tloly uere I 0. enterta n d ly thlle meloly ni hin voice nd crllviluced by11 t" it,' lucid arrangemo nt of his argnmont, hii:cll h Ir to c, g elcy i f lea.nrllig and vievd clhquclnc', is taid to have beal t uncsurpnoss'd. 'hile imoIt fv*rIbcll im:t reitioule was oit on the uinds of all. The oratior an: patriot glhled in tlhecl ;ekler' languatge. 'The llitle \waswn, Io, Iti'. Calhtunu nin e llO, at tie lo-c, shou:ed victoryl, nod I,. nid, now indeed lihe whole ettthl aue ullnltld and iho. lition iiilht doe its 'orst.l Iedi colptlitmntid Mr. Clay iC , i tn mlst r lllhhllin t lr 'liit, iand eP ptes, i. d hii ltflt greatly gratified wilit tit ~ i, lendid a flinlt,to which lie lhad jist liotened. So great was the influence of this masterly speech of Mr. Clay, to l that after it was cotcluded, save tile few Inlillnes sic.. . pied tiy Mr. Callolul in et c mpl mrlinllg the gleat hoa!! t i, piaolln tie Soulth, no longer tilnet was etlnmeId by tile SSenate in business that day, but it imnediately aonjtorn li rd, although its c eaniotn wa:l not ns iate as usual by sI C oA al houIIrs. IE low will those niscrarnle wreotches fueLl whlo llve Sendeavored to provte Mr. Clay ian nenly of thie outhl bv chtarglinga him with itholitinmlim ? IHnew will they act 1 What new device will they nolw get up? Ilan not rIt 51r.CnIholllluln eclored thait leI. whole youtlh is now neni I ' ted- as uno t that declhratihe predicted ipo n .Mr.Clny's i- unanswerable epecch against abl tlitniimel. Isa nt Mr. sad Clloulln's tctimnonv of some wriglht with themlnl Is I no glht to he attahelld tl his declalnti ? I'1 he tact is, a 0' the South for tihe Presidency. His loft, genius. and f ll, vwnavrring patriotism and lung ex.,lcriene, hi pru- I IG dencte, his isdmln, his justness, are all acknowlodged : l ihere; and ihey are here counsid cred at tributes wIorthyof f tihe first ofi ¢ le in t r enverllnllnt. FiEr: [ItNIoi Nit. I.- ThVe otlrier.-Theirei r ime olbjeets l whlih ippears intrinte to I firt, to the inquiring mind, but upon eneatre reflectiln, the tensible iad discriminllatin mind, clears Iu the nystery, niad makesall cleartild plain. Such al subject is tile fea banking saytemti. From it niailleOde, and the influ ence it is to exert on the commercial, as well n ilagri culitural world, tIlee who do not look henernth bth rilrfae of things, have invesrtd it a itu all the powers and nttributes of illnlt delmtou spirit, who will huproot aocieti, tnd destroy the basin of value and property. Ilowlcver fuol ind clearly they ore eCxpluined, there same. miinds that can never undirstand geoertal prinoi. ples. They are so inarowed down by prejudice and ignoranlce that they cnniet onprecante what they cannot touch nld Stee, and which calnnot tool particle by par ritle. Suchls these laugh at the beautiful dimonstra lins oflphiloophy, as ttl e wild and basuless scheming and speculations of rain visionarit e. Tley assume the province of saureas and antire, Ind aiml their obtuse ud a at what tiley alecct to desllise-Vain raillery! Amtingst all the ipeopositiuns whi:ch of late, have fonlll filtr, havingo flr theirial, tleo et'tabllishtullnt of i round anld unifrernm currncy, noule certuily ilts Leen et generally anlopted by tlhinking nen in that .yo.eio whiclh heads tli- anricle. New York; has had it in suc essrill operation for more than n year--ieorgia hIs it already ii olperatiin,nd its popularity sprleds like ila gic, nnd it. wthole.omn inillence is univ really ldmittell. Oilher tates lihate tlaken it nl, antd lthe day i. not far dintant when it will prevail ill a large majority of the slteat. It it in oonsnnoance with onr institutions lgreeinie, in its chanreteristics, with the genius of our IRepublic. Sloo weeks since, if we are not greatly iislinken ,the Courier was on the fence on this stubject, ndl if on either side, it little on Ithe right side, eonf sslng at tli s:lme time tlhat it knew very little abour it. tne were eatisfied at the time that the editor ofthe Cnulier had not gliven it muoh reflection, and indeed we questioned if hoe could comprehend the excellencios of the .y tlnu after ie did ponder it well. We are now convinced that our last position was the correct one. lie now nrasumes t!.e grond that it ins " Lt of thlos hobhlett ilet better desetnes tpposition by tiee rmn il' siOr,, than by tioUsrIuillltt,"l1 antd publishes a nunt sensial nalempt aot irony to sustain hIim, wilh the pre fare: "Its perusal wni:1 furnish a hint or two tu enable I tl puhblir to uraveol tile web which a few uhlmrtnerls ree weaving, with the hope of seizing on theo hest fru't of the peopl.t'. i.:du-ty anld ecolnly &e." \\1 s ever Iunh stuff-surb tniserulie Iwiedle seton The Coier irr could not more oenciblyv e hl w up its edlittr" egre giouely ol aen," and prove his manifest inolrance of the ubliject lie dreele 'i Tie rinciple, whilh the fir. fetched essay at -idlicle quoted by him, enldeavorsn to show ul, is not a part and paircel of the proposed se-s. tat whicl if the editor has anly brainmi ht e amy scer-l' tani by reuding tile law, or g t:ing some kind fiend to explain it fir him. Tile editor of tle Courier is inot thel fir.: astute critic who not ntiid rsinuding sul ject, thongllt it a fit olbjet of ridicule, and only expliosed hli' igoanrnce anil fldly,lwhile hIe wuouglt n intury on that elih colledl for lis sntire. THe Lou tlralta of ycrerlday), Iotk ilp te cudgels, with an apparent earnoestnes, in furor of the Bill in give the Maeor new powuerl, niad by the trs of nslot seltle' ty, endcaveorto make that seene the right sidh. of the question in issue. The LouisIanliao say: "A simpllle statemre refre ci:ane, we think. will ufllice to convince every imrpartial titan that tle o piion is reasonable, (t iz: thaet thle2d moniripaity has uot the mayor in er. t a tight place he cannot execute his fnllltions unless relieed by the I.gislature.) The Iteenlutrihn of the council implies that the treasurer alnd coniproller i f the mtunicipality alblal give no information to tile mai or respecting the finearee withoun the co-cent of the -i.uneil first I ad antd btained." So much for "rthe iltn pit staterment" of the I.,uisionian. Whalt are the fteilse Noot sch as they am souAht to be nnl:lo out by that paper. The council distinctly adnititted tile ritht ,f tihe mayor to deunsll from the Coenptroller, the sit uuillln I.f e liaa lellffir.s ief the nmunieipcaih, bud they sntrilled the Comnptroller in his refuall to give the May lr ail re prte taulteln i ntil he shoulI Ilave received utlblriit fruo the eonun:il to do so, or at lenat acquaintrd thbm wit thli denanuoI. Thi colncil hIld reasure i tllink !hat the lmayor mdight with sebc one. riled stCtellnaill, iniae t he credit of the