Newspaper of True American, April 3, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated April 3, 1839 Page 2
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Je IF lokegI.1.ti38hee;2 havi. egg' cmutli: oCTOe.... c ~.t;4 4ecce-8c.e .:Prceleat,.cr Cr4imapeer e.ec. rohiseetot 10tiVeeic Fre.e.,g 4.1 14i Lee, 15 .I, Rork, WAtR4&c.,; A 1 oo-to I. to oV .1.~ C TI~~li1 lllisOlrd -1-1l iijil, Wr oeirl r, F Mi.xi.rý'lili~i·.)l r Poln.l.u t 4 , A VV, P 48..PNe.P ItsinA C el IWae Jeeblli. It Vothll,-Il. A I tlC4., 1)c.Te l l-l.ollli I.\r *iat i·ll ft ~L;IINI )eilWeI.Ic;1 eer tIc.lh,,l R,.lte~l. N 0. WH I deu.1W..A',W-, L-h-.uEI L;Hr, 11-rol :a-C Nec 4IIp.,y. N NI .e.. IRA-. Aotfl--e Wur R t~flý.Iliy jo;-IUi, rbrSnjWt,"a J 111Oiha, j ,e'.Pe I"cccItel..' lsIeeýl,. T lcIch. J *Ilccl'. A Jft.ceJ~e~i4a.t~c~ItccyItlceeeA8 SSPI.FNDID LONDON BOOKS. . ..Will' Superb'l tel- Enerovwilge. M I'TO'S Pardio l.ol, ill.ln ltraed by John SViewa si alhp Hiinenlav ounllain.s, in India. Sflt iluiwiruild IopiieIraphy of I.ndon. S" .M itjl ture . .ii j li' I, ra.y, i. Nl vil. A l.Ariaem u.nature. -Flor*.' es .n . Thl laok'jfi Ko I ho-v-I,.ea dames d.l Byron '. -AIryw's len Hlol'.Rfipiwe pniii.-.. ·Pinru tmaller|-.lhe I)'n!eiaby l iss Shril an. Clafi eoarli h if pilpolar moenlY -IV siT bk Oartdim or c nlc il utvful arts. And a varcely I'falqteadiad da imil lls abum andl wnUrks -l.al in l litreruoreu .. At E.. Itl S C i., O i9 " _or So l doi.arl ,a l I .l Gia i rands i in nULD k a r amoraed rie . 014 IranB-hm os!ou .1i ship 'alaolndi,bi.a and fi.y nlehlif ' SHALl & BRIOWN, , 0"5 ' . 9 fiMrg.ziri' st T INSEI' 1llt) -3 a.sik rveeirvig firom New ' rk il ner. alip A]iiirsripld andl fir m'th hy nm25 SItFnAIl BIIOW,,9i Magaznila at liiar7. RFAI) & lItAieS'lOW.7 Bank Place URSiC l IlIIANUIY llrhrrela old ieaci brmoody, . 6;ir eslahy Sinal7 rEAD & BARST'.OW 7 Ileabk place ' h aICHIdLAS.NIK.LEVn -Non. 7, 8 Bned9! alon i L heall, l ixnon in one part: with a, Viriely of 'ery inlterastin booklo,ju.t'rperived; rar i'ale b all7 . . • . A' '(nVAl, 49 Camp R OV :-IrWiieoT-o(TFn Ink 'owder, ites recived" r .l fiw bl5 by . SIALL &'BROWN, - n n i.9 e . I o l i aomine ot Ir3N; APJE11. C EESa .iianl tGn la heltler i, , Sal wur i'lod for etle ly- LEAI) & BARhSlOW nuilrO . . 7 Baltk Placo SP weR- ANI)L-Si ro Itoxes jiml reei.d-alnnd K. fprpatle iy -SAMUEL L BLlINCIARIA,' * 1 "8 Horer _ :3)3 (;iraoer rt fAR-5laLe loio K rertivanrng irotiii ip Ci.rlt I . n mnejii. ad for Pale'hv.. inior .9 SI!AI.I. &' BtRIWN, 96 llag.'tzinP st . ' T)o *l: LADIES. itr HIULL'.S'I ll 'RO A jO)OM LNAL SUI'POIITEIL -* |l4e prew'isltruenent fir th radlield curd of Pro. Jlapel. U.ir ui;r 'Falling of thu Womb, bly ox. ternnl application, asuporosdiAng Iho -un o f the ub. jiiciunable proesary, is confidently rebomnmonded to lie afflicted as .ohe maans of a perfect retoraltion on hlanltlh it neor having fatilid of perforning a uortvoen under thie 'ioaet aggravaed eircumrlean. .ew.. h It lm rqpeived the dooidad approbation of Sir Astley Cooper of London ; Sir Benjamin C lredi .; :Ml Jamils Clark, Phyiecian to the fueell; Or Anliwell. L"ci-or an'nmidlwifory to Ouy' Hlion. ial)l ; Dr Righy, lecturer to St Blrtlholomcwna;Dr Grifflt!j, lecturer lu W tmaino.lr tispital'; Dr .anrliothum,, lectorer t' I.onton hoepital Robert Fergilpt, loiurore to Weitminstr lying.io hoepit. at Dr 8weetmain, lecturer to. Middloax 'hospital, Sjlanior atcon.ej ur to Queen Cliarlotle's lying. onlJpaln; m*Uoy Heury' Dvifo, Conquestl; ilde nll. e, 'Mlrrinian Muogeon Keatea, &c. by Dr MoTre.u, president of. tho Acitdemni Roanyate Sd IMLedill,-rParie, and Aecoucher to the Duchens Dl)rlagnt ;. profeinore Velpeou Marjolin, Paul .D. f, S·a on and oalier.--ind in New York by prdiemor W Prapnois, G S Bedrord, M I) plroFi. eor.f mihdwifiery in tha unoersit uof the cify of new' kli; poofd. DiDelfild,. and Francii U John. : l .an.tid et County Mod Soaiety, Laurens Hull 'nro r td aoemiey.B atie ofN York. profa Joe :'-a*"NOdohi of Albany, prof. Marchb Cvrua Par. : at. .lbuii--Dri. Thoi -Boyd, Gilbder Smith,. *u - a.IeiI rgaai Ludlow, Kimeam..Vaehe, Power, O ri.pooVaY n Rqtanlaleor, and many other 'dimtih. gi. sihl phlyicinlig in tih U Staloe..' s , 'A U jlqfl, Office 4 Voymoy eL, Astor Houqe N "-Ti« k,. • • " • - : .. ' • " jA.poolttint iopIly of tlieabove initruments, Smhit Dr.l'ull' irproved Tr.unse for Hrniba, will be k pt . . StCKLES &. Co, N.Orleann, •A SG*r ter, Nntch,.a; Stomi & MUraf. Wood. wilbe; Beth'adMallory, M-mnphis;-t D Wlkin-. et oainerrtllr: ill' an.I W i'titin oa,,'N iala'illt; .;:UIr and Hii t ili:ou d . R I. bli i. Fl.rence. A l';I C t--S1lntwoaal, 'Athlen; trbv und M.ilAtin, lial» |1l; DOqW hanod Ilnf. --l, ilae. al.ll lmn lo"w+ » g-". - AtUlt lA4l " TRIER, A 31..a : - . .I ;nrvier so --Im 'e-AAppl nat.ni, zdiwhei 4 t:.. [eta | ag P awll al,'trliW l tIt.l . ile llzao blel ll 4*l audShbirttigoi'.sforo'l lrv " "*_ _- " 1 i> ltliit:' (o. 134 Mergani, s-t '.a. : iiiERCEii AIWTes. S I.SBC.1M\A0iSc cn w'e a lltAUru,.vl. CKcV-e. * -w eleS * ofaener' hsror Snricltby.enllula'n1 o '4 jUen,,fr.Cblnele Ec«hnancii, *eung the RcAH.. o.@c M tyt -'wanraiiaSvlr.esretl, maelie IS'liul ST^vIriman .» ndi tlinral forowle ly i tlK9r: • )EAD-& BAIRSTOW, 7 TBnat Place '. jf tO. . •-tlaeoii t ,,ha, ,in "fit .lb hi .... +cr;l0 .1". * . - " 7., lIR, i 4 79» A. 82 Jii rft 4i; r Ijiup uNiII - IIA'.IHi Iig te C410, e lbeoniig ~~oabelwiutl thin Qffee jac *PLENOM D0 EXTENUIVE ASSORNMENT OF TYPE T 1M TOE PRInlTING, OP: Oat i3. - Dll.of LaRdingf LO Dm7 ocept. ·_klrl L~tui Auction Utile . UlieShw anW Sir Dent Dl. icculamr And eve"Y d1eeuI"e *ae~tvrk that ..aibctcqu· Orucd. TI1 'TRUR AMERICA IN. KUIuI'it aIr JoaIIa g allOllN. PAZw rtT . AND BOLD. W W * OR ILEA NS. WEDNESDAY APRIL. 3, 1i39. PILASvnUR PARTY.-A Party of Ldies and Gontle imen li I lave the flsnt of Canal streer, to visit the Prarie Cuttige ani wnrks of the Road. thlieday at l i'clock.' Ladiannil gentlemen dlesiros of joiinig !tis Party, ihy givilg ininernmation, will hitve a fair opportu. nity. - NAVAL;-The U. . lship Levant, the frigate Macedo nian, anl alep-of-war Erie, sailed last week frci Pan ncola, for tile Coast of Mexico. MR. FREDvmtcK'a IBEcEaIT.-'The performancea at the Camp this evening, will be forthe Ilenefit of Mr: Frldericka, whlt, wilh great good taitei;'s selected Rulwer's play of the Dutchoss.de 1a Valliere, and tie "l.a-ly of Lyons, in wlhich latter play,'his olande Mel. noite han won such meritld approbation. It will be seMn, oo, how well tie Dutclhi de la Vallinre deserved the cold reception it had from tih Lmnnldn audience, and it will be well cornlamted wi-h the Lady of Lyons, which the anlihr'san-rte eing withheld, wa. there're ceiveal with enthlsiasale applause. It ifull of beauli fIl poatry, of t rllhos and of power. iaho does niot remember tlte story of La Valliere-tlhe inncrMent, idol ited, deserted and penitent Valliner! Tie Clour or Louis "XIV. was mest licent;aus-it was a maelstrom into which by a false gitm innocence, and unsoli.iticated yovth and lovelinen , were insensibly lured, to awake from their blisnful dream of pleasures eternal, to lthe coh!i reality or a hollow an'l nfeeling court. Poor La Vailliere!-How our sympathiesw go with her! Iii tihe days of prnoperity, niistreas of lle Kiqg's heent, nuld then his itnialon, saperreled lby Montlepnn, her dnmer du panlt, whoI in turn hlad to yield precedence to Alainlen n. Itulwer has tken take e eight years' eventil of Vallirae' I asdnlcdac over IL.onia, iand wayen out f them a rIeaal itaertsnrng pliy, il which hte .kss corrived tio throwt mnlit exquisite pr.try. The etsl at thie( Camp istvery felicitosA.