Newspaper of True American, April 1, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated April 1, 1839 Page 2
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".s.y 'Al4 f .......: Se :'ý , .ma n`><, Iga . ` :9 ,- en Bedford UN~-Yrk 1, 33lo. .",, } - d;-'AeCarlest J TeyerA i y fsr 'hMobile. shSbrklo* Jelriklis 30, l d, 'd ,ý- R& 13,0,, t. St Th Sto., org $ t : fo are Mlleuder L Si'I.,ol., Lierol, G lcklire -" 'k 'at"' rLiverpool, orodAdams Whialll nvdck orN ork, 031t'` 0,,r hur ,h N lo . S c co " Ias.Vi furN E ork, H Gle Ar,., -~rL LII 0.1. rau61rVr A Chaplevil f Bar. soG0,. A Bridge 0I11,olphra,. rý1"r ;etýlkr~i NwYork. Ch its Uizey t 31f14ohile. Aahbridge & Jenkin ";. A 35P3 , for M,1obil,. Zanrvf.Ell o otn Ashbiilg. I. Jenrnn. S.raslr, for . P or ,i,,Pi.n &, forn; Attrkena, W~nkariMautcr Wrkey µk ar ttaap®, Mastler .,, e'kle at fmLiverpool, JO rimshaw Berkey Hikey Coz's &r blster rAobrl BucaCorsn, fr Sa~nnnsll, T C Jerkin. L$ esup Packet New York, Wright, fur Galt anion. Bogart 4 Hawthorn ARRIVALS. March 29, 1339. Tow boat Post Roy, Limhert, from NE p,.t. 1.,,in. Lowed te99nl'argee Williaru,roarroed Lothe city with tcbrs Sabi ntard Emble. Lft theI b.,,, 10e 22,1, u1l., et 8 A 31. Re Rohr ...i1, Moorb,.4 day. from Mu,,,ess, to Rlorlup '4'Har. nqt: , o, :3rd oh., to~.. I Legeudre 51.a.er N31 York, Burg4. from Cincinnapi. Steamer Aj,.,, 1.11, D04mo,,, from Natchitoch ctseamer Minisl, Carter, fromt Lqllirviiia. Steamer P Miller. Frisians fromt Memphis.l Steamer Rucker Hill, Powell. from Manchester. Steamer Al,. P..e,,. from Martinsvillsr , 5.1,,,C,,.o Dupre,, Gordo...n . fl ,, Opolou.,.. UStamerw ,, Pm ltr, Dr,,y;',,,N 1,S Martinsille. Steamer Rodnepy, Wen llnnrb, train Lal oohs.e Steamesr Sarnia, Il o) ,vnd, fromI Op30, 8: Steamer Peki, 1,p11k Vom T Clrrbo l'0 Steamerrmolamhioio , ann. fromn Ful Lon. Steamer Teeehe.Ollnuvin, from Natchitoches.cl Pool Jones, Scott, f, am LaTflurche. Sissies Yazoo. I.ullol,,, fro. William.,-ending. Ster) John Joy. Masonl, fron For 4 Gi ,,son f Steamer Comin~idoHryglp .. from Ci0ci4ln.,ii. Ipt, CImd..Formosa, 0bor 0, bolom P lltburg. lo U SL.tr..Cer l, William fro , N E ,plo. havigl1 Il1I n '4-. " the awaiting 30th 0la0 . 4,,,rt. side.3 r . I .ont Pucip 0 t,,ed in a l.rge s.ip wIt h b'i.ht side., and ichr .4 UIU112 in the rivr. EXPORiTS. Slanh 30, 1839. IIATANZAS..Por echoo Wllly..cnn,, 40, bls tigar, ad. small lot fruit, to K h,,koli,,, 004 Ia. HAVANA..Parrchr Emblem.. Cargo, 61 Ilrr sugar. 12.5 hags 0offe, to C c Vo,,3, 0g, C, l.,,0oll 00 Tr ,ut. HAVAPE.;Per whip I.afayi te..Cergu. 1170 bales cotton, and - VR C lc P. o, WY: ' . y , .ine. ..... . ... ...rh An,,tio,-ch, 0C030 ,. 1902 hale, 00003., " LIVERPOOOL..Por ship 19ichisart:.Cargo, 1444 boles orsot LVE......NPer .hip Gdar.. Carg,1..049 Wire cotton. ........... Per .hip S Cloud..Corgo. _00 bales cotton. M .............Pr 3,,p ,1 .C,..100 p, 1 9!i7balesg ot. 07 and 500 "Is flour. . ~ c,,Ptr brig ,4irkby..C ,0. 1110 bales 30tion, 'ýyNCW YUAK..P3rship .lt,. rhioky, 30h 11 h.3434ol. *4 3OR A ale RC . to.., 10 IIhd, tob-co, 1 hI0 bib 1134r, 6 l.A. oil. * ..X ..........Perb,,.g W ,llin3sby..Cpk. .C.,, .II 0,or. S...·......·..... Per Tecums .Cilo, 43061;+ Po1rk, 70,,d 3o3o. 853 ox hides, 130 kegs buckwheant, 1000 busherls corn. ....·..........Per brig Couen·Jian.. Cara,,. 21 lidr~amr. ..~............Pirrlehr Olary..Cargo, 2613 bla pork, 113U ush- VE qlx conlch REA GAUZ. Per eo-r Water -Wltch..Corgo, dry cards, pork.200 sacks corn, 86 [its tobacco. ~...............Per .,lie Exchange-CargoCo 539 bit four, 414 hider, 13 tons iron.. GALVESTON..Por ache Gold- Hunter..Corgo, ironl, books, I 'coatings ¢c, i..............Pat PacketNew York.. Cargo, small lots ail, rice sugar, corn, furnilture, wODen w are, cutlery, r cc YORILE..Perseclr Sun..Corao. 100 piercei bagg~ing. 67 roils 6 rope, 5 bales twine, lot plig ironl, 40 hds suglar, 5 itI casks claret. " ......;....... Per sshr Constitution.. Cargo, small lots coif brandy winea, whiskeoy, gin, ropes, bagg~ing, to. F Rae. soup, cndles Jlc. PORT AU PRINCE..Por sclhr Iloroine--350 his flour, 68 do oqrk, lullg . lard. 243 pieces bagging, ...It n Iota lslt rice, hc. ATTAKAI'AS..Perechr Fancy. Cargo, 910081ias, provision .......Par achr WaramH..1, ballastl. it ".OOX'S 'POINT..Psrr·elhr Boston Pocket..Cergn, sma~ll lots l gwoerlas~provi.ionr, agricultural Imtpllsmllnt , +.$AVANNAH.. Per che Robert Bruce.. Cargo, 174 lids bacon, r 190 kegs lutd.I RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. N_,, Iri4odo,.Osn 1 01 orTwA,,..Ior.,. 27 bo.las rnol, J e (e & a, duu,-inyrt~ur. Ar, inclAell; 110 -A dye a" co. SI do, A Mouton & r 6. do, C T01edooo. 211 do, Tay.lor, Gwrdnw,'o c, 24 do WIli,,, 0loo I, 211, [ )u6,0. e, &, rmnnll, 33 d4, Conolrl &.Grldly, 3 do, A Ledoux 4 o, 429 idsh , owne,,,n board. 1,11 1r..Po.. W 0...orPul Jnn2s..Cnro,. 44 hdn' 1.0ur,,. moobb liolm., n, W Boert, All10 V ,s lu ,Wlw,. IBrllP5der , Mce. as & Wrigkt, 31 bdt augerr 511, molalalara L tslllbtl Thoum p- eon, 10911,1, metas~ies, A It Vorret,50 hal:e Incl.o J It )1Ull~hO 5 held togas; This ololuse. Alnssml 4 co, 31 his m0101101, Hur 040on5, C24g0 co. PLst0bIi0,b..P,. steamer Fnrm,. 'P .Ce,," 20 6. gln me. Oai'&,.en,'& bitb4,Omn,.ao, T G CI sl,,,wrlaij, 511 hlat ýI4,s s glee, N W Scolos, 51 bits clsrnuir, Islr o 4 Gainesc .IlIb n swure, H fanllnal n bnla 0. 72 , 11,do glees ,9r, 47 bite gla~ewwro, All Pro,2hod. 144 his g12,sw0re. 175 .lswIndo2900s. 21 hI s ,Wibkev, 5 baskets 0ine, W Jhnl0 1I1Iblollw', Moore & Clarke 50 122 I le,. Pirc, Sh24w,,, & b brI0,I,l n05 ms w llry, 4150 I, f1loo, 24 ld. ldbac. NI C.,wdl,. Lt. bib whisky, 50d.2da le, :1ki., ,, I ho, At MI aslet.., 20 :M.de ba2,n, J A Mo,,ell. 210 5l4.pp k, Laynl 2 A,,.,l.I 204.424 b1les conlhto nI,,l, & co, 46d?,0LocLkhal, Fear,, & 2,,,,. gl1.Sbsa i 2Orcloldl.02.u2i .2P Ac; l balelso lt2222l2.2 o. WIooJ -o ol,'Pmn.n - .1 2.401,w ,.WLllintod Lrndine.". Prltanmar -Ynano..C'argn. 488 babeo 0511102n Laureate & C(Inll,.n, 171 i.., Kiiknw., Alernathy 4' Rmeyn 174,, 03,,,,' Brown & co, 2I.1oJ II Blll &-,241id. N 1b, Dick,. 1dokll & 1,,,,4'ITrks,. 21 do, 4,52.lh , Liner. 1 '~ick,.14do, Pickeit.3Baks 116. cleCttlll, Armolur, Lake & Giletannl oI Pe It'an CowlmwloaHI·ygllll2. .,Cao, 1113 hl4po,', I? Iiid.Io,,,,,, 005.,, 1 22hlgone, 39 lll lod. J It .Bmiy ' I,!9 balesm r ,A D(;w.., 057 5,,. kim2,,d TIIysr & mm9 hIO'1low.ry 91.1 i, & Sigooomo. .3212l' 11fo.or 1J Lo,,,o 0 'el. 1,bI pork, 2AhIhslfdt2r,,1, 444 I do~y.,. J 31.,1,,,, 50 1 Im dolsr blm,-0 Collier,,ud ,dry othw,,, n aura 21 " Fart Giknl.,o, ,Thh,. Car., 30 Idw, conton, Pikcklt & Ranki, ltan B, 2W2n,_230 do, z. ., Ollpk,, P.ol tri.2mm bo2 .w i lwlI.boef hides. II Mw.so, 10 (,,d4m, '712J,,.m,3 .nl ll, J.311avil2'1w2um12 14 pcks p.oi Ibm h 'g one.o ; D00i4l0o c3 3o~.lli, 24 pa.2k2,,2 trmerl..P4 andbear knm ins.m1. 1. L.s,'o ,l lols hido.I. k m19,n1 a and niter ms:ini. I C1,u oy &owd 21 pucks pel2rim21 ' IhreHn·.L~I6 b `On 3Dth~i~n!., 61,0 steam r Bryxhtr met~ A talanta a the foo ef4ý'ar Atlanta reach; with hIlcry:nderls ud uthl. putts of her o . bioery. TIiE MARKEIS. "I ER '021. C02TO2 MIARKET, 7,bruurv 7t1,, 1317. Throelboupand liars f aitogcu, foundl purclasersrlhl l dav. l'iiilooo rraarrrte~l chiefl in 40,olor on dIlel ptiliur fun, 54J mo 04,! bo. ' o1nuePosau I Friday n,,,,,loJd 1o ,0201a 2gm. " I.DON MONEY 1 IAIIKST F.'I...idn. rl .P. bmomsmIIlmdI112,,hnry; P r i,,.., Ornln~ in th24 thfw Begll. gaestla ll-wolln d not he gqielly adjul,.r·d. 4:onl~olr, however, Yarn rallied to 92 An 1 fur moneay, slid a:lt to 4 for ac, oust. LOUI VILLE MIARK T..I botmh 03. EIAIA4RKS..Tko ri2r 006pl00./0 a a fair stage and is rlatnlg.140,voca,,,100lI I' dry g2.lmJ. t2, hom bee1.. 