Newspaper of True American, June 5, 1839, Page 2

Newspaper of True American dated June 5, 1839 Page 2
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MONEY MARA)KETI, Inc. & ic to trvha,, a ,-. I' .e,,,,,,iltlt 1 11J ul Thennaaolotl., u'nrk llt inse t.a. w Iear utnam. dull tntglatt KI It~l~.cl Irel~~r lie leI1ku tl0 totltI,, n(r*;0It 'an Oct d Hill tud ito ateartor -eI itr laiar n m o any nich ut I. ntolhtital itttfuttd , (hejito II I~ll, llnlutnnll tt tIt war. M,. h oFlthe dltlienlty ,n,,,riratl lout enllar tnll ill a on naure be lul, tuttyta It tmudoal haltering of the Mi'sMaieitpt ntd Al~laboea,,, t ilnld l theincreae dl I] .hi ity tf the dlelbtu,,o in. thel a ontlat t lttpy ull their oraetliora in ltlt rily. tFontt I eanPrietnr:e of tIle pool.o are. inclineTt I,,ltelitvn. that tihe d nacunt, line ho, fier,will be ,,toended Inlute. totO.t the olliotftu the etmal taUdtr tlhn th, re I,,g, ttar. Aim Ietisrste. promptly carriedlou ttouuld anou, hltflt in all rlho lcr icnioun' itftrace' This furtherrrce~iptofhall ,newt trnm the mI nnn end Lioerpeel cottton matrk,,h t de ,krt llraed ,holders to wait thttarrival ofthet (.ot Wetero. Th, e 'I ehtlort crop party it lteri- firmlo eonvieunu·l thn,, ever That picrs w mnul ri-e, wvlhile the law pnrile ttien IrtrUInt-en aruel th er decltne It Ite turket. 'thn e- ar lnow 440,000 hogs tafAm-rica,, in solek at Livetttutl, audltlhe declij,,e to priuse pnuitive. The tltnroe neilht itonlul t atilo dt tnod still. In vion of tlab w lo di-hearQui filet',, st i sales were made ton-la, , if wo excepnt i reeler thIt, tine Ioof Rod Meioer Oolt,,n, wu, to htn t! a slight d..- a clint. We hlae nolt bt.pn hll i't v tei' t 1 eport All oler nrti'tles P pratluee puronku ot the dlleaeo o01 tlhe general tnthket. At Neow Yok,ootluen tIn Iurow 'an thhe '7tt,, nawell Ottttcktt. U.t in Buk shoae, 1193.41.4 Wehava v oy Into lo, vicd', furom tneorun peels in liatlo eiesi!toi. A hevy ratled hren madleto,,tlthe iote Es. tote Bnok ill iltjlegeoonetv fiur nIt t,,tes fnllitg due. The Balnk wa dinaainlllltptplatte. Ittealgrivi o of tut eie shlipped to it tat, Neo l Ii, tt Itloth , ruen wanurt h ta peini out olwat silver a n n hoed, -U. t. hluntt antts anot due hills Ifr str lalanue, to be- redeemett o t ti Ilse "ship tharivedl." The. llie.iteippli Springs Roil t Read Comtot1,e,,,, 'nr I, fFn'lelc a tut, of $tlll ,011 atot the (rlard Itathk, I'l,, la thiu, Ion b tag,,bg m altlue paset w eetinth 1' ,,t,, tlrotun. h aotllmen n it ed irtIliude and tllellr nartt!:ern c lollies, no o no til the lua., Into ati'e stttet-uo - lotllfot the i,,sects celltd thI', cerrllltIa,, and army i, osui. Cloattet,,,. lnoy In 1 ianlllultnn May ei trhnrk,.du 4 j........... ...4 llellllllti,\Inr .........2 PPlnludrlph.u d~o ..........."2:1 1 Lonlt~ lllr e I, ...... .....0_4 N3Jltilvre Id1 ..............3 Si. Lams, d o ..........1n PRnnuhillh. Io ........ .. :st ,--l , Ar !!4 tiostun (Texas) 'toy .. . I'r.. April.............. Io t Bouton, do .. . to; lludon. Mar ........... 1I Nahenile du ............. taci ............. t10 FPOIO ' OF NEWY Olil'ENS. . t CLEAR INCI . - June 4, 1319 P' Fr harq:e Z.ml,n, 1 rmics. ,,i n..,N. J Oljar 5.lI Vent;s, ta Iil(, !,.h r ttaslHste hy J Pratt Steaellt N.(atts 3 l h,1le s t I.otLs M.lIter ARRIVALS. June 4, 1, steam panker lanCarsn, n13 hIo, s loa Glveston, t to Bog., It & Howl horn o ' Steamer A Porter. DGrbsy. from St L.,i Ii stemesr Atltlntt, Fat,,ll, t.m (i,'cis, til Bteanmr F-rpo.a, RobPrtson. from (:lnciJnLuti Steamer Dintr. Carter, front Louistille NANTZ..Per tarque Zlllmpa..Ca ýo lus5 bles cotton 720 It CA LPEIACIIY.I'Nr sah VentIno.,Carg.p 50 Il fsnie 1200. reams pollyr 1 s in wrapping dosian l at, cI . t IIes Iar, oil. IItlnts eltrthrnware BT LOUIS--Per osteaer Pwu . '...Cnrgo 19n rstesE warn 10 asks lhardsware 3s Iulldle.s spdes 1ulldles I ,heel iron IMPORTS GALVESTON. I'rstelamr Cuhl.. CarSgo23 beefllidebSSla et 5 hale. ootoll i )1 Laon IIECI.I'TS OF IRODUCEI St Malrtls, ill-..t'rrstea trs A I'Porter..C r.o 74 h ss gar Follint. I.'llo.sq & Desoles. 6i5 Ihld l.lsur C 'Iuleda,,. II ble.ls 3ole tHnlt & Itlln 6 hxslowtersos I,,ard Cincinnati.:Ptlrss, tr Alauta--lagn 24 caIsks an.s 1J hi Itaeo l and .undri.ts N \V Vi,,eer s I his p.,lrk J A prrmelt I U 7doCJGoodin I i90dosslsr') l .sass do Olutrt On Ist-ksrd SstJom hbilrn I ,,ttfea do(r, lll o lbnd orles ) &rlty.eo en bL tolto pillss Dorsyl do tlr. - IFhns' . p..0 Ic, Lrise ( fronts I lg u,tt I do i ..'Ilitel& cu 2 , huell J aitle, t 1ti) dot tchicker, 5, do Stese J Gootd U.lt P,,hll Ol Al.lla in , Jackrshon s " I +oti'ville..lr .tea.. r I)iana..t:nrg 200 seed,ll iopn 2511 r I t t. b n, sg t g ts llr , yh d L 5 leric k 6 9 I tI . a l, ilSs l, B lu rk,. Watt & co. U ad, Ld Ili= ' I, dan sllsJSIItg.,l 11 ) dllrllosss, I tluB snsrtl" ss roils rpeI s V 31 Howe, & c1 4 hli pork sts ku,, I.lrdt 3.1d,) pork J lirrss . t.o IW bb fiý,ur 7 du Ireel' Layer 4. A utlulig 68 hIad cattlo Air ! . r Ztela, ,r John L, ..... Kimb.ll. f... Natchrleh ..... 0.tclntolc'h...Ptvr ,lhnoler John Llinton..CurgUo2 bo e. [nn t dial A P!ll-r :1 enrdlr Srr kinll. Hart. /,abtt 0 co 4 bakkot hlhlltlpaign Illpdot idr 1I) keg, butler J C Ilzey oo drv s [ll b.xl stlll. J e, l I&!, h]. bls cottolIA Leduux - co I yelo wool S Bell,31:4 bkea cattlul, J It Ploclhio & co PASSENGERS tsr sirtlsmrr I la.. tIsdnnls- Ila.rell and Salders, 01e,.rs, S11eppar1. Prk,-t. t ls,. o()'l, l lr . trrord y I;usslsll. Jnln>on Baker. Stewall1. l.ole. f'hllh, It. oy. 9K ey.'u Tuck., Clun p Berkley. KtItpey, lto e,-,. l'h , t. lba- . i httl "o / B scks ,.r. ll.,, t! .... 1t,,s ansl -o, .'.'... Edl.,."s, C sy, t.o'. tdol. w oilto... Scl'ssls Iltsk. ,p I,,ey, Hi',. Ilos.. ,iss.AS." kins. Ar ber. 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BPOG 4 d JSOIL) JPRIN2'T2 III conlln.ion wilth this O() ce is a SPLENDID AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF TYPE Fllr T:E I'PRNTING OF Pamphlets Blank Checks Catalogues Bills of Lading Labels, Dray Receipts, Legal Notices Auction Bills, Bill Forms, Show Bills Steam Boat Bills Circulars And every drscripliosn ofrJob 3'orh ae lonv bereqllired. o U.ntER Alr I 1ANGEI ENT'. C mmncinrol _- u . bloy, Jlm' 2. 18391. Sn 1 s:r;,, uril leavefl th iIRE- ' T P I RIl ',otn tllh ir r lll, ' Iohi lil layoull li lyl, v r)'y d ly in Excel t S llayi , will the. cl', ill run 1f.llow : |II I l. I'olloo o. 1 A. 1. I I'. M1. :a . M. J3 Jlls . .\ A IFS II. fi ttI , 'rsid.nl l0.i 11 A tI:X\1 IIII, ' l It'I II l lnfl lg' SII11ttio f'tT, I'lTON. Jlo i tlt. oi,.r t eplr , hl-l l r l "tlli Iii . I1 I t ' It otlli'ko' la IlP -Ie , P.M. For IciFhlt or prntl e ll l0.0ilin. 0p101 i uec i - iitlll iOlll, llal ly all Ibua ld. oppos i .'1.1,,111 IInlll-e or "J3 'I' 11 .li'" & Co, 18 dNw 1.Id e m* nt of I'ia rlh, t g nn-i- tnL, ill ;-Pil ,nlo-, I icol , xif I xoxewod, n ii ,., 1: t 1 It i i ] 1 i 311n ' ., ol;. Hl ur io tI, ll , ll.lll. i ofl .i ith e , rId dilst n i l\ uu l s il lho gany. 0t i uci ieht i'iono ten u dott, Gt.' lesPllO ahtnoilot llo n.r,. all lonll t : lo III e by the celbnrated nallers 'I' II.I. Y, I.. & I'o. 0fl'u,= r. i ll I"uil. luill u,<tave", lira of it Ill'l( lllleri,,r ftli~ ll sltn se I.tlnld rxl refit It' fill' S t ht' IIM ant, I li.el & K 1 lln. r, which Fher ca'bhnate ntdriu" to desire il. r,'grd to the beauli orlhlir tooor. Thltlamalours andl prllrl'1ss) rs oIf luiC alre rTesper't flllvrio t ed too call, I d exllmi t& e o of ll Uplig t p anos wllicll ale elirelv a . new article. to JI)INS t& Cu, St. ';harles =t. IJ4 nP'loe the Vorandllloh a.n r :xohfonto hole fC OIK- io1vir l too I Is0 p1 o flt Ito , I ( . t i o t.oillnle Uot t inspleclio t fier oale by J3I G I)0)RSEY, 44 New I.te'e 11 Jl (: UI)I:ýEI.41 Ne. Ievee j