-Mra. Barret is adtitahbly calculated to ponurtrny flai patlie,, wlhich, actcording to tile nu'hor, "is derived from thei slernllns ofr tullitlitiet pllrly intel leluntl, purilietI and ai xliled y tihe infirlilties of our natlur." Shite will do jadrtice to I,a Valliore. Ilrage! oni will be sustained hy Mr. Frpdesicks-r lbrageloti tle gallllant and-eonstant-tthe nadling-tlhe mtdly I.viln Bllrnl.emni-the spirlit of t 1)1h" knlirtlyvand rusader-like age." i, whiclI he liv d-l-thle salti of echivalry and of honor, wltlae.slemrness u llbell alone, to the fervor of his nliaplaeel pasieon. Mr.Fredericks will sutnain tile part ably. He is all admirer iof ,lllwer, and Iwill take tile .aillS 1u Inlldilrstnad thlt character lie persoenetis. Ilii faithful tIcontel)titi l Claude Maloite, walrrants uI il tire beii fr tIhat hii audli.ence will he filly as wr.ll pleased with his IBrgelllni, to which, if we mistake not, he has given Illilch closr aitelnt.oi. Wte IrIpi ItIat Mr. FredIt ickie may have a n.I. I lle.i n:fit. Iliri uanae niag oaIImerrrtid the st-rill e nripriety f tlik chiractetr-lis meire iaitmihs to the mark anil Waerng of. a gntleritla, tribertlr ,itll his tlliCcesinge 'tlhl. to give hl'aiu-ere,tnid ri fnifil his duties, prseln hitn in lrheintS at fiterltable light to our cilizell as a beleticiary. CEIESTE.-Th-- eaquisite datnseuo.. and artiste, thav ng f.ilfilled iher moet brilliant reiggegment t llhe rt. Charles, will next proceed to olubile, whare she will dligpllly her unrivallscI powers of delineation, and the peerleai grace of her ldances, for a few piglhts. The success of Celeste is not more the result of hlcr natural geni-is and untiring industry, thlan of the good iress of her bcart aclid the sweetness of her disposition, hIy which sle-wins the esteem and respect of all rhose with whom slie has to co-operale, and who take plea sure and pride.in contribuling, as far as in their plowr, to hlirr ntrlcers, by endleaoring to get threogh their business in tlle bslt possiblle nwiner. She anperintends the "getiing all" of all her epiecAs in propris persrona andi isalways coneiliatory when giving such instructions an are deetned necessary. There is nothing captious or ll IItuluit in lher temmer,bllt aecerness is cmanifested in all iiie dres, that is irren istile. lDuring her recent eilgagenmt at thle St. Charles, Celesti welt through a round of characters, i which ithe versatility and extent of her talent, were well dis inlyeci In thie delightful melo drama of St. Alary's Eve, her personatic n of the devoted Madeline is full of fee'ing and paithls. We do not know when wet have seen a more faith lu pictfure, and one iore fraught with beauty. In tile Child of the Wreck, anl tile French Sipy her cpatomime is exeuisite. Every gesture is freighted witl grace andru ih. Words are not wanting tc explain earnesatnes or telnderness of feelilg, nor salliety, nrceare, nor fIhr, nor horror. Then elotions aecso vividly reflected in hlir expressive face, speaking fronm ier large, full, beaming eyes, that we do not wait for language n~ i exp licil; In ithe wthohroutine of her characters, Celeste per Ihasn is Imost hiappy ill her Narramialah, or Wept of WiVh--tc-Wisc. The devotion of the white bird to Conanicher, and the seelmi agly slow return of oadl ases rlctions incil. ncicetitnus,brought tip by her nicter'e dvice, warhling the favorite Iong of ier nmother-the Ibnrsting of ir henrit, and death when Ceonanlitn is lshur, aren l apourtrayed with n truth and eeauty surpass Aed y snthing ltat we have seen in the Drama. Cele.tr appeared in a sveral other iieces, which owed all their i nterest to I.lr imatchless personations and inlde fatigable industry. B rit if therme ne e lharacter in which we could see her forecer, it is La Baysdere, in which sih realizes all that poets may Catny of a bright. beautifil being, untinged by noght of thisi world's heaven, and possessed of:a Jght ai-y grace, which seems more to be native of fairylind than tihe gill of mIortal. Sihe is tile embodiment of grace and agility. lHorw much tenderness beamei from her eyes of light, ane liaw much youthlul innocence glowsa in her wl oin mianner. With what precision iher twinkl;ng feet move to tie exquisite ullsie, and with what 'aplomb she alighli from one o her unequalled springs. ler piro uettes am tiilliantly rapid and exact; and her attitudes, all beautiful beyond description. As an artiste, Celeste lia the very highest rank in her prfesaion.. Sle unites "with a sweet, expressve face, a form of reat symmetry and muchpheysiiel power. Her ctieenitions are true ti nature, and her delileations in perfect keeping with them. Site never fatigues her audience, but always keeps tlhem leased with some new enchantment. On her retuan froml Mobile, we hope to air thle pleasure of witessing her perform ances for a few nights more. I07 The performances at the Camp oiThu'l'lrsday,ate for tie Benefit of the Treasuresl-Tlhe 4th acl.ofVenice Preserved, the 4lh act of the cholol for Scandal, Reais. ing the Wiid, the Comedy of tihe Secret, the Irish To tor,are to ie played. In theie several pieces, will all pear a cmcbi:itltion of rare talent. Amonagthnoseengaiged inthe cvenilig's perlortc.icisec, ame, lMesras Ilrrett, Scllt, J.S IBrowne, J. M. Brown, IBaron. Holland, Johnsson IMre. Uslrell, c.:-Such attraction will aot go unnau fised. L.aTr'a IROM wUitRO.-We findl in - foillowing in ihe Iillattnore Aeeriean ,of the 263th ult: Alieing LirerlpoIl paeiwrs Ii til Illth Februarv, ibruahit Iy Ich Pcall lllias alt Philadelllil haver collie to ligcht. A I.olndon dateofthe tllh Febhruay ar s- mleciy caccNtieuss Absudanlt holh i tile city anl on +lne jteak Eachetige. A redacl, m in the lands has fikallen place ictllsC)eleee of Iithe aglcaitbi o the at, heclt l tie Coail Ilat. Peosse ar n teaIrtined of acts a ding it strsou d.lonsslattli'ls en the panrt of the people it, the large awDe eXnliive si anefallctclrig dii. trjicis, by iWinichl tile publie -injuilitylccligh he ndatll ired. .. ."iveremnl,.Fe6l 9.ii Caolial Matrket-Tlm'catton mar ket las iseet earv stealdy,d and ir a sir tamunt of bosin es draig on thI.oughtut tise week, which close withanir altertlion. fro:l last weeks qiolutions of American elegatt. odSale I T'li Corn Market had ralher improved. BHles oi. Frelseg .na Irieb whelat in n ie nsitances, were iildel at l, to Wcl Ir butshaI abhrve the rstee oltained oan Tie FI-ltI MAINP.-CThe la-i mail flln thIe east bring. tis o'e nesa of ilmportance fronm laine. The two bratrlcesof Ite Stie Legislature dli t reesam nac -.or in opcioiiu. ito tchei. lchretee afthe resulutions to be aedopted Ih re serese to tc. lntidairyc qtreitin. Th .Sceare hasrefased to msrike ohe c ds iigreinal its-: solve whiich passed that lady, and which waisnsitl c.de, by other retsiduticas adoptcd as a asubli -Uu in time 1inuet, nd at the laWt doae the sitijrec was not uis posedok " -. SThe Gnyerior of tl-ine' hsI.iainted the lh h of SApril next a a jt lhumilioatiohttrand .Tsting, and payer. . . . T'Ie following spiteful pitgraiph is from thlloyatl E Gae.le orf laliffax,-llho gpo pople of which region, would diriie nothing betlnr than a war ih :wee tie two rountries-o, lt icount of Sle gohlen harvest they would •expe~Ltooapfmtroit evea:- t . . SA SrEltAL Miltstie , jt appears ia to be 'sent -to nglaond-itf(ireui Brlailn conoulta her own dignity, she will Iate notling to'do with ghat envoy, nor ought aht to'ne'gotiate. further on the. suhjec oflihe disputed tlerritlry;, hile lie Act ' civing to lie nreeident a(l ditional powers for lih defusce on the. Unitcd tntes,' &e. is in xisteonce. Had ihb United States Ronveron ment rested aislliet with the arrangement entered.inlo wilih Mr. Fox for preventlin nny violebt collision upon the Naorthen bonier of lthe 'Unhh, and thet determined upon rendiag in Siecial Ambassador to England, all wnull have boeen wei, and tIh misniion might have been attended with results ealtisactory to both prti-s. But the iosaiion they have oteluile in grossly insult. Siiig o Gciant 1ilili, intd i one! to which iloe cannnotfor a.ilnaiiient e uhlnt withooit tle sacrifice of all rational eli trater. * (APTAIN KYt OR TIIH WVIZA.l OF THFe SEA.