12goo b:Uall, 0.,9'bb. hsor sown, I222' rnceiplt '1f bIry goo,[,, tied the slock',jaoucl very large an, complete, a nd off n s g' lrr 454211l1222lll2 to. c.1 y diluw0 thl22,.2,,.e ever WIwol offored kl this market. BAGLGING AND ROPE..Wo wotirho no' of 1.3 pia72 no 19 spinsat 1 1 cw,,ns: 1l59coils Rope at R acllosl, and 1510 a 7i Ion pound lot of IBmggingandl Ro1e, ,,, ,,,,,lk,, ' 1 1 25l ,1 . - Emw,,hri mhle atewi, wrn o20.i1Sd at 5 m,,,.,, Arrlived lthi .wnk i4 Bllsggi,, 14121 pieces; lIippr,'I 4.1I,1; tk ol n han11. lp1117.. dr'i'ed 1l1O' .222k of R211 144150 2221; slilpped l 47 cnllm; stobk 22 622n01. * ALON.T re I,,al of7,05 round f1om wagons are 2221ly .at 70t, anld ur, nsioullylb at 7c. flukel to somte extent f. ou .2e 7, u Fe. Heins f1r1 7.ore. lOc.flrom ..Sao 02,. COFFEE~ We notice 1,,1600 of Rio annd Uulao., ·at 134 a 131 41-bll. .0olmallr ,',lnm', 112, a I11. .;f4.Dlaioo 24 nI 1'1,.. Arnimol this 0em1 0 ,116710,o. ,C01TON..10l..of.'.wnnonamo at 14. Arrived Ilis week W 'Q 1 YAR744.-. 4. 500, 17'; 600, 6. 722, Ise; 8)(1, ..Vsyy littl Flo., is ·triving·nd the' k m. U Ills m'k iIb lbL2'1baOm~,. d,.II. Wo 2201l112n to q2222 .i $6 by 41 0btskelrfro 'qwaon, atm n-. InLorelswe qllulote a ,j;2tA~ik609bn bmcnw.e e., Ony mon.'nd ane, in mI allI 1ove 42un rom mt 45c.' mark ,oonl oI clients sill p*mplesi. ad .2 he1 d4. 7004111 WequoteI' ml $1fur Alw e, and 010 for .Oac.. AIrrsvel33mtim,. .T Xnm4ir0 79., IraO lbs w.nrebhousnr Liverpool 90. Arrived 4lnmd lwk 2nn bgslforeign. .9mm q`V ; ben. ol abmy( , huhdo. io,.7}. A.. ildI k27aWi.. 1 ¢ ·~. Ollr last quota Iona of 10 a S1I W fo N..2; 8 m8 , a $59 fur No. 3; ,,dndmok... s®lbwatr Inder tihe llarbet SWnqotn a: 36m2t44 nor comm1on 0 rom f e - pea'ao Yp --T 3me , tanks 1he by, the East 1 ialrl.On Nfw~Oflans; tn hak of enukylke 113 ak il 4l'Nda orrouiue4mo h bl il +"' ' n 'lbnrlmoofl,.wyoills} b00,lI,* rlii, I .IpaI 951 1'md CpIP. M1- PauI, of trWorks; C abases' Hntok of Ala. RodmnFUo. lPinsa, Wes) Feliel. 71 Tennnnsem, 4; AloIpnun, 9.a7. in grnet ,iun.l4iad I. rmadilynA pr' Tbh port "va of oheo Unio m W b Co0o.l hnk of 240hrk. " j L aw0d 00uome: Porklli Flour, Ban 4-iddinn,, 0nd Norh- I .Cmlo hip 7enaior 1, jAOS-3Ima1sa Jo. 0005 E f, l os o VNI y'H4AQ$_-3Bho 1 n tor fWr4 siew bse milml (I DORSEY, 44 New Levee I u -iu.nsmction with tlht Oslice is a ~PLENDio ANDEXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE S FOR TtKg PRINTING OF: a , spp 4.ts. I lank oCcbe Catalogtes 3ills of La~id ng ,f SLabelsh•. Dray msCot., Tooth! Lsegan Notices i Auc.Toaoth W Bill Form.s, J 5+ . np,' Steam Boat BlAue 7 nli n Aaid very dsrcriptlon e fJob V.Yrk that nay bsp eqthsire d. "FTlE I'RUE A IERIC .N. ay UI'sIai HY Jonas EullNflIn. APITRF'UL AND BOLD. .-....M'ij I)AY APRIL 1, I39. Tine fd llowia gnentlemen are prersented for Aldermen in Second iltttieipdiltv. 1st Ward-J. H. Caldwell, Spencer (loyd, Jas. P. Freett mtlt, 1'.t). Men. 2d Ward--Sim'I. J. Peters, Et. Yorke and II Lock 3dl Ward-B. Whitney, J. Hall and E. W Sewell. CITIZENo. W reare authorized to anlnounce MIR. A. W. ScATE. ras a Candidate for Alderman ofthe First Word, Second Municipality, and to say that he will be supported by MANY VOTERS. SWe were mnisiforlned in stating that DR. RononITs is 'oat a Candidate for Alderman of the First Ward- h ne has consented to serve, if eicled. The Elretion, fur the lit ward are held at the Exchang., Hlotel, St. Charles street, in the Rotunda up stairs. II tile Second Ward. at the Municipality Hall. tn the 3rd W.rd, at Dan'. Mcl.auley's, corner of Huntera asd Thapitoulae street. The Ilanicipnl elretiron commence, this morning, at 10 oI'rlock. nl continule until 5. nmo people may think this is of hut little importance, but for our own part, werolsidor that on the result elthis day's contest greatly depiends the continuance of the prosperity of this sertion of the city. Far thrIee years thie aftirs if the second MnlIlcipality, have been adlnninistared by nearly the saome meni;nd we have reen and felt thle nriny benflactl eelets oftheir enlightened eenirpriae sd h rmou.tiioi ,onet etofaction. tin tnnl urllwho lare s.t in our counril for the rlt three yrrs.nlad illn surhmea as .tln.ls. J. P. FrerI aId Dr. Rogers, t intelligellnllt pa t of the comannnaity Iave collis!an, for their views of iprovemenl t lire enlarged, andi the ilerest tihy have at slioe is deyp. We woiuld piricularly urge it upon every citlien to n, "t faii ward, evenl nat milch inCollrenieier ,.o.I'r. .-'onthA, i ir m thl,se who hove - c-nait capable aind elicientl. l.t tbhtt+ e. plrti Ultarly ;ivoid gilin- their lsl agea l to tle n who seek the omice, merely wilh a view (o their oWi ugr;ldiizelent, the elevntion oftheir ow frietlds to ofice and the undoing ofall that has aready beern achieved. In all humlnility, we re of opinion that no better men could ihe selected, thn tllose comprising the Ticket at the head of our paper..l.t the lovermoforder and improvemeut unite up.i on it and they miy rest'assured of success. e ae are anlhorizeed to state, nn behalfof Mr. Caldwell, U that the has had no hand or share in the formation of annvy d ticket ~hnate er. He is a coandidate, without concert of a actioin witlh all one, nd aexpects no support except of from the anbiasoed opinionis of his fellow citizens. ~--------=3pi GREAT TIIEA'I'RICAL ENGAGEMENT. CELESTE concluded her engagemenat on Saturday - night, at the St. Chalrs The tre, to a hIouse crowded from pit to dome--evry sent was occupied in thi illl n- i Onense TIhatlr, and large . remiumlls oered felr places, ,4 a .k toas thlie desire of thle Orhlanais to see. Iheir faurtritteli tie last timn. Celeste has drawn to tIh St. C, Challt'l Theatre in twenty four successive nights, the as extratrdionry sum of thirty thousand dollars, and the y, receipts of her fitUlr belneits ttltst have amlllOulnted to t eig tlhotsand dollars. Th'lis has ended tan engago , menrt without parallel in tlhe United States, and we s tliSht ladd Elurope. At thle cose of tile entertainments, o. rhe was loudly caloed for, and ot her appearale, tile o hole house rang with applause and cheers. She ill made the flltowing brief acknowledgment : Ladies and Gentlemen,, It i wilh no ordinary d gree of tpride and satisftclion, that I lnow appear before you, to tender nly thanks for ts she kindness extended towardts me during this brilliant engagement. Sinclast lI had the pleasure of meetitng 'you. I itove fulfilled ang..e.tstett ill the pricipal tjties of Europe and America, and it is with pleasure I San any, that in none hlava mot witll a Watmner recap. . -toin t tihtn on::; ,:t. and no where have I felt more at home thllan in New Orlanoe. The istory of my present eou. journamong you will never be erard from tile tablet of lly lnemonrv, nor will Orleans cease to be remoei .t bared in d tie filtcure, when I shall no longer look upon Sthe kind faee now assembled before me. I love France, it is my native land, but 1 alno love America, for it is lere I have found friends, prosperity, and a home-it is Ihere I hope to pa-ts the remainder of ry days. Ameri to-,vill lever fi:d ae an0 ungrateful daughte.r; and my sincere prayer i, that our glorious Republic may long cntinee united and thappy--that it taay fllaish in pence and lIe vi.ctoriaou in war. Ladlies and Gentle. m te')ll, asile,, and maly New Orleans increase ill size and t i rosp'letir lt snt-lle reOches thot greatlles..ad gran n dear to a hIh.h by ier ponlthin sthe is deslined. dMy In.t Swish l. that I may meet you ail again in heti ac., within Stite wllo Is of timnagnilicent t nlple-y',w Orlean's hoost utt prid e . i it this tIoml nt,fro.l excessive ittieo, Celeste failn ted, and wa: carried off thtttse by Mr Barto ; but we t are hppy to inufusler fliends th st she is fast recover. ino, nd.r.4ll proceeed to Mobile in a few dlays. If nly oht qrctt iwere wanting of the estimnation in whicsh Celeste Iis held by this community, the deep coimiasseractio of the Oatltdience,and the numerous enquiries at her hotel ctall day yesterday are quite sufficient. aIR. Ft RRETo.-'hlis distinguished American Trege. ka dian has returned to tile city in fie health spirits,and, rcommnlPi tes an engagement atile St. (harles' this ev euing, as Virginia; Mrs. Bitrelt playing Virginia. HEr 1'II C'AMr.