EN'I'tL't(t o Itlltllto ton Illiloc Ie onoy- $500 Sof said de .tt i otl, o llr rtlr i v J.4 \ 1'I'IE ll 3,1t Gratiern t j rj .',I l1t:'T l i - I- togs la oding LGowt tetal o4 e,, luirie, fur Is.!, by J4 3A TI'I9IE4R, j4 iGranir t ') '..gl) -I.E'Il'I lt PA t'I .I-:I- A few cases of.ule7d L Ieler Ipale[ of'rini ·· rpullilies, just reived aun flr aale on accuallll ingl terlls by J4 .t 'I't i\WAR,I9 ('aop t. l-- As Im. --it ltoi. v lt alot g Irut ' t it o atouiotoi L oppsite Suzertt ' s for stol' by J.3 H A I.I. , & BIIOWN, '9M Iaozinr ,t RIENCH Playing Curds-Ju-t rsce.ved from New A Yor)k, ta f[.r ,rce of tery ' u .O lilr double" ead Cards, "ors. +. I tIV ll llt p ,r .vce by I)AVII FIELT & Co, N Y Otatiuoers' Ilall, april 3 .4 Chartres st NEW PUILI(x'[iONS. - ¶IRHE LiItt l'trrnrlllo Uill 1lu \\aler lot,, otitl Sother skotclio of tle tiIep by hot, Slul'rit wlthl etlchlins by Jtohotn. Pas.al Bruno, a Sicilitoan Etory, edited toby 'l'eoore look to wsilch is iappended tItoe'oiDaemeoi a stoory by l'theodore Hook. Nutnlwr Ilo, '.ihohls Nicklehv. P umberr 7 and 8, sketlries bvy Poz. Clarke on Ihe Mulberv 'T're" anod Silk W.rm, and on the prodomlrin and mantlhct,; e of silk, eomllellished with aolprorjlrate engraviogs-Ju-st leeived oa11 for sale by W.v tcK'AN, eed cnr ('atp t . Co ll oll ate BACON ýotehtfL - a, kl C'iinoatk i care, fc,r .roll. by i Dt'ItlEY, ssyl 44 New Lrt-e 111E IIIUE AMmLAI ItIaU lN. pay FAITHFUL AND BOLD. TI otffl .l 'ouvnal of tbir 2tb *ltuticipait. atillt I'UIJSilFD I.rui Daily, Tri-Weekly-& Weekly. ti n dit w N 6W Oil LEAI % AN:. £ictn -- - -- - fun WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1839. Intd obta Thelrtlry.-Mr. l n Iluren.--That Mir. Va! IBuen until inlteds ithedtlissluioen of Ile present army of tile U. i States there cenin.r he the lenst dount Every step t is wih:h lie has taken in his commauned of it, goae to lshow are that such is thedesligni ofthePresident. Ilis influenceinne en this subject had such weight with General Jackson' ~ill that the very same policy as now prsted tnwards tile grei army was inl a grat measure carried ont under the last Cin nadlinistrction. The qlestiond will le nnlunntly asked- '1 why should Mr. Van Buren wish to destrov te presenlt armly system? T"he nloawer is fhund ill the plinciples by w hinchht he professes to he governed. Mtr. Vat, Burns is the lender of the janobinical and levelling parly, who cns glory il the app'llletion of Loco fnc--and in consist- dic encv he it hound to break up the existine army sys)tem, iln rder no organize another, in which his friends alt sus he clelated to all the diffirent grades of command. But of t we ale not left to clnjecture that al h is thlie feeling of thile President anld his party. We are told thus in so tri mnnly words. The President's evening orga in in this city, nctually throws the disgrace oftihe Florida wnr p or on the shoulders of tint army, in conisequence of its tel nil ari-toiratic organization. Inld the lrine been constitu ted, says this pinnt, uIpon Ihe Firench systemn during tine revolution, the emllinoles wou!ld have been extermina- all tld Illng since. It eonmplans of the existing mnode of the prnlomtin, and wants to see a denlocratic army, in which the gonld old rule oel ronttin in fllice can he enjoyed n 'This paper is not the only one whilch holhis such plin- be ions. Scores of orenau in the North and West prn- 'u imulgate similnr doctrines, and joined to the outcry S against West Point, they all go to prove that Mr. Vail nal Buren inseent ont dissolving'lhe lpresent army of the I. th L.et ui clnsider wlhat lie hIa done since he cantle into power. In thie Florida swainps, all his orders to the an arnlly were 1so niadil is in hng t I deaitn lfl dPufniat. t 'I'This h knew would iead to bring the-nrny into llre- IN pute with thipe p-nple i and ullch nhas been the case, for hel Ille glory of our land forces hasl pltseid nwal, and theyi' are a bye-wm-d'in the n.ud inmouths of fiery Johinia und lld tr stormy loco-li.oos. Evey joulrnal in the pay of the ad- n ri mini-tration, lbors with a hIlt zeal to show that h is de inot the fanlt of Ihie doemocratiec administration thant the e Floridan war he not endlled, but that the erime lays at the p feet of our inefficient and arintocratie'army. Not con- let tent witht this course ofeUnduct, the executive fomenta liti discord amonn the principal oficers, and leaves nothing N. undone to keep alive emnities and jealousies between various eolmmantders, nll with a view to Iowel the arnly I in the eyes of the people. The consequenle is, that a o1i great pnorlin of that esprie du corps that ought to ania b Imte all professors of llsne, is lost, nnd we daily hear subaltrern i fcers'ahnsllein their ullpericrolliners in the moslt unlllesltrOd tlerms, while partizlenhil has laid li her priejuhced hand upon th! npauletts of so mannny in conlland, that the question--what politie. are you ?- I is now almonnst a neenssary pIrelude to executive fvor. Ai good Van Illuren onicer will enjoly thie tivelr antid pro teclion of thell governmen!,ll et any post hlie asks for, pro- t ltee ia fnrlouin;lh when lie ipI .nse, and, in line, do. what it seemll to hin mos proper. All tllhis distinntiion has struck a blow ,at the root of thle arm thalt tlhillg can ret rle nhut a new nadmiistrntlin of tihe goernmenlt, yet it is a part of tr. Van Burei's policy to destroy thent army. Admlhit, fnr a moment, that lie succeeds in his scheme, Sand the, C:ougreas shell dissolve the array anld organise a cnew one,--w hat then? The organizalion of a new army will be entrusted to the friends of Mr. Van Buren, and tilhey will carry out li views. WIhat are thlose t views? ''udge fronm tile policy of tile President ill other mattrrs, is views ofia proper armn fir tie repuh- i, lie will be inilmicaul to our liberties andl dangerous to tihe righlts oftlle people. lint bIe will carefilly conceal nithe tendency of them, nnd appeal to tihe Iparinns of the people, by telling them tIhalin his army, the elowrst pri. Svate can gain the chief post of honor, that inl his nmy the democratic principle prevails, thll, in his army Ilis friends) will necessarily he prvided fir. Ilere a then will be a praetorian coniori ready in do the Presi dent's biddiltg. No Whig, no allli-llresidellnt Iman will be advanced to Iposts ofcominalld. The army will then 11 n be a new liehid enrin excerlit pntroinage will revel at is pleasure. II will be a right aren of the President and not of tihe people, tlthe cuntry. Firless for colnt lnll will not lie re'garded, but in ss to bey thile exec title will. When Ihis i , ITetend, then will 'nine feness n tocomlnnlld I the intllrum nt a Iexetlll iv will. tIhus 9an amny ready to supportl the I're-ident in ainy emer. gelicy will be reaired upon the ruins ofihe preseut nn , ni opening a new tild ofcorrnlptioln,uandipriplnard to overn turu olur dearest liberties. \Vhat we have here said,is no liectilm;--i is a sobcr brri;ohi ditltion flllll lC 11 that no Iluna coll mlistake.'lThere is one other JiAc thIlt we had nearly n tlrgoten lC to altlnd to. It is tihe eUnnntipent o the U. States trooplis it Trenton, N. JeIset. Thi' t seems to ie d.sliled as the finishing stroke to the arnly. Instead of iiproving in disciplin., the troopsB tnhere en carmnled will become a.lmlirilble disciples of lIacchus, eand they will go to their v'nri anit quinters utterly unlhi f, service. lilt ntdo tlrcnrmnt--tihatis lihe President's E policy, and he will cill for a niw one, perhaps in his next an.nual . ssna... , I Te. Louisianian.. Thlis journal of Tuesday, o its Freanch side, htndl.es uts withoutl gloves. Nay, its ruge is so great, because we dnrld to express lian honest opin ion, that it looses