Newspaper of True American, 2 Mart 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated 2 Mart 1839 Page 2
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I"'EXPo3L~s. `- posrip Jhn Hsle..1354b3. rttien. pe.rp hip ...k34z3e.. 14 hi cationlee. i.. " Pr ,hp KahIbridlJacson.. i 1518e his olntte. r Aquaeeuakspers..113 balm· cotton and 4' . . I. .. rqs llah'.ha 0 3?,1 e53ea. P Apolo k..307 b Ils83wo. * .ip I,.,&..97.a. olar, 499 is eollon 33653 &-,343bas3 39 h.'f dedslard, 44 brlsporrk, 13 bat'dd.orkhdd Iard, 8b tierce *33xona, (' *35fr44 dd8.ILLhkdeInca.s,35 bl. 4 17 halidospig. 3Sb341 hhd+ hems ..75 hhd. tobsaccIseo. 53358....h....h---p Kdo.. am,347 his coil.., 465 kga. '"', -- Ip0,24Ton logwnud, 76 1.1 Bour, 12 oases eordlate. 15 hhtis tob.chii. I his & calks t ter 1853ku4N4Il 35k3bhdp.h~e, bre9 leegs sq..R)U Mehp.ie .5 hi. Med es8d h3.3d.4 7..5....C3t. per brig Molv..9 hhd, 10 l d .3 h rl. ao + ' sse, fly hhde savor, 348 kegs 1 5 bats lard, 185 por3, 15 hhdelbacon, 2s1 bss. .Ifss and O blLrpae barges Maha..6 s colou and '3 hhd NH".'"blg11` roxdug..926 kits laid, 5 bib pIortal -r- r 3sT1 dS. ha, 500 pcsLaes e, 3 cases n.' Y.. or schr Van Buren--50 hill coal, 30 ploughs " 88coilsrop.,p54 ban Iron, 39 hi t bMes g..200 dry gead. asce. dyse~sm GA&VE Jim. pr hr B.ne 3snceS- bits whiskrey nd 150 do flou(Ir. fsU3J.'ards. JA OD.pr Chlp T3An..ps W riamperl potatoes, 2 i.ek "7SiI~X~ 8~ i dr gad; to ta u ly consignee. A7TAKP B:.erlah Wanaw. I7 blots lsgrta Lam.1 !: + - boh f hompson and flail & Hoill LESON..pr pshrJ Bo5on Palcke..etulrned cargo to 2undr individuals. 54AAiSA..peS .ehr 0eprcio..5 bags co34 .md smrll lot feit e.Ja..,eordie. ?,,AG DE CTIIA..per'brig Emnily Davia..1211 auks ':1" - rch t Condsrfu k co & order. LETN.porachr John ,pa·Oorl..SLI tea rice, 252 brl· trr, t 19 oaerota to ardor. :APKAA..per schr Convent-166 hhde sugar 4 30 brlr molasse, owners on board,. RECEiPTS OF I'ROI)UCE. lftdakitoee...per steame Houmi..429 bales cotton, B iui& no; 2ido Cl'oledhio; 5do Prsest, Jn. & co; +i' d Pbyroow, ArIlnil a eo; 61 di Limbitl & Thoeipsoi; *3WdVal ivodheni; 47 do A LadoenO on; 70do Oeiueo, *.flhlla co; 52 de T Bt Lee k o; 5 (ko lenW Ookey kc; £i.Yo' k Br; 15d, L Lroorpenter; 2 lbi rwhiskey W OwnO, l jf hali roaIpt niooon. st .R· hive.. per nteaber Swisisnay.. 1 bales i.nmin A fe. Vvdln995de o i lloyr &ie l;do W LiGry.llu3do t ol hub *Thenitie; 98 do C Tebdse; 3Iiuo Benolntt, Fprrid;y nto Ildol BSate; 44 d Conor0 Gridley; 34 do Alljoi mo i, 4 do iJ A Leovricjk. ,.; ldo JAor.ur, 809 do ." Rlikntbn. Abernathy & Halntr 132 dry hides, doner o, heard R nLCarla. Ta -per stenmer Smaller.. 2 ba;les cotoni N & J * M ot D ; 29 do Barkt.Viuy.,; 4 do Lynoim, lorri *it4 obaon & Geneh; 30 dno N4 i Dick 4 no; 63 do 4.2edIio oWond 4 Oinnoti; 49 hloids tobaco. Prie. .,hbnmw o; :4;7 doFornyth & Limejrick; lI doJ 4 D Fer ýrenrArmnueuil mdoe YeutemL4 co; I trllkiFlroan. Bilr4. e, pkp sL c andlle It L Koy; 30 be teobcro IC Huey; Il.gUo bn W n Steart; 64 bale. .otton, £3 brig flour, aid S8`Wh blr If. le, ,uerb on r I, rd. · Iu .4on oi;.Isar instr RodBiy..02R bes cotton Lambeii .f.0aip..per sltener Davy Cirolit. .,49 his cotton C Tole .dl9 15U duo J Iiehhe.., co 'n 8do Pyn,,,,x Arcinl &i co, l)d Atloirrn & co. 25 do W Flwoer, 2 do T Ieirritl, 15do Lanbeth & Thiipvon. I hale tobin cobA o ivnrd & a 1 n. Mobiun..pir gtoinmor Foleeli.. .2n0 b1 c,1 onni BIr, Brown At cot 40 doeStreenso lorbeb; 1 IHen 4" Illtrk Berkner, Strnioo 4 c; n ibidi od Walker, Knoight & co; loof un drie I Lynn; Obundles .cotto .sIaple Ltorldie. Sinnomir Amboridolr, Jani;, from Louirviloe. Lourille..perniunir Ambasbudur..U 8ln jl R Jackmrn, 100 brll fleor A L Addliin. ice brim do G Birchanain A to, 100 bi* do 21 do ggls Van·l,.£i,349 keg. laed A S uruengeo, fl alrnk 316 begs and a lot to bulk oil coei J Dronoh; ii hhde nlaon Comitock, Hyde 4 co; w1 brol.os. pork, ia do joi0.i5 do hsrd 2 do rumpollAdaoms &Wiianll. 300 sheep &r horse .tt'adn on board; 2O dom chircken & 12 do Lurkby, owner on 'boad;i 5bl cottn flonder; McKeeinn Ar Wriglt; ti do J Goo dlii 29 do L.Lane; 29 do Marti.Pie..oPle 4 co; 2 do W 91 * SoIl.hdo Ulnrd k Biuren; S1doeI' B 114t;'7 doulane; Fon Vn lSno;40 lOdoiAdm. & W bilc!l; 33dldlHbson & iooIh; / IdnLynn..riisen e. PASSENGERS. mgmpbe..pnriloammer Diavy Crckit-21iin, MeLenn, P No # 1 4nnrvaniL HU iuro. E Tnlle., i IolMe'y, 1V iI L Dodun, I l Minly, H Golfiey, IT Foed, Beil, Nicb . dAiA A Caibra", F Pi riyroe Amncndrio..peleontmr Rodney..M91nra Yruhy I.rtnvey, Ubd by, Doerfou, Rlgier. Fady. Williol, Jihnlneon, Foder. Linjiwle..per sumonir Ambrbridor.. MAton. CEroiTiEn ` Iachltichn..per steaner Holinw..Budumoe Rymond & M >!ap ,Aloun, Godfrey, oilt Weedir, Colliei. Rierl, v W EdI .,Col Willis, P ielltnon, L Ceno, l Vnllry W Ohn GO Gaia. iD Thomns. iPotlter., r. (iriffon, 11,110, Rgan, NeAlpin, Littls, IHuningtoo, MBteyor, PFrk., Bell, ainl4. Hater, Carr. had iBir..periteamer Swiss noy..Me. Hicokon, Miii lckoiy. Mro Hnrrido. Mrs Williinmon, Mr. Gony, Alien.r Eblruooiiukmen, Grey. Green, Wllilliaumn. Goidy, Dunn, nEdiors nriig, Fiusui.o, IBeocon, Jacksrbi, Ci, E -- uoo Loid, Wright, lilentou. Perkin. Baidwin, Tens-per staumr hlnolir..9Bn.ri Covingoen, a, Red, BakeXr. Gaines, Ryan. Laone, Durell, Wil * 11d.'ldEdwnr, Mcue~, Doebity, Rome, Hiii, Alileo,'l'hoip. , OIUmn, Diavis, Ftieio.ii, Wtson, Moort, Buchanan, l4ori' lsohard, Braldbury, Read, Milier. Myrer, Copt Bli.£ of shr ip Bolivar, .MEMORANDA? I * `Gitinlr9iin report lshlis Eliza Anne, Pirdonti . Alleecro ' to sail sn S days fo this pent, ship Russell, diiehar. l netannmirlfmn ihn tke.lsr fji.n., in thQeingi of 4 tllw lhad nr chlimney blow down, ,. other injury MOBILE, Wed ayr e gll Plrr . 27. ~i4f4yNEw i, MBflliET, &ol -Wi bear o uf bt few .14mmi tio0u today in the colton OrorkIt-iol excoeld ho~g bles have blen liken. P'ulre;hrori do, Ilot ` Ln inclined itobdae freely ii tihe groiig rin. The 1 ý4.1obiekonans e ii daily rnmoulerink I. lit teiglet, we oni lftilnninierih ongogenlohii ollve born alnlds fir vei * ; 1l Iobd'for New York lt Ic., if disehrio~ged there, or pr eed froni tienli to Litorpeol, ill 13 l61., if re 2ks ohippern. Iiodoo44 BCOOCgrlly, n dull in NEIV lOREi MONEY 31A POKET, &c. Febrinro IS. U TaMtcgkmarket leo-dy hIa Ilneeniyl lirill:r oria · ill, that of Seirirdr eitllher ii the business traioslicd or lie pricei oibtaied, r0 quite uniffected Iy tlhe r'ecent aiovisrs uaand. ,iilei wre node of U irlonlieBnk at ry toan 112; c!aoei &. Ileioii 79 eg 88 - o; Harlem Iloilronl 5l 1-2 . - ~hwk ti nd at70. 70 ale B ofefpeiceouTron . ..e p4 ut ironing fr Lirripnol to-mnrmw lonbukinen in Sterlini Errhanng lon again rte at about thle previou laten, any 8I-Sa3 coit premoium cotnto aod door ikeic tId-dlny, inflrenoed by " tof ihe (heat Weotern's andir, Inve nlon Iy inattino, no rnbin of either article, of aiiy loaing trarspired, ned oppetnntrn appenrilng tojuucuno foe the presrenr. rII theoloerieniuf jpIh, we can only reniork 1h01 holderl remaein n; d'irir anking rnteo, previoui 10 the plreoient - rh&Enquiror. FOR BOSTON. The fast sailing coirpored brig LIMA, iipt. I nert r4asn, harvig rhe grear r portion or bSc~Srgolsooge1,d will have drejrttrh. For ,t # F*1jr llll Y, 73Camp it " ~, t hcket othe tIth March. aw. Nets York Line. pI r ~fat siling co perinstened gldiiJULGEE, LE\YI'C'I m~s SvrR sabshve. For (right or pan neat aeceomonodtiooe, atrly to the bs'leitoeotleVereoshle ortor to A UOHPEN, 90 Comrrosn et o ` c eltl r r drwn teototrt of the Louis 9 Ike lC1S 9 ' I2i80t71t3 28 23 5 "D WN THiIS DAY. ` `. i PRIZE $18.000 aatk'vlbl90O e. Tiekz etoly Fire Dollars. _$.4,A LOTTERY. Lgiature.Chaler X.III, cih oNo. 9, tor 1039, to be 4189, a o'clock, P Ca:c 13usesnoru'o YA2'Et N LLAD iCIIE61>r, tsoouutirg to *10992 50-ioU oder $125:.-Qekmgas oi R 'ytn,. orlgtsl9 ertrtrr I ChAts A~tes . frh Oe er r -.