Newspaper of True American, April 12, 1839, Page 2

April 12, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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"W' ~OMMERCIALI i La l ADrale.. blaqml.cuc~tAp...v.. .. S 1LVcu. A ped. 4 ReV'w V.AdIii .3c:iA1i Milrtliitlu o ý....·...... l~~is o..... ::::o.. .5 18 io .......... . Ww . al, Mo ........4 I.. ,dem, Ai ne.......... 4 K 11 d ..~.....,.... 0 Havre ..............28 4^. N.#W ORLEANS. CLEARANLCES. April 11, 1142. eff for Havana, R H h rohin. e. c ý1uer, aeur New York. RSGO & co * mrRAi11 nest 1.r Phlmiadlphi.. J 0D Oerrm. It c '*. beiala ai fu P16icJeiphici. J II Aeidlceldp s Jna \Mtr, forIlatimu e, Milnllr Ubgkro.ieei..Aide,, ..r Hi...c. J H Ashhifg dik 7em?. Averydc~t iier Biaimore, " Al Ahb!'cgc ARRIVALS. * ~ ~ pr Api1 1. 183.1 Tow hAis l:cdHsic. ci.. fc, 1II, Turn, w iih chip Empp vime Mci mi., C..i.cm. rtci.cc.l..oe mCh. cc k1e Torn. tip~ m Empoei.. Poem.. 1 dley. re.. New York, to the dtkem ship Nlew Ycrk, Wrllgh, 44 houri from Galvstole, to Bog,.rn Huwghnrln. SkbL' C.okl. 1,:4elml-eec Slebile It thb cclter. Kleem tVmpc. D l.i,el. 15.1. N.,i.,Itiucuh+. Iu.inc Iuda. Lockh..t, fecc..Qucicy. 8tner',peccc Ge.#ee from Neccliche.. ltailctcr Albammin, Ileedlee. IFe Cur. c P.1c. .ienmmr Pce llrice, Mlain. FlSm Sa.tiecillc. 16etcier Lecaot. Icce,ll, from Bayou c1 t 1.c . .Ln..,. I.cci v iia. Let... tec 4toC. 6J...r .4.., Rache,, froet 11 lI.ritin..illm. EXiOflfS. VANA ..PSe 1,hiic Msetn ..Curcg,l1501bt1.cer 531 ccy NEW VONE. ,hip N?..e. e-Cm. 113733 pig. toad, 100 49,1Hunr. 4 d.,. elickey, F6i ots ibclc.ee. 37 r I~ul ,nose. 1 llr cider, 76 lids bees,, PP6 hides, 3i2 I,.le. skins,,Iilm..imeG ch.cpoigce. , .'IILAI)EIA11ý14 l'C.ea I Sc ,ri: Sw..CIree,.3I19 eh d 140 hI. .b1R. Q6 Iid- tc.lWecc,0 1161 pIe. d.11h Iens *o*.75 bid~s 8 his Rn-l :1 hail do w vne, 022 o11 71.4 1,10-c Si.: . p ck a g', a rrI.ca ici ..............P.", b 11 Oeco..-Cb. .Ceuo. 1242 hI. Unac 4532 Iida. "tcasks b c, h114pigs lead, iot empty DARCI U*4A P.,,r I-ig Atcexnder..-Ccrgo leB.'ee cotton. `6" tlips r sares 1lATIe OPi ll c1 Jc110.9*. III ld.. 417 h.1, 140 BuirLbN..· Il~n. ..m.C , I bin c c i do 9 ............. ..1-Or rrhr Onnvoy.. Cargo, 117 his pork, lase Rl lpMI.Ar hr u a.iu.Cxra e 876 W. molasses, 09 ,.r do. dIMPOIRS TS NEW K YORK.. Perl.hipEmporiul...Cnana, 450 hai hay, Iy :.xlIdo awooI anad IrcoIodiai. a, J Vairn & co S.ICollie. WVhilna S alrk. J ( , Wag.la.r Co, i a N Ia(th~aamhlael.ain, V DSaavid. Isrosas D& lhbEnh, a aI ll are'soa. A Giraatt &ao. I' . J perLlon. I R Alaah I eJ,'urar & Woadrllf, Yuf. man" JLaan.disa a..e. Saetaan A very.Coila c ao. al J P VWhitny, G Iaaknaa & o, O a[p Ity & coa. G haslhaa..aluhr :lit. "J Ca t. A Follnaela & co. aJ Z0ackaria & o, J a ail-y aInd aalaer. NOI11E.K .Pr rhr a .ani.. ad~a llaCaa . Io maater. *LAI.VEA'ION..Pr ahip New Yaurk.. iNo rl agu. IIECIIP'rS Oh IPRODUCEI Natchitoehea..Phrsa f..mar V.lncipwdo..C rgao, 17 ha'oa nat toa. A A,aIue & coa, lu d'. Kialaam.o AI)ernaaIh . Ia..to. a 5 do. tllith & Vollm..,aa 6la,, Yor.ke Itlll.ar., 1a do, I.Isa 'l.rpenta r Ifldoia. ' Iivurd, ' o, a :. 27 Io, J a 'Ihuc:iae at.0 J. day Prop, tl,Jua.na . co ,2 do, ila r.x ArlI. e1Ai t , OII, d J Mol,.yer & ei, Ii Duuxes Ierchrmdi..e, to [I.:Milni. tdleYl4ll, CO tO petia.k 1,0lt1i00.SI ....rf h.,l"a. I b.II hbaa, i bx do, alull 4" laia. a palks .hia...5 lrh f . '.ra,a I. l.ihhios. nll.Ctlailh ..PI.r .t.U... r a'll.u. e. Cargt. 35 hulCs Lotlta, L a',nhuth a Irii' Ida aai l, 4 do, A I aloUX a 'u. lkUl,..lPr adl.Ihlller (.ly.d..l. "aaro, 4 3:1 socks 0n, 0.W. ]Pellll+. 454 io, J~mapk l.odlud.. 4r ce, 79 his lpork, :Fl do, and 573 ku~s lard _. hl-d- blea eln, 28f.+i.,.ork. N 4" J li,4k, 29 bool wie,. P..i-.ia. 1 iiae.a collto,a ", 3 iV lwil nl A co, 4 llu, lol IlinI, ll.'hq lhlaaolt.. 8.I.o, A St.ara n sa Co.. F.b Ita. I'er ala llllr Aillnlaaial...Cra , 41 hitla. cot I.a. A Maao.a 4", 0.7ii do, A L.iedx k& o d. 7 5doAI St Chulr O dlu., e+lrlwa, (t , o. 1 d1.,. Dolliaot. A onl!io. i, d.o, Calrmll a Stlaba... l do, lanh 4 do, J .. Arml.trua, 14i do, auyras Arit, inl cu, 5.dn Wootley O- ,.ltolota-+,, 40,,,. S Locke & ea aial,,r, .r Ila a.lla.L,, r,,.nl i '.1. ,k la.tleera. alda.a a9 SL alaIa 1a .:l, k. doer alakI.a., alh., I ra.a 1 liatkad ..akiala. 17. ea.lhida+a. E'l'la.l1 5hlilecta.a,,O51 packd.adeer alld stlea skiu.,IId r gt,·l oltl. Mlaraoavdilu.. I°.,r at:,ma Pl.ailirr..Carao ^i Illalel cialaa J I 'louchie a" oa. c,7.i. I 7 arlalae & blalo, ia do, l'aln. lI.llocq & lIt-llslI, 7 Ii.s iaI.ar, a lealla . 'Nalarlia V4IatllA.2 Il.aalalea Ila. u J F ler, Ii.. ,5;ilr..iUagr RlllAdw 4f CUd , 050. laorls. (ialr. 55', 1 h ai a lo ardlr.i RByaa Sara..l'era troa, elr I,avl..C..,ro. 181 haat coatlan, A llllu , ( . I.o7a . iI ulhalaia,,liall.Cq P L)teaa,., dl d ao, Ill M e.,40l d.,.'l'ay.'or Gardlner , co, 13 ldo, laurks., %Vlt Ma".,' ala,'Il.,aiar~aaIa1da.t'ia'ayaa. ,4.1..lay..alda ylllarla aI. I ,oa A lii.ll. a I ra ia,. a, o. J Ia auutila c 4 llt t 8do, l..inlaaa h a a T.hmnIia , 5V,,,la Ii.udUaaay. 5 Aa , i I I& ll'rllluuel, I do, S W Oakley, l do,, Pry loill, Alcill.l" & co; Ido. CldaoaI & Il'.ise)..... l ,o'.a.aa A Rvliarda & ra, :de 4.allO 24 lXe walO, UWuar UII nIU ,rd, 4 huags cutoi a edJo St a,,n*i..Per atenm.r .oui.ville..Cnru. 406,2 sakli corn, I Ill' rowal,4,6 i ipalead, I ...sk hlam.ae,a. aanaa. FOU piDsa lad., Godlfreay, l.a.uria &tnall; i ld .lid b2 ls Iaaoll, 2 hit lard. I waagn.48 R Ill'Iois. t gaarti.lv:ille-Psaai.aaear Ajl... CarFo. 116 bnlelraotlnn 44 hIldsaagsa. 327 hidlaa. '.eIullill, i1llocq Uegule'l; 13 hal.l RlitilPdaltrSlllt d.,IL1la!c; Id Ibleta do, Illd 42 hdt . sugr, A HJll I lain; Iel. Lani, 'I.ill wlt Y" ,Ti'+l l0hd& fDlils.ua^ balea Ilid.es, II Ca. .ii 4 hIls sIaga, C Dalll,.e, suadri.a, to owue oa hoa.,ld. PASSENGERS Galaston..Per shlip Naew York-E loliel A Lady. J1 II a al& Lady. Mrs Mliller & Saoh. Slr. lalll.a, G Auatan. W G Daaania. E Ujha, Joaalh Via,.a Cap i'udl. C Vaaaaa, C I. Owal, a Inlal. K aIDIrh;m p al.a P ong. A P Luahran, It 1' Branah, T ILt Howlalr, i.OSibboy, Doc' H Cl.hrsn, lo J N llMcDowell, J W ClilRtn, J (i Wilki., E (ireeraa, J Kila, J Slubhleeld. J lt lrk, J C.rus. & un. Ta (ia. loll. J S llagndn Z Joraiar, K May).s, M K ll.pi. 1) S Umpllroa., II J Fais. SI. Balay, 3J I iubsral,E W llrevareta , II 3 Johlstou, W S Ilaitun. IN.ilt,'llahaaP..Per seaamer Velniipede..laone, Dc't. Nor aaaadn. aIdy, aa;and ra..t. MIa.sa4a Coarplere. JB Clutir, .N l'rudbum ul . J II Carr, N (arcla. aI. lrlltUll, Robkiinoa & suu, C Jodea, A lauesr. I.gan, H'lllloth. Quillcy..Per aalner a alyde.. lleasas Hannell. Slaughler. IMi' Ollaa.r, Vlaw. BlWaill, aPoiaiu, Copea, Dayor, Bsoaes, (laotia and Middld'l.a Natehitloeea.. Per e r llama . . aLewisaTua, A tani, N B Wslltiald, J C Kneelall I, It ' Whitfield. Louliville..Perteamar Loatisvlll...C C Peck & Lady slIaasG a ingletll. Joallkla. WI H Caalllll'haam. Chllrd I M llsnry. It (Clarles.J t1 Peltoll P P losrll. J M aecton, tO PrIhlla.rd, N H Dida,lgo lllair, v W Risher, Frealunt, CH .haw. at Earillaaillea-Posotamaaa Ajaa..5 U Pilalel aad Lady; Doctor Rllver.; Theodlllo Doulrive. D Ro~lard; . B,.llsglOll XH aosarJJ Illurdilh,; (lolusll,; H Crawford; H Carlin, U arlillue IG0oin; B E"liott; J Temllelo; J V Stanley unit IDesrOel, Cora Fablra-Per stenmer Alahatian.. I Day & Lidy, n nd aerat allllJud.athrry & aoli. Mrasa Parlllaln A D 'Peck. aFr rl, W l tllarta., AaleIll A. I) tad :tim IlI (aoiao; i b'II liat,. Powell a ha.ther; slrqlel; S A Kiti,), Jas Puweli; IRay O aGunact. Caldaell, JA. Uarig.a. Wi, W .... W Js, Cal Bao. tied. Martirovillo..Per rbasnerFuilir..t'apl Doo'y ad Lady, MlaIurua Brerrk; Brlawl Klnight; lowell; AIIeI, Ltlby; Philipa Dremlad, Gmltlll., Cawlas. 01E0URANDA The leam packela Columba a.rllvaa at Galveston lontla s tih fast. laenm-r La o itvillalelat .51 Laoias a ltih itha Iaa. Mel teai [ter lodialerralseal near the mouth efOhiao. L D [ ONrrea , e ofr t TrueMN AerKTc. j LONDON 31ONEY MARKT.. a a, ; a, Feb. 2I. AMU,. in the k;Ilg'Ts sock malirket culloo.. to present   ee... 6atator9 .Ipaf.a..ay but nn . (0,10 risa hals taka plce R lly annuls fur money are 9.1 t.,1 ad 114 the ac- a921anat 92,i Excheaqur Hill. 02}1 1 641. Ba.ak tock to 21 3 l..a. adnd j.di.aaock 10l953 to a33. Foreign iploaala, alaa P ,present a vry bayaol ap11. raaaaa . parti. ularly P3rluaaaa.. which hbaa adaadrra a furtaher advanc of oaLa.a . lb. qao aetionaoaao.eaa prtty tauch the .n;0.a. Coa.uabia. 24 to a291. 991 aaa 29199w. Peruaviana 79 0. t 1'. A laerlEcll aec~rtie· do nlut p~rr~ent 0011. alteration, but they re .ge uIyhaa Brasadafd a faair naa l of busines a I ldoiag ina sheaa. Al.' aa.,Fla. aper a l.a, r.osaeaaa 53; diaao .laarh. , 9a; lltoooel,,9 per 1,. a..93; Iadi.;aa, Faa. p.3 t cea.. 83: l.a... j.ia.n, F'.e peaent. 