Newspaper of True American, March 11, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated March 11, 1839 Page 2
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LjeT ;fit-1"" ' i-ý. =: • C . I'. • ".- t e4 4 !,o.,. .. I . . j. d ...Oho.I1tl. "'; - o ARANCM:S. 5. g2reith roe Blcon, *hitridge k en .e rd' t.e k, hYork, Madter rt, ByhltC.ork.. Holleslc&t£l 14 Doe did Chnrloetnh. · A Rnri!le e dlertlo e, frtRiohmod. A *'L6 Add..n w, Steyenl. four Provideuee, I:(t tucklln kt fo.rtltittdir., J a Wc e e r ktihs, to. Antiut, J M Dykes ,LtA£g,. V, for Altknol.ee Master rs - ' 16r0ulvatou.Tex. W Bryanl -. Otedeldpo, * Lolbeth, Bsetr & co i •" ý [ o l +.,, wfo Matamnn,' J Caroby .Voikke .. 1., for Gh veslon, Tax. - tg. Boget&£llowthort + ý - -ARRIVALS. . ..... Mioot 9. 1939. heoli...4rsonl Tilley, tor. Liverpot., £6 Jan'y Ihilts Valerotnra, 6 days from Itavaua, to W Zaek. t t,.-, Allen. t1 de.y t.m o...ao, o S.to...r. .+ 1 HA ealtBerwi ek for um lnlifHzt c iul. to M Cttr. I i " . daildrno: SLabatLh from Whornel, 2d inst, to It C°r'.mi ý, jn AISA ch. ornrave teen Hamburg, 0th De. & RKm. ;' t ' M tmr Sp. Re.e.on, Wood.n Eddlyriloe. i + amtmer A l8"terner, fnrett, fm t'ilillnbia . F' llewrht Aluoftier, ld lt u. y T. mu r Ifi)elthelh tmbir, Whittmore, foh. ZN zoo• . ", -, Mareh 10 Thow rn t 'at , l.Davi, frnm .th N E. having lowed to S(tea Chlpa +ltutsl nnd Rlchmond. returlln s to rhloy with + imps ChatrlesHm lotne. son said Arvsd., .p barqll+ Volition anti S1f Aldrileh Left on the 7 I.ot at 1o o'c'ock .;i report . i "brielo.te er Ind f..verl small hoil in te ri. or. - S Towlb.tMoi.ipcd,•lleatl,. fro, the N pas.., hoving tow• C+ltoeoa shit, Cmacurvne and Alunnoru, retutned to Ioh city tL iith .g adubon, IlHeridd, Wiinghy had whir (urlaw; left tle adoO the 7th imt. st OP I. tlln (rig oIf tiho bar. I, 'fotbie. new I ,the river. •.eor Curlew, I01..omb, from Apala·hicoln to Master. brig WillingeBy, Lhurchell, from Palermo litla January, to r Pehoemph laEeko, Rots...,9 doyp fromst .. rkS, to Me Jill4er. . S• p y otb Oriental, WVdoroetod, il.ays fro.m obio, "to E nnd .1 Andrews, Behr I'lorenrae, Rmltl, from hlAbl o, to Mnater. ` Steam skip Chaeleeton J Peonyer, from Now York; left on . 19tt I.2L, cit Charl£deto lt5 Key Welt 3rd ioat, 0nd loLilt M. It tle''clko, PS . I thlldtto J Ieed aed co. To T.bh r. Post SBo, Litlert. from N S pess, heving pr. S'4ededn the bar without ally toW, returol to the city with ti tSeptember, ae . Geo ft Wetter. L..ft the bh t on ti" Ath It.ei'S A M. Irports one .hip on the br, bound in; ever .l.orle i th river. Iehr tepteber, Doeanoe, 9 deys from lobile, io Pope anto ý Powron. S chr G I1 Wetler, Del"iUe 12£ daoy front VcraLruz, toCu 1'" oele Lejpes.ýa 0 tet.. P ttet Floe T.tk Wright,60 bhoe,. fonm GoIveeton. -Me ue'e'e 1` tttlbeotn. " 8te'aesAjax, Rotior. fin Pti ndeou..vil'o. " teanler Plnui Jo lw,. Stltt, from I.if'urche. 4 Iteateer GanCet WteIt., Tetult. S ste.eler Dienl.ert.ar. fat I.naliville. me..M r Corintlhenill, drel, A. Clo.cieil . '" ttalldtr opedenoe. Wheee!r, fm Clleilnnati. . .rt:m:R Monarch, Fuilerton, ft Clnel.noti. SteIm. ALeblmieon, Rhodes, from MIenio. e. EXPOTS.'. -M9'SON..Perstip Ctoumet..Cargo 1n b.tle. cotton. S............ Per L.eolprd. Cargo567l llpork, t15 do hnm., I h:lltdololard, 213 bole. cotelo. :N KEW YORK..Per brtgJefer.on..Crgo 3102 hhdl. sugar. 66 tiorcs And 33 its luo'nesn.. CORK. .Pe. Pt, b ag e ..onru et.toro IA; ie.. cotton. CHARLESTON. .P.. orit Altlleua. . Car6o ' 6 hil flour, toi W llhd. 147 tiercs, 127 half do, and 40 its Suar, . 0 hd Ieis lOlo. XICH.MOND..Per brig OrlEts..Careo 2.J1 lAhls sllgar, Pt Abl molares., tO hleo met., 5c hhde b,.oo, 09 ble porhk, 15tes0 t.bCoto, 90G. keoS ulld 17 hi. Inrrl. nd 04 altos cottoll. PLOVIDENCE.. Por brig Choctw..Cargo 477 hales cotton O• lteles oerbatlldize. ALTIMiORE..Per brig Ut.ons..Coro 0£ I hhd.sunr. ANTIGUA..Per cehrleritdian..Car-o 425 Ids flour, 2o Ibl b-ar. 16 do prk,. LATTAKA.4PAS.. I'orehr 9lrmion..Curgn in btloe.t, GIAUDAAUI'E-.Pers hrStr.iuger: Cargo4oI hi1l nnd t00 - i.les tlb,cocn. 15 1 .egnr.d U .00..tvn 17,2 blol die. o bogl, 70 bi our. fl,6 brrellel ad 5 hall do betf CALVESTON..Por schr Entcline..Curgo coulrv small Inlts oeo blo nt,lollard, haoo. lour. eihoos, rice, nu lgr,-molts.e. brald)., wliekov, gi., Wills., vin egl cofftee. tobeco, hnldwro. clotlhi.ng &c. ......"."... 'P.r oteamer Cubho..Carpgo sn.dry slnll lots Sbacgn, pork. lard. hauls, oe.nr, .ina, wohikey, brndy clothli.g, hbldlworr, r. EATAMORAS..Pler echr Corele..Cargl lu.ldly smanll lots of flour, wies,. toe, turpeotli.o, dry gouuod and oetrcehodioo. IMPORTS. LIVEKPOOL. Per l:p ChA.rles tuhorsnnll..Cr. 3000eaeks Sail, .0t ratle lerehadlzo., S etlleah co. HAVANA..Pr Illlrtleo Vnlro.at..curgo 653 taas c'oo.e lot. eoonra and fruit, J Roberts & co, eod to ll. elant.ar. t .............. Per ble Alndhbon..eo rgo F30 co a. s eo ooe, t.ts oo.ars at.d freiht to It Cr.ol;g N co. POITON ..Pecr htl Alas.o..cao.o 310 ltoll ice. to J Touno. HALIFAX..Por drig llerald..caroo 1315 blsud ti 190talf do Ioauk re;, 1,:I Ilehorriieo, :l4 do, 2 halfd ..oHlt O5 kitesosamon 50 kegs buttoer ind 15 grihd slones, J li lcKolab. HAMnU10..I'.r 'rg A!dril..ruorgo to osundry consignees. GALVEoTON..Per Sltenoor Nov York..cago In tLallasot, to Henor t Il8luwthlrn. PA. PALACHACOI-Por schr turlew...r'o 20 boltes cotton, S rheats toea, 100 bxs 'ollodles, 510 hakets o.e, 100 M aegoro. E and J Andrecw, |tt(oert ed frint.ur.. ,eo.hoo.. cod ogo., ,ogg nid Block,l N D Cluoboreie. e PAI.ERMO..Per brig Wilinghly-cv r. iilles, olive oil, and fruit, to N mtliJ W Aedel'son and alrstor. ST MARKS..Por olhr Joseph Itlukoy..oeUrgo01 bAls. ottoi , ..bl Ill di..n .,... t'ud 5 .ekl onioo.,-to Mettler. 5OUII.E..Por .ch, Ori(ntol..ctgo 400 elaks sail, to Alex Park. ..... e........eir echr Ftorol.'..c.,rgo 20 hbA-l e ar. to' e alld Jo.l:niltoUh anld J limnialoua. RECEIITS OF P'ROD1UCE. Eddyvil31..P33 ,trailr W L Bo' e2:n..rp 5131hd. t3bnc 4.o,'1I'.33& H3331iu2, 4 do., A 3,33 (J C' ,0j3,,i,2, 375 d333,.d I 29 1bales cotton. Y,3.,.Vn ¢ . 4 :13 3g.. corn, W Gr ,4O0 l Id. t.bacco. Alex Pri er, :1.4 [ 3Is 3,or, Joh)n ,D, 3305 b3g. corn, J Dougherty 4 , oI bx me-,bnndizo, Price JI 3l. o l 38 bales out ton. F'rlerrlll, Dully A co, I I lau, Allaln. Alhn, & co. 323 do,0 W klly & c3. do3 Con3, , 4 I3irdlay, 53 do ad., 0 bxsos~d .kxodis PA )13.,3y, 33 bale 33,iA,,.,,.o.., L,,ke 4 Wi.)k..9 do, Law Ie & Ch.lm.es,. I:1 d. 33 In F,'.,, 33 do43,T).j33.o3 40 pa.3g.-y m.,3d,,,,33j,,, Chrlotte Ilro. c.ard3. 334,113 cot3on.3.3 3 33 33t.rri.33 co, 4 3,, 338b.3on ¢ 3,. ck, 033 . 33."3333333330. P Iscu333 J,3 . 43 ro3, 2333G3033. unun 4 co. 85 balsa cottuu.. \ n H Cuutess. 7 do, It~ I. Drcn· ipor 16 do, Hyde .&C3om3o-k, 47 do., IBrun3t, F3rrid.y 4 co. 03&85 33y3old3 , Byron it co, 4 bas 3hercha3udie,, J Coulbcn, 40 -1 33tL'3 tbo'03 d33308, 3.30. .'olumb333 ..Pr steame3 r .1,, ,8o, 8 er..c3rpo 88 b0le0 cotton, Fo1. yth&,Limer3ick, 17:1do..3en3333.o Ferriday 4A o, 2. do, Connor 2:33G rid3.y, 276 o. W Al stal, 2 do. A Fal33 &. c, 2 46d, A L.ado3&, r-., 5do, 09ilb & Voorhees, 6 d, 03031' D u 1.ll. 35do. Albn, Asher & ro, N4 do. IV. I3ger., 3e133, M0,3 rilold, Pear,3 4n.3,3o 34.33urk1, %V.;[ o 5 3,3, M3.3,333,,31 % ,Richardsi4t ca.3d3do, Robert Mcowell, 83 do,,, mletb 4" : : Tbompwtl. 0 do, T An~3y, 3do. N J Dick3. 45,o. Lyons. , B.Ilkrris ,- 81335 do, M [['kite A.02o, 24.do3. Jans A30n,3 11h., 4o, Buckner, gdml & 33. 53 do, C3 ., 103d,8 J I 3 co o. 125 do, Ordbr, 41,(1 lanllsros his, , Fin AndersonlI~OI '3.- 3 3,07piec30 b3, ging, 43,31 4, I3,,3.. .,. 7113 loughs, I Latn4co, Bt Luis.. Per steamecr Ahonl..eargo _I bxs talaccn. r.ognl, Classicken, Visa and 1 truck G (dfdrry L..'