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

Newspaper of True American dated May 20, 1839 Page 2
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,o.r orhe 0t rinnt. in not n · poye otton e .semseLobeui downward iiipa Atlantic city. e lanace. The n chnas. Exchange on pr oeant. premium, while that la On )ew York, our sight rates adtuTe. on Havana, the nrule is tg.e moment. It would ap Ialea l at once upon the dullnems I" douobtful now, whether business lfiseoon mets in. The river is fve aWherr rk. Thei h.at of the weather S&MAkKET, &e. ce. S- .. City, Sunday Evening, May 19. at 'occurred in the money mark.t on i dgged itself heavily along; small Smalde, and at a shade of decline. Ex. . rled at 71-2 to 8 per cent. The -ti o e mmetr is uponus. lih;ltutew York,cutton had gone down ful . 'ul.ect.- Onatemnhsresement ispredwrted, and o B in dr mel looked far. Exchange on Florida, nAl dleti insippi, was8 per cent against them. aliine ppi money matter are growitg worse and e"., ;Relef leas are caliS for, and is is said, a i. er the .Legs!lature . ill be called. Violence ec tticg'+houat the State. Even the Judges amr as ..eild. Jfdige McKinley had his nose tweaked by a marebl r irthe District Court. The excesses cannot ,,atuinue muchlonger; the people will rise in their iight and utr them down. Lot es llnte. hnlatum . My V. .......... 4 Vhilelon, May ......1 " ew rkll.do ...........t..o Ciinati, May ......... nhiccbno .........t4 I Loui...llt, ,to............ airl i.s do...... i ......it fit. lou do .l........ l1 laeksa.il . to...... .,1t Livorpoot.Ar ......... 0 SM firesisea)My .... IU Paeis April .. .. 17 . . : ..9 Lnodou. dltr....... ... Ito . dd.Iny.t ............ 141 lavre ...........18 r PORT OF NEW ORLEANS. CLEARANCES. B Eft ploy 19, 1839 Ship H.ar.,. Dmmond. 3.mtm* 1. Il Gale t Ship Nmiytmm.8 Barry, I.Iverprmal, L lliol rggrn lt~ig. Lverpol, Mter Ship No.,mqmamms .mp: I..iropool, I. 33lluudun f, 8hiipCmmnncdim, Hardin.g, ales J A nortnlt "I(ao eadi~oa. Jags, Havre, T Oxnard Bni SMlck heals, Gibr.:ter, Ridde N & Head S imiWEim.ý , Lougen p Vmn, Crum, F 3.mgurmom j Wm enmry, Kldtg Pblmiadephia., JD 3 tegr. Ink w E9nygland, Coltly. Philadelphia, 9l.lmor SrNt..o.. Alg.m. Co34.p.u., M ale r Crmm mach. W olma.n, hInlmti,.., T LF Lagre llse } '- Smh.rU.ah. Hg , Stmsg.orda, J Nonmi.. o Be1.1r Ann., Minly. tolil., . 93.12.. Bohr Delaware, Neasls, Nasa, il JDnu.to *ohr Wil. o llunddlo, V.'. ilion Bay, bla st.., S lown., Tibon,Stoader, Ciloljlloo-oto, UtltL - AIRIVALS. = Nay 19, I0.YO P _ 'Towboat. Lion, Itiddle, fnnom .9. pm.., too d upfom (noon. ship 13y'rInuoso Jmootiommchrm Como.ad VSroonoonoom.. Lift Sb.N".t lonnhe 17t.h 9t p m. Rport, no vensim o iho odgnm..mescbr is the rlver. --4k SySnotpmy Jnkins, Barkmr, Liverpool, 416h March,.o N CI4mmmmmmblts. Bohr' Comet, Starkl, 5day· Aon Mobile, to molter. f` . 8mbr Vamonomrooo, Leachem, 8 days fruo T tmpi..o, to fSmmp.Noh Ameria., Aa, fromm Louimville. &mmrpw Citdm,,llm, Stepbhmnson, 3.,rom. Fot Smith. 'S m in.Aja,. Rulter, from St Mar.nuinoville. Ptmmaamar Aia',r I.min, fo Tu'.umbi, and Flore.nc. 'UtouMteFma We.MlItlerI, from mlad 9o. IS. eam.rABlton. Smllmrs, frm St Louie. -Stamir Nog Co!udmlli, WelII, from. Vcklbur,. d Sm sammer Paul Jones, S.,t, froom Field'm 5ills. Ate.t.Pmlxrmr ekn, Spmma n, 'my Union Trrrabonnm - mmmm .erlmMa Sloosnier; fo Louisville, l Okt o Rocy Muutio, Pitcher. Rom Nashville E aim m i~illmoamm Hart. Urom NByo. Sara 1 i. lm m sMonarch, Fulltmlon, fr,.m Ciooionmnti. 5804wmJohl8n Itldalph, Millet, nrom Nahville kmotmpm. Pm.,..,, Grm.., fnom Portnmoutlh Baqe Chid in ballt, from VtcLk.burg EXPORTS. I(AVRE.g.Per hlp Isnlmer. Cargo 9036 bales of cotton, 8 - 2bo timmerhlandis,, 3110 hidm., 9lol I. l,, I blomtyf m.co. do, preerves ..,.i'..Pr lsln wi n ,Idiiono..Cargl 204 haleof cotton, it -6399 l orn. 8 boesmmeorchandidime a ld lo,1 I IVEr i~o.. Per ship Mnplolll. .Can., 1414 bolos ogtOen .... hip.or chip Margaet.- C.ro 3969 do . Per shipNarmroi.am...20'9 do BOSTON ..Pam'hip Concord lc..Cargo 1393 hales of cotton. n nltl pmgs mnad, 500 1rdm pork, 80 ton. pig i no, 830 sackcs core SOI3IRALTEI1 Pm. IriigSparkmm. .Carmo 1336 hdts lubacco Ii mnd 131118 pipnmtom.m VEUACRUZ..Pmr brm lmpnmmmlnio..Cango miomm, bramdlmm r ndlim. md mmhda I249tIDELP33tA..Pmr hig Win. Inry. .Cnogr. 369 hhdm, almdo tmo,, n106 bole, ,,ttco I, Itll .lm Ie el,,. a.d 137 bril porLm. 55 bJul .1,35 bhugmmllnet,29 bagm rye, 19O6lplig lamd m nld 50 .,3y ,mskm .. .:i.. g Nmw Eglmlnd..Coos 25112 smcksmk orn, told' m 36 a tobao, 31 bd wl etd.l,I, b4lemmotton, .s o pd i:) mtnd c C8PNFENt~i3S Pa, mch. NPpto.m..Cmrgm 325 nits floUr MATANONI" Pmarsmhr Cumamch,..Cago 3nt. htrdwarmm gt use, gan were, 38pape, tI5obco5, g1ommerIOe, otlmrovis.m, Sc. 83 1TAGOI3DA P mrsuhr. Saalt.Ca.rg small lo t of b..o., .n,.lmm.nm torkr, rice, co,,,8.mImmd,mshould,, a, sfour, .bIskrey, d. PIOtlILE. .Pmd'JhAnn..Cmargo9hm45 pm p ,rkI1 do whlimkey. mISo door, 16 do mnlmmom, 150 pee of b.lhggnlg, 100 ouilm rope,4 hhds mugar mlid9 .maak Ibacon NASSAU..Pir mihr.Dnmmrr..Cngo 3950 hlri do6r, 9 n c- n mmmed htalm, 30 brlm pork, 25 kegm lord, 9tigrm,. t-i.nl7 hhdm tob3kro CINCINNATT8..Pmm .tamm.mr 'Tdt...Cango 7 casks m ldabrym bhidwarm mod mundrims t IMUPORTS LIVERPOOL..Pmra mp.Syltmmnm..Cmmmo 1035 flag .olom.,97 Ltomm I co,.lot.I m mm, mood mnercmlf. to H C Cammack xco. Haddmmn 3mI9,ml, nd W M Sargent MOD3LE..Pmm,..r Comet.. Cargo 1200 mokmmct.,lt.odpipem *d3gpg.-W3 IfSumner, atd Madt.o 4" Pollard TAMPICO..Wm mmchy V..ermomno...Cmmgmt 2400 dollarm in imrie,mI. JPmrtt ]RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE I..uia.11..pm, *mmmamr North Ammmirn..Cm.5,. 1130 I,.ll ifO., Cmnmtomkaim Iydn.30. 3dm pork, Popea , towr. &cao., S)dno p lm44 bhdmmtobacco.P.iPner & Lymh, 03 hhlldmdo ALA 86dipi if coilrop3e, ]Oim ppn bgmmnm l ngmd dlibbrl l Malur ,Wmllmmm& ma. Q5l0lh. 8o.r mmd? hhJd tobacc,. I~mommmU.8hhm.n 43 brel oor,. Fornyth Smmmrick. 50 plm... ShaIggmmmd soilm.9opm. E arding, 3 brB dlo.r, OgdmI 4 18ort a1i..,aigptmmmmmsr Cindrmllm..Cargm, I lale livtr mn.d I do ml m'rýjlm Lmnvllldbmt.lm. 8 pmckm Inmttmlmm, mlot .m fow.. ~~d 9Wmm.,-33.03m coot,. FoIl.. IIU r a"dma IlbmTm Imienm.m, Daeod . t 3.1 I H WtIll.,mm. St. ml..mso. I.pmmm mmmmr Ajax..-Cmar. 75 thdsa pmtr, Darwcs! ac, 36olu cotton, Foilrl.7 Ilellocq & De. gmtmm.mad8y I nd hbunhelm , PoynrOca, Arruilt k co 1' Fl. eas 00dý mof ..pmnmitooon. dm1, .t.Oxro300dIl,l F. O'Nemll Darsammm I4- do 8 Slatmtn Plmmmotlm 441,. 23 do 30 do domemmic.' Lockmmt Fero, 1 Douammul.,4 b1le4 co6ton Tmltrrmo. Delt 4'.p. 142 d1o Kikmaln, Abentlohly & H3uu1 , 10 do mmd bbhdmtromlmo nLwrnnmm a CI,,lulrmm 1219 smm6s core Whit/ &m. 0 g1m .aso ow Armour, Lak. 4 Walker, 3 hhds lmgmaco Tmts&L Hopkins, 5 hhl do m 'ricm. Jullnoomm6.o. 3 domad 6l bhlmmtoles. .4brlm lad,mad 30 duzchicke.msow . en os bard - . Sm Lodmit. tgr nmmor Alton..Cm,.,. 38 hdlm 3.tob,,,.o Gill, 356 bales hemp ud 4witsic sorll J Tbayol. 1 hhds 10!`011,0 ramm & IHopokins.d hlhd.olm 31dmo J 4' ' FP .aomn,7 cora. hams S brm pork n.o 1084do dour U(odfmy, Lmm ia n. dandleltn, 133 mmm smmd Lemml. Cmme m. e. 31 tom. pork mnd 2I kegm bird. Bogen ACL, l awijw's. I box mrhd J A MDlrrrll, 4 hhds itl barc's SbI hag wl7 col. romend piO.nt ba glgmfgl Uadtb'9 & C1 2450 pigsmtmud oIU-·y. Lmon, & .o,,, 3179 ,ars emko. n A It 'Vmltm*moU o. 3c.8 kegsmI; o hlh,. to'. n,. 6,4. k tttonor & tlb bougt"a wa WVL..mey. r I 71 tcmmm:,d Ill l, .baketins AG Combmol2.S Im.9m omit,, 594 m,,l.. con., 33 boot cOims, owner s 0 lard.:'102 pigs Isn't, C~pt Celle,. * #mmt Hill:.per. ml'rawer Pul Joom in',c : llgo I:2 hlb mone W~kýwSffm'tdo Lambeth A Ttthmnpon,. 24 Ir,nl ..olamnm, J 3.ttlb. .i hhdm,,5a.A11 Vmo, e. 4m.3l ale cotton JU Plan mkmkmp mmlmlam to,,.rs n bmord lhMbkhrm.,r .tmlammr Ilui Columbllia.Crngo, 72 ol..6 of altha pork., Watt & co.5du A a J Dick 4 ea. 16 de Hobson A L oII L, tid Laometh a Tlhoampson. 