Newspaper of True American, May 21, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated May 21, 1839 Page 2
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. t hey w ioteld tie aieeitein will It nlb event, the dib tresr Sre quIetly awaiting ttad to they WIll no: yitld lt Ithitsalton tentirelyceased 1 ' The receipts are carcely I .ia nearly at a stand. FlourI ttipn t*o6 would be taken fir Iiretidr. ihoearnere only 26 t i -r ofot thle stiaitin of l q .lI i l th Alubama Stute lank 1 inearnest in lthano state, and will e ple at tile next eleetion. It ij imlsonerot rto wind up the sjidtitcfintr ie to tile deltors i' pay ainit againsot thlem. toie in o m of dte devel.pients in our it l-lby.. .Since it was written a nf t itknowt lewlge that muot fourever cnduo mnI S miittnitilishem. Laot winter MIr. Gouver. WLSington to inspe.:t ithe papers and atmh erinti relative to his alFairs. Mr: foed hImn theprivilege, whereon several r iettniined ti look into the matter, per fhice Kn. enlall hearing this, yielded with a 4 .i9 nlteh this Uouverneur trial care. ) t~tip pnogrrreo our rnnderr. ' Pro'; .tpvot Poo Ftogrlss to our readoro. .0 ( Of the BSchaare. S-(ax orxSobt & CO., EXCHANGE BROKERS,) $4.POrID te l or I, .a l i. e g. .' r.0 f a ~f. .7 frU. S.Dollr. NSi?, Tll@L!.i oqy.., j 1 p.o . dis.ouol Tu lruNOnir . 1,4, p.er ctl. prom. S .rAE.suRYat ..TE . pr~pr e prom & lot. .4ofs HllId, :i ~ I p. .c. prem. Pgrs . IUcaureut Bf iak Bufil s. (ThiA Doty, My Otho) tik.. ...or . Vk ..... .4 ti 5 p. odo. ' I.o lo.. .................. . "i.. 4 6. do I)o n. PrisdNotes ........... oI 1 do L. ,ol 1t d do ............120 d15 o Ritor k (ool poyinnk.)........:lo ..). 6 l Udloa Tnok.... I1 ,, la A1 ... .... i, 7 do IolI lnm ost Note........... li @1. do ik U .ti.oI , ....................... I:. @ 9 0 do AlmS Wa;.soiutoo ................ 5 0 do - Et .ao d I t I.Msak of Vlkshur . o ..i o . I @ 10: do Do do do I'otoNuo........0 (a5 dou .I. o(Vbkikc'. .......... ..... . 5a5 0511 do Vtl roko IWo.s . Work ........ ..... i1 (c#3 do I o ir........ ............. 5 0 do noostho'-l.l nk d fo i .. .......4d.....ll 3 d . doI '( t .iOore Iolok, C.o.... .......... IN IS do I8imeh t .0do .......... ..... .......: ' ., AI,7bst..Bpon .o po-i. g IIEnks....4... 4 5 do - tooSB ulo t....... ..... @. d d.........8 do '.LnOli llle: .. ..'.' .. ..... ii . . 3 ( Is 5 du A'ka",.Os. 8 do A'ktoon and.ortHudson .......... 15 %20 do Choo. MIy ...........4 WIihtoo. Sy .....7 otowYorek. do . ............ l 0 1Crioodol, y ........t1 h ot lpkc do ........... 1 o Louitvillt, do ...........11 tNLIROSS do .............11 St. Iýouis, do ...'".'.. 11 do......... ...10 Looorpnnl. Ao .200 '"" xulo ..... t. JIGOISrr .............. I C80 uItTrr (F NEWy ORlllEANF.S.. , Mtay O, 1839. el Eogw nt-lon, swa.tu, for Liverpoul, -.A I . t layte go gIt10iLawr..a( r(haisl, for LWiparl, G tllckhm n it II P Alip-lrid. Turner, for I.lorpuol, I.I Gale e Ship ihonaro. Chlo I, lor Lioerpool, 3J I0 D vo BhIp.Ioouho, T'P uemau. f, NoW York, A t:oio too 6P~il~burn Durothy, for Nw York, I' Lidawto Bbip ntratolaCro, fol. rdifos e ork Vtra. 'y,'k & co BiL OrlOallo. llmton, oR K clluood, A S Addiou : co oo 84. gmblemn, Rusoell, for Havanao. o3b" - CLldwo'l & Truouot Eholiyron, 'nearOll. fogt RIoOrand.. OD Gooldolmth 0, Sohr Dha, .ttton, for Glo tloeter, Muuochethoso.. . .1F M WVld S .oot oocket olomli, Wiodlo., for GolTtno, re - Smitt A- Vlo h oes oT - RRIVALS. Moiy 20,1s:`9. o Thiir.bet orahppo . Mot riso, from S V pW.. havling tow .od.so"r Ikqrgoe Sophl., I rqunOsprey. brlt.. Atbiao nood Ih ole i .o Sd .lohl Ontario, returned tt o the ro ity lihll ohrs Koo- o 0dbl Poe.oWotteootoh and Albloorta. Loll h bar o t le lbth'iou,'lt I0 A t . NAL hi g new Tot kt oPheoo., Anoioll, fem o W pao, hoaving towed toohio.tNabrro.o"tiloUotlt' oo.,rdi d aild IbriO J oolooo return. o ed toothobiriight. LeftIthel.ar ol 0th inot, at 5 Op. Ra pts othlugin ijbtlin th oarlg, oid ldoo reports oting ill v the rioer ,,-. Toial hbt Ilihionn loton,le oonm N ! paso, having towed Lto .a ,hiddi Akkark.a Pideolort . Dod1e..borqu Jame. and rhr Aomnonn;tot.okI t0 tIle city wilh brigs I.ou-o aodo I'redorikh IR fronlg ad Pivoo I.lft the bar oa the 19th loot, at 61' N. Nolhboloin * oo'otloothir.oiol torivor. to srig Louios. otdoriok, Soholbhrg, 42 day. from tlrooon, to ebomldt l0 Wgroor BrgOl Gonitooholgr adon, ddays from Ilaoalo, o I Gro-. ot Bl~c ho Bri Paeo. Couoip, fro.t St Marks. to moater. loer Aletoouoti;, Lud,7 days from Galvestoll, to tIe mas-I ter. . ., ,, Oehr Woterwitctotooo. tot Iot lfrom Vera Couz, ond 7th inott fram Slofo Cao ile. hI SoLr omotuo4o Omte o .ooo's Londllg, Libhoca Ilty, ton, Steamer Rlenltrio t ;out. N tlmor ol.g, tombo, frlot Louivoilte N stonmer Roltpo.E I).y, from l'toooIehe.. tesagreA Pqfro, Duraoy,from t Mortiosville. ftnuoaewr ore, Cl. rk. tlomoOpeluso. o , EXPORT. tt LIVERIPOOL.Peohip oew ELogtland..C.Cgo, 180 hbaes of o .... button ........... oa.Pitrsbp lt Lowretoo. Cargo, 1658 hbli cot- 0 p01 MoooooSOoy.011 ooo 000 ..;.......;:.. :Pr ihip Alesxsmlria. .Corpo. I5110 holes sottnn. .... ........ Perh .p UDooorn..Coago. 1679 baoles of cot NEW YO r ship Louios..Corgo, 3200 pigs oild, 030 tot. prk.514 bols. tot, n. 104 h. d. t thxc,', 2.13 ' b halfdot eef, 30 bds 0ug;r; undlys tail N I-. o fotoloieo.die ............ ;. sn h .p A ..lotoo. Cog, 4 b... hotto.., t6 i. .t o. l9 a.ka b con 210ll0 pigs ln,,d,' 79 ' l rokt. . S"paek. skills si :1 bbIl,. blalikelta, ..........:.*. b.shipFormnsa..Car'':0,1: pidc lea x'.23 6 "h 11d-7 .or leed, 51h1Io. elata. 140 bin pork, 809basme cottono. 4 eosko homs. RICIIMONb..Pr brib Otuoas..Cor.o. 80 hil. 26 eooes ondo S1 hltdto toloboo. 135 lids bacon, lots url I. om ..'to. o, provisios boo. IIAVANA.Po. orh Eombhltm.. Cargo, 700 hIt floor, 4 oases RI10 GRIANIb o...ly roll..Calgo, inall lots hordwareil, gl.oWrr, o wareo. thlp chandlery slid sool t oild drty god ood r.LOUC. R ,.Per otto Dolt,..Cargo. 022 scks eoarn, 1t2 ! oM pork. 35 htlf i Ifa J.t DALVE S ..ppkerttolumhia..Cargo.sudry lois pro- I :'.r iioNL. Lroceresr , mwacket, pickles, whiskeky, -4ay drygtoods - oA.IMPOolTS COttV.}ONt.. Per o r Aloxondl!r..In ltottoo,: 0 VSR A4GRLUZ..Pro hrb Woterwoltclh..Co i. 4.00 dolltll ito . " ,cisolad I blttoiher. Arnopld+til'.. I: A BAY..Ptr hthr o'oetoll tlncket..Ctgo, b.t Is;llld .; Il#l,..Per bale LotioInI Frniii dr'k..Car, brody, 1 11 * 0 ". otoooi. llo too Unl l eohd'ze to J A Mokaott & o P' F t:ry auid mister ! I' ...trbrio it lOoioo..OhorCo 1757 bo........., 7. - . h itgotd oilhoit. ooooodrl roo-i;eotto FT J1A1116..I',hoi, P.o~t.n..looo'o.oot jooCCoI r' OF 0 1001:C1CI ".OPol otub..Peloolo p bOl'Somophore..troor 101 bolet coo - ton.C Tltdedl. i. do 1If l, Ifellmu. v D,.ln,. 00.1 IlllH~ Ito tito pei-l..Po steamor A I'oorlr..t'aro o I0, baoe (,ot wdo and I do hIde.Uail in b rllll .q 4tt D0.to n.. 41i. 3it 0ht yhti 3doA Ii. r'ot; 3.doA Riv ,rdla A eu u hlo . d lladsundry lAoindo.lhakelo3, l.e k o boaord; olo baoos ,ot-on. I,,u e o lu: ' • lblooopl IglKpwtatd. 