Newspaper of True American, May 29, 1839, Page 2

May 29, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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d~ Eeiii, Afr 8 lQ L l&(n'pRi a dund. l 9o:lud Iln neild fir inaliice. Some +ti guf -0 ntl mo reogie* Ino'i Il1 a 4.ojlsI' rn lighit. in Ace ctluoet Ai i ,4iei b *elrmd' bhni ttheiClo a Ji~~e. a ru will be in jorn qka 1, 0ii ftitte . ei4rlitn iolt chirdenc. l-a be noM~ Irt Mii llhicntuiep, Inuring ons thni 1811o -iikntih i I a iii n oen oreinc nltvate tiio, nu, elitikeottee bog in pinking giant mI~ne. among the 4.ietlukb2eth ia New i t. dor heavy cotton In lige k el oheoudI r lie nerotusk improvine. '1lieehunionoAralaene haunromi oini werely iiniuint uui ituut Sorter andil 0 ulm, thue U d senathr.r "' thf.tierke.Aie, inllusoeiueg of ileA tllb. Itlippiiiil olid .3 li nule 0,'t ltl mn rredlit. tolkuiur in ori ejlaýi' 8leb geim ngIila nimroee niii re enimd certain .d...h lioiPr ideiitlbiloml vet im1adelmt firm payment. no u 'lre or ii yred iii nfgnmer. The uSonnoiirs omiitted tue 1,ucoiutuk mornogega dllly receorledl, on tbh Ith elati. odrult )1iok Juolhuifhuilie eooglv p.ckeied 3ul,0b0 of ,brimld1, iilthiut pryinug e root for ioiii. .gumui Hnmiltln will cnil oin the 13th if Jlne in tii 9rriii Welorernnor Europl, io negotiatn the Ifioeiullloion hif 1rTeu hods. mcateat pten~c. Chtan.. .i4 t to.. p ......t7 York, do 10 CHi·mmIID May ......... I I : ·L'h ' 9o . . 9 ::l.... I I .lid*ll. Alau....... ... 111 .)alial~rrdo .. .Jl....lla. Iuu ...d.......... 1 ;~o0.,1; OF NKW (RIEANS. CLEA RANCES. RMay 8. 833 Sh t tI.;l., Kil.g, Botot d, Steu Ta.Oll Atery "lilllCilPllllii. t.,estiw, N.w YIle, Rect & Uirstow arqueeCh el+. Etlt. Nesw York, M iteeI ++4cbr Pomplto, Mloli, Moublel, lalster "clr Petu. AiIo. Newelurypot.t Frotbln1ghem " olar LButte-', Fardlwortb, Alr Hlinfla, J W Z.:kari0o AB.l in ARRIVALS. May WPlt IP39 Toewoet Iltelaone Dos, t , om N E ra.. htein, towed to ,.a llip Fne.el. tetrt bClileu,. irltlo tend EKoeiuc.e., return. ': to the tlty h.itk dtitt litbrl*e Arelor. brit K.htwb , and, , he lleri.e, US ellllRl telltr Columrbia. Len the lr on ,.* l.I 'c lckP31. Rep.,ret liotbit4 il tight eN the bar, • tielln in river Tow boat Sh ,ek Thrlb , fit ol the . E par., Ihtine owe.l ' rlelillp Nertll Allleriee, Tl'llit...le. beig E.rielh t and :..lr VeroCreaii. relurard tothn city wt llt dll eor,,lno,e ' fir t)Ulight; Mlineva .id Sp echre "nenua and Eltg.sgn. ".IItthelaret tlt insl.,at IO A.,1. Reporet.sbtp. sod ihbrg I,',dll NilbthigplW. Ship ChaLerl, I.rlter; from thilavro sie 14tll April, to tie `,1+lsr Ship Archer, Moe0tdti, 20 tyo n PAic Pliillrldphi to J 2 iten•re lrigbtdKtRttt Wbalh.O 8dyt fr L.nol, to J W Z.eckn Ise A cn ttrit n)roJino, En.ltmal.23 d y e frolm Bettoe, to S & J P :.'Litarv Sihr lelleur. Onrbler, I teleTy from Cnnlpeilly. to J Prntl Shrli Encgc, F:iRct, 5 dty. tirlc Iltluat, to It irollinig . Sebr Ds'igt ttow,tt trot StiMark., J W SVtilwll 4oc. ,rhr tMierva, Eddy, from e tteikup., to , .t ster "Ut Govret.neitet. packet sohr Columbia,, Leluwtre, from St Otbr Heronie Freer, 8 days fromt Port Al Prince, to the Ohatee S teator KoItley, lay.i from ellefel.be :tioalle Pekill. +:olk., from hayoe 'Ponro Ponno tcuane"r Alec Gordon, iordo,, frolit Opioouiet EXPORTS. .: - :TON..Per ship St Lluit..Cargrs, 1(10 pigs leed, tonie t cwt lnd 12i tI pig ,,on; 2-1_ .actis are; :ii2 b toe ettln;el4W l. hI. l pork; 2.:1 hd atid 2 hibt lo,., lristle; IlIll hags wheat; 1113 hb's d Ill kg. . eird; 2d 6 t iour; . 37 h .euudle..i 2 a... : .V SO" K..hlr ihip Cihcdnn.,ti..Cllog 5218 pigp lead 43 , hles ielsS: 4 do weul.:l'J bales cotton; 5.;11 holP. hemp; :OU micks torlle; 11 hdill aJ I Illt sugar. ...........Per barqe Chlie..Cro, .41141 pigs loat; le 0.1 hr. Iapork; inti balescottOll; e1611 k.e, I idealld 2 S hlPd lecrd :':ORILE..Per schr Pompino..Cargo, 1I bll h.out; 60 kegl lard S:;WBITIYPOI'P--Per eehyS27 bll perk; 507 kegs ield, onea hds eslt. 6 be iolateseet )IAVANA..Por schr Iutterfly..Cargo, 1041 he; lard IMPORKTS ::t' MAEK..Per .lehtr CtltmbiO..Ce1go, lavnl .tores, to MN J Clarke .........,...Per.tchr Delight..Carao 2 baleR e otton, end ,lot wood J Y Stilweli & co lORT AU PIINCE,.Per elir Itteroille..Cargo, 5 toeli top . e wood. ih bgseco8ee,J W Zackario 4 co, and 0oler lA VRE,.ra shlip Clirloeis,. Cago, wl.s Cidee; srnr, t oer ' '.rhlldise. to Ot Gary; E RouEeeler; Br,!ecd 'e love;M tloies; HII ertard; lydle & Goodrich; b Petol; Cordeelle; Soule, Viger , ceutTIolse A Ilerriere, miter and order PIIIL,ItELPI:tA-Per .hip Arcser. Cargo, Isurteld mcr ehenedlee ebaudiss LAGUNA..Perbrig Kaalnbse..Cergo 120 tons elgwood, 10t ht.ahetp; 100 emptly I agl; iotR J W Zuckhrie BOSTON..Per bI Iti Rorodile..CCrgo 160 totl paeing stone., aed alsorteld merchldie., to uIllldry eCOsijgn el*. CAPIEA(CIY..Pere chr telmura..Cargo, 50 tone logooted 40 tfrtmes to J Prat. RlVANA..Per ecbr Etaeog.hil bellaet AT ?lAPAo,. teer eehetltnerae..Cargo, 65 hdl eugar; 97 hIll molatte, aordor RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE l.eulll iet. Per etulmer Rodnee,.CaCro b0i hls ugear tant bhoh .t 'Tbomploue I2 do .urke. Watt & eo, i35 his morac e. IB l;-.,rd; 48 do Brider; icKleane 3 Wrtgnt; 4t do eyup, c <,,-;; c, i oard Hrt oenon..Pep steamer Pehin..Celrgo. Ill lids epgar , ;,,;ih & Thomlpoe.; 63 hite etel 3 Id.l eutr aidO92O1l lle leos., 45 iles cottolll Hellllett. Ferrtiday co; el Ilidt egtr ei·,: 2IR ietlrdcr.e owsne.r eao olie d .P)t)ti tus i..Pecr rtemor A (inrd.n..Ce.ce, 34 Iales cotton l e,, eteh ,]1 . 19 hile; I hale moe. C 'lt'ed.lea; b ies i ot i.. itkate., Aberlatlly & t.lula; i haledry goods A Duffer CONSIGNEES Pr. , li, l orodino,,J Minturi;bI Itelr.le. & ChIlmrs; Ieen. •ehue - uties; Valelltiae e Htddlokee II tonen bul' Jetelt and A'.ihe".i;leelt,.ri. lon. e & ro; t l. Illee; G,;ree .", T i)eoarei, J It Hillely It It t'GlR; WV Ht -Sueleeo ee. Godfry, I.+.tclPr . SIIu:;l; e Hlla , Wnt. ieu; W Fr, et; W II Fatler; .F i S %%I, ci; W 7t J tWl~quet It co; J Crosy; Peer e .oltl,; l'llt/rielgo &eal; J A ltlerle e: co; Stti.tll .e very; I A thir·.ilt (;iodaldjreYo,.,umtill & .,; J W .ilwell t c& , (: ID,,n Frost ,A co Io Ilyrne; Loed, & c,; T IC U0de 9 Io; %v It Or l; I oe b I G obt.; Swail,; tlHchituell 4 alllp.on, i"pt u:iJ older P.ASSENGERA Per etemmer Rodet p..J C Iiller, I. Verrett, Block, Tarduile eid G'heurt I'c, sta,,mer Pekin--Mre Clitoe tnd fPalily; r SBhll Is, leIly . " ~l, ty; D cr addy; Paltlere BWls; Thilllll olle J C Blaty p Y iy ,d ftlldy; MieL Wlllitllte. Allen atd Smithb. MEMORANDA (ilo verty low end fatlin rapidly • NAUTICAL1NTELLIGENCE. .4t :.er Yk, My 26thb. be.lao., shp Rlabt Inocee, 61om 7n1 .. I l:"Y. ArrllgOeIon fomn N. 0., 13 dayr. achia I aL 1.wlrg. 111My 21.lA'r oarquo Solom0on Salters2.0t's .1.1, obj 11..o Wayoa, 20 duysban'... Tbh .ah, Woav, ._1 I'(1:1iZalpkwa. My 21.1, Are ship Italy, (1 day. benrr. ~It. c.IYL'l~couL. ,{7~ The fao stdui;g 'hip Malrs, Copt. Castle, Swanl.43111 hale. 11(tto11 to omple00 Itercorg.,. is For frflagL of obioLl, or1 peneege, apIply on ,.IOL4to i Ied & .IILI.i, 1y `2( I:unlc'laea F"k F:1it ..IVI Cf-wi lnr/y 11 petlcab Leuii'illl Ol at N, w Yeri I.Iaoel l'eklel.l. Thle euppelor r'l"ll r loos1 shp1(1 azu11(11,n / 7'raok, wil Le ready to tr'a in regt o Illrrolv, lad will soil 0111h q'iwbk dlo'LlIl. I .r hlgllt or pnolaaa.sIs.alge h 11(111e g 11,0n11 1d10l ll, , (1(117 In lila Clj,1ai0r 1111 1,11011, aIer d~ X'e0 111b'a (lay. 4 eta ortto JA Id Est1t. ILLLE 1, 74 Cutup sl. 17 Tbho aza in a vary dleiralIn ell00.31111 for t sellnaersl ihis l.0(11'11. lila o 1ta, haingl i llgollly per utbij. 'Cal :( 'AVlN-6(1.O(M1 lb..Cijnrienali 0(1101, 1on i(ding of fhbo.e, aides aod abouldears, 01 bie 0111111', per .at boat. Fur aule by - LI IihSEY, :nay28 41 New LIevee PjltI( SSAE~e-%i rule., first quanlity r\llhrbrn itu , l handnig bGam Palkrtllci1. Aui-.daman. Al 11y to1 'Iptllia 1 hooard.-u..e tier belao the V1 'l'g11tu1l11 .41r Ilull 7( 01c .1 IIrie tl..=8 .1 by I l 10111 lhsboaoboaiter'e t0, 017. 1t ' . 31. t. II ALEA~ 111ay28 73 Ulllllllla sll.ed0 .jalo ENlh.N 4 I . aroins of lCri, :l, nndl 101i o1111 'U fillip IYlzol, will be s11d low if t1011 fro11 thila '.eve. Apply to, JAME B. Ii. OUIiEN, may28 74V Cmlllll. I Il' RENT lie ll 11 punt 11f 0 Ibahe thesory .. 1111110ho0se Nu. ,l)'I'ohuulaatljlll (.0 s110e. Poo, £015iou giv0n onikte 9111 Junl. Al Wli lVl 4t ~L:3CKETT, Campslolreet, near Jala.