its usual argfloid, andt call. iias hard nls. W'henll w read the arli:Ile, we could not guess whatl the lff.Ince wa.s, which wel had conmlittedl, so we rl:elrrd to the artiele whlich we presullmed had excited lIri lito iir's. ire. Tihereinl we found a sirmple exres siln L'lopinion, `uuhdl ccruinly in no ofl'rlnive lull I lange, relative to the Cllange llan eigy bullling n. Now, ~e never lha|, nor hv- we fit ihis momntn any IIdgi l ll''ll i+bilihl, lthe autrlllli of Lou]liilllls a d the allvi e l f , tlt slrsn te, here r-d , n i nrl y warilike r.'nl - st! So fir as uur information went, we Relieved thu[ .hlodic ('Iorug+ was rlne, lnj tllnt tlhe Lufll ,elle itrlItg was ' ri ng. We rull .o Ithell, anll( we say ,s anw. As lo rh ('cola Ai erinnt, ilwe . annot ll I, filtlie: with thrlle , a tnI ell tlhell whe l they Ire wrongII and w llu they ar riiht, fir they ore ft-quet~ily right, Inld Ithy ar feqalently wrlg, t lhey are ino the people wi takt then fillr. The creole Amrrialns have theIm plrljldines.a wle EInli-h Americans Ih ve. "|They rlli goo.d fellows in huniidrelds of respects, h lh in Illany pirtirulars, they ai verey I.uoli.hly. Thie .nle nIIa be mail of oul own peoplel, ad wa shall llnot ger anlgr. Th Crole Aimericans ire generally had ileg Iltor, hald par y Illen.lbad exeputolll. tho lltow,and wte hnrver hesitate to tell the+n, so, be- ulis t lt ton; upon thlem as ftellow ch izenllls. A. htho tile -o-enllti. 'ns.ltlhe i.o nislnlliitl, tlnt we hav'oeel unglraieful to he Creole Americans, we have Ionly t'o say th At we owe lhrln no g nl litude. \We liase ilwiya givenlltheln a quid far thieir que, hough IIey ,ave no alwayll e r lred Its a llqo libr irlllqulid--irlof, ol of thir qgls aredol vet, and be fide they dld nwit elact is statl: Ipi nlter lai , ear. i,, f,ras Jadre CunagE isconlerled il llis miater, we do lot believr inl his illtailliiit, anld we hear that an illlllm acl llll is i~ lprepalU ti i for hiln . feoargLa.--I'he Van Blren partyn are shouting ho lnus at the pIrotspect oI' uriing the vote of thll Sltate i 1810 for thelir lurd and lma tr. Their hllullt are Olly i lu.sed to mislead public opinion in other tatres, for it appears fromu the bIest . oualrsur f-af intlligence, lithat Ih State Rights puarly in Gieorgia will not give their vote t. mIr. Van liuren, .evlln though thoy will rint betiw it upon m r Cliy. The usurpations otif Van lauren haive roused the blood ofthe Georgilns, and they have Fworn not to support the usurper. Their ectiorail ticket will e re pilged to vote for n ciadidaite wllo will lttllrl de filt hie Kimlerhoolkian. Vani Inreni is kanown in Geor gin to le ain abol..itionil in hearl, Ito be .a hih tl raill'n ,, Sira, a i usurper, to Ii e a sort tI Mlleermalih, to have, in flue, no principle whater'r I.,r h:' , tluical Ii le, and the Slale Itighlt party will uneer agr n to, place nlso ci,.e d a cenltralis ill pwer again. \\ e cull on our bretllren in the Nrtlh to il assured to 1lurare facts and to r'lenl bl thilu. cvenl tholugh Mr. Clay may notar gt the vote of Georgia, it is foraver losal in laltin Vai lluren. asfe of.11r. Stevens. TIfhi, gentleman is reaping fruit fronl the seed of his own a Uating. Salne )ars il e,l hle ha rl raggl Ilup blefIne t leaislrl iral of PIenn sylvanilseeni Cilcitizens, and inauined iad blraw-beal iheu aellr cover of hi pririvlleges. He dil m re. 1H made the liouse of delegateS a iear garden. Noa le is re fuild a seal iln the house to whicl Ile is elected by lhose hI a ,hiSd tU be hismfriends. This conducl of the nembers in decratlinga seat vacual, beause it was to be ocupied by an bnomxious legislator, is onily c:arrying out the Van l lren doctrines aof resistarne o all rule, law agld order. At the last dates, the Iuue had cidd Iidd to invesigate their own conduct, wherlrtupojn Mr. Krttlewall withdlrew frol the flor rby the intrructiollrf his conlstitunts. The luuen broke up in confusion. L'rter fe,rm Fran.ee.r'l-Ti packet ship ottuib Phillip i nant Pe, Captain Castoff, arrived at New York In thefthilf aUCf May with advices from IlarrLrnd Paris to tile lt tilt. Ifni We are ildebted to lith New York Courier aditl Enqni- q0 rer ftr an absitract of the news. dive T'IhIe lteromioable quetlion of the French miinistry 2. still coltinulles undecided. A Paris correspolident of ddli the lavroe Journl considers this shuffling on tihe art of eing Louisi highly detrilteotal to trade. Such an event, says et a the w riter,just before f he closef the monllth, is attendrs t ad willh inealculable consequesces. Here is a manou ce-n fleturer, a merchant, or 'tradeoman who might have 3 found'moley to meet hi nigaget.elta, ifthe otniuistry dlu had been formed, and who now, in the impossibility of Mai obtaining a pensy-the hankers closing their ooffers tion until the oonclusion of these ministerial embarrass:s ut tments-will perhaps be obliged to ellspend paymlent. d it is playing a deep game when such important inteoests pub are at stake. 'Thie mn who for two monlhs past havesoil hbaeti tlttI cause of more than a lhundred bankrutcies, car will perhaps one day acknowledge that power tna no soil gtreater eenemy than those people whose ruin has breen n " oh Llltlltolnnated by its Loaults. 'hile jazeltt du Midl;, ublilhed at Marseiilles, says-- ra yeaterrdoy die only talk on tile exchange was of the su- can Ipnsien ufpaoyieptst of a bankiugihouse, which, to the out imoment of its suspesiln, was ill Ifull credit. . 4l in le rail casue of ll.-- t ntlillu had previoutly oeitred that.it- del di lletd this disstelr. Thle tidany belilre yesterday anotlher mercantile housen a suspended pnyment.t Its debts, however, appear to be rto of sooal amont. Rumors were afloat i Palls thatme f tlhtrosoe f tilhe Dot trinuires and lle inllfential ofth221,were engaged ill ilegetialiots, in the hnpes olgetting into their rnks two or lthree inleLela of thie Centre Gotnrhe, but tie at- bo teinpted arrngtellment fell tllront.. vtt A ministerial paper tries to xculpatc lilth King frion nil share in tlthe discussions that eausod tile lisilure of the Pussy cliombination. I The iMloney market in London to tlte fthl April was withlout ehnge. Ih miuistleial criis in Lilomon lhts at been brlt tiIht teoa tclOe by the rfoe tion of a new mill qu aitry. Subrosan,miuister ol f fetreign affairs, ad interimo; de Sanctlhez, interior; Cuucha, Justice; Crvalnho, Fi nance. Thelast uppointment gave great satisfaction to tile mtorchanto. Itraudiera, it was believed, would Cnolte into power again. A Decroe hals been issued in Portugal, preventing fr e any foreign vessel from assumoing Portuglles colore, I unlesls thley had that privilrge prlvious to Janollry j 1837. The object of this was to provent theslavc trade btring calrid till ounder Portul lee colors. Iltlvre, ilavy .-The cotton markeot continues itt a id torpid state, witlla dowI ward tendeney, even the' the I. prinelpalthohllrtler not yield. The filling off in our ft is deliveries compared with those of lust year, is fully fifty P to per cent. 'I he stock shows an increase. The fell in le pricea does not stimulate buyers for the trade or specu lators. U. States ordinary sorts ore plentiful and -sel no ling at a decline of If 50c. Sales ofthe week 1016 bags tg N. Orleans at 102f to 1331. Import 847 boles. tn Liverpool, April 27.