Newspaper of True American, May 29, 1839, Page 5

May 29, 1839 Tarihli True American Gazetesi Sayfa 5
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McUTev bied FK'si. M an, tti1 1tIHttia papelhatogn hart >`ln ruln, llinlt, Jtslt cr+ tv twht h? banksr, w.ltat thb alrtterare Ijis b t hsrsv to , rl tr liii;natwttealifs. 4dRrldCelanprasranco of the up nattntrv sellers, j ~ brcr ' it h. a.,nb tlt it laasaued the ap !ssesr2Ifo t ghni t sjInJr a n as:l Ih i rostance teni tn,, ilf,!netnrat nt eolte, tti* (,ea*,trr -' pw:.-t'-- of 2w10 bats td' till to and fRtr roo-to t Itew htPa n.ssrke to day slatet.Iv p haes. 'rho N Al ,*a5fl awjotttl'sn..asa*o are chilps affilred now. .'1 o eP6pat n theaClo ck tenaud at 91,276 Iraga up to tolack X lAne on batta it ehntu 20 ,n00 harsls. 9 h~t 5 eet'the tee tý"r tan an prime the wteat ef 1uiitarip that it is helievetl thee will hs no anur dne r 4ett title sesaa.. Wen'tsnnd ala sale of 1000 barsle this titaroingal a$6. r. fOHl (I NKI~V OIlEk ANS. CLEARANCE:S, Ma.y 29, 0832 ShipOOew.,e. op., Er Now York, A Cohe, I Emerald. Stow far New York. (3 Rklinp I.wIdirg, MLtI... .r, Taman.,, RIy, S & J P W Io.u BrgLouisa Frederick, 6F~l1bban, ru Ilrvannl 11.2a1. 1 Cramer2 R Pave,,C,,oin,, New Yod.k JUA.II.,1A4. pfi oto . Chora Mi a~lor . Mastler Fehr Curlew. Lilroonb, for ur t~rlertun, J A R.a.II., & c '41cht Ch~rleala. Sloth, Pellocl,. Mno S.Arh,..evo.,,.,,, 91b,., M,,43il II Adh'ilidg. ARRIVALS. Iay 906 10F31 ToP ho.,.T.'.,.,.,., P.,ldoing. ,ron,, N E p~.., hbooin towed t slea ship It I,.tinn. barqu. MarpaIrct said brig t/ 1: Raymondl, raturnod to the city with ships lsnlblrur d~r. Col 9n431., 223 brg Ig .I. Left. t14, ba.,,n 211th int, at 2 A I. h00$porls tow tramples having towed in,idc th bar 2 rigs and fIi ide the offig, b.m,911,,. Report.,I nothllg 1¾o. beat Post nor fIm the p0.2t.11i17ingin up packet sIip Car)o lineI from Rolinll; I brig ood 2.ch.,~ Ship 0¾lu.l'~i.. orAlnlgndriji, 03 day. from Iavre; i. bu1 lot, tothe interior hip Aalbauador, Hall, f rom Liverpool 16th Ap~ril, bound to No9ks, 1I,1g Ilni., Whii,4. 23 day. fr,,., N, York,,.o I AV Z.,k. hit44co oteam~r Laldy ofthe L~lkr Griffon, from Lek., 'uuclh~rrtrll 44., on, river. NB WYOr N Prm., Ilapy0.,. C.,r2. oll 4. . 2, 125untr Elw ll.-,,,, 70.3r f.2. L14. 20143 tR~mel Hfln IRororbama Oletburole. fromt Shreveport Steamer Merl171or2 C rr1,11 fro23 2412ri2p1ti etsooto Wtthitrguu. Struck, froma L: r~urcbe EXPOF.2TB. NEW TOR HK.. Per ship Ocmee..l C3Igo 105',o,, and I2 b lot) a"1,, b0 blloJ col ton, 38x5~ pigs lead. 2111 his prnviriont. 1,) rolls I.;,Llin.. fii IIf end32 ai A . RA go, . O I.12hl..1j., il .27:11 ,,.43.. I 22,u a lr: 200 Id4. Hoofl-;d s ndry.,o; 0 .11E. mec 1 142'011l".p ,.I....K.., b.. g .Cr I, ,I.i2 , Irrslll 31 ,,'r I cot1,44 OI ,l. is SIA IIOn. ., h 22ha1',,3 o..C, I,,g, 120rJ pid, .,.d 14.5 TIMA CLAY..P.,r b2righ2I.u,2t..C222.4.0 s210 k corn. 6406 ·Ilus cor ;l 16 alkk oal·: 2 llrllur ; 8 Ii.b. n10(110 s0,.2112.2,uor.,. lC21. 11111,2 p2,; 4317flc bqg.la g; 5710,srp 21i11 pop2.,d 1,4 t1, 121.; soap 14 IVAN:1.,'r, 1,,i! .ois- lrrederick.. Car go ,O1, hag earn:: 5165 Hog .11110"; t1 box.,1,1eu; .10 bitsnaff;3 Ill- IMPerc ORTSii 'I VI;POLK.).1rr bri. P 'av,..CargnmI Pl3ds tobaCco. 63h.i , 2 C, nI; 259 hide.n h MATAMORA S..Per ,chr RicharId. Cargo 4eralH eatlen wore; 211 ralr".'iltor ; 50 W.$ It..,; 50 jars olive oil; has more-I di~i h 5WRIIAILLKS.. PIli.,Pr achy I.url.. .. Caro 600 li12 and 3 ti55 . aoon; 1u12 22212.: I, I. l " ..o:N,,W HS.Per ,,IdSorlos.i..CnrIo &2110 Lhll, and l,00 his corn: 10 hogs ..I. annd sonllry email Iota *lI2v21001 ,2 .17121,2.4I:l.n; 121,0;2101,1; auIIO: 92l.,., t 2 3l iprk; H .ar C 232 .1y, r p2' 4I.I.S..,.Pc,9d.hr I'cr25 er*k, ....C157 4., I I.Pgd park; 4:19 pie gee begging; 531 coils rope anld I_ bhale. twine.O IMIPORTS IIAVRE.. Pc shtp CnluItlhil. lu l~llla,1. I.IVI".I6P11l/L..Pe ship rlmbn..ador..Cargo rail road iron .,ad late,.. RI.W YOiIK.. .3r brig22.21, I 2.C22-C;2I0g.,, SI rch; 535p 3 b 01l2I1212p1224,.r i,0 d 2211. 5 2243. 1p1. 2 1ek eill. 02222 PAll.,., A n h,, 10017 al4.1., y; 2. W ; o car . s to munriry soolign.,er RECEIPTS OF i'RODUCE Ol.2022;1521.oPer,1.mer 'ri.n H.4 oil2,m..7 pC.1;go 4.ho .llitun W I2P22;al2 I Ido&Stwar,. Cobb &, c12; A2 do ll22. ..1 2 W 1 l2Illodn; 2 .ndle .K2., sWin.; 5 do beef h.&es II 11.243 loo1; 7 btl(Ilosdeor skins Rass A Hawthornl; I bbl anld 3 Loxes . 1,18 Alox Phili,, ; 24 b0l12 c222,l 31'nylur 0- ( G.32 h 0 1 :,,c ,, I.dle y co; 252 b4; and o12. do, pork J L.a2d..-, 13.o; 104 bhi. Buu., do whiskey' stil 57 do IrefrOgdrn .t Sontbgote;' !boilk2.2I20d m lAcnery l fua bark,2ill Lamb,2uh 4 Tho 0pso tit piece, machiaory Perot & brothrers; 4 bales cotton W M t Iloutrilla..Ptir atenmuer Fmpurro--Cargo 5 1 pieces baggingl L .JfcooI. . rap221H22b 2 t l t ie,, 37 gI,,,. crag.e 45iere 1 lo2 'g rota &; br0l.I .,g es - gift 64I coil ap., 1I1221221 twine 01,7 I 1.21221ton Allt. Ash2r 2 co; 1301112EY2ou02; 5412... a Clarlidkk ltif sacks wheat Stetson & Avery; It l t. tobacuo A II W.I. 0 I.1, a Jr o; 125-tack. corn Wood A Sinnott; 15 pFnkoilss alcr. pIn..di.e Pol.r 4' F N.,2. bales cotton Ar117 ur43111 21 WClk T.r,12 do.2rnd,,I.lI2,,,uI. W1221h2 ; , 14 du KI~o-. 2r 11.42 2 do L~arkarL. Forll at DlsCI·. l; I t do Conne!r & Gridley; 33 F: "l1o Rlickr, H.dley & Dovia; 1 do Aonett & JI4221,11 1.8 do N b J Dick 4'co; 53 do Gell Hergelrot; 4 do R 1; Davenport; 149 1 do Buekuer, Sloulo, & co; 340 heasd sheep and 20 heaed beef f .:miles J Golldlm Lufou, cite. .Perstlemer IVarhillgtoll..Coop 45 lidl. sugar i :.lad 18u's cilreolt,,,,Inr ·rth &3 Thomlinun; 211 lds andI 3 bit s,- a". :' hales moue P H (;allwny; 95 hit.sugar grande·r, Mct~enna & W~right .4LId . llIlOr W2.lo1er; 9 0ales 'mos. Henry &2 Lo2. reps; 8Il..oglea R I. Alum; I handle s.cythes rlocuab A R ich' arch2 31 b2lI.p..,s of2,I..d 4 , meal E Yo3k,; 5 bl2 a12d I42hi;k 211222d N 21yrdeni;I box mer212 C432l4o 3. ool, y and 3422. n la-^ue, Olp~l..urf...lI'. steamer Nornll..Caryo 112 bale cotton C T,.Ieaearn, 5do malmlrl 8 rllsleateroll. in cllorq A Ilegolev; tl 3:,i hiddl.P 211 r kbnr amt arolls leatherr J Militate; 33 tierce. ,a ntl,sals Adaptsl A ilurtwell. CONSIGNEES Per brig flruta... 1 Field & co; Petra.4- MIlollrd; JA Ra ·rol~u S co sad to order. PASSENGERS i Par ,Lamer IrBI.poror,.WI1I While; 11011 and Mlr John stoam~r Ladyoftbe l.·lkorepnrt. Iow boat Phenixr coming rr 1. wih bliga tiraud Turk maid Mi~.irrltppi andl I Oct.,. Town I.a10:et. Slip l ourt.11.lio s in lu .as, 00,,9,,4 up unr~ur " n vase.·I I eftthe b*ratlOAM I, 5 fresxr~aIar an l11 Olio anld falling for.1 VjCLkbU16· ,,rou nd( .t toot of Cuml' erha lad bland Enrlper.,r rsipurb I ftel Ianre in the Ohio and fealling fl; U:b o 111 ·sldor lyingpto at L~mltdChnrs. bouud down. I FOR LIVERPOOL. rie faSt ailirng ship Mlars, Capt. Castle, wants 3u1111 bale cotton to conplete her cargo. For frleight of whicb, or pssuge, apply ot lird urt1 HOLMIES & MILLS, t,,ay 28 Bank Place FlO( NW YoilK-eith early desaptch. I.ouisiana and Nrw York Line of Packets. --, The supaeior regular lirn ship Yazoo. Copt. l Trask, wcil Le ready to take is freight tou molntrrow, and will sail wish quieck do.put.i. SI eright or Issange. bhavits elgusat aseelnmmsdltiur ·. y to tile Captaine on bota, near tile Vegetable Mar I or to JAMES B. HIULLEN, S 74 Cattp st. 7'Thle Yazoo is a very deasirable conesalvos for 1I u*S tgere at this season of tie year, hating ae Wiry ud.'ex raabit. maynt . i A kTts lbs.