Newspaper of True American, May 27, 1839, Page 2

May 27, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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$ý ttrtlsnl~syý+ eltiitlf 85. -r ý tai5*2222gbr lu their deenmg odns ?6 d me 4y. stad Z~i; ud olry` felletf cd kdewo ne a le. of 'y tut 1f00 }Sg arived Pom Tsnnmllas still Dl *nou, thing vedo dull. Flour I. *a koll26io hrove t aes 7l.5g5 to Sl ,g2t62i Wnrl pretty 222db ,020211 qua, aturnlay 2.12, i5b th1$o rev mprorinl. Gnod nurj;di u eli the2i'gf t ~p.02 poe aonnm. an 0 f 1126 2q.2,200 l02* of th, lh2. o 2,uryyln, lsileadiljl t i2.itm1222. 20 per cont. 2. eg,. fou as land was bribk,al 1`001. In[ 22.2,222p, 121Mi42. 21an: blrought good pit-a s 0,nt I 22624 21evbi' sadee lsud were sacrificed. -Oolt2,2bh.'d n6Mobile, the stock of Cottonn han dn was r~ ·IhA · - STATE OE' TRADE. Saturday Evening, any 25 Tbelglllbanstion in Co2t,,o duiud site pae t week were ohbaBl 2t d 22clin'ed' 3-212 ol 5 enat per round on mid dinequanwie21. lhelsaleimmnunte21 2to full 14,0220 ba he. stoko 022 1on hand s eoni l1sted 19.12,122119 balos. * 2202a0ne 0 and 21orth Aiabolim cottons are beginning to S002220 1iorw2rd1 freely. We give the follouwng rloa of Livr12ponI'C(2,wlleuioml. "L*.,&Muss. Tenn. &N. Ala. ord12e.. 122-2»2 Ordinary Fair Ia -151 Faj..15 '0(bod a12 Fn .-16j O2d raid fine We quotl s:'or as dull a 4l to 5 1.2 for inferior t, 1· to CONDITION , s b to 6 3=4 or fair to prime. O lon tlioe, i2l prie in 6 1-4 cets,1. Tiha do1emnd fur 3ulaiuses has been neir 2,114 So:6 cents. The unnk ul" leaf l'obneeo is Iiglht i first Iundu. Th~e d0e22and Ih.s 212o fair. First qunlily 13 to 14. Steu oil The Flour mnrk1t bar been exlrenmely dull. PSlds $Olor oprr2ine. 'I'The tnn lenny ofthu manket i douo,' werJ Tue stuc is itlclraeniog. The2 Ia Ieal2, of Pork en holn2 teak.e olderslWier In eell. U'ler 2310 o3.51): Sleu o 1.50 to 23. IPineo 17.50 to, 1t. Olen eltok of Ilneno is fair, 1hough thle demndhlas banen liugh'. HanmslOotll 1.2e ns. 1B of hbaesg2ednlashade. MeUr 161t17. Iurdoimuy h frselybnogbl fpr 8 1-2 to 111.2 nernt, nnle. at 10 rcents. Goshlen bu,2,er27 in 50. 9'rnneectinm Illiu week in Whiskey hn,' been at 42 C 43 cesnts, sod light. A fuirinquiry bas enisted f r Ba~ggiu n i'd bole rn[e, tho' thetnles have been few in 2, naruucnca of Iima beIng wat22ed by ,lr2ll2.u1r. K'enucky IB. 2d to 23, Role 8 1.2 to 9 2.2. F1le slock of L.ead is very liege. Rote 4,75 fur Illge quantirics. Rico commnunded thla wieok 5,25 to 5,50-dem12a0nd linited. -k'roigbl dull-Rate on Liverpool 7.102d. SFOIT'' OF NEW\V ORILEANS. r +, CLEAILANCES. Slay 5, la'. ii 2Lh 1 I··no Allertmn, Tnrroy. fur Liverpool. ShIp I-llco. Li tymb n tlr IiNoe York. h, 'hip'. ISoui, HWatson, Air Philalelphin.. Ship Nmwoy. Itraamun.,d, for New York. ship Ilerald. Cteau, f,r C'avanaa. I 'f'a qua Mary, Nlckertoa. .fr Ihla,,e. I flri Jelrerusa Wllo.r Ir'rotidnlf . rig Junph.Caramel. fr New ]ark. SBig daow, Thnrdykia r Nea' York. r Pahr., darin,to.,.k.lfodi Ma.rkh. .aehr. t't.iat, lreastla, for lMoblile. SB.br, CoeLSta nrk, Luaanee, Fla.J F1hr. Francis Amaey. Ahby. flar Charlaeston. hlt * RJIrk Padlahk. ,or Mobile. Sltair Alaon, Sellera, tr St. laoui., Isteam Ship aub., Caoasa, for Galvyttull. ARRIIVALS. Mooa a5. r0. 9 Tow Bolt Graa.pa.. Morlisn, t room a I.....,aingtf;,, towed to lea' hip M'-t,.tzu inl, Rri! ,h barque |'ull,. It~i. i li aairda siad Mary Avorela. Ietuiaed to thle city with tic,. t04.!. Watter. I.eft ile tIlaool n z411 istt. at I p. l. Ileprls ohipl Shilly, ntlakesnaet, and lre aal ltan tle Hlar boa out. a, Nothing pow inihet river. ldeah. Alary Jan. Atkiia., d lays from Sabin, River. Ilkhr. G. L.VetI)a iteh il,. fmlt Vera Cuzt. lidth ial. e Pleamer Pern,. P.rud. ftrom Whelilg. lteamer Ietltlatan, Alter, from Cincillatl. Ptelamer Paul Jlel, Scatt, froal Fioldls M1ill. a lSteaalatrOktr Patse; from FoltI Gilon.. SMayI 26,1839. Tow blatPhnix, Anna.bel, from N E pns., having laowe toai hip. Unlearll and Aubilllr. hbrigs Orleans aId tadr Fs- a Itx. rtllm ta.ltla city witllh big. .acela, Inlllltpaaeld.. Viriaiai, i'atlle.and ella s Stauaeh. Lef Ihba Ila oiS the 11tl t. at 8 P M. Taw hat, Mahi-tan, [.ataa, from tha pastes, having Iattll ta St ehipsN.a gtillllald ad larotha, retllrnodt It lln coly withshipllaaewaandhbaqueaAveatier. Ilat the baran ills 25thinst. a P , pa Ieporls .,riglia the alag TiaTow buht Lion aomnitl up with o1o hip Fbllaarqua a.a it, iatait, friom Bordeaux in 45 day, to ita i Ship ilehrewt.VWhitiig,Pfoa lavrt ill 45 dllys, t the atm. rig nlolpelldene, lRich, fromt St Joseph, to laellsaaw aad K.an . Brie Virginia. Randall, from Ml.tle. to Master tig Casrtle, JohluLou, from a t Josephl, it ballast, to the blua- k Ir Ber tlno, Stau.mth, frolm Mobile, to mntera Steamer I'eru., Shrode, from Whanling Sateaer Lexinaton, Aiter, from Cillellaati Steaatmr Clahtnre, BIarret. from Vicksbllrg Stlamer Alabamlm., Philips, from Monroe Steamer t rillint, IlHrt, frot, Payou Sara - PIAPWTS. i.'. 'Ol(lT.. IVEIRPOOL..Pea ship Iadme Allerlou..Cargo, 1,97 iala. aottoa, 151 hdi laobhec. f DIEi YORK..Per ship nlnllae..Cargo, 474 balsa etlan. II 2L35pig. lad,29 Liarcas i aa x aad, sl .rl-c. 71; i. fl.,ur; 7 bahe faatlrs, Iaox beeht wax a ba . atid 1( ask harlware . ........Prl.. hip Noaay.. .Caor, . In..ta tatta. . 44 riagsleI, 048 lls daur, 20 da latlatow m I a lids ............ Pe brg Joetaph..Cargo. 169 lds ugar, 5'1 hi. a.., II .............Ptrlrhi; Snr ..Cargo l0 hdt sutar; g. 9 I.t flour; iitacks, PIlI.ADELPHIA-'er shiftg St Loait..Cirtto a1914 a. eorna 1190 pig leall; 30I lls prilo beef; l0 balaaa woal F9hdlbdaoa; I171No Ilark; 241 kags loird; 50 baies cUtoo; 31 dia mosa al.d 119 empty ,.sthn OIR UNNA.. Per sIhip Herald, .Cargo i16 hds tobacco, 31 lales ditto; Il.00 it,,e; 3 U(H his staves 1BAL.TIIORE.. Iter harqae Slary..Carga 140pig. ltad, . a2n h.l., 5 tierce Ibleon, 1500 pirel bllk h.tlll Ii aid lhualdedaltt6)lh lbacco. ''4 kta. . lard, 910 bulldlos clolthier's Iaalkets. 5 bhl gar, ad ela mulsalt, trI. palea and 2l carrinage PROVIENCE.g. Per bhia Jetflerall..Catr 3006 sacks corlh ST MtARKS. Paer I.r Urehla..CatgUo '012 bhuslal.a aId aa60 corn; 8l.. his Ourt; Ot bushIls Oa ats. 29 ble,. aI Par; 3i2do soap; 15 bit taltthy; 19 doa tie gar IIOSILE.. Pat- .cht Cataja,..Cta.alS pietas Itfgine 302 Is ollst rope; 20socks crli,21ild.sugur; 651)a) I1 ............ .pa..alapLark..Cargo, 3itaahcktaorn 501hi,1 flat, - aIALVE8TON..er.teP sa .hp Cuba..Cargu, ualdry uti. gro 0grelofik hardware 1e It PUANNEE..P.atleia'ol..c,,clrgo 500 bushels corna; 17 buadlilsayh CMARLETON..Parcahr PFtneit Aday..Cargo 134 casksbh - e aoa t100 kleg 6O Idls lard ST LOUIS. Per aittr Almo..Cargo, l.5 kegs ltarch, 50 bhl 4sbrlti 5 pipe tgil and ltihtl dwara. "SMPOW~S ST JOSEPIIS..Per brl' Iadepnda.o. .Cargo. 64 tr.olds of wood,U hal peltried to order ........ Pr brigL Catle...n b, illat MOBILE..Per bIlt Vliiia..Cargoa.S 1 53 afeet lumber, Mi Pi lindlm 4 Liadiay . .... Perl StaUallc t..Crgo G5,000 eat lumber, It ........... Per brig Otnola..Caro 55! 