Newspaper of True American, April 6, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated April 6, 1839 Page 2
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4v , 4.. . A tinl- V.. ..... SW NEW ORLEANS. OLEAaRANCES. ri3, .h AI(ibr Boon.. 8 J P Whiting M t, Sr, Cr Now York. MaYwr i . rio ,5 ioker, tow Now York, L II Gile 8isvoolllOn, for Atttako.o, Kidder 6 Heod Nteg oo , FNrhburvlort, FP Woi & SN rW, Mlken, f New York, E A fridge&e o korPensoaoli, Master SPaekot Coumbia, Windle, for GaOlvesto, Smllilh & Voohsee ARRIVALS. ." A .prt 5, 189.• Ih bth ._wit Brihg Chapmn an od schr Export. Lelt Ihe ', `' krr:ll .1,.lt at II.P M, repnrullolhilg Il sight of the bar. .0.. ..O " ion Schloler in the riveit" Brig Sil us ohlll o u 'i·N lCu· Flat, kond down. 'to-oat Pcifil,; M in, from N E PPao, having lowed Io Sship Miohi.a sIdt S . Lone. returelld to th city lighlt- the Ibnotroo Ithte 4at oat 7 A 1M--rpot. inhino tln light •ltlth.ol®ng.:LBili Greciin, •,tdichro CIaa.ous and Enelite : od'onhe olt0 in too river.o brig Chopmn. Thompsoo, I I lays rom Charleiton. Bkr Epoo, Pratt. 4 days tram Me.ilc. Brhr John kt L•,emon, 48 hour. fo Galvestoln. * hr'Creobe, from the koalt +O..lhon SRitb. Pom til r.oot. N W.,Ur.Nthtllo, Blknchard. from .t Marli.hall . Bl&iNoilt, Whitoln.b, fron.l Covilgto. S 014,Per ship M..oo..Cargn 1654 keg. and 16a his Ird, 10;5 his parolk. 41 bhda tnco.n 3i 3 l k fldour " 10 tl0er5a aid 7 oad tallow, 1 boxes nnd Il4had • illr, 411I halo cottalo. 2"J do iLep. l74 hides, q., I bales Ieef i,,do. and 3 ldo do.r ski.. A'TAKAPA. Per Irai ootgy..CAgo, argo I,ls haey. 0O bl " '. P.ork,d 3O do lur, 14 t beef, l: o i .okey. 15 " '. d hPea, 2.o ri. 10 Aoxes llal, I, doa chl dol, 4 do tob.to ac l 10 kes. I.ckwhoto 4.NW YORK. 0Per Itig Ilintori;.. Carogo, 396 hhdl 0ugr 1r O tb'fluour. " . ........ ...s Perbr IyMartIo..t •ro, M210 11i Pork. Slmt 175 doflour. 130 k-go latn, ud11 01 bshelo o orill. PENSAiCO.A..Pop 11r Chorllite(..ColTgo suldry small lots ,' + " olf0, Iaen. sugqr, r0cr, per1. whitky. flour, .o llI.0a.artolBeef. bitter, soapl, tobacco, oakuml, & L ESATOVEs. N8Po.•Pr saoin parket Columbohi•..C o, 03 bile ', . f5our, 5/hhds bllroll, ci,,k hardware, I sneck nllt. and on loll Ino lard, t b..:ok, loleoo, .tllr. PNEWBURYPOIlT.P s'1r T'Plu.mps1. .Cnrn. I.0l keglaido • 9 its Id our.5 do polrk, and 113 Iokhuls cornl . ' . ilPOITs. A-CHLRLYSr.O..Per brig Ciaplll0ae..cargo. 300l tier.es rice. sld dry gonod, to sunodry cuisigllee ; I I sloves ,+ , " id II hldinlS. -.-I LE..Pbdi r ela hport..clpgo 50 his ro.lh 1S0 kg*. mack .1 a oellltUO bls pto tolo, to J Ii IBailey l id :+.. .. Jnutor. "1 "-i6R8114P'[', OP PRODUCE: - y;kotf.8l.fl 84 boot..C. g... 25 batrr0. Ib.lr, 50 eoila S1oorlh Mioiooippi. per fut bn1l..l.argo. 1 11 Ilie1l0lll to "lWmlocl " Cklmler, 72 d, Arlo.nolr, I.ill & Walkeor. t06 do * D Cooperl O do Roy. & ioilh),t1, 5 do Mlltl)n PIeamUll t 4 co: 4 do .ker. HaIleIy . Dovis. 4,10 lIllI..ll & Uooih,, :8.do N i O Dick, ilid ll o to riersoln, Date co. . pAS$1EN(IEIti. Lhri..o.lon;Plr Ibrig U'il 011al..Mr Auld laly aod 4 hil- dro..di Ilqt J Jons., J S Mltch1ell. S OTIt(J.-Tlhe following conuigeesaa of Mlrcllan- Ii Siotale per ship Sal din mlI Villa Iha Pa'is, are re-a quested to calil at Ithe Subscribesr' ofiil. and take Ithirat goods, viz : .Madam.Cineorosr; Jolly & B eaurr; I. Riche; F Bar tsam'; Anroend lueltetaier; Milclt; Chorrin Pcal; w Beh;i MdamaneChonvier- A Grastll; A titlill; con. In signee of goodle marked U \V; cnsaigcer of eoods imrkedJ C. LEVI I (0AI.E, aprd 3 3w 93 Common st VAI.UAIiBLE ENGLtdII VWORKS. NEWTON'S I'rineipia, in tw-volumes pr 1N, Wright's Ctaaent'dry on Newton's Princili:, in 2 ote all ViLat's Practical and Scientific 'reatiae ont Calcariouns i Mortars and Cetents, inll vol. cl Smith's Pamnram o t'Science and Art; embracing the vo prioeipal sciences anld arts; tIhe methods ol work ipgon wood and leullll; nld n nlin.Cellaneoolls sellc- Ire tio of utefill and interestamg irocesses anld experi metete, in. ve l., with illustrative engraivies. llutton's NltIitellmlial "'t'allel; cothlini the a comt inoan, lypertllic; nod Ltgc.tic l.t.ttritiht. AlsO op - 'ines,Ta'noecnt, Seeanlts andl Veralod Siena, both natift. itltd lgaritmlic, and IlIe complcteie desaerip- II lion:ntt uase of tihe tables. Sitapsan's. l)octrine and Applieation otf Flt i,ma, int2 t vols. Foraoleby WM altcKE.IN, It april'l ctr (:.tlpl uni (Ceunnn~n st fi W HI'ItE ItEANS-7 urclardia g ittoi te,,g rtt U . YV.Vettfaio, for sale by AIBRAIIAMI TIlIEIt, aprI I 31 (;ravier st I iQLIt MADIEIRlA--10l ttuztc iihtkbultt'st tctti, P ar rsale by LEVI II (,AI., a aprl I -):I CuIIIIuIllHI at 13 Trowbridge, and J A lMortr's, lbr sale hby apt I _ I " ItIlIti & C,,, 131 Mtieazei at assemrtd brands, folr sale by .apl 91 1 11BKII)GI, & C'o 134 itngttine at IHE shtbcrilwer oers Irr orale 150 bIlls Flor ; 1511 Itt " .I bls.Whiskey; 50 e.nas Itaconl Sides; 50 casks -.Bcon Shloulders; It.eaks eau. ssed ll it us. t april"o :" lis It 11It.lN _lN71 Catmp at WISJ OM AND UENI1lS Oil *IIAKiPltEAi, ti : - OMPIISIN(;i t M tratl Philosophy, I)cliuanlions of Vo Charlneter, Paintinlg of NallLture a tIthe Passions- e • t"" til. noits, IA. te 1't' t whole mkitg tn itext lBook Itr the -Philasoptler, I'Mralit, Statesmalnll, Poet ntd the - i. r.' i re l itoe East, Ille.tratt.d in a Jtournal of Traivels I g10.g It oetli,rialnga n evelttltl period by D Ulrutihrt, Eq .Jst reeivttd Ilt f ttr t ale bt h .aprI AIIX. TIoWV I I, ,49 ttamp st (1 HUI(iA i-I CIONAl(Y-Utf uiintI al expoSi S:I ,uon tih the erms, Ip:rases aned subjects conn crtel I, ,. w.lillie externul atrder, oanrnments, worships and usa "ge o the Praealntil Epibeatatl (Chunrelta, t ilh t n epe tiolareferanee to tit etlartt in tihe United States, tbyo StlieRe Wi Snittton. Jttor rttt vey l uiA l fr t tale hyR a-'i,.ll Ab ' AIEX TtOVAttll, rCtat' it + L T Ibbls Braev, i u rkedr B ft .: .:. ttknarked G, or J(Wretoe, Sat lFe i. 1 keg lnrket O t GtOlaiivin, te'iuli t ldtit a --.1 marked J &( StuppoI sed Ito hove bn delives-a :'ed'by idstaket-Aty+ itformalttitnl resplctitg tthe aoIe millBte totrkfllyt ro a ivdt Lt F. A IE, S' PER, M '`:ADt;lt-1-301t I--xea tltit,tn t bhraml ilt " t coa.ld for autlu by SIIALL & ItIit\lVN, S: atI.' 9tiazine at -,, rkall¢ . i SHIIALL. & S IIIiWN, "april' 961nt Magazitoe st c-- i'T-ON IRC .JARS - I t PRIN'I:.) tetilh the Grteast xil,'di tion, aind d :* 0a r lyle u*itapstrrted .ir New OCtt.Eaia, ore else :-wh.ie. •" O:. i..raserftNCototh a Rotam in S. Charles Ex d " taia'n; (ot:ter, of GrarAier S. ) ot .t T R U E V r A:M ERI' CA N PRI N TING OFFICE, a S:corner, of Ptydrss'and St Clharles Stiet t will bte i .--mlSpU5l..itotnd td to. S[Dee l-- tf.. ri - ERCH INTS, Claka, at, n rltl t pera lit itiK Lto it ..tL.liroa ktowltmedg, ttlto i ter velhoiaealves o the. a1 c iell r I potk. v.erplin will If ,d '- ,alt'a'eeto k K,'le+iur ; I'rttiee II k K'epii g " 'addasd'e Po caulA.eoulmntt ; I,' L eri's d ti d:: ardaI' titakkr tper's Itllait .ltr.ith' d tt nll Bnnetlis.,Bnok K erint, htt cie.Iat aa HIir 1pmit an thay'alt get thbI T in tIhe i vo att - L - EX. TlOWAl'A taotttkstltre, april 5 41"Cattp nt SAC(ON, I.AtI.) aatI PORK--15tlhhdit CittetttalitI cuteat i ds tir ed'S talidersa " -lt0kegsg first qartlilv Lordt 0" . "tlO'Lnlr Mesao.Pntr fa r hsale liy -a - : "-'I'ETSON & tVEI1Y,I.I et;tviar at ' Q I :NegreC attncertt ItKreI y -r2ai50 ihatres of .. 4h'IA eta all knornew, iau. Bd. for s,,i byIt r : l*b|- :*tOIRI'ttJO & AViCIP,,8Glracviarnt ."H 'kB y,.f'l=ADFi3thale mtN itr eatel end .. o.afJubaIA. Willi ,edf' l.tat+,ttn, f,raide by . •L'ET.0N &AVERY. 88tGrivcr rt C IMEtS 201,(00 l'rincitttk Cigere+ t tearter konaa, . f.uclo by- ISAAta UB3Iew LE& Co. ao iI 1:t4 dMaltte itte et . + iSSIA i4L'fEtjNCn--3- tales for pale by R apI . I BRIDGE.; t:tI Leaaa.itO `fEK, l A W T _ 9 to1f raisipg Silk Wotresl o`: l hosft ullottfterry ''ree & o0 Silk .O+ K 'a Arancau Silk Gro.arntt Guide a"" en' Chanocery Repoart 2. vts in otl, a neaw . atathird ork " " i tnuorla H'flhatltoat.a., Iy .altety, Lontlon edition 'l"" . Wtrlrksofl ltd Bfeoaa, London edition - implnat'of Chba MatIbews, the.CattttiIon, E JOHNS&C o, . qlp, . ' cor St Ctnule and Commolnat -- 105NTfrING HOI)ISE DIRIUcT'ORY. J UBT Pblishald, by Dtnvid Felt & Co, the Coo littg ir Hw imlinery falr 1839, etnrinilta to r rent liast ; .htbhe Cty Banlka and Itunsneae CtnIcumtte, giailvg *s laratoa, presidents, Secretaries and Jirecttlre, dis daaifayh, &c. ofeabch ihutlitutio,b," Iniide a great vn r oWeltareul iniltrnolicn, fr sale at 25 e0nts per aIt .w .