... ., Small, 43 Gals rope, J Vairen A co, I1 bole. J A Mr, 1g, 4 ro, I br arr. chandlzn, Canll.'y v Elder, ( in . A( J Anidrews, 06 bls I , ~ Loye),. nyt o Amlelull, 177', pigs lead, J B Tield & c.,. . isor a a. 246 ..'.. dark, 17 d. and 76 kn hn. In rd a d Ia ,, ds base. Ilolcrl & 11111(·IJI1 u,' 6'I IIUU (I· ( IV A)·OILI 235 pigs Ib*dJ J Vc iEp. A cu, IOU his Godfrley. Laurin A- mall, 14:.' gs~ aura~l, (~laulli & Do'us~nrs, 2'bhn, .alt I hid tobaccoe. J V -,rslirxdili40, 81 heirulll~. ratta,,Allnu Asher & c, 1GO dol N ¢ J Dlak"¢r/., 150 b",fe brmllr nod III hops, ýo. hers o bead. Oil) a0 k. wheat, Ki I rr.4 Dr1d_7Yt!J9 es len, C,.pt 8,1...1 Yasoo..PDI etc^ her 1Iail CnlnlU Li..·PLIgo 322 I1.Iee cads· 8:a:·U Fannon, Frlidlv ' o, & 1j.lo. Iluuk, \\:nlt & rn, 060l do, Rick-, lnlllcy. Davis & co. 170 do., NO',',,, Turpin s; Wal1.50 do, t IL'rk. ello, M 1). .iz.rdie & c " , 56 ,lo, 1 Gaodiu,:4 du, N & J triek, Did~, AV Uoletl, 11 do, )I.rrett, Jennings& ro,:r2 do. "Ugin, It -I loEq . D ·_o~ss. 1 d,,, A NH INrly. 8 do, I'oyruax, ireilgl ¢ co, It sucks calla~ goaod. It Oa3k, 18 b7733.3 3 3 '3333333 .d 3 3130b3..rr m 13 4 3333340o . i 30 Lou33333 1e. Per s.eamer3,3,33 3033.3 . 1333 hi3 43,ur .1l-3ord & 4 Lor33anry..1O.3h d31. 33,3l3 . (3303b33'3.7k. J 11 Fied31 3,.3 I4. ,e t.J,3w, L333,,,333,, L33AA., 3 ,.., 3.l to, To.. ' Dewe .o4Jy &or0. 8333, 333.3 dor, 115yd L31.,d 30 keg. rd3,1 3.333333 ins basa :'9 3333 Is d. l-3,h3.3r, 'mote,3,.3,. 0I du V 33',v33,43.3 03 083'r~. 3,3333333. A lrll,,,, 33333 1olJ 333 33 333 w_'17- dga ,plw lr~po U B lluil, sld Torla Ihludille nut yiuinP·as.l' rtsnr indepru'lorncn...rp re. 060 empty W34 333 V.3334.333o, 1:3.5 h33. La33,33, e .35116 k13s lhrd, J Thuy tMIt 14 ou8 b'L'rurk, 134 his Il··ar, ISO do Bud 08 karts lard, I 3333333 4 c., I33 .) Id .3ejd hal . do park. I 3 1.hi.333d3nd 1311 4:33,-113. .ln, 4-3iI33y 0-2 313 61. 3333ur. Ad3m 3 3'.1 ha.ll, 181 b*MHxrl..· ieecn & ·o.41 to ham.,· C Ityn~e. Clnoillaat ..Per aenncmsr Mouar. h cargo. 1::1 bla pork 33333, 33Mkr,. U33373y. 3.33,3 ,,, hum ut 3 03,1,. I.7,3333 x 4Aelsug.7 his park. Adsu.. r llanrll, 15 hi. eggs. W.nl 1081 4 dilerun, 1010 k.:-r and 42 his Iuld.·lll 147 61. pink, 3,13333304.3. gate; ,N 3 kegs lard, a. d 1 23333331. 3 kry. 33 Ida kasha. 24 du u a~us, 133 d3 pi33 1 13333 hors3s, 333,03 on bard. 033l3, ..3l3 0,333r A333 3l4i..e 3d.o 444 bales a ,ton and L.3w.al., 1w33 n on b 3333, 5 3.3 333,a3Fe 330,3 A L .3ou3. cu. 3 333338yl , ,.330 4 C.. 19 J A3ouo, 3310 I, 3.3ol 33 1-3333I.. _,.4..... 'E Iry A' ord. 51.1. cotuul. A Meade., 72 it,,. Toys 49rGarduer4 an, 4 do,A Muurcu & do, 240do, Burk.. Watt 4r49r 6d4 I.amisth & Thnmdsoo.4 do .e4 4 peek.~ deer 333w, 119113. 133,333.3rlc,41 on I l-3. 334 h333333 otton, D3 4 HU Il ...l·IO lood. ýe' J.333do.,330&..3rr wormer A3333. cargo.I 3333 sugar, I3 -33,-: lrD. l). . 1D l b .l3arut.3 . 3103m h333,333r3 7 Ludes c3tton3 pa3.3,, . 0 0 Jq.,k r 113 d 33333 331,33333 3r A230 V.,30, 30 1 r 3 3333.4330. IS 334srdn . 3313. P 3H G333a33057 bol3 c3.33 and Yd. sugar, Llmh.'h .t 7'b nkip.. , 31 his Sugar Brm ` ' c1C48oi 4' Wright, 25 bla 1.o..6 a., Nirrkwu, Clegg & III. a and 7d Ih4.·g.,r urnc m a &Do Plan,.c f,.Arar{'pe..Per m er./I~y(ol s,,.... h I Us sugr and I hl '; . aaoht All Yucca.. 2 ,i.,,, mut~vrs. t..-bath 4 l'buomp i3.3s. 33333ug,1853.3.333330 mo33.333 H333 y T333.33.3833 3' Pyrnx 131 ¢ I 37 13 ug0. 33333),r .n 33.333 I ' gblmltýJ:I 00.3p3 80.3, 100 latec3. 33 ctton, ( 3J 33 8 I lta·':. 13333,43318 34s 333. 33, -3333.33,.30 A ire DgOU II.. 1 4, . do. . 1 IS& n, 92 do, Yest..man & to. oR.51 d9, Nongcut, '1'u ''lpu 41 Watt, 95 * ..P.3333 3.33.3..3 3 4Pllar1333cq333.3,333 4dte, 14do. Precou JTyss f o. 5 to.. J W ILi0,J4.D~ar. and c...* p14 pickiu r E an 34qw.33,.,33333333 3333330 203,Fa33.,.I.. A L33033333 3333 d3333 13.33331.. B3130 A 3 .33a,3333 por,. -*334.0433 3 33tb s.m4.33.3,4 bas liquor3 40 hs d,'-I O fied and eon 7d 1. (es +61x1.'} o. 3333.333 k -7k4343o3.333331b.. 33,33333333333333,333.3 - fk 41.. i,. 335 333 .3330 33333334044"..4 .. 3333333 31 V.3.333,3 ar N l.Vsej of '14 2912. nut, onpo .en  , tame ,e lyin Yo3 3.33333333 353 b 35 3 19 304333.3 333.3 of 07 . 1ýp 'bt' s lat ' op (h. I fr,. la l i plgk~ Itcrirsd t Vor Crux from tha thy. ahg*,. 3 3 1 .b d. Ba.r 33ll . 3333333 -- ifb· 4333Jp -3 i 333 313.w3 3.3 C333 &mor - P3.33.3tdes3304t8333333. io 333,333,33.391 c13. 33133333. ..a33333334333 3333333 on 33. 3.3333033333h4T 3. .4.333333)3333333333333 34'3 in i37 ad~3 3i3 333 333..3 P 3uk 3i3,,.ip p .6"n p 33 31.W piss. bouUd is. 7 6on fOiIOA StaN.lk kdia <3 Ei pssntFil.r·i I~artre Conx oN8 I lE e capital Fock of tihe Exchange Bank, fee millions. re. a· -· --- *1 ~'O 1blS1)A MA9RCH 11, 1839. dir RAIL. Roan.-The bill ahich Proporen to enlarge the capital otoob of thr Exchange fnnhk,Jlee millions, re- r quiring therrefir, a bone of $1,'ll0,0{0 to ble dpplied to fai the payment of Stnek aubscrlhed for by tile State, itt the Naishville Rail lRoad, must mnee* tile apperoation of n r every one, who rives the snbject his erions reflection. Tie importnnee of an nceession of capital at tls titner, andt ol tile pnrocueloent of ieansr wherewith lto continue ite Rail Ilnoed, thle feattres of the hiill that pince the SExrhnng· lank on the same footing, as thle Cit:zense' Sand Union Bank,all conspire to renderit unohljecion able anld of paramoount connequen'e. We lave hereto'ere expotinoted npon thile vast interest e the Stete of l.otiinlln has in the completion tI thlot Sgreat poblic work, thie New Orleans oad Noshvtille Roil il Roed. WVe have endenvored to explain tile ittense reoueres thalt wetld he develoltedl by it andll how the wealth of the State weni be aunttenlterd-htew a oine ahn rket contry wotlld le opened fr New Orirana, and t howr tlhe city wool.ul hee adthe h great market ofta large 0 territory thlot now la no malrket. We hlvet: shown th.lt giganti elfiorts ore heing mnnde elsewahere, to draw off tle produce lIltet Ieretforn i sought and still seeks Nrw Orlenlar, ito ratural depot n --lo buildl up on inportant trade by detolishint oltrt-- i to divert thet streel from nor doors whrich ilts give Lt S Its wealth, and mnle us whalt we are; and we lave e Lr to denravored to awaken LI.oui-inna omt ti le thtnrgv in to i hich shie has dol ie too lotg. lnro i.ae work of ie- N e provelnent, worthyof na rellt StaIne. Every thing that con he done, bholtd til teled to t nhlieve its cotpletion. i p I~ L nt t nltulthy antl nerelert ueuir tie goeldPin oppurtulnity to paIs byIv, perhnp forever! Improremev is thle lehurueerisltiec of the nee. We to live st a time, whien tmn are naotive in the developeulentt l of novenl theorie. nd in relcin them nto pierentciul pr- ct to iposes. If we wohld not he left far in the rear, to drag n ad on the wrrtched heilg ofa triletury und drptndent, we il Intust not etly follew afler otle;rs, but whenlever nplor. e Stu.ity oflfers, take tie lenadl. It is not nly nys well to be in conviteed y thie exlirienae ofothers-we snhotld omene- t . line feel that it wonidl be well to he governed by or a i own, nlt] spur on to tho lead, in the tnurch of enter r. pri+.e. TlIhere is a lethargic spirit Itanife-td in Louisann, on e tle sthject ofimporovertent Any thlinentvel e runcnln l asn, is lookdll upou nA an innovation; Inld to slch nll t n, extent in liitcarried,tthat ;e areo creeiily itformeedl that ti in many pliese, the soil is coltivatei with the oil fteih ionred wuoien ioplgih, uIch as the grear grand iriren of thI lres'ent geleratlion etsti-! Anid what is tile arge-n ment? Thaot they have by such agriculture in the 5 course of lify years aeccunmuloted as many thoousnrls. But let thie other side of the piltur be viewed. The i neighilor who has u.erd the more nmodern implemnents ol husnbandry, has in one tenthl of the time, doubltless, d ' oamasseod twice the itm! a6 