01llN1t Im hi, . W Ilita * Lttdloy 17 packages uIet.dt" J A %'EaE.CR UZ.A R a' tab, G 11 Waata .C.,,a hfihd and ,a 9i1 satI mrerhandile t'ucuaa . Lapayra &.,; 1i caeliuaral ~oatI A (Capdevil, 4. a co 20,11 dallare;n specie echmllid A Vernn", 5,5411 do t' I,O'lldo Robl, I)roll At rid I.0lit7 a do A Clt I dsw!in v9 lt:719 dlt 1.1.-hlld,; 53 du CalClul ' hlale r & c; :t1I d, A Z P.atnlllr SABIPE RIVlER..tl'era.llr I a..y 4.3,n..It UI.t IL:U -.tUX..iea htraqaa Atl dir..a.arto, wilat., ttltr tnd atd .mtlculit 1 '9c.ttI AtA'tpdevi l 4: I. Ir it "start Cariiir. Do,.r h 00; J Albult: 11 Cbrl..lar ..OfllaaJal, a.t ,aroa; ('llPrltllr - .YIVRE.. trsh, l hlebht- . a..Crg, a.a. and .....l..adtao ItS'ry rtaatiattta L- I.IS..IIS OP tILOI)UCE algt'' ts ttujV VI.ttrlPttsrt eamrrtlaibrtrt,..Cargo, 141 alm,.etton Rleaer, Iludley . DLavi; 9 Iao Sittrrtt & Jllttrllta; 5 Ihltlllt jI a Alrke,8Ldo Itattarttk A 'Ih'kanata; 43 do Rtleh.lrd I9lcka OttdoTaylor - Gaittduer a35 Irka,. Wan1tv 14n,; : a t,. L ,o.. I Btarristl ,; 3;It.awrat-taa&chatlnra;a 3'1 A a J tai,ataa t I 26 P errSSltl,1tad.'a lPr et.fll Armoura ilko A Wiailkur, ta:, iuail Wright; 1 Wilcox Andleralll & ao: 10 do A II Wallare & cllau a do Nuent,. Turlin VWailt; 17 Ktya 4 Robtri. Id t Juhn ordonl ( do owner owaer o, Iaoara ; a ll do I IV,, l.,grt t 18o WOshay a o;b da Mau,r & Ihown; Idt Hlullt st, & Giehtf WiV Itrawa; 6 J Cuaat; 5 da I;iursin t lallt; 3 adnaz. Pollad 4.a11; Iflh9ll. to h; 103 kegs' ard; J A PIra aajt I! flat g, to JD Devnlre ' " i Multro-.l'er.sleamor Alalamin..O(aan 2 ,lles rnta. t A 2.dal & a t; 13 de Kleyo A 9 ubarla, Ia do J 'louaaao & c.t; 2 do Taylat.Uatdnera a aO Wba.elil..tl' stealmar Perl..Clgao :19 hale plebp Reed &i Sea i bll blue lick water Lawrueea & Legendre;8 I Colta IFrauklina Itealduar.on; 19d4 rolls roap and 39 bla tias IRg'tyor; 9 hlds Tat & Hopk it.;, I I Ihi laaur OI..,l, & Bolbinlla'li aoil ioap W t Ilel.a a8 coila rtpo A W {Val -lta 4 sa 4.hlltpolk ComtlIock. Hyde a ea; 699 Ibl1 aour a1 D.raay; I05phlM.hg bagig lUullet t A tthaht; tI aallcoa tup (odlllO " CiooaaataL.Per sttamr aa.xiagton..Carg I Ihds eggs J Dappht; I ctak hats, 15 h-bl.l roaltan Lalhetdl I Tolllpona; 4bauandblmalrckaadie Bogeprt H4 awt.liorlt 31 aiurcea aItt bLt canavala h.am, and hda bacoa E C Caolridge, 99 blt taMS El aore, I h hllalr Capt on board IC blh aagtj 111 . tdm;Fa l Ida tacMa t A I Wtllaa 4 ao;66 d A JataJit; 5 balol culon HurIe, WSt htacg. F*eld' Mil.Pear .llmmlr Psul Jo~re..Carl. .'9 hd.r rupnr Wml ower: 4 Io L4UoLa b tt&Thornson,2 5 do J W Zarku fala e 6 hda dotA So/twlt; ldl Ul.accn. lt bhI mul.,aes uwll bton boardttl kIpolnta; DS Chhatoliar; It1 halei atos J MaltrIal I (lhs sag., tli & Trelunallt Fart Gibaaa-- rOzark..Cargatf hales cotton and 00 suko corp. al ea rs"~o tlz RIIeU Par rillMaba- Caro, I bales cotlll. l4tLt F ao Smith r Vp.llrht.; 5 dot(; I.e. ItduIAL.dau! "tlseytolda, I.yaa & ca; 7 ta dlalct, Saclltag 4 Iiaita CONSIGNEES ar IshIp ebhrew.. ll Braw; Lorelhm & Valtena. Ila.edol Crtmsr;ta a TaltnOt al Biiaia i;avelet It tutl; I detO Rillsd; Ea l B saa t :a; euha, Daroo L o; A Mo PASSENGERS Par $.4aotr Peru..D RWalkea LCratlaz;; R [ac.ta; Par arI; D1a pnlt; J tllhllfordI J i Gr.t.;i F Urtvet,; Wright L a4j k Btooki Laalrll Smithli JOhalwu; McKee; StcLai,; Tho wat t lal . • " - MEMORANDA tler owel daol froam Natchez, tih barquu I ' 44- ( tr~l IM 4 orl as 3J . anti Poun .atl qualiltt, firtsle by a. &o Ct, 44Magsasiae at a. row rtattr adnalis, tor ' 4B.1.$B l AN TRIER, ....r 84 Grtavir at Ut AaadUpttttatt t tili, I SIi N TRIEI AMERICEAN. FAITRH UL AND BOLD. fre Offtciat . aournal of the 20 ttmtnicipalitt. PlUB I.IS HED Daily, Tri-Weekly & Weekly. in IN W OR IEANiS: MONDAY, MAY 27, 1839. w We hane read with great attention the extraordinary go histoorical, critial, metaplhyical, political and financial to report emanating from the Committee of the Council of ot the First Mt unicipality, which divented of the wild sipec ulations with which it i reletc, is an important docu- i ment as conclusively showing tile dlolnraole and inex tricable diffieclties it which that unfortuonate Munici- q pylity is placed, in consequence of the imbecility, in capacity and ignournrane which have chbarncterioa those chinged nith the admini.trntion ofits affairs. It may unow be doubted whetlhr such people to lit for self government, and ia are inot muclh srprised that thie t oegacion., floacial statnesman to whosn prolific brain and pen the peoplle ofthe firnt M nicipnlity are indebted for so car an insight into their misrnbl condion, has trated,witmll nchlearning, thei questiin of the pro printy ofahandoling their corporate rights and going into liquildation!!! Altho' we havne Lr some timne complained iof hardl lilnlme, and rilh olclle reaa'n, yet we now deem ourselves fortlnate, and conso le olr relves Iy tile retleion that we own no property beltow Cainl street for if we did wn shuul consitder ourselves utterly uined. It seems that in bolt three carsn the First i Municei pnllty hIs bennme involved in debt In tile extent of a million ordflllnrs. and that instelad chaing spenn this enormous amount i i improving tile pt, paning itle s.treets or nmelicrating its anniltlry condiltio, or per fecting ice police-om-nlnlencing too witll a full transury vast rwonources,ncld lithout debt, it is inll Ih language of the report " with an emlty treanury ; a decayed rl t; streets hardly in a Ilettr condition than in 1I'31i; its t teal Estate grlaiy reducedl bh forced soalve t ruinllnl sacrilices, and on income hlrdl!y adqluate to its police, and other eonservative exigcnei'lc 1 What a fightful picture. Well may tile people of the Second 31nnicipality feel Ilanlutl tint they have escaped from e corrupllt ann d destructive coCnseqiincCc in so short a spa'e if ime. W\\ll ninn they feel grate fil to the honest, straightlfnorwnrd, public p:rited and enlightenedCon.i.il whose gcidance of public n0liro has produced results so dillcrent, and so i nporinnt to Ilher health. safety nd interscts, No ionyntl ls been here nsqatlnllldred oi theatres- broken 00own ani tocre~pid e.thai Gl banking compa nies-wihl slpeilations in lots or corrupt fhvoritinlln. Iti+:ruc we has uiit nm colmonev--'reltedI a nlarge debt, buti it is equnaly tiron, thla thie nicgic eol''tctofthe expelnditures ae f t nallll :pplllrecialed by Iith (ilizen and rurgers nolld the Seconl Alldniciprrlitc is now Neic Orleaniis. One inllslance of g'ros enollrnlion of tle .econdll BMu nicipltlllr we hald lctn figottllnii-it is biut one an e.iepliLn )proves a gelnerlal rule. The paymlent of 2,5(110 to an attorney being a miccbherof the Council Sfour defending witlh zeal and abnlility interests worth mil lions-bas met t ith tihe mcriced indignatiin of cis Iln nor tIhe Matnr and has cnaused on i'ndescribable feeling ti of unutlerable abhorrence ol