-A Romance hy'th author of ite'South-rwet, LaEite, &c. 130. We have frequently offEred our tribute of praint to thloe who, leaving the palistra of polities, and busy arena of cominercial pursuits, lhve devotedl 'ihir hours' to tim adrancemeit etl'otr Litrature. Ittrequirea some nerve to aiosume an undeitaking in this money I ring; niomnpy getting age, wlhichl pr!inioes so little remnnern lion hbth in reptatioop and the nmore .olid connmmodity. "Thi evil'that ien ido, lives after' them,"' and thlloe whlv do not succeed are. sure to be rewiared with the reimemibrance of thcir idemishes. Thie successful no velit ir pi'l for his nights of care and daya ofioil,by a hasty perusal-na hal hhour's verbal criticism, and an eternal slnmber on the faroff shelvi of a cinrulatmug library, or tie by gone latest works of the publiaher. Ofthslle who in our country, have tIakenulp a literary life, and devoled lhe energies of their mind , Ateadily in the pursuit of the" hubble reputation." anil who in a lew years'have obtained ranik among the tsmot succese ful, is Pruofaeor Ingralhni, nuthor of oulth west, vI. fitte. and Bnrton, ienilen a niumnrous progeny, ldat have gone lth round of4he periodical prApa. *He haw manife.lod a fecundiiv of imogination, and a teadinesa ofinvention, toetiher wtith an industry of cnmpooitioe, which even among literary laborers, are rarely .to be found. It is lodlclfl thal t lie bestrtes too muck aute on his publicaronas for tle frequei ly n uiifvst a care. Ieasnesstorl alogetheri, rictlvy in uee!rdance with thel rules ofrtste, anmpropriiety. In mruling the book be Ftie u, this impreasionstrack uo very forcibly, lnit as we understand it wat written esrreate eala , we shnllv not bIly nurself in pointi ag ont the inaneeuracie wliclhhlappened to mee our eeye. uWe 'would remninl time authlor, however, that it is "n grinvous. fauli,'' nud inny ob'iitn for lili saoie hard knocks fron tIhe less priuing, We shall oril undertike to ainalyse tlie plot-it is the cause and clilet of Inilmrt Kyd taking In pirecy. The cease'we consider tie b.nt-it is teally written wilth lspirit,iand it unity wnell proýcrvcdl; There ire scarcerly so miany imnirobabilities ndimitted,;.is :crrcurc i ie pt cond ipriu--rtullhinl a ituirrihniblu ns th ie.ifnpilndonable inlirllitiol NufGraci Fitzgerald as Secretary on board an In of ownr, under the cPiniaUllnd o. tihe lanl ur f whi sipe i1 eninoured, find to whllo sgHi is nlnoct as 0ell known nas a sister. I'lut we did not itend to flind fault r tol ell (lhestory It is cnertayinly ghly ui:lcr'eing, and containing utilty' beautiful and ficirible descripjtions. We shCll at our leisure tranarser sdpecimen of rte iri ter's p ower4,prolbahly the picture, whicl cannot fail to exeite and ilteu sta, f a stuoin ait sea. The lbook is fn sale at tlte WInk ktee. of Mr. John'-, corner St. Chlrlet and Collmmnii stre;el . EXPnREs MAl --! lie I,noisill Journal says : - It is very tiHlilsh in thie Ist.latler c geniral ntollow Ten. no S.e ain express mail tilld tli refise it to KenI:nky. I'lT fi rluerrl.,terjull iscecrtaia to go agairst lthe nadmin. 'indianio Its ie bli r. A VIEW OFL TfHE luIII.TI'Y OF A GENEIIAL 'lKlEI.;tA'llAl; KEbiTAil.I.i111E rT IN THItl INI I E.D)S'ATI S.I : We Ilhro fil tque.lly r.ked ourselres why b Tic.le grph'ie C rreelln c ehas notias vet been esta uished ill llr clillor. iWe wrer ditrllýrdtiir ettrilra it ttoin differnce r on the part o Coi.gliess and tihe Erxcultive of WanVshingteli. Alinlt Iwoi years rgo, we were infor med by ill ite newaln,r.il ally lte, that i d resolution had b;rcl ilHtaeal by lhitl. [louren, calling upon tlie Govern. ftleltp fir all Ins " ille. ilflrala on, with leespct to tile iltrtlntion of a Telelr.ihl ai seste, urs e bh oter, l luod Ito rte United istanl. ' lie cotlectors au the cn slolra .were partiulsily requnteed tron o u e r ten ioorti, prne le8111mn f nt tery pnsessed ela hecial, artlout;nice wit tle sul letl to filrnisl all the inlrlalion called for; slicae tfiht ,tivlc,.we have leran itfrmel. that sleveral plaun the ieeon presnotedi to tihe (iovernment, but we mnlst auplaoe hait those 'l'tagraplhi systeta. dtid nat answere i urpose, w wli l wves to lie able i enrlresplndl ot least wift thil promptlllas ad oexnac nessf the ysa. ntremp loayed it Fraine. We agaitl conuidere t why tlie syslean of Frrrae, 'already iin pctice thad not been inrllnaed, bnlili that it tighl t Io eerie i oi pureused or learlned. WVe thrave jst been englitenil nt tte saul jeci--tlanoka to oMr. Gtntoun, wlr lidt Irelllr Ic ttor city fior nt oal tine pst nid wir is the iaiventdlIf a Toe i graiptie system, which tippanre itn o t e viery good. Mr. Gwonn, ad tis par iter lir. Mo'roser, lave relrat edly invited is.to l, lrIresent lit tire esiitiilllctnta lnd we tire ollnfirienl in te opnlii n ttl t iteh!ir sysRte is blope rir, eld thia ol r eolfurry wirald derive irolnuoi e asdvtn tncaes in dvry res lect tay an lpinrg Iia adoniroan l it. v willioa, ablcn, crordliga tlio tlleerexplttnalimUta givenI tl by M.1. o(;oriIni. is reria r to tie rstem orf Frtoaee We were also iultorant Rl tilirn no.oa-istenc in lranee, of tire heialns of correspnidence of all kinds byie mers of tihe 'eleiratlls. 'lie (Goeeriineat Iarcllaled it sys tie from tir. Cliappe. its inithor, about forty-five or rory-nix years agol, iad being aware oftiler. im ortater cf sich all inventionia, loade tlic purchase, in f tile i nof tlr iwtirn, in troder thnt no other (ivertiaert tefte sliIIhlr se ed, i oud disose of an a eq sitioi so sa cred. aid ollvey it tor rreigi countries. We aren ten weill sBatifi ed and every onle oan be eorvincedl that Ftraine alone Iossesstes a good Trelegraprhic coiri uni cular r tsllents shro llytem mIight lie useful it teII Unlte-I Slatelln t:--i i e i n the firust rank, tre interest of tile coln hrcial con itl llunlt. tire atenai e ean liregre teaelanrs, hIave experlenced tile watnt if it to seht iI de greet that itiiang Nthiitng bletter, Illev Ilove'ridori it in everal priineilal cities, auch ais Ne rk, i hllahilatnore, Sliostnl, &.. &ee. l'elegra ils show norne dozens oft iznali, sillmlply EllnOuraicing tihe aspparaclee of verse sw anIrI spreiadig tile alarr in ease of danger to call Us. si aitle o; wliti w ld often lencll too late, tr iot at all, .Ttlrtthiwtliaviraig, iheInce we inlv Ilesrltv perceive tlll all theseir Tl'lni hsa being liitied ill the roe nc lu tiielltioll, cnlltl render unt ine kind of service, anl it those pdite es arate %rere daey are located. Tlus tlie intlortiiett conmmerrial ilterest of tire (ritir.s above tien ti aed, irnllreliaiely inrterested it kiowing with tile nirlrlest ransible delay, whatever tray occr, poays with infinite ilaelurtire. i duty tof so nllh per aon, tl learn soatie hoaurs iailvanue tiat one of its vessels is in iglht. Wo will now clearly show in a few words, sote great olvanottares wlhichnitl tiln cities of the Union might de rive flrotan lquali adlvantagef Telegrapllie eorrespoa dlnce if real v e, as it wultid plaee all of tien i a situationato know witlinl afew Iouar of each other;tle arrivals, inpirtatior o, or the least occurrence from One elltelnily of the United States to the other. There mould reau!lt from it, a regular, honorable, and extenlive eniirnereeworthy of a rich, ilouriahing, hilppy and esxremely active nation, and wlieh wotuld alwavy be ptrofitable to the laboring elasses, and would easily furnish tie means of prevanting ton frequent scarcities ofeere kind which tend to enrich some few individuals to the detrinent of the great lease. Mr. Gonot's syrte,. from the triale we rave witnbssed not only announces arrivals with every partienlar ofl interest, bt it would inaweover Le easy to conmmunirate tiroughout the marl-. time citics from Maire to Louisiana tillt that would be of any utility. WVe eonsider it useless to etend n our h aervatiora any further with regard to file benefits necru inag to nonniree ill general, lion a well conductti ed ea tnllirlinent oif-this kind--tim whole eontmerial com mnniy are as well aware of it as we are. - Let ra how