Newspaper of True American, March 16, 1839, Page 2

March 16, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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rseor `r nir son appo`btin as L ?d :BALDWIN, Recorder. gi n -dta ire. do re jour., ot nitd orpnrior, soulnt rdldrd an SInor 'bbt" ir son . lphobti no $ , S AJ DVLDWIN, Recorder. ontot 14rtrlor at to Cooptrolour . oot fi'- o d no t d ert requiado fournir at |lava te, toutoa intormati ns qa'il pourrait shtr orla cond n ti foanncir oi do la Muni : SHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Io & cott ricpalild, onitod rolour Girod, S' iroe ' Ia voa t nouta ner homati nn'ii pourranp n ntaln.fderoar I tcondi ni laci e t pro. • tdai1 . ., , 6t A. Hardy. et dernirre. 'et.aohht db RW . tolgo, 0tquo los banq r oes JOSHUA BAL DWIN, Recorder. IR.nou qr to Trdeior. our la survoillanco do Comitd do Finkneo cst, ot larmure autoriod f, es. Sraptoir dins qi fquo banqo der ctte ville, toot noatanot do billots .o recovoir, qu'ti l roiro nees. daire postd r fir feaux paiments ourdy. ant do larr Manicipalitd, on rapportant tous squ esc bnptes a Comptroltur quti en transmoetr an dtat au .... Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. Udomil do Fino o yor est, et demyuro nutorisd s. S aire.emr or uo nivoauo convenab le, toossilt quoepotrdo, Piliot d i rlrchd, qi ai qroe le tros. uniipalitn, an Mpportant etdos It se saonptor a run d Lovdo. Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. • dsol. 1 ' Io vovyorot, rt demouro autorisd b oatraetaer a . II. Harding p cnr quinble, hodssit loqur le port de Acrto. Municipaitd, i urs u q tro prti do crh cue n'exe do pa R 1lig, es .,tes bor os (lqect Otro ddiwdoo to ou avant lo promier jour roe! A bprochion. : 0Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recordcr. JOSHUA, BALDWIN~, Recorder. COMMERCIAL. 4 ntoil srt e.. hnlaon Marr ......... 2 W hinploun.Fob ......... 27 1 NoMw Ywk, do............ 28 hCiniati, lr.......... Pkltndrlpko. Mar.....:..... I Ilouisrilloe, Mr........... 4 of 0l.imrero Poi, .............2 it. Lois, F eh..........23 lit S orlnnr.a, , . ..........F.....ot I I.ivorpol, Febh .......... 7 ilouston ('o ls) do .......21 IPuri .................... 1i4 orhoh...... Fl Ilnl ..... . .......... 6 all Naskvillo Mar ...i......... 7 Iovre do .........0......1 PORT OF NEW ORLEANS. ' CLP.AiLANCE. 1if March 15, t3. 41 Inorore hkannou. Nownll, for Trinth. L II Gale Big ChL..rl drImonsMt, Kiobardloor. for IHarr, i It If Davis 4r co a B6 Hlrat..Clif, for Appalachieoalr, . Arhbridge 4 Joenki s ft Fetormer oCrinlothiao. rrdes or Pitllhrf . Msrtor Stromor Mljeric, MoroLhout.. .or Lrt Louis, loater II Slamo0r Slolt, Blood, ftr at Louis, Moteo. I ARRIVALS. C Match, 15.83. Ir Torw at Polt.. o ihn Cert, from N E I'Poa, havin. went dorwn right returned to the city with thips rnac Allerttor. nd W •Mglrlrt Forh.es, brigs Apna;lchicola ad Oramloo. i.e. the a Jar oi the 13th loot.. at noom. Oe ship in tihe uolffing; oo in iide the hlr, and scrorl toIall roil olt the river. e Ship Irnrc Alle tu, T'lorrey,9O0 days from Portsmoutl, to or Skip Margoato Frw ExiaKng, e21 d.y frost Iatort, troond to fl lrig Apoalcfieol., Lltham, 5 days from Hav.nn., to Me-3. ter. big..rdee, Oi. Gihir, i tl t0 days from loavaouah, to Corgea St.em Petetr Columbia, Wade, 40 our from Galveston, Smirk & Voorhero. STorw bost Groo o.,torrison, fInm the N E Por. havring ewAed toI es hiprlEq.ltor and W oaler. rig Eam'l or J,tlo. .td mh Olllorio, otlretar to theo rity with hips Forllol anrl ChVrlsorqes , oad tor Orud I'rierie shi r alf l Lor f her bI on 013. irtt., to'elok PM. Ineporrts tien w ship Iubi it amtlo the bor; chr Conroy and Jo.pr nid several other satil r s an the river. Ship Chorlremwno, D Jacsron, 18 days from New York, tor .or. & Posdirk. Ship Forum Cnhll,2'o - days (rom Boston, to Manrter. Bhr (lover, Wiilliam, from t rltilogtll, rs Marstar. Bahr Intrest, Palmers from Slpringflielr to Maier.or S Selr MNothr . Jerry. Erom Sprilgfield. to Master. Tow tbrt Chickasaw, from the t'.n, having brouht upon rhoonrs lonllrynll Eolontsoe. Rleports ship Concord of a Nsewbrrrypol; at it Tourn. 5 Schr Herry, I.ong, rorm St Jago de Cuba, 1st0 lno. tot, Co Bsdford. I om Liverpool, brigs IPastors, Aune, rmrith ond ochno Lone C and YoaRy. Stlmor Oeooft. Robillson, from Piltsurg.C. Sternlor orokoy Mouitair, Hywood,tfrom Narshville. treamlnor Normo. from Nalchrez. SteOller Ajx,lltOlior, fronr Ltfourchto.1 EXPORTS. t TSIATII..Per barque Shranon..Cargo, 1eIt9 bleos of cotton erid bI hox nlf. d HAVIE..For brig Ctlrlet Eimorono...Conro. 1000 ht. S lour, 1110 kegs lard,. and 150 live bogos. 1 APPALACIIICOI.A..Poe rehr Hudoon.. :rro. 1110 pleoes r bgniing, 175 roilo IOpe, 13 hde tod 40 fIt aura 8 h l our, and 5.curhk bonot, 100 hif wbhi boy.. IITTSBUROC for steamer Corirthrban.Curgo, l2 crateor oarthollrer. ST WOUI..Per rtonmer Mojertir.. Caro, 44 ondlres, hoop Iron, 0r dorhet, 3o r pa, 1 bag.. ,il. 46 eauks hardware. ..............Pesr Ottamr r.nla..Crgo, 14 cases Or d r.rks hnrdwore.h bundles spadeso, 2 iles colffee, I handle roythe,7 blter wootiolle nuo 1i6 bolr. tin plaot. IMPORTS POKTBMOUTH..Por ship lune Allertou..Cngo. 800 bou. dle hLy and i0 bls poleores, 0o ulater. )BOSTON..Per hip MargJoet Forbe...Corgo aosorted nmr. eholdioe. ..............Per hip Forum..Calrgo, alo, otea merchlldise, IiAVANA..Per brig Apalnohirul.. .Corg, o752 l b 7o oott, 2ea n tand fruit. to F D) Liiardie r co G Le-tendre. o Cuculul.apeylre& co, J YI.audi & co AM Mirllds. Lrriorer, Dron & co. Caldwell & TrOlUt, J M Calbllero. maiter and order. SAVANNAII..Per bril Grondoo..Carrn , t inso coal. 28 Bireo. rie aon 14 boo nootrlland.e, to Adoa. riud artwelt, J W itiowell, Groroo, and lt S ter. N J DEo. GAI.VESTON..Por tterlo pr"kt Colunibia..Cargo, Prtoon cra: SUOLITCIYTON..Por odcr oore--Coro. 111 bLaht cotton, to J W itwr'll co. W Otkey . Co. J Iel, oInnde. Lamlbeth 4 Tbomlpson, Taylor, Gardiller & rt. 8PMINGFIELD..'(r rlor lteroesr..(rgo, bales eoottoll, to order. .............rPer ohr Meloisa..Cargr, 30 bhlo. cotton, to NEW YORK. .er tip, Chb..rrora.. . Corgo, oro.r.rd moo. chooriro. ST JAGO DE CUIJA..Por fchr Henry..Carco, Tlot ho. rof o"nntoi a an t ro5l6a, lIt0 11t(os tlorocr,, to I' Oxn arti. Charopolucr 4 Cirul, J IRoitrt. & co, J D Orsriero ' NEW 1OK..Pr r'rhrob Exr.. op..Cltrgo, 150 casks wine. lld arill nmellchndoltr, to It IR Sprilgerr. I H tOnitl.OOgdel & Oothrato. I'orn. rllhnsor Soon. lnrrlrooq, L.tlre or o. 0 W rtreId . r€, tockrotha, PForl. & Druegln. RLECEIP'TS 0 I'O OL)ODCE. Nrnloete. Per otr.mer Nornla.. Crgo. 446 tlrer enfton, S ennettl. Ferridiy & co. 23 do. W rrlo.er. I1if d. Itucknor & Plepro. 5de, Borke, Watt o co, 51 do. J Goodni, IS do. 7.1e, lllnpkitr . I.arsdurche,.l'eroteo.oarrAjox..0nrgo, 90 hdar sur Aond SO 3 i. +1l.s.o. Durrieve.tr Do Blo.o, Pf r.klebotorn. A & I DBlititroro A c, ,9tlrt tupr nllro 38 Ilts multoret . w Popert. 31 hdssulorrnd 1103 bts naookltrr. tBrndOr, MKer.na and Wright. :12 hrt moltuo, .alobetrh & Thompmolo, 2 b' suoar, SSabdloior o ot. NeLoillo..Por Itomer Krohy Mouloain...rro, 156 0d br OahbOe.3 bdshero wax. :6 haeislhtienr. and 3S2 bares Eotton, Tlroortmap & coa, 40 d loreu. N & J rh:k. 4O do, Fporsth . S lrloh1001 do o, d n hdl cotloon Frier.on. Datel & 0o0G hdl lohn ro, oltdoa. Pollard 4 go, do, N 8 t'ihor, 6brlletr cot 0ron0A ,I Dtnoulluun. 24 Ip. feathorr., 'l'hos rrtt. 130 troel pootuod IOld.lrrd. W 1 Stlewrtr I omxto loe, Dobher 4" lrown 10 tohWb.f.Sr o &Drown,,, IIh ogg , ower or Smgrd. rlt Wdo, Als Kor.o PU haleo t 0on, A P Gry, 13 i S od l 3c1tlkehularaido3hl. hLoo, O Gray. I t prlck.st wtw oW'lt wrStorn 8 1B.a IO t .tkl ollt ind r do col, A L J,8 1Dpimon, 6 fBlonur, Prr 4" Powors, 5 ladr. t.of.ro, Trto & rnp'dno, 3tej nnr iron. VWlton - co C OASTPI.P" oht IlhoRle..WV A Turner and Margaret. I8 dlllr ogr, 42 hl. moltsmor, to ortder. S CONSIGNECS.. o'or rhip Forum..JTbryer'& co. Carrior. D..... & co ' 5iPo hoe ormnn, t hro,8 Paou. WOhltridr. 4r c. llltnhol. and wemoe.Jloolio&ro.Foooytlh & L.imnrik, I III MoCillt P M Wrid &o co, Morretl, Jellnim 4 co, o ne Artoo Averp, A S. HhoWtlhgton. A F Doolrr, J r ailty, lRand& o,. B I. 'AkAl F It K lydI. 0 0o. Williom * Lirllolry. HItOdrson 4r aOIo o ieJ Vow..u t ta. C.rmn iMt Mahon. R G Ilobtt.. C Do-. "  *aoDo tyerly. M & ATorottn 4" o, ItI. .ri.g, J R Bnildy. +; )dr 4 frle, ililro & Wrtomar IlodIo * 11011. B CO S, .">t/n' . I. J N Roberts I BIrid`n " to, J H Iteoon. Godfrey.J $ ulld & 81a11. E Ma.y, iloosmlw & R ogers, J Coeayllue, 0 " . pl- - oPr ip(oltorlml... S(et.o A Aery. A Grlllt, Sh;llt S rWp J W Dmroyr, Pool r to. Adom.a Ilrtweli C Do. - ertA I|atrhr. J A. Merle..J J I.odi.a & co, Roh. ,e0. G orI . r, I.ohim,E pOut0w E, e Jnhr.n, re. II H n .irmloodio, Godfboyw I tori& moan. s & j P Whir * lo~thooo. A.h 4.o .. Bry'oy. Blithor o m. hoe.oSmith & mVrko uoe, W 4 J ouqe.o.LFerke ., rW ho A p 6 orke , Crgqtth, .W Garret V David, .lot.ol & Thomlt' wo Butrke, Wotr & .6, K po d., Byrueo a askh Bmolmbr 4 Astmo d o P F IE toarkro;Ye.softan & oo. . WodW& irplod. Br,. ol4 h.otro., 'Torton * Woodruff, D S Felo & oo.R lke ar iJ-1) Pororo, t.Cd.l. . a Ahikjaro, J Landii & .o. J ll'F.. J. -cor Wbltiong Slark, 1 Iliro. oom6Peoo 4 Nohlh.M.itg Iho, SU Dorsy W J Jrok h 4rco. J ItJo&harmsr 4 otuodr. MEOMORANDA S*; p MorlIre Forko.orpohw. olt Doottt Iteadod .Iro.o ro. riWdoroml. Olphrll frolt fom lttr.wa h New YVrk. lario4 Shrbrr.o lawYimmrt+ and w00.rirlg lock to Hllv;ua to Igo Jk l:;,r Se J+IEpj 'Jh!