Tie (rrele popnulation of I.ouislna nare high-mindedl, I hIonorable, clirvalrone, resolute in the'ir determinntionr o andi steaelfest in their friendhlips. T'he wtortfeoletrin tI re their eomponiion seenls to be inoertoness--n unwillang- k 1 ners to exercise their eneries. Thiey apeen to prefer to let things jog aluene as they have hento goig, for good ot fior tlal, ralher tlhon ronse themselrnes to that ativilty on tnecessary to produe a ehsanes. They haveo a onble ri State--on eiculatedt Iy her fertility andl peculiar lo ie cality, In be lthe leading Snouthern Stlnte. The advant- i ines oned rensorces she plosessts ore more than half hlidden. Thery have never been " dog fronm the bowelsa tof the enrtlh," hy the hnnds of enerny and industry. Shalll thile he so alwayvs? Already we sc our neigh eors bastilring tllesonelves and preparing fur fntlltre sr Spremotv. .ls:sisiuippi and and .Aiebhamtn, ieorgie anol at nd Soethl Carolina have taken inaenasres to rpilly y, construct great worksof imaprovenlent, from which they ' of expect to derive ianmlttlable ndvantogos. It is plropo ad sed to e ot.dnlle t ii ranl from loemlphis to l a Genage, on to Chalulesiron, "conneetctillg oi with the Tuscunlia, i' olntliindl and T)eeitlltlr ail rond. " Hy a late not ofthte L.egionllttre ofG.'orgie, the peRe tody compcletion of th (;eorgia rail road Il the 'PenllreStee Riier, or tihe Aleehmna lies, is placeed leyo(nd dispnte. t e l'hlie emoil, it will oe recolllctee, conne.t n n iteha the Chonrl mticoett anelimnioeryr rail rnon at Altgetnto, which Swhen ertentoeeeIe tote Pelneeot-o leine, WillopeaIn toe nrorh'i iUdlAilnoh o a diroct eo'emelunie.tian with the Alhnntic."' l'The le'iiinture autlhorisre a blen ofonen nld a hnlfmil-I Sliens of ldollars, foer thie lpurposrne of collltietielg tihe m work. When we lnok at Ithee evidenceu of the indu-try and activ;ty orf other States, how ilnr'nlt thlen that we ishuld nolt noreletr to attitan+t kleepr pinc with their im provemlenlei. l'I prlierenability of th'e Nashrille Rail Ionad las Lebeien demonstrated. The inralculble iid vanrnges its rollpletitnn will producate, are vividly nppri. rent. A large and fIritfal, portion of tihe State will be brought into marnket. An avnnne will be opened to the heart of Mississippi, and 'Tennessee, and the dictance between the termini wiii bie cnlt orone halfl. The nori gatiqn Ietrween Nashvi'lle and N Orleara will n longer be ancertain; anl entlrely embargoed several months of the year; but will he open, and clear of snags and saw yI ar! Transportation will be regular, and we in the Snmitlh shal never ng-ein he i danger nf starving fIr wnnt of the produee of tile west, and the valley of the ()hio will have to undergo no privanlios for neant of ouar ar ticles of lxrury andi groceries. Thlley cannot well do without our nid and we are as Ieimuch ependeet on them. (low nectessary thenil to have n a naevign+le sit-nm eon neting us. whaichl ill never dry cp, or be blocked up Tihe hill whieh iha lpassed the llouse, and now awaits the actionll of the Senate, arcolnplishn etery thing wltihll cruldl place tile ,rcomplhetion of the Nash ville Rail Iand, beyond iem probability of a failure. Let that ill li he passed,and thle road will be conslrrct ed. The pIroviiunar of thre Bill, are just and equitable, and such as cannolt e objected to by any rearonalble man. lThey plne the chief control of thie road under a directory, t major parr of whomt will r be chosen by then Legisrlature, un)til the stack of the private stoctk holders shall ex(-eed that of the State. It also providr.s for thte payment of the Strte's stbscriptiott, tby one of the irenernt charte. red monarolit', whic.h Iha asked fir an amrnlnenrt ro its Chaorrter, and which amended wrill be pIellced on a firmntendl t.e r n rire i, and onen, mre conenial io Ihe entem orf Free ranking, whichi willI ,Inubtle.a ullianrt liy bre estrrliried. The State will I receire its 125,i :,haren of ,tock, without ependling on, edilanr-r-In I:xclhan-e nndi Iltnktin, 'Comp any Iry irg thnt as a banus fior the eslnrgetellilt o tf its enpial and the extllension of its t(h'trter. Whilt it thlle to make menla me-itea? Whiy will th, Semtntc delay? Ii that ci irtier nlapparetlllly peculiar Ito crerole bhloda , tolo srtnl for nt'ollo ? Let our Creoles sholw that they can rouse telselves whllll laeeealre,l anld shake off that lethargic rpirit, ahita-ih shrinks from the perfotn ance of ik e slightest labor or taking a ldecisive step. The interests of tile State and the City, and of indivi dutal, Idetnlld that the Sen:at senhoud not adjourn without passing this lawr; aind tile day that it does panEs, the Legislature will Ihave achieved a proud triulmph for Louisiana. Tihe rst step will have been taken--tie grmand will have been broken, and tile pionoers will ibe already opening the way to her fan ture grearness and unparalleled prosplerity. To this main artery, will othrer roans In coostructed, till they will ramnify and branch off through the State, like veins in tit hulan rbody., There is no State which is better adepteld to rail roads and r-annal, and none where they would be of grcoter benefit. We trnt tihe Senate will not think of doing any thing else, till taia eill is palsed. Its provisions are unobjeclirnable. Thire E.ehange lBnk has offered to pursue a liberal courre. The amendnents to her Charter, proposed by this hill, will place her in an eaniable eituation, as to soundanes and credit. Shei will have a firm and stable basis fir hbr eirellnltion, andl the lter of her co-opera ting with the State, in promoting lilurenal Improve. ment, rwhile her own interests are immediately promo ted, will give her .t decided popularily with the com eunity. So adranaigtong s a lmeansure to all concerned. should not be negiected; nor should it be euelessly postponed. Delays are dangerous wh.are action is ne cassary; and at so lant a pealod of the session, no ob struction should be d to be arlend to ihreown in the war, of an act so beneficial in its character, and of such vital importance not only to individuals eand cerporatiotnce butto athe whole co omunity. If the large mrajority by which tile B1ill passed the lrHouse, he any eriterion, do doubt ha.gsl upon its fate in the Senate. We think we may safely calculate on its becoming a law, for which the Legislature will deserve well of their country'. PRtnER. TP.Anz.-The imlprlance of proteeting the omrmerce, and advlncing the interests of New Orleans, ) must be apparent to .anr Legislature. This rmuet bea I wlkS of business, and unless the seasion be prolonged it najiiht rerahlaion of both Hlouses, there is no time l~f to tricftalewa in useles dlebate, anti in urging mat tersof omnipeativly trivial cunseqlueae. If the pro position by which the Excreange Bank will aii the Stata, ie tle rcution of its great work of arnall tr enpriteame ucetded to, whly not urako a like pror l po.tdato soam of thaqothr Banking Instituions, desir- till iug'L.gishitite aid or ahetension of privileges, for the ye advaneorof 'rla ilttanit, to behemployed in seeurinsg iL a liret wratde mith mane of the most ,important Euro- to -peannpiels I - \'e see no can why it should notbe' ad consummated. If not in the manner proposed above, at a lonts of State'bonos, to a sufficient amount, will offect la lnh object. The path is open before the Legislature. ro - Our present Gemeral Assembly Iha an opportunity of hi distinguishing itself for liberality and foresight, in se- w - curing the lat interests of the State. We hope tho at result may jastifn oar hitth cxper ttions. o. W hnYLIn EPnocnanrnos.