-C-iateeatit ctrt, eon isting ,f bats sidea anlrd lthoulders, at lie latditre, tsr lnl boal. I,'or sale by t; DO1RSEY, mtny2 9d 41 Nrw I.rvre eInnlh bltst a her trsit. Atlabtsot. Al ply to tic. f';l'laru on buad. one tier belos ihe VgetabIle .i.r 1 ,.m tslle.; sbi ribera- , cG ai 5 P. . LH G(;AI.E r KI'-Th d selfing Ipat o'I tlh tr.e h story rik mlONe rs No. 1r0 Tehots pi.ft'l rot o. I Ieos ty.su gierive no Ithe tlb Julee. Atly to SLIUCKII"I', Ctap treet, near Julia,--.r may28 No. 13 Exchaese I'iee. ny IlRI(;GE & Co, 134 lh ..agazine at L sBl:) ' SItALL. cr iit\tLta N. m"ar 9ti bhtgsanie at I N sale b G. )O.SY,& 44 Su.e Leer.'. .,''7 IgAtJAAnLCO-120 boxes, 8Iv c a, 3s ur atd rpond J lurIm s af various hraindt uud quliticr, for oole by may 2 1 l1ltIDG0E & Co, 134 Maogazine a. 'I.- -00 d b is g fom st an.ie Vndaelin, tfor sale by ABItAIIAM 'IttIER, umay2 14 Uacvitr at SoI'.NEN SIIfT'T Glovesa.&d uspedler--Jast re Seeiv.l by late a4rivals, ni als oCneuC t of elhits eravnet, summer stueks, glovea, And t uspt.iders, at tihe BNazaar, cornsrof tA. Cl rles olld C.itmln street..+ a22 1 1 BUSH1 & AiLAN. !AND '--An imvnice of superior Brandu, virtuge of 1820, for s al by SHiALI& Bo I N, lay ! 96 Magazine at tOAP--'20Lbtoxn Alacm tiutd, for a5le bhy ,o..y __SHiAL +d 'o I 'VN, 91 Magazin, at 'IME--1000 b1,h' matutotn Litle, la.dig uand for I • saleby S & IJ P IVAITF' EY, mayl - u Camp M E aI BEEI-- aInull hbalr lat tle itnspec-tlo for Ialnby IE DORSEIVY. Pm23 41 New Levee p I'it(-N(, BOXES--A laige lot ic, good order, .;. I sale y ALEX TOWAI, 0 lB 49 Camp er '3 EA-- 0 elteata snuchong and puoiellouo, laodiig J fron achr Splendid, hou Botton, fur sale byrl apl7 A TRIER, 34 ' rnreer et A CARD. I)OBINt4JN & GIOODWIN, (68 Chartres street,) S. respeetfully iaformthelair friend nod the public geertally that ;Gosod vi. of the abovre firm, wilt lteve ler New-Yaitrk obs the latofonaso. Tley revile th.s rwho may wilh garmentt made toI their noasure, to call oand leave their ordera pmesoiu to that tithe , y 1i - " tlj soy 1 i j EL--a tons g h b liutered, in scar.-, f sale I S1 b Ip IALL & BROWN, 96 Mugaine at I)A0O vt.S 4,I-140 tesk sauperior Cincinua a - r-cred s ettwe, on'eudib . . DIoRSEy, ....e, 41 New Levee. - T .- 5 toeas ir law ered Steel f r sole 'y -I P" fe .IUIXB EY, 44 Neaw Laoe tiu. ittU Ii],AM uIItIU Ato .ii PAI5TBPVL AND BOLD. *fTtital journa0l at tDPe fltuntrfpallts. PUBLItSHED Daily, Tri-Weekly & Weekly. Lrý O.K.lA LEANs If THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1839. Our hled marls. Asthe master of a ship at sea verifies his Scalcultion by a tialobervatin tonscertni tim real position of Ihia vessel, so it i the duty of tlhe journalist, fom time to time, to call the otrnt lioll of Ilha readers to tle lad marks of their principles. The la.d marks ofthe iWhlg party are easily dicernable. They are not covered by the weeds of norrup tion. I.t us pa-s along the lines end famdiurize ourselves n with thcoe great rorrner tones of our principles. to The chier privilee of tlln Whig is see that no hatrm i. dune ' to tile repubaeic thtt tile chnlter of .or liberlie. e preserved or unimpatred and to give the signal when unprinciplte d rmad t le rttptmen make an attempt upon either lof thee rlghtl. 'he er preservatin of, te Unlio is our llet pronllltinet object. It co shoul lmtn our duty totelpo ever) policy. every act hLat loks or i ti sliglhtert dereetoward.stch treasonl, ind, to hold up g thle utlhors to the Bco a of the penplr! Touatell over tile inlleslmatble right of slOtrage alnd pre serve the purity lof lertiolls aro objects of great solicitude with W\Vo g. Their duty is to poillt ouft iro ly and constantly thevithltioneotf the rl ht, for these rizhts are the safe . guard of the republlllc. As a parlet tils duty, to prevent the d illnterferene in elections of the gnvernlment oMlers, and llto how tile ecorrupting teCdency of the system, the Whglls re i mo ieminrlleanty hound. o- Ve enow come to the land mark which ,tn'aes oulr path plain, ifit be onlly kept inll sht, iand that is-the prerervation in to their ipioprr orls ofall the co-ordinate branchel of the G.ea k- eral and tnle guvernlenlls It isor duty tocry aloud whenea er anly attempnlt is made by thor deigninlg to ahalege this system stabhliuhed so slily byhy the fathers of thlle Lury. We ean notbetooenthusiasticin our warnins Lto the people of the cooltequences to fwlv f, om disturbing tihe udmeirjble a'itre of power treatrd bey the contitutions of the Union. The qallestioen of tnes, for om:e i a gonletl rule among Wthis, and while they obey it, their cause is a holy one. t Dot Whigs lact, one great attribute and that i s tie poter of Seollcentration upoft any ilngle object. They must not forget ;that ths iis a land mark which leads always to victory Law Sre.inecalled that lletd mark--"neltear gito lip tihe ship." All t our labors will be in vain i' we keep it not ill ight It i a prominent oebjert on hea pol:tical plilln, and is lighted ulp by: lthe enthusiam olf men loang out to conquer. Ulcder its ilnflu ene e we r never forsake each other. Ilrtetrtal imlprovPtmeet nntl Ihomte mllonuflltuetlre ! ar, rilhieels with wlligs thalllet tto ldvance tith interestil of the collntrv an llare therefore but halnd nlaid to our g3 reat Paltles-preservtioolt f he Union. We wanlt Sote lt.ights, but we wont them with federal rights. We wantl to Iindl Itoeler these Sttres with boles of iron, v with lchannels of water, mnlld with roads of stone,. Wee would see Ithe power ootlnlg oulr otnt peopll,. to m utitl lacture the raw materil,. in oder to make us itndepl-. o dent of other nati ,s. s he Allay and Navy, tihe righlt arms of the national defence, we would see cherished by the penople ani the g. general goverlnmtlll. A narrolw lpolicy in regard to either whigs discrd. They want the nuoleus-a small and tell regtlaited arnly-around which ourt vlnwers a could rally ill time of war with onllttolce of victorv. t Thley wanrt a nvy to sweep the stqYs ani Itt beler proud. ly aloft our oetiotal flog, tIliae esign of republican jus tice and republican rights. The Whigs are for improvintr the people by tfile dilft ioltn of edcllatiolll and by tle adoptiion oft every n.ur twthitht will telnd to make every citizen of tll ionlltry a Swiser and a Ibetter mln, so thal he mly gunrd w;th carele the preciouse rights enolrutetl to hi.i by our in<titutions. T'hey are fnrorable to the spreotd of tite arts and scie cs. Thlley are str;ct observt Is ofthe laws oftheeoutr . try and enemies of nmobleracy. Thev hotl thoat violn tint o law i in high