3 h( pipmm oan I pl.m, parcel L:dweta,48labs coton AC, JDumi.ton 4,co.2 sacks ,ArimeA ik,It 15 bmmloleawto A Fmelnmm A to 5 do Nugent Tmnrphlt & Watt. ,.,,dry boxem o suOnldry c ig.tm e Bayoy Tarrm IIonu. .pmm mlrt..r Pohkin..C..go,, 354 flolm aolmmia S.,..., Pmridmp & ro. II bildsmaura. I.mmdbotl 4 Thompso8, W bit monntm W Bogert, 9Ulhdo do tdHUt3.llu ' i1M.,pirmalmammm DlMmm..Cmtm,,Stltlb tmfloorPtnr. Itey'k1 Ylduingbam,74 pea Laglug and Sll nill rope Callaur & 9 lidlry B2 pea laogl a amt 86 coil, repIt.oorn.LA Tltoo mom.:9 m1aoho,41I;og, 34 cmllsropm m d 34 hal twminmO I', Sboimo.-m 1 . 300 aitin rmmonpeand led tworllngE Kinm1,,, Almmmm~pla p HIl..l,. 89111 hoBr t, 3lour,1. 5 lokr.k4d, lonod 816 kgs (rl R T Laurance, 324 pea hugglon5md 159:lcoll, sorp, to'rn- tommod PfatwlvtiI..pcrammomm RSnnb 5ount.lis.. Coo. 2 hllhdm A I olhmnabono... AO J Dem~oomthm,,m& o.91.lldt.lanbo., 'rate -d, 218phLn ) 8do Imw-e a, Crmme6.n, 70 d, J 'I1.ymr A re, -84, A do Pplj.23dJDioh. 38,Iom,,d lPlm.ck. earn ,,llp I'll 8hmn, 461.1.91.3.oro.-. IS .9,6...n, 46 ml., collt,,o, mod 212 btinonrn00nIpom 630.4 Idod. lid,,o IV I1',,thnno-,l, 1(1. do J a d I)mon, I hollml mnm 81 pm lefler iron ', Io.lygllnin 78Nmlokp.n 32I bIm 8..our, mid 7 pom.-kmnm moronI.mdoo Df ito*99m.496. '3 Iii'.8o0,aod 17 do w htOy. 6 iklk dunl,, a..m Jobaoo.p cao Raqrsm aga'. ttmr t rilliant-C,,gn, 31I hot, rotten 33 . 51 do Bennet. Fmrriday 8..t. 3 do Taylor 3 .ordimr, slo. 33.9, *.nmhdmh o. Thnompsoo. 3dms 01 mmL, r wl urfb f " moI m . &eNt, It1.hd. mognr Dr Prilojod, ton drtartot non Mari -6 8'i,,1 pmtI.j1r mu , llm monanch..norg,, 901 lnlm onur mod 74'16,mirmy Ogde Southgatem 41 rollm leathe,, 1110 fil~l. Boar,ýIS ýa nm mohdm omon-m on board, 501 BrIs Fuur G O 5m rJ,800Lda .hcAdtlnm 1 I4, lIvre., It bulem o mIgm8 np d mlrgnmlda.RI o.in9 & cA . Yabtlmnmgvjma~ma, 5mIIJdollp. .08. 41391hdm and 59 Les.olmmhc.1 A" Jow.5 3tkhddo Maddo., PtlltId & o. d~do AlAddimoo 0.35 dm1'mt.At oPpkinm. 313 hhdm do 970hm midm6an (4, Dick I & o. m I balm onoton T,..mr.m Dol8e urea mn ottosm 310I6hdm, 3880 mlom amo'cco Y1ml ", ur ý e"!`l+ '._ " pra ad &~dt op Neatly, servant A child: aI #Jlb r ýl asrra9C ata1 child. mm Mullin: tiles m+W. Wm Beli air iL. . Blunt: a -' 9 i tJvtQiru J A Thivj,. f: spy wig' fttat ~r A Mss: ir bama·. spry ' aif% t" PuUOaf !AP A U'udIVroJ: ur ,pr i B Fsr¢,rwutb. tar J P Brown. mr Chevssr air tAmaj ir = wjAv Jorwi arCaeIPbh r BaIdwin: ter N j W Iwitord: mr Ijwwlly:i mr Crijia: air " ,itr O.taiii tar B rholdo. core CWilliams: air J Jar JI Born ar I) I! Huot airt GM 8Mrtj,: in, nr~ ~rmai itmtlmr A N Sunllvan. air F r1#11ta a' jrnuettmrJivkt: air otog: mr Juu W ,ft"RF.Ivhoos mrrlappeaintn SI l4bneaiunad S .nniai L"1 M. hiweradour ter: wmks -U.NuIi:YusIdt. : 5Ivesaos ftC ) oW F PW HPye E - 'se.. Icy:Cap Cartr: It Iakw 1 er'>' pamia a ishe: Cu lj yi ," WItjiterr:Glyd .L "a i .&d Uto.hdr lI Tull o W 10 +,ýt WHeh eft r ee eagBMOh rwt,.~sm otch.o i member MEMIRANDA WIlteserI il Camolltouised dowo from Ntrhea the .hip pbMarle atr. hrhm und e, ae o exuool, r goro bhles mat teo. Ahd. harque e hief, oirtll I:et. iteat shlt Clrs srlokse sehr Loulslsan, scentiy miles oer cW Pien, bourtafr Matanurd, seenss days oul. c-rhoomerAtlatic, hene, at Galveauto 18th iast. TIIIWUTRIE AMERICAN. 1It1'I'Rk5 1e" Js lmata ClIltSO1. PALITIbUL AND BOLD. fltEW OR1 LEAN. MONDAY, MAY 20, 1839. We asnelot among thove wlo can feel charity for a pubhl dlefl.olter. There is no excuse for sech a mtot. Hedleervees emtePctrri of every honest mai and nshould be lashed throught he world with indignity: T'Ie putb lie defaulters is ito mner nor les thlun a public robber. All the principles of virtnennd law make hliln so. We care not for wlhat are called "extenunting cirenrumsltun ccs." Wet may pity a weak ndersignitlg public offi ecr who may be made a defaulter by tlse designs of otlter, bht we can have no charity fur hin. Evnry anlo is the guardian ofetis own honor and integrity moll as a pblie otficer he owes it ito inself be able to ne cent to ision elnplyers fr every cent received and dis bursed by hln at a moments Warnmrg. rlt all oen are vulnerable. We cannot ellpect l nimpeachable iotug rly in IM ltoffiere of a governTeto whose beads do lonot exact it to Ia tte tmot letter. Tile teraselnt codle totlu - sls is necessary il every govcrtment, and rcanh more inone constituted like lurs. Withotut i:, the ultaost conflusion will prevail'. We ore led to these remarks from reflnctllg upon the case of Maurice Canuon. The coarse of te govern nren in regard to Mr. Cannon was calculated to matl his principles. After e haod reigned, lth e v rtt of $2811. 00ealle lfintot hios hands. lhIw easy was it for him to catisfy Iles seturilioe in t e ny-five tlhouannd ouller eachl and ptoket tile ,alncr. We firnttly believe, tlhat, had lie resthied a good Von Bhren ma, lhe ntight teo doe so, witll iGak llits. Every o at of tile goveltnlent inrelation0to its olffioers hits been eolcullted to toakh deftUlter of t!tem, if its r ourso res eern thIe salhl! aII thaet pirsued otowards Mr.Canlr. Iturilg tlf e whole' lime, lre. C. acted os receiver, lie ever reelvle hilmelli geunce heu Wauhington that hlis votuher, sen no, came sfolye to hald, he never gtt one ao knowo·ltdl meno that Ils modle tf doing bllsineot rs ellncrctl. Eovtn Mnr. GCnreoei' aopprval of tits aeofllts oert s o for nothiong, wlhen it Lccatle noceostry to pualish hhir by cult. 'Tlhere nly Ibe other eases like this of MAr. (anno l's . If tlerehb,tlhe saetmred can eaily exculpate himself lrd hldd Ite goeetlln ttt t p tt tile tsoru of thl pIrnllc" litnt we t re illlilled to the opittio that tile' arT fewt. 'tl'htgent inte p ttf delottlleroot s rted, tre so, to all in tentslirlndl pnrps,.es. From ttle eletrlins tof ilt ofticers gollrlh Ihtlte gllerlltlllt r erlnemd to Ihavel extpe.ted ibi resulbllrotti ao etUol' to It.hs vtiytintlic robbhilg of til publitc plure, the price was ;-a brawling supporl oftlle adminlistratinn. We firmly believe that the repotted deoaulters mlake btl u tlithe of the real deftttlterso tilte goverttment now in uollie. The eorulcIptns of Itoe ad ttinitrantion can never be known, until it is txpelled frontll power. The people, tlhrefore, should clealsle the Augean stable, and they will flld, if tlhere be no more conflagration of the public office at Woashington, that millionts of their trenure Ilave gone tofed tile partisans of Jackson and Van Buren. 'The whole government is corrupt to tile very core, and Ita record of its clime ndl dihuonesty will never come to the liglht, unllss it lie ex pelled frtom power by Ith voice of tlfe people in 1311. LATEST FRIO,1 E;ixtCO.-By thie arrival of the chr. Vera CIruonan, C(apt. Sanclles, whlich left Tnampico on the thi instant we have been politely nrnilshed with the follol ing informaotion. ulltttamente still remained rlithlin bout 15 leongtet ofT'ampico, cuaiting a rerinorcement. ito .oeon tls it shnul arrive, it was his detelrination to take inllmrte "lte ipossesior rof tIll city. Coapt Sncllcs says " lius tamtente is delernmined to devote tile last drop of Ils blood in the extirpation of federalitll, and entll il' i." The position ofGenerals ltexia and lorrea was not well louton, buit was thottgl to be at Pu'bla, or in the neighborhood. Their forces were cotnputted at 20110. Tumplico is rnpleentetl to he well fortiiled wilth nr tillery and smalllarls, with a garrison of from 7110 to Busie:ese very dull and the city very onsettled. [lFrom our Sunday Edition.] TYPOGRAPHICAL ANNIVERSARY. We cnan only say at thIe lute hour when we close our Sunday ditiuon that lho NEW ORIlIEIANS TYPO1 GIIAPHICAI ASSOCIATION celebrated tllir An. - iversary lstl eaeninlg, inll t tle not otnly wortllhy of them, but really with great taste if not splendor. 'I'The - repast, furnislhed at the St Charles Exchunge,bv tlassers j McDonnell and Watermann, and prepaed undel the la- a Iperintendence of tihe latter gentsleman, was saunptullts atld elegant, comtprising all the delicueies ansdi lullriea uflthe sensuea, anld was served up in liet htalld.sOlest style. We canntnuexpatiate now ona the dtllicious rsub ltnutials,or tthergenorousvianit. We have ionly tilme i and rola r to say that every tIini was clductti d waith grnt decorum, land at it late Iur the CoaniUh y w rose, h satiftied with the feslivities and with the joyous feelingll of having cultivntl:d the socialitie of friendl.hip, and of a contributing to t Ie perpettalo ti r a t" Ity, t hitic hIs t for its object, elevation ofcbarnater among its members c and the proper asserlion of theiri rigllts as menl Afterthe repast haId been served up, the following ree gular lonata were renda, amid repeated plaudit, and a wanlls anuiistation of goodandsocial fi ling. REGU .LAR TOASTS. I. The Day ere crtlcrate.