--I.at night, the Lady of Lyons went oif, if possible, witll more entlhusiasm then ever. It wnas tile for y*eighth time ol its represestation this season. \Withl the very bht i'auline in tile country, Mrs. G. acr rer;- with a powerfitll delinatrr ofClaude, Mr. Frpde ricks; w-ish General Dasllat, unequ lled on the stage, Sir e. G. 13oretl-wilt a Widow Alelnattte, full of feel ing onod fine acling, Mirs. Greene;-it it no wonder hatc the ;aldy oft Lyons Ihas been eminently sucees-ful. We ald ie Mrs. larrett to celebrate the Fiftieth night of thia n piece. The Farce of Tott Nodtly's Scre lis one of il bst that w, hlave seen of late. Joslteon is inimitable in old Too Noodst, while wils 31r. G. Barrettl as Gabrielle, MIr. B urett as Ot mod, and Ire. Brown as lukype, no fiter ating Call be wished four. Sl'uo-ight, th t Rilt Day and Iriall Tutor are pied. r lI. FRPDERtlCa.-Ons rcl'ereic to Our adlvertiting colan, it wIll be seen that tlhis gentaleman will take a rnelir t t the Camp on Wednoelday Etcling. Il hlas bornle pirolinenlt part during the season in the prt duction tof ltyl at this Theatre, l and by his ipllrsonla lions tof tharatecter, has established for himsclf a Isigis P t olltiollo as tn artt. Mr. UIredl racks isa aetot)r wholn ttudi.o his It,ttlltr thoroughlyc, anId knows tile why and the wherefine, when he spliaks. In physical powoer, he is lwa IIIs Id mte to tthet Itas Ulniglled lain, while he displ yns e mr et laste in hi, aetneitUion, &l-. We feel cuodf,it that lhis appleal to Iis friends anld tile public will not tte elrgottle. Tile ente'rtainlments aelaced forl t t incensinl, are calcullated tt oarrst thea telltion of ail pily gpers. I hte play of the l)ucllsess de la Valiere,y I the gteal Ilulwar, has been highly succecssfll in Eng land-tilsti is tile first tile to t ito reprel ese+statioa in titei city. l'osmatro, we shall give some notice of it. The ever attractive and andllird Lady of Lyons will :on-I clud, tile entertainment*. AlaDoamF. GIuloio's CONCERT.--'lhe almateurs of lmusi, poatienlarly the ladies, should not fail to attend this evenitg otl Mrs. Guiraud's Conceit. This lady wllh is.the best planist in the city, w.ll be assisted by lessrs. Vtlliere, Ciolli, Minulan, Krell, Santial, each remarkable for some peculiar musical talent. Vocal airs, the hauthtis, the t'ombone, the elarionet, the vih - lin and ilia piln, will eacll, ill the hands of thore or rists, delight Ihe .ealer. MIrs. (iuiraud pe: forms three Fantasias of great d:liculty. PHnReNo.o0Y.--I)r. Ctllyer gave Iis itlrodaetorv Ictttre on Saturday evr.ing; Celeste, however, had more attractions 1than sciteicoe,.so the Doctor had but a thin aundience. Ilis of lasfecturing is plain and eadsys -desoidd thi iffecttoion of a eel sleell. lie gave soms general slews of tle principles ansd utility of I phrenology, ,nsd illustrated his peotiocs by drawings and skuiln of varieos natetres. We heard for the frcl time Ioe demtnsaiotrtion of truth flby all, but diftmullt to ppvre by a rigornss train of reasoning:-wa alldn e •o the fut oalsental principle of Phreoulogy, which is, It that tie brain iL .li ts r sl of te in 'led. Olle nIpIt s-hide tst d is..inh ia, Dr. Call)eg Issott ih o. tmoj 'ity of . eriiyrIIsa e mteoQi . o if thin, oiee ' i toqk`lace at th ,at .0e or the,4.6 . t ., ex'atined, had little reason tol l T -pig 1.: C. will deliver his eoelit hje 'E will lb the evide gi-ftae purr the organs the bhrain. Phdodlogy'a a eafateurc ti mental philtm, phy, is wu'h the serious attention f ever'y Iriend of lriray o o- T'HE CRANIOLOGIST. Papil-How is it master, in this murderer's skull, I find beneeotenet both large.nod full? MAstelr-Oh, how slw ol faith ! Let me illume thy blind ess, This is the very man who kills 4iM kind. ness ! Scull-ion. Tua RACEs.- . ango walked over the course on Saturday. On Fr. y, in nsequene of the rain, the ma n race wa tlio o em. - The miretch Ieae S ii be ~L.Jtw ..lledi u Yorl k and SGen, . `- lw--tich the former beat hie competitor, , ay was d up of racer, and they all had ntereet tnc. a d.l not k h m that we an give the dpe. Snito e her in the various turns and stretlhes. l They did thleir hbe and neither horse nor . te can do more. . r Race wa etween Telia Doe, and Troublesome i. and ver cr est ie was too. The little lay mare at rue hrd .ithe first heat, which she took in I m. S58u. But the cte in the second time easy in Im. 51sa Andin th3d tlera the Troubhlesone faigneant was no whemre. Telia as not within henring distence-thatti Iae could ro nurn her ear to her competritr, who Sse med to e lping backwards, wlhe tlhe third mile was made in I" 54s. y The seconld ace came offafter the other with this s resuF. Milrs g Bandbox, 2 years old, by O'Kelly nFs'kk by Bertrand, 1 j dam Lucy Bra y 4 . J. Y. G rriron's el c !.ubbelr, 4 years old, by .. Maryland c. dam the darn of Bumber, by Sir Sar er's he o uke of Oleanst,3 years old, r by Doe ee,d y Shlock 4 3. 4. R. Ae Leesburg,5 years old, by Mlarcelllne, dean by Took.hoe, 3 4 d T y me--lm 53.--ln 514. We did nt sea the race betweclen Barment and .x.. . hid wnre infirm d that it was quite inreresting e .an n er w ,, considerable befting. Bears meat won. The pIrt.itg achd notl not e (ol'. Pompeii having y been sold it the moriino L nTEST FRi FNGOLAi.-Tlte arrivals r t Nev oa _ eortl America, thel ll Pocohortas ,ring l im Eng'land. We une tie thmust tieer.r Id I rtun:C `,cse ofl 'rrannc, Mr. Villrr e gave notice I.l t jl'e Itoli he w ald Inffer a enotiotI for Itchki r idane 'at Idbr I(lthe Hollce, in euplmrt of the peti. I- ro for the repef C.nathe cLor laws. I. . Ilullecn moeve the eodlresm ie answer to tile spereh wvhie was sec o JI by G W Woml. Mr. I Do)enrt he moved an rmoen Imnt, to tile, eirct that the r~foro bill bled disaplnint.o d theo peopIr-thaI it was rot and crlld not be a finale neatrrere-ndl that it was tie divy of te i louse to take imnmrediote steps for tie reliefofhlle rcople. e esOlportled hlian cenment cil a long streci, bearing very hard opan tlie ministers; his ioltio tn a selondead bIy the Eain of Eustor, and sipported by Sr. Hurme. Slr Robert Peel coloented et length on the recenct moveleoralnc eeOlltnl Asia and mlked ar againat the United States, and concluded with saving it was his dety as meomber to appeal against the injustice of such fa course. Thie lion. Baronet almost committed himself in favor I oftie corn laws. On theaffaira of Canada Lord John Rtussell rwas ex plicit enou1gi, declaring that te urprenulacy of En gland must hemt iintrained in Nrth America, at il has ards, cod wltevecr tihe expense mmistern were ready to encoonltor it. lie declared however that no suspirion of bad frilh coul attecll to tihe Governrient of te Urited States, nrrl that it hIrd done every thrig tlet cord be exrpeeled in the ullject of the corn lows Ire said lrie,.ord Jhrn IRussell hod rertainly been ofr,pinion iat a mllndifed frede sroi of duties woulr d be iotter 'lo1ll a dluctuiiing tetrle: bIt at tile tine e h iougllt tihe new law all improvement lis the nIr e"r -y-ste o t.li the time iiad ror arrived wmler it sulid he consi.delred Iellnlicial or ont. fly tile Drtclroase, the fllowing i telli;elrce fron FrPnre cartire 'lie mnost imprlent interlligence by tis arrival is frui Belgium.i. 'I'le King IhnI plroroeued tile Chain. bers till tle trrrh of Mlarch, brt we find no stateunt of tihe ren-on why. T'lhe Poulisn tanerel Skrzynecki. elellrrate il the loet str'ggle of itle Poles tir freedom,la Io rI elli up. ptidied to aneommand in tie IBelgian arrrv' ann in con oeq.errce of tris tlh Prossian nndl Anustrio Alrbaesn-r drorni oaddiimlnded their passprorts. 