-Through a letter received hi Syesterday by the Bulletin of this city. our Eastern slips t foiling to come to hand, important intelligence wasn tro- tl smlitted from Washington. The I'reident has tran amilted a Mtesage to Congress, relative to the troubles In the north-east, in which he snya:--"It is believed all collision can ite avoided on the frontipr, consistently Swith and respctilng thle claims on either side." Ac- I r companying Ibis leseage, was na l.orandllum, signeda by Mr. IF'ors- t, Secertnry of State., and Mr. Fox, the tlriti li Minliter. The pIlrplrt of this memo, in that Ilt er Mnjesty'a uethurities understood the agreement ti entered into by the twoGovermnents to give to Great a t Britain exclusivjurisdctin over the disputed territory, a till the final adjustment. Biut the United States Gov. .erin.'nt understood it differently-that pe.odir.g the nr. eoenointion the jurisdictio en then exrcised hyeither party it alohld not he enlarced, but continled, Iotlh firberigl I o as far as practicable, the exercise of nuthrrity, and wiln ex ercira-l, to pIiice the most flvorttlde coll truction e on the coadest fof each other. Thu Governor of Now c ire rllunwik is inastrulred not to expel thie fircentf Maine it nd the latter are orderled to be wiihdrlwn. If any ft I tnirention is ncenessnry to prevent trespasses, by. nrned free, to be cnoducted jointly t Reporntely as Main and New Blrtioswiek sahll agree. All .ho Itve iree n taken into acu tidy by the oppesite parties to be released. i. Nothing thn the intoradtnlm, l to e eonstrned ti fortify at or weaken the claims of cither party, to the ultimnte m. possession. ity The Comlittee~ on liFrei n iAflirs of hIII timToner, have rreported: in the Hloec, nthnrisin_ the Pr-r.'leit e to raise n pri,virilnlarny rmy ofsitetcn regimlentcs of in t fantry, two of nt:Illry, two of rillemenl, and ot, of or- cavalry, to be enlisterl for live years or leat , as they g timany berequiredt The Presideln i auiitloriced to repel we invasion, and the determination of Sir Jon. Ilnrvey to or. exercise jurisdiction over the disputed territory to be he i rsidcred on invasion. A specinl .Ilinister to be sent e- to Ellgltnnd to dilnaid anll expllanltion of Ihe clim oset r ilp of exclusive jurildiction. The Selncti'e report de lr- clres Maine right in rentding onl tile treepassea-that thlie disputed territory belongs to iher-that the claim to en exclusive julriedicinn is nifunlle. in jinsice or in n . agreement--ibht the United States Govermenro t is boond n to repel invasion, and that Mlain lmust leave theofltir to at the ioverinment. t- Mr. chretnr proposed thi:t ti General Govertc ment shtoullt of dielire to Greolt iritalin in aose of her refusnl to rn the line n- accsording to the t onty otf.'t, Ih;t on the 4th'nl July next. re ue will poseeas ourselves of the territory. The whole tenor of the et. disclsiOll was Ihat of determination. Mr Wiebster said that 'h if the administratioln had shown more nerve, and a holder of rsne, thme quletliio Weoti have long since been settled. He declareJ he wac fir taking at that very hour. a frnl uid deci. s, ded eland. Others spoke to like etcet. Mr Calhoun howeover thougiht the discussioln ill-timed and the expr.ssions of holtilty il, unjust. fn Since wilting the above, tie express mail came in bringing tin the runorof a iight, in whli:h a tnumber on aitt aides were b. killed. Our slips howevr doeu ot nonarm thn report. Wre .n to tne the following, as contotinig all the additiolal particularl lod sreintL: Ul lr t r. o pt, Snturd y, te ':lacmk, p t n. A ve esltpm t seen nti 4tIoIIItll, who lef- tle Arn6ti ,k j st - Thu.layn ' The volunteer haves ero, tie a filt wi l le g, tel inta five filldl Iip cs motnleed. TIy were lllill firt t oltrit. 'The ts, o ld volltttmcrs, thPe 'iscatntlqui vohlnte en s t,.r id te tlswervot ltta-n a rrive IatNo. 4. .llls tit 3n miles this sI n of t lt cas llIIt l'lburtsday tildt. The I tltn r Artlilerv aed m tr 1 llor narrivet inoln on FIisio niArhtrdere t"i rtltlr It i l orpl wt er, ll as t fite stile'.tisa *ide tof Linrt lt ttr it ie tie hitish rtiont trop, dtieerte ti fron th• Prnt , ife arrived Lin hol or Fsriday ntieht. [ ts t resur lises. king por te ,.lly, ,ml SaO ler of the se rle rty -in vll l1r, snih .uIrmdy llNntm, l i d o.,f theIt rnolsint, .s of tits. i, dtvisiom. bhn " t:lr d stnt.ttriles'" will coax tlly uft bar majesty's tlub, jeats tho ir atnpile flls.i. Sundny ivein - lg WI Ihtsa jumt tonversta l wtit In te 'tlett, wI o ias Ilee aoslrly In ln tlt enl, n tl h t i slrrmst dll thall t wls lpttr tpl y irt i the Provillcs . 't'he, t no me. utdditiona l trol,, wtre a [.ellenlnll flnll ..+ otdtnoek inforlnm d Ithat Gov IolrvUy w ud un tiit g te orn r's tl ort pOflalVl tDlak Ally IIIjtts Pll(te r tIit ll d at - lrC t Illll h;O d ll frollltl Itrilih tisniter nt .a-'n hiite. The nrter i eein tril t.tle tI o es fsll e ine : ik dItv h -l to p te I tn hled i ulcrtl nit t llh A l eou tk k.v in tish' u Ii , N .Q4. in 11 n entllllrllllldd hy Major (ti'. Itofdvll J lllnnI direc ion, h rve l l givel to iroeedp I, 'n' w o wif ll tuh ttl,le It i. c xpel reld thrt ntalonps will proceed to Illate itki s o Iho lMadawnnka, ,1¢ estubhl thrtlllh Silea. ill iit mi. ion, in o a the t.. a , l A hr id h. o ,lpeite tIb lvnol .sl of Ihe. i n.(n gtok a oll ce.I Itt lihi ir.lt It e ti rlll Is p rtiul ofthe re LI n t at1. ly arrived nolr tile teant Indti t tioell. e A 1xPmsw arrived thui slllllll, It l urin ordtlr nr onll t t tr tlir t ( Ito. en. l tt t llt e t Ir , e i hiitl i ti e roops tni selled here are rtl ,iced int tllr ordrs I T'Ihe l ololer Eo' tile Matr t is n le.t. il ltvke, " el ti elky lo et,'r twoul lt -n ll , lle ill II t rll ile t i itlll triO ie lthe p ,lllr. \\'e kim A l)o ll lttde tit llA I'e, 1Ft i'lll ;IV i tlurtltl t dieln, htttilitis,. wis e letl dt It tt r-e, tsal nlitt ithtl e ln'tientr elt hi Irtes h ind put e. Ir a i Sellti hell atII eod,.t. kT r Itr P rejo Iced tha olr t ;vr o Itns tlnte t it eI ti l.i' ed is e I e illa o(.lnsit , el nt e deQlier 101 en d that t oil ts We it wi ote hi v i i n t ti lls clontio, hv ,hd t eo t w ar st e e Tlito (t rniti Its n Ic o r-r heen td'teeied tittim tthi The o pprk uy w, mie l for thil l utd o I ex ru el f Iiir llnl. y ' hmP FiSh, Itsq. arrived lu .t In'- 1t- f ntm tin Aronst ook Ales a'll it' ntie n S tl tinttllet I nll tV se w l Irto. , Ior e s ia l rtiI e ren ofi l ing ,ir ti s alt , tt i hrt d t 11i 0 iny itll hilh lt adi 1111111 e d ll IIrttsltyl, d ur'ch e.lia T l tor't. 'the re ityf k Ar. J.isi to'e lelt ,r wl . tleltthT l'u lt tey ttrtd from tt t- . t ' il and ch ci. i RT repoarts etf ay, tituuiec tett tl gtol usde lie wa lh I .id to give uIp hi",llm urtnl?-"cve ll nod F tlake t t,' t " Orders e lteui' t it heS n r Icie sty il-li' , IA a 1 . v heriff Striklm: d n releane t t el.tacu tin n l n dit I A l i F the jtl. " l'llhrt, (ite Itite sertle ttf htistatr--vtiliti w larn Iht- v will t ive, IIt i t rlthle hIme it Allleedlatl ily elt)ei t f ti tts irtn ttt ttrr t are Itt te hohl tt t h til. it O rlltrs imve li el i-suet ; It csttllieh e x pr sePs tri Barl llst, IIdt ltl l l llll t Iia thlasItt ('tilt tllt' eltt . hlllkt IV wlithih we t t t1 iteeivtk It earlit ifete lligell( e 10110 i itI 'I, " 1|1. tiKnloelbee dlvision are orderedl t IIAwar I(( [ I'nngor o:1 SlllllrlIav iexl. [D°' (;Gelnrnl o'der, hllve "been issued Io fr: aft II110 i lt, r , rlteme l, Its rIle Ijia r'il. The ri w draft will n, i rm n,.a),nin l dii... s. ttte m sel .. . sinc -n retditi..ness Slrikl ,m e, stvout ste Itltelat it- ie llt.-e ii, 'l te lill it-as -st-fir eie e i. selk. e'Theyetel., tt s l t'tovtttt w't',ee. Alf-rPI veeelo tl i snrd \\Nel hcta' ,sVa-t Iaivle~ ldl I*Ib Il ('il t ev.I N.larl.y ll the 'rneite.. nle tip thr lues oJ tttrteh tIhi+ erenlo i feir tl,.i's tl t tf wlet.eg II is ru, itr e- inte party oflh ' (lu slit tneets will I joill ur ;rooll . 