plaes and onglllg tilhe officers of the governlelt tends to looser tlhe Ibonds of moralst in sol ciew'. They are for aet economicaln adliniirnleotilo ofr government consistent with the objects to be ntlained. W\e believe that it is the duty of the go'tvernoettt to preserve to every tolltl his property, and thereftre we go Ilra Notionll Bank, to keep pure thle crrency ntil1 to mitkeo it uniform t rotlilout the t;heion. We favor free bankine , because lie tfreedomt in all other trades it is mllrte drtclrllelatic thlln the Isyttet uof sipcial CUIo po iatiolls., u- Such are tile great lald markt of our pary, anda such re not the land marks of tile Van Ilauren part). Ours la- are in unison with the principles of rational liberly. C theirs, being the opposite to ours, telld to narcll and ea; then to despoti.lr. Rally, then, whigs of the . [-t.tes, Ilround thete great and mlltlks aud your trivlnph is re. u- Impudence,-A V u haren office holder in Wauh ingtun is lhigriged ill riti!g articles for hi e Ii Ull-lo d hu Enquir r, dtlndiug the adlllminisration froml thu chag, es of lrllllptllu against it and applrobuting its prllus explenditrets of the public mmis! a l. S. Troops.--The ellalnpmlent of the I '. . trelps at l'letol, New Jersry, will take place ill Julllext. \d hlile thege gentlemeun will be enjoying sumuuner qlullr telS in the Norihs,the mutrderous lndians of Florid will t; be taking vengealncu iupon ilnocent tumoth rs and their hlpletss babhes! l'Publish him. Stelhan Smithl, it sub-Ileasurer, has been founid guilty of robbing e he public treasury ot17000 on dollurs. cc flow would it doto publish a list of all Ithe run way subtreasurerr , defanlletns, &c. for thle last ten years ? tThe Guillotine --1r. Van lHuren intends at tile Au gust elections to apply the guillotine to all Ithe Post. t, sters in the province of Rhode Island. Dluler J' '- Pearce is to play the executioner. lie is ever ready for any duty, however foul. for - ty The Camp-ILast night, Hollanad tad l hutt $750 in the lhouse. The drawing ofhis Lottlry excited a good f deal of interest. Tile fortunate holders of tile prizes r cate forward and gt thellir tickers in thut Graud ITi1a e Itsints Lottery. Tl'he drawn numbers ,ere 5'35, 2t1ti. und 52. Tr 'hil e l )itrantlas u, t tiutf to ctlha ,( having t hiled in provinlg miractiv , thou h I the vuol iso f ttilj-on un Ils nlweree srTuhid to pllthent. , n the hegiln 'ning w t sai, Iiy were :.hildra n's pIht, and thely I.tlet provl hto b, sg u e o Yesterday orlnilg anilllt 2 o'clock a fire broke ollt in a frame homs n thie plposi:e side of the livet. The loss was lult largte. The Counrir l of tlaitst evtEI si, t~' . atR twenty nine grogsllhp keepetrs ik the lst lMu.tcila lily, hays been ir detected selling spirits to slaves ulad were llaed. Thllis is right. Tile Courier thinks that the Mexieau Gulf rail road eill save to t'he public halfa muillion otdollrs that are Ao, plid to thel tow ouats inl pullinlg lhlills fritom tiJhe ar hasti tshe ciay. If this lroe true, will not the losi be gealuter t', the cilty, 1y t, + abllsec ullof the r es'eli I Our Table.--r Eqnil flai, rom diunr yeatetld y, we 7 lound upon our itable uhdliy booka selt itis by our d friend Johns just over the will. The American Joe Miller is at capital eullection ofour holne ti:ldejt.kes. VIVe thiuk however ilthat Finu's firlhcomling ouok will ekedl it The Idler in iitly, by Lady lteaslt.ugtul is anI t intereling af'rir. It id fur inore taking llan peIlcillings by tile way. llaesal Bruno by Theodore llook : lmlre of this anon. Nit'hbels Nlcklcby No. 12, a rich treat. Sketches by Boz Nus. 7 & 8--read and laugh. Portsmoulth-'1 hale are two Iart.s is the r;acilng world ftr one l ilfavor of the Eigll isUrecUI IIe olther [for the native stoek. llitllertoo, the s..les lhave turned in favor of the first party, but Iie late deibat of Pertis Smouth by Vhti an unlllkllowUanimal, ad niativt has increasd thehnlpesoftlhe latter. 'I'h lii-nds of Ithe horseassert that lie ir bettelr fir filur Ilile hers, tlhe trest.uier ril of gIoo bloud, and Iitat it is not desirable to rely upon the a ore;gn variety as it is greatly IdlgenP erated. TI'hia contest in the racing Gurld is an iaters, a.. ing ine. The Secret.-The secret of tile liln writing i which I the Edinburgk Review abounds, lies ill Ilthe falct,tlhat such men as Mr. Atacauley, Dr. Souuhey uand ,ir John Barrow have Irequently received for their articles one hundred guineas, each ! Thie Order of Equal Fellos.-Some of olur brethren of Illse |tess ure ineulionidl+g this order . its "'*methg ,g new" to ihem. ''lie "Equal fellows" are anu rier+ us and respetuhle frternriiy. But Ithugh equal in one Ihlapaet, they have been thus fur. se believe, sulme, hut add--hey have not sought public mutoriety.--.Nal.che Does Mr. Black know any thing ofthe Order 1 Mrf. Triltl-Tlhia functionary, it is staled Iby an' ivening paper, has prevailed with the Governor ofCuba to ianction an Ordinanc le, egulting the employulaent of ueanlanin the port of Havana. Ifereafter any caprtain or mlaster of a veesel is pruhib ;ed from employing, un der Ilheavy penalties, any sailor, ulesu said sailor shall p p oduce to him a regular discharge frot the vessel hec h.s sneved in. This is all very well But why does b not ,lr. Trilt j.nti htis govnemtt.eutwithl lh or. I. count of his Aitloent ofthe Eo w of the ship tWillitlti ongs ? 1'hant rill he do?--Alldindgt to e declaration of the Bulletin, that Jtudge McKinley will never reviirl the inhospitable jurisdictiln l our neighbor, the Nathezl Courier thut discourses and throws eat a strong hint to SJude Gholn that his company too conid be : no mltter what. Retdl. " Poor unfortunate Mississiplpi ! hat will become of her! Judge MelKinale hts forsaken her, and the only pity is that Jndge Gholson would not follow in his fuoltelps, for he is equally a- " A tewel diepte--T'bere is a ditptte g.ing on in Jchk tM, tlins. wllether c lsolbohdy did or dlid not spnil upons the govetnnor.-- t Loui. Rep. Thias lIns been settled il favor of thie pitter. The dispute now is whether tie apittee deserved to be spit up aý. or not. Has the inhuman wretch, who plunged a negro buy's hand into boiling bitutmen, on Boulrhou street, lceon uauglt 7 R. .1. Wlleker.-Tlhe Mitssissippiat, published at Jacksan, hilts tethiat R. J. Wulker eo Miss. would be the i lrogestcnudidnte tliat could be pIlaced oit the Van SBurent ticket fonr th l Iresidlnry, but at the ale ittle intimates that Mr. V. would do the coettry more ser vice itlnthe Pentate of tile U. Sltees. What thinkest thou of that, Robert l Fi'erittore Cop-er.--'l=ois on e gr.at .tnveli.t, ... dlgeneratee d into a, bItalitg tol;ticitn antd angry litl. gent, is busyo in otndlctiog his suits for libel against untirhy newspaper ditors. lie has recovered $1110 damagl s agat nttlst the d titor of Ilte Otsego Republtlitcn. Col. \Vebb will be his next victim. 't'hero political anovel writers are. dangerous fellows to tWeddle o ilh. 1POI(CFR REPOtIT. SE.CUOD 3SJUoICI'AI.IT -IREORtIEn's CoUItT. 