0 th.ol.iuo..I'ot to maoor Mo-u'. O'orno, 90 hot. tbono, J o V'L e. 6-6,21 .La A L Atdia,,,o 4Bdi,, A 0 W., ;Ilt. 4t r0: 7 I to Wollaod 4l. lugotool Oidlotoarkey IVOttIlio..htol I: do il I -Forrylho.m.oothrleito ooe l irtpe o416 oll 0l6r o, doll optlrh 5.101i $,t.¢i. heirg'tg 311 c ,il rol,e. 4 Iean twtill .V C I.' 11 n aymkb , u.q 0.;~u, ellO lli,1, h a h ..i; P t1:0o',; 41 Ito tot cat. i tmo LI.lboei t. Tomptlooi; 7 bhda tuoco Io 1 o s 0 lour _L01 doo 4erk berke, # Ly'oe - ULl'd.d...f ; .t eamer RYdlne..Cargo99 hitd sugr Mar- I wor ob o. . Watt 4 roI 4p.,70ip|t uioomer Alton..t:n..o. 18 bhds tobaccoGill, SSolooand O4Ltooo.oo J Thoyo. 3" hhd lon0eooo 'Ps . J0ol 0I''otgotootWlooot P F t,7 cook.ban.. ..lotd.0tio door o odfiy, I.awrio , & llS.o, 13.3 l l omi, I t'tlo o. 81 btlh porkh Id 21 kego lardi. 0l0rt&li, tlubnOt o, lf boo mead J A Ierrel, 4 hodt, o b.hcnt l boltooooooIP otl~rtoootoob pie-lo. liotooilooO w0 Ototoy 0000i 04118 igo .ltl~rotot.LoYoo&to·t 00 IaliyYootiooo Arll .4 -(ati Ldjd erdflQW)B) l sp a Binn . 39 ·arkb corn A It Wat @0o. Sb81 lord.!i hibd. lo' ae .o, 4 kool bottter ti- ego.o oW . Iw, ty, 7 ca sme d . ob 1 bohkeo. 'iO .s; log 4..li bIsra J544m ,ilolt ot, n"tt hood oettle, F5otildi ill., pr stmoame Pol Joes. .Carogo. o"h bhdslu.0r0 W ltowmoro.lldo Lombttb l Th'bnompo,, 24 brlh oultu.oso .0 Stke.,l. t lvroAH Vrreo,45.otlolecottonl JO'lou. o olli uo. O tp ltrn Ikp yaoo ViWkhb.beo,.p ot ltnter o il Culnnotbl..CorIo,o 702 he of 00ola R.,k Woltk"o e.5 do . A J Dick ir cu. 16do loloon h *t n.ko.h - moletlI l Thoomopt, 3 Itt hplpe. od I potter 'pal 1^ .IhJlhot"o omeoA JDoGmbiooo o Ooackb, to.ee A botellottoo A PlettFu o ro 5 do Nogeot Ooorpin t.-iltptodry oul 4o ,modrt conoionoei I S3opo Iooott..oam.eotooto Ploio..Cargo. 354 hrlrt tt trcoiOp&o bil4 bhds ugi. I.oobeth _ * ol mbIuloo W Bogert, 50 bril do O H Gall S CONSIGNEES WtbogIi otd M.Lnoplos A t.atall.o; Pohmoilo bd't r + # fro. o atk o 8 G mBsoobard; Jo:oephh ,wlhrea:'t It at itd ltAeTta.oto. A OGuot & eu0 J Bailey; A JI O t t -o~;) PASSENlGtRS %r'o llomooprnphof.. R D Loo. Ti DoIm,, Foromo Oh hotB 1.40,loo 0orBorit Rtgl.o;iOt..JiI PluFmnn H Groll. Mmn rt1elt lIrI;.aOd Mullet; and Mlria Tennnl; Maryo Tmas utlllo JoIhn Spindleo& bhild; 3 WoOoouot S K. Rook "mi.` aodt Whaetlt; t.ory, Beodill; I)avl; C hlo t KHtaa.ýteJ8ºlmmar, Cu i11 agars Fay; 4V PEMO1RANDA 'u h"u r (:ap o :flwA..ir~~sLuppl Ito 4 0. .. Og 4 iEr nI'It jeans amnsonlra. PFAITRUL AND BOLD. gan ! fEW OR LEAN: & " TUESDAY, MAY 91, 1830.ý9 , t " le whomn the Gods destine oi dlest, antion, is al- can ways made mad;" is a trnism verified evt ry day of our in a lives. l.r. Vail Buren seems hent on his own ruin. Ie I has instructed his corrupt ifficers to prosecute to the slil exteta.fthe law, all the upostate Jacksoa men, who held oticer undeoe " greatest anti beet." W hnt is the icon- Kn eqauence ? iladdraed by persecution, thier erx-otlleras l resist and expose theproligtay ofthellute odministra- I lion itllhout fear or favonr. To protect thelmselves, mi0 Sampson-like, they uptool the columns of til party ed edifice, and involve themlselves and their tormentors inl one connlon ruin. Ali. Van Bulren is so blind, s)o mud, n that he does nlot see tlthen infct of I hi persecution ofati General Jackson's quodtalno friemls. wi The blow nimed nat the hand of thlse pnrticilplors in, a tile spile o of lice, recoils with powerful rnore upon the present adminis.lotiot, for it is pildriPd to carry out the in principlesa of its prealeI'e sor, to the very letter. We iI hail every nat of Mr. Van ituren that goes to expose lthe orraupt v:lltiiny of ten. Jnckson's governmlnclt. Ilefore of Ilia termt of tervice shall exlire, the people will learn " the exact motiveis of all Jacksoli 's deeds--motives atn deeds that will turn thle Ilve of this people for hi lintlio Sbiitarall ilid make tntll curse the day they placed i him in power. The developereurits in the Governerr case, now be thre the Circnit Cunit of New York, lunk more like fic- ta tiln than troth, nso astotnding are lthey. The U. Staten " lhas sue Suanllll 1.. Gouverneur, Iltae PIostlpater itf New Yo, k fir sundry monies alleged to be due by him.ta When Mr. Goverreur entered upon the duatis of his station, in JnOtary, 18.9, he foul revery thing in confu I, Si0n. 'he'lel'rtasurcr of the Guneral Post Ofice did not know whult acrptances were out, how maich monsey was in hallk, or wha:t clhcks hte hlid drawn on tile ofice at New York. iei prayed lr. G. tt protee ailly paper that miigt be out and a short timel nfterwards thanked hits for meeting check ol $i100, which had been pro teited. aMr. Governlior went on dlilg lnl that AMr. Bar ry a kitid h tlm to do i ii suoiniing the departmlent, tiltd was s-ured ltiat his condutet was " in the Iighest re Spte ALL RaU.nm!" a I 1831r,iDr. Burry called on M.r. G. to raise inonry) fior the deplrtnme,.t at lty discountl. It wits donile: andi Mir. It. iwites to ir. G. linat lie had tl lldllla tlhe PIrrei.llnt, and that Gen. Jakson, ill tile sIcieritayi olf it healrt, hiuti' SIr. a. never to jfrg Mr. G. Ilere we have proof Ihat tlth President knew of the wretched illismnaceele.I of tlhe Pot Office, and lie t wink d at it,if he did not help to brlig it about. And yet we are t-hl titI Genl. J.lckson was nal chonedl Mr. li ry writer tI I". G. anf lhws anll the hl Mar hi 181--"'Congress will sttaill the i Ptit idetlt in hiiis course. (itnlovillg t dlIl +itei ,) a dll we tullt-I lrly 11 thei Stlate Itllnks. Th.e l'President iasclrti. n thle SEVEN.TH r I.a\ D Ilai: Slt IILL 1ie iiinME.ItII II- . !". Slr. Adlaitsl said, the su!e l. et of Jaklnoi ill r.ilonving thel dep(tsit wall Ill lsc thea pnblic ney i tI ai "source o pot.i e to hio elfi oul plunder to his partians!at" About the samei tite tlhe lanhnitau 13unk atns fliavred with a .share of the spoil, for as Mr. Barry avers iu his leltter to .Mr., G. lih II "hit,'s wnre all tr/e.fhrielns. Ald y ltwe Lretold, that-l'lcesident Jaiknoni was an hitnest ntin! Oh, slhaine!! In April 1834, Mr. Barry, 11 who had borrowed large amounts of ioney front Mr. i l Hlamilton, lrepor tIhesn loans its drafts to the I)vesti gaotilg Clumititee. Ie sat n, in a ittler to Mr. G. that it llt Presilelt knew all about is alid sustained himi in his course ! And yet Gln. Juislon wls n Inlonetl man ? VWhen 3Mr. Kendall enme into ffice, he could ot arceer tuin from the Bookslol tile depaUrtlmenlt wtIt was due - too by it i and the claims of tile I . States anginst Mir. G. arise from Ihe Irnsncliont that occurred dlling the perioed of connflsiont of ohirh time tolks thelmelves ee gaie no coerret account. Whethelr Sr. G. 01 ill able ln teextrietle himself is till a matllter otdoubl,. The ia i sue is nothing to in. It is the developemen s of tile nIisgoveronmnnttof Jackson and hisoflicers thllat w have SIo o willth. Before his trial is over, further expoiltions co are exlpcetld Thus, every day brings Ihidlec things ,at o light, and by Ithe very lndness of tMr. Van Ilalren,are ilt tilt petpl enabnled to learn thei whle extentl f" the v;i. Id lainie perpetated by Ge. Jackson. By n parity of reasoling we call Ithrefrn easily arrive at tIe true state Sof things under the government of ,'erlil urea. If uhusacexistcd tnder the oadminisralion of the lero of New Orleans, greater ones necesarily exist ander td the intilistraition f Ihe Hero of Kil Irtihook, for uor s' ropti. never goes bA'kward. ATHonctorS VILLtlnY.