-W.orthy of coummemora. tion by tih society.-play its line matter ever makes t good impressions. 3. The Presideut of the United Statles. S. The Governor of Louisiana. 4. The Army and Navy of the United States,-Two s fountsltf boldfaced capitals--None the w orse for t 5. The Pess.-The ahuse of its ponwer will not jus tify any atlempt to abreeiate its liberty. I 6i Faust, Guslemwberg and Schoehfer.-No note f admiralion isw fciently expresrive of our regard far tlie illtts:',i s foundcrs of our a rt. 7. Benjamiin Franklin.-T'he patriot, sltee, philoon pher andi printer--Thie latia veseratles his filnlless and w sadul; the uninmed lightning hears evidilee of ihis Iphilospbiy; file art will ever preserve his memory with the lo!tiest sentiments of ahonor. 8. The Constitution of the United Slat s.-A speci I meat ttfpearl, not It, he ditssolved by thell "itigr of wtinm); bult a type of Iteedrttam'e owa morll. i. The SFtir of Louiainna -A fall lfrm ,,f tihrly sies, wilt the ni-.tis-i,atpi for its cras , br--ny it h Il. The e.e-Irtesidents of the Uniled States-Tihe clear tmpressioa of their v il es and tllllllent i tile bet proof of tIheP. atbility of the pero;le to chlt-,* Iheir own I rulets. II. The Uaiont- wenork 4·f twenlv parts, renailal d iy abde auu titt, Carefttii tttilY b i l te ('tnntllitlillli Slite itw of arte part will tdes.srov the ltatrotuv andt Iwettaty of tse hoale. 12. lthe City of Netrr Orleats--Tihe title in-e and index of the State, its which o dis tlavtled brr agiiull tural,lco lnlertcial m nld htuntac turitg p'o perlln . Id. The l.adics.-\\t- i,whr pyrawon s al larr,rl eitors, tihir fatur-an nptl s l it t ke. ssi When thIe reglaintstntimenete hd been read, the Pre.i dent announced that an tide, t rnlped for the ocrntion i awould be read Iby Mr. Ja.nes II. sl I:I, wh . w e g.vt below. AN ODi,:. Bright-wted Intelligeit .er, B.Iltiing the clhuds nltd hbeatli ig 'ens of ntam, Passing eith harries that uprItw i its finail Now holds her re-ide ret In eveay clime, anl freely spreldlrs hr wing Cleaving t+ h-ll a ind rlhat roun, her flight tmay r lian. Four hullndired yellrs ago, \Whell feudl ball and age-grimln',l tolrrnt gPey Marrk'd Man's rude empire -an igobil sw ny - Where fell the heaviest Iblow. Fumne chrontele d and erit the deed in story, Crowning the victor-chief with wl.t't.of glory. The barbarous lpassions thenl Alone were ultured and the flashinhg sward, s Gleaming amid the warrior host, was lord Over the minils of men. the field of letters was an ill-grown waste, Its straggling rill, a bitter wave to taste. A star of promise ainwe- As when o'er sleeping Chaois, rt .s the sun, AItd fromt Cinnmeriulndal kless worhls were won, When burasting through the Irriers of ighlt, lie bathed Creation it 'primnvali light, 'iat star of steady flame, tSoon sh t its isearching ibeams o,'er all mankind, And made the world a univerc of mlind. But Ignorance naros, And with.hiesdemnnr-shafts and siies wing Essay'd 'o dun tile star and round it fling Her night-wove drspery,and crsh the power Diffusing knowledge in i's ptinal hiour, With irtn-frelghted blows. ' ill like a cresatid terpent,; btylhling iaµ. Onward she rush'd, in panoply attired, , And with a loud acdlaim, ge Sought to desroy tim messengerof love, ar $Se~t to direct tMalas grovelling thoughts above. co Oppo ing powers wnre vain! And driv'n frotm place to place, its liglit still burning, an Till to its natal spot again returning, That Star assumed tihe reign, And to remotest regions shed its ray, Till all ocknowledged, only to obey. Beneath the genial light. Man's rugged nature was subdued,--nd iied tai From abject ignorance, to stanlld asmn'd At its once rnyless night. gi He has bIeen led to lift his thouahts on high, In a And read the letrs printed on the sA y. d Though in the frozen North, Where ice-ribb'd ocean on the eye is scowling, And the wild winds amid the shroods are howling, Ilia feelings may steal forth . And visit on tile neatlyprinted chart i. Theunny Sooth, tli lov'd liome of his heart. if Hail! Gultenberg and Faust! SThe Art's great Pioneers! What rulecan measure d The daily hIeap'd and daily growing treasnure, Which Time cannot exhaust, Andi whlich TYPOGRAPnv pours on matonkind, c 'ill the next FLool,'tis fear'd will be of urlnu t Aind while te lightning noflames t - tlle-wing'd, acrose thie firmnoment on high, to SAnid heiven's natlilley thuonders through the sky, at it Amid Earth's mighty names, Shlll Fratklin's lice, pre-emineontly bright, it SPress'd on he scroll of Time, in rays of light. P i CAnnRol..Ton.-We ki''t our word with the hult of tile Carrollton house, and dined with him on Saturday. It rained about noon, but n'importe. The viands were a of tbeelinirtest kind and served up in a style the most c tempting. It would take n long bill of fire to tell of i them all. The iced wines in "icy goblets bright" re- 1 It mindd nus of.lnys gone by, wh-n the chnteal mode of living was all the rage. Then, there were ice creams, Ssih nos woli nmake a long hoarded hermit sigh to a e toste of. Lanutit] cracked his oinkes and we cracked his i alnotn. All was glee, and after our pousseeafe adl d, rr,.galia, we envtlcred Ihro' the eolpanoy's gardens.- a ltani n flower se:lt fcrth its pleasant odour, and on eve. rv siIde the tremblin rain drop glittered upon the pan- vv dll I ra-teen lea:i. e ron t om of te bloonlofthe great r criver anlCe the breeze and O ill was coolnsrn. Ild we timein,, we would pitch onr tent on the green ward annd o i Carrollion In." Wn e envy thle hundreds that will be c. able tot rejny ench a plensroe. ili chnrgo iff sllrreltiti.ntiv hl'to nlino n stave, pre II- fcrretl claati-t S.ini'l. MIlit hi. lir Ieaordenn r Bnld t- wi-n, nd lal Id iitei tie ianllt jilrv iof hile criminal iliurl, mnio aollillt-d blo lint hadnoy o irid ry. N.O. Plicayune of Yesltrday. The case did not go before that body, a nolle pro e Isqui having been entered by the ptoeening attorney,, I nd tihe proceedingis quashed, probabil to be carried t beforeanotlher tribunal. . I- --- i , tn. CowRcl. takes a beneft at tbrihelnp to-night.- In He is an olh singer, who fir eight of nine years post, re has cottihbuled in no slight degrnte, to the entertain it inent of our citizens. ie possesess the genuine comic is vein, and never fhils to ingratiate himself with his allu is dionce, either for broad or'dry' hunor.just as "the fit is l on himn." He says in his "card" SOn their ownI merits modern men are dumnb" and we will fill tip the distich,' Plandetd' and ring down, a good, rcund luint! in The Mississippi Bowic Knife has dlopped neutrality andi now cones out for the re .cleation of Governor Alc Nutt. IHow much did the inslrument cost ? 'il: her were three Atlantic Steam Ship Companiae it ciartrnl bv tile New York Legislature, last session.- Their capital is 5,5'li,00. Will Nevw Orleans ever is rous lip from its lethargy l t Tlii defeat f Sanllt rllz at YUlOnga on the 2t.lli f ine Jtuary, will no doubt, lead to the dissolutin of the Confivieration. Thle Chilians were marching rapidly r lupon :.itua acnd 'nllon. Santa Cruz had fled to Sooth le Peru. The democralic Van iuren has been in office thirty years and pii kc ted iloinre than $150,000 of the peoplce's imoney. I s this an e idenlm of his ipatriotimn or is it a proof of his love of oilice. - LOIDA ' LEcro.-T~ etic-lilts rurns so far na received g- given majority fIor Baltzell over his competitor, Col. of Downing, of 591 votes. It isdifficult to tell who hna ine ciricided-tlle I' loridian thinking that Downing's inn irs i jllrtine- I l lEaIt liid., will countlrbalalncei Rahlzoll' u- mnajoritie, ifthe vote akenti, equals that of 1837. LATEST FIroatI FIOIuIt.