1 ht-i. Iles iPIeIn titl de'irtt g t nIt i Isln h t rlmlit tie I [..ln (gt:lll m llV of ib:is tell ', oIdll ii i'ewnrl is oU l '+retl I;ir |lil'eort s of ilee llt ethttile "tu t ttl i Jamc Ilrely an t-l. 11t lt,11 e fnd ll drun t k' l itt Ie erc't , t MariA oll andl.ll i.,t el.ln'+mh.,l uponc lit f. 11[ 111(1 of tr lsli,.. We ho cs t (rz h' r t ithithtt Its tiseteta liattd e-p t es lat tIe l ndlllnllail s hie lithl ll n urlltl t l la' ctte eof lasl lan kaslte timeter knn f sa afr 1kills 'rristdita, the rany aet oe J Sodith tiaste. 6 ishas-ls hes witg uttle wiLeag la twihGdle-sI (Ian. Ie E Olion se .Unl sNs tTjT Julen sills, alil\' T oohn- -n lfenrd I',,,ds,'. h lias Marti n th ,lh Anore..lnI hu w ill EOIItvnolfllt ohr h il ioat ,ng ', ho lo All r it h Ihrl..tn . lllut in I ltil-Skf, tI [ tb il un il she luck,, securi tyn I tt tilt Seclon .11oliiJ I1 polikpt he |),,liaSt'e. en, Lootand ,tutu hailed, in. 1 te1 l , flts are e t ill a, p lled t the oalrt-, , Of mull odetl++ h . ihon Il -llllidly d t a .ikn. tol'li resd wi, e ndelllt srln e , to er u. A itkhl. J o m Mill. busines€. -- -- ;tis pro ve Iot"01-vI nlia ero|arnllr ti. Anol, hr , byon ,varatelly, o hi h I -' a tn t if tt Ill- h la l not ein freo lltl thed ts l o ld +llo •end - A l.llllfivt ii 'lard hr. l.lln Im ,nd Vl l+l hsaih.d l ir c e xeall tt) iap peralrs I thnllu h I Al r. i ii d t A roll'.t rs, [ WhP hle, s.,hllr diso, inu d the rig m t of pil kd t" yo , Rusewing Ill .ilt, r hllerei lh fo llund lb i l-- ill nlh nllr I 'Ie spnioII]'l,llinex l. hien oofis Ihm rlll lr , . e rca Il I i at:IOlli t'lf tnnLiOllh hi· andalt erul utors 1 V ell: nnexu , imit, were In mreans of uct.-irig t eivichnrl n " titles to thaine It e until: ithin the .lstuntwo or threer years;-they Itar nhnw, htWeter, beeoipýrt encerd from the Government by indikldils, and thii courtry to open to those persons wtowilsh toengago in planting. In addition to the nantral adrvntages of soil and climate, aid the facility of reducing themn to cultivation, these Slands have an additionnl value from the fact that tite routn of the Atchni.laya Ilnil Road, which will soon be in a course of comploeion, traverses the country in which they lie. When that in completed, the access to all of them, will be as arsy as to thoe situatetd on any' of tie navigable Ilayous of the State., We are happy to understand that several plantations thave been eIablished in that section of country within the last year, and that ther is every reason to believe thalt it will be speedily subdued by tie labor of man and compelled to yield its products to swell the commt:rce of thin favored city. CaLESTE'S BENEFIT..It is not auicieott merely to annnnunc that this charminio artiste takes her illenl to-night nslid ap pears in opieees.. Lntahnadere &tthe Wept ofWi.h-on-Wish; And yet we must any more; we crnrot let the mention of lher Benefit pass, without recurring to some oftlhoso rerines grncer which not only dlnlle anilld eaf.ciote, but rivet with ndmira rt tion. WeV had seen I.ecnmpte, wlh is certninly n ielishcd dnn t Imuse and Angusta, who for gnoe antd beauty and elogance I we consider decidedly her uperior; anlld w feared that in estinatig the poaors of erClete in comnparison with hoth, wo " alionll be compelled to make narge drafts on that flvoritism which wr are rrfree toecknowledCo we feel. rut iher increased art and eacelleoce, when exhibited in their fAll beauty, din. f pelled thoe fears. WVe hveo sttudiously svoidedc comparisons, for they lare eldom relirhrd I ut in otlr opinlion Celero hro a decided n ad unaproachable adanltage over her compelitors She is plleriornea pantomimist to any onle aho has ever viae ited this eountry-markino every gesture speak. She has ACToer in all its variety, and grace withalt w Rich throws a charm over every thing she. does. Silro shie last visited us, she has arquired in the art of dancing a power and style of embollirshmonlt whih rile did Ilnt btefore posnesr, and i tile opirliore of thoso who haove seenll Ioth, is fully TIglionis eqa. l in many tlthinl, in some, her suepOrior, and in others r where lho groo', don.ooeu in pre-eminoat, very little behind to her. . Celeste p'ayo Li Ilaynderne and the Thie Wept for ior ben , at to-night, in wO hich all of hei r exerr lllr e os n i'l he Ip. rtrayed. t In the latnter, will Ii exhibited tile strellgth anlld iiltmralt of n lhr unrivalled prntomilrn A more exetino pierre rn hartdly hf te illilled,nnld in the ihand r this dilighllnl artiste, it pos sesses extraordinary Ipwer over the feoillns of tihe allldi.nln. We xpec to se Celeslte greetel with lke latrgeslt house that

cihas red the SIt. Chllarles this assomn. II will bie Iut a just to acknowieglC eirent of her rare virtues in domertic life..her ex he (elrlelee as o wmtllr, iand the Ierfedction of her art which sithe ills rltotlonirod. t TI ('fr...L.rt evenllig afler the ply of the Lady of - Lyolls, for tile 43d time this sunaln, the auldieonce had the rt gratifrcation of sereia the illge Kentucky ginlrt Jam e Pot ter tr and hllt dwarf crllrlrrrrrnioln, Major Otevens and Mil Suleor. in To say that they ror pleasture, would be font praiet..the au dimrence wore at e e o ttn t ronblld rad delihllted. To-nlight the Oledouin Arnhs aplperr for thlthlid time, and go through their i wondeorful foets of ugi!ity rlid btlalroing. .o.ArLLoNro..lMr. C'oytin node . aost r.,.ntiful amen sion last eveningi being Ili nilleteenrth aril Voyage. We in defer rlvin. tile pirlilrtulars. ale is sno roILpetent to decribe Sbeautifully, tue illcidentl of tIl travelr throgllh the nltnos h itpher, and vividly paint the nagnificent sconery and view, nhich his lony position eentb!es htrim to enjoy. de THE WoVEEKI Ti rt: AMn rI(ct..-We receive oc - casional Suhserilbers to our proposed Weehkly Edlition Cr of tihe Trel American:. Aa yet, no pains have been Stke t to procule ipntlrotnage. ''et which ios loo re ceived, as altogether voltary. We' are anxious to 0 n publish tile first nllller on the Ist of April, and conti. o .e it regularly thllseaflter. 't'hn, Weekoly Edition of the True P merieant, will ap Plear every Srunday, cltlneainli ,g trile intet iltellitieee up to tihe outr ol publlieation.i It will bie neatly ar - ranted and hamndsollely printed, aond will containli Ot u tnsul allrtoeliet of reading mattller. I ndition to the edusualI vari'ty whicrl will bie madoe up rient the daily pta do per, it will contain n generall review of the malrkers, for o each week. The \\'eekly EI:dition w ill lot only be pecu lianlt y ndnpted to cooeetry circlation, lbut will not bO In unsuitable for tie ilty, arid imtly be advntllltrtgeouelly used by the merchant, iechntlic, or iprofessional tman, . who ine only had timle to gl:rece eoelllyo at the morre e in1 papers. W\ill Ie published every Sunday Alorin.lg, (containiing; n .t.e Ilt-t iinews) t I per iann,11 , ill aI!vanLLIICIe. HOUSE OF IREI'IIJSESEN ATI'A' VES noun uvrdIay Matchw9,1 M. 01i mt illt ot'.n r .nI.nrE, tI, ill ftr ti l e reli-fl !I T V ininliannlwa-n h t n in to nonsidoatii i 2,1ei'n; Me s 'sr In' Mlonrrn, \nn iun.nin. audn ' 1:, , ',In-nn Ilnnnrn i thn e Unpn rlni: - til all ie by tilie, bill, i ull .r nnn hi in lr ll ; u r J it Rlobtam 1 nit Uiollu of the lt llllulitt . Thie hill w;s. yeterdllay h entliad o earnln nln I:li sn d 1n-l1.', of III lnl, txpreti in oinioennn ha t. fi e hi.ri innnfgn f ln ,n fi ,lIn rllfn lhelll te . cllull llU-di pro s + i.1u no"u.n yestel;?rdry h' I:I lcrl tanrn belli , al nu. jorit of ha 11· AftXi h- e op n nnion Ihar t k l f IIr neir n n-onnn then In n.1 wli L'r eni n lrel l ell tlelllln i eli nl I o ni nn inenj. i_'tl In hnve i t vot n llj nnu s lIII n er nur, tjn ,n the l i rt.e I llllli ihre innnL i nlI. ilrln injnef u i it I nt chse el'ile e nlhll t 'rr. , I I