--or mavZR 2 No. 13 hOilante Io.'ia 11t I.10il4Fnee Il KE:i.eZ(1l canon, e 11111. ling a grllerel a-ultmoal tif llnelnll (1111 (Gina IIIIollas 0d1 Peortn I-, new 1nd labhioooblo iandinlngflll Brlg Woo. llenry, fers.Iloby 1 611B1111 & Ca, 134 (n(10011a St ilIF71ag urge 0l xnieeale (elaivet and lot a '· · IIALL &LL116,dA N, 96 illogaz oe at UII -694 brieiiiading falomllateab. hel Pen, for, rby fl. llOlEY: 44 .tnoeIeeee . oil? ,ACLU-l28 bunms, 8 e, 12 i, 31 a olIllanld l Ip 111p1 of 6ario00 brandalsald qoelitiba, for sole by naoy 9 1 11U11)GE & Cn, 134 (1egazinoe 0 .outs-4 hig bIan tg fr00 0tal81ter Vandalic, lao sale by ABIRAHAMI 'ftl'IEl. onoy2 - 04 Grovinr atI INEN NIIIfTel GLovean & Suipendeen-Juo6 re 00166ve I by tlte arrivalt, 60 assortmenit of 61,111' rn.a000.1, a11101110 stoob, glaves, ald eosprelea., at tIe 'dolarf, cornoseof o. Chorlaa aod CllrmoaO rl 61010. B8l1f dALLAN. 1. iANI'-I n iW-(11 oflrnlcrlilua Brand!, vintag '.L 1r O1110, 1urr1ia by 1'PALL N: BRIWN, iO( 1 a8 10 IQ sl amay 1 NHALL dIIIO 7 " :"- 4 10,leadina foe m".y! " ` NYA1TrEY 7 Calmp Ai or la b aria .at i Oe taapeclio .<AlNew Laesa. ALEY. ToWAR, 49 Cbamp e 'i urLI, 00110616a, la60Ej 4f g 8tmBt. for sal by *A ,.. _ A TRIER, 311Unvier' IIII 'iRUt ll _ 0I1RICAN. . undo PFAITHIPUL AND BOLD. asp t Offital Sournal of tiep 2 fltunlfcipalltp. ie PUBLISHED trict Dalily, Trl-Weekly & Weekly. rin.. Call 'frMf OK I LEAN :Sl ty" WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1839. &e' any Amos Keoralll, the base tool f corrupt executive ty- May rnony, has vilated tlhe spiitl of the Post licee laws by TI issaiug sunldry tnew edicts, gring to levy w ithout autho- of th rit, fresh t..xes frm tie pucketsfr thirpeople. He riptl ihas intruteId lhis" aIwba," to rollec posrage upon all ord sorts of!etters, and to dicontinuo the practice of allow- tolioa ing abatement upon h taxilu eialldes. Was there ever cill amore wanton infliigement of tbe liberty olf the citi- insti rzet To secure a few thousanldollras more to the sale, mcnmte oftlrih dealr ltlret, this unprincipled moinister of a p.r Alartin Van Iureno, Ihrs ope:nly invited aggressions uIpont oflth tile citizen from thie wicked and evil dettrpeId, and all oa with the ultimate view of'bringing into discredit the then inastitutionor the Post office, and Iplacin at the dispo. fries sal of the party, a greater a ounlt of fnds tfr election- wea errig purposes. A ian's enemy tray by his outlra- asli gentus mrulation levy a tx npon hint lf five or ten dei- co.u Iars a day. to tile advantage of Atos Kendall. To ture avoid ar vexing adilemter, every nan will be olliged mayt to cease takingi his letters r the p nd e patnthO result Anm will be a transmission of letters by comiera or by pri- h eot rate handa. The miscreant who Ireeidos over tlhe do- T parrment at Washington. is too much wrapped tip in hi up It conceit to see that tlhis ew otder will only tend to lessen is tn the reaveneras of the porst, fI)r the citizen will never sob- tOit mi; to indigniti.s tlat this regulation will moset surely t rrodut:e S.t Rut this is not all. Amos has fund that L'oyd's csan List is not a nrtettlper, sartd hi , givnrr urde. to charge un letter pIostae upon thlli jolurnta. ''his vaoluale ship frer lnes penper is extensively taken i tIbis country by tile t'tt Ierihalt, the ship on nor, tie epeetlator and the pro- in N phetorsor newspapers. Int all timies er.tuofre, it was par considered as journal purl.orlirg to give ertain kinds Mre. of news. Itis as mor an 'wsp.llper as the Globe. aid But n'importe. It has become utes-tary to inecrtas t the revenues the tdeparten, aotnd this odious systern per it resorted to. What tnext? Doiubtlesaall tieshtip- erte ping listr of our own country will be assilted. The price rorrents will be itncillded l neg the porecribed. 7 and to caplthe climax, we look fir an order charging the leller postage on all oppnoition joournals. The govern- nill Welent enlopale ofeolnmitrtin trhe atbove actt is capable of antly sets of trranty, oII m.etter fow lmerlnlt, anol ao blind are tile people to the wickedne of Martint Vail Va Iurean, wte s-hould t ttin surprised to see thln suttain tiro hiim int any violntio whatever of law ad co, itutitional lie rights. see Again,-by what right does Amos Kendall discon. rte linle tnil roeles and post offices at Ilia pleasure i They ItO are cleated hy Inw, and tiough the teoporary power di mat be vested in him i t ruspend their operatiorrs, when they prove extremely unprofitable, why does he not cot report them to Congress f.r their action. Verily, in- i i atead of proving fa Ilesing, the polt oflice is a curse to Soe the cornty. PNeirhborhots oi ppoarrd to tel adminoin by tration, if they are tl:inlt peopled, are reaet'd with the Itmostl cte pt by the Plostlnater-general. Their right to share in Ill e btelrfiti of the po-t is denied to them and every ohbtaile thrown in their way to receive WI letters or palilpe dipaltched hit: ir. Add to the-e yexar tle tiner tile gr'at mails are sio i'frogularly tratrmitled Pli that thIey have almost ceased to be u matter of inlterest. i The heaviert tles are levied upon tile eontractole, ea - P peciaily if they beolppcoition men, for not doing their duay., oill in nenrly every c rse are thn y prevented floam perlforming their COntract- by thll intentional net of t ei some slave of the department, instructed to throw obstau- le cler in tile way. As tothe corruptions of the department llself.--they are I higher than InOlllltai. and more Iumarous lihal the sands of the s ea bhe I. There have been no reports from tihe Dead all Letuoroce for years. tIlle whose pockr t go theI treasure Sthus collected! Are they used us a party furls, or ate th.y Sthe perquisites of the post-master genrarll The rtepreentroa tives of theipeopl are rd Iard rto riht of kollillg, nad we ing are constrained to helieve tht tilhe proceeds otttha doportment are used for llnawlul purposes. No ono can learn for what 1 rcause til thousandst of removals Iof d,.puty postnlllstels hove oft eaen Ilade, r hI Irmany h ve bUen removed. ,A1ov Kendall res refused to iufurol C.glrers, yet prevus to rho elrtion in SVilrgitia, his "sub" Mr. Juhnoon carn make out a packet list of deliqtrluet otlicers, a.d send it to the Enquirer at Itichmoml,. ftii to be published for Ithe adifi utilln of tIllshe Virginlllan, with the fo sole object of doing away wthh the Impresston that proscription wit for opIlion's askL, ever enteled int,, the paty of Van Buro.n. Whell will tis interferenle in tle t ita elections by the Genle ral Govmelmelt te put a eall tot Every body knlowsr Ihrl mre thal Ithree fourths of theirelmorsi tr of rltu o.t ttidopRadepatrent of have i seal Iiade oni the prilncple of prose riptiun. Calluot C(:olesse ill Is lpower compol tllo stilate and centullcio. Alos to nuiswer to their equrles? ell If tlias yrtem ollTfreakirn d.own old usavsr, of violating the fll spirit of the lais, of dictal ion. of lev iavio la esw . ltout sharodow of law, ef.appag lthe ve'y fouudation of our ( nltitulions. be ch pIersoeved irl by Martll Vant Ialulen and his obsequious nnii try, Ie onlly at.eratioun fr tea oppr.rsed people w I ibe to rice 1 iu thleirighllt ad dlleo f(otl high piace, thlsr lyranllsr , mar tlli easts aretlrivta lu thosh.ulttr. There may bealimittothe qu tyrannyof a majorit Let our matiler rrelember thi- say ing nod not guud ooa to resistrane ia long llarerlng milority. A coanmmnlo crt ed ariticle it the loui nanlianl of the 27th illustnt tet ouI with a grand ll urish of trumpetl to es tabli.h the tr.t.h of the statemenets m the Muyor's message, tnd p tr consequence to blow up the positions taken by air. Curter, in ltltllanswer to the 3laytor. 