thle paiel f por ViltuOlls neighbors below. Ilowevrrr tlt e zeal of the IIlaiyor, ce-: equalled by the most pelseveriog adventdres of Ihe re nowned Knight of La Mancha will plrolbably enable us to get back this Ioneylinja fnew yearC-What solicitude for our inarlrstc! while tile iafllfirsf ouor bankrupt neighbor were fpermitteld to go I to he deil their ownl e~\' admllire tlhe frnlllnl ss with which tile Colmmittiee bate exposed thie dfinninil ccdiion of thie First Muni cipality-and we will iwillingly Intadn subscrilption list fior ithe aid of its empty tresullr TIThe remdial nIasures proposed by tie ' fioenciaI slatesmant ar monst cLuious. For instance, after Icloving in tbc Ilmot co'clnsirve Imanner that they have inot dollar in tihe lrcaslui, nlad owen i million wilihout any inngibtl means of pcl i g--he proposes that there lball here'oter be two trensuries, in order the beltter to ikeep tile mlorey which th'y have not git. Tllis t first slruck usi a an m iginal idea--hut anl examination of the bi-toly of Finiance proves iltat it is iot-fir :t learned n. riter on that intricnte i tbjec t informllls n us l an illlla bitant of an Island not athousannlid miles fromu Great tri. ailln ome yearI.lgo hinllg heard of n newly Invented stove by whllich one half f thile oldinrcy quantity of fiel noas saved-imlnediarely trlll.hnud to, expeClln g thereby to kee'p wnrm Inlld colmfortible tlroughi tlhe winter without any fuel at all. nlie i xt tlsuc' .er.il nini expedient for payig off ,heir In deble--tl t Ihcy shonild conl(:nctne by sp li Ii ct few bundhed Ihoo,:a)d dollar.s i huildlina stores and are. Io,.e.s t Ithe Lerce antd Qi ai ill frolnt l ihe ('ilf. l Thistoonnr null colmprehe ic sin-l(nt hling stldied McCullock ltnor the Pnatidlt,) s.(emsl rater inlaractlca. li', foir Illrcereasono . 1. The btcildings enort e erected without cmincy. ". Tihe glonlld e'nllnltll l Ielcc diet foIr such I ulrposes, not, bh loncl illng th Ie Illstl lulnicipality but to the pubi lie gnerally. I3. That pndnt of th ii'p't f t insupernabl dimffculties --we do out think that nh- Ihtx-paying ownere of lot,, hIlouses a"id stoes ill tihat Muncllippi lhy would ever per tcin i csnch an interfc rence i illi their inl'e sts Il our illlble opllinlliln it wonld tite bLoi quite as practicable a plani tI,to wIv proposed Iulcdlig upl the 'I' ublic Square--ur erectinig shopsc] in the cenltre oft.ovee Is street. \\'I liall continiiue from ille to time to enlighten our neiighbors on the im pol'tant maters iof" hlich this falllm a icilorit so el)ol'telyind tc iolcIoIedly Itents, nntd cnay I enqi;ro into tie caIO Ilof the Iunetnccunlllnlei silence of lthe Comllnittee Cith elIspci t to the $ ,00,0ll0 tlonds of thtin stale. Every day tbrieg with it the must alsltndineg deveC " pemelts of i'ue<l, corruplti.n, embezzlement oi the public mnie, lspeCulll tlini li li wi tel the people's a lllld, base itepooltiun one " t soeveltreign," cozzening, perec'teIn of the eritizen for opinione sake, tioletio of sacnleld truLts and the accual slealig of the publie I unde by the tho~ dllllland one tonice hol,lcra in the I go.,. all loverllmell fromlc tile Excecutive downle to t Itholowest tlille raiter. And ill thoe states whtere Ile mnotratit: paty is in power tle s.lme otllrllesl t 'llmitthd b.y the oIlilt erll o I lt ` ti ltl i Iovern]eni t. T eb peteople tee. no.e Iev e the s ,,te O eelcege t of tlo r:lltio I i the Jh ac. ic ha. tyllt ill Ltli literv. H l rd it Ill, r 1t1h o, ..ll Iitte lr h' fruit= lgat lld! , but the l ew tj i+usel a ll etectt i unll.' lohle. And ollli de into the eoelC of m,.n I.l stnk tce he l u of paltc y orl, thlti the wlto it ul . b,' dy ,pu ct i +ieee n cc to ve tle bItl ont l eeir ruin. 'The. y will not pc ll col n I.nl tiele t, ilrd tiin l ack t e the pt lh of" p ctical honeesy Iod ietegryl, teet itush o ll.cryi f more bll . e'elc c 'it' kndFe Snllt.n thiy e.ee k flrthle IspoI ils lome, ab lt, is the Imot t h onl d emll. mIorl, the parlty h, e izes up'n l ie'e grealre sharr. TI,' hen. it'. ltew i the oily holed of uleoe n Iene g tthei t e mno cai's. Th"y n,;f.know le'lge ito oohen towe'r ni rthin. Thle sixty foee, defaueltim receiveers achi ee i.es, llshould bIe, inslcri',eOll o the tahlet of scorn :edtl lecndced ,downl t, peelterity, were hcli t'st i lchie ple s ol l I!1e it Inl e ter. WViteot r.e.ollre illc. te I Iobed their tiln'ce, hCllj eno glotew of e l ilce mantle~d ! e ir heec.ks when their Itmne weren lv1eI uptl to the galz of therll culltrylT.l n -I_ roLbers of the deepll.t dye. Wiell theme e and with their pil ty ito ,lteol Ite plople'i money is e vtelmil politl icd oni to he waihthd out by i lhold manilb;,h hlon of ail" legiete to tile rulinllg 'arty. The seolre o rcgictcers who havo ated iagaint thll w Itw of cn(llnillT hone oIty were fihti'tl lio their tlcsti :-t- th vt.itor A'c. The hosts ofdeiaullti, clusltol house collectrorsfu tr he last tell years lllld their " hunedt snbs" ]lhte done thie slate mI t lseIrvice, ill relieving tilhe pllbli, cIRf rs oimfnil lion(s, tild Illt.v were olly deolslitncdl ihen theyllii.ervedl fr tlll tile li tie flaith. llThe I.eeiol f e ovrntPeett e .t i e .s ill Flriedu lilvc e kept lpace wilth Ilir brethren it(other parts ofthle Ullion itandl by the bLaset meeans, lid t t too clnlnit to their pockteslslole millions of llie public miornits. The tt rindtorpirty poetn misters Ibrtughout Ihe connlry naVe not omitted to avail Ithucrslvs ife sharet of tile spoils.t Then e,,lte e ditbursine uflicers of t'io genlerll ito fernellletl, hllneety vren alon naIg 1(tle has been ai word eI eill iallilg owllich they appear to have loet, so eager were imorl of them to ctrr out lthe Jactksln prinlciples of reform. nSo much folr Ihe doings amlnong IIIt, mllllrn I tile - Executive ary l; the lrave privates llWo Ihave ereved ht u,,nbly. Are the clhiifs bhlalmle,. ? TlIer Presidl.nl ia aepeculator of the firsl order lie isa seconld Louis Phlilippe. Oswre n lots, Clicgu cllrein, aink ietLIckt, tiWestellrnand Soutlllh-we.lern I llls are jewels in his eye. Histmorlo has evet been ;-trouble the waters Iand ithen descend into them,l or break up existinl ilnsti I turilons, and profi by tble distres.; incident thereto. One et of his secretaries accepts of lifty Ilousand idlliar in ' Ilhareofa eertain land company to dlvance their iln er toresttpnlitically. Anotheroneefurnishes ca fw hln dred thousal l of the Public monies to one of bil seutel, lijte to elter some valu ble llude liabot to be otered I- lr Itile. A third manages lthe relenne of hisi depart Smeetlenom.teeriotlly thathe en njoys the use of thou sandn of the peoplel's funds withoui frear Uof bing die. tetled. lThle.ineluelce of neeurlye vle public olte er ie t Ac td certnin cliqlues and monopolies. The Post oflice o I _ .ert is a political engine of the worst sort; and tba he Treasury is in so disordered a state that ore Ctaos itself pocsesess taoroofthe elements of order. let The War and Navy lDeparntentn are prostrate t the facto othe iononcrt, and the land bureau is thie rendezo- i vounsof unprincipled specnlators. If the downfall of cea this nation hbe not decreed, the people will rise in their pe tnight,banish so polluted a party frome oflice,and place in power a government of principle, honesty and DISORAC.UI,rL.