'ire Brecse s inur roe-londent of the Paris "Telpre" says, inrelaritr to tihs niovemrent, tlirt IPtevioos to tire derlanding of their passports by the Prussiarn and Austrian oinbassdors at Brusrtsel, tile IttIer of these diplohrmtists resontrd to tile Mliriser trr Foreign Affairs a ort fie;m IPrince Metterai:chr in which tihe escape rf Gen. Skrrv recki fror Prrgle is errmsriderei as lreaviug been mad~e witl tloe o-operntion rf rile Belgian government, nid this, together with his adiission into tile army. is styled a hostile dlnorir tre tion against Austria. The terms of the note ere said lo ilaVle nerr stiron slrd menacing; and tile Prussiani obnlassador hnglgtr iupported it, derlnaded it con>e quence lee msseporln at the sanre tille A letter from rllreeols stattes tit the Begiain chnrges at Vienrna id rBerlin Ibn brer called horme; otd tiate tie King refuied il audlilnce of learer to lr, Aostrino enrborsldrr, pritlr to his lejnert re. 'ihe two oithasrrtnudors left Blrussels on rite th of Feb rurry. lThe Belgian govermenlet was maIring iprelrrtrirn fur wer. Notice.th lte Ien pubiseni frno the \oar Of fice that tie goyerotrlnt weas radtl to rekbe 'nrge pir chiaes of hirse,; Ril' thit notice was issuled in cosn - qiirFe'dof ti re efusal ntf .he Prenoian overlnment toI lowi thie teexport tlion of irsies, 3510 hring bIen ex. i I icted iv tilhe ilelgian goverrmenrt fero n tit kilrglde. nlie oTI theI first iors lfl the FrenhI Iir.iestry, after its reirrrrnintii of t'ice alll IIhe dissolutiern ui lo ie Ch -i Irr i was to diseiss 3I. Itersil froni tie iaenereship ol the inlt, for pliticil opposition. Ilrh l,,a rties, r rulther all parties, were Icakine great fleirts for victory in tihe olipracliipig olecrions. VWithin the last few mantha, there hidve been nman .Y in.lances ef nlsubordinatitn aioi . . our slave popula te ti "t. nrom sao". cause, tile oallgders atve --:al,.d tf u"lnunished,"n:d tlieJr owners ldeserve to e higtly re probated tr their snpineness. A cner of an aggravated [el n baere ha owever been token in hand by tlIe proper - euthorities, sad we trust the offender will meet the con gn lanibloent lie so richly merits. Below ce give ,l 1partieolnro: i . 1 Tersdny i.ast, bhe negro boy Gesrge was put uapon 'trial, frnasnarnanhupon the peruos of Iis mistress, .- tl. Fibher. Tle lon. C. ". Grennaux lreeided, live o.e hldlers bleng nwur", as jlurvy N. written charge, lta iud-r iaf,r+.nd eheattied hbeen mede, but IIIat s they bhald Ilest proceed to bear thle testIton, eatI"d event of tit tle crime being of a leis nature. tile tau.se woal.l be as referred to a mon clatpe I tribunal, as proviled for i. i tel Black (Code. The witne see eaving been sworv, Jdeposed in stbstuane, thbt thev hled been. ilnebormed by " I re. inber, bhat on tht e evenit. of tle 25tl Decerber, e- sei was lying upoen her ied, with herinfant alt . it sbe ihalld fallen into ta liglht leepl, wheln lte wtt arnuned by Stheelap oa sorte ose' hIoa;n aboua IIh r k, whoe ai,. recognized to be the negro bary (George. 'fbat bie ro t lained tin grasp ultil shle dlad losenl conscious ,,.s,. r Thae un reCover".tn the buy cad left bhe Ilause.-Did not k"ow hris ohjecl, ll uttpposed his inltetian wil ts i kill Iner.--Sllppnes that he, lilergelmast have thouglht he had effeeie his iunrl e.se, fr she lay a long timne t).,r ft f'elly 0ncon.seious. Iler nwek was uuch bruised and d hIrt. V.taeses. were produced who proved an nr, *bktowledgtmeayi (ieterges of hi having eoatmited ibi assault. At Ihtis stae of tile trial, he Judgtle i"firetl a t!e |,ry tIIhtt Mrs. Fisher wa, trtll in tie parist, n Ieeolnelmrded to tllhen teht a co:mmission shloulld hp ellt to Ile pnerih t' Sit. lertlnrd, where sie is tow rsaiding, I t lU'eui ber .'rtirnnnv. I'lthi heitg accededi t, tithe taurt adjourned.-NAtlchitoches Ilerald. SaN,.srt PISToe N OF Souar CaAROLINA.-t-'te U. S. G.lz tte con silns tile fallnwrng lheattitu] e.ncoium - oil Herv Clay, delivered Iy tlis distinguised t SIt hlern Senatotr, tt a late Ineetitlg of the " Plila.delpltia Deote ,:rttle Asa-ociainll." Silr. P. trgetI tip".t thie lWhigsn e necessity of being unIKOo. "1 hey mnust mrain the broadI priuciples o wtt S" t the w ism, he raid, by whtichi tbev eauli stnsta-i themselves. If they were united theb miglt look rwardtl to certait triumplt. lie as ully believel, if thte atootlly tlheir trinclples, aend presed ierward in tie good caute slhltlder I to lsholder, they would cott ettlvictoriot,,n he blelieved ".in an llwise and over rlllilg Providenee. Bat if tthey lid tidt, defeat was r I ert.nin,--t rvatsain to talk oef victeory witlhot u.aes. 'e..aeveee, he s.id, was witl is, Georgia was with t. iN ri ar,dlin, I.,,uisi.n.ltn, alti Mississippi were chillis., nti a igVilgnia was etrtine, if ste I nla at ol. readu time; UIllc wl.at, h "e asbed, led irousal lt lte to ln 1 T'le peri.ciples-e broad, the estbdhis , tise eon.n ervalrir privi~nlet of rhitlien. d Itese prin ciples .ad ael a Wias, of Virguntio, a I)twarn, of lergin, a Pree tinel fhuaisrsltui, a Bell oi TenTeaee, a a trntslev, otf North Carolita, to Congreas, asd nobly did they eat loin tie glerita.teuse. Ire, I. relteted. it is Whtig pineip/eh , sdWet ig Iracitles alitne, whict itos Irouaghlt .o ntnny i ths Soulthr Btates tio rlatai thatl bt.iter, sal to array jhets.trvec ag.inst this dehtructive Administition. I Itrless ytttt ttein, hes end. net t nd al l, an ye regard thte snltes ntfothe prainciplres and tilh rae, to stand lty tiet as ithle I tsbt hoe thi nation. hdie ot auflfb .tuly divirivii; let trally ucder the sante baner, and lattllter ig te tnstitrtiotae l rights w fall sectitots oa Ihu cu airt, sttnd .3y enalt olthr. 'I't e oar sucates wiii be ertaiti. i.ln. 1'. nit.i it liud tatd perihaps ecntee ti i tospeak it i a tlae o' me.; but, as tble Whig fao etIti niat be eaotainelod wit h rr..tf etea( to ittt it alft when raised, hie nart ihe in lulged in a rere k d r ltwo titn the sul,. jeel. 'I tI l agltetteltich bwenrally. lie said, te-a httle, a brnlned a d tlnt.dd onae, si le proudtwe are of it;n I ;ttnuld, be pla.ed in a ieanl wcity of it, andh able to alip erntelifltr t telhle,.ree.en Ttttlia al"i the Itand a-fletry Clay. hibtt, sll. tt e no tberl mtane, E Iolttur unitrehe intruvted, ii we would see itcloriuury f dunning nluti in proudl~eud riumpha~nt victoryli~r ir. Clay, Is said, was a itile tis... ie, thiesef, ettte jat,, file tehat iwith strong trsjrldicee egatlst, 31 hitit. lHe bed warletly. clylnc bits lrthi lo efre he knew bitt. In tihe Sensta .etfditiadilmslf beb his side-hie satshed bine. wih a sttspigiass rys-bsitris Itresjdise a1 hIsd gradttllt gives wayt tefl the ptieer it truth; atid, froet being ets epic tins ejonent, p be aoult iiank. ly. daihas be b brtthirltnes an admirer of Ibe initt; It -an tat Iki! engl ence-tlet wass well know it-it was a ver lookeil-daner in the-eye with a more dete-mined, blennhi , when i the porsuil of truth, or ike litesnetat ten of rihtf, than Ilehrv Clay.' (Great. rchrior'.) 'he line poke r of. t r own knowldge. He tald mein himoiandinhu, autri were, polln the very adge Sof a ilitidal gulf doTwnt which, app arentlv .n singl tethp mout plnlge him. I have seen him (aicd Mr. P.) kik into the gulf with a fixed, yet t nblhteeiig ere, intA, witll all its eomite a li heloa hir, tole the step which In thought DUTY required. Suoh a allo wan Henry Clay. (Cheers.) I haove heard hainm utter, oaid Mr. Prentilss, in his Seeo t, sentim ont which had t hre folenirm t lipe, f d erion of thenoeilere it Grrece or nhome, oved htre Ien repieted with odmiraitio to the P retoint do. Ot 00one ocasin, cotinied Sr. P. he did me tile onocr to send for anid consult witlh to. It was in referoene to a sI itep e wa about to take. and will perhapse eme to , your minds without imore direct alluions. After la tig what he propose u ed, I aggeted when her suh e on Orle-6ld lm t injure hiIowl proad eCm , ys wexll n e fhe whig party in general. nils reply wm o: "I did not send for you to ask what aiger he the effect of the proposed movement on mv prooscia, hbut whether it wes rigllt; oc had raher be right than he President. Such aentiments an these iniliete t ll IoFinesn i f he wsat, ond the high trof ines orf h, oul; and they should cadl forth ahe dtlniratio ando thne confidence of the nation. They point to him n thte mto c worthy t, wield herdetinien. I avow lyneilf,therree fir Henry i(ly. t will nodt oay I beieve thei whigs will ie de fented neiens they rally ar one man