=ik ,Staionrs' tHll. 2t1 Chortres t i 08 £aen,f ralseb t a ARRA II AMN:'.,IFRI ltoharltresn at , ettooy' nd tidiacafk, Notes, ftr sale A II DORe:EY, 44 New Levee SLUE 1lE-d casks Comeitinati ceurad is dn NB lfAtlS-4Itbalein3 ator tr ate' by a.l I . ORSI.Y, 4t.New Levee. I[ pIsti g ravedrh Unoderwoud, Bild er fp l Ja ,.Ud btI in bouks uof cull A.-- + * T A" , 49OW Cnp a t eta11g1doIradrteni.it reoo i-ihe cor "d r eftritedl'aadiug, to be -' t....a lra 71 m .' . bv Pi te/r, crm'sagoire ad Tkaoitoitlgnr ts <:+ , : • t twk im*SaAi nw* R~ sitt hit esallntecnion with thia Ofice is a . " I n. -PrENbIDAIND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE 4, FiR TNf PRINTING OFi Pamphlet. na Checks Cataloguesi lls of Lading 1 Labels, Dray Receipts h Legal Notices Auction Bills, Bill Forms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills Oirculars tI And every description efJob Woerk that o mally be required. T'lE 'TRUE AMERIC. N. : EIMllIED BY Joltas IlslfEtOlN. PFAITIFWUL AND BOLD. NEW OR LEANS: I SATURDAY APRIL 6, 1P39. r O Should aGy of our Sub.hrilirs reneive hin paper e I te or irregularly, he would coifer a favor by leaving a his name and address at the offeo. IENrATOR MOUTONS's I lreTTF .--Over two eolumos of the I.onisiaiaan yesterday, were occupied with the b letter to which the namR ofour silent Senator, Alexan der MoutoN in attached. This olaborat elfoert on the part of the Senator, to evade the instructiors of our Leeislature to the Senators of Louisiana in Congress' directing their action on certain national questions on he subject o1f the revenue of tIllhe United Slated. lHe confseses himselfrn solutelty and without hIsitation' " a right of itinnetioGn itan," anil conceives it his duty to obey his State whenever through her Represelntatives sher gives hil orders on any particular elnhject. No one who knows Mr. Mouton would aecusee himi of having written the letter of which lie wtshes to be n aup posed the author. It is distinguished for the flippnctey .and slang which characerise sone of the Globe write rie, ti was prolably pleparled for him by nllle 'cute chiap, for na tnesideralion. In certain portions, there is a et mliln yielding' to the will if the people, nid n shIw ofldesire to think justly, but it isoverwhehned in a iiiasnt of stuff, and inclcales ldctlrinte olnoxiousti to he sve rest reprehension. Al lattack i+ mllde on a c-ordinatnle "brnchl ofthe (iovernenlt, which cannno meet with too harllt a renbuke. The intelrity of the decisions of the Slurlee Court of the United StltRe, iv not only doullld, utll is absolutely imllpenchcd. The old inack led rl esort to Mr. i'lay's speechl ill 1I11, in opposi ion nto thle U. S.. nk, is had, and the greatest eunlogy tpassed nn that teflrt, the error of which the lnthor hlim self bus lived ng enoughll tIn prove and to acknowledge. iDuring the tfirst termn of ienernl Jackson's niinins tlationll, nn ittack was Undn by the democralic p.rly, on the judiciary, which was instantly put down; anld not, sonm desiglnig d.ianogue has inllde Mr. Mouton his tool in putting forth this expression of hostility to a bralnch ofthe (Governlumu, which has alwavs llsuinued nachrlcnter Inr iltegrity and intelligenle,of legal know Iegde and fearlessness in tile dischaerge of their duty, which have Ieen a pride to tile couutry and tn heir loom to posterity. It is useless for Mr. Mouton to altenlpt to show that the resolutions of instruetion were not explicit. The wishes of the pieople of Louisinna were disltintly ex Iresosed, and the following rensolution passed: SEC. ).-Be it faurter rcnoleed, That our enllalnrn and lelresenlltives in Congress, bie requesled, by all fildr anlld hon lable means t carry io err it ll'ect thle prin ciples und opinions asserted in these resolutions, and vote on all questions that may lie preIseIntd for their cellsiderntionu tG will in tie itest inlniller sustain tile rnie intent ulnd leauiug of iheml. Will Senator Mouton insist that ie leued "all fnlir ltid honorable ieans to carry into effect the principles annd ropinions asserted in those resolutionsn?" 'What is tile only inference. that can be drawnl from tihem? Are they not palpable itntrluctions? WVe scorn equivoe lion. It loes not Ibeonle a oSetintor. Whii tihnt did lie nit act in contforlit y to the resolutions ? II is trul they do not order himl as a slae, to dlo a mnaster's hid dllu, bt llhey are sufliciently pilii to be intelligible. It seels, however, that Dlr. Mnttllt coa take none but Pnlhly's hiet, and when told the way ti tihe door, dloes not conmprehend the duelicale inrite inllon eant In bli coineyeCd. Ile (eunent understand a simple request fronin Ils cnlltituent`nn-he waits to be coinllulld.e:- lear hhin : " WL'itever the lIgislature oif Ilininni sheoll Ihink prioper t to Rmehhe language of authotrit, which I ne nt wlenleg ii ,t posseaes over me, anld ito enforce their 1iunillntn Ilv tine UtlIsl wt-rly of Clnilllolntnlllllnl oa iu ject etintnled with iny duties ts a i een tor, lhee will Inl n n eittlli-e l enlonetll' i tnPeit ntitlll i)I Iny p-ti ; ilheir the tinit with which I a i invested. Mly opinions on the right of instruction nre known to many in the state; if ndi I am free tn say nhit thley have undergoune no Shmoge ." sSelnltor Molton need not hlop In eescape the indignant reproaches of the people of ,ouisiann, whllose reqursts lie Ihas treald with scorn. They will speak to him in O tones thalt lie cannot tllistake. lie will be cronsrurnded Sto obey the instlructions wlich may hereafter be foir t wirdetd. If hi ig ntellec is so obtuse, Ithat lo ennlnot undllerstanmd a illmple request,il will he hmnlnnredp into his headl in suclh a mnner, that thie splirit of dullness wolhl he able hto comprehend, We are sorry for hin. y Without a particle of brilliancy, or even intelligence en outh to ial.,c (he slightlest displayl, he has plnced himielf in a loosition as unnenvioble as it will insure hint sflmicient realsons to bless his stari , when lhe can retire frol the service of his party, to the obscurity of i pr;lal sltation. T'x l.AsT or ALL.--Why is Senator Mltonl called "the silent meamber t" Because he is too sheepish to make a speecbh. ins. FRANKLIN'S BI):NEFlt'.--''llis eening, It last lutl two of the sateon, at tile Camp, MIr. Franklin takes his is'anfirt, on whict occasion isha will bring forward "'ilE MAID OF ORLEANS," in whic:h his celebra ted horse Nazeppa will be introdueed, and go through a nusmber of wlnderful feats and display his sagacity in anextraordinary manner. The drama is one of in tunst interest, and cannot fltil to elicit decided spprba tilonI.It addition to other entertainaents, tile )Dutchess de la Valliere, a hieb was received with approbation on Wednesday evening, will he repented fir thill second P and last time. Mr Franklin is a short man, but has got along in Ils businses with the rest of them. He is a monest, unassuming man, and in his profession, is highly E esteemed. for the amiability of his manners, and his generall~nesile to Iaccalllldll himelfto i, situalitn, J b'ing determine I at all times to please it in Ihis powar. We trust Itat lie may have a goad helcfit, and tlr fir tller ipatilc lars, call atten lil tll his card nd a very at. tractive ill. M 'rirs IE.ICEI.IENCE IF OUa GIIIaES--FIr teIltni purpoes thle graveas f New Orlaens are tIhe, list ill he r world. 'I hey are said to( be m sI remarkable in giving up the dead. At least they have been so dascribed by writers : For a haul so warm ssod true." * Thsey nsras wr as tos ad and dam55 p fWe have the following curious stolry in the I.ouisia ninl of yesterday, which carries out tlhe postulate: I BUlnan Al.ltv.