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

April 16, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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th SprItl 1839. of L 5, '-. ,* P for Poe arWn, • 1 ter it" mj-d, r'al*e ter st Merk.,, . 'J a W Stillwell co kan, Maer N tse., Maester M ,rk, W re. f ,, r r ...e . *uth.e. Ashley, for aew Yorkmh. " RLIVALS. " `.". t- ' " April 15. 189 hcip.Charltmogre, Boliver. erl Arnold Welst. sn5 ora, retereed tothe cary with he brig .Jambs. serr S Ppll Ba, ier w poll. haoing oIwed to 1+ h rk Hia1ld.y fhr Lone returnedr to the oity l~toil ln Hooatlvll e.. i.p iledo, hrig Mall ond Behr - L4'E." ISISthe har a. 14th orlt, at ntot. Nothiuo io hip Hdta lr, I de, 14 days feom.New York,to B W l, IS e ay s fronTerk's Gend, to C R nll.-- '@ + is.u"e ". If·?Uch..20ki ld f, y om Reto. t o A Trier oa wadA n., Nahkw,from the I oti e, at the o4o aa uer. vio, Shp, 18 dys from New.urIp ... to the m Spe rr, hWi cndler, m eor fod. .alpest. , to + A'' T .ihlhr. C a.WCargen, o elou e pevine. ý.i] renrk. Irwi. from larkvile. I , ii, 8teki. rrom ByoTer Bon .eo , ,t Ll; t Lob P w, r. from p t Lou a. o i . .' 0 ISL . .. .o r..Car. e. 4:700 bhehr .Pe eghr A ":ai,id 2 str60 hfe - rro p ,3 lc - hat.eotto, hol . teor. le 0 S "he ettre, ta rr, .r serrharlicek 1g N. E ...O.. S.iP r . sh rE e..C lro, 1 r11 o lo.sW , ia-e. :"' dRli.Pahn, r,1o ll, -u dry o . ek ot tonl, .bff.. trlo o o. . . E.W . Y 6OR ..Pr Chr UWt her . bh68olar ted mrg " . Mpiq i 5 mamaw ap +.+r ,redtr. . boom 21d"l . ". " ·nn drysld, d.r ironi porrrs ky ?MATTAMOBAB Per .os n LoCsl.00 balm p.pr. con, l.*. lor M ryd.V sugarricO 4 hll. whisky :+" I.LVAP.UNA..Per rsel, lmulC-hmo. . 70 tlal -+pork, h 'r d lo whikoe, 17 .on k but ikey, 4 rd r ITI. TE.P-..Pt ehbrh( I'.rloe..Cnrgo, 99 bhhd toba-eo, 9 - . - sI lle , 110 , gungour. .y TANPIO..Per .rhrh Roe -Curse, 60 hl.:red win+. 17 di In" . ' • 6de r . 1. ghinus, ir 0-be rutslsl, 'U0.00 f, ý. "' l. , . E ll ot n II ua·r .e .s,' ALVlMTON. Per" deem paekel CpolI mb'a..Nothingbrit + ý . pr larilerm . " + '.. W YOIIK..P elrhlp Nuihvllle..Carlgo, eorted merch-eo srt to C K H*nmllt h. ,IIOTOV..Porl,:hr+pleelnid (-ur, oo; 23 hl. tt. 640 bi " • h at* . 136 packagtes mercheldize, 136 NE.WBURRYPORT..Per'hip Flnve..Ca rl, 375 his pOlO S- el" •t,, and lerr 0hlldlen hay, to uter. NEW YORK--Per Iblp liuntoilll--Catgeu relorted mice. - candi e. ' . RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE cii 1,uni·ullII...F'..,,.m IIlaluluor..Cuugo, 213 1,1 louu. 29 wi baleW. do. Cuali. A fuddundouff :t bole, cotton. 'thos flurd 1y. 13,ucuk uln 3 bou.. Lu,.o,,. hds Ltob.ao, A H Wulluce Pro &uo.lbul"ucottu. Iurks. WaLt 4Ac, 9 iu, Caldwell Jr to flky. 6huad beef rul.. owner Aboard. CL.ohaille..Per st Le,,r Clarksuill...Ca-"g, 7 hhd. tobuu- rat .u0.ForsytLh Llmerickr, 6i hAAAo. N a j Di. k. 8 h do. u. I8Adaduguar177 ha dour. Yeu fuu & co,3. hdAtub.eco,. *nd . SI.o.. Tatu Tats & IloupAil. 5.5 Ad. tobAcco. Maddox. rigl >P uo. t h.L do. A H Waliue uA do. If hliA do. P.1', Con A uuB6d,.I ,u& Crud.uAw, 1124. .do A I. 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Watt r o,,. 5 h8Ad. ci 6uL.ulau., Lfl baug.s couu4 11, ud kegs muenAntaizu. 8 bAl. *,tgu·. J A. Wuthe., 8 Ibunde. uLti... h uag. meuAdia.u .. loH.g&. b. 35 hAu. cutton W Flower. A ban speci, Berlo, m-I *'Haokney. 15 bates epic u, owner no board, 6 casks, bacon, ) 1075 pig l.' CoCpL rull.... . , Cluuinnu .,Ptr seuum, l..uiuut,,u..C.ago, 100hisfllou.oG tic Ibu..y,3 uauA d rrut. E ware, IV Bluu. 5 bA'.. punn n Fagu.J (LLu. Llu 111 hI. pork, I uusk auron. 3itds.u lurd.a.?3X5 hi8uhikug* . Luudu, .o uu Al A. P I Dupi..i.. 348 Al. Put whlukuyJ Fullu A &u.4NIo Al. poruk. bla ulutuL. I hadi hnAu d uu40 guuLa hous, Fi it u b. 4A7di 1f1 Iiuo, J It Fiuld Leu1 3 bin A1. gg..(St us., 56 Id i lg. 5 puir ·IuuW a buy- o boxes furnitureD Mason, 50 his ork. t5 do dour. rd ;IC rllr, 39bls egg. At Aloora, 96 bolesl cottoo,8 W Oakrsy Cu. Ibl couLon,.Carr.I 8 TI'uuIuuu. qil ý*-LenM..iLu.6.u At Louia. Co,.u,55 pig., WhiAingu A oA Ut,'AutL8A Ae.. Lshot; :10 do ,ar lfud; J W Suuvlllubeuu9, I I a. bilbu..A t. 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(iGo,3muu wu t.u uy. Jeh:rury, B 1.y.. -u $uauIuu.L4 ,,utu. wed c* Jjl'iir.uu, D. u.,a, biiI~uuMluo Primaruend Ilul, Wand J Ogaqu.udsod. co Wooulwud3lahiio.., CfuBuAenard. w uy  av a-Moor, D D nruarau. P%§PENGER8. Ptiii.G~miF Fakin..M".U . W ROsa r C H B..dh. Ye~r vcu*w Clarkrvlla:.M'a E....I.J, M.s.,,. Wbitie6, Ctne n, I."w. Giirlsod and; of Fisher. ra *SSdi*W,..Mr flbrld.. LIay ..ld 2 ser*'l 'lpirtJI Hart, f Co2ad. J M.Du.tL;1 Gijb,,tt W H ..,r .p Iq1-& d H Cuta i ,.G WA.M2,k. J f 2rnl4 8 t Rudy ilrµ.r Cno water N hlswwno R Marian; 41 P.";'1'h '7 C~rat.2fhlH A Hart. 22.,II..y, W t'aar hR 1 ýlD2221¶y T g. I Willia., J.lu.ou J p ISM "ý atemar ffai~ A 1 lutdrwta; lies Uldirrod; *Ig; JA A I.wy & E "y. (0! N ile m.. N.. yý{tta a .1bk Han..Eaetb'U~ 4i P Smith. WiI.... `Pirt1ýýMa Nt I (will-HIM Rrothautony i R ..,...rto. W j·Whtuah; lhl Hiri·( :IIIhr1 ddiaua:Fasa )b...; r:' d 'týii;?irlourrCar iiwIiJIJCT· ylut i J i M. C~lowhrin..Cernweltk 5.dJ; J RrounD,·: J A 5-Nuidan; 4 Moltdui f) RudrkiC My.,. J D.l. 8.) 23w2IlrC C...wp; P MH.IC. Thor Al!n;'. B~l~tG=F Codata; W DC. W Bte. DMahe .. Tb..i'y; J P..,; P "k .; W C.ar 0.05;'a 5..m..C~l. 2qb blb.S ThL.. o 1 A ~l.Itw-twns I..NtbM4 4 ...I' , N*hoa , P&..MsM. *0.3.0. ,. ýp,.W~r ", onall,.R~ra ýt UL w J MI M6··r; aid t G.)vertoi fat 1010w a. 601, a ' rrRiuTaSqarolytsirý .1 wd ..e. lot Y br3 S 4 .9519- 4 93 .ma ap' D7iti i li D~bOW tllW ' " . r a str se ,. sat'a.poLt. -we fr OR, L OAN S no STUESDI AY- APRIL is,. I6 3, . co rluntals uASnracreasq.-.T' ro gre at staple of Ie thics late, contoen which "inf the raw." is a mine of Ico wealth to the raiser, hl heretoulore been shlipped In the. 'manufacturer and reolhipped to this place, before it could be converted to useful purpoese. Hence we the in conosuers had to pay a tao upon the article which we I we produced-the enst oftranesortatlen.commissione,in- dg surance, in short a vurifty of expenses which may he ,a saved by hjviig it manufac.tured at home. Our clinate i of a choaracter that cotton tnbrice are admirably adapt oedfor almost every purpose. For domestic wearing ti apparel, and itn fact all domestic une, they can have no superior. They form the most lasting and eheapest and the neatest clothing we can give to our negroes. i Until very recently, there Iha been no maourtemtingo eotablishmeol in Louisitna. It is true sotne of the plan ters,especially in the Attakepas, have employed some n of their oarplus hands in we vring a ooaroe cotton fa brie, known as eottontad, enlored with very simple .dve,or of the natural, unbleaclhed white. The utility I of the fabrhi having been tested and proved. a spuriono article has poured.in upon nu, fonn the northern and other manutactslries, a'together inferior in point of dh. rability sad exeilrence. but easily imposing upon the caoal "or skill-lessexoaminer. However they are likely to lie upphlulmd and driven fromn the market by the in troduction of an article manifectured in our city, allo gelher equal in strength and texture to that woven by hand in the Attakapna, nnotl much superior to the imitq tion we see piled lp ton the counters of tie retailers and wholenlae denters. S Mr. B. Whitney, the pioneer oftmanufclturere, with a must commendable enterprise has erected a large and I omplete Imanufacturing eitablishlmeot on Tchoupitoo lao and Rolfigni streets, which goes through, by means of machinery, the various operations of pieking, canling, spinning, dyeino and weaving, the common, twilled and double twilled c,.ttons,ofmanot excellent quality. Specimens were exhibited at the mechanic's Fair, a week or two since, which very tar eulpaseed i'i excellene, any that were elamined, which had been manufactured elsewhere. Mr. Whiprey's machinery tis beautiful in its finish, compact and conmprising all of the latest improvements. The labor employed is print cipally female, and the wages solmewhat higher than at the north'; yet froim the circumstance thot the raw tna terial is at hand, and has not to run the usual routine r- hefore it reaches the manufacturer, the fiabrice manu r, fictured by Mr Whitney, can be afforded at as cheap a | rate as those imported, and when their excellence is consliderad, ot a far cheaper rate. Y He.hould heeincouraged. His monuofactres should he inquired for and preeered. He leos nbldly stepped It forward and attent.d the exlperimlent, whether tmanu a. factures can thrive in the South, 'I';t he will succeed we have nit doubt. Such public spirit will not be suf . fered to pine and perish tiroolt cold neglect or itldifi rd rence. We expect to pre a detgrOu f competition o a'waened which eannot fail ti exertl most beneficial 0o, inlluence. We can suocessfully comlpere with our an torthern frieinds even in moannfactire, if e only tthiink n '.o, and Mr. Whitoey has taken such psie ais winl go far to prove it. AMRICat Vrruecr.--'hi Florentine laldy. who ll claims a liheal descenot from Atmerivo Vespucci, comn- ei mtonlyealled Amtericup Veespltecie, who gave a tinrte le to this continent, is now n our city. There is some. RiO thing romantic in a female ftrscakmg the land of her 0100 nativity and seeking a home among strangers, from thot whateorerause which may have induced to the steap tvrr hut more no on account of priaeiple and an attachment citla to the cause ofliberty. The extent of her success in petitioning Congress for grant of a corner of land, and F citizenship, may be gathered from the following a.ticle. th which we linJ in the Globe. Without questioning the ed I propriety of the act of Congress, we may be permitted that to any that she will find a welcome among the Ateri- acts ran people, as will every fair liberalist who desires to mnake her home among us. If we cannot in justice and right, by a public measure, carry out our generous imn pulses, we have an individual gallantry that will not ad turn a deaf ear to any fair petiliner. We trust that mai America may meet with that private mnificence which Ion our national legislature could inot in duty award. The thi Globe says: "This lady it is well known presented a petition to Congress asking two things-first to bead- foe mitted to tlhe tights of citizenship in the United 9atds t el and secondly to be given a corner of land out of the public domain of the country whichlt Lurs the name of her ancestor. The Committee, to whom her petition h was referred, reported agoinst both applicatioos, but Pi on grounds tio way personal to tile petitioner. The lle citizenship could not he grantsl, berause under4hr Constitution of the United St ttes. Congress can only n-nke general uail uniform rules of naturalization, ap- of ptlicble to all persons alike, anld not to any one in par- Cl tienulr. The corner of land could not he granted, be- ar caus there was no personal service fromt the petitinler for which it could he a compensation. In reporting against tihe application,the committee hi on public lande did atmple justice to the personal cha racter of alndame Vespucci, her intellectual and moral qualitis, her liberal principlle, and iher descent from 30 the celebrated Americus Vit arcius; and recommen- tot ded her to the American people for that Aeylum and an eatablishment which was not in tie power of Congress to giant. Immediately after the report was read in the Senate, nil anational suhecription witas onlmnenced fr the benefit ak of Madame Vespucci,to lie applied toward procuring her a home and support in the United States. Sena tonr from every quarter of the Union subserthed. The th amount was received Imy Mr. Haight, the sergeant at arms ofthe Senate, and preeeited to her. Many others C placeId in the hands of Mr. Haight other snata to he T presented to her ; among whom we have heard the names of the j htdges.,t the Supretn Court, several 'oemlher and asome ciiens. This in the com sonde ameat of the national subhcription recommneded hy the ci report of thoe committee on public lands, and which we presume, is now open to all citizent who in the lan ruage of the report, may wilsh to aid in prcauring that tO home which Madame Vespucei desires noaogna, anp di which Congress could not grant. Now YORn MRRR.-Wel have heretofore expressed in our opinion of this hebdomadal. It is certainly beauti fully printed and tastefully arranged, and it is ehatac terized by a certain degree of excellence; but it has no 5 J claim to exclusiveneass,either in point of genius or eci- i tical acumen. We neversee in it any thing greet. If writers of distinction do contribute, they seem to let themselves down to its level. John Neal did, a week or 0 two since. write ftr it a graceful fairy tale, actually ° hbending under clueters of beauties-hut then John Neal " trarely writes so, andl combines so much trash with his P exqisite idealiams, that his name alone will frighten of h thits readers who admire his rambling, disjointed, dii alI eursive, niP-hand manner lens than we. The Mirnor is Sasn agreeable miscellany, and is about as good as the majority of novelettee s attered over the country in one or two volumes, and labeled "itlea." It is not altlge ther fair, to bhreak a Lbuterfly on a wheel," and so it is hardly proper to subljeel so bright a periodical, and one that has enjoyed a tomuch sunshine as the Mirror, to the rules of ordin ry criticism. Yet we cannot forego an I upportunity of pointing out a sniall mistake to which its editor has fallen, in a critical notice, on the 311th ultimlo. Speaking of the " Iuino of Atllens" and other poems, by G. Hill, the editor sasy: Si''"The. Huina of Athens," tile aontest poem in thlis ele g ll niy pinted volitle, was, ne we learn Iront the pre lTce, e oeg acun l Pirotta in 1838. It is written in the a SiwPOserin itnta, and ,ltaitti many passaesa o tin P eumon beautoy and pwer. 'The following is not an unfavoolahle speclmen of its t ple: ,se "The oo it up--with ld and d dewy eye lPeerp, lihe a vetai ftent ' er cloister. fr h aI h lshing heightms.t- the gray peaks on high on s Lilt her ,i altasm iiia Ie cRleor blite mirth; Tii, 'it lchuds arend, in light winds brne, that ennae Y .e I lden wth flgrat.cP; ndfral iron each hliglh.pldce, Whre every gol i lttrn har lound a homre, Nature emdas up her iuclser, anl ther face tUoveilstollmtiwhmueshrine a ddwellingoall re pace." SNw w e that we wee n ot a little surprised wr- then we saw that Mr. hitnes Sergeatsl, who sauonetimr . H. writes poetry himself, called the thove " A Spenonrian 413 Stotza" It i a "mntst to-favunrble epsaeei,e" in S.doed..in tim Speiaerian Stancto I h.fuuNrh M.l Wilt mlinerihymin. 'The fact tlti the metro it lbpab';'ta thie e tese t es tine line, wltle the list aieoisenr an, does not eliutit i Slte aerItlnelta S a. It'o ina ntw to us titat the Critic otlli mItied u irtatl . ted/eed",erlip tp eat t a djfn4da, ethat r eye elI, nin.. .e he diMd eat e v'H s aea utit Ia. ited iaj riau lti.a." 'We qote fr hitc cope-. S4 bilflt tameelhiag n near e spam.nein Suana ie taeiu tdl, not havingSpenaer hynrte; idtnolnear .o.h tl grateet eamlentce in timnoe eity of our tm i.v ! e' m alrthe fresh so lap ned ,wilighi boer, " hfir iillmtirllew tilhe glie iteln - f- sluods with liilt airsa enpueamd, and eil hwer c Or etarlight dews, prare, petotatatd mbtw; .t AtLd:dhekign 'ertthe lttmerial ceane - - al Tihamld hoeder of hepr eil, Itpner le. , e) Widb.,ao haelti the d owa and litrntgreae; hfp While the tmt stphyei Iheir tmill .nogn iorfulod, Atad 6r-id n idlere slejyl end Ustae 4h' n'er waled fwtpsnus or nTn Lottsi&A pals: -t I eeodier, lam le tin other relt uion, quoted srom the little mnenral, tne sle Cadd6 Pte Pmlrs, s par.graph lii which was a coies- re on of igorsrine on tlie tebsiett but itill Applauding m" it ti the nexesis of the veot po.werh y the Governor. This militae was called opinion of the .untry press on the Gover- Coo not's Veto or anne Auth stuff. The press, itis true, has n not said a great deal,tbnt when il hbai spoken, the tone forite coild not he mistaken, We. shlrl, from liise to time, re )arin publish these not eas from the counyItry Ipres, fr the inmate if espet. I benefit of those shoilhink the veto has been pl et ilaswolowed by our fellow citizens, without a wry face. means SHelre is a small specimen fimo time Opeluusan Gazette: nhen t Ihe State has isnsued her hand. to a large amounut, t5 hi o in favor of the pn ertc LantIs.. under the express con- agag r nditinn that tiesve bondso ld nol be mid under per. a nolln Can this eondidon be olherwise connsrned than into a Iaves dseclinrtinnn in thee punrf tfhi government ohat no linds in he under its aulhority would tenefin iwardl be emnitted ttwa s wilhmn suUch a clnoote Was not tiat clause first in- csmcu sere-d for the purpose of giving value to tim secorities An tand gtonrdlni the bnyers thereof against the del re:ia oun lg lion that mieht he occasionned by over issues of such them State curiie overnor' V to Message. lY Such appea he to he t Governor's opinion, ande if in be correct, he is entitled to the exclusive credit od in" t firsl t disclosing, the imnportant truth, that tlheenergyn- ,e n tarariae iad-industryo I.ouiisana, are lettered or eens time to eon, twoor three banks. No matter what a scheme of pubics improvement isa l.on foot by its ceii fa- 0 -'w nomnatter what profilts it s y secure, or blsesings it ma nlrtconfer-all eiort to achieve it. most he vain haid ie fruitless, mnls it is lmrseculed by individual labor, and Ca it by individutl capital alone. TInh State cannot lenda , s bhelping atul, eare she has previciuslo pledged her iahe faith, to serve two or thrse nornhrneiots.a In additionn ilth tad tim many exlusive lrivilogees that have besit con n aI i- Freemd upon hone itsllttisons, we nlaw diusover the snane ine lanrning trinth as rcmainirtldby the Fxecutive of the Statea, tlhall.thy al they alone, are entitled to the pri vileqe nf arvailing tlnm0lvetn of the eredit of the iS Slne, it- hnot the samwe ncncent lhat his Excellency i asserting Ito- lis novel Itirilie, we asee Ili contradlicting it most M tyemen icall, by eionilg n bill auBeorizine the issling nr of tate bo. md, to e the mount of $1,5h0,00. ins heli 1lct thel scanctioled i rn 'atl, which inl me teaslre must he ptoducive of thle very orlsequrnceps which-h lle seemed so much tno droeptree. I thiautofu inns then a ie us i hingo ned tshow plainlye that hIls ep ireheau-ti oft Int i hiu-y to the credil of the luSte, see Imalow and ucsin and crri, anll tt they rea hinl tie puryl thyteltfrlg ofont Pu on- whoiknw that hl le thwartig tla will f tnim piopl te I bd and violating his moet solem n pledges. p m Toxas -We are indebted to Capt. Windall, of tihe , m, steam paicket oaulnbia, (which last evening arrived faig et ftrmn Galveson, having ntads the rnl in 48 homlrs) for we.' is ston opapers of inhe 1th, and Galesv t of the hits inst. We note the only ihe l of importance. SC. H. Ramey, one %lf tine editor of the Cininnati S ry Republiean, died in Galaeston, April 9th.ta I of The British blarque Ambcansdor, Capt. i)tvidson, ean Swa to sail flroam Galeston for l.iverponl, with a full it 1at cargo of coltlut, (folm the hIous of fdcKianrey & Wil-pe ei- liams) said to bie of tiet bet quali, April 15b. th in ' The aeditor ol the Galvston Gllaette, tates, that a shot 0o greater amount of live oak is to be fould in Texas. in Sa than in all tie renainig alunt of the world," aiend is tlnks thaI it will shortly be eatenaivety exported tos Gmreat Britain. aid A puhlic meeting of tile citizes was cailed ot Gal- ln pe v c-ston, for the 13is inst. Io adopt measuresa for the sop- r. Ot- presiun of gamblin in that city. ted A lArTe umber of estigeanEt hs, pLerhasn arrived at this Wit a port durin the poast teat da. llthn ever hewfor ill the sitse Wh rpace of line. Three elteuna pickts etld several tilinig oee i e- oe a Ilnsearrived fnt i,ie ited .ilten no that peria; uln Ce olrtheml B'row dd, cat all briotaga repectl.,ble number of icial preseoger. A urse Iluotll or of atire, have a'o arrived. in ae one t ea e a inulu iltivi lo tul brigingth about n ixty. The proas A ior ceeuof Texas were .ever Ihaf ia flottrilug s alt lre.nlt. st lik A it!Ulldel bllildiad orw tolnIon upellbhrucilllg lin haot.elso neo tolaniec .nd private dwellinga .nue or tw cotlal pre-o*e are go in ctoesllatill. I. rge qualet Ini of contou are arriving fir 2 trnlolourettiol to Entlaln, nod it ii iaid th.t two .t ller vs el are con nieorly llle fronm Liverpuol...[ Galvetona Galate. h Tei cenmplly oif adlndiaer ltt wfs formerly etiued at t Goizreslhai ehen lelmovedot tuthe wnclnut poriats, aboat o3 f etrllilc. nhvethat plance. T'lii. istheupperintett eltutaen a a til e Giadatlollpo. l olr. Dauncy, from Pexnr, has informed u.s, that noaroy Oi0 teln Mtiexic falllilies have recentll'y removed to thdt city from thea ,ine. Rio (ilta nde. ally of tll ns have clllennced tie cltiie iont In , of the "Rtlllltho near Itertne, that have teet lhts waste her silca thr uommenelent ofthe revolution. Every thing ina fromt tl semiuu wears tIhisinpaealae of tranqoilliny and propan. rity. The trade with Meximo is still condnucted withoat in- 1St stai teroopthic. and I staeonlng a source of great proatto thea 0 entin of zaler .., o~ult·.TTl. not sinl sin aala.saT and Flon.-A Gore7ry otnre, with ins colets t, situated on d ile. the Levee, newar the orner of (Cnli street, wis desero)- the the ed hby fire last evening. For n short tone it was feared H itted thtot in flumes would extecd beyond the store, but lthe ni- activily of the firelme happiily prevented it. he o Ve-a o is Good at Gueseit.-gTlh following i-n from pI tim New York Spirit ot ite 'l'ies :- : It " will he god news, i true, o ll playgoer., that i a distinguished tingle actress, who aotnn years since wt that married u Aiue, icu gentleman of fortulne, and retired in, i from a hen stage is ahont to re-appearupon it. How-.n ever we may dotp thi e tmisfurtlunes which bave lad to ie this result, and rympdthioe with the feelinga of the inn leda Iady, yet notting c uld affnil mines i.aeosut to those (coil n I le tlenltr, dilntl again to n r,.et iter inaline oif i e mracles a on which lle wh s u lonivallld. It is supposed i l ns site io engaged' atthe Nationol, ittanoaelt. an the iThe above alltdeo to lMiss Phillips, ot least we guess 3mef . .' shell he lmong those wlho will joyfully greet n t her o the boblrdo again, although we regret witnh friend Porter, tle cauases wlnich ender it expedient tlhai he eeshould again laboer in he fiere vcieation.. oly ITH Anieros' BENF.lr.--Let not tihe gl od people I II 1ap- ot our city forget th:lt 1r. Lee, the Ailist of the St. at pear- Cllnrles, takes f lIenefi Ithis evenlng. If e Is ones he Ir , be- ueasured by his imerits, he will bave a eromdler. bonller ( --- - --- - ------ fitnI On tihe night of thie 41h. a large frante stable a in oittee burned il Brouukliv, and II horues perished. cha moral Therse arse now building at Quebeso, L.. c. 19 vessels of from 3f0 Ito 900 tunta each. Alsol, ate large sten m ship aofl400f imen- toans. The In1l numhberof vessels constroeting, is 20, i m and od tlte tonnage 12,70. _ nerera--_ The Whils of New York mfird a grand sallute n the night of the 4h inst. in honor of the victory in Conneen ticunt. REAL ESTrAT IN PHILsanLPHrIA.-The Gazette of the 4th eays: "The property in Fourtb street, between Market and Chetnout, p4Jt fat tromt by 72 feet in depth, wna eold on Tudy evHnin, by M. 'Thnmae . Senn, fiw 33,5011. The houe ea the tot ar seoeniteredolf little value." We have heard that rabid dogn hare been seen in our city. Every one haring any of the canine race. shonld be careful to keep thea at home and not permit them to roam at large. Stray dogs are in great langer of certain disagreeable annoyances. Flour wan worth $. 62 a 65 in Cincinnati on the 3d inet, and Whiskey40 u 40). The Cincinnasi Post aays, that there is no doubt but 58 milae of the Turnpike Road from that city to Lex ington, Ky. will be omlnediately put nnd. r contract. The Ascension Ler~ld say- Slop the Thief.-On Sunday night last the workshop of Mr. Fauquier wr. entered through the rear and robbed of n considerable quantlty of tools, consisting of planesnraaws, etc. many of which were sttmped with his inltial.-" W H F." This perhaps may lead to their recovery, as the letters cannot be very easily ef. faced. A lnat belonging to thle American harque Anrora was espe.erd in a eqeall tl Campeachy, an Ihe 17th ult. and Alexander Bursley, J 1. Couaeut, J Minwell and A. Burnside, were drownaed. NavAr..-The U. ship C.onctllation, was to leave Norfolk 10th inat. for New Y,,k. The U.S .hip Crvne wan at Morseil lee on the 22d of Fel Ofllcers and crew all well. TThe New York city election, coammenced on the 9th. We shall doubtless havetsome tidings in the neat rail-possibly tosdny. Iaeroar.ns AnatsA.-The Philadelphia Lelger ray r," The barneaalluw and ths whritelrled swallow have arrived in our city and vicinity." TheNow York asld Erie Rail road bill has beenore jeeted by the New York Legislature. THE DUVrH OF AN AUTHOR.-It is stated that Cihae. d'Avntln,oncecelehrnted as the comnpiler of Anas, re eently died of hunger in France. He was too proud to beg and died like (tway from starvation. lHungeria one of the anieries of aulthorhip. A smatterer may a sometimea creral into a snug place, while thle mille fram which geans may be drawn is neglected, and all the S' t4t ui l aanuifulereationa that amre there concealed it:l not buy an ounce of bread, nor tonkard of ale. S Condiiea of Fraaee.-Tlhe N York Star expresses r its o.irdte that tih presens aspect of atalro in France is Satlplow s: SI is undsiable, is redht our French and Endish Slanof 'that tronhle is crewing in Franc. tLou. p. mPhiol" jaL nwale nto mines the atter., in not pp. Sulnr. HiwboIle mind reai-n a sorbed with building ap hi.lntdywaut. He'blnacurted the northern hear n' slAu iAedan at" nnd uraebkeu hin old friends who wo itn w ih hlim st tI programtnre of tti Ri-Citown at. the Hotel le Vill. (tuitot han iseued a trenaundous thlilpio upon the ministry. Also 'I hisr and thet hlow Rl nuenlt ad the braLter of Canimir Plrier. lp the sa.unl it is c.ammon to hear thin of Louits: " He arite tot regale ua witha emond 'editie of . nI.u the I"lb. bul he forlgetla he .d ery weoaie it. The cpplure of tau JnandeUlla.aonabs eo ianpein--na.resmrreio onwef the oultltpuinittof tle repim---i is a ftmilvof fidi--s1.her coetlv--au..,', "n they "dt,,wn nUt." d Rnlia'e eti lii, urnt Itallerian' an -~tansair.r' . sW tnke. these eomstlleta tl to fottade ernile, but tfat we friy be iroltated ,te-aess frets joarD1sr ould t elotioost olf the Ilnmber Spd anotherr pnaced m t . le.ted in their selL. p to.mturit th elemente f: resiMance,.hi tir ar in iobt aeilve and eatemive fre nm t slthrosighout the moast influential classes of states "ilitary. COUTEncarnITsE Aansa.a-.-Ou Tuesday atiter. -noon, tw. police ofleres; ,. we iearn from the New Ied ford Mercury, succeededin ,rtaking up. a nest of cdn terfit"er atie house ofn Iturolse street, ocenpi-ld by I Ilarici Elldridge. Suspiciui of the choraeter of the K inmates of ilTis abode hud been entertained by thele Il ollicers fur several weeks, and on proceeding to the R place'yrsterdyv with a warranut they found that every ieatllif asotcs Ic thle cellar bltd bet eloned,en.rpt througoh a Irap dldorecealed in at .loet. On deacenIl ine through this aperturo they sorprised two men bhiaily engaged in eoining, mtl the mround aebout oa tlhickly strawed with spuriou seins, of the tdeomination of half a dollar, an they had fallen from the die. Sixindiridutls p have been r eeted, and committed to jail for examinea tine. A quanntity of hase sliver coin, amounting nearly t.two huohele,mathtinery. dies, &. were also taken into cuAtody and conveyed to the polier office. A oonsiderable qunlitytfF batnk lills, supposed to ihe tountrlfeti, w f. talso Ittaod pu thP prisoners. Among them were $10'a of the L.eioeeter Bank in this elate, $5's of the H.milton Biank, Iloeton, and various others, asome of buahk in ti state of New York. It i said that a quantity of thib spurious eon, in baitf dollars, aomunlt ing to or 30110, lha been dtitpoed of at Natuhkel, hut we have ntt been able to ascertain whether such has been the fact. The onin ppears to be of a Compsriltion principally of GertIan silver, atd no well aeecuted oa easily to escape detecti. n. d CAUTION.-A woman in Brrrifgtlt, N. H. a few days f tgo, in preparing a beet fir ttilin, whiclt mraenred 30 inces in circumference, diecovered on cutting it oper., ,in the middlr, a lur'e Newt, os they are sometiues celled, a species of the lizard, whiteh ro1ably got them hy some crack in the beet while growing, which finslly elordd over thie animal. T l'hy nre suplsed lto b ery poiottous, n hd sheI boiled, withltut disovOritg it, would perhaps have elused tle deatlh of Sttllt wllo might hove eat of it. t Muceb care shtull hb taken in preparing cabbages, beets asd other eerethleln for tile taloe, that they dt not con Stoin impurities of sotm kehid.-Dveer Gafc lle. r eaence of Deserrerr.--Pwrre and Remick, Iwo de seiters from the laine militia on the Arerto.stokh, were l latev'tOri s hbefore a eouet martald, eknnwlrela-d their r offe ncla , and w ere s te leedtl s If ll hw s :- H" "l at said SPiere und A Reiek htould have el.tc.it a t illo t of wothl Stied to ther, weighin g not over 12 Ibs, nor lees than 10 Ibd. [after the nanm.r tn wheh Saeisftctitnn Skunk waa sarved in days ofyore.]nad heing lashed together pnas in freot 0fthe lines to thm taue of ".ltoguo'r Mahi ;u" Ie Id, lhave eir nars taken from them, and ie plaeed otn ed fatigua duty during ltheir tertm of service : 3d have their h wagec shkea fromt them if they have mt families; hbut in a tae they have, the wages shall he given to their la. elias. alt Spasn Olt..--)nutin seeral days, them have been few or o tales, and bht little iet mrkee. Holders asr 114 a l15 cents. A correspondent states so amotg the t auses of the present high price of perm oil, that the all importalion in 8:'8 wso less tlan the imtpotttionn of i previos year, and there is reason to apprelted, lie adds, from the ill sucoee. of the wtaltog fleet thls fur, tlhatthe importation the itreset season will fall fur t ashortof tim last. Another reason still is tohe found in tethe exmnse of outfits, wlhich have increm.ed within the Slut few years. luearly '25 per eeut.-N-ew Iedford Mer car,. RSgULT oF s THE CONEaCTICUT .LtaCTim. at- Governr Elleworth,(whig) 4,1130 Itr. Nilee, (hmt) 21,361 'P- Mr. Plelps, (eotrcvraliwr) 9x7 his Whig maicrity over tlhe loeer, . 2669 ue Whig nelttritv over the usited Looe Foco and - Colsrervoative vlte, S Con.rees--Si new tmembers, all whige, elected ly in average tujority otf loutt 5o0. Ausembly, (is for a treeivel) Whlighs 103 unmembears °' coe, 71 t; Cueserva:ives 2-N Y Star. ATean Jpanuary 7. and On the 10th of Novenher lai he 'l'urkh Jihoner, t Cherkni-ýlic.rgf (lle. I'rophel'a Mantle) anehormd in he BI v nf Pnti s l itn, crew r c na.iting nfCaprtain ili4, of Vmenrla, end ni oth . e vessel a rlnili ed, hheides no eight ptesng,,rn, n (irrma n iqllnry, It. Hnndeihifi, Mr. and Mrs. lDtidsln, oif inoroni, with Ihre duengh ters, and two youe g l'nrke, Abdnlldh and Hetein, twin onls ol Ithe Ag of Knar. '1 he enreo eonnisted ofl'asil. mere sill iwli, .ientel trilnketi, Circaseinn embroidrry, tý dari other valnln eticlei. On tie evening nftlle 12th th crew ndti pasI nger returneed on bonrd, and on the e 13th, at dawn, the vessnel wa to sail. The Paltn ink. C rteen peereeited Ihe vessel wna sailing, though thse did not hear the custnmare signal gn ti ie. ' eome hourn after, wIhen the itn was abonethe - ho tar con, a ew fishermaen, spteading their nets on the ere, - demried a man trtgeling against the waves. Two ofe them rowed In Ilis nsi.tnrnce, and arrived in time in save hIim. He was e youili dressed inl tiem turkish eosteume. As His condition was horrible; he was ainting, and the D Miaod was guehing from a large recent wound il Iisd A head. He was conveyed Tpeechlese to a cabha, where Ci every nittltion was paid hi. 'The fisherniren cnjec turing thate o her linpersone migt have been wrecked, procriled with thlleir Ilnals in vnrrni directions. They ishorly epiiedl tie carma. of i. vesel. which wel tsen thrown on t1he eoa.t. It wne thu Clhekaj Snhtrg£. The rscene ste pireented was horrible : an Ihe deck, which weas treamiing with hblhil, IIy lhe ntirioulely. mangled corpses of the ncaptain and eleven ether per sone. Below in cine ofl e caliin, were retended the lifeele# hOtiea If Mrs. Dven ideaon and lier three dugh enra; the ntvte of heir norsns rvenl, d that lile most infumous violence ilad preIceded their deid:ul aonds. The nil .hIieirte nld urin alirs .ei iiP oll illliohid withi ners, idt h erd whin l i le oedrgo llad bden lindered.

[Sualncqeug t iiventigtirnch discncred twliolit thret thiid massacre hIod baln cilnmillett liy pirntr.1 Penneylu.ie , Iil.,iiii 7',,l-.--'lr . onltie and Ilail IIouncle llo rtuIe',yVieiillln, nIrnicbing frnii I'llilduel phiis o Pittili.,rg, hl'e in full enriiici,mn illp rting life and health and vl or tie wce e till Illsine is oilertlinnas o lltexletllcive istlte. Tile two Ipnlrlgralrhi +il,h we trale wui, in goinl Ilrwardn. lin itllhrY were viewedi CI. in h'ir i. Ferligllt by inur Ileglenlui, msot 1b re- id gldelld its h.t wi might ioi ill IhI, tUllltr ceny whll at our principal works ito beroingl into opratiun.-B-ial lieore Alerican. Frlmnl the t'lhildenlphin Senltinel, March 30. T'herem ic every prll.ueel that it vast alnount of husi ne will lie hout i a the wli nneselvuei canul sal anrd rail romad Ibinsa eson. For sso e dtu'e pasti,we leam at frtilt undonubed nutlority, ihnt nun less Iun twenty sie Slocomotives have been conltntlv eiicsged in tie trans. Cotelton of trains relt nre betweeln this city and Claiu. - ; and even tln force is eltgetlller inadequate to con. Sa ithe of lihe .creelaudie Ihat is packed ep and readr for convieyrtce to the great west. From Ihie Pittsburg Gzelte' The prTing Bueinecs.--At no period within our recollecrlin hie Pirt..brg presanled stch an appear Sanece f antive business, as it dies at present. Our rivers mid Canals are i i tite navigable order, had the waterulnaln seem dlernnilied to take edvnntn.q of the op prtunity thus affaorded them. I.earge quantitlies of lut her, pig ion, ice. are daily arrivingon tim Allegheny, and threlm atem l noante rte now making regular tripe to Franklin, and other places oin thise river. Mianding on the Monongthela w ari, khis tmoring, we cenlted 26 steamboats, one ot which was just departing for tnLis vile, and five others with steam n pappearedonly de tai.ed lee fea m lnutes to take in small lose ofireight. In thle oinal basins on Liberty and Preon treets, and clung tiecanal fur tile disltance o two or three Ihundrd (ed vardbehond the aqueducnt, we yeterdy countatd 24 boets of diferenfi kinds. sic of whvtiet weere goin ahead, pi and nearly all the others wete taking in lr letting ut of i freight. fi The rc;porin"g ..perdilion. Eleven shoals laid & down on lnrles proved niot to eisIt. From a letter ai ILieti. Wilkes the Coilltcnder, dated at Rin, Nov. 27, T 1838. to ie Secretnty of the Navy, we gather the ftllow ingilens : tiff Mnlerie discovered ino shoial correspindig to that laid down at SI. Ann's. aw it largeo cotton wood tree floatine, whlichl in a ge wohul resemble a ithoal, and C iiny ibnthe nieeoe ofesuel errore, especiallv about 3? d Int. N. and4il ton. W. where, as there is little or no i current suchtrees would ie deposited. Fiound by be. rMnetial measieeurement the highesl peak in Madeira, that behiml the American Cotsul'a house, 6,181 feet. Thiw nearly agrees with ilowditli, Itit d:ffera 700 feet r. from Sabine. The chronomneters went rwell, establish ing Finthallnl the Censulate 1o he 16deg. 54 min. 16 sae, W. In liea Cape eVgdei 19 to 1 We fotund I Srnen oppocit ton thle ul given. For 400 nille a tnm thene, .m ud enolored water, hbut no tuad id iagcee nals. The Huseri lial shial wan tnt found. S'rh Hantwll re, off Bnteaviet itbelier d to he that g erroneously tlamned the inttnettll hnoal, whith ae tet found. Ther amre no dnnnger on t ihe pnaitinnan above as laid down In Ihecalern. There ans eione riple ie found on the Iarly overfulle, 11 ideg. N. eIliiem. 30 et: W. ht there it no dlnger as the clharts lend to he liner. Nor was Warler'n theal, laid dwn 4 deg. 5 mine. N. und20 dege. 35 oinei. W. ftmd. Crssed irhe Eqtslor E. ofithe 17111 d. of west iong. On the i 'eTiton's bank mf thl chlrta laid down, thee wu en innel r diseoloraiin of water, iorchan." aftemepa. it areture were found. inor the Russian Aidmairal Kruea. Itrn's Voleeno. Lient. Hud.n, in the I Peneok, il ae anparate visit tili two laet reportd ahsals, cquld nt lfd any traee eof them. S Lient. Wilkes thus cneludes: o Tbhue ir we fellbc.e the elaieintlcion tfght m ted. po'itimI of eleven shoals ir dangene, which oadalta their placea on the charts mucsh it the atlarm of Ioaa teeh. And I sineerely elet thiat the resunlt of ear e. deavnuurs and diligent search wil cenus t hem t i t1 literated fron th. churns, an there arm tent ad em nmomugh, witlhun nnvipturn Ibeing heramod ilth iliM. . fginanry oa s. to FOR BALTIMORE. i s 'Ir. The ILrt clane and 1i tel saligalttil . etl tIuill ledher POK ,.htK ( "pti't. pj i a , ha rtd l Itelant Ot aer.IO etlil ali wiltl lee h to_ý i AfEtttt tt ellll 73C" naP s. The Anw fast sailing shi OI) CEOLA, pt. Cap1 . Cr hier, will have immediate i aptch. Fdnpab. tihi & J P WHITNEY, em t16 3 . . Cam.. ' p er -n FoR--L-EiV RPOtOL. he . The A n flst ealing i chip OCEOLA. re ii TON, Wh.Cildee.nte, will have immdiae spe-h. at S Fitht or peight of 3 ale., ar Psage, aenpl tnda. i" t'hiel ipply. t. the Cetat. enb d, i nid e tir he.leiw tie if Vmgmta hh , ora e - . -W v t ira aidlO6 IteolCr ten at • " ýI I t .._'. l t, . , Will he prieqoed M'haklqeltt'' trage.ld of leao RICHA R I) III at t'lt OR ' srrita Batl of Busworth Field. Pol Duke ol G:olner, Mr J R Scott " ev, King Henry, ... . lrkd Ti, I),ke of Bhckinglmam. Ie Bart was Richmond, '" Pearien T Queen, Mr Green Lady Anne, .' Barrett D)e Overture, ,by Orchestra Pl To conclude with i'dramsi called dor JOAN OF ARC. TI Prince Charles, . r De Bar l' II Beauvais, Burke A Jona of Arc, Mrs. Oreen, e Lucille, Miss (owell. I -FOR NEW YORK. Packet of Monday, 22d inst. Ledeinans and New Yonk Line. The lb. fb sitingi ncbe.t bhip LOUIS , Vl LLE, Capt. Allen, wil ll as a bove, horc. i a portion of baer cargo engaged. ..r Fm'.l or Iassage, having rkwr rrn aecommnds boasn, app~y to the master on b-ard, oappsite the Vek. Foe table market, rtro JAS B MHUI.LEN, apt 16 74 Campaieteit. Ii The packet hip Sarnra. Capt Hathaway. will b follow thel.ouiaville with quick deapatch. by FOR NEW YORK. j Loisiana and New York Line of Packet. The eliperit* packet ship, MISS1ISIPPI, Captain Beebe, will Ioitively sail This Af. -- erne. nt 8 nleic. t whiell Iour pasien. aj gen wit pleaso be .n board. For frnightor ish.age, having elegans t accmmoda lione. opply to the etptail on hoard oppelit the Veg eialle market, or to JAMES B HIULLEN. al e 64 Camp o at The Miinesiippi mnake.n ak owe srteersge piangers. of Tht snperior pakebt ship, lo,iavila, Capt. Allen, e Bwill follow iMe. Alincimeippi with eatly desplotc:l. d lj'The ratc of passage by lthis line, has been ro dr ed to $80H. pu. -J T.le packet lhi,.Pehea, Aahl.y,. nma Ier, will to, I o citivly leave the Levee thil evenie at 6 ,o'clock, at bwhiclh time Irpasuocers will plMeae be on board two Stiers.belo the Vegetable market. apt 16 0. The packet ,hip Nlnehille, i new dinchariinog below the Vegetable Market. Consignees anill please Sattend t. the rceip of their goods. r ap 16 A COIIN, Ageint 8t. Cerles Tleautre, S.FOR THE BENEFIT OF Mr. J. S. BROWNE. 0 on TRarad, April iA8N, e Will be preenated Sheridan's eomedy of theo THE RIVALS. Chbraeter. hy Messes. t| H Baruett, Johnson, rseene, lBarton .. Farrsn, J M BmninJ l.Sott, acu dN AJ Browne ; Meadamne 0 H Barrett nd Grenea. After whlcba New Piece. written by a GenlemaUn ofI T thi City, called wt THE (OLD CLOCK: an lize l seg (ocOa-THaio. . C o ( nogs. a '1', conch,de with Coleman'o Force of THE REVIEW. a)lp17 2t iS TO RENT. S A eomnlftrnable dwelling Ilucno in Caroiu h Idlett i reet, betweo e Cnnal anl Common Is. Also. three tenenets, A wilh a very large ot in y airnd t. Apply to DOYLTei &. MAY, apl 16 No 3 Capindeletl si ra LIAY=.41 lrl Norlheln, Iudin hfrAm brg Mary S Pennel, opposite Sunette eleniAe d lnicipality, and fi rnol( by SHALL & I10RWN, i pl 16 6 Magazi,,nel T fl AD'SN CORN-ocniltettl nn, hlal, nuoi fr.ele i4, he SA AI.. & BLOWN. T en ail 16i 9I Magaoine st reiloolieg from brig A l Marn Peuel,oppoaite Sllzeote siteet, for sale by fald 16 SHAIA.l & BROWN, 96 Magaziee st ry, IPUllH.F 00eofdrya No. 587 and 1i will p l e rn" J b I trn receits for goodo taken from ship, CGeston, to be a 7116 A COHEN, No90 Common at S TOR SALE-A fi6lt rate Sulky, with a shifting lid , ther ton, de to order. Apply to W H Kel l'a Livery od sale ltable, No. 182 Gravier st or No 3t ori- Uanielolt at. apl 16 o CHITTY 4IN CONTRACTS--A new and impro S vededition of Chilyv un Contaels, Ioeing the 4I h American edition, to which are now adlded eopi.us ha noted of the American deeisioas in the present time. By Isi J C Perkins, Enq. re A new sipply of Pothlir na obliatlion ; also of oClittvn'o Blackltone. Juot r'eeived and for sle by t d ,llI 16 ALEX 'I)OWAR. 48 Canmp I Iey lSH--SaImon cad Tongues and Nuunds, in small e . pnekages, and piekled feeo in bhlm for nle.by gf. al 16 S " J P WHITNEY, 73 Camp at , `'IAROII and Al.(tOHOl.-Cnletn's Sltnrh, 30 y. bous; Bach'" Alcohlol.30n Imxes. for ale hby r- JARVIS & ANDRbKWS, 116 cnmer commnll cand iTeninpitonlamits us su,-,lr oil 211 hhl; ianner's oil. 20 IIl; canter len oil 10 bhl. in .e,,, andl for sale on reaemable lerne, by Jee, JARVI5 & ANDIIIEW I ,Wholle.I IDruggitia I pl III car Cat, ,,n &Tehlspitilsalncat thin .AR--t28 Irl cauehdigl Irotn lhr Splendil froml Benton, for s le by A TILIER, nfl 16 34 Ginviersn and I)lra icfle(ira Slate L.tllery.Cln.'o 28, era. del. 61 " 127 7I 38 17 69 26; 61, 3J 20 72 sot' Caital l >P'e. 812,,11l " hl'e.k'sonlv $3 GRANI) STATE LOT'TERY. orl CLASS No. 2!1, E:'lra. Ah,,erized bh I.e ogiulatore of lIo thtllte,''ro he l)r.aw Wednesday, April 16, 1839. lo at half pnt 6 o'clock, ra Bill.n 'lpn t ( olnlfmon at. 2. S IDAVIS & C(o, Mla.agers 75 Numbhera--l. I)rrawn Billos. Splendid &heme. 27,814 Piso, amounting to *145,798 e Tickets $3--Halves $1 50--tusartro 75 2e srd Packogen of 25 tieketc f.ir $75, warranted to draw at r leat $:13, Sharea in proportion. ''i Feor Packages or oinele 'I i nk.Is, apoly at on alg At Managern office 16 Cha.tre at S EIRINGS-68 bhob eslanding fron ahr plen- I ldid,frem Boston, for sale by A TIIERK, opl 16 34 Gravier at LI UltNITURE lInding from soh Splendid from Boas 1" ton, being common Chai~e;, do G(reecian cane seas; toil ables, Wiash tude, Rocking cha rs an round paet cae chaite, far eAe by A TRIER, apl 16 34 Gravier at by G DORSEY, apl 16 44 New Levee Lb LOUR-800 barrels in ae shippinrde, oR a r le all 44 New Lvem LOUR-1HI4) bl landing from steamer Elaigton F' or sale by G DORSEY, 16 pl _, _ 44 New Levee REGORY'S ECONOMY OF NATURE,eplaiut T ed and illuslrated on tihe priecipiee of modern philosophy, in 3 vole, with forty six plltes. Memoirs of William Sanpson, in.luding porticulars ofhisadvenluree in various parts of Europe ; his con. fineent in the dungoons of the luquinition in Lisbon, &c Ac. ForSale by ALEX To\WAR, apt 16 car Camp nod Common als The following are tli Drawn Numbers of the Louisi-a. no Lottery, Class No..20,Ifor 1837. 18 31 59 29 76 44 13 78 52 1 25 2: 23 dThe Capito l Prize o $1,0,000 was owned I, C IC Hodges, oIle 0 Camp street Thea'tre-sold by I. S. Pearson, broker, No.94, Camp street. THIS DAY. $10,000! Ililghest Prize! Tea prises of Itllt each i s$10,00! Tickes only $3! 75 Mumber-l2 Drawne Itallota. LOUISIANA LOTTERY. Authoriand by Act of Leislature. Chaple XLIII, pued Match 2 18Ot.(,1ao 9. fr I.e e, tI be drawn on Ttunrdanj, Apil 16, 83,.at 6 o'olaek, P. M. at the SEahane Ihitel.SI.Charlea at. O D. S GREO ORY & Co. Su.ceseor to YATES d8 McINTYRE, Managers. RICH SCHEME. _7,814 Prinat amounlieg o tt 145,854 Tliokotn $3 00--Hlavlre IL Quan--- irea 4 5s Cernijts of Pacageq o "25 whlew t4kyt Certieautse uf Mpaag of 25 hall tieoltls ha $2e C itilate of package 5. quarter tickets for $11. aor plukages or lingle tiokets, apply at The M snngcrsOlle, x~S 3t Canal street.n t to Camp int. M hUa'greaeulat knowledge is himtmif to know." PHRELNOLOGY. i' .,h, l COLI.YEK will commencce a cnure of g t ton the euuojct, at tie Hll of Rrp ad I ath t Canl l orreet, n Wednsdny eavendlg, April I 1nIt at 0 o'clock, and contanue them every We.lasday Sad Frday evenings, until complleted. Te subject will a be illustratied by a numnoeras and choice collection of a llI.,ecsas, drawilng, .e.. Twopemsons. hosen from a' s audisem.e, will be publicly essloed each evelin g. Additane e to sigle laeture, 50 smta to the course $3 for p engle pwaon, 5 for a getlman anad lady, Tica etlln te tie ca to bt obainled at lho atorm of Meus - Ils , !a .q pr n si Stosl. t Janbql lts, Cs0e anesruiheer. S Aplpited by the Federal Court at New Orleaou. OFFICE Non 189 COMMON STREET, (Exihnage Httel Butldings.) it. SAID Ciatniasiol r takes addalvil under sael by 1?e virtue of the ActsofC',,g ee, paooed 2 lit Febhn ly Z. 180; Ilst Mch 1817; the Judicilary At of 1i89 and otiler acet of Congress, in sucb ases nuste and at )ptvroeed. Said Commitsoner has coneiderelle onpsas oeee k, ad taes f ros ofcaption and certficate wcl hh ,vo stoodl the severesrt scarutliny of the ablest Lawyers. POSITIVELY THE LAST 'WEEK. t .IREAT ATTRACTION!!. 43 Orean sb- Stree, Oppoiti tshe Theatre. - S tllLER rpectfuly iuforma se public, thatI L.I theeelaO1bed " a~ ' l . - Which btie-i exhdltiited dn mlut of the pneiapalI iti c a oftheol-ni6R, to the livt.ly admi:tasm of marny . "nad elia..ata,Ma arrveml ina. this city, and is mw heisbahihtd for ."Iort tindraly, remS 9 o'. e'k .A .9 to'aa..P M. ' •a • he I SI f. | d m in tts t lll a s Snl , ze n t i k e ts 1 $ i " e.tr ,' " .-+[ -Pirsl Juddil Dietdett. t nIle dawn.aml tub Scribal by Henry Hf. 8o h .Im. orel Foyth, 96te (ioa hmti &c Co. ant ly tlmI end.oreed. 1antedvw Or- a ean'., Jan. 2$,' 1867, pyableoa."tth day of May, 18:18, 'at tihe Meetlteiis' attd 'Pradaers' BaIk, jurgrmuped No. varietur N5w Orleans; Jan. 27,1837, David L. MCoy, Notary Public, the note hears also the" endorsement of1 teorge Iluchaoln and lohn Hogan, jr. ma Tills note wan ele ed in a lretat and petition, ndt Rce was lolt from the Clerk's table. r 1 . ti0e HE Prince and the Pedlar, or the ege o Bristol; wil . lv the authurofthe'.Hairehs." Tile "M'rchtil'a. Dl)aughter," e.. in 2 vaolse SPublieiand Private Economiy; illo.trated by obervae tionta made in New England In the year.183lI, y Thl'eo- " rm doreSedgewiek; prt.nd, I vol. .see Tile Many Talieof the T'hrei Wie men of Gotham: ties ry the authorofthe Dutehmnta' Fieside,&e &c C. A rew upply of Jamea' Novel thme "Hupe.ot," juat eceired ad tair sale hy ALEX.'L'OWAAR, • opl . 49Camp st. I at4aOANS-L2 caesi meen an boysc ip brogans U lnding from thip Charleston, fmr sale by ad 10 I BRIDt . & Co, 34 Msgazine at FFICE TO RENT-in Can.m n Street, oppoitel 0 Bishp'sHtel. AWply t WM. AeKEAN, a apr tO .CeerCamp pand Comtmon Ls... AFER CANS-Joead Cseetled, a few odnns. of c of Tin Wafer'Caa-ltea.n 1-4 12 and i lb. Fom ateby DAVID FELT & Co. ap.H I New York Stimnnnrn' HeaI,4 Chartrsee.lt. A -NILLA ROPr.-40 treoh, atoerted eia, reseir LY inag from New York, per ship War aw. Fmr natl by SiALL & BROWN, apr1 1 96 Magiaine nW . W INE-1 pipes Siclly Madeira, receiving per aip. Charleston. Forsiale IbAi.BRO , apr I 86 Magazilne at. C. W. BELL, AUSArney And Cousellor aof Labt. AS Lncnted hiamelf i Hnouston, aml irill practile i i tile Slpreme and anome f the District Courts of the Republic of Teas. , OOice on Congress street, two doors below tile resi dTnce ofiJ. reneoluod, tEq. t elt if to --"tl'e Piacyunec, and True American will please publish til eabIve util forbid, and forward ihe acconunt p to me at Houston fur Ipyolent. C.W. B. NEW PU LICA'T'ION- NielmlNicml le-byaat . SJack heppard, no I. edgewriek' pualie and private eeanomy, illu. tretecd hy ohlervattoha made in England, in the rear 1836-Part 3-Canerroatios on Nature and Art, with r at, i I vol. The Prince and the Pedlar, or the aige of Britoel. by the aulter of the Ireireme, the Merpheant's DT aghter, &'. in 2' vols. Elvira thn Nahob's Wife by Mrs Monkland, an thor oAf Vll-0 e Be mianiceneec, in i eoln. received l aol for sale by Wm MeKEAN, al coner of Camp & Commoh Ita .W m,-E BP:A1Vd.,-23 brls, received per shiple ma, iNr sale by' A VTIER, all 34 Grvrier a. A LEXANDER T'IWAH, Bookseller 49 Camp et. ti harvin purchased tile eatenlivte sid well anrcted alack of MPmer, bTank books, &c. of the late inrm of rf Thring, Green & Co, invrite time atterntion of thone wanting to pmrehbue paper, to an txamlnatoon of hls atock. He h and till Cd ep constantly on hand a full aaoertment ofthl follonwig artile ;- Painting Mer,.lt all osize fir ne$w asd thook work. Fooreap vlfrari u qualities, ruled and pain. Llter p rper. d r do do Comanmreial n d peeket poal,h'e band white. ' Bath poot do di I m-me, idinm. -lvol, enlwr royal. Wriltmg prc ere for blank work. i Folio poet l Jue l w litt of variolqim lities. m IRINPING PRESSESE . HOf wlioi I laes now Or hand uaon Dollble medillml- one tmper mlaud two stper royal az l. nll ry rV V4ltti'S-2rrliiuo Prorumd"i.k, (itr the hich n minleda y tIme othor of Tr.olciie, Ito Vane, hu-" At iouctifi' & e.in "vol'. Tie Spirit of tiLe i illoitrne in ii llru i lll of ravels li thorough Roimelimn, hi I). Urtlrhtr, ii vols. Tihe Wiiicn clnd eeliim iot Shlkopc'vre, biy itie I cv. eat 'tO mi s Pli it I vii' ii . A description of Stipien'viin'a ptenl loco'imtiire en glie, with eLtgrOviet L.oudom editioi.. it TransaMctions of the Intilillt*u of civil engi ners, o 2. Loindo edlitio. r0' Just received and for saleby -W McKEAN, to tl earner of Caimp & Conion aelan - ACON SIDEiS--100 cli .a rinr arto nl fou sate by n eBall G DORSEV, 44 New L.reve 3 T OMEl1'IrCS--5 bales Greatl Falls 6o 4-4 brown sheetings and 25 bales Jaekson itn 4-4 brown sheetings, lanuding frmum ship Charletoan. for sale by all IIttltlt)CE & Co, By lothing, lanediog frill ehim Clmnrleioi. fir cule by ll lI Ittl tliE & Co, of IOAP---300 buisec eoop, ,,a lin-g0 feochip-'ho-leo S Carol, furalby S & J P WItIt'EY, m all 731 t'mp t all EFINED WIIALE Oq)l1-For rlel by all & J P WItITNEY, 73 Can p At OSTON IiUSM-d lI0 Imrrela Botm rClllll, Inmdig 3 andl fi ranle by S & J P tW',I'IIIlNEY, sll 73 ('nimp st ---PAULDING'S LAST-& NOViELTIESI. rHE Merry Tales of thle Thro wioe ie of tolltaeim, mie The Prince aml ine Pdelhmr, mir mli' trige of Im.s by tl, byr tie aullt , ii the 'Merclioiit'o iagl ai, Bte Semg'ic'k putli' a priei ' I omO i parti 3. Jacki Adaa the'leOtimm..... by (apt. Cl hmimir. t'aepiin Crt, by 1mmrah ,, ro vtii . "rrt 'Te tmgileomt bmh Joism', 2 vols,. M otrmmia of -'tl.rles Matbllcws the cmamlimo, Aod a voliety i foelanid rd ond ming pliuys. 1 E Jai' oi' & ('a. 3 all cornoer St (latrirm & Cu.limI.a vi Jby SIHALL &. Itltli\% S, moe all Stt Magazine at 139. AVA C-(I'FEE-71 bag. liaiding itio ntm, i.ous a. Ville and far saile by Sil.o LI. &3 IIRt\VN. eli it Ai .ilg.ie, e am 7 I9 Yoik, per ship Enmriuim nd fir sale by It SHALl. & Bet(tWN,iiii Mogazine at, 3 IANNEKR OIL-Ill barrela brown. in altre and Sfr saleb SIIALL & BROWN, all 96 Mogezine at A I: -~ %%rini L and letter paer, for sale by _ all SHALL & BROWN, 96 Magaazine at O AKUM--I0 bales No l, 2 0 no 2 Russia oatkum, in lstore and for role py all SHALL,& DROWN,!6 Mnazine at SA -- ke prime leaf lard, in tre and for Li alehy J THAYEIL & Co, all 74 Puydras nl UB UCKT--101 doamn in sea and for nal by _ all J THAYER H d Co, 74 Poydrar at 7BRELLa.4-Jst ece.ived a large ,assorltent of STafeta and plain umbrella., of various sies, for E sale whbalanleand retil by GOSSIP5 ' C uo. all E anta hotel, St holarle at POK -l barrel mo" and 2t10 do prinme pork, in store and for ala by J TH4AYEtR & Co, all 74 Poydr nat iICE -l cks-Car rli.e rie, landing (io. brig SI Arabian, md otr rle by all J TIAYER & Ce, 74 Paydas at a R USSIA SHIIETING-30bale liAna ahRoliu - le its fot r sale by J THAYER & Co, c all 74 Poydrsa ar U LUk RLLS-I-U bales Hamilton indigo blue LI drills, landing from ship (harioat foar sale by a10 t BRI D0E & Co, NEW, ENGLISH EDITIONS OF STANDARD I1 WORKS- Ben Joho.at's works, with a memoir of his life and writings, by Barry Cornwall. Gibboa's miscellaneous worka . bbh memoirs of his life and writings, topomed by hinuelf--illus tralted from his letters with oeasioasai ntrs, rad utratite, by John. Lead Sheiold. The Art of Roaring silk worms, namlted from thes work Cf Count omadolo. Gilbert's aGeoly of E and wales, with amasp Goddn ith'e Hiat.y mae and Quadrupneds, ith m nnedtand and ieilte notes &e &e, with illes. tratioe aolorod iu ea sperior yle, i 4 vols. Forseeal t W McKEAN, . alt r orner Camp & Ceommton etc GIRANITE--The 8Aubrilor i preparedi to receive orde i for laeritN. which will te promIlty Itroiaha d for all purpuas of arc ilseture ; fronts of stores. bahe euts,, and FrotieTs, fordw.llings, steps winlow sills and listls--Tomba &. of the heat materiala and mot ss tperir style otwnotmanihip, tet up complete at short otioe, and at the lowest rates. NEWTON IITICHARDS, 4i7 Customnousa e, between Dauphin A Baurgundy ats N. lB The lower asemy of 5rok buildings con lo moved and Grnite inserted waitl perfect anfedty, and little inAonveniente to thie ocupant. all St luw E J'.0 SAt,'S-l,5 barrel. Ihtittmre Epaeio salts, 2ii, barrelgs ginalr rasl, forsal. Ity JARVIS & ANDREWS, all cornar Ctommon & Tclhoupitulast at V -ESSEL WANTeD-To take o000 barrels dlOter to .atifaa, Noon Scotie. Apply to a12i STETSON& AVEILRY; 8 Gravir at O-D T"OoPERl-5Ihe lio Copltr lo.t als by ,M H DEVFREUX, april 4 6 Tchbspitoulan at S UN N EI UIl 1.0 G --ol1 ases, aatuttiltaal a va i riety of Iklds and qualitaes, adapted to ate nitaatn, bforrase by I BKItIt l& Co, april 4 134 Magazine at R l'cTCh 4 Pa eat Letlasr Pressea.-A few af lotc S very superior Letter Propes, fatr eele hy april DAVID FIFLT, 24tbartr.s at E----yHydr~,nali- and Roman far eoas a. y srar0 pREAD&RARSTOW, 7lank Place C1iGAR8 ýlhB Prirnlapa Cigrs, inmildser hbons l.J ral hy - ISAAC BRIiGE A& Co. oapt5 134 Magaeine at ] i A Si ETINGO-30 baes for sale by api5 E O &C, 13 lnTE' r PUBLICATIONS JACK ADAYB,. Muti,.mr, by Capt Cltantler lBuhhki a henead, by-the sauthor of almuel Sliekt Niebolua Niekhy, No 10 Womeu oa England, their social duots and domestic tibiti, byEllis n a t Ti- Husuenot, by Jah es new ptiea CopaptainKyd, by h ngrlaag , tScott'aPoeticsWuroka ilt I vil 8 vo, che otlvcom Splea Ame ieoa edition-C-ry's editin-otlr other novelties. . JOHNS A&tso s atcti " er StCbprl. andsd Coaton t "W ANTED-Foe the .rteam besat rnlliant, i "5 Ks, grren, fto ahieh". plw r toith atill L.e gisvta, ad aeastistosmployuiato." A·pi oCnptoasl Hart H oa Ibar -, ortuo MADAM N il 'AILa it - .' "bT"raovir at i. NAF by-'mi' " tcliba iis.or, "ud 96 Magazine street, ealto Ltyette tgr relnery minorkebly white fir1 air t1o, be) * ) hlll the Cecenltio n ' geesa . 'it' laqpipie d lql'h. o he um * • ted wine h smme white b 4tii" " . Tji. e hl d I.W. will ie-paid f o r hee siPrel;k!o ii t s eia BRuONANS d BUn .) '--:1. o i. .ni u eltensive asson. nlrtm of tne t'a rie.el.bi.gaoc;y en's calf nl iýp iopjie; see, end children's pumpsI, solisso l Ai .Meetinoh o boar f r D kai .S ReIeled, hat all ntoes under l ._d i . on thepyments ale o irtllmat of and ihe usual dlo tel. Thu he elei Sspell Exchange fh alcorS LEVIH b _P e rilIt I E Ei P ahlr e Ne ! arun lath h aemmr, fnio axelnby LEVI H (1 mE, april 1. 913 Oeanteon pt IlUUCK'ti I'ANAGEA.. he l i, e Hl9 medeiine aes lam highly pu i e cure of th, following dinae, t yeptn e. disease, indigestion, los of ppllletiiervoen mmaltoeap. i- ease, generml debillty, and rll ethir disbeaes urio4 fron impurity of le hNnbloo ill Is parloularly reelg mended as pril prin and fll ttedlles, IO remell lin NYEE Ian to I' .rrmin: el easeedinle tien ual oe e t he -It in extremely ailribleIn to a, reemblng Il l riehb cerdial, dmlk.iln prd lyi a etile*a ~it lion, may he taken with pet.ke .al. by thIe ot1 i clrea perno.n. . , . ,u SA nupply.tr ohe e hor q.e6. s C m4 hu pale ty spe JWEl , A H." i A JI2TM. BELL e e, Chanryo ihiea on day hl e Sceilved ia 1dl lAomerint or Watcoeh Sliwrne am Speote, acles mand lhee Wren thiey wr Isn r e at the lemrmt lmariLe .... " h'PICE--The coprmtaneidp rxe i l heleen I Rlubnrilera, under the firm Ofel oke Blhen. l- wa dssolved by mlutual conselntu, l Il• Veh'F ry. 18:i8. 'The Line of the ermo *111ii ied ky 1Jlr Yorke, in liquidallon onf it ailt sL k Ke. aed aril) P t YortE,. of R ICE-i.e0 f sale hy S EIua K' Bukmer pend Ilr'nu IiaBank a .rOhs I prit 5 4n4 Nw ' ire jjACo el Er4-l1.9 cache C naitln a i U slire, fiseta Oby, 41I OIi..Er, april 44 4 a4WIde a G UNNY lAtil-.4titkei n mktelb e ba.E T aId 3 , . Di)RSlY, 41 New (imre canag. epil.icddlyetagraeed e biiVdeewndo Walt & Slmneer, Philadeplpia and heuna In hloke ¢f on veienlllt a.IejuIil re.ired ild nlfimle'bý - apl I AL.X 'I'(nWAl, 19 jt up It n. EEI'EL l'urinbhed Aprlirneia to rent al theeor. ear etofJul enld Iarndeletl et. tear 18I J. li-hoI 1f ,(ltol l adlll Aiclh'. Up fBoredaux honjui boole publibdl, andil Cathlem ennot find ie lIR UnclentI or modern history oflheir Church lusnoy 12. lneno, exampnnlle in noee weilhy of llalntia. 0m_ of the Peril Journala ays: "No indiivildnal in America or Ilmepe will eut_ thaet oneeermted nameo wilhoun pimemallp.ltin tlet .sntimeilts ofindemeribnble and tcly venierllion which by no nmuch goitnern and no much inlqnbly pl.uyh'et ereanted; aid il i+ol tllhat, iat natme will e riimeae.n . ,y byh alter geerataion iii ail ha heonore mend all it. ThIa valualde work can be bad of *w A TPWAII, 49 "omp at ncr llRK KEEPINI . y ERCHANTh,Clerhk, and all prenn wIshlng to Me auire a knomwledgle, or to inrove tlhemnelve in tll. ecienien of Booklr Keeping will iad tle Cill't Illkl Keepieg ; Preton'n Book Keeping (imilard'n PrrIictl A.c.oIniillai PFieerildo it Edwards' Bokkie iper'eiuilae i Mrlh'm do nad Bennett'i Boik Kepirg, ler male at en fair pricce s otheyf cangel tltm in the ciy, ll ALEX. 'O\,'AR'dl BookLntre, lig aprill 49ICarnpee ( livn of ihu tent.u paroiees ad all juia cone enire wili tile extmrnal irder, eacrulell-l, Welmhip) aed ne.} elt "gein tl Ie 'roleseanit Elicenpal Clhureh, e itlltan ele rial referne to lie ehu"i hi the United lele by a , tie Rtv Win lhmon. Juet rreweil end 5fru by 'u, njl-il ALEX T"lWAi:,4 C etl. ' ltliE priie ni Ir.,b lenelto-day ei 'lE preeblill l ncir.ning to the aril the liake.lr, eklt lire du-. , ring Ikeo Isinq wne k tg.(am Mondayv 1,5. ioe.l) l~ounee lius eeo tiL'roI faie aI. l lirem( lI is siemendqulia y ha reqireiii to weigh 2 per.e.i. nrlpe. til: 41 nlune. c. l Ci C l.iEN(, i, MRne. I) iý~ tl ' It)~t: .-'t tt.. 1t end its Matott,tesa, -.l by Me. Itnekinglen, in the Pittteht,trintm.rcl. .'fisft qnre, cc the &,tl.taiitg en. sing., at halr htonhtv, Aprit l--Ta sltsy, 1it Thiursday t1-; Friday, If. Teeicketfur the Cowas. Singlte Pe~rsnn $3-I.edy and etleatsuaa P5 Foiliunyfthrra 7-Freitlyctti~ur It Pnemily of five 9i-Femily of tie IS Fee an Stagle Lrsenee .nly. $1. Tol'e Lnd at tienhe oktor, tf J Itenttjo, 37Cuamp at. LevCf0(hartresa t, and the hotels. ittI t' l~a.I tN'1'-tienan and Hydraulic ear-neat Iqe .a o l.J in lets to suit nuether era by al:l READI & IIAR1iTOW ,7llnetstee P ~l'fKt-Locdon Porter and brown etast lo taleby READ)& 1AWI'Ohh, a13 _____7 DoubPinen W VYie n9 a l forestl. by READ & 34Wrow, a13 ____________ Vtas Place NN 7CIE-Draysy Na. 1597; t'Jle, I4Vi /Y, i L, requented to bein g ithereaceitps to shle sabseel beres office withtout dela7, of gnash lmas od fren. brig Eetpreeej LIIVI G AIE,, MANA7TASl-20u blen 4-1 brew, 'hutiatg landing fYrm ttschip Narangsneet,', fetstabyy a13 1 l1ttItelE do CotIS! egssieoes 4,1fream Narnge~aett, ft. rate y aud I URID3E & Co 14a asn chiltdren's brogenes; a' lpe,* a gfrn shipi Nnretgcasett, fer sanle t~y .te ~~ .13 I ttlth)GRe& Cat 134~4gUngsatnt jLUt &c PUi91'Y-tc scabks atua, IA bame,ktet. ALty in btnddere, Mpeding fe.,, Pan~r~ Hspetogs'ano for sale Ity JARVIM& tuANDfl tF. : e13 en. Cotmaen 'alt sulan ala Cif fianeTureye gum arabl., 5 dot I " pase, a. .13 corser Como a " , Ws aHAM.L lltfeeW 4 at SPERM CAi boxse ls or gleby SHALL. c13 SHALL do HOWNt, jU'lfTlfeb-0RkNIP fieet tole B intgrm rtshitpSaesttnga for sata -1 mIS INALt, A BROWN, Ffee nat. by st3 C RACII.IIR--5u bn helters in stersttfe andtrae by s13 II DORSYftS . G Afoi RA Jbe gBe l. foe sate by ` a S tAttt1t-ltooboxeselreibif jj PICKLES & CATSUP$ -70 beqip klE alnds T'mntoecastnpp,, tr tsngtefinIV 5t, SHA LI. It htlWtNX,Ib nt V IAR-til bet. Rosnk waerming *.ý ip C~In mit. t9 SHALT. & IDU WN, smsw LARD-4 tikegs Leaf Lseid, te dmb6%.m. ltR"'su .'Jbrig tatlcotti, upuitinata p.'t I t 3 td Hlaepah, sat. by g,&j P NW l4 Er4 T, 'rOELteiti ,otn~a Ilsaupt house efJeti ti i Mlagfll t npl3 S4T 4,A 4 a ttibaMEtalitihIteewn lbaietitpiga od 1 sd editts hed betin ta, tnth jnratb (1l HOCO.ATtE- t75 buxa. chin. as ~J for en.e by SALT: de MwN r COULNTING HOUJIE DIRECTORY. JUST l'uhttstsnt by Dbtyld Felt t&Ct, te. COa ting - ot5 use Diectery flit It0$9, aaiatainisg a eoen ciuinit Clanh ity ltenttb asd Isserarest e'titpatssse givng th~e dev e. of pealdhfi~Pitfirrtprieoaand directers. die. cou tdysSec ofretitetitetico, Ittti~t a great Os riettyculother reritntitifi,rmention; l r silts at 31OOh irt cope, nt.taew herb Statiiuean' l 1~. - atriti 24Chartres s

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