in a solid phlanf around him iud their p toieples, I know it- it i inevi. itable. But io timey ito thus rally, their triumoph in eer. tin. Man it le iy lot to congre., hte you here fler upon yourtvictory, rtoherehat condole h th you and Sron ed with the ountry on y our dfoeat w NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD COMPANY. At a special Moeeing of theim Director an f the Coin. pany, held ton the 2toh day of March, 1819, the foTllowing Resoutions weren adopted: Resolved, that a Committee ofe he appoir ted, in or der to ebntai th coosent of ther.la e e stooholdera to the distrilbutieno of their atck ovier and abovte one hnimred satre;-at hereupon, t he i Preside t appointed . W. l H dffmen on said Co lyittee. re lRye ded, the at h g the folowig form ofa doment be adopted by the Conittie, io hitpresented ta said tolack holders for their -ig pture s, arWe, the underig t oedowners, of stock in the New Orleans and Nashville Roil Road Company. exceeieng o100 shre, do hereby atinerize and empower ithe Pe sident ofnaid Company, to transfer for pia, and in our names all tock over atd above 1l0 shares standing in or names, andh that the amount paid by e s thereon of one dollar per share, be eadded as a paymtoent on the slock on retainerd ly n. Resolved, that the net of incorporntion of the New Orleans and Nashville Rail Road Company-the inita tion therein held oUit t our ite Ir Stoates t biecame par. ties to the undertaking, the subecription oaf million by this ~irtv,end the ion to ni equall amount My this Stole, are to many plelge. for tie pronecution oCfthit wwork, nd tthat tho abeloioinmet thereof wotuld le aI moirlifyiong ne knotwledhgement o1f te want of energy and reire in thi State nnd its inlitr.t, Resolved, that taie otod aid of our fellow cintizens y a sibAreiption to tlhe elck of the Cmitpany. aind a pay ment thereufo ffive doettr per share wonld insure tie competion, of the roand o the ihnks of the Tangipoa, atd thus secure an immediate rettrn on the outlay. Resovied, thac the present stoe ofithe Cimnpany, rcallsi for all the energies o the Presoident and Directors there o, aned that they deem it their duty to make aon ppeal tone4ir fellow cilizens generally, to prevent by their aid any check to the rapid progress ofi the work. Resolvtd. that three Committees he appointed, to consist of three. embere of the board enach, onle for each of the ihree pd nicinpalitie, for the purpose of carryintog intoeffect the dtributuiot of lthe hocts as eon templaited by the Bnrd--ioaid-nt said Coonmitleeo be empowered to employ l such assiseanoee ns they imay deem advisable to effect aid object-mlWhen the Presai. dent appipointed the folowing genmtlemen to.t as saidn Couunillthmee : Firstl Muaictptlity- ' .t. AUGUS'N, I".q. A I'pq - H. DAVIS, Esq.

It. IlUFII.tIO, Esq. Second cumicipalitmuy- C. WOODROOFF. J. la - 1'.l rY. G. ,\. WVA(;GAaIAN. WV. CHRISTY.h.. Third llftniipalildy- J. It. CALI)VEI.,. , M W. hilFFtlIAN. Resolved, that athimllittee tC firlir be apmpointed to draft an Addiress and expse' of thie silourlia of f! i Coupniv ito hevubkii te I l trihe nibl :io cnd tImit saii Committee Ciale toi elo+ rrtoi e prirted ncld diirilued. m. Whereutpon, tine Presi en C p'.mmioltri C. \oidro.,L, .i. Auguistii. W. Cthristy, and G A. A. IVaggaan, Esri.. on said Cirteilttee. - FOR PIllI.AD)i.PIIIl. Tihe toooaoil fng bri A.IItIWllt, J Norgruve' d a cnlaocll. will nset twilh inllleodiat dlFp:cu For blllle of Hieiglti or l tP , FlI t april I S & J Wii'NEY. T'I e A hlribh can Ism d nrn elv scr ene ,l ate a Iamily ft l Four cabin paalsogrllll, if arly uppl cation be malde. -FOR NW Y()RK.-- - Iiol.mso'Llton of P ckPet.. To sailoun The 8 11. lst. ia, L Tho Ilev, eleant ld nero fo-t toilinog 'f" pocket ship PA N''IIHt Aslct.oooostcr, will sail as o ove. For flieiglt or possc g, having sluperiorneconnm.l:tiotdono,,ppla to uh' captanon bar to Iwo tiers lelo the Vcgotloble Mlnrket, nr too FOnll IA COIFEN, N. 90 Colmon ot FOR NEi wYORK. Packet of llTe 8Ta inst. S New York ad New cO)rleans Line me Tha elegant new ship 'r'AROfLINTA, SCapt Smith noving a cosaideralbe part of 1 ~ lrcargo on board will iail ptIct.ual y. Far Sfreight o rposage, apply ont bord, eor to april I PETER LAIDI. w. , foo (Camp st d Tie Al I ao fast tailing ship NESTOR, Capt Moses, will receive in , tn iatredcspatch. d For balance of fteight or aosagre apply to S april I L H oIALE, 95 Commnon st I- FOR NEW TOR. . Holmes Lioe or Packets. To sail on the 3d inat. The elegant fost sailizng picket lship OR LEANS, Sear, master, having two tlirds to her cargo eneoged will sail as above. For ret r pissage, Ioav:'Ig superior neconmrodaioa, P appplc to the calptaill ot board, or to prl IA COHEN., 90Commons t r FOR HAVANA. b Packet Schooter. S T'he 4 I faao sailing, copper fastened schr. TE %ZER,10 0 tons, reenl w master, ill Iu $t sail T'o-narrow Evenino ,1 ,ia df April. For frailht or pssaage, Iaving splendid frnished slate roolms, to aeooonnlatc 25 passengers: best of servants and able supplied with tlo best the nmrket affords. Apply 0o board, 3d tier. Ibeow tile Ferry, ,or to o aprl I WA I i'IRTERI 91 Cuotaon at FOR NEw YORK. Tlole A 1I ceppered and copper falted Sship " Rolert Browno " (Chas. Mansfield, otts ter, will rnceive freiclot tor New 'ork, and meet witll Ie-pittch. For ter,.s apop. too tle captain on board, opposite loe Orleats Cotton I'res, 'or too READ & ItARdSTtow april t No 7 Bllak llace - 'I .or o(onsignee of 10U0 lbales Ilay, per lshilp (iA.S TON, will please attend totile receti pt ofit, ain t is all on the Levee. A COHEN, Agent, loapril I No 90 Comton st ICI'Ikhe packet ahilp (;ASTON. is now diacharginlg her cargo opposite tihe Vegetalle Mirket. Consigaoes will attend to the receipt of lChelr go,. api I A COI IEN, Act, 93 Common at Drawing of the Granid State lotterv Class 38 o32 49 4 35 48 46 62 36 37 63 22 I THIIIs DAY. $15, 000! Capital Prize. Tok't. only $4 00 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. NLASS No. 37. Aullmrised oy the L.gielautre of the StIleto. Toe be druwn April i, lIJ , at ti a'clock P. H. at Bishop's t lotel. ' DAVIS &.CO, Managersa. 75 Drawn uolmbers-12 Drawn lBallots. Sp'!etdid .Scheme. 27,814 Prizes. amouontia to $192,433 I Tickets 4--tlalves 2 00--Quartera I. Packages of 2O5 Tickets f)r $100 warranted to draw at least 448, and mov drraw foer highest capitla amounting t. $t2,100 !i ltckaesm oft'5 I5alf ieketa $20, ' warranted to draw at least $24 til. Packages of 25I Quarter Tickiats $25 fi warranted to danw at least For packages t inigla tiokota, a ply at tle a MAN'AOERS' OFFICE. 16 Chartres aOi t time earner of St Louis and Ctar rea al. . - __ apr'lI Drawit. otf the Iouisiana I.oticry i -ao H-. h 411 125/3 II 25 71 26 8 21174 19 A TO MOR .)W. V - $10 O0 !i!! Capital Pzt. t 10 Prizes of$100ll eacb."is 1,001 !! N Tickets .y $1Y 5. A 72 Numbaro--15 L)r'aa lallota H L.OTII %-.ANA LOTTERy. Aotllorized v Act of Legislature. Chapter XI.III, ,pd. cbatch 26.123. Clal H. for 1839 to be ldramwn on esdst, Apcil 2d. 1829, tt 6 o'clock, P. M. at tile EIelclunte Ihtel.st. Charles at. 0. S. (IIEk;ORY & Co. Succesaors to FATES i. MeiFNTYRE, Managers. RICH SCHEME. 