'i he writer it esidehtly imljpresaed with a very Iligh opinion of his powels of argument. but unftrunitely for the cauee wltch he lsha undeslttken to d'eleud he has only succeeded in establishiotg its oeokunst lseyond thle shadow o au doubt in the judgment ofithe disiltterested ieed.r. Let tusselect a liw sploeiments of this clhutm pion's lmade of dlelnce. The .favor oassertad inll I t message that tlhe, square of ground inl question was the object of a double suit. lirst hb tweea Ihe U. Slates andl the old city of New Orleans, std secoUdly, bleteea the first and second Mlu.diipalities. Mr. Carter replies a th it bhoad asser tion, that no tcuit has been or is pending between the two 1Muniipaciittes in sefeteaer to ihto etu re. Ilut the Mlayor's friend colnes it th: asanul boldly, anl bingos with hinl ti hIt t tof ff'ct, i'f nt of bay'Ltns.,t. Is prove that ithe MayorL is right and that Mr Cuartr is wrollng. Now, whlt ale these fatcm ? oimply hre'. IThe first Municipality on the "9tl of July, 1:16, re solved ltutte the secetlti .tluoici,ality for tile squaore.in qlt'tton, aut d l-acordiigly an attorney owas upploited. ''!hus tar all tas well. lBut the Alalyol's .tmllapion admlits that lll tsit wsts brought or wa penldig, sld arues that the Mayor w es js"itied in snaing that the property was tit objeter of a double suit, because he hars proved all intention to ua' Adlllirable I lt The Mayor stoaed t Ito. maessage thtu Mr. (Cttter ill ptsed us atlorney fltr the origiaal defenldants,, il, the suit Ipodi a betwtele' the I'. State- and the ciry of New Orlean . Mr. Ca'r;tr denied the allegation, aund ass. rt ed that he alppearle as thle tttorney of the ecold Mua niciliality, the suecenanr of the old sity in this suit. ''he Patrtlclua ol the Mallyor, toI put I. Carter 'owno, .iteo the words ,ffe )elitittthtllllS: To the hollolaola I i II.IY ,av(. -I It Ctll Ol u IIU o +oa vr.. ,lo l ' i _(i .I .t.1i- 4 c. Ih, epelitul oft lia deftludnts in n thepaits nia l il ubhte title-, r'peesented by :It' ,tecontsd luoiatipalit, &a. &ed.'' rr, ctrie, cries ths bt'rtcs , lake that spear tuln never dare to oppose your hunt to tie Mayor again. toat o hlt sn hs ht ''hta' wrse rtpreseoted ? It sustains .r. toater's statemleat, Ihot lie appeared as attorney for tlhe successor o tihe detlldnll, and niot s coulnsel for the detlndrtsl, and therelC'fitr e t Mayor was doci ,dtdly wrong iu .ayiug that Mr. C. acted withllout legal authotity. AIr. C. 'dducestlle law of 1636 to prove that tie seconl i.,usieillality is tile Istcessl r to tle old city,land his authority to ac:t lur Ihat sueeesso CrI'nt Le que-liled. Th'lus is the !nayur' chaelmpion caught on a et of his Iown spreadiig, Thlie .Itayoragill sta es tlit ncglotiaiitnso for ears had been Ipel g between tihe U. tat e , city, fr "the puro f sling thi et , &e. Ar. ally 00(0l) to lrcure a.uh' ~f that •game by LVCarn( nl the g.,v. r.,ment, oad th oilte l t soon ofshe id Ma icipaslity w.a E';r sa eb.ary, 10:17. Ilere the two inltales are at i t. 'I'te, MNuyr's friend addcues a I'-. erfrrot tilpinl, slicirtor of the Treasasy to ir. lidet to prove that the Mayor is right. Alr. (iilpin a y.. In answer to your request relative its the sale leto, I take the liberty." dAc. Now between the srd lot"an" and"I" there is in pareslthlasis (Ihe squlare so ofes nmentieonled.) This is an interpolation, ns s onl ltheconstet of the remasiinog past of IMr. Gilplin's letter, he ievidently talkingabout tllh lots of grounld btlow Coanal treot. Thul is ithe position taken by Mr. Carter amnply sus gained. And even aupplosinlg lir. (iilpili alludes to the Ssquattre so sltra mentioned" i s hi i letter, it i uot be renmembered that thisletter bears date '24 May, 1839 asol reats of the question of sate and the dilpoitiot of the proceedus which ars alter the city s as divided. Mr. Carter says that tli* ayor was in error, when he allegtl that gtirler pestioned for the appointment of an aottiosneer and notary. The mayor's friend asserts that he made no such allhgation in his imessage. at ever notuwo underslaude hlie laonguage jl which it taos k'aweitirta, ailfi.#rly 'alkit, lf i hews uutlanima It do with tah Frnch eson of thei acssge. Oar business il witl the Angle Sanon diu stnent. The chaimplio sayi the passage reads thuas: "The Mayor undermatnds that atn aEti;oneer and a notary ad Lee saep tbe appUoiited by the Court." Now lthe passage in the Mayuy'e imessage,as published in the Louisianian ru thull : " dr. Carter presented a petition to the Dis trict Court, praying thlat &l. &c. and that anaue tioneer and a a utary ad hoa slould be appointed by the Court without rise participation of thle rat Municipali ly." In the French version the paslsae rune " de Isollrndalont qu'on enelnleir i&te. decait errs nammb6 &r." Now ailr. Curoter's peilior dues not demland any such thing. On tlhe question at issue here the Mayor and hia defender are both in the wrong. Tihe writerin the Louisinian ansserts that, by a ramlutioa of the o11d lunlicipaltiy, doted 13th May, 1835. the irst Mui. ripallity) formally admiitledto he a party to the sale of the l lot "so onen mentioned." This is an assumption only worthy ofus redoubted aknight as the msyor's defender. The reo ( lution ill lllestio does not admithe right of the let mlunei eiplity to tile proparty.but requires the Arst munleipality to institute asit aglailnst the seconl as soon as posslhte after the sale, in order to te tile justice of the elasi made by it to be a party to the sale. Does this look like yielding to the claims of the first munir ipalityl Such ure the pith and marrow of the arlgments adduced by the alleyor'champiuo to demoldah Mr. Carter, and sautal his I friend. They do not stand the lilghtest reltanace, but Io weak are they,that they fall on the very lrat approach of crit. iailm. A to tile assertionl "that the tasnue of faliehoods and maliaal llnt contrurliosll ill the True AaerikL will lud the coltempt Itdlservoe," the writer has only drawn an exact pk ture ofhis osn weak attempt at holstering up the eroris dothn mayor. Ite hu only to suhlitlute Louiooaiatu for True Americant, and the dea riptioa of the erticle under notice will he complete. a 'The question of right to the property in dispute will com up to-day before the proper tribunll. Ifit be decided that it it municipal property, we are ready to defend our legal right to it agliustauy elaimi tlt, at any and every hazard. It the evidence elnited before the court in th cese ofthe U. States against &lr. Gouverneur, il thu followleg chdce ars r ceau by Teach Ringgold. Mr. Goverueur wls ill at Wahingl ton during the willter of 18.6, and Mr. linlggold callin onrthe President paon busilo., was asked by himn how Mr. G. w., General r Juckron n epresed regret at his (Mr. G's) not being in New York attending to his duty as the business of the de partmenlt was grealaly deranged. Air. RioggoMd observed that Mr. G had colme onto ge bit ahi ounts settled. The President said he knew that, although Mr. G'o claim were just and equi table, neither he nor tihe Post Master Genleral had the power to allow ihebs. 'Turning to Blair, who ewa reading a newspa per in the room. th President said. .'llair, can we allow Gov. rereaul's claill? lair rellied,"Poob, no, certti.ly nod" The fourth valllun of Lr. lowditlch's translation o tile Mlecallilae Celeste, is in lith press at Rostol. Thisl Sill be agreeable news to the Mathlematician. Mr. (overnvur has addressed a letter to President Van Bseln, in whlich it appears that he made rivs die ticrt propoiriotmn to Kendall, to settle his accounts. But because MAr. at. would nlot disaclos to Kendall the secrert o the Hamilton loan. K. would not listen to them, and sued hint for $160,0.I0. If there he anomal more stupid than the J.tckall, it in this said quondam editor of the Ke btuei Argu. The paragraph originally published by one of our conlemposaries, annoouncilg thle arrival ol Gsen. MAlnomb in this city, after having maade a treaty of peace with tlhe SSemlinoles, lia est all tile Northern and Wetllrn prints by te rotls. Moot of them swear vengeance against juurllal that pohled off so good a houx. The U. S. Gazellre ays that had the letters of N. I'. Willis from unllder a bridge, beaen fouod on the banks of the Tiber, thlty miglht very readily been cancibed to I Pliny. ()h, MDr. Chandler--Mr. Chandler, oh! You oight as well have called a man of straw tthe Apollo fdlvidero. "'More alt far birds tails," an the Van Buren party said, shen the Van Iulren Council ot New Yoak elected a whig ('lerk to serve thetm. " flow they did it."-N. Era. The developments in the late Goerneur aose parti ally explain. I''ligs as they are."-Boston Post. ,A peep behind the elertain of the T"easury at Wash. ington would satisfy the most curious. 7 That Sciarra the rope man, ought to be drummed out of every ciy lie goe into, for his exhibitions invariably result in seolie ami( itit. The, b ly of e man, slppo-ed to be the person who f-lloverboard from the steamer John Randolplh, was found yesterday at one of the Second Muliclpality [IPl)on' t forget (teerg Ilulland'a Gala to night. Tar. our advice,go, and you will be aure to get one of the prizes. 