--'Ysterday, iltlnediatrly after thei remrnig otl tiat. Gairnier were cnsignad'.t lit tomb, and thle concourse of persnls who i ld adsaelbled to wit l eNs th cermnny were prleparing tol return to lileir rhonmes, heir ltlention was attracted by the noise or glus of s olne persoll in distress, which appleard it comle Irm a clis l that lad just been deposited insthe Sa ertlh. It was i al lllditely opened, 11d tal cXalU intliln fosl-d to eotals tile bady of a negro wu}ll, wbho hal, it is supposed, fallen it a Iletlhargic sleep sad Ecntsid. e:ad dead, hut was awakened hy aite etrance of water into thl coffin. She was taken, out al brought to the city in ile spirits, and tlhere is now every prospect of her recovery." Tile fact is, tie Louisianian was completely taken in and .ur graves lid not prove so potent in their restaors' n tive qualities s as migt have been intrrled. Thle body of the womaln was certainly taken to the ground to Ie buried, and was then broughtl back to ile place whence t it ws first oved, because te the Governor's permit to i ter her had been neglected Bil sshe aeither "groaned" Snor "mtade a sign," and was reconveyed yesterday to the burial ground and quietly inurned. The hoax pro. .ducal quite a sensation in tIte city yesterday, and we slhould aot he surprised, if sir eilra copies ol tihe Louinianiuan were sold in consequence. It HIasu. .-Which of our papers was it announced thata tl iunrdians of the "i hlult prodigy" Aliss )Da. venporr;l(hy-the-by a strapping girl of thirteen or four e teen) had found it necessary to take her to the sea coast for fresh airl We plll'd her one or twice on the sjudgment of others, but after we saw her the first tipe (at the rS. Clmrles,) our mind was tmide up to aid no further in casryilg on the joke.. We remembelr some years ago to have eard a story. aof a lo.fer, without a sixpence to bless his eyes withal, Swho s, sorted to the following expedient to reldenih his exhast-d treaensry:-He rtelad, or begged the sse of a asmall room, and nonosnced for exhibition, a rdra ariv i tearris, to be seen n for two bits-bnt visitors coull only Io adlmitted one at a time. A great deal of mys tery was thrown aroulid the meuter, and in a .ery short I titnt crowds had gathered to see "tae wrusser aniasl." 'rho. a lum had paid the two bits ai.l guns itl;nne s fordt, with lderious suntenlaaese,otsallli a i sp stampedl Ithee yaeaoibdinentt of ll thta'e urioius, waisidth ly dtisfled. Thiteapi of theonlir weiht wh losb i Ch ~At.hisn dit r llinto doltari, his unite into tens, aned his tens intrehundreds. The aMoret was well preserved -thbe enintel w*itdeseribable Thoa who had come had not yet sash, but burned to have their'enriosity Con quered, were mpst impatient, but the original rule of. siggly admitting them, was duly observed. Fortune till not shine on the crest of its favorite forever. An fri individual was fouand who was not to be humbugged- He had been let into the snare, but had too muclh o honesty to see the contagion spread any further when h lie could arrest it, or else his vanity was rather stronger a Allan his pride, and he was eo indignant°that he should oI have been taken in that he fobrgot he exposure of his weakness, in case of a diselosunre of the secret.--ut 8i Sout it came, and all the rest who had no long relained tie secret, became as cliaoroats as himnelf. It was a burning sllame that so sne as n imposition should be practised on an enlightened community! The door was flung open wide, for the multitude to gaze in, nd feed their impatient wonderment. The poor wight was in an awftily critical situation. lie was not only in danger of losing his gains, but of securing for Ilimself a sound drubbing into the bargain, besides of having S bestowed upon him such a jacket as would have en- F abled him to impose upen the tenants ol the barn yard, I for a strange bird. lint the same inventive genius which projected the scbeme far "raising the wind," camen to his aid in the crisis. " Gentlemenl,"-said hle, as soon as a brief cessation of the clamor enbled hian to be ieard, "did you ever see a teorser animal than that little, shrivelled, half-starved, mangy pig?" 'The appeal saved him, snd le is doubtless practising hum- . bug somewhere at this time, or taken to somle watering place to recruit his health or restore his spirits. Commeuicated. Ml.R G(iOne, With respect ti the ptrageraphl ant copied from thie St. Inuun lielpublican,, tichiitg lie etlrse ollur litr e llIntls pursn ill the forwrding bnsllles, hlve to re emied them Ihere hies been deepscthed Iis sensln, a ltrge quantitv of goods to St. Louis and for the country nabove, a considerable irtnont o which, mnerebnnts were cllpellsd to rsend by transie.t baintsl, ins Ilny til lta reg.lar steamiers were detainled above. before tie waiter f alled tl them to get down, iud the hulk of tmercandize still in port to gc forward, yet oblllicets to employ transient Iboats but theh beai that have bhern and nre Stking flright, are equal in every respect to thoseowned in St. Loui.. 'rTie comtplaints hilltherto hlina been tnat very little or tn pallin were anken by Agents Ito .at thelir gols reightled cheap. Ir must be apparent to you, that it is only that inerest of the owner of the prolperty that this n aficls,nlnt it certienly can be no gratifientron to tile shlippelr, toi jel e ar lisunwat rmntnblyv Ili carrespondenmrt Iprl)erls. The difference in rates last week, in the re Clolnr St. Louis Ilts, were one quarter to one thirl. The nllhtsin in lie Remtlublicnn ins apparently inttmled to appily to the Meditterranean, whilch boat Unfmrtl tilutelvc ollapsedl mcaylinder, and hs compelled her in renmlini for repairs opposile Natchez. Such no ncei dent no merchant coluld fitrese; bill not so injurions as several of the St. Louts have experienced within six or n'ne Illnls anrt. A to tle St. Lnai ofrl.els not paving isllrances on good. ship pd by boats of good repute is tilo preprste roas Iodaven l iIpt. ,Our lnslnectotwsnwever are well e uapitle ofnjudgintg of Iclli lunlitie i boatte, tiS these oif St. I.ui. Unless the nuurchtls above (contllllle rman dad their general in.tluctions, we are compelled to ship by first good conveyance. a Respectfully, A SIIIPPER. [COMMUNICATED.] SARSIeAPARLIA.-'-The virtues of this shrub, a0s a )1lo ritier atd stlrenglheoer of tIlhe Ittbllman sysleol, espcoeilly of the blood, havo been log sineo estoliehd. s lad are now universally known. Tbe best medical autllhority is in their ftvor, and the testitony of the pIrolfession totil NE point is almost if not quite unnniloots. Thl' only ques tion is as tol the form i which they can be best adopted to general usle. The highly and richly concentrated compound Syrup Ex ond Pills of earsgparillo, is, with thle utmost tconfidetto recommnlleded i ol caose where the ledicinal propetr ties ofsnrsaporilla and its properties are required. It is not offered ous nostrnnlo , tte higrediets eillg those ofill' on aplro d o formllo for tle "Co'o pounpo d Syrlupl," bh omit:ing the sacbarine matter, and highly toncentrattng the reparaltion, with due regard to ohviating the Iany the tbjectitns to the ordinery coin ound syrupo t , yot t 1ht de cuisinea decoctionl of the woods, or Lisbohn diet l drilk. * Impurities of the Blood, eruptions of the skin, )int pies oil tl lace, rtoeulllttism, Iiles, stftll oorll siero , scroftta, woiite swellings, syoltitliloe nfclbins, aini.t tile bones, and a varietn of disases arising froni the in judicions use of neretiry, &e. will readily yield to the ue of the preparat lion. It is carefully prepared, and put tt with acomoopttoo ing diretionse, nd sold wholesale and retail tt No fi, Custom ilouso street, New Orleans. Recorder's Court, SECOND MUNICIPALITY. Reports of Day Police and Night Watch, April 4, 1139. Jolfn C. Lilttr, Clharles Clolborn, Smith Shaw--charged witb Iigfhwao robbery. Tlte trosecutor Mr. I)roan borger hsils'frot loedfford, (I'enon.,) is here on t si ileso, is very inquisitive and foind of aecumiloting knowledge-goes greot lengths, and encounters erioloe ritks to obtain, it. ()n Mondlly lat, he went to the Ravces, where he Rsoon attracted the attention of and becamt e ac 1quainted with J. C. Little, who inlmediately there fter disoursed nllmost eloquently to Ir. I. Iupon o thile oral lttone of tife place; Ite fiw righteuslltI people therein, an1 what dangers we hlonllest north rerrs are expuosed to by colniem heIr-the Iorse rlhing galnllinlg, gin stlfopt: and thlleir sister vice tedlling inatilltiollS were severely touclhed n ton ill suhl teCrms anti langoae, ite to not thle blood lothg ill lia veins, and induce Ilit to thinlk thi was it second Sodoull. The moral lone lnd feeling of Little teing so imueh above tlhe seeen orounld,l)ronubgeger,con luded that lie must be from his own section of country-pefrhapl s an itinerant Het-forth to minlis'er toIn tile spritual wats of Ilte place. I)roubergtr fis listened to nand sucked in coplioa draughts