--Vhen this caption tracts the eve, a repetition of disasters, murder-, and fruilless kirmishes with tihe Indlians is exp'ited. \'e find in tho T'aullna see Floridian of tl'e Ilth inst. some partic nalar which tnny well be classed under the general head. On Ithe fight of the 8,h, a party of 13 Indians attacke I a dwelling in the neighborhood of Monlicello, setl ir.: to and destronyvd a part of the buildi',ga. The nolseof tlhe ilavageo awoiakened tie family, who sue ceeded in maklintg tlheir escape. A putl of Capt. Row ell's comp: t.y arrived in ti:ie to drive off the Indians iand exti.guish the fire. The trail was pursuted the next day, but no Ildians captured. The Floridian .ays : Ini tile 3d inst. Lieut lulbert, of the oarmy, and a pri tate ntmited O'liriocll, tooe killed lIe tltd Indlians u twen I)enloani's llav and Fortt trtnk ilr oh, whilte roavelilg il aolvae oa'o part ur often IlenO ,ln oweret in sea'h oelf th express ,idur "ho had been mlis.inn fr several days!.I.e . ret cived four ball, but ntlltler le nor the soldir was sealped. The officers rfthe ar my have been in the daily practice of passing Irom fort to lost witllot tnti escort-and the express tlders withb ouit arms, no doanger heing aiticipated from the attacks of thile sataget. 'lhis late occttrrence till probably place theo on their guard in future. Ott the first illet a agon tmaster riding between Fart Friniag ood athe Suwansctun, i uoaattncked by party o ittlitts--lhi Iloorse was killtd and he received a shot in th I le, butt suyceedad in lmaokitg hio escape. Notdtig denllite hin yet been heard tt Gen Mseomb's rpotsead trlaty. It in reported that one of tile runners setit otli hes tieeo detillned h' te fl.tdia ,and that Ihev teluie t to halio l a ticoaoutome tion orith Gem. ailcotn. Taen. TayolIr, Iter) sa i tlle only officer ih wlou th ty hove coutfidedce. Phe-i tit Vait yaureo o'ittto Nt't Y'ork, this snnnter I teach Itll tatrta:h ini that ort iof his d tllonse bow lit Terly h till e!e'tiats ir his Lfaor. A frte dlislte.-a i irnoi' atilnjrgooes will ito dlubht follow Iist fatotslips, atid tihi: Alhniy .hloiso toill cry thle Iotsants requitite. StCsiily th mdirjotatin of the- utonocriU. ahi, l will ian worshlip bhe pi oaI ii Irids iIon t? l'ie ianoites Advctttia of the It1h instaet says: "Vt'W iealu i-h OITIch regretl Iht Jrdge Taney, the paitl jud.gl of St Jotae. died at tis residence, tnl Phltr.lneo lrt, oafter a illoess of three hIours. I'lrt Ntuclicz 5 :We strat mlill was destroye. by fio Tlp Iftlot al re th" D)ratt Nutintrs oi thie 1Grtnd :imtit I.oelrrlJ, elna-l 3i. : I :, 1361 "26 ti7 15 57 33 3 63 7TI11S DAY, a('pitl Prize. ,-1,OOOI T0ickte only $4 00 G;IANt) STATE LOT''TERY. CI. 0\0 Nao, , 'rxtl,. Ailthnrizo d bh thli I.cgialutire ord I citw i T. '1o lioe I T)ra Tis 'l hi , I Sla 20, 1109. at lhtf lit 6 o'clock, at Ilinis l' i-o'itl CaOiao st, " I).VS d. Ci,, Mloangers 75 Nuliibers--I'2 L rawt Ballots. Spletdid Srthete. t"7,1 I I' ze-, norniitiot to $145,798 'l'+'l,hl. $1 00--llhes it 0O-t1Uorterr $1 leartifieoie ttf ipackage of 25 wtnle ticketsl fr $l10t 'srronilPt l toi draw a sttea t$40. ('er ifica, rofpjckiog tall' halIIictkettifort 5t, woarroototeld dro itat least $21 t0. Pacikage oat 2 Quatter tikhetsafor $2.5 00 war ruoitod to thadrow $12 For 'tackoges or singlg 'rI:LkeF. apn0v lnital0 At l.tiaogrsatloIl Ir 1i Chartres ste 'Ile fdtowito. are tIe Il)twnt NitmIers of the Louisla. m Lottiro, : Itos No. 351, htr ItUh!. Goi 45 61 25 56 1 19 68 15 43 16 71 Tt oIOIOROW $10,000 ! lighest Prize ! 10 Ilizes of $1,00, is $(,000 Tickets only $.h511 ! 75 Numnbers-. Droawtn Illt1 Is. LOUISIANA LOTTERY Authiti~i etl by Act ofl.eeistlatur. Chaplter XI.III, t, ,ed,, tlt.h 21, 18t:.ClS :15, for 18:39. to be drawn on 'rfue:da, Slay IP, 183:1, at 1-2 past 6 o'clock, P. 1I. preciElt itthe IExcbhange lite', S CbIlrirls at. i). S. (;ItLl;)ltIY &. C. Stteeraors to YA T''E & .tIelNTYRE, Maotagei,. SCIIEM1E. 30,316 Prlozeo itaoulititg to $13t6,936 'l'ick:t3 $2 5!--ll.lves $1 25-Quarters 63elt 'Packages at 26 tiekets for $65. Shares in paopor For pnekages or single tickets, allply at Ina;:(1 3 C rtal c Otrelt,it.r to C.ni '7Foa NeW York-Regular Packet. The g ganl packet phlp LOUIA; Truman muter will le ke the evee th Teninr g at 6 o'clwck, at whieh hour pasaen gemr will pleoe he on ImoI, opposite the Vegetable market. 5 w 6 nmom pas.angers ean he elegantly ac cemmanated, for whlich apply to Capt. Treonll or to 120i A COHENi. l Cootnluo It tPtacket bil St cAav, fromn New York, s din. charging oppeaite Uruline at, Camsignees a ill please attend to time receipt oftheir goads m;01 P LAIDI.AW, fi6l:olnp et CARROLL TON a AHOTEL. / 'AVAUD has the honor ofinforming his tiends Snod tlhe public in eneoral, tnt he hts taken the Hotel at Cnrrolltoe, where ha trusts he will receive tile calls of hii old friends and all lovers of good elmer. Private parties will be handsomely provided for by giving a little notice beforehand. lie is willing to enter into arerngemtents with families or individuals desirous of pasning the summer at Carrollton. m20O OFFICEOF THE MISSTSSIPPI MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Now Orleans, May 20, 1839. T-HIIE Stockholders of this tn-titution re hIereby 1 nmtified,and required to pay.it, an instlmlent of I tllirty dullars on enach shnae, on or beforer the 2lnt of a .ite next, at tlle Ceampany's office. tBy order of the Borard. HENRY I.OCKETT, 0to0 Iln President, pro let . P--W. V'OEA E 1F. PILLS are UF well ktnown tothe public tlat it is hardly ne cessar to give a detailed statement of their value and use. tahe folmo'ing articles will fully convinceaany one oftlhe clainl the drtor las npon the publio to idaee confidence in his preparations. Front tie Hampden Whlig of July 12,1837. foffat'n Pill· and Bitters.-The last Journal con talins additional testimony in favor oftthis highly import tont invention. "Thie pence of the Journol was hlnmt stopped" to anneonte tire testimony. Sane one, in the natft ofl)r. Mtfl'ffnt tinkl usn for inoertieg tile cerlifi eote ofotr n:igthbor Bowles, end offers us a qoantityol the articleas eompensotion. Thie is very kind, and we prontis. tIli momett welaotr under like nflictionns with I our neighbor of tIhe Journal, to call on the agent. In tihe mean time, are any laboring under similar dif. ficslies to tihne whlil hare to eoneel hborne spen Mr Bowles, tin e have his testimony to the "petulear adaptedness" at the temedy to the dieaense. The medie cine is undoultedly a sovereign remedy. IETTER FROM SAMUEL BOW.LES. The lnllowine letter is from Ar. Bowles, Editor of tlhe r Republican and Journal, Springfield, Mti.a SPnlNOFIEI.nn Jtnle 1, 18:17. Mr. NMll tI-Sir:: It is ow thirteen vears thatnl I ve scffleed frem en a ilitoity ot the bhnolth-the coio quncce, ints I snppose, ot severe illness of illn lmnolory rlhlatclilen. The natural action of the bowrels is ns0 l frequeut and sevcre pains occur, with much weakness 'nd depression: ecath tie being necessanry every few dyes to eounteraet costivoness. I hove cnnoltetl gtod Itsieianos, and have tried almost all kinlls of lill ad Tertisea, whichll sert iletd dton my ease, in vain. icu ring tm Inastyear, I lave hought and used svcral iboxes of your" Lfe Pills," ad have found nmore helteflt fromt tlh;a more. trlieflan adapledaes to Illy nase for a leilgll of tile, than from uny ledieine t Inave et rlied. Yours, SAMUIEL'BOWLES. For sle in this city, at tile corner of CJoanntn anld Teharloi roto te,. mey 18 TO I.RT. Tltree eomtrtnhle dwelling Iloeuss. sep tll onrate yardi, with einletrn e t a., rileda No S19 andil 171 St Joseto i stmreet, and No 14 T'riton street, near the itrcle. Apply to J Oll. Inae 18R pd TO RENT. rA e A large f ur storay brick Iuser jst finiisll oI , hl t the corner of eecavier and Cnroodelet ate .iLt.s contiguity to tle Exeienge llnotel nokn it decirhble lir a itoarding house. It will he let till lt olNovemer, at low reot,witm tie privilege ot e ease upon terms to be agreedl on. a may 18 hv JAMES I CALDWELL. NEW ORLEANS & CAORROLLTON RAIL LTOA COMPANY. SUMMEPR ARRANonMNTo FOR THE WEEK RttS. Ar roal Carrollloe. I Flom New Orlemali. Horse Car at 4 o'celok, A. M. lorse Car at 5 o'clock A. At Locomotive 6 " " Locomotive 7 " " 0 11 ,, , " s A- I 1 " P. A 1 P.t I " 3 " After 10 o'clock a Cr can be obtained by payig 5 dal lre flur the Trip. r ..e .rrs ill leav ,0.a tio ..o.. hourseaell tcte week dccn unttld I o'cloulk, P. M. when alLccolLo,,ottv will Iaro Ctrrolltl,i every hlo0r, Ulc l tl o'clock, P. 30. or tile anccnttotdocioo of plotono Weitieg C.rrolto. i.t,. 5 o'clock er. t,.n whot my t om tol reminhllre c o tetl tte o'clock, the car that has heretofore left Caroeolion mtc o'clock, will roue util ti.'cl k, Ihcrlhy nllow lllh ohe hoo l ! to eoloy tile pleaollt ielks of otto of tIlO o.at bcufu e al : bo' den m the Uoited otatcs. I'er.ole goilln by til Ltcomotie must provide themselves with Ticketsc, nas tie coduotor lha posluove tIrcotiom.a not to 'receive muney in lieu thereof. TIlE JACKSON AND LACUUKRE OT6REET Ctis