-CiU) • +winnetaying, r pirsSei. e ", 045 - l0RIlICE & toa, 134 ]la goriueoo TllA. I' RIlEA E A.!RlIN. .,.Ul+,.U . J,, .,.,or. 'le.Slt .i:.Lw:o - f m,,:a .e , MtW ORNLEAN1X pt SATURDAY MARCH 16, 1539. lThe enpsts nd House of Representatives of -this ri State have deter, lined to prolong the session till Wed- I' nesday next. We trust that they wi'l act with zealt t upon the import-utt measures before them, ntd adopt sunch as are deemed expedieul. The Ilnuse ysests.rdny endeavored to pass the hills r setoed by the Ex'eotive, bya a contstitutional nnjority and oalmostl suceeded--tyvn 32, noea 5. The conalita lion reqoires two thirds of all the members eloes. Two s more votes would have been esfficient. ToE N.tvta. FORCe of diJerCeo euenlrieslcompared with our own. Incase ofa difficulty with Great Initain, we shell in c all prolbability. have for the most part to wager battle on the high seas, ofwlsich mle has so long claimed to be 1 .mistre-s." In the gallantry of our otficers and sea Iesn, and in their skill we have every confidence. They I have manifested no inferiorivt, whenever ,scasion has enlledouttheir prowess. They have in all equal en gngeaments borne off the palm. Billut our numler of ee seas hears a great disparity to that of the nations ofEu rope--whateser may he tie efliciency of those fitted t for and engaged in service. The ilmportanee of entelar ging our marine force is evident-nor will a step to that effect meet with a single murmnr of disaplprbution at this time. The fact may not be generally known, that we have limber, expres.ly for that purpese at the va rious navy yards-woul l it not be better, and more t wise to turn it into statly vesseld of war, ready to pro teet or comnmerce an our shores, than to keep it lying n.selessly in storcrhouses, or bhuried in the sent ''to show tile disparity between our marine force, and tlht of oiht r eontthiles, we annex the fitluoiog iltseres ling article from a late nu.t ber of hlia Ba!timore Anter ;can. t "We have had ocsion, in comnlon with our coon tryme:, to feel deep entceirn it thie weakness of our Noaval Crce, il oclparisol with those of other nanlions, and to Inment it. tptil inability to, cope withl the l is the event of a collisioh.m nre espleilly Iva.ce tIhe It llica 0on of at., iti iowr to vessels of war. All article on tihe st)ljcir-, citsainedt ill th Itt'illitlhditia hlttiirr,.ptsti tlhis disparity ill a iost i triking I nOt otf view, aid ottl . forth in iboetomitg ttalns the ceecseity of addsing to our navatl etnllishntnt. It aid of the isniarkeu iof the Ins Slquirvr, we woll I p!eselt, il .i s iumary firm, thle facte ItS civ4: il IIn ataIIulllnr stnilflent of Juba Bilarrw., con. Snitted with hlis Ilife of Ilrd Anso, ill which the strelgtil of the nIvies of hei respectlive collrie thereinl named is set ,rlth. Oulr Iltional noline ceonsistj of 4 ships of Ith lille anld I frigles of siet fi;et class cl the stoboks; 2 ships of Sthe line, cne rviece, 3 iri-steis of sthe lit'-solucs, I f:int, of tile third rsl ss, 13 .iloopo of risor 3 brigs, r chlitonerso. I steee slhip, id I store ship is c lission,alld 5 shllip of lhe lilll, 3 frigl ees of tile fir't cla-s, I fi iate of the thirdl ,:las, :1 sloois of vwar, l brig and 2 schooners in ordinary--making a total f 58 ulseil ve-soel. Englund has in oommission 240 sail, which are dis 7 posedt of in the Iollowing mnnerr: On tsie oIlslno station, 10 shils sf the line, 12 slonap of war,t'0 brigs. On tie Lishlo station, 4 ships ul the : lihe, 2 fti utes. I0 sltops of war, 7 brigs. (to fl i Med eiterransean saii,, aslips of uile line, Ii figattse, 15 Ssoops of war, 11) brigs. On the East India tasitio, 2 i sltp sf tihe aline, 6 fngstre, I1e shlop of war, .l brigs. On thie Pacific station, t ships of stit line, 6 frignes, 4 sloops ttof wnr, old (i brigs. On tioe lrszil stltioIl 1 lship of ts liaei-4 frigt.si-tloops of-ra, 6 brigs. Coaet of Atrica, 2 f igotes, 6 clitoits of wyt, II) brigs. West ladie. and Gulf of llexico, 4 shlips of the line, ll frigates, t7 sloops of war, I I brise. Spccial servicc, 4 frlgates, 4 sloops of warv, ll brigs. It will lie borne in mind that the above statementonly includes the lships in actun. employment, the whole to uvual etnblishmentyinving been set down as far back as 1036 at 670 in ,cc, ansd it, war one thusand and tlhirty-six. l'tle lchief dilienlly in the event of pctting r lthesel ships into active service, would he in nmannang cr tho, and of eourse impressment would be resorted to. In 1836, the number of teuaen emlployed in British Conmerce, was 170,0 I men, a pretty osundantll soarce from which to draw sailors for thi Goverloent service. t Aeeording to the Ietst returns, Ith eTavy of I'rallce which bi is the next largest and rapidly increaoing, stands as S, ,,ws : 11 shils of the line, first class, I20 giln each; 23 of second class, 116 guns each; 23 of third clnss, 82 guns to ench. This firms a totl of 57 ships, inenrly every one of thes hsbit ritoee 1816. Besides this, Frane hans 411 Stfrigates, firt tlossy, enerl of 6r 30 pounolere 16 frigates, ensc of 46 36 pontderve; 15 fliiglles thlird clise, socll of 3'2 35 oss; 10 frigates, uurth claoesof 26 gull; 24 cor a vettCe, each fromn 2 to 32 g.stns; ti6 lg brige, 27 steno ere, te ninjority of them 160 bornte power, and enhr of sthemo well ruad. Il hernrsernls tillerareneaorly 3,010 glens ilnc onrroted s fsr the navel so lviat o ecoct]l to fit i out 51 ships if tile line, 2` frigate, and 20 oenrvettes. It ppears fron other stairtements. tht the irenlch goe vesllsnent snld, immediately on the ocurrence if wer, I menrease the naval force actually at sen--namelv, 2 ai sail of the line and 36 frigates, to 40 sail of the lilne nnd 50 frigates; thaut, Ilerilea tile seamen loseesanry to o mnli tuis uarge odditional force, share would renaln a surplus of 15,0011 Inell to forI tihe crews of vessels of ininor rates or size, it irtlher nplpenrs Ithat ia Royal Or dhinance of lhe Ist Flairoarv, 1837, directed Ilihat lihe ha kept up or advanced towards oeontalrcoton, reserve e of 13 sail of the lis and 16 friCatee, byv which the force of at sea cold be filrther raised to 53 sail of the line and 56 frigates, and that thie r.mhberof war steamers should so h.- fixed at 4o', of wlichli lare now is commission, and 13 oore raptidly ladvncing townrdas rumpleltion. i Every shis of tle lille is provided with fc,sr Iowitzer 3e n cannon,O: spouclderselled a la Pailtoes. Every fri Sgate of the first claiss to have 2 of7t1 ; stenilbosat1 160 ilrss power, 2 f 430; frigates of tie 2d and l3d clases, sloops and Iri.s 4 ,f 30. l'nking Sir Jlohn Ilarrow's ttatement, whitel is sop psed, fromi the highi setndingti of that gentleman, and iii facility of ncecs to'thle pro pe sources of illftrlnne tiol to Io tcourrect. Etgnland is is il all 19 allip ofifrno In 101 to 111 gunse, of which 4 are in conclission, 12 in or dinarv, antl t buiilding. Of the seond leass, cerrying his flom, sgls e 1i0 gno, shit, ars 3 in all 4 it coeasnistsaoln I4 in ordinory, end 7 I.tlisiIg. Oftthe hlriaolnses,s-f7O r to IIi igons, shte hIns io aIll 47, of wcl ia are n coniis Oiar nii, I:1 in orlliiarI , nst ii ouilding, tlukitlg n grandl its sot tafl s sof isia line.t o! f whitlth arcucsulle ssined. te Of frigate ofI various clasoss ters are 93; of wllich rle onnniseionedl. Oftsleolers of war slte lhs total , of 12, of which 5 are connissioned, 2 are in ordinary, 00 and 5 buildinag,hesides these are 13 steamers on foreign sttions, nnd28 twost oflice steamers, 5 of which are in "k eomsmission. rerpne lionie i 0t op s it te lne, to mi wOnitn are so eoinniesiOn. She NlllIo al 60ll frigltes of all clasre, oIf whlich lliare in comllission; of war nseanners 37, of which egare in comminssion, iin onrlinry lnUd 9 in build. ing. HIere it will e observed thalnt Frmne is muchl in advance of England, so far ar r steamters are con corned. ciussia has 0 SOllips of the line, 40 of which ore in commission; 22 frigates, of whieh 24 tire in commission; oanll 8 Wdar Ienan.et all in collmin ion. Ea ypt lha 12 ehips of the line, of which 9 are ill com mllisslon. Turkey hlis 15 ships of the line of all classes, of which Ill nr ieCin coinitieioni, in 3 war ileteaerL, 1 of whichil^ iin Ctolisnioi,, ndill Ianilding. Ilhlnndll lln nhiip of lthe line, 2d intll 3d classes; 18 fri.ates, Ilt alld 3I lns-e; 10L gun l,at,, 4ll ofl which ne iin c) i.nnnanilll ll o . nr nlllela, of whichl 3 are fire in conentnieinni ni l I building. I)enlvniik lies 6 .hilt'1 of ine mfo of which lare in or dilnarv nId 1 uildin; dI Il 7 Caril Inllat. Snonedhen nnlil ohip-n ofll, line,2 21 and :hihiioosee, all in ordinary : 8 ftigalnte, fi in ordinatry and 2 Iuilding; g. Inll :'i; 2 nonlbs; anld tlno warsennteiC inll or nlpaiu has 3 ships of the line andl 4 fr'gante,nll in ordi dienrv. Naidies hn i in e nino alnd n war steiiamer; aind Sir s:l i 6 fligates, t of 2hilhl ire inll cullll sio , and 2 nllor nI me -l'r c ill e itllll aniiioln. l'Tll it wil l e co thevenn Surdinia has twice the nlubel r lfr f aletllen ere inlleolllllumieion thll I, United .Stlnle inave. with ill our bolinnig on the i ense of olr Navy. We have iulst cnaunet le Ido llll glllaFlhllnunry l'lllr oOeW n e afi e anlle iii their dllelic IInesito thIn eervine enl Illir nni ry, bniti is ennorely nredliblle tlinl of tie, lnendniptini of veenolmh which ofall hnrl in the mosili .r lclive, liar thle Illrloe)*lF ofnit Iopuhlie, Ito wit thoItr: of and ihlne nl onei IronlnlIeId to I little bettnr el1 aln lupol ngy for fle tlulu it renllneents. LAnEst FROM "T:eaS-.