-We find a printed earrative of of colfl-hibordeld atln hertles: aIrnociy, in the lnast Gal l v'ston Gazrttoe It drvel ' ies snon e of the daket pr shlltaes that btcl;ketl humanl naltlure : o l.at' in fMay or nerly in June, 1897, five or six voun be nlmn norecnpied the anute m bedl rnlo one nlifght, at the boarding house of Mrs. llnl, at Houstion. In the of nornin, one of tho null blhr, Channoloy Goodrilge, mllis- he el a oine thollannd dollar bhnk lnotel frolt hi plcnket hook, and ol anoluncing theIf et, and after it had been en intlimated that mlle on of the lodgers int s sFIpectId, Ie owas cfald upon to epenify thor per-on 1t 'O whott.tio hit sfusplicionts rested. After n:loe hesitation It, dtreig- , IJ noted a ,r. Iolwrenlce, a ynoong no from the otily of Noew Ytrk, of glear re-peltability, and to whom At. M. l N:nllh hil Ilbeen, o(r pet hlaps wnaI theln, gulrdian, fl r nowe n hnoliov.o hl Il not ntl:ilned his : i o t yeafr. ''Tho cons-. q'ente was that lt lllhnf ge wttls poased by Lwnreonce- the parties IIl ttand hli (I.) wtos killedl. C. l1. Statlley, r who hall bIen one of the l'ldgerno where tlheftlr illn red, actedl is the econ'll of Lawrence, and sow hinlll ht. Statnley renaln e at lHouaton throgh the lllller, du- A ring which f timo hon was nick. reproecnted himflitif to be J ill destitutle irculnllmtanncs, nnd borrotted small sain ofl money nfro1 timfe Io lilme to defray hisl expenses. In A N tNovember, he went to 1'r. IDoswnll, whol wnas nabout to t Soleave for New Orlentl, ndl gante himn a t'nsl:n: dollar g li nk [:ill, a illt intlrlluctioln to bring out tlt" amlao n:t i ll I gnoods. Doswvtll's sulpic'ions were excited, and on hisdi retulrn he intliloned Ithe circanllll to IllMj. Ilo'oln, I h hll:ad enll the lntle in th : hanlds of LawnniCne, and, nIro thef dlconritiOln, believePId thalt sntl by Sftnney to bh be t lihe ale. Drl Niles F. Smuith, is acquainted with all ith ri comnslotlncer, kntew e th d.'stituoe Condition of ft I Stanilev--rendred hiln petnnllliiary Isistlnlce-and n strongl v b+lievt's in his ouit. In the mean timen , poor 2 (lGoodrildge,illlg by remorse at the death lf I.nwrenro, o I hetlrallle illlost a madmanl , scralling oit during Ille Sniglht on as to alarm tl tholoi houset, and rnoving :f the' p circumllance ineessul tly. Ile gave woy to dissipation t IaTd intn miseiahln condimtion intdered to San Ant oio, I' Swhr:re Ih'·la'lrreld llllnd halld an nlitray with a gamnlern Hl wned .Mlien, Afterwty d-i th' rumb lr stole iiipoor Imn'lt S and l rl I Iii in i i his hedll, and rhel plu!ng-di t I!owie ii I i knd tlhrouglh him .n ts to inia him to the rout a8u. v Snl'usine: t.prmii.''ng you_ men prmoi fttrtly- at t ': t9 isrntr ly eInded their lives, .lile S anley, the a.i : ,l, a the rilr'Umsltanle strongly g, to prove, of their rll, pll'd his w\a, tI atll lapplearanc's, as callly as I t- in in:,; ied happmened. rt Staule i+ at present in t: ndy, krnvin, hrn h rgu I- ed on the ,th''rgt of a:':ing $ ( of Mfr. Gienm, Ti rY ll'u.totn. I. e wia t. lll. at .the .oUllt of the 3nhihlfn i by Sherilt' \ il'sol: f:ht:n coulntlly. No proloslu'lin call S tne planf folll' l r Illthe ft' fI pr1 i ' .'l' to' have I k rn l It ll.: do upon Glotdlttlod , lif in w ItI: tte h I' st:ine ti lllltfCntalin rk i onu f the oflno:lr, in wll'ch hlf lhtw eqllires Ili Int n . inlldictmnlent huul be found. W\\ 'uldersthud that he do telore I (;rimes Lliil)oney, Iand we fear ihat lie will Ibe r. I p noecuted with lets tignr than his condhtt demnds, as Grimes hastn been ipon fIrindly iermll wll him, lll hblieaed ilo hi iinnocCnen" It': o he "us slospeted Iby rd Stanley ic t:I : on of the r x-znvrrotor of ('aroliln of Ic hat nnoe, and ha 'had a brotherIol n Tihe 1i.tn'eican Con cl granforoevernl yearn . 'I fhe t lnllil it of ithe ilfl stollld 'ing, but we learl-n thatI heIt o h. n I aO rentegade for s'V''. Sral yeas. ae forbear anlv futfrlP remanrks until the Spreon'lit prnmnet':ion shall ave tet!rmtinst.ed. gar • Thn ptty at Washllington.-the h,,-ft.oolkl nII . the mlantre tof d'Ault -o( re lu,ily engaged iI shaptgllll d f.lllsollion tLie on iut-trlesray proje tao oi to f.ce t down the thraftI of the I people's rnpra.enlatlvee oext stsoio of Congre.I. Th'ese car' rapt raler. well know, that, u.ce llcedl in postessau n fa sub. trensury law, they un nilever tle urnedt out of o. . All our brt rki n it id lente !:i tramldod under totl feet ofthe elf mande ty traliot. Let itle reprean.tattve to Congr.i. beIare, leot thtey prove recrealt to their rouslitlolnt. A dlendful accunottlaltl ty awaits thnose who, by nuglect or delaP, sIhll hrow the e- lanlnco of power into the hnds of tbe Exrlnotllve. SJ The Trloeurer fludat ll b lan called on fIr. Woo Iherry for thne 4th, inmtalment oflthe urpts revtcn.ue. Call on, from now tinf doomsday, and you shall call iln vilu lie IIh. intended that ma. treasury notes ill he taken in paylne.it. Alas! fh y aro rea wanted to sustain the intereets of the party and to inter era in a.- fle arate lctlllous. ock To talk of sending Colonel Stone to Europe to gather nmaIPlial for the history of New York;-what a falce! Washington Irving is the only oanll in the State fit for the daly. Eaveonty-e thousalnd dollars wmer received on tini E Erie Canal the frst seven days days of this month. As to many wouldll taken in thoesimn I.se, if our rail way It were dtnashed to .Nashville. -TY'P b APHiCA t.i NmV RA V. le Scoinue t peeina gtba pmrerediog -o f tt'tp, Festival site as furniheod by the Committee of Arrang'enaets: Coa BT THE COMMITTEE OF ARMANORMNTS. bon James B. Marshall, Eq.-.A poet, a scholar and a for gentlemann. 9tr literature moat improve when each ma mtods are encouraged in tle Repnhlie of Letters. Mr. Marshall, in a few appropriate remarks, returned are thanks for the I.nur conferr.d on him by the Cotanit are tee, and as the hour was late, h. would not detain the company by ill-assoated conopliments,but convey the a in aseentilentt. Ily J. B. Marshall- The Press-A sunt that will stand still for no Joshua. Joshua Ilaldwin, Esq.-A magistraie without Eile, on who temipe.rj lie. with mercy, having for his objent Rnfrfn moore thln Punishtaent. l.ong mny the Second fot M nlicipality be fvrored with such an officer. S Mr. Bahlwin expressed his hIigh gratifieation at the anlentions shown him, in pertinent trmne, and conclud Sed by giving the following : at By J. ilald;win--Th Typographical Assoeialianof Nfea' orleains-Honorable, charitable, and useful in its its dign. wl James H. Culdwell, Esq.