L.eave tilo head of Jackson street at i ojclok, A. l., Co(ulc mtrict tt tI o'cilotk, onid run hoierly. AlI O'clurk they will Collnce to loeave each ad every hall hIourl uoltt t o'coct, P. lt, fcolt Jack-on .treat, e d c o'cluck ftot Cantll treemt, oexceptig at o tlfo'cl ck., '. 1. fIII C'tolo' lCtreet. Ia ttite it'llcu'utrlyt rel.o .tl.d Lth.oItgrollotao will lot put --r fv..:t up.o .h ....... ...... ................ in tireraa. Ilea LI Ollice New Ortenooand Carrvliton Rail Rood Coltpool, Clay lvt, 11839. JItlIN IIAMI'toN, ty 10 Chiofl:,g. N.0 C It .It Clil..tl Ii'. ' ICL NOIUViLI.E tl)l.k.cs '1' ti.hAIIItlOI.I.TON. AcArrahgetomen tie I'. pour I 0jttrs I sanie De Carro loe. 1)e 1t Alt Orl0,a/ts. Char A clhevol, I 4 hs. A 1I lthr chvltl,k h, A 31 Locolotveata, i " Iocu ltiv,, it 7 " " 8 " 9 " 01 t I atI o .t i " a: a t hI 01 15 ,, & ', I ,' 2, dttO 10 IOes aru s ioio peut obtenlr un char, et tIn? al;nteiael , nletlrs pPuor In vo)'rg'. Artangemens pour les Dimearkce. Leis chars patiroun i ux ninu is hiures que dians lea jour dae in ru.InIe jisIlui' a I hlure ' Il. ine lIoco lotl0e purlira do Clrulltiui toutloes Iulles, u-olu' hi 8 houses du cuir, Ct de lt Nouvelle 'rLans iuqllu'di 9 heures du soir. I'our l'lgrlnent des pissonnes qua so reu!cr.t a Car rlllton par le ellr de 5 heuleu, ct qlu ne dlsirent pa) v dtlieurerjli-qi' a Ilieunes, l char qui pIutaitrip llar olt de. Currlltuo l 6 hlorurn rentcrilojuqu' q i hlurces, puurdunuer le teulpo de jouird'une pruomeiade agjil able dana un de.s plua beaux jordius doe Etatu Unis. Les persounla qui partirunt par Ia locomotive, dey rout is procurer des billets, attendu qu'il aut dlfeldu nnx conducteura de recevoir do I'arget anu lieu de billets. Chanr des Rues Jackson e de la Course. Ces ciiurs purtiront de It rue Jaekooui a i heures, A. A1. et de lorue du Cnnal 6 hlculres du maliun e courauo chaqu. heuro. A b houres, ils parlirunt toutes ltoedeui hoeue., jusqu' aj heures ds soar, de tIn ru Jnckon, cldjunaq' iL'. 8 huren do In. run do Coult,, a ce nipocodo eraile rile Cduel. Le ee essieiurn soet particulierement prih8 de no tpas inltre los pide sllr lea cousnins, er de ne pas funler dons le chlars lorsque lea dumes s'y troveu il. Bureau hie In Cuiltpuguie do cltendi deo Ir do Car rolltua t de dIn Nuuvallc (Jrllhuo. JOHIN IIAIIPSO)N, mnail8 Iigeeicur en cehf. S.l1IE WVEl.i.rTIE VASE--Neatly llgrterd on J mall iaoeni, io nlllueird iilli a 9l'\ulcir uf Mlr. Whl cri ad it brin extrect frnid hie ilcelbiahild I-eerh of 1310, wlthl a patternoul' l e Vae, fr role,, wholesulc and reitil, on Ii t hlantrleo lt. Alne, a muinilture L.iienesl of Mr. Wel.rer; e l on Dieclarauoii of ludepeudece, jitll facn iiles of Iie anuiesi. lmy 18 S-!' DEI L \ LOUsl. INE-Cou, doe P'ue,-e e pour In iridroie t vill e lIn Nouvelle Ortl.,.us Ireent I'huuoruhiie Chonarin i ouriiu, Jug". Mai 14Hii 1839. Noi. 11,774 Al. I)lbose vs snea Crlbanciers. Eu mnoiun de It. W. llolto, Eiq. uvuenit our I'i,.. solvble, et n lllnontranlt ulln errr qi so triiuvat dais I'aunllonue deruier poure assellbler le, cruucnleiere, et en ioult'tllenice de ci t errollr i'nacaitlulilioe n' a pIs eue lieu--Jl ct urithillo par InCuur, qu'lle aoanelllbnie ouvello aura lieu an buIreaul de Philiple Lcoolte, Euiq. ioulnlreo e dniiedi le 1,5 Joiil 1834, qaudnll a1i on ve deltrienur ur lea lfoirot di poiitiontnllaire at prelldre ln Eonsidernlion lea ilutiiirei conoicuea dons In I:eltiou. E:xtlail do rergi.relltellt, Iunlre iu i Gril., In Nouvelle O3r'ln, Miai 14, 1839. u I 3t AIMANIl INl l'rtITl', Gretller. T Ell NEGRtESS CA'I'HERINIE will be sold at a T great hargii, nt prilnte i ,le. if n.it iecviouslv dinpuin d of bltie Saturdley next, sll will Ihcn be nol. at ilction, by lelcwlt i Celnie, at the Neiw Exclhanlge, St Louis ktreotet l 'o'clock, nion. She is a first rate cook and iloue servant, speaks French iand English, and Aill le lully guurouteed i aovery nrlpect, except onie having ablentdl hecelfl, c reurniled home of her own accord. She is a dalrk rill', nbeit ao li ears of ng', Inid Sbatter or more usefuln servant thre is no i thile city. TFernu, one half cash: llanee t 4 ,eioliths credit. Aplly to I)OYLE& MAY, nil No. 3 Caroodelet it S TATE OF Il.UIS1ANA.-Parish Court for the SI'ariht notl City of New Oleaus.-Present the Honoroble Clhirlie Alcurain, . udge. ay 1411th, 1839. No. 11,774. 1. I)u luase ns. lid Cneditura. On motion of (len. V. IIto1i, Esq ofcounsel for the ilnslvet, aol u)l oioiillg on tlhe court that an error has crenpt in the notie c allingg for a meetlig of creditors in thisicase, and ltllat cotequently sultl meeting caunol tarke placec. It i. ordered n y tile IiIIr t that ii n meet ig take plne I I the oelite·r oi Philipl)e l.ncnste, Eq., nntnlrv pllblic, n Sturdalnn lie. I y .th ay fif , J'iei, 171', tlhee iud sli re Iloeliberni oni Ilth afletir of tlh ptitiule er,nad talte into consnideration the imauttes set forh illn Extractfrom th1e minuts--Cleik's Office, new Or lealn, May 14, 1833. nay 17 3t ARRMAN) PITOT, Clerk. F IITE AMI:RICAN AL.lAN.la. . lmd Itepiuitoryof I Useful Kuilewledge, for te year 1839, ieeeivld rd filr sale by IIAVII) FELL' & Ci, noy 18 24 Cllart-ne si I.131 JUICE, landing itrouit Halvana in ausk., lis rels anrd dlc'iejlht.s, oir iale bIv S1!B',NNABEI., aony 18 Cr Natchezl c &Tilhaiiuia eta I IAT.9MIAItl,-, iitNL.Y, tuidt EiSVAX-iliimt I Ilaoann fornoraleiy 1 II iNNAII.t, saiy 18 C ar Natchez aid Tcbhpiloulao ass Alt I.I IDU',T, for utakiln anul-I water niid oil i vitril, received latelIy aml for sale by II IION d ABEL,o Iul 18 Cur Naitchez and Tehapi:uules sra Camep St. Theatre I OPEN PVERY EVENING, PI ander the Management of Mr. Gomsa a floLLAND. The Performance will consist of DIRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENTS, A GRAND EXHIBITION, Imported from Englnd at an ilmnenso expense, end never before enclalled in thi conntry in tILe extent end imgnificent dveloeemlent of its OPTICAL. ILLUSIONS. l[TFor particulars see hills of the day. Doorm open at half fpst seven-Performance to comne mence at 8 o'clock. et Parquette seats $1-l-loes 75 cte. may 14 5t I STATE OF LOUISIANA.-City of Now Or. p loans.