14; d ao a,,,li9, 91; 9lassnchlUatt0. 1 Fire peart aaL, 911 aul.; dit. st16rli;g. 101. MIaeyland. Fix pea 0 eael.p m.al e..; AIl.lpi. Five per cent...t.eling 93 1t b f4w Yo Ik. Fl e per cold.a. aa;aavryin a s to thal periodalada radaaapiaiaa. 9611to94; Olhio. sixa pr ,at.. 98 ;r;Ia;I'att. nix, Five perr ce, I.. stockis, varying as to till the pert .apaliuu. ,0 ta. 94; -th CalaC iua. ivep er cent( 9 9. (Ho.riaa.'.,,9511..Ol86. .I Virginia.,Rix er raout.; 91; UIl ata Satae.a Hrank ha.re. la'aa. £92.52 . adto £. 5e.; Nao York Cilay. Fira p'er cean. Stocks. P9 allIa.aaId Na, Orl...l ditto 75, Aa.ricaa I.ire 1ad Treatbzhrea..£aa. L.., Fmalaar'. Luc.a £ll.l5..;Jaed Ca.aden ·and Dlaa ... 11,5. Wa,,aaaaAy, F.a 13. Tbhri;. wbi.ih bale been gaduaally goa;.. oa.oa.aCa...l.. w,* a arew maarbd a. day; 'hb aloiuag aaalatiuaa aaaing 921 ae {. t Fena m.aay sod thal' 901,1aaa.fl.aralar a'ana ..y b a..aaipated. Tb. tenor o.a heab Slvicea Faa.. ladia thil mnr.inaaaa. nala o lees mmrli., ahich hLa. aaaded a. ahe i.alprovaa.'aa a.f F.nglis faadi. a.arhlaaqg alilla a.832.65; 1aulk stook, 30:1} to 494; aad laaala.lak..53aaoa.51". Tbea a* litaaa baaniaaaa.one ial ta. b·faain maaka beyonal abe epqaraatioa..fa.Orb .aalae .a. whlah tab ;kplaca a, Ma*rrow; but (.,area .ew.,al.rar 4l aa.n-.a close ata 799 to 09. CIa.aua;;l., _69 * hDIP j'Igaa, 234 19V 24, andC lilaaalal . 99 12. LaVIa'ooL, I'9b. 15,1839. WY 9, Fo,. l4..Our aot.on maaaLt to-day. wa. vary dIa.l.a a.imat, 9aa..qua.lly ala .9.ar. .a. .all .9.amea iag In aoaaa.re aa ..a. a helaals.;a , b .b a . aav.er.. chalng. to eithr the teuziol tetopor of the *arkL and prises aft ul. aa a.m bala, aa e whola tak. Abe :lends aand lalnaopa.f 2 A0a0. Aw.. 7ato 9; 20 Egai a. , I6; 80 Hlala,, 86; 91 LONI) N MOŽ49Y MARKET. Tbeaatay. F.4. .Tb, 9m .rata whclh al. Englsh .aaoab iaarataa b.. aaa...ewaaa.woe d.a~dy, pasa, is .aaaa a.iaaa.aa93a aad Cabaf..linaF een,(..'aly is. anaa a1elatioa aof a farahe iaaa proaaa eam COa..l.lilymaoaay Iaeft a a 921 a. 9, and for /M Mla4a. a.:a.heaqaasr Hill. 63 ao.. a.. Hlamk atoak ba. m I a9a44 la. Y115. iU.3. .akL.95l4 a. 9 ThLa was slapligs. tlea fatas aa.ura.a. but aevEry talaia..a jaaa led wkhoot{}gia41ly Therm w.. not MuchL business doingl yansdayj;m.,..as aeraelmrny aaaintaaiaod. 1a9tlan 919 t 84. ('a.lml~a.e;)i9 to }, s1ad Pruvala, 7 a. 18. L BR)WN'S Patel9a foJarm BIlances.-(,ra. " cJap ela lid Ia 53'JJiallaa ,aa, Pata'a Vla la ran .Iaalanc., su ,ajaiur laa3a.a }lll.t'aa.ferl iaa aais city. j1,ll - W It CAININ.M PUSiT!WlýA' TnbE L4ST W'EEK. GstYW A'1"PRACTIUN! 4 a rfmm MIW apppetie Cta. Theatre,. J KjR.l E * ey Ctfully iafaormn taa. pbli, tlat Krmar: ..f6'CLEOft7RA, Qbr f Egypt, icaklaaam Itea. alabibii a aa 1 t lir aia.9488l liea of abe Ualniob, to t19 lively admitaai,a n of uaaay aan.mad rieilra'aa, ived in th al city, and is maw be' etibi -fMr a .hor time onay, frtm 9 o'clock A M~t 9doock. P M. 57Atboil808C, 60 Ceuta; 06asaa6 t'cktar, . 9. r9-sf. rlllT9 1.1; l P e.-Lnaaar Compaaa1 whiae lea d "m iawd oil'd&c,inaw ba.aa arijp (;..to Rlaqblmcaa, 5696 bne. Unia7auCaasopnny white Ia.eI, nata'141l aits sto (I81 keg. Lewis' Philadelphia. wile ,lal0g slueIa..i.aanea nil oaf .aamraaa qaality, in rand Uamaarnla, forart'ls by JAICYIS &L ANIN*EWS, a81 , aaraaaq lta 4 &amo & Talaaapiao.mla s ia'~ . -4 o v*ry 5497Se a..afjmapp.r, in e8 948IALiL & 4O!'. 96 M.agaiaa aa ''4 PJK' 4IANI~Y.6-61 b F . arn variou. I ,aaariaa )a .LL.}. irBOht9(Wa Jiaaazinaa .a TMVM AMEIII CAN 4a5ICE. fil I connection withll this tIlice is a Ic SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE e O9 ron n1L PRINTIN or tit P.amphlet. Blank Checks Catalagues Bills of Lading Label., Dray Receipts, Legal Notices Auction Bills, ill Poerms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills Circulars And every description ofJotb WoVrk tn tany be required. TUE I'RIIE AMIrJIC I . ED 'I Ltl i" JOeln s - tli .' PAIT.RFUL AND BOLD. NEItV OR LEANS. FRIl)AY APRI11 *12, 1639. NA HVILLE IhAIl. RIAn.-We havoe said that onll of Ihe principlet ndvnlntoges to be derived from the con struoctin of this itlgnifintl.t work, was the facility Ihat it woulld opon to oott fertile region, to ocid its prodii.e to mlrket, and that it would ildtllce lt tIhe ultivlllin of immensltte bodi, of rich hlad tto lying waste and un. proiducive. We do not know othat any will deny this Iact. IIt is s nlpparent as the hoollday rieo. It oien the main slten of the road is completed, rIrnhl:o will hobe made, shoolting of into variouo sections of tle States thiroeih which it will ipaln, and bring to it the plduc", tiolsof Ithose places which are cult lt froml river nvi gltinn. The reliancl wlich was plared in IIt enlightuncd policy n:d liberal legislltlon off oulliaitnl, mlay ill sllmle neasur0le hllllered from Ihe following letter fiolo an intellieeot gentleman of Mississillli, I the inlderlltigable Piresidael, Jamliles ii. (nldwello, lt, wlloe telluolou Sexertion, and unremitting tlllentiin mehit a grateful re turl from hils fellow-citizenls. Amili Coaut, alrrlt 27, ItS.i. DlER SlIn--I againl take the lihcrly of obirrlilg a few lines lplt yiIo, for the ,purpse of learning from Syou, how youl are progressing witih the New Orlean nand Na.hville ilil ltoo!. The coimpiletioI of lis rond . is a subject of so emuch intteres to mte, will us , il this sectiol l l' he l ntry,l l thit I hlolpe it will lte I-y you colsidsred a satlliient nllllogy tlr troublilng you. We hve to hIilll our crops fromlll 4 I) to 60 mniles Iln market Jnld we iaollioullly looo k for thlis rold to give is trelief allll iro the facilities rroiltrdlI to the Company, Ib your Igislaotre, [stopped by the Governoorl wI are ishtlcoI to hope Ithe precullt yeallr will bring it stmewlhre ,.within 33 llr 40 mile, ol 1; nl d aswe Fare ex.Pecillng a i. meeloting of the $tockholdirs in the .tli...ijtii lolUnion fItunkl1(d no I klnow well the iter. l tllhose peson fiel t"wavrds this grant work, I respertfully ,olicil your un i lubject,co,-is~ tet with propriety. Ileiase *.y the oinlt tnwhich the road will br compilete, by fhe fir-t o Oc ltolier lnext. I et thini k we can litl.e tile . ck IIInd build tih Biranch from I.iberty to ytour road, wltll our Di- cheainslellmi' tn will jullti.V it. It is only I it r i olh , on thi rod fll rollm1 Liberty Io IIltl.jvilla to Ihe Tlu:Che pipati, where your line pa...s, Wlikei'., (llcl.e's i1.1 plnel,) n gllld al re t as ly n oi er, and r ig thllllleill Ii Irid bIly fIle best Ioutll. will ke it onre mile nearer than my, ohler that may be elhctio d.t Sl'lour boolitetol oe, vllul._ j J. Il. 7nhhrtll, lsq. , Frolm thi it will b.n ,s.en that unle-s or lizen.f nolt e f,,rnntd and lt htke npi i llibsenlitiOtnn pS artl o(I tem, transtrrred by- th l nrge t tnckhlIdera, thet Inrtple nlaoaz ule line prjecled and in thie nei.ghborhood, o will be euhjetedr to a disnnploinllln tI and , il ldod ill Itaier lan. of aidi.g lthe aok nod co silrulling branch- , ee, all ending to tlth adllvantae and lproperity of Ncew Orleansa lutnlient praise can hardly be awardned to the nterprirising and energeric President Mr. ('nldwell, o tand the Directory, for their utnrerniitting exrrtioln to al forward ln wle o.li TiThey ln ctruggled against mighty 11 ohbstaIle, seolne of which hare been urmanountedl, anda every impediment may be overconln, with limely as- p nimatnre. That legislative aid, despite executive, or any other opposition, will ie rendered at the next Sesion of d wanted now, is thal ttlte prgrea of tile road nlmay not he delayed. Murely there are a sufficient number of i public spirited citizens, who can spare the sums neces aary to make tp the find which will be requisite to se- t cure its progress. They will he only adding to their t sounrce of wealth and proin, rity. They will Ibe ren dering that trade whirl, in Itrrcarinlns certain, atld far nislh suh facilities f drawin.g it to thi potint, an will frunstrate tile slrenuoul eflbrts of other places to seduce it from ats. 'We shall look forwartle I wit eaerness to the reports ef the committees apponnted to coanfer with oar citizens anld trust that their mlliions nm.y le crhownld with sRit ,eas. Every consideration indluce o tIhe speedy coll piletioaaf thle road, and aothing can be more forcibly illustrated, tihan "delays are dangerous." REL(Tr .