-l-li name will be blended Is with the endul ing monuments of hia enterpri'e, so long ed as the Arta have i votary, or tile D)ratta an admirer. e Mr. Caldlwell responded in his usual felicitous and on nimpressive maultr, and terminated by giving the fol. tit lowing: lt SBy Jamnes H. CaIlwell -The Press-The offspring t nof genius, rocked in the cradle of libeote :--the ptren. ocoenf the arts, the sire of feedom, and the deartlofgtyr Col. H. T. Williams, of Donaldsonville, L.n.-A gen uthinhn whose public nad privnte cllaretter stand with- R; Soul t reproack ; nmd a fiend of our art, who apprecintes o the libety of the press. hi Col. Williams tlhen ros, and in glowing lunguage, he oas. red the. company of his just appreciution of their lnerits and sevices--he would give sa toasto : oi The Press-I fit errs, it corrects its own proof sheet d M.(;renier, tioq.-A rising Advenate, ,ho le.ft ourI .rolnks to prctice at the Bar in anotherhrrtdr,-lhis legIolh e work prven him to bIe enopasred by none of his otom ne. pee. lly he meet wi h no Bar to Iris success; but Sreceive manv takens of well jnst fied impresions of his V superior judgmnst. In replying, Mr. Greeier, took cncasion to review the e vicissitudes onl nlbors of a journeyman printer--bling himsaelfa printer, he was peculiarly alive to their im ortance in society- and though hlie had embrncced no r-loher profession, the reltospect ofthe time which lie hadl utpent among printers, afforded such pleasure as he felt proud in cherishing. re Messrs. l.UnmdCen &c Kendall--The architects of theire or. wn fortune. In diltribnling thle pullic jit, nlly tiby IO. h(iei foer a quotntin--lavin pilenti af side notes ad for tlhenoslvcs, and always a " PICATU.oE" for a friend. Ie iMr. I.nldenc arose, and temnarked as follows: Ir. AMr. Ptesident,and Gentlemen-To any that I donot ifeol complimented Iy the rentimenr: jot dntnk, lnd your e warm responses to the ance, wonuld be to prove me wan to . ting the common sensibilities of hlucnnnity. In behalf l of Mr. Kendall, my partner, nlho is tllioed froe a et ) ecrticipt tin in your fe.tivitie, o' . t tolnn t ncfbusinenss, Sfr msell, i dividnullv, I beg enve to rcturn you ny gretfutl neknowledentents for your very attteriog l elinn loent Whentl I oohk arounndlhis festlve hoard, I n-nrecognizete o ie lnesl nctef oftunooy enwit nny u il o i ht I tntnIco hro yeornyas asn ooired ill soell enUllnUcity or oe ,ther, to nlchlt fr monnl.'nat I tlnnt lln t ll mit ofllV n frienl,. With lreelings of plide and ,leasure I rn cog' aito s al' . t i.,ilect- t.t .hknowloe'ging the grateful c.enti. hent given hc the Coneliteice, allow me, sir, to one:r LI The honest, iundostrious Journeyman Printer.-A to r true type of ature's noblest work--n oronament to son , .f eal.-a componentl fraction in the coluatn which sup nr t f lof his ceuntry's ernlnesn. Ilins notto mw d in this I -.. !/ ti le rote of right, need he sure the measure will justifJ." an The Mobile Typographical Association.-A column re, is tie cyvcnnlphin ro.los, composed of good matter, well nA Ino/kednp wic h thes quoins of fellnowslip Their dele ti lln il let lrenti is a clear npre to that the edition of si their cork lstauds withlout a n/re. - ht Mr. Dowlino, President of the Molile Typogreaphicul bi Association, regretted that tihe lateness of tilt) hour precluded the possibility of uttering whlct he felt on this Sr- occasion I he hlwe n er chained the attention oftih co'm do pany flr a few moments by remarks that elicited en lir. i usiastic bursts of applaure. tln By D . J, owlin.--Te e tlar Spnngled Banner tIve /te andd flnncra of the e e n Orleans Typognraphical Ao seci lion : a errrrse rwsarnr r'oe arrt urr.s reana rypOgraprcties - stri liasr: mt Forever rnave each .standard seet- cn lVhere eirep tile foe ho itell biefore us, e W i' freertron'e soil ibeneath oor feet, Anrrd freedom's bualners wavig o'er ns. A letter ois received from the lion. C. Genois, ex- sli pressing sincere regret. that nauvoidable circumstancas ti deprived hiio (f the hIlpilless ofratending the anniver satry celebration. Accompsnying the lerter was the fr. I follow ing toast. ct e Typographers-Their profession is the basis ofthe TI hIherlles cl our dear co:lntrv, and llamonFgu, Ihelrr, are toui d nales engraved ii the' heart of every goud cit saa, enlightened--nav his oerfial acts always tend c, r- to thie prosperity l'ouir city, and tie hallppine ss of the vi people. " .ettrl' were likewise received from lir. Pendergast of tihe LoiBsiana Advertiser, Mr. Bullen of the Beer, nd C Mir. Anderson of tlhe SIn, expressing their regret thatr pt prier * ngseetmert r should deprive them of the pleasureo of meeting tl'e 'Typrgrpphical association at thes festive SI board. 0 By J. R. Andersuon-'l he Typogrphircal .Assoeiationse e of New Olt) Ican-snccaes to its elojects, and health and Li halppiness to its emn1ners."' . U Messra. Ren, Clarke & Rea-Liberal er rp'oyers, wioe fire vcrn 1 by mntlulnsl rights--marking their isn terotLre witr the nrtlan;ty of grletlermen.tt I 'The BIe-A revisededitionofa sltandard tork, may ' t t irplcprietors foldii it Hire wlrert ther tlln gain the SIloney of lfte, clear hornm an sting of disaplolntmrnt. P of J. t'. I'llldrlgtri t, rs'I.--Ac te.lpltviong Printer--still i unid to our Ibrotherhood by tihe i's:c tcre os social I S elings and tie resminirencees of" Arld tlng syne"- Smay hiRs success in life equal hist unr sunug wort . 'Mr. lMarshall, in behalf of John Gibson, Esq.of lthe IB True American, assured the Preside hnt that Mr. . re Sgrettcd r is inability to avail himsrlf of thbocourteous e u r invitation of the Association; he sentasr a sentiment. it. iy John Gihson, Esq.--'l'he N. O. 'I'Tyngraphirai A.+rrittion-u-l ldrhin asserting theirrieht.,uand Faith. bre Jfl iexecutilg them. 11 of I Juol GitFeort, Fsq-" Faithful and hold" in suipp)rt lIt g what conduces to rublir: utility; and a "'''1ve IAMeEleAx," " m, hao afre proud to point out' fie a rep oto res tr u 'li s ttf ntrirebivulry. r lThe :Editors of the Louisianian.--Gentlemen of longi in cannection with our craft. l"heir editorial abuility is A isuere troof that their r'w work lll rtalli as high as It'e must favored of their fomes r editions. ir The ;rrn--Condcivd by practical printers; ir has t leaclhed its mleridian-may it cover set. th The Sali-bary Carol;nian, Calhount to thie core, is of fllyof opinion,after having read the ma;ority iand mi nd nority reports of thelSwartwott Crommittee, that tMr. or Woodbury is " intellectuallvy atd l orally lltfit" for the o er, office of Secretary of the 'retsnry. 'Wonderful dis ire covery! Anty man who will read one of his allullal re re ports will be convinced of this fact. Ile is nothing rs ore n ian pliant tool in the hands of a corrupt Executive. iT, 'osum utp his character in ll few words:-he was an leeopen federalist in 1I3.3Iand elected ari such toi) th gov i . ernorship of N.'wI Ilmnpthrire. W\\1, can repose faith vie i traitor ? No one hut a traitor himself,-laol snch was re. Vuan l nren, for he was a rank federalist in l i112t. " 'irds ofi' fri'athr, &c." i LATEST FROM "retE.