everexatiner tie utility of a gnr Telegraphie Inatutt lion in relard to ipolitieil aubjeta. We a at this inroent, wlth respeect to oter power in stoateofpeae.e, which, fromt appearances, notbindt s1iald delinie, we wilt not PpeaIk of fthe ainitntary difficultie whie arose lately at Vaiin-rton, witll lire lussiah Cabinet, nor iof tlice wrie thein t Stlitt of Maine. Ioas to deidle, sword i n ilnd with ;,is neighbirre. Tils is ol little rlrasequenae, llat We must acnknwle:lge tlirnt a nnation iietupylng a high rank confiding in lasting i eace, eshould nIo henonae. listlerss, deending oti its line iastitutillre, wliich Ilene afflrded it 'ilt it very wenlk iarniv, elnd wlhtiIC froln.wirt f a w;kire rl:rllioi for lre IOuitlre--e iocntllloni wlliel cnltrs ut a Vtn vrainll Frlnm of monIey, cIIalliverd with tile inllese ricbei arld retrireoes f rtle country, would risk its entire exii.elno and Ilitu inlltlulable evi n of a illtirioUll, frrlti isrle-thir to adott evirv r meaillearr u lItedi t uilnrtir its trantuillity, its trellgi, atnlld tie res. pert to whicll it i. tianillel. Silch itiriition we I1iiilt,4IrV iFit were gui'ty t' drraw. rig lin traifit seitiriil ir reprneiIci would I Iliit event, be u'wrorly of ithe nllitie it heare, lild in itie dav ofdat.ger r.nild hote, fiW r itr onlieeonAtlutirntrbut tihe'sad regrer nf aPl*l;lilg. rfunt tr it ginaerrn!el frt its owtn nelgiet. %We Iave rojrquealliy heard it allegedl, I igtlnrant per solns, (t clt a illforinnlilely too raaloertns) tIat ottr ggraIlrlienrl im.airion rilice ins bevttlnd tie reaclt ifaery slltllfell ltlatrk,ib aisillild we anit ollidrler lte reapid eltllllnnieivall l v steAtrrl, *iul d,i wentllreaoi t ile pre. rent dayt.t.ilr "iri forlndtlltle i.rtope brouglt netlrer io is, a" i ere, bIy ie mintlllls wi icwe ourselves first plt itt 1urtinrtve. tvrarltitI ose fiiriinirrrteerwit m hit'll is not al tll irraslirllie a late fl.war withll noe lnli i wer. fni sllniltas of Etllitope. li tile sulaoe if tit"le ar rwr we,.ks, orivlefllr riehei st lttras rItlllrg slrrplidrr, what r-siur.ir-i Cluld it opposd ! it woul o unrlr'reI.dly .we rnrrtrorairitirli illlfesta t Itai to slrrelder, r ithllorult eirg. ald. ti "I.lerjiin nlli& reaicoin:lale t iel I lirtnpt at sri nrlmr, wellIa!e l ullllto hprenlit iVltrti et h hrn refil Te'la-grslicr lillesprrtai;ieini. rlt tlhe least nlliperuutree oftdainogr, ti earnlniorriairin g tllse alarn, (like ti al elec. trieal spark) iti less than an rour tie w ahole .alieti wouulllirnoded, and ready to sem.d its forces to the printl attac ed. Thuetin ase ,rf war, who ahold hwe, Illie tisl rnil wisest. RepaIbliIan nation in Ime werld, who wel know tIl at it i nnot forts aid flrireraS thial inrle, tiholtdneperlelar of oaiena, bilt a iqoral andd aeriie firce) fear.when it would Ie possrrible fur us to advtsedll the+ Fullt trlf danlger. in oh-. espne af ine hjnr. We kowfomrn rmtr ssioreer, that tirheTelegrn rlliin oit'i tfe Manur t;oam tnd Mllmt'se waoerl "ilirllv renolir egudeill stryilk r lpt l b t - l Naval the-m falln-iit. auti I.. Iiuirrteallrottet pondonee, whleh is lot ire le.str nI i dts uladgnl . Finally. we trtnllv rllter lnrir.ilves, rirth one tidona hit-bit adrlvncrl tIn.. rapidly lian any otlier, n-civiLmti , 'ill cutitr- r fully.welikife liil ltlluiiaxtli a i .wrkh s th.ielilw a eariy.oltlit fur it in rliis renpecl, 'tkhe tlua .o»«r - all titheirtitlo in lhe universen. Wewill abstai from * 87paling6l' ahe plutire whlili t|ie new institntion will af-ir:|'-a hnon, hao'takeln intei,t in tihe progreiib or \he ucienmeo in heir iicuunlry, thin alone would be uIffi ,ciet to excite iiu. us.ardent desioe for il adopltion. i, ILLINoti.-- Dring the lain seerlon of the Illinois t.- a ialdtfilri, libhUlit pritbi ti| was mule fur the prosecutionl ol works of lnternal inprovemenl. -A rail road is or dared lo 'be buill finii Runiille to Erir, on the Illinoo river, und 1010,011) anproiriated for its construction. A.otller ruilr'oad iaordotrl toibe built al Carlinville to Intersect the Alton and 'errm Haute read Appraprh lion urm alade for the F.mbarrass. SpImn and tig "aud dy river, and ndtitionml ones to the I.itlle Wabash a.d ...cb rtivir. S 25,IIO were ordered to he distribultl out of the Iterual inliniovme t fund, to a number of now ouilltiea siade Iwoi vears Ice, which have no railroad or canml ranning ilrough themn. CaO county gets 5,~i1. Sonll in alns to eelt 211000, to l expendeil on the road leadin7 from WVinchleter to I ugstan, in Pike coun ty. A bill warn also passed appropriating 4,0011,00 for ilia continuation of the Illinois and Michligan CUanl. 0''hlia nso, it is believed, will secure the cetlain and early u-nlplelioun nf lle work.-alnll. American. Thl.i Baltimiore American or the 26th ult.,says: "The mnammoth anpropriation bill for Cnnals and Rail RItndal which ali hiýen under dscusniot in tllh Penn- I sylvaia hsue l Delenale", was rejected ol, Friday I lott. O nuturidav, however, a now bill noas parld !yI e li Hodpia, wlicl contains lli follouwing appropri> C-olubia lonclined Plane, 3139,00. I eservoirn, ani anid welt of Alleghlnies, 100,000 Subslitute 'l'.-ril on Ulidlubia anil Potage, 407,000 Loomotives and rolpe p .144,000 Reat .ir I,hO.,000" D Iebt for.repairs other tlian the luuntingdon Sbreach, 300,1100 Pa Conial Coumnaisioners, rc:. 80iNIO Eric biaei, 5(10,004) Norlh Brancnl, 50),0 0 l ine liomahnliirg, 75,1)0 3,145,00 On thle raikM ndy a esolution wis passe aela seint to lie Snate, nulhoriaia g adultcriplioa lic the 'niate of $l,Wmo 0 t !ii ib icah of ihi Uniui Ualnal (.ompany, ntil $0,000 to thle iDanville and Pritiville Rtil Roald. TI lie Legislature Iasa ageed to adjourn to-imorr'wto Sinmeet agail Onuiole 7th ofMay. A hill hIa pne.dthe Leiiilalurea of .il. anpropr.tling the acl oftlf$JI1 ,14 for thl.payineit f boIunniea oil whiat and eoru railed ui the Hlelidei lid t ohe ist yer. TORtCCO.-li'helqUantlty.Tnf Toleo inilpcctel It the ci yoFNee Yorh, duril the year 1M3, wa 7."1U hlnd., coal y tie growth ofKentucky. In.theciay it Phdelphtc, from the 12thn of Mnch. isi, to 3ln1 Decemlber, 18i8, Ite quealily oftohaccu iunletcled awI 3,4711 bhla... . In Baltliaore, dclolli the year 1838, k quantlity or lobit co Ins|octled*'was ',i6 hhlhdl. The Baltimore ALmrican of ithe 2 uIt. says: STh be lmalmmoth aplopri*liui bill tfr canals llid rail rotad, *which hIs Ihelln underdi lleia' it the Plenuiyyliii Ilulse. oaDeilqtiswuei. rujected oil Friday last. On sitrdlay. how. ver, a new ill was pied by. the Ilouae which ontlainl the followini applpropriutthnil. - MARRIED, i On Molnday, I.t April, b) the llua. O.P. Jackson. Mr. J. L. LEVY, of Greal G(ut, Mi., to Miss SARA EWI'RII A MAR KS, rt Cciiillatti.Olhio. April 3,.18.1 CAMP-STREET THEATRE, I.-i' NIGtI' tIllI' IN)11 OL 'Ti1 SKIASON. .M li .n ll IllMS .illF.NE rc.l,'l:]fillly .llnlM llli tli c. lie ialllic, Illat l ir H Ilel it yill lake IplcP on * FRID.A Y EVE.VIN., April 5. Sheridnll"lt4nuwle' piny lf hllu WVKERl.ll"C I .IR' ll;IIT tlt Villi ollhr nteirtlinlnrit., (tr whlilh see lill ) haive been solectel fi,r the ocelasilln. al 3 i l FOR)ll NEW\V YlORK. Ti sail To-nllilrrlolw alfernorlonll, Ihe 4hll ist. Lotisiiian and Nere York Line of Packets. The &Or cloei ick" A eLip Y A Z *l, 1 Calit TraEk, will lleave i LveA t-lallorrtlit fliCr. wih ll 5 I-i aes.f coltlomor thel,41k thereofor forl oassig,, apply totlls lmustlronualll r, pposite lll ll th V lllI e llnrk l. rto JAMES I IIUI.I.IN, upril 3 74 Cauiam at [Tl'lie pecket Rlil.p Mlissiippi, Ca, t lc, Ir, will 6,11on, lite Ylizi-m with q luck d satbll. FOIL COlPK. . Pa_ Ige llly. t,'l shlip CRESOE.NT, Ca:l.ntll Itulls, dwill liljv. inidlinte deslUatclh.l Flr aulsaige, hlvilng l old aci,<Otit nilld oln i, aiv e In t Hill13 IH IIA (I.E9, 3a1iioun it ,~ --- : i .~F.iit l.IV RiI|Oi " ... . , lThe A II t C.ial siailin rliip CH RLES, Cllt. Cafli, w'il Imnlet with in.lsellilite lej patlich. For freighlit af 10]I nlles Ctiolln, or pusiasie, Upl'y lo 1. H GALE, april 3 9__ Collilllto st FOR FEIIEI.lIT tilt i11iA1I'l Kl. - - Thi - i» rior first ,.liis hiiilt IAUlIlIUS, iM. Se kcoi,-, ofllI I. lllcrdl atiof ' ll m ale ell tell, ie llw rdyllv to receive "ortgi, iil'tr fT ' L oeri-I r Hatvre. Apply Io Uli Si( ebil ie' i1 nboard ur Psti 7,3 l itllll'vi:ni litlly, or It. ilil 3 d.'K'l'SaN &. AVEIRY,Il3Grv' ierst TItUI _ I' S MI GHTl'Y AND WILL PREVAIL. TTi a lct thit iO,0I o urS.ofSearilla Blood Pills have L dnll sollturlng tit. palle,.l ltnlhb.b. It ii a .al thit tileiy at trakel i iannu ertbleicn thlca in obvitn anld crrtc t trhe tisblievanu anll hlaid effects , plltack pills ad l hatlr quack meuici are bly wlill ma y livoi ur enda'lger.d. It is a fact-Thatall qirek thell icins coatain nlilltl or mtercury,wllichl quacks thiaLk ".,ustl kill or cue," .ad tru. 'utlilir effect Io'-hil or insa.11