3aty v0, 1ti3t. "I'AKacf oI NIGtIT WVATCH. I'ernurd Ihatlalnd, entetl his mite, bon d It, keep tite p teet'-in $tl. tIugh ltontit , drnk, titscarged. R. aruney tntls Illetrv thl e,,, T. Dtpew, dtangeroua ellc. r ier, eOlnlninted lIyr r30 lo, . VI. Carr an ineorrgti bl vagahltd ahld ld suspicious thaimaeter, cuntlltled fur n'ne, ou thsl. or oge Lo. rocjt c ftug of a rott ft. All i°S.E CONID MUNICIPALITY. ' b------- TUESDAY, May 29th, 1839. ' The Cohuncil met pursuaornt to adjoure ni: pres. are,! ant Hon. Joshun Baldwin, Reco der; Aldermen resod Caldwell, Freret, Gloyd, flall, Loukett, Peters, our Rogers, ncowll, Whiting and Yorke. Ttite The Journals of thll two preceding meetings hav. e ing boc read and approved: The President laid before tile Council tihe an ionswer of ). N. lIonnon, in a suit brought against him We by this Municipality, and a rule of Court in said unu. case. which was referred to the Attorney. Trn- 'rihe following Weekly Statement of thie Treas. urer was submitted : opal SECOND MUNICIPALITY. I l s LY REPORT OF TREASURER. By aluceo pSr at Report, 3,077 03 0to '[nello llt r.eoived cinoe, 17.,597 85 ll " an UOnLt from City Bank, 5,971 96 ry. 're mcount erpcndoed 13.551 73 Jr, 7. r og ill ud)l n h icipal ionts rie.t,,.l4, 2,742 0i So. il olo ingl dp leod ill City Bank, 6 c05d 7 C i t lll ciue this day, 3,448 19 By tL lance brou0ht down, 0,447 r1 05: 't i Cit I:aCllaonk, (00:1 70 " lll llP ' lM ii o le Gloe s rdtr- ,,rrd. 24,74 r O n o'O. . orILlod tLad . U Cuvalllier for ro rI a *Ii 1.0 J.i 1,00000 00 Ne Orleans, 2801th lay, 1839. en. A coWmmunication from the Collector of taxes on n g grog shops, &.• subitting his quarterly accounts, . was reofrred to the Finance Committee : Mln. 'Islt following securities were accepted of Capt. 'IIe r. S. larper, Winr. Dcbuys. a, OF Samuoel L. Beolman, Richlard Terrcll. of Of A. Plkard, E.Canon. d A Pettiin of L. R. Gaitrnno was referred to the Police Conmmittee : to Of F. Jordly, in behallf of o nrlle. Buolrrlhaux: Whereupceon, on p ootionr of Mr. Froret, the rules ndl being dispUensed with, it was r Resolved, Thrt the lreasurer receive a note at l1c six anlotilrs, bearing ciglht per cent. per aonun In. tooteco, in favor oland endorsed by F. Jordy, from p0" Mde. Buleltnaux for thie amOount due by herto this Municipality, far laying banquettes in front of her ro property in Grav.or street, oil her payirng all cots curs that may have accrued on the suit ilstituted by tlhis llunmpaljrity agairnst her. rod A peotition oti . Keilly was read, wlreruon 0, nd on otion, tile rules being dispensed with, it is Resolvedr, Th'ralcave of absence for two weeks be grinted to 1 lenry Kelly, Commssary of tire third Ward : providesld that is duties durint g ris ho. absenc ie polforold by his eono, assisted by Culn. r ,d omisaory Barry ond S. Khlourg. loPrloposals folr conical granite blocks, front J. SP. Froteliaprgror & Co. was referred to the Com m.ittee o 8treots ad Lt'dirnc. Mr. Petelors, as Chairoman ofthie Finance Cuommnit. rtee, maode ti follolowing lRlrort, which war s a d aolt ed : To. The Finanrce Committee, in te performance of r- tiheir duties, have superintended the dolivery to the ovill I'oasure of tile Inonerycr, r flelts and evioncsa of ir debt, &oe. ir possersion of te late ''roeasurer to tle time of his decoasea. The ivcnlories are now progressinrg, and will in a short tile he laid before the CouOcil with tre receipt of tie Treasourr, tlhe a ywhole lttested by tihe Coimptroller. o bi T'to c Moroipality note aecorunt as occupied much oftler alttelrion of the Finance Co no ittc, ar d nearly aI l redeemed have nbee , burnt, conform ey ably with certificates ard statements lon file in tiis T Counuil. Up to thl time of the demise of the lote Treasurer, no Municipulity noltes lhad been burnt tuo. excpt those which had been redeemed to be can. r icelled ion conquencc of thliecir bad condition. T'hey 16th Auglust, 1837, ,31.901 51 ly 21st Soptemboier, ," 40,904 09 10tOn February, 1838, 69,470 42 21st November. 51,904 24 1 in 22o March, 1839, 52,930 63 00s $250,170 97 Tile redm lption of Municilality , oltes, in order to withdraw the all from circulation, counuenc. li. ,eed in Novrrlbor last, prepaorltory to ie resulnp, ltm o rspecie ipym:ent by tie 0y i.s., Mo,1t,,ofthe notes thuns redrnaed wure irt oti in packagcs iplacied in boxls ad hil. t i "oer om'Irsaioi: ,010nill0i .1 reautsof e ht t (y inmk. 'icy Lovu been a- witohdrawn therui'on, ardu after berig caroflly r.o xaiei:cd Iy Ic Coi ( ollllll tree d ''reslrerr were ,'i ound to ooro1rropol with tile Ininooraliduuls of tile ilth'l'rcerarer, ex.olpt loil box, of whicih no nc. count wits foUlor, (Io au nlollt mrarkt i or Ilh box tac legtiuood 1.l.! : .-...cl,) rand one oobox beiog fouor he to corntaidn 1 o1272 o, than airl Treasurer' ano.. crount of ithe ans, cal .'l ilJr. These rontoes wre burnt onr hini 7thi and IStl istI. to it. no Oli tri 17Lh, $143,751 86 en 8 " gir 165,250 63 $3J9,005 49 Tile or.ul ofnicew notes r retained by tle Tnreos d urer, for which lie has T given receipt, 10,000 - nb l -$:319,005 49 as 'rTior nruount ol'M unioipallity notes in circulan io by tihe ooa s of lth Comlklrollr's and 'I'roear nrer' Il)partno 0nts, on tile i6thl May, tihe dy Its whlichll Sthrese account are marde u is, s 77,907 52 ir It resultsl toal i th onttcl ao. , irloote rofdroeem i r colrUlat3in . and destroyed aceoriding to ithe accounts of botr de,art. mes is ' $647,063, 98 00\Vn ilo i the toteal amount of Snotores sigued aod issued ae. o cording to said bools, tle a. r ornrullt of blarcls, and tire accouts fobr signing an cno. dnrsilrg is $6;8,548,3 50 Leaving an apparent defici. sncy of Muoieiporhty ntes redeeocd d o ol hand of 121,464, 52 T'I'his result is oroved by several st.ltelentls, all 51ostaoined by tile books of tlhe Comptroller's ands Traoure'os departmento , as follows : b I1sts The total alount of notesr rcdeeed is $1657,34, 09 I Whiic sueo shoIu b d be found oan halrnd after deduc'ing notes re.issued, ololro)o d, orid r.e tained ,y tle presenrot Tro.e uTrer, viz : Notes re.iasued 866,704,11 Notes burnt agreeally to t stoatelmentsl alroady given in this Report 55,9176,46 Notes retained by the present at Treasurer 10,000.00 635,880,57 Apparent deficiency $21.464,52 2d The total a:rount of notes issued i $668,5408, 50 Which suom should agree with the oi:culatson, notes burrt, and tlloo retained by tire present n Treasurer, viz : Circulation a 77i907,5 2 Burnt 559,176, 46 In poonoonion of pronost l'lrenuror ]0,000 647.083, 98 Leavrrgan psparent deficiency of .21,464. 