tII.1' Iwlo, t i Ilhlllll,·"r pr le l ti Wnustl concur, ltllder.surhrlr t mlend h. c oe n t Volte r 1n uliln e ll. ea r insuuo, n lll r lr it ' n tl tni t nlr, lll n ll tlill l tn a llllaila t u i that untder nlhe l u tin i'n nn innise tn th lninnnn itn nnnn ..... . t a re . . s s ....... . ..115 i , ,j,,.,1nt ,.e ,.,,bi o ncinu m in the ded , ller I llll Inle ourt--I he I ,i of llre seulllls t, for iu-tn:l e nru, i onn - l) hi rIo . Iols,et I ln nar ailjin llVy ll f'li .ly ,Illr iui 'n l tol nisjul h il Urlly of f hm( o n,, la in c I nu e t lU jor y on irn whoela ileogislulure, ilas,,I l haws. Aller soTme remarrks Ifrom 31r tlir-.no h oth Iloetien oil Ill. m tlillon tit r Jeconllsllid r, wa. i t t, th , c nali1g inel n i nll fln ur eit" en nein. rloiiUll.. . I r. Iewis nlmarked fl int il otell, h e illIn.d I. tnn n-el In q el'llll n nuen11n n i Itt nn In an y l nn n1nnnn n fl nln grnlnninetnthin fint iosit niti esrs nbntinn Ulll~lillle n i £ eIlh mr of ~ th l tiun, e r-- tluzlnen hn -tnŽ It nd a mi'ii udtN a il n. .Ennst lg hlen Ia tn tnnn l Irn 1 1 a of m-vry tlihin h,,nral 1." coIaeuld conIXr-- ol) the n in till lll w reii i i ilnesern e a rllk L P l, rin 1i.. onside'rcd it Ills v ils 'llvto oppse" te loavll . lB('I Oe i 'I S i t I gl l hI l l t ta U s e as I n i i ll l o f t h e . t r ' i s I tl h e Wil lt t rlls i-nt.n'.e, Ciup wu t t w o ninenn -nlnsen of nin julg,,, ilia lilll ilutlllbr oln kll vinn nh'ln'Ol t nti :; IhlaJlnlge.s il least niuest sit in everly case, A Iow s1t1 i neu h jIrlga nb.h.olir t ihln e!i o t (lo ly 11inhi) of l ilh udgelt i t hal l ,,uu tl.p PI I je w idinll jdgj lle . l h i old ald ihhu7, lslut thlthil nsui fuunIe . Itr nve o )p elollas ani d ilhell m na illm tile thei ell a ini mlgVs, one will In Ihrobanbv n elec ted rni neser.i lst (nt, Ine will Ie.. ! genillman whlllunn e lnige prln .ti' 'cout, h" wi I l e holun- d n o i renln e II I rlumn el; I lF d lin s tnn t llhUlfitl po lit" o lIcae tllh lmuu Terot jlt l n it Wol-' b rr hiel ' n'aw n, anud the lnei wn h t ,, hrilds-In mlll etnn t Ii llllllillr i7lllll lr ,lltl I even1 P nl ti n Il ,jil . h I1 hrtato jullgn wluldl sit ill - e.nt r asi , it is wel Ie , o, Ul 11n in I Oeng lel' ll,+,l o n11 to11n iln ( iont n r im n ' tl t e, l In nin.l n-rn - the d -ltei l nt i r n im otn llesliot until a fill el'eh cal1 be ohl'nii- ,l; firt hi t , " n' nlut' li y i ke t t 'in't, nt in - iuiiinltn nttn II n:nr h ll l what wlpn uhl-ll. D llte onni ti'u nil"hn n uij t inn n ,f lin whle nn nntnt'qt n .nt n - , iniii Iet n, I i o lk ,el lu.inseta whlnih Ini iht n ie' inotlhttr ttn ienn'n.n Iliin ITtnln t.rsni t .n Ii lt Inut li .lle . e.l nrnnt' I innn nu, Il'twoilI.ul Ii- 'nnn ntnt nnnI n.l lidlnll' e 111nb u 1n11 nnn% il:n .i ,itr Coin ul snlt i.tnn li n.. ti n Inin lt ine wt vinyrn. I!II lu l n int llin ilpn dunnn t n ce; ine hantutiun ony nnteni iu.i, or I t In tk olltni. nlnia h,,nn td, ins I i t as 1r t'n kli ,,,l. ] xf nlitn Ati e nnr htilnd no nirenld unu' c nljit ill the 'ir L, n wi ltniui urr en, inn t .i, s tPllnent , n t uiinitsl r garln tile n last i:lnloti , which i h:lud un lcu . - lsI soe orur jIitt e diInd nnt atni-iv ill filPe, tlhtn ilnn ii e en on tihat ju ll.- wele on'cn urse illiln IncInirnl in g, i ll tn e lin ure oi teIltn cnturtu tnlinta a ke 111n nt nnn tnin e u lC o.i nis 'rhu ll,1 .stlinll tuns 110·ln pu, nud the reolrltioO was fort hen i n.i nn ii n ' to 1iJ. M rr ; \ V.i\ls t', ll t i t m o v e d t o ) InI ! 11 ) Il .,z b -i I-l, p t uignnnnint nline laws if t le ntante tol nn prennre, ur u!ll fornmal sevelai' illnrn. I n Th ne secodl linlne n unrn tin was fished nOr Wfadsw'ruh not bntig iu.neei. tnr tiatn tenll lt.n d Io la' y e lite bin ll n tn e tabl, w Lich mi llio w.s I'evn'enn nrinl.un'en nalttrlUs hIn in. g been llalle to fprln l t qlnnnllnlnll n e Ileunhf aIJunnuruulnn t-n) i S.ilnt --F llrt. en hundred holes ofland lyning iln I tnhe l narish f Iervlle, tintnn Inpsies of Illlyu itark.ilolu, a tenihnti the pihnlannion.s t.ly established ,pl'oI, n on" the w ent nne, o bniou E in, titn,...' te Ilir routewuIthn Ate ,an fllhva roil ir l d Undadljoiuing Innd neow wuwnt Irv (iv. J'ohnson. T'he, or llh.extlll,! iront the Ibayou oun whic they frolnltl, Lrk t tIIIrI- delpth n 1'4'I acresl. - They arcovere .Tilh idul.ul n :n, mt tne erowth tin faret ilreue is ipuly 11nfi unieul ton, fnll' all nen lintmlllbler I aired fior n Ilalnn ienll it is I nInut nlinih'ntlk V y Ihnn o r l rll lrn' Imk h trlbtr o get rlhln rPady Iilrnlu'lvn egul. u elrh ce rie. n landl N.i'lnrliV it trini , in n t e sni ne bIn eihtlaur hon, t hots shown 'll thil I I0b ll of hlands, lnaPd ili nnv orlion oii hluh , iahle to toc~lr lan( romllgh to put i'n - c )ro the irst year, ofnn ,l ani n ilotito lun er u itnu itlnn v inn ,nt nher n i Cnl y thtilnttttln a-n ernhii that lnnn, t, an tit ,i intlt oill rs ti ale r intlil :,.n~-ts o Ih he oltoli lanter, Pu rsnli l de-ir 1us o" pirch.Mi 'O_, ally nsnllj thitue . Ilul. llhlrv Jolln-lon, I '1' Willialm, sIrveyor gcneneral oflhe U. S. Hure. 'P I l'(llev, of Point -'upnEc, I)r y .r ~o+ef'I on tiP+nn o. \A,,Iv to nlltselfn Ihli eitvy or to Mosers ,loubelh indl iIoiil.leaoni .atchlez st, New ()Irisen+. iew Orlealiln, 9511 +Mhlrch, 19D0I, m1, I1 L l'HIII()O tAIIX. N OTICE--D ring lhe races lhe ears will leav, I'v lira streetl, ilr (t lrrollUh eery haif ]mlir. cel n mlelehllg a 9 o'c ek A .1 untill7 e'cl,,(-k IP M, rrl ru ing every hsalf thoer,eenlmpenl'n at 8lo'cluek A l uIll!ti ot'clol:c k P 11, and that rlguhlrlv. N 11 '1l71 tria n era rL hthl uld leave llr Or •eans at I ,,'sleek P 11, wll leave alt hll' lalis Iw.lµt, lpr Ilhob , anlllg ilftl emen laocompanyin tcill'l s i t o to too it ti e fur tlhe l.ace , . 1 1 J l A 9 I P S O .N , c e fl C sil - h e r , CLAY'S : Speech on Abolition. Recently delivered in the Senate of the ie United States. For sale at the Counting Room of the True American Office, S t n Charles Exchange, by the dozen or single ty copy. s A CARD. ,e CAMP-STREET THEATRE. Msl MR. J. R. SCOTT'S BENEFIT. M R R SCOTrr ansmnces to the public and his U le . . friends, thatl hl s Benefit nl Inst s ldstna lnnei will take piee at tlhe Camp Stree 'l'hetrr, in 'l'rcfday '- evening 2ltht MnrOeh. It ioll ; BOX BOOK NOIV OPEN. .ST. CHARLES 'T'HEATh'l' -E. Ccleste's Benefit. 1 El I.ESrPE reslretfilly informs her friends and lti tti Pllblce, lhlt her iotmifit s fixed for on MiONlDAY,'. March lth, ism When will he pre=tmedi, first liten then, three vears, d thse celebrated nnd highly popular rasin lf 'rIlE WEPT OF WVISil-TON-WISII SThe Wept by CI:LE'TE l'erfsormeld by her inll Europe andll merica 5 nights Inr te colirse of the Evening, 0i FIVE OPERA DANCES BY CELESTE. icl 'The whole to con. , rl,, s be n'iI de ire,liith AIhre's sit iGrand Ollenl: ic Ilsllet of the MADll) OF CASIIJIERE. SLA BAVAIDEIE, by CELES'I'I MADAME CAR \IORI ALLAN'S id'1 7hbird isihe Muerisinllr, AT THE ST. LOUIS IIOTEL. lT i-eesyre nleectfall" nroi m dttl to the u eisii re e fiiltc it of !t r w llw 1 l rk.place eI W vdnlldlal , Mlllarc. 