municripality Th . dm.uI.d . ,ut l.) Ii aril lier co ditint., bet he" i, elIr, lie , : It" ii' tueantee y. [l'hew t .. s) ,lor lt. l- u toa coeel uught frwom the may)r, it was only jtti to Five him correct illnfotation ns to the rsee es a well as the amtount fr which the credit ofthe council hl was pledged. hai We had'writen tihu far when weolearped thuftiphe House had taken up the bill, and had rejdeted hei et onat sectiod and adopted tile two others with amendtmetae- - adding a third sertion. Ofeelrso the hill goes back to anti the Senate, which we treast will have the good sense to reject it,. "we want no change, butJenst of all sucllh i shangeas they would bring us." Just let us alone at or if we mut be mteddled with, pleae divide the muentl eipolitiesinto mayoralities. At least, let us of the ms- Irl rond be a separate nrrnicipality. We are unanimous cet hers against the proposed enereachments on our laws C at least nine tenths are against the proposed enact- wet meat. to t We have another statement of the Laouisalian to natice the It says that at the very larsa meeting at Bank's Arade, to ref con thier thle mesure to whichll we hqve referred above. that I the ueecatre of the question on the adoption of the resolutions of wea not pat. aet but half of the meeting responded in the oihr nrmantive. The Vera eouS persons n whose ansertions the in edi'or rely, have Imposed on their credulity! The negative was put an I not more than three or four voices responded the thereto out f that malty handled. Nor was there any de mend feorthe negative to bh put, ac lleged by the Luieinian e for it had bees pat, and received the support of only the vniel at ove mentioned, at least two of whom we hbrard'oy they had rame from the lower Municipalities. These samne n voi ee called for an individual to address them to whom the mesti.ng did not w*l to listen. Atera great deal of pertina- Fc jty on therirpat. a number of others eaed to hear what he had to ray. and did listen, we thought with coneidernhle pa tm tlence to Ili atlung-out proliminary remarks. They became tised however, and save manifeet tokensofdisapprobatina. tie retired. and the chair declared the meeting adjournred The reolutions wrau adopted in doe and proper form, tLh Loaaaianian to the contrary netwiiatending, CLortlt \ ArtE.Ra.--On Wedrnsday the 23d of Jannt- it ary, tie thermometer at Qnebre ranged fromn 0 to 32 ti degrees below zer,. New Jersey too!-A Frel Banking project is before theleagi- Jture of New Jlerery. rWe wait in the eperctatinn ofseeling thit subject ta ken lup by every tnte in the Union. Then we shall have a unifrln and a sounde urrency. it COUnrTErFEIT.-The J' i hlelrphia (;nzette of the f 4th iost. nays: " Counterfeit $3 notes af the Bank of thie o SNorthern Liberties, Philadea!plia, made their apperancec inl Wi'mington, Del , n few days ago. el A Fit HAULr.-The tlia:onl Post Pays, theFishermaen of flnrawich, having no ish to catcl this cold weather, SFomle hare cot caught themselves. ifteen were mar ried in one week. in I --- -- .-------- ------- of1 o NIE YORaE U. . - ".NATo.- We learn front the s i Albany Daily AdvlreiserofFriday lart, that the Whig a t, .:ners of iheti eeate nd Assemblye nlt in CanenOuth ti previmos eveting, and nominated the llon. Nathaniel P. o ,lTnllmade lbr the oilice of U. S. Senator. The whole ariinumlbe of vt a clven wao 99, of which Nathaniel P. . 'allrendge had 7, Albert It.'Tracy 6, Frncis Gran s. ger4, Willill Itl 3, t lonk 2. . It is quite probable that there will he no election at re his session of the New York Legislnature. 'he l.oco Ifob:o have the command ,ftshe Senate. and have delt, r,, miedto dufr the intention of the Whigs to re-elect r Mr.l'allmadge, by refeuing to go into an election. We learn from the Jackson Republican, that a report t t current, that the hody of at mn was fonad, a day or 0 two aiCe, near the grog-shop four miles this aide of Clintot. ul ErUTOiteN.--.The Asceesioon Herald says: The six negr, es whose arrest for murder we annoonced inl or paper of the 2d inst. paid the penalty of their erime, on the 11th inst, in the parish of St. James. ent The whige in the New York Legislaturo bare elec a, ted their Secretary of State, Treasurer, Attorney Gen o.. eral, Comptroller and Commissary General, by large o. majorities. o- Mr. Parmeoter has ietn agoin deeloted in the 4th v- Congressional d strict of Alassachttsetts. Necessary to a choice 4502 re Parmenterll f. 4479 th iroks, whi, 3794 y 8eatterring, 730 not Ht only nchks 46 votes, another trial and thein-will li- Ihe succeed ?-answer Tenassachusetta? DISAPPo1NTMENT,-We visited the St. Charles last night.wi:h the determination of being pleased with Auonata and her Par.e of the Due do Vendome, and dinnpointedl wit thei, other. \With Augunt. fr ute giving ou some of her dancing, and with the piece as a lmot miserable pantomime of one of La FEntaine's tale,, hneutlfullly done up as a French Vaudeville. The only thing we admired in the whole of the affair, ws the nneni cent cn.tleles.--lPray no more of the P'ages and the Duer to Vendome NATINrosno MoAGeZIN AND IEtciUBL.tcA REVIEtW, published at iashington City.-- olne weeks since, we briefly noticed the advent of the first number uofthis valubhle publieati,m. Wre underetOad that the number for Fehruary is out, but have not yet received it. We had intended to recur to th:s peri-dical,,nd enumerate some of the cogent reasons why it should he sutnained. It is a combbinttitn o politicanl informalion and literary excellence, selficiently diver.ified to interest the gone ral render. It ih brought directly in reotrnet to that poisool-dietiltegntmlgnzine, " the D)emocratie Review." and is purely ntlional and republicau in its tone and Isentitents. The New York Tintes, in speaking of the first Iluber, Iakes tIhefullowing remark-: \We cordially approve of tile dlesign ft Ihi work, to Ilend the prodnet oen of Anlerieun Statenoen on f I artaut Itoliticsl ubirecte witi tie rretettnroh oefscieelce and literetere. AIsnerll hu. periodical is mo reaolltned to counteract thle per icioos intllence of nsiml;ir pu. liention. IThe ittroucttoty article is a Cleer and con vilcei:,g ettrtenet tf tie carllel of tpposition In tIe reseelt dleini-lretion. tlhee filluws a dineimoitttiug review olta paolitcnl novel leith coli 'tl not rntertaie - in extractso. tint tite nmost neitult)o article,. in oar opinion, is iht entitlrd thle "rendit yrrntel " cinvi g t tlcciett IIbt nelenelholy hiatoerv f ,opere Illnev i vea rious countries lrnd the corrupting inftlence n'id r'itnouo tIfie-t ot go'fernlentltl tltlelperilg withl tile tirency. T e "sketehrtcls ofcolgreoionol -ceneo,"will beo red tith grat ite nrest, as conveying a grt hlli piecture