2 The Ohio river alovs C'ilialnti is too low fur pasa ellger steamers. Travellers will therefore be cotlll pulled to resort to the stage route to Wheeling. Thre sccs, ... from the wheat dlistricts contine to be cheering. T'he Van Buren party will carry thIree out of the thirteen districts in Teanenlese for Cougrese. Short I quarters these, but the way the whigs are going ahead is aetonishig. Gowder)' pro'perty, (wlho does not know Gowdey in Nlst.ville, is lshortly to ie a Id, "stock, lock and bar rel." Vauxhall and his mint julpes go with the bar. gain. Ilope (Gosdaey retires upon his laurels, to enjoy CnnantLr. AtMEsIlCA. Exterat t oa leses sfromt Trusillo, April 9, 18t9. SIsh. political horizon of this country is again eloudv ald moat gloomsy. Civil war hsil gain broke out, and it is dlhllssn to foresee when it eay ettl. late itates a Co-tn ulesa, Niraugsna and Ilondurssa ieaving sprm un rced thellsstves iadepemlent of the federntis, aSld for t reform of the wlhle poiitsctl eystelt. Thel hosatile par_ ties have already met twice in tile St. Salvador, and both lIen routedul in tsie respective hnttlee. Morazan is no longer President, his relln having expired, but con Bintes as generalisaimo of the armies of tit Repultlic, and is now i the Ihe.d ofths Federal troaps. Contsi butions hIave alrearlv hegant-trade is very dnll, and shonld it he likely that this stelate of things will cantie muah Inger, we mlay be inluced to leas e the country t altogether. I'OI.ICE RIEPORT. Slersa)ts 5IUlstsC r.ry--R nrr.nll's Couuy. ,inV 27, Nicht. liorty l'3sre al its \t m tItads,drunk e nd dischaiged. Arlllslnllla Dewrva. labl:illne, tIschllarged. John Jonlesl allif (Owens, drunlk, vouchel for. John iKeeler, drunk, dislharglt . ila, "'7. IDas. Jnacoh Ilrefford, lellisg rlolhing, bound to Criminal Til leam boat oir Mleade case iin coarse of eatllli Drawni Nslsnerrs sit Ite (ransd sInte Lo.etr, Class 43. t 27 71 18 II7 9 16 7 51 31 J' "I 5| Tlll I1DATY, $9,000! Iligheet Prize! Tickets only $d 50 GRAND STATE LOTTERY. I CLASS No. id, a:xts.. Atlinrirald by the L.egisIlture ato It,.' t.ite1 'I's te Drnis, Thii lire, Mav 189,t9 I2 ats , .:ne ,li'. as, as sstssllatle.eairs ti.eolns iaei. t S DAVIS & Co, blainegre e 75 Numbers--l2 Drawn Daollols. Splendid Scheme. 27,311 I'is, nlatttint to $11 9,t83 'ricketr $ 50-i-lnives *1 25-Qtuarters 63 car. Paeknees o'e23 i sickets for $62 50, warrantld to draw at leart $ lg; Zi.ares a projlortion. a Inr l' ackaies or sinele 'icketr. apnlv +llMay9 At Managers office lt Chartrees SNOTICE--'Tlhe pa.ket whip YAZOFrfua New I(lmtsigtta e .rill sIeao attend to the receipt .lleir i froll I.O f IREW, Captai, Wllitiog re, i :low dist, hargseitg U a)aita the Orleans i.. s n'r. Les Cnsignees wsll tiaae get out their pi .Iermitsiutnd tate:id it til reeipt oftlieir goods. may 29 S ;J P Will'I'NEY, Agent. i'a ibOI hit --Ti e ship OIIA(LES, (Ca.p Brrews ter, front IIavre, is now discalrging, near tile Rail Road. na (oollri.anelre ar ictliarly requested to get out their N paertit itoillsnt delay. L Ii GALE, may 291 93 Commnn at U S ilKEY.- ht lf Il tneslilrd in sres tor leisy b m :9 G. DORSEY, 41 New Levee. - . IACtON 6IIDEa-150 ceask Cinchslti ccured, for 1 17 ale by l; IOIlisEY, y may'9 41 New Levee d, $10 REWARDI at c An\A WvAY onl the morning of Thetursdy let, the Mn l• 23,1 inat a \egro man named TIIh M As or Thise I.egarse; b ,ort 7 ,era o age loIst bnilt, iva feet two Lor hlr:e inchei higfl, whikersl a.d beard unslhaven one of hisa uplt r tront teeth out, and a Rmall patch on the back ofiih i head Ihairles,t thick lips nsd stltterse wee he sptkEl; ihad on a bleac silk hais, gre linen trousers wsite tcutlet sirt aid miit blue tinealt jacketiss h been seen several times ill the streets of the first Mnni cilrolity, hut is supposed to Its harbored by some indi. di vidual. the above rewsard will hei paid far his delive- a ry to ttle, or o ihis beingl placed its itu. Al.t XANIJKR (iGRANT, Old Leveeat d New Orleans, may Itl8 I i IN TNI PAPERIL.--160 leims 4 a 36 inches, p landing from shiip Yauo.. ir te by to thayti9 S G BI.ANCHARD, 33 Gratierst et Ir HREE second hand laes rHOW (CAME.fior .1 coumers, for sale low Ty B IIILOWER & Co, mauy 29 .o 17 C.mp ,at of to Ilow d'ye do?--! beg pardon-Hope I dn't intrude. Iftvn(t htd thu pleasure of seenc you for some tilth e Wishing to let all my friends unow all te news, i thougit I would just drop ianul read the following "CARD. CAMP-STREET THEATRE. LAST NIGHT. FOR THE BENEFIT OF GEORGE HOLLAND. WZDNIrsiDA, MAT 29, 1839. Gee. Holland respectfully ittfotns his friends and the pubie, that from the kind and liberal patronage Ie. stowed tn his short Suutmer Canmpaign at tit Camptby i is indtted to mke the followilg nrrngementa by which ti ia "letun naty eecrtt a SPLENDID FORTUNE!! By simply purchasing a Ticket far the Theatre, on the alvore evenitng! ii! To secure so desirable an object, THREE T'ICKE'rs 0 'GRANI) REAL ESTATE-LOTTERY will ble given to the Public as follows: In purehasior a Tieket for the Theatre, a number 1 will hbr given wiil It. In thei onrse of toe perforasance. tihe orresponditg numbeta to thete given It the public Swielt tlheir Tickets, will lhe put into a wheel on tihe It Stage. Out of the wheel, TH REE NUMBERS 't will he drawn, siod the pertont baintg the naau nte Im. hbers to those whilch are drawt, will each rereire n Ticket in the U. GRAND REAL ESTTE I.OTTEtRY. rI by which the holder may become the io-se.sor of Real Estate lrotertv in lithi city, worth SEVEN HUNDIt I: iHOUSANI I)t)LLARSn !! The numberor of the Teckets purchaed for the above occasion are us lollows - ts First prize will receioe the Ticket No. 75r7. eikecol prize will receive teTi.rget No. 12937. l'bird prize will receire tle Ticket No.7138. In order to give eneresillslttot respecting the N ditribtalon of the prize hab drnwitg the numblerr, a SCotlmtittee of tltree gentleensa wll superintend that 3t Foer partlculnri of the peMrfoemttce, ree Bile of the day. rTidkht I st.-Childrcn 50 etc.--Gallery 70 etl. Purchasers of two s hildren's tickets, or two Gallery Ticketr, oill be entitled to one nntmber. b I Bla lbik nows open.c is N. dl-Peronso Iast lie very careful of the numbers rreeived with Itheir Ticketl, for it case they ehould lose tlhem, they cannot lie rerp!ced. Shtuld this be at the ce,and lther bei no claimant fitr a uuutbecr that is Srawn, the 'i'cket will be given to a charitable Insti SIf ntl recollect lant Sunloer, Geo. Ilulhltd gare to splendid Work bIox ot the last night of Vtnxhell. whOichl was disposed of in the ttne manner, and I had the honour of presenting it to Mrs. Lott, of thii tn city, wlo was the fltunate winner. aNow, odly consider, should yol !l srluecky an to win one ol these mIckets, there is very little doubt of your obtaining the or Capital Prize--ithetI am uroe you will he obliged to b te for alliltg- yttltr attuatnti to your future prosperity, and how ha.apy I shall he to rereive a general invitl It ties to drop so ovcasionally without any fear of in s trudin. vtrViighing nou every success. I ucn your mult obedient servtnt, I'AUL. PRY. I'. l1 Tho tttn.kit lthip Ocmolngee li no Uw diihorging of plp.,rilre the Vegetable Markel. Consignees will please Sttend to the receipl tf their good., may 28 t B ATI TUBS--100 Bart Tube, usorterd sizes, for 50 art reduced prices, by S. LOCKE & tC:o. Ito mtay'. 8 Front L.eree F I.OUR-- 8 bbls., land ng frott ttneitboat Rnthdllph. For lsitle by A. "IttS.R, ly nmav28 34 Gravier st I )tlT.5' thlEA It)--i blle., lauding f ott nenmboa: I udtlptlt. For atale by A. 'TLIlIlt, manv 34 (iavier at EG.1R '-Oi 0U,.CO--20 biUnt . airsaeb A. TRIiI ll, Thei I'acket rhip Althnl is now diuchaging hor cnrgoopposite the Vgetni.ble laket. Cunsignees will m.nope nltto t, te reer-..it olfthir el2ui. m 2l rlilE Iron li, intboat Iteheoca will leave tbe Bain at the thdl f ihatNew CNnetIl, every dav, (except Mondays) for, lie I.ake.a follown: D)elart at 5 A. It. I ieturn at 8 A. M. " I.A. 0. I I8 P. I. 2 P. A. 4 P M. . 9 P.M. And on MONDAYS: Delprt at 10A. Return at 121 P SIa'. A. - 1 4 I'.i " °1'. M. M. 9 P.M. mnty 28 B. (I V, E 'nh. .L 30 to 60 lb. ,shees c f Brxier (Coipper. 111110 sheets 31) to 61 in. of 10 b. iug Cppe. tl51,1 shpp etslllmet '211to 60du. do. do. Jdo. st reivo, ad inr Bale ,y alay i 'n I Front Levee Si1 N tI,.A [it PE-511-0 il e, 'L.oerted ·i+ei Manilla Rlorpe; 75 Mnoilla Mllns, arsated, rom 4 I-2 ts 7 1-2. lr asi.s by S. LOCKE & Cn. May '2U 8 Font Levlr PAINTS. tIlLS &e VARNIHIIE--5~0 kegs iNoi. IlI and 2 White Lead; 3010 tanister Itrome Green Paint, grlnid in nil; Black do. I.inseed Oil; Spertn do; Pull); 511 blrlie. \VWhiting; Cpal anti Japanod Varnish. For sole by S. LOCKE 5 Co. May 28 8 Frunl Levea LUOCKE .L C I., No. 8 Font .evne, have in store a Inrge and extensive ntaurtnlent of Cpper and Tin Ware of their own In,tnacturn , which they nfer low iv whh,leale. y naun8 -.L.,UK--R 65 brie. landling fruoi stenmer Rulolph. For tale bly G. DORSEY, may 2" 44 New Levan L AIRD-- kegs anuperiur I.ef Lard at tle lbnding, per Flat boat. Fr sale by G (iDtJHEY, may 28 41 New Levee ` F 'ATE Oi LOUt,.IAN.A-Pari. Court for the Poisih and city of Now Orloans. IPreselt th lion. Charles Moaurian, Judge. No. 11,831, L. A. :rwin, in alual :isatody vs. II:a creditors and tihe crediitors nl' Er n & llolinga. Ulpon radirng and filing tke paoiiont aln 'hedule in