-IS- V h rei GaCreeton dIttes of t asthe 17th. Admiral llh.udil, in the ship Neriad soilte for lin vala, (ecompnlied ay fthe ninared hli. ltrtosier aniI' a stedin ship I'h eroun.) on th111e 15111. W hi'-t at Galves. t,i , everr Iuhopitalltv was extendedi to the vetranu Ad mirl,and in relirn hi '.,sid an' d r tertained thIr Uls - vni tSonlliTld on belod hlls ,1fg ship, prior to sailino. The fiitorlllring corr rrrt1tndr.ce lrk place in cr,:hleting courtsoais, wh:ch we copy : rom t et'ivi icesy i OGLVoEro. ('ree. Po'r Ils Excellenev, I be I'he Adliranl lkuldi r. Id '(llllllllllel-ln thief rIl htir rrarst Christier Mirjrty'as I V\t, the Mayor and i\ii rlt.en f tihe City of Galt r.-t 'n, i r council as.selLled, in consideration of our plllnt ldel'ltmtll at tile siege land caullrl of0 a of ll rtie ,itlnde yRud d sttlRri r ellor' t humtiae teunllslC of your prOlullrlr, are illdllud tiO e ltceer rol tite fr.'rtt'doll on of our Culr, l I with it the good feelings of our i el itid low-riterve, atl wishes for your future plosperity and tbI. ",igi ' JOUIN 1. ALI .E:Na M aor. May 13, 1839. To tre loetrl. te ayor and Aldermen, of the ser CGity of Galveslnl : freie , ierne-\Vith tie h.epest sense of grratittude rdo except the honor uout hute biee pleseel :o coflller fthe op r mr', in Durtelloirrl. le tile foeedotr of tihe ICI)ty of caru Galeton. I u 1ue 1 Itd that whdlr Iht il dunte ill 'Merico uab. has proved henrefoiai to so jusrt rnl slo eured a cause as Iour the independener of the 'toexi.s nation. I hope it ei't le ay- prove too beneticial to the severall natiols ho, either as frieds oreas Ioes, have to d'eal with Mexico. Nothing tie c.ultd e more gratifyirg to Illy feelings than lt he con thitt' sidered a.cusn of yuls-ge-neeare hiee industrt slsi erhe errgrl Iull adslire aao nth lle assered that I would s*etly Irefer beilg rtheiroshltst ssrheeeter o a well reg ulated at thriving commnit, like yours, trhan to no Sr il ill lle sphere of wlth id powerin a corrlpt and 'lO h'i hi l -hghet regard and resecrt, Ithat I harve tile hnorlr to be, Gentlellelln, r 1'our aflectionate utid ddoled seerant, ire I. CIIIILLFIS IlAC:iiN. Galvreston, l.ay 14i, 1819. iATALe ACCIDENT--A F'retnchmanl hy the namle of e t Charles ('arratt, a whiressmith employed by Mr. Chln.i iatt a ion of this city,name to hist diath yesterday about one Crate o'clock P.1. under the following circumetan.tes. lie had been t tthe ship Vill de Be e Bunux to inquire when tse she would anil, and in returning dow tihe plunk ferom A her tide i tihe deck of the Oconee, slipped his fart and was preeciited into tihe hold of the latter vessel. His Sk as fractured and he died inesantly. ; hes li quiteab iieoenoE of opinon ali.h. tlhe stockbholdersoflheClinton and Port Hludson rall .oad the Company as to the best metihodi of disposing of the Stat bondsofthestate to beoissued by law to that concern for half a milliotu of dollars. The Uni n Bank has made cerlain prepositiena totake al tthe bonds, and to advance on interest $1l0,1100 in its note ,until the bonds Ci nresold. Great oppo ition is made, and deservedly too, to euch a project. The only plan, in our oitnion is, for CL. the company to send on agent out to Europe, and there to dilp'se of the bonds. 'I hey are per cent securities nod can.ceasily be sold. The company's bank call, by this aid, get cut of its present dificulties, and the rmad go on rapidly to completion. l.t the eompany eschew all 27,1 connection with nor city .hanks and stan I on its own foundation The tate e has te to their help,and they should he bold in nstaloinig the rights of East Felicinu. W, Our city institutions have more than they can do now oi at hbme. $I The queolion has been asked :-Dos the land oil whieh Hank's buildings are situated go with the houses to the fortunate holders of these prizes ? Most assur edly it does. It is surprising that any man of common

sense should entertain a doubt upon this point. While 1 on this subject, we are glad to hoar. thint nearly all the tickers reserved for New Orleans have Ieen sold, and Ic tihe managers will he compelled to encroach upon thesi io o numbers intended for olthr citice to supply lie do- i, nmod in this city. of 0. 5Mr. Spencer, the conductor of the train on the Carrolton Rail Way was not long intoe attacked through the press for a wanton care'esnuess in executing tile duties usiglled I] him, thus endangering the lives of the pas-engers. We tave l before usa notefrom the former lessees of tile rend, which J r proven the allegations to he without foundation. alr. Spln ear has beenIlunky i obtaining a certifisnte from some bnn dred genitlemn, in the habit of trelsoling on tile road, and Sthey all agree that his conduct has been that of a gentemsn 1always prepare tdoi do hiduty to the utmost. A Iing knowl. t edge of Mr.S. enablesll to add our test imony in his favor is We do not know a man better qualified for tile ation of toun o ductor ofio th tin. MuseUMo.-We are anrsted that Peals is cominng next winter, to establish here n splendid Musenm, worthy of this great city. A large capital i toi be invented in the I undertaking; and an inualcene collection of culiu iries t It isin preparation. The tepuLation of Mr. I't!e. is ni sulli cieot guarantce of success. We have long bCea in want . ofa minlseun in New Oileians. T'it, caistin. museumn is not worthy the lnam, I,.ing hIrdily laorge as n - m 'en dinary gentleman's cabhin.of curiosities. It attreIts Id. It few visitors. A scientinfi mln, passesin g theIl publl lie confidlence, would receive almoIst exclusive itlIon tot age in an undertaking of the kind, unol such a luan M1r. t 'eale undoubtedly in. a Emersoenis first part ItlIe NoIrthI American .hiilhme as, tie was Ireceived yesterday hy muil. It in a daltodlviano o i of forty-eight pane, and int-ended for tchi sioullti chi'l IdI tet. It proposes to tentcl lnlhers by taking e. iup ples, ten hens, tea dogo, Ac. nod showi.g the chill i low to colmbinel. We are totally opposed to all site I *lpuerile modes of teachingll. The Eastern scolls uare fall of them and we do not find than producing tiny i greater men thln thie old eotnIUnil eIse plans of IedneIt tion. We cannot therefore recommend EImeCrsoioi I, Aithmetic. Ito COwELL had t bupI)l.r the Cutmp ltaslevelnin. W\f are dropped in a nminut to see him and his son play tlhe two Cratks, in the T'l'urnpike le. They were excee. at dingly amusing.as the sides of those who were pres In ent will doubtless testify this morning. Tile enxtra sesinn ol tihe Pennsylvanlia I.Sgislntlre onl counenced on tile Gl iinst. Tile object i to enl:al suich onr tlawn earing upon the ltenurl of ffice, as a change in this ile constitutio n hs renderel necessary. and to pasis til im- general appropriation bill, which failed at lhe lunt se" en sion. Mr. Tl'haddeus Stevens hs been cxclinded from the lower house by n large majority. ito SUICIDE.-Chceri Bonanau, who wan in pirisoun fir murder oill who hadl been sienineed Ii Judge (.UlnaOte, comnmitted suicide yesterday afllinellol, by llllinlg Il abdomen acrose ii n a most horribe minnoer, and pre uinting a ghnIIley speereile,. hIe had not aeh bited thel ex- slightecst contretion, aunl iwhrn unobserved rIlodll'l into caI thepresence oifthe Grent Avenger. IN rEItES'Tirlh FRlM, M:xl co.