-WVe I:lve recetivel per Ihe sellenn linpacnletlColltllninl, hInstlniii datdnn tesl of e , n jilveston on tile 8th inst. Thle iu.umlnia was 4II lhours flloint tihe inttier place. We onlldenae froml flithe losto Telegraphnlh dthe .8th ullitoe, n hie must illltreting par liculnrs : A texieene recently rrnivel at liexnr, whinphad esacnped from tlhe C(lmtlnlctlel states tlhat the two youlung women whotl were m ullnred near Gltzale an Iew weeko since, are treated by theie Indinin with great killdnnens. lrThey ha a tent by Ihellselnes, and are i'urnishd wi.b anll thl e ontfrts annd cnvenlienea whichl the Ic II oftheir lneteleolIe captorse of.r'dse. A prIVa ff aboult eigtlI onest'n ll iln arop counnty nnceollnualied by C.ltrounid I;,rlv 1.ianl wlrlier, recentlll ly maldel nnxedoiloll into tleCnunllllnlncllnihecutnrily lind near the .anl a unntcilka d and n rtlled a large lldy of Colnmanlltellr, iwho, with lheir women andlnl clhildren were ecn coIp Id in a sanlll I) aniel of Ilut strerne. About 30 if Cthe onllnunels wt.ariors weru killed in tihe engnge. mne eo, I tlloy ado nlld euueidnemble blggge destroyen ,, aod it lrFge isnnlnher Iefllnorwes and mlllel eslptnlrenI. flII their return ho' ever, a few Countlll.lnalh" stole ilenitly iltl the drole of Ilorses while feeding ni 'nghl, onl I.y a stanompede" recaptured the whole exeept 93 horses, which tlhe shrewd Castro with ten of hisa warriors had driven far illn advance of tihe. iu company, and which hI suhI.erqently Ihrnlght ill safety to Ingrange. Only twoof the 'eianlls were injured nl this eopedition. The remainder of ile Milan G usrdl Ihave returned from the teIntinr. This corns dlring tIheir n.lonre erected a sltmng fort t tIne " Falls of lie Ilronn," i hichl will be oee.ediugly useful to the setllers in Ihat section. They have disllnived thlroungh tile whole terenl of service the o sl unii'sl indlllstry and inlltepd elorage, andl by their orlderly depnerlmnt and g.enral desire t exteod prot'elion i herever it was lost required, have won tlhe lOfeetisss f1tlhe fronltier setlPre. Gertral lilrrlisltn, a lthe head of aol,it 70 men, re centenlly ,enninnerd a large body of Itndin oIl o hl ea tue, ',nnl after one or two skurlieu , hindlldhg the ell, enlv qlite numerous, retreated In a rulile in order to .egagt thln with more advantage; bhut Ile Indiane fenncot In attack lini in hiia new Iositisli, drew o0l ald retreatel intn a neigllhboring thiekv. BlIing unsle to ur, lTihemi. I retmurned to llhtropt I. It a eporlted hle Int three mein ill his engugeIenlfi tte leos u the Indi. nl is ,not known; it however itmue hlve hmer lnaidelr nldf. of,ýlh iii hn.eii under Ilorlia. wre eneor has nlsrkre.nll elnl Il.ad I1tell Lbooe tgeu-ged is Indisu war inn:. The citizeusot Rof Bn p ranauty ysierioig 01hs whead'the innte ng hfhh d in h testa ti left tuIlmaL thao plre, and h1vn prubbly are thiereue,.lte pur- a suit oftlae Itndins.h From-tieo Telegraph of the ilth instant, wýqjahk the following batlact:-Col. Switecr lhad arti4861t tu-ion. tim, bringing information that all was quiet and tranquil at at Gouzales. A few days before a partny ofs or seven sot Waeoes and Towaceernies were discovered near that or place by the Tonkewas. who immediately gave intfo- Fe maotion of their approach, to the citizens of Gonualas: an a party of whom accompanied by a few Tonkewa war.* e riors, surionnded them in at dicket aal killed the whole. of They wele allon font, and had evidently ventured near Il the town to steal the horss of the citieals. 'riho Telegraph of the Gth says:- ha "Thu President has mode a requisition upon the rte conantriea of Ilarrishnrgh ltrane,la, Aatagordn, Colo- be rmlu, Liberty, and (inivest.n, ta furnish si0 companies ta of volunteers, to serve for six inmnth on the frontiers. mo Fie ol tllea enlopltantes when organsied, will rendas- tit voes at Lu Grange, under tio eunmand of Cotl. Burle- O son, and one will he stationed at Fort Milao, on tile S Iteroe. Hii F.xcellency has made an inmpresive and bh powerful oppetl to the chivalry ot thtose ections, and t we trust it will be responded to with alacrity. si The third year of the Itdependenee of Texas was to celebrated at Houston, in nn appropriate tanner. t. D. Johnson has been appointed Chief Justice of re the County at Galveston. th Father .Muldoon, Vicar General of Texas, whilst a part of-Mexica, is now in the young republic. ti We annea the following interesting article from the i Galveston Civilian of the 8 h : "It is thile ource of much satisfaction to our citizens, that a direct trade between (Great Britain and T'exas, k has becn put upon a permanent and mrtnoally advant Itageous btting. iThe Texian planter, can now emln b hie cotton directly to Englandl, and save over and above e his frmcer return, not only tile enormnous prufit hitherto c, of shlipptne to, utl nnlading and .tt.ring at, that city. e t and tht dilrarence in exrhangebeteen the eurency of SGreat Blritain stti tie UnitedSlttrc, (alwals in bore t of thrfrmear) but alson , tpon the sunplies he will re Squirto lte oxeano-, ieo ill sonce the expense of trace; Ittion from t ie United SthestoTexas, (frlthey cutahe shitpod on a fvrrable terms diretlr to Teus ooas to the ited Sates) the American dutis, and mr chants' profits. To' show how im rtt imprtn e ren the sallest cefn these Items, it ISe i lly IleceseLrv to e atele Ie fIst, that the IBrandot IlBauk of Miesitsippi, has sillppd a lhrge quantity of cotton to Great Britnin, for tie dife faeeoe in exctiange alole. Thae eireunmttnees here lluderi to, t gether with the fEat, that ltoe St iter of Missiesippi and Alaltama, are nowshieippitg their eurpnllte iroducts,directly to Europe, nmti titat Mlieeonrri is enrtevoring to oi.ne andirect traile witl ttl tlae try,t shoatld oiail the ttiealatont of the en i ntlightenal mrcinnio of New Orleans, to tile suicidal polic tlley are purseing, in relttlton to tile clrrencyv of lthe ttt.on aclltt If 'Teon--the fact tlmat, dlaring hI re cent clebaerrnesiiellt in tile rurreney,thev hIave resolved ttllelltrelvea into at alo intnitv of usurions Jewe, ocd lookedl lore lfor their profits il thr'sc*tutse to Ie ex trled by oappreessio and usury, ithan to a liberel sed fatotering policy to.anrds these main sources of tlleir pro.lerity. Ilt purseie: thi C.ourse, they htave driven fron tlhtl., their eleat ylhcble tradsea, nua otlint g Iut Sit. nanoolnmant can retain for their city its present elevatedl station. The alarm of fire was giren last night, and we were infoalrmed that th fire occurred in the vicinity of the Orleans all Rolom.--\ great damllage was done. Tf ft: Lstr Row.-Last night, near the St. Clarles Thlleatre, an attempt was nade to cut off a Spaniard's car, wlhih partly succeeded. The offender was taken, but some Iow, contrived to escape. - EcrIPra Coeats.