-A row occirredon Saturday night do which origiantd in tile Fireman's Hall, a grog shop tit tnder the printing office of this paper. We are alto. oa gether ignorant ofthe cause if the affray. bnt en passant in takethis oppor:unity to say that the Free and Easy of to this shlop is nightly kept open long after the hours prem A mcrihed by the ordinances, as are also the ten pin alleys fo in this vicinity, to the great annoyance snd digust of G tle neighborhood. 'ihe row commenced about three at quarters past eleven o'clock. Tile watchman cn duty in sprung his rattle to little efect, an usual latterly, for bi some ten or fifteen minutes before he received any ae. h sitaneon whenat last a feiw undetermined, half instrune I tod guardians of the night arrived, and allowed the mob d to resat e the prisoner,tlhe principal offender. A crowd e of some sixty or eighty persons were collected and as-. tisted in, or stoodd by and np thle wat-.honen one:pow. b ered. From the tnlk and cunversation of those presmr:t. and wlno returned Iby whre we were, and from the ii Watchnlo n we thlught nwe dicoverad,that the ring eandars I in the affri y and thme nmost active ill rescuing the pri. oneir wsren ofa clasR of eitizensl who wold ill all cases oTf ilnerny be rnanldy l to leno assistance to tie exect tinll ofthe Itews, and not be fornn among tit e ereating I dasturbance nod resisting tie authlities. What n shame it is for that sloln. Scinrra to compel - his little annghter to endanger her life by walking on a I rolpe 75 fer-t high! Last evening in the preserce of a llarge clcolncr e of people oil tIhe publilc squre in tlle 1st Mtnoicipality, tle child performed the feat tret. Y Ilingly. Hter fintlr connolt hvne one spark of feeling in Iris blrenmt for his ciild. Ile should not have been allonvenl to get iup ltuch a piece of lnloibug. The heat way to clte unch ticksu rns i to hallng thiin in. tihe feet ito their ownl rope, fir hif fun hlour. " Tile fltast IIow that we strilke in ng.mittst llte liejct. dleiriuv of hl U. ,to es--'l'The ju:ieial nobleulan fu Autnl sea."--llarrieburg Reporter. And this ill lie tile irst an l tile last laow against tile ConI,ituniuon of the United States, tile glorious I charter of our liberties. 'We have always believed that the party in poweOr were seeking It onertu.n our iustitutinls and to erect Ihereon a de.ploiiOl. The ahove nIbclanatcoll fronin the oreno of tir, Van Buren inll Pennsylvania a nply eonltirnll.s or susplicin The British are abouht bihlig a frt at M.ldanwaska. Thins dtes n t I ok IImucih like giving up the disputed t riam v. SWhydid MIr. Va lturean appoint Legget, fornoerly tie brawmling editor ofthe Plain Dealer, ilinister to one of the South American republics? Because L.eggett is an n o!otionist and Mr. Van Buren jumped at tile chance of rea nrding' one his own faith. Moansieur anllet, an itinerant dancing nmster, does I- not pay tie printer. Beware of thisswindler. g aDesignnle and be d- d, "anid the sheriff of n Vzoo Clounty when the Judge tlld h;nm he would i deignate seine other Ibuilding where lie could hold SColrt, if tho Counrt house were inot opened. e IMr. Governenr lhas been ouldone. The jury after ot cl haece of Dil hourso , returned a verdict for the U. SStitees if $dj6,iii.75, withonut prejnldice to the claoinms of ot+ther pairty to sundry drafts nnlouating in nil to $(iiliO0. e Now we care not a fig fir iMr. Governer. lie de Sserves personally o charity at our hands. When Pt iostmaster at new York he did things which hle had n, right to do, no law to sustani hinn for doing. lie has found, that pleading the approval by Gen.Jaksonof r is acts in d i lno clTet withi the jury. But every citi c zen haa cnuse to dread the power of the general Go I verlllnen, while adniiinniered by the present corruptl party. No respeetabhle man will take ofice under Mr. oVan IlUr, , if I h is to be abused as the Goverment is t now abusing its old officers. All thie Ilocekguards of o tlhe land will therefore le placed in power, and the re. o suit will he, i Van Puren be re-elected, a governnment a of Robespierren. Thie perreeution of thte ohl officers of ith government whether they Iity guily or not is a freesh ind 'at n lthal t!e people sihonid banish Mr. Van lnuren frolm powe'r. " Stick no bills," as til Ya nkce said to the mus oe quitors ir n " I l l.mn'rats have reason to congrntulate them orlven."--n'. ,ilira. Ulpon leinlg able to steal the public Imeunios by mil lious, and escapinllg undung. W. nat anr ae t, thanl fa partl a ho will a ea ' h,,s "he .ocufoonr s ill New York nare guilt' of Ilaing rlehlel in ll h e re cnanall ill older to Ilrila g tile \Vi'i cOllllli1lona aers ilto dlib ropU nl! C rl lalaaof t rarle manl a h al anall caulht. Tlaaaerl has bean a great row ial tiae Ilufnaaajail. Thle keeper was klcked ol tile headllaut thl Ilirds did Inot get out. tooth, Seigllnor I ts and 'nradali, are all at Cilcinanati pickiang up tile oial rhagllan f the Iluckoyes. Obhio, anair ale Fara' Cnneliaultin, a.. ant bound to de I~rler upr runawayl Ma..."-n--b aaaraar .tlnarril. Thils man larrira isa n poanerul salplorter of Ir. Van Buren, alad inll a a trailoro, s as rtion mnada aove, l h ia sstained ay ( all th dlllillitratlli) ln le nocrats ill OUhio. lile truth is con mina out everly day,--lMr. VaIn nurtl i an .lloliaUnin t in leart and alld dosrves no slpport at thie hands of the abouthl! nnf thn Ilnrcnlc hl I iot arrivebtaould Id aan been t.arred nndfeathrcd, a ,Ual~lhlnnnt whichl tile poplllnr. ot" tIle U .ited $InateM, rllal~lltele¢.kc, il~nil:t uTl.}lt llort: ;irla Ul whlo t ey) !;v El., ri ulp tll CI~it(·lI.Pltz!! "liut when they~ learnw| ltht l hsd I:U~l alnr to prutect me, Sauch ir part of lthe trallony given in France at the trial - of tlh Alexandre plrates. by one Glourand, who was the acting 'ice Coaunsul oftlhe Frnl Goearnlanlt Iad Newport, R. Iland, I whe the Alorxandre arrived at that port. This a olalrand wal a delltist, and Ihned wlthl a colocllbillu, wholll he c.lled Ill cou . rin. lle hecalmle oIbnloxlous to the peacenhlo people of New port, by his dlsu-tilg collrlu, t. llt his fielr of being lynch- I ed hall no lfoundalin. W' a aare asured t hat Gournand wa Iaore lanl object f plaY tha IndignUatoa . A frielld oa our i Iriy a to the a laole trauasaction,thinksl , ifGournaud ever darea to realllrll to ab port, nle n thnusaln d gullS nt aprlOt his bcallg promptly Ij ahed, after thla folll asn eralono of ur coun trIlml- lnr SI? I']11E . C()I'.UT, lau icipanl IaiChs a nd lralionaa. Clarrl, (a-a llha a .i l t . aa ..