-'l heu artival of na ch. fronn Vein Cruz oil the 7thl. It ings inlt'lli] ge.Ie of th, comnlle te ]istcomfi tu Te of G(enrrals ! l ji anll I'rleea 'iThe antr, who vwas well kuno n Il h e, wa,, ,ha bIy or derol Santa A nll. UrrL n lid I seaniln FI Il, i hled ill tmaking their escape lud fledi . The batile tai i l t at Ajal'ety,'n,, ra PLueblr The fowlrlh o1 e.ll ps e~llll l r) "S collllnlllletdl bh V dll el'i. Bualins11 . i.; expl tlrt l I., IIs vice. i\ANtiti, at tIhn . I. t. n I uls irli .' Roomii , i aint CIhallacs ýtree, at n,"lite, .n1 livent lid, to ntot as 1'u - 'I' Itsr, 'ho n reanni ndi'i wr . E".change on l u,,u d k' hlIanced in New I'm k" and sto k< htv. fll.n. N. (I. (;na ILichtl hto'k I p suol ,it the IHth, i ;W' lOnys, for t1). (C Ih.lt briker, but uo chni" i,. i, ues.. Flh r dhlllu a ll 7 37, The noo-tn ney, mari t inl Phdadl'dIllia wa easy. Ral .'-tte in East New- Yor ,-a plain on I.onll 1. andl, laid out in streets and alleys, is all the to in (;u litain. Ii)ay are going to Inmlke an Ea. t-illd of this p ac·. The U. S. Se'nator from Conncticnut, Mr. Kiimbtii , has resigl;ed on nctliunt ofill henllh. '1'T ere a, r somne eighty p]ismln ecoVrn' lyd wil the Boiton Cutom Houne. ([.otiitl Putt. And thivi take e-pcinl care to lpay tii he, n-ii ts by I h Sw rtwout i de IIof ditscitnuntitne ae public nl y. The tidings ih m the wheal t t ,iin g' int i rditi r iae highly -sati~fl t nrii'. The Iplan is well mlvanu'e, .1i the uol'tsectls fur in n abundant crop are of tile i out rn rvonti le ikind. - From the l esi I I u' n i iiu nntwill Otnit , t' thIt tii il , crop .I ' cotton pitlchel d the presentIl s .ilno is cohsidt-ralll y FhurI of lhat planted last yenr. Governor smyenlt has scceded It dividing the Val Buren party in Mis isiplt i by his enimit to the Ugtinitn Theifon.John M Kinilynrrived i this city est-r day, aid has hIli lodgings ait Madam I'age's ll Telutter ug of the fast sailing hip Alnn dlr;t, for Liverpol. will be ltaken from the sbscri bers oflleI at 4 o'clock this eve i Ine. Im21I L 11 TALI.:, 93 'nmm hn rt SI-1') N"ih DOG-)ininng sinie Monday i the I:3tI iitAt at, i Nelt llll' lllln d Io-, . a-rill, I Capaiie- fhe itf n Brii lei. cl r, and u i ll u n un sm Ihe prl. el|V Ilfthel. sates, l ilers. .,1 lio l t .o-d will i t%1 n i ('o io hl , It t S DVANCn IS--'Ihe shenrili. r ah Ihn , y, nd . e.x S clhsively an hori' edt a'1it , bN the Ihn-.in nl les. Iop l ite. l iriil of .ii.i l, in I t th r ile illr o ,'l. 1 is l. n h Si |o inllke a e ti I'l ' tr fiiii i, ontiirllllli'lil u i ) r Iii i 1i I II r W.l lder, I'i;klrlgl[l h.i I. 1 l :8 ana tIt lllll i i r a." eI ll . .''Ie I rtern· t rlh ei b he-It , lr oinlles I, hli M Is fron il e pubhc l T ,. trl" ,I1 ",,1.i i iI, ill S aoll etin a trll P iaelln Iit p uls. ln it . i ill) Iin tne d.,ii, " I ad inform, tlbet 'h m hr w ill t e ready inuc a e I' day. i it. il. n hem n tllt t I n It let l a t n lll e o he t intIi I IA I I In. '. C ot . ( ( l T n T i. tl n il,,ile Ia- l, he e w eule. . es lllln I Pro'Fllit' g r frtni Shrtgnl n ell, i h iihonlttd me.c e , ar atlis llna ie , oi t he i rilkn w ni. e ollr l of crwin. g , ,i crir-ue, mil t u llnul tn i,-ht ml 9 i lt l rllld rt" t ili llt- l i ll hurtles . iV o i t entl . - y ] N it i ie lro r.en i n, ired i In prllle e IIIl plenl I IItt a 6b. gi pi ncg eo dIln visorit ill the filih lltho lal'gr- th Cofie prth. S entt: illothe int lid, ilantl se etlit netid wiln h e i r hluat, tir n 'c , 'il l he o l tli If e nil l. '' inhc pir iiutiii e sii.leus [ i Itnia Ih iti.ulnIImI lims'lf lliei' Inimnlenleh111 h ln nnF I lh r o tnratie -hnon-llt1 rie lrm hing and tiu h t hejm' r hloded wit ! fragrnce, will r~r yiv. tduninithtd , u ltighn ii the Waaln co liest i'llnccin lh rnd -ifiind of t I'h sie on tr hi. tnlr . n FAREWELL CONCERT, F. 'rcir toppnls Ihr is d wpr t ll o. tr Ihnc tEu ilps, t will hoa r iall bilth a cll. I ent maki s lrt iN tll t APE-igJh rcihod af ivhe , ii. I 1The ptIIllnriet or t i.al l ciral it his wiln.,r li ra &c.y S ine fh k will dentvote fi at leaiieo lntnnutr t ii e ini rnr a nni Atl X i h 1 Sit, . e d aliit athn t Limn tis nidt h r oii anti r hi r tnaIt gin giv t ind ttne dia tly. Aiptlyto 1O 1) i-i i tNV I .e p c l -e m ll' bia . Wl) lfbu nktle papern oAf RIA Amis nex|t, nvail lh Ni --ýXCIIARG ___ ,7t..n ,i - -_ _ 7_,__ -f__ _ by-- /mtl mA' I'IRE.RY, 4 Nraw Ler st Ia LO IIISEY- 0 bl landin I'm Ift hu , fl r ah. by li A RI)-ottl kegs I Dt hlrd, f-.r sale b 4 L BII POUItt1Y, 4J New Lever 'g'3. fllewtog are t3,r IOrawO Nellibeot of the OSOI.-t State Lorteoy, Claot6.·,· 482 '4 16 38 "64·7 154.3 68362 Tills DAT. Capital 1'rize, 31,OOH fl T , cl'n lv $3600 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. CLA~SS No. 68a, Foloe. Aolhllriood hS hoe Legolobon·mr' of 3,o4 Stlef, ToI ho: Drownoo i b Do,, Mo,' 3, 1332.3.C al halfl pool 7 o'olook, ot 183oho,o'a trI-o Cotnaoo;r. 03. 0013 S 1)AVIJS&LCo, Iloaog,'ro 75 Noloboer-t2l Droooo 33lo3os. SI,lendui Soroarl. 11101 27,814 Pi'. zo, amnoettioo to $ l145,728 Tioloeto $3 OS-Itlozove $3 533-(3,,artrtr 6Oc OCortji~cot,'o pyo'koil. of 25 oo,'33'k't t o'bl $7r~5 S W'rrr~olt,',3 rodro,, of 3,ooet$3.l. (or fnnl.ool, ,,f),O1102 v 1'.35 ho)liolot.If~rlor$17.5S, oooro,,t,'d tl,,,o,,oll 3,'1,ol toou $36 52. Pookoor oi 25 Qo,.te too holbo) 6 1875 ool·- fo~r roor,'·d tudoti rn, $315 Lo F~or I'ockogro olr ojolcl Ti,)1,'f.· 0313.10 8h llv21 A. 81,,oogcrr ofi,'o 33; Chonrt,,', 03 IITR, alo cC/ ,AAUDi,, Ilb, 3,o,e lr of,Tnr lli,f ,lik iilol aIP~ll~illen,tioot 3,ofowtl~oo,3.l 30 f~iliy t rlr OFFICI7OF 'I'I: ll)'. 3315553'F3L ItAtItI3, A\\t) 53 0n FIR1E INljUI1ANRCE COSIPAN`.I seNoo O,'loooo. II,,o 03 1.133 ti )IIP'. Stol,3olllldrr ol .tf3, Ioofiil,,fi,, or,'Ilrr Jo,, ,,,',,, otr3,oll (:lmlol,31,,t)' flijo. " IItyovror oft),,' Iorord. 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OCeteat IloLl.dAU. Ir ot ''l'h,.PIrihrntaltee will colnsist'0 ' DRA,.liAT'IO ENTEI`I:r'AtNMBNTS. 9te aND 8o A OGRlAND) EXHIITION, ct tolt'lott Id ifottuEltiatntt et tll Ittotnrtrsu expenser toot iod toforo I rooo efo lleledt It lhis erontaty ia tit exlatett and omtogoeitoct develoeot lntoroot of| isoft OPTICAL IttI.USIONS. J 1t2'For particrulars rse. ill et the day. Are DIootrs olea ot Ialfpast s tevn-P-erformtltce to com et I lllelocel at U rl'c ldk.d Parqlultte secta $l--loxoes 1.5 cl. ay II dot S('A''TE OF I.OUISIANA.- City of Now Or. trot Slutsr.--llo it knowon that this dhy heForo me, 0oc t Joslph Benzakin Marks, a nootary public, in and Ice fior tthe city ancd pa-ish of Ntw Orllane, Sttate of Co Loouisian, aforesaid du:y costtsttorioed and sworn, irdo l'oursonally came and lappeoared MCsors John Ste. sni - vonon Wocton-Jolhn Ihll cnd Archibald Brown 1 neill, Carpelltors, transacling business undeor the cel style and lirn of J liall & AB Btin--BDeojamin pog llorrod and Johln lhalghs, rpenters, transacling Co tbutitoess ucnder tIa style atnd firm of Hiarrod & 16i tlughlst-Jolhn Thomos Olsborne, Mark Thoatnn , r. Freemant Annable. Joseph Wilder Davis, Stmuel fail SM orrison, and Daniel B.locock Clarke, all residents pal Sof this esty,twho dteclaredt, n " 'iThat in colnfrmlity with anr act of the LegisaI. qt - tre ol' tlhis Sate, approved on the thlirteenthr of t I) Marclt, eightleon Iludroltll anld thirly aseveno, entitled t SAn act to uthlorisoe limitedorr alntonymous part. ntrships, ad to regulate tlol e same," Lt.ey, tile said pa upocarers, havtn agrrd, and tic oy these presenots ot agree to entelr h Ibololowing nnttedor or anonymnous to tpartnership, udlor the Cluae and conditions fol lowing in wit: tot Art. . 