-2d Day-Three Mile Heats After the rain on Wednesday and the mistiness of the unight, we lad anticipated a dull gluoomy day. Au eont 4 raire--it was bright and fresh and balmy-thoteun out in all his glory, and his warmth a little chastened by the pleasant breeze. Tile horses that were to run were , little known, and noe'greatauakes" o a race was antici r, pated, Ioth frol that fact cnd tihe supposition that tile y trackwould be heavy. The track was not as light as te it might be,although every thing was done to render it sk o, which could be devised. At lthe appointed time tihe horses were brought out. g In conseatqence of the paucity of the visitors to the 0. tr:ck, there n bu ex eite ment. rhere was some nsmall betting, Ihowever, but we could hardly tell which . was the favorite. No great confidence seemed to be felt in either. At the tap ofthe drum, away they went, s Kavtnaugh in the lead. On the second torn, Ben Mor of gn made a little brush to come up, but it was " no go" S-an u the third turn he brushed nearly up, but "the e preacher" let out alittle and came out ahead in pass' ing tile stand for the lIt mtile, which was madee in m. f 5 s. TIheir relative positions were maintained through out the Ileat-Kavenaugh winning it, both seeming to of run under a pull-atd Ben Morgan somehow or other In having a great fondness for the outside fence, which he fit hugged whenever he coult pull in that direction. . Tie second heat was run pretty nmuch after the fash. Son of the first-Morgan either pushing up occasionally 2 to Kavenaugh, or the latter pulling baek to him Bets o had altered a little-.S to one being offered on Kave nauogh and taken. The favorite had the decided ad of vantage, and douhrless could lave made each heat several seconds faster than ets dill. ce I. Y. N.Oliver's Kavenaugh by Bertrand, dam by Di rector, 4 years old, I 0 r 2. F. Duplaetier's IBea Morgan, by Pacific, i dam Angelina Smith, 2 2 TIaE-lat heat, 6 nl. 27 s.-2d do. 6 n. 21 a. r To Iayn there will be one ofthe mlost interesting races 0 ever w:tnessed t Louisiana-4 mile heats. The dine ee, tinguislhed horses Wagner and Josh hell are the com petitors. The track will be i fine order, and these two Scelebrated racers will have an open field for a fair con e. test. We expect to see the course thronged No turf n ite who takes a lmodieum of interest in the nobles spnrt, Swill rbe absent. We understand that a large party of tile gentler sex has been made up to visit the course 70 The mIemler of tlhe Legislature have been invited and ai- doubtless ill tenl. ST. Ctatrnes.-Celeste had another full house last l aevenin--tc see the first reprsentation in this city of tY, the Spirit Brided, a sleclnrle, full of exciting interest, sand in which A*e appears to great advantage. It is to be repented thli evening. Celeste's engagement conti in nnes Iut ten nights longer. I.etthem notbe lost. Oar eitizens will not have an opportunity of sering this ld. charming artiste again for omne time. THa: CAr.--Mncbetls will he played soanight by t.ie Stock Company; after which, the Bedouin Arnbl will appear. W. F. Joi.son.-So much hlar been said of the nmembers of the tnlmricnl profeseion, that we hardly know how to applroneih the aulbject, whesn tree merit" preaent itself for our consideration. Mr. Johusnn, one of thi best " old men" is tile country, to use theatrical parlinme, hes wen frr himself at tlIe. CIamep a deserved reputllion, the present season. In a few days, we hear, his benefit at this house,will come off. If our own npin. ion be any test of Ilia stnding with tile commun.itynra an actor of thle)rst mlslrr, he will have a bumnlper; for tile people or' New Orleans are ever forward to reward eall merit. On another occasion we shall say more on mllisamlbjert. In the mean time let his Yan keb friends ill thism city betir tllhmselve.. The Orlcan ois will not frgret hill. ATL.ANTIC ST'I'AMI NAVIsiA'IoN. Amllilltereollll letter on thim amslject, lrrun an Ameri call ciullztl ill I maolo, is colnioed is n hmlaNmew Y'or.k Courier of lmonday. lIhe writer frnihel thell Iflluow ill lisl m"m.nt vlsselsi molw e.mliioyled ill Ilnvi -ming tmie Almallmmi', nm amso tlhsse wlichs are Ieing built Ior tir-t Wetern--1350 ton', 430 hlorse power, built in Bimmti.l Qoeen-Im00 - loslls .500 horse poa er, built in Iliv'urpmol-lI-50O mmns, 461 horse power, built in Liv. er CidIuIl, (Amls'n)-400 tons, 600 I.horse power, bulil Iltited S.ntes-1-250 tonls, 42_0 hlrse power, built in Liverpool. United smimginman-tI.0 onsn, 4:0 iorse power, built Atlaui-e-lJ.0 tona, 353 horse power, (iron) built ill I.iverpool. New foirk--to I bbuilt in IBristol, of iron. lie thln procseeds in ilea fIllowing interesting strain of remuok: Tihus itllhe course ol teo verars tiherse will he empLmy. 'd hlwte-rmm l:llgmasml mncl li.h United tlnlas lines sm. than rigiht liritilh stemo[ ships; and allowing each to perform eight voyages per nllmm, we shall Iihave a tellam eson ve ance'eut inservals of meral six dsuy; thiss we lsmal he ladelsted to IBrilish elterprise anal Mrlillem slip for Ilim means of eeUlllnunic, ting betweell these two great oulllltrie. oSurely tile Amlerlcans are not io be samisierd with this stat of things ? Ilitherto they have display ed all eterp ie Isnpuralleled-ant ardor ill the Ipuruit of commerce unequallmed-and will they see this great horantl ofir teir trade wreasted fron tihem wishout an er.lrst It there are nat the meann ae pressnt in the United States lor making engines equal to the ealctr prise, thay can t,'tain therm in Englarl, asd in a very lslmrl time it aill ha fiond that thle Allwriean engines will lie am least equal to any in the world. Oatlr ms hi. or has hitherloe soeell adapted to the peeuliarities. ofr countsry, to mie arigation of our immense rivere, lakes and hbav: we areo had lm, o reeaion fih suche strength as tranltsailanie steam;l reiremm; but when the spur i once gienu, and we oe r brounht ito fair eompetition, we shall nst be left behind in either ships or enginel. I h, not nay hisa to disparage what Inns Imeas dnes in Elmgland ; iml tsile esltrarv I glory is Ilsrrellmerieie. It is ,mnulalimi it this va~tl ield wsieh I ast sinking toa. WVbhen I smar tie reecplion which New York gave to ihe Iritieh steamere, I Isis proud shat my countrymen were aso ready to yield to Ihesnl the palm llrfVicelory, anti he stow on tleir.onhmm allders tile wreaths of laurel ; It was the emllemn rf that geeleroua spirit whlich I home will ever clauroeterise Americans. Ithe Britshl pub i are mlusa alive to the inportan-a aft!eam naviganlon,lmhe British iGovernmetll ore not less en; they have lirstclaesstenm vessels building in every dmlirestim, andi enstretm with all tile prineiple engine mhkers is thie kinhmnmm. - i'he W'est Imlin and Brazil mails are t be ncarried by slream, and every allmrt is iia kisg rrllducer. time perid of ,nmmllnanis.tion with nil ti- eslcmsercial, erld. If such Sl tilhe eRorti using in this pountrr, i4 North Aimriaa o he;e acflc-t epbbvi~r1 Havewe nu interest in this grenlithailert Are ~rs dn.ist any to protect ourselves against a fleet of tetae.s, which may now enter all drie and hiarbors io spiteol us? In lotr- Nav tohe neglected and our fleet if ships to be planeyeallhe mearey nf halt a dozen eteaml rs Hae wo'qe i n slteam gnoing ship in'the United States? Have we oflfiers who lrve ever made the science i.f steam their etody i WhVt would beeenmme' usif we were brought into eollsieol with either France nr E:nglnd t What would be the fete of our hboated tt Penmtylvanie, witil a ntea frigate to windward of her. cin armed with a couple of 98 iourdler ? Let our govern. Wl ment think of these tltings, and ask, where is their se Of eurity? I um far from wishing to Onnjire np dreams of war; God forbid that such a calamity ohould ever i I hIell nur country-but the way to preserve peace is to lin Ie preplred for war. 1 ihe rapid pregreass oftlhe United States in commterce rr has been maitnly trerted by individual and privateo on. R terprise. To what is to ibe attributed the success of our beanstifnl packte, whlieh fr so long nperiod haove been the pride of the ocean t To wha t ut superior manage meat; a system of well understood economy; valuing time by the minute, and in placing them in charge oo 1l commanders intelligent, industrious and enterprizing? W Such sre the men to take charge if stearors. Will it l he said that they are not acnmtitted witl the manage- A, nmnt ofsteamer ? Try tbetl, ndl see-and in a very TI short time yon will fl.l that they wdl cotnmamnd their i their Rlhips antd engines also. tli Nwas--Fromn old Papr--lt is well known to our f reeders, probauly,that firmerly people feared tt touch TI the carcane of a dead mad dog, for fear of lecoming ra hid. We did not know however that there was eneh a fact on record as the f the llwi, cut the editorol the tie Boston tMernntile Iournal frotl a paper published in that city in 188a-iN Y Sun. PITTSFIEt.D, Mnss. June to. The blood of tie toad dog, minti.tned in our last, i , whibh was killed in the ehamlcr iofa house in the Shi. her Villnge,jctdged to br about a qultrt, wen taken up ano buried abollt 4 feilfrom ti large pear tree, in ftll i bloom and very thrifty. The third day after, the ties was completely wilted to the bigliest brenches; and it p continues to . ilh r as lst an if it were eceldown. In llslogig the hole, some if thte Ismltrootswee ecut iif, cwhih enabled lie Itisonl to mitgle with the sap, i and coovey its deadiy influence into every part of the tree. ArHEISMn seest to Iblight thie plorest emotions of which ilea mind of nnl. i i.teeeepltile. Noughlt thatl is i lovely in action, oullght that leul to nonrieh feelings Sof exalted philantbnopyq in the toit tmrre.t soil of tlhe Sheart can live within tle influence of its pois~lnoua ex ni e nlntions. A reeature of cold intellectuality, it con ed erns itself not witlh the feelings which elevate huma nity. Why have e e free-thinkers of New York City p Icitiitted W.m. Carver. Esq., tie bosom friend of Tho.. e Iaine, the , ost and urse of the great infidel in Iis last moments, the conspicuous Agrarian leader, to have re e norbs, il his poverty and old age, to snreet begging? In lli eltlciinic,onurted; in his oeniry, left to Iwrisbli y lis qnionlttn friendol. (ii Leifer, son if the moorning, ihow art thou faullen!