-An tin' ar teMisr to lit t price, SATUIIIl) Y M. Ca '2, 1839. CLAY'S/" Speech on Abolition. Recently delivered in the Senate of the United States. For sale at the Counting Room of the True American Office, St. Charles Exchange, by the dozen or single copy. __ B T.a Bsas ..TIhe hill introduced into the lower Hea by r Mr. Leokati, relieving the Banks from the eonseqoenes of the forfeiture of their charters, arising from their suspension of specie paymene, came up for eonsideratio in the Senate yesterday. The following proviso was attached to one of the sections ofthe hilt,: " Provided that 'this act shall not be construed as a relin quishment on the pet ofthe Legislature of any power and au thority which it now has constitutionally aid legally to impose r restrictionse on said Batks." I Tiu proieso ofbthe Senate goes virtully to defeat the bill introduced by Mr. Loekott; and from what we can learn, that hody will not recedo from the position they have easrmed, unless indeed they might be induced to pass a bill of indemlni ty in connection with a law ntlloriing Free Bnnking. This I we know the friends of Free Banking in the eigslature are I willins to cceptor to proplose by way of compromise. We now say to the opponents of Free Banking, in the way of con ciliation, come forward td exert your nluence to effect the passage of the bill for which we are contending, and our fiendts will hooetily unite in supporting the measure by which the banhing institutions of title city can be restored to the powers they ponsessed previously to the forfeiture of their tchatcrs. Divide thte privilegesyou enjoy with the eommuni ty t large, and let all be idaced upon the bhasis of a fair and honorable competition. To the Legilature we now eonfdently for that justice whih the people of other States of thit Union have asked and promptly received..To the friends of Free Ianking we say, never caoet to reetore the banks to the position they onu pied before the forfeiture, until the community be allowed the only eRfctuol antid.te against their laleful influence. FIIEE BANKING. It seems to me ttht,the overwhelming competition of thteefnree lttkitg veotlet, on te Ite rgl snle cintempla tel. will crn thblte present bnske, sl greatly reduce the value ofntock in them. MlascAtoR, in the Bee of yesterday. Aye, this is the rub, people of Louisiana! l'he present hanks not content with the immunities they have enjoyed at your expense, wishyou to continue in your former good will towards them and heene their feats that you will open the flood gates of competition Ipon them. They know; that, by the throwing open of Banking, they will be confined to their proper spheres, the spheree they promised to keep in when you gave them existence through your representatives. The cotpetition of the free boonking Esstem will not crush them, but it will crush Iheir I;opes of controlling the trado of the community, of reaping where they have not snwn, of mnkit g dividends of ten and twenty and thirty per cent per annum, at the expense cf the con smiecr. The Banks feel that their usurped power is about to be taken from them. They have ridden over you. people of Louisiana, long enough, with the rough shoes of tyranny. If the present Legislature should obey the dictation of them, it will be your duty at the next election to make free banking the test question, and to send representatives who will obey you. The spirit of the age is averse from the denomitnation of feud altsm, nrany of its remains. They who argue that Banking ought to be restricted, would, if the light of the nge did not forbid; urge, that trade in cotto,in sugar or any other article of commerce, ought to be nrsoed in swaddling clothes too; ought to be taken under the care of th interested few. " Money is n ecmmodity," is a truth that is becoming to be generally known, and the people are calling out for free trade in it, under such restrictions as the good of society, and not the interret of the State Ba..e shall dictate. The editors and the correspondent of the Bee ill taking ground sagaist freeing the community foam the nnjostdcminion of acliqe of sixteen banks, and bringing them. back to their proper orbits whence they have wandered, olly add another proof to the old adage, that" iower will always find bonded kne,,." It remains for the free voters of this State to put an end to a power that ought not to exist in n free rommunity, and when that is done, its advocates will Ibe shamed into an abandonnment of their syc ophanttc course. Lettlho question go before the people, and our word for it, they will decide in fvor of free bnnking, forsf is a measure that will encrocnh not upon theetights of any ex iating institutions, while it will restore to the public their fill privileges which have hitherto Ieen invaded by the hanks themselves. NAsHVILLE RAIL RoAD.-Theo House of Ropreson tatives, contrary to public expectation, has shown ade. tided disposition to give this work of improvement the go-by. A more reasonable proposition then that re jected,asking a Joan of one inillion in State hands, with ample security, could not have been made. This was offered as a substitutse for the original bill, providing for tile State taking $:,00011O,00 of stock. The original hill is still in the louse. For our own part we do not think it would be an ntIwise measure for the Stalte to adopt it, but we should have prefbrrotr the substituot. However our anxiety is that the Rold should progress. B3y lending its credit to the Company the State would run no risk, and if there should he a failure to comply with the compact, tile State mlight then beeomle the chief stockholder. But we do not believe this necessity would hbave been forced upope the State. All that was required was to raise upon the credit of the State a suf ficient sum to enable the company to progress with the work until tile situation of tite country would enable the stockholders to pay up the calls upon thaeir atock, and take such nmeasures as would insure the completion of the road. We do not see any enllrnstion now but to revive tilesubsti tuts in tlls h'enate, or to pass Il te ill befors te tIlouse, au thorizing Ihe nOlbseripliOnn to $3,001,OOt of10 eok on the part of the State-or whatever amount miay Ie dasmed adequate. Louisinl awtra it It tnarself not to permit this nagnirenllt undertaking to full through. by tie neglect of her .Legislaturs or the wanton oppositia. of inlldivildutl mlebers. We have heen Iototnished to Ieer that the Ruoanhad sreret enemies, who will do all in their power to prostrate the enterprising compsrny, who have done so much to nadvance it. Let not in dividual pique and resentment crush so imporltat a pabli Trte LetstosrAsAN yesterety held forth in a most learned manner upon the "strong couater current agaitnt aoblrionu," which it says "has began to rise amnolgit lthe flederalists," by which title the WVhigs are designated. I n l is atrti,:l of the " Theban" who presides over stil destinies of that Loeofioo organ, Eli Moore, of New York, is compared toI ir. Clay. Credat Judruos ! nly hear him: " We have sot yet perused it, (hl r. Moore's sleech,) but aware that Moore is a mant of genius a.d conusiderable eruditio, we doubt not It is speech will bear comparison with any that has been pronounced in Congress on the same subject, and oe mean Iin ol(ensiv ecomparison, when we pi5edict that in the essential ingredients of knowledge aud true elo quneen, it will be fimd not inlferior to the speech of Mr. Cloy." Ye*, anil your prediction will just nlout as nearly approach reality, as those of any other wiseacro talking at random. But the L5ouisianian complains that Mr. lMoore's spelecih had no elfect-was not talk ed about, auid is not complimented, because lie is a loco faco. It excited no snrprine. This would not have been the case if it had blen " not a whit inferior to the speech of Mr. Clay." It would then have been a stretch of sttaesltnashlp and of eloquence of which Mr. Eli Moore never dreamed. We cannot but he amused at tihe generous liberality of the Louisianiano lie says Mr. Clay "is welcome to all the good it (his siwechll) can do him, as an effort to popularise himself at the soeeh. The men of the South have seen too many of thele things to he taken by surprise on this occasion, and we freely and cheerfiully grant (what heretof ire we have not been very sure of) that Mr. Clay, the owner of slaves, and an in habitant of a slave State, is not only not an abolitionist, but has made anr able speech in opposition to the doc trinesand praetiees of the sect." Theiasinistlem con veyed in this extpat, is of a plea with the disingenu uousnes, to call:it by ao harsher name,which eharaerer inss the Globe and all " the little dogs" that bark for the qdministration. With a perfect knowledge that Mr. Clay has always repsJ ted abolitionisat-that he has deproated it, and cplfharges alleged against him, that hewaasfriendly to the doctrines, they have yetaf fected to believe himn an abolitionist at heart, if not an open and avowed ones. The whole whig parony have been assailed time and again, and taunted with the tluirtofabolitionivi, aml when the assaults are repelled and th nssai'ants driven back, the liberals of the Tory press admit that there are some federa'istas who are op posed to allltionisal, and their opposition is called a "counter ourean,," which has suddenly set in, to de prits tIe toeries, wh am the Simon Plrae-nti.sholition