'That theo ntame, and slylt, under whichl so srlio partnershipLI is to be conducted, shall bo, to The Phoenix 'ottow Ioat Cootmpany," and that the io neo o t. loire sait company is to be locaced, shall be in tlte n od city ol'Ntw Orleians. ti S At1.2. 'Tlat tito deiooriplion or ktind of obusinoess ' or idllory, ltol he crriled on under ratid style, Ity oi tle dir clotrs shall Ie to teaablish andtt continue to lit rlull one arttire tow bo:tls, for IOt' towiog of vOes. i sol, renlderig atssistaonce, corrying firight and pan. c ra-g-rs, and any other husiness"chich nty beo 'to lolul for tow ooals to perfo-Irnm. S Art. 3. 'Thali. thle amot t of thle enpill of said to it o lttit y, lshall tre one Iltlldred thl ousland dollars i SoatIch, and p lyalle in clrh. A rt. 4. l'h;t tihe nmels oflo the partners, and rt ilic l v : tihoe nlouotot 'tct' arter too Co-ttttott'oibotd, itt 00 fl- d It S otJohn Sttp"t nsoo Waltoo, eighteen hutdred wr and thirL y live :,har. ; said , llll and A HII I ein, P i sixty one shares ; said liLrrod & IHughes, foJrly one shares; saiI John T'hm)aills Oshrlle,tlhiIteUl shares; ald 1.rk oIrlllll lto, toll sI rsii ; isaill Freelllll IAn. O i o;lolbl I, t ln sl arles ; said ittohtl \iler Dl alis, ten shales ; sa~d F:..utl MooI rison, toi co, res; and O oo lilto l] -olohCtl'kt; , t-ton shacloost AIrl. 3 Tl. a this loart-lorshilo shatl tctoumenceO : fronto he d hti hr. tt . a,,d the ttt uo soatlo ttlie rmitoo tt tl o is op l tJlll on ta'd \ ,ldId to I Itot t n otl li, ll y the esslhirhMhlof Jun.., teighh'ee lhundred andla|by n- | Ait , oThat tho-ra rhlollt I tool dirtctttra tot II trant.tct L t the tll S oa itl sa-i iid c(llllillto y. unld adlllin. Ito- rlor is1 colltcoosc " Alo ti vTh i te!. sho--all w , to hl cht a tlao o ireortsi l 1l IIIe IIvIs, th it r ow ll til), l tt o l, aid ill a l valao.o tI s, - d I o jtlo ily of I whoti slt t ll h vt I t t0 0 nd arettl ,otftt tfv 5 ot wotll fa wl too r'ceivtt atod ol)y I t -t loll -lot-, tod tot rot- -d (ause it o o oll trOtlltil that - is r, ,ll iftol i t the cl ,t·llll ll of ("I)I: t ot lusiotIsI z of S!said a .nqmty--antl th,' prmlU' ll nl by usaI wilh tlhe l.,i vd ,. ~ u, lh' .IH, ,r uh~ , 1 c'i omlpay, for i t t rlieti gl iv y li it ii n 0 0 i h 11 1 , " u,, . . " I t1 Arl. H. Thatt ith t 'tilm o d!uratnvl f(titl, " ii.ytrv e R ,f ".old dhre to:trs s.hall6 I for oun y'l ar ; ;n, it J S an'. ai ii. '-' ithr - ti-- t-i, h, ,li l ib t. 11tlo . ' I~n , i |,ly y, of e"* u a ld ,very year ling the cx. .. loci( - 111i. , 11 r i) ' i I t ! Art. f. ' atwhi .,,lt c ,)m)pny shal have ar. 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L1 I i,'IlV" I,+ ith , l lt Im thu (:nll- e p i '-', i 11 ,I, i( l .ry t,. th 1'' - l i ,.l a 's !,,.L ' .LtI 1 i ll] 1j l t.0 l , i, 1111 t1.h, i i0 u bit . l - ..1,, II h,* 11 1 Itti 'l h. r "'ttid i It f " ' y Ltaw, 0 ' t1110 '.1 i . v II'I . i| | .1 (" ylllilll," aid they shall Ni )t '11'l0.l 0, t al slld st u.lcht,!dt lr. Lnit and It s r ~ ..specl I .':ll. ;0 d a ,:t. ill aliy olic'., in II,, e +ity of N','w and W1 Il...ward, wrtnll,; (A tf 1.lawil1 ago alld dhin-I (il~lat |d n tills city, 0 h11 iernitut sign their ailnlu , jIlelr h r w it h siuh t ppearer and ,i 11h Saidii 31 ' rk Thom +- Johhn Mill, .I W' lhiasard, l) J li' il-.ll t 1 I trail It e prelll(l i t11d111 r lily sitnt - Il , 011:1 tl stof tlile, at Neew rl.anl, thit tfitd ofI A11 !, I, 11 3!. .ltlt. Il. MARKS, nit. ptti l_ ...~~1.~ 1 li-->I) i,,l 1 i ,liitit- it ......tl . I '111. it Nl 1 - It. I t' hl n 1 n teasl Lo t TiberI . . . .. u l.l .vTl !| ,:,o t l, C Ii , 14 1I - . II I:- 111 l1. hi0· ;++; 0ll00l 1 ilenm I I) n ( .u iltll S h -. 11. f l -tlh by (1I Ib i l :1, N , , \; Illl. tlI.lI--- ill, +ll h+-\\'i W ilsk v I niuding fborn lr- l.tllnl l'rber, I0r sale by 1it 0lay 1.1 1)itYiI:1', It Netw l.eate IhI, <'.i.. m.00401 ile lima ill,,ml ,\" Ilarvliwt it Ilia di\r d1--i,]olle .111 1|u·I 11 enlllc ent. The Iame. i1f the llly 1:3, 1 d! I I\'LL. IA t 1ll 1 1 I; ll c-, Itt pih tit.'iv v 1i 11t11N i r .11Ai.iW. Ii iilllil ; IV. "l .. 1 I !' i 1. ,rii t Flih I:1:. n ,' 11S lr·~,,lt , IIa , ,k 1d < r "'\ti'. % " il ,. .l -_ i0 1I'Iun,' I)i · 1 .lllllt r I , 1 ul Sane:, lira,, lit,- 11 "01,, j0.1 ).(. t a fr u ,,h Iv 11 I.I.X.-'I'( )W11 -.\ 11 2, A )i)IlIN ,it , ( ,)ltli\'ly, 1'1 ('b',1u1t Au',"rr. l e I , , , . Io a I:, i r lllt v I.h6 .n u t ,l p6 ,h I i i l e ...', l+.)h I I ;1 . 4, tI1, ,,lh , ll, , !ihon, w 1 1 i.av , i 1, ?,1 .ik 1L, 11 . h1 -1 .4 .h 0 ,.. 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" iurthl0 I snppllv j lt r.tlrvc:d Iy A tUWAR. lua7 . -3Cmlh l tul. iTAT -Di al, lIU[OU Af ElA Ville, de Ia ` " ttuvfflCýriluas, doivant mot JaephlBeiau . ken M .a nk iatairjiblic, dans'I pour la-ville t; parooisseoae l a.iouanlle .d.in.tdo Id la Louiii. one, dnomont appoinld iotjut6a ,".d . : '' (nt porsannellomaut nomPa Mtir.ibtin iab Stephenson Walton, John Halffl ronlblil Brn ilion, aoolleges ndgociant lal 3atiarea t!ol $1' lt ctlarmodeaJ. alulletA. e f rod et Joan Hughles collegtt eos'n._i l ti , a ffaires sous Io lit r et fcrme de fiarr o.ltH liea. -Jollhn Thomas Osboruo, Mark T'Lhn mao. eslman Arnatdr, Joseph Wilder Davis,' Sbmps .tninoir-on at Daniel Babcock Clark resident. on e ilio .i qui dehtarant, Quo conformbment un actse de In Ldgililaetur do cot Etat, npprouvo to troize Mlars mil hait sent tronto sept, intituld un acto "pour suloriar le as. sociations limitl on anonyme at tle rglr'a" d.Ua lea dits tdmoinu out convenus lat faits l . . sons convient i oetrar Ia suivantone a .on, 1. it6q on anonvmo sous leo clauses at condition e ql snivent oavnir. Art. 1. Quoe Is nom, titre at stylesoausi lequel cto coll pangnin sera conduits, sera "La COo. pagnio do renmorque Phocnix." et la place do eatte Compagnie, sera dons In Ville de Ia Nouvelle ter. 16ane. Art. 2. Quo la descriptlon on I'esptoe doe af. faires on Induatrle, tLro conduid sonus Is dite style par lea disecteurs, sera d'6tablir at continuer sourir un on deux batounx do Iemorque ponnr toIs rmor. quent ntes Vaisseaux, nidant, at pprtant fret,0f p1t. sagers ct quolqe utro uura fire qui sorait juite poar lea bateaux do remorque a executer. Art. 3. Qu o fmontant do capital de eettIeom. pagnin sere cent millse piiatres, divinad su na mille actions do cent piastroa cheque ot payable camp. Art. 4. Quo les noam dos actionaires at Is men.. tent quo chaquo acttonnaire a contribtrd estaomase sn it: A dit John Stephenson Watson, hut centtnte trts actions j J. alll ot A. B. Bein, soixante