-Louisville City Oazetlle. cf HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES A A Thursdvy March 14, 1839. Mr. Ilrnshear imoveid to diepense with tie rules anslid r die. The vote stood 2 for nnd 9 agliisot, but foartfifts .n being required the Innlion was lost. rt Mr. Gtlio'l having voted with the 91 members against ti imotiot Inltve tO re dinsiderr. 'ilre nmjority having agreed hlt prulong the adjournlment onlly five days,--ell diipesnation was carridl, and the resolution pasel to re Iolo ti aedjouarnnei nt to the 2Uth inst. and it was then e senllt to the Senaute. A mnotion by Mir Tilomln to tiake uj the hill appoint- r ilul Jlohn Mallenre, Eisq to tilk tie digest of the laws of tle State, was toat. vs Mr Winclester, on behalf of the citceitt.,e appoilnted toe's nxalnie the condltion of III. lit Uni)l Hnk, prreleted Sareport, exhibiring the aleirs ofthat institltiRonas heing n, iin a most flourishing condition. Th'e report was order ed to he printed. 0Mr. Pickett on behaf of the committee to whom: had - Imeen referreld tie stitlot ofitlle Carrotlton liank, repllrt le cd that to grant the Ielition wohld establish a bad preo cedent, and that it was leI late inl tie session for action S oil the subject. itt Mr. Dutebar preeontel a resoluntion ordlering, uoder by the ouperintnodenee of the Bolarli of PIblli Works, a S survey of ed lRicer, and an exalminnion of the o nees sity and costf clesig up Ried RIiver below Black Ri v- er, and of cnlarging the Bayou cut off. Mr. Dunhor I commnitted at the salie time a report of the Civil Engi as neer of tile State, expressing an a prelhension thlat tihe course of the Red Iaver i oold be tuored entirely into it tie Atchalefinya. On nmotioln, the rules were dispensed with, when the rerolution was passed and sent to tte Senate. t. ITe Ilouse took into, conileration the aniendcentsa he of the Senate to the bill to expedile the eonrstrltetion of no the Nashille Rail Ruid. and o atmend tohe Charter of eli the Encbange andl len ,ig Counpnucv. After sootta re. mabrks froom teors. F. D. Coai.ra, Lwis and Itotlif, in he oppositin to tihe amendments, they were carried by it ni, vote of 22 to 16. NMr. I)onlMr prresented a Rill Riilr to to the law IRtIly passed by Ahlbama, prohibiting thie entrance of ole ,'peo le of color into tile bote. Afier .ule amendllluvllts le and debt.te, the bill was Ilaoihnoilrlv passed. Negroes s nd free peo le of color eeierisg the State, are to Ie I1 arrested anil se;t lnk in the sraIno vessel iel whichlliey marrived; and lher he second illenCe. they are cnmdlnlled t th tthie Ilenitetiary nitll thley man fid Iselnrivy iln the I( tn ciltici *,l101, thut they will bhe ircnspiorieit to iforeign

enuntrv, perennelntfly to reside, oi until tie llni-ihmett is eohmonued b ty uie iovierlor iiad Seate. lree mpee he of color and ilnegroes Iraving tihe ntoe fr imore Ic tlll ill ilavs, are prohibiti/ d fromu returnig; those born in the Slate, vre excepted olnoio the ilw. Tbe Speaker subiinttedl n nlessage fronm, Ihe (;nvernor Ily e nhiC the hills graetiingl Ie Ioind-i of tie SiO;it ifi tih .ts Clintntand Port lludso iRll IRoad and lnnking CoII epane, the Bnrrairin Canal t:hiopanv,, old tihe Atlclfn li hIank. Thie imeolge ac roidl dl omade tl e speei.aI id- order for leeo-lrrow. et on nletiol of Mr. WVadswrth, the Iloitse took into consideration the Bill to create the oflice ot Distrite DAtiornev Ir this )istrift ; And tihen the House dljourned. RJeor'der'a Courl, SECOND MUNICIPALITY. Reports of Day Police and Night Watch, March II, 1833. John Jones, arrested foIr attempting to pick a drunken man's pocket. Jones is one of those gentlel en, well know n to the Police, as a keeper of a house ou very ill fame ill the swamp, where he enterani ed C Wray, yenterday, in a way tlhat soon madle Vray 'how olnoe yoieno,' nld than drove hill front his houMe. W.ray got Ibt it little distaeer 11 this way ofrejoiciing, befre lite lost the tee of his ihibs, and was fotnd by the watchman,, prostrate, with Jones, withl one hand i l hia pocket, extracting tile co tetats - Jnnes denied Ihe charge, ani endeav:lored to palm it off on hii brother Steve, between whom there is a remarkad le saiilitnde, nrot only in hIaks, but in feelme n an action, and altogether it might be suplosedthat Sieve's prinplee did not frbid such doings, and tllealtrellmrn'o ildentity of the triso! er was positive. Jones brought forward several witnesses to rovea Ils itaotncatce, nd lamnng.t tile rest anertain Mr. Alired II Foan, a brItheor tottle very respectable lady, married a few days ago at Vicksbnrg, tit Mr. Dlckay. Fnan soys that liet came tttlis cityexpressly in questofinhfrmrtillt respecting tie character and standling nf Iis bntlier in low. Mr. Ducky, bitt af ter diligent n.arb for 5 or 6rdays, hie was unable to obtain any tidings of Mr. Ductknv's clhtrnetcr. Fonn at first said he lived down town witl a friend whose nlml he could not reeollect,hut sub asequently ndtmitled," when told lie wills eet in the swam,'l tlhat helad lived witl Jlone stnll hlis fem eniee associates, in that district, since he came here. Jones watrei rntedrl o iil to usnnl his trill at tile Criminal Court in default of secu rite. John Waleor arrested fte having robtrl-l ir. Willinam Wnaon, after lanving een knocked downt. When IVntur wrs standing in tile police dork, sbout to tell tile Reconrder his occupantr n a Ihusiness, Mr. Vatsnl entered and -.ntt recognier.d him. Watsonll ,was walking n thle Leveer, nelrJulin street, on the 4th illtr. alut 7 o'clock ill the eveninlg, when some person or persons slippeld up behiud hint, nd wilth ane weapon struck hlim on the, hend, harceking him dtown ensr.lect, whlen tiy rrbhred rin of his gold wt ltrrti $ ho-lr-ow i I rEg lie], lid e Could not tell; but onl rncovering his tlinses, lie tihnd two enl hollding Iim, ono at eacii aria, one of whom was the pisnetre, roid ther thrutangir Ihi lhand into his pocket nld tlook thterefon alllbout I 1-2 ldollars, a knifennd pencil, tlad tlhen very delirberatelyv trueck him lnveral blows in lte face, trand lefI hinl; Wilt son ilentifier Vlllnuer, Ilalving sentl hint frequer lip berfore. V'ntrner wae fnlllV I nlmillted to stU.ld Iie trial in defunlt of finding seetlrity. Jla. M. Kenra, arnenei nt tile rerquest of Mark .nr., fior an aS!oItI and bnatery-hrt nd to Criminal tunrt, $:100 bail. Ienry Slan, or John Freeland, charred with killing his eillow aerrant-Committed to stand his trial ineftre the Parishl Court. thrimtian Wray, arrested for being found drunk-Dis ciargedl. John IBlack, alian JoihnTnoulry, arrested for being found latally drunk, and when examined, gave in a false nine--leataiaed nlntil vltiellL&d tbor. Leon Lombanrd, chrged bIty . I Mnrl, with hving aided and assisted Bent. Colieey with assanllsing aml stabbhig limn-ound to Criltaal Coalt, 5i0t bail. FOR LIVERPOOL. STilhe ship ILOlIEIRIT BIIUCE, CapIt lark. neso having Iartof ier canrgo ennged, will meet wihlldespatch. Fur balnne of freight or passage apply to mlf L H GAI.E, 93 Common st FOR NEW YOI.i The A I andl fist sailing ship ..FVANT. Capt. Harllet, will receive immediate di-. palteh, baving Ihe inrvntor tart of her freigilt en Fogage . r balance offireigtl t an ge, apply to 1116 L. I GAI.E, 98 C.o.lmmno at J RAYS & CAITS-5 Philadelphia deroy,, 41o nJ carts, 4 prs ox wleels, 1l trucks, 18 dirt and wood barrows, in store, for sole by m16 CHAIMPLIN & COOPER, 79 &82Jaulia at HIAVANA SFEAiGA -93 qitarter bltesn pina-ipe 11 egaran, A Selgnaedo'a brand, landing from lship Carollna, for sale byh aI16 I BRIDGE & Co, 134 Magazine at 5RN MI.I..M-Itt of Slater's carnbined, corn r, e el a I, rand grindera snitalale fir Ilnntnatrh use, in stnre.for sale by CHAMPLIN & COOPER, mid 79 & 82 Julia at X.CHAN(tiEOn Lotiavlle for $51 lue d ullao l21Sat April for ale by milS A FISK MAYJig&L--Y OF NEW OdLEANAS. lHE price o Iresha flour to-day is $7 perbartel 1 according to the tanril; the bakers shall give do. log the nlsuing week (feret, AMonlayv 1111 i"ast.) :19 oen ces of bread fora rit. Bread of dn ouecndl quallty in required to weigll 25 per coat. moret vii: 48 nounces. marlL C KGENOldr Mavor. I/ UHE