-Be it known that this day before ime, Joseph Donzakin Marks, a notary public, in and for the city and pa-ish of New Orleans, State of c Louisian, aforesaid duty commissioned and sworn, Personally came and appeared Moeirs John Sto. venson Walton-John Iall and Archibald Brown Beins, Carpenters, transacting business under the to style and firm of J Hall & A B Bein-Beonjamin Harrod and John Hughes, Carpenters, transacting business under the style and firm of Harrod & c Hughes-John Thomas Osborne, Mark Thomas, Freeman Annable, Joseph Wilder Davis, Samuel Morrison, and Daniel Babcook Clarke, all residents of this esty, who declared. That in conformity with an act of the Legisla. ture of this State, approved on the thirteenth of March, eighteon hundred and thirty.soven, entitled *" An act to authorise limited or anonymous part. nerships, and to regulate the same,; tiey, the said appearers, have agreed, and do by these presents agree to enter the following imitted or anonymous partnership, under the clause and conditions lol lowing to wit: Art. 1. That the name, and style, under which said partnership is to be conducted, shall be, * The'l Phoenix Tow Boat Company," and that the place w here said company is to be located, shall be i tilhe city of Now Orleans. Art. 2. That the deseription or kind of business or industry, to be carried on under said style, by the dir. ctors shall be to establish and continue to I run one or more tow boats, for the towing of ves. t sa'e, rendering assistance, corrying freight and pas. sengers, and any other business which nmy be lawful for tow boats to perform. Art. 3. That the amount of the capitol of saidt company, shall teo one hundred thousand dollars each, and payable in cash. Art. 4. That the names of the partners, and t'e amount cach partner has contributed, is as fel lows: Saiu John Stephenson Wallnon, eiglhteen hundred and thirty five shars ; said J iHall and A B Bcin, sixty one shares; said Hurrod & HuIghrs, forty onei shares; said Johln l'homas Osborne, thi teen sharce; said Mark T'homas, toll s'oares; said Freeoman An. nable, ten shares; said John \'ilder Dalis, ten shares; said Samuel Morrison, ten shar o ; andl Daniel Babcock Clarke, ten shares. Art. 5. Thait this partnership shall contmence fron the date her, of, and the same shall terminate its nporations and wind up its concerns oin the thirteenth of June, eighteenO hundred and forty. three. Art. 6. That there shall be three directors to transact tile business of said company, and admin. ster its conecmns. Art. 7. That the powers with which said directors shall be vested, shall be to olect flon amongst tl.omselves, til ir own president, and fill a l vacan. cses, and a majority of whoml shall ihav and are horery invested with full power to receive and pay all monies, and to do and cause to be doe lon all that is requisito to the eondueting of the business of said company-and thie president by and with the consent of a majority os the directors, is empower. e od to issue tile note or notes of said company, f'r all demands, purchases or contracts on behall'of said coimpaony, countersigned by at least one of thle directors. Art. 8. That lth time of duration of the service of said directors shall lo for one year ; aid that an election for the sae lhaoll be h eli oen titi first Mo,.1 - day of July, of each and every oyear during the ex. istence ofthli partnership. Art. 9. That when said company shall have ar. rived at the period when it is to expire, all the con cearns and affairs of theslame, shall be wound iup and liqu dated by suchl directors as may bU in o'iic at the time. Art. 10. That the powers to be exaroi'cd by the Directors intrusted with said liquidation, shall e ans follows, to wit :--To receive su,.h sull or aslns, as may be due to the company, and give acquittance or acquittances thoreior, and to sell tile irop,lrty ofsaid company, either at private sale or puble auction, on suchll terms and conditicnc es to Il the may seo fit and advisable, and to pay the debt of Isaid compalny. Art. 11. lThat the dividends of the c'ear profits, after paying all charges and expenditures of thi a company, shall le declared and paid ll l the oleck. holders, on the firct Monday in July of each and every year during thle cxitecce of this pi,.ret shi p first reserving ten per cent. of the profits lr con. Art, 12. Thiltat at a general imctang ofthe stock. holders, all rules and regulati-cns as regirds tlhe number of notes each slocklhulder shiall give, and ally other ilntter relative th ioe wellire ol thie com. Sparty. nit contrary to thi foregoing ccmpact, shall be tsntircd in,anellltlthe rules and regulations atore. said, shall be denominated cthe ' By. Laws of the 'lhoonix Tow Boat C,,mpany," and thIey shall Io binding on the said stoclklulders and tie r respee.. live heirs. Domoe and passed, in my ofiice, in the city of New Orleans, afoiresid, in pres.ence ofl Daniel J RIiclldo and W IHIsaurd, witnesses of lawful age and domi clliated ill this city., who heIreuto sign their Iliao,, iugetlher withl suclh appoerers and Ise, the said notary, this tt diy of Apr 1, 1839. S Oiginal signed, John S Wcalton, Josepih WV Davis, 1 Iarrod, D BI Clark., S Mlirrelsoi F. An. nohile, A 1 Ilein, Jon IlIghle, Jolhn T' Osborn, i Mark Tlhomas, John Hall, J W tlassard, D J Ri-. rcard, J B Marks, not. pub. I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the . riginal act extant in miy current register; in faith t, whereof, I grant these presents under my siena-. ture and sea) of offiee, at New Orleans, this 221d of April, 1839. JOS. B. MARKS, not. lpub. apit 29 9t FLOUIt1-200 Isisla hding krum 'teens noc Tiber, in slobIP for sale by b16 GU )ORISY', 4"I Ne Levecn F LOUR-lf(- brl". landing front co frese b 5 at olse - Ibunand fur saleby G W lIlSi(JY---.s4 bbrsa Whiseky, ksssding float I Soelssboeneiberfr vale byt mnv I (G. NI:s's:Y, 414 New Levce ti ýTt-TI:l-l'lllo 'ltcopmatnersbipl ber~ttelire existingS in dao diessllesi by mcutusnlssnasent. TIhe nssoss Of the loin wsill hri snisrse seed se iqlidsti-+n OnIl, elict will Ie attended to by Win. A HeIdl, to whormall k - coutn are to be presented forc cttlement. mnssy 13, 1AS3 WILLIAM A READ), nli BIIENJAMIIN BARSIOW. DRAOWIN(AIA55O(jIS.; ý- C OI'1I SI lntvug ookof: coIrtoflom uning in outer ex".,r Il-Im_'s En tltl" D Irawin g Book Fa"Innd's Juvenie Artist a 'Illse l'Isses'euIenri M ie IleBk Asdsese'iA ;,:.oli in Flosser' pssintingc d Ihe .it lttle, .bks I tBook, lst cod l serial 'I'll ,'nii.J tdcatSe Irssa inc Bssk. s I'tts'" it lsnId fr ut, by ALEX. TOAIIA, tiny It 49 Cssps rs A CARDl. 1. 0111e5'u)iV in crnohir friends andl the I mTI) is I I('i r rlyII vciem, ssll '!,t for Now York k couk thle lnotfJcse. 'IIhey inevics tksle aestndlevecls'tir orders psesioosa tossnthttime. may15 _ ii) A~CON S[JE,4-- 5 ca-ks Cis..issssi esscesl, for B rule by G i L)()ISEY,~ -ossy l4 44 Newnievee Al EdSM BREF--In~ half bls, far sale l~v maey 54 ( _DoIslSrY','44 New Lesser. INK! INK!! INK!!!-tJust rseinetl to-tltergenrsc' of versy ssspesissr dssc InsI, isoekeld in onel dosen boee, frontv thle doszen or grnr,,llo DAVID FELT, N York Stotissners' Hleu, mtay 14 21 Chonrine el. WILLIAM IR. CARNES, c i - r-7 .sI- I LOUISIANA WVARE ROOM, tnnc 14 No. 551, BIEicsssstt-Sn'. Now t aw.ires v l' k.i- 5 o na sc ugliohlli.scsrsl Stitscl, iss sets, by 4 all 2l1 S 1.1. in 1112cIIVZ, IIi .siig.,sns' tc B "1' I'iE L\ OIt-1UO skyise d :Sd50 do supr riur k\es' rn butserssIe r srue s y ____i Ci. ltiEi'iE', 44 New L.'va Q_) AtýY 5' I)b. 1255 casks is .taro -.r sale bm NJ mt6 Ui I)1)IISii', l 4 New I I) cF.8E~tVLS-ioic;;rrcgivin Isn'· Ne Ymk perr ship' Oonele. for sale by my SIAI.IIL& IIRWN,96 M1 'lagainse st JO 'a' 4 a'osral I'lkilsophy-Kisktas rm'e ( G ar Comoses IPlenololegy; rturzaelns's 1'hre'clsne' Ainsesortlt s iclonas; ilecalegoea ot Docile I brarv ostttflltlesiOs and astesttene,6 vlela. A lsrtlher csppln j:erl rcsnsJjby A '1 0.Cl1, soy 1'Jl.at1n, 1 - 1 L. BIOWN' Patent Pta~ets, Balane- 5] a (;roears can ind at 93 Bieneille I.relt, Patlnt Platfirm Balances, suparior to any ever affered in this clty. fellt if W R ARNERS. R ilANDr-An ,Ianice of superior Brandc, vinainge NS of 1820, fur sale by SHALL & BfIOWN, a P. maly 1 9_6 lltagazninen pro 1 OA F-P-2t bnrxs nbahsni'n brand lmanle by k3 nijy 1 SHALL & ltt1OWN, 9ft Mneeazinec s S1t1iE-1I000 bble Thomatun Lime, andinge and tor J eale by S & J P WAIT'PEY, , oniy I 73 Camp e SI.LI.ANal' L.TIIOIOKAPHIU PRINTING OF. an SFICE, 53 Mgazine street, opposite Ba iks' Ar W (IREINE tikes iletsnre in announcing to hid hionde aid the ciizens of Nero Orlenns, that ie lins at N length btnlo ht I.ithl rpnlgrdy on a par a itl copper plate llltillng, nod fro tlhe icilitioae the art inh nver copper lateo euntvinl., he, can exectoe i ill orderl enterunti tto Il him, at one hellthe expense of engraving and nearly as cheap as type printing. hterlchnnterwihing Uirculars sent out in their own hand writing, can have any qanntity at a few hours notice; or they will beexecU lad for thenl in a Itautiiul stvle, snch an has heretafore given general satifuetiacon toall the most respecablne commelnrsion houses ill this E ity. (nieutlemern desiroue of having Visiting or Busi ness Crdsll finished i Ithe Irest l mannr, will do iwell by fi cualliig at hie olien aitd see epecinreis . Fet. , 1839 N B-tdank notes neatly executed, and circulars, I)rintedIII a t one ]tr't ; einC_. NEIW PUhitLICATIONS. 