at on actio a ; IlHarrod at Hughes, quaranto et un aS. tions ; 'lThonas O.borne treizo actions ; Mark Tl'homae, dix ctioles; it Joseph Wilder Davis, Idliq etieons; t Daniel Babcock Clarke, dix so. Art. 5. Que oetto compagnie cmnmoenera.de cotto date, ct tormoinera los operations Is trcntoJ jin o mil Ibit cent qttarranto troin. Art. 6 QoU'd y aura trois dirrcotors pour con. I traIter les al'airoi do la dite compagnio at admin Sirtrer so inld6rttes. Art, 7. Queo le pouvoire dont sera vbto les di d rectrlor, sere d'6diro parmi cux un Pr6sident, et do ronoplir tout0o places vacantos, at dont la majo. rltd aura at cot veil0 aneS pouvoir do recevoir at de pay r toutes ointonoies, et thire ti causer bO ltre fit tout qui eat requis h eI coudmtant les nftlires, de Is e dit tonttpagnih ; et to Prd6idut par at ave le con a; rout d l ra tnjurit6 dae dlirccterrs, oat autorie6 de d. ner la promesso de la dito compognio, pour Sllllte s ilnl dtaues, ;nhale, ou contrate, sur le part I do la dite etolllapageio .tonti.sgng par au mains un des tirecteure. e Art. 8. Qua ta dura da service das dite diree. to Ilr seraur ant en, oe qll'one election pour Ie mime s cr n telnue to pretmier Ilndi de Juillet do chaque ro. nde pendant 'existence do cette compagnie. Art. 9I, Qulle qtu:nol cIelt compagie snere ar to ltivtu au termo to son expiration toutes leo aftaires . ront I quidoes par los directoorsi on ofmice on cct temps. Artl. 10. o e poluvolr don.t sarnt vblIu lea ra directcurs arnllti(t iavore a title liquidation sera com. lt soo suitl avolr : do recovoir toute somree qusedra S I.t rolmpagiu ot d on)rlorr quittanno peer le m6me, et ro do vendre la proprid6t do la dita compagnie en oY litelo rivo ou pubhltqu colnma eoiount propreas t ai otsablle Is directeurs et do payer toutes los d6. Spenes de la compagnie. hIe Art. II. 2Quoa eIr dividendre do profits sprbs Savolr py t loelt charge, t ol dapenaes do la conm por tpgio trelntll dIEclar.6 t payCr.as It les actionnaires i" I| premier LunIdi dot Juillet. dr 0:ha0que anldo pon. dte dat IVtoxlrtei.c do co(el comllpalgnio promitrormnot rl rrevalt dix I our cent drs proitsl pour lea epsual Art. 1it. Q, I.no l letirn gin tdranlo dea antion. nairls tuuh+ lots rh'gle et rOgulation. a I'ganrd du nocbres [des volts qu pite eu aettitnnairn devra don ellr, tet .lllqu.iC aulre chose relatiag a . hien. ltro d Ila compat r L'u aorttllat conslidrd aot lao rdglca nt regulationls lavant l it sL.a dlnomindea las " par. tlis de la compagnit do retmorque Phoenix," it In Ilnllle sra ohligatioiro stir les dits aetiolnnares ot Iconr, hM"rtiers. Fait tl p ItNerll 1mn tltde dana la villa de In Nov ,rllo Orn'is, en le prrlince Ji Deaniol S. Ri ardo, dit Lr. W. 1 nasarlt, 6lmoinnS d'Ihg renqis St dloInurant JatL t.tll villo qti npposent laure i .aart l - io Ia.'lett, aver Ila s.it 16moine et meoi, 1o dI Itot tinre, ct rititarn Avril mil htiticonitrente tritinel atigtn, John S. Walton,. Jouneph W. Dia ; I II ittrrot, 1I. It ( iltke, S. Morrison, Anna h II, . lot,1 Ite J iohn tgo,- - hin T. Clabor,. ML,,i IThIrnt. Johnl 11011, J. hi sard, td. J. Iabl a. si I, l. hi-vl, It. itirk-, u rnt. p itub. - .1. , ourtil clue c":,,, ,etun vraic cople dre lIrigc6 rioal rth n hta t it u 1t1ui> itrgistre ; an etto foils ', a Il 1sots ran l igntattre at Itl ll ZIt.n o llolvll Odrd tm, o 22: I si l Ity Aa nItIt , tuJ . ', (tarrie, at 11: .13 114 (Ira vie r 103 96 Magazine st SlIl.t:-tto J i- . tusi ontusttion Lite, lnadig faront .lý blig l.udwig, nal, far -ale Icy 3 t r ,tl 3 S\ J IP W IrITN I' 73Caampratl t IIl t-T ll0 barrtls forL'at, h byG .llOISE-Y - I 1i l 44 New lever '1.rIr.rr '---9,n1 Ltra ici t, li by I Inl (1 I)( )iRi, 44 New Levee - atitit;Ni ItlIAl 'li-til)i /-de lgenalaiu,hii store St el'r bhiy A TilIER, I_'1 24 Jravier at li lt tl;: -'1'O KIiiS.- 1001 dozen aindies stock " siA TRIER, 34 Grnuier st . .N'I,'-;t Ibi' l lrI.ICATIONS. I"I(.1 ' i AIN) ASP'ASIA, by Walter BSa rag I'T! otih it tinittr, ly, Mrs. Gore, authoressa of the E JiOHNS & Co, In:ny I car St Charles &. Common ati N,- N. i&. NAaIIV\II.LIE RAIl. ROAD Co. SIl"INn ARRArOEME.r. C.olnlniont.i Int illiday, 1sti May, 1839. r ill-l: (t-i ,ill trve. for Ith (iIEAT PRAIRIE on n Ille r rlutrs t Illt Bayout Tiguyue, every day in l lencek--as tillowa lte r i. Return. S7 1'. M. 0 ,OA M. i 4" 6 u e :xrrelt Sundays, when the ears will run as fallows w b Delpart. PRerurn. ; A,. 9A.M. 4 6P. M. lluv ,l J3\l11iS II. CALI)WELL, Prsident.; SI:l1 il ORNa.I t I:N'IS --Rare mand ultiful clll·rsitis, , i.r sale uoly by Reoa & 4'lange, and iicI I'llin l'Ia ,IM useum. - All thsel irlinllvnlm tconistl f the mst' aplent r did s,rl-tn lts of oltanrl logtly Iroln Euroape,ltrl Afc si l I noir iwn ctn-artry. A I)),v, IotI tPrsII fo days will be taken of S1iII \1.1\IlIt']I'IN-101c tx-lain antn I lnreo fLor ai by nl t I N tA 'l'TlIIl, 34 (iruvier t ) I i ix " - --lU t t ag loig atin ria l, prima quality, ir n -tullJ l tlll nod r I n ah, law -Iv "i 10 l 1 III IIlIN,74 Campr It\1' 1' il'ltlJ--JctI rtcci~td iwo rares superlfas l l lre . nice : - oel y Ihin sullulle for bank uan, one all i klil;t wover ino at, lry I) )FELT& Cat. nN \" ·'t tios,,r', h all, 4 Charnlre I I' t'N-IStt-l+ t.,hrnn- nast eiald , fIort sale by ; nlI t1 I ltllti)hl, i34 Magains e rl '1KI li-- lli Ills Noi 1 Ia(uaia, lading froam ,ri t! SIt \nl i IOWN, 96 Maatline at t. FUl N I Ti( 11I FURNITUIIEI! if ! J l , r,.cd.ir ll a it. I.nltni-llU Furitlura War, J1 ln a hl ai, tlpl)y time NEw York and Boa oni. Il'nsmsis iih Ic, ic.lcalrf fuitUraillet would do aall tI . Icall, li nd s.lcrt h' ir artillell frotn onir tthe be stand rr iargea- rtohk toiw in thi city. WV R5 CARNES, d(i 53 Biaaville a Ni It--l'lliillhr llllentl paid to packing odl ship iug 'ln.'+ritolt., .,p tfcep;ne, d6 --lw i I' i:-1 1 suilts or in l by tin L aril + A TRIER,4 Grayierat It.)ANS- cases kil brogans, Ilnading fopn S1ship S .u oisa, ilrea I I lt l Iltltlit;IE & Ca, 104 Malgqrioaat itIt I.LO-iW C.\LNDo.ES--I1i broxes Ioulri tallow I lll I ilee. iLI al: i. I Bi(IDiE Co. S r 13a4 Meagapae at l.\.-i--JtI t.lliutta frouit Piiltsurg, an aametanln at J1iM , iulo, aull \\ itijlta (ilosa, at wiholeaale allilrel,.ll~cil I! BONNABI;I iir a1 (Cr Iof Naltche n upI Tchapilualus at, IAl 1I.n -3l 1olanaussharrelC inpgl gat{ 1r apil " 3w 9 Coqmon e 'i lilt ifI',t[ &b BAIl OF ENGI.AND-B t untlhor of Itanulii rrl'ollectio£o of the l.ards nad Con all, sitnlie (;rearl .lrrtpoli, it 2 oalt. rsa. Neal iMai: lloit; lliler tales of Ireland by W H 11i (tnrletllll,author itf traita and stories uf the hlah pear n, antry,in 2 vote. Just aecreirAedllad R elle b ap Im7 .5 A TOOWAII. 49;p l.B... a'il- RoBUl -Ia co-. i, o as & ,liy f s• .ale by LSAAC 1jRIDGh & Co, april 2 134 Magazine s -e OF FILE, JlltEBIItN'S INNSURANCE ork ' tl)bI'ANY, New Orlena. May 411839. I H: tockho'derrrs arna hereby unotfied that lht i e i gtllll lnrllirn oiithelir tock isdue10J pay iur ble is ll Ilil itxtl uf Jlioe 1730Lh , ayt; !l"ey EL TRACY, Se. taee 1 iX-ILNUE- ON -Ir rn.i-rV..,-b - "LI " .+IJ4MR i W-IIITALI., t aly? §7 (iapip! of