52 Your Cooooooittct have nuseri ol poSlibl exer.. tions to asoertaior whethecr this diosrepancy in the accounts ofthe late Trousurer (nigiot not be eox plained, or tohe uptorenty Mimi i g notes ob dim, I covrcred, but ail their efforts up to thibs time ihaves so beeoon unavailing, and it is n undenioablo fact that If lthe books and docountl be e.trreit, tihere i,'a defsclety of $221,464 52.10t of li4daicipai'y notes. While investigations in relation to thi 1 matter continue to progress, the uniersigled Fan. ance Commiltee deem it their imperative duty to lay all the circumstances within tlh ir knowledge bore the Council, ad thelmy deem It an act of jus tico to express their nimparedl confidence in the honor and integrity of the late Treasurer, whose scrupulous devotion to his arduous duties Ilad in spired them with great reliance in the faithful per; formanco of the" important trusts confided to him, and nothing slil reached the undersigned to show that that confidence was not deserved. That 'he estate of the lateTreasurer and his securitire, however, are liable for this deficiency in case at cannot be accounted for, is evident, and furnisbes an additional reason why the subject should he brought at once to the notice of the Council. S. J. PETERS, Chm. JAMES P. FRERET. JOHN HALL. 'The same Chairman also introduced the follow Sring Resolu ions, which the rules being dispensed with, were severally taken up and ndouted: Whereas, by an Ordinance adopted by this Conn. cil on the 4th September, 1835, anthorising a con tract with John Minturn f r paving, it is provided tiat paymont shalu be mode in bonds or cash at tir option of the Cuencil. Be it therefore resolved that the M ,yor be, and he is hereby nutlhorised to issue bonds to John Min ,- turn, in tihe usual form, and in conformity with said at Ordinance, for the amount which may from time to time be due him under said Ordinance, his ac counts being first examined and certified by the Surveyor i ntd Comptroller. i. Resolved, That t o' Treasurcr pay to II. A. Sher. burne, on the warrant of she Mayor, tie sum of two hundiod and sixty six 0.t00 dollars for spikes aecd ir constructing tWharves agreeably to tlhe Survcyor'e cortificate, 'Whereaso th.t speo in the port approprinted to the use of flat honat by tihe Ordinance of May 14, 18:16, is found to be ilsufficient for their accoamno. dation : Be it ordained, 'That no flat boat shall be per. knitted to remain longer than the twolrve days fixed by law witlin saidlimrite, but shall at the expera. tion of said twelve days be remnoved to that part of .the prt appropriated to tie ian of flat boat by the Ordinance of 19hl Mareh, 1839, av the spaces in ifront of St. James, Celneste, and Nun streets or beyond tie timits of the ptrt ; and any person act. uig in contravention to this Ordinanci shall be Ii. able to a penalty of twenty five dollars for each and every way they iimay so contravene: and the Whar - finger is ereby req ired to attend strietly to the execution of this Ordinance and Io ia fur hter re. quired to rnlforo tIe Ordinanee of December 13, 1838, prolhibtinrg ohe breaking up of flat boa adl other craft within certain I:mits thorcin spe cilied. Resolved, That the Mayor be ansd he is hereby nulhorised to sign an act on behalf elof this Munici pall y, whereby R. O. Pritchard, Syndic. of his own estate, and the neeurities given by him in said capacity be released. so far as they may be bound by Ihe bond given to enrsure the faithful alminis Iration of said estate ; provided that such release shall not be deemed in any manner to lesson or impair, the rights and privileges secured by law to this Municipality, on the property for real estate taxes, paving or other similar elaine. Resolved, That a note at ninety days be issued to Joihn Minturn for four th usand three hundred and seo nty three dollars 89:100, being for iis Snaccount of'paving certified 27th instant o 29473,71; and $1850, 1:100O for irtereat due him on notes given him instead of money, under the former contract. Mr. Caldwell, Chairman of the Committee on Streets and Landings, made the following Report, accompanied with the annexed Resolutions, which, on motion, the rules being dispensed with, were useverally taken upla ad nopted. REPORT Of the Committee on Streets and Landings. The Committee beg leave to offer on sundry impor. tant matters the fillowing resolutions: Resolved, That the offihr ofJohn Grant in his letter of May 14th, 1839, for the work to be done on the wharves, in front of this Municipality. v z: driving piles at $3 each, capping and planking at $7 per square. be and the same is hereby aceepted. ReIolvvd, That tihe three wharves marked, on a plan drawn by the Surveyor, under date May 7th,

1839, two bhtwroee Celeste and St. Jalnes streets, and one at the south corner of Market Square, shall oe built agreeably to said plan, under the su pcrintendance of'the Surveyor, and to the satisfac. tion of the Committee on Streets and Landings. Resolved, That Wlharves, no. 3 o ,& 4, be joineod together in like manner with nos. 2 &2 3. Resolved, That Wharves nos. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 & 18, shall have abutments at their cor ners of 17 lhet each. Resolved, That the Surveyor he ndl hle is hereby instructed to have graded and tilled up forthwitlh, Cormmon and (anal streets to Galvel satrrot, and Galves street from Canal IIo Poydras street. Re olved Tlhat the Surveyor be a d le is herv . by instructed to detail twelve of the cllirU g.ing, for tile purpose oif leariang oult the ditchesa recent. Iv dug fbr iraiinig lthe first and 2ud wards ofthis Muduiipality, aiid flr fillintg up andr kaprn in or-l i der said IlTriniag districit. Resolved, Thai;t the Surveyor lie and he is Ilrro- a by intru lted to carry into rli.et the Ordinance creating a Iorse market on Hi.in street, sent to ' the Mayor tihe 12lh Sept., 1ti38, and that for that i purpose he is hereby authoriri:d to erect pots and chains aroilal i said apace on IIl.sin street. JA\IItESII. CALDWIELL, Chllairiilman. B SAM'L. J. PITEI:IRS, BENJAMIN WHITNEY. On mnrtion of Dr. Rogers, the rules being die. pensed will, the following report and resolution was adopt d. The Police Committee. to whom was referred the p tition ofMr. E. E. Rogers, praying for per, nissiior to urect a blackh.I th :rge in Calmp street, near Julia, taving mide the necesRary inquiries and finding that ho has obltained tihe consent of the neighbors, would recommend the following reso lution: DAVID JNO. ROGERS, II LOCKETT, JOHlN HALL. Resolved, That Mr. E E. Rogers has permis. sion toerect a blackasmith's forge in the buildding occupied by him; the said fo gto be removed immediately upon the order oftthis Council, whreth er occupied by the said Rogers or iany other ptrson at the tim sluch order many be ven, and provided tle said building be fire proof. A pe ition was read froi the President of the Second Municipality Stenam Ferry Co., and refer red to the Committee on Streets and Landings. Mr. Peters handed in his resignation as one of the Commissioners of the General Sinking Funl. Oi motion of Mr. Lockett, the rules being die. pensed witlh, it was RosVedl. Thllat, provided the U. S. District At tlrney makites ie olposition thereto, the Council dlemrs it expedient to posltpone the nle of the squa e of ground, bounded b Canal, 'cihapilou. las, Commtot atnd Magazie street , until the 2nd Monday of