--The second conhest hetweenrtihe Celealte, tof Mobile, and tie Thomas S. Hlamublin, of this city, cle liff last evenailg. As belore, every lillt ofill svatiotn wile thloged withl anlxious spectators. The i Ferry boatL carried Ioverit the oipolla llharehundredln i wlllh desired it nearer view thin could lie olainled on this side. At the stalt, the Hallmblin took Ito ler.l hand lomely, billng n the inllidie, Ud tlllilntinedllP it until after they rounded the stalke-hoal, which was nldtie in l I: aninutets. On cominnng dIun, ithe C(leste crow bent to tlheir oars, put out the nerve in their arms, antd made I their crll tremble in every IoBl . They, il their unta gnli1., and ere dterlllillPd to kInowa more oIf hilm. When they were abot it l anle distant froal tlhegoal, they pnlled ip an hii stern, and with a few hearly stroke=, f gathered on his qltarltr. Shoutll of appnlause li thle shore rernt te air. A desperate strung:e ensued. Theo lalmblinl boy were loth to givae tti precedence, hut no a lanu can do mllore thanu his Itns a , (ns Ilubiet , his grand nires, or somebody else said, when he had to cotendl in ulchery, with I.ockoley. They were cnmnpelld to yield) andl te Mobile bnlge was seen to shoot out her sharp bow in advance of her competitor. Atmid a th., sand hulmas, site cl-ared her, and took tih lend, widen-. ing the ditarnce at every stroke, coming in to the post r about two lenthl nahead.--l'ime 21I atiitatute IFrom our knowledge of the disposition of tihe ci ting racen use, from whom the Alohilians have natmetd it barge, ,qr lhonuld not be urplrised to lhear of their r .jegn an npprolriate flag fhom her hand, on their r r Turn ti their city. ThAr rtarNt.-Mr. FPorrest is the " bright, par ticulnr star," now in the ascenlldanil tit " ti 'J'empe." r We roemember him years ago, wlhen hIe was nt nilly young in the buskin, but younn in years. We wathfed his progress onward, with ilterost, allll we were alwava ready t, accord to him his just deaert. rl le had fullil which are incidental to tlia tyro, and lluhoe which are peculiar t tle enthusinat. Tihese have been greatly pruned and sol;cned down byexperirnce y studly, ald an acquaintance with better schools than those in which lie flat learned to plnume his wing. We consider Mr. Forresr particularly happy in Damon, Brutus, Sparta I cua, parts of Lear, Othello and Ilnalert. \W say par tions of thesae latter pieces, because we are not pleased In itiem le rises verylhigh indeedi, ut Ih does not aun lain hliaJight. In anothllerf less phyllpieal eaplacriy, his pasion would lie obnoxious to hlllet's criticisml, and weeannot any we alogttllher ke it iahim, ex ept so far al it dlvelopes the physical lan. Sha-ipaare is more i.-.-s.l...trn-t the oher plny-wrighllts to whose productions allusionhatieen mto nade, and requires a deeper portraiture of charecter than iMr. Forreat's k rennrn'lltation. Bnt ill Sprtnetnal, and Brutus, and Danonl,w do not knlw that we have seen hIisa slperior, and callnnot believe that he now ihns anl tqnual. The t. ihtllrlel c nipay is lnw very stroag. Scr Ir laa.tains lia countrynmn with power, anl a d-egree of excellence which is w,,rthy ofhimta. Wn' never saw hinl ! to mnore advninlage thann in Tilus, Pharrariua and I'ylh ins. lie is it every way canltulate to pilay with Fur ret. li iphysicah:l energies, are great anid his style nuch aflier the sealne order. We are glad tI ose Mrs. Barrett on the St. Ciharles hoards. Sihe ans wanting tiwre to fill up a hiatus, whilich ns eifited tlhrJugh the season. nly the .ay, there are some in the comnpany, miale aId female, who might hlbodipensad with to thle malnage'e ndantages and inuch to the gratification of tite audience. lWhen they are cast for parts, they oll times walk upon tine stage, not onll without a concepriun of character, but abrolttely ignorant of thile word. If this were oI I rae neterrenei, it might le overtlooked, but it is r.lent. ed nght ailernight, It will afnlrd the patiron of the St. Charles pleasure a to know that Celcats, the ever-interesting and gitt ae Celeste will fulfill a lhlrt engagtmeall on her return linn Mobile, sld will prudul-e something entirely new. ('ts. SAMUali. Iloutote, Es-Preidinnat of Te xas, .a nIow un a v.hit il, o:.r city. He nrrived i:vei ig before lalt, in tine Terlce. SCotnneatrIce.-Ti- e Whigs of tile Union have ,ea aund for congratulating themxelve. on the result of the elections in this State Theo Hartfird Courant sayut- '"'I'o ti.e \Vhigs of tile United Steine, we procloto 1in tire ciril of grateful exultation, that oar vlcTOe.Y I lttIPIL:'I'E . WOe iro corroed our Slate Ticket hy a large lajority. We have changd oatr enti do Ientgia iJn Calrrgreas-,.lva elected SlX WHIitS io tloe pice of a. n ay Loco-feos.---and we have 15 out of 21 treatore, n r errte r two-thords of the nlelncera elected to tile Hoa.e lf It8epresentalirvs. tONGRIESSIONA L MAJOIITIES. Wh oig. Loaf0e1o. rrtllrall, over Tuueoy 1080 itrro tora lrI, le .137 Williima do lt linge . 87 Simitllh tl Io helir 510 ilror:koar do Cleveland 576 Onllslornte inji. 30R5 rOecnpitptlotin of tites for (Gorerter. - wlletin Nilr. Phell'a latf lirrtl Coulnt , 52b.35 41o81 1 445 New Iscen " Csi 381 i481 131 Sew Lrrtldore 2x. 175 1·0 t 5 a iltlh " dt 2:171 21895 75 Vdillrla nr 11 2172 01 t 43: Iaitchfield hI 743 3321 77 tlildrlevexa 917 11t0 Tolatnid 1653 1401 169S 21,676 15,957 945 19,957 EIllvorth's nlni. 2719 ('ten OiTrcas OF ST. Iolts.--Thne VWhigs have in otili ccded ins -euring their ilnyor. WIn. Carr I.eoc an ild a iuinjor:iy l hath haolintda ofhe Caoollol Council. the 'TIhe Ilhepblernai , it i, o dis posn di ope to inortliy tle I uneuccaesfnl by llvy rnn'eesary oasnlltng over the is- ofi sue. With lh.: exler ion of tihe election of Aldermoen C oiad Delegates i tile :s warrd,it is suchla reo iosl r ase tie atlinilplted, ad witlh which erery whig ho remason to be i _ -_ oil, Tilne .aocrt EA,:rrr:noN leUNoAtat.-Altlhglt tile tl fir dlilflrrluis Inr o our llrtlirlt Irlltier soree i r ille prt s elittl) tlloV been nlarot diiiisposed nif yet tlhe flloawinig tit article fromn the lialtilnllre Amerianll cannot be read nllr without inlterest and instruction: Ii. " A light tllebmrs ti have broken in olen ile qnlletiona Ie of the PNorh Ia.ernl Bloondary, whiclh places thai iin rm nillrtbjeCt: in a eomewhll different point of view. ml it wrldl Reem, necolrditr to the' adaliseion of the Newo Yorrk Expl'sea, that tIalrty-live yearsa agi, M r. Jeitersoo prollllal't]d it as his Uinlhin illat the dlesignlltioll oftlle tine treaty of 1783 wnas entirely tIo vague and i adlefite "to Je ire surrcptible of executioon," iln COntSequenle of whichrl uncerliinty at eroavrtion wasl determined orn, to provi t lr a pll ticalll dernrllalliloe of dae limhits. TIhe stil.s non allludd to is erltainlv ygood authority in a milllaer a it whlch, inldrpllnhtlty ot his great rcntncraey,there ex is ie t li political hta. ah In lilrht, inn nilny tleree, f a rwliv tisnjldglellr t itllIirvor of (ileat riain. II h , line l wc b.,lieve, been .ellerolll ulnderstllld, that frolm the e .clr'onlinenillveet the line rin.ntedaout by- tlhe trneat alrove a lillUrrlld hlad r' Illilirtlllly illniteld oIi as a pirht aliont tie wIirll I eherecud be ao d liver.itv of Sletimiellt, but Ilere o we hare a Irnltdig alenlher of 111he Aerienu govern etlni, adllmnliing Ilalt the unrlrertraiity wts sol greatl its to e iclleer prneatical dem'narmlin iinpiosraile. 'this new In vtersilll of the rllotir showm rlllrc'lly oathene ever, tile c ilnprtlpriety oflho-lil rllrVrnetlll r willlolt deue it-irt ctt lion, ano llhilg sllrort It' allsolute relarintiy wounld justify a thls coarit, iii etleitig h tOU a watr, err enin+lt s a+ that l 11 itlh t(;real Ilritnill wirld rl be it oil narties. 'T'o ooint rithe amlicable relations existiring Iterweln ilte United 'I Stirat, ull (ir t ir'ritain,of it social or business helarnle ter, are to be suddenly interrupted, and it ar couineu in cdal, m accouni t tit' EIgllurhnd's nlt cklnowledgin what ti .aiollulltl.ted by arl . JeiTreratll, is ito serk ist rashlrly, li - its Icolrrme'elllss, wollld inot'he sI ore ot nl nes. d We have rsee wih tillnere rearet trie ilueasines ihat er ixi+ts ill rnf'rrl e ttIle iprobabiility of a wir with G. lrilriI, it result which we r,!glail as lnexl i ilmpossible rn reide anyu thiing like a lisound discretion he practisied ýy eitllher plrty. Adotitio., for the wake. of argument,. , rtalilt or:r [ouIt rexisrtsl iri , t ie lill e clilllPed il , IIrIt I ri , I lthat .n lnd Ilas hereo tirtyer litretnlie s int dllmand i"ng t htver hrlla l ai' s iiiis I' r own, anid also mhn irdirr r IprusblentIss of rthe dispti d territor tiol Itre ilt r lr- between her Nrmlh Artlericio I'rovi rees dntiring I;rlioaofltegr y'ar--teb dlt;. it allllll loot i latllhe lirtl Illltrc, it lllll i lriorlle lrne illllll llllt lhe riht tf ii s-n 0 srlio il i | r'oly m • n t dlrilg u p rliel OFI tIP e ,l anill d I ....... at i "t h ae l lare m, ltlher lhlll lrnel s olf' illler. llle lltlll ilr In exist, which, win t little foretihoughlt, ii y lie ri iad to atiswer all lrtirtitl piirpos.'es. 1e In mort al i r, ieiemtborenll talt,art froml thll ore i 1, orlj cr, the territourv i qiellton is of Ibut snmall value, SI Stllt thiot llaltUl v Ilty ies Ilmore to do with the nffir uinHU illy solid IInnelll to ale gaibned. 