of life nt \\Washlinoton. there are reveree prose ptlpers, and two or thre pnelical contributions which slve to diversify andelirve tlhe more inteorumlt political die quisiteons. Ilthough the present number cannot be consliered a fair specinel in regard t, mrchutotcao +xncutil a or literalv exctlrnee it will cop ere faynr I nlv witl its IoCento co rival, ti Denoerantic .tvniew. Wt look forte next nnmbehr with munch interest, aond meantthilte commend the d ork for .slpnor. to Ihe frietlns otf coustitrtionel loaw snd good gveronment. To the Edilors of the Louisiana Adnertiser. . eto Orleade, Februnary Itt, 1839. Gentlemnotn.. ye nare mitken it statiner in oeur paper of Ihe torlotnge Itunt Ir. Oeborn was remove from niy heiao to the tPlanter's ttel while it the rllenieo of death, ned also in rnl;titltoI, ihtlish tainyenemplony. Ito waoe ad had hner for only a atllle ire',lat in the Jcpluellynett of mli to A' drew Ji Itarokeralthou : f it ti'tt corer tenea and Canotate4 1 raw t.mci lt it l, o od he elle at o.ileo k o raort d nt hei ilns, attr'eIC o tlda:ld 'ull baoeotn o.h.o.t la-t all Izncw osr. Oornllre. I nan Ii.n" r',., for the fril tlne ,a it dau mOrlu - iol, at tire Ihldllt..rt lohn , taly:war hrdfi mi a frOl my re.i drellc. o r.O toln . en notlt nlyehouse dlritn s htI earpo Ielon. noer - Irefll ie tinitt kkown to mr.klol or any filtont Ilt. ludtilln t e1on,1 w Onl ei8 tlird to-..r of tih,, sooi. baild tne with nay see'o oot h-.e ad Il tore1 tollenrlne ill th hanll leadig, to his mom by thle walhmatnl is lll ltol t il n tLe It r,.,t ,herr, t hito .h tn od tpen: ad the wtcthseln ee alltd ibe n rt Saondt.y tnreioo Otllt.oa ho heal knotr n ...hatiltt,, ..f.e.aot. tlr. Wh , i wit!lou my ktwlethtt or ictlerpkmitnm, calSnr the hoy to hn rets;led tto tile "t.nler' llotsl, and rnt for er. l orton rlv i ft, l n ona:tllltaion rloloun eId lt tlr. O r an l t I. ad;, ;ftr n hllet Mr. Wht'. oI I o'otoet on Sdllav leerninog, erp.Ii, e to my houlte winthU tilan etholy intelli. Vote n-e rieot in nmot tent Ir. Oh'oe e... hi.ghy ..oiten rioon,.o..eI ieesnenad y tele tt I hadl kLnluo hllo ill Ini tprnerrity: he wa lloest, iul.lli eoct. iodettricno.. o1 att'tioeeatn httd and fother.eaett+d. fee't f'eted. Oith a werte aend genrenletl S isp.si. Iw crold eey donr, t rloeeed aoainst souch a man in adversity, nllceh Ice. in the gtuin e of dreth! Mr. Oenuru wano dlriven to nceeits a ntlllordillte iltatien by tle iee.retulioa nft o tld er elortt, wholl, hlt h hae, ll abir . ite nolld I1aen¥ gl,.tt, p,,id: all had ntt hie otd e:edile o t Inpned bin fromn N.n York an - pursue I bllt ierh.e tw, eledeatOlllg to) rlvort Ili. n-ow oedtits o Iher praymentnf old debts. ther wald in ,Il hulln pro' noteity bnae sobten their menoy fro. lew elrnneeto of their debtor: all hasl been lost--ttey pes fnrrcd to jetle him ill his ronlre on the itow tleate.tti b he en t .el.let for lo e exereisn of tIhose core r ial tajents whlnc hbd etoitiernd hioll conEpi oan In New York and iven hiat one ti the eo otron of enloltl s nmillthons, and they nmlut ahide their own reflections, -t well a the Ion of tlleir My door haviing alnways been open toi Mr. Osorn.n I athe fv,.r of e1nl editors who may give place to the errnooua o tht. tome, t t puhlish thinlrter. Your ubeeisnt ervalt. JACOB BARKEI I For th* True Ameorican. IIOUor OP REYRI-:SEr'A'rtIVEo. Monday. tPth Felruary. 18t1. Gtr. Dvnideon preoented a relutitllte, whiich wen adepted, direotiet the Joudidi try conemotee to enquire into the canoes trhy h Alttr.ley (General hod ,eodited to mnke o he n eport reqlired by a reolution pessed last year, making it the dory al that officer to report to the I.eginlaturo a d' tailed accollnt of aoil reognizance. fitrfited it eriminal oatlers, in tihe pariah oft ('ln.Iare Innl what It has dneto Inwards reeihting tbe aentn dne oi raihl tfee'ed rcengeei.trcete, Mir D. nmode tont renmrk. tteudieg to low th neressity of Ita measure, Snlloll other things+, ht altelld the fet, tlent in the year itt7 tie- tihe iteet rreegoizeecntes enouto tet t177,l1iltt hI yeit ne a atr t hinld bt', colle: ceeltnd. 1Si t h, ktt I re.eeo li n lrllItorinlte rotl a .lrgen nIeten b. tlhe. o m erao.f- f thetr I r f deisrt y. itEsipryIein tor Il", r, i ec"I te in ott t ee ot jet- tee. l r.i rt d to a "ai lllttee ottOnped ofMesero Li.ttL.Cuturad i SMr i.ociett also presented a memorial front the in habitantof.he 94 municipality Oi be subte of the proposed insetase of the powers ofi tse mayor-Laid on thetable sub:ect a the inspection ofthe msmbhrs. Mr Ratlif presented a resolution, which was adopted, authorising the state Treasurer to cause 530 copies of his last annual report and the documents aronnexed, to printed, provided itle cost shall not exceed $100. Mr Wadsworth reported a hill for the relief of J L Comstock. Mr C M Conrad presen'ed tihe petition of the Noew I trloeasCotmmereia Library Society. Referred to the committee on propositionn and grievancer. On motion of Mr Morse the Judiciary committee were discharged from frtmherconsidersiion of the bills to abolish impsisonment for debt, and the bill to amend the 2 333 article of the civil code; and said bills were referred to a speelalcommittee. Mr Morse reported a bill to incoreorate the town of Grand Ec r in the perish of Natchitoehes, which pj after dispensation of the rules, unrderweat two read- of ings. ir Ratiifmade motion for the reconsideration of the bill gran ing $10.000 for the improvement of the road front Harrisburg to Vidalia, and made few remarks tending to show that the amount appropriated nws too great on the part of the state. This motion was op posed by Mir Guiooand supported by Mr F D Conrad, and was lost by a vote of 91 to ?. ir F D Conrad presohted a bill for the relief ofl W in Fowler Esq. ir Ratlif presented a hill to create a depot of runa way slaves, in St Francieville. Mr Inockett presented a bill to incorporate the Method ist EpiseopelCIrahd of New Orleans. The speaker laid before tihe House several commtntt nientions, one of which contains the resolution of the meeting held at Banks' Arelde on th- subject of Free fr I nuking. was, on motion of Mr Mr Preston, referred to ft I the committee already appointed on that subject. On motion of Mr Davidson, the House took into con sieration the bill relative to the powers of tie Mlayor. After ontre remarks front lessrj Lockett and Conrad, the 1st section,vrsting in the Mayor the power ofap pointing tbh exautive oflicers of the three Municipali ties. was ununimounly rejected. The second section usamendoed by the committee, granting to the Mayor tlo power of samovirg the tronsue:r or eomptroller ol any municipality, who should refuse to ncomply with Sa written request of the Mayor fur