January net., anil that the application of the Attorney of this Municipality for the sale of the same be modified accordingly. On lmotion of Mr. Caldwell, the rules being die. pensari wilh, it was R-solid, Thllat the TIreasurer pay, on the war. rant of the Mayor, to John Gibson. Two hundred and filly dollars for a picture of Washington, for the Council Hall. Oui inotio i of Dr. Rogers, tile rules being dispen. sed with, it was Resolved, That the Recorder is hereby authori zed to notify all persons, keepi g g blhtring tables, or any games of nhzard whatsoiever, il this Muni. cipalhty, to close the same within t2 hours, under a penalty of $100 per day, and in case of non, compliance to have the parties arrested and bound over to ilie Criminal Court. On motion, the Council adjourned to l'uesday next, tie 41h June, at 5 o'clock, 1'. M. JOHIN GIBSON, j Secrctiary. PASSAG(; F)OR1 IBIO'ION. The line slhip LA iGRtANuI,: Caittlin r Mlaron ,il, lis SUp s liler iiconumuilndtiontfiir 0 or Oit pioeSlters, 11unt tlil il on chei 5tof Jilre., Apply oil bonld, ippo itr the Illper cpress, it Io L II t E, The flst sailing latket ship SYlLIV.tNUlS JENKl INS i itll . G Bat ker, rao ne acoiao o m d tle H ,ll Itasselle rs, i end will pusi vc v sail l alie 1lih It June. For pu-sage uenr , ilain, superio" na tiurniiudatiitil , opyi Ito Capt Ilt rker, iii bard opposit l esl t 4, id PunitliaCtllit, r may 30 - - . I1 CoAI*.:,9J (ommon n f s FIOt hII E.It . e 'i i A I uperior ai lld vterl ret l ilitn. oi. p JI.hidN Dit.hLA, t:ai Ct Ca-matc, will r " ceite illlndiae dl:lmnlll IFtr bhltonte of frctiglit iur psauge, apply to 1 I I GAL, ip3111 30 6I3 tiCniiIttnr t FoIl. I.IVEIRI'OOlU.. 7111l Jute. Tire A I fast sailingship AliAS It)liFE, Cot inlirer, Iuinig tier cairgto all Cegngrd, p will sail poaitivly on tile a7h 11ist Fuor pl.. stage. hasilllg superinr aecoall' iitiitosn, opply o i Ileard l ulppoati utiper prese, or to S &, P WHd NIN'EY e may 30 7,1 Carup st FORIL NEW VIORK.i. IHohdes' Linie of Packet.. To Sal oitie 71h.June. 1. Tim superior fast sailing packet thit - CM.UI.GEI, L.eaviit, iesler, wilt p itively sail as above. For frniglt or tin. sage, avinilg elegant accommnodations, sith stile roills, aplly to tb. craptain oi board, oipuaposite the Vegestahl riarkret.or Ao A OIIEN, may h30 No 90 Cotauoonot 1 7The parkrt ship Ahtbaenme will alceed the O-c. nulgee, aid sail 7 days after, 1t1NOTICE--Mr. Chas Ilale, onsl-see per r ip Jshn Iluulp, or his agent, is reqtuesed lhi call at tei subscribera' office and tikr his ginot. 'mauy30 I. iI GALE, 93 Couiinoil lst fo VALIIAtHJ0: a-sccA CE I. t W ltiKI. ?M ARTIN'S Reports, a few copies oly left, in 19 Y-,J v Ioe Louislana Refdrls, Ov ole Civil U ae Louisiana, I E Johns &. Co's Cod otfPranctiee do new edition Segentn c & Lower' RRep ets ocase is in the Eng lith nourts, 32 stle. Williams' Massachusetts RIeports Peters' Reportsn, 12 von ;d nillodsneod Ito Arultenld'e civil nod crioliel q'leoadineg Ablott on Shiptnepi; Bailey no BillIS Pleck's Medicol Jurisprudence Bell & Besttv's ChLnc7ry Reporints Chittv lio ills; do no Colntracl othirtt's IPloadinga; do Practice .do equiy Dige ChiItt's Blackstone; Cruise's lige- t Curtis' Admiranlty Digest; Digestlitaws of U S Eden's Co aneery Reports ; Fonblonque's Eqoity Form Book ; Gould's Pleadinegs G(ow on Partnershlip1; isiofann'as Leal Stldies Kent's CommlePntarles; Leigh's Ni i Prlus I'otIier on Obliiaetions Potels' Digest, lt volume, a new wol k Rsecoe os Evidence ; Ru'sel on Crimes. Sondlers' Pledilegs; Smiths Chancery Praetice Sterkie on Evidenee; Story on tile Consltiiuto Stevens & Beoecke eo1 Ilsorance Tollans law of Executions 'lomlios Law Dictionery; Vottell's Iw of Notions ani l genterl ussorlment of tll istallard English tnllIl French taw bkooks, tmongst the Inltter, Me'lii, Toullicr. Pothier, 'rotploltg, I)uraeloOl, c. E JOIINS, r ('o, nay 30 3w Cr St Crle . Ca mlll o ll . is " ineittnf writilg iaper, rul.d uin I ltii, fi. sntle II .dvleo Splerd. AlEX TlWAIhIA tay4 314 op tenoV itingF isli,+e oll/ v t Ito coil t u e Pil rilntin es, a me tnll tlhl o inr o u i t i sedI for the city aned t usiny elpe , and frsnlol-v may 30 A IEX 'T'OWAIt, 49 C iame st ofJ" Pcklio li1i:ON1 aS3 fE r l nv tp li- tn'P sei sengers by this lship will 'lvm .i.)'l I).t leoarld op iosh hfo V."getable tamrkelt, 'idI Evosine, at 6 'ctick, est lwhi' lime .he shlp nwill leae the I.Pvee. 3 r 4 moret alell hielm'fitaily ttcaLnilCUtsltiUoidl i inedii te l t li eriom is .ende. A COIIEN, Agent mov 30 No 90 N eR ,,.'Oo.t /7 17 52 ,7 19 741 2 75 31t G6 12 3.1 TI[I AFTI'.ItNOON, TI'llIRSDA.y At c6 .- o'clo,:k. S Capital Prize, $.10,000! ! 'Tess CapitaIl I'lize of $1,11011 eacl ! Tieikct only 2; tlnlars. LOUISIANA LOTTERYI Autholritzed by Act of Legiolntn'o. Climpter XI.111 pastedlMalch 2I. 188, Cl,', t xtra 19I. fir 18I19, Si Ile drawen oi in flto Iltutlo of thte Eecll l sI t I(I el, SIt. Ulstrles st. oitl 'ITlursll v, May t1tlh, t U. 1 , tit 1-: plts lii o'clock, I'. Ml. preciely. D. S. GltIiOtILY & Co. SIueeve.ore to lA 7)TES & t.lN'I'YRE, tllesonere. 71; Numbt,'s-1- I)rawnol Ihullits. SCII S-I': . 30,316 P'rizee at iountinig II $136,936 'Tickets $2 51--ltnlvee $1 25--(uniltpra '2 cvi P'ckatges f26 tick:ets i 1tt 5, ed so retl ' t law at leost $31. Shores ill pronorltion. P'i hugeg or si.gle tii ketls. fIor .le lv t t it ti nl ie rs' ORiee, 3. Cllnl lexl doulr so tlle cal.rillel ofi Cetnt st. (my30 Drawn Nuntbers of tlhe Grnd tante Lattery, Class 066. 418 67 57 5 59 20 22 15 54 33 60 21 TS'ltS DAY, $8,000 ! iligheost Prize! T'ickets alty $2 00 GRAND) STATE LOTTERY. CLASS No. 44 Extr. Aithorizvdo Ite Ie sature ol tile Stoic, ''to ie l)raewnTis Il)t, tayi11l, 11133. st 7 o'clock, P'. 1, tit Bsop I lit t.ie Ilt.l CoIIIvi sti SDAVIS & CoI, Managersi 75 Numbers--12 IDrawn Batlllell. Splendid Stheeme. 27,81.1 Plizes, ne.uutvtii tso t 91,858 'licklets $2 iI0tltHtveo s1 (l--( l|ar rtrts 50 cit. Packages ofl5 ickt-s f-is $511 0i, wetlletlitd to draw st least $ .1; Slirct in tropoel tiii eFor iPackages or sivle 'Tin-k,.' applv Mayl30 At Mlslagers A oln:e I(e i llnrtrk.+ D R. MOItFAT'1s VEt;IL'T lILE I r I 1 'l ItS eve so woell kieloill l te tIlubehe that ii is Ittdiv lliii ceesarr to give a delildll Stvtlllelet of hkiir itlv IeItI el'the claims I he. do('tr hats ! ,,, th blic 1 t b la)rit'e ionfrele in his tie plai llllS. From lthe It anlpuden WligilJvul 12, 137 AJlafll's I'lls nvd ili/ters.--T h vet J.1iien Ir o . Ilins pddilie o llnsvelll i Vt ii ',iver of in tic ', rt Itlle t invlmui h "'I'll, pre.s v Pit- ) Juurnrll ' s ni-,] itllllllSl sItopped" to inmrlmlt lhe te .imoar. Sel.' dll o. S ll ll ,ilI Il, vam of Dr. ttit IlnksL vs li i llsurti llg lle til i sue+tfi iit vnighiir ,lu ,.ndiew rie / init i1'iii i nuiiii te articl ns h unveol ,tiioto. t h' it s is vei'ii ind, aid we Iroofs,, tal i t11 11 11 wlabo hth r iiii,.'i ll ke .f cti,, no ithill hl the ste ti e l i ti mi hy ;Im tring uni ,r i I "w. , i ti , I vl t ill i il.ll Iitloto tile "I trl nr nlltpildl dnle'ss" f' talel rea m Ile. it.' i-eI a .. Tle.,o, di< e ,lls is ulldo,nl .tdly' ta +tlrl,+'i,.l lsu1de.v. fi, LF"i l:IIR IIN.11Etn V~"ý al lrh i !11 f ,,:hnG.: ,-u , is fro, it ,lr. 11- l, .. Ei:,t-~ of ,t Ii lh.ptd ~, I l , J,,nrn. r , .