'lt'ese lroint berillg - onlldedti , lte i.our re.trlves aitelfilltot one of'epedrlell ey iiad is o lie. decidred by Eoglnnd wletherin olrdnler In s ecure a lpassae Ietwee thie ruvinces oIf very. sectl dary iulllortnnce tin the nltiotal wellihm, dling a part I of tillr. earn, nld It obtain lossa etni of a terrionry af a i ilunot Ir value, she will aecrifite all the alvantlgea accruitg th rr lier'N.nris to h er or trrin angad uarical ly trliln iulreat ftro frirerdlv reyatlons with Ite United in I Stats. \Ve mue iint anlorg thosea wlh reAnril te e- 01 a- port lrd l ireat Brianin to thlli country, nlone, as at V thig itparalollllt iilmortallnee, allaagh we bore a 0 of dittilcno in aoneerdig to it tihe werigr to which t iis .Ptialnt, ah Th"P ... tl w1 ' e a ro il roset the l n. of our pr pj;;,{Ily f ato.r m i lit fourcunraorlulon. Thee cro crop of this country tf is It mere ly tie ehier beias of trale io A.erica, nt ii ts Ihe fIrrnlrtilllr ofa cerltai brallch of her olnmerce with tie whole world.i It is to her elrtu llt allosuefallrtre Ir- rhat England hl fonr n long th.e paret ein indebted fao tir treonrollintg ihauaIte wllch iele pnosseso e in every iatiol hller. liar flirihks of every dereriplion are con- It oauredm. We inoasl look t Soatlleor Anerica andl Ito Spnrltlilin of Afiiea ndlAniL. aoitta well 1t tahe Cti. lt - ill of a 1lrletp in order ro acltaeh a proper valua o this lira- 0 cc dt'tino. VWe will ullpppoe lren that the lolply ocfltotn, reint thlii uinrter lhnre, were tli oIA fuL'r a srinle t eason, alld wtls whoatrla be rthe itr:l irteull'eoe.. All of e Ilnirnrhlne no ilnu ilrv eounectred directly anrdl idnrecelv witll tre S notn ufiactlre anel iranl.plorlt ion o elltln n gdoold wouldl it niCr e lri tIrolt hit an ndl, ao Iar at leasr as tile . it- bries lir whleh it.e Anereniar taile is required, tree ly e nerrned. 'l'h pIerslaenergd in tlhose pursuits. whlo are ]ill|arillnoer of igriulhural prloducs nanld if mialrfnelrred artlliclres other thae IIn Ise itl etltltll, would he disblrtedl Irolr piayinS fir t!ltau tcountoditiee, and of ie. necessitv IlI rllin of ithe tiltrmers wounld reiimai unsold. tuh i -the eondailtn of ilte Irll lllation oftilent lerilait n Ithait verV da miiit brting whil it PIellultvlent. or tile tnb- worlkingelnrietn matotalt e. A annt offord ald olher re eessrnriepnt wollldll ievltably praducep itpplar ctulon d lrin,. nil tile paoilt tot Ire sertled IRetween tie govern- iht- anadl thle pranle wolld ot onte he Ihow far tile ob n0 jct Ir Ir lttllainald i worlhl Ih sericee wllicll it wouldt id- corlt. Thlu, it will te. rCen, .o put lie aisue on tie 'r ritlllll rofexledienrt' oil the parl of Engad, nlld Ire I lihinli hatnlie woulrd nioit iner n grent aln evil, in or d gar t, gnin whallt it ftet, rcareelv ldeerves It Ilnn ill.ed iots n hrenftl, we vasnit think she'il ill nolfr herselftno e d h lerried into a .r, tie consequences of which wuhld be n'sl- i onl aitnlttflao. RE.NCONTRE IN NATCHItTOCsHE- A meetling took place a few dcnys eince htwlepen D. S. Burnetrt, tq. ex sheriffof Ncehicteche., nl Gen. Ronsier. the setator from tllat district. 'rThe ecuse of tile Ilteetin was the exertions and falle llchres matde by the latter, In pre vent the nomitntiofn ofi thefIrltifrl nl pasning lthe See nlr. t the Iate session. Oli Gen. lolsier nttempting to draw a pistol from hin pnrkel. Mr. iturnrlt struck him on the arm ith ai stick and broke it. lie then knocked him down nod kicked hint pretty severely. 11- was drawn awany, whn Bnssier drew aolnther pi.ell, and di rectiny it immediately ot the ltreamt of his antagonis, fired, btt thle IIer Itrned his body at tihe instant, and received only a slight woun. He againl thumped the general pretty -everely, and would have shot him, htele was prevellted Iy having his arm throown up while in the net ofliring adl mlissed his aim. FTnrs.. RENeTecr. took piane. t Cleuterville, a bfew eago, in which thle partiee, two young geltle. ...n, hl.both killed. 'The CiviG an rema;rks, in speaking of tilhe rlllnr that tile Texians might joinl tle liberal party of ithe Mexi lellls: It may not le llperflnoitN to se thate tal the tiis or Swhirls is €.rrent in lhe nhailed States that a eoalilion es ellhll tlein t formed Ietweesn thle oelnlnect oa Texen wml the liberal nrtty ill Mlexic.t, in wilthot foundation, n Ileer as anv thing tpon the suljieit Is Ibeen nmade oilick here. I'exas could gain nothing bi colllbinine wt I a Ilnaion witlch ponee.ee lneither olofcient virtue for self coverncment or sufficient stability to uphold per munently a government of any form. ,. -.'... - Am - , -...- 'C- ...... l. ,. r nourt N. Brwn, of P'sp, ietlce, R. I. hsn tendered to lrown IUniversity two lots of ground for thie President's house and aen adhltional College, and $10,001t, on eondition hInt the frleads of the institutlion will nubtecrint. ia eimli lar estm of mtel y aby tle 1st of May next. T'iELI "n OWI. KNIet" i ias Ulltretie a instrament Sts we have reen lately. Its flolrishes are like the pot k hooks of an urchin who has taken pen in hlud for ilt first timte. It hie lneither the+ edge nor point of ks name teke. C. I1. P.tnsos, Ikte .AOeor, Iha doffed lthe toga,to assume Ihe gown. Iie Iihs heeoena regullar ring-tall inarer at class meetigsl, anl exhaets tIis helaoved broelh reen nnd "siileCel with a most wdtdei'flly pious cant, and "hea.en-directed anien." Alonilt has eertainly achieved wonders-not tihat l'ar.sa was ever a wicked set.lp. Perhaps the latter catn tIo the eonlellaion Ihtt a he h reachelld the topmost rodn of the ladder in the , theatrical profeessin, nnith le Ipittit was a round r two higher still, alid so-he'd 'cilia bhtimter." RED RItVE.--T'e Caddo leaws of the atc, saya this the river is rising alowly, adl i nearly all Io hgilh water e mark. JohnC. Devereaus has beq elected Mayor of the city of Utica, N. Y. Hirnel Pratt has been vlectd Mayor of utlialo, New York. ý_---- a NAvar..-Tlle ... S. ehip tjtlctee, Canianie Paler. meilel fr ,m PIrt anll tinue oun tlt tih fuor. .la:a. O011. uer asel crew aii well, ''be U. S. C lnre elle(:aesone,illed froee Marseilles ion tlleitl ult.onscruiset . Tile l. . frigate Ctol nlia, l1 John Admln., ar.'v. all Iat t :yloln, snc rCilill'd a.lllltl ..hh tnl. for t, west .oiaf o nIunllt:I. SI'ANZ IS, ascribed to one who will mlderatand'. S.med on, peed on, thou IMany boat.. Thou hast precious freight: And hearts go with thes, bony boa; s To glree thee heart awat. Oh spold thee quiekly o'er the wave, That turns so muaiy, n And laughing smakoto see toohlrots t Its otrength for mastery. li Speed on, Ipeed on, thos bonsy boat.. Thou henrest her away Whose eye of beauty cut a spell, Which ne'er another m.y. Ulsa a heart when every beat Reoponds to its bright sall, And knows no joy of life soswetn As that most sw oeet ofl. fi Spoel on, ipeed on, tho bonnoy loat.. I woul not ee the wind Ito inges wreath i dark her dair.. No farewell leave iohiud; I would not ss he ivory hand Wave o'er her snowy brow.. Nought's left m on thoe arren strand, iut joylossmemory loan. w. . Our correspondlent," A Citizen of Texas," will find e in or absiraet of Texas news that we have anltcipated e any necessity of further noticing the imnprobobility of t 1. the Texiant jloinig tIhe Liberalists of Mexico. e LATEST FRM T':Ano.-Frol thle Galveston Gazotte - of the 5'h inst. we learn that "after nle.ors. lorton, Cooh,Canphe.ll, ond liurton, Commiseioners to locate Slihe seat of Government, left thie fall of the Brnzsos for SBastroep, they disagreed t to the route, and sepnrat.d upon the rond, Horton and Cook gliong one way, and I Rurton and Cnampbhell another. Ianan hoar or two the formerann mo upon tie trail of the others, (who were - evidently in full speed,) wnit another trail allowing thlat g they were puranod by a counideruble number of In n dians. Ilorton and Cook arrived at Bastrop; but at the last accounts Iurlon noCamlphell had not been hoo[end froon. - Ieenerol Felix Hlouston, and Colonel Sidlne, Slher * mn are tie mt o- prominelt candidates for tile offlice Sof lnnjor Iiener.d of Militin. also General It. H. Doug e Inw,of Nuoogdochee county, Colonel If. Millard, of 1 Jelferseon,al Col. L. I.lMhbbitt of Son Augustine, are candidates for tihe lnae office. a NAVIGATIOn OF liEDn RiVEt OPrn TO FORT Ton. o sun. The steoner llsriner, Capt. Noland, has Ieo tile Sfirstt onot that has, since the remlovalof the reeont Raft, naceuled UIn I Jonesboro and Fort Towson. She lelt i hers on tihe 4tnh inst. indl returoodl with a fill land of e lncoton snid inclegcrs, noo tile m: inot. Fronn tloanld t den rise and follo ill tie higher portiono of red RIiver, re we fear lit tihe naitvigotin can never he depended on . willth any egree of ertainty above this place-alnd eo e lnnylv hin moIoj become tn e depot fir all the np ter w Irldenn. 'I'le inn. onf tle llntenuerk will ne ees ill o lll er hecoillnn. The pn.ongerrs attach no hllne whatever It ,- tile ofiners or crew0 . 'IThe engine will he saved, and ify perhaps sone portion of Ile cairgo.--Cndo Free Press. not -- - ST. CHIIARLES THEATRE. [li'l'lhe Ipuldic are ipc cll'ullv iwnflethied tthil Ile i tinl~i~ishledl "J'r..edhlul Mir ,] titl' in eglnegl r fr lifteen nlights, and will make his twelfth appeiranec This Evening. This Ercning, April II2, Will he preented the Trl'gedy of THIIE GLAl tIATOR. S a ttawcll, . Mr , Ie,'rrest Jrncliin, Ilarrimt lovitls, ('Oiwed lItracchiu, Fsrre'n Senona, Mrs Plutlmr Julie, Mltn Greeone Olcrtnre, by Orcllhestra 'To cothle will th e 'arce of NAVAL, ENGCAGOIMIENTS. Admiral Kingston, Mr Johnbsnn I.iutenant Kigllton, J l Browe Sllhort, Cowell Miss Mortimer, Mrs Plomer Mrs Pntlifox, (tseene FOR NEW YORK. Louisiana and New York Line of Packets. The fat snailing packet enij, MISSIS SIPPI, Captlain liethe, llaving the greater part neof har enrgoengagnd nd going on board will leaive on Monday next the 151th inst. For rfreight or pasage, hnving eblegant ace,iantll ndationn, nalply to the neptanoaln boardl opprila tihe Vegetabrle tl linet, or to JAMES l HILI.EN. 112$ Caitast P'lTlj"Ie nte of passage by this litt hlas i sten te Fttt IVERIEII )I.. 'The A and litba tailintg ship ISAAC IHICKS. (Cnlt. Iears, will mteet wilI iA aweiate dlpatch. For freight of 301) I :les or tar pcasige, apply to I, I GALI., i1 7lek packet pi Sahi snro, t llHtawiv wnaster

from Ne v VYrk ii nii.w di.charginl oppositehie Vege talle nmrket. C.nisignues will please ittend a. thae ne ceipt of their goods. _d - JI'i V SS' ttIlt hiL Y, iiieigneepttre ip eieeetigu will pleasme maelt' lia ceidete knhwy..tle I li chtrge ilg clerk. nl2' T. W. COLLINS kid tih rtesee Comnmissioner. Applointed by the FederalCourt at New OCbIClaa. OFFIC(E No. lcul COMMON STREET, (Ettitinge I.t tel IBuhlings.) All) Coou~nisiantwr taken natavite .ider nel by ary, lt0; Istl March 1817; the Jutiary Act of 1789; land olr acts of Congress, in such ases llade and iproviSed. Siid Conminsioner iha couidelerablle experience ; and tines lirmi of caption and cerlificatae chich htve stnoe ihsenvenrest scrutiny of the ablest Lawyers, aprIt 12 G ItANt'l'-'lTe Sailba.cilwer is nrep Ired ito receive oIrde fuire egrnite, which ewill Iet prnmply lraisll,+d for all pIr weses ofarchiteerure; fronts of stotres. base. wenita, nt, Frontiee;, lordwellings, steps winldow sills aiL litalns--Tol'nbs . die. ofte best materiils ncd IImost superior style oifin'knlaesbip, set up coutIplett ail short notitce, andlat she lowen t rates. NEWT'ON IIICHARI)S, k 117 Cusalomlnouse at, between Danlphin & Itnrgundy ses N. It. The lower story ofbrihk buildingtcan lie rmoved and Granite inserted with perfect safety, and little ilntmvenieite to thie occupant. all 31 law 1l'eitt)l SAt'1i-25 barrela I alainaue llipsatn _ t salls, 2) barrels glnlwdm l te.,r hRl..le by JAIRVIS & ANDREWS, IA trentter Contatitn & "'rhoulhitotnlitrt Litn wing alfke OGranl Stale Littery , Cnami9. I -i 62 I 31 0 I14 4' 22 72 G8i4 T Hil DAY. Capital Prize, $l15,tsO Tickets only $4 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. CLASS No. 26, Altberied by the Legislature of tie Srtae, To he Drawn April 12, 1839. at half past l o'elock, at Bishops Hotel Conlition at. S DAVIS & Co, Mlanagers 75 Numbers-12 Drawn Ballota. Splendid Sehme. 27,814 Plries, amlanUting to $132,433 Tickets $4--llves $2-Qiinirtera $1 Packages ofa25 tickets foi $1011, warranted to draw at least $18. Slares in pr lnrtion. For Packages or sinele 'I ickels aprelv at al2 At lManaegers office 16 Chsrtreest %1 OTIC'-'t'lw I-Tienaers of the order of EQUAL L FEI.LOW', now in Ilis city, are requested in Smees at their Hnll,No. 9 St Charles stireet, on Satur day the 13th April instant, at o'clock, P. st. all 2t 1) T EVANS, Agent. ESS.F.L WANTED-.I'takne 11)00 barrees flour to datlifaxNova Sncotia, Apply to S al2 STETSON & AVERY. 88 Oravier at (HAMPA(iNE-2S- 6 Iaskets anchnr branld,reei-ving IC r hebqule Chrlticle.r, foria l Stby et2 - A I.:. . I(tYRO\rN, h6 IMannzite. at aipeag, landinaa from rbarque (liaticlrnr, tormale a S ShAII.L & BlttO it, nev-,iel, Iat fle N l t)Y--ii In r rarks old chnains rcnnin Psee of 18r1n j tat receivo d per ship Lorie s illh, and i- Ib le by StIlALL & BRLOWN, n _L2 9 Ma.eaiiren t Ii-.iIA WINE-lit ier casks, superior tr , ljust recieivl prr lslp t.ouisaillc,forrsale lv it 1l2 1IAI.1. & ItlRO\WN 96 Mltngazile t t. JOHN V. CHILDS, ENEGRAVIEL AN'S COI'PER-PLA'TE PIRINTER, 'a. 3, Camp St. )l IL.L engrave and print In order, tank ante;. hills S K ufexelang, hbills of lading, dlilonas, inrean tile awl visi:ing cards, not.ritI, consular and eointing house saata, door plates, silver wa., "c. -always ont h Stad, an aa ortilent of silver plated and bruaa door SPs Cards printed from plates alrealy elgruvad. Ihov2li Y K ATtI KIt4-l-y slip Aaturn aitelegant atit d 1 menttofdiffrrettceosttmed plnute received and for t ale by GOS.SIP & Co, E·aelt.g hoel. te25 St Charies it "I-()TICE--The sub' ribrr having beught .t mati S the ApotheEarV stor owneed firmrly by Willal PEn ..-Tahapsout.taansl,Olpostite the Vegatallle market titlI h d AIuaieilply ahOpse IDteld a--bags leave to infcrm physdchatns td tie pIt. n geleral, thllat he rlnaput ttlln eitbliamat n etdeer dislrectin it an able and meat eonpeteangapoleear and that lht tlae Is teliiu~eaaud chemnical peparaslibt can be fonlndcon. atantlv there. & pltyelian presriptica put up careful. tully day ead glight, ar 2q H, BONNAlEI.. C SltarA will heo paid by Ithe snaeribser, b r nueh in. crinttjin an will lendl nto the d$iovery of the driver of a lhay nutibered l292 (stppseed to lm a false anuabr) liao Iattl.d 2 came cnl I hble Itder A. frnlt siip •teiglita. . H tAI.F, 427 . . 93 ',nilrlnn ( A"'l.Ilm tl.ls .Il.Uri;, i.u tiller niter, ýj fsit sala hy A'tLAIIAM "I'RIEII al 3" Graiet st - IIloer, fo, sale by A "tRIEIl, o i9 3hr Gravi'r at n u miran imm m ra! mm! .u THE INDIAN'S 'ANACEa4. F. Ithe cure ofrhleumlism,scrndufa or kingsevil,grut, aeiatiaa or hip gout, incip-ent cancers, salt rhenm, loo sTphilitic sod ererial diseases, particularly ulcers oil G pinfiilaffections oflthe bones, ulcerted thl at nos- le trils ulcersof every description, fever sores, nml internal at absesses,l istulas, piles, soald head, sero¶, biles, chro- r" S a.anoe eyes .qcrTsslei dbhhea, nld eny vaoeseyofeii No caaosrm affeetiont ehronie Catarrh, heald ache proceed- tti ing from any acrid humor, .nia in the stomach anl dps- c pelpsin proceeding from varation, aflectiotof the livers, - chronic oifnlamtionof the kidel-s, ana geoecl debili pty urned by a torpid aetion of the vesselsof the skin. It is singularly effiemcious in renovatin; those constitutions which have been broken down by Injudicious tretment, juvenile hrrularities In general ternm, it is resim- d I nded In al those dliseases which arise from imlumrities of the blood, or initiationml of the humors, of wllatever b name or kind. Some of the above comnplaintstay require some tri fling asitant applications, which the ircumstances of the ease will dicta:.; hut for a t enend remedy or Purificator to removetheca e, the , INDIAN'S PANACEA will generally be founld tllsicent. TO THE PUBLIC. Ilow true it is, that modern Physicians, in thieir am ition to excel inll their urofesson; explore the vst fieldls ofscienee hy the aid ofchemistry, and seek mlt new re medial agelts; in short, to atrive at perfection inll he prIotice by means of art alone,-entirely overlook and neglect, as beneath their watice, the rich and hountenus F stores ofmedicioe, which the Almightly has lcaun l to spring out of the earth in every elime! And how much moe true isit that while the Ameriean Physician looks if to foreign countries for many of his most common and o ne.enary articles, perpletually changing as they are at the dicttes ol'falhion or flly, he i surrn nalel in, hlis own country with aoc endlessprofusion of medical phmIkn, smffient to answer any indmliction in disease or to cure ar onrale lodionlrer; and yet he is ignorant of their vlr tnes, aml they are saeredto 'waste their healing on the desert air.' S The effects of vegetable medicines upon the system are i temporary-those of minerals lasting. Thlle former ea erttsieir effects and pass offr-the latter, mermery in par ticular, eat chemically npon the solids, delcoposiang e the hones nod umlermining the constitution by a slow it and sie destruction. The congeniallity, effieiency ad SAFETY of vegeta h ble remedies oever mineral, may s e eetimated bvcwonltasl ingthe ancient prletine with the modern; or, to bring it Smore immediately onder our ow ow naobservation, lie hndi. an practice withth atof the whites. Who, in Am1erie., - asonotknkownorheard of rieloeted Ilnstances wherein i nesome deerepll, opreteodic. femanle ladian, by me•soef ier simple remedlies aloie, hs afencted lthe most rapid anal astonishin; cures, often the lMateira Medlica of ten f -ammon praetice, directed in the most skilful manner, , has filled And who has not been urprised at the con lnitiveease andfilcility with which the Indlia frcas hin - self iremn any disease, end at the almost tota abtinelnce ol'ehronlicdiseaseamong them? Who has ever heard e oan Indian witha conltitution broken nod rained by It illtreatment? A:l can a doubt eist thati this lippe.n iem tion of the savage from most of the ills which the flesh Of iln is heir to, in chiefly owing tia nore geni owl sedan .ltra lleso is whilh hI emlo. oys!. l'llis astonishi , ing difereace in success, is a fairexemplificatioa of the l infinite superiority of the siaple ad safe smens of cunre awhich Gnald Im createdl for the aenleit of his clhildrler, r over those which the pride and the art of mcia have in er vented. o Froma long resideneeamongaportionofthe almrigin. id alialnlhiiaotsof thlisconnry, alndln intimate ocaieania. a Ince with the, methells of cuEre of some of their mnst sucoesstil practitioners, t1he Inoprietor of 'The Inlianl's Panueea,'acqireilo a knowledge of some of tihe most IOWefil anal fonlriae rcanelies. Frolal tlese heseletel soelh as were most effieca ious sall approlpriates, Ind alter - various expelieriets to tet their principles antl strength, r hIe hascombincedrthgn ill the fanil hiele presented, :s the ce most perf, et and Ieleficial lor the puripose ur which it is r.caommeaded. 'I hle a'proprietolr olferasllhi prepllntio to thf Ipublic, will the conseioinass that he is Iphaing wiiintheilr sea, a remedy enlnalle aflrelieving imany of his atllieted IBl low Iingis, who are sulv.lring under the varihns eharoni .t olala ostinale colllllts to whicll i is appli.hle. "'to l anch it will iproe of incarenulable rvlw, as the means, S atll in aanny coses, the only mans ol'rlhelillg their anil l i' riing and I .estrgll a i olt le more to health and la:a - n pilluess. l'liss inlt olr.ll as an .manmon reoedy, that may wr- chaniee bi eluailly good with many oltherns nw in use, bla as one which aneaialel oaf sna iag li l inomany en ei'tme eases whihall Iihe olnsial rentedlesfaoil. Thisit has done rei aittedly; uel Ithis is the relmtlation it hnasob tainedl wlhereer it lus been iaatlaacaned. It Is olylahout three years since thisp relpatalion was on presented tothe public: butin that short splace of tlllle, ie =nllrlaaiIIelaof ierios might belliluid, who would nil olelmdy declare that they believedl that their lives were saved by it, aal in mos.oasesafter they had tried many and perhaps all the common remediesi i vain. ~'lher ever it is known it israpidly coming into use, and this affidartllk pst sabstaulotialad convincing proof of it merlin. The valc e ef the lhcctea i aestcol ppiccaocauic. teirc long atcallclillg emi syahililic lciand serl'ldots afft.etions wlllll Ihve defied al other ree.t:dies, and paticulaily ill those cases wherle mlercury lhas been tso lavisl Iy uls. as to c.se dlistressinlK aills ill tile hones, iaes, Ilelre rial utilcers, ieralgmnllt ol'te digestive OIrlll, cd.e. These it complaetely removes, andl 1 all case : it enire ly eralicats ite Iliaseses cncill! ii,c,'c'ti. r . .. re waltllle EcnlllalOtlllttioI nnil I·lle aient iic llc l tc il st well. I.cltilumeatistlnald in t ttleratce, sore thllrott, its ilalipy e.ie.ls ale not iles Iappllelc, gipiig Ialmos illnn 'Takeln illn prop- doles, thellMlilan',l Pancesa otlerat s as it ilte.m:tive and detergent; ae dies, h t etic, disrelatt alnd Ixatives, an antli-s1Ulemotlin e d l olll yoe; :alli in iproer cases, asatnui)ctlli lld acelllllnoego . (;.ler. ally expressed, it inlelasrs all tile scretatills an ex el*etius, gives toe thtile tolllachll aI excites action in tile c lllll c c partulular IannerT. iro a these princi pies tsollc ttolls I lcaa: it llllllIlrslotl. 'l'hiscied.icice Ias tcee Tcacel lcig.4 tusefutcl ii ntty auDigsutEl.. iscase:s .pt c reo spciliIei, ad, it Ihts blete. used withl wctclerlttlll sulccess as It Spring aned i Iatll 1h riller, by llaesu a I re allljestl to einpllt h lcita llof tlt chest, teal w..ae ctclatlllituttlsetUecure 1new viago'. S.ilh per sons will do well to use t Vo e(. three bottlgs it; sm.Ii Ill e. henever a diet dli, , is llensitclred n~ecssatiy, this 'atcea, tkecl inl a smloilar; w'ijiL answe" all its purposes, ill mullless time, t lesscct ecqcrccee, ci1 a, lilr inolre agrceeale cc aer Ihet thi eOUUccc tijit icihlllk. Thie ollowing ceriticates, Wt tai htadrclc simlilar, whici might he piuctated, ace giveeo shoe the eilet of tile Ittlltait's Pcweteea, in tle cncar ous tco . herl nc aclEciUiestiteJ;acccatcot cakibit. , tle ocest sati.liceto') enauaer i.s sulceinrily over tcle s)yIrap i, ceaoti)aa ue. CASES &V BHtiWMUUa\'tSt. CwtccLceuco. Oee. 15, 1832, catg11 tiie last w.ic aled rilng, t wcacflJi.citedri wltil a sey severe and dlistl"asitc tscbllittiwe. /ccasiOlled by exposure haillla weather. I tow takegrlea pJccacIett ic stlaiig, that six bottles of the itliau's lacaea, rcstorJed me to pferoct Ihealtl ancld I eoaUtdlelcIy rceotpceWel it to all aimnlirly alsi.tel. ...OIN IIU(;USON, Kingst. CHARLESTON, .\larct. 27, 1832. I was semet abhout three years since, with a distressing rhetmatism, caused by taking a severe cold, while unlder thkinfleuiccee mleracury, and which lhas disabledl r paow, btsiless .cteey ever silee. ilurillg ihis iteriol lve ben a Ilt ptlicni tile 3tcritcoI ospital i; i ai cit upwardsol liltur t lmonths, ccald tI;ely st msute le.gckta tiule in tle laltimore Iluospiltl, cacd triedl asliat ever remedy, with little benefit. Oha tikl ICit oof 'ebnht last, attlt htie scarnety cIle to move about uprcut etch. es, Iconlllelcedl the use of lltliaill's 'Pactace. lIt o' month I lfoull mysell'entirely freed from paini, lld ar now halppy to stain ts il .o slet l selQ f lterLotty well. WM1. TUCK ER1, 1t Mma4. ket. CAPES 1UW SCHOFULOUS ULUERSI New Yocl, SeIL It. 10, 18.30. This may certify tbat in tie tall l 3825,. 1 was seiio with a swellingin isy n eck ad tiee, which aflerwaqr uletated anild Ihecame large nglcily ulcers in my nacl. Alerrt'yitgseveralplhysieilantoeo ac dvantage, I went to Philaldelpiua, tald placed myself under the care, I)ra. PIhvsic ald IleahI, wdheni, after repeatled c alivatlona to no eficet, I was ptianotaeced utterly iteusrable. Alier. war.lds Itook twete 4,tl.eeol'Sec ailo'ittnueoceatccl eight holtles oPl'iotter Ls.cthoicci ., will no mateira becllelil )Despa'" ingoflgile, whieh had aow ieeocme a bhnthea a ne. retcraetl to my parets in New York, in 1829, an gave myselfup to a lingering death. Hea'ring of tfi great success of 'he lndian's Panaea, howeverl, tin sas similar to y owll, I was persuaded totry it, as a last .9. sort. To nay great ol'rise, as wellas satitisfctiotl, soon foundl nyselfrapidly recovermg, and upon takint sevent bottles, tie ulcerahealed and I iecame perfectl1 well in the course oftwo months, and have remained so ever slee. I nmakecthlis tatemet pd wida it lpublished fertile hltefitof"tkor ewo hare suf'ering ueer similar ecelhIcmso a aiphilictici.ctiansI, tlat they letv kllow wcahl hcuresttcoe wiho has suc.ftd e.a'y ti;ihg klt death, sacid 'lh uasidersl hisa life sse.l bay tleahove sv. rup. WM. IIINIIA' CuaLscnrtc. July 11, t i3l. Swas allictc', foar yeseav with s ulsee h the leg, co. Sscai.cllv acwumiciuiaiol wll-J it mrrsipetnt icllamathac atal exeassive thita it i leg awd allele joint. Seveall euliltet ptcysieinoseeratead thirkill up lon it. hac.stci cttut peectassect heitchI.." santsc'dise fice cattle tlutlaet's I'snEaie atde periect sUae. MARGAIRI'E A WES'T, 191 Market For Sale by SICKLES & CO. Druggists, Agents for the Proprielola, n 40 Canal Street, Ap. 12--2 m WAMI HIGTtNY BAIL.;LBROOi Dress & Masquerade Ball St. Philip street, between Royal & ilurbon. THE Mallger offhe bthonneo d Ball Iltollgrnte li'd to Id frIJ¢lda lntd tle publicIl the , lllmral Iolled setlrlltage hestowld q l imt luopreverel aseUnoc, respl'etfully illuannp teti tilat Ith eataclld c aiicllill hta hre eollclge.o fr ilhe aih uselnotrl of vltsitura, ald i tll deregoe iocitllle. e roeairs. Il. bhr will he .erllaseol hy ntllll il qcolcity Oi liillrturst.c thie Ietoacurut re ill ho hept by Ihe nblect IRettcureater itt tile Ui;iceu Slace.. The mootwill re-opeo q0 kitlurto y svcenad, 3rdl o Neovemher nesxt, iby GRAND DRESS k MAIQUERAI)E IlAL4,. cod will take tplace sp cas1a perry Fl- oaiy, Vrimttes dlily" nt! Sullvrduy uvtng, luring ihe eetaonwis[itch V]H tand on tilhe I o of t clay, 1 e5ce N. It. 'iThe erealet tleton will he paidj to hkeep. tig Irbatel order thrucgahot tie eshablehcaset, ca will done last season. cet24 jihtcltSAlE-TCwrentity lihele, selicilaci eogrec Z`men Nid women, on tood terms for ccli) or good PsaerSala eoll bprcscnltiatii . t p ly at Ip 3 1. Jba b streast. S I TERRELL A ' MtE-Villa.fires, hnieo. ei ..oto.os, A A .n marsees posu ti I .rgtuZ , tie dpspiarqtui I'n loUt mtcre # i 'eseoi.fle. S'd.leteeer i Is rue Ot Joseph, No. 197, n27 It TEIitEf a. LAW BOOKS, OfTIIER on Obligatihs;i Sltephiens li Pledi.ng Olive on Cuuveyraces; roller on Eoecutions P Gown PRt. .rHip' PFmblauque om Equity Chaslery's .terrirlte tighto; Gould's Pl,'adics A laew aslaLly of the sImt ,thul day rreivedl byh -,,ri " AIgkX Ti'OW411, 49 Cglcs t as SOS'-In the oflire of the Distilct Court for the El First .ludicial ID;isict, a notle drwn and ob- gi0 scriibed h nay Ii.1oc Fertlth, to tlhe nrder of Forosyth, Goodwin & C. . ail by thel, ntm orned. dlaled Atrw Or lean, Jain. .3, 8ts3, ttavile in 13thi day of May, 1818, at the letlloanica' and 'traders' Bank,pnrragrnphed No. A vnrietur New Orleann, Jan. 27,11137, David 1I, McCoy, Notary Public, the omoe iearn naio tihe endorsement of [nol (iarge Illehatn anlid Joint Inogan, jr. nec 'Itis unot was reni a ed in a Intent anti pettiion, anil ice was lost frrw the Clerk's table. apr 0 will 'lI 1E Prll'::and he Pledlar or the a ege ofr Arietel by the t lnttttrlhe "ileiress." Flte l"erchant'to Dnghtlier," &c.. it 2 vol. IPublic and Private Economy; illustrated by obsenrn- rus tions miade in New Englaon in tmle year 1113, by Then- ne, doryt etglawick; oiart ind, I vol. lien F The Matty 'PItirof Ihe Tihree Wise men of (iotham: b y the author oflhe Dutcehannn's Firleido,&c A c. A now supply ofJaniell Novel tIe "llugenot." just receiotl nltd litar ale Iby ALEX. 'I'OWA R, a Ill ap 49 Canp t. B tltIlANS-1-2 cascs en tlnd lnoys p itrogns ndi. laJdiling i.rtt chip, Chcrleton, fcar otlc by ill I )ttI;t mit & Co, 1314 Mlgazine et na iFIt ICi: 'TO IREN'i'-Io C.lllllll c treeh tpptatita o Y ililtttl's littel. Apply itl WM. lcKEAN. , en oltt I erorCet Cnlp noild Colllltllot ta. e AFL.It I;ANS--JIIII I re~eivedtt few dcccrtoeaf I'of Tin Wo'fIr Callne-fllX,,t I--1 I- onil I Ib. SFor neie bly DAVID FELT & Co. apr IQ New York Sta.tioners' I1,11,24 Cha.rtres vt. ailANtIItIA t R(PF.-40i ctil, nocrlcted szeor, receiv- ri i ihg from New York, pCer ship Warsaw. For rale ne Siy S1A.LL & IBROWN, rel tiI) _ %2!5pogiillh tt. i I9lN a ,--pr1 h13 p icp ilv ilttlei.n ieenillg per ship - 1 lt charlolstin. For eloc Ile &.AL; & BRitWN, apr 10 96 Magazine tet. tFOR Ilt IOI'ON. C . i The gtttd s:lhoner WARIWICK, Captain ti t wtnts the llk ,f3lillltarrels t com- plete her cargo. Iur freilght of which or pas. s ige, sapply to S V & J P WiIITNEY, t ani 73 Camit at FORI NEIW VYORK. New York and New Orleans I.ine. Tillo new Shlilp 'I',AROLIN'I'A, Caplain i Stiilh, will cil in few dayts, hanvine patl of lier cargo on board. Fr freight of Ite re uninnler Ir paist!IlP-, y I+appl t tahi op illn Smith, npPIosh Ih© Vegrlalle e iarkeI orit I'E'I'Tll I.AIIII.AW, S l0o tptl g Catmpi tIret. eln FOR BlALTiMOR lE. . i the A t p ckelltchrtMOL.EIASKA,Capt - hr Ilwks, will aove dlesp.cith. For freight or St assago, e, lhillg fnllnrl i.ll ltliomnodlliOin apply it, i J p WlllITNI Y, Sapll 73 (aImpl aTN'II'El--Fcr the stean hulot lirillianl, Itl te a grors. Ilr t liltcit 1 )11 per lmollthi will Ibe given, tand tclt.lultltnlltltltlloc. Apply to iCapcait rt oin losre' ir tct - ADI)AtdN & WitVtI'AII., all 117 t(;rvitr et -C. W. IIE IL L, Attorney And Counsellor it Law. SIIAS L,,cle : hlnell'in Ih laulO, an i will practice iE il ttce i'ettttc atl so lllcce oftlhe I)i.tritel Court of ie Ito T li : f'rct exs.i i t llOer lit In Cngres street, two dotors below the resi tlcceefJc. A. Newiud IErt,. ntll if tt IL 'l lu I iatic llllcct , cIcI I ticic IciiwPrillln cill llolrlP is pu.tbh Ithe t vrtt nil filrcicl, tlnd fflrwnrll flte tcactint tto te at IIa,,ton litr payimUnt, C. IV. I. I. IEWý ttV IUItltI ATI'N.-Nirchtlt Nicklichytllt I. cc Jack Shei cocci , ccc, I. it lhgewoik'e s l ih ic .IIl lprivlc e Ornollnl v, illis e trctcic byl t observalllllo a llttulte ill E gll0,LC in tlhe it tlr 3lif--.l'lrt 3:-l(lnverscotion iI Nature anit il A ct,, ti:a ronl, nc I ril. hk Ih e onuhr. h ll' th e li. 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V 1' thic h h," ht s t fl w t ,t t t't t utt:nlt'ttb'c 14tt it - - l o illneltte ll bo o i" tioe halr o1 'cc rllliile, I)b b ,.Ic, hlA - lid The S. p riT ofthe Ihit Ii " , illn itrnlkr ii aij ll r'n ii iI rav rl it L It 1 ttNl tl It o-ol.i , , t , lltct l rl , i.t vcolt I w- 'I' . i ,th t uI -a lli ic c 1' .I ik.l.t lltt l ', Itt ll I. TI .a. i.f tttin ,I i . b s A de-rliplltl~ f o 1f· +lSl le hike +inu's lll. I teoIIl h lllli Pe l ek Hie, it- it ll c clt i.c-+,I lIcl.aIch c cl-ll i icto l it h o h , i i lttn & t cc S ill t I c lli iil llcrci i -i Clti ct, le e i a CI l ci)l .IIIII' ,1 +iiil c Ot I, e Qt1 11141Incoe c lclatc1bc e (;IotIIeIc" I; bclC 1 cla lKiby e&J5 Irt II .r'- ,, L leý Ii-l9l F IT :llý+--" i;i ,' ia ; .;.r- iit "'allc fin 1. I-iiruwk Ii c m dh e d "i . oles .ltoi,'k,+, tin Ih 4-.I browswn . st eigelcli ing t l oh ' lln . (;hlrlrshla, 1 r snh. lby I all, Itlt l lll ) E & 1'u, a" l . . .. . . . { - 1'n"'" . c I . . . Ub I ·INED Oll.l 'li.-Fl',reulo' lla M &' Wlll'lNI]', 73 Con y s: Iý S'tlN Il I'9I-lIlIl boor11 . I:Malta rluu+ I'ldiigg U and lr Salev iy S & 1'A'IIITNlSE'Y , arll 73Cnlmp at - PAULDING'S LAST- dc NOVELTIP7:S. T Ill 1Ierev rh oas tite Ti'hto w i 1e,.o tiof h.ulmi yI, Paalil. The I ri,, .lmIdhe Pedlrdluor tiria, eige of Itric. Iw k Atla,,,o tic' M1 tineer, by~ (;apt. CIbour.. 1pia fpl it, I y ad, aouvos 711,,,tIlv Cllulllll· Ire 5lellle'iai I~alelr The 11 shl, emit, by 11OI0v11'S, . o ·nllil:d 90hloao olgull~l~vlx An A It Ilety' 71 o lfg.rd I M g ' lr.iwuhy p v.11.'owl lt oleby Sh LL & 111111,' (oilll":II ii $ll Luxos elu'rrira iI blrayo itfir si dl IIJIAby SA. 11110AL 36 Aloit) at, all 1.1 .1lagazina at AVA fl AN I -1 ( bI agI.-Il audingr trlain shi r. ouis viii for.an.dI.3al b ly IIIAL & ISI1 VN, all 'iM Mongu0'00e at 1.1 A -2a ill bale Slot the' i ny, receiving front N ew l York, per hpail, EunIIrietter l f spile bY i oll. S 1. &. II& OWl0 N,6 lagazine M O AKU1:It OIL-,,. barrei No 1 , bic 71ui afore and 1 for sae b,) SHAL., L & BROWN,, ell :iii eellrMugoe a 2111 al kt:1.1.& p iO t N. c, lio Maaie, at4 o O AKU N-loll baleuls Nit 1,91)),,,, Rl 3Lussia uakulta in store and fukr rnl~ pIy all SIIALIl. & ISROWS, 96 i rllcox ine vt L s 1le byJ IlHYvt&C, all 74 1oydra. it 1 ) U K 1 a 1 1 oe ni t , ~.. d ol. e , . i yi , g a a l ue o b eey nil1 J 'I'IIAYFc.l Ac I',, 74 1'1ovd1·un at A.\'1'1.11--" 1"""'*"" l4o'"d part.,, (liC i ((e. A~j Iu m(b,vi c hadeumo. f~rlOr fur,,i.,re oism of, may ipd a Iuryibuu (,lty addrecsi..g Got this of~lkce, sllattic tatln+ Loa Ith, retwidta r, &e.. 21 Il 1101t1LL kt-Junt ree.'iod .t urge ilotlrltioprI of 'u r allto a ml p li,,,,,mbrtllas, If oarious tiioe' fo soda entno ,.'~ 'R'Un ,....m~o0~ 010',. (OJIOSII' (Jo. nil L n anlel,St rlU Sl 11 'Ivunun eloo wess tadr, .. crn pork, io I otore ld li~r ola l'y J '11121831 & c,, IIeC'L--ln o.,-k a (oua rice, luodigllg Irma., . 1~ Arabian, Matld fu sale by i) oil J TIIAV'E'11 Cc4, 74 I'nvdiltvs at in tIrr fur sile by j II IfAVFIt & C.,, qill__ _ 74 I'u lotl''iy oa j ilýlull' 1111111.5-ii0 bolui tls.,i.ilotu ed..ig blue .1,1110ll, Iieuioiii fruu, abi~i Chalestion, oIr cola b~y 0111 11______ 1 DG I~fE & Ci,, EW b D1.a i U"'l'GNS or cd'rANM.flf foot Jiloh oa' s wt e1,e. o~jil. ...ioimoir of lil if+an witiiigs,lby (larry Ctornwoll. lile ond wriii..gsa, coposop dl liv yi iioeif-illoo. iratefrIog, hio letlers aitlh elosiulal Iote..,aod horratit , by JIolhn. Lord Slhelield. 'Ihe Alt olf lteurg silk worm0 , ,raoulaited from, Iie ocrk ofCGaunt UaDodlo. Gittber"'. (eaalOPy of Etiluol allnd wles, w111 alp "l (bulde.litl's Ileistry ,11 I011 atn d (ood. 0ud10, trill. tiueinruus anld Iriginall 0o000 Ac &a, wilih illit. toulivis cirulura in.o s0.iperir siyle, In viole For ole.ati 111lKEAN, a10 earner Ctmlp & CoatloulotS ILv UINSI~I. E1t* S1 theo fullubollog g, , to order par 0111p ILoutisoille, lru,,, Newr iorb, will pebstt~obmrk 11101r rcoildenes kn1,0wn to ite clerk o "tllo vpssol. '1', 69 ,baeslohbaco. J in adiat.ond, 1 poaska oil. Ein do jb 10o ali c 5 barrls wlhiling. April 9 I '1ENu''lt;l.-Gjwsvu Not. 30, 90, 11018, 1731, 856, 111M3 1545. 5818, lt, Iti6li. 2903, 1084, 110111 31, 18.9, I59', 4:. 25:,188. Will inuue,linteals relrfro the receipts pkih for goods Rain slip ll}imiassl(+lti, t ill (buoefoo itt l7,.~N 71 `' 1 dat liraadv ma~krd Its 1 Fn.k toarlojil (4, t.r J (iregg, 'ul~la re I leg o.0rkpil Ii (iwl wia,utai nlll I matrk~tdI& GIo plaioraI Io liirre Ior~ delicr.i cilby lii.. ot',-0iy irilorooaiioa resectroiog iti,.,abae aill ic tilal.k:ullor o aivcl. I. II 7.A1.K, sinril S '03 ls.....i... i L 5AF s4IJiAR-Vnratoa qustsl.lt in-slus, and lfs salyby hr l-AlI. & I$I()ItWN, 9li Magazine street, Agensts to Lafyette sngar r finery 110, REWIARI). A BlENTEl D herself last evening, the slave girl MAltY JANE,. dstml 0 years of age, atd're. imsrkably white Giru aItve,. but weltnt stlken to hk a thS eccentofanegrese. .Ai ssupposed stel has been en ticed awayu by swlewlie Iemren. The slave reward will ie paid Ior her appreoheusoin, on ntppliention to al tI W COLI.ERTON. AI AUi ANS & Bot,.l8'-30I reasecomprising son Sextelsive aasortmett of man's aml Sboy'a kip and rueset bsegast.; sen'as calFtlnd kbilt tes; laien, nlia ses, lalld childre'sil umps niouse., s ll)ppers, aiel buckle lies, far rale by L Bltll)U I& CAo, ali 134 4tlgassne a. T1T'lr BANK New Odesans tflApdil,1839. AT A Meeting of the leardl oft lrrecrsom helds this L )v, the lltoewintg ReIsolatio n was unanimousll ly lteoolved, that all anotes under renewal in tie llBtnk,. muny be renewed util lthe first tday of D)eemlber nes oil te layment ofa curlril.enll o f 'wenley pr cent, and tile naual diescoant. The hoeard of I)irector re servilg ftll right to requite additioial seeurily i, alln cases, whlee they mally llll I isloecaary. nall it J I'AI5ItKY, Uhslhie. rHEi Iisrhe o Irash fllor osl-day is $67,perbasasn TU aceorlinlg to thie tsrit; tire bakers a lsall give du- rilng tir ns..sillg wehk (fvl Molslay lot iael.) 40 ou ce. ofllrcnd litr a hat. Ipreal of tew sretnd qtuality t reqlired to weigh 25 per cent. ilmore, vri: 5 tlees. april 6 C tiENOI6,Mayor. B IIIlIAI) .A1. ItIll"ECKS.,-JstsI receivedi J splettdid article of Itillianl Iolle tmal C'hecke. IIUSH & ALLI.EN, nprll Kxchalnge Ilotel, cor tt Charles &Commonr O SAI.T--51th s.lCk 'Iarks lrle.td Sdl, in acrns o( 2. Ill tlesol each for aul Ily LEVI II GALE. npril I 9t Cnommon.. 1r lliiEYS-:N)o bates Negre cash. esitale t5 dsh K esosstn, for saIle y LEVI II (tALE, upril I 93 Conlmon at LT UN!)S-Mlisaiaeippi Filllth taken at 7, Front I.e 1 v:o, lfr .r'ecerie... / IT0l Ttl( :Nl"--A I. ssie .s. Ite ...e.. lloor,e rclliel , y M,,earo. Kelly, Illrria & Co. I',l5Sess5ion Si - en on Itie toIt scrunlJn--apt ly tl, 1; W I'I'I'CIIArIP & JO " rTACFIT 'JR, .j2,ol cor l'ydras & lsMaganzille a "Ol'ICE OF TIlI4 PIEIIAN'S I , to.I oF NEW. OIII.E4NS . To n nee+ling" of the Htockii~hhlern of tlhi. inaritlalion dul Ih llrl itsta rit a 1ll lwinK gentleomen were t ulJy clecledl I) if-+l; loll illhill illulqllllirn 'lrei Iledlfiord, R II Irllnllt, Alllhoiny Prker, I. Spnll~lelbcr. )imim FIlimwoF, I pnello~ e, Jmoaolire. I lKnhilox N (oillinghnoiion A IVII ilo IIL liennett (I- hllelp, IJ lalholirlln I49llj'nj'o O1ltllIlel ."+wn rl. And ntl a IlljillI of he Diruelors beld on Ithe Etes nlihnol IIlia ?d hihliljt, ir lor IlIh'Ird wue -o iehle Prcnidntl l IS' WV oiinrll- , Il nloIcItr ofIf'huElu. Juiin Cpll ktollll, InIpecpU rofd \ c+ell, llont, &r.nnI9 SI. Trllcy, S.lrlhr. april 4 ii.l-;iu Il I, A C:OII', AGNIK 'lE INSi l I -.ANCE ! ,, I I,; j,,jnll Ii1ll i on, %Ie in Ninl ouivll e (hlean, . . I.'Atll . io , ,ll'l deno .Solriilt illr de niolle Inn lil- il-t ,l, II·III le [ ~llt l (Illrl)lldp jo I, I ioll nlnil. Alih. * 'Parke. I ',linjih j, , ."4 (;ll~lilllnoIo e A, W lifii II I. hennei (' 1 Ilhjmv, J N llnwilor n I) ,.4 ll,+++ . 8 .+r war. co I. A.l.r hll.r do I)irecrursI t.rc e le sir d)u ee (h 'ut l'4+ lt tl )N Io)1tllilnlllln'llI'i.inleot 19 ,. Woodr.ll; In. iver ll'rden maiisons I Al~nbkonojnpoh lonpt - c i j'n ni rroii noniii oe. Adril 3 1I19 E I. TRACY, if I M eifi-Q i thoin .e l IIeI4V';IIIEUX , aprll 4f Tehlnpil ilnle r !S1,3 UMlIEll. (:I.01TII~( -I c t-i n~r,el coln[,.}is.,.- n- .l S rielv e1 k of lllo tiIlil+. udon m q d Io he .eoon, foer In), 'by I IIILIIIIE & Co, ril 4 134 Magnzine a I3's-olUTI1O)N tIF COAII'AITNERSHII'-'TheM r "il l noro hi hreole e csinl l o'ween ihe S'lij crnljP rojljlnjh 0llvll'II [+lllo l'Ie &I(o. ly s in 11 1 Illjlo ljlll 'lllll I ojl d lllt ill O IS - heI lle l t urId WW - pri nI 1M II KFI.I. , It"' W I I l'I'N\(.A1i. - - yonon,onbjl acinn· i rll llAl' l ,,il,,ll, I ,i1dnll i pii ·h, ill init e L U rrl Ii 4+1'llnn,j lll+l14+ jj-onjjjjln i p~i., jnl, Iilojoninlie I u I .I ltllljl oll jl r I lnlle l 'ioe n an 40ii.,, jlilrllO ' , hi lh-, lotiel I n.'enelr . r m . i !jj 4ropo ylV I)4 Ao elll IE 1 l t l tU) iI Fl L , A 1, i, i lll' ,1 Lll .it lqiI~ lt +.i(l r h ill t e . 4u l ih't, n ,( Ca Dri.c pSoo, n i" . ply oI; h l, e,,h ,l.,I l+ i.l.b e an4 in or h ni r hIIs o nof th ll hr ll i r II I 11)11+ ftlnj., jIIoJ jnl ,j I jj 'il nl. - ' eol)y, 110) brIb'loo'ljjjfl bluepl' i i lllll I ' il lls, ' l. nllhcll l ll jVr ll ol n llll I1ioll rt, w Ili i t jll o 1w0 letll r of Lne llnt.ho o I sf l rj~ jon ,,at i,-s mnjjnjll 110 h o udoEdanoft Thnbijj )jjljjbje ojrfk nca n i hdos na ti nr to 1 1 A rpie s opnil II I 4I I u KI. _ on of the-51 termn, ph raslekv an subect ann c nI I AIIA; IITOWAn11011 Dtni-oem Vi ts Prci ce rled Sc filll tl 'ilililti v i lrat o Calca rioqar ) lll, h e klJl)ly 0 ilJ, ll)n uhejk Nom., Elwt . no u npril I c +r CfmIt .Y * ea l note &i1,*)~ i--I'lo)'lnbplin, nfir moode -.bv~ ~ o nlinlllinljno5 on ndllol ooleMiq{ ,p ihtte t I 441 w onjea i l-A'l*:El. foji,-- lo.o nlAk4 4 iil .iluo0otl the corn 'r nj-on) bun lIo d loennololotot. otwl aiil I lN fC i oIt ie -ns JI'llutilu, rph'ndildlv cr#IvtveLlk ht I~ulr~l~lluoJll lie U. Slrwn sugr, lll, qudiU , on, a ll ionl n WIilo l ono, In o1 o boll A1 i Till) A:,th- lno o i ol I nonloot'ui oldltmn-yoihdeclot.~mroioye re IL ':,\'1~ Fl I':ll, ur~.lic _llib1· 141CleliY io-renll im ol ( ElllE-ll( oft uI ll IilairOllelet and. Ri ao r II wlu i oul'lI i i 'l0 w looby of l utltiOm Oi .o o jjinju liiijjl puh.hed, ntiil Eoelo,,l o. ae sena i l o ho iiiijjjll orllfiodo rl iihlj c nod h I ll eeli r, sInto "N.ar eos~remt non onIv I ojb inia-oi-lhlv or ly ha• RIIeutIIIP uinl+ lnooaribnble and ho~ly *e leraiii% wikh wo liilleh "Mld~llrll8q IIIHI 810 nlllllh hlElrlhlv prjty him olentPd nloj nl f ho l Illnljtllnt olimne willlk rp.llneo4 bIy ninel lgonolln+ator le iaill al it. hon.o all •it.Ii IrinoljlnYfbqI 'IDolo vojluoble wurk 000 he Ian of no A 'rtWAR, 49 .p I! IUOOK KEiEI'INGI. tI- EIIt7IIANT)4$'t<nkn, otid all persons wlmii rt. 1.LI jlirieo knnwleollP It lnloooo lljionlno in iljonoij'llj o I(f Jlotjh Ko.llIng will loIlll I " ('j,ll'n Ilhlj K,'o+jijjg; Porololno Iloljh Ileping (lonj,-lll'a I|to li KellijA l nlll co0.l C 1i 4' prino . h\ ' g 1ll l t lll i Intro N I)unl I hI o K, ellleiloonljj rIll joolu I24p0 ce4 conlll 011, loollni lllntNaliofn),ll~lbotr Hroaoior o1 u, tznl i-ohtooje to I.oI oJllnlll in die Utiiod Stotno, by 1110 Iton Iulotonlboin. Jnogej-netoej sod foti-jroby • ,11 1 ALI:X 'I't)WAIl,. Co.plcu,, V+ioljo jolnol 1 eolooiF I 4oal4 p 00 Ni "noon no'lll Co olsI i n I jjl. C lot n i dilll' Il'jeojloj lj olcolen o llotld AntB I ejl o dt \ i'ilhoilt n o+jdnril iOn, llr l~rt l e IIilto d|l lijlo ll onollll jjjl4 ill-ot[lng protean. aod la•rt !pill nib ALno llTnoOlne , 49craottpn Ilneloobol Aln~ljlojmnop~l 'loblol; ctnnoqing thle 4100 V. tljoi), jjrnl jiol lnd Longolie I~ogoithto Alow $jjji lj' l, illgolol 1 4 nloo tioll Veset Sioblv tn ilh'i I olnl lognrjllllo, on d oloe onlopld eite old I.ri ll ,I) ol Iil lje Illt nlj . m I Sntnnd'nllno I-inj AIId plpliooion nf 'looinfoano 141a Fjo noje y Wit jI)oIEAt4 pnill F.iin n Cmpa oad Coolo ori yullnl ilini, Ilc olc e.y AIIi.AIng4I TRI3, ll iril er ia I - ii Loaidihmn. rop Wislnprll AJll)i (Ecnps nII Veod'riAlKO oEA ii'uliOI IlSlyiid hl r 1 lidl le, eilioent'or of IiCoi l~liiJN~ Miiqe l he Iill)lb el. w~i· 'JChooIU-,Fl IuilllillgO 04 Noo~nt101 shel Fonaj~- Nin llollnqol h Ali Allllllto 04i1 ooellh ooon f u e; 01111 jooon0 &o. 'Ilon wblnji Inkaing n 'Foot 144 the I v.llo . F~li l'lrn Dloeolooo1 Sini'nbjjno, 1ie54 o Ir 'lIon Hpiri- of Iihe Eo--, Illut.-lod itl e Jooll of 'oo elranollolgllllqoclroehgon A CotiMul Tuill b II Uoq,thqi-t, Log. boot~ eeooied nod for onlob opr] I " .EX. ToWAr, cg I) M|AloNI -100 dl.ht'oo h loelbolnen pEls! -~y LEVI IIIIrAL)' LTAVh i lfA SI .I awiAlejn otielsuad do foe hijlo .U 0 oi J e nII El h 9[46'uine I lTohei0pirh oT t fe E l ohllu.rIitn hi osres o 9, 1UIqiihqrll ,j RII~Fn. FHll lll r j e lid For eae |) I IlD MADE""9IR"A--|0 d~81,ln~enBlaekbu nilM

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