SILK itAiSEiS MANUAl--Or Ire art of I rainig and fatding rilkworm antd rtf ioulrirti.,g thle mnulbery tree,bv DI Morita, memnler of seralt I . ed ,clertier, translated rot,, tile Ftrela. Jiot receir ald for ale by A TrowAR 0tllB64 t4 . tST. iHARLES TliEATR~. -: Celeste's Benefit. BOk nooK N.voyW OPEN.: C EIESTE reepetfully infirm. hlr friends anti the Pub!e, that lr IHolnfit is fixed fur MOXDAY, March 18tk, 1839. On whilch occasion sihe lha mauchi leaAire in amnnam- i rmng tim Ifllowing variety, iioveltv and anttretiln, A whih she flatte hierself will umaet with tie approbatii on of her New Orleans friends. Thrie entertainments mt conmence with, time fit time in this city, tile new, highly Ipopular and distinguished Inranle, entitled- 'rEi CHll.D OF 'I1E WRECK!! Translated and adapted to the English stage frtom Itoneff's eelebrated French Drama, which created such a powerful sensationl in Paris. LE MUET' D'INGONVILLE!! Mauriee, the child on the wreck, CELETSE 'Written expresly for, nnd performel by her, at tie t hbentmre Royal Drury Lane, I.odon, last irni Fifty i aunceesive niglts, eani afterwards in all the principtal Thetrea of France, England, and America with dis r ti g iited eclat. linln tih course of the Dram, site will give a de lineatiun of A STORM AND SHIPWRECK!! The Death-The reach-The Grave--The Lament After which a great variety of OPERA DANCES by CELESTE a The whole to eonetide with A NEW GRANI) SPECTACLE. In which CELESTE will appeas. T "Partieulars in Rills of the Day 2t SI On CAS DINAl CHE VEItIS, Arelhiehop I* ýJ of Rnrdemax, by the Rev. J Hlueu Inouorl , ex n Robert M Walsh. Jus lreeived and itrsm e by I m16_ A TOWAR,49 Camp at , NICIIOLAS NICKLEBY-Nos. 7, it and9: also ma the first six aose in one part: withi a variety of very interesting books,Jtet receved; for Fole by f en17 A TOW1A R, 4,9 Camp st it.PANOIL.AIA OF PARIS h 11'8" ENVI-RONS ;TI e esta lishment in sitlluted nliposti:e ie St. Cilrles theatre, and wi' I be apen every day until night fall. - Price of entrance, $1 a lildren under 10 years of age, and servants, half r price. Senaon tickets, $5 et Former season tickets re still goal. mi6 5t III.FEI.DT'P & T.ANSOT. JOTO CE-The Managers of flem nin n 1 Artin's Fair,etill cve inatm ta receive aperimens Oftlteeneici l art priadu.ed in this cit, for prenltome. SAp cimens shuuld bi matnlad in. frntl 7 to 10 o'clock A.m.. Pilips Al.. .Pitmcb A. Mondelli id A. lnanea a, D. fn Cornlova ins A. WV. Scotes P. r. Menuurrier, Secletory. oils5 met CIY -1 NK. g New Orlents, 15 March 1839 me: T IIIS Bank will purclnian . eneth e on elna. to tmi II .It AI.'.FIREY, (:nttient en CITY RAN New Orlelans. 1.5 annh 1B39. t TIr HISt Institution will purchase bills of exchange +I- onn tie north. ed mi16 R J PAIPEY, Cashier ed tIF Mlr. JNO. SANDERS, of Kente iy, i in tile eilv. he will enafer a particulnr favor by mellinm at IIth, oflneofttlis paper. 21 immi L ONDON POR PER, COPPER lS: d l casksl I.ndon p.nrter, 7 dtzen each rt- tebn iheets, braziers copper - 500 pieces Kentucky hbagging tmJ 0(I ceoils itdo btle rope 151 din Renia rope Ier 100 di northern do 50 Inbaskets Ileidsick etamapnane a For sale tv CHIARIES INCHES, 1i m'6 *iw 59 Grarier st m .OUR--500 bils choice brands in store for sale by 1 si m16 (h I)ORSEY, II New Levee Ito IHIISKEY-350 brle rectified, in tore fotr sale by ed m16 t- DORSIR.Y, 41 New Levee me TPhe ntlowin are thie drawn rmalhers lo the Lout. anm Lottery, (eInt 18, extrm. far 1I8I9: to 67 73,1515 3937 46 54 14 31 18 26 39 of TO BE DRAWN Tills DAY. At (i'oelock, in $20,000 !!! Catital Prize. S75 Numlbrs--hT Drawn Ilallots. Tickets only $5. [LOUISIANA LOTTERY. ea Attlthorized by Act nof'legislnetle. ('hlptcr XI.111i, Ie mareli Mltch I. 182,. CIms F itr 18:I19. tmIt Im mrallW ty no Sntmrdny, larvh ltth I1I9, at 6(o'clkiki Ii. at the Eile.'xchlaee lHotel, St. Chlrles et. eD. S. . (;RlEsOI Y & Co. uccess.ors to )ATES gn i rlNT7'I'RE ('ao. iil.ANil S ICH IRM :. pl 2 711: ' P ies, , mutt itntn: tom $t189,170' ti T'Pickets 5 $--Inlvm. fi5s -tl1trtterst $1 I23 lt, Packbutm of `5 tiIklet fom" $1'.1, wmrrnmmmd to hawm an tt lenm.$t. I' Pkmz, ol ta 5 lmhlfl, t kts b Illm .el war rllelrutd to drawat reas!t fn. |'neanes 0l '15 Qtulrter lickm- ts toor $31 25, warrant. d to ldrw m at least $13 Forr Packnges or single 'l'icLk-. inrv at imt6fi 35 Catnl strt el.t, tn .ra atet , TIlE TRUll RICIIES ()F LIFEIS lIE.\ LTh." 1W E KNOW that health and the ability to labor, constitutes tine wealth of the groat nass of tim pcop'o in this, as in In st other coun. trios. To preserve, therefore, that health by natu. ral mnenn is a grand, moral and pulit cal schemo, to filfil which, requires our utmost attention. Tie unprecedented popularity and universal ap. approbation 'which this medicine has achieved throughout the United States, the Canadas, Texas, Mexico, and the West Indies, fully justify Dr. Peters' in warmly and conscientiously recommen. ding them to the a. ecial noticee of the afflie ed. Peters' Vegetable Pills are the s acfst, most offec. tual and economical remedy for di-eases of the human eaontitu ion, that has ever been d scovered. Dr. Peters, the inventor of this invaluable medi. cine, from his knowledge of the human system, derived front a long and extensive practice, has arrived to this conclusion, that the great and pri. mary causes of most diseases is a derangement in the functions of the liver, or in other words an in creased or diminished secretion of the bile. So well is this understood, that it is common for persons to say when they feel unwell, that they are hiliouw, meaning that they have too much bi on the stomach. On the other hand, when the flow of bile is diminished, the process of digesion is imperfectly performe d, the patient becomes weak and emaciated, because nourishment contained in the food taken into the stomach is not properly ex. trsated, and the food is j jected in a crude state. Dr. Peters is confident that the famous Ilygean Theory, so called, that, ,I impurity of the blood is the cause of all diseases," is a great absurdity. Every one wa o reflects on the subject a moment, will perceivelthat impurity ofithe b!ood is a socon. day not a primary complaint-the effect and not the cause ofldisease. When the funetions of the liver are deranged, and the flow of bile increased, it is often taken up by the absorl ent vesse's and carried into the circulations, and becomes mingled wi h tihe blood, as in jaundice, when the patient shows it in his countenanee. Now this impurity ol blood is caused by an increased flow of bile, and to remedy it, you must correct the secretions of the live., and restore it to a healthy state. Dr. Peters has spent much time in experiment ing with different vegetal'e medicmne", tfr diseases of the liver; and now offers his Vegetable Ptil., as the best, most convenient, and cheapest meidi. cine that can he prepared for general use. Dr. Peters flatters himselftlhat his long ex ori. meoting with vegetable medicines has enabled him to discover the true and only substitute answering all the purposes to mercuria s without any of their attendant evils. One great quality eof hi vegetable pills is that they have the alterative principle com. bined with their cathartic, or operative qual tice, so that they not only cleanse the stomach and bowels by purging, but they regulate the liver, change tile morbid secretions, strensthens the digestive organs, purify the blood, invigorate the circulation, and give tone and energy to the ner. vous system. They are mild and pleasant ill their operation, and c nvey almost immediate conviction of their utility from the first dose. They can to taken with safety by persons ofany bge; and tile feeble, the infirm, the nervous, and the delicate, are strengtheneli by their operation, because they clear tthe system of bad humnurs, quiet nervous irrita bility, and invariably produce sound health. The Vegetable Pills are a sure remedy for jaun. dice, sick and nervous headache, dysaepsla, costive. ness, sickness of the stomach, heartburn, all bilious complaints, fevers of all kinds, and if taken at the commencement will invariably check their pro. greoss, and save the patient froms a protracted and dangerous sickness. They are invaluable in ner. vous and hypocondrical affections, lose of ap.e tite, and a I complaints to which females alone are euhject. They operate as a mild and speed, lurge, andare a safe and certain remedy for worms in children. Since I have introduced lmy Vegetablo Pills to the public, I have received numerous certificates oftlheir cuperior efficacy in curing diseases, a' , many letters from relectallo physicians, who have used them in their practice with the best successu. I might publish a small volume of certificates, but consider it unnecessary, as the medicine will recommend itselfto all who wi I make trial oPit. Tile above pills are its boxes, contailg 30 & 40 pills each. Price, 25 & 50 sents p,.r box, Druggists and country merchants call be up. plied, at wholesa e or retail, at Dr. Peters' princi. 