<1 li, 1:1, %II ,. t. 'e"-. 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ItI, Au.t 1r Ohl It .o 1' . ' Ot'MoItItt ORtONO.I1ESoE 'otl. tim. 0EEK HAYS0 00 Foool Cotult 1, o .. I. iur C. o 4o'leok,, -. Mlo. ors' C ooto ' "oc A. M iLocomootolve 0, . Lso,onru o 7 . . .d r , , - i , , 111 " 1 ', " .. . e " 1I , | 1 r, , :: '1 I'. B :: " , . . After 0 Oo','lock a C.ar call be oth elld by l)dlll l tars for the T .rill. T,.... ,;Ig".'?t, ARRAG ,',°.. ,UN+,?, :..;, .... Theu corn will Icuvr " t if., sam~e hoarr ism1, Ihr rwua Buys· d alltll I o'clock, I' . i . when ! ;tt l.oWollluieo ill Iovo e t loo , lltoll on Oov'ry hour, lltll. t tt olockt,. 1 t. t Ierd \ht nl'elc)llc hdultiul ufplcreons vi..ilt ( Calrroll.Ol IlIeI 5o'clock car, a..diwhoumay n "I, |o IU hrr:mal H o'clock, tie cllooa thint hos hot 'ofom r ,ft o 'r: r i l lo It w iI rellllllll UIIIll tit i'cllLtk. IIl+( l) il tl l I ll a e ho r rto o elojoy the l,.ala.oot tblko of o f00 fhe0 00o0t boo,,utro'! (00r. teo is In o t Uotod SOts. 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Cohars d., liots Jtckson e' dei Coutrse. Ceos motoo.j rtrlotlll do hl IIoe. .o k oll h o d Ih reso' A. 01. a de Ilalt? dtl (duCalledA ti; heo e 'U dt mati e) couralnl ellagau huro. A 8 henrea+, ils Jnrl irt tomItes tle;detoi heurs, j. oloI o ohell du . ol l rull. Jaekson,el.t juaqu' 11 9 h rll ea htr. ue la r du Cairl, ex. to0 bi 81a de lai ru o d o Ca t al. s tttooldurs set Iln1tolCui renlehtI nric hu no pto o ll~t+tlro Its )id Is t lsll II.oi tIS, etJl it pats l+Ullll dtlll les Oluals ]orsquo lea dnImie.. s'y troUVln i. .Ureaa de lat Colrpjln ie du che tmil| d e hi.r du Car retoitn .t!de Ia oouvli Ooorot'a.m rolltus~ldg 1l JOHN 11A 11F'SONL Fr U~tJtE WEIhlo'Et VA IF-Ntt od PSt)N llzail8 hlgen cnr cu chef. a smll card, uccmnpaoied wilth u Otemoir of Mr. W\'ebster and a briefextract front is celebrated speech of4800, with a pattern of thei Vol., for sae,h whootosult oid retail, No I1 Chtootres at. Alto, a mioiature Liooeso' of Mr. \elbsoer; ,to Declraion of loepedstoodce, wilh ite sioo iles uf t o untic!. may Ilv 1 SAC.,n J[DE---t"tOoots io,, roo fr .ale by uNy6 I)()ItOSEY, 44 New Lovoe EPRESERVES -4 b4b0 reeivig hula foomwo York U per ship Oconee, for sale by my $ IIAt.L& It oW R \N, 9tt Aloooetane 0l DIHAWENIO tsoutu7c " COOI'Elt'S Drawtog Bhook ofkfAinodls Art of Fluwtr o ao iotn io wsater oltr Hardio'os Eatrly Droawing ttuk I'asatoos Jouvoutit Artist 'tilt' o Eltoosoiooo I)rowitg Book Aodrew's Le.osto ih Flower Poitintg The Little okoleh Book, let aid 2$ serifu The UltidtJ Stotel Irawio Bllook, ju- ret.ived nd fomt tloy o4LE`. TOWAIt, uty 16 0 " (I:tUp st ( TATE OF LOUISIANA.-Cty of New Or. lac us.--Be it known that this day before te., Jt,n ph Belzakin Marks, a notary public, in anrd hI for ithe oiy and pa-bsh of New Orleans, State of pi L Louisitn, aforesaid duty commissioned and sworn, at Personally caoee and appeared Mesers John Ste. eanson Walton-John Hall and Archibald Brown Si Blile, Carpenters, tran.acling 'huinesi under tIhe I lstyle and fire of J 1.1ll & A 1 Bci--Bctjatit I at Ilarrod and John Ilughes, Carpenters, trannacling re buhiness under the style and firm of Ilarrod & u Hlughes-JohI Thm'il a Osborne, 'Matk 'Theumas, - el Freeman Annable, Joseph Wilder Davis, S auel A Morrison, and Daniel Babcock Clarke, all residents ci of this esty, who declared, dr That in confiormity with al act of the Legiala. torn of this State, approved on the thirteenthl of di March, eighteen hundred and thirty seven, eutitled tI " An act to authoriso limited or alnon lllaou part. so nerships, and to regulat the e same,' tey, the said te appearers, hauve agreed, and do by these presee sta agree to enter the following limited or anonymous it partlrrship, under the elause and conditions tol at lowing to wit: a Art . 1. That the name, and style, under which t saI dal partnership is to be conducted, UhaIll be. The p `. Phoenix Tow Boat Companyy," and that the place c leure said company is to be located, shall be ii the I1 city ofNew OIleans. i Art. 2. That thle dlescription or kind of busilness f a or industry, to be carried on under said style, by ft le lie dir cters shall be to esalblish and continue to u r run one or more tow boats, for L, t(owitng of ves. q irels, rendering assistance, carrying freightl and pa at 1ad rners, soai ay <tier bUllanes w)hich iay be I lawiful fr low boats It, pertr-rt. t Art. 3. Thatlth amount of the enpilal of said p - omnla ny, slall no one hundred thoesund dollar a Seacht, and payable in cash. t tt Art. 4. That the nwaters of the partners, and Stcle amnount each partner haits contributed, is as fal- it i lows at Saia Johln Stephlnaon Watlllo, eighteens hundred and thirty live shars ; said I lHiall and A 13 ein, a sixty ant) shares ; said Hlarrod & Hlughs, forty one shares; said l.hn 'IThona O(bolne, thittee, slarce; t said Markc Thatels, ttn c!lar's ; siaid Ireemantl A- . iable, ten shlarts; atld Jthn illl er Dal is, ten ca t iI Slfh a efk ( tathe, rintt sh ares. ar Art. 5, That this prttirshnt sthll cotirtence ' yfro the datbl l er ofr soad itIlt ometie halltlermii ate it thirltteautln of June, tigct titetn tudrud and ftrty. ltiree. i Art. 6. That there chall It thr-e directors t, Irtlesact the ttaiinutrrs uf said etlcllially and admlin. > stor its concerns. Art. 7. 'l'hat the powers with which said diretcrrs r shall tec vested, shall be to elect ion amonl gst t SLI.Lmselves, I it own preslelnt, anid ill a vacanr. tl cles, and a majority of whol shall have and are it iherchy invested with ifll power to roceiven al ptay all monies, eld to do and cause to hl dlne all thatL Sis requisite to the colndlutiltg of llthes luiLtreso io said company-alnd thet prIiitiel by and with the consent of a tmnjorily o thlo directora, is ealipower. . ed to issue the note or notes of said company,fir t all demands, purchases or contracts on behalf aof sna company, couunt.rsigned by at loeast onle of thie directiors. Art. 8. That the tilme of duration of the service of said directors shall Io flr one year; and that a ri election for the same shall he held on thte first lMon. day of July, ofeach and every year during the ex. cistenteC cf this partnicerfhip., S Art. 9. That when saitld tottmtny shall Ihave ar rived at the period when it is to expire, all tile con cerns and aftlirs of the same, shall tbe wounldi up and liquadatld by such directors as may be Ist off.c at tt bilt tie. 53 Art. 10. 'That the powers to bL exarois·ld Iy the Directors intrusted with said liqtuialtott , shal ll na as , follow,, to wit :--To receive su i suHlr or lltrms, ias may be due to the comlpay, and give acqtlllnlll or acquittances thereLi'r. and to sell thie propertty ol'sand company, either at private sale or publie e auction, on such terlls and codililons as to th rnt . may sea fit and advFsable, iand ' pay the debt ofl e I said comipany. t tl Art. 11. 