Ii i latl-'t--'ilat anualanu. quacksland foreign impoltorl cal lltlnsclve doealora,thltthey lay more ffactullally impo.a their vile and ldangerl u preparation oil t ae publie, caric nothPin for the ereequacanec, so that they call olly 'l=lke thair unjust gain. It is a ot--'hat the quas d foreign imltore who tnow ainlt our rory kow no ting of the nature of medi. .Inae, emuch les ahoutdieiase oflth human system: It is a fcnt-Tbey emrlurliellrly efllcaciouain the follow ing iliesse, illotwhich are more or ales caused ay iampuritiel othe bloodid To cainill lunide, rnlly-, Rheumatic lffeclieon; Ulcerous ores ofthe noe,tllroal rnIftula; Erysipdlas; andu hody; Jalndlce; leartburn; Scaly eruptiols and botchel el Diseases ofte liver, akin, thi e lilla b iicet ld gland. l Dry lId water pimples, and Painofatbesid , along the leutulie of the face and of back and spine, over lie th b lioy; Sregioa of tIe.hearnt and Taoner nd ringwors;a Itonmeh; . I a welling and hardening of the Inward fevers, had taste in glandl of the eack, ill the tile mouth.bul reath; groins reas, & Fl.lt lenacy; Ildigetion; Stomach eouglti; W ent .of petilte; Liver cumla tlt. Sour eru actian ad aciditiea of the eatmach; Waterbrash, &e. Rl COMIMENIA'rOII FACTS : It is a fact-The only proprictlr and malufaetnrer of the Sarsaparilla blooad p'ill. iin a regular phyician as wellapa polth-. ecary, atlested by ihe 11etcelebratedpllyliiiale oftleta United lt te.. l)ctlnrs Phylick, Chapman, Jackaon, Gibson, Dowees, Ilare,. Jalnei, lturner, Cole, &c. Itis facI--Tlbt the tarsaparillt blaed pills are emtloyed i the practice of e lanyphysiciano, anItl very Ingly reo aended by many throught tile U S.lates. (See dilectione acomlpanying anci box ofpillT;) It i a fact-They are composed entirely of vegetables, nd tby arie urraited. ta ontain Io mercury ce or a anl per. ll is a fact-They may be taken by the most delicate, and at ill ges; withoutrestraint ofoccpalion or basiness; wichout fnaitotking coldl; withoult lhnage of diaet o reltraint from tern i airte ancnl. hy be mildoreative, according to he quantiy taken, aeatio the ystem so much u most of the purgative medicies goener april do. It i a fact-Tat they are the most effertul PURIFIERS OP T .E BLqOD. All RENOVATOR OP THE SYSTEM Ever discovered. Alse, cnultitlutCnal dieases, priduerl Ily meracry or the ilnerale, or tile coleqnence of nyphLillis, alao, vlutrill, &e c. It llis a fact-That never in a single instance have they been kaaown to I used, that they did not produce n good effect curing thousands, many of who . were before considered IOman It is a fact-tht one hc of8arsiparllla pills Ind eom bittle ofti Compound Syrulp o tSaprilel, iallslufliient to cnre icy afth a above dleu1e. It ie a nBal--Sbioud e ubnrttedthnttilt y place theyean be obtained genuine in I a. O e ins, saCuntomhouebae reet. npril . . . No. l lu Drawinag of tin Orand State Lotiery Class 40 27 70 16 74 38 26 61 22 54 4 3) 5 TIIIS DAY. I9 0001 Capital Prize, Tickeres only 2 50 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. C I.ASS Nc '41. Alllhirited i, tiete LcgiililllrO at i tbeSi . 'l' ibe iruawApdril, 11139, at 6o'ell:h P. Al. at Ililtop's Iltele. - " S8 DAVIS &CO, Monagers. 75i Drn .ll nlnbera s-12 iDrawn IBallots. Sphle'adlid Sc/tene. 27,811 Prizes, ollmllllling to $119,C188 S Ticketl 2 l5--larlvce I 53-Q iarlers 6i L Pnckagoa eof25 Tickle t ll $6. 531 waurtllllpd I), draw at least $30, I'llckages of %5 1 all l' ickets $31 '5, Warlnei a In draw cit al $151. 081. Ii'akages tL:, (luurher Tickel i$15 63 W arraned Io arw a leul Sirli"ackolos orfslglb lhkEl-s, pply at ihe , MANA4E; ,-P OFFICF. S16 Chartres st, ndut tihe cornur cu' I- Lois and Chlar -ea le. opril :1i I1e urk a full gruce f very llcrior daubi Ilend IardleI furl l .e I. i i ol r ,r, e byl DAVI D I ELT' & Ct N VY Siaiiers' Hall, epril 3 a'4 hliartres at I' SewlEig Silkilbreuale by PlE'IEItE LAII i.AW Satpril I g6 Caln lli i -lTji. T flI . I Ca a.l-nrli1fi; 511 i, , iv seI- . Lfr onele by i. III))SEY, Sapril 3 44 Nea tIeee S e, mr.br'en e by . I I. bcI{.SEY, I UNNY IbAi:S--3.¶t.ll ai, lan r [ateb U .cri..iS- C. Dilir'cY,4I1o New Lce SfliiNLI-iui tale, at Jaekaic ir Inlil liad . i hnblhrlgthh r acaiby, 5I(1'3ON )& AVEIIY, -ipr3 'nd utica UDIEC-3l1lie ge8lii Colber, *t.a ofprhtna 'utily. cl i ciill~ I hlaia Iliwvacl ih r cale cniavual.b.e icrnts ki Io tei -nit buakett. Apply tie T'SEIa. &AO. 1 IVEAI'. cprci id.. .... 88 liceviir it ml-I " " IARIER,3 (iravio ie. CAMP STREET THEATRE. R. FReF.Bt) aK bei leave to ilftAid the pall lid liha hio' Bi Seie wiI takeb ilace o MoAerowa pih,', April 3d, when will- Im aqted for lie-firat time in lhm city, a .rw pilay by L Bulwer, E. now perform lna with dialtinguiaheRd Sared in Laondt called the Due«l«es De La-tVallier. To conclude wilth the "ady oflyHD«. -. . .. [p' Box'Book now open. . april "NOTl.E-l-rhe iollwi.g consigareea t Mreclian l* dim per'ahip. l aldin nd Ville DIM Paris, are re quetetd to call at the subacribers' office and take their gonda; via . . Madame CicePa, Jolly S& Benaure; L Riehe; F Ber tram; Arinanl Duchenmer; Mallet; Chanrrin Pleal; 1 oite Maeame Chnuvierg A Grathbe; A Michell; con. Signee of gqoda marked D W consiane ofr ooda Smarked J C. *.LEVI f GALE, Saptl 3 3w 93 Cominon t STHEATRE. ` AMP THEATRE-The Treasurer of thin ertah % liimoni respectfullv annotneeic to the puhlie of d New Orleans that his BENEFIT is fixed for Thursday' April 4th, on whichoccasion, in addition to tha entail liihedl favorites of the Catop, averHl eminent perform era of'the St Charlen have kindly volunteered their val *lable aid: Mle'ara J R Scott, .J I Barton, G Hollald, il J S Blawnei J M Brown, Greene, G Rarrett, John-on, -. Fredaricka, Archor,.Hodges, Mrs G Barrett, andl reen y will appear in ehlractera well calculated filr them dia y piny of tleir peculiar powers. For partieulatin ee f. billef tlie d»ay. ox Booak lnow open. .pl 3 alp Drawine lf theLouiiann Lott.ry C(li' 15. 51 3U 33 74 19 25 35 64 4 26 70 ..TO MIRIOW. $12,000 !!! Capirl Pri;z. Tickelt only $4 00. "l 75 Nuthbera-12 ran llallol rOUISIA.NA LOTTERY; Authorized hv Act oil'Lf islature. Chapter XI.lll, Inasel Mnach 26.1828,Cla11il6. for 1839.to I be raw on riemna}, April 4 18t3,: t'6 u'clock, P. M. at tihe kixchaiiei I totelt.e Charles t. e .iS. GRItElORY Co.. Suemaasors to VATES * & McNTYRE, MHlnagcros. RICII SCHEME. L7,814 Pirles, emnntling to ' $189,070 Tickeir $4 00-H-alvea 21 tQu-llrirnl. . Packages off26 tickets for $100, warranted to draw at lenast t4. Shares in prlrtion. ' . For Paokeges or sigleTlmke'M, lv s l at Tile Monm,,rsni0<tiw april3 31j Canal Tinet.n-t In io C i1i. ilAOIIRALTY OP'NEW OI.LAN T .I prike at lidli floor to-day is $700 per burial Scordnling to thltariff; the blkers lshll gie do-. ring the iestoing week(frmin Modlay lst inat.) .:19 .on ee of brela for a Int. Bread of the eronl quality in required to weigh 25 per cent. nlore, via: 48 .4 unmces. april 1. _ - C GENOISa,MYt or. JEWELRY, AT WHOLEIALE. W. "M 11IEI.I , No 16, Chartnre rt, lion thi ilnv re -V eceived a full aietiment of Wtclies, Jewelry, 8 pons, Spr ectaclrand GlnsB Ware, they will Ie offel '.a lll'e lweBsl iarke prib. i 1 .1 NO'TICE-The copartiralhip existing betweeie. the . ll ,ihctrilmra, nder the firin of Yorke Itrothers, w ns di.nolved by a.ltu.t conseil, no thle th Feltrury, IPfS. i"'hke nmloof tle rirn will ihe used hy .Edward Yotrke, iuoiiquidtion uof its uffairs. E YORKE. aprlil P 1 YORHK. B II.I.RI ll Al.l. & il.t;CKS,--Jil receied rla B_ pleinlid article of ililiardl Ilnll anil rlireks. HUSH & ALLEN, prll. Exchlane ilote.l car It Carle &Comiinn el -l .. J i). Eniofn'cl d e ioreililro. TATE' .' I of I. O UISIANA--ir.l JIlicial I):t-iit I ul'rl-Tilid,< ut tile 2sllll lny 1o March, 1839 No ?17, CI.