&a - II. r.lleLala ata lbia . A a l rla-a e t r of a na alai. Irt Ja. laiial a iain a ,et J ludae Iatlellrallll Ira e sia lb aa tlno, J. rlallvturerl lil , iethe (prllld t the holldrt MttmiiCn be NjIn.e , no jposet o I ai) nltt , nor tllor di. tht· eli~l.'( to "-nll·I It lrl~lll i.<8ll'V liOtC Ill IIIl. Ilf11?llle IIllY-I arhi tS llaa,aad alia' lse Trnaa ruerat lao. na T n a. i olel·a Fl)'ra'; tan an, a-flalaltllllllar re f lls l ad Irv 'Ih if l t, Th.. I1·1 |.'llll letll .tr I:lcl y tl~e Ilnjllr V r,' aaalil aL a Iay lara1111 LaIt n alae alaao i Ial ad re ilaeed Io .Ue Ih.* I~lrtt II1 Illlrbllnlce II lt lie suhltlilllr thlla* BdItcelope as t he il w it| [ t t . r l t tOl dill g tll Ia er e t' ft, r. )rn i r IHPh alt I o dI iI ) IIR t o pll , I V m ait tio- i "I aalaarar I att ria . 'a a - a aaa taa e aet n ," t liaa r ahty e a aae utell)hlr a a e g iaed aaad bae. I I th ir Irel ri aa dr n ar a eulllarsi .ted h n Ih.rl .'oletn atrullh, r, well Iharvenr tor, kil de u hel tlrllllllin _ alh thhe t piher thedhl is ict ju hge eryrd t sign ma dint s.n e I l ah'1 or1 Olinltlillle s ill alaah r lal raltniCailclt aa Nh. s k. I o ·v/lllolrild ar nthad t rrrl alln ll h Iote " hich aia-aIa'nlallr hlad r Ifuase to e raiglln Wla IIrlled by hrepi ola a a.aa:a'i vr l I aannallcial cnnlaaairv blatitlaarta ra-daaa .nf 14 tio: ' b.Ti ast: alnaaahr a aaahdeavr, tiae aCot'der Seurr an .rto o lrt a o jlllitil alil, arg aa aIIa r ighlt t l a aaaaulaaaaaa ra-a aa'laaaa--aaalhaaaaalaal ,aayaarathatagaanaaa a be~ ttnI (I'IIlIIPIll " ·.1 1 r,'lllr t ilt. me Or tile ll nit tint t erro! tno arh a -l'"a l.a1raaa.aah' r Ibnrhe pral yed i taa iaait a Nh odra n lliglrt b~e enjinled notl :o .:;*pose of said note, Iw,r to diR- 1 Si.J'/tilll thle alllllef Illll lill tla tile Tra auler al a lnt ily it at I l alan1 I Flaaai a Tae a nalalalllanlaR I alalll/ into cnaln aanta ex- lhrad to dhea t araaaar a a a a aallu ) aa:) That1I Chairle* Genoie, in hir flieinl cpat'lty Ilad Il, aright i lawar a thl ardialal : rs .f lt a City C awaeil o ie~ti utr II t dI,~anil alaan rhlia allia ill allllalaa r na al aaidf ntilr arratta it institrated waithouta utatlalrity lo taat lanaCtn1 froll 31onllipalllity Rn. .2. ''l'ho di.rict court, after· hlclnS· thle pnlrtess mat tla l ed thae a xr tploala ulla l a ile pn ilala tt n aaaaealn a aarolll tile a-rgualaent ut tila baIr ae hoatl a ollaaaled tl a cras waa belora tie coaurtall its aanaara , and nnte lata sIa. llaeda by a°'lnclna tati Ihae aliaaal bn thpe laanaurar Ilnd rabI,aeaallarala.a a ald midbya h Iieaa ran at aerv Cie OCarhe aanltatillaa and ilalalllaailn alaalah lan i lduyad a I aliaereaI - ii1| I is t.,rtlllltlce had deEPalld a Ial- action ald Ihat in lolhlljg wil. I.( I" fr 111 ru IHrt IIII~ii. aThaaa rrcoan parssenaaaaa-lana-a eanaa c. Nulling a n belbre us.1, Itthe. exrre iton, nlld taking all the fets in thle '" e'litiml Ms Irue we hanve mlerely Io decidle whestler they a i)e laaline nlaitatal'in hia oalacial capacia a anuan unaba lIirlll ldpemll;lltly oflhe eijreullblulalces whlichl may pro. aiaai aaim anm Fiineeednl.g in tlia particular eade. 'S W ettresa is tlile .a . .I sr tee a eaure .fa hEln anlnillaaen alleges Iatal tite nnl)anea. whlainh a bnaan to avraid are aonranry to a aw; Ihnl ilht vaania alaE anby tha Tnna.s erain not due by the Munleipanlit aby g Ihnn dae c aliann:il a Ihcir aTretsurer and a annmlnl"n hane aviulaalnpd anl contalynab t vinlaaa ian lawn nF alny sla.e anna bitalanater on -he Carporgioa,bhin h by a ina u on hlid offite hae it bouu. to see faiqlflully exeeuled. WnnTakignthellnednelaaloa Iru lr an n Iheapnnrpontat o Ihe ll pre~at iestte. the plattiff~ie enllilled Io be heard. a ti nltrustrd le hne is abr iha juadmon benefit of ail the aor por t aora, witlh aualr o lan tim nharaer aaichaully exeaun a- led, ha maann ia the ant eaiaoftnbtt power hla ne arnudnt - ainaalurn to huarF Fajuati, and has tha l right a ern n o eInl ala p 'nnlilnl aa ordinutif in an d an bn anha.. tncilda harnta b,peria aa ocbuan . We anfat pssa ,,iln e tu hiut the I'ualae nhr no a- W, . al n t ae dipt-~rae of his officl Iduties. Ti'h power to we6 the charter faithfully executed being given to him, the selection of themeans, neceuary to its exorcise, re left to his dil oretion, and we cannot interfere with them, if they evio late nno law. Ui It is thelre ordered, adjudged, and decreed that the o0 judgomeit of tile District Court be reversed, the exep- .t timrov'erruled, and the case renlnded for further pro reedirtgs; the defendants paying the costs of this ap peal. [Front our Sunday Edition[" LATE.T ANDtVERY IMPORTANT FROM r MElICO.-The Schooner G. II. WVetter, Capt. DI)lville, arrived yester day morning from Vera Cruz, which place site left on the 6tll inst, and confirms the report brolught by previ . oune arrivals, of the capture of Gen. Mlexin, who was immediately shot by order of Santa Ana. The action took place six leagues from Puebla, at a place called Ajaceto-General Mexis having 1000 meon, whilst the forces off the Government under tile command of Gen. Valencia ammounted to2500 men. It conmmenced at 4 A. m. on the 7th inst and lasted till 10 o'clock, dur ing which time Gen. MAexi displayed tite greatest bravery, and distinguished himself by his intrepidity, having taken and retaken the artillerv of tle enemy no less than three several times, when fortune had already declared in his favor, and a complete victory seemed in evitable, he was charged in tle learbiy Santa Ana who

came up with frresh troops lnd turned the tide of tie battle. The addition of the 14110 men in number rein spired thle Government troops and threw those of Mexia into neonfsion. They reereated on all sides and Mexia himself was tankon and instantly shlt by orter of Santa Ana. The loss on either side was not estimated. A regular battle took place on Thursday in Lafayette Sbetween the officers of the law and sundry persons who attempted to prevant a rtman by tie name of I)nstugue forn being arrestedl. Several negroeej.,ined in the riot rI They were all put down through the zeal and energy of Capt. Spenkmnr and Deputy Sheriffit Witter.. Dlns tua tgue was found hid under a bale of hay in a slatghtur te rouee. Last evening Judge Canonge was burnt in effigy in Laflyetlle. This outbreak ofpopular indignlionl was caused, we learn, by the course of the Judge in Srelatiou to, Mr Speaklnn and others concerned in a late suit befire Criminal Crurt. Mr. Spcaktman's conduct in the affray leading to the trial has been approved of by tile people of Lafayette. as he has been reelected of unanimottsly ito tire oill:e formerly herld by timn. We defend not the course of the Lafayette people in Ilis t nlmatter, foriburning is butearhildiof moboeracy and we cannot be too careful in suppressing all tendency to thel ed latter. Int other quarttnre tlh impeachment of Judge r CanoUge i.talkedofinconsequence of c eq of his arbitrary re and extra judicial coneduct, On tile letCf instant, thie case of the U. States va Air Govrrneur nts given to tihe Jur by by Judge Brt 'iThe Judge evidently sided with tlhe Government. It was believed that ifthe Jury agreed, they would acquit (iGoverneur. STile Edward Queasnel, a whaler, full of oil, went a e shore on Montaug point on the 13th inst. Seven of it the crew were lost. he i - -- ------ -- - ot d'ye edo ?