--We reduce our quotations for n all hkids 1-4 lbt. In Egyptians salhsare, trade I 1-2 to a Ld,lelow tile highest point. Import thia week 21,738 8 ie hbags Ind sales 7,t800. r The Barton IIamelin and general Allard are dead. he The Swiss are prevented in every way from visiting il Italy b the Ansoriant. Don Miguel was attacked by six brigands near lMet tuno, Italy on the 14th of April. lfe was severely rwounded nd thorouhly robbed. r ro- On the Stit April 5',0010 francs were sent from Ilavre rto lartiniqrle for the tslftrrrs. at A rtptlur with Ahlbel Kader in Algiers, was expected I asat te lurest dales 'rTh French emigrants were in a c all bad ay in tile Colony. t, lThe rlni,ls ol the U. States opon rilgiumt for indem ]e nity on losses experienced at Antwerp has excited great intelest in 1Brussels. It was tholtght that Holland e. otght to pny this demand. Thle Pline do Joitnville has been appointed to the ee comtand oif tIta IMelll Potle frigate at Chlerboorg. en, Late from Texas-We have papers from louston one to the first of June. tn Galveston has orgoanized a citizen's police, and lious oh ton talks ofdoilg the same. to )r. James Star, fonrerly President of the Board of sal Llad .'tlnlllissioners t'of Ncgtloocheo county, has been appoilted Secretarry of Ite TIreasury. The party llthat alttcked tie 'Surveyors, between Hex my and Seguin, was overtakn 15 miles west of Austin ly and utterly broken up. Three of the Mczic.ans were - kill-d, together with their leader, Manuell Flores. ill It appears tlhat thile Mlexican authorities had written to the Ildias oil our border by this same Flores, instiga ling tlheml to war upt tte 'rexiall, ail promlising then nt all the land they took. iThe governolellt of Texoas has epprioed our govero.. Sitent of these doints. Wef have before us ihe ornstitutiant oftlh Texas San Sohll Company, the object of which is to explore the friontliers of Texas. 'The, route of lthia expedition sent out by thlsi ctompany is from Austin to the mouth of the Sanl Saa; thenee to tie waters of the Piedrn P nitai; thence to thIe Pisa Pellunor,nnd lip that ttriver lhrotich tile ChillunhloUan llllin,antil they arrive at w the head waters of tilhe Rio Peureo; thllelle over the ut inal-pay,;" tenrle to the river Inclquan,and to follow ithe same till it IntersthIPe valley of the Brnazs. The onpital of the company in hailf a million and may be ex" n- tended to three millions. One great objectof the expe. dition is to establish a seitlemeot toin the head waters clil of the Rio Puerco, in order to aneit the trade that now nl's flows to Durango and Polosi. Ilia The .t V Orleans True Americaon-- IVekly.--We have recrivitd the lst fa.t nolUltblrs oif llli valuablol .urn 'l. Th etdittor, John Gibion, Ette. is on well its hoisono h all able, tlll fooir.tlo ehanoitioo of out'wrn inI g ter stls, ns a .teietolnll poilitieian-in short, ais one of the 'otno l itetive and prominent citizrns of New trPRIns, that Iwe tlrloto scarcely i o. our recomlnllendalition tt Ilia state -Rayntod Times, . ;l ;liany thallnks to yolt Mr. Ties, for ylor kind ilotier. S\ive meiian it IlkeP rt weekly dacsering f fsupport. dlr. li alker.-I.r. W.aller of lladisonviile, says a lli oi ,ippi paper, was shot at I publi hotuse in that 'Ilv place, on Saturday evnine lest, by t youthi 17 or 18 h'" i ycnars old. It is .-tI ad WValkeri bil anttmpted at indig Sni p tIhehonor of the ltno lnlllluto's sistPr, llich vedll I ,i hii to ido e t mission oof fte fitl l d. 'd e learn r "le that \VhlkrnitrWhir' dnage ously wounded, is still alivd. s I1t, fell uponl the , ry sporlt, wthere i few years silner, lie I a hot a n. n bty the Itoame ofTinoous. 'l ety teed . Aoinxgoio tI Apanioi "It is olty a v be fr: ci y tlnt ii strlitg; for it is ully ip ii Iroe cilr, tllat 1ite tihe ilt! . ts of l t' peltple te. be ruletld." par- - - - Inte I|dap;in1000 AspIaIsoa to Potrices. "Tlihe t pie it-t of pillist is t nt that which Lovie irhttpresses;it i tlht d aII;ll wllich I)enllh has frtowned on and past over!" ] AFFAIItES DU CONSEIL. SECOiND)S MUNICIPALITE. MARDI, 11 Mai 1839. Pdance do 14 Mai 1839. Rdsoltu qu'il est permis a Jacob Levy, encanteur, do vendro des ntarchandizes a I'oncan public, sur I'emplacement vacant entre leo rues des Magag zins, do la Levce at du Canal, lea Lundi et Jeudi de cihaqo semaino, peurvu que cotto rtsolutiou puise titre annutde par ce Conseil on tons temps. Ct pour. vu quo le dit Jacob Levy so conoramne aux rdgleo monts de pohc., exigact quo leo banquettoes et lea runs no soicnt point eneomlbres au d6trimetnont du public. sign6 JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. R6Edlu que permission est et deureure accord- a la Compaog'i n v 'Incendir de la Pers6veronce, No. 13, de tranlsporter avoc eux danas no excursion a la Mobile le 4 Juillct prochain, leur machine et ap. paraux, Signn6 JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. ORDONNANCE, Relative aux devoirs do l'imprimour de la Muni palild at du Secrdtairo du Conseil. II eat ordonlll quo dordcavaot i scera du devoir doe 'impr.mour do la Muenicipalild, outre les autres devoura a loii actaelliotleut ilpo.d par la loi, td publiar un Itat detailld des prnediures do co C. n soil ainsi quo d'asisteor en personne on so faire re. pIdsenter ua tribunal du Recorder, afin do faire or dle publicr un rapport concis des dibats y pendant; aiotsl qua do pubber tous lea avis i manant des otli clrs ou personner employdes ar ceote Municipal. it[, ayant trait a leurs devoirs publies,-les dtls avis devacnt iero sign.do par lea dits o I, eier on personnes mJuployas on leur eapucit onficello, et pupliis par le dil impriul ur. le nuobre do faoi et de la manibre preerat par la loi, Ih dit itmprirour sera forel do traduard a seo pripres fraib, tout co qut devra lire publdan gag ddana a a l iog lo rednt ton celui dan In. qucl d aura ltc dcrit; et iI fouruira nou Coseil vintgtexemplairce plains ot curnplets des ordo - nanoes'ei I solutione, on forlme de'pamphllet. sans aueun deoli exhorbitnt dopuis leur adoptiot, do Ia n6mlno maniere et de Ia meunw forme quo coux jus qu'. prisent fournis par i'nimprimeur public. II devra de plus tfurnir tous ler blancs exiga6 par les divers offiEiers do la Municipalil6. ' env 2. 11est(do plusordonn6 que'les appointments dntlit imprmnmqur ountt dIotijouru fixsa 0 tr. is mille go cinq cent piantres par. an, payable mensuell6mont, len et l aucusn eas ledit impriniour no devra rdclamer who ni rececoir pour sureroit dl travaux on aetromont Ie une plus grando cenpensation quo celle alibub6e ar cett0 ordonnance. 21 3. 11 cst do plus ordnnod quo I'imprimour Praa by 61u tolls lns trois moso; mavoir, le premier mardids til Mai, d'nout, de novembro, et do fdvrior, on si I'lec- . lion n'6loit pas faite an de cooes jours, sllo sernit t aussit6t quo possible. I 4. 11 est do plus ordonn. qu'il deviontld devoir fe du Soc6tairo do Conseil do Lournir ia l'imprimeur It public, le jour sulvalnt celui de la Sdanco du Con. rato soil, une copie duo journal dnlls leqnol ser uno copil soro corrocto does proeddures dudit Consoil, oafn qu'ellu 1 soit par lui publior, t dans I'espaco d'une semaino le ensuito de fournir au dit imprimeur Ia date du jour t oil lo Mairo aura appr. uv6 lea ordonnances et rd. solutions, qul1 Ia date y soiLaonex6O quand sllo so. ra implim6 on formo de pamphlet, ot pe plus an - can oil Ica ordonnances oil rdsolutions du Conseil ourmolt recu lc v6to du Moire, et oi to Conseil y au. rait pdrsisa , I date do Ia p.rsistanco du Con oil ldevra 0Ire ins6rde, afin qu'ello puisse y paraitro. 