-J: IreeoLnt 'ite hlliori lile A 1 Ielllnlml.n, Jt'lle.ý- iin lurioni (f Hlandas Ilnot, Feq. of rconse ftr Ilti nothlilmmr, llu d it ap e)arilEg tllt Io .rdeir thtllig ia Tnuiine if saiI peitii.lcr', crelitrs, in open court on tylPlilS iinteiylin heeli nlrenally pnlished, it in r. lnr edl'inlt lh'ciredli trto if , aid peitliol're Iie nllimnd to be ind plieor, 'l iripi" i Ii.o n ur lll' Su tle n27t lrf Anrlflu et, at l I tell i'elk, n It, toald.w cnrmae. if any tiv csn, abliy o.al iomniliter anlllL il itIi have to'n efiirr tie low. ele ol r Ilie reli f of isonveel't debtor iIiactiril enstdlv t nail it if· oilner orde edl that KI 'Kn.wl; E:il. em apilioinmd to represent the illlerotl of Alk s lt lied lr fll letiler i the r.Inie. +, (lE xrSct roa E (le minnieEG.) i npril I-3 t 1__ G L_ WIS, Cler' J. 1Siinilianle.l v. am n Unreinlirs. .Ar Il IA It IOU'KEANL--Ctr di Pte. icr I N Iill umi.i"Jueihre--Je.hi 23 marse e u3.-Nc, 17, "5Wl--Pr~i.ewt l'lerbhlc. A. M Illeelhlohn, iehie-Ser Silrmillotien lit- i dlo Io4Cl l ,eroeII u a jetull a , catnlre iI l lrneit tlli lle olrr ili) lies.el,16eu ra Ceri allwieer dll flili (l alnel Caol le 4r dueei Clliraot l' .i ir6 imbluie cofrllrlel uellnt i i iell-eat no olllu qlt len dites c6:lncers dii dit failli mleitillllne ol e IWneM (,raetruire tpl cleine :cor, In Setirldi 27 d'uvril prot hoah S lit iheursdl innin, poor .ltdetre lee reinons, n'i's ei :l e pour n1tueaille Ie dit fililli tIe. pnfiernit peus ol I, ob61fic Ies Intos'litee, ir faveur des d6rimteirg inmolva I,ieuectlelcenllnhntlelnli, et ii Ie the pclue rdiOnl. ti'ne K Rawlepiwt olleo6 I peur rlprieenter lee crnen Extr1 i it des llilot l l--` GIi. V' LEWIS, cef-ller. at tV e ii loid ni'.ifl'ofonihr& Kelly, ,o, his l eii acoe.euntmllilie will elwecye.kc-l)iio, haii it fillloit h if eeutcl ed +l oiinollle Ii hrs ol -l,, JIlltciche.,le I "gei, &'. illfthe ibeit pllllly, fI.e sale, Iliy', nor rall.neoge, tI whiech the aitentiion 'f the iikbl c is 'ntirlcinrl -ivivi ed. WM If KFI.LY, aiiril i 6t t2 I& 181 Greavieer t L ollFpria-reii i llo'c,,lellr exinlag lciieill IIthe slubcribersi i,- it lvi' of l'owher & Kelly is this dayIlly dlissulved h lolv t la all'-oc All ICersolnii liuning ie. olilal aiy lt e l lib .. will lcieicll ths lieal e Will II Kellv flr piquimt, mu lel e- lebl lito iihe ioierth 1liairn 'P file Ihac lrme. F I' FOWII.FIR, aOril I v Wl II KELLY. `I llS elddio, llef basc,,ll highly esccecsful it Ile collrte of the ftulllowin- diseas8es: dyspep)in, liver diesciseliet ii, lo'diget ep, liss ofpptitei roi. ,'o iffeciill-, cutlallells ertiillaon, ecnillderv Syplili. Mereeorial dis iase, .eleral dlclhiliy,a aiil .11 olher ilisefse noiesiig rlei imlperily of ile lilod hi; is 0irlicularly recomll eenl'd as a sprilg and fall iedichle, 0o renovate ion, p.ired c'l,' titatioll. h is extremely grteeable to take, rnsembhlig iiig nae a rich cerdial, e.d being purely et veentable colmpii tion, Inny isie taken wilth perfect safety by the ionust deli catle persons. A sauply of the neowe received and fi snle by SICKLES & Co Drugalsot, april I tin 40Cnlallo VALUAIIE ENULLSl WORKS. SEW'I'ON'S Irincipii, in Iwo volumos 2W lght's Coammen ary on Newton's Principia, in Viclt's Practical and Scientific Treatise on Cancarious Morinrs and Cetlitnt , in 1 vol. Smith's PInolraa of Science and Art; embracing the priTecipal sciences and arts; the methods el Sor - Ing on wonndoId metal; and a l iscellaneous selec tilo o usefil'hind interesting Irlees and experi imeats, inl 2 vinl, with illtstrallve engravitng. itton's Mlathinalical 'Tables; clnataining the eoa. H non, hIperiolic, and i.gestie I.ogarithms. Also Sines, Tanglent,, Secants and Versed Sines, both nau an lic:l l aritaic and the complete descrip. tion nod use of tile tables. Sinmpson's Doctrine and Application of Fluxlonn, in 2 vola. Farsale by W31M oeKEAN, april I cor Catp and Cotmmon *a NeW IULES-5ICA'TIION --TeIl womlen iof(Eglaned, thiar social duties, and darnfestie h-liit., by Airs Ellis, author of ihe Poetrv of Life, Pictures of pri vate life, Pretension &c. ii 2 vols. Jack Adas, in s mutin eer, by Captain Cianiei, R; N. iuthoTr ofthei LiFo oa sailor bay, Bein Brace &ca in 2 vols. Tie Dubblies of Canda, iyv the author of San Slick, the cloekmtaker, &c kc, also No. 10of Nicholas Nickleby. must received and fotr Male by tmoi9 WMcKEAN, ecr of Camp & Conmoon a ANDLES- 1 Iboxes spern lcandles, jiet receit ed Jpcr Ihip Orleans, ltr ale bv tAll SHAI.L1L& BiROWN.96 Magazine at IITE liBEANo -7 bri s ladi front ;s8e1beti Vandaolia, for sleiy ABRA llAM TRIER, aprl 1 34 Gravier at H AVAN .eSLGAK S--450 IAleuand in talre, for saloe bv ABRA-IAM 'TRIER," aprl I . 34 GrNaierst COTTON CIRCULARS 1" PRINTED with the Greatest EKxpcdition, and in a style unsurpassed in NEW ORlLEANS, or else where. ORDERS leit at COMrrING Roon in . Charle Ex change, (Coener of Graticr St.) or at T R U E AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE, corner of Poydras and St Charles Strct-, trill t prmfpiltt/ attendrd to. fDec. I-if. JAI(VIS & ANDRFWS, W OI.E-ALE IIRU(GIu'riSs, corner Cnmtiuton W lll I'chniodtionlua atret-, ofler fur aale 25 lulda nuinber I castor oil 600 nounce French snlllhate tjtitine I0 casksa aluratos; .W I.lxes English mustanrd 10 bhis alcol.d; 50 bis whitling SLit can.ins itpolhturies glass wnre 1 3 blt salits Ittrillolitie; 50 Ilhbi tatnnere oil ' 0 a .aks pure speri il ; 5 ansks Dutle lInsed oil 50 earbolvs il vilriol, which they i fer for snle on lie mlost reasonable terms. t nar 18 lti 'EItRM CANDILES-5t boxes, It Ilurfry's brand, lunding f'. nto hil Vichlttg, Otr oln iby lanr 9 tSHALL & 1R1OWN, 96 Magazile at ( OSIIEN IIUTT'ER-15 firkins lilnding frontlm ip T VICKSBU'I t., andl for sale iy mar9 SI ALI. & BROWN,96 Magazine it SUGAI & LiOLASSES-150 Iheshlcads, sngtar and 1l; geao mlollssnoss, Iton, larianatidw aove the. cit-ealso hit) Ihgleads augur oil Ilatltatlot below ilit citt for sale by tm. llhtl AIiDAMS & WVIIIALL, IARLASOIS--3d cuse, cltltatcing at general aetrlt ment of l'arasoul, lainditig frnim sh:p I'nllther, fI Snalty ISAAC iBItlIGE . GCo. t-»ar I - " 131 Magazine at b~ 'CTTS' COMIPLi'TE WORKS in B:i el. Lon 's Ion ediion. : Werl'n xlorit. seoinld edition, enilrfed. wiir an a eonun of lte .liioitrg6) inianien, and of the Iplitii.al Erens in l thal Ritipdlic to the prenttn daly; in -two Stiwar'a Staublr Ecounoily -a '-reatine tn ti ihe nll agelnrtit tf Ilorarj. in rilallFi -'It, te P tablinr; Eri iil itareelliog, W\Ylering,.tnd workhig, witnokli . mnlta, Stiewt't'aBgtla, in I836-7., or an rledilt'un It Nirw .I; a'.Bn.itl, t in GEim.,.wr a Tbiow ellitnrt Frpe.e, It.ay, Switzerlitl, (irea I ilrilinll, nid Indltluiljn 18lx, i8l volt. Fur salae y WI. ..hKANi nnt. V ur Camlllp ond Cuiinua litai Camp SV. Theatre. Benefitof Mr. FREDERICKS. T"I8 EVENIN(, APRIL 3,1836, Will be preiented bulwer's play of the DIUCHESS DE LA VALLIERE. loui xi1y. Mr Fielding Bradloupi, ' Frederickl Madame Valliere, MA Anderon Madenaoilelle,. -U Barett. KFany D(nce . by Miss Wray Afler'which, for tle49tltiur , lulwer's play of the LADY OF LYONS. Claude Melnotte, * .Mr Fredericks General DamaIs, Barrett MBeauseant, Fielding Pauline, .. Mrs Barent On Friday, Benefit of Mr and Mra BAKRRETT NEW BOOKS. ELVIIRtA or the Nunob's Wife; by Mrs Monkland, *in 2 vo.i. Jack Sheppaid, No I. by W II Ainsworthl, to be comiplete in 8 pars : with cute. Conversationi on Nature and Art: An interesting ond valuble volume with numerouus catl. Juit reeeiv. ed tvy ALEX TOWAR, april 2 49 Camp st fHtURCH DICTIONARY-Containing an expoai t. lion of the terms, pirases and airbjects connected wth the external order, sacrmnentl, worships and.umsa gee of tito Prolestant Episcopal Church,. Itli an epe. cini refernee to the chlrch til. t hilrd Sttaltsby Ile Rev WlV Siantton. Just r.iceived and fior ile by april t A.EX TOWA, 49 Camps r. M INSSlN frun Barque IDuo d'Orleans -I ibn Brandy, marked B H 1 cakninrlled G, or J G(re, Santa Fe I keg mllrkLd O Goodwin,Uinci nati 1 naurked J & G upposed 6O haveh been delivej. ed by inistake--Any irofonnation respecting tlh above will' I thar.kfully re,;eived. L H GALE, pril.2. 