-I beg pardhm-Hlope ( don't intrude. Ilavn't Ild tlo pleasure itii seing you fn r Otlle tinc e !ii \'ieling to letall tly frienlis nw all Ilte newsr. thoangbl I wonld just drop iii ad rean I lh followingi CARl ). CAMP-STREET THEATRE. LAST NIGIIT. FOR THE BENEFIT OF GCEOrItG IHOI..AN. I I'VED.NepnAy, MAYl 9, 11i59. Geo. Iolland respectfully i.,finms lis friends and the publle. that frnI the kitnd and libeinlIpatronage i' wed oInn Ills short Blnlllllrr Campflnlllnigon at th i ilnlil inv is idluced tat make thle following atralltgeellnt. bI, whlii a 11i s111e Illny tiec eU a S 1'I. EN I)1 D FOIT'1IN I!! Byniimply purchasing a I'icket fir the Theatre, ntu It TIIIIFIr v'tllillE ! ' ill the GRA NIt REAL ESTATEI LI OTTEI'Y' will be given ti 1t IPubllc: el fllohws: In pIutrelsig a 'tcket f ir thle l'hl'eae, a iumbler will beg lveai 5ith it. In It hIo '. If tu ' e 1,tlle rlllr'll, IbP e(r rr nlspnadilz IIIIn I III In I hbon-I' given In lhP Inllltilr wi ell I t lr 'li ekls, will e' put nllt, it t. ol,'t or I, I Stage. OutI o(f tI heel, I 'i 1 T II. \I'.\P "EIi, will be drawn, slid Iw h rol . hlll, illg the .lnlle il Ir to ie which are drawn il l ectl rlee le eieic Ticket inl Ile th (RAND REAL. ES' raTE I.sTTn¥, by hich the nholder tali Ieente the po-st.sor of t Ral SEVEN t U IIIII) T nIIOUSA,1t ,tv(I.I.\.'! The nlumber. of Ie Tckes ipurchased I' r the above occasi t are as Intlw: First prize will reteive he Ticket No..7 In order to ri.e evely turisfaetion respectling tIle ditrilution of tlh prizes by drawing the mtllor-, e iI Comlmittee of three gentlemen will su1perintenld thatI U-) For ;articlars of the performances, see Bills of rhe day . T'iketl $1.-Chihlhen 50 cts.--Gllery 50 cnr. Purchaserc of two Children's ticket., or two Gallery Tickets, will be entitled tI o, e unmber. Pfl Box Book now Openr. N. I.-Perons Ila t lIe very enrefil of tile tnlllber reeived with tIheir 'liekee, fIr inl ease Ithey shoJtld lose tlhe,, they cannot be re.!nacd. Shu8ld this be thieense,andl there Ie no clainlt ftr a iutt tlter that isl drawn, tile T'lcket will be given to a llharitable Initi l'lhere now--what d'ye think of lhat? If vei rertllctt last lnnlei, , G(on. Hollnd gile in s'lendid WIork BIox o: tIe last night ofl VIneelll. whill was disposed of in the same manner, an.d I had the honour of presenling it to Mrs. leott, of this city, wihoe wea trie firtnlle winner. Now, olly con.ider, slould you ben e hleekys no e il ite of Ilthes. 'ickets, there is very little doubt Iof ytr obtaini.g the C(apital Prize-then I am sure yolt will be obliged to Ine fIr nalliig youlr attention to your future prosperity, and how happy I hllall be to receive a rencral invit. lin to drop in occasionally witlhout any fear of in Ih'uding. I sin your reient otedelnr stlnle r.n i'A ULI. I'l '. ¥ '7 G. DOfiSilh', 41 New L-vee. Diown Nlunters of the Louisiana Lottery, leas Noe.3. T'.31011VOOW AF'I'TERNftN, TI'UEl IY At t6 -1 'clock. IT'hree Capital Prizes of $n5,110 eachl ! Tlickets only 3 LOUI SIANIA L OTTERY AuthoriLed Ive Act of l.egihletuere. Clhllter NI.III pasted llellch 21.1828. Clia.l xtra 18. for 1839 to he drawn o t in tIe Inolundl' of thIe I'Excbalnge Ilttel, St. I ltrl . l. on l'n'ueav. May Sll,, IteI, at I- igut Ii o'clock, I'. 3. prIeirelv. I . S. GclEGOIY & Co. Successors to IATES & lcl].VTI'lRE, lManager,. 7-- Numbers--:* Drawn lallets. SCi I IEleI,:i F.. ''ie krtb O: iit-.-lnlt e, di 5$i--1ltaktlF'r 7r cl ecrti.'leate of Iancbneietl 2tielioh li.kl' rftr 4.c$ Certifiiatev f pnekaue of 25 hIlf ticnele feer $'22.- Citerittifcateci tIfnl eg Of) trt1erl tiekCetiC fllr lI. I, Pceltiigec te rcll liCtkete. lilt naili it ti' I1nt- r.e' nI tnay.'. L l .'I'E n OU:ISlAN .--I'ri-hi CintI fi.e the .' Palnish and lcity iof New Orleins. S I'resent tle Ilon. Charles Mnurian, Judae. Ne. 11, 81, I.. A. enrwi, iit as:hal tee hldy, co. 1ts e rediltors ld t11 tec it ere of Erwin & ldings.ll Ulon raadingnad filing the pefiliOto and iet edte e n to tl cae-It is ordelred bv tile Collit, tll;it Ihe eleilors Cof L.. A. Erwini and of Ertin and Ilelings, do leelt in Sope Couiirt, on Molnity Ie 17th jniae next 1839, ti et t and there to show cause, if any inlly have, why the said L. A. Erwin both ill Ilin p'rsonel claieiy, aelt es ts a partner e f the firm olf lerwing & Inligse shonldll enot betalt'nrcged accordinig to liaw e ultl lhat in ile a mealtime ell proceedings againsl his prli.pertV ad per tn hbestayed. It is lfurtlr ordletel Ihlt Ehlimore & King, Eesqra. Attorneys & Counsellors at l.aw, be appnointed t represenet te abtent l creditors. By orler of Court. It Clerk's oflice, New Orleean. May I, 18".. nt05 Saw ARIIMNt) Pt'10If. It'hrk. a TAT IE I.A LOU ISIANE-Cour de Paroisve pour l Paruisse et la villa de In Nouvelle Ort Ibns. Prbsent I'llon. CharlesMllaurian, Juge. I.. A. Erwie, nlltiitenalt tlitens, contre see crealnciers eIt Is eranneierrs de Erwill ( ltlings. Sur lecture et enrhgistrenelet de la petition et du bilan dens ealte sffinti, Il nt ordonnee iar In CoLtr qe nleaecranniers de L. A. Erwin, ,t de Erwin & Eulings, nsee runirtet en pleine lour, le Lundi 17 Juin prohelain d t.9, pour y d6dlui Its rmisonn, s'ils it oant, ponr len. quelles le dit L. A. Erwin. tent polr san ctmpte par c tneuliler qnte eoime aeeocib de Erwit & IBlings. ne tes if alt pasdlechargl coefornttnent i la IlO ; et en aenlte temps tonles pouusnitte centre a pernonle et lee bias. If sBne suspen uene. I est de pIna ordIonnb qne M M. I. Elimns and King solert itnutubs pour repreantner lee terlaniciers abslInts. Pr oredeesd Clunr-sBursa duGrefier, Is Nouelle It Orlia wA..LNaai 1839. 't 27 talRaw A. P'ITOT (issler. tFLOUR -G94 lnIOsis fein-sr u tennilca Pernt, te r tale by G. I)OILNEY, 44 New Lenee. ci"? fi-K. MUIFFAT'S VEGEAULE LIFE PILI.S are ¶ U.? so well known to the public tllat it is lhardly nte enerory to give a detailed etotemOet of their oto nold rd ose. 'hte tollowrirgartieloe eilt fully convince nty otte Jot0 oftlle elnioe the lotorter up,htt tile Iublic to placen for cotnfidence in his prtlprations. Lo From the Itlrnlpden lWhig of July 1, 1837. Mnoffat' Pills andc Biller.