ists, of the credit which is due to tlhir feedighat and pat !iotism ! The Louisieania yields the point that Mr Clay is not an abolitioaist iath great renlutance and with a bad grace. But patlicno swora, of Eli Mtloore, in enmparison with Mr. Clay. There is one litlea retmark of the LouisiA w hinl ination o+ artin Van BL minlster to lntgleid t Orsince I has found leen fAooihl to be a stimrellvue proper" doctrinet Have a care! Mr. Calhoun is very unerttain. Don't praise him too much-it may all come up in juidgment against you. An ACT AUTHORIMING AN .MISSION1 OF t onDs tOF THY. STATE to the City of New Orleans. An oct with the above title has been introduced into the Legic. Intrne. It provides, for the emission of state bonds, bearing 5 per cent, payable semi annually, the princi pal payable in 25 years from the date, to be distributed in the following monier to the three municipali;iee-to Municipality No. 1, not exceeding $600,000-to No.2 $ 00,000 and to No 3, $300,000--the bonds to be ipsued within two years trom the act becoming a law. The Munic:ipalities are required to deliver to the Treeau rnr an equal amount of their Bonds, bearing an interest of 6 per cent, payable in like manner with the interest on the State Bonds. They are also required previons to the exchange of holls, to authorize the issue of the bonds to be given to timhe state, by ordinance, and to ea tablish a inking fund in the Union or Citizens' Bank, orouch other Bank as the Legislature may direct, the sinking fund to he an annual deposit of a portion of the revenue arising from Levee duties, on which the Banks are reqnired to allow 5 per cent interest, sufficient at the end otlhe period the Bonds Ihave to runl, to pay them itf. If time muniipelities do not demand the whole of the bonds authorized to be issued, they are permited to redneue their deposite in the sinking fund to the proportion of the bonds issued. The right is granted to iuvest any surplus nonerys in the sinking found inl any stock oftbhe banking companies of the state, making annual dividends of seven per cent and upwards; and discount with such surplus moneys notes receivable belonging to sech municipality, at a rate of not lers than 8 per sent. 4 'fits eotncile are restricted from issuing any bonds for the purpose of borrowing d money, having longer than one year to run, without au tliority from the Legislature; thtey are also debarred from emsmrsing or gnaranteeing any bond or other obli Sgation for any ineorporated company, association or " individual; nor.ane they allowed to be iritereted inl any d anner.directly or indireltly, in the responsibility or undertakigs ofuchll companies, associatiuns, or indi viduals, withllout sanction of nla v. These restrictions are not to apply to promissory notes necessary to the S public interest, to einst, and resulting from tile exer rise of any legal authority vested in the counecils Thie bonds are to be made in favor of thefaunicipality to which they may be irsued, transferable'by endorsement r shall have the interest eoupons onn.xed to which the y State treasurer shall affix his initials, for which the shall n receive 25 cents per bond. The honds are each to be ir $480 if payable in tihe lawful money of the U. S., at a the Treasurer's office. A100 if payable in London, or 2 F2.550, if payable in Paris-thle coupons to correspond. The municipalities are to pay all charges, expenses ios by difference ofexchnge, resulting from payment of interest and principal elsewhere than et the Treasu t rer' office. Tlteplace ofpaymlent ofprincipnl and inter est to be fixed by each municipality. Tile Bonds of tilhe municipalities, to be exchanged for state habonds, and not to be for less than $25,100 each. The Councils have to tanmtit a detailed statoment of the sinktmg und which shall have keen examined and certified e by thie Mayor, on the 2nd Monday of Januaryof each year. I We have given a Cril and neenrate s)nopsis of ite bill, whlieh so far as we can learn, Ians tot with gener te al approbation. Its passage, will he highly advanta. geous to the city. The State will feel amply secured, in te loaning its btnads to thie city, and receive therefor, a ho nus of one per cent interest, which in 25 years will tt amount toon very handsome Ulln. The city will create f asninkinglund from her revenure, which, the interest t being compounded, will enable ber to pay to the state this bonus, besides the additional interest mid C principal, withoutfeeling the transaction. We believe thit tile hill will be suttiported iy tile whole city dele goation, anld no doubt exists of its becoming tlaw. It C.tsTE...Tllis most oewitching denoeune andl actrtes who haseergraced thte Son Carlos, has arrived, and i ill the en joyment of fine health and spirits. With the mert beautiful conception of the characters she undertakes, she delineates them with a faithfulnel and a brillianey we have not seen parlleled.But oaught laudatory from us would be supereroa. tiolt. Wherever she appean, she command adtmiration. She Seommences her engagement on Meday evening, in one of ser new pieces, in which she has a speaking part, and to which she gives all of her pathos and power. If t. Malry'e Evedoes d /ot prove a favor drama with tite drama, iit the euialsc netillg of Celeste, then onr Eastern cotemporariae, have no taste, or our audience canneot appreciate the beautiful and interesting. THea PRECARIOUSNESS OF THE PRItNTING a IIbNES. There are no persons engaged in any species of busi ness, who are so much imposed ulpon0 s ai printer. The nature of hit occupation is precarious. lie has his capital and labor scattered over the whole country and throughout the community, in small sums, which to the debtor seem triling, and of no importance, but which aggregated, would make not only a handsome amount, but sufficieut to defray the expense which has been undergone, and return a competent remune.ra tion. It in the extreme difliculty ofnmaking collections, that renders tilo printer's life one of toil and anxie ty, and plants many a thorn Irn his path. Melcn do not seem to think they owe hitm any obligation for the in vestment of his capital, the labor of his bead and handds, and the risk lte runs of never being paid, for their entertainmtnt and inatructlon. What would the world be without a newspaper? It would return to savage ist anld the brlbarous age would be revived. It would iodoed be "without a su0." What is the remedy for tills state of things? It lies with the community of printers, btut cannot be enlorced by any individual. So far as we can,w shall coatribute to its amendment, and we are wilting to unite an i co. operate with the fraternity who can obviate such dliii cultiesin ftnlure, as daily arise, anttd open the eyes of men to their indebtedness to to the printer. Tihe remedy in this. Send no paper to any individual who hesitates to pay Ii account wlhen it is presented, and to none if a stranger, who does not lpay in advance. This is tile only correct rule, and we are confidnt that it it tle on ly one which will operate successfully. An account was fresented to a friend the other day: I What!" ihe exclaimed, "do I not subscribe for and patronlze Gib son's paper; surely he deon' repert me to pay for it." And such is the genertl feelieg, meo te year hlas roll ed rountad and the paper teen road. It i neceassary tat the printer shoubl make a close calclnation of his income. His bIuinens requires rea dy and active capital. It is ruinous to him to pay nnt heavy drafts weekly, having only • miserable pittance coming in, from sums which if pun:luttlly returned wouli retler him easy and comfortaidl. It ia like the flow from i divided artery which soon exhausts the heart, to which the veins cannot bring a suaffcient suop ply, 'ITbere is another prneliple which i~ generally adopt ed by prinlers, would tend to imnprove their interests. Weallude to the publication of the names of those who have swindled them out of their earnings of Ihonest in dustry and enterprine. Titls tee have determlined in future, to do. The worldl .etall know the impositions to which we are daily subjected and who the individu als are, whllm printers shoold most datulously avoid. f Among the names to which we shall feel bound to give publicity, it they are fount mtuch longer in our botrjs, is a high functionary of Texas, whose a :ne of justice should have turned tile iouth of his purse in this direction, long ere tCis time; and a lawyer, who has not much Imolre than broken groun I there, that left this city in our debt, which lie very well knows was not the under standing, when he ordered the articles for which he is