of the di muorl spulationlls s uof Little, altl bItecme to I00uc enlisted it his favor, lthat Ito ttde hint his eomln- - nion on thie lace track; nor would lie leave liln oan idh Ilole in the rail car, preferir tihe ollpan y of Iittle eveon oflttto., Moreover, I)rulrleregr's de tsioe for illforlatior, was t ot solm:ked, or illdeed tile r leat abated by what lie lhad seen--ht wished ttI see thef lad. Liltle told hiim lie would go the near way allo l woulhd o t reach town, aotodingly leaped a Iiace antd aimed to th tlhik wotods I)rot.uLoerger fllowinlg after, without invitation, so completely wat his spellh boundt or charmed by fhim. Alter Itating goone about 2(H yacdo in the enclosure, thrle other persons madte their appearance suithdnly, anti Ib acttal delmonstration, soon eollvillted Air. 1). that the Iinltl tt,se of tile plaro was below par they felled himtt th tile ground--drew tloir khiveson ti hinm-stripped him of his coat and vest-rubbed him iof his loneev about $80, and a trite lottery ticket-tiod Ilia Iods antil feet with Il t susopenders, an then left hin, where he remained till 9 o'clock, efoure he could release himself, to rutinato upon B this practicable lesson.of morality. V'III Worrocks. Janesa MlcMnse, arrested as a dange geroue and suspicious characters, not being able to give vouchers of his character, coonnitted Iotr thirty days. Pat Tegont, Wm Williams, M White. Thomas Joice. Jaoo-s Jones, John I)nn, arreosted toe being foundl drunk-disehllrged. E A Ford. arrested for dlisturbing IIth peace, and throw illg shells at tOI toyster srand--hoond to keep tile tpece, $300 Itil. John Newlton. arestelI for asseing off a $o l note changed flnn $l $1o to that denollina iton, having reutllled tile Imlloney. discharged. aniel Slecl,arrested uIlller ulpicieious circullinc F, disch arg.,ed. Martlh Ann Jones -eat to Criminal Court on hllare of ietj.ry,in swearing falsely gnoint her tuncle C ENNESSEE TO)liACtLO- 7 bhdsof p im,"e qttnli t Iv, landing fro to. alelnat IlInter, for sllt by apt ABIRAHAM rRIEIT : t I.voitoer st Y I,;NIsT)N lia '- hob., a, Ilotottog1 hnoo oteamoer V ltomer, for sale by AIIRAIHAM 'I' IIIt, f alp 6 34 Gratier et ' _l--100 bIushels, landieg fro, atemen riomer, orsale by ABRAHAM ''IIRI, api1 6 :31 Gra icr at £tjXC:IItAN.GE ON IfOSt''(i)N,. ir ale - d Safpt 6 PI BIiDGE: & Co, 134 hlhagonine st MAY Mt ALVt OF NEW OItt.I.ANn. T rlll" prie otl tsh flour to-day is $(i 7T3 iertorel U aCcurdilg ttotlr taritf; the tokert oal egive itt rilog tie hollllig weok (fronn Monday slot olst. 40 on eeo of bread for a it. Bireod of t oe socond quality i - tre(lired to weigh d5 per cenllt. mlllre, i: ie) elll. talri 6 C GENOIS.,Maoor. SFi NEW )YORK. HttHolmes' Line of Packet.. to To soil pooitieely To morrto night. o . Theelegant fast sailing packet shif OL l AInFSAN, Searo, master, having two thirds of I liCet eargoolehafed, will positivelh sail to mornrw. For freight or passage, hIn.og elegant a Sacclnnld.uions, apply to the caltnill ln Ionrd, or ht lv aids A (:()HIPN, !H)Cm.l monlnon st sFOR It LAStOW. Pe toahge otly. .E The A I and very fost sailin"g laque SEDINIOURGH, Capt T'I'lheoahi, will have o .Il de nttllh. For passage only,.lt h n hastllomeoe tacottlllnetlationtoapplyto L I GAl.E, clmrll 5 93 non llllh FORlt BUSI'uN. e Poasrpge only. h.o The. llperior and very lfst stlihog hip B(L.I VAR, Calot Netlt will tail ot Wtedtst doay next, Ite 10th inlr. For possange only, o halilng handote aeotlntmodatlonsftt opply in +1. p_+ allI, II (HlAE,f 93 Co00tinm st bFOR I.ITTLLE IlI)CK and ARKANSAS, And all inlerlnediate Iandingl. ye lThe light. drollghllt, flot runting h teamer OZAIRK. K Iloosea, tnns etpr. will depart s above on Solrtd y, Ae h itofteight or ])tooogoh Iotitlg all ,cate to room, apply oar bard,fooa of Pnydli tt.or t. T R HYDE, apt 5It 39 Cotlllon, cor Magazine at It, ýi Ua--Rt50 oatrrele, in flne shippiog redlpr, fo s tale hy E. I)ORSEY, s Ap14 44 New I.evee. IRa `NiTAJKER.-h.-Oit hs butter aid water Croaeoers in o s)tore. for sale by G DIR.riKEY, hI adril 4 . 44 ntw Leven Bt G fRLAMT an Lemon tll. at New York prices tut if labiaq Ly oahiser, apply at II KtONNABEL'S Store, Srtl.__ 4 corter Notches and Tchalpitoiilas ets t - hLn BlA - - -S-1511 M )pol.ntold, I Raes fotr oal.hy - ot3 J aId 4 i MI UDLVEREUX,.20Ijotltaitotlaoo CAMVi rSTREET' THEATRE,: LAST #JdGErT UP Tilt SEAdON. . i . BENFIT OF M . G. BARRETTf, Ti THE MANAGER Ir l ga s leave to return Idslwarmest thanks to his friedn aunit Ilepublic for the very ordlial support re; eeived at their hands, during ia long and arduous sumsn. tie feels gratified, that Ilis efforts to maintain that order O and deecrumo so essential to n well regulated theatre, I have been promptly sustained hy the public of New Orlens. Animtedhby the experieneeof the past,he assures the patrons of the drama that no pains will ie spred to make tle ensuing scampanign one, wlich, he 0 hepee, will prove deserving of their approhbation and sapport. In taking leane of the communuitv which hat received hli sn kindly, (though a stranger,) he cannot do better than to propose on the occasion G Ofjeloing the te Theatre, A Ann OF THIS HtI LAST BENEFIT, iT- ON MONDAY EVENING, April 8sh, Sheridan's Comedy of the RIVA .s With the following powerfil Cast. Sir Anthony, Mr Farren Bob Acres, J S Browne Faollilandl, Barton David, Holland Who have kindly volunteered their aid. Caop Absolute, Mr G Brrmtt Sir Lueino O'Trigger, Greene Mrs Mlalapvp, Johnsoan (As played by him with decided sccessat the T're L mot Theatre, Borton.Il Lydia Languish, Mrs o Barrett Julia, Greene With other entertainments, as will be eupressed in the hills of tile day. 71KBOX BOOK NOW OPEN. aplt It A CARID. MR. FRANKLIN'S BENEFIT. Mr. F. beg; leave most respectfully to announce to the Citizens of New Orleans, that his BENEFIT will take y place This Evening, at the CAMP STREET THEA e TILE, fir which oceasion he trusts I ehos selected such entertainmelnts as will he plensing and interesting. By e undeviatingly endeavoring to give satisfaction to tile 'Mansgemeent and tihe Audience, he hops hle has made Sa sulicient number of friends to fill his house on this occasion. For parliculars, he reftor to Advertiselmnts e and Blls. Apil30 It is i Camp St. Theatre. Last Night but Two of the Season ! BENEFIT of Mr. Franklin, THIS EVENING, APRIL 6, 1839, - ill be presented lmilIer's play of thia - DUCIIESS I)E LA VA.LIERE. is olais te. Mir Fielding Blva+hani, Frednericks M, Mlldae Valliere, Mrs Anderson M- flademiielle, i Barrett of To conclude with the spectacle of JOAN OF ARC, iP tn which tie celebrated horse Maneppa will apear. Prince Charles, Mir Gillert Benovais, Fielding Valanto, Franklin .ucille, Miss Cowell Joan of Are, Mrs Greene ly On Sunday, benefit of Mr J MI BROWNE No, NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE RAIL ROAD hoe COMPANY. Cal ArtLr. 3, 1839. aM Extract from the Minutes of the proceedings of tlte All Ionrd, held this dtay. red Resolved, That the names of all the Stockholders, oif" owning aove one hundrd share, whore, o refuse to distri- of , bone their stock, pursunnt to i resollioan under date of 1 the 098th day of March last, as well as the names of all plo those who consent so to tdistribute their stock, be pub litbed. JAIIES II. CALDWELL, ope 4-3t President COMl"'lIROLLIER'S I)FIICE, 21 MUNICIPAI.ITY. NE.w OtL.A eas, April lt, IS1,819. I)UIbLIC nticle is ierely given atar oin Mnday the e 8lh inint. et 12 u'rhlec<, I will adjudicateo at trry clt rofrie,t tire hiigihest hiiler, separate leases, from tihe led. 2tlt of A ril to thlre 10 rf Seiterenlber oext, of tile fol- p, lowing stnntls for tihe sale of fruit,a vz: No. I, at tie fort ofCtnil streer. FI S (;rnvier [3I, " dras ju 4, hio Ed , " Jolu " 6, ltOirrO " 7, " RoIagnuc " 0 1, at the earner of mltrkr t Square jr& hie Levee. 9, ' N ll'a street IPatntl to le trillnde in r tifaretoriiv endorsed nrltes nt I.'2, 3 tnd l4 monrths frort hlrt dtiry t rlrldjntivtinirr. l ladllls JOIIN CAI.IIOIJN, Cturploller. IBU REAU DU I .OTN'ialI1UR, lDie lat Srecorle MunitcipnlitL. La Noeve'ie O(rleans, I Avrii, 1839. W A VI, PIll.trtdtIlrlqte I.tt"ue LundiI hur itolrnt, riti tra nidi, j'rjlgerni e ntool hurrean, an plus hrul thh ePnrlrrirsserir,l le lllounge tenrtrU In bil, dti J0 Avril juoqe ,ei le 10 Sepltebre irochlliln, les statinlls o pil ace uli- A vanter ponr Ir vt olr dIII rrit, rcleniller sulil- No.a I, ar bout Ie Ia ruiite du Crtanl. ", " ravier. 3, i twids. 4, irrolre ur5, " Jlie Pte G e, " elunlerd 7, " Rtmllnne II, ts coin ie la Plaee dA Mlrerh( et Levai e I.e pnhmrlntlet oil rtre fail en billets enrdoaLsa A stlin ritlionr, rr , a, 3e, tr 4 ri, dlter dl jonrl d R Pijrt- Iun dicFtIon. JOIIN CAIhIIOUN, rr Cnlrrolottr.