9 13 Cninmon st PF1PERI ;ANtiU.FTS-3- bois varhiu brands in inure, aid f.r pl by SIIALL & BROWN, • plr " 1 * _ 91*lagaine.dl CId_1 IIEN BUTTER-311 firkini, jst nremed and Sfuor sIle 1) SHALL o IhrlOWN, Sapril . , . - 96 Magesie L1.11 MAtIERA-1.-- dozen Blackhbu in's Madeira, for saleby LEVI II GALE, aprtI . 3 Common at S-OAP-S'!0 l xes Soap, Jni a auld. Jacksop & STruowbritlge, land JA Morton', obr nle lby apI t . I Ilit 1Gl10 & Co, .31 Miagzine st ' a k'E: IA r oneS-: t bi oerm UP dtnshe, 5 asrtrled birand, frr nale lIy * apl 21 AI BRIDGE, &Co 1.34 Magazine S HE.h arim her tlaor sate ISO tdlls FloPre; 1511 I hbils Whinkey; 50 calks BIcoil Siden; 50 caikl a. ron Sluulders; tIO erks ac0 l tmssed Il-m- . " nlrl I T'IIO0 B i ULI.EN.74 CaL'p Mt WISIOUM AND (GENIUS OF NIIAKIPEARE, COMPRISIING; Moral Philosophy, Delineations of ) Charater. Paintlings of Naur. nl thedansionae evern hundred Ailtrirats nad nrecollarnwe* pif.tr, willi 6ioUiI, &c.. Tie hvloler tnnkiorg a 'l'etl *Rok for tie Ptlillooplhr, Mlorulist, 'loaloinan, PoI'uet and le Pailnter. S'he spiril r tile Eaut, llllrr.lnld 'in a Jouranal of Travels rolh aoelidrEirn tt e ei iri ry I) Urvliinrt, Eml. JIl rucrivol. l nlhr alrlv _apri _ AI.EX. T'l W t.. 4%mnp FOR 'THlE IACES EVERY HAY. A TRAIN OF CARS will leiae lle Dlepal, alt ile liteafCstaeieiiiii lpnrt Relllurn ,i. i ' SI ili Ii i P. . I I'. M. IPaego Aftyl centsl, which will oille e ach ipssenager to tilo lickets, ane fit goi, tie other it, ralllrn. It't'llaasenglrts tire a riartllarl yi reltlattel tIi ntr chlnse iacket, Lby wlich mcllllh colsiltiOl anid del will be nictne tieollec toiisehtrl. J II CAI.ILWELL, i; INPreIhlidenl. TO COUNTRY NMEICiIAN A'8. A GOOD as rllol atllll l if ohlrlli itlld cIli aclluno sI A liti,.k. Alo u iipply ol llaink lhoka, writing anlld lettlr 'Paper, Quli.ls,1 Ik, &c ceInailly ol hal lad for .*ls ilo good teras, by ALEX '(tVWAIl, rnar III49 Calnll a r HIE IIENCHt & lIAR OF ENGI.ANIl-Hy Ihe I untihor if Iandllo re ioilettiuto s ol the lLordi aiied C elltttltet , maidti tile 1 i1 ' t-,1m tei iitt v2sd . Ne'al ilaiLnue llld llr lae t!M ltf Irei'lla ih Wl' II Carilettn,itiuaothaeo froiIs and stoariesof h'e Irish pet.n salll,inilltols. JustitrceiAeisL lll d fIr t lamI 1I e25 A TOWAH, 4!1 5"'anp u1 - DISSOLUTION OF CO.PAI'iTNERISSIIP. S111th I IIiM llo Willlim I'.err & Ii( , wia dissoledt I ai tiha lcrst inistatl, Ti the ltit ultt ttta i attttnls the ialrtera'e Williat P'erry 'haviiug wi l.riwsla ifroi il e E. l. tPERIIY W. I'PNIty a112 4w March, l IB9D. SW IPERRY contliinltes carry n the grante Iail f-ta stove lelU tlitlurin bmsinoles, taril oifkrs fir sale sIieplldid asasorltcenttf or egutnid tiasl's iron grates, to which tie atISllattlio usth le publi art invill. Ill" 4w E W PFRRY. SUNNY IIAGS-40 alles in lstre for aticl l y G iar 23 GI tLORSEV, 41 New lev ' IIOCOLAT'E-LO isllb smea reetiviig fr tit Buos C tuoilccr shiptCuhnitaiailswidtd f sasle by iati5 SlAlA.l. i& BROWN, ti Migjli lie st NEW ORLI.EANS AND NASIIVILLE IRAlL ROAD COMPANY. At a Speciil AMeeting ef tile lirectors of lthe oulm pany,lheil on the ailh day of Marci, 1819, tie folklwing Resolutiom were adolptd: Resolved, that a Cu.alomittee of one be aLppoiied, in or der to oltain ll tll consent of IthI large stsokliaiilear tohe distributian o ltheir lock over anld above one iutindred shares;-whercupaln, ilie President plpointed NM. W. Holinala onasuid iColmmitaitee. Resilved, that the following flr r of a document 1w adopted by tile Commllittee, to be presented to said stlck* Iolders for their signtulires. - We, itll undersigned owners, of stock in the New Orleans aml Nashville Rail Road Conipany, exceediig 100 aliares, do lirclyatllorize and enmpower tlhe ['re sident of said Company, to tralsfer for us, and in our iamsi, all stock orer and above 100 shares standing in onr nsames, und that it amnount paid hy ai thereon of one dollar per share, ie added a payment on the stuck io retained by us. Resolred, that the ac t oincorporation of tie New Orleam ans Naphiville Rail Road Company-the invita tion therein held out to our sister States tio beuone par ties to the undertaking, the subsripitien of alf a million ly tlliscity, and lle loan to an equal amount by this itate, are so ilauy pledges for the prosecution oftlh.l work, and thlat ile ahandonmnent thereof would he a niirifying ackoowlceigeaient of tie want of energy and resources in tile State and its inhabitants. Resolved. that tile tuited aid of our fellow citizens by a subscription to the stock of the CimpanaIy, and a pay ment thereofoffave dollars per share would ilsure the completion of tie road to the banks of the Tangipoa, anld thus secure an ilntediate return on the outlay. Resolved, that til preus nt i staile ofthe Company, calls for all tie energies ol ili Presidenlt and Directors there' of, and itat iley tdent it litair duty to make anll lppeal to their folimw citillnos genlerally, tI prevent by their aill any check to tie rapid tlprgre.s of the work. eat lloithe three hniicialitie it r l tie ipurpose of carrying into elliet ihe dlslilllriUi of thie stiek as con Setaplnted by tire iirtudl-and tIat said Coulittiees e culpoiereld to emplh, snell assistance aes they nay dteen aidvisable to elilect said Ubject-when the Presi dent apppoinaiited thre aI;lowing gentlemen to ct eas said UnolnullveFrs: Firal Mluictperlity (i. A(. USATIN, Eq. I1. DAVIS, Esq. II. Dl1FIl.ils, Esq. * Second Mlunicipjllity-: C. WOODROOFF,. J. IERRY. G. A. WA.(IGAMAN. W. CHIRISTiY. Third MAnirispalilty J If. CALDWE.I.. it W. HIOFFMAN. W. F . . DUP'LESSIS. leseolvedl,tltil a Ciianittee of foir lie appointed to druafl ni Adhlress anil espoips of the siluallilo of the Colipany,tobe siumitell to the public anid that said Citlniltes cause tie ame to In printe aand distribuled. Whereupon, the Pteri lent upnointed C.Wooldr, r.l; 15. Augsiatin. W. Christy, 'and G. A. Wagg4aman, Elarls.. on said Conittlee. D OlS'TICs n. | irles 44 Mcfiii l ap N..i isIn isn tlhertiilsg, Ilitjllsg fiiil '"lhip ea.nlo for sialel by I$AL IIRIltl.E ac Co 34 . I3 Masi.iirt staC c ALT~5l" .. iiisaTkeri Icisad istol ib -cka t.. mIcH~is, fir SlV bsy IEVI It (IAL, K Esis. e .f'r stat h. t a rnH ess.I .Cas3sosso at UrThe pu1nhtioare repneefully infurinee ctfhai the dl. iluguisaesl Irgedisna Ar E FORhFST ba engaged ror fifteen nights. acd will make his third ppearance Thin Evening; Eceinid nigltof Afrl DULFF, sntil FMrJ' I iiSCOTT. TkieirimeIu, April 3, Will he preeraenetl Sholuapeern's T'froy hsf KINIILIAR. King Lear, E Mr IAIr Kent, F idgar,. RIWal Cerdalia, slDu Gunariel, * mt Overaure, by - Owheilra To cnenluda ebbthebi peular~arcref BO3IIASTICS FURI OI Gen Ilnomnbatre. * Mr j1 8 wao Ding Arianeahies, Calivel? tMoetil·a, Mon Harriens CLAW BOOKx. POTHIER on Obligatiom; Slephner on Phledlg I Oliver on Conveynneep. I'llet on Ezecutiotnn ;ownon Parnerrliip;- Fonblmnque on Equity Chancry's Marringe Rtighl i .Oould' Medindg ." new aupply or he abo.ve thln day 'recivPd 1,i pril 2 ALEX 'IOWAK,:49C«mip No K 1rTEBEN'.-I'N-JR ANCE COMPANY. OF NEW ORLEANS. .VHE Pnldenltaml Dirtlora of Ihis Compmy ltim ' thil day dechr eda e ,liv (iondof10 cemit oili capital paid in, tymblu to tlhe iritokh'la r the.ir legal roerentala iivei, on or after the Jhe 8th iQnlila' api . C.i.:TRACY,'iJeovnirj. 