indebted. J. Fullon owes us for printing concert bills, ticket-, advertising, &c. which Ie sloped of without p iyiog, although be made troney by his concert. C. J. Iladdertmann, A. Al. who lies gone off in our debt brought us letters of intraduetioun, and oeod our name by way of reference, as to his quanlification, for conducting the Loulmina Institute, which lie advertised to open in the basement of the Methodist Church, on the corner of Peydras and Carondelet streets, lie is a soi dislant "graduate of Mao of the most celebrated Universities of Europ;" but he went away without git ing us the slightest inmatimation of such intention, or hint. ing that he ever would liquidste Iis account. There arosahers who will see their names in publie, if they do not come forward and satisfy us either of their intention topsyor by discharging the atmount. Some idea may be formed of the precariousess of the printing bsaincess, when we say our expenses do not fall shabort of $40,000 perannum, anid are to be made up from accounts of from one dotlar upwarde-hut ramely reaching one hund red. These are scattered in every direction, and are ex reedingly difficult to be gathered in. The obvious ne. cessity of adopting measures which would convince those Indebted to us of the propriety of acknowledging the obligation, has prompted us to commence the course whlich we have declared to be our future guide, and whielhwe shall mat rigidly porsue. THI CLBRKSHIP CASE. On the 20th February, ,the Supreme Court of the United States decided thktlutdge Lawrence Ikq the rgal right of removinglnna e s a aind a tt i. throp iuhis place. I'il their deciscton, vta In n Aloft Corrt enpro a li 0ir.Iogtc that the law *49 rinana a ith itlty of the , it was rumored in Waashingten thalt'Mr. :Mindeville Marigan had rbeeno ppejited in the plae ' John H' Holland, Easq, UI 8lMaskhall for this mate.. Final the Louiav a.uaatte, of the 22d, we earn that J the Legllatrre of Kentucky rejecterd the S. C. tinil Rnoad BanU k il'hy a vote 49 to 49, nar was to adjourn on the 23d ult. Front the same paper we take the l;,I lowing prices. Baeon Itams 12 1-2; hogsround from wagons 8. Beef, mesn $12 per bbl. Prime $9. Cotont,Tenn. 14a15. Misa. & La. 17. Coffe, Havana, 14a14 1-2; Rio 13 1.2. Candles, sperm 39a40; mould 15; dipt 10all. Flour 6 25a6 75. Fish. No. 3 Mackerel $13. Lart, 8a8 1.2 from wagons. Stgar,hmron, 7 I-2a8; loaf No. 4. 17a17 1-2. Havea na white 18. Whiskey; common, 38; rectified 41. fMr. Clayton makes his ascension from the Gas Works to-morrow. See his advertisement. Of course the city will turn out on the oeession. air. C. W. Hunt, the Comedian, late of tihe Mobile Theatre, is in our city, on his way to Natchelt atnd Vicksburg, where will he warmly received. The Arkansas Gazette of the 20th says, the river is low andl falling. Tile Ambassador, arrived yesterday from thie Ohio river, reports 7 feet water on Cunmerlanil bar, and 5 feet at Pittsburgh. She left Louisville on the 2Iet. FIRE.-We Learn from the Courier of last evening; that a fire broke out yesterday morning about 2 o'clock, in the bakery ofMr. Palmer near the Free Port Stores, which at one time threatened the destruction of the whole block. It was happily arrested before mtuch damage was sustained. Tihe Boaton Courier of the 18th says : Bouxonar TROUB.LEs.-A passenger in thie Eastern Stage reports that nn express arrived at Augnsta, at2 o'ulonk, on Friday, bringing intelligence tlat the land Agent, Mr. Melntyre, tosether withl seven men, had been taken ond committed to Frederickton jail. lie further states that great excitement prevailed at Angus en, and tht timh Governor had ealled the Execrtive Council together in half an hour after the express ar rived. The Whig and Courier of Bangor, Maine, underdate of the 14th February remairks: Hastings Stricklano, Esq. the ShLeriff of thit county has passed through this iay on his way to Augusta, having left the Aroo-tock Itveryesterday noon. IDar. ing heis short stophere, we learn, that the expedition reached the mouth of the Little Madawoask, lost 'Tues day night and encamped themre. Mr. lcItntyre, tihe iLand Agent, with Gustavus Cushman. Esq. of this city, went down the river a few miles in company with Ebe nezer Webster, Eaq. of Orono, and Mr. Pillsbury of tbis t city, who were engaged in clearing out the Aroostook Falleand had nothing to tio with the expedition, rnd put up at a Mr. Fitzherhrrt's aboult thre miles this side of the line. In the eourse ofthe night, an arored party of about 50 men eame over from the Tombiqnue seltlement and captured all these persons and took themn over the line to the St. Johns River, where it was understood hery ad about 300 aen, untder arms. Ill the eourse of time f night, the party enoamped at the moutb ot thie little MndnwMask were nnprizedr of tihe capture of Mr. M'l-. tyre, and immedliately despratched four men helonging tothe Old Town company, to reconnoitre, who were also captured. The expedition having driven offnalil the trespassers, had returned to tie mnouth of tho Sr. (Croix. Near h Beaver brook they found a crew of thiteen trepasseers who fired upon them and fled. Mr. Strickland's horse was woundeu, bt not danerously. Tile trespassers ere 'pursued and five of thea token and six horses, whichtare expected here day after to-morrow. 1cr. Striekland says fnrther, that the rmn. wb;t.h the men have at the Tombique settlemnent; belong tro the Government of New Brunswick, anl that a military force was on the marelh to from Frederiokton. A large amount of timber was found cnt on tile Ar oostook river, and the trespassers who had been driven eoff. and are now in arms at the month of the river, de clare their intention of returning as soon an our Ibrce is e withldrawn. An eehnange paper anys: FIrTIETH AoNIVERItSARY of lire forenar:on oftlio gov. ernmontof the Unitedr Statev, illedr tile irose- lltonsti tittion, will Ie on tire fourth of March next. ourght ait not to be conunemorrted it some apprrpriute iIn-. ner. The Quebec Gazette rof Febrrrrry Gth snva that strongr pprelrenosior are felt least the eIoans of elrbinl eonce along tile south shore r,f tile Sr. Lawrenerrre,low trohec srhould prove insuffiierot fr tilre errprrartieue. Aho ute6tI rmilier , in eorrr t ence, Ihave e niigereeld frr m n iliviere Onelte to Madawas'ka. t MELANCHOLY.-Thre dwelling of iMr. P:. It. l.m plhere, of Dix, Chemong corrnty, N. V. woa burnedl n Iw Sdays since and his oily child, a boy of tenor years old was eonsunmpeii in it. The mercury was 20 degreees berlow zero in Qurece on tihe 4th inst. The snow in the woods was3 f(et sleoep; in the field 2. i- 'le New York L"xpress .rroy: We nregratified to learn that the chair of the Clhancel lorship of the Univer-ity of this citye, left vacant by the resignation of tile Rev. Dr. ulatbrws, is likely soon to hIe filled by n distinnguished citzren a' Now Jerry, tile. h Hon. 'l'lrvolore Frelingherysen. W'e rrndetle rrl tlhat the appointmert has reen retendered to him by the council, and that he has signified his willilgngess to ac cept. In )etberoit, re are ro095 elhiren, between tile nge of 5 and 16; 7 dlistrict schools; O prblic choolsr, besildcs Sa number of paivante schools. CITY BANK, New Orleans. March 1, 1838. , l111E hoard of Directors ofl thislntinttiin, have this ilay declared a dividend ofl otr er celt on the capital tlhereof, payable to the stockholders, r thlleir Slegal representatives, on orafter Molayv tihe lile inst. m'! I J .PhI.FItEY, Cushi,ir. t MAVYJRALTYl OF NEW ORI.KANS. IHE prlce o Irisoh flour to-day is $7 511 perbarrel according to the tariff; the bakers shall give du. ing the enouing weak (from Molday h25lh ist.) 37 uo. tee of bread for a ht. Bread of the secoIl quality is required to weigh ,5 per cent. more. vii: 464 ojuelc. mar2 C UENOIS,Olayor. )KINTING INK .30 kegs French printin. inhk,just received, for sole by E JOIINs & o, S tn2 a 2w corner Cmmon & S St Chtrles st GEORGE C. CHILDS, ATTOIRNI AT LAW, W ILl. attend thel Slupreme Court, nnd thie istricl Courts,of lHarrisburg,and some of Ite 0djaLcent e counties-OfUlce at the City of Hostnti. Claims on the government, eitheorhnr Dlonity Linn iior money, will be undertakihn and promptly ttenlded to either for non residents or residents of'l'exac. Address from the United States-City of Houston. to the care of . Ricker, jr. (Texas Post Olfice Agent.) New Orleais. 3ant 01cr 2 jLANK BOOKRS-Jusetreceived from New It rk, at 24 Cllartes at, a very extensiie assortment of account books, viz--eap, delliy, medium, royal and super royal ledcgers,jouraiIs, letter, safcc11d ndloice hoobks, bound in every variety of forml, also ilote amil bill books, receipts, echa;nge, bills lading by time quire t ream &c. Books made to order at short notice, printing nearly and accurately executed at I) FELT & Co, tIil N Y stationers hall