5. II est dIe plus ordonnl6 quo toutes ordon- La nancos et rdsolbtions coutraires et incompatibles av0e les dispooitions do cello ci sont ct doemurent M rappcldes. ris Sigon Oi JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder tai - de o Rsolu quoe lo Trdorier paiora it Varnum Sher- 18 burn, suor l'ordro lu Maire, In comme do cent at vingt einq piastres, 500 piers do plonchers t l'usage il does wharfs. in SSiono CI JOSHUABALDWIN, Recorder. P1 10 Rlsolu quo lo 'Trlsoricr paiera 0t K. MoCellochl, as our l'ordre du Maire, In someln do trois cents et a quarrante sept piastreosot 53.100 pour 110 yards 2.3 1; de pie roe plates, foburnies ct placdos autour do ra i Marcldo Poydras. l Signd Id JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. f, 1R6so'u queo l saloire de John Calhoun, Compt troleur, estet demoue-fix a qouatre millo cinq ceno I iiastres p:r an, depuip et aprbs lo prelnicr joor do ly join prochain. Sihnd. JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. It be Rdsolo quo 'o salaire du Trdsorier et a domeuroe or flxo a trois millo piastres par an, depuis et opros lo ty premier jour dr joia pIroehain Sign6 a- JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. 2 lR6solu bule l Voyor communlique a co Conseil, ft 3 igs ea proehaine s6ance, le motif du d61ai dans la con- h structon do marchll ux legumes, ia la junction dau a or rues Tchapitoulas at Annonciation ; et lde plus Ic 0 to motifdu d dlai dns losa rdparations du marchd Ste. 38 Mario; et doe plus to motifdu ddlai i pr6paror le march6 anx chovaux sur la rue do Bassin. Signd ing JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. e Rsolu quo lo Comitd do Police eat roeqis do sly faire son rapport I ce Coolseil ba sa prchaine sdance rdgulibre, si la Commiosairo du premier district I rdside oil non dano co district, conlrno I'oxigent lvr s ordonnances, rt ai lecit Coommissairo oat on lion omply6 comma officier d'una des Cours do cotte led ville da ns une capacild incompatible ave0 l'exd ll cution do see devoirs comma Commissairo. Signd JOSHUA BALDWIN, Recorder. FOR IIOS'I'ON. To sulil n t''llrs.la evening tile fth int. The 1 I olt railiog ohip I.L G1CNINtE, Captain li l llttit l iho sail asa;t ove. For freight ot 0it holes., cotton or o100 socks corn, & passage folr 4 ellhill pasengers, havinh superior accom. modtiuns, h apply ol board,opposite thte ) olns upper presso,t to "I. i1 I.\

rJS,, (.!).3 Common at 17J to voesolihldte tlhl lirinelpties offth(, varionoopera lionn of tle Civil EnKgineer inti oe point of view. for the to'e of students Intd those who Itay be nhoout In o ll bark It thle profession. Illuslraled by c topper plates, and interspersed with variuo n.,sefll lablhht by John oillinEton civil etnginetr fortmerly lirotEor ofnechan ias ill lth IRoya ii ( l l of (Beal lh.ilillo ,no Pro. fC.o't of loNotoItt Plhilosolohv and L'htolnislry ill Vtilliaoo & Mtry Ctollege of V i. Foor sale h ,15 A 'I'O Vit, t49 'tmp ft ll )' n I novelo l tlt I i toll.' Ir hr Ver norn, r F-hionabld I.ifit,n orw Novel. Adoviec to youll.g gentlemell fin etlll ling nlo PI c..i & SI" JttItN.A & (?o, J _ "w corner SI Ci larles & (Couin nn &t. 'itth olicers appoinlld I o:lvr tie Co'ncil lof ot u t nicipality No. lTwo, 1nw whhe serttrities have eit", cotloll by said 'otuntcil, are hericy notifill thn their hIt ds are ; rep , :l'ed fow r Rl rll l llr he Hiev aill llh refl'e rn totl l tt the lhie Oihn und oril iNltneihNtrh, with tlh ir securities, land collllete e te .sllln . Ntaly to tlhe Corporation of 31Mui i nlily No. Two. OFFICIE, I lltElIN'S INSUlA.N\ E .. COMIPANY, New Orleans, May 4. 1839. r 11E Stocklho!hhrs alre Ihereby n tifiedl Iht the rie hth Instloett on their stock is duoe n I 'pay lble, on the tixth of.lune I1139. Ey 9 TRIACY, See. BUIREA.U )'INSURIANCE I)ES IPO\II'ilFIS, l)e La Nouvelle Orltans. I ' louserripteurs sont prevetnus qo Ie hBine in Silallnent -rlr I u souseriptiou eat dI lt iPot)tldte ol to fi'oe de jot, 1819. E 1. 'I'TACY, ilivt Seei quire stI1iAT.ti'O I.OI.ttiAN-totti-/ (to tl foot t.r Palish natI ritVy o New O(rle'ins. Present tole lion. Charles tutonion, Judge. N- . 11, 8t31, L. A. I rwht, in at.ollo ltototolytyo. t creditor an olllthe creditors oi It' n t & Ilrolitrgs. h t 'll tt-et--i i' s ot leredot ht h o ht o l hoio.lo he credlotoos t of L. A. I':rwti and of Eriwin :onI I tiot1 togo, hto no'It int Sotoeto Court, oon 3lon:iy the 17th jute text Il89 then and el lltlo show omslil', iftuny tloey halve, wil the thi'l L. A. torit bhoth hllis ohio t'. l ooootootoo onod , it tt It ntrittot ot tthte tireot , of.';r ino & Itotitogo, tldto tt not l. di-charted [ncotording tot ow tttootoinotth'otlo lllell'tinte ill trooo'eding. agaiahst Ihis properttv tind teo - fll ti e sIlvedI I its hl tlrl (itt orlo llroe tI hoal tllluoro & S.tin, Es~~u. Attorllr. & CIoune llHors at LwI bet talp linh'd to r erlsent ilhe blllent iredlitols. o oroler oo (ourt. tihelk's \itli', New O)rleans, Mon 21, 1I;9. 15 t :_ .w . A13R31 (,N)l 1 I 'll 0T, Clerk. It ET 'AT El ILA I.OIISANEl-t our de ProniS-e n .I pollr l altl isse A et la ille ,Oh lit ' oo llt Or . 1anls. l Ptsen ltl I'llon. (htll eso Ma riht , Jlti r. L. A. Erwin, n'ointeotl tdIto nl. contre .est elallCiers et I os crt'uniers de Erwin rt ilings. Stir lecture ,t entegistre eniI die la |tfiril till It A ttootrtoot'otrt:ili i'ir . A.t 'oaotnottt tot on.. . Iloltogs, i1e rotuni.ot on pleioe Cooo, It Lomli 17 Juin prochhin 10 :39, p ,lr odolir, h raison, s'ils en lot, pour lts qutlltsit' t'ttd . A. Erwin. tant pour sot root pc pI r cllllherqu e .olnt t oo ci de E.rwi o & liolings, ln1 " o a rail ps d6lih'rg nforCt.nt ti la lot; et eo n iooci atttot to t t i, oorstil"to" o ito' o tme 00 ,iiin e'00 t' ihn. oNt 0ns0 htitesi ", e-t de pars Atnhtut' ftne t M. Eliimre on I kingmsohr( lantlt ' pour ropreot uter les I r ortre do at NA- eau du Grellier, lt Nouvelle I lrlea A s,I 2 i n.i t3: . 3 7 lll i t . . ... :1. I'I'1')1'I' irp ,llier. AtoIIE Ioin S etnnot liiteleca will etuet the Basin Snll he htead 6 o1 ith New Ciunilll, sely day, (exceplt Deltarto aot 5 A. Mt. It e'rn aot it A. iPM. I. itp. t. - '.1P " I . .11P. " t I. AM. And on MONDliAYS: lDepart at 10 A.1. Ietere fit 12t P.M. 7 1'. Flr stle br ' . L O(: 4 P.nv " ') P. . ". ,i P.91. M ay til It. CtiE\\', 'ttoh. Ie B AZ II .: hI e C tPP E.I -l 0 hneels; :3 trom l inceh. 1 it A to nd ti ll t. ee t ll of lliitrs C olper. O tl to it0 s t eells tlo of 10i. lbt;uling ot p 5l lopt it soleetO SIto 0 dott. do. ldo.. Jlist re.ove tIid looot obaly by lii t Flo-my 28v hCav e in storevee. tIoiAANIi.LAo ILl'E--50it roils, asortd sizes ntooela . larpe; 75 anilhtn Illsr% asrmlendt frolp 4 .2 no 7 I 2i. F t r t. not ulltur. ic OKE y C ro. Bay toott I0-rl Let' I t t ot Oihtto o ; :" ttottt r r10 t atolet.r 0I'hittt rotoo ittotl Iltlt k do .; oo inseed lit ; t t o erot do; 1tfPull ;C tih rVli.i; ltttding loiall nd hill ttd Violrlpih. itFa t IaI'e by S. iO'KE .n Co. nnivl:.py'8 4. 8 w1," eve. -IOCKE & C . No. iont.ve, have in store I, on ltrge find extenlsivew n,,orhn elt o Copper and Tin Wro of thIeir oIwn illaUllst re, whiceloh they ollbr low Iry, wl +lenate. i indo y -bo0 A l1 I t) - - G 5 /b r l .. l a nd i n g it o or t t e amf r ltot o lp h . L t'o Stall t by LT . OItSI'l, Imaly 18 44 Nrew levee LAiI-_ _ N kegs .....o r Ia. t'ol ,te iihI.-tr 1. 1enyi-9 _ S l III.AN(CliA RD, 33 (iraviPr t r' tIIoEE seconod hatd gloss 5lllt\V' I':' li'.I.ot ScotUnlters, fAr sale bluw.y 11 IR\ El" C th , Inay 9!) N, 17 Camp n t I0INK! INo !o ! toK!!!-oJust re' o .oo t e'dtooe roo of s very lfilll)lrtlr hz IIn, packed ill oeri dozenl. boxle, or mule I v thle doze.ii or 'goc., by I1AV'II) I"IELT', N York Stationer-' Ihtll, nitt I 14 N_ Cohitlroto ro oo . L Iot'h .:aId Ierry's dJottli patelt t s.teI lelis fair sileblv 11.\VID FELT' & Co. 0005 N 1Y stutiners hall 24 Chttri+' l - niay I I 5& J I' .:VI.l 'I'NEV, ;5 5 t_ se * SYNDIC'S SALE.' , SE BY I IACII &' CALHOUN. TILl. be soldun Wednesdny, July 3, 1839, at 12 e 'cloee , e t the City lExclenge in It .ouisst. At IccEten Royal and Cttrtres ncrtteete,b order of An the,. tra Iny tin-el, "Eq. Sygidic of ioe endirs , iof alencr, A I. grt., & \Vir n. Ior thle .coent and st the rink of ld, mnea-rs Edward york, teorge in. Ogden and S COg leo, A i what have foileld toceillply w ti e ofae n ralif becrn iopeIy lrt.inioalire described, made to thene on the '1'i '41h January, 1839. on ob Eleven Itis ol groued, situnted In Fcubourg Saulec, cd c 2d antdli..imlity of New Oreienr, ic ithe snorte botllnded j wlv Clino, Ie rvtlei, Calliopr na d Navuyedts treels, l per plan whichl will b exlilted t lletice tinle f slel, vlz: Lot No.n , anerioainyg 9 Iaest, 4 inchles front oc Per tinec street, by 1:I Inet ill deplth, cld fruot on Cl'io Lots No. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and It, imGnere eoelh 9 U feet fiaont oi Crytanee nstrel bIy 1 1 feet deen. nun, Lot No. II, measuring -9 fIet 4 ilces frint on I'ry tanee rsrect, by 120 firet in deplth, and Irot in Clliope Tie sbove hlls will lie s.ld sepirctely with tile pnri- le e lego afan alley in e th rear nifthie widlth of 15 feet. 'enicrn of nole--St810 cash nn coil, lotI blincer 6, f 1l,nod 24 ontrhs credit fiur pproved enitcren notes, witl mortgage until lieal payaenct. juie I 3tljl7j 3je a Vento do SyniiI e. PAR BACHI & ICALHOUN. Loo u SL SERA VENUDU Ia Merecedi It 3 Juilloe proo chain It midi, f I Nonvello Bourse ruie St, e Louir entre le nirens Royale ct Char rce, pnr t'ordre i do Mr. Anthony Raschr, Sindic des crauneiers do Mnerae. Egeertou ot Wihray polsr lo cu opta at otxi risques dn Messieore Edouard Yotke, (Geoarge B. Ogden and J. C. Ogdolu qnii nit mnnccqideux lure r terlns prescrit par la catlno pour Ic proptn1ti6s ci desauelo dtsignbds it Icur ad,;ugdes 1 24 Jenvier, 1839.e at ONZE LOTS DE T EIIRE ovo ale tuds dana lo fnubeeg Saulet, 2du Munulyi clit8t, do In.Nle Olrbiac tcens 1o ilot si ealtre len rue C Clio, Prytn6ae, Cnl iore, t NaylIo, dl'apria ru Splan qtp a t6 cxposi alu moment do la vente,tor Savoir : den Lo Lot No. 1. mesurant 29 piods 4 pouces do iface at In rue Prytnn6 pcar 120 pleds de proludourrn do Ihco h re o Clio. Ls Iots Non. 2 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 3 &10 ieacu S rant concuol 29 plods do lIeoo it In ru Prytn6oE par l t1 120 piods de profoudeur.ut Lao lot No. 11. mcnran t 29 pierd 4 Ientmes doe . . face i1 In rcic Prytano , par 120 piods d prlofndcur e at nGce ht Il ruo Calliopoe. o,, 1t- Lea uatdins lots seroct vennus s dlpnrdminet aveonu l ie privilge d'uno lln do 15 piedls do lergeur. do Inn ternals do veale reot ,$18)1 colmpioant poetr chieque lot, ct in lancue t i, 12, 18 ef 2t moint doe ecr.rt ecn billetas ndosxda fa nutisfaction, ave Ihypo tlrque lostrp' t parflit iraincelnt. I' Ic s1l A1& C l eU,-i.N-. . A Ie7 . Iln i sold on \\'edlec.dy, 3d1 JI 'l, 18:39, at 1. In U'e!ock, at the. City 'IcIcinnge in Sl Lcons treet. C T'w'O Siqllale if (;tellced, Deicgnated on ttpiee dreac by Icouin Ilringier, sr veyor genelal,e nolercsE s ld C. quare E contaillsn '-. i6 lolts, numbered wcc acnc to 2cllwllicLt measure ac fol Nous , ", 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, , 9,10--10 lots measuring each ft30 feet foet oe Accartey straet, by 105 feet ic depth ; lot n-No I eallirnig the corneUr of Mlcrly and Alli streets r, and lot No Ill frming the corner of Blacarty end Burt In dot streets. e. Nt II, 12, 13--3 lolt, mensuinig each 300 feet front i on Ilurdncet stLect le 150 cth in i d l-th. Nose 14, 5, I PIt, I, 19, 2 1, 7, 3-- ( lute, mec,-.-. iring eolll0 fee trecnt on :Coenlercial nrctr, iby Is 105j flit deIdpth; No 14 fecrlegc Ite corner of C'oeercii l er. ndlllodr streets, ctllt No 2A3 arming tile corner of tceOrlllnlrci incl Ad ltle slnerOs. - Non 1i, 15, '.5i, 3 In, e.ts Iiring eacl30 feet front on ido Admsan street by 150 in ilepllc. ace Sllre C eonttitinc 6 lotsi , ttlbrcc.t, fronu n Ini 26,di NosN 1, 2, 3,14,4, 5,,7, 8, 9, 10-10 l1in,ermasriig ach l, on 3i) feet Coiie rct Ouu (lilncaiitl t rOeti b ii)r feet ill eltcih; A4 lorat N t I' eir oiug the corner ,f Condtercid andmImerc at X lt w le., nid No Iii foringtl tChe eiCIrCer of Cinielle:ial c:, c \\'At itiltto stree i.fla Nos II, 12, 13--S3 lo, iernsurini erlo :30 feet Iront etil \ Lc ilutC ito nt etcrl, bi 1:,l )iet in j(IrpitI . Ns . II, , 17,I.i ,19i,2,l., 9 :--i10tcmerns cililcg lacllh :l feet I l it (I P eall treeP by ni15n feet ill 10i'l t I,, No l forlllil till corner 1o l'earla Iale cslu inule strets, aul No 22 joinimg tite eorer of W 'earli and Ilcriec strtsn. ii Nos 24, N .c95, i-3 h,iis, - 7',1trig 1,lt 311 lee front j For on Ilcrdet o leet, iby 150 fc ir ieptih; All Amer cin e o, ea 3 msure. a - jie 1 tI Ir li7j& ij e PIer 1'All BACHI & CA.LIIOUN. l S1 L SEIRA VENDJU nlrreredi lI 3 Juillet, 1839, a It mlidi, ila Nnouvell IBlcurse, re. St. LeinUS r I)EUX LOTS DE 'I'EIIILE a tu nclc(s it Carrollton, dsign6. dl'aprtec ccn plan tire e, par couis Bricgier, Arpotetr gendirrale, Ice dota loo s 1n ] ct C. L.'ilet E contiont 26 hits nuoSrotds r de I t 2ec lcdtqvls ont leccictliiccct teuiranti e a Non I, , 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 11, etescnrael blceenll 311 pieda deo lace li rue Mecitrly sur 105 t plds de prol'nndeur, Io lot I lrh,1 nrotot l'ecmIig Ver i ir des rues Miaeieir et Adnm. et Ic et no. 10 It for Icl I'Tece enurie c dne rles Mcarty et BIlurdel. No. 11, ]2, 13, trois lits cltcsnernt eccen 300 pidloddo iItee Aa orue tlrld , star 50 dei prpfln cc dour. Noe. 11, 1, If,, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, "2, 23, l dix lits ilesurnnt eliectll :;: pliceIs ldo lca h la rue Stie Cmcmcerc e sur 10.1 do irofteillctiur-, Ih no. 14 ir ictrlniat I'ceoigcure dus rele dei Conlemrece at liiti Aticii. N.oS. `l, 25, fG, nicalnrlct e clue3.ll 0 i pied dlu ,cee a In rci Adlea; scur 15I) oie plroftuontlur, ,we. L'ilet (3 cnt(,natl 26 lots Inllulmert.s do 1 it26, ]''" oesqltl ls out Ire iIIPnture . sliValntn: Nec. 1, 2, 3, ., 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 mecsrant clncecun 30 Ipivdi d lace I ilt roe d Colnelllcrece sur 9 105 de rpeledcur, tI lot no. I Ifrmant l'cneoig t nure irc de (eun O lllnlteri et \Vaslingtott. pey osn. Ii, 12, 13 Iccurant chaicuI 0 clnds de fae I lta rue W\V;sllingtlc uc r 150 dce pirolndeor. N, s, 14. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 22, 23, dix lots mein r nst ccouic 3 pidc d ;a lit l rue in.Pearl sur 115 do prolundeur, II, no, 1L iornantei l]c I'encoignurO den rnies Pear et W\aioiicglit, at Ii no. Y, 22 joigennt l'ncccgnuro des rues Pearl e ulBu-. ire dnt. lite Nos. 21, 25, 26, 3 lots mesurant clicunc 30 pieds de face a ain ruen Iurdlt ur 150 du prufon. deur tl ie tout mceuro Americeaine. .t1 E'AI Iil. I.A L.OUISIANE-Cour de I'.roi.se p" tour It " p luroisse ville Id Ihi Nolvelle Orll'r,.s 're sel(l I'hunor 3ho (hlluI-es Mair lll, Jug-. Plchi l1ir O13"1. No. 11,7741 . Dubose ers se Cr rmniers. Ell motion dre . W. lloits, EIq. rl.ut Ipour I i. solvable .t . n lllmll ot lne rr.l.l r uli s Irllln vat dIn I'a 1lhon 'e d rienll ll r sull mler]b l ler .Ill cr( ' i iers, et I cuOllsusIlllen rc dle ct crrelr il'nc llllu l ie I, ia . Ise R i le lieu--ll Ist ordun. lpar lCour, gu(ll'le t Iassemlie. uIl v lle ur ll l e ll l bureau de 1Ph1lh p" L oIIIe'osI , q. d(heltbe r stire uli , I+ leS a ll t at1 (l rewellllll re u rc e eel collsiit oll u ll rnl llleuit ncon ulll"n esi 4u l 1d i la llon.hI l rI, r rtpleurl ( 1h 1 te, ,i i .elle lmlli .treslle ala I e , 11i , I39. (Oll Ioilnll I of liLlt. \W . lies, K leg ai)CBOu ; tIhr sIhe i lus ll awl ilpllll lll i n.+ ,,, 111h ,' r hll l ' 1% u1r tl nrr ti In ' eTre , ill l lll i consqu etllill y ao mlelllt C ti" cre ninlt tkl pllale. II ii orderle l y tIl e ll url hul a tiw eeel illg ake' pirce cii lhe olh'er' e" lirhrlrPe I l e, l y. lllllry pulblic, l lr he .h 3 ay "' f Juh, e. 8 311. , then a nrd tlpe r sle ilibgeritol e the . I. irs olthe etrillon Ixlr ' ll·li t 14, 1ti intilt-C-le-ierk'el OiIlIkeI New Or Irne. hlley 14, 111311. lire. It7 .