0 BUREAU DE L4 COMPAGNI I D'lNSUX . RANCE DES POMPIERS. De It Nouvelle OHiRdan iE PresidentetDirl~etour"di eet> Inlhtitliho, Sontdeclarb ojnur, j up dividandi do dix o r centduo capital d6Jd * :auritu Payable ail. 8eos. sciiptler oh leur, Repropeltana, nu otrl ipIrh Ia halt courait. . Avril I 1, 839 3a E E L. TRACY, Sseoera ,. TO THE Aklt'"I' AND) FANCY PAlNTER. JUST reeiredl bll ti latei t nc iiian froiia, Him, splemld eolletk-ld .lnui ' l· ' "uthB^'.pllle .lt l etl; lrle knives, eraaoli nld pnltsets.; wa.4ifot.l water "senlo prepard with. onrey . l var.lk.l dt6 stunrm of sver, deaeripin, splenokd tnaleotn msad waleit eiacep, for 'prtira pointers; pahtel c.lymn io every color, plneilm ofrtney sim ; vari tierll lawe, Ikl anrl rotnd, very lare imo cnesnear. alresadit lpard InAin hikii, .ip4'rie ; Inree bohue, fauly tientiad"l ith qlorieebr.pbtem, e leganie v lhted ntt p& &r.. , ' ' -pllerdii Alhims», supMbly hounlM and tilldo) '," tf every lesriptlinn, a.kc; sign. mad ealonla lta tools 6tdl Peciea te; md o gmral quannlilt of "altiela. oF n.lt oll lheh are tb onmierou n to detnil. Tlle principanl orAeaid-iics ,Teits etn ir If twiing ndl Paneiltng, will fin well to cal at the *Idn t 1t Ih nalfiillr wllieli will accunaioeiae lice anealeuisaadl .rtio.D favorally. MONIMAJO, ,. SNol C"nip ltrlet rDi ler in I'abill, Oil,.Varnlehea» nad Fancy Atlel*m fIitpwri, )i. c___colenlc andi Rtnil. • imr 7 I. L OiWO,)D-30 lnm Chimpsc tiy Logwead. Jom.e IJ n fra brig Aira lAir atl l i _tr e'J P_ WHdJP 'ITNF.VaY,73 Caup. WASINIWGTEPV BALL RO4P'r Dre & Masiueraade DBll - 1. Pbiliclret;leriweec ioylli & teilon,lM " |1'Ill: Mamper efi1e olcve n termmd 11.11 ilRMe .xgam U1 fill to'llisionteachil id l ablie s p ice Ihrv eapi,*1-paI reperlfililly ifillno ihml Il Ithat t iealhblic ultllh baa ren ecIl)igeI l fre tIh, ntnieeeeint ot f , itfolr, ldid uf elergone ilce.cdee rapeira. The bLr will Ie Srjie-id iy ille.l inll qnliiy at liqumre, cael Ink, tesHt.sut ilU 1 kelot ly [lice 8lli0 i Is.laleroru e11 11.0 ;oifse-4c14illtn. TieP rHlte, Will re-olpc on m lllnrlay vo ia:i, e...l:.> Ne ne ,reie xtee Iy a , ' . - ".' GRANI) lifRit S MAt ltAi.4ll;E I)EM hALA. mail will akre plmceler upsnl ev>,r> 3,,leeslr ,WW'i la» lld . l , tr1 sIr 'le .nilig, cltlrli ll rt n- Iso Xa.i ' ill il lae l e Ofi ' i. y, ltMfJ... N. 1. TI'he Er' ealr aeltetiili *ill Ie paid In kriA int lrfeet srt, er tInll'el u.c c )e 111c aaslieie.i ai o A l Iloals, toot memtten. .I124 EXCIIANGU RIEADING R(0). . r11 I'F. irorieturih reli has t itcsi Rend-ing Ilb mmin IhSt. L 'ehala P xehrangK, CCorner ul aOraier nil SI. Clnarln street, Intie neareit nrnnner. Ileniiltatis l o nritecipil I apern f tiie Ueailod Sl01er irevorv mily and state, fite Cnnudasdn.l'rtexas a Mi. uand IiT H namin, irenom in rngalnry anindlxlnalva," Ssnppliced wil tlin lall Eanoprn p pe r, Loajd' Lla, and i'ic»'s P'rice Currenl. A no wilih nmerly Ill the I.ierary Perirnieanl if lie ily,nd h R ihelre n tblicaions r' Iof d Loepmon, EtliJalurge Westmnitsr elrirnpolilan Ieview<iw andl Iilehwmolr Magazin.; TbIe Nrih Antmricnur lvliew;lia Sotlhern Liie utv Knich Itkeir .''e Amrtiinan JoauIl of Senc ten aond Artn r'Iinev Irlicrll.ony )leti«nfw, It :iewn rf'lmle F m'. SOinrlAt Ioioeiran ontlinttii altoua' l Maiiell ny, the ij...sc, (, ben rgicni Rvdded ,and a ,h riEstabor heems. I lle% , . urkl r Prll aio rlv cilnoisprind ",or inl .aer -rcnlnpi ilnl oll r e m, Nilelr r l lio* . , l. i t. Nlril ar. 'Ih Ifn ia, tlin,, iilliaoir ,ll o: rownid.ell &ssra "aDvc.l, 1'. give lhf rarlole l trivnii, Inod nolnaair n1a.it Ieria will Ibe opare Ito raier lOtlis lanldin Roum ili 43O fbi, Oleansk Stated, p tt rlicrt mianrrt, In IHMk or l;-luorcai Ieit, on ..ninl 1.I1l, White I'like, &o lIlo.b S rican C.tane , n aw P'rices very rnnniulb e n TItUEK AMIiKICAN Or FICE, corner Iof ,,yldra lad Si. (har:en s .e. .Yeenat Nown N n li'na!ifttl loaIt eof lTrz haIen iwua been added lto h EItabliIhmeol. .Urtrae, r ia ia Ca.piTae Rlom, A. Clu.ak E..eiaTir, 3nrl dr mn l Grael ein i., ar at t... 'i'tinag Oncr. atont of l'oydmi & r S. Clr les re rse. itli- f GREAT A'I"rRACl'I'-FN -! 43 Orlean Steel, epaitli he Tire T e. R GILER ptecItlfully iforms Imne publik mlrl loatue of CLEOI'A TRA, Qwenta fEgyA Whlineh lIts I,,lon uxlhihit n inl most of ilie principla cities of l)e I.nicn, It) Ilio ive.li adinbaliabn eof MaI llouseand visih rs,ln, arrolve ini thi iy. antis woavi leing exlibiltcl for (a hali lnime unl, from 9 s Pel'ck A Mto 9 o'clock. P M. lo'Admillonce, 50 ceant; Seasen ikkeii, 1I. i'bllli--I I inre and wonen, on goodl intlls kIr caub oa good papor llntcnne Ih n egoulialedl. Applly at IW Sl. Joseph streil. itL- It TERRELL A VNDRE-VingI neK-ren, Immnonr et. femeinoa, Sbun malnnrl, paur do I'nrgent .l de papiierqal I'on e nat est ie I'A esconlRte. S'etlksseLt lA rue IS Joselt. No. 197. n1127. It TIERRELL n ATR -ip Aulurn i ino i - egant no r, I' naillt fdiilirelnt.crrod plItnen, receiveld ndlor STEAMI BOAT' BIIL£ O WNEItS, AGENTS, or CAPTAIN8 f8TEAM BOATS ca Law Uinr BiI«fr db, iq e. or more Colored Inks, an Plain r Colored Poper, ai deapanth, and -x/orseon , 7 , ft T , a ir OPoHDRSalTUE AMERICAN OfFICE,. earner 9 l'oydira and Sl. Charlea streea. Nav29-lf _________ 0lbOy lftE-AGirl olrlm n yfir oir agl, handy Iat every iNg, parlicularly for children. Apply nir' ___ . • No. 175-lntiaparla /INVIIW GIlA.S-730t boxes window gi V vario.s sizesn and brawls, receiving per ihmi (. learns aild Churles Jsoaellp, anal for pale by i'5 R CLANNON,I Cn Calm SU-M.Kt (Lol I lG--l15 cnaoeassa v odaiii r Slotlling, lanling from nlip Senator, Ibr sale by in25 . I BII)DGE & Co, 134 Magazin ua B.tROGANS-IFIaw8 las quality kip lbroga1ti, I lan-j. Sing fromit hil Sianalobr.fir sdle tby in.. ___ 1 II)(iE Co, 134 Migaali sm Ilading from ship Cinludiniit, fmle Paloby 105 'LC I. IKIIGE & CLot, 134I Mg gni ti -OTi'rl;UH---Ti.-.ies'ruh.-ri! hayiig I"HIIT|l *I *uriiir tho Apothicaurystort ovwndil ftorinrly by Willnm l:vano-T-ltll.nil8ldI st, ollposie lI t Vegauaihla iarllt -f llie d filutiiiltly,i i alte tI)elid t-le.gs leane 1i fitrltl . ihnmiciilta lnd thl Iulil:c in ginrol, lha h lios pamt iil elabltlihlnt ia.l nildr I v d rrcl ioan nl ableoi aod nllou colpeloill I)iptIlli(eIIry, noldl hat the llst incdcle.i nll ct mal li llilrelpiltnt con be foasalroa stontl tily er, & plsliticiis pr onsec ilioi]i pout tipenrotefl lully nlay anid.ttli. . ". uli -iir 1". BONNABEL Pn'TV- i .L-.-. TKS "-.T-.-WA--.| .--ili- ll-e S ard will Ie Ie uiad ky lhe sulboriber, Ier. ucLh in fnrtmolioai as will Irad lulhe disiownery illbhe drwar ol a Iiny t:tittltered M112 (aiipltst tohle fa hIF s number) whIo tII.'td 2" co.es aI nd hI e Ilndu A, fritm hip ISteiglitz.. L H GALE. a in27 . i fjtoanmon-i H ALI.AST u. --lllL-E-. nei-I wanting td lur 0 taina ofcunl as blll.l to Ilio nlaove port, fmi wlirhli a lfir lfiiglt will Ibegiven, apply lo BIox oC&e St Clmh led. ?" " 31 411 (111KN dT5llofli 'onr id iorn alal. J. I roan lgrinders litlahle for plnlatlon linrm i atore. ior snla 1y CUHAMPLIN & COOPER, 111 .11"79 & 82 Julia t' -JOHN V. CHILDS, ENGRAVEIR AN') (Oilk'ERtPl.ATE PIIINTER S No. 3, Camp S. WJI.L nglvrne iundprint ni order, bank notes. LillI SafPeaxcllu., lIilla of lading, diplo,ttsa, ,intrsIa. tile anl vii:ing cards. Iilllri I, lltnalonr. ,nd c(aiimln house aonli door plses, silver wonn, ec. *-nltwiynor haId, on asaldaeitnic of silver pladnl anld brans duo p. p maetnn prped froam pIulea lradly e..gravedl. Bi'STON UM--IIIo blrrsl] nlsrlon Ruin, lalial f'run hip Cul umubianna, nd ara Ialn liy niaiiK.l _ ." " J P WIIlNE..,73 ratnp lKllVS'l'falt'ms ipell.lig IMaik, copy Iuuk. an., STlantea anu for alet Iy in14 I) I':.;I.P C, 21 Clhartn sPt S" TEla. PK.S--lini reciterd a lew er,,n llillall EI.agl, and Per 'I' doubldie palti me I |alia, it ialebli II ,1 ) FEL.T A& L , iW4, N Y statliuners hall 24 Clianlrts at

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