30,316 "/ Piites omotuntin to $186,9:11i Tickhets $51t-Halventl i 25--(Qarterr 6.c. Packagesc of b6 tiekest fLr $6, warranted to draw at least $10. Shaiesin inpoportin. -Fur Packages oraingle lrck-i, nl'a a at The Mal.n e Oqle:l,, alrtil l 35 Canl street, itel . o CL.mpst. OA[ P:1 TREET THEATRE. IlR. F.Ic.!ERI K bego Iavento inftrm the pub= .1' lethhtfhis tlielat lil take p ace on Wednesday `next,April t3, wlhen will lr. actedb,- the firsttime in this rity, a new pay, by I1i L Bulwcr,aqt.now perform- lag with dlieingthled esucesain I.uotlnlon, shined thea Ituchene Do La Valiiere. To co.nlude with the Lady l Box ook nowopen. april l ST..LOUIS B-ALL. ROOM. MUSICAL SOIREE by Mrs. GUIRAUD. - Monday, slt April, 1839, at, 7 o'clock,, .preeiseTy. PROiRAIMME-lIt Pnrt. No. let. Fannltri. For the Piano and Violin, frot the __.tmr of .,Vt Tell, performed by Mrs Gulirmnd and Mr Miuolan, .Beriot nod rlaobrne. No 2. Varied Air. For the Vielin, performed ol rile Tlohonr, by Mr Cieffi, Ieriot No .. Vocal Air. Suog by Mir Santini. I)nn zett No4. Fnnlisia. For the clarionet, performedl y IMr Kroll. Berr. No 5. Variationa for the I'iaeo, performed by rit Guiraud, filo.hltrleo. PART II. No I. Solo, on the Hautboit, performed by Mr Valliere. Valliere. No 2. Duello di MaanoeRlo, atng by MesLrs Vernev and rSantini. Gailr anU No 3. Viried Air, on the Violin, peorfmne I by Mr. Miaolan, tD seder No 4. aInn Vorepoca rf, executed by Mr Caiol. on the Trotti mte, by k n r Cinth. No 5. Fantasia, for tie Piano, draw, frot Rttssanla Aira, oexecuted iy Mre G(iuiraud, rhahbory TIC(KETS' sold at tite are of E Jlohns & Co, ruletl SI ealtps, Birocard Nre, , Alfrtd Moret, I3 Coney and in the evening at tihe dur of the Ball romn. aprill It R - -- - SPRING MEEETING, 1839. Sevenlt Dney--Pnroprietar's Puree $1000-'T'lhree ly 1ile Iýtato. J F Miller enter: e e Knvemuneh, by Rlortram! dam Ivt irec or, .I years old, 101) Ib; ; rets blut and 2. D F Kenner'a b h Richard of Ytrk, by Star. dam v ltylchk, 5 venra olt; 110 Ibsh; dress blue ntd wit e. 3. J 8 (inrriol0'a hi h Cipput, damn .by Alar: Antlhony, 6 yeart old; 118 Ilia : dress red atnd oet. _nne to elomne effat 3 u clock, in consequence of the t tuicipal eleetian. RICtI! RD ADtMS, JIMES S GAtRRISON, MAYl.i I L I'F NtrF. O ,Aa HE ipra'e tOnl Ir. t flllr to-dan in n$700 par atr el according to ire taiff; tile hatker shall give du. ring tie eutttin" wreek (frt, Mtontdaiy lt ist.) 39 Ian ceef nolreud fo" a hit. BIread of tie second qtOlitn i.: reotired to weigh l53 percenat. ttore, viz: 48 ,I-4 ounces. april I C (lENtOIS.Maavor JEsWELtRY, AT VTtII()LESAIE.. M. BELL, No fi, Clttertes, st, Itt tit dainy re. Sceiverd a fll assortment of Wttlcese, Jewelry, Spoone, Splctaeles end Glass Ware, theIry will Im ffer. et at ttlettoweet manrket price. apl 1 NO''CE-.The - otrartnerihp erxisting Iletween tie LtIasubsciribers, under the firm of Yorke Itrolthen, wts dissolved Ib mutual onsellt, on the 7111 F;ebrltarv, 1838. Thea rlta of tile firm will be used Iby Edwaod Yorke, in liquidation of its affairs. E )'ORKE. april IP t, ItRKE. I'I'CItItS' t e rnet ttr Preteea--,n fr-w of ttllom v3 very superior Letter Pretsen, for sale by aprtil DAVID FELL', 24l(lortreoit 1~ rt Irol 11 , r ,..··iii-- B "lI.IARI) BAILS &. CHIECI(S,,Jus.tcicPirda be spenodid arlicle of Billiard Balls .nd rbrcks. ay IIUSII & AII.EN, a. _pril Exchange Hotel, cor St Charle & Common at id J D Eomanuel vs. Iiaere.oetr;. 1TATE OF L.OUISIANA--fir Juldiciol Dstrist ourl--'l hursdrl tilhe h28th dto of Mllorch, 1839 No lT,2B9.--Pr'ele 'he honorlieo A l Ihllholnan. Juotie.-tin motlion or lnandall I n tt, Fq. of c mtasl for lthe fltitiotr(. anoo it oppocring lhal t hI or c"r calling 'o'illc io ofoil petlilionerPs creditors, in Ort n, rTler ou thre441 ijlsoant, otl. been nforttallv ptblihde, t icor aried fh,.clhecreoitocsttf cold petitioter, e n iotif to Ie nd lnplt`sr in o rn ttlrt onil SlltrdaY , IhI. 27th of A'ril nxj M t i'cmck, a it, I sew cm tlhy G hin, . oh srid pftlill o eir shuint Io re P Ilt n pfilt ftlh t Ino. maoe for Illo rell C ot inolvlorol d.rblhl in ncmnlrl I'l "l , a I t fhrlher ordere, l at or ' Klo -l, F: q hr nptlr · In,;n o repr Il l Iv r Interest / (lri ';r..et all +lll Ills e i nCc) koi a tor m of Sttttctie torpetiArt ne mif rncino he r ttmtttfront fe n fit0ce r n april I-3t ( uV I F\VI~ C(ml. .e d.iH n. 1 EI I trotif tllr thcpraitlt fr I II. ito lt Itc1f (rot "ottolcftt~cco tlet ii oct.ttthIts awn h,- lapul,, rnd, horh s Fal,-,n f the Wmb, ble.,.,r n whUl l erl +. ap "lian sfu ter Ill p he is o', ti e b. y i jct of ione pressfjty for conele reio 0c(omm e.d toll tf h alth/, I,,r plm n ,lr hav I faild l pP hr'e " "n !r uri'e ....n Il .... ste mot h grle n aed ,i' r,,mt4ne ooltotttftc tttldtvt tof I lhd t fi tot prl I ' F iY rly iSHIS ,:rlik.itf haN Ihon his ii .:,a111 ,rt itt I the r cure oA fie Ltrer e.'n nr ser dplrl'-ins lier disease,itlicpritono , Io, tof Stt t o r olo lPt -, cutG neril etl llhc.,nr o Wedllmlli ypter ,', NHsia al tr rose, eenorFll dlebilitVy i1d Fit oilier ,.l.anr+ s iri ine ro imb rity r le oil; it i io hp ri tarl r lle i Dair ed tm ns lihltl a t el id exlore lelo nurcenr tol I Inke, rltehem s ll nFg in rpict clrdainl f bd ,ey I llre!t n vealnd rnqf isf il l, dn, hie taken with .lt Aclcsafelr by toe must deli D'rleas per onjs. A slcpply of nle ulcove ro.eeiv,,and noc (c ,gole h b SJICKLES & Co, [c)ritrcs. aprt il 1.tn tn s A o j oflC F wild tlr te uicver o lotrT the t Iiofttt S11 of thle Mental Foetltitc, I'lIcS EVEFINf;, at l7 t o'clock, fit Ilc Preslrctitlrio ch. Frcc, I .oit\tel SSqrtoe Te publit are o ilet toi att end, fei, of at crlla'. lapril I O'iR L19ýWAV I. HING N UT lYc. lllOStc L Ro NEW ORLEANS, March 30, iA TTEND a o mnthlty ome.tg ilonrt mty, tile S ltofoAprilpat7 I-u o'clnock pn mnt llt nrlnrv. By order S A CItOOKE , - oprill KotPorg'i VAIUAlILE gN(tlIij WtIiiKS. NEWi'PON' Prinerpia, inl wo volumrs S Wriglyt's Comenltonry od NewtonL's triciione, in 2 vols of Vital's Pralicnl nod Seienlific Treotlic on Clcoarious or Mlorlnr old Cpmerrtls in I voo. d 18' Stitih'. Punnnramt of Scienra and At; emttraoiog th, pricipol sciences oand ar fc; rhi nthll dsl wor', p In n wool rncd IInenl ; I a a tnisfeollaneous s elo - thin of ucefttl and interestne roo ceses en xotleri (cnol, ill 2 vaIo, owith il!l'tcrstrttie n ravillc s. lOlr 1'O Matholemolicol Tltlltl'o (tlltll ining he ro n io non, 'poerhfloe, cc. I.ltge-tic I totlrillttrI. Alo or ; Taac, Tanents, ";eants aInd Vtrsed Sines, boilth to nctlenl and lttfritlotttt, otati tie *.otlttfh e descrip itioll tnt1ue of ti fe laltlrc. .9itnpolsn's Dolrine now Applicrutil of Fclxotoc,t in2 moto. Forsolo by WMI :IeKEAN, aspil I cor Catpanc Comlllfon st Ti) TIlE LADIES. DR HULL'S UTFRO ABDOMINAL, SUPI'PORTEIR THIS w instrlument for the radical euro of Pro. d lapsos Uteri, or Falling of 1ho Womb, by ex. tternal applilation, supersedling lho ouse of the oh. jectionahle pressary, is confidently recocnmendadoo to (hie nfflieted as the means oto perfect restorotion to hoealbth, it never having failed of perrormiong a (cure, evec under the ((ost oggravated circumnstall. I ces. It has received the decided approhbation of Sir Astley Cooper of London; Sir Benjamin C i Brodie ; Sir James Clark, Physician to the Queen; g Dr Ashwell. Lecturer on midwifery to 'uy's llos. pitsl ; Dr Rigby, lecturer to St Bartiolomews; Dr it Griffith, lecturer lo Wastmlic-teo Iloopital; Dr Ramsbo'ham, lecturer to I.ondlon hospial I Robert - Ferguson, lecturer to Westminster lying.ii hospit. all Dr Siweation, lecturer to Middlesex hospital, and senior nacouclnheur to Queeo Charlotrlte' Iying. oin.hospital; also by Hetrry Dovioes, Conqest BIlundell, Lee, Merrimon, surgeon Kcateos, &re. by Dr Moreonu, president of the Acdccmi IlRoyale - Sde Medicine, Paris, and Aecoucher to tlhe Duchess D'Orleans; professors Volpouo Marjolin; Paul ( Dubois, So sron and others-and in New York by prolfessorJ W Franeic, C S Bedford, I I) profos. cor of midwifery in Iho univrsitl, of tilhe cify of 3 New York, profs. Dolhfiehi, nd Francis, U John. ston, president County MjdSociety, Laurens tull president med sociot State of N York, profs Ja McNaughton ofAlbanv prOfo March, Crus Par. kins, Doane--Ocs 'Thls Boyd, Gilbert Somithl, i SHosack, Stearns, Ludlow, Kissacm, Voclho, Power, e Grayson, 'an Ronssolaor, and many other distin. guishod physicians in the U States.'