11. hat the dividelnds of tlhe clear profits, a l fter payiog a!I chargor and exple tditares of the cioipany, shall be dieclared tt l paid t tihe stock.t holders, on the tirst Mlonday in July f1' eai ltt andtt every year dlurinlg the existnlrce of this ptartnersl 1 first rt'serving teL per cot. of the prolits for con. at tingencies.-ot Art. 12. That at a general meeting ofthl stock. holders, all rules land rglitl as regulatots la r lrs the taonuber of nties ,each lhkuldlrst l hall giv, anld Ni any other matter relative to the teliar, at tt rn. It pany, not conlltrary to tiv toreglug comll ipactI, bhll t ,ie ctllered into, anl theI rlllesni d regllati ons a ore. aull, shall lb It nolninltii · l it " l y ILaws of Il l, lt P'hollOnlli 'lurt l[It t CI.'nlll illt )'y," and thI hall be I indij g on tle aull stlocldtilr and the.r ifulpUre tit'l h i t-s. 1),u anld lpaled, il my oliceiI in Itha oCit\y f Nw'~ it i lia. ed II .. eird, wcltl l,.lt or la Itl a,. 1 ,,1,l I. . tig, he.r w il, .u..ch ) ,,ppear,, r. . .. .. ",v, ,,, i S()I, llnal sIgned, ,10,0 \\'lll , .o~"Ih \\' J" I, Davis, I atrrod, 1) I ('lirk,', c Al rrso) F. Ar - Ibll, . I.t U. , Jhlit lIl lIhe., h'l t ()'' I iborl , :\ S l.bl,; Th, an+, Job, Illl , J. \V \ ll a ,r , I)J Il' I crlrt' the f.re-goi.l tog be iI Itre copy if the origi al t t- t extant tt e y r '. . r,'gi- t, r" ;i faitth whteretol, I 2ratllt tI l lu )',pr, t'- Ilcund r i y ni na.iI i tlret and seal ut 'olf a li. , at New -itt ,tlIa s , 'th 'd ofi I Afii', It39'. J.O). II. 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Sroel ot Juoon Hugheos cullcguos nognoinit leurp c firro sons loe ltjlre ct frano de Harroh et Hgloes , --Jolcn Tlhomnas Osborne, Mark 'I'hlomans, Frelo-na 1 Arnaldr, Joseph Wildor Davis, Samuel Morrieaon. Sc Dacicl nBabcock Clark residentsLn ontto villa qui declarunt, Quo conformobment a u, Ino de Ia Ldgialature f do cut Etat, opprouv6 hr truin Matls mil Iuit cnct d tronlto sept, itllitul6 on n0co pour an orioser leas as. Ssociutions liltild O nnoonyme oL los rdglor,- ecu0 Slee dils tIdnoins ont coallvoens eot faites par o. pre rsous convient onttrcr la suivanto association, lim iltdo on anonvlao ous le claocuses t conditions clui nivunt sanvoir. Art. 1. Quo la nom, titro ct stylescous Irquol ocortto cotpngnio sora conduito, sora , La Come tpagnic do remtrrquo Plhoucix " at la plane do ceto C(utepacgio, acra danu In Ville do la Nouvenllo Or o 6Idus. Art. 2. Qua to description ou I'ospee dos aI'. a 'nires oa industric, 6itre conlduisd ous hi dite slylo y tae Idiso leteutrs, scra d'61lblir ot coltitlor courir uo Iun (lltx Ietooalx do IorlaorquO pollr lo remor. s. quant dee Vaissoaux, nidn.t, at portant let ou pas. asugeors ct qatlquae utr afrefLirt qui scrnit justo pour to Ics toa llax do remorquer a xrclluater. Art. 3. Quo le montanutttt dtl capital do cotte corn. d tgttira Rn c' nct mille tirstroR, diviOd ou nno mille a ctiucs d! cent pinstres clluqtlo ct lyubhblacomnp. tnlet. d Art. 4. Que les nom dlos nctiouaireeat ls mona. Io L| qut chaaa C Uctoatlllairt a contribuh cst comcno S A dit Jahta Satephlntnaa Watson, hult rcent tranto , acteons; a J. lall et A. It. Boin, roixunto et un I, Il ri ; a Iarlrodel cl taott uarnntoe t uncn a tions ; a 'TIlauoa Oburlea Ireizeo actiono; a Mark 'T'loteasc, dix ctionsn; h Jcselll Wilder Davis, a d:q actions; it Danil UBabcoclk Clarke, dix ac d tilons. ArL. 5. Quae crtteo colmagnio commencera ds cceltt date, rt tercmicc.'ra los oparations lI trenat Juin c Cll llia t ana l at r tlrr nr t trot a it. Art, ti tUlloayeor trois diroctouro pour con. tr Lc't'r le atl:ltirer de on dite colupatgnii ot admin. intr,,r se'. intirmts. , Art. 7. Quo 1tr pouvoirn dutl sora VodU los di. . rectacurs, sora d''lir parei r :ue x tn Prdaident, ot de ru'tclir loutr e Ilae.cer vrcantcs, at dent Ia lmn. rtld ulra ct e.t vtou Lnvoc poluvoir do raccvoir e do t pay r toates eaonnoies, et fairie o caunar Ocre foait tout aai 'st re uis a le acothomdnt les afflhirer, dol a Itr coinagiaca' ; rt Ic Pracidat acr at oee lI con. o· at la le m ijori rc tc. u n direttoro, tao nutorisg do 7 donner Ia praInoessU do lat dtUo compagnio, pour toultes Ils dtl:lllanltlldOes, llllate, )t cOntrats, sur I, part cd d 1 . cn t iepagnieic orulitaigl pet r acne 0 lmoins un SArt. H. QaI It lat, dt eu arvice dea dito dcirec. tLelrc Prcrat l uun, et qlu'uno election pour llUlmemo t ra t onue l c premier luacli du Juillet do ohoaquo anod i'cnh'nt I'xistenco tdoe cott carompngni. S Art. . u~lec quand cautn coompuagi nsora ar r Iv ' nau terlllrl soon xpliratic tollctaes tod offaires seroat tl qllidt.e par lIrs dIrettoers cn offic on o et Art. 10t. de le pouvolr dont .eront vclos los diraetleurs coatia auor I tite liquidation sara cono. ie oHllit cavolr : do recuavaair toute eocllna que dtrao la coullltcaglll, eol tlollllner lcitltaaca ponr hc Icdnlo, at P dou vtllro la pIropr tat d la dlite cotcmpagnio pat vellnta iaraveao ttttt tlle m(c oflae aailcrat proprcs e t v tisatl e cs lllrctoru ct do payer toultes lat do. piel-t, d laI caampetgriot. Act. I. I.a las dlividnlda' do atrofiat aprbs avalr E"yd footo ' chloret. st ddpa,.ses do la h ome, |)agtat a ny'.laacar... et a aycges ait lnln actcotnore. It pr'tetnar teldl dI Juiltet at, Ulaqcte nundeo pon rlaus le.istr.co do celu comlllpllhlgni |r rlllmi0 elrlmmt reservall dix I our ccit lu lraolits pour le caesuaol. Allt. 1'. tla'i cIan eltcaione gi6dn'alo do noation. elalrlts I ulla e Iu rargls ct regulations o I'tgelrd du l nlllbr g· ! tes oelll ,s qlue cha;l |lla ncl iollnlairc devr a I cacacl . cl l lat e laiC ca lr choI e rl iat o t l o hiO.ll clri loa col).alllil ron'ot colllnold t oteaIt rdglan et rltttaIg ls vtrao t dtdic an dr eecie0 a ¢ni ha par, tois dt la cotal, gag it .hc rlaarctaaotC Pholnt ix," at t Inl < lr elci b an gnhgatoriru tur los tilt actiaaon rcs cat I ast tr ie casica o a 0ii I udl dtni l a villo do la N tuvell ()calr.l C, hn ac pIriencea d Danoil J. RIcardo at A. \V. loac l, tia h anaie d't e araquin tet de su ratnl'llt d|i..€ans cr e valil, . l if .lpliosenlt i urs ain alatettaaat ¢ ia ot'le,, cavc cii.' dat I oucica l t nore, I nl tll l.,air a, t , Ir l.iner a Avrl loil I I ,clnt tre:nto ir Oc i .acc1 e, Jo ,h'a o. allVica oLa riah Wt. lt.o vic , It i U II ., It. 11 (t1aria , t. Maoraaa .. A . I, t A. I c la t. It c , act.., .alhr, T. Ootborn, 11Tr.k Tlhs. J, hJH. I1. 1), .I. Ih..-,rd, D). J. IUlcal da, .Jo ,, ILb .\lMark., ,.t ,l, lat I '.a, t aLtl. taii. t a i: t (,.t I iii, aarll + e l.Jan ilc alla. at I ''etc I It oh'.ttac ai ecIta ,l Iit l tNC. cI till eN t t ICb.? tat', I. 'At IiI , et. Putb. A -11(11;1.1'. II ill lIN!1I) Coe.- .. III I·······ro·, u u I A.Ni 1. i (·11:'nl.,.,II1l. ,,:! sr1 1 e l.Il1'.1'1'l t11 18: :,on . M. (I. 1. IIII' ii. l l. i IiI., 1eeddet. FUIRNII TUREl I'`URNI'I'iJE!! hosI a ns ,-11l,1e l, lirs Ne,. iclurkeed (tee I '' " ' · " . 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