--The last Jttrnnl con- Be taine nddililtenl te.titoonv in favor ttf tris higtlo pely t- eoty tnot intvelmtilnt. "T re peieyo:s rllte I..ottlol WI tootort m la i lt etlppoIn" Itl letoo trhe Iho ototeettto. tollre otleit tl Iotter oC I)r. hlolDt tlllltots tre tilr itStortillog itP ceetifi- boa vote follor neighbttr tiowlvs lnoo otltrs ue n t l itntoily ll t tie aroiteloa e o:itttltentiltt. Thiis it vor k.id, old wen ro Irma eIllue i nltlln 0 we ttithr inthr like hllictitla withl hi Sltt neilhttr of tIre Jeurnel, to call on Itoll tiet. of In tho inereinri, cate aney Iboring rnllr yimtilar felif ficnltiec It ioo naich hnotve en sveeel re Ibone potM rt ilowleesi, Ihey I have trie lesionily tIn ile "pieculi a odortednest" of It eoremdy to tit elioseasco. The edi Mo cvit os untuortedly o soveorign oresly. "h LETTEIR FROM S-AIIIEIt BOWI.ES. Tile trIlnwionve'ctte iA fro. Mtr. lorwl e. Editra of ItA tepublicran anid Juuraloe m, StitPllt fihln t-v. trI' oRINo ICto, JIrtrIC Il. i PtT . 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II .ildl~hdi~xIt lllllli-·P ~ (Illil.P .UI i1,% l!.l ý_J cured in strtrr, fir ,salle s h, . I) lllRl+.ý ,o21 41 -ew l l V eet S Ip l.t , II.\IL I. \ W ll ( I, V\', 'ly'i I'a. lz It Te"' '; + I..\"I-t l '-- "' .- lit i -' 'r "'" E r i lt I( : I.r t l - ht llr 0I 10, o y n TJim ayll G iloi6 4;IY,41Newe. li " I ., ( Ou il 7 ' i eie tb ciott'nt'l- m ti L Nlt It (b t iter. , ll" l t t' I i r I Atts I t A LA:1, kouler t 'h- "l 1 l { l I DE51.N 1 . p o cl ai t ks i h r i n o )t i trlrl r, k Y i Illt y ) lt. ilit t I lit-s A" lll f+ 0l.h l anttr n lar i1 lr ll, t 3 10 ti't. JlCineti-y nit- iit e NAlltdrN I.NK!oJ, Il stri E &'l c'll ll31 y 'Ire ll 1s Is dketI Itk e1i t, :1,I I ln a tnld ri:o A VThe United l a Y (I tt'l.r till rl'Co , it I tatlld for salo by ALEX. T')\V \I t, H ] lll.) (ohN A. C u)I)r'.\ I, ', ( aIhrtror F i nrtl) N r-0t- ilt.lisv o15,' their siit' , ai.d t hn ptualt y c haerallovlhat I - (;:.,d , ilo "it ill,,ir 1W. leav,. aor New York about the .1 Ju . Taee it i" " w A9 llwih Ellllt' m t t ha ir i alittetrs' to call anid le e their ordr plo ittTlliS t to t tt ti . I11Uy 14 tl I SI.O'l t . --I,5 .a t r s-e..-, sI, clothi;' 1i , 1 3 . lioS Ship .1. I..i', t"r .dr hy ..... it... ..lt.tltIe-rI ar c (_Itr -rit., s? s- titat, ha be glea fa el 'e ry. d te pa le l ns. Io Bele AU I).\\'U1N D ES ,l1" E 151., I ES oasNariJteoars ac t eso qrCveas lv e tea ie fo l atlyae I l r sses ear New l. ,alv rr ' L' I,-1- tO a l' .li, list'red, fu r, Ir u:, Is by SII-I.a &a ITRAC)\VY, very sll lior dot, hnI, pe ked ia ou e dozn box+Js, mllaNy 1 4 21 t h|t 6 q lres Stit. COM31PA N', New erle url , lay 4, 1039. T HE Storkllblderc ore hereIlr notified that thbi able on the Fixtll of June 1839. u~y 9 F 1. TRACY, Set. - BUREAU I)LNSURANCI DES P)MP'II.I., I)e La Nouvelle Orleans. F.S Soaleripteura ,ono lrevetuua que le 8t6tne in ialilueat our leur souscrlplpunl dn tdu:et payable nol le 64.me do juin. 1819. E L T'RACY, mv9 Seo;taire J) dy+4-lr-¢.ka brown Sliurre y FVQOK. lt+ s lille S. . , .. , o -.;, - -Y. • ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Wt t +:,o r+.+.., +" STATE OF LOUISIANA.- ity of New Or. E L3 iuans,-Be it known that this day before me, Joseplh Benzakin Marks, a notary public, in and ken for the city and pt'ish of Now Orleans, State of pare Louisian, aforesaid duty commissioned and sworn, fne. Personally camno and aplpeared Messrs John Sit. O vcnson Walton-John Iall and Archibald Brown Stel Boin, Carpenters, transacting business under the liel style and firm of J Hall & A 1B Bin--lonjamtin ot I' IHarrod and John llughes, Carpenters, transacting rod business under the style and firm of IlHrrod & oife Hllghes--Jolhn Thoman Osborne, M I'l Thomas, -J Freeman Aninable, Joseph Wilder Davis, S.ainiel Art Morrison, and Daniel Babcock Clarke, all residentslo Il of this csty, who declared. de That in conformity with an net of the Legisla- . ture of this State, approved on the thirteenth of do March, cightooeen hundred and tirty.soven, entitled trcl " An act to authoriao limited or snnonmtous part. 00e nerships, and to regulate the same," t ey, the said Its appearers, have agreed, and do by these presents s 0o agree to unter the following limited or anonymous imdi partnership, under the cluuso and conditions fol oni lowiig to wit: Art. . Tlhat the name, and style, under which cet said partnership is to be conducted, shall be, - The pIl Phoenix Tow Boat Company," and that the place Co where said company is to be located, shall be in the Ida city of Now Orlcans. Art. 2. That the description or kind of businers fat or ilndustry, to be carried on under said style, by pa the ldir. ctors shall be to establish and continue to i Ion run lone or more tow boats, for the towing of ccs. q ses, rendlering assistance, corryig freight anld pas. o n sogeors, and tiny other business which may bt' -loe lawlil for tow boats to perfiorii. Art. 3. That the alnount of the capital of said pe company, shaill t one hundred thousand dollars al each, and payable in cash. t Art. 4. That tito namlts of tile partners, and thile amount each partner has contributd, is as fol, to lows :k Sail Johnl Slephenston*Walton, eighteen hundred and thirty five' harosn ; said I. Ilail aud A II lBu, or sixty otn shares ; said IIcrrod & Illoughle, flrtiy one shares; uaid John Tl' oas Osborne, th tilen:l shares; i' said Mark lthoima, telln aores ; said Freeml An. '1' lable, telon shtre; said Jolihn Wiler Dalis, ten di shares; said Nalluel Morrison, te all reslR; altnd li Daniel Ilabceltk Cl(aile, tet0 shares. Art.: . ' i hat this ipartership oll all coienl ell rn . c froml the date hIer o, anlld the sme shall thellritilto I its eoperatioln aolld wVid til its concernIs on th1! ithilrte.tth of Jlune, t iglhtt(ln hnildrtcd anld fhrty. S thrte. is Art. G. That there sthall be three direcetors to transact. ttl htettoiiert of said coip1tnoy, and adloi. re stor its concerns. Aut.7.h'ltht lw Ipoer withwhich said direcr is lishall beil vestled, l ll Ie to ect fll i oUi anolll l: t tlI celtll ves, tit ir own pr.esalent, old fil i I a tolll i t. eles, oid a mitajority of whoam shll ito mulnit are I hreby invested with full power to roel'v amd pay i ull moniets, anld toi do and c:ll:lae it be d ne all thati is enquisito to the ilotlindetiotg of th bu.lines o said ollupany-anl d the Uv111 osnltl by andl with trhe it consent ol'a mIlljority as the directors, i, esipowtr. te il to issue th oll t i . itor ot1tUs if Sttid otIIpiy: I It all d mltl do, p ocdltrh ses or, cntrla:ltls Oil behalfo,. caili IomltpaIny, cualittrniglled by it CletL one o' Ithe t dhreclors. Art. 8. IThat the time of duration of tite metice of aid diretctors t hall l, folr one year; and thtit election for the tSae .hall hei hold on ilie first Maon. t day of hdly, of each and every yur during tine ex. istncee of this plarttership. I Art. . Thatt when said company ihalll have ir. rivled at the priod when it into ex pire, ill tile con cerns alld lU lrs iof the inolllon, sh ll ae \ound Iti ( and liqu dated by ucch directors ou may bU 1:, oflice at tile, itte Art. 10. Tht tlle powers to he exronisend by the Directors intrustled with siuald liquid.titon, shall boe as Ifhlows, to wit:-To roelivo su Ih surl or Sume, as relay he dlte to the( copllll ny, alnd VIvO ne qui ttanee or acllnilltan es Itl rri tir, n td to II ll the propeIlI ty o' allld