ioformrtion, and dia qualifying the officer remtoved flr rc-election unless recounernded by the May. r, camte op for ceonider r lion. It was opposed by Mir. Lockett, who mtintainied with grea force of.argument that such a law would be coantary to the spirit and letter of the city charte?, passed in 16, 6. nd the anws iuenorporatine the city in 18.2, 4c. That such a power g might he oa used, thatt t was impolitic to great to any exerau tive ocer tie control over to over titreasury, and that the cornril or pople werete te best der ositories of sach a power. S Mr. Coanrd nruead that it was necessary to the proper per. feomiuce I y the mayor .f his dutties that he should have the power of ohtnlinilng all the information he required fom lire proper oflcere..that no danger could reslt from such a power..that the power of remnoval would only take place in case of relnsal to iomply with a simple denand for informon tion Mr. Conrad illustrated his position in anin mple and Sable manner, colnmndling theattentieo of the houseduriig et two hours. Sr. Gaiennie contended in a forcible speech that the power was uelesos rnd unroustitutiotnal. that the olrtyor should, on rt the contrary, te a source of information; for the possessed a or rerord of all appropriations and ordinances passed by the of different counci, and monls ciere paid out on his warrant, 6c. Mr. Davidson proposed to add a clause previding that an, i fficer removed by the mayor might be re-elected by a vote of four-liftths of the council. and he suppolted his amendment ar by a few remarks, to which Air. Gsiennie euggesting that II twoethirds was sttficient majority in such cases, and that tie mnst important qursteons involvin r millions were deaided by a vote of two thirds, oven nfter a veto. After some further de 0 bate. Mr. Daviden' anmeandment andthe amendment proposed n- by the rommittee were both adopted. The third section ro ge quiring thie publication of the mayor's message was passed... An additional section proposed by Mr. P'ickt, redrcinr the number of members in the council of the First Municipality I to 12, was also adoptod.. and the bill was passed. On motion of Mir. .ewis, the house resumed tlie considers tion of the contested election of laone T. Preston, which was interrupted by the adjournment. F'elonr.-FPor,.nme years antl,large qnnliries of bread stu't hove been imported hlum iulrope-now, however, ill the srene is chalnged, and e sh t i ientPlo Flor, to a vtry

conside~Ihie extent, are taking illce from our t .antern Ponrt. Ito England, I11 order toI nlpipiy in perr IIII· wan11ts ol the British ieubir: idndced by tile hrnit e f ther ent craps. 'len theound eithl h talnlred anl ifiv y balrels ill, were iPlentlV :n~ltlelilld in Irichnmon,' Vu, ulil O it,, ante p ie t$l ':, Ir the oiihsh mar --wen d Iheopend H0ere5 shave e ritollred in inllltiu,res.r.i sut tolte.ty ilriRnaii i ill'hilatrellltia. uile rIlinnltrr rn prIoIred it, New York l;r lihe sum nllnrlt lild init Sa beelet, aRr.ettuiud. '! he wllr e forei^n explrt f Ihfnt city trlmi the 1st to Irhe 23d ult. was etly :ol l,' r orinle. 0 -Louisville i(;azetti. lie. A 'atlional Wiealth. A Modern Dieroeery.-Get y.r r eir, bren ifothfrom itIR Itlletll and Illck serrs, rnd tour r ontlse pett fre ifllltllel Irlr dlr Flrllloce, er rlov vltereP; i hv l ev a le had ftir ti r low price of a dollar a b I.thl. itni-ig potatloes is not only a vulgar, but a lhInrious :w, IIbulner; leave it il thore who inow nothing bethor. eI.t otyl olant otr fiartnas (ititey have nlt beew sold in city lots) aitl he Mlloras Mtulrcalis; in a ,.Cw years his we mat all wer ilks, provided we do ntl ill the nean her tlie tlreir diathot. 'this is the true steamr process to i pe veprd v eallt. O We iake this littlesquib from the New York Star. ate it is a fair hi at tihd free trade ristocracy, and the spec ed. ulators in tMulherries.-[tlos. Cour. ary J Ilorrible Iihuranity.-'Tlre Haverhill (New lHam.p shire) Repulliceaeetn announces the Aflt that in the jail in that rlwn there it n man 0ix'v years old, whol has blien v." incarcerated ei4ht years for debt, ani ftr a consildera nd ble iportin ort lra lire fl pris.on chorgc oni ! Such a ti.et is i di'grace to ilUe state which prarnite stIch the o to rtemtin upoll her statu bnook, and a doming blot upon the character of the Iont, whetre the rIct to t"t i"e kneown. Ifitoe eitizcre were iven o cutnllll tr aturrs, thePy rouold erl rte hlr man frlee Iy ln lirlnedi ace n rsuaIrriptlion, and denotni e his persecutors as unlit fed for human societv.-N. '. Stun. - Insurance Companies in liassachusetts.-From the e annual ubstract of the retulrns receiv d at the Spcletea ry" office it appe ins thatl shere Ore in the State 4I In tn ratee ICop aliices with 0n negergte crlpitil of i$83 5• 0oii. 'TIeseo clnmpanie trlnd, at thie tste of tie retrrs to in )ecclller, at risk $ 9,9529,10 imarine; aoid $515,93,. i 2i7, ft e; total $11i.,952.417. Of the whan e i.ntnbcir on: 24 of th comnpanis are in the city of Bosoton, with an gg rerret capital of $6 450,000; 19 in other places, eapi ly. lal $1,865,000. ANOTHER SUB "]'Ra.AnOREaR GON£--fn. Jackson's "AfIical Iion," as te is culled, gotn out in the packeo to-day tojoin Van Amburrgea tenagerie at London. N. Y. Star. NEW BANK. An Associaonm has just he-n faomed under the name of'The Stuyvewant Banking Compnnv.' The Banking house is nlcated in the lowery, coe'ne of Second street --capital $l,011t),000, an eet to a firther incrRnee s er tie first ia. of Jonuary, 1i 2, of ona million of dollars. Edward 'IT'nvar Esq. on.o known as Ihe Aldlermnn of hIe Seond Ward,, is tih Presidenl; Jacobh Bror, Eaq. Cohier: and John Cleveland, Esq., Cnonnellor.-N. Y. Com. Ai'. $103 REWARD. iNNAW\'AY, ",ebi. 17th, n g.idcnlonol bcc, named I:[llI.IFlS, Iarcý oeye, vilh a nstor;hill face., lbout "t) yoears o I. lie tollk w.hl hi it n gold watch and ch coli. No. fi tlle wnlrhl, lii:5, E 'eITloti. - Co, I.ivcr nl.l no.ll t $,1t ) i'l ealh, a I)preinittry naote .; $'.0llll, |owte ,toe.: t lat to tie Iodre lrfe E W SeweCl, at fit0 daeo from the 2Iot J.tanttry, 11:t9I. The obhv. rew.rrd will be paid en tihe delivery of the elane, with any of tle nanmed articles. 1- f9 F.DW'ID W SEWELIL. ( F ]~OF PitcA.CI iUE-E Joans o Co a to'ati l i. new edition. The subscribers to, thlll work and gentlemen of the liar in general, are infocrmed thoit Ih new edition of tlc Code of Ihatlice, io now finishld and ready for delivery at ti alno of the snbhrcribers. 