N EW Ilol)KS-T'l'e HuagenIs by James. in 2 vols. c Keith's demonslration of the truth of the Chris linn religion with rnourrcc engrevings. The Diiy ofn nlate Lodlon pbviician in 3 vol. Also a new sapply oa Maria Edgeworth"' works Hoanah Moore's Memoirs Pearson on the cred--Burnett on the 39 artic'es Enfield's history of pltilosnophy 'Tucker's light of nature, &c &v Received and for sale by A TOWAR, 1112 49Caplllet Drawing of tile Grand State Iotterv Class N. 515744 3 22 6916 7 7 33 61 4 Tills DAY. 20,0001 Capital Prize, Tlckets only $5,00 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. LASS 18, Autholrisod 1,y tl I.egilitire of thel C State. Tobe drawn Tis Day Marcal 2, 183!), t at 6 o'clock, P. MI. at Bisbop's Hitel. SS DAVIS &CO, Manaogers. 75 Drawn numnbers-12 Drawn Ballots. Splendid Scheme. 278314 Prizes. amounting to $235,590 Tickets $5 0lhillalves 2 50--Quarters $1 85. S Packages of 5 Tickets for $125 woarrante to draw at least $60, end atiy draw time i gliect capital, a mounting to $t1l,00!! Packagesn of 15 Ilalf Tickets $62,50 warranted to draw ail east $30 01). Packages r of 5 Quarter Tickets $31 25 warranted to draw at least $15. SFor pacekages of single tickets, apply .t tIe MANAGERS' OFFICE, 16 Chartres ast, alat the corner orSt Louis and Citer tree st. stiloa2 SALAGA INK-Sweet Malaga wmin iIn casks i for ale by ILEAD & BARSTlt)W, m 2 7 Bantik place PORTERa & BROWN .TOUT--Aidnubg Iromt ship Washington from London, for sale by tnit READ & BARSTOW, 7 Bank plance NEVW:W)KS-The Hsgtaot, a lal of the Frenbch Protestatnts by the authoar of Rlchlici, the gypsy', the robbe r, Attila, &, in 2 2ols. Demonstrati6a of the truth of tle Christian r*li gion b y AlexanderKeith, D. D. authoruf the f evidente of piopheey, &e. Carl Werner, all inmagination story, with oiler tales fimlginaltion, by the authlor of tile Ye. masse, rGuy Rivers, Mi!lichmnpe. c, in 2 vola. Southeri aessages and picturee, by the author of Ataltnil, Carl Wernet, &e, Jast received and for sale by W McKEAN, al corner CaDp & Cmomimon sta -0GA R-ltll by gaheads n ifAltatit above tl city, urmgale by READv BARSTOW, mn 7 Bank place, 1 EMENT--tom sanil Ilvdrn lic coment Idin f Crom ship Washinston, Iornslo Iy ml READ & BARSTOW, 7 Bauk pled' I oraleN BUTTEy R & PIE APPE . 'liii .U Ilet5,Fltaoc SSte. Cales Thealre. SlM'hItEeneiagl farcha 2, WIll be presented the Farce of TURNING THE TABLES. Jackw Humphevys, MrHJ Finn Jereminh Bumnps, y' w" Mr J S Browne Miss Nibbs, MrseParren The Real Bedouin Arahb will appear To be followed hy the laughable ofrce of NAVAL ENGAGEMENTS Admiral Kilrgston, Ar H J Finn Lieut Kingston, J S BIrowe Shortl Cowell Shorli Mortimer, Mrs PlumCr l1' conclude with the Bedouin Arabs. Madame Coleste is engaged. JAMES' IAST NOVELS, &a.-The liugenot, a tale of the French Protestants, by James. Tales of hle passions, by James. Ilogota, in 1836,hv 1 `Stewart. Alex. Keith, D. '). Demonstration of td ttruth ofthe Christ:an religion. Frost's edition of the British poets, 1 vol. Aikin's British poet, And a variety ol new, standarl and an asble books. " EJOIHNS Co, mt2 w corner St Charles & Common sts K ENTUCKY BAGGINIG &. BALE ROPE-For 1 sale by READ & BARSTOW, t 7 Rank place E XCIIANGE ON BOSTON-For sale lby Sm I BRIDGE 4I C, 134 Moagazine at CI UNNY BAGS-For sale by G m2 S & J P WII|TNEY, 73 Camp ot TAI i NNERS OIl.--100 Itrrels, fr sale by, m ITRID & C, 76 Magazine at Cj.EA.S--S9tI botntes Imperial guldowper, iycoll, oraTge, Paeoe, and soauhoeg tess, for sale by m2 WIII'SRIDGE & i'o, 76 Itlagnzine st jK NIVES-2 casa faccy howio and dilsh knive, for A sale by SIIALL & BROWN, mt 96 Magazino at mA l SHAI.I & BRIOWN, 96 Mnegzine at tz;is-r and tf nr sale b itot or ca to Stan I Ii)ORISEY, New l1n Irevee t .ACKIti -510 gross Gosalngs pate Icblaking, fr sale by SIIALL & BIIROWN, tnl 96 Mtgazine st AN~CY SO:1P-200iatee; Fr caletto F mn _ IA1.1, A. RRO)WN, 9i Maonaine st jIANI'A. A.[--ISI halso3-4 attl 4-1 tbrowsl tdomee t ll tie leti ati d lrtinr ; 21 bales cotton dtril ling ; 6 cases bleached slceetings and 20 bales Russia iahoelinag, for nale by m2 S BRIDGE & Co. 184 Magair te ast RT rVANA Cc FFEE.i YI bags fiie gree coffee co. landing thllis morning from the brig Csrleto from H avana, fr trsal by P i.AIDLAW, m2 i- r M Ca6 mp ts Soirdo Muasialle. It is respectully annunced to tile Aoatcnur'of music inhabitants of New Orleans, that MADAME CARADORI ALLAN'S FIRST SOIREE MUSICALE Will take plac at the St. tI.tio lMorel, on Sateurdn evening, Marceh d, ilnstem of Wednesday as previusltl announoed,-in tim course of which ate wtl sing the followiang nieces: Scecoanei Aria" Caeta dive," Noreto-Bel lii Covntitn " Una ooe poeo fan." II Rnrhiere--loaoiaa Aria " Ioludia." Tasso--l)onizelti. Bolero frbtcais " Oerez cr'ea none." lesnarlr. Scottisa ballad.--ro 'cr young to marry yet.--Bures To o metncce at 7 o'clock. 0J0 Tickets $1 5, for sale at ale, St Louis satd other hotels and at Mesrsa Johls,' Mr Casey's, and Messrs Il ronarld' ito'e cs ntos.a f2 GREAT ATTIRACt'lON!! Al No. 53 Magazine street, over Si. Lery'a AucLior Room, opposite Bntk's Arcade. l[ R GII.LER respectfully informs tile plie that Jiu thecelehlated SEtoe of CLEOPA TRA, Qtueen of Egypt, Which has beesn elxhibitedl in most of the ,rinaiipal cities fthe Union, toilte lively dotlaitiuntin of .ly tlcuaend visiters, ha n arrived in lis city, alnd is now beina exhibited for n short time only, ilrom i o':coc A M, to 9ol'clock, 'P Ml. ILtJtnr llttltace 5p0 enls; Scasro tickelts, $1. fliblli--tf. NEW ORI, EANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES !! ECLIPSE COURli1E. - S I'RING lllTrI'I.\t;, I139, ill I'0l)l2lence oe \\' rl "l edllly, l:3th of Malrlil, 11::l.l,t, co l mlllll mlP dý +lvs. First Day. "l',N'etw Orlltett lI'htle, a StVin' of Aftt r, of t, 7 01, Iwoo nlile hIlets. Ill thi raco 5 re, h nild u nrds carry Ill Ito. 4 yr olts and unttl.r,, their tlprt Sria o weidh:s. Srcnd Ratre-Stome I)ly. Aesaeep,.takts ftor : l olts; subs!ri tlitn $501; hlItf le ftct 2 (mile heats) "to ioltue: acll loUe 1the ot taleitol, 18:1J. S ecoatd Day. Jolkey ClIt I'oirse $S5tt0; threea mile hbatt. Thirdl Dy. Jock ry Ulib Paure, $2)1111), 4 iile heats, I'rolrietor's Purse $7111; '2 mlilt le op . aeeotod Racrt--tIII tIlay. Sweepotakee for v at olde; stllhscripliln $5UO, hah" fo~rfeit, (mile heal-;) close I'it of AMarsh. Fiflh Day. IP'rprfitor's Purse $5b11; mile heals, best 3 ;i1 5. fel8 ''. N. ttLIVI:R.' I'lttprietor Ai)CO IK'S eugin,.rs procket lbook Ior tih _ear " 183:9, Willi an aihnannck. STE.cSON'S sketlclh of civil clgiltccritg of Notrth Amorica, with plates. I tl:Es' railway orae tier, t ctllertlitt of workiog plans sanid t rlachttl dlettils ol cotttlrllctiot ill tlte public works olftl.e tlnt rtrltelrlttlld ellngillers. IlonoNo's pritcitles olf practical plars retiveo, or s.c nore lic ptrtjcetotn; colttaiotig universal rules fr delineating arehliteoetral designs on vtariou stt rfces nd taoking views frtt neatture-illhtlattld y lilfty Iplt.s" UInE's cl(tiohuar ofehelniatrv an,! nlinlucndnr wiih Ioovenellollles. IL.t.onrUATIONS tf llttllllloi Itisott: t otlllbrii a se rics of engravings andt derlurptive it 'eOlltollt otf tlle Iost wllrdl, with see hndellrd mlid follllpl.ell athlPP. MANaeor.t.' wndetlors ofgeolot or aoit , lliliir , xposi tito ol'geuolgieal llhetotttttt-i a a.'le, fItr .tc htl I\t o +'. I KE1AN tlrl.fi ,_ . tar C p t&, ommo sl NEW OILlEAS, FPbrnory 2f5. 1839. Collectols onlfiee,d M curicfpalltv. NOTICE to owlnrs of harkh, drays, &,.-The fIl I Itowhlg ordinces oill ble otliolly eofnrclod : Resolved, thIt wheneverthe Mayor shall -irc a li scnoe fn r drays, ans or o ther cnrr;..n e, rani lichencs sh lash I immediately redoreid on the hack by tlhe irmear with hhis receipt, anid evcrv prson sleectiv to onhiac said endosetent and receipt on tili hack of his licence, shall pao a fiane nt exceedill one hundred dllare, halffor tle city, and tile oller half for tie in lfotler. Apiroved I)ectitherfl. 18i1. Aiao thle fll wing ordinane wof ihe Conlcil of the e.cond municipanlity, i the fotllenillg words to wit: lae it onrdined, lint frome cld alfter thin date; any per sol who shall rue i ha k. drtv, or cart, ithin 1tie sacond munlicipality, witholit haeing prevojlulv oh Iained a licence thereoiar, front tse Mayor oflthi. city, shall be ohject tto fine of not less ltha twnltv-five dollanrs, nor liare than one hundred ldollrs, to he reeo vored hefr lilly court of comlpeten jilnridiction, reovided tliat iny Ihack, ddrn. or cart do run wilhlout liceneo afolreaid, ollall be sultjo t to, bI si zo d I tie collector of tlxer on hasks, drays, carte &c., or by ally dficer of polic, old detained anta the fine naf'easid -lhll Ihe paid. Sent to the Mlayor 1he t4dh day UofJuli, 18.37. Signed, JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Signed, WV I W ollnro collector of iacak ,drays, aid hawkersa ani pellare. 