companyl , elihei at lprivtt satlt or uIllbl ciiirI l. nI eil n ll terns anid conlldiltio i ;s 1.d tiheml may o.kC lit and advisable, tltd to pily thll debt of i ; :11d CuIonslp, y* SArt. 11. That the dividends of the lear protfisht. Safter payinll g iltl chairgor alnd expllndi': l res ' o IlI, Scompaliy, shall be declared an l padi ti the steel. y holders, Ilon the first Monday in JIly tu l elac :lind ""' .V" y yea' r dlluring tbe exlatenen of thnls partnlrshI lirst rserving toll per cent. of the protfits foir cun SArt. 12. That at a gencral m'etlng ofthe stock. to hilnder, it iil es lid Ireg ltl 11ton ret gari s tltl I nmhulll r of nnIIte each stlm.ck.h lders " n1m I gt1'€, ll iany io thel all t r relative io th t wl" il: tX t, cor l-i. ioalyll, not contrary to ti he regolingl n the Ish ,ll l te red into, sod o ti r les a It :,egal odotmii aI0.10 hi saId ,i h it II lhIittlill o n IV t 1 1 ' ..li l tl . it Ilit i h,. bindin g kin he a td b al neu. . , te...... Si tt I I e li S ! ),.ln,' k ill]d .C 'd, ir ll .v :,."e, in tidleft, : i' N ,.k and \ . 11 l'!, ttn , . 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I .e: )( .!t "iaerr I' - - . ; ; 7: ; : : - . --.. ' : _. :. 1. Ik-I.N \V\I;li.)i C A It 'O1 .1 i ION Ill ,,,,: Ir, h e t 1't nu :nlin w t)h," ru d.....lit 'it' ~ :lyt Iti oIl'rlnl; CLt, i ,t2 briCIA i iIA IN ( l ii III I .'( toi to., tutu t rluec~u'll r \ah fa3utlics Jr i vid sl ili, Ofp in i \ u me itC rrltn. u:l - u e foulr story \· .h:-e utf ih J) il tit te ltriol,,r by t II ORSIA Curmollv' sir, 'i Its roliquirv 1u the I: ý·l nl!: q· Howl tun 111\1· it en iabe fit. f1 uardinq hou c. I will I!e let till Ib, FIRE: I Nollth CI: Cull ': 1 V VIew (-r:lilt bib i fot , tt ,T). º®11111 F: ý11111 1~11 del. of this l1-1 (1 1Iilrl : ... -It. . f looititoo,u l foqure s olo b ly iu uld: ti::nt . lullur. OU .aclt shatru utl n before the %Irt o .l~ ~ ~~( l)OSFX 4lt Not tieCti't'r ffce 1'bitloiieipio the orbrigL fo .1.111 f l p aim e 839 , aNdl'' for sley DAhIt)) FNI: rkI Co 1 O'IM 'E - y J I t i aooi tg fio ufo Irtoe hund gosk,,,itoo I or this o ('ti t top. all .i.rd ,i -IIs o i~rt , loolob:-t1 Itrtbelle ilt lro tl buslu been ccll l D 9 t in -. l le cent. 1 IEI'K l, !ambit, lorrsale by G )()IRSI:Y, _ 8.1- Nbrv Leveec `% IIISKE I'-- llu brig Islidilg trot-, stenu Illl t IV Uotumbus, for sale by ~ llU ,jt! G ORSEY, 41 New I·OVCFa 111 ýý Philaduelphia per brrig L'Oliert, for sale by tay7 SHALL & BI1I)WN, 96 Mlngrxina at Useful Knowledge, for thie year 1839, rennvnd and for sale by - AVID, F 1: P & Co,, J l\IE J.U1i> landiagg fruu Haesns . in Fniks,-Imir TAT DE dA IsUISIANEIVii'd do is, nouvelle Orldans, devantr mai Joseph Btlenz. ken Marke, notaire public, dans at pour la ville et paroiass do la nouvelle Orldans, ltat do la Louisl. anne, duoonent oppoint6 at jul6. (tOt porsonnelltment comparn n Mesleours John Stephenson Walton, John Hall at Archibald Brown 1licn, collegues ntgociant loenr afflires son Io Litro ct forme de J. Illcl et A. B. Bein.-Ddnjrniino liar. rod at Jonan Hughes collegnns negociant lacrs ufl'tiros sous lo tilre at fcrne do lHarrotd et luIghee -John Tlholau Osbornea, M tlrkt Thomaa, Freeman Arnablr, Joseph Wilder Davis, oamoal Mortisotn, at Daniel Babcock Clark residents on cette villo qui declarant, Quo conformtoment o t on note d lan Ldgiolature do cet Etnt, Ipprouv6 le treize Mars rmil buit cent trocte sept, tisitlld On aclo n pour an'orisor lei ae. socitlinns litnit6 on aunoyte cat leos dgler," ceux les ties tIdnoins ant convenus est faits par cos pro. seas convient a ourtlrr nla sivanlt association, liln itto oiln tonvool seos leS clauses at conditions qui soiventol voir. Art. . 1. Qo l nolm, titro ct style soes leqrual cett cotta mpgnio sera condito, serna La Cum pagnio do rcrnrquo Pholenix." et la place de cotto Compagniei , scrn deas la Villa do la Noveolle O(r 16ans. Art. 2, Quo la description o l'.iespOos des af. faircs tie indtstririni, trecoondtird stius in date stylo par lea disectours, srla d'dtiablir at continuer courir tni oU delx bateaux do ltemorquo polir lo rmilor. quant tdes Vaiaseaux, tiltd It, at porntet f vt ou pas. anogrs el qurIrero autre afs i tlrr qui scrait jurst pour ' le bati nix du roemlrque tlo execullter. Art. 3. Qeu tc ronteant d capital do ceotte comr pagnin eers calt Inille piastrso, divin.d nntie millo actlols do cnt pliastres chlulu et payable coutp. Art. 4. Quol Ins noas des aetionairne ct I tanll..· tant u titoraltorLeaettnuaire a ecoltr'ibud iot cOlultiO A tit Johin Stephensoltn Watson, hlil cent trento actions; J. IlHall at A. It. Bein, osoixnit at cilt nciionsl; s Iltarrotd et Iluglhe, qarantoe et un alo lions ; A lhomlas O.orn. lrtizio nclinns ; i Marlk Thoiaune, dix actintis; l .hietph Wilder Daviso, dit aetions; i Da)tniel Ilahloelk Clarke, tiis ac Alt. 5. Quo re ctto compagnio coellnlaecera do ctti: date, e t terninora lcs opeatioaIS le trcntiJuin mil heit cent 00nrrunto treis. Art, ii Qu'il vy nulra trois (lil'returs pour colt, tracter lea asltitr o in lit dito llllpagniio at eLadnin. istrer sea ilnilitis. Art. 7. Qmuell s ponvoirs dnlt sera vetl los di. recte'rt, sers dt'1iro parti eox tn PrdaidOlnt, at do rclloir toiute. p'aces VteC:oteo, at dont lI tiljo. rilr u tlur t I ott vell vr, ilvo ir do reccvoir et do Ipay r too mr tfioie, et faire- It canuer a 6tro foit t tietl qrei CSt r t.lll h Ir iitcoi:tll it t. nillires, ti la i teditt c' mplagnli' ; et ! to PrI-il,' p: t tL tivec lo con. Isnt do !a majorit( hs ta irhreti ls, ast autoris, do Y dotner l pllatSostl hdo :i otat Iompopnie, pour bIII sII' l 'ii' In u , :ltII oir O entilll l oll , ir llo part hdo In eito coumpagnie onti it(nd' par fu moins till Art. S. Q i' la i't ( dhI tI.rvice cl s dio e ditrece. • teturs sera illo n, at gowns eieletion pour to mi.me 'rf i lent le I o le crutier tlo idi d .hnill~I do ci nque md pndat Iexiotene de trtte enpancit.itt Art. It. Qic g'lanid leetti cunoepagic tcra ILt SiiV(t au terms do son expiration tohen la= nfll'ireq srllont I luidit-s palr ls directuotrs on olliee on cuat lemps. Art. 10. Qi l' piouveolr edtt o serort vnus ten dire c ntetr coit6 itiv .la dte litsidation srea cool.t tn Ill nit avotir tdo tl ecvoir t i t tll ,Ollllll te durt Ila c llmpagrliC et l lllllner quIlttallo p lr o1I u llnie, tL do vldreto li l pro rlit. doh la lilt comipagnic at S vrllnto r'ei(l: olln pll qu c minl voilntI i prIprs el t Savisnble les ihrictr.'I':' ct do payer Loute I hes d6. ,'s' ito II ti o iii rr t l' l tro + ersrtCriirea doehtroat. At. 11. Irr'. leti d.i. enitit do 1t i ro't lils si rs i" aItvoir pa ' h II artll" :1l rltoi tl tie3 l ' itense. i tl ieo ' IpaI rl il er~nllt d e.,ri tos r ri payes i, 'ii s ction c aires yIt p mier I~ Ii , t I 'ur lilh t lia' c tlle .nall l pen. daiul I'exist,,s , le t, dol ea compll)tL i,. prIilnollllell el t orver\'alt di:x our cenltl d, ph(] i, pollr Ics iasual. t 't6'. Art. 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