this cur.e--It is ordunered by tlhe Caolt, that the cteditors Iof L. A. Erwiin and of Erwin and Itnl:ng., di meet in open Court, on Monday thle 17th june next 1839, then andt there to show eauas, ifany tley ihave, why the aoid L. A. Erwin both in It personal capacity, and aa as a partner of the fir of Prwing a& Bolingllg ahuld not e ditharned according io law . and that ill the 1eantinu all prmeeudings agailalt hi propertly and per son be stayed. It lunlther onrdered that Elimuora &r Kin, Eqrs. Attorneys & Cnunsellura at Law, he appointed to represent the absent creditors. By order of Court. Clerk's ulenic, New Orleans, SMa 24, 1IRc9. m2i aw ARM iN PII'OT, Clerk. 'I' T DE I.A L..O'rISl tN E-Cour de Psruiitae i olio r a e 'aroise e Is ville do I Ni.uvelle Or ,~anr. Pr1rsut I'Ilou. Charlres Mauin, Jaug,. I.. A. lrwiul, llllluttlunl detenu . conlr seaetl tancier et I ns cri ,ncierd I o E rwin 1. Ihnings. Sua lecture tt enrkgitroment die In petitin et du I bitlnam dli celte afftire.,il est.nrluol par In Courquo le" can t 1.r A.n r ne deeL. A. Erin, et dl Erwinn ,c liul,,gs, ne ri'unei, llnt t p reit Cone, it: Lualrli 17 Jlui, pronlchin 1139, pour v dlboirer.l raiyni , 'j , p-our e1 - quellen t it l.. A. ErwiLn. tant pour ioll colet) pars tunlierqlle colnnle nsoncib drt Ie ri & Ilolinga. ne sa rail pits di-charg eonrllne uent a Lo i i; el lti e,enoa tnmls oatlteu.r cnturett uotrne an pern ,nlo. t 'e bien. soillu suspenues.r I let de plit ordnliw qua MBt1. Elinuore ni I King nserr nommns pour repraeelter ali ,:riunueier en aelado. I'.r ornnld,e Is Conr-Bnauu do Grelljer, In Nouuelle Orleans, 24 -lai J1839. 87 mai 2aw A. PilOT Greltler. O lI.K ANi .ITHOGRAPIllC PRINTING Of SFILE, 5.3 Magazine atret, opposaite Banks' Ar W GREENE takes pleasure in anpe.clnlg i o t a Irilcnds atid tlea citien of Ne'w Utleans, that Ie lint at lergth bronght Lilthography on a ier aIth ronller plato iriting, and fromnl tie tat ijieis tie art lina oiver copprer pluto engavinig, he call elsent il il olrders enlrustrd to Mitn, at nun hInll'te roplno,: of engnravintg ald talyn ita cheap as tyle priniint. hIMerchanlts washing Circlaers wJMoi + in thbi- ow"O l.and wu•tilg, num hn.ei lly qnotmoit at a few IhouInr no tmitk; or mlley 'P ·Uclmec11ed fur the int a btauttiiul ,iii. If, ,biapen lnctal e onmmnislauon holnsea it thim 'ilAu.' ioutlaeln d,.irous of having Viitina or Buni. twil Cards fifiulh'd il tile best munor, will co well bh calline at hIe ilite tiud taee aeechiueta. Fet. 1,1839 N B-Bank notes neatly eaecuted, and ci.cularl, printed at one houur'a noicn.. TAI'E OF ILOUISIANA-Parishl Court, of tIme Parinh and City of New Ornaen--l'resrnl the hlon narableCharle. Atnurian, Judge. No. 1191 Inaac Eoionual (in sactual custody) ve. JIma Creoditra. Upon reading and filiug the petiliot and scheldule In this ease it iaordered thata illelting of the petitluer'a erna alturo dA take plbce in ulun court nt Mlonday he 271lh of May instant, tlhen andil Ihele to altow ealase, if any tlhey have or can, why the said luaac Emnanlmnl ahoull not hb-discherged ancording to law. Im i fi.lurther or dered that R. IHtnt, Eq. hbe nppoinled to repretnt Ihe absent eredimorsu, nd in Ime meanllnme all proceedings againlat li penIrol and property are stayed. J1y order of he Coaurt. Clerk'n uoffice, New Orleann, May 4, 1839. myfi td AIRIANI) PI'I'O'I'.'lerk. I¶TAT DE1 LA I.OUISIAN --Cour dc Parnieti , J` pnur la Pnroine el Vible de lI Nauvalle Oeleans' parentl I'honrhln ilCharles lMauriil, Jags. Nt.11791. Inase Eiamnel ((dbteIl) I. se. n rbanclie,. Et luant 1 p.aint Ina petitinl Ia peitiimn at achedule dnaan c ae--11ie-t ordonnitt gmumtn assamble de. crb. anciern aura lieu. en plains cuur, Lunldi lad Mlni emi. n rant, putr nnelater le eninuna, a'ih en nti, pourn ui Ie dit Isae Entmanul ae aarait pan lih.rb ltalh In lot, at il plusa ordonnb qu R. Hunt. Esq. anl noalttt pour r-. prbsearter lea er-nciersn absenta, et penadant en temda, n anotl prnocedure conta sa parsonna on proprihth stra *unpeodue. Par ordte dt In Cane. Bheau di greni, ht Nouvelle Orlenam, Ic 4 ni 1839 my ht A. I'IOT, Grefer. eso wll known toethe public that It I hardly no. e +. to EimVA detailed e~tremslt of their value and urs. 1hel.lowlg artile will fully convince aly one Jot of the claims Ibhedoctorh upe it the public to place f confidence in hie preparations. L From the Hampden 'hilg ofJuly 12,1837. MIobal'e PUI and Jiluere.-The lt Journam con Be taine additional teatimory in ramsuofthis highly spert-. int ianveaion. "The p.rla ot'lhe Journal wasn aliot l slopped" to aonornee the oestinyO. Sae ont in, th,. nao e oa Dr. M afat thank on sot O nasrtilg the certifi ti clate ofar n-iglhbor Bowles, and ofra us a quantity nr Hi the artieleaW eompeuatiuon. 'lhi is very ktild.sd wae F promise the mometl we labour uldpr like mofiiclilon with M our neighbor of the Jiurnal, to call on the agCnt. of In the mean titEe, are any laboring unLer similar dif e fcuIies to theose which have M seve mly borne o upon Mr aowrle, they have his testimony to the "peculiar adaptedoet" of the remedy to the diseeue. The oedin M cit ills undoubtedly a overeign remedy. LETTER FROM SAMUEL BOWLES. ne The hillowinr letter ia trrl Mr. Bowle, Editor of ttoe Republican m od Journal, 1prinofild, Maon. Sentnasoct.o,Juls 1, 1837. Pt Mr. Moffeat--Sir: Ii. onw thirteen yeorl that I have ilbleted from all iofirmity ol the bowels--the cota qernce, ds 1 luppoer, en severe illoes ofu infanmmatory e rlimulnutim. TIm nlatorl action of the bowels is lost; PIf . feqellt and evere iinle occur, wilh much weakness w Snd deprerlion: calthic being sneceeary every few oi I nys to coutlteroct cOtivenesa. I hlie conaulted good phyicianll, ond have tried almost all kihnde of |ills ad ernilad, whiech s.rced suited to my cre, i vain. t Du- o Srintg the ot yeor, I have boughl sait used severanl la Ies fyour " Life Pille," llta have found more enefil froot to ltme, moreleliefanrd adllielnesn to iiyo se for a length e of time, than fromn any macdiinet I have yet tried. se Yours, SAMUEL BOWLES. Ia For sale in this city, at the corner of Commolt and Trchnpituoulue sa. mym 18 Ig . NEW ORLEANS & CARROI.LTONRAIL-O -D iCOMPANY. m nUMMEt AIIRRANasMNa Fru Tog wcEnIsc . thes. Fmrom Carrulltotn. .lOnl Nw Oerleanl. I HorleL.ar at 4 o'cloc, .A. M. Hore Car t 5 onloot, A. N . Locluotee ir 6 " Loeonmoltve ' a t "S " t at 10 It " ati aI M " '1 * P. M S" " " t fArfot'eclh tk aCr eaa he obtaiusd by payriI 5 dolt Isr for the Trip. ARRAMGIN O ear SUNDAYSI: f the ctrl will leave o the i mets Ilt in the wesk day it MtIIIt I oclotIk,' P.t. whoa Va lLOCO tlliVe wil leat Ctarrolltoin every hour, ulltil o'clock, P. M. Fr tile accommodationl ofpellonl visitinlCnrrtteat, ii tlhe I at So'lsIck car, ald whl. ily ult wlh to relnail thereo util o'claock, the r o thal he tteetofre left Car,olltol tiut 6 lo'loCk, we ill remain until 4 ok, luk stbealeby lluoin tihelli ne hour to ejoy the pleealut wolke ofsMe o tbe moat heuitifel Oar dies in the United tutIet. sllrlpronitoinl by the L'-omuotVemult pranide thaesiclcs Swith Titke., thie culldtt., I hal ploltlio directioal o t to t receive money i lieu thereof. i r TliE JACKSON AND LAUIJURSE STREET CAI t SLenve tihe head of J.cksoll street asl t jeluck, A. o ., Cun II s treet tta. o'ehk.ocad run hourly. At tl o'lork they wil eommesllsce toleave each and aevery hll haul, until I 'lock, it PI P. M., fomi Jck.onu ree ald 9 o'clock frokm Clual street, ti- .exceplin t i o'lok, L'. M. frmu Cuital itrCeet. 