- IIt c . Ilull, Clco 4 Vosscoy at, Astor House N at York. t3 A constant supply.i' the above instruments, with.Dr (lull'a improted Trusses for Ilernia, will T. be kept by SICKLES & Co, N Orleans, A G Carpontr, Natchez; Stonoa & Marsh, Wood. ville; Booth nd Mallory, Memplhis; WV D Wilkin. son, Somorville; IIIll and Wasnington, Nashlville; C Mc:\'ai'ay and IHamoilton d,,; R I, Bliss. Floroneo, Ala; J. C Spotswood, Athens; Irbc and Muslin, dct Huotsille; Du luo e and Ro ff, Mobile. aplllm c1 A '- (Olottsks I'rks islacnd nOit i(( ctackso , do eaec, forsaleby LEVI I GALE, (, prl l~ 93 Comloo oel .ERS . -0 hles als Negra cl,. ciltdle tIn Ih. Ile i se't- sale by LEVI II GOLE, °d april l 1, 9.3 L'im'o. st ?T Valdal iý, !or ale h. ABRAI I..t lItIERl, apr ' " 3"l+l.1vmr st ea.by . . ABRAHAM TRIE-, +. prl 1 34 Grhveeral i H AV ANA.' '   io e, for Lale male .o AoBRAIAM TRIER, E' tptil I 3;l(iravier at -al ca»tu St. Theatre. STHIS EVENING, APRIl 1, 1836, Will be presenlted (he 'RENT DAY. Marlin Henl'ocil, Mr Frederibks Old CLruml, Johnaon Toby Hevwood, Fielding. Bullfg," • Brown Rachael Heywood, Mrs Greene Fancy Dance by Miss Wray To conclude with the IRISH TUTOR. Terry O'Rourke, Arr reene lose., .-Misi Cowell Mary, Mrs Anderson METARIE JOCKEY CLUB RACES. SPRING MEETING, 1839. ., IN consequenceo f the inclemency of Ithe weed/f and leondition of tihe rnek, rele retaining rnncdiver the Meanirir course will lake piece as fllowe: Prpiatlutrs' Purse, $10(0, three mile heats, on lMon day. Jockey ClubI Purse, $200 i, four mile henats on Tlus" day. By orler of the Executive Conmmirtee, april 1 P CENAS, See'ry. S PERMPi A f iSDR-300 I,,xna va rius bradsin elnre em fdr salte by SHALl. & IROWN, apl 1 96 Magazine at G ,sl N BUT31TER-311 filkins, joet rel teed and . fi ale l) SHAL L 3& BRIOWN, april 96 Magazin,, as LOIPl-471 Irle haldintg 'rtl seteanmer Etpeath, 'for sale by GO IORSEI, april I "W 44 New Levee A c o 5sI )l-1sit cnks Cin.itonnri eared in Sstore, Ifor ale by . ( I)OtSEV, _ _ril] i 44 New Levee 4)LD MLADtEt BA-lit d, nee 1 1 akbnln'eebbaeira, eforaale by LEVI II GiALE, aprl 93 C lmmon oa OAP--:0 oIrxesn Soap, .inel (oild. Jacsaobn & ''rowlbridgo, and.l A Mortron', Itbr ule by apl I lRInlGIr, & Co, 131 , Marnzine at i'iSiPkiT :i lltl,E-rxf l joi eta rndles, asorled brand,, Ilr ale by _al p 1 1 BltlDGIO' (o C 134 Magazine at bh1l Whiskey ; 5 casks Ianeoo Sides; 50 iasks Boron Shotldere; 1 cookseoronaend Htiomn. aolprl I rIlOS II t1 UI.IEN. 74 Canmp t WISIt)M ANID GENIUS OF ,IIAKiPI.:AI(IL 4IO)IPIIISINt Mlnral Plltrttnihv, Itelineatioas if a) ChLarnter, Paltillo ofNoirell· aldl tile Paonsina- 'eerll hlttdred AIlthritlm antd intcllet rsellea pinel.r. Willt1ott lrc. titeoeit tle tnking it T"Ient Book for tlhe PihIlol hier, Mlorlielt, Si.,anesnan, , I'oet allti lhe 'Tihe Spirit of lie Eail, llli.trated ii a Jtlnal an I Trotele Ithrnlah IRoimeli, dndrinlg enevifnlifl perid bl D Urqilthrl, Req. Judi received nld for atile b " april I ALEX. 1(TOW R , 49 iL'nmn at FOIl T'IIE RACES EVERY DAY. A TRAIN OF CARS will leave the Depot, al A foot of Canal straleet. D~epart Relurn * A.lii8 A. ^I. II Ilt Ill 11 3 12^ 1't 121 121 I P. ^1. 1 P. Al. 3 . .1 4j irownr.e' lifty rcnl, hicht wiill entitle each passenger to twol ticlet,, ne to gi, the other to retarn. II 'l''A'engrtrs ie l,,"prliceularly requestedo l to p r- P hae titet e, by which mi i coInr sion aIllnd dear will. 1 e anved hll e'll eelors. J II CA I.II 'UIrI.L, TO' IOt NTIY 31E'33('1ANN . Af ho. Ihok. ti , l"ollo y Of I lank lh kSA wrltin moemd letter aprI' Ot ( ulr , lI.i, &eC rn-flola t hIan S r El ll go1 d s Icrllgo er by AlEX 'If)\ WA, Ilr .ll n C 1, if ENGil.SI I'I3.FI3 CII & SPANISHI ACAI)EMY. rN. No. .1 ST. (Cl*llI.EL STHEET ]/,,a." Keeplny. F o' i" I, "I}rln i i ;r: l hi S h, will ilellnl r i tr ofmistmn . or , ricr rsho Id t o 1,11l. I)l:,Rl M Murray, who i totkP Iterr hnre of Ihi dl. nr, Irt, i . II u lg d p1'.cti ui JIIoTkkerper. II, iE ftaultr II) in ni+.1i( of Inoir wl, ihlpl 1l IIrIorlherll t ew si b PIICre.· | ir - hops, Io giv, R.ANtif,'E PO P hirE.h 'I'hlls wlh, l Inal nt hP su ici(llte ad vanced in arilh. I It'l,"i , !1 he iI 'i'IH:I dI I tIhlt1 nti hDI la Nhirlle Orlcan S11I(I IIp hI ' I1EST DhONNt EI l u omp (llerianursqu lo-hus-mu, , 7" o'Ich k at dom2t n I ; ri h D Mi 1 cIrI ,, Pr i 'nipl. ric. 11I aBI'Nr'lol &. lAR )1F El rI.m NIe-Ihrv, etre Nea0l thrmIlil sd ,,o,.r taht'I ,"of I yreI W II trh C ,orl ett l 2ho lan breu xde arml o.r mpai, lih . °-, n,23A '.()l A IE, T 1!Y ("lotaIr, . Ina--)lSSOiH.ProN VO. CO.P ID'NEiS lii[I lVa P a ll" lll:t n~ltll, noby Iht.,'l ll ,,lrnnel Itk the P ar dsrr; Writo Peroyl havingl a i'hdrewa f1reI he concern. b:. \V. P+RIIY \V P I ILY (lllP rrolT E hI'o ' grast nia, . -lerlh IIalln altll' ll h n I' e ." ,I, I nI f,,Ii'r fI r soaie Sn sC ll I ,S-.. fIIIIs· I lanhuge r ll Cr SI to lwhich l h, nctloiilo of the public are invited. " ft ,a d Iw I'W P1"ERRY. SGtt t i and o1r-4 lle - l -ey of _lor (. Ii O!LrLSE , 44 fNew Lev (IF NE\' ORlI.EANS. ir'weeIhIeI hrI orf te Ild two o'cloek, t Its Office of thel Compayi "2, Camp bolkreel. IlAy uordr of llhr Blarrr. nlrl3 C. I.. TR.\CY, Srcrtllry. BUREAU DE tUMk j \1PjAG jg ms RANCE DES POIPIErmS. De N t Nouvelle Orlen.s, A VIS EST DONNE sux Souscerioeurs quc d l'uention do Ireiza Directeurs, pour l'nndn Sirvarte, anra lieu Lutldi Ie premier Avrll, entre dix at deux lrces, an bureau do It Corapaguir, Ia n rue do Camp No. 21. 0o Psr ,crdre des Dilreotnrs, 't E23 E, L. TRACY, Seerdtairo,. 't IIOCO. 1'1E--:,0ho lt boxems receiag fro wis 2 Jos on per shlli m COhidiamn. n" d forrsale by n13 SIIAllI.,.H IIRt)\VN, 96 Magazine st t JOHN V. CHILDS, tENGRAVER Ai N') Ct'PI'EI-i'LATE PRINTER, No. 3. Camp Si. mc/lcl, engrave and print I, ordr, liba ak tes. bills . of exl h , bllllll l, Iti s of uadig, Il }ola, lr l .n b. rill and visi:h|. curds notnri •I, co su-r i.nd ea nting id ,louse Pels, door ip:Ces, silver ware, -., -ulwoy a itShad, n assortlent or silver plated alnd bracs door 1' S Cards pr;aled 'om Iateos olrealy elgroved. C 7)(S'1'ON R1U 1-I01 bourre:s, Iloon Ron, londi.. f; l fronI ihip eoeoabiana, am i,, s).' by Smai S t J P WIIII'I'NEV,73 Camp N hasr aned for saole bv -lt ._ . I,oSEY, .,l New L L 4ýTEIIS'rEH't sprllilI" bmaks, copy boouks and S" ltllelcaouJ r sle Irby rill4 I) FPELT & (Co, 21 Chartre s iATIiK pXUYsil 'bls, Iaoitmg fross mlcale boet Sorfllool, lir saole by e 114 ' A TRIiERII31 ravierat AN1tI.ES- 5 l)l.rxe spm' ernlecdls. just receil el ticr i hip rleuas, for ýl, .e by P tl i r.II.A3L & BROWN. 9J6 Magazine st A CGIEIE.BLY .o law, and io virlte of a resoluon of hle Couocil t'"tile Seoll . lllicipaliy,.nutilee is gVnll, dhot an elseetinl for Aidrrlaen of Ike esad Maeiciprllic, will take place on Madyv Ist April next, fnm 9 oi'clock A. AI. ultill 5 o'cloek P. P . at tl placesa,ndll ulder the slprilbtelrueauc (l tile pe.seois lerrinfler designauted,l o wit:- lat warl, at ti Exrehablge Hotol. Inspectors Jollhl I oloee 3nd WVillia.lll lcKean. Clerk John Baain ¶~pwar, I o the Municleipal hall. I peeltor Thomase. Toby and \Wiliaim Frrer. Clerk B Kendig. 3d1ward, atel Daniel leAley's. Inleperlirs William T. Htpjp alnd J.aes W. Belan. ClarkC.. I. Hardy. Now Orlean, 132161 March 1839. _1_h('. (.E Et IS, Mayor. (.4FO:()1,31IE'I'I A la loi,eten verlu d'ue re solioa dlit Coln-eil de Ia Mtenieipalit No a deux, arvi eat doe , qu' qU I'Aeelecion des Aldermen de Ia ,lito Mu icillalit, nula lieu Loudi, tcr Avril pro chaie, depuis eeuf eares do oniln jusqa'i einq heurea do I'arcraodi, rdos lea liub at elmoala directoiun des (rsoallos ciier .if ,d1ig.be, saveair Irr dislrit, a 'lExcrhana hotel. Inapecteura, Johb .Iewl.ett and Willilum MSlKee. Grenfier Joah BIl.... Jldistrict, A la alaia, mrnecipara. Inepeetrur 4 Ihma Tnlobit An I William Frerro. Glealler Bejam:ea a KIrmlig hur liaricr, lsoe Daiel MeAuley. Ilnspater., - W.'r. 'Hir .lnf Jlmce. 