O)IF'ICE OF TI E FIIREMAN'S INS. Co. Or NEW ORLEANS. A 'I a meetring f Itie Stockholdersl of tthis instittio a uoiI tile first intmtalt, Irhe fllowing gentlemen were d uly elected Iireclrtrfthis isitutiui:o SW eeore Iledltord, Rl I Brneter, Anthony Parker, I. Spnngenberg, Jamnt es F Biseoe, o, ! Knetlo. S (lillingham, sen. A W Haina, 11 Il llenneott C F llrzey, J N lloawthlor O S Dewraees, Snnauel Stewart. Anlat a lmeetilng of tile Directors held nil tile Eve Iing of tie 2d instrnt, G(eorge Iledforl wos elected President. SS Woodrtffl Inspectnr of Houses. Jares Stocktonl, Inspectorof Vessels, Boats, &c. alnd E I Trace, Secretary. april 4 BUREAU DE I.A COMPAGNIE ' INNSURANCE DES POMPIERS, le De la Nouvelle Orleans. A I.'As;emhlie desSaneripteuras de cete Institu A. tion, tenae le premier courantl, les souSllonlm6as 6taient clus Directeure de rette Compagnie: George Iedford, R I Brunet, SAnthony Parker. I. Spnngrnberg, J F liscoe SKnrettlle, S illinghaltr sen A V illaine, II I. Ienaettr 1C F Iloaey, J N Ilawllhora ar De S Ilewere, S Stewart. A I. Asosesrblbe des I)ireclrtrc r toinl e le soir Idu se rcotdtl euranl, at, (;aorge Iedfordl i-tait nammr President 1D S Woodruff, Insper tear des maisrnsl a J t8hrkton, Insl:clltlr les visseaux, etc. Avril 3, I1T9 E I. TRAsCY, p4Secrittirea !1Il) COPPER-31001) Ibt al-i Corrper fior sal hy 0 .l IH iEVI81IEUX, fo atpril 4 2%i ''Trctpitoalas st ` uCII I.IR Iq I '1 I; -1 l iterer,ettarit.r-g a-+a- - r rietv nrk i lnds ttll q alties, tdnpltd o eaason, for sere Iby I DGILE Ia. Ca, april 4 1:14 Magazine at > , IS0OL1.TION tOF C(OPARTNERSIIIP-'Ihe CI, 1ra'rll rl Irhrehthre existillng eIrlweten tile subscribers illn it+ tyie of Fowler & Kelly is tlin day dissollved iby mutualconsent. All persons havinog ai- J at aandsagainst tIh old lirm will present themt toWa II Kelly riar "ayment, anld ll inreblted to the aonearn cl will pay tleosrme to hi. ie ht ill laar iq iauidlatathe IT affaairs of ite late firm. F. F F()WI.ER, n. april w WM H KELIVY. .....--- TiiOUCK'S PIANACEA. n I¶11S tmedicinte has been highly successful in the cure arf tihe following dlioases: dypepsia, liver isease, indigeetion, lossa of appetite nervoaus aIfletion, cutaneous eruplions, secondary Syphilis, Mercurial dis. ease, generIl debility, arnd ili otlr diseases arising i. fron imraurity of tte Ilood; ii it s partl:ularlv realm of lledrle ins a apring and fallt mediclle, to renovate is. l pairedl c'rnlilurtialns. It is extremely agreteable to Lake, resembling in taste f a rich ordlhl, ald beilg purely Ia vegtrtible composi Ntisa, Iliay be taken willh perfeet safety by thile los deli - clte peroanla. A supplyof lhe above received ond frr sanle by ISICKLES & Co, Druggets. s april 1 In 40OCanalsat to JEWEiRY, AT WIIUIESALE. 4 st TM. IIEl.I,, No 16, Chlartles at, hna tihi day re- a S eriveala illa assortmenrtl of Watchles, Jewelry, -Spone, SIpeetales and (Glass Ware, lthey will be offer ehrll aththeiowest marketpt-rire. ap ll ji' OTICE-The copartnalrship exiating between the I i r 1 lsubscrilers, undelr the firm of Yorke Brolthers, was dissolveod hy nutuual consellt, on the 71h February, 18:1. ThI, a.oRnr oftie fir llwill be used by Edward Vt Yorke, in lhquidlation of Its affairs. I E YORKE. I april I I D YORKE. T) IILLIIA I ,LS BldLhe liIECKS,-lotreceiveda I er- 17 pleadid article of Bllliald IRlls and 'ltCes. BUSlI & ALLEN, te aprll Exchiange Holel, oar St Charles &Common st S ALT'-5-0 saeks Turks Islantd Olt, in Parks of 2 bushel eacb , for sale by LEVI H GALEa t april I 93 Common t a fo I ER.EYS---0 hales Negro cltt-, 'uitableto . e " eo..tln, far sale by LEVI II GALE, april . ' 93 Ctmmun sa UND'--Misaissippi Fundst taken at ', Front Le L'vF a, for rrocaerie. ol ENI'--A. uliee atl, Ire ael lod Altmr, ncpied . l~y Messre. Kelly, hlrris & Co. Possession gi 4 Itls Iel ntile l.t Felrtaly--talpe ta, G VW PIIITI IAIl (& JO TAGEItTJR, at j26j " cr Poydran & lagazian at ileenfnIghts. ,ald will 'storks' hlb ltih 4 ell "Thu ving. " " . . . i q, E- Iolig, Aprit 6, Will be piesented the tragedy ofl OTIIELLO. OheIllo, Mr Forrest logo, J R Scott Roderigo, Browne Desdemona, Mrs Birrett Overture, by Orchestra To conclude with MY YOUNG WIFE AND OLD UMBRELLA. GreggoryOizle, Mr J S Browne A Augustus Tomkius, lI)e Bar ol Dinah, Mrs Plumncr NEW BOOKS. F LVIRA, or the Nabob's Wife; by Mrs Monkland, in 2 vols. E Jack Sheppard, No 1. by W H Ainswortlh; to be s cmnplete in 8 ports: with cuts. t Conversatious on Nature and Art: An interesting c and valuble volumewith numerous cuts. Just receiv ed bc ALEX TOWAR, si epril 2 49 Camp at c TO MIERCHIANTS. IPYMERCHANTS en haoe a BEAUTIrUL CIRCU- h Ln struck of atfourhou irs , NoTlosbycaling at the II Compting Room of TRUE AMERICAN Pntslnma; OrrFcer, St.Charles Exchange, altjosaing tLie RtAt- . ian Room at Corner of Gravier street, oar the IPrint ing Office, corner of Poydras and St. Charler streets. LAW BOOKS. DOTHER on Obligalions; Sltphenslon Pleading J liver on Conveyances; Poller on Executions Gowon Partnershipsn Ftoblanrque on Equity 1 Chancey's Marriage Rights; Gould's P'lending A new supply of the above, this day received, byv e april . ALEX TOWAI, 49 Camrpst OGWOOD-30 tons Campenacy Logwood, land Li ing from brig Asia, fr sale by h mar S&~JP WV HTNEY,Y 3Co mp c y WASHIIINGTON BALL ROO Dress & Masquerade Ball is St. Philip street, between Royal & BIourlon. S H EllE Maanpur of he tnbno neamed altI Rloom,ngrta ful to Ills friedrls and the public fur thile uporal, lled ptronlr uge bestowed on himo or several seasons, Srspeclfully iforns thelr that tle establisblment has I been eolarged for thie amusement of visitors, and un dergone immense repairs. The bar will be lurpassed - y none in quality of liqurs.and the Restaurmt ill beo ilpt by tle ablest Ilestourar eur ur tile Uciteo Slates. tl croomwill reopen on Saturday eventng, 3rd of Normsber next. by n GRAND DRESSJ. MASQUERADE BAI.I.. and will take llace s usual every Monday, Wedles day and Satlrday ovenlng, 'urinag the secsor,twhiclh will and on the lot of Mey, 1839. N. It. The greatet lttntionll will be pnid to keep. ing perfect order.throughout the establishment, as val I done last season. is oct24 EXCHANGE IREAI)DING ROOM.i. IUth troprictor has re-filled Ilis Rending Roao, in tile St. CLurlrs Exchaung, Corlner il iGrvior I and St. Charles street, In the neatest manner. Besides all the orincipal spapers of the United States, of every city and state. the Canrdasl'exa ansd Mexi Sco anlt Iavanra, tile rorn is regularly ull exlelnive-O - ly supplied with the latest European paperr, Lovd's Listn,ard Priee's Price Current. Also with eortly I all tll Literary Periodicals of tie day, land has ll re publicltions iof lit Lollndo, Edinruirg, WVesrnini crr Metrolplitan Leviews and Bluckwoods Magazine. Thel North Ameorican Review; the Soulhrn L.itet.urey, Knicklr ,1) bocker,The Amrericn Journal of Sciences anl Aria Cabinet Miscellany Democralti Review, Gentlemon's I a gamine, American monthly, lientlv's Miscellany, the Mexico Chirurgical Review, and a variety of others. ie All these works are regularly rsroocrioed nfor and recei red, Tie room is olan, er ppled with a nre vsirety of maps snd aliases, Nilesi Register, Ioevy'o Price Car. rn foirom its conlnler sent, oazatcers, and a variety ri-of works afreference. of The most active & intelligent news collrctors are em it ploved, to give tbs earliet arrivals, anld o l ainis nor perse will be spaored to render this Reading IoUlr the - first the United States. Suboeriptilons ar rerspectfully reccivcl. t cttll-If CARDS 91' PRINTED at the shlrtest Notice, in the most - elegant manner, in llnck or Cl,ored Inas, o.n Enamnel led, White Flake, m" I'Plain S rfaced CAnds, and Prices aery reasonablc a TIUE AMEIIICAN OF Ai FICE, earner of J ydrans and St. Charles ct. an Seeeral New and Beautiful FInts of Trl': hare pa just been adled to the setahlishmlet. l Orders received at Colpltiog Room, S.'t. I harles Gi Erehange, 3rd door froml Grater st.,or at the I'nhlting 1 t Ofice caraer of I'oydlr,,l & St. Charles streets. noel-/ 'f tItKEAT