1al ollice, no.J5 Poydras street, between Maaz ne m dr & C Ip et ew_ Oreass. nsl . bI I~-iii F Btooteti,, eiioaicler uoa chest per "L ehip Mlomreoums, fr.m i'hiladelbhia, io requesmed to elil a tile sebecriher' sofice sid receive thie sala ol 15- L iI YA. .f,9 C1 mnlllmei sti St. ljkarlea tlhteatre. Thi Eseonig, March Is , Will be presented, lir the Id time in this city,the new and splendid Dranm oftbhe SPIRIT BRIDE.! S ZELA, the magt's daughter,asulming tie chraceters of Ale sen, Greek warrior, CELESTE Tohak, a Tartar chiaf, Hrrison Mire, Mr Harrison Armra, Farren Slhula., S Cocll Corals, Mrs Farrn Ealoso, Plainer Previous to which the Farce of - FRIGHTENED TO DEATH. Jack Phantom, Mr J S Browne Mumpsp Cowell t mily, Mrs De Bar On Monday, Benefit olMad'lle Celeste NEW ORLEANS JOCKEY CLUB RACES!! ECLIPSE COURSE. PRING MERTINGa, 1039, commenced on Wed nesdaly,13th of March, 1839, and contine 5 days Third Day. Jockey Club Purse, $-t00, 4 anile heats, S Fanrt Day. Proprietor's Purse $7tJ4; 2 mile heant. Recond Race-Same iDay. Sweeptatkee for 9 yr olda; eulacription $5004, half forfeit, (mtile heats;) close lst of March,. i FiftL Dat. I'roprietor's Purse $51); tnile heats, beet 3 in 5. fel8 Y. N. O)LIVER, Proprietor METARIE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. T II E Spring lMeetin, for 1839, over the Moetor ('oaree, will eomnence Ilte last Tesdalav, 2fit . March, and contineo six days. First day, sweepstakeo filr 3 venrs old's, two naile Ieat: entrance I$1000; for. Gait, $ !Ar, nine tsubscribers : I. Mulltfert Well as amech f Be eowing, by .evi lhllhn. 2. 1: C S Farrar. 3. D Stephaenron, G C Dublin, by Leviathan, dam by Jerry. t 4. 1H A Tavloe. t . Minor Kenner,g c Greydoc, by Medoc, dam Gray Funnyra by Bertrand. . Ira nith, Maria Duke, by Medoc; dam Cherry Elliotl, lby Sumpter. 7. J y Garrion, tb e Altor , by Fylde, dam by Vir g tiuot. II. Will R Brrow, el f Picayune, by Medec. 9. Janlea Shy, c f Curculio. by Medoc, dam by Snumpter. Same lday. a tmatsl between thle noted trotting horses IMirt nad Confidence, two mile teats ia harnoes for $61181ll. ,y eond Day-Jockey Club Puree, $81100, two imile beats. Same lIay-Sweepstakes for gentleman riders, two ' mile Ibets, entratae $50, the proprietors to add a silver elli ;'f hlat valte nof 1110 . 'ird ltay-Jockey Club purse $121100, tlree mile heats Foaurthl Day-Jockey Club, purse $2010(, four mail sFifth D)ay-Jockey Club purse $6'0, mile hears, best 3 in 5. Same dalv-Sweerpjaekes for 2 years old, mile heats, entra;nce $.)all, forellt $130, seven subscaribers: Alnaaatsrt Wells, W J Minor, A I. Inigaonain, Minr Klneoar, C C S Fnrrar, W It llarrow Jamers Shy. Sixatl It)y---'roprietor's P'urse, $1000, thre, mile Sboaents. SSame I)av-A match totweeen tile retebralte trot ting haroes I',ampeil andIlull, best 3 in,5. ill arnes fir $Ipileo. 1'. CENAr , mSar aerlarv. T la TItE AIIIS I' AND NItANfI P I'.'alNIE;R. J UT'l' rcieI Ielv binl latest n;renls In tet Ilavr, n al splendid aolecat't of 'Artiel'e Itrusies, ptnroes. pal-. (,Is; palla' knives, crayons and partiao ; wanter oOli)arsrd - water colrm preparel with hloney and varnish for dlo tattltnps er eerv dleseripionl. splendid tnlnhogatny anti wmalnut easels, fir portrait painters ; pastel araVllnst ,fr every ealar,o aenil ovry siz o; vaanirltla brulso, flat atr naotnd, very large sirze eanvass. already rtapalredl luldia ink, eullprfeine ;Iarre boxes, frIlly mau.edl with colors, brushes, elegantly fitted rip, &e Ac. Splendlid Allbatls, superbly bound and gilt; colouri , of every del.sriptiao, by cake; sign and ortnmniet ti tolnsid pe wils; still a great quantity of articles of mtant wlhich are tlo nullleros to dellil. "'hle panrincipalcl ,f ,(al.oimies, Teachers of Drawing Mild ltInl , will di well to call at thltt staore aof tile to asubribar ' whiil will acoctlni.nJale lhe allmllrs ied at nrtists favoraly. Ott IN IEI.I.I, in. Noa .5I Cn(tlp strelt e. salear in Paint', Oil, Varniehel and Fancy Articlee , fir painters, wholesole and Retail. mar 7 Im A large VWare hlouse, 311 fet lyv 6 and lot ad mr in Girod street, one lo from ort, allt. Apply Sto ItOVIE & SMAY, s, m r No 3 Crotndele at Ir. FRHEMAN'S INUIIANCE OFFIC'E,lF N. o. .I TlIE Stockholders are hereby notified that the 7th Itotstaleat on their stlek is dine and paoralale on cc. the fitlh r April, at tlie Office of theComapany, 9Il Catmpa he street. mar d. IIUREAU I)INSUItANCE IDES POMPIFR..S, di. lie la Nouvelle Orleans. , V1 eat donne 6 aux sOtaeripteulr qe le 7nle instal S ea, toent sa-r lcur souscriptenm,doit lare poay an avril r. 6, nal bureau de la comlagni 21 Comp set. nl Mlerh 4, 18:;19. i. JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVER AND COPPER-PLATE PRINTER, for Xo. 3, CampSL t IlLI .engravn e and prinot to order, bank notes, billo on of eachngea bills of lading, t iplo as, mecrran tile andl visi:ing cards. notarisl, consular and counting h ouse seols, ldour ploates, silver ware, te..-alneovao0 t mland, an assortmaent or silver plaited and brass door al p,:tos. in I s Cards printed from laltesn already engraved. M. nov20 t NEW ORLEANS AND) NASIVILI.E RAIL ROAD) an COMtPANY. od NEWV ARRANGEMENT. Vl. IET I.ecnulmtive will leave tle I)ept at nt fooent of t a'llll treet, lvery day at 8 A. M. and return at 4 in. 1'. . reaept pSuday's, wlrn she will , Iepart Retulrn 8A.M. 1. P. M. ad, A Car faw private portico, ptroavidetd tial natlaaer ad eulttlacit, nill lie oalll down tim road on ona days' ld evolus otice. ot ilt , 18:91 JAS II CAI.DWEII, Presiden. $100 REWARD. A BLUE Mlorneeo Pocket Book, with steel clasp was lost yeunrdn, containinhg a draft of the Ilal iltto Ilnuit of the Stlate f Arkannma, in favor tlfChe. lRaph , io to e N. Ao rican Trust o.ndt Blking Corn pyeh Yorkh , fr the rai of one hundred and one thuis gad,six hundred elnd siyx dollars, (*101,6nift,) win 10T April,. now payale to the order of Thom S. Willlasoa, Pree. One other ldrlf, some hoak, on the N. A. T. & B. (lonpoan, for fifty thEusand dollars, ($) ,O004.) paoahle to the order of r'Ii. T; Willimnsou, Plea. Al.-a uullber of notteO and other lobligar ons . the dutta ane d aHolt not recollcrcted-- a small sum in oasl. ''h ctnsh and one hndred dollars will be ppim foarthe retr of thle po:ket lchok and papers to the of. fiere ofTito. ii. Lee & Co. or for alny ifolatlion by which tlr owler tmy regail pssessioon a thie pa pers, &.. mior 5 MAT1 OALIT'Y OF NEW ORI.E AN . A GREEABLY to law, aod it, virtue or resoluion of the Council of the Seond tuniloipality, notice is giveml thant an election for Aldermin of Ihe said Municipality, will take place on Monday ltn April noit, fromn 9o'choek A. B. tttll5 o'clock P. M. at the placestand und r the auperilltendene of the persons terelnafter delignatid, to wit : let ward, at tile Exchange Hotel. Inspectors Jount Hewlett aud William McKean. Clerk John Banouin. arti. Itd ward, attillh Municipaol all. Itspeetors Thomas Toby anl William Frere. Clerk I. eKndig. t ward, at lDaniel McAuley's. Inspeetors William T. liHpp and Jottes W. Bellha. Clark G. W. Hurdy. New Orleans, 2IltI March 1839. r ot5 t. GENOtIS, Mayo. SIAIRIE 1)E I.A NOUVELI.E ORLEANS, (ONFIORMIEMENT A Ia lo, eten reru d'lue rV - solution du Conseil de In Miuniclpulilth Not deut, avi ert dlonfl qua I'eleetion dos Aldernmun de In dits Mnicitolith, aura lieu Lundi, ler Avril pro chain, depuis nufluetres du moatin jusqu'A einq heureo de I'rprds midi, done le liensux et soans in dir.ctioi des pernoanrrn ei-tlrr(' destgnies, saoiro: Ier district, a I'Exehange hotel. tnpeeteurn, John Hewlett tud Willi to MeKean. Grelfoer Jhn Braio. aid. h2 dtltriet. A ta mainon mtnitipale. lnospeetuc Thomna Tobit and Williaul t retr. Gtlaor llejttiat Kendig. i3me llslriet, etle Daniel McAtley, lnspelnlot r. A.T. TIlepp and James W. Illueha. (Greffier George W. La Novelle Orltana, 12 Marn 1839 t11.t C. GENOIS, Mtire. N tJtSOU*I HARMONY-A largesuttlplljoot reI *1 rcoled and for sale by tihe gosa tr donon, or soin gle, by A TOWAR, n tr 9 49 Camp at SOIL.-.0) casks rwitter strineti,an i 39 cansks atmaetr etrained lsperm Oil, Otit sale by mar 9 ! BRIDGE &,eo. 13l1 lngahlte et 151 REWARD. IIBCONI)EI) a few dave since, tle n.ero hty A 'Gyrrrge, sot~tittee et.lic ,inosell Jii (ttlir lbout lH `-'at venes of age, flat tore, titk lipt , is liploeed It'Ihtlroitre] tunotwhere ,It Cartl erlett. 'r1'h ah"., rn: d will be paid Ior his Iliiivery at A . ChO.p S't. Tkeatre. THiS EVENINi MAItRCH 16, 1836, Wllhlbe lrmoen(ud the Tragedy of IMACBETH . Macla"h, .