\ IDIAND PITOT, Clerk. 1 .iritiii t i rke srhii Aiuhama. . y111 to ell (lptailll t lllelTrd. o.e tier bclo e rd the Ver getabhl l Mar *iNte lI ace, \r the doerliet t r eilf tIre i sq. I. Irick Irrllre Neo. lIlt 'In l i tpelllile l se reltr. Pee+, nearyit l i c giveln oil I rha IUt Jl nle. Apily t 1 II. IA)CKETT, Caly lll . ltrel. ner Jllla--or a dill i N o nlit 13 eln:Re ln l Ioti.o e p terItIi'or I rle lio It r rae olie ullets a i . e in Ig Civil Cl5te o t iiu l tI q rei . t lln e .C yl' eeperlllrtt Lerrelr.'r'lle iri5rce OetUetee itl Ihe I Itg 'oeters' Ilor l, t err vo'ship; Ieol clals ed o ies 1 bi0 ehLor d 01n l tieeer crlcrrt e Vt'erlr s hArt. erblde' ril ; nu.ha nerrn TellnS & l ftrtt'e Chtione they lepoer Clli ' tIt r Brllse do r i, rt olelre l:rl rtrrtt'h ll e'l rrlre;rl r Iro Penrlrier'.rlr reeritv L)ireel i(.titt . IaIer l ieonar r Vr; l trie 's I fl ge t . Po cerre A genrls ry tArinh t eth .e.tl e l.yrr ret 117 Irletr's U rI rter'v trIreetrt; I"rrrrlrlerrjrr' Erlrrily Fo)rrrr Itrrk; r iek r hrr irlellllrillc"IeI Keet's Crortellirlr,rterr I.r'ighr's Niei 1'riuc Irctetr la iigrtC, ar nl t e he near nerrlk ir may i a8' NrrPI r i Erirr olll 'tllll oer y a ecltirce A.t-rk 0 Bosoa a ri U he 'sail i KlANDell8 & W llcl -l hallranczd r k r l'rtilrens lawv Ilf [,rlelirroee leOrrililS Rlek DiCrliotnl ler V Wtell's lIaw o Nltiens e n do en l erl o rllell Ior e LPo ilr i RW lHrli, c Ylt 17rrlrlc Iilree,ke, illli.rtir l the ltlter, Mtet'ier. TIiUrllieiIi . l'oerlree r 'lr eer g tl, I)lrrlltolec, r. IE JOINs - 'Co, 30 ofay3w Coe SIdCharles Coelrro i estr SrII.St--4s0 L orrsn Reprrll oizfr.fsre tle by 11 [ALA.L & IILO\VLN, rlpl 9 Illll IoIrs "eits r e t e Jr ceprks ,roel, Iherry \'Vitle 317 btxeetpelt do dt cllerrir er d l clity let alet tye S &' P WVHI'I'NEY. IAbv 3 o73 ('rnrp l t 1// n de erie Dii y ige.t;Ilt iLt I+ l et'ro SV a r 7 IIenk Phicer Itr ES E tiF--In IllII 4Nr EVl, i ey I -l'l cay 14 G IvoRlEu , me, New Lnevee. SECOND MU'NICIPALITI NOTICES. ERIE I ronghl It tl e Police Plie e n of the 2d Mu- ath • nicipaliiy, Ilia foTli) ing niave., Vim : A aIlanro won ln unmai l .ue n-a, uilII tiiriv threelna ii ienr nJd, saya ihnibe otlgS. in Mhi Farna.ii iie. " Ai SA hripi lt ht.by ned Edewnrd ar niet 21 ye s in ald, ainyt he blIhge in lire Vnnag. A aegBo n.i il( I'rlrniis, aiged a loeot e .0, Iyd ie bieliiags In+ M. Dnraickn iThe owners of said slanves will pleae call at thela pris n the OI uln) ciplilii, praoi pilnliery, ,. A' ca.rge anid lake i~en, away. II S AltII~( . ar june I C inin/file Wl i.nih.h T oi . uanit. ' J . la 1ngenlili in I nt niti. eiln-.ii pIlin Ic esclllnves nuiVianlt, savoir: Uiie aegrese annnllllanb Sanrnee, p.gde I13 ansa, e n dialll anpparir .liMint ladiu, nosell FIdnad, agle de22 Un tiege M\uletre clair, Iiotn alh I'dtsrd, eg+ deI'L" ants, sno I(inlnit npparlenir Dr.li Ynlllle. Un ntegra o anoli6 P iui,ng6 dn l ana, se diaant eppailtenir a *PMh. Barwick ea propiblairos den dils ' e <avor, aoull pris de venir lesretrr en paynatl les Infris. II. S. IIAIPER, Ji lnitninen ih la Garde NEW OR.LEANS & CAIR(OI.LTON RAIL eAll) CaM PAN.Y. SURIMMF ARRANGEME NTS Fe. THE W0 H I)KDAYS, L'ronll Cllrlolltoll. I FalolPo W Grimllis, Ilorae Ctr ill 4 o'clock, -A. H.llorse CI at ,5 a'clck, A. M Locomeotiv e 13 " " ]laoCulllulivu ' + ." " "' I " tl " • n " 'Il " ]I + , In i 'ni 1 ,, ai Afnri il ,h k Car canl be obtaillned by lyOng 5 dot lur Finn tile Tripi. ARHrAYtitMEST POP. SUNDAYS: Tl alr ill leav ii til nllllC d v, L ill ni n tlew k thii mi ni y e Ciiibhi'.ii.nl l inNwladlha haa u irllen. ainininnln insiki )i ii l eEryO hUorL ORLICA l A RoLIo kT OI. tl. o I i lcclllllllle n lleene I oed n e lOll viaithnan l ln C irrilten nile, t a 5 meclnek cnua. nl wll Inay nlit nlidi to rila nlill threIIInlmn il o'elucr m lik , ii cal t t hl hetiurI el roin h miiii inI inet i .l ++il toP e" llo ltt illll . tt6 t,'clork threby l h, wPL ng IU 0lhel~l (ille hour e Crl b t meam a h nenA ni ofa nni bcnnni ifnl Oan- A d:Locomot/lve, • oo oie u 'eraolnt+ gisll fly tle I.lClcsllvtlnatl lll[ rovid,! llnlllrl,,vosu dntll Tinck et, inn U iieill .ihliAir -lilt ligiivc lectitms Iiut to &diiinmieii neiie re civ " lU l.3. ill lien thereof. i'ii J"eIwN ANI) LACOU ISE iTREIilCAI7I i La an Le a e aile e of Jickson straae it 6 njennck, A. 0., Cilni aitrataaii n- ocbnak,llllat ruend a llrly. din B e'ebirk ilisy will - cllltllnllllce toleanu· reach alld every hanll hll~rlllra1 ltll 'ul[k o'h~k r I. nlNIrUl Jneuk-On Ire duat, nnpdllli u o lckflenin i tnarl, et a aeapitll nl e 'n lpluh, 1rhl. .lll e '-III uorin e. II i r prianilnu alIy tnen all nlnlti n llii ee l will foat l Dut I ale fn4't uIll.a l i oi calini , r n lll ke in limiurn WliLe Ladlen a Le a irn rrurael. Oilien Iw (rlennll end Ulnrrunelltn tuil l nld Cienvi r. i M rlay it /39. Jlit J IIN IAir idt , - - ,,e ur .llin.. . . ... . l,, N. t u lb) . t ClIl-IIN; l-N I -Ita -.EI NOUVFIILE (,IIIl.l'AS l';T CAII.1mI.I.lTON. Anrrllg llll den i l , Iuos r sn ajleur d e I Nlllllile. 1. Sn inane/de n. d 8 nlnrs N//narimtt te le ient Car st o u atn. Ive l p rVle Orlean ps. Clar i clenl, ai Is. l I (llh I snl et al e n, hs i li-il A in " ' A "IAiaitn n gn ii d n tik e " i i fi 11 a ' aa "ts nn lnnnen i lny i al Ae el "ea Tpen e 5in eear At 1+ 0 &|j i'#.!) " lrena I hl,,raiie ole , in peei obtenir i n n oi rle e n tIpnlei'aqtci pitt~sres pottr h.· voyllge·. nrraunee pouer le Di lilincs. L"t m hrs )3rt lrlTl l 1 i'o Nll ' lnt. s hel les haI n dells sEt 5 II LeR n [)rt nir , de Ctlr) lloU n h)utes R l ee hulrs tlolitl . ib UC8 heuorr. dll stit, et de la N~ouvclle Ctrl(ilIunl~ lnllu'i\ q Ii eli-uiqii i/. I'otlr I .'i nI ll I IonI lI sIIIIIm R n lli se i ll- t u . rlilltti lr le n Illr dP i i eU r , l n 1 Iiie L iim l.n t t m I.n i dt innaitinmi min l l hllri i, It' lhir I li Imlti ' u+ mrTt vueln - li C. rolhol, . ; I('o, e tP , restnra jlelde ll , ilcUl'P I Ibl dll lll IIII II UX jnrill s Il l I ilia . iii Lli d ll iia eliui irrotenn lal / 11 n l-n lllolivn, Ilhev ra l en i sm iirclri eId h3l tn ll Iil aiT l i'lm l allx :oudtlctcttr a dr: rrceeoir de ['atgrcht uu lieut de 1 lil ,l 1 n. in n e 'i ('tirn li- me oil. JNetdU tr' Lrt (Innnre en ii lee i ha rine lin t d i en limlnrt, t t i cue II I n ¢* i lll( m mie l ( .lrmc' Iti h, l ln',uFn , lldri dl t en S neNllllklllle/ , J 1i Nllr ol w 1 h kur hslll , l o iit 11 ril may 1 arS lebi-eie inaina n e t " Jackson,,~ . *' jusqt,'; i t Iill·IIre dr! La1 1Itze Lht ('anlLIII· I i r I )2 : r Ni e lmnn l ir l line a mi i :U - nosi 31 ii li I as a d ltl md l le i I m i l ll r i nC I n- d I mll it a l ' II tI I. i|llilqllt iit llilillilillili di i Imeni lillil i i i'ii Ienr r Nlll i l ll li¥n R ll- It l-llll, I r. Ililli nl Ii gimxisr u e+1 i ,l 1 7i.l imne u t i;S- l~ itl'ni< ,i innin su3 I ; .liew x -i (Xl miii JI ( ,+ li1 Ari c llm , Tmu-' u i u lhu m+imI I uIiIi 12 IIrinI l eiume l llu'n ' iii h il nAeI "I +g +11lr 1 1 III X..-It Itv (:lll.. ,. .. I l" 1I' hl 'EIVI( II'I·) . 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('., I " ,iltlyJI 3i 7W (JIr.t I'i tlll unm e S toe/ tll ilr stile ellIllkii b i & 1l k tt IV aeyl icllnyeen II iiiL i CU ltle,-e ~ inPlll it i Lnal :\ i,'-f:l A w ilt (.lt ntl ill sa]+", I~v (.ll nI inny V II ie l| I I, It t)\VN+ tI on l o t i na-n 117.i.hjtiiui bnlel; .-tl lnmndmumei suiuuu lif I +,ri +i;,. q.]" nlav 1 ·1. . l 1lt ,ii Ml\ I. zln,: .i . l , : l ii:n , ll t i lci It hr i iij , fyj nlai 31 1 I \T,"w Ir.evr 'd -i.ji: wli SST'Rl S 1ýli: prod..ll - :,," ... .I.. s loll cordl, all, 1 . lop1l ii , JI IIwuble t , r , ! \It. orl';:;n, wiltl ta ,ip teI wne. he \', , l . Ik ... . n ,: -l Ie 1\111 (yl ,e jl i ' ; II, Ii 1. . ft lhll, No tIts ftl , I\r ri"t AIlr,,w'. I·e.