ATT"IRACTI N!!iN 43 Orleans Street, opposite the Theatre. de Ri[ II.L.R1 respectfilly illnfaoras tile public that di tie elerllbrted pr , tatue of CLEOPATRA, Queen ofl Eg'ypt, thosand visiaers,has arrived in this city, and is now being exllilbied for t shhrt time only, Irlllll I clock I't A M, ¶to 'ch.l'k, P M. U Anll'litallce, 50 cents; Season lickets, $1. tr ltt 8Al.lE-Twenty likely, acclinated cnegrseen t t men ind women, uin good "trrents for cash or good paper tlint caln he negotiaed. le Apply at 1`99 St. Joslpll srel. d' 'ndlreaser it al rue St Joseph. No. 197. Ia nI27t IfRRF I, \EA'IlK-kfS-h l shlll, Abl,urn ni eleganlt ssur Ip l nent of difltrent core idplus, receivendoad for ale, by (GitSIll' & Cu, Exchange hotel, j fe25 St Carlres at -ST EXAI BOAT BILLS. S O WNERS, AGENTS, or CAPTAINS of STEAM BOATm can have their Bills strrtk of, in one b or more Colored Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, with at despatch, and on favorable Terms, by leaving their P Onmt:Rst'TRUE AMERICAN OFFICE, corner of la Poydraa and St. Charles streets. B Nev29--f oI IIRE-A Girl tf frteena years of agrltad I at every lthing, partieularly for chillren. Apply at P mr22 No. 175 Ranlpurt s at lIIfOW GLASS-730 ,eas window glass of a v nvarious sizes and brands. raceiving per ship Or. Ieans and CIarles Josephs, and for sale by p m25 It CLANNON, I2 Camp at s i ) RiOhANS-tl oes Iat quality kip brogans, und. 1j ing from srll Snatr, for sale by ma25 I IIIlIDGE & Co, 134 Magazine at LoW il. /IO TTON -5 Talesa 1 Lawell aoatllts, mL landing from ship Columlbinaa, tir sale by m25 I BIlIIDG) E & Co, 134 M.gazine at B '(OTICI:-T , su ,s ribrr having bought 1at aurin Ithle Apotlheaeirv store owned formerly by Willsmt Evans-'I'rllalillhsnii s, allsitpneit tle Vrgalalae market of heI 2d 1i1 ic, lilplitv, al.)e e l)elnd st-bkegs leave t a inriorm phlvsie.unls nd the public in general, that lie has put this estsbliIhmenlt under the d.rection of an p able and iimost cumpelelt piilnlhelary, nll that the best ti medicines and t eieirculpireprirntus can b, e fnmldron-tt sln t tlv liere ni i icias prescriltious put iupearefll. i tully day and ighl. tI mnar " II. IIONNAREL. i-I 'I1'- In)JA-iS IlklVAtlt 'lThe nbove re ward will IBe paid by the subscriber, fir nuch in formation as will lel t ttlle diisveary of thle driver of t a dney numbered 1291 (suppsesd to he a false numlber) willo taul.d 2 canas antd I bale tldze A. hfin shit p Steiglitz. L, II GALl', ' EW Ir'UII.ICA I'ItNS--I''he wnen of Englind, p LItbeir social dilllies, mid donl eli,,: ltbits, by Mrse Ellis, author of tle Poetry of Life P)ietures of pri- d vate life, Pretension &c. in 2 vols. Jaik Adams, le mutineer, by Captain Chnlier, R. N. author oftle Lif a ofa sailor buy, lote, Braetr &c in 2vols. s The Buhbles ofCanada, by the anthlor of Saum Slick, the ,aekhntaker, &ce 4c, also No. 10 of Nincholas Niekleby. must receiv ad and fr sale by t 1i29 W McKEAN, ror of Camp & Commlon ats SOS'I'ON RUM--100 ,barrel.s ustn Rum, landing .lfratt ship Coluanbiana, aMl for talle ,y mait2 S & J I' WilITNEY,73 amp a DOME'STICS-30 Ilalea 4-.4 Middlesexr and Nortl. 134 Magazine at i- B ALLAST T t MI)BILE--.#ny nsAal woingi6u orL70 ttas ofconl as lallast t the ablov part, for lwhilch a fair freiglt will be given, apply t Box tffieer, t Chat lea. 3t ,,,29 IORN Mlil..SI-lOflalt r's cirnhiuad, corni shu 1 I" r " al g rindeaa slitable for plantation usa, i, starefar ,ala by CIIAMPLIN & COOP'ER, ' ,tlth 7I9& 82Julinat JOHN V. CHILDS, e ENGRAVER AN) COPIPEIR-PI.ATE PRINTER, , No. 3, Camp St. to /TILL engrave aa l print ta order, bak notes, bills SYa ofrexlltangel bills "f ladlitng , il , ren.a tile and visi:ing carls. notari I, consular .,,nd eanling hous stals, ,lair pltea: , silver ware, tc.-alwny no hland, an assortwentt of silver plated and brass dqur Sp; tes. P 8 Cards printed from plates already engraved. novM2 t AVANT eEGAIS.-45:0 tl d ise.ra, fr HZ saI e by ABIRAIHAM TRIER, apel I " 34 OGraver st a NAILS-150 kegs HBoatt Nails, for sale hy nspl 4 I BRIDGE &Co, 134 Magaaine at t llISK.i-I15011 blil Kctiied Whiskey, in store t f nr ale Iby (G. IeOSLEY, - apl 4 i4 New Lave ai' M I KELlY atill aiaette I iirny baeaae. S at th. old stand of Fowler & Klsly ,hbs own account. antd Ire 'will alwaylt keep on hand', a'n lot of d matrlhed iand single Isrs.a, a.Isoesaaa, seIe lUl0 &e, of the bpot quality, ftfr il, bihi,.ara ea'hange, t whicksbe ltWtio"a'u the pblic is partiaLtI al il II' . WM II KEILY,. "t IJ l8 Est~e 1 ill 4rnator et Viwsfthe Hiy M uiolo , in Idiing pe Behe,4t ill u Tpog yo lon0n m n n U o - l e ts itp s g ar, mse B &JP W NE. . Va p st SPLENDID LONDONN aQaOI With Superb eseta Eai'astsff SMILTON S Paradise Let, illastraed by John 19! Martin. Views of the Himalaya Mountihmn, in India. Scilec illustrated ropography of London. Miniature classic library, in53 vole. IRomance of natre-Flotra's Getsi Tihe book Of Royalty-Lee dames de Byron Andrew's lessoes in foaer painting. Byron idrllery-The Diaden by Miss Sheridan. Cyclopaedia olf popular songs Tie book of Tr'des or circle o1 useful arts. And a variety of splendid annotls, albums and works of art and literature. E JOHNS GCuo, m29 car St Charles and Common ats ` TATE OF Lt)llllANA-First Judicial Districit Court,the state of Louisiana, to ail whom these pseseets shall come, greeting: Wlhere-u--tattel C. Ogdae, ieorgo B. Ogden, sndoI Ed.vard Yorke, having purllased at asale nlde by the i. Syndic of tie creditours of Egerton c& Wibry, tle proplern ty hereinafter descrilbed,lhas applied to tile clerk of this court,for a monition or ad ertisement in conformity to tl an act of the Legirlataireof the state of Louisana, anti tied "An act for the funbier assurunce oftitles to pur I chsers at judicial sales" approved theim 10th day of 51 March, 1834. 1 Now, therefore, know ye, end all persons interested herein, are herely cited and admonished in the name of the state of Louisiana, and of the flret judicial district court, who can set any right, Litl or claus in and to the property herreinfter described, it conseqruence of any nfiormealit is the order, decree or judgment of the court tinder which the sale was tnade, or any irregularity or I illegality in the appriaiisnents and adclvertismentst ia time oramner of sale, or fir any ititer defect whsato ever to show cause wathi tlhirty days from Ihe tlay this Monition is lirt inserted in tie puI :ic ppersro why the sale so made should not be confirmed and hoomo loiated. t Io e said property was sld by the Syndic, nsoresaid on the 24th day of Joanuary, A. I. 1839, by virtue ofean .order oflthis court, remlered on the tenth tav nof Febru ary, A. O 1831, in tile alltter f Johne Egeton and James L. WdLtrey se their crleditoern tile creditors ,f Egerion asl Wibray--No. 1131$i of ie docket of this court, at which sale said Smntal C. Ogden, George It, Ogden, andl Edward Yorke became tile purehasers for the price hereinafter mentionredl. Decsipltion oof tile property as given ill the judicial eoaveyace. viz: Let no.. I.on tefround in folturrg Saslet in tile square bolcoced bly t .ilio,tIytclmmie. Calicp, aclp Ncyades streets, a par plan ldrawn Ity J Calhon, dated 4thll January, 111h31, acid deIonitvd in tile llico of Jose phl B. Marks. Esq. notary putlic far refe'.cea, munacrlng 29 feet 4 iaches front on l'rotcani street,l by Ii ftrl ill Sdejatlb, said frt ci Clio street. l'u Sauicel C. Ogden, George B. Ogdic, und Edward 1Yorke,r $3,710. I Lot no. 2, in tie .ane u sqare, ieajuring LoJ feet front on 1'lrtaee srlet,l by 12r 1 feet deep, adjoiint g ao. I t lr s iue c parcltiear. $3,11UO0 I.dt nol.: 3 inIhe. slllie rfqcare .djiohii g no. , Ilnving SthiI salllu frcnit nlldl depith, to tile snm purcllaors $:3,00o. .ot no. 4, in the amsquarne adjoining no. 3, and Shavring the same front anld detilh, to tile name pllr clhnsnrs, $3051,), I.c l n.c , ill tile m-ll.e qltare IcIjcilnici III. 4 .onll having ahe racne froni aunl ielltht, to tile rae, par c Tl.. in. Ii, in the tame i bltr aniaice nI , i. 5 nd h lavincg lhe anic irollt aid dprtll, ao thie liea pai. chers, $3,400. , Lot u. 7, in the iacme qantce alj.ining no.ti, and i- Iaving tih same filot aud dlpth, to the some pur timleers, $:i:51l. Lat iln. O, in the saeie qciu re sldjoini g no,. 