20t fe26 BUREAU DES COLLECTEURS, DIe il Secoidve Alinicipalit.. Lea orNelle Orleans, Feerirr 2.5,183. AViS iix propriiairea does voituren, drays, &c. Les ordollUlncs euiealltes secrut srictutenat ob serviies. Resolu--qleo totites leafois quo e Ia ro dnunera un0 ii cesle pour don chariots, drays, &c, Ildia e lience deera dire inllmliatoeniut elldasa eur lel dos parle collecteur nvec ull rectl, e quicoqllise on negligeant d'obtenir Is dit eoddosselent o ln recu sutir fe dos de ais licence searn is A I'anmede do 100 picosee, ine nmoitih pour Ia ciitb, ot I'aulrc moitih pour Io dlateuer.-Ap prouer, le o1 Dflcembre, 1831. De mniee I'ordonnanee suivante do Conseil do Ina de lieicilalitb, en les iacts asuivnate, aavoir : Qu'ii eoil ordonlls qll'apras e1tte date, route per 0onnequf feracourirdee chariots,drays, &c, dela la 2de Muhieipolilt, suns avoir obtenus prablement, toine lieelc peaour eelo do Miare de cotie till, serusujet latorendi de 25 jusque It1, d'cerc idemandb devana au cone eolir de jurisdiction suflinallnalie. roe a que tnue voiture,dray, &c. quicourent salts la itile liceice, seront sujett d (tre anisi par in colleotur tie taxes air Ir. voittram drays, &c, oe par oucan oilicier de la police, cs detennjueque In suedite amendse soit payee. En voys. an Mlaise i 14 juin 1897. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder W H W.naTroa, collecteutr de hacks, drays, colpor teurs at petites Inercirra. 0t fnt OX CHAIIIRI--io des Boa Clhairsa, jiet u coired, and sulitablo fiLr shipping for sale at Louisiana aureiturn Ware Reo mse. noel3 WM B CARNES. NU'T'S-'0 bhls BIrazil Nuls.j aust received for sale li rel REpAl & i&AI'l'rOW, UlinkPlonce NEW ORILEANS ANI) NASHVILLE lAIl. ROAD COMII ANY. NEW ARRANGEMGNT.. rJIIlC Loeomltive will leave the Depot at film fot ol talC., , avery dav at 8 A. M. and return at 4 P. , * l unday'a, wlheu ade will 'i. Deparst Rdourn ' 8 ll.Mip. P M,e AT A Car for privale partice, pruoidti tie nausher heImflicirnltrill he sane down theim road oil one day's pr tius neDice. " e jIf.i-1PJ " J.11#4l CAI.DWI"I.L, Presileul. itb 'ELLEN TREE'S BENEFT, R And last a)ppdratm In NoewOrlean. R T'rIS EVBENING, MARCHl 2, 1836, Will eo performed thl- aopular Comedy of the . PO It.9ICED HUSBANI), ha Or tle JOurney to LondoAr, t e Lnrd'l'ewanly;: Mr arrtoR Sir P Wren head, Johnon E Lady '10ownl, Miss Ellen Tree Lady Gracer, Mrs Greene To conclude with the admired Cothedy of SIAIPSOM & CO, Bromley, SIMr Barton ISimpson, Johnson a Mim Simpsnn, Miss Tl'rce s Mrs Bronley, ItMrs G Barretl The celebrated Bedouin Arabs are engaged. i Mr I: H EATON is engaged, an will shortly make his appearance. A CARD). M ISS ELLEN TREE hae the honor to inform her friends and the public that her benefit will take a plnace t the Usamp street 'Theatre on Saturday, March it 2d, heing her last a pearance in New Otrtens, on which occasion, will lie preented the C:omedy of the PROVOKED) HUSBAND. Lady Townly, Miss Ellet Tree. Lord Townly, Mr Barton. Who lhns kidl) volntleered his oervices. And tile petite Comnedy l lIMPSt)N AND CO). 0i"Tlle nox-hook is now open. ml it ANTENII-A emart active whlit. .ey do te work of Bar and make Illmself enermlly use. ful. Enquire at the Fireman's Ilal, St Charles t d'C"thFFEE-500 bhgs Hrvana, 350 li Rio, for sale .JbhY STETSON & AVERT, fe28 88 Gravier at IRON CESTS--Just received at the Louisnina k Wor Reooms, 53 Rinvillle streetm 12 sIperir lsi. gle nod doluhle fr roof iron chests, frolllt the factory ofJ l Browvn, Newv lork, tor sale hv fell 1M R CARNES. J . BRO\VN'S Patent Pltflorm Balaneea.-O-ro. co ers n onnd atl 5:) Bicnville street, Panptet Pla-t. form i.lances, superior to cny ever offered in this city. ell W It CAILNES. JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AN!) COPPER-PLATE PRINTER, No. 3, Camp *t. Wl l.I, ngrae and print II order, hank notes. bills tiV I elxcl. enr. bills oif l dilg, diplonns, iceree - tile and vici:iaiE colr(d, notorill cnllllslllr ,ll counting louse ot uls, door plutes, silver wnrt,, .e. -nlwsyseon Iland,no asaourtlllct of silver plited andl brass door p:.toe. 1 Cnrtls pr:ited from ilates already engraved. noe20 P RINTS-15 eases various patterns, French and I SA nsrican prints, fLr sale by SUSSIA SIHEETING-40 holea Runssia etetillg, R for sale by feb25 I BRIDGE & Co, 134 Magazitim st TO MERCHANTS. DTMtERCHANTS can have a BUEAUTtrrU. CIRCu LaR struck ofatfour hours NOTICE, oy ealiteg at the tCoptling Room of TRUE AMERtICAN PnrTINo;t Orrlatr, St. Charles Exchange, adjoining the RzEtA tIe ROOM at Corner of Gravier street, or at the Print ing Offce, ctrnerof Poydrta and St. Charles streles. tI llt.rI, -'tiinovexiHE Filion well cl- e -ll Sundyv 3il Mnrel,. Those desiroes to see Ihis greatest wondlr loe tie anilnl kill.olll, 1t now nvail theniselveiof this Ilnt opplortllnity, oll nts thle oire r ent hlas neen tie li'rt, she Illy perhaps he the ilas, tie cilizens ofNiew iirleate nooy see for inily years-ct peoeriSis is ie existence oif this dlelcte nimal. Ladies iand gentiriemn the roprietors beg of yot not to disappoinllt yorerlvs andt the In. f25 Jf tIA'IT'IIER--By ship Attirn nenlegint eC vno ie m t ufditffereU clord plu elas. received and for sale by GOSSIP& (AVo, Excl inge hotel, fed2. Sr oCharles at J UST' Rll eived an t .lega nt I .R.O ,oniotl el ti nltn ed ri aJ r pnteos, whlieh will to engraved to nrd , r in tho timot fmhionuli le sty le by J V CIIIID).. fe27 - "3 Chmrp st S Troim lltlllo Reo lncnt ite 11 tore for siale bti JAIRVI.J & ANIIRWIIV. fC"5 corlner (..fllras m.i T . (lle silotle+ its. u J0liNS--ll 1, "L ,nt :1 gloun deimijohne,, rdinhI rmie thipt Cheroktee, i"o et. ol a I ffi' coet n ofrllitl ('ollinl t, hal T iotllinde t e.- , huk ttdi t t eluii hip iWlnshiutltti frioin Lo sr tA I i) & A tl:''I'Olw, 7 tank lple(, i I 'A ) &. IIS'Ii.,T V. 7 Ilntk flihe CARDS [l3" RL'INT'lEI) al thie itnrhtcri Nnhtii'e, ir ee noot aler. at anott-r, in ttl :k or (IoI red I nh lxttit nt :rin n lrl hit, \Vhi l-"· 'Ilkr, iti t hili' Nlr fu~ l~ll (?Atilto% s, il l'H+,'., eery rv).aslab'o tt 'l'Itl1l. A \1I+.I:IU:AN OI:' 'I 'I l-, yarn ," rf l'llyvdram nid St. ('Jmrles .-ts. Ser at Ne snw nano lIcrlliflil Founts of 'l'vu't: hnae just b'cln l..',l t. Inw thel cldi++ nlo. Orldees recteiredl it C ijllittllt Rioomi, lRt. Charlc' SExchtone, :'ltdtc C ftl'tOli ivier Rtt.,oir at the Prihtitg filt.rl, coner oft 'novdrn. &St. Cterle ...ertit toel-lJ I. 1NNY \1t1 ---ll0 bales, 2 hIushelcl gunny hols tf·hb5 J THlAY.ER & Co,71 I7'oydrnls a3 ý I1 nt - r aad e for . ita'o bv h25 .I 'IIItVER & (Co, 71 I'ovyrns it COTTI'ON CIRCULARS OJ PRIN'NTED with the l realesti xpredtion, nnd ina style unisrpassed itn NEw ORLEAniS, or else where. ORDERS left alCoMrr.lNn Ro0Ms in St. Charles En cllhane, (Corner of Grarrer St.) or at T R U E AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE, corner of Poydras and St Charles Sltrets, will be proimptly allterndd to. Dec. I-tf. bnlee5by J' 'l'llýfYfllf & Co, f12 )l74 I'Poyvdrs st SJHISKEY- 51Y-l hils in ,rora aid fir rsle Ibyv .V fiI,5 J'I'IAYt_ .