0 It i particu'arly rique.ted thit geatleoln will not put t ttheer feet upon the cushiuos, or smoke i the iars, when Ldiesa are presetlt. II Oies New Orlea.m and Carrulltol Rail Road Company, ad May lIt, 18039. JOl IItAItOiN, lmay 18 Ciueft'l:lg. N. O4 C. .It d 7y CIEO.IN DE FElL he NOUVELLE ORLEA.S ET CARROIILTON. to Arrangemeno de I',hr, pojur eajnure de In leninie. d , De Carroal ton. De Int Nile Orlean. i i Chr At chval, a 4l1s. A AM Char i clievol, .i 'a A M n- Locmollve, A l Loeumtnulive, 7 " " 8t 8 " Al rS A . "I " AIT " it I I " 5 rg " i 6 a A71 es Apte 10 heures du eoir, tn peut oblenir tn chur, en aysnt ceinq piasrec pour le voyuge. re Arrangemen poet lea Dimaneher. Len charu iorilrola 0ux melll stll ll ltrea loie daIns lea ii. jolrs de hla allline jtqi' iAl helre iro l. Utio luc itiotive purtira do Curruollton toute lee bhures, Jequn' a t 8 heures du auir, et de Ia Nonvelle CirlJloa.iti qtu'aI t r9 laeued do eoir. I'our l'ogtlmioeti de personnee qui se rotldetut i Cor, rnll tt n p :lr le c n u d e 5 h e u re s , et (1 I oe d . +uire n t p ns v delnoeorer juequ' iA 8 iolurev le helr qli ptaltl e plir. llit de Currtullliitti 6 hlerutl, t, rcter juqu'l 6 Ileurea, pit Ourdunnerle tetps de jouird'one prottrenade ag A ak in a len e Idle beau x jrtlius tdes I:ltlt Utile. o L.es i.eronnee qui enrtirttilt Inl lai ioolllOtivei dry carout als procuer tied hlileet, attr.lu qt'il et tll.lidu en ouu ducldteure de reccruir de l'tgelt u lietu de billete. Chars dee Rues Jackson et de la Course. Cad r'.aris. prlirut de la rie .Ck-uo tiAl6oarer, A. .lI. lt de in rue du (Canal A 61 blelte du il.tie et courl ehaiuqot l Iheur.. A heures, ilts I arrtant t outer leadeln hleures.q.jaep' A heanris dl .our, de It rue JncsueS, Ptljuqu' A9tlwh..nrs d n Lu rue duICaal, e: cea6e i 8j de rue du Canal. Lu.s M ienaats soert pIrttculieoremunt priese d ne pae duns* les chais lirltq ua :er sllltnls I'y rlluv .'ut. BI.rea de l ClIo llie do cht.tin dti ltr du Car rulltul .t Ide It NOuVelle UrliCe.l.. JOtllN Il.A lPt)N, elit;1 Ilhgettieor tn Chef. "gi'E \IlIShTEIL VASE--Nltly t-ugrteed onu mlnl..tl card,u.t aceuii ied with a 9Iemuir of 1r. Wl,.ter a.d r a briuferlracl hI, hi.. eeeleclrted eplrech ufl1l310, with a atelltr of lie V.te, lur sale , wlolesale unlld rtil, No 16. Il attred el. Als, a minieitlre Limurless. f Mr. Wehbter; al.o i Declaratioru .f lndepuedetlce, uith foe suiiles uf tIe Inan.ke. ull.y 1_8 E .-TAT' DIE I..A LOUldl.INE-Cour de Pfruiere p12 our la pl.riese eu ville de la Nouvelle Orlllana l'resent I'tluuraltle Charles Maluratl, Jug.. Mci 14th 1839. No. 11.774 M. Dubo vsE seu Ctrancierr. En mtion dte iL. W. Butts, Erq. eviust ,our Pin.. Solvable,eat on nonltrau l uile rreur qli se trouvat danl I'annoncu dernier pour assembler Ice creancier ,r el el coullcuhrtne de relerreer I'usse.ullu'lle n' a pius roe lieu--IL el urtonllu par laCeur, qu'tlle aaaemble nouvelle aura lieu aun blreau de Philip ae LcComte, Esq. nouture, en anledi Lu 15 J.lio 183tl q:and st o.t d n ve dehllere str tlea i5lire do d leliionleaire et prendre etn considertioun lea matibtes eolntenues dals In pelitiol. Extrait du regiolreolet, Burean du GreLfe, la Nolvelle Orlens., Mi14 1839. mlI 3It ARMIAND Pl'l'tvl'. Grelfier. 'TATE oF IoOUISIANA.-'ariL. Court lr thle U Parish and City of New ')lleane.-Plresenlt the l.,norable Charles Matrain, J ulge. Mau 14t, 11839. No. 11,774. M. Do Bose vs. his CtedLtar.. On lotioLn of ceu. V. Btlle, Eeq atfcolessel for the insolvenl, and LpouLhowing It the eourt lellt on error uha crept ill tle nltic cullinue g fr a meetilg of crediters in this eane, tnd thai eoniequently oaLd naretig cannot take pelace. II i orderedLL by ile court that a new meet. ing take place ut the office of PhiliYppe I acnle, IF.. . tlollry pllblic, tM.olturdlny Ite 15th daiy of Jule, 1833, theu and there to deliberate ot Ihe alfire of lhe p*eltiion er,an take intlo conlideralioa thue alltle, set forth ill hius peIilion. Extrelaroen the minutes--Clerk'e Office, New Or. leans, May 14, 1839. :mea 17 31 ARMIAND PITOT, Clerk. o A'U.h S Eitlel - -410 rikus r aperior Cicotonue )r eared ill lter, fr sleo bk G. I)' RSEI', n,27 41 NZ Levee. M ETI'. I.- Stout Egich bllterell sleel, hr y ale ly Uyp 21) dlIAI.. & IL OWN, 16 tltlgaeine it .IUTI'I.it &l LAI(lI--IO0 keg. lard &50 do nape. Srior Western ultter, ier ale ky rE tty6 G. I)l rtltEV, 44 New ILvee G) A i''-N ll)ES--..llll. c. in .tt.....r st l .. 17 .3y _ 13 I11)KEY, 41 New Levte P IRE9I"0VEM-4 bohuta receiving frto New York per *shil O)onte. lr rsale by mny dII l.L&L ItlttWN, 196 Magazine At " D0 . WIN Il BOItIKS. - o C AOOI'DI'S LwiLn.g Iluok hfAitol.al Art of FIower l'lOiltl in ater eolors Ilnrding's Early IDrauing Bauk utnrlnn.a Ju unile Artist Till Eklemeoletrt Itwil. nhtg lok Andritew's l.eano. int Fler tainting Thl Itle . ketch Rau ik, S let oel2t eris. The United S.alles lrawinte BIk.j.te recrirved al for ale bhy l.EX. l'tOWAIt, ilay 16 49 Clmp at ,ORIN.IuN & v t.I)WlJLIN, (68 Chnrtree ertee . I respeetla'ully infro their frields and tlhe public geherollvy thet E God in f llthe aeeow firml, will leave fr New' York abot Ile lIatofJulne. They invlte tlhos lho Illay wi.h g trger mad In their mesure to call end lenuelhlke ..- . ..,: 'nt lihole. may15 i tlj lay 14 G (lOILSEY, 44 New tlene. Cl.lt'lN G 15 as u see.uoutilld clolh·g, leading ,from ship Mt. LOuis ftr sale ly Ityl I BI4LI)GE & Co. 134 MI·eh:e stl `L' EEL l'EAr4-J not receive~ua how ggt(.Uillutu Eegle4wou Perrt9a dobhle puatelte.lJ pens, for elebv IAVIll EIt' E Co, tnl., N Y ltationer. hall 24 C utres t UNNY ItAUS-3,06 (Lowly bhuge, 6 r slo hy may 14 S4t. J I' WIt HITNY, 5 Cum ol NAILS-0oo Iuttstte arceted sioeu. for le b ISIIALL & BKRO VN, m21 96 9Maggeine at 'rTEEE"L-6 luc ti blisteredin t, far ale 7by SIIALL . li BROWN, mw4, 96 Mogazine at TNK! INK!! INK !!!-1 nit reeie twele gruciof Svery sulperiolr dti. Ilk, plcked iu o.e dozen boxe., for sale oyJ tle daen or gro..r, by DAVID FEL'', N York Sl1tLonter.' Hlell, may lI 1 24 Chrtreo ut. OFFICE. FIIREMEN' 1N UIRANCE COSpPA NY. New Urle n, May 4, 1639. rlIHE .toekholJers are hereby notified llht le .L eighlllth Iultualenl on their atoAgk is due enJ pay able on thle inlh of June 1839. ' try 9 E L TRACY, See. BUREAU IPNINSUKACK DES 1 1 PotPlt;l6t, l)e la Noovelle Orldana. Es( Sousipteurll sotn presenut que Ie 8imne in Ijalment tlr leur aomuurptiun meat d et pyvable let Is 6han dte join, 1839. E L 'TRACY, ne9 Safctuire -IRANDY -' WINE-3 half cad q.e...k, bran.. Idy, 4r raksks bruwn Shoerry Winul 39 boxes Iple do du uperior quality fir tale by S . J P WHITNEY. mey 3 CJ (amp at IN -.Cwrt' Metpa witn la gr ch to sulrel W. ft elo y , ;AI) AtL . FleeW , •93 T akc. e jT'rATE OF LOtlSIANA.-City of New Or. SIanas.,-Bo it known that tlla day before me, Joseph Bensakin Marks, a notary public, in and he for the city and pa*ish of Noe Orleans, State of p Louisian, aforesaid duly eommiseioned and s*ern, or Personally came and appeared Mosers John Ste. venson Walton-John Hull and Archibald Brown St Bein, Carpenters, transacting bbsinels under the Bi style and firm of J Hall & A 1B Bein-Benjamin at Harrod and John Hughes, Carpenters, transacting re business under the style and firm of Harrod d5 Hughes-John Thomas Osborne, Mark Thomas, - Freeman Annable, Joseph Wilder Davis, .Smuel A Morrison, and.Daniel Babcock Clarke, all residents at of this eaty, who declared, di That in conformity with an act of the Legisla. tare of this State, approved on the thirteenth of dt March, eighteen hundred and thirty.neven, entitled it " An act to authorise limited or anonymous part. o nerships, and to regulate the same," t.1ey, the said le appeoarers, have agreed, and do by these presents to agree to enter the following limited or anonymous it partnership, under the clause and conditions fol. a lowing to wit: Art. 1. That the name, and style, under which a said partnership is to be conducted, shall be , 'lhe p Plhoeni Tow Boat Company," and that the place C where said'company is to be located, shall be in the Ii city of New Orleans. Art. 2. That the deseription or kind of business ft or industry, to be carried on under said style, by p the dir, ctors shall be to establish and continue to o run one or miore tow boats, for the towing of yes. a sels, rendering assistance, carrying freight and pas. a sengers, and any other business which may be I lawful for tow boats to perform. Art. 3. That the amount of the capital of said omnpany, shall no one hundred thousand dollars each, and payable in eash. Art. 4. That the names of tile partners, and the amount each partner Ihas contributed, is as fol lows : Saiu John Stephenson Walton, eighteen hundred and thirty five sharos; said J Hall and A, B Beie, sixty ono shares; said Harrod & Hughes, forty one shares; said John Thomas Osborne, thiiteen shares; t said Mark Thomas, ten siaree; said Freeman An. nsable, ten shares; said John Wilder Daois, ten shares; said Samuel Morrison, ten shares; and t Dantiol Babcock Clarke, ten shares. Art. 5. That thin partnership shall commnencoe frona the date her. of, and the same shall terminate t its operations and wind up its concerns on the thirteenth of June, eighteen hundred and forty. three. 