- " MrFrederickk Macduff, ' . Fielding Lirly MaIcbeth,, " it Mr Greemne Afntr hirh ,Will be preesened the play of the .SHEIK OF Til 'DESKiRTrT Sheik, Mr YIldldng All," 3 Haean, BEDOUIN ARAIS Hozzen) nl~*s Juiet) Mirrtaeotell Anne Twitter, MrsOGeene S GWonD--3 tennm Campeohly Logwood, laAd L ineg froee, brig Asia, Plr sWle bW r V Smar 8 8 JP WHlTNEY,.73Camp st DtiSdBOLUTION mW COt'ATTNERESTiI-Theo Ue ('nlartnerstDp herelnitre elAtlinL between the nsbescrlibcr, in tle style oefFrncis V Yore E Co is dilmdved by nmutual ensellt. FE KVs alone will li quidate the affairs of the late cnEoner. FIIANCIrs E VUSE. mar t W P BERRY. WANTED . From 500 to 1000 iatrese Stom- in Citizes BawS. L'HOEwishing to mel, wi do well w to entll and sleave Ieirnamen alo:r of toue, at the mlore of Englieh & Silveuter, olretmite ttte Arcdeir. Ceanery stock alone in decied. S E VAMP. mar 9 3w LADIEd' & GENTLEMEN'S GOLD CHAf % lILIAM BEL.L. haa tbis day rrceieed a gued em 5 surtment, wlhieh will le oLfered reeaimsrbly cheap. No 8 Chirflar e N H Ol gold and silver taken in erchange. mar 8 A BOOK BINDElCWANTE iAd Vi~ - A- ]'i"-6g+ b"h i~"i-.itl:~ln-W~tD.t-~., mar 8 cr Calnp and Comnma e l .I rUcK;i-n-140 ps heay and iigirlc Rel'i~v,..-|).-"k~l.-m nLr isng nd or sale b y i & J P WlIITNEIY (1 LOTHiIG-fa earoa flannel mail cetran eelrped ttshirts, for snle by lIIALL BiIOW+ N, mar 8 96 isgazine at Q OAP--511 Itaxes Memakm & Itobdiln' tranela in mart8 9q Magazie mall '- TIC'--The Bar Eeres ona tie Elpee Rare Corsre are for rent, far the enauing Retie, rem Teneinr ou Wednesday thoe 13th oflareth, Apply to mert " Y NI)IlVEIL. WVASHINGTON BALL BnLOr Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philipstreeto , etwern Rotal & imirbon. R"sHI~le hnae oflhe r thve nMaeld Ball Immi,grtem f lt hf riends nntllhr Iiblic Fat the aIcenral lolled limrntage besaoe nen him Inrceer saleeru n, reip-etfitlly infenrs tliera that the eetatliahnient ha. bren enlarged for the aiuslneret oT viaitore, and tin lergeon inohetr*e repair. Tahe bar will r ha arpasseeI iy lria no qarliey etliqliore. andr Ie Reolnurat t ill Ie ke t by ells ailent Ieastaaraintr in tilhe aUnited Stte. T i rmllnwmill re-aopen on Saturday venig, 3rd af Nova ahelr nemlt, i r RANDI I)RES & MASQUOIERADE BAL.. and will take tlaes asonaal viery Mndnln y, Wedlere dse and Satrlleav cveeing, ditring the seasoen,wich m ill amnd on time lam af ay, 1939. N. B. Tie grea etmataitention will ba paid to br*e lig perfect order throughaut l es, oanblisemeant. as waI done lustest on. miY NEW--~-ttiflNHi; E~WH ~ February 125, 1139. S ('uleclcor .tnce,.Idc Mlllielqlalily. "IWJOTICE ti owtters oif haekh, dreys, &c-The ft-l yI. lning ordineeeii will le etietly enfored : Resolvaqe, tlnt whenever the Maynr slMall fire a li acense fur drays cIar or other carrigrs, aitid licene eshmhll he il meditely erndorasd on tile hack be tIme faer wilh la is rectr-ipt, and evera perCon negletlitg to ebIntin soid crdncseeui enldi rceilt on the bi of hli licence, rall pay Min noet seerliel e benllded dinllrtee, al fer tilme city, ad tother half leo time na fmmramm-r. A 1iprered Dmem-aibh-e~t 1221. Alse tire oirl wing ordincaee of the Coa neil ef tle sr e~ond imunicilpality, i tIme Fbllnm, imig oana towit:- lie it ordlneind, thnatrn slid aner a lim lnulte; aeny .er Isalt wjbO ehll ren a him i, drly, or cartl, ithti till Roecai monicip.htay , wcillnettr hnaisig preilae eoli t tained a licetme II;mrelor, frmne tilie Maymr ef ilielty, hall le snldjert teo fine oa nemt lsmI lanti elell.yfe a, dollaira, nIr ,iire han one hinilrcd dallnr,, t hae rcr ircd lemflre illy mourt af comipeeut jeritditin e;- Preveldlithat any hack, drav. tir cart do rnn wilhone at licaen laeenid. eallI be subjeit to be rinl-'d li the clllll.ctor ot ealm- ina hcErLs, drnvYe eerie, Ae., or hVe ral 'fcPr oepnlire, hd detlm-tmid entil the flne le orcRl elall liabe psid rent tile itvnr the 14th dan mfJes, IBtT. Nkineld, - Signed JOhIIUA Iti.D IN, Rlneerdrr. a W II c'rJ.Trar eallectr arf hbicek draC. a.S iNVoaeell OruiDri, IFmr-crr em 2,, tIRA. R Od eils prtprieair dm-tini mreo, rlyntn. Iarl. I;,Vt, it ill. ilrlar E an irm in d or. frism Grader .r at the Pitn C l d elus--qlle tobtin Ii n i oiieml ee Iiem e ail die l Ile r n lil ]r i cllullll loafe ileat'lilhlll+,lbnn), b-e ln dilF Iiri·llra litlvrn Clre illllnet isltl~lnlnl elld.)lssl Sillr l ibispar • c mm,,,ee Vc ,)! rein etm imim'mqnaan eamileiti'lm Oiflllelli r of o i ril abl lliO lltl it.ll re su Sue e t..'+Io l ntliccr ceei-rli imlla A P'imtmllcl m tlt lirImti se, eam llleiti reong laii;', i- I mire lancimll~ peelr Ili ,l-.Latmimel.--Ap prnlcel, Ic 21 I)ttenmrem, I,)1. tIle tibet' m, lmtrdomllllemme liIanate lll Canreil de luilmd 31 tumid lum-il, em, lee mnuteil~llls~vl .'CLl-iim ilmrdnnea qpl'aPr I~elle dale, aletme per lie PeIlletii fern ' murir en eummlmtr mmlqdra ysy, AIr, mlins li S*ic tammnimia +liii', cane ae.tnir ellitelim imlbl'lldeniim'tm, nno licl~ncetir I()'S~ll il Mi, eie cels villi , am-emelljsit i I lleSd¢ S|e .. jmttlle I(l. d'tln dlmemalnlrderont ae nnll COned lie jumriellliln Iiliilf.Wte . Ptlalca qne - nete iaOntleta cdrltay &e. qni calentreae in adite liellee, eerlilm slJlat mj m ittremimi piarlcrmhlcear de tmxea a'lr let leellituare Ilreye, Am', ca par ancnan mitieler drla paller, i!1 iletnlljneque In lnaemlihe anlde oail payire. En aonyS na Mairk leI 14 jin 1,i'S7. at JOSIIUA BALDWIN, Becerdler 7V II %a'naeoe.cmdlectiur de iacbs, draye, rolpnr 'lA tlra ct plil mereiers. Jil feb21 en CARDS 117 IINTEII am Ihe slnlmrical Notice, in i/e iolu e, c/lignat imurner, in Illuthk or Csatired InKI, on ananl. led, Imhl--lrchm mhke - Plahl S releal Cu lati, amd P'm-trim-a eicyc m-rm-irule a TItUt AMKEICAN OF FICE, moremer ef Piydrca and St. Charlee ste. Sneerl New and Iteertiful Feaalta of T1Pc hum jult been eadled lo the EStlobuioke*ne. B, Ordoerermeaied at Coamptinr Room, it. Ciarlefe Eheane, 3rd door Frcliti Grelesr at.,or at the Printing m Ia Ol lleeeer ofl'oydrae &.St. C~taler aitmemt. n.*l "D1-( GREAT ATTRACTION!! At No. 53 Magaznle street, over S. Lrey's Auction Rom, opponsote Book'e Aersde. M R GILLER arespectfully informs the public that the colebroted tPlate of CLEOPATRA, Queen of Egypt, Which hoa heen e lhibited in most of the priecipal cities of thle inion, to the lively admierttiom of many thousand visoiterst, li rrivel in this citly, ad is now being ehbiltited for a short time only, from 9 u'cocnk A I, to 9 o'clock, P M. ilfiAdittioane, 50 csnts; Season tiekets, $1. Febl--f. COTTON CIRCULARS as PRINTED rwith the Gnurest Expedition, and in a style unsurpassed in New O(tLEANS, or else where. ORoD.nS left otComerPZI Roon in S. Charles Ex clhange, (Corner of Granier St.) or at o R U I - AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE, corner of Poydrea and St Charles Sitets, will s proemply allendcd to. Dec. ?-if. OWEL.CCOTTONS--40a his 7.B and 4-4 and 1. Twilled Lowell Cottocn, for sale by n 1:r ( IS21AC 811 liE X ho,134 Mlsgneinest J L. BROWN'S Pelert Platforut Baonees.--iro e cars can laid at 53 Bienvilie stlcet, Patent Plat form Balances, superior to any over offenrd in Ihil city. Ikle W I t CARNES. TO MERCHANTS. I2'MERCHANTS ean have a BiEAUTIFUt. CItCU 1 LAo struck qgfat four houra Nortee, by enstng at the Compting Room oJ T'RUE AMERICAN PIaNTsrno; O Orric, St. Charles Exchange, adjouniain te REA ton Room at Corner of Gravior street, orat the Itint ing Office, cornerof Poydras and St. Charles streets. I.n EA'IIEII - o-By chip A iurn rll elegant ase tr o mentofldinrot colored ptnelos, rcived otd tfor ale by GOSSIP & Co, Enxchm,ge Iei, fre25 t Chroles °t nTEAI BOAT BILLS. O WNER.9, AGENTS, or CAPTAINS of STEAM BOATS can hoa e their Bills struck of, in one or atoeo Colored Inks, da Pl or Colored Paper, with dscpatch, nad on fier ermlnes, by leasing their SORotEnsaTRRUE AMERICAN OFFIICE, corner of Poydras and St. Charles streets. Nnv2--ttf S t EWAR -My servant uwoman Comfurt,aiseillmd heroelf about ten dawi since, and is no loubt lucking about in the Seconl Mutici polity. Thonb ove remean wjtl be paid for her being lodged in any of the JaiI of the city, mtar 94, 4 .I W BRIEDLOVE. VALUABLE ENGLISH WORKs. M EMOIItRS of Cout Grmmoult, by A Hamilton, translated from tite French, wti iotes and illu. trations, in _3 vlumos. Metnoir f P'lhilip Do C'oomine ienotningi tihe his torv of, Louis lte rth, and t.lt'ler thelith of Fratce, sud of Clharles the Hold, l)ke of IBar goody, to which Princes he wan seorerto : ar also r le hi~rtory of Edward the 41)I, and Heilry 711, of Eeglland, ,n ` vole, Menmoirs of Lay Hnmiltot, with illnstrtiono, attec dotes of lUnnv of her most psrtihlcir fiiemtl said r dislingu:shed eontenpororier, eolbellibhed wlmit a flloe portratit after Rotoney. e. Ther rcniteron, or ten dayeItcrisinnrent, of Boccl inscrndii the rsppressed nrovels n nsi.nted tlie Italian, to lwhl:h tire prefixed rerorks w'm'. Y o th ill ifald writiegs of BLn.cncci,. ino voLe Ia Forinlo by W nIcKEAN,icortomp & Commiuo - rn 13 fraal y SIIALI. & tRibl, nt2 xi 1rpa, I

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