1 T ISDO ,d Genius of Shaklpenre, by Reverend Clinversactiin i.e Nturllla aid Art, wih cnts Stlerling and Ir'nrrtrdoclk, or the Iligth Minded,e y hr Ihe all.lhr of" Trenlllinet" ete ThIe Spirit fl hle Eant, IcV D Urq(irblrt, Esq. Elvirs, tlhe Nlob'Is W'ile,by Mrs llonklanl Sir aholler IcotU's Works, with a Biography, by J tG lockhiurt, coplte i O vols. Jack Shiep pa'rd, Ist number, aromance,thy W Ilar. riln inS nllll, wilh nulmerous illustrations Nicholas Nickleby, number II E JOIINS & Co, api 17 cr St Chnrlee ulnd Conrlhon tte 'I' ~TATFOF IiUIrItNANA-inriar iciiidi o Iho g' Parik, anid Citv I Newr Orleaai--Pree.ir the iaor- n orneblCbnrl : , Mlnrian, Juige, to No. 119 I slnae E I ncnnel (in nctual cnatold) vC. I.lrs Credit rs. Upon reading and filing the petilionn and chedIule in thiis aL, int is rierll Illl ol~rctinre f tin e illlir n er- e gilia it tltc loe ii uIRn o te yarto init MR ay thr 7711 ler ks y finretr, NeIn and hle, to nhrw noncs, if ,nri eyll Ihrv r, c Anl, mlv thI l aid ieue ITl'Orrcl eholltrk. at ltoi Ir ci Pi lrriR r ert Vilt delta. N ltivelle Orleans' 1 apreent I'Phaomor hl.ec (Chlrlrs Malourin t, JLage. dNr.I atiti It. It, Enaq. Inn. r ur- .r e.irr to l.cirrntolrlr. EIn hFn llt edr)r rlt Ici ll :il ll al .pliopn rl r ica ly . lll, er o e lil, il llllll Clerc 'sllercl ir srai ln liN rtenns, i *, 1139. el i P.3 If__ 1 _" AttltAN1) ll15t"otiork. .Pinr Ir INre dt Ic Cell drer. s IlN nean d greffe, In Nouvolle Orlisnu , le 4 onni 1r139 miy t .I A. I rIOT, trlrcler. - -NE-PUBiiCICAlitT')N . El'sctll l rll, , Sicili nn r tory, l iltll eiti by e 'lheor ire Num ler 1c2, Nirheol ts Nickle ry. in ui llers 7 lirnd , skerlcll , by Io. 27 Chntrkp orn Ihe Ml ery Tree and Silk rllrln, nlr oni lithe prnie l, nrion d irm neriitirIe of ilkr , esa itilli shI, i it rtiihaorproprirteri r Itg vings- e1 ri-J rst r r rrI prI i ale - mrInylR cor ('amp i . (tomimtn on elts 'li . ric c ,iv..dr irilrl. s.rerrirolnllllef u llrtlllrel ~ ,i ek oft in dr grlfe, I hn Nou lte Orthhiie,f Ic 4 rital t09. 1' OTt TO i le-For IheFe nand bisn nsi rori la wI f kher I l, 1 ich - of thein tirh bI ty II elieorrll ill In mcir Nre. I chJttros rt J i 1 ri- ri, a Siciti ..an ci-ryre p r:(-- . trrd irei-l It o i) i I.re rrri ll n .l r Irr T l r I reh I Ira y l bllnP y 'Tit ir'h 'eore ti IInk. IIII.J I. N aIr 12- Nt"it.nlas Nickletry. C.l r i . tin tl -er.- t'ilree al d Silk W , o n - t Ih ro.d u riirid rrr rrrrr leetrl r r T ilkrrI r.rr-ll ii Ir ot ,f ur eah r 1, p J T·1II \ oll & ens crrne4 1I , LI 74 l l li l s nIi ltri A .t \Pt'l litio Pltr -.rir 0 c aint s doir blrl alrr lrnl titc Mi rn ttrri, h, trerit ir, i-l, r, hr . ,r1.r rrr ' . i' till3 N .lr r'Ilrr st Ij) V N ui p n o' G I--iq'rr i c et fl'r.l. In qurrn liie.,J S illtr l'r udfr i. l 1y A Ti tl'l R, or I 1 N }' S Ice r cir H, tll. '- 1 - liro s oA. h. o- O1.1 irin lrr viis si i i i Il ' ll;, i\. -:I lt1rrj r l eh i.r ii.13 !tti r l,-Iig zr lill l i 1ii- ao-I I - bIttirl hl Ir llI r. ,IN- r-I r I i l l l lit .... rI t n od f voltu3,f:' 'I'll - i I I I V1k- Itlt & h 01 13 7l Jo ilm, ltr Ir- ti a f n r ,11 11 11Ii j 113 i4N 1 I e or _d ntl \~t :3" ',l'avier at I IAl CIISTl KINilS-I ll dlze llligs s sltck j ilni .O in tor e Ibr - ule ry N1111 rlIER , 341 (iraiier st .... . ...- . I ogslr in n i ; loi t n.- . .. . .... EllcL. AND As'ASIA, by olllrr n \llg Tile Calilne ieiniVI. by Mrt;s. ,cre, auhires. ofth "f fo yI Uiian Tales." E JOllNS & Cr, nodII 1 eor tn Cetln rl ee.l. r I.Ollllnll sin N 0i & NASIIVII.LIC tIt. (ROAD No. rPenIn AnnnAnoEMn N Conmrl3crr..- S Ullorltoy, rlr iiny, lull. S1tH I i a fr ie IIIu ATPIRIE on t I ie ih. ,ayoll TiguyueI every day ill tile wecI--an Ibllu f : 4, " " 6 " Excelt Sundays, whpn the cars meill tuln as fallowi: f)uparlt ] ollrn. me ay3 1 '.e nvi1. ri. , inria, 3 . bI t nl It%11". II tto IIdo Fe.t,, tareis teno . P uillR l AltrNA ,1lNlS -l-tre no rro hat ItirLl a iisIP' ies,hr k ai [ only b, [eer & )'tlange, All i - a 'irill i rorr c tii of illl most splen did specone,.nu inI yili ,hsiy Iros n Il urTe, Asii, Alr;c , I11I1,1 llr a 1 1 , l Jll Ntr\.o d Apped J lo es al thl Ba tnl o wgill I e. e dak n il he w .ekits follow. ni". a 1::r1. 21 (liosic ry - tortl~e and for sale low byY 10I .1 11 :II .1N,77 C(trt)st Illllrt r wrr 1 Cup +rl. I ,bin dlilll)lr lilt bunk u se, one11 dJun ii u\r~e, 0) r P ull) J I C N 1'" h utiotietr ' hall, 1) CHI I. ri )AIN- k , b1 Ir Ie , ioll Mr'gazie br 0'IU1t-l 1 Ill)) rbo' No I, ir , laudifr Ilgloo ship (:a-tuns, anld for sale b ail2 SIIAI.1. & Ilitl)IVN, 911 1(ognziae s FURNITURE' FURtNLTUUE!! 1)01` rereived at the Ilrlianalll Futni' rrI Wore (louske, a lrge suollply)rrCllr No, Yolrk r1),d Blor oil. Pellrsons in lile wallrnItllrlnllure lllld do w)ell to cell, nod ailect their articlel~l d from titlle oIf the best andP laroestl fIroltrow i,' the city- I' It ChINES, uil 53 Bienvilis NI I-Parlicllar Illl.rrtirlo pid to pacnlrg andlhip llg Fllrlnitllrrro f loxller. e. li-2 IR( PE-1511 coils for sa 10e by anrill2 A '1"I.:LE: , :,3 (Irvirr st jIO3.GNN-Ii crisesr kipl brogans, landing lifos shp t. Louisir, fur ~"-le by nv7 BIt IIti[GE & Co, 131 Magaoine no iIAI.L(A)\ C.\NI)I.ES-1-I O1 buses moluld follow Cadefi~r rle by I BRIM1 d" & Cu, 21r 21 131 9logruzirnr o (1 1. o'o-Ju-) toolliret Iroot Pitt~hur. an110 rnin I,'` Jar=, Viuld, and Widen~l,~ (:loss, nt wnhule.,ule aurd retai, at If II(iNNAIIEL, Itall. 21I Car of Natchez and Trhapitlit., lan ala 4RIIEI.$-3211 Molasses Ibrtrelr il storerond for aptil2! ' 3w 91 Con11111 n s 6 Suth~or of llarrrI~rureollecfionrof fire l.noedrr,.r) CorIIrrooerrdrIInr rot oflcrriphri o l r voltr . Neal Mlaturo etol otier tals oIlrele rolliby V II Carrleton, ,1hoollf Itrits and,1 stories hj f ItIh I ri-h pen. .oorrv,ie rrrols. J ist receiedo nlolfor salt- 110 5o!)h A T'1JWA iI, .111 C'a01p Cl 111'IUE I o~ils, of oolaoi1,, qulity, fooe L) tole by ISAAC 1l1llillili & Co,, prjil 2 1:4 Mlalgozine t OFFICE, FiIL2OIEN'S I1NSUIRANC0E CIOMPANY, Nerow Orlosos, Maoy 4, 1839. JIP SIE PIookhlr!tr0 oge tereby noltified Ihat sihu Leighlth II:tol,,rtrt tioheir sluck il due an d pY able o1n the nih)l of June 1839. try 9 E L TI{AR, V a, Sc. LIX(flANUE tIN I. N0IN rerde I J24 1bUAMS 4. 0vF1I'r'AI.L, u'yl 6? (irarirr at SECOND' MUNICIPAblIT NOTICES. [7CTA breght tothe Police Prison of Ithe Second Y Municipaliy, the Negro Wonn named-FAN NY, about 35 yearn of age: ay. alhe belongnto Madame may 1t C talain of the Watch. 1 NDUI'" ' la goeolede ila*seonde nF il alh, ( / uone egrese Ime nommant Fanny, gele entln 3 a0ns si dis. t aplmaltecir a Madilanm'eLarro. Le propritao re oudra bidn la etirer tl s enform.. aet loI . l 8 HARPiR,. nioo 16 Capiaindt lat MIESS BEEF-25 half brie at the in.pilciu l. ml stce forsale by G DORllSEY, l0 44 New lvenm T AEb-5 boxes ouchong i gend 'ouehog, or ai - by mitt A 'PIIER,3l Grnkrit I AlSI N-41lU bases in store, for sale by i rpril 2 ABRAIIAM ''RIEl, 34 Graier at --'ilE Lille Frenchmn antl hic Water Lola with . o'her uketlehe of the iie by George P. Morris Req. with etchings Iy Johnsao. 8ketclea Iy Blz Noe. 1 to 8 im:tleiee, received and fir sale Iy ALEX. TOWAR, my7 49 Camp at SN ICKI.EY No. 12- Pascal Brunoo, a S illneaiy Sby'l'heodore Hook, Eeq. T'he poetie wreath, a selection Iroin the British poets. 