0 Art. 6. That there shall be three directors to transact the businesm of said company. and adlin. ster its concerns. Art. 7. That the powers with which said directors shall be vested, shall be o elect foem amongst tl emselveo, th ir own president, and fill a I vacan. cies, and a majority of whom shall have and are h ireby invested with full power to receive and pay II all monies, and to do and cause to be done all that is requisite to the conducting of the business of said company-and the presiden, by and with the O consent ofa majority on the directors, is empower. ed to issue the note or notes of said company, for all demands, purchases or contracts on behalfof s' aid company, countersigned by at leat one of the at directors. Art. 8. That the time of duration of the service of said directors shall Le for one year ; and that an election for the same shall be held on the first Mon. day of July, of each and every year during the ex. istrence of this partnership. Art. 9. That when said company shall have ar. rived at the period when it is to expire, all the con eerns and ffihir ol Othesame, shall be wound up and liqu dated by such directors as may be in offico at the time. Art. 10. That the powers to be exaroined by thle Directors intrusted with said liquidation, shall be as follows, to wit :-To receive su h suons or sums, as may be duo to the company, and give acquittance or acquittances therefor, and to sell the property of said company, either at private sale or public auction, on such terms and conditions as to them may see fit and advisable, and to pay the debt of a said company. i Art. 11. That the dividends of the clear profits, after paying all charges and expenditures of the companly, shall bedeclared and paid t. the stock-. holders, on the first Monday in July of each nnd every year during the existence of this partnership first ri-serving ten per ceot, of tio profits for con. tingencies. Art. 12. That at a general meetlng ofthe stock. holders, all rules and regulations as regards the 0 number of notes each stockholders shall give, and any other matter relative to the wellare ol the coll. pany, not contrary to thie foregoing compact, shIall be entered into, and tie rules and regulatilos alore. said, shall be denominated the -I By. Laws of the SPllhonx Tow Bonat Company," and theIlv Ull be binding oni the said stockhlolders and thebr respepc live heirs. Dol,,e and passed, ill my office, in the city of New Orleans, aforesaid, tI presenco of Daniel J Iltcnldo and W Iliemsard, witnesses ef lawful age aind domi . lialed in this city, who hereunto sigh It:lcr uIiuea, ingether with souh alpourers and me, the said notary, this let day ol Apr I, 1939. Original signed, Johnl S 9VWalton,, Joseph %W Davis, B llarrod, D II Clarke, S 31orriueo, F. An noable, AB Bein, Julhn Ilughes, John T (sbornu. h Mark 'l'homas, John iall, J W Ilaasard, I) J It, Scardl, J B Marks, not. plb. I certify the foregoing to be n true copy of the original act extant in mny current regi-ter; in faith whereof, I grant these preselnts under mly sicna toure and asal of ullice, at Now Orleans, this 22d of April, 1839. JOS. B. MARKS, not. pub. apI 29 91 -t T-S e .tit.e about the teotlh ol Olarch last, LA tIlalei ofrotton,nma;ked C F S or Ft S, (Ilt Slinter is believed to be the msnrks) v hic a us stken feill tI. Alchllaflna I.nndlig. Any personi ha in g the nlise ill their Imlsushm, .ill please u,,tiv Ns-re. Kirkman, ,Abereatly & Hone, where it con ie had. mayol 41w S I1: CUNNY. / IIISIEY-300 bri rectifiedfor enloby ci. m h1 i DUItSI'Y,44 N wluevee JA RI)-800 kgs leaf la rd, for ale hby l. (r 11) t DOItIttdY,44 New Levee LOb7AF U ;A -5tlea ken . 4, in ; T ur alaly J ilay I SIlAI.I. & ItlttOWN, 96 M;Igazine est W IISKIEY--~200 Iarrele rectified wllike in store for sale by G DOIt)EY, nt0o 41 New L ves WINDOW GI.ASS- I20o henes Englilsh crown Sindsor glass, receivir ani for sale b) 22 It CI.ANON, 12 Camp st 9MAYORALTY OF NEW OIII.EANS. TIHIE prie ot Irlh flter to-tday is $ I6J per barrel 1 according to the torill; the bakers olall give dII. ring the ensuing week (frn eMonday 20llh inst.) 34 nun fur 10 cent Bread of tile rescoul quality, or of three loaves for 10 rents, is requi.led to weigh "5 per cent. more, via: 421 ounces. may 25 C GENDOIS, Mayor. WILLIAM R. CARNES, t.rlalANA WAHRE Inuum, , nley 14 I o. 53, UIE:NVIItIE-ST. EnV tnlc.rEtNS CA RItOLLTON . v" HO'T'EL. ps 1 I.AV.AUD has tle honorLof infiirmnig his. lenla Sand th,. peblic ill generalt,fltt he bas taken the Is Iol at Carrollln, where Ie Irus ts hr will receiv te cally o1 hib old friends and all overs ofcod sheer. IPFivate aertieE will be hondraocl y prilled tor by giving a little notice beforeland. Ite is willing to enter into artangelonls with fmilien or individuals desiroos Sipa.eeing IthIe sunller at anirolltotn. nlt I '1TO ILEN'I'., A large four story brick house, just flirh TrI sd at the corner of iravier saull Caro,lelet ois. Its eontigoily to the Exchlangi Hotel makes it detsnble fIr at oarding boouse. It will he let till tie n40t l Novenher, at low rent, witl the privilege el a lease upon term s to be ogreed upon. tnmy 18 Iw JAIdS II CALDWEIGL. OFFICE OF THE MIShSISSIPPI MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. New Or eans, flay 20, 1839. SIl11E Stockhoblders of thil Iuotitution are herebv 1 ntifed,all d required to ipy in, an instalmelnt of thirty dollars on so lh she,. oil or helor the t lst of Ju.e next, at tile Coanpany' offiee. Ily order of tile Borard. IIENRY I.OCKETT, mO0 IE Presideno, ipro tent t.FI U, PoN'r ARPA' 1(NA11..II ItOh. I) CO. New Orleans ,22d Inay, 1839. NOTICE--lBy a Resolution of the omard ul direclors LI_ ntlbioComolpey, passed on tie 21st, tle pric ol tihkets on tile road has boeen rleduced to to swenlls lve eents. J1 B I.EIF, m22 2v, Secretary. I.LOUR-99 berrelms landing frost etiam ~FI Cu. I lusmbus, for sale by G I)ORSEY, mln" 44 New Lvn W HIISKEY-II0 bhrls l.diig froi stealera bot I V Cutulubhse, br sale by tn`4 G DOORSEY, 41 New levree -96 kegs assorted ies reieiving frui Phliladelphia per brig L'Olient, for sale by my SIHALL& Bit )W, fi 6 Msaga,;.iee st 'I IIE AMERICAN ALOIAA-AC am ttelnsitery l' SUseful Knmwledge, for the year 1839, recemwsd and Gir sale by DAVID FE1.' &s Co, may 18 24 Chartroe et lIME JUICE, lndinug from ltva.a it casks, lbar. I rel s 41W dyoiiohus, lfor sail hy - - b ONNABEI., eamy 14 Car Natcbez & Tchupiitel. nts I E TAT DE LA LOUISIANE-Villo de la .lUtrvalle Orldane, devant moi Joseph Benza. hen MaIks, notair public, dano st pour la Vlile et pIroiens de la nouvelO Orldane, 'Etat do In Lauisi. one, duoment appointrd t jurd. Ont porsonnollomont comparn Msreolura John 4 Uteplletmnn Walton, John Hallet ArchibuldlBrbwn Bien, colle .es ndgociont louir affaire sonu oI titre et lfrmsll- J. Iullet A, B. Bein--Benjamino Ioar. rod ct Joan Hughes collegues negooiant.,leuri afboiroa oun In tiitr et fermo do Harrold Et illgh ' -John Thomas Osborne, Mark Thllmpac Froamn Arnablr, Joseph Wilder Davis, anmuel Morrison, et Daniel Babcock Clark residnts on colte villo qui declarant, Quo cenformCment I no aolt do nla Lgislature do cot Etat, opprourd le treiao Mars mil huit coot Irenic sept, intituid n n o te "pour au oriocr le as., sociations ltnild on anonyme et les rdgler," couax lee dil tLdmoins oat convenus at faits pllr cos pro. coca convient k ontrer la suivanto association, lim itdo on anonvnmo coc lee clauses ct conditions qui suivent savoir. Art. 1. Queo I nom, litre et styeo sols Icquel cetli comnpagnie sers condnite, ser ' La Com. pagnie do remorque Phoeni.0" et In placeo do cettl Cmonpagnio, era done la Villa de la Nouvello O'r idans. Art. 2. Quo Il description on I'cspboe des of. faires on industrie, Otre condueis souns in dite style par lea disecteurs, sera d'dtablir el continuer courir un on deux bateaux do Itemorquo ponr lo