7, and y laving tile aSille froet auad dptllh, to the lamec pler clhaser .,!010. ILot no. 9, inl tle loame eqiare adljoining o 8, and Iriavlig tl icaclie front aid deptlll th tile same lir lchrere, $:3,90i. t nt1.I.O , ill tile rcllc e uilcrre sljoiannig no. I, ant Shtveing ihe nanle trollt nii depthc, to the cione plr lshasers, $1,310. eL. Itifi.t11, ilnihe 'lanie square adjuining no. 11),i cc-. r- chiecrr, $5,3t18 y Ih'leeleh n lota al e uroldWl illi the nxllulive lrivi Isle ci on i lley il ht et wihle in tie retlr ii it i n lai iIown i Ilce dllhin rel lrrd to. 'i|erimi --e... l oihi cc shi e oii t liicacti, iccilaci e at 6, Id, 18 a and 4 mionticu credit, fccr n cprcved eldcrceaaicotes wilh Uloirigige uIitill filll IIaiIIy nt. In aileic'i whPeri.f, li hlloe! Ihereunlo e ily 1 I..5. I blll h l nd affixedl the Prul of naid court, t h tiltih day of Staruli, A. It. 1239. .tll 3t in 30 d J.OIIlN L. L.EWIS, '''FIAT DE L4 LOUISIANE-Cour du prem. cn   ier district judiciaire. L'etat de la Louisiane, a tons ceux que ces prooentes concernont, solut : Altteondu que Somunli C. Ogdon. George It. Ogden, and Edinard Yorke nyantachceti n ine vents faite w, par le Syndic des crdanciers do Egerton &. Wibray. t la propriotc ci.apr.t; decrito, so seont adreo6s au 11 Greflu de cotto cour, pour no avis conformnlntini di a un acte do In Legislature do I'ctal de la Inouisiane, a intituld "'Acts pour contirimer loa titres des ac. go quoreure aux vontes judiciairo;" tapprouv6 Io 10 in Mars 183.1. (u'il suit connu, et toutea personneson intdresies sent ipar oes presentom soundsn au nom n II doe 'etat do ti Louisiana et do la cour du premier district judiciare, que pourraient avoir droith la ,it propriei.c ci.opros decrite, en consequence d'un d6. re laut do forme dans I'ordre, lo decrt t ou to jugoment ie lacour, on vorlu durtl sla vents a 6itei ltto, o - de touto irregularit6 cu illdgulitit dous I'cutimation, C I'avis ou le temps tt le mode de In vento, on poor une antre cause quieollonqe, do faire voir, dans i trento jour a dater do ia publication de cultt avis, ,, pourquui In vents ainsi tliito no seratt pas colfirtine a'' et thoutlogudto. I .a dite propridtd fit vendue par lo Syndic susdit L le 24ne jour tid .Innvier, de I'anrde 1839, oni vortu d'un ddccit do cette Cour, rendu to dlximuto jour do Fevrier de l'anni o 1838, dann I'atlaire do John Egerton and James L. \Vibray vs. leur crcanciers Ct le ecrcanciers do Egerton and Wibray-No. 14396 du docket de cotto ('our, a laquello vento lea di a Samuel C. Ogden, George II. Ogden, and A Edward Yorke so snot rondus atquireurs pour in prix do ci.apres mentionnd. Description do la propriettc d'uprde to transfer judiciaire, savoir : No. 1. Un lot do terro situde au leto faubourg D Saulet, sur la place bornd par les rusoom Cho, Pry. Iand,, Calliopo, et Nayados, sur un plan fait par sa J Calhoun, dati 24 Janvier, 1839, tit dtpos6 on bureau do Joseph Bellark, Esq. notairo public, mii. A surant 29 pieds 4 pouces do face dans Ia rue do Prytande aur 120 piods do profondcur ot de face our Ia rue de Clio, adjud ad S.nmel C. Ogden, George B. Ogden, and Edward Yorke, pour sle prix de $3,700I No. 2. Un lit do terre situne dane la nm tna place, mesurant 29 pieds dane la rue de Prytande re sur 120 de profondeur, et a cotl do no. 1, au b f mtmesacqudreurs, $3,000 p No. 3. Un lot de lerre situ6e dan la mdme p place, a cold de no. 2, et ayant ltoe mo esa proper- i lions, aux dit acqudrears, $3,000 No. 4. Un lot de terre situeo dans la meme ia place, a cot do no. 3, et ayant lea m6mes propor- of tlions, aux dit acquduuraou, $3,050 ' No. 5. Uu lot do terro ituade dans la memo y p!a.e, a cot6 d no. 4, et ayant lea ninmoe propor- k lions, aux dit acqudrenrs, 63,150 N. 6. Un lot do terre situde done la nemno place, a cold do no. 5, et ayant les inenmes p oportions, - aux dit acquircura, $3,400 L No. 7. in lot do ferre situln dana la macoe n place, a cold do no. 6, et ayant leo ances p opor. it ions, ana memos acqudreurs, $3,350 No. 8. Un lot do tore iltude dane la meme plnes, a cotd de no. 7, et ayant les moeins propor- r lions, aux dit acqudreurs, $3,900 No. 9. Un lot do to re situde dane la momn place, a cold do no. 8, et ayaat loo memea propor t1 ione, aux dit acqu6deurs, $3,900 n r) No. 10. Un lot do terre aitude danu la mnme 1 place, a cold do no. 9, et ayant lea meome propOr. tions, aux dit acq dreurs, $4,300 t No. 11. Utn lot do terre situdo dana la meme t, place, a cot6dono. 10 imeiurant 29 piedas'quatro " poucosdans la rue do Prytannd par 120 do profon deur et do face sur la rue Calliope, at: dit acqu6. reurs, $5,300 in Le e one lots ont vcndus avec o privilege cxclu. cif d'une aldea eyant 15 pieda do largour nur ino er k, ribre' salon le plan ci-meantionitd. ti Conditions-8,41800 sur chaquo lot, argent comp. tlnt, et Ic batl.nen 6 , 12, 18, ot 24 Ir.ois, n cre. dit pour lea billetos endosia et approuv6s avec hypo. thbquo jusque ie dernier paiment. eg 4 . Eu tomoin do quoi, Jo I'ai sign6, et J'y at. apipos)6 le nea du dit Cour, co jour I a 5 Mars, A. D. 1839. Sml2 lt in 30d JOHN L LEWIS or i1OAL-2 tons a hest Engoiao coal, well guiled J fur steIa beot uae, on boardbaoqque Ationa, from Now Castle, Iir sale by HI)LMtiO8 & MILLS I jal _Ralnk Place S TNEKIUOONlS-Busk &AllTaY ir rejoireeined r 1 a ptlertlId assorl eoat of tite Fancy Gaosi , wsailt. . Ito fir Parsnos'rs, comptlrising adies' nrting dessli, 1 dressing cases, work boxes, mousical boxeas, prtf.ilieo, " ieelle loaks uol earl, stoel ull ivory, card cases nid i e souvecnirs itiakil wilt pearl and gold; pocket iiiiok,pr. sose opera glasiea, gold andl asivr Iwncils, pui fitery' [ olnl kind. oa tiler. jc, 0at Tl11E oAZeAAI. wo9 oor Sit Charle & Cololllon st., Enxiange dR, A I''O 11. ..AD IES. - A TKINSON'3 I)EPILI.A'rIIItY, Iur removinng sa: liIe. perfluous hair fon to the fae, neck and arms, with on a ual safely and certtini, leavnilg tnh skin liner and oa whiter then el'ore the appliiation. A fresh sapply ot just receivend at GUION'S, r NO 1 Exchange Ilolel, cornen l !Ctarlsa and Connemor sire dI. io fi W IN--l5) boxes Claret ald Saulerno Wine, in store and for sale. by 1)-ALl R(OPE-150 cull- Bale Ilope, o.auoperia et J) qulily, for sale by r- I2 ISAAC Ilti DGE & Co, 134 ltega,.ine ci COiON-700tlbushels corn., to store, for nte hyb ore YJ CHAII'LIN & CO'rl'ER, nt15 - 79 & 82Juliets sec S, Engir, and reory' doutlo paunt ate-Il. ine' fto wn salebv. , I)AVII) FEI.T & Co. I o a. m25 N Y stationers lital'l4 Chartrep at to.F RAYS & CALTS-S.Pbiiodotphij don, 4 11u . J. canrl, 4 lipr onx whel.tO,.lO Iricks, 18 'dir aund Swood arrows, in ae,,, for salei by " . ' et m16 CIIAMP'LIN & COOPED 7J k82 ..t ) 8tN-)li.iIrit romin Janding from ship Ctbrle. IB menrit and l e hmn me by Sly the SHALL. o & Ih IntthWN an.e, liml po s Surely riAngs on bthappearand undle, whhih c" h " noa many o reil at u vrd, 134d Mamainest BALDNESS. IA BsEAUTIFUL head o hair in the gratnatem n .al Amet belnnging t| thle umnn ahme. loresameen j ly the nloss ol it hange n the eouantnan e, and prmsh I hrely erkingt o nn th e laponrnaen nold oage hill.h r. vn to shnlla taciet toe anirl eian ests and enatldr of altheir Cnouaitataae: thie remniner af their taelives non i rnetely speant In remtiement. In alhiert, not aien tlhe loi tf paroeretye tes the ogeneros thinking teeth wials e that neno sinkinrg glNume at doea the la to bin.thair. T. aeyt all thease untlennat etiy mthatebn,Olatrdla SBoalhn at Colalmbin opba the hair omn llii. orte an tie ftvvrtnpplistina aned stew holattle rel.tires atagsin. It t olike'ne prodnes .ev loaws and shiahers; lrevents the natr trom turning gay, makealt enrl heantifully, sad Theea it trom aaurn. NImerea ererlifihatenhal the lret I rtpctaMethiy in eapprt tMnsler in tales or Olhrtlas I O N P lNGIn alon 1y the pretrle ree.. S|Froead the Maolloawi , Robhert Whamrton, Eq. late Myor of y f ilade.ph aesss eortifin' an tny be seen elow, to Iaalngh chari ter of tlte tilloiniggCentlemen. whose e ntbaigt nedl ao hereby ve e rtif ethat asha he srd the wi.l whreo f nlh I hadicvered J.o Oll rids. sand have ag lnasa it h cighlyseairveetteanotnly aaspreeaentia linl the lligsed bh hsir, of thet alr o ernfliled thor [ WI. A RO'IIATCIIEIISeTONMayor O MeltV tlait eahinit oe of th Genrine oilmhses NaNo li Nlrth FiLth at. lid iliN P INilrI, o which is renamel.. thI' N I) 'IIIiHOAS. r 1), I63 Race ' S.JOHN reail lEY thel Spnlenfpr a r tlUGI4 AllCUtItLI'.243aoutlt2d t.. ri. o HN2 leAetrelJ,123 MaiLech atre lt it ka d that ILrca oT tanllarc allr aiv igrn are'mors