'im Choncologlat let book. Just received and fcr ,ale by 1ley8 A TOWAn, 49Camp st P Arl-cito oAPEliig paper. t receved a lfie lot of large bIrow paper, suitaile for ooltanu brkern, of Waternioe'a Manufacture and for sal by anly A 'I'OWAR,49 Camp at DO)R' FteLIoht..A opledllld a.oetment of FPrneb Wtl Sti.lg eske, various leis ani iptlero., for nlei b DAVID FELTnd Ce, J8 New York Stntionerr' Hll, 4 Chlartr. at PAPER WAREHIOUSE. A .EXANI)I1 M TOWAH, lookseller, 49 Camp at, having purcobsed the stock of pap ler , otf Mleasra. Thllrg Greene & Cli will keep eoltnluoly on hand a giod spiply of paper suitablde fir news book nlar job prltillg of varilou eer wirn 4 qumlilies, super royal, ltaral, rtedii, delme ucil writing do. iblio, commercial l etd Raker l, gl url r iolUS coloredpiiog painpenr, blank cinrds orileu sizeo iaid ilualitloe, plnylng do, vhapping paper. printerr' ink, etr oifirlitig cprneses brns rule, i:Cs Ce & cll of w lici le offers for sale on ftha Iloe ecurro i oi ilt ing tires. Ohl type iMrchase i or t ken ii pnylenl of new type Shr oile nrticles. mtas wivLryO slerinr glazend uords, suearied sizes froa i1i. l to l-,fir solo uo very Ieew priesobyi DAVII) FEIT & Co, eIec Neiw T}erk Stlalinoer's boll, I24 Clrtre st I ril, it a geenr.] aortmnrnt of Man Aiand iGing" h Ulla rll , niild Peer.l,I new and fashionable I.les, ladilg firom blrig Wo. Henry, forosle by 111) 1 IIlHllle.ti & CO, 131 Magazim st at 1 ,()'IllNO-15 caves oveasonal, eclothla- lg-dng fliyp I I Ittl)iRE &. UC, 134 Magazine st ljAii b Wet-l'i n:A urge inire; jIrnl eeeii;i i an 1or sa1 ele ly IIALL & BLtO(WN. ocr 1l1 96 1teaganine at ''Ell, I'l"it-Jotii receiveda I w gross Gillota I Ett'[t',tlld Perry's doulde patent steeI pens, for alebv DI)AVII) FELT' & Co, imS., N Y enatleoner lall 24 Chartrcn at 1[ONEY--I0t liere fee k Cua holeey, now landing Sfrom ilrig Cloara io'n Havana for tle by" JARVIS & AND)REWS, a24 cur Colmmon anti "'eboupiltolaa a IOLAPSES--19 bllsijust received aid for gan by L IIEILMOtUENE, BROWN & CU __ioy :t _ _ No Coati st D1 EI'RI(:EKERATOI-t-Thl is a new and useful arti. tfcle ii'furnilre, riliidly eolng into use, in nar Ihern its well ss southller latitude. II isdesigned to ikeepiclia nd eweet, suhel dilche in tile culinary de Il prleelltn as ore Iterreere to be tproieceld from the Iselt o ile wnntolherdctring the summer neaosn. The IRtefrigeraoir is now consldered an iediapensable arlihlo ie iliihe elnloVofevery good lhouewife. Tlhe quaoilily of fodi it protects relmi tile welhoer. will more 1IlII pcto ilre coo of tile article every yoar. lThe cilicriber in cohSotlltly receiving from the ma. .lctiorrr, Refrierators iiflllitferent pries. lThe Sbhoeilre ier i plloiteid Agetl fur tile manufoc if Itlrre, lr A P'iiten. Speilceens l thle tefrigerators Ii aiiiul iioy ilalnn 3 lieIIoillea.t ..1 . .f tW It CASNES. vi"l A C t-llio iiieohi-Th iie ilch iic's ice, J cllln",,cheding pricilpes, lu les lln tallies in 40o onrivuc hleiirtilienln of mnlheinle t rtto nrl ioelhaniics, itiuel f i t'li dlwtrihce, lIlp Ilueer, util Artirnlee il gene rail. b % e'illiiil (;lePIl, ri il cteinio r. Iet AaCerlUani SIron hlee 5thi (iliaguw editioh I-eeeiied thil day said i Llu by AL.EX. TOWAR, 9 0I 49 Caiip et II ,10 A 'I"" IE!R, :.i" Grnvier.t I(IRIRI \(.5-310 buans bir ale by -iesie -i r l G-I x A TRIRi:, 34 Gravier a, 1MA\ lIlt .ITY OF" NEW OItI.IANS. Counlci of ~lnnitcipiy Nn. Tlwn. iliayvin rfn e 311h ofAprild 1839. II. Averv,W. Ilrynt, ,Jnlea L. Ilognt lolld Itlirreen. thers, oiw: ers of irouvery i tllihc vicintity, to caule Ito be i ll" n ntnIIIc S CUIIIIIII t. . ihoima street, in a staight Ile It lieref, lesnl,,Isei, thant notice .f said appllic-a. ioon I, given in F rench anld in English, in lihe 'fr Amer isnI, & lhhltiif rmfonfrt with inw,and thnt if Ii{) satli.lfl.lrv tll llwl.l mll bue Il rd i to ruilld prOrei d illl l'11"1'll)'" tha Ibih(hs CIonneI'dl w rill priICUP'd l I wle es, hl llctr io l. i peatied lndl onianued no is praed for lby thml.l orilis, nncurding to ItheII prsvieiusn of thb ae dAlril lli, reguainrillf the opeing of sre.lt . ihil i il t limiti of t"l eill uIlisew OrhmasL . eo Sigiird JOSIIU t BLALDWIN, Recorder. A' itE;rABI.y to liem foreging Ilas.lution notiee is hiriii giverr hatl iiruliit int dieii of lhe Coincil of Sllniiipml Nty . nTwo,o ii oepe aalnd continue St. '1'in mllau wret in a straight lin flnle Suzetote to Alnnucia. llon lrletl. C. ( ENIIS. Mayor. 1in0 May 10 1839. ,l.a1i)1if.l l: Il l; N:I.e. ORlEANS. Cuonsil de la Mullnuiciplit6 No. deux. ,rl ar-e dt 30 A 1ril, 18:11. A "'I'I NIU ,11e IPllien.riorn a bIt laite s e Coil si l I u isr Jciii II lilhun, Jannes .lainsy, \V I Anery. \vX Ilfrn Jmert I IrO'glrlel Ireize ailtir pro p Air('li lle Iiinu, fintcirs dllns lan volsinugs, pour aire S.r te ]cOlllmtil el drllitC ligne In rue iSe. Thoman depuLs Il rue Sd elhll.ll'aqu' a la rue de I'Annoaeia. II e enn lli cu-nlllllee r hilu que l'avia de in dire ap pltiiniin unit dlanl , en arnglais el fracnuairs, dens Io VrXi Ameiri:'n cai t I Bulletlin, conforeentlen & In lui,ee iue ii ppoieition A satisfaire west point faite s l'am6 Illrnliote ireoii ':ii I Clonril ornleRran I'aotverture et continlullil~rd Ia diile rue aion Ise demannds de petil ionaires et confbrilllhelt nux provisilons de I'acte du 3 Avril, 1813, riilularissalt Il'iuenur dea rues dansles lieiiea de In vill, de Ia Noavells Orltans. Sign( JOSHlUIA BALDWIN, Recorder. L s aseordancer arse Ia rsolulion pnbc6sdete, avLa dot onut; ie I'intloation do Coneil de Is Municipalith No. deua,du ilir, uuarirel continuer I, rue lte. The Ilns e lisn, droil de I. rue uzats lueaqi' &II Ia rue de l'Anconeiatiro. C GENOIS. Suairc. ell L I.e l l ai,1839; '( 1 UNNY BAfir-jqlitby buselr gassy bags. 0 ill store and flr soa e e b all J TIIAVER & co, T4Poydra treeal . ...... - NK\ JL..~tIil. v. --V -' l1. I.,I06 Ch' arirer streeee, hia ehbs day i&ei- it pir'rnhip ut nligs, . li dilo. enamelled Breast Iils, waicll will he ulslred ro lhe Iradeor In.dlura bhesp ern ty? el I-hir efore fld inl this Nily. AIm 50 dozen lhmaed Riigs, if all pioults, ntogelher with a great` va Siety of cheap Gill Wark, r.eossoisig of lrolelis RaIg,' Ear Iln{,itiiI'la, l.oekettl, Chais,, &e. 'hoir tn .alrnte mill ilutwall ciiunisin this ilrenr neaaiemeao. m'I 'ACII a u l Al.CO 1lOl-Clgate's S.arch, 30 boc.in; lucl'a.Alieoiil,.31 boxe, ar sfle by JARVIS & ANDRE .WS, ap t eorner Citommon indl Trctpitoullsell i ICIII)LASi AICKI.EBY-Nos. 7, b andr: alet tile tirl six sns in one part: uoh a variety of very iiteresting botiknjuast receivedfir sale by tilt A TONIXAtI, Camptas Scureid Sids ,d Soltaulders 't1110 kegs first quality Lard 100 brlc Bless Psrk. fnr sale Iyl opt 5 'i'ETSON & AV KEY, lil (lreaeir at S OAP--3111 bboxes No I SJoal, ill stors fr salee ry 1S &J I' WHITNEY oll3 73 Caimp st ElYtll(A I.ll1 CII9IEN't-l-1l barrels landing II ftm brig I:gemcld, saod for sale by rl3 S & J PI WIIITNEV, 73 Cansy st T)l(nSSE--C osie i n, , otrýire-.e , an tind Sa li.w al Ritcllis' patelt lever tlrpyiug pJeasee ; do wilb screwn al.o a lanrge airllely ol alaretl presae, nll warrnuld fllirsl rate arlic s andle fi sd e by DAVID FELT 4 Ca, iel0 NY Slatiai erharblls94 CL aIrse tU l3RIN'I'Er& INK-Junst reeiveal frau barqns t Cltesrieleer a large invoise of Johoeon and bue aneit 'un s, burk, anddjob ink, andal for sale Iby A TOWAVAIR, 49 Camp st --l RAVES' C- I-l .-e i c -t k o-r i .-h-e ,'. X just rceirvd ad tfor Msale by si)7 A TOWAR, 49 Camp ast tl 7 L 4iAL.E,r93 Comrmon st AILS--196 kegs assorted sises .ereivilg froum e Plhilud hlpl a lwr brig L'Oiien. fsr sale by my7 SItAL. & IIROWN, 90 NMagaeine ae J 40 do do browne do lnmling" IBr Fale byyr m':9 S & J P wHIITNEY, 7. Cnmp it Sr l11 ,'.SE IA.. MI KEIllt1ES- daz lntsuele l ful 'orkllatlltipl, Scut trs a tri.l to Ibis rlarket, ru . u .by ABRAHAM TRIElc, 1,i6 2t 34 Oravier et UlCKI ES-2D kegs g d 4n hos, reneivig fro Nr new York i ti nip lten:.ce,fi;r sle i by f ily SI1A LL N, BROWN, 96 Alasgasine e INEN 6lltT'T7-Z LiVKW&"jU4PE~ljfj. Li Just recivld by bIue rrisler,n n esaolmene of Sllirs :rovaillrs, Suailmar lleks, aloves, and Suepcn diesro atih Ilnonits, nsaner ef' Or. " -trlies aSu Caarrea N. IB. A cotiplete asnrteelst af Xriting Desske, )ressing cases, jatulable savine ic.rae in rose wood Isatllber. myb BUSIUlt & AI.LAN. O AIIS-lI6lsO ir.rl Dars. may 14 S &J P' WHITNEY, 73 Camp at I' U~v THAItRS3tlr oem b ags ?xafe r rT a 4 & l Wp\VIlI'NEk,; 5 C.eepc i, may 14 IS & J WItlTNE1, ?Al ClpllI tI

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