romor. quant des Vaiaseaux, aident, et portantf le oo pas. sagers et quelque autre aflire qui seruit junst pour let bateaux do romorque a executer. Art. 3. Quo le montant di capital do colic com. pognin sere cent mill piastres, divisd no one millo actions do cent piastres chaque et payable comp. Art. 4. Que le nome des actionairs et le moon.. tent que cheque acttonnaire a contribut cst commo suit: A dit John Steplenson Watson, huil cent trento actions; t J. Ilall or A. B. Boin, soixaton ct Un actions; a Harrod el Hughes, quaraoto et no ac. tione ; a Thomas Ohsbornereizo actions ; a Mirk Thomas, dix actions; t Joseph Wilder D)avie, diq actions; a Daniel Babcock Clarke, dix ac tions. Art. 5. Que cello compagnie conmmenoera do cotte date, et terminiera los operations le trcntc Juin mil knuit cent quarranto Iroie. Art. 6 Qu'il y aura itris direetours pour cotý. tractor io nalLtrea do la dile coopagnio et admin. intrer es int6rote. Art. 7. Que les pouvoirs doult s.ra vdtrt les di. rcteaurs, sera d'6lira parmli eux u I Prdoinl., ot do reonplir tonas places vacantes, eL dent la majo. ritd aura et est rotu rvuc prtuvoir d recovoir at de pay r teutes monnoias, et fire a causer 6itre foil tout oai eat requis te to cenditoant les atffires, d tla dioe compagnia ; ct Io Pr6didot part t avc e to con. sent do Ia mnjuri6 ties direecteur, cat nutoritd do donner Lt prolmotss do la dito compitgnhi, tour toutes lea dumanndes, nehats, on contrate, our 1t part do la dite comtpagnio couitrd1g6tnd par an mroins un des directeurs. Art. 8. Qua In dur6 du service des dite direc. teurs eer uon an, at qu'une electiont pour le ntomrl sera tenue l proeumir lundi do Juillet do chaquo anade pondant I'existence do celote compagnio. Art. 9. Qua quand eotto compagin sera ar rivdn au termo do son expiratiun touteo le. aflfairoo soront I quiddes par leo dircetouors ooffice on atel tempe. ANt. 10. Quo Is pouvoir dotnt soront vitus loe dirooeeteurs contfid ave Ia dito liquidation soer cuot - me suit savoir : de recevoir Iotoute oIUn)Iqu( dura la comnpagnio at dunner quittance poor In molitto, At de vendro la propridtd do la dite compagtie en vente privde ou pubquo comma veiont ipropres et avisrblo les dirooteurs at do payer toutes les dd. penses de ]a compagaio. Art. 11. Que los dirideondes do profits aplre avoir pay6 toutes oharged et ddpr6nses ie ol cont. p pagnic sorsnt dolaurdes et paydlts it l.s atti, on'tires to premier Lundi do Juillet do chlraque ttll. pen. dant I'exister.co do cotto cornpagnio prernibrormtt reservanllt dix I our cent des prioits pour les caltoutl. ites. Art. 12. Qu'll une election gtdndralu des action. naires toutes leg r6glos t rogulationsa a 'tgitrtl dut tomlbresoAles votes que chalqe nationolnirt devra donnor, et qoqueue autre chose rolotia. a in Lien. dtre do lan ooopagio seront conositdrd et eoo rtOgles at regulations avant dit so.a dunomin.es let " par, lois de la compagnio de rotmorquU Phoenix," , t lt itmOo sra obligatoiro stir ulo dito actionlrnlres et leurs hIrritiers. ° Fait ot parod oe mon tlde idoans la tillo I lat Nouvello Orltans. on to pli(etcn i do Danirttel J. Ricardo, et J. IV. Ilaosard, rdttoino t'rage ra quit tl dodturantl dat cetot vill qlt i t ipposCnt h.ur siglnatures anaemnole, avee u i dlt tdt lltii 't mllli Stle dot aotaire, lo preJabre Avail Util hIt ceio, ticnto Si lit. Itriginel siitn6, .IJotn S. Wa.tis,, Jo ripr W. t).. vi, B lirrod, I). i Clarks, S r. .Mhriorrt. , Ana ia le, A. i BWein, John Iltlgees, Johnt T. ).-I urll, Mark Thorns, Jlohn Illl, J. tltr:,l, D. J. J. ltcar do, Joseph B. Marksi, not. pult. Je cortifie quo ceci cotea ne vraie eip:,: di, I'Iorgi. tal acte extitt nti mo rcgiltr ; - c11 t, Sjatcordl e cos presllnts stons Ilr rtt llt cgr., it I," sseiaS tiJ laon office, a la Nutv,,ll c (),l.11, i, ': Avail. 0.09 JOS. D. NI ", Not ',0h. N. - -. .-- liVitl..1 llI 110.\t1) 'u.- it dJ .ni a ttntahttr.t +Nr. S111i Calra l l e Il I or the iC:'1 1 ' '11 I I IiEoo th llir rte Ie o Ihr. llavou Ti,-uyue, evey dui ill tthe week--as lollfolol fepart. It lorot. 4 9L tti Exeelt Suldavys, when the eCara .il roe ni nitllw+ Dnelrl. r" Jerturn. b A. NI. n A. 31. 4 I' 31.i may3 JAMES II. CALDWlVEI.., iPresridnt. FURNITURE! FURNITUIIE!! JU5T received Attle Loitiainnl Furnitmn Wie. J houe, a large supply oill Ni w York and t lorr on. Persons in the want of furrniture irotull do titl to calla d seleclt Ieir article I'fruoi onle f ih, l best nil id ' largestatouckh nowin the ity. WV It CA RNES. dl 5:1 Hitlinvith' a or N B--Partictular ntitioa paid to packintg Ilnd inp,. ing Faroiiturr,faeeli ol'xtiprre. dli-,-ti N th FOUNIIt.ANI UiOi (i--L.iaoug -icc-e -tlurriit t the ith ilslrotat, a Nreofut troi hlo. nrumlr SCapkine-ha i o it lrindle color, and ea ll klnown t1s the rll irt l fttllhe ia llbai .libra r. A tilieril ir liirrl trill ut124 _ _ JCJ lCtroihlvt ot - a AiDVANCES-.Tnh.usucribir s t oltr.t, utl rex tlunirol, auulhlrired nge.nt by the DIolnsl' Aes,,+. Wildei, Pitkergill & Co.if t ivelipool, (in ohirh tie opulent firm of tie Brlo thi er r our tro ) i s leald Illto martie ndvnll on eoniagnaleillt to thle d.ill.o of Wihlrts, Piekerrgill & Co. SNIL. WtItItI I'I, m--it 590 Clountl Iat PttAltEll, Ict'JT''A itt. .' PROCTOIL Ireoelirts hioit eat nrelSt lillrelts to tliia Frooend,e thi ltditE ofi New Orioeso, tintdr to itl sltraolgers otolll I hl ito o passilge ta itrn iyl I ti .,itiy, sard tinarmr Ihrtlall ita h willt ell rt itl itil ,r i dl..r I re riri retem atior pth pleasnt rat tr h ii t t i A 1t I I I i C OTT' A G F:,sitaunlrld the a stlilr. I'ertnt-a l cavellhig eithtr r'atit Sirhiglield. ID t n rld ,icuville, ir MIaiso.tille, or th e ite. c.l there ntlei wilh 1too) r'lleor-fiule ott OUotdltiurt toad polite aile#lon-an all lnrties 'yt way of y llt Nttlhilr h Ilaillonal loire It'rr red in t privale old pleasint rro'rn, yrigir irlrgoIIC dty'ta illie of their ilt llatlo to ciorr R e 'I Io lrllrietor dorult not Ihat itlrctelimey frI at Iii will bIe 1'fid i tlu I advillll,,ge te le u'o tn'ge pan,. sett Ito tle ivalill, and Ilthse daeart nilll with the bt, air coaslr.ntly b'tinio ittaher from ftI I rikC or hit great rairie--lr aat retieshing nrg the r the r rhnhd .ilh frrallltc, will e OtWr givi. trlmingllerdrligiti to ilr wlrll itrr il.Euh r -T ilhitr he ntrreIuIti r Utr uItt nra., Fr. PrIltor Aappals lioiefritor lh cotfienIr In t lhe patlrolrage fr hc(loie whll kllow hto alhrtrt-, Iut i lrtigtlilt 'tedo :ltddiohr ut trhnl iost stratngr,, tiilitr tihe a Diy willi hoorhim wth na ll. I- "aten makin I'rairiret'olttrge onie of thre iottt iiareenblt plum. of rve sort ill the nrtobtrhood oiftllhtr'itY. The prllprielor gua:lrantete Ithat his win,,llgor. orS &. re. olhnl It olfrthe i t lchoice nalr: ao It the, suum tlintt he will devaot his t trio ritCtir Ito lt'ui ir i llt II t r tiest deliearies arid via0dao of the searol o hli talc. p of lrik nule I p r p ofAuireia illlf'1lll, nid for n sale h ALEX'fTtl\ ]ilt, Al XCIIANIGE Ot ou tui o ofr +tigir, 1or rale - "y _i anli A 'l'KIElI, 34 trrior I at VU ICC o'I-Attorti'-A ri.-e Itii iiig hro itl( ul-I l delat etrrr, a few iloor firliroo CoallUl rlo pariou.tio giver irrtuediarly. Apply to tOk't. iilAV F.LOK--Itt6 brle lunding frOm flat hult, cr sahe by otm21 ti lMtR ltnt.Y, 44 Ntiar I even .L Ilavranauforotletby HI ItINNAtiCI., may I Gtr Natchet aid it' I.itiiltrhtr t it NItAlIBlot DU'T'I for uakirg sot tn rot er tod oil t.il vitriol, rectivod Ilrely and for auile tly may18 Crrr Natchez Uot lTltllT itairtirrs sin SC rollearre, or usale byl rit3 G DORSEY,44 New I.rvI e . p KINLEitK'S INK-iJust rectrived tioi( bhrrqo Chtllulil:ler it larg invoiae ofJohitaol n tlld .II. rult' uws, buuook,andjitb ink, and io r ir e Iy ato2 L A TOWA It, 49 Collp et r\O MlECHANIC-.h-- 'Ie ntlec-i ir a etlcilnltlr, comlprehenrdinlg priciptle, iltes illrd tohes in Iho variols deparlnielito il' mathemalteo altit eIIheaIelniecs iaafrtl tl IMiltiriclro, onlranwra, trlod Arlirsnir in cair et. ty Willitamr ireen, rin aers, . lot Alirilrnll rum thie 5th Gltrguaw edtitiou. Iieiverd tlis tday r id tfir sate ty ALEX. TOWAII, tllyl 49 Cairp st I'XCIIANGE ON B0S'IiNf-oie-. ...... ma 23 I BRIDGE, 131 liagzritet BADEN COILN--eurnltlly op u0 eault I, r t .lr 12KOt~.i' Nt) (tIN-tI0 ltltpeu Illlslaul (liii, ia i ore IA arid Fir 00l1 Ira J ITIIAY'rL eo a' ASS. A t)A AItS8it.IOi)u iof itliforllnl ItUnaiirco itt qro folt ar tils Ip ,A iTtI EIIt,. 31 I;ni'a llr .'+

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