titan ten 51yar ofage, salh tihe tlAVers not les AN tREW30. m9 Whole sale MAgents, New O. CaaCoamowealttt afPentavlaanin, u itCity taf Pilmleltall. i, Rohtb l Vhnhiatn. Mayor no aliid city of lahilada. d ptin, do heeby certifyethat an aeliwell acqaiaeiltdwith i1t1l raFaea J P Inglia, John a FuPte, and Itaugl MaCrnly. a whone aname are signed Icn the iane certificaaetblatthey arecGentlemen oaaatehameenr anml pecautvbaailtiy,and eti ilaa'ilateaawhereoaal hatelareutntasert my hasal andl maanedl the neal ofalae cite atthe .ltsed, tlhi 4a. fta tiny olf)nvealaev, 4c. t lI.. S.7 ROIIEII'' WIVIARlON.Maye. Itiathat eah battle nithe clavaine Balm has n, a nplenldid angraveeea ra'alaela onv wat ch in eeprealaese r" sole .Ilcslaia andl retail ytheilr sole aentattyr Am. a ricn. a2 Fleteltcer ntree, natri Manietln Lane, ense doa at tR1 a -Pearl ctveeaaad by otanl drtaggiatoand pterfatamur a ' ough I:n coanary. ti JAIRVIS & ANIDREWS, id ma Whnlenale Ageats, New Orleana. N OtRRIS & Co. No. 38 Chartras streetsre now L receiving and opening the nlost splendid, su stontial and fashionnable stock of Clothingll they have ever exhibitedl in this marnket, consisting ir part of the foliowing articles: blueo, ble black, jer black, london brown, citron, olive, london amokl and golden olive frock and dreass coats; beaver, stable and harrington frock conts, eleganlly firnish ed; fancy and plain black cassimere and cloth pantaloons: engllish and french fancy and plain silk and satin vests; real new market comforts; englislh and french liancy and plain scarfs and hldkfs; clatlnots, silks.web and gulonelastic aia pendere; chmlnois, Inerino, Inmb's wool, welsh Ilans. nel, silk nand ctton net sherts and drawers; fine linin and cotton shlirt, with linin bosoms, plain atd rfltled; ivory pearl atd plain hlandle silk um. brellas ; "t Grafrl premniunt GClIovo--llo. a beoutiful articlo of while kid, for weddins, bhalls, &c.; Sprittlefield silk atd randana hdkIs; plain, fiuured ind enmbridered Canlmbric do.; silk, lambs wools, marino, gerntnniwn, nld birown and white colton Ilalf hose; nil of lwhich lthPy offer low for cashl,or to puttual custoimer s uo ull. Nov. I W A(NIN:I RS I.QUIJI) Ol)INTIrCA.--Hs been Ilng ansed. bItti helre and in the norlb with unihrm seucess, for leansing and whitening tlhe to th and prevnt ting the oolhachler; preserving tle gtums, puriloitl tilb brablh, nad relivring mose discseas to wnhich lhe titttth is hable in either Ilei alult or inl-aoll -llle tea r.polnlnlul, tlied ins wine glasslul of pure walter, and a, alilihed Io the aeeth in nsual mioanna wmht a Ilr.bh, willelfeeunally prne etit seCIIny, aiid waard oil lihatl reeaulitinlg plin, . Ill lo it h nche. 'Preinrced illy y T1. 1'. WVanger, Surgeon Den. list i. J] ,lcirson C-llloe, and elidll whIIroale and retail by CAIILI: I'ttN & C,. 31 Cannal r. Ih nl, IInrllla hilr l'anerer's fOdentica AI)DLlR Y W'ARtl.-- ite sulseriber emaenni. loclUrarls dlidwholelsile dealers in saddlery goods, are ina tecEriviIU Iy lyte arrlalas from the lor:h, ill addih n I It heir Irtlner stuck, han elten save asseellllnetlll i rticls in ibeir line, aImong whic t are Iihe lIliiwhfI., iz: laadies and misses Ilahi citd quilted saddleas, tie tllll lielmi' dII Splanisli do do do D1exicln do do do Croulo do 0 do dii Anter. 'do d, do lIlglibsh do Youtlh's do Spnish do u . do do Creile do Amer. and 1.uu. Irlles asd bridle imountinlig, do d iitigu i hs, Plated, brass, Sld julpllnntd ntcoachI harnessI , do do dth ;,g and suikeodo , do do do l;truuLhe do Droy, cart and wagnn do Sladdle bags, double aidlnigle; valicas; neid al saddle bags., Iruasels carpet bags; best iron frame leather folio sruikb, brts nailed; leatlar boot top do, assorted sizes alid vnorous styles; hulstlesand Itetol belts; coach, gig, sulkey, twig ald planters crop winip; wool. worsted, cotIoP and leather girlas tnd eauringles; stilrrup leathers; trntink straps and worated rein web; chain anti haook hmates; blied brsdls and lines; Snotch collars, and horse and mule collare,:l all qualitieisl mq-. roeco, buck,bear.sheep aid buffalo skins; plated brass and steel bridle bits of entry descrlplion, plated, brass and steel spuse of every deaeription; plastedJ, bras aid steel lirrUops of every dscripjs lion1 'Toegetler wilth a coitplete asaortment ofevery articlein their lineof basineo--all of which they oiler for sale on accomamodating terms. They will also continue to receive through the year, by pakeot fron New York, Irenb suppliesta keep thteir stalock mple and conmplere. KOUNS, DAVIDSON ; en, 1 I5 Canal lt. NEW MEIJININle., Dr. G. R. l'kely's Compounia 2'OMA TO PILLSe (Eltlirely Vegetalie.l A new and iniiealdblne Afedicine for nll Diseseei, o.L a substiulJt r aloa, as a ctrtic in Fesre, aad nit llilliul· A~i'etionr." 1 INe:F pollstr lIillt toleig aoturlellllioii e newly. i LerreaoidlAtsli olntatnaea, extrsetd frntatthe bl'ulawa FhaEl; il a tier A elnognbld rulAtal:nti ailich hane keet t.eaU. ma .oadity &diffuse itl srNtr a, se ttilnvod to irthe beotAtta -ative aii1t Cathartic Mrd~illha vor dicrnoered. They kist snioernal atipraltioll iir Ocronilln, tlallpnia,- Jaudiae, Bile li rdireaa, tral, oirnerli l Jaaaihiu, Teail. onls, lstle.o. Ciliulh, n'elvllll di~aalS~r .leill ·llunlLhII1 (ilaadular Irlrl r Ji. Rl, lraful tate bllioua li.d tiar taebaiole F.vr G orio.oIIi Cat tsttritee dset s;. pe nea iTheortaanioti iala sut ticrntte atiitrenrE saiL A rt Je. e. i etlio n Otis I arvd In tIlso a i eiautl nill toa rs ul -,nrisli esnftiee, nltdt he talnl l E itUarties that atll Il u wed ifo ntouleetlitale. LCalllle will nlilt Ilrutl i infotllbtue rmahd Soth Ilio eeurvy: uinll Tralelera telhbalt i nedici hoy hein lne to ioulllrael r ihe lualtcrs of eclucuroe ill 'ulhss#tlty ci, niatm. Furorlortiry Fanlus ly bhyic, tllnyo auuarersltymp: -trored il rhs bo.tevoer iLtred. . 'rthe puliart virlqt oa tli 'linat, Plat, t a, for a toang ti atra ted tile aielllelltn nei medincl proeastao sad h. paii, asud ereat iitthaarrlu. bsil irecin to I d es fluewda avluo'tme a r ils is lediUn llia iuatlittas. wIteL tlea Ih raturietrs is h bapytii baiullg iom n rthiteta adsiife..n, prrsetlis lups pt the publii:, withe tllo til cOilittenuee of thleitr belug thm ;aa ait¥. id VnLCeaI.E E-aMnIneI nR UIaCOesnTDa NItIaseaLpU cerlonteau, clurel, fcreei itimot c okhve oaktnphbea, sald ir ,tleiwaaoy ofsreeruludic.uinmt who havs prtLcriresnsedlalam .enoaur ao eoaornio this sltisLhu. Ths ealjidy mneahslel iawald bi, od the etlnessat.. aulien~batina kesioned epsi uthewseasl addituatl e iedeuafa tti... tisu anl a.. I a, pr.s.'tti'l th.i. if. in. t.e ra..i.. the propria.er wa,. 0 inUtasend by tle hpie ithau aodiiln pletrnd tlth maLw ,ale, aSld wtitsamtrmnnsrgeitl- I he Cbmitltnl sled ai'l'.pa..' to i proparties t.to taoveras itraditiecti shsutld aLbikthe p ate ofI taba iaclmialles mardicium.a oa the day, with which mi. eaanary uas.oaod u-.mu Ro thus favor already blesnowedil a. it y pbhysiiiaas sad otkres tie frets juati~ed ieo epectong i. I'no si nfullarotalm f hia iletrosling dJisaoemly, tatira mi id alteido of slirtaliloi &se.e Ilantlubinwhiel eay be had. gral'"irofFIl whe.·ll I~aepill& Nony are llahtilho el gne aiglmlte oU q. I ml..IIELi% . My . D, waloproprretor, Ilrtthnrd, 12o . ' + FOc SALE .BY k A Fnttniuto, euanra , Aguum, Ons IlEaclinng Pleae.psoe ihePeatOfice, Alsot by A A Pseonbhne No mat Rcn -Imoemi i . akere& Con No nt New Lase. , ly Dr. A Mnrhallb Cornerme biJaana abd Tt'hspitomeulamn i1s laRom. Lanfyett(City. UN Mrfcin, Na II, Catat street G Jones, eoraer Timctti onil 'lita~'a- i Ik. 0" Those that wi ash to as Ageat addr ".g .L ' a U allb.Aliatraotrdpemt;~l D BihaGLISbL NI James, reci'lay areiveil in abia reiy, hogs . e.ns ,i . i"ni the ei'iaentt of New Dilsans a.1eltbd-will open an acadenltyon Miondny, 14, Jinuaaar; sti I, 19 .'oitlnune slrlel, fur- tile inobmellmiah 0f youth of both asees, ia Freneh. nail Ifnglislie in whict, he k iJ.he ably nauisted by Mr. Jul..ee and Mrt. '.leth.hir,'.iii spt(ak hiilth thee:leni!na aeal witll treat lliueitey aild pillily, ni mllit IIi Wil id.e elmarka u it thed'tPpartlti n( o' mti. yiihlag laities.. * Mr. J;nlut'es lill giateou hattile ttli'rl.iitle ihi the "virilln rtbtunollhae ,if nul.lil~l, ai 8.iiitas Uiitt'lcf Iliat Ilt'.sill LtLe eillmtre wu(luaaeciilm le those whio itlUsy hout biI Wjlt ailh tiiiaur.tidhcae. mica I

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