- ,:.'n, 4 I' oyrlra. at (l UG 1-80 blhas sugar in the I evec, for sale by i_,.5t Ie AL.Al.IS & WVItITAI.I., ((1 fIIAMPI.IN & COOP:ERI hbavoing leased fite Isree J irirk shlre Nl.70Julin sr, opposite their o'd slald, for thle purrlr)rseofcIInrrvoig on thle grofereyf and provisrio liusirrii,.s irare rieersarl iln adldiirllr ir rreirfrlfd lbuieO s tll Iit rf oilrleri tr grlceries and provisiouns either for plalltioarll, rhilr lr faril ua , oiitl their usual terms. All ordera will ie ptluatiilly tlllrrlrded to. l 1'1.5 February 2:f, 1639. Q GrAt-IrtIIr0 hids, il pbihion arove thle city, S fir sale by REAL) & BAIRSTOW, febi25 7 Bank place FOtR SALE. SIMULATTO WOMAN aged 21 years, acclimated and shi e is fo goor I settnlresCs, wIsher, ironer, ant house servant, with her rhilf I2 onltlls old, warranter fromi the v:ce ard Inraadies prescribed by law. Apply at 53 IBsi I st between llienville and Cus*tom Ihouse ae. febi5 O Il--15cuaksJudd wrlter strained refined oil, a very superior article, for rale bi fi'6 50 IILANCIIARD STEAM BOAT BILLS. O\VNEIRS, AGENTS, or CAPTAINS of STEAM ItOAfTIS can have their Bills struekl off, in one or more Colored Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, with despatch, and on favorable Terms, iby leasing their Onul.as alTlRUI. AMERICAN OFFICE, corner of Poydras and St. Charles streets. NevL29--f ARD-20-10 keRaesupperior leaf lard, for e bhy fe1 STETSON .'z AVERY, 88 Gravlare I AVAN Ci)F"FEE*--.l2 Isdig ror big c 1 arlrto, nd 400 bags in store, for sale by fr26 A 'I'IEI, 3l (iravier at i ,I'Nt IY'S CO 1"T'ON fACTOfIY--The sab lrilfrier would inermo mercrhants and plantelrs that Iris ethablishment is now in lull operatilt asid that he is produeiog a firtri under the style and denomiiao lion of Whitnuy's tegro cotirus. Those wishing to pllrehase a euperinr article for plantation use, will please call and examine ftr themselves at Messrs Pent & North, agents 13 Chartres at or at the establishment of the sit rseriber 457 Teliso pitoaloa st. BIENJAMIN WHITNEY. fe7 New Orle nn, February 7.1889 CI'ITYO BANK, New Orleans, 16 Felruvry, I: 39. T HE Stockholders ri this lnstiution are hereby no. tifed, that tlre asonnl electionl for Twelve Dirae. tres, to serve for the cosuing year. ar:l ie Iehol 1t tihe Neanlisg House, on londaiy 4th Mafrlch et, between tb hoInr sofli A M and2 P M. fec8 R J PA.LFRIEY, Cashler WASHINGTON BALL ROOY Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philipfstrert, between Royal & Boulrbon. rl't E Manaer oflhe above named Ball Room,tgrate 1 ful to iea fiends and the public flur the unpual lolled patronage bestowed on him forseveral a aafons, respectfully inforsnl them that tha estsabioshment has heen enlarged for the alnuscemett of visitors, and tia dorgoe iri.rre.rao repirs. Thie bar will bh surpassed hy neie is ilanlity of ilqnors, ani tihe Iresteaural , ill 1 oept by tife ablest Ifelirlaralorr in Ilfe Uitel Slateis. i rooinwill rtope ol oSaturday overi!lg e3rd if Novrmbehr text, by a e, GRANI) DRESS & MASQUERADE BAI.I, sid will takhe iltne as troal every Monday, Wernes day aid Saturday oveuing, during the seasos, whiel w i and on the let of May, 1839. '1. . 'Ifr T ceentes attention will be paid to ki'r. tng Iq.stlrdner r ghout thie esablisfmant. as wi dassir last soi oig' riles. as Ssal bey thrqiie ior rear. byy ii-. SUVAW FELT & Co, 24 Chance att ME SOLUTION. col~er!', lfAos i~trTIIRAL DISEAtSES, SONOIKlEA GitVE TS.'WltRIC'I'UItE8 iU OF AH5 LIDA1DNYS BLADDER, UKEriT RA, T O GLAND, thd all DISLASFE of tho U RI AGES, PAININ Trll.E LOINS, GRAVEL, 11.q imleenral-Weakn.s, or Localr Dlhility, ro ll io valusable medlicine at all times tcures andt perfe ten the atbove dhease+, muh aooner tiha any obther ably Improve the oolutitution and FCearei healLtL, to vigor tohsoa prlu that havre been itur ad byy d Ifgmproper treatment, IIn fatct, se, medicine can be I d l e huee positively eired oaley thIes. eSd Ind.r Der alil other mbdiines iave filled, olnd is oilyy pers she use of thoe injureiot and. enaueneus medicin-C lurpete, Cuohbeh, Merreury, he. In addition to the numearous testimtonitals roaeiVod frot all parts of the worid,loelodnlg tilo Elt and Welt Indlgo, Amer lea4y n, td teldtoel men of the hbighmt ttmlieg in te pr. faehiot,'altharlng testfmony to its nrprlslnrgoeeeot: live Ilundred ponda reward ht kbonn semral times offered to any ot whoeeaa produce anyrenedy eqMul to VYolnd'. Specile Slotit. Aflter this no further assglment can hbe tcessary. butRddlng afewrofthe cortilfale.. "I have preecrlbed Yolaed's tp'oilr Solution toeovrnal pa tite laboring undeor Urethral Dtschsrgea, nmd to y Astontish moet, they were all cared in mtnet bortee timte tho l had ever boeufo wttsnesed, and their general heolthb was n111c aliprov ed. If. LEYk,. . "Leeturer on Midwiftery, at Barthelomew'e Hopital." Dr Clarke hasbprerribed Yolead'sSpecrsf Solatlon,toea. ey ittimst laIboring under Urethral Dithargee, and itvuroe. d ytound they were enred In tmulh leas timae titan he bad Ire Viously observed, when stiag preparations of Copai, and eis of optoioa it l a remedy unequalled, and one lhltat h intend in future to pronrile for his patlentl. .Loenoe. Droei.oiorr'l, tl|l. Dr Greet hereby eerlifie Yoliad's Speolso Solution is a otst 'efceioiu reooedy, and nel that remove Ueetlral Dia. eaes anoer thanany propeoleion of Uopaivn he heas ever pre scribed. The aborve cna be obtained sly t No. 06 Custom hou tat, In New Orleaeo. MEDICAL CARD. AND IMPORTANT TO TIIE AFFLICTED WITII DIS EASES. A TREATISE on Venerl aIDiasease, Gonorrhn., leoen.end I. trictlure, includiug practical obtservatlos on pemoll Weakness, arising from early onuees, to that tll persons eats obtaoin an imtatediateo cure, with bae, seeoocy ond safely. It is a molaencooy fact, that thuusands flll victlims o the Ve nereal Disease, owing to the unskill.lneoa of illiterate elloo,. who by the use of that deadly poitnl, Mercury, rin tle i:oll atituttnt, and cause uleeratioo, with blotehes on the hooad, face ld body, dimness in the oight, oie tothe ears, deafoa.s, ob stinate glets, and lorde onl tte Illo honeer, till ii length a gen eeal deoilly and decay of the eollstitutoon enSUes. ail as me lancholydooh pd auts periol to their dredfeulufferings. PERRY'S PURIPYING S'PECIFI' C P'Il.LS, A oerlie, satfe, and the ot speedy remedy ever diseovoered for tie prmansont and effectuall ecure,f veereal dtisease, got-. orrhol, I.gieettriures oMnlinaleoweookness,pais in the loins, affectioni ofte hidoneys, gravel, lumbahgo Ioca debiity, irri tatlo of the bladder or urethra, and other diseases of the uri nary passegen,frequently performlonge ierfetlcure in the lshot .pace of three days, by one small pill forr.ime, with ease so-. rety mltd afety. 't'hecertaintyswlthwhihi htiheyare ootial ally lmuiaisteed, OeaSe be attested by many tbouusandsl. Thel sipeSif lills root out every patidleof insidious posn puri fying il their progress the whole lamse of tuiti. tiey not oa ly removethe dioo.ee, buhot renovate by theita io the dtlfer i ent functions of tIe haly, erxpelling lothe gontler humors, Oad their Itenloer st, mil od Idtusperceptlile no to cot,vie the nloot seopttcal of thleir aslooihling tend UlrqelyU powees. They neitlheroalllota mercury nor any other mineral, and may ho taken without thoeligltca suespicion or disEovery. Theyre lquire no restraint of diet,loss of titme, or hiidrance of buni ness, but tetfect a camplet cure, witout the least exposnrae , I the patient Atany period when the slightestUst.l oino may exist, it will be well to ilano reourue to the Specifplnills, for, when taken before the dtsease ba Inade its appearance, it eet. Sa. certain preventive by remaoving the eomplaint effectually and secretly. Measr Ferry. Surgeons, continno to direct tnioir ildir. to those dreadful dehilities arising from the too free and ondle eriminate indulgence of the patiol, wlhichl not only oeen. sio anumerous train of nervous affectionlo, and oltaila its vcooarl all tile enervalting iotbecilities of old age, buhot weakeot and destroy all the hodily selest, occloninoog iots of imtgine lion, judgnnt and memory, indifference and ,aversion for all lpleaseures. The idea of their own annap diuea and despair, which arise fron, consideoring themselves a the authors of their o lwn miory, and tile necessity ofretnlltciog the feticiiloo of marriage, are tlile luctuiag ideas of those who have giv en way to this delusive and Ideterutivo lbhit. I thatll li. treosaog state of debility or dotelcncy, whlether the onnO - qeneoe of such baoslefl practic , excessive drinking, or any oilier sause, by whicht the powers or the eoustlttUton f icomoeo eoleeletd, they offer a firm ,alo and speedy restoration to sollnd enll vigorous hethh. P'loryrs Vegetable Pillsnre well known for the certainl and elofetuaentmedyofeosondarylymptoms, venerelleruptoon. pains io the honen, ulcerated rore throat, diocsel ose chroo sic rhconlltllsm, acrofulo, ncorbhtis anti gidulotr affections, ldcal atnd genorl debility, nocturlal paos in the lear ndlnl tlimb, deeroecion of stirit., and to dislttes arieong fromo on imptre state of the bhood. ITheoe Pills are worthy a plae ill tile eahlt ortf moelterrs ad ailltains of hillp, tihe mane Me, es they will .keep ood in all r climate alny leo gh of timeo. To hbe had oDuly at No.96 Curonol loaoe street, New Orlealn. T)ROFESSOR SWEDOUR'S IIYGEIAN IIEPIRI PILLS. a_ L for tils olfectuol eoxtrpation of every tpycies new i vnf,_ hoom (f thtoypbilitie disorea, aod thle I.osa Ihord'ers to llllo , from t he 1olnprotert r atlenl. WVith eed, hoe ic given u teeolie non oonerenl oand ovlih le distilers, with onsec, ntille on alot el nre,,sIre. ke., cor_ tollllloghillot lb', klsWlllsg by tolse who are or hlye ,10,1 tulll, ers to this ldresfl oullood deouotllsg onnltly. IDr )Vlemon cotllllllle to dlrret I,. loeontlol lI tto hoe Ih older Rilsonoo from lh, I+,n free mlld jilol cr,,o lilo t ouind g as'uce oPt',. ,.a.tn,,ol, which lot thly palr..,io s II nll, meron, irlll of nerol,os ollinoti.oao, taut eale-oslo o,,io ,ts votLerie. all tlhe onrrveatlng Ilol lh(tisonl'o tolgo. Il ,t t h rl.t reselll g slate ,fdbtl,-ooy andl .lloItoIPo y, whelhoor Iio clnn.s 4re f soc. aP ful hlls,.a esl.soolotlrlllokiolgor asoy o1ro(oP by "hoiCt Ihs p cower, x1 1h, elllc lll, Oun becoInle «nfrflded, he o (,.ril 1 fir It n lo roll pnedy rt o lo,rill'0o n to oOd nud . o .rlru.h' olltl It., It alelal bI ly Ifrt, tlhat tLlltlllnl ldS I e1II i l Imi1 t hevr. n tre l tlisclln , ltong so lloso s tl., l l'ul so-e of ll rrt antra u to, hy these1 s otts:t h ,e i onos. soousy un o, _ rllot Ito,; radlle whr hlIe groa t JC! or ý.ed,+11r bPPll1( 'r,. ,o ti- no,sr elydet , oL 'r he clsotio too- s ,b', , u l .... I opu" i oak o iboot tite h !ioorol' tofo ssooool I'uooo'o for tar, tll. lf Itirles drph'rnbe geompllolnto . Not'r o !I a leorrt excite a erPelrr rPll tlnllleo; It wan1 Inoihto er Iso jl ato Tildly. , Poi wenldl withl imdev sting,0 , sucn in lira m lnllulr n al Jlrrl ,no fit csles of ohe dolicsate o onlo ollto thr thoe : atr ' I0 " tl. ,V 0 hsoooooen so ooogs celebrtood. The lfrol or litoo.