'lIth. Code of Practieo is anntolted with skill. exeeu. ted with eleganoe,and published in Eog.inai and French. The different C'ourt Rules are counuined in it, in the etape of ti io ppeitoi. I JOHNS F.C'o, Pu blishers, New Orleans Staticnersa Iall fel9 ,ar Conmmolcn andi St Charle, N EW ES I'A BLISHMI EN'I'-'I'be underaigna.! iave Sopened a t, very and Sale Stable, at Nr. 182 & 4 (;rvier at., wber tlihey nill be lo.ppy to accoemodate their friendsan antoiallt with sadidle, harnea adl Indiesur' Ihrses, a good as can he hand at any livery tallas in lin oroth herncountrv. Aaso varrietyofenarigeen fall descriptitle. all io ir) rate ol.rler, anad ready ar hire, et as re?6a"nl'e ra'eoe as at any alumilar ratablnlactea. ill the city. Tihe nbscribeoa feel gratlefI for fvocrt alrcldy b;osenwed upon themt, and will be thankful for a shal rof p:bltc t~peoatreor. SIl-- veral pair very fitne atnhnd lecrriage horugs. fcli--tltc I' FiOWI.EI & las. 19- . PAI,1Ii,o, Dentist, re.ncctfnlly tivcs no. I. , tire, tilal he may hbe consulted annoally in NoSt Orleann, during the monlth of Fetoru ry. March and April. Ilia tnaanciotc ill the pr.clie, I)r I.vunto, whose crof.ssiootul -kill and experiene, lath in the sOeLrginial alld mnchanical deipartments, is uusurpaased in this mcountr, will remain pemanemalrlly. el9 t'itce.e59 l'anla treel. .eTh1'Lep paekr slhti NASHVILl.E, %ifonodter, for New Yo.rk, wiilptsitiieI leantt Ihe Leaec tIis eve. Iing, by 6 o'cnock, at which Ihour paseanger will plea-e Ih noar d.n ulpoaito iVegetable morkel. F.r pasotge apply to fel9 A COHEN,90 Cotnmon nt NOKi.TIIERPN IIAY-i,0 bales Iprtna Nsa York lIlay, landing from nhip Octnulnc, and for nale by ftl0 A CO112EN, ic9 Comuon st ADi)ER-2 cases Madder. for sale by ý NT It II YI)E & (IRO., fel9 39 Comnmn, ctc r tlag.tzine streret jLUOIlt--ll(lf harrellchnice I rands, in good ship. I' ping ordar at thie landing. tor sale by (fi9 lt Ilt)ItSEY, 4i Nocto In.ee W IJ l ..K lY -'i-tll hitdlte nRtif -, t - t e. landing for r le byt is' (;. DiORSEY, 41 New Levee ) AClt'N- -7il ,'.ol of hIanco, ih.cn'd.' r and iJdeS. 'or 1s9ale hi (1; 1) r I(tEY f 19 41 Nca levoo =--r l GOVERNO S HORSE GUARDS!! Per H Y OU will attend Company meeting on This Day the 19tl instnnt. at 7 oeclok. P M., at the Continlg Room of II W Palshe corner Canal n Excheange Place. Punctual attendance is requested, na bushleao of importance will be submitted. y ord'er of Cope. Osborn Cross. fel3 JOlN GI OSON,O S do S A CON.--I0 hIld cane o sed hams o nd Io hhds sides 1 J for sale by I. BRiIDGE & Co fI9 I 4 Magazirne a. ho SPERM OIL-20 casks winter and fall atrained no snperm oil, worrsntrd pare, folflnle by 4 Foal ISAAC IrrlfI tE & tlo, 134 Magazine at en I LOTHtING -.ilt cases Clothing, ,comprising an -x - o tnsive assortment, ea'ioAn qualities, landing b for sal by ISAAC BIleGE & Co, A feob! 1:4 Mletaine ast CODFISII-- ll boxesr Codfish, for oale by CISAAC BElItlIE & Co, fel9 134 lMaginstoe nl I EW. l. illtstlrathno the I'nlriols, by G P R Jmes, artheor of Darnley, the yletey, 1t &c., &e. Travels in the Threr, Gr-at Emnpires of Atelrin, A o IRusin, end Turkhe, by C I Ellioitt, aotlhor of 'Leatters e frotm the North of Europe, in. vola, jetl rerlived atnd for sale hy 0 0C M KI"AN; fe19 coiner of Camlpi end Comtotln| e .' I .N IFt lt'I'E,S-'-2 aoreo Slen e il ilo.tretomenot, E with rost colored aseoo ,tl jlR opened anti fr soole by flot8 A T'I'OWAIt, 4: Cllamp at , B1LA -S-Specie,o tincture nttd marl tteult Jnroe h roN sd ao d square whiot bottles of A eerY sizei i visla frnom l-drachmb nto 8 oz., for wolotIale ntoi retail, Ih by II SENNAIIEI., I tn feb18 corner Natchez & T'rclnopitonl fi or N UTS-'0 nlls erazil Nots, jinst reeivedfor sCle or b fel R;A1) & IIAIt'TOW, IlESnkPlce 1 0 UM 0t:I.AS'TIC B.h\I.LS for sale wholesale and I retail, at IBONNAIRS .'S S fa18 Srtore err Natbrchz . '"'clmpitoonulon et st: I't IiAN , tr- New tcrle·lt , i Fehrunry,l 39. l 5'l5 Stobkholdlers o lb s Insatittion orle herlby no ct tifted, thlet thle notnltl e'toctio fur I'wlve lrr JlOt o eery-, flor tlf e etoi:lo toear, o ill bf l held at tie BanlD'ing lousetr1on td,o .lt h lorbhio, Ilet, bh-tto er, I tiloe hlura of 1l A M and h I' M. ; JOCKEY CLUB RACES!.! oo ECLIPSE COURSE. il PRING f PIRNG, 183N will co oeo- Co Wed et S nesdayy,13th of Manch, 1839,andcoootinoe 5 days. toot First Dy. The New Orlens Il, of he $70, two mile heats. illthi roe5 or ,ds and p wards eorrv 100 Iina. 4 yr ilds rod undero their ppro y prie, wei h '. do, reo-dRace--%tme Dny. A onrepotoben f r3 )r tro oldoi subotbrio oooo $5119; half floflet ( milte heaos) to Stnate: and clotse tbe lot Mtr, 1 839. Second Day. hhJockey Cluhb I ure $151110l; lore, mine hboat. h erth Day. oty Prooroetor's Puroe $71111:; mil heats. S cosNd Rnare-hSane, 18a. itsw:e tleor ore 2 yr cr tool colt otio $.5110, IonI forfeit, (mile oest,;) to a close. le. ot M tc.. . Pro prietor'sPrse $50'l; itle be rt hrst 3 in 5. a.nl Y' N. ti 11.1 VEI, ltroprietor col !)tS re o00I. j4-g ol n -1 on.r.,t eotlline for m, 'tl', , o l l evoo I .,o o P oot, -oklfal r kip I I 'df i 0e n tlle a olld a is It l'tlu l - t,, 3 fr t, hp C.olo O tol, onr sale by IA 0\t' 1lrO"ttiO ,o (elO Int 1 ,c5 " ir city, oill fl InOhr hu.hIauI t No. 3,lo Sotleastrel. "ro 1.17--'at lho foollo toowillo' nr ti00 · rlalo illoeos f Ft ilo nis a lo' Lottorot, Clast IB. loo I113:]) G"2, 2, ,1 9, 17, 69, 'lS, 50.3 ,1,. 10),29, 5.i.37. $11,00.) ' 1PIT'AIA P1 I/. LOUI SIANA L O TT UP RI. Authorizefd by Act of l,eoiolo.tot'e. Chapter N.XlI, be. onsoeol MIlt('h 1b 0 1. 1i'0 . I o I, f 1f o.iI, I o h011: toh dl rat tonl "i ol' o tl. i , 1,"bt. 19. IPo:ll, it 5 o 'ct ick, 1' r"- It. ntolorl:elooo l1otOtel. Iooolo'Its in Df S. lILEt;OIIY ,\" t',. Sotcoot).ors to LATES trt .of.VNP f'1PE ;1 Cr. e0 75 NtOm0r0-l Iloo r fBlliots. tt oIII ANDf S('fItEMt. 33,3190 Prizto ooolontoonuoz t, $115,934 oeo Tickets $3 0-lal ohttw $1 5O-Ifooorteor 0 75, Packatten afof5 ticktls fo ; ( , $11. Pt ern of 25 half tickeot $P2 00. Packages o of 15 fjuarter 'l ibkelt tor S$11 00. For Prackaesbo tooiugh 'l'il c ,. t o,, at T'he 9tnn'Prs O11i,'," ont -feb18 35, Cnnl mteo . n,,t too Caino it "O-D \ VY. 8,0001 Capital Prize, Tl'k,,ets olt 2 50 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. Drawing of the G(rand State Lottery Class J, 67, 10, 12, 46, 59, 55, 21, :32, 65, 30, 7, 75. 3 Noe, I, 6, 28, the Capital 'ri e of $13,00, was sold in a cwhole ticket, by 11r Jo.b Y Dvie, No 49 Customl Ilouse street. and cashed as noonl a8 iartse~ted. C LASS 14, Aolhrsed rby the. l.gislature of the . t ato. To be drawn This Day, Feb. 18, 1831, at 6 o'clock, P. 31. as Blishop's Hotel. S DAVIS & CO, Managers. 75 Drauwn nt hers-12 Drawn Ballots. Splendid Scheme. 27 814 Prizes. amoeoutco_ to $118,688 Tickets $2 u50-lnlves I 25-Quarters $0 63. Packages of 25 Tickets for $6f2 51, warranted to draw at least $30, and may draw the It gheso espital, a mounting to $8,11001 !! Packagce of 85 I alf 'Tickets $31 05, warratcd to draw at least $15 00. Packages of.5 Quarter Tickets $15 63 warranted to draw at least $7 5110. For packages of singleo tickets, apply at Ithe SIANAGEIIS' OFFICE, Febl8 Ill Chartres at AIIItENHEIT'S 'T'hermometers,a very beautiful article, new style,ju-t r,.e ,wed rom IEurope,and fior sale by I).\V[I) I+'.'I.T 'c Co, le13 N Y Stati cers fIlall, 2 Chartres at C-OPPVING PRESSES-Just received I doz. J Ritches' Puotent Lever C.po.g Presseo , for sale by DAVID FFLT.' cr o, fell NY S:*. :oere Ihal, 24 ('ch:lres at 53 CIN W5AItI;E Ma:culcelorv--lcvery artic:. of Tie .. rnd she crpprer wre norolnacttrced nt the short ee. nctice, anrd to a superI.iacr htve 8 t fel3 S CFS & Ce,,8 Frmnt st N 7 --On ha6 d at all timn it laorge osartment of Ti and clop er wares. Coun'ry merchants are particular.I ly isf;'itee to call. ) TO PIANTER:S-The suhs'bterr oditcor fir .le, = Mlllier's ('nun till-,ankeracker . 'oe n n hellerr, ssraw iand hider centres, and evoev oIeh r variety of arnheciz nod rrcles tiols; grain, Iissr nod go leln se , rcl ( hoeks on agiiuturre ared maunagem it of slto k; frit and ornlensnUe l Ires antI plars. C oingoe- coltsin hlg namllPs, pri,.+' and de'-<ri plieu oft,+-ih nrli: l+e for solto icgellrrh by lhp s teoorl.tler+r by eilr :l 5e Blte.r who toe appointed agents foer ihi. etaslihlhmearn. IcBc lt'IT SINe LAIR Jr ,Co.. fe9 Scleedosmtencl Iod Alunuueturers, 5U1itm.re W HIT1' LEAD & .INrlt7EID'e1L. 5'I kes pure Philadelphia ,'ehitso Lead; 50 bids. E2nelihl ,ijaoed O:1, ill casks Dlch I .Linseed Oil, fir sale by JA.RVIS & ANDREWS, Whol.nt.ae Drugreits, j-'0 cop Cam non & "l'rhopi.eolas lt 1'1321 OIL--{00 galls. Wincer Straioed Sperm i ill, ler sale by 8HALL. & MIlOWN. jalG 96 Magazine at ' jl 9OAP--300 boxes Goulds' and B hin's No. 1 Soap s S in atore forsaleby JT"I'IIAYE1K&Ca, 5 fel 74 Poydras tor t MIiI;.LA . 18 cases maneta silk Umbrellae , s large sizes, receiied Ifot ship Mersey, and to Nali by I BIIIDGE O ro, dl3 13.4 Maoazine at FOIl. OALcI'L2 A Meulatro \eoca, stoue anrd healthy, aged frons lthirts-slx to frerty yeers. Slh is a likl, ocl acrmsI deiruhle servant; go nr cock, French or English; a washer, ironer, sld semnotros--in I word, lan AUtei. can house servan. lShe is soldl because slo Ihas been insolenl Iolher i-tiee r , Appily ther Edrior uflthe True American. 3 frb7 3t J).OT'ATOES--IIl har-rel, ie storead for sale by _ _ _ CIAI.IPIiN &CIO)PE5R,fdJulia [ACKER WANTEI)D-A first rate Packer, well re. p comea.nlded f.r abily and steadieesa, will find Semp'oovents oil applicationa to B IliOW\VE lt, & c, 1t25 17 Camp at X LCOIIOL--12 carrsels loston a Labratory pnec SAloholnowhlauo rdirg from cip 'rl rcbiaes, and for oaleby JARVI1 & ANDREWS, ja10 ,or Common & Tcopitoulan ets '1 LI I'PllN<i-I case asatinet Pant-l al sos VJflanel Silrfire er rle Iy jal6 flI ILL & IIROWN .116 Magazine st r ANVA'iS F.tt IIAM1S--l60 brown rele, a fine eartilce, sralt .ie for rn-al s lls.l hall , in 4to m* and f ,or al,. e JI Tll.eYVIt & I'e, 1,I2 761':~Ia 011rE s St. S fIaeatire. I .lixth nightof the engagement of Fill Mi3SS . CLIFTON & bMR J. R. SCOTT. S hird night of YOUNG UllRlKE. THIS EVENING, FEll. 19, Will be perfonmed the Tragedy of TILE ANNE BOLEYN. percy, IMr Setnt, The I Henry 8th, Fielding. Coun Erl f Northumberland ibert, Pedr Woolsey, Froedricks, 1 Anne Boleyn, Miss Clifton, I Selina, Cowell. Gan Toconclnde with the Farce of the An REVIEW. capt Beaunard, Mr (ilhert, ,,ncev PI'Trwolter Greene, John Lamnp. Brown, Adm Grace Gaylove, lIrs Greene. Lien HE GIRAFFE and her companions, will be ex. hibited again at her former residence to-d..y, and ly for n short period, corner of St Charles and Per dido streets. IR Adtmittance 50 cents; children ani servants 25 cents. o Hourso, from IL o'clck, A M, to9 I M. each day. g The prolfieturs in collecting this rare assemblge, of have excluded all unimanls of an ordinary class. or of fe an oflfnaive chr.cter, selecting such trily an are ot jeett of intense ilterest 1to tne eOlngonity atolarge, aolld J esprcittly to the inotlligett aod moral of botts sexes. fsr felti GREAT ATTRACTION!! T At Nho. 53 Allagazne atreet, orer S. Leay's Auction Room,oppostcl Bak'"e Arcade. cle 1i R GII.I..I respectfully informs t f publi thoat con, I hecelebrated only Statue of CLEOPA TRA, Queen of Egpt, VWhith Ils Itaen exhibid o enlot of the prinipanl citie ofethe lnion, to the livlly oadmi ani n of Itco t thouantd vinitern, ,o nrrived in thIis city, lod is now n I being exhilited for a snhort timoe only, fronm 9 'c:oclr No. A fi,to 9o'elock. P M. CAdmittnoce,.50 cente; Season tickets, $1. feltt16-If. S JOHN V. CIILDS, ENGRAVER AN!) COPPEilII-PI.ATE PRINTER, N'o. 3. C(amp St. Nov V ILI. engrtve and print to order, banlc note,. bills ofrxechanng, hillR of ladilg, diplnfots, t.rctto tile and visi:it cards. notnri ,I, corseatlnrnd counting hopse stld, tor tdlae, silver wart., c. n-lwiyvson Ihand,o assortment of siler plated and braes door WV pltos. in pI' Cards printed from plates nlready eograved. ftp nov20 A COFF:EE HOUSE To Let, with n large ttoek I" of liquors, seituated in one of thI e m1t btt inees parts'of tile citr.lThe o11t¥ rentnn tilt ,roprietr hen for rsa t oltmi ito tlttt lte des not eojo gootd ihlttot. I.r bil furth r lanricularso, apply to J Kenanedy, through tie ion ,oat f().ico. f 5--itt At WASHIINGTON BALL ROOT Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philipl.treel, betcween nlyal & Ilouhrbon. r a o: .Managclr ofl he oh,,ve niateid Bell It om,tcrale fill to he friendrs and tie public fit tl e t.rthe t.I og h lllnd tiatronlage bestom.el lo him forsevernl sernons, h1 rtes pectftlly illftilrm tiem that IIle e-taflli-htllCet hoa beent etnttgel far thle a.tusemelll of visitns. anId otin h dtergone im nlcase reallir. The har will be snrpo,.=d., Sonll ill qtuality of liquor, andl the Itestttrat v ill I ( kept by the ablest Iiettturateur in th[e United States. Thto roomn will re-lapen on Satulrday oevclntg, 3rd of Novoemboer Ilxt. Iv an GRAND ID)RFeSS & MASQUIERAD)IE 1191.1., and will twke plare n usual evorv Mollda, tcWedlrs dan and Saturdtlv ovai. llg, dturin the sea.son, tvhicl, will ond on the Iet of itt.v lf.it).t N. Il Te ere.test altention will ht paid to kee'.r n itg perfiet order thrtieeghout ithe esablishmllt, o tel a ul don'- ast sea+on. t.A\V BOOKS. IP. IT QITIY Ifr fimantt. IFqtity Digest . vols, f'r,,nh ] IF English Latw I vol, I oventry & IInthes DIie-[et Svol', ('hanfvs Mnninge 11ebts I vol, ('omen t(:t - Co .raets 1 vo.Coltll t er on Itrttertfhiltliacons itlrld.ettentt 7 8. Ivols, I .l lelmnm lgnis N ttion I P liti ea l Law Inlev nI l. '| ills, IBrinkerhnreks Law of Wnr,ljinhhebuma- lnsfac v Pl Adanm on I.:ietttelltt,e Allthmtn< hltekslm. Abtor ittOl n o Snipe ine, Ansel & Ames in (otrorpoim.'ten, ontlnh Pleasutg., tHarriont Dioest 3 vols. IIo.ndn on Ir Frl.ds, Jo, onW t tO ilnient, ineri , it If I.te-1, Ketls to Commlllnttin. ivolt,. ;ow ont I'trttntrsfhit. (tl-remfe tq itet lence. St nit hh Chtnt erye Prae.i'e evole, Conklihn'. I'oettre, C s Ad ,ntraliiv DIrue-t, ForS a lehv AI.IX tNI R'I'TV4W 1, .It0ompR St. ) AISI 10S-fi boxes N111 Raiiins, to 100 I. hoxPr do do do In tl.are and for oslo lev feb9 CIIA\IPI.IN R. fOtPEt , 1 2 Iufli n st -f / FUNNY I l\(;s--5,11)1') Iitnev Iteeg iu-sre' -or d e sale bv C] A~I' LIN C\ (,tt'E R, 1 .h - 111- 1:'1) c .ls'l'kho ,,nsen Li e Iii r tie-h, in lop J o s i ft ptrchl sertso . Apf i lply ten , i,,9 i Is IIt I.AW , ill1 (iI . p tt ft tio cis 5f;\\ .1ttl. t. 1 ,.\S :a , t i- Ill1 iL .l.. W.1 1, iB IA NI:\(, A, RR1t \Nl;\ I;:NT1'. fra t 1: I o ,'nnlcr. J lt tI I ve , t DIVe Lit ,f t. f oe t r nt P. M . r-w+,elpt Suu11duy i. i. l flli' t ill t C'pl tl In ief. 8 , il A. If! NI . I. f c C Ibeletll ifr,. t ,ill bo aflt ownele theroad f onif da't' ! ie e tre CoIS notice. I hj, i1r"l , hlt o J 95 I I(' I.I)WEr.l., ILrLosidci.t CO'FT"ON CIRCUIIAI:S STC "'IjI N I'DL) ow fah I(ar Grateslt .q.rardaf/aa,, amaad in a style faaa rpasaod in NEW OIaEAa,) ora else. ari~aC. Offrlrs laof t a'of-ar; Raom in Sa. Chnrlaer E halaoaiat, (Corner' a'f Craa'ie, S.5.) aor of '1' It U E AMEl~l ICAN I' R INT' N OFF'IC'(` E, coarner ilt'avdratsand St Charles St cal, will ba promptlyl lendrd to. 1)-c. I-Il STEAM BOATr BILLS. 0 ()WNElatf, AGENTS 4, or C It a1TAINS ofat'TE.AM )OAs isM canhae threir ills slrurk oaff, ione or aore Colorad Inks, ont Pjlainp or Calorepd Pt'er, with de~spatch. oad on faorable 7'Tems, by feorao: a hair ORnrtRa oLTILUl: AMIIRIICAN OJFFICIC, corner oa Poyd I and St. Charlri strcets. Navr9-t-a TERE1\I (II.-5100 -ails. winter str·ained, sperm Soil, just receivead anad fnr stle, I jatl a LOlCKS & Ca, 8 troat L.rave SbCII IttfOXES-50 roxl; luxe njof oxena "mlll 5.) faure, far auperior Ia tiac Kaarli I, far naol by jilt S LfCKS& Co, F [ V -11 kgs, bao~a Fiaoaaraer sale ` by S LOCKE N' fa,, jan18 8 Front Leveie as Blank Cheeks, Hills of [lading, Auction Bills, Pamphlets, Show bills, Catu logues, &c. &c. lIJ'ORDERSfaa the Aboae, anal every of lr des eriplioa of 12'PIIIN lINt iU raeceived al Caaatpaing Rloom ofaTIRUE AMIERlICAN,' in ST. CHARLES En CHtANE, 3dl dlar from cGravi-r frpaOf or at are Pritintg tOffipe, rner of n 'ora- ,, and St. Chant's stfeefs. F~l~efpaire oan feataaaifaa/~ot la nda aa,l Iaa laa'Tara lact te. hes Fondl e ia n the*aa'a ' aa ita'/faa,/a' ldotefirhaaaejarf Sbeen ad led to the e/reedy rS ,ell/·rtacled Estlblilihnrent; -aaaaad tatattaatllaaa haa'ecpafPaite . .aasLo, aas Chea'p1afa, F IxpdiaaaaaaaIand a Bcauaifally,, s aaatany lacr Oltiao - anha City- a i ________ioDl- ~___ ~ ~I-~tCARDS ofI TP /INTE at laaeaaportar Noaaice, in lahe amosaa eh-aqaa 'asafaaa,aainsa ltnelaaalorCaalored'tl'as,aaaInaaaaa'r1 lad, WIh a FalauP, aa P'laai Surlafaa Cd a aaaa, oaad a PriCes ryafa reasaaaabro aL I'lTRUE. .lfli·.ItICAN 01' - FtiE, eorn -r of aafayaaaraoaaad Sa. C'hsaarles a' a &ao. at \aoev aa laaatlaatial Foaaou0 of TYPeaE hav a just bea aad faa fla It a/ Etabflihmeat. Ordera a'rsiaaal receife at Canffa lttaaoam, St. Charaa-s aExaaahanage,3rad dlaaar routaa Ganviersta.,ona cat fae I'araaaiaa lffice, aornear a'f'aayards a &/lt. Clhaarles sfreaets. saaet-Yj TO MERCIIANTS. a,' ERIitA'a't"' caaan hare a. lit, airot. Cntict SLAnt truckn ofnt afoar aourp NOTcaa, bay af/ain, of tha n('oaapliag Ioolm oj 'Itt(LE AMERIC1tAN t'aaasr~aa. OtIUtar, St. ChrlaCa EXeaaaaaae, asal/oaaiaag thC It EAr Ssan Room at Cornpr of Grnaoieoa straat, or of fhe 1l'ial P in a O/c/c aa corner Jlay'oadlaasrand At. Chaaa laafalt.reet ast AfaVANSrill be taada on yhilaaopta to I.iaer a ool, IlnvreI llaill.s '.Yaaafaa rk and I'hilaalai t by ADAMS IF a'HI'I'AI.L., - jjtl li 67 (l ruvi "r F I Al hi:\ n.\ ' 1K- lfllflflfll of daflaaPaaf quat liaja l in store anld for salet by j Itt5 AIt ltAHA TRIER, 31 Gruaaier at t UHK[-101 bills mess {.rime 1'. O , ti,, sine by U. ap GI( fatERS , 44 Nyr Lp'co C(a tI yC &CIGARS- f3 l do aaaanr green tIaa' 50lI,0ll I ttaoaaa Cigars, Iane ac froama barquaa tlaoger WVillitam, far able by JOSEPHlt COCK t'a V?, U" 'ASl, AtE Regiastarr, lar Stetamrs ,dilfrfrrent stfes _ uana saine, reigtgt linto, ttaaatortalamtla btaka lad oo,jaaranalo, and every olfher articla in aattiaaaacv1 aapae on steamboata. Any one purchasaag anylthinfg inathle toaboe an rsipt, wirllpleaae roll and esamainae lartefre it p ltashaag; alt be aold oatteraats o sauit ljarcaafaaaiaag 1-v DAVII) FlaLI & Ct', fe- N Ycrtatiaonerslail toh0 Claaraaps at d l'lSCLla MaADtlI" /INE-In' ' t . 1^P Co~lA t an ,,daaa s, orr anr'slby ISaA'AC III1 tttE.L Co'a, fe15 13.1 Slai~lJ I·. ' azi'strn t ANNXII fOAf )al1 nan aroaal-p jar - s a lI5--:It yt.ODD~ahIDtJa a;ti.aOac,,t a", Icoaaaaaaaa ta-5atills, eanrai lt dlam.. sr i,. at IJ l:cant,"'n'ina.a at.. flat eaah Ia taaIaaJa Iblacking, augle.; " l .ip Nu-aIarll' b I.,o-l' I-, It: Ia I ' I: t tl, ttlt a. ala aaia St. Charles Thieatre. Fillth night of the engagementt f the celeriatedl NlM Ati'l... At;(iUi-T.\. This Erening, February 19, Will hm perfurmled the ctehl-rated Opera o TILE PAGES OF TIlB DUKE DE VEN. DOME. rThe Dake, Mr De-nr, Count de Mlanet, Burke Perdrllo, nRusoll, Victor, a page, Mad'lie Autnsta, Eugeno, tlennie, Grand Pas soul, ' by Mad'le Ravenos An Overture by the Orchestre Previous to which the petite Conedy of NAV \L ENGAGEMENTS. Admiral Kingston, lir Fiton, Lieut Kingston, IBrownc, Short, S Cowell, lMrs Ponlifex, Mrs SIth, Mian Miortimer, Plinmer. IRRON CHESTS-lJuat reieiled at the I.ouiiana Winre Rennin,53 IHienvillc street. 1'2 perior Pin gle and doul.le fire roof iron chests, fromun e faetory of.I I, Brown, New ork, or le R Chy RN fell WAi RCARNES. S ,. BROE WN'S Patent Plafirmn Balances.-lt ro d Je rs can o eo d tl 53 Ilienvillo slreet, PoIent Plat formn ilances, superior to nay ever oerred in this eily. fell W II CAIRNI;S. run IIE firm of J D) BEIN & A COlIEN its hia duay n dilsslved by mutinnl conent. John I) iein it charged with the settlement of all nllaim egainst the It concern, and will use the name nfthe firm in liquidation only. JOItIN I. IEIN, jnu3--1839. A. COllEN. [Y TA COIIEN continlue the Cmnmisin Inluminess oin Inn individlal name, aned lifo his owa nenrb.t at h No. ;ill C(notcc stilteet. Jan :23, 1839 S I 0FI 11,-I! iharte is ilctrt. and fo ualo ale Sju17 A It fA I I 1TR 1 I't1Et,:14 I'oy ate t 'OAL.-27ti tons if lme tbet li:Eglish coian ll tll ited , I, toleot b;at tieit , tin besttortlliar nte Ar ctOOa, flta New coatte, tIr ,ale by llrtl . 11 & 511,LL, o jati IBa I'lanre 14UOOt)ttWl)t\I'l'li'anere/y tnrectrdl'l,At\lNli MA g CIII NE. PATEoTa Nuo. 15ov 18, 6. I 'l'losur rifber brin nnof Ithe lieagents of said or Woodwlarthl, hnie of anild ltahline plut Up for use. in tln miil of Aletar . lortln & iCo., in rte city of la faette,whlichtto, perso-r eon caxaminte; nl he Iotaa llnltler ofl~altlnllindl.efltr stlle, IIdIlth the lteglley Sifor disp.oaing oif i' .itiileco for nosine til tunaehinee, he i desiroll ti sell " rtet otr pntitla.es,as naty belst til she a)pplicant.. The n ai hies ttire the gre1trat ln er t hurOl'ill: Inlg dlihloe lci ' pTl int tIe, ior lPcrdiroig odil l sin thihi hit k !i- 6t ni t irs Io i at-rd fir wenther .itlio . Any person ddril otis i I 'lI flrl t. earstcall e at No. I7 l.irm1pat strPet, iheIre tIt.e stl'lIiler r-an lhe fondl. 1jn 19-- 1111 W . I IIAtIhNS. . Al i,-lN- ,) 5r atnele. :tll eighthe and 201) kreg ISu slOnI laa din truTm shit i Charleston, for sale by fi2 n J P\III'I'TNIY 1. 73 Colmpi sr N jIt 'l-II:t:.- oer reol a ilt- iltF-l P tlTIU , wt ilhl o its in ilixtr s, i ('anml ttret, ill Ille entral port of i afiirs, Iand doing now it re ity liart h sit tis, fir fit'. ii het Ii iltiteulht i pply not ia i o l a t l is paler. 15 -T I R 11 IL':,lA,-. - r-'l l ' ' I to 311 In. llualu an ed (; nghamlll ui m ,rlln° il slale Ily I feTli IS.\,' IIItI)tl, & (& , 134 Mlnogazine ot i) Af) St1it,:al al-- hltli Pmin,'iati,-r'tItti sIor SI And fcalehIc y 'I'El'I'ON , AVERY, j'2A 8 Gtiavcier Pr re T13' t11. 'O.lIll tltPI IN, or Viti.n.itude-A itole Itelb theo nethlorof the S ina Iirecoi j*st receiredt nnd f-r Il. hy A. 'It WVAIL, jell jtll 49 talipe t hts' I),VIIi FH/r & CO. IEvlr, ltli.le in -talionnr. rliadv mde, or to order put utp, at ahtrt ntlier. 1\lIivenla or retail, cash or apprtivtd credit.i,5•feb tht '11C IIEIIUFl :.'a IIR l -Thesubscrib;er o Ithve jist r "rived i lirge nsortlnenl of Ginas lt Tolnhelrs, Iteannter, Suiiapr Inlwle anld silver punch it La .ti . nod to tly ir p a . n.. iltch tlii .,r fi snaflelow. Vs, i "j· Itt Itlt tttlll" & ('o. 17 t oill n I I ONIII, N Elditiullsll t ea i llln d a ,rks conslitig Ia n leallloi of Crdliok, literary and miscellaneous, do Niit'oltI.i, Is dIhdtlienllted to onthlolon Sl', { lllrnEllnllt , 7 vols, &u 1'! steil e d, P',,mi oe,, ;! als, I In ýt" do C. n1 Jl: vl· {trtll nllllU n , I tole, dIllo (;ihh l, I . 1 • Nii I ul.e v Netllh io ir J h l 111Nor Ih, - do Nolt i l. no, by \' il li nnd, I rolP, 11.1i ,1tnloln bI S.,ari, liti of Ilitigo I, works i I t rt c ti, l tl. tti, t t'. ' n is st It' ti \\ 11 hlrK.l": \ \, r.." p ('¢linmo'ne at, lo I( tl>' id, rui, ilii."i-i lit -at of ,irn in p tl e oil i hh itmtil i tt l "s nir n o ' " E: T, t', I, 49 Cuntp s frio r t erou wo tit .I Ii h ." I, , n , Ird with p urtiruls fi r r . llo ' t .+ "lo hlg o i eol i Ir I hil'. i I ratl i r i t '4, i, s irii ot t .ltllil itt t I yI ill n t ! l ac1n I r, tU nl, lll rat ll ,' Ih.l .!It \Il II \1 Th'l· Pl: ll, 11 Iravi,.r .ll at 1 li .1 i'iPL. ilEE. . f tiubeI Isttc r, for I le r.J .1 1 IL\Im119T )\lV, iluh 7 B: ck I'laci ! A "l\' a I, lN Iis-i,,n-.s a n.w loo, i.lcerstaillng vwork, h:l rh t v ] ,pop lar nulhfr, jlu receivo cad for s .le by -- A^ - I oIA TI)W \' I, lh, ".!19 Canmp st M)l a'l'I ,'S rlind, ' it. 1 ,A~lk-keeAi g, in two Iulls, ille lot iI,.lllllnr to l (I hl c lcc r, aI rd one or ercha nts to tll b to ri h A Is er, B nn t'llt , fior dt r ehllll. i txtllnit h|: l1cout oll o h k, of w etl d a'rlripti mI lur sh'e )y " F1 .ll' & t a, eI~r 71 Y lartioawls Ihca l, i4 lcharlres c i - r - II' FF;K -IIII a lng ,s Ionstoo·n' o flne , aotdin- rom SJ bri,. 'h.efaiarr, ior . l9 by le-15 ` " J I'S' W I'I'iNl-:Y ,72('anp F SJ I-(; - I- : l hhd I r, I :ll ni non, linleitc tha' city, t"5 " 1 lcank Placine eMAY )It n 1.1) In n b EW r,.ErA . _ l6t' It 1 Iu ilE.; the. It 3i l 'ntit g ie de. retliirs to w igll J2 pIer (nt. lllor(' , v i: -In 161 Omincac \\'I ll tractI, a.ily o 'ow Slor k. ('olhlectionnnni I.Lnw blls e ltvl dedl Ill i lllnly paurl a of tie stae of Ua" . in v h 11 K i # is a t r Id Iet.l9r ,net: Mark Vhl nc E.i, li on Ogden inOlilana, Wa lhon c ,i AI.a Maesrs. (i'ripp & 11 yet l ' Ihrc fl -., ('hier, Fraum n & Kimcberl, .crw 'rleans. iel(i-9tp )l l, Irl 1Nc-\-I3) ca.cks i fine t ir looinhg Zinc,. l now i, ndlnr, IOIbr; Rt b ahaw, forsale by felit; JIciatl lI lt' 'K AYNE, 215 Giravier l tt.\ '--i S h7n:.I s'a ll. I an xclr o.ll1,, b:undc Jel. (oulll. k 'Jn ' t, arawhri Georgee R bbins ll6 i I\ it' C:lli;;; Ac,,1391Mngncine it 1II .\ 'l I' n t"n lck. fl cabeby ..... 4 i,\NliIIES & Rio's, fell 50 Cingp dlree U -t ni t''c l IthrI ia Tr min plal tatio . llr sCnl In lby ll IIEnl{iIuNE IO \IIWN & CA, 11i 9 Conti at & 4!":\V t1')i, .irtoc . I iho the i":ngiab I.taccnge, by I e Gat'1 Iaster .cladn in pltedi cvole da l as."0 y I I' at KE AN, jhe Iur Vjin1) Iiul l CoveIIrIy ota psel )I 0T VI's't , --cIitchi, I in title oreri l n inr lonr bar v ryls I i . r, i br;a. y d i'IiIO SEY. fee5 ,4 Ne". l.evie 300 300 I"l'nh.1 . I a. ccit y ni, rc', , , r . aoin bY Ix l\.lt& BION,. Il' 8 91 Atigaaine vt Ti l.-c1S.. i l.i-'i-e llo Il l ier. .ifalil ofia cIlo edtan ar ) ptccnc-, ifor v , y (On SIinPur i P& Ca 'ci'lt a N ir ' ':o onsaai ct Iansulc ljdrlotei c 10 l, ii I''l: =_' r- ar. , ilnm,- i , tt st riped, ou c /tl i lib''y ' cIiIi &l BndiicROW.i, jI l liic allnl ein e st; , AX'I'EI) -.\ 1 II will th it pi l uf101) 1,t in 2 I n ,lai o'lllllr i G.i lon , in Il.h! erage Bul ilvr cunlidey ril, fill, l me c ll i at alue tandaoI abnuell Il 'c :lhli'lc l bl ili iv \ Ilia I idc l .ig( i collilll: Ali I1NlI ' Ilt 1 ' O S I : el ll'llsul;l iill . bor, ooier for s ii w ilintyv I:blats Nf six hlndrcll ndcl airt: ,i l uaur I:i <, di n n.I. ln y ate liei i n'itn Log iA (mtire tjlit- si'll,( ":1it)lbleh ld:ind lc ted by forleiliers 1ol i trllltle.hlc b+ US-i_ dlllla nt. i. e (c. l .... " . hi i llb s Ic LEE &d CO. Tm) LET-.a y 11 two otorc dwr lli.l hlonoe, Nill6,TIr T:2; ' n cr,,t, a iier T'ivoli n rdchy, standdha bu ack liedit l it 1 th, street.h .viiig fultr rooms, well lin itll l h a I stl'y i llr ii ligyct Einsiscurnl , wiell lance fLra ,nall lanail.%? deiroui+ of living latirnd. Ad ply to J. UT. . I "c 1 (iI CII LegullltonLis. nTae Girec Ecb lttv nbilcal is closed every day at I0 a'cluek, A al--Is due wavry day nt 12, M. The Ir .r, a. .Micc is uldosd ievery day at half.pusl 10 A D7-Is dtue+ with the gruet Vastern. Mail, every day. The L,:l k .Icilb (via Covingtn, L.) in is cloed Iaevery AIdcciay. \ aVdnsdav al Sa ricday at 6o'clock, Ac M--c i!ne every "l'usclav, 'alcArnday and .iltug. day at ca n 'I. c'Ill I.,oi'l/c fr Jcirer .)'lcc is eloetld every 1-ndlu" \\cl'alht'-di. and SlIturdy, nt 8 P at -In sct ccnd rird hI y ' l tlthoa..-Arriv:ic ir! gll, tonrild lot thc .'te'an.h~o.tl %l llt hll.

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