1. |h, u d tlseat See ti hi rs -oc i se iglleien g Sir e i.mlw i julot Gernw air and so ritisroiior-Stll orftoaf. li -x, Ir;Ei mhlody--Thoe Init tose of euliner. Ishe Aria-I t lrreso iin) Nicollioi To c1ommence it o'clock. STATE, OF I OUISIANA-Firet Juldieial -)iarict y of t. C ort,the staI lto f oulistiana, to rlld whom thi e she I Prell tts.lst l etlior, g'elitIg" Whaer s roll-- tel C.I , O e 1, Grgrf I. Ogdn, and1 r Elvare 1 i rkel hftViing fiirltt.5elr l s I i r sri iofre fi til dor i Syndic al the ocrcilsori eof gerttoll tl, rte, Ihrb 'roper nll- ty herel sft'fer dtlsciihirfttis fpplied to fllp elirk oft Iis o courtiollllrl a ltiilln llors dvrlie rll llt i n nelfo'itO l ti ir a t olt tiln I.egi-lteul l' oIllft clse of il lisllll nti lied "Anll i t for le fslrslhr e. o.llrllt Illll np.o le - o t rlers at judicial suite ;e appr oed the 0te i t lal fn en- iatch, 18:14, er Wi Note. tw errfrn,,kh ow e, ennt I ll'r pr iefterester il. hereinl, Il.e e.,l\ ,ited I ldy all Mel in the jt* ie if I br t istae of L ollloiiLlh, viIa Ilou t Illn riC julllleila l litiri t se-t eourl, who e ia riat o ftielli, lille itr cliill ill sl t tl e swe propierty ihereinfiter ilercrihed, ir eoneq lusene of any Infitrialilty in ite order, deree or julgmetll of o ise oun t lllder which tie sale W s lartde, or iany irregiulrity or cc- illegality i n the it r aisenii ellltllt i InIId Illle ti le llieni s, in I ei tillse itr ilnn er oif sI le, r it lir ti y tIther ieltcet wlatet- I t The said Iprtlpertr was sotlld y the Srndli nfrrreaid ion ite 41it daey of'Ja sary, A. i. 13:39"he viot.e ou1 ordetr ofthii Lu ,ti oreta on e th- e tentl ly tiof Febr u op- nry, A. I). 1333, inll tile Ialilre of Jhi E, ertl n I ice JIlIPis .. tll ll V to heir c rtolll8 IIs I t rI f ci s e li es " i:'ertou Vnd \\'th rty-No. ll3 liof'the , docket i f thi i ir torilr, R t whlti 11 llh u ilif d s lntt 11 Ct.ii (, . hl ii :ell Ite eit l it noir hfl inu t he-relteriisiritll.ui . - I)ctiiniiou / " thIf e l roperty its give. is the judicial for L nIollll. I I f o fl l. lllll ill f ll~ llr Sll ctl l 1 te :cu I tutllllue t llP II I n I li), |silllt I e .iitie de, nllll is' ales b y s t r e e t s , it re I Ia n h 'tw n l l V J C : a l ho a . a,,l ' 2. 4 1 i " na er, Iem : a en Il iii ithe i htoice ft tit s sep Ely II. ,ltk o eq. notiirv pul,lliu fPT r " bruhcrer.es io te g il 1m - .n it s inc f.I ou It f ri Pii IofiI leetI , by f 1tii firel ii - ' nitel C. Ogeil, (ieorgete 1. ligle aioi Euit vrli l ntrkr, $3,7, Lo nIII. L2, iin itr noi stl , ti e 1 all~s lllte lle i J Ifrei fu It il o II Lr-'llllltel tnllt, ly fyi I; 'el Iu ll, d r tulillin Init . i t i oIho s lllf ' IIi rllh l . " :illill i -sot I,. 3, in tlit' .s l,, s tarp sdjoiui.i nr. _,9 havins hlle sullmlo: fri'oll u it d pthlll i t 111 ,: I sIh,; Slllll.1 ]ll llll,'r:., It i I if.'| ( l. I i V' ,ie h 1,,. fo'nlit .ld ,l .li, f1' , the s;i oe, ll,lr T I'htl.e' 11it i. S I,,,t i il, r,. ill ti, IIIt t" t it; l' e Illf t lillillt Il. ' 1 i the . o o , Ie -ap c i o , s(Illt nI jl i theioi 1 . I, n" L-tite tii/ d - !n .-Ii ii. t ,, ill c lh i, fe 1,11 an'1"a a ,.l ,, lill, i1, .1 :1) i :"r i '. (i.,, -o . 3. It, Ie. ,i ý Lot eoII) 7, in 1II ." co n, '. q ý wII. ; ll hljll g u1.I , 111 1, i is'" c -i 1f" Ill havincr the s Il ll. 1 ,"t end. ll, oill ! s oe ill i tilt i t. , ll'- e 3 3l it- tie ii ii i ,i , Ill. | 5 ." i i ?. I e illlz e )- t11 i llld d .II iiiti tt I- Ii i iiiii, til P i. .1 io, . t0fllf t 11 lr, i`i'Iin i f o. , I ld 'l I ll iNg OW OY f. i'c ll n de f le I1t , h i ti.thi. gmul" f' h t , , Il s sill liii on . 1 nnd,-l Ill x11 ir i fron i " Call iop "e ., h "11111,, to t "n"' Ir Iv- ws lllll' llh h o l th i lfer In. l f i ecet- witness w rif, llav,, :,re ;ltt-et v n his 5th day of March, A. I . 1839. (till 3t in :il d " . IIIIIN I 1 R, In, Iý . ll ml Mnlm v Marv, aged 11h4. l taII ,tilll J .r I , l 0'/ clltokl.ed hvi ulkercl' hflll h:r lit , nii 1 :.hv>cked Ii c i ...., . g ziin, anid lllldanti,,r, o lt jA1'lt\ 911)I:--101 elko., il o-loro Iormd.by I P,., 1 Iu1t-0 Ibua a superior rtihle, fo I:l by roll ISlIHAi. & II tlWN.!ii Maog.azie r t Drawioy of te (l)rnd 1tate Lo tter (:l : 43 20I 31 23 0 21 1 I ,11 31i'512 17 '1'l AI1', 15,000! ('pital Prize, T'lhble onnl• ,I,00 GRAND STATE LOTTE'l Y. he SL la . "I'll I.,,hlflwn ,llinth I 1lil 6,I l Ii o',, lo k I' tl. i. l li lbops ilo l. to tlo 7 35 D ra rw n in :nll , O l- D ra v n if ll ht rs. ,Sipler'lid S'eh.,te. 1'r'l," s 1l IM s l hlve - Of--Q.nrtera $1. 0 . Pack.gas of 2: 'l'ickets tihr $1 0 warraTed toI draw at Iasr t $18, I'nuloseti s lof :, Iiif Twilkells $:p110' TO:)· 11511 * OI' T1IS Y inrr hI t :1,1,:' itI ooal $^ 1 1 i2. i , of llu. S,! Tike .s $!5 1ll wiirrlslo r to ir Aw t E Sl."l G1 . C,110, F:,r Pack .es or't t cingl:e tic Al ,:lt pl JI of lu It; ('llllfrtel a n, at llll 0t thll Cell,,r u ,If.-t I.llli, iiiidi (Chlt Ir l u5 nlrlI TI' e lie loh iin e fII· rlWllelll ldno,', Lo I'h bolll r 9 L49 0 i6 1 41 12 25 2j1 72 3 .53 .5 5 TO l12 DlIltVN "ri111 DAY. At 5'llhoick, + D1i'01 !!.! Co.,,il. Prize. I0 CAPITI. 'IZ'S ofw I $1010 h clth io $10,000! 'I',ketr lIlty i$2 59. LOUISIANA LOTTEr RY. Au:tollrllO I byI Act Il'l.lgi tlaflre. ChIIItter X i.111, ressed llinth 2.'2.;, Choip Ni. 1'2 xtra, br 18: e drwl) oni 'TlI St.iy, 1 l0 irt2i 12Eh. 18:01 teo If, ,'clcik, t 1I. oI i Eolioralor lotel, Si. clthrls 0. ). S. (1t(illlilr' 1,Co. uli::oFotll to IA'TES MI'1A7"I'I1E ( Co. 75 Nunll[ers--l IDrawn BRIllisif. (llIANID SCIIEiE. 3031 PIize.,, Illlllllllloti:ll l o $130,96 'I'iketto $2 OI-llivet ýt 9ie5--llartero $61i3 Pack-besoo of2 ticketl for $651, w'rra!llll to draw alllast $31 I' 1 kllog: ofllllor'i , ill IrpIoIrtiui. toll 35. (Canll .trees. xt. lt o.oll ,um IAIAYJIIAL''I' O 'F N. ;V O2I+.IAN'. loIIe:price og htoh flor t1-da is $o7 $7 .5 r are lcnorhrlg Eto the Ittr:; tle lbtbker'.s o n g1: ve it lg tie oi:i:: weekt (rli O lil, n a 11 o 0 i t-. :18 ou - c1s ll0 o Ibre il for il, it. Brelld of •h Isoll p lityio required o sweigh "'p r 'a l. I lllri, ovi: '1 on . toorbl C IIlNOL,hia r. (. PA/:' IN t KID:--'pit, il,,itt, , t. ' l.o - p;a" o t. l I ntlrn.|aut"llr of I,.litlt, iartnli, .fi,. I': ,llJINS C C, mlar 9 00 i: roe St loCr eo o.h in (COmllnli EN(;LiSII FANCY STAiIIiNAL, i,- ' lDirect I lllllor, tliol.ll I .ANIr iNte lI fott r i p olli tgtot front Looi r , L m ri e -olo by tble : Sobociber., 1lt coer,o5 casks English Stationary, ho wit : 3i do yellow wavtpt tl, iipre-I -e • 11) d ILxtr s ail ;per sai ited 8vo 5 11x Otllltt :lltl: .t no to 1 Iio .5 Io 5 0 todll, ti red Tllidi:g.wo l anod A'crmlblr ' Ahl ot Ito rl rOls do arbni:" books tol r Io ;l do oopying do Drawing Paper ofall colors VWet Color.., ::ss:rtrdl, I coke.s Drawin.o lsoskn and Modelr suitablo for .t,,lotties Prelpared ntioiolorp Ivories; sollv I'relloldrlt Perrhin fei-, ,extra flue, line uIer .1:: Iltl:" n•tri"c:d nkso: , or 'sOid, torsioiii bluseaI red B .arirlly Iof etlp-roielea in lit ilt.ioinrvo li, , j". JOH1N1 4' Co. 9t - 5~tutioi ersro [1:l St. Charles Theatre. CELESTE'.o BENEFIT. Tris Evening, Merch II, Will be preren.ed the Grand Hlistor;cal Drama of theM WEPT OF WISIITONWISti. ' Ip~ uougek, . Mad'elle Cferote 0toj..r Gonuth, Air [lbrton SUuastanttesiOtkunk, " J Brown. Faith, Mrs De Dar In the course of the ovening five Grand DANCES T1h by t t ad'lc e Clerte. SThe w|ole to eonelude with Auehr's Grand Opera of LA BAYADERE, I oR TIIE MAID OF CASIIMERE. The Uhknobw, Mr. Pnge Olifoser, Archer I'tlmnn Mad'lle Ravenot n %Elion, Mre Ilonnoe ZELICA, Mad'lle CEI .TE METARIE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. li S 'rilng lePt titne, for lbfit over tle letalnrie (3 ocrse, will esnamen' s ls i' st Tuetssl, 211th llst'lts Ists s nlll u si lla.v eI t IItIv, esw.'etep hnInkll far :ys'r4 o ld's, ft.o IIt. h Fnutas: 'esct i' $100; fuor. I. lounll'ert els Imf es ch s Iltenaswing, bIy Leri olh(: Jll, ,·r 4 . ft .f Il F r r.. 1. D Stphesofo Csostnsl~s bY tlsfsn'tlant denby Jr al A ake 5. Minor Kienner,g €: ( reyder, eh ha lelh., Anan Gray "· I~llllllr. , hv I.l( trrll z,(. " I , a sI s \r tin If . f s)nkefs, b ly nlseds'; ,shis C1e1rsry I ,lliotl l by lslllllll 7. J 834 t rrisin, be AfvsIr, by Fi yhle, dIam by f'ir us . %r f llln f s , cfhnr , ih f ' inicn' iuin , Ihv i1'slhd e. ' . J otnes sh, cf ttrscs lio, I ,ln.,he, d.ln by ' S Sl'llitf dly f I s t e'llt'lh sitween he st inted Irottissg horssee Ilirsrd n :tsl ollnileft e,, twvo usile elsts ill flrness; fllr I6 olol~l. esllllst I)nau--tJo ey Cluolt PI'rPnlll $024, u iln 5fIojss is'osv' y- w ep neslr e tl sssssil rs' lwos i I s s In bs itn 'y f, tls proprtsrs $2 h10 as issls o r eil (t Il iP vi ii, i i lll Thhn'rd llui-Jtlckiey~ Chlb ptlrse $17(00, iht'ee mile i alourth t)ns--Jockey CIn!, isroe $20l0l, fisor meile i iith t)nu--Jts key Clu lllllrsf s t , iil, h0,s nls , b i't' 7itmeP da'--Twe+plr for ' fsps' ahi, neil het,, IlllllI.t, lll;i l.lil l J lm~lll~ llIrt ig. .... snsss'...... Z ,'f,?u, ,%f' ,,4 ,,ins of A If flnh,'ssissos Oissor 1.lbs m t t(t ( asltlorilr, SnsJaer Shsy. Sixlh Iay---Proprietr's I'r s, $8f1f00, three Itlie ihSnmn Dv--A matclh bltwneeea tIle celenrnted trot titgf ftsso es tuallei aond Itsllfa, Ieat ill 's fiy r tfisI. I. t , Tli TfiE AltTITI' ANt) "ANCY P.