-,m- i4 u I.' h, 1 :,8,I' il :. A . si, leby AI l r I1.EX It . AlR , lt, i cdi Icc IatK c St A welt l kno nll h It he I' byt , ti t it it s I~ult Iy - alse. Thlcllc e il hath,<, i ·ly alll. m il k I roile n ainth, Iin id , I c'-thi tu ofk, J rly I e, 18:17., +lol f l 's Pl ilh a d ]Bit t hrs.- - 1 he lus1lt Jl u nli ll l rnlll l a ruin e but ddyliy uly testn, tl , I, t cihis hiyWll itmt - l fn'in ' rinin. "lhepIlleils.o ti I Journill. It IV ,ilS . ledi b I J"llt nltil'tte ih ir. lNynynL, 1.11 i, lltlll i thre lruyi, wI lllltk nir wte tlylth ,r l e it i lins l lye hh o ur egAllr b llle-Journal, t cil on ihc rlen . hIr tle ivn u lti le it y, lillyt t lh orn er similar and. T aliytet I,. se f hcy s r r l llI'e I Ill lu leve s e fuy cin i e o sy i i l rn rclie is ud,lub tle dly a t iOVuI i,,' P i c u ti 't llln y hy."it'irtT FROM SA EIII &LBOILAE, Thfide i t rItr.wi ' l ____ isI__e __Mr. __ tiiiyIhI IrlnFlieE if July 1o, 18:& 7. Mlr. Pl o rlt--S ir IIIis i -w I hlirllliln vnt lra Ihal I a-llve Ala l Stai n a. n ts "' cir e ions iht of d he j u al e s-- l most - qApicpa, to I tui he eo iny-r ' y or , i n try frl' oflll Dr. M t.l atid se vere f lC lls r wit illin h alf lkllll - c pute ovedr noig ebo B60 day ilelsan totters us a qu 01yo flhl K dealrlshPn : c lbltil t i bi. lli t . lcsnry ad wer et yliff i e c tllllll ,,rsat Iill'lllll% I b lyl e l lllgl rlce l t,,t 1,m physmiis. ,llis d u Iuiiiv l'Atla iOunt ilt & tfhlctios i lls N oui ARLw R IINe Iunal - -tfh m rll e ' i,, o n tahi. cIh rlnl ile tiyea y Ir I h ytw aoy ly i IbItylleg ud II Iyi ;Xlay, o f cli ac, X tho Iso cielly have vo I t ilted, Yullrsc t At MIye EL'BOVIi,, ES. For ale it Ihl , i, i t tiih e cot er of t Ihe llpe Alltd T'l~ehupilolihes sis. m ld Ill Afr IaN i su IKI'c (;i,&l . ie ut r llluhr--tuigt r crv ats, sllllwiir stNoks, ghrver, i Is tl sllBw nl crs, E td trhe atpnar, ed tl a ,le S sr l ia60 ld (winll, be n ,1, t Iy 11:. .2 I(IU+III I Aet. ftt 1 ville andIor ,up l eby SIIAll I IIII ltN, t11 a e r o Jlitboilll st; cndreisilies, fur sale only by ll-eas & D' aygc ndyii at P andhoh's ,tmuieump. All lthe e ir, Ilrnau lra cougiht null alled h o st ll les did Imloirlene of orthin,,Ingy Ieall ue Itorl c leb lsieng Africa , nnll oer Iwn country. AppT ovednotelnl 60dsa. will be ke n ,,I B"zar c.ltrednce d prices, any S. LUCK ] s 't . nTv E t l i rontlreflr ae J L UV --8 hbl .F F Ii-d7nl fromI m l · rnltl siullLoui lidFor eal al by A. 'PKI C. ;, did y p 8 3· (hn gy r n E r e A i Iii -c ii' S(IT'r-Some time. about the month of March lest, lotte. i= I elieved to I.: ti'e wriekS) iiicii wan taken feon the Ar Ichflldan lluiilg. AIn. perecrtlhu ileg the eenm I 'I II i1-s £.+Sil wi pl i.t' c'liiv N e'ers. Kirkman, Abellmk llv & Iilllln, "liroe i cllll he hld. c'1-lO2 .- "I E AJUNNY. 11101"n I SltIALL C ItItOWN, 1ii Magoezineat ki k IIIM..(. .Y--Ui nlorre el-il e ied whli+ey intenren fir SAiD by - G DOItSIEY,. n10 44 INew Lvee 'W INDIOW GIASS--20 hunx Engrlisl crowu • Windsolr glnss, rereivin_ arlli Elr Pale h, mn22 It 1I AN(IN, 12 Camp nt WILL.IAM I . CARNE-S, LULJUl.ANA WARE ltutRlOM, rIntTEl.. 1- ,llk h li it: i l g eral, tII 2he has taketn the h1,1h.l at (:.rrolllll , .hkre trus111 ts hi will receive t i I ls I,,, ,h i i ie Is . Iod l love rs of kllll C Theer. Private pall.s '.ill be hnu l .mllklo ly cprmi.tled forby givngll A te hth icl' beIlitlell'nll . Ile i willing tn enter illnto nrnglllP'lll tl w 1 f11,lanlies or indlvidnlnls desirous _l,.•]ll e II+ l_ ill' Slllllll't I11 t+a I 1 i 0 + ;O t .i)i l ll' .. I t ao ks sle riorj Ciecinnati ! < red in e tsr,, Ifr a klu be U, I R)II nStEY , ii m27 41 New Levee. iT 'IC:1 Ll tl,, nliC h In l li. lt .l.leled Steel, .o.r ale by up 2ti SIIA.I. & liltlO\N, 11 tilugeazine at I IPII' l' . lI,\lil)--li0 kegy lurd &50 do supe rior Western I ullkrler lill elllle h nyl6 :';. I) lSI"EY ,14 New Levee F I 'l('lI r Il ; I ll-' NI.I k .-'Il' l II1 lONE" AND) S FIRI1 INSUktANCkI COMPANY. New Hleans, 3ll y 10, 1839. ri ~lHll Siockholle, of' this l n titll tion are hereby n .Illllil .'cl, plll rl lliT1 I a I n nn ill, 1 t11 jllhtllll'lellt of I J 11 Iit.i, tr 'III 1111 1 klille or er tie .llict 1 IlE :l+ LOCKET,', l.50 I it) P'residlent, pro eten ti -iIi, 1'i k .AlkAliTI'AIN RAIl. ROAD CO. Nrw l lusis,2l2ld May,1839. OTI(IE--ly n Resolutiotn ,the btward I direicaor tickets toilthe rolllod i e I 'n rellr lkced t, to twenty firo Scuts. J 1 I.lEIFL, to "2 v tSceertnry. IIISKEY--ik) tril Ilnding front eltemn boal r CotI uIIIbls, flir sale by 12.l kk I)SOI-S'EY,41 New Levee cs IT-AIS-1i16 keg0 s nrc.lrtlld cozen ,ueeiring front ho- 1 h I u ,'ilhllii l . rl .hr ' t' I ril-l , fi r i c le by II y7 ... . \lll & IkklWl{ .N, 1111 M gtti inei et *l\ III l .\t11 lt t' . Al ,I .\.I l.0ad Ite upolitoryof u1 UI Kl Ku ledge, for II." y)'r1( 083O, recetved cci tII r ,lle by ItAVIIt FELTI' & Co. tnny la 2,1 Churtrenlt , tt'il l Jll I'1:, Irci,ldig from tl arman in caske,bar t'" r.ls Irtld d+."n,ljchlP , Iu" i.,l .. h lli lilONNAIIEL, m yv 13 ('ur Nntche..\ 'l',.haphuil alht Ieta ii' .I) l ih'O, lor o 'le hy ldAI.L & lk.itOWN, ma lv I o 9i \teagazine i t t11 )1'--1H1 bo.{', . ah ,,.t bh n , lhr sald by ruys I .":lil\ I.I. o. I'1ki\\'N.9Oi Magazinee I IM1L-: t1101 bile'l'bl,.itin li,,, ladies and f1o a 'llcy S J L' WArTl' EY, m, n I' 73 Camp i l Aa l lf . al' y I It l S I. 1111.1 fNew Lever 11.'P r i llihp d e,,, I w ill I Ih i h1 d I n1 if 'reI i n thiie 18<,. AI I.1y to J.ME ' Bli-t od W .IE c, 1,ry 1i :1 701 '1k i cp aAt. I:) '.:''1 .lm d e.l the I.L' l Oi u tl I'Ur llllo tire I uels,, I t lhe I vl , , ,N, v )' r -k Al.n d Blon t o . l 'ernllme 111 111 wo I i- l, 11t .blll i III I ' i le ll n I011r klo.lIt -o ml Ihe I lly. W1 Il f':- I ',, l d0 53 Mlnn ille +r N I t-l' rli tla r n et ,ri, la d to pking ond dhiI a , •"l.A i.c. k i ltt rrN i kI I k 'r - t; \hI gnzmne at - t i 9 lA ll'-, llt- ,1 1,,1 ! i.l Ilk il -,, 11t lhtkki .. ,1,l hitg ter Ilk t Il,,u. I' , ul . 11, i1 0,v1 0 I 1 Il-tI' 11 -c. Y,, r ri., i 'R I4I1·IIII I .."+tl ,-,,- h,+-t c, tnl,]hnm I,)loI .i 1 ii .lr I I h iI' l 11111 NIllrv 1th, lI a d to .h. t le ; , J ·ll+," i o tII t 1t n pli.:...l ,!11a rt l Ihi - 1 -' It A I Ir I Fl +,-Is Invel. In ,. l,"t~l, r h'~ Slpl r lrhtt+l.i 1), 1lld+, .OtVdllr, elf 1,t i-o, ,l 14'. i,, lhto I .e . l I vii I lle t' ilhl glr ) r al , "II p urerl] . 1 " w. o lh.' N,-h 111, ]{ ,holul .li I e "er. \ ~. ,. .lt(' IIIII pl., t; lld 1, u'111 , 'Liv ing One d yil L I rI I l 'ri' hr doubtllIH lt l our ll I1ol," lentr fol r 1 a i i, t .,II tll d llr I t,. advent. gro t1 a (',lunge p re.. 1 s;It1 to Ihlhe ih+tll tultu Al 11hse '.t.ali+d wilh the hrest. i,lht, an hu tlhe o I" th,-t. Tl'he. pure an,1 I ]eheo .i i ir '<..n11.ttlt] ti + 0 o filr. om r t te I ,k. or thel great " .t lll., hw ,+ ~+ill .v. gill, ,t I ·lfll ll : (++ l11 to hile won 'r ,.III hon\ o I hi , , I . :. .ll . "llll ' I c l. I:," uit , dl'l luaklnm o I ,. h, ,11I ]li· I h In:.,, alnL 1 t o "1 " I t o l' d Iii ,- lh ,I l-. ] ,\N i, ,lll'1 I'A I'J:I'--J.-t I lt,,trd te IIIn II cI' , ' ! i'nmp stire t a bI. .I sh ý1. : , a I"r. h htl- h1eu n ni all ;1 po I 0 i o<s , l di el,. Al ply to I l " l AV I .i ll --, G ls It. llllll l n 1141 Ih lll, l r sle by II' lla,, fors l 11 I AIS I,, iiI i r Nut hi , lanld TI, Inpihlnlu s 11A 1: lll' 1 .1 '-ir I . ;.ali ;-n o ua nt ur and uil 11 vit; ,receivelah ely andflt s.l I.v e II lION \ANBEL, illly 1i lor Nu he andll' lI 'etupilouI l.n. U I I sKr. l - ,lh.S 1 eI lhdnlg Ir.on teamu bout ' Oi tlA1Ae e, ll If I I sI:u t 7 )II T\1F'iII: IN TI-1(-.Inst receivedl III bll rq i t rl illluticl er I a I II llllll llll 1 III n I LV u n<2! . A TIt \ ,,\'A It, 1" 'amp N t g11o MEI'IIAI'-.I'rhl ulItthalnii's cliculator. 1 ciiipr)l'eh t hlin8 i l,t) lh', -Ii i s ,talld fabler in Ihe various dlp tll i ