Newspaper of True American, April 20, 1839, Page 2

April 20, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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I n, p l.. rolkl,20 danys from New orL~ t S &i ip u John Dunlap, Clamote ,5 daC a from Ihlt'n, a c .lp " ' or a it l o te In o. ter ,~~.rn adbile, R oudal,tday from Mattamorad, to th1o as. tthýy t Ta Ris A ,hnklefatd, lafrom tololdo, oth ra ihelaare, thge 10 dJay froo )a.tagordIl to the teS lih'te V'irglniK, Sinclair, 0 days from New Y ork, to las e.Sr re.ln 'Tocker, feoad r days (rop, lattirumor,. tio Ith ,; reat., Sheokttho94 utin.from Slatvanno, to Woh. Wr'til .tlterg Phalltps,• fo in a allshvill . m4ar.ier es Iiol Rr ell, frolnt Cioilonnti. Str-e.mers Dupre, o borr , (root Opelousas. EXt . . -(09' .iPoe c.hobp Tonlo--t.eron, 0f00 Il.lr erttoo. LI-V*IbOLtL.'Per il .Chlries--Cargo, 1496 bnles of col, oo ..ROSI'O PeE aic hp oo,'.. forgo,405 ble obrph, lai do floor 54 Ios and 74 half dn lard. I l2 hale. co elo, 51t rloe pig pro l. 3A0o , .ke olr. ' . l bo..o.4..-..... Car Oie )d .lllrv. 7'1r9o, 51. h1e pork, 1030 - p irreeotd, Ism .i 'ltd. barol, l 59 Ill. f roor. 1:130 +; ... Iho lnleo, w te tit 190 bale, tottoo, 46d krgo nuJ n13.4ls lar - . o ..t-.;Per rob, Volo. .Cotp?, 1150 hit floor. .PAVANA,:Pern hip Wa.row.In otollai. ...; ...Per briK RtGrnintog..:rgo. 835 lit flour. IF.M ke'.tl onlld 41"hnlird, 10 calkt opernl oil, 3110 S bxu.' rem erlleldl . K. IENSACOI.A.; per'irhe Coro.. aoig-o, l9 toi's ro.,, l t ierrer eo s tor, 10 iopro 1brk, I kego -ordhtl, 3 iloxes '.-I . ..-ND..Porlehr J.no..C r-i. 20 II pork. 95 lo flour ,." 611. /,tloPevoril.. . B A PiP. o BAYPei -hr Ololaeokn..t.reo, tmall lots proo,. S - ion., 4 9iXs li ue.onltororllla. +" " POIRTS SEW .YORK..Per shil lllrEplrntesr.C,,ogo, 4Ibuftlie ha'y. A llill o & i.nge. POYlIDENCE ..Per-ip Elitl & AIl.r--Carg,,, wooden.r o." " t c, f tlr~ i or.! n o rroh Ire -ATASIORAS. Poe rehr Olorin.. Cargo, lto l,'lao, to .Ia. ........o...Pr chr Olohldr..Cnrgo, til4h bit,,c, !970 ie wott 4 Inns rrd nl1per." to J V Zolonrie 4 co. MATl&GOKIUA..Pr tcrr'ielexl..fCnro. 59 honlor olnt., 40 tio pesr, to A II 1Vslltrao 4' o, Dollholl to.d • Irnowo. ·.............. P·r·hr Dn lwrn ro ..Ctlrgo, 7 oinle . rlttnll rder. SAVANNA l..l'er .chr Avml..C,,r-o. 15n tirSo s rir,, to St'nool Otoroilllll- , Polnrr .I Jnollfull ....,. ........ Prlr lonrrqn Virginin ..ll i nillnst. tiECElIP'1'S 01o' I'RODUCI, Popt of It.oh' Cnorpo, 6" taol.es rolton. 6 patrks pellrieto I ' , . Iee skin.bt . TIt Ic . i i -. oI hIa rror l , blo, o, ill, l . o .l ,d, 3 tookh pelosir, 2I h2,r" hiltee, 0 I0 lruo. *+Naaolltio-Por oimoor Iot tioeohalar..C-r.. 71oo .l Ios chlotn Stl 1d.,1-, Iol-co, 0 " J D03 k 71 boles +tto n, Al'll ,ll lekbe &.. ohlkor. Io, Freroo .'ro.o+. Dole f co. 4:1 bi , .lorew4r tCrreAhnw..oill ,o Aotix Irier. O do. +'or, tllo l.in,'r i k.7' d2l. 5 ,lll 464,1, , r h,lrr, c onaik. l',, l, V n tl,, ,, rSoo t,, aw ero, i hoIodl, ;4011k doll, a l,ecir, to I\ l. r .ln0 n, ''+Boololo-Pr-ProlJ,ij lJ llllloi--ld(. t0 t) Io S~.,iPr Ilonshon & k.r grr', Ilillr % \\ mlllerl1, (;rtlll t .o.'.,'Ioo Iunonh..lI P l: ."0rz,1.1n, to Do,,', A Wh'llino to., C-Oore,.,o &, Iod,,J I,. ,|lio & d.,,, -,11. &t ' t, aoll . N Krith, I- ,\ II hrolr, IlI' VTer,,, I Irillr" &c, II J I' S'hirhtre J A 3ilrrr , & co3 . hh-0rnl & o or geotrro,3 it W I)tI',ro, Ci,,oiolr & 71,1", Hi,-rrtl & Pi'orlhorn,J IH i;-loti,o , Ic I'o. l, i'l'oruer r cao, I" Ilal.'; Johll+ & co, S U lboll, C F;illt, \V .." (1; "PIll kIla &J ,, S A :l'lioint.,,lltV;, l0J Hlr.rt, p Ci, kV , F M WeldoJo<o, IJA erritIr, W Virl.t, Frolst & , I (' loohilte hit, t Aolnt '&,l A I) Guvr"Jh9vi' & Ah0 wv • ·L ndis A& c;l,. lpcloomie pir streottr -Plplrri--Crro 3l1i 1,nloo M :onio-.,.0 Golario R.o (t4. A,l oil o IVhill'tot 5 I - "Ite troas.'Onlottrt, e .q&l)e. l 4, rlrq. rglo" 3 frplorie blto t otwo.g on a I oard'; 1 t.rols lollo .0I,: S('iioltrin'-i-r AP'arr l.l1,r l:.lr.-C-.org- h Ih *liocen A II oVnor' too : 311s i,hl lo-isk, 1i.r oit SII~hrls ,,1,10 A. I)Gov,; 3(1 Lr'.. eL'_ ". I,','-Stel, lel; ti , JIoolultla,,o 10 .Iexs wiod o looaI'k tlo ] J 3h'o ill-,o o111 bttr a h div A I) ,-orut : II lrio,-po J A r'rtre' "1 hdho emup, '21=2obh-olotl J It Irv'e ' : o 9 p. +oo+ihg -0°.coiI- rlqpp,,:ih ~I b, " a s Ode&.llhgou Irr1.4 B rd.nlellPo.orrdtlo, Phtilir, Pruatt. T .Johnston, .I ItISPIo, PnW' otore, Fihoo InI Al t1Dr,, 0rtt t I'o,opton, \V Joho .tti; (I Po.obnkhlometl.,or, irotlbr Drot Fiorlley, t h'orl, 'C H Vhrbiru; Ctl Veeiter, I Voeooer , r Veoode, Ors Curr t;deiglhtnr,, MinlTrottcr. pr tit.eamr e eaIl,tLerI :.,lor & Lady, AIrs C Ptrtipj, tMr ll eb., S KHair: I.arlltsid, It rrien, I1 rIhullrx. Cont,. ilath ;..q Hmp e. 'iowell; Wlatt; tlison, Veto & son, Cooper, A II rnallte, Pinollard .Pertloleot'r Entiprres--iost Smilh, Mserr., J Shller, laDnito, Faoh;, B-ryll. 'Ikvrk, Haollbe.i', Boy'lo, i'arson, trnnglhoo, logutir9 Jno.e, Willt,, Bnme, )O.a,n, S'. h ey.,Culrv DerbriliA.,idrevs, Marsltoun, Soid, troolo ' I(Te. lia.'l onit nd f.ntoly. 7ao'. ngero:per oet'anrr rdOtre, ( or. AI Elootr, "r4t.lritle.nd hutlyr.WWII Ilulkell, Cliictr, Beckwith, "a.rtoh; Cbrsltie.. - IEIORANDt SA •ith tLip BirlntIrhni weo evtooalioed nn ltho lot, i'at., hy i h. in'p tEliat A bbey, oyt Lol,,t Key, and tha hoto- b t to E'1 ::tSt,1-.o0r, Fo .orol.oft Louitoill,. ott io l|ii. in, or. or o-.FlOSio river low anol fllior9--i fort rolar oil Sua-tlt5rlandol lar.' P C " K .IF & CA 1SVPS-70 banc ror u~rtrd Ic klaea td 'ITrrr rnlorCul, itrtanrr ornd for rule by ISýýn ,1. 4 IRyrJWNi Bltd $t og rat ýiu ots to. stilt pircllar~erdtb R13' RIy.il) & BIARSTOW,7 InkPlll or UfORTIER-London Porterrand bronrourr, hor eatoby SCEA)&1 BnR.'I'OOW. s13 _ilt_ a incs ·iYu-soweet Matrlgo woe to jr conr sr, forV rule ley READ dri B 3STO$V, _..jsl$". '7 Book Pilce j MY o Drarr ts 97, 1392, 148. i83, 11th or.' , tedtibrring tn r rr reipro i to the rrri o iI toiet rlhlaj, of grindla Ih roried troo to ftrLy A GAfFe, M ANTAr -2$ Ior 4-4 brawn frbeting ; tanding Sfronmbhp Noroganoort' br -rae hy eMS ... L I$IID;E :lz Cc, 134 MSngooircort L H[ 1G-rtoEe onrnbto lohgto laoding atobn Noragnroett, ins sale br ' BRI)CGE & Co, 134 igoCirer rt V(Oh8ANS & - n canerro ra rrngot mro'. roll :4tofrocr, ard kirrp Iroagno, boy, voortlor rood . etsifdrev'. brogpni ; mn'rt or ppec., &r. o.jdiog foron. drbip lIaragaorrllfor ralre v a13" 1 I$tlItS1Gl. & C0 13$ Magarinei t AL 1d&1 P 'T=Y25 ilrcn nlrrolo 1Shorn I. pot. In btadder. louding fririt 1'r$ P e ke lrrc, ood si-n-a Jrr .ARVIkc.to ANDRftEW S, aS13S' cr Crra'r n rr 'l.'rtrropittrinrn rio `1£Unl UA IoA UloI, and1 ligrir'no>.r aod. oo ma,,a- rr uses S' 6pe~rvev gorrr orcbic, 5 do iqrllrice peace, nod hake manna, aor for oale by - JAIRVIS & ANDRRWM, .a33 r correr Comrbonrr& Tlooalhtlolnrtr rte WIiAArur S$AI.$)& , iS EUKi,,-Jrs rerce red u iplsrdid-arlclrof Billiard talLs.rndCrirreo. .SUS& hsH ALIEN, A`- ipell Eorblmrgeto ol, cor I t.Coe arlel.Corparnol er AtJ tl tEdS OL-SO lr9siHlrln oilorectriviog per T loo gr Cluiotirlror, for Yale by .19 8ijAI1. & 5tlUlOWN, 9G.Malogoxte a$ XANJLErS-OI boxer, Jdd's ,srlet, ood BMALI.''B.HYO\VN fur .sal by 8hArriSON 13 :96 Moagzine at 1fI & 2OD000 1 S'eiocipr Cigar., in ilooter boo.s C. oraq1. by. ISAAC BRiDGE & Can q43'5 .. .54M,.otrrlru~ lef FO A I IINTr boor,.y s anir wo!stry Kitrri no 1St Joln strneetrbeiween Poydo and HE viao streetnear dise New Markete Rorsestioo iro .tOflny, J Cr. Aroro e R CI.ANNON0,"12 Camap rt I I 3 ECIGOIUIIY'OF NATU RE,erxplnin :.ld4SJt1aotersted on the prinipeirs of modern .ioto virin, with forty tal ;rbrta. 61 lWi -jmin oro!isse iroluring prieicrloro hitagi nero 1it relragpr purl "ef0 'rurpe; Irvorerrr ~i~zo O~rsO S idrb im lneruIrrois thJSoo ; ,.n° rttra rnr..rdis oerrorrn I~fnrc > i O51A I) $Ab.¶pRr uieS. eopcrr OR?ý ti.A}VU ii ~,I-51.11,buabel rupceior seek. jsr orrrlnm! Rtr .speo I t re brig Jarrrr, ii ~ ri!~~i Crrrooro go .1 11 "Q s . '- 3yd'n ra'h {34 t i)*) ern f irramt $ ro IcO. rear ratrrn YiP q rip ,uofori.no$,tr4r. SIr beiw purpneoeuf + In.g&.J~. tr! itsi. r S o'tblerr ray Isr.) lj oeoQ A 1.rAOthol .!Ta& A 22$rrr S rrlunk .y stkltet jrri ,ro. 0sjrtir"t' rorhiotir Le. .ro tor.crnxrrlaone000, or entftSy 1S4)~ .PROWN, 9b Unger u~a.Ri S in en rtlnJ with hthis iOtce is a I SPLENDID AND E NSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE rO' Til PRINTING OF `Pamphlets Blank Check . Catalogues Bills oTLadinr Labels, Dray.oceipta, Legal Notices Dill Bill Porms, Show BDills Steam Boat Bills Circulars And every dewcriptiom ofJob Work sthl may b requoird. TIlE 'RUE AMERICAN. EI)I'I'11t BY Jotgal eallglOl . PAITIrUL AND BOLD. NE1V OR LEANt: SATURDAY APRIL 20, 1I39. EUROPEAN OrlmosOs.-The following paragraphs are extracted from all article ccpied without comment by the locofoco press, and tih.he Bee and Iflleti of this city from lthe Liverpool Standard. Tile article is rath er bellicose in its toiu, but argues that the United Slates are not ill a situation for war. After enamera ling some, of lde causes whrhh indluced to the conclu. sion, theI Standard remarks: " And lastvtllh American eIizEbs themeelves are now divided icto two groeat eFnstes-ltle mioritl, conlt sistin 11ttile mnolst walhllh, ilnteligent and hIo lorable part of the counnity, wlho fre he ilnily sick of repub licutl scllelnci atld thle manjority, ho io sittre nine tellhs of the pi)llltion.I tlt Iwo theell t Iwo clses there -i,,t the Ino:.t inveterate jealousy and ani noos y. The formerclss lis nlmnst entirely removed frrom tIhe llireOtion lrI puhll 11lhirs; it e ntertFtins a hearty dis tate to tlr demllocratio ill.utitillnr oft 1 colantry, slnn hle lounhlace is at once tle oblject1 of its scorll nd of its fears. 'The tllOerrclss, the majori/y, wici consists of tile ignornt rbbll e, woser elefollectF in agrarinisml, die tIstl anld lIlbrllever.r tllillg flt has tile gtesihlt rer seblanRce to intellrctd.tl IFineInrF.t 1r English man 'iers. The difference nn.l htred between tlsese two par ies redaily iilerea.iog are ino, tal.l, and wil go or ierer-in0 . IllI .isle u fil r eoxplosiol oeeurs. n1drlr sto1l cino'rt11ltIae^s" the government of the U. .tler, wlhlatever Itho Lg erlneht if the State of loine lanv Ilhlnk Froper In Id, or lhe Ie.ire of the rabble, whoi ldrtblen dtrile nlstreucormls feeliln nstowrdstlil., cntn try, Ilny I. t t gll ,llrnlellll we sl , would Iever vol ttrile donvl- act whiel ,,b.llt I;prvoke a war with E:tglal.d, e 1.cet minder ponsitie ssranee thatWfor asuch in arl i terosld etl he railed to an arcount ! Besides rr I utllooW thllalte most itnflrltinl nund talented men of. that go/Ierlnno C l Ri d te , Iil ri t nI ' the peaople, bove l.ldel IIIto enterui ti In loe c1 fri ly fholing Ihwards1 thie aoontller, d nIever toulrl hle te provoker oft woar w t8 1111 itonr tin.o 'The 1 t ruSllllll ill tilre ove opinionu s ha exlbia d Illt n litlle iglllran0ce ofl our people alld of our instit.ll ory iTe vxigtlertt, ile w ifeelings that anh nhte tlhnm are nioreaprruept. it is ari that oor republic is "h di ilded i.t, two greI t clseilll."-the Whirs and Itenior cos. l torlltles the lWhigs ll It breen in ile "minoritty" o111as11 h' i 11 IIaIIIOst enlirely removed fon:ll the dirc t oftll lllli ulIO' rs"-Iutte IYhave inver sustained ndll ihent, danted i ite relllpbliclran institulions of thle ?lnrylllll1,.11 1ein15lf tile people, Ihavle regardeld tlhe witl the Itveeltst flllor-'ee'ioi. l'hey have alwnay AmerElc It respeeitahl, . nlittlr uld by ulnceLing anwod pnt aritid e or;,l', tlec" have n lllor d a pnrlinn of the majritty flo II their' plrejllditel a nndl thir fI's+ worship, to a true sell+.t or the:r itulllltion nlld the dangers thRat await the 'lllilllrrllPd contlini li i slh Ia aIII c tl a inf Plllgs. 'im1 "anori' y ll"I lOll 11n by tile Standard, who Iltlh II 0 l 111r oal lh l 111.0 oooo ng agg i l I.IOIF III have 11 litter dete ntion of, a ev dti- t hi at hears itio Slihlellrt I. e lldlrlllu e e to hllect qua ref tnnelitt" and S1.1 10 I eilljr. oldt is agr0rlinns,"' are dwrilndlilng do11 n Itun nhlorit mrnpidl., lnf . not w thourt tile most rdespe nate an11 lieeu y cmll lenslll asruggle°. TIe, days o r!.n !Coilri r tleai nuimnbered. Ig glrs . o er lle t h v re he ill I1 be o111 11.ho ill nt 'l1l Ilheir00ar tingle with IllnInIll at tile rt1 letn i ill ll the Wllrdi, ibut 11se who re heard n ,db ill polilit' illn n1myroelId arI callIs to eovery sense 1 11101 : II 0llll1 d t' lli llll1. ''be p 1Crid Us11111 1t rrive WhenI the ho hit1d .;lp t mlllc ill be 1 llpd 1 nd rrthe hl ylbo llu e Ipecln.rle nl pltios iti, ' I eIII) , oLheIn the silver veil o 10tt IItatlse pbhrph I llllll 1h. ton IfiIIw. n IenItill nh or 11erl li nt tu1 ps of lther bli lly alr..hillllwed be f bard nt the stisei.hecld g.ze o 1h1te eis dy l evoted fllower . lnThe Sat :tld stalkf i "ignoran t Inlbthle" formingso nlill t-tlhllo of cIrh" mlp iililn.n III p(lillt of genFrt l illn tfllig.ce fiu d an ditmiend r there it atie irality war!l tnh 1 1 e lldt s o ur. '11b 1111 is se lrr Jly ita lnlive Anleticu all t \o .with if lilth, experienrC:, wonld not lllk i)re a11 1111 ItII rilellll the ll lllPr of Britis ilrllnoto . I o k it! fle I"ngliosb In bility, nnd steua a ll roll I:n r l,,ao i lllld l .lllll llllln ,mllll.e, nlixed llf hll wt a oJllll itlhOllldi~il', dio'hfirfh it vast n e nho r of ltled fi ll'IlIl.s a ' 0i1 i .ls r 1y 1h o )e tI 11. If we 11ve n "Iigno lfll1t rallll, " i i I ,I 'e Illl Il' ht ollr great sefa oarit into I 0whi, Ic .,l ullo.k1idII esrIiall l. Gi0nt irithin) amits t e o so11111f1 l o eoIl oill s IIhI 11 1' is tl o f 11111 eho 1110 nl.lli111 p jl loF I':'ni 11 [ htnnd ,." n I .I 1 wkl1 I tey fil d Ibeir w1 y into our i.~,r Ir-:.',I lerlienile ountry, Ceell e to aqulir: new feelings a 11lore elll0rged views. lllld oppIaro Io expend Ihere li it cmnllllllalls tile Alnlmost Iollfndllssnesl of our wer r1or1v,ltl mnagnificence of 00r foresth , tile grantelr of nor nlonolitlI 11 tIhe g1111i1y 0il 1ynriety o our eslilme, Ith ferliliy o1" our soil, std Ib e caplcity for navigalion of u111srllreamlllls Telre is i li'rtlsllss andl a .freedom in ollr very. air, tI t imolllll lrl vior, and se111te01 to give bealthll and IreIngl h I, tihe11 int1e1e111110 fanilllties. Vhtlever nyI be tlhe political prejudiees ilhibed, and htlever thte spirit of ipnrt) mlay manifest ilsrlf and array our olllllr.,ilen ill opp11osition Io ea101 oilher, tle love of eountylr Ihl been thIle first lesson illcllaICltl in every American anl-am, they will nlways be found united in heatrtlld Inodbnd sl.+illnt "n n yll lllny. KIIowing Ibi,+ feelilln to anitate every bresnst, we cannlot but Ino(h at tlr t 1 alln\ igtomran cc of Britishl journalisls, whi. ittcr fhle erud.- ilmginings which are the offspring of a di,.lnrbed emItI di.;eausd fancy, with all the gravlty and eornystn,'s ol st uber tr,,ths. Such was the spiritI ilS in:ll we rend rho nrticle from the Stanldrd, copied ntotl oulr city HOW preprlosterousa is such stuff "Trhe niiled bne w rre ne, ,rince the declaration of inlcndlcn-r, ill urh b n preariolus psition nas they nohw or(. in she outh Iley are tnhrlnlelln d by two and at half millions of discontented slaves, shn 're only wnlclhing In iipportunity to cast l their feIters, and take el'l.yenalle on tihon who hold then in hondlUe. In the Free taltes, tllhe erre upwards of OUree hundred Ihoraneid froe pro ile of color, lio ar borning ito et thei.r 1rrr1ln Ir n lhe outllll h reie. slid beh rvellged on lhe iiaiinionts of hi. free StlaPes w.h Inear them ihbefree slaves!) worse tham threir brethren arr re Irted in tile Solth. A ill, on tho Weslrll frontier, tllere are sole hlllldred t old illndin waiririI manyi of whml have be lei vni n iiihi the laii ytrI, ejlloatly boniasled from Iheir ietn Inii.,1nid who are only waiting an opportnu ity finr revenge." At the time of lhe last war, the United Stalte were in a lll 11 morn "preenriius poisitliln." Party spirit ran equerlly itn hiigh-if not higher-the very war itself was a snlbjei t of controverrsy. lut as England feilt a thnt tinmle, Party spirit does noI1( dull tlhe edge or blunt thle ipoint of outtr weepon, or nake our aim less h nerring. The South ir not thlletene d by its slaves, whoi are easily Lept in suhjeciiio, manage all the insidious at telpls of Abolitionists, whllo are tile very insruments and tools of Britishl policy. What if 3100,000 free no gre's in the free Stales do burn to set their brethren in the South free ? They can nevner fire their way ilthrou tgh itleirveniug country, to forem a junction withth he Enve~s of tile ontiI, and we are prepared to S:ni all arngiglegrs lack thle way they caille, or subject them tIo a sttel of sFrildlllle, which would preelude of fensivroperations on their part. We piresunme the Free Si.res nnticipllte no danger from tile few colored per aons who nojourn withinu heir precincts. In case a servile war shoulld ever occur, tihe whites can easily defeat tlee Iblacks, wil, ate, for the nmoa port trained to 'thijection, and have no thought beyoend the present moment and the suritieftion of their animol necessities and propensities. The Free Stateo have no sympathie. in common ith the lveso til he outh.-Of eourse, wilt the exception of a few fInalies and unprineipled wretcher, they would wilt great unanimity furnish a every aid to je Souti, in their power. No fears are anticipated from the savages on our frontier. t They ore disarmed of agrnt portion of their aboriginal feai *ity, nad have been penllonerl upon government a o long, and for the most lpart so satisfled of our trength, that they would a hesitate long, before they iterrup the harmony now existing. liosl true Brtishll policy, in the last war. incited the savages to struggle gainst the Amerleanse , and commit eery outrage nand depredption and rruelry, known to their peculiar mode of warfre;. Bn t their means of inirting injuries are more roll Itraoed thea they were, and their relingstowardsthe Amer iran people are mlre amairalie; in fast they feel their deens. denee in a great degreea pon ul. not only for many of the ne cessaraes mnd convelninces of life. Iut for pmotlion fromn rnch oadsr, in their private animities~ and feuda. An army ofS)ltl Ul. properly tomated on .tle wetern frontier, would he a uStlfileet safegnrd from the Indiana. Ifl he riitish Press aknew nire bout our country, its eoa dltion, lltlpleslities.its political economly and doameio ar Srongemoalle, we should not .o oftel see allle y peeultisma pu forthexhitLling thl e pretecmionr of onaaiead and bloated Iloo , I rellee d prenumptio. and furtinhibg fold for laughter mud i .imrjqr. I. Wetiae e l astonished- to see in the leading preg.e.ft i . I.ritain aln etire wamnt f knowledge of our i ltaatinaoi..aal|it aast whon the fiacilbie. oaf o.lamuni SnraIr are am' creo between mtle two Cntreies Our Conmtio alien is veryarief, ane ita. stamlmn that it ha not beeas read The mtnt chtno pmiit i ather omething l herefrotm ; of atb jrdij.d. rtela iOm of the l.ates to et h other and to the gone.r i at gw me la.,. [ o Ve egrelth st te Stan lrdni, ,hkinig dthere will neo:idar, bitt we arrive at that oomdtitmbn by adiloe rent phte,.e, Wethink that the diieultien will be e adjusted without htltilities, beeline they can be ar rangedi in a anmicabhe manner. Justlice mest be on 0ne side or the other, and as it is plainly on intr, we think I the Bltish Government will come to terms, and give up the teiritory, because ill a trial of armn, se is as likely to be eortted as we can be. Iler situation is just as precarioue-only in ittle more so-party rune jpist asI high with her. Sheis as likely to be annoyed by incur rection.and.lhe has an ignorant rabble that have as much influence on the Government as any in our coun try, on ours. We do not regard European opinions with very much respect. They are too often the ofspring of prejudice and a smattering ofinformation, just enough to lead into error. When our country and its institutions shall be understood, and the warp of ignorance and error is removed ; we shall be prepared to trat the impresasions and strictures of foreigners on our country, with com plaisance, and listen to their cnommentaries with plea sure. Among those who do know tsmething of Ame rica and American institutions is Do Tocqueville, and he is respectfully recommended to the Editor of the Standard, et id omne genus, Coleridge knew something of up, but he did not make us a study. We must be e studied to be known. Cvrr.rE. will commence her engagement at the St. Charles, on Monday evening next, which will continue for four nights only. She will appear in the interesting meio drama of tihe Child of the Wreck, and Ia Blya dare in both of which pieces she appears to great ad vantage, lnd never fails to win tile unbounded ndmi i ration other audience. WILLIs'S New Play, timhe Usrer drew a crowded .house at the National. and was teceived with great ap plause. The Old Clock, a farce by a gentleman of this city, was pretty considerably applauded at the St. Charles, on Thursday evening. when the ,arber com mencedlatmering the head of the " taken in." There are rumors in circulation of a suit for a large sum of money, having been instituted by order of the general Govremment. [Courierofyesterday.] Against whom? Can't you tell us ? PRESIDENT OF HAMILTOr COLLOrGE.-The Rev. Simeon North liae been appointed President of Hanmil ton College in the State of New York. MAUvcrcrnTER's BANK AT BELLEVILL.E.-The New York Sun says thlt the Maufeaturer's Bank, at Belle ville. ia no longer able to meet its responsibilities, but advises holders of its bills not to make too great a sa crigce immediately. A lnonlNE.--The following heroic eact is worthy of record. No annals display greeter heroism among fe males than those ofour country, The mothers of the West were as dauntless as tim hardy pioneers whose privations they shared. On Malto, night, April lot, nhegro slave, belonging to Genr, Williiaisom, of Blnolmsbury, Wanrren eOllnty, N. J. about eight e liles from i aston, attetnpted to toke some liberties willt the wife of Mr . . Willmesnn, son -iftle tirmer. The Inesinoit of the lady wae absent, nd she h oas . with ttili e children. She, to preserve ier honor, on tile a., ranchl nftle slave, soized a gun, int! lhot hIlel icd on tl sprot. The frigate Coinstitution was not to sail from New York till afer tlhe arrival of tile Geat Western. Patrick Conway, tried fir and convicted o tile mar Sler of Groesbhack, has been pardoned by Gov. Seward, in coonsiderntion of facts since disclosed, estarblishing his insanity at time of comnilting the deed. Hlunrter. t rlnempiric, wlhose unakilfulueall s lld harba rois treatment of Mlr.. Conl 'n, noticed yesterday, lls been arrested, and declining to answer the Coroner, touching hii cnilpubility in the matter charged against him, before that otlicer, was reiimandd to pri.oni for triul,. T"fo MIARYLAr.N I EGISLATURE ndjournred on the 6ih inst., sine diie, Iller na ession of a little over three in nths. The New York Hun oays: '")lring tile session, greeit plilrls Ilav been m1de. Iv the I egi*liture Ili ,iyO g IicW iiinPerus iL their publiC worlk3. \Whllc we Isle i:nto conside:alin tIhe po. ite i of Mairvland, our hlighlest adniiratlio is a ter sceOrcily snltilcu lt to expres oiur lbeling f sym)alotlv with i. illplic spirited cilizen'. Sihe lne unolertokee woirkh that in el,colpnrativo illneilude aurpaca Iimse of any oPther Mtate ill Uine llisnl olt witlh a Ierseverlnn. taliir. of tile oiiin diI-o.crteninI Ilateole.-Whino Ihr pronjeti are conlplte:, nmIi liev will be. sle will ilyo I efifutled ;sternial iioill'iiioati, to anl extent beilndl anv otlor State in the h,i,_,," _ - L.Tr.S meR LouisstLrnL-Through thepoliten sI of our friend Capt. J. W. HIusell, of the steanmer __ pres's, we are farpitn ivtitl l.ooisville dates of the 13rh, c,''., vnncce of the Exprese Mail. The Empress is one of thi very best hnats or. the Western waters, and she has one of the mast experienced olficers. We should feel as secure on her, as if enagly seated at home. Tire Journal of the 13thr says, the river was falling slowly, but the ocenosional rins would keep it up for some time. Stock of dry goods and groceries ample; bagging, 20c; rope, .e; bacon, hog round, 7j a Be., from wacon; 8 1-4 a 8 1-. from stones;-superior hams II; cotton '25 bags Miss. 18e.; atrained do. 15c.;-coffee, (Rioand Havanna) 3 a 13 et.; small lots 14;-arrirved 2226 lngs, floar, dull, $5,75; Inrd, 9 a 9--from wagons 8; molasses 45-,509 bbhl arrived in the week; sugar, prime, 73, inf. 6 a 7-in hble. 8 a 8 1.-loaf, IG n 18 white, Havanna, 13 I-3;--tobnce, $12 45-one hlld sold at $13 20;-whiskey, 41 a 41 I-. ExcuaeInc AND MoNcEY.-The Banks check on the East at I 1-2 prem. t)n New Orleans, the Bank of Kentucky takes time hills at I per cent.; the hlnk of Louisville 4 months hills at , 90 days at I 1-12, 60 t I, and so on, decreasing I-2 per cent. for each month; and the Northern bank 60 day bills and under, I per cent., over 60days 1i-2. Alabama money goes at 10 per .ent. discount. Ten. nessee, 5. Union and Natchez banks, payable on de mend, 1V; payable in August, 12 1-2. Rodney, Man chester, and trie branches of thire Natchez banks 12 1 2. This evening, Mrs Ilarrison takes her benefit at the St. Charles, and has selected for the occasion two very interesting pieces, cast with the entire strength of tire company. Mr. Farren takes his benefit tomorrow eve nintg. The friends of these beneficiaries will bestir themselves anl- secure good houses. General Scrrt has declined tire proffered compliment iofa public dinner in thecity of New York. The Boston Medical Journal reports thie case ofa la dy who was compelled to have her foot amputated, in consequence of running a common needle into her heel. William Dunlap, jr, convicted of having murdered his wile, was executerd oit tihe :9th cit. ir the rard of tihe rison at Williamsport, Pa. Hedisplayed ariextr, ordinary degree of firmness from first to last, his calm deportmlent never varying. Mr. RITCoHIE -We Iave seldom seen a more gra phic and pungent place of satire than thi following illustration of the consisteney of th eAditor of the Rich. mond Enquirer, which we copy from the Warrenton 'rices. When he first came upon the stage, hondled up in his conservative overcoat, ill concealing tihe locofoco figure, his actions were dubious, his hews were auk ward, his position was wretelled. There be stood be -tween his divided party, a professed eonservotive but a practical Iocofoco; thecennecting link between the rowdy outriglh and the idemigetnlliesn. He wan Ssrorned b tile locooehos, disregarded by tie conserva tives, and derided by the whigs. 'IThis half way busisese,we saw, eould not last long. His conservatisma we knew must go to pot. Accord ingly nwe have seen him, on tee late occasion, in full assemtblagse of tie whole .ltate, ike Bily Button in the Ftyilg Wardrobe, cast off. first his conrervative great coat-then his long tailed blue--tfen hnis waitcoal- d then his shan--t-hen his sham again--anoher sham I aoriter-anotheryetr-a sha- a -gin-a ah nr'san-Heavens! what a moos of sham disguised his fair proportions! Behold him now deoonded of his cumbersome conservatism! How free his motions! "How ntatral and unconstrained! With tire buoyant spirit of youth, b.lieeundsa into the boa of Irs sui-tren.. d sury coach; and with a light heart ond Ihis pair of breechers, this most accomplished whip rattles his nor lchine over Ih. nelLon, reckle sofits dstlructive proper riesr and revolutti narytendencies. How strange! A professed conservative driving the tf esuhtrernsory stage! IaleiuS a poor wsay-farieg wig to srtop hit in i his mad drive, with hollon driver! i ou have dropped yourway bill, hranding him a paper which reads lthusa: From the Richmond Enquirer of last fall. " We (Mr. ritchier) can have n,. alernatire, we dare not hesitate beteseea oureconrury and our party. 'hisi Solious sub-treaury echemle emust be resisted at all hazardc rld every nacrifice. We view it with holy iaor. rot ! Whilst it will prostrate the best interests of our country, its lenldncy is uabversive of every priscipte n ofreoeblilanistal. It ;sraiaana and revoltllonary." " Deam the way hill.' ehoaee this reckless dlriver, and tcrack goes tihe wip,and round goes the wheels. lowA TIstrnTony.--The ensuing relarkli, aoken from the Pt. Lonuis Args, of March 22, site, the grewing prosperity of this sew territory. d'rhe Ilereiver of publo ltneeri at Burligason, Iowa I'ernitlry, arrited is this cit, a few dlays niriuc, brinsgig prilh hir, to deprceit il Rtthi.b, tile credit of tire 'm'res Jorer of ithe United Stater.$34i,B00). .fThe office at BRtdington was opened -al tie let of (J-toher' land since phich tier, er!bracirg a perirtd of I haa th's months, 400,000.havncbeer n aceiyed there{ for lands. .- u, • Of this motm( tapwaold of |100,11)0 wire reeaived in nilver,.ahout 45,0 0 ia gold, and the thalee in treasury oaten, Miigurn and llllnooo ltote Bank billh, and Mili tar y Land arip. STha proportion of gold, we understand to he much larger than has generally been reeived at other officer. ,ore than thOre-flurthn of tim large amount men tinned ahbov has het paid by the attal .ettlera of tle country. Emigranto are now going into Iowa in great numhere, and it is ennldently predicted that ere two years shall have elapaedi from the date of her organization as a territory, to wit: by the 4th of July, 1840, ite will have a surplnus of lany thusara cls ov.r the numlber of in habitanta nccessary for lnur admiassion as a Stote into the Union. RooGRnavY An WELL AS MUnRDER WILL OUT.-Joio Sinclair, of Wvaterloo, who obtaieod targo diseounts Sfrm several honks, two uear. ago, for t he purpose of I purchasing Wheat in a Oio, and then ogve out iat lihe was robbed, ias recently been committed to jail. He had transmitted a package of money to Philadelplis, to he sold, which has, we understand, been idvntifitd by T. W. Olcott, Esq., as a part of the funds diacoounted for Sinclair by the Mlechanics' and Fnrmera' Ilnuk. imhlair was a mian of property and standing. Ite oad not tile excuse of necessiv for lii crime. Such din 1 honesty should meat its reword.-Albany Eve. Jour. An Obediet Soan.-" How old are you?" said Mr. Kiplinga to a dwarfish young man. " Twenty. " I Swonder yoll are'ot right down nshamled of being no bigger." "Al oi ense of Ibing a dutiful boy." "IFlow so?" "When I was ten, fathtor put lia hanl on my head and said,' atop here,' and he rn away ; never seen himn since, and I did'nt think it right in me to go on growing a ithtiut his leave. Inrrene of the Grort of Coon in the U. Sltatles. -" In 1791, only 18.,316f Ih. cotton were exported from the United 'Itatea; in 1798, it wan less than lI,00U,000; ill 1802, tire amount eas 20,5111,075 Ibs; in 1819, itwas 87,9!7,045 Ibls; in 18201, it was 127,86l,152I Ibh; and in 1830 it amounted to 298,459,ltd Ibha, in value 659,675, 887! This nimunt in value was leas v $7.,100.,U0O thao in 1825,wttn the quantity was less by 122,1l1100,c Ibs; the price in the latter year being more than double that of the forimer. 'te amount exported during the year ending winth eptember, 8J38, was upwvrdo of 6)0,000, 00h0 Ibe, leaing of that year's crop, including nearly 8,0t,0nl0 Ibs. of stock of the previons vear, whiclh re mained on hand, upwards lof 98,UU000O"l) Ihs. fir ihme consulnplion. the year's orop in round numlbers, exceed ing 720,0011,000 pounds !" CURIOUS RaLATIONaHIP.-Accordiing tthetDunballry S(lMae.)' Times, there is a by in thnt tovn whose nmother s his incousin, whose cousin is his nhie, i whoe unclel is his father, and whorae griIandfather is hi uncle. VWho can give an explanation ol this? FOR NEW YORK. The A I ship ROBERT BOWNE, Chas. Mansfield, msliter, wants 150 to300 hales cot ton to complete her cargo. For freight or passage, aprly on board oapolte the Orlearls cotton pre or tn B . ) & BA S'I'OW, atO 7 Bank place, MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS. T HE price of Irsah flour to-day is $675 perbhnrel according to the Inrif; thile blakers shall ive dn. ring the snioing weak (from Monday 22d ilst.) 41) oun oes of broad for a hit. Bread of the seeood qoualty iy reqlired to weighl 5 per cent. more. vi: 50 ounces. april 1' . C (;ENOIS. M. !onr. NU lICE. lHE under;igned, curator aof thi nrcant eslte nl Josetih l. thol, deceased, hereby gives public no lice., that tie said Jos. Smith wmhoaneuccession we now adiiniister, ano Cirtor foreeaid, diil in tile Parish of Colconrlia. in thle year 18-7, in iieh Pariash l sui cces sion wan duly openell. The underaligned is ignorat of the planca ofbirthl ofthe IIr deceanid, Iut knows tlht lie resided In tile neighliorhiod wlm Irle hdiedl fir aolout twenty veers itonadi eIly prlar to his arlth. Addlress of the Corntor, New Carthaluge, Louiiaia. oap O 3t J()IIN r I',RKINS. A YVIS PU 111.1(" at iltoih par Ie $oon.i¾n( Cotratlcur pnner Iapropri(lb IneJosepll Sitilih,dhtud6, a tons ceux ql sonot iati:ltr.os, pin''it vo ndininstr.l lI die steeessaollo. I.e. iit Joenly Sinitl iNunrit olno In ptoia rolse de Collcoria en I'tllnlla 1837, . la quIe i:I nrlss la sullce'ssiloln etit ionvorte. L.rooinioo3ignorn 5 7la ce de Io fIst.niio tnl it Joseph t toi S o it it t cerlsin qtoe leiev1d6 o di nrtlllior' ls I v+isinnae de. Ollcon rdia q eulllltll - io vllort ann1,les ia rc dellls sIin ii S'odaresar an la Noiuvrie (Carlthllle. JOHN PERKINSI, April ni2, 1899. The followiig are tIhe I)rawn iinll)eraI of tie L.oolsio nilllteTry, .looic, No.22, tiir 1817. 25 2. 71 29 17 3131 5t1 '26 62 13 56 TIHIS IIAV, $20,000 .! lighest Prizes Twentya ciiuel i rizes edif $1,010! eSch. l'i ckets nnlv$ ! 78 Numbero-1-3l ltrawn Ilonlh tl. L OUISIANA LOTTE RY Authorizerd lby Art of'I.feni5ntort. ('hialter XII, pocred iallich . 18O2.tIu'1,+23. fir 1a39. to be dlowi ate Sotorda}. Ap:il 1II. Ir8Ita iI oa'clock, 1'. 1. atI the It. S. GlItEiOIt ( 4 ('a, SciMeenonors ti FATES & ifYI ' 'It'E, Alooogeoi. RICl SCIIeM 1 .. 3,"99 IPrizn . o moi.i.i g eI $2:3,873 Tihckets $:, 111--Ilnhrs $2 50 -.Qulaterns $1 23, Packages of 26 tich kex fol +oi, .arraonted to draw at least $i15. Shorra in u"-a;ry noUn For pahckges.i'fsigli e tickets, apply at n -" The Aomnugi.rs Olfam, t, s 35 3 Canal *streel, ii , to (:lllo st ROt;ANS, IltOOTS, &c.-251 cases, oe prisi: all extensive asllrt.lentil llt ll's ain d bo kil anitd cllone, I.ru golg l C allca . kll; kill unit tm ltlro I Ions; gentle-. Inenian Indladies Shoesr. PtmiiinlooiiiI,.re ; chIdr+ iasor, Irllog.ls.ad tinkle ties, foor sUle Ib 1p1 21 ItRItl)b; .l ('ii, 131 laglzine or PI'ERKMI t(ll-91 0 casks snulmer aorl wisterstioed pI sneni Oil, for nalt by I BRII)GE & Co, op l 131 MSgazine at MEIIIIYAL lHOO)KS.

}l UI.TE.R iu Lonorthis or Club Foot (new) SSmith on the Artcries ; Blanci .'i Anatomy Pocket Ano todoiot ; Kamr on, tile Ear l.itlell oi the Eve; B"ll's ,ledhRal Librarv, 12 vols. Meig's Phiindelphia Practice of Midwifery Iloorack'n Pratlice, with many other valuablo Medical Books, fir sale on tbe most rnasolb le ter,, by all '21 ALEX TO'WAIt, "9 Cn.11p st Drawing of tile (-rand Stole Lottery, ('hlas 32. 32 56 46 66 63 12 71 53 26 43 20 21 TlHIS DAY. Capital Prize, $20,000! Tickets only $5 00 r GRAND STATE LOTTERY. CLASS No. 33, Extra, Alhnrized by the l.ngislaltur of he Stnte, I'o hre Drawn Tllis I)Da, April 20,1839. at hilf pat6fi o'clockt, at Bishuops lHiotel Commoin st. S D)AVlS & Co, C Matogers 75 Nuonbcts-2 Ir Iawno llotlns. Splentdid Scheme. 27,811 Prizeo, amnuntina to $2135,.90 Tickets $5 0l--Halves $2 5---toarters $1 .23. Package of 25 whole tickets for $125, warranted to draw at least $60 110. Packahges of 25 balf tickets firn ?625l(, warrented to draw at least$3) 00. Package of f25quarter tickets for $31 25, warranted to draw at least $ib 0W1. For Packages or single Tickets. apnlv at e19 At Managers o ffice Ii Charltre st DlhNTiING PAPER-Just receved tram .nips P Renown and Commerce. 10110 ream nIews Print ing Paper, ofsaperior quality and of the to lowing sizes o2 x 32 riches 24.1 x 45 " 24 x 36 216 x 37 27 x 42 "a for alehv apl 20 ALEX TOWAR, N1;49 Cmtnp st LOLUUR-3000 barrels superfile, and 31111 d line, 0 For sale by e I)ttRSEY, a20 44 New Levee TSj7I- thi:Y-/-K o errasa rectified, Ldig hft W steamer Etlipress, for sale by G I)ORSEY, ap. 2(. _ 44 New Levee f3 OSTON NAII.S--200 kegs, assorted sizes, for B sale by 1 BRIDGE & ('o, ap 20 134 Magazilm st PitKLI S--60 boxeh , for sale by ap 20 SHALL & BRIOWN, 96 Magazine at S1'EE;I.-5 tons English blistered iteel, fir sale by ap 20 SHALL & BROWN, 96 Mlagazine st SH. IRTS-5 cases men's striped cotton shirts, for Ssale by SIIALL & BROWN, ap 17 96 Magazine st M ANNA FLAKE,lorge aod small, landing, to be o1 sld by th, ease, at New York prices. SI BONNABEL, apt 4 corner Magoaine and Tchlnpitoulas sta p ARLORORNAMIENTS -Rare and beautiful curiosities, for sale only by Rees & D'lange, and at Plough's Museum. All these ornaments consist of the most splens did specimens of orthinalogy Irom Europe, Asia, Africa, and our own country. Approved notes at 60 days will be taken of - OFFEE--7 blagt Manilla jus nreceived from New S York, per ship Orleans. for sole by m14 SHALL & BROWN,16 Magazine ts OIL & KERSEYS--80 hilas Tanner.i' Oil t 30 casks spernt Oil; 25 bhles Negro Cloth, oiltabln foir the season, LEVI H GA.E, inlar 18 w 93 Common s rSTAlRCII--1110 boxes slarchl, in store and lihr sale by an9 SIIAl. & BROWN, 96 alogazioe at g OMhIES'I'ICS--31 bales 4-4 Middlesex and North. u o horn bhuwn alheotini, landig fronl ship Senator Ii for sale by ISAAC BRID(I E & Co, 134 Mugnzine at B ALLAST To M0IlBILI,E-Any vossel wanting bli e or 70 tons oracoal as ballast In Ihe ahovn part, for Is whch a fair friql will le given, apply to Box office, II StChailea. 3t m29 rORI/ N Ml.l1.--1 of Slarler's corhiined, cortn shel trr anl d g hinders suitable for plantuti use, in Ssom.for sle by CHIAMILIN & COOPER, Snlll ' 79 & 82 Julia it A AI'---0 Iioaes Soap: JliTmesi uldJ-ca -S STralhwirdge atd J A onnrtan's, itr sale lby apl I I BRIDItF: & Ca, 131 Magazine it 0 .ISHEN BU'rTEK--Ol irkhio, jontl rnnlvtnd and Ifiiroalethf) - S1ALl. An IIRI')WN, april . . 96 Miganila st AVANh jstnAIt--4.f0 tlliaa.id it toi-a fir ISe oY AJIKAIIAN TRIER, • afir I " ". 34oinlier st J l, pI4 l BRIDGE & f., 134 M;gi. zinat ST. CHARLES THEATRE. BENEFIT OF MRS. HARRISON. This ERening, Apri-t 0i,. Will be presented the comedy of the BELLE'S STRATAGEM. Duricourt, Mr. G Barrett Flutter, J S Browne Sir George TuchIwood, Pearson v I titile Hardnv, 1r U Barrett t Widow Locket, bhGreee Overture, by Orchestra I After which, the Mluieal Drama, called CLARI. Count Vivaldi, Mr Dc lBar Itolamt, IHarrisone Jocosn, Archer i Clari , Mrs Iiiison Verpinn, Det tar Fidalma, Greene STARCII and ALCOHOL--Colgate's Starch, 30 boxes; Banh'e Alcohtol,30 boxes, for entl by JARVIS & ANDREWS, apl 16 corner Couneon and Tenupitoulus tsi OATS--00 bushels la. ditg rTm steamer Iioner Sfirsale by ABRAHAM TtRIEt, ,9 31 Greetvicrt V'iEER SKINS-2 boles lInding from steam bunt EJ Homer, foe sale by A TRIEI, - a9 34 Gravier st EAS--0 begs Englitsh green peas, landing fromI kbarque Cbhenlielreer, tr sle by a12 SHALL & BIRO\VWN, 96 ,ltagnzie st J L. JROWN'SPnten Platform Balanes.--tir d eers can fbed at 5 Bienville. street, Patent P'lat form Balances, superior to any ever offered in till city. etoll W It CARNES. NEW PUBLICATIONS. W 'ISDOM ald Genius ofShakspeare, by Reverend 7 hobulanes Pride Conversation .n Nature anld Art, with cuts lSterling ald Perrluddock, or die High tlinded, by I ae utlor of"' T'retinie'," etc The Slpirit oflltc East, by D Utrqhart, Esq. Elvir., tle Nlbtob's \Vi', by Mrs Nteklned Bir Wulter Sclott's Work, witllh liograplhy, by J i Lnckhart, eolplele in B vol. ts. Jack Shepp rd, eIt nnumber, aromnence, by W liar, rison A inwortl, witll numerous illustratio ll Nicholas Nicklelty, nulbler I1 E JOHNS & Co, nap 17 car StCharles nd Conmant sts ARASOISelnd I;MBItRELLAS--40 crea .r-r silltnani Umbrellas, neiw end felhlioaable styles, fursale by I BRIt(;IE & Co. ep 18 t31 Magazine at EGRO 811IITINGS-6t bhale-s7.and 4-4 Lowell Cottons, oIr sale by I BRIDGE & Co, np 18 a131 Itengicne st hM I.\alOTHi1-ii inern iarsieiicble rl7 r ttllung, cno risit g an extensive nsn=orticnt, suitable for Itle ruentry and eitv trdenl, fer seie tie up 18 I tRI IDG E & Co, 1:14 Magazine et O IOUNT DlANDOLO, on the alt of raising s;Ik Ker'ick's American Sillk Grower's (Glid' Ceohb'e lnlleal of IItheP Mulerrc 'Tie ndai l silk Edward I' obei's Manual , datreciin tr sMeica triisilP Iting and raising mulberry trees, etc II Morris' silk raisers Mtlulll Comlstock's Practical l'reatisheo, the culture of Silk Suellinrvyif tie prinrci,tl Chlinee 'trrectisullion the tCultllre oiflll Mullerri, in.d tIe rili g of silk nwormir Jt)lhNS & to, apl 18 corner St Charlhes nd ConIo( l sis INE-Sicilv Madeira \Vine. irnnds onl Iuh Tin n k d oilli, in pive, liif liiPietiicqre er calsks lnld oc ves, a lit lehd todeIbenII trc, fr: a , ( i I 4t1,1 I Bt Ill~iD(IF &t. Co, I:3111 Inedine 1' t iit'H I eiiiei oflbe Ilnrtcic, li e. I'ardc ri lllr of" tie * :iv of tlee Sa ~Iflle'inci ill " voli TIe iAmerilcan in Pu-Ii, by Jbhn l111ilsnlle n, n) .1 1t . J K I lilel iell, hl I tul ; jiln t rerleivl,,I .it I'," r n ll'. tv c 1t 1 MKliAN, ' i'lrlen,. np I9 ~'~r Iaip ai d ai ,.r m m at i e A hindll me brick Id ellil , with I'lllilit?, eN a burser ii tat4r lIncki nP (; wi21 1N1r mlaiil o 1'4 Mani n h ivein Iolns 1i.f Milef 6. Addressl. It, poet .)1R.-. Io,. .i, 477. tillI 14 II I sIE--I l l firik i e ''ll lllS Iille, l Ind lll iJ shi-' lenrvicn tie r .lob, hn ap t .I 1 \VIII'I'nI· wo. E :, ('tto Sl ' \17KINt t iitXES--n-ti"r iii, ncilc ,lelh uir Ialule h)' ALEX T' ,% {,nR e ooiaii oi-in, , I, ciin tics r lipe. f,. i odi rill riivr, o Ill ccl l he hipi 'lan r in r il, lai e 1i ta sdei i tit\ Aid . t II' iT i ' II Ii, ia11 1 . \ ir l l i ta t I i\rI. A o, . i ].]k/".G'lint o' I l l 'hi, I'nr solil a Ibi ,n , a .h e ivb d fle 1 nssa ,tlir oh f WVt her o IfS ' 'c,' li~1 ' SI nert , & I a . n0lt (ll - i W re tl v c ill be ol, r- I e.I at thi e w llll it k,, price. " .I p U -P t7 i ' ;i'.l { - -. i fi l i. . i f si-rs r o t ,' . ls l l l f : .,.ii ", t , I - itng froi sii p SnruaTlg. f- ,or Il ,v 4113 SIIAI. &I, O IN , it ; \Illm lac"o n .i IC I ni bI - hii kilcl l e r i il rl e v i i clia E L ,I I t t i, e l i e N. lh b -b e n n W ,l , v i , i r i i i , l e! e m t J io siitle by Net li i 1ieIcl.',le a c 4nIf \cIi I.eIi.- i 'e l'|ii llil I'':.\.l lti.le'ii -tIiiI l el itox e. ..p i, rlll lllnri l d hi A ',llltd ri.'ll, lir I e llll ai'l .. I I1 11e I 1' & Vei,', l!- l ti inr Ore F, i E iiit, li rsl' r rN tie hIe s IAilI' bhh iidia ;e IIj ral:'hte iiti-t; r.eai.hs I-ieiSidi ;5llnl;) k *Jrll n A hlelt rsi II' i ,i 'k-i,i o iais, d Ihiln t. N ..np1.1I 'II/(I l ~ll(). II, 71. ('amptc ilVIRal or tfle Nabofs eilll ; hr Mr, t n Ill.c ria E il _' vol. Jick Ilaiefd, No I. LsIn' We te Afsworih, o be c illte I bIIn e prli s : with c at.l e a i lil c .onvrlrlllonll + l Nature a lnld Arl: An I l r. tig and ' llll( v lnum with UCl; trous c111. J Il'l receiv tii i the cir ial dfliees, lid dc m s'tih h'fil+, by 11rs Ellis ni ilbor f the Poelr of I ill, i C rnc of pri n29 W McKEAN, eor of Comp&('ll un.ittnoli ses CARDS 93' PRINTED at the shortest Nolice, in the most elegant manner, in Black or Colored I.Ks, on Enamel. led, White Flake, or Plain S rcitcd CAnters, and Prices very reasonable a TRUE AMI·.IiICAN OF FICE, corner of Poydras and St. Chiales sts. Several New atd Ieuntifil Founts of l'vPe have just been added to the Establishment. Orders received at Comipting Room, St. Charles Exchange, 3rd door fiom Gravier st.,or at the I'rinting Olfice crer of l'oydra, & St. Charles streets. notl--tf ItIJUi K'S PANACEA. 7 IIllS medicine blas lc hilu sucecessful ih the cure of the fidlewing dineasesc: dyepre),in, livec disease, indigestilon, ies erf iilptite, ntetollS attFeclion, cutaneous eruptions, seaccodrv Syphlilis, Mercurial die ease, genernl debility, dl II otllther dliseasea arising from imnlurity of the hlomo; it i c partlllurlv ryecn nended as t spjring and fall mediciae, to renovate ie, paired ccnst itutilols. It is lextremely agreeable t to ake, rcuetnblitg in taste r rich cordial, and Ieilng ptrely a vegetabhle erttlst-i tilo, iatny te takei wicth ptrfect safety by the soet deli cate percnns. A supply of the alove received and finr sale b SICKLES & Co, Druggits,ii april I loI 40 Cania st STEAM BOAT BILLS. 0 VNERIlS, AGENTS, or CAPTAINS ofST'EAMI BOATS' cma have their Bills struck oajf i. one or more Colored Inks, on Plain or Colored Paper, u'ilh despatch, and on faneurnble Terms, by letaving their ORnIttRSat ftUE AMlERICAN OFFICE, corner of Paydras and St.:Charles atreets. COTTON CIRCULARS l' PRINTED wilt the Greateast r :rpedition, and n a style unsurpassed in NEW ORhEANS, or else where. ORDEas left at ConrINGt Room in Sr. Charles Ex change, (Conter of Graler St.) or at T R U E AMERICAN PRINTING OFFICE, corner of 'oydras and St. Charles Stiet t, tcill be promptly alltend d to. TO MERCHIIANTS. TI7IERCIIANTS eat have a IIEAUrTIuI. CItCU trat struck ofafour hours NOTICE., by qiins iat t/he Compting Rooml oJ TRUE AMERICAN Pna'tr,·os ,()FFIt 8t. Charles Exchange. adjieining the RIE.tD tara Room at Cornerof fGravier street, oraethe I'lint ing Otlice, earnerof Poydlras and St. Charles streets. U II'CItbn Pitet Lrtier Prrseea---A Iw of to vL cery superior Letter PIreses, ioe sale Iey april 1 AVID FEll, gi hlrtreret F; IS-Stkali onI 'I't ong al.l ti iilldi .llll Packagus, attdl ickled fiet ill bids fier sle b)e S r J IP WVIIITNEY, 73 nps G RANITE--The Sbsactier i prepared tl receive orders Cfor egrnite. whlich will te plomply fitrtishtd for all purplle.l olfirctitectllre; ftilllots stIres. base Inclrs, and Frontieell frdw.llines, slens Wll low sills and linlels--Tomls Aic. of lhe bes inatterian andl Imoot clperior style ofwt, lkmanhip, net up comllplelt at lshort uolie, and at tlle Iowst rates. NEWTON RICIIARIDS, 147 Causaonthitse st,between Dauphin H" IlirguiTnd cs N. II. The lower storv eof.rk!k hiillinugsa.n lie t moved and Granite inserted with perlitct sality, and little inconvenience to the icepuant.. all 3C auw DUSSIA SH1EEitINI--.80 ba.l~t or saleb h r aplS. GE ~n.s, I "rjl f kinds and qkultits, catplrtd Mnto I daI caon, i OST-In te orefir of the' District -Court for thue Lj First Judioil Diftriet, a note drawn and sub scribed by Henry H. Forsyth, to the order of Forsyth, 96 Goodwin & Co. and by them endorsed. dated New Or leone, Jan. 25. 1837paynahle on 13th day of May, r 1838, at the Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, paragraphed No. voriettir New Orleans, Jan. 27.1837, David L. MCoy Notary Public, the note hears also the endeorsement of George Buchanesn nd John Ilogn, jr. Twis nlte wa uoncleo ed in t protest and petition, and woa lost frton the. Clerk's iable. apr 10 tic rl HE Price tnd the Pedlar, or the ege Bito SIv the author oftlhe'lheiresas." Tihe "Merchant's Doughtcer," Ac.. ic 2 vols. Public ned Private Economy; illustrated by obasdra tions tude in New Enylond in the year 1836, by Theo- re dorci SedCewick; partrnd, I vol. se The Malny Taleseof the Three Wise men of Gotham: tit iby the author of the Dotchman'u Fireside, &e &c. new supply ofJomas' Novel the "Hueenol," just - rceived tco for sale by ALEX. TOWAR, 10 apl 49 Camp at. ItOGANS--12 cose.s men and boys kip brogans Inoding from shijp Charleston, for sale by a 10 1 Iltlilt & Co, 134 MLngzioe at F FIt-CE Tt O IRENT-In Comnc'lt Street, opposite i Sishelnp'e litel. Apply to W9l. McKtEAN, c aprI 0 Corner Comp ned Common eas. AFER CANS--Jel received, o few dozens of of Tin Woafr Cons--itollxa 1-4 1-2 and I lb. For sale by DAVID FELT & Co. ape i0 Now York Stltioners' Hall,24 Chartues lt. 'i ANiILA lt P0--40 coil, assorted saizes, rneeiv SiNg ifrogt Ncw York, per thip.Warsaw. For sale chy ISHALL & BROWN, Attorney And MCagazine lL SIN --L13nipes Sicily Min alerstend wi per ship Chamirlhshohf For slttle hjI'lILy . apr 10 96 Magazine at. C. W. BELL, Altorney And Cosellor at large. j| AS Lotcled himself in Ilouston, and will practice Si the ",'lprene and some of the Districs Courts of the Illpblic oft'exas. (oioe Ion Cong(n'S street, two doors below the rei-. (-nee ofJ. A. ,ewland, Escq. enil f L Th'le Pinlyt'ne, anod 'rlee American will please ptlci'h ttho alvcce until forbid, and forward Ite nocs tnc to me at tioctlltno ton Iorcye'nl. C.W.V. C Sil\V I'tJtLItCATIONS-Nccolea Nic kleohyot. Jack Shep ard, no 1. blceweo.k'op )ltlic anod Irivate eeononVy, illuo. Ir ted hov observcnottoc tcnde ic Engleni, in the yeer 1',:i(--l'iart :--Cotversation on Nature and "Ait, \witlh (.tI- in I von. Thlie rI'ca'c' nidI the PeIar, or the ueige of Bristol, by the eathcr of the HeiresOs, the Mlerchannt's )acghter, &l. in 2 vole. Elvira the Nnbeh's \Vife by hv Mr Mnnkland, an ( Ie' of I VIc Ite' Illinisceneu, in o , e. nr o ccived and for stct ho ll'm Mcli'EAN, l orlcer of Camp & Common als [HJ 1II: I IA N -2 o, received cerchit, Set- ) 11 t a, for sale by A I'RIEIR, II 14 (irnacerat I.t'\lXANI)EI'I IWAtl o I tkteeller 419 Camp at. akillmv Ine tchna-d Ih extensive adot werll asorecl sirock tof ptcpcrt bllltk Ionks, &. of the late firm of Itring, ;:rein' & co, invites tIlie artetitln of those wInnclictngcc IlltlIHclOr rlaper, toIl e txmnomation of his estock. IIe ha Icc ctill seep eount ollly on hand a full assnocrtmenl Of'the following articles ;- PIrilting pIaper, eil nlizes for nows and hook work. lool-eap -f vurious <uonlitie,, ruled nol plain. 'noerel end packet pnst,lce nolnd w.hite. '1t \'l'l tN Pit E'SSi..S. r Of whicelh t hI- mw on hand one l)Dotuble tnedinnu one leper ill and twotaSper rnlo( siz,"a. ill ir tltn i cc.c. i c i voio. her S i clccc cf iI, I -, .d l tco e ira l itn a tnornal of travels v "l it 11 i IhII I, el. of SiHnhkspeare, hvy the Rev. T'l'hon,... I',. cec, in I vo}. lt.c h'eitio of S'hepicnc cin".' patent lorenotive en Ie, wi o p'o. e ls I.no,,O edition. I Tral c cr l of ccgc trr C en,ncl 2.I . r oe t dc ocresahhv I V c 1lKFAN, Ihlt I ~l. cIn i t i- -lih.l t:sin sl onnI ft r saleh by i tn, 111 ( )Ctt , I 4 lllll lNen, L.evce S-)- 11ll, 'I'l -1 h.l.I i ' nll ft 4-I Irotn -- hr,"tlIl nll . e ltld .*"1 I"In': ( o Jnrlsol lit, 44 iea n o l I' t hlr w:, An .in" li m, ship ('h ,(i"sloo, for sale b y itl I - illitt tE & Co, S 'lclll , , ll, Inndmc from I tp i; r(· hlrh ,on, h) r snle hy nlc'cc I cIIIIII,;E&C , ( c io, ( I , l0 A 1 - 10 1~ v e, l t - r r, h an h a : f rt o ,n s h i t f h auli n ItI 'an h c' r Ic ,ih S & J cP I'111E', nll " 7:1 l'nnp AIt t 14 , &d I J I' W 'IIITNl"Y, 73 Camrt pet Sri IS'I'c l; I:1'\1 --lt1i i ldd rrt lccccircI rn m, laodile S ,t. S & J I' WIli Yii I'AU LDINtI'S I ASr-i & NOVIPL''IES. / l -IIl [I. h, rv'l'alr of lhe T three wise eden of tiolhtc, I['l'h I'ri+r an ',1 the 'edhllr, ,r the teie of Iris-, iol, ti. the mothor t le .Merhantt's [aughter, edettalL k' ' pantlhe aId private rc.tonIoy, cpart 3. a.hi, :k A\dhI th, \Iltit r, bycc ('c . Chniem r. -- , l, n It c I c c, d n,cc 2vols. 'I b \ l h , h ot' lllt .l+, t ls . la l 2 tlls. t in, o,, of , le lc cllnthews tice conedihn, l i cc callc I . tc ll-rrl l iii t ' l yn. tl t orIenr Sc t c h'irrt, & Com'c mifn et, ,-(' fI i: ItR11:."-- II hate,.. ,, er tir t b rl.ll v, fol r slel .I hvJ b9 SIIAI. & l1l1i)\VN, t \ ' \ 'nI'I:I:- ,. n li r lll a in atouis I hJ 'tilc aIhl ill -teo by SIIALI c Illto)\c N, a Ill"n, Ii llnc iZ Iue llL ll [ -Of ',e holes Northern hay, receiving from Newe E York per ship Et)cuc c nd n ,r sale by S1 SIIAI.. & ilo(l\V)W c, M Algazne ft oi lI "alt .I itla-1Ii obreels ,row, in u 1, I ord It flr s xle Ih) SIAI.i. &. IIIROWl'N, nit 96 tllogneice oc ii Pcit rcicccwe__ it e nrnnert'c, fcr eane by ci ccl 511.1.1 i. 1 &itRit\ N, 9t11 Magoznce ci I A Kt1'. --cd Icatles Nco I,', llt, io 2 Rtcussiu lcckmc, V.ý in llsitre anldl lor role pv 0cc II t SIIALI, & IIROIWN, 96 Mngeice lt "1 11 1-21111 krg Iceccr I reaf lord, in utone and for ,-II sae 'y J 'IIAYItIt & Co, ottll 74 Pc.d.rosn I iUCIETr--IIlon ll donci tore nli ccr snle iby I nit IJ 'I'IIAYEiL & Co, 74 Poydrcss t 701111ff L lo; tent recein ci a large .cssortmeert of 1 . TfeI n nJ nlain oimbrellse, of vnrioun sizesr, for nolte oltcc'snle andl retnil Iy GOSSIP ,- Co, _ [ I _ Exclacc hotel,St Charlens ,I S)I(ItK-2'lI bnarrele ntrac anl 211 da ri park, in all J TIAYER & Ce, 74 Popdhas at R USSIA IHEETING-30 bales Russia sheetil ll in atore Ifr sale by J THAYER & Co, ll 74 Peytlrna at I.l.' UE I -Itt1.I- ull tales Hanition indigo blue SI draills, lauding from ahip Charleston, for sale by hi0 _ I RRIDGE&Co, "N EfW, ENNIIS lI EITIONS OF STANDARD l3on Johnson's wanrks, wilh a memoir of his life and writings, by harry Cornwall. Giiboan's miceellnnanout works. v ith memoirs of his life and writinl, coanl)setl by himnself-illus Irate on Irll is lotiers with oeniasonal notes, and n orrllti,, hv Jolldn. Lord Shleffield. The Art of Ilanril" silk worms, translated from the work of Colln I)andhlo. Gilbert's G(eoloyv of Enclnd and wales, with a map. Goldsnlill' Ilisory of man and Quadrupede, with anllerllor and original notes lae &c, with illus. ttatiolns colored in a superior st yl, in 4 vols. For snlsat WV cKEAN, S10 carner Camp & Common ate 7; 'alt),t SkAi1'1-25 Iarrels lnlltimore Epeson 1 saltsn In 0lirl nglatuaer salts, forsale lay SJARIVIS & ANDREWS, a1t corner Comnm on & Trchoupitoulast at V lESSIL WVANTED-'ao aaake 1000 barrels flour f to delith.x. Nova Scotia. Apply to ala S'T'ETSON & AVRY, M8 Gravier st fLD COPPI''1-3000 lbs old Copper for sale by F Sl HI D EVEREUX, uprl ,I " Tc lhapitoulal at I0A I'EST IPUBIICATIONS JA1sK I 11I)t'a1 r uaiieier, by Capt Chanaier laabiales or Cralea, ly ike anthor of Samuel Slick Nicholas Nicklerhv, No 10 Waren of n.lanti, their social duties and domestic C bti l, hy JcraoI new suppliesc Scant'slPoeaia, Woles iii I VOi 8lVO, he nnlvroml plate Aaleriatun editiioni-Cary'a edlition-and other ovelties. E JOtiNS & Ca apt ilt2 car St Charles and Common at -. TAN:':D-1Forlthe a ran hoat B-rillina, 18 t IV gross, for 1J! Lich $1,11 i r monlh will he given, anal ca,=aail ialaalloaaelrn. Apply to Cnapain Hart on aI 107 lrnvie.r et TEa7 AVA - U: lUGA--40 boxes ihile and 7 koaee Iel n -la s auf.Sugaar, i aslre, ftr a k7 t SP liIttITI Itn k 51.1`,, a.1 sjao - i. ltOV.I. JIrll' aarieaorihas re-flried his Reading I.tasinl . rho St. tharles Exchanige, Curier at Greairal and St. Charles street, in the neatest manneta r. lIesides all the 'rilci ,l papers of the Unired Slatles, of every city a' l state, .he CanadasaTexas and Alexi [ an ad tta llnaaaaa, heoOlarat in regularay and exteaiv-' Is nyauqaled nill, thie latest learpeai papers, Ioyd's l.istsand Priaa's Price Ctnrernt. Aceo wilh Inealy all alis I ii lary Per.alienls of the day, and has kihern Ilnlilealaians l" fit(: London, Edinburg, WVestminster ,llearolaual aa eoaiews and Ilaakwooda Magaznine. The Norh Anwrican Review; ithe Southern Literarv.Kick. boeaker,'J'heeiseticatn Journal af Scieneec and Arta Cnlbiatal 0aiacllulri Demaoeratie reviaw,(ientlemea'e i tamine, Aaticatau maothly, Bentlv'a Miselleny; the anle jeCirur.-nt l Review, atta n variety of aibera. All liee workstatrregularly aaasarioedear ant n eaero cod. 'Tiit- reman is elan saiplied with a .rage. variety ofl nmnps and ealacia, Niles Ilegister, Levy'e Price Car rent tll i. an celun ieaelt, Gaznteers, nod a variet+ of worlas ifrefre ate. . - 'T ie ao.t active & inttellient nlewa collectors are em planed, i.gaaive.the eairest t rivle; cnd ne paine no .r wane will be apaced to render this Reading Rtt"an the I'rcl tlhe United Staaa. t amIntrariltincs are resnctal'tdly tecattle. wct l-a-ti - OAF S.UARVarlotta qualitie ine toe, and Is lalyny by iALL a BROWN, 96 .Magatine strst, Agents to Lafyette sugar refinery *10 REWARD. A BtENTED herbelf lest evening, the slave airl A MA EY JANE, ablut 20 years of.ee, addsre markably white fore slave; tist when sioken it has tlhe accent oaa negress. It is suppncledlse hs' been oen ticed awy by v some wltle'preos, Theeabove rcewarl will be paid for her apprehbenslhe on alrtdleulo i to . t'8 t ' WCOLLBRTON. B ROMANS & Otrrn1-4l00 cases, esmprising aric extensive assortment ofman's and sisy's kip anil russet brigang ; "men's calf end kip boots; Indies, sie seu, andchildren'a pump5, shoes, slipp rs, alsl Iseckle ties, fr sale by 111 BIi1 OE & Co, sl 134 Masgazineest. uCITY BANK, New Orleans 6th April, 1839. A T A Meeting of the board of Directrr held this l. I)a, the following Resolution was unanimnurly adopted; viz Resolred, that all nales under renewal in Ite Bnnk, may be renewed until the first day o. December nex., on thepeyment ofua curmilment ofr lwenty per cent, aml the snaul diseount. The board of Disectors re serving Ise rigllh to reqire dditionaupl security in all ases, wbere they many deem it ecrnsory. 'I'O RENT. A comfortable dwelling orsne in Caremn j.ss deltntreet, Ibtweenr Caral andi Common'seats. _sdL Also. three tenements, with very large lot in tirma. Apply to DOYLE & MAY, apl 16 No 3 Cnronadelet .t LI AY--(Iu bales Northern, landling tsm kri. Mary Peaneu, opplsniteSuzete strerI, Rd Mnssia4pality, and for rale by SHALL. & IROWN, apl 16 9GMagazinear ADIN CORtN1( eunsenl nit hn amtIi ftr sate 1b SISAI.L & BROWN, a Splits 7 Isi Magesincat I Mary Pse l,opponite Suzette street, for sale by spl 16 SIIAI.L & BROWN, 96 Magazine as Fo R SALE.-A first rcte itlkb, witb nitsiting a ty's Ivery end anley talte, No. 12 itslver atr or No 3 Usrnidelnst at. pi se " ' JIIITTY stN CsNTRACZTS -A n -wad'imgtm i rvededition of Cbitv n Contrncts, beuinp ithe 41I American edition, 1u which ale rosw added copicus notes of tbe American decisions to the present time. By J C Perkins, Eeq. A taiw sipply of Pothlirr on ibliqationn aso tof Cbity's Blaekstoae. Jlst reeiveda nil fr ruaa bj apI 16 ALEX 'OWVAR, 4 r Cnmp as f OllNjII~y-.eii wintri , Oil,. QI euske intl ciioioneks; FstlUner oil 20 bbl; tsnner's nil, 0 b11 n i; r tam .r ail 10 blll; in steor nend ier s.le on r*e naeblu tliiers, by JARVIS & ANDREWS, Wholesele Dlruggista apel 16 car Ctlnmmon & +Tclepise lnie at PreAR--225 herls lainding Iron tslur :hlueedid tr I B.ston, for ul by A IT'RIER, p I16 34 Graviersa H EtIINGS--fll boxens Ineding trime tbr Splen I dlid, Irom Boston, for uale Iy A T'IllER, r Ii ot T heavier it E toil, bein osem oen Chairs; do ereetan cannea.eat; toilet tables, Wall staii;r, Itcking chailti nd rolaed iOst cane cliaiis, flr asle by A TRIEII, unpl 16 :14 ieirne t EL OU BIas o bh iseoin i lie slciitpi g iieg c kst lre h ty i In) tISiEnY, nil A . iNen. t, s. l.lUll{--Vll 1 bIn lrunlli,.g ,,ii niii ,,,.r I.ixie lgrscgc for rlsd Iby UG Ir)OlrSp, Ifispl 44 Ndew l.revui /r11ti1 Cn'- tis)lfC-sThn life ,fC.idihn, l'beveer. a iiclioci oif RItuh, tnt Ariohnitp itr i drex h:Wjest been plin :Prhed andl ('%Izt tb ot, v:i;lrn ' in It Its ancittit Iorrod l Irn *ir u1 'l , t hlrl' .uv ov r wnone a Vample in.ce nttlihv ofei iLtitin. (len t tle Pthei e Jo.rcuTte a nle : " No inrlivividhmNl i Amrienp or ':'.ro e il redes that Nne.u teiil lisrme wihot t spitt cplid in thposea r" sentiltlc tlr findecneriunle illlt holy ite i r tti, nlsrilth Nn sllll(:h FOlllh go lll a. nn l llh lho tout'ti uIr.I. I F ? I e, leutdlgc ntl all fctel nhlal thi.cl n , will he rttryrlea ii atsnler gCentltllll e ' ilhn i ll itstll euurs lll till its en A 'I'llVA lt, 19 ('t.IIp st cuSOOK eIi•Ltnite e-- --g- :v' i I: I')1"5 ia,1 i -c ., nn till itrrttin wishint at' i ai.i.lire a kuiti .hciPcn t r in icikt rvce elre setttt t+.lr'n Ieck Ktpinl c; 'Ic*tlcn'i. lltotk Ilieping (;Inlald' t I'racteenl Cs.ieutlllllnt; Fl"et.IdoU Edne ttl,' ht'h+kke-per. .Cite-; htnr.ht'n do and IteIIltllt'c hlook Keelintp, lirt leUels Inir elites ALEX. 'I'O IwV'S Itookstore, npril 5 . 4! tnelp at i-ttel rerlet-c ttielll htrcl It iii, llttiei.tie,l y th leliv it yt llltt t . .It l t r ct ivt II dlll eiia ti le y - pril I A- EN ''o1vA It, - ll t'ni up i. SIl'e `ll~teitetiier legr leaIe oii iksct li. friends and the putliti. be1.t ihving iti ti iis In' Cf clil h of lr V-eontl Munciiiitili lI- tire tf sluhs p ,rtio if ge n min n i er siu eill rioi',,t . t ltlIntii ucltrilie unal Levee ~lrsnlll , fcibr he picp ei ife fsling 'elsi, if orntreit sndhulel urtict} i us preparedi tiI sell tIlicn enerv WIndttsinttlr i not Nt"ldv i ll S 'inlllck A. It. eonnlllllencig uIn Wi-nI-dnllc cuei, Ihe )nth ilst.. All limitt e aoces Sit fo nl p asin noti IlinpIne1N el' lto hi reb ovil I h lheir res s ttti- 'i , t l i ni e iu. tiitril l . e i i,,sr the anhe, or to tmo.io hate tt their own tank u.l iieii; all ttmpile., tit he utSd i, te th i itet-'t h diher. A enhet'ri-uiens ittcl nlmal iki II ., evetry lundlnv ai It tui'tlltCk it. tl tl h ci ii. ti-t ,st're ion-. Coa5 i Sutstt ait 3tiawi' 'n J I III.ALIE Si JOHN V. ('lIL) S, ENGRAVFl V NI ) A 't t s lt-I'l.A'l'. tRINIT-R. uo. Ks, ('ftmp Nt. W l.l, engrmvep n ril it t"t ordPr, Imti t ener, tils S iof exchalutng, Itills olf 1tuttlg, Iuiul lts) iierle no. tilte anlvii:i e enrdca nllll riI, cin l -ee.sl. eo ing i lobnc stenl8, lhcr plnie-, silt vr wtare,. t". -Slways nll S elltd, in ssorellllen of siler patiedl snid irsan dor IP s Cardl printed frocm ple. cltte. ly engrvred. - . ..- .- -.-.- .- i.. .. . T. W. cotLiit C.uited States' CL," isioner. Appointed by the Federal C(irt at NeSw Or anr. OFFICE No. Its ( Cl3131ON ST'IEE'T, (Exchange Ilotel lllldl gs.) ýAII) Commiioncr labkea Illilovits ,i ler .nd by rS virtle of the, Aicta of C,.ngrs, pased 21'th Febrl ary, 18i20; lst March 11117; the J dieiury Adt of 17;89 and olher acts "of Congrels, iallnll ea cres nlade 0nd provided. Said Cooomicsioner ha, considerable exprience; nmid ua is i.r of captiem anl ertlilieate w hieh have stood tile svers errlliny of ii,. ablest i.awyer. r april 12 NEW NOVEI.S. T lIE American in lnris, by John Sanderson ilomance of the lareo, by Mlisan ardoe, author of" tIli Ciiv oi tle ulltlln .' ere. Indecieio,,o tale of tilhe Far West, and other Poems. >" JOIINS & Co, so 17 w. corner ofiSt (Claes and Commaon t OU LOOn - andi Meaxicwi, lor sale by opl 17 A TRIE I r 34 (ravier a IEA--60 elsta et onuehi and pA cni 4k0.din L from schr Splendid, from Boston, f ,r sale by, ap 17 A TRIER, 34 Granier Ft OAP--01 boes, I ndinb from schr Splendid.from Boston, for sale by A RIIER, ap 17 3.1 lravi*r st I,ATR: PU BICATIO NS. HLER IING & 0ENIkUDDOCKn by the sutl or.f I)t Vele, Elvira or the Nablbir;bW abi the ,'rinlce and the Pedlar, by the author of the Heiress ; the Ruh bias of Coanada, by the author of Sam Slick ; the Wo men of England, by Mrs Ellis, (late Sarah Stickne) ; Jack Shepphrd, No. 1, to be completed in 8 numbers, by W H Aionsworth, Esq. autor of Rockwood, Crjch.l ton, &c ; Wisdom and Genius of Shakespeare ; Coll Warner, by G Simms, author of Gnv Itiver. Mile aliop, &e; Soluthern Passages end l'ieiuern, Poeme by MrSinmms; Captain Kydl. by the aithor of I.fitte ; lthe H uguenat, by Jmine, with a great variety olmilcel lan.oue books,just received and for sale by ap 17 ALEX TOWAi, 49 Camp at 'I'KA CUTTED S-conrtantly ouhat. a. )m o te J' sale by SHALL & II ROWN; apt 17 96 Moagzineat (iOKNMIL"LS-O dera. reeeived 'br eorn hall, by J aplI7 SHALL & BROWN, 969Magazine P OTATOES-O i blot A lswi Isen gd o e a 1- chrSplndid, from Boston. for lle bhy apl 17 A TRIEII 34 Girnvo r nt t for sale by S &. 1J Will I'NEY, ah 73 Camp st Dress & Masquerade Bfll St. Philipstrnee, beiwmen Bloyal &. Ihlorhea. 1 IIll E M anager oftble sboove noaoe d B all l t I l gr nte l ful to hs friendso adl le phim ublic I" i1d u slegra • jaldpP.ltrli.algo besirredion hiii.l iiraao ..o... ropaciolltiy ilfrnnsa tRemi that hle esltabliohmeit ha. been enlaiged for tile amusement of Viitolrs, and I i t dergone ininetse repeirn. LThe bar will be surp.ssed by nionu in quality of liquiors anad tilh Rtrnlr... ill " kept by the ablest Ilestauruo*ar It tile ilU; eo Slitca. aTh rmolo will re-opl, on Saittirdyv avenn'g, 3rd of November next, by a GIRANI) DIRES & MASQUERADf, BAIJ and ,ill tlake ,.lac a. .ual e&e., i,0Aifey, Wg.,l. a da anti lrdtty ,vuexing, durilng the $easoo,oicl Swill and on the lEt of May, 1939. o N.I. The ier.iwst lti ill he id. t keep10 ing perfect order throughout thie ealabli bnto, "a don. lase season. oct24 YEA:-1O9bage green ( aerbw;- a, -: --gpe borque CIo-:jilner, dforlei-o, ra g peb na13 ShIIALI. & sttO\VN, 9f Magazinea st 1TFADa4KAura. . - - a.bec j,. V just received er rship l.0vill5e fobsale by ..-o SHLL & eliIti N 9f 6 9I19 azine aI u|IlE owners nl I~rava i 1 T41 -d 17.2 -req, " to return reeipt of goods ,ae. ad ro o sd -.d^ignlrn ly, or"tliry-ill hn pn.rntl d to. nap .19 P E'T'ER is ,. I ,a f. Ca.lrt. .L .oald'a Adtino Lntiu Onnlmier Jaob'o L.nti r. ealer, Tooks'a P,,ll0oa Nugert's Fr.clln h Oiletonarv Parley's look "f t * United tatesi. Parlee's' let, l and3d Baok la I letrv New Y'o'rk .Iteadrn, nomlwtl 1, "2 and Keyto'ther dand3, parts f Eioerasf'l l rihetic A eW sunpply of heaishore Sekmll Iliba. t•t rn mnica n role I y - .ALEX TOWA, reeive Si qdiet, net rrr'eilavl en alsbl

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