-, tll too I out (ermaaoy, elusedl Ioheir s~Podly iutrl olloo os tn don ep Icry oslltry. 'l'Tho oertlloly with lwhich they wr. oonllalootly I llnllitollohdcl ti., ix ntis.cl:d bylnymany t onlo s;t in o 'leto 00 lr 1Iiit Isle 1ong (olltillenl i ll thr they r e .ti i e, l earnl b. 'r,1 -. 1 'aon col elleguertlof too eootlollor, Io oall alsese wheres toe 000's ollhl ,lr| Il to o fo tnIof ,oloo U was , lIorotonlllo d o Ilo t inoP-,. e 0cos cai I,( l mlor tlol liir, I, o'o o all oh oo'leh Fl oo te oo oIoo 'lero. otlllootoThell) . '1: II. o ooo erllls treoesot , IIttyo 1 rrtSle a oflllflellnllo )oi on, t , lltllot F, Ilhlr r fos .prs.o s tth wholh lua ss of pllo,; tlhey ,iee reldy mainllOY: t Ile Aease, baI Sra, lie bty· hv their aetilo+, the tbflerenl ftllnc(lilo -fll.hod - C 'epniloog tIl, rooner hollUost, inuo oI a nOo or rt moild old Iorr(o:eopolo e :ottooo. .vIlt iele t lU'o o t tplh'nl n lr o Ilhir allon p (Icioll of III·PrY(·I)--IJII·) rngollre no re~tarl pat of dint, loss of, Iollo sor hhlllnuarll r; of Iloeonee,,bt etlrr , on otolnmclurearo rwh oot hl'e tooot cpoooore oto ttoo,: p.o. set. At coy IAt when ohs - Ietogtot soo plrtioo maoylno , It ,oil he o ell si 100 rurart ·o itito tlisgotool ilrriso'otto, foorwhn o'tooo abefoeIh tolodooio-.oa has llne Ito ul.plooalloe, olt nret a a certl lutooiyire ,• n - vlag toe rlolollolot olevotolIy ond oecrrlly. "'[ho, depooratto state iot which o aloo y poons hao e beehnc, hs- risiting the reo pirtoor, from the se of .nlerrury, retldpr It imhperatively nle eeoory olocautoll ils pubic sgfnoLthat dllngerous m ral Snhehroi judocUooo ly lmooislered. T'hoas pills Ihnold foorn a portion of alil nell ine csheet, by ooe ooad ind, and ouIght never to bn olnlted by any person gao ing ilofeng oyage ori journeyo their properties ar seoh, hat ilelther heat or cold willinjre tlhelr ouality, or prevent t dfue effecs onl te onmtitlution. Sold at No. I6 Culoton hooae t, Now Orleans. TlE MOST IMPORTANT IIUMAN DISCO,. aVERY. A CLERGYMAN late of the Camhridgo Ulniveoniy. heo inadirovered. , oulhod ,of cuering hilllef of a Nertot or .lrlltalCL'omplado, of loerteoo ysr'duretioo, and in foor years hnv lahg d ho ab.ore o 2,1 patient, all of ohooo he ars tor ed who olloowed ho odvleo, except twelv, oftersfe fr eoarno . l oens raler th gnil,,, Ito turo olloero. 1,nws eirite, sootal lde. bi- y o d ehl de ond , etermutulo il'loud in tile bioado, ier tigc, groollldle I'sr, liluhreo'f o nloenry, incaseoln ty for blt,. o.ly, ooudo', AE, oobtlesnos, irreolulioon, Wretohodoec, io dr cisiom, ioelsle., nlelnnchnly, Ilololn o of tself deltruclion, to. .,allly, i"r.o re cureble h y thil inpourtant disovory. Molt rt cover in six weeks. Ap'ply to No. 0. Cuotnnm bhote st, New Orleans. IIEALTII AND IEAUTY, n TOMACII PILLS -Alo .milenl medicsl writer Fts remark f e c, and experienee has provedl tile fhet, tha thoe who ate attentive to keeping the llnac ind boswell in prnper order, ire'rr"s health, eevens disease, nod geoerally ttldn robust. eheerful and healh. old age; forthat tlilernble I'rooon thlene pills are adoptod,bong prepared with the sunllolao uf quniio. extratnofs ollntomilas a, d thre oolt oho e .omntoolio sod apeorireSt drogt of the Meterta Mediso. They hat too all s0tes, proved snperior toeveryother medielhe ots eureof noottoltl sold liver omplalnts to. ot appefiteooo, 'oodigetton, seoonetion of fulhllosand oppression after neaoos tolortnees of hrcete, slid an eetlletoo rettorative after alln excesn at the t' h bte, aetheygentlypuage tad ele'noo the bowelh, strenoghon th obtmoeh, ondinigorat the vntiansttli o I oenlale who valuegood health ahould never be wihoont theno at they purl I fythebloodremove obetroetoiOs, nond give ot tio a bloa uli footlear, Ilehtlthy sod blhnoing plyoenera ce. iJo-sole ofa plethoric habit, whoaresoltjeet to heal aslhn, gildont, die' nesotof siaht drowsineet, or orhoVe too gnrOt s loo of blood to the hoadthoul.d takoe sheol frqeeloty. Chiholreo anoi perlt· C of nliogora tty tak them nt any tie,oao Ihey do not eonoa ln aoy Inoreury or aloy ignredisolt that reotoires roootoPeneat or rootriction of diet. Theyshoald hb keptria every hmily a ao remedy iu eases of sudden illnlesr; for,by Lthe r pro nl t adn - i~tration, cholera morbu, eramgrps·spa' o evero al ontlor a tarmiog conprinlo , oo ay beapoedily eoreors prevented. I 501005No .iustote honoeset, Now Itleans. SAISAPARILLA PILL OF HEALTIj; OR,. BLOOD PILL. ,lllll wrellent familypill i.01 n dicine of long tried cm racy tfo. crectllg all dincrdler. of the.natcah tand hw. elm, the comymon t ,pltut. of whichb are arnavenea, litlln cy, spasm., toe. off nappetite, sickr headache, giddiness, senil of fotllow after tnnral, dizainew of the eya,, drowsinee antd alaa in thetomach cad bowels, andigleltion producingg ton hid erase of the livar, and a consequent inactivily of the bow of,, sousng a adisorganisatlionl of every functioun of the flame, will in this mi. t exeellent prparation, bye litlapeau..w anckaentllaatully removed. Two or three dta. will o. Sinc.e lhe tmitedrof its salultry rifelat. The .weabk will randlly legain II. .ren lhb a hacllthy talin of ht liver, bo ale and kidneystwill rep dly take Onlce; tad ilntead of listle.,. ccme, heat, pain and jaundied appeparanc, Itrygh~, arctily slid renewed healtb will be the tptck desult of laklng bieza deiar, accrding to the direatolln acompanyitg each It.ox There pilitare patlltularly ellfajciu. for saomach cacgb', colde,, gre, shortneht oa brhath, and all obstauctionl, ile urinary pa.gres; and if taLen after tmlfre l an Idulgm,. at tabte, they quichly reltorebah system to itn, atural alt of rapp,,e. IIe of ,!tillthhbi, who are sjecahte' nto bheadache, giddi nea, drcw.inaeesad sgig in lthe tan, arising from wliegreaL low of blood to thb head, thould never be wlthonl them, Cl many dang.erous yymptom.s will be etlirelylcrrlied ff by theie immediate use. PaFr fmalesahese pill, are moe t truly ley llentl. reamoing ll obsalruclion., the distre.inag headlahe ao wrry prevalent with theax; deptaaiw. of spin itr, d.llnes. of tight, our On affctiona. Ialaobth, pmplla tad sallowa... af lh.tkle, and gire a heallhy and juvenia Ilawakto tha lbopleaian. To molthar they are caalidtatly ratmmeadeadl at be let medicine thtlca. be taken durinagregn.tlty and for bhildren of all ages tbdy are ua.qualled. A, a plesatnt, mae, easy tpatilll, they unite tlb rescta an.. lotion of a mild operation with the most successfl affect, end require no restraint of diet.- .anilleacat d.rinl their re.- By regulatinsthe dose accordinllto the age and strength aftbe patient .Ibahelaeome suitable for every came, inoeitthr erx, that hau be required; nd far elderly people they yill be foued to be the mot comfortable medicine hliltrto prepared. sld ai Na.oltlC Cstomapenes at, NeW Orl0a.n. w't-3Sn U 'R. CLAYTON will make hi, eighteenllt bhalona aoensif on al sand ay Malch 3d, at hItalfro 4 o'clack P31, Crm,, the city gasa aorka. fY25 ."in qurt-, `;a da in pints, jult received and tlabhr 0 W PRIT IAR1D &J TAGRISTTJry Ila2 cor l'uvdrat hrjllgaatiaeaal 1 OFFI:-tiacerataeat Java aoffee, jast racelved J anad Air rslcby ( W 'RlTl'ClAl) & J TACERT Jr, fe16 car P, raens & Magazine tan W AN'l'PD-A,,v praauntcviag t hncue tale, tatit abllefr abtAi ll family (onr in the teigliatnr. (tnad of the Erlttao ltLtel would he lirrfrred) wilt aoer ala tetalt hr ataplpnbg to ,2I GJ BSIlP 6 (; e, xchaga lltel Set ('bevrle $I