%[NTE' . 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E (h.- o ' (O5llli li ine0 0 0 r" .:," Iv the 1101 L olhor o.f " i11g oo ill'n," "Jacl. Ittn, ". \r r i, u vo)ls. |[hiaira .,1 "dlhtio ot'Ul v .J r ' wlT N, 7, mlr ete in tloe vulllllll.:, i N l. ol Ai.so, No. f Nic la Nc .,hl 10isti Iete 1 1 11 r 'lS.f!e b il \ Ai ll . 0 I'I :I ' I uis II t I I ot li o ,, r V(,o, n e lllll ill salo i t SLADI/s & (dEN PLEMENS (" ilA) I4IIAIP lAftli--lll lm O b I intl hr rY cl l n rlIi 10 1 '11 :1 '. .it . llll& d l1iV l, l;tll 1Il lSto I ir 8 'k IN &, I1 , 1 113 Irvhr t tl ' shul~lh- i- r , pri.or ctalhvy, o lr .n!,' by In ' lir , '11 so \ AVIoI, V, 00lc G rt, ior fj ol h i 11,1 l'olll , Iir sle by LAtiInil (NT EN,.i GOLD UCAINS cheapll). . oIt; C(hal ies 1 Nl 11 Ohl goh ll >iver ik 'i in exrlh ilaull . I llilr A IltO{Uk. BI .IIINDER \VANTI:I11. Apply tIl l. .I. WAI 51 ,!, ,0N, ilr ( r llti I e Ik .n llg1oa lll s I ICo -l lI I o1i" , 0a0y nd ligh 'tLir1 ,' ', 0 f' u1 i i JY illn_ iull Ilhr nnl.h it .y S J ' \VIII 1'.\t I i', 0l1.0 l 0-so to{ 11,111i 01 & 11011 lllll( l Will rl 0!['II' l1 -I.t11- 0k SI 'I & o tIl- ,n0il ,:ilcd J I-hirL., tur sale by I1.\I.L . t Ilt./\V\, agor I oI " li'i gnll, illl , llei at ® 1 .1"0dc all; - jr , I'; inord I'Nerin, 73, C.pII no I mIar Itl :.J l i. t 011I3t I'N. I s " I l P(.aP-oioooloip lo,,..lealtho n f :loi illO 1in1s' I 0 Iso il' S -litee, ol ur IkaleI by IIALI &Ci IKY Ia.m&VO, ing fron brig.l, fill, br sil* ]iV llon lved by llllllll t lolt l. PI" 1 Varslal lo willt Ii qolldlolto the olt'oair of oth late lr . FIRANCIS E VUSEo. 111r0 IV 1' IIERIIIY. f'oIOV O(ttLo.,.o,, . O.,Ut.lh CLnti LCLIpSEI COURSE, C boOLTONa, .lI, meot at toile Exchatng I hitl, St1. C(ltles st `' 7 on Monlday voaoioo kt'ha!fpast 6r o 'lo,' k. F" lo10000 Shares 0Stoak in Citizcnsl Pack. Wavo toi haa nltiuItd anoalIl ollo'ltck, al ithI II of ioglish & Sit 10o5jal lthe Ao.,del. Cooo..rv olsmk a lone ishlenlic - S 1 CAM 1'. Jooot toll Caai. Si. Theatre. Tills EVENING, MAtRCfI l,1 85i, Will be presented tIh GAiM ILEIS I T,' E Mr St Germain, Mr Green George St UIctnmin, i Mr G liarrelt Warner, Mr Fredericks Albert St Germnin, Mre ( Ilnrrott Arpelia, AMrs Green r Afer which Willhe prensntod Ithe Grnled asters lnrcn of the SHEIK OF TIlE DESERT. Sheik, Air Vielding r All, Ierzzan, BEDOUIN ARABS JH";Ja, All . Cowell Anne Twitter, Mrs Greene To marrow, Benefit of MrJ R 84e.t. NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. e PRING MI'ErING.N 3, 1,will ,mn;mnce ol Wetd I necsday,13th of March, tIi3t,oncl eotcinne 5 dayl - First Day. r" The New Orlcenn I'lto, a srvn ie of silver, vunle $700, two mile henls. In thi n rare 5 1 r tid A t oell p - wards ctry 1il0 bs. 4 yr olds oad under, their nlpro e°ro,:d Race--nloco Dcy. A sweep tckes fr 3 _. r y old; sobs ripdion $,12; halt' fil i t l s (2 le her as) c 1c anl: oId lucri tihe J-t MAtl ei, 1839. 'eroncl Day. y Jockcey Clh I'Purse $15cc ); thrr. Inile hents. y Jockey Cliub Pursr, $ul' l, I mil hearts. I'Soth Dat. i Prolrietolr's Pollre $7lc0; '2 nIell Ietn. ,"rcontd Rnare--Shiln Ic )s.y Swl'ltkrrosklhR for ` yS hli n; r.Ulcc, cction $5100, hnIc forreit, (Ii!e hunte;) I'crprictor' Purse $51 Sl l; ihealts, I e t 3 ee n5. r fel 1'. N. c1.IIV il, iP'oprietor Ir.l. l Pc'c- Thlc-Iecr -l cT. . th- Eclipse B-ca .l l'c r e lirc. ire fr ItI (ir the ell-lillog Iners, eonl moneirnc oil \VIdnesdic Ile 13tlI of Maoch, Apply mi mlnnr V N )1 ,IVEIL. VA WAlI N;TTON BALI It.,El) SDress & ~lasquneradncill St. I'bilip street, bIowece IRoyal & tRonrhon. et rP 11. t: .liilocclll'ci fce l llhvo IcccctI olull I(lt ct gralte loId lled ia troiti al on him Ilorsevera eeno ns, e-.crctlh. ly cetc i,:c del c that the tlabeli-hiea nt hltsn beent l ell t.,l o cccr ho o,'cmc nt Ol f vioitcmto, nll un idrgnel i lln e, i i ., 'I h ba ti sill r letrp leed by ttono i c q pcclity e li rs,cilnd he cc ' c ral ill les kept icy tic' bhl-I ,'e:cmcrscc lrc in tI ,e ULinlrd SItues. IThe ic ~o ill rcc tcc-o c on iSaturdaiy evening, 3rd uc Novrl,e c ,lcr ixt, IV it t GRIANID )ltI;SS & MIASQ'UERIIADE IAh.i.. H and will take ccet.o usuaool every Monday, IVeClneR cday a lc cIicrllcdtc' cccPliclc , c riccg titP c seecccnl c il..t , c cli cclc i n tic' Ie lot cf 1icce, il39. N. I c. The e'rell atliIento will he i aihl to keRep il i tri ordeur Itoug~u c tie cs' bli mlcnct, at otal. 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W I1 , ," rlllo dl Irnrll c adrily danl fl ier. vI -it l e l j i",1,i o re .nog Inair ' uI c uqu t car il i '1,.o, 1. .i I clN' sF"i I.n', r Iet'tctcc S 'Ic c c,,, Vc . ticc, n ,<'Ic cwelccccs ,cIac1eeh 1, 1839. Ur ll r, ' ,l l Ir,'r,, suit pni ko. I hlll iiII l.|ll Ei Rn" Ih Vlit h ctlilscIj cioccin ct 111,, Idi..c- c hc cite '' l cclchchc, hccrn cicicg for (ccnn yatr ecl cc. l ccletc cl i, - cll hlh Icc 5drirng l ice nin. ciih tic' I hI c t i.i 1,n --C , I ll ,i: I, 1.·' eal ' ,11 rrh 1, 10l0d i h c c-llr Ihr ll,' tic:lhrb cltlllli 11,-Icc t c Ic~ltl l cih r einitls year, (dii+. "' ll fi le II 'l+ -r:, lcc (o c c t~ rckc ore ring In t lleir t'¢ m( , , the. (.( l lllltl: of h ! on,. s 1itr+e '_ ccid lv. cIn 'ch aylhu fe cwlc , in'ccttt c ric e r i withehl In 'i'i t ic-l c cIc d II alililrl .ecI:ur. ' i- ,t i ll r ging ioctll Ii.llc lllc 'tllnly,'chceI co i cecil.llet, cdllbs Ic . I lil c lc, ',cr, , Icc "dcc I'tiilh' i' c 'ih ccl ioe i eerltl - + c, c' io.f 'lIh .ucct'c.c c l il cc cit, 1"~ , i lllIctlt, , cei Ib'usb lecr d , $3 01,c Icl fc It,' i,0r! f, o c clhe Jhlie.Itc1r'ct. I'ca ,' t ic ,icl cc. Th i I' ic,, ~ c 1,~" th ,' ct''11 i ce-ntijcdi.h iO lll ii lit cit : I 1 c c, w ie, if ,y ill lint 0c3(0" :1 .1. ,,c ,11iit > At Sou.BSJ1,rganear stun, or' r , . 't r J 's Avd va I,,nm,,,p,, ,p, aeh Aincade II t41 f; tin Irt i ts tin Pubic that Shlatue a(' 1 t'LE 'AT '1( Quien afEigqpt, \Vltl: as 1" ell nxhIla le ittat unol f atheln c pittipal Shins ul'thr Union, u, tile. i, ; I n ay, n .ti .t· l ao ya eig xiie a ut trirttlentunly, (rat. 9t a'c~ace A I to 9 ul k, 1S 1jAldtigiaa.,ttaua; mrnson ali ~tn, t, frI -t f, l' .-1 I tlila \, nais l 7 d 44 an I. ~)\\ý1'111( t.altfo llglnar.-,eti ý"I "vto I II~i. rt Si itiat rl st t Jd altent P.lo.ra a ia Itilan , a c this city. iIt \' ItI CAtINt I". flj'ltCr.lltl 1'ý II i tarheit a i a.artyt . Cttct. tsnta rleaanfq'ntatfr,,, Ihtatn NaptI. by 'ill/t at the CuLatiptita IafIII a '1 IE AMlt'ICtN IattnTItn; (ta-at, F, 8. Chltrlraa IExc·en, alj in the REAt-,. tan tIanit at Cartier rf ;nl .aia ntrt, Oraat lthe 'taint tag (btirc, Crarnef it it ydra rtad it. I aitrs xtreaea. ýýK.'1i141t-fy.hp .lullllrl nn arnn na r t'' Iin er 'rnml pilinan rateivedand fon talu iv b I; Saltt La C, hnrehna maortl, 5r"_t nntries at ri ilN Itlttt On II bl:V~llt) i~it3 a'i-ala anat J1 Cnuf (' l her- It "taunt tel l daittire and is n tl~t Insltng II o dint thty :reayt)tMunich. ldin iant nay ofithe JI la al lort-itt', iar i, 4 J V tlI:I'p:IIttOVF W iLitMKt-9' utlto Ila+ lna'au'r fact, atnatar Goy YV Shnti,, i/n at I 1y 111111r; ntnr 41 ·I. Ya·w I.evro I Seltv,t lit y /lclIy Itlsr L+ `:' i~~~ ~ Rilt ats+,ýn I' I N