1. Blean. Grelfler GIarge W. Rldy. . Lu NIvelleOflhane, 19 Mlrs 1839, nsC. G.SO-t., Mirer. ý'rEKl. PEN. -Ju-, reruived u law gnms tOdills,, K l F ,1- r, mel P ir'y' l3r patent .Wel pens, fee talehv I) l\'llI FELT & Co., d t'.a5 " NY V alialerarrllla . Cllhartraes aI crTlte pal tiuEishled 'lr fifteen nitllla. T his vetti ng. , S Will be presenrted Kiuo Ie. l1RGINIU3. Virginiap, Apits Claudiur. Virginia, Sevid, Overture, b O i heur T conclude wmdh the, pepular F' a A NABOI ;-iO AN HtOU Sam Stibbe, M SBrr * Snill, ' nn .11asl'ton Emily, e-, L or 'TO THE ARTI'IST ANDI) PANCY IPA)NTI. JUS'I' received by tle la Intet arinl I rour FaIe,, a splendid c:l", ti.n if.Artit'a Ilttrhelp0itraa.lal. eta; paler knirve, irawons and pal etc ; water o1U / ayN warer iolora reprlred. wilh honey h. . for tjo; stumiop of every deCieiptiii,. ,lattdid r and wniliut easels, fir portrait poailters; p. yYone of every color, perils fcs'evry size varaih' IfIthna, alt al rmund, very Inrge size cal rnassie; .alredy pretred India ilnk, sperlia ; lare loxnos,l ftall Rutaleli with cloru , brushelr, elegantly itted lip, &e &d. Splerilid Albums, upelrly bau al and t" b; conoy, of every descriprion, by cake; tlgn.land atnt nualL tlsnur, d ielinls; andrl II great qnnriry id arttele of tatRe whli(:hare too n0OIuryyna. o detuil. The princilral= of Arudsnire, 'l'eenhern on tDaingl and Pantting, will do well to call at th 'ltore at the eabceiberlr thith will accomtneldte the ut aleart atid cruicts favorably. MONDELLI, No .58 lCamlp Mec Denler in Icinl- Oil, Ve'nt. Jahes and Fancy Article. for lcincret, whrloleele and lelail. maer 7 C. OGWO'D-l-3tn tne Cnt.penclty Ln.twadrl laid. i iegfroii brigAein, filr sale by , - From 500 to 10(10 .hares Stoc in Citliatin Beak, I 1110EwiN hiag Ito ell, aill di well to tCll and Icore ticirnanun and nnr'o:eif frrolek, IC Ih eter. ofEnglih & Iilvetrr,nl, ppoerrilte te Arcndd. Ceiintry stockb alone i de.id. S E CAMP. sIIar E CAMP. WASU1INIIWAON BlAELL3001 Drern, & Masquerade Ball St. Philip lIreit, Iratwcei lroyvnl . H& trboa. Si*titl,: urnoiger rfrll nollne niu"ir ICloll Rlom,grale a. II1 to Ie "viunil'noutel Clii. lllli, f b, h] Unal I.]led llilatrnrirrrge lr o lirre hie Iil, orileveral M.esuaes. reslet'lfilly inlfrms hIriiir iuat hre selrallvshneall has Ieecn rtlnlge.l fr tlhe 1rlrllrlltrlr 1r viitors e-and utl iergonire imlnlr.er rerpiirs. :l' lh bee will be nepalsned by nonr ill qirelir oI liquors. ed ire llcetnaralll ICbe kbeirt by tilea abe.t ICectiirrnu. urlt it e Uniano Statee. 'Th1e rir aill reeilieli Oil otlllrdilv nven:eg, 3rd if NovPlmer nexl, hv a (,RllANI) lI):l.E I & 1IANq ItAI)E BALL. nerl ,ill tlke olnee its llnl eur, llr ltoeday, Werlnes due 'nil N-tllllrcit i tv'niogr , I reiig the itreon, which mill and ) o Ii, t toif Not, Il,{11 N. It. The crealrrrtt, rriel till b u pd'td kbap. eg lirItleru Itrour lg lor tl eýr Clu i c isbli nhmat a nt i dose Ins deaeolh EXCIIAN(;: Ih lFAIINI" R1O()M. I IIeI; proprielor has re-littred hil Ileadllg Ronie, in the St. ('halrs e|xr.lnnle, (Tatlrer ofl eraior aul SIt. Chirh..la tliet, I theII illt i neas atl m e isides fierll lhfimrir.ipal I Ilpercof b hl Ulitud LStaten ofevrerv ityV ld staeII II'" (;innaidalc'exnu and Meai co and+ oltla.nnn, to, ratii i. regiilryu and eatensive Iv su iied with thl lut si Ii:i i'eonn palier, Loyd' Lisha,td uli'e'' fri ii CIrent. Aiol with nearly all Itihe ctirtlry Perl lic le ofl ie bay, rnd hns there )Ul el u l tiltr:( It 1it( a oni i, ilil tlir , WVeslmin aier -l CYIp IIII I~i tllad IIlek'ob, ln oI hgail ln. The Norlh Abrtirican lIe, ire; tlie Siu itvern Itie,arvKniec bncker,e Tle ericn,'r Jd.riIl if it eitieei and Arts al.inet i.,ic, Ilhiy I)r..nrrc . l I.l..vinw, (.entleamen'a a tilnOi,Aeiiiru IIrurIoIvll, Ilrulltlv' I liRcellylh.the fleirll iilliiiurgrl Reicw, uro a vnein .of oli erl . Ill ltese worirlaie re lerrycriirrr ,r lid vncil ed h. ' he ro nir i a h illi ii ii r p o e Vc a iety f",e rnrci! ilntla., , \ilhe Iegioier, levy's ?'rice Car. o fnrbvilrtii it iii, iunrrulrnl, (tanut.ere, and a variety of workr o/ref,,rece. The ",t o ive, r ilnnellil nrews elleetnre areraem plieved'!' oi el~ ho 'lprliemlilli f rivas and rouns nlor e p r Is h ,e w il b i 10 le irid r th is lin d i g R o em thi fi t 'ri:,/,the i1M ule+ , i il:arlue l . ... . i rii eo l,.trully ....t i t n mt~rlrc c1ii,, i i (A IRDSt El' lItl\lTE at the shaiesit Notice, in the most eleganlt ,aennte, in Ila 1 , (olred IbK, on Engnel t Ird, 1V il like, or l'i. Y f 'da 1 Clana l, and P. ice erery rerIl"r, h.'c o '', .'E r ': '11;IICAN OF S FII:E, ,orn r <J r , y l,,,, t* n r. t . h(-'iileh. N . .ice", l \< w an ftt Ih i,,l' ,I lI'oanl/s of P1.i have s l ju brens illa t led to the ".thli/hl ent. O(ners re rieerl t (' ml, ..1 l R n,. Nt. Charles " Et chaa li,,, I.nd o, I'l, (; , al ýl.,or al the Printinting lit Dgi rme,, o f l'~y,ir n. Sti. ('.I,[,le I t'reets. norI- f . . . 1 1.1. . tIIE- I ll,,, lu lu , - i ll I lit 1.1 . i ri'-. publie that todi ,' h r, neI ul c , State af ot' e.:., ti"el tf.ilq j It . o , r7,v m n f1 Egyp 1 (6~ I, lrnafiein 1. uu i ih . o ui iuu iu1,1 niir.qe I i$ ' "" A4 . l r. -u -- li, uu t' i enh N, 197... [11-)',(61 (·I llal.I lP ;I~- tP,]ý e'/11: n ir'krl , $1. tar rn I s old wnoll o n. L 1In hrlh.e U fll nll or good pop r lh It tie llotin l eNod. Il,.d Tl it ll. Si.ehl t i rAlert. T A I7 R A' E .RELL l, m ,, are iii " !iou)ir . I '"tt _,-Li u ' li' et uui qui l|'ii S"ell I II, tI II (l,.p, N O IleelT- eth retae.a u , N "' inli . I i N',ia elle I Orlvn I 'nerporn . . I,. th:I'ue i li',,:,. I -L+ulr,. I ' r iiiii iiP E of New or lm l -ar ,. ,r 1 u" 1. 1 i, 1 d I ,'r 'll~ nip Drolnvr n v o thdea d t ch. ai di olll[ l I IIft l" e t,,, ! 'ivnil, b Lebi hld on aI O R E uw i n t Ir , e l . I ' I , 'T R A C r u-ne l_ Seeretara . C 1 :29- f'-\1111 ;IE ., I),n IeIe, N,,Ivelle Orluunns UT N ,"'TI.: inlihdb on le. • l Imr topl'liorer I'lcte r d'lor llerl,lor t.t · h i l pooI e IlC ' heuilnee desli I' " Ii ha i Hlh, I, l d lling inut uRl, a mutlrd I. ontiln e I, l, a i R ..e y Ap re Ply al ie lle rg More, , o;, i . tf 1I uIam Ilet tAd GiunL Is sts. o"Q! I JAIJAN tij1l u111 i hqi .11r (IIt I, I tdE eg ant aGrva it Of dI[1'r,, i h, lr Id pylu no,r lcaa vad and for _ fe2 -SCl aeriea at %TIEAM O1AT10 IiBLL. SIWNIERI, A(Il'I'*, tr ( \I''A INS ofSTFeAM -l OAT:l' ran t,re their Ihll.a sellark of, in on -or more Cohlored laks, on I'lni e,, (Colnred Paope;, With adespaut. ivrt antfnarenle 1'ee,,, by tebiag thir OIDERS GonT'ILUI.: ,\M':tIL(;AS' OF!iIC(E, coner g Ioydra l aold t. CIHnrh s C lru'e-:. 'r Irl f llIPI DK-d Gil l"lulriei"an,- , iu ag, , ham. ,a; eVe'y ItiiIgl I)iii , l u .n i'.ii tIC illilldren. Apply at, mr2d N". G5I;'nmprt a l" Iding, Pier Fluie, LIo tule by 6. I)OHSEY , _lnv5 44 New Let. W11T1iSKh V I"Y- Ib bli'u-ietal 11 biskeyaincy a RAI -Il41t Li i Liag n.u lll , ili s.ltr, filtes I n nllt1 HId)e, 'vIDoW Ct.M,, .,it ;buita at,,,la - glvai t V naio clreI nalP ba Id llals. reveivni per shipOro leans lld tllir!es Josrla i h-ar,lbtir ia yliy In5 I. (' I,)ANO.N, Ia Cdampaf cl.niliiig, liuuIilg ruiunislin .einiator fr la ale by oai I RItIlIt &-1Tu 114 Magsazine at ED i lairalbb, •an s_ Sing from Chi i SullllNry. ior ile by 1 1J landiiig fron shllip (nluaaliii,, tIlrtvale ty .mi5 I BRIDt(;I, &: Co, 134 3lgaia.ne a t I N I '-Th 1u. ) " IIr ie {JYgh nt unglti aIa the Alnpothelvay srve iwld flivnerly by 'Wilavm Rva --Tcl ll, iloul ii, iiliiiinlta the Vegntublfl market oFtlia 2d iluiu "pa .ity, ahlle lb llll s--begs leave to inforn pllhvinu ' id the la a ir generIl, dnt he ban pat tIll. evilbliiliienl,, Ii I in deraitianr an able and ve aiat+" lpitail aplnthnra, bail hdlo tile beva mediaines alld'eeal l I)hrallll Plnli(n Cian bn Ih.eFalcon. slt l ly a there, In phavsaoiuus lpres iltti o nIS ut ap crefuI allly ilay and ll , l " . - --.. . It. BONNABEL. wod will be }111 y-dlli, stilb riber, fir such in. formntl'l As will leadill t ile diseo, er.,of the driver on a Invy nunlhered I2I2 I(lips, i Ii In h. a fale avnulber) who ianll.d 2 as vialn In bale mdze A. frhm ship Sla . LI HGALl, " Lord 3(·mmonst B AL.I.AS jI''.uTl IIE.- olg vrai afl_-iwug or 70 n. ul')onl IIR Aballast to Ibn above pOrp for thich a Ilar Irighl will be given,'updy toa Bo office, St Cha,4es. o 3 i -- . . . . . • "zt ni.9 a ara.In a ind b - arr s Ile for ,lanlation uae, in tll-.fnr e by -HA.~1I'LIN & COOPER, m1 " " 79t1 1' Julia st fl r.UlDll will dteliver a public reoal m on the *v.,llue.:t on I'AlTURrI)AY EVENING, at laj a , -" k, al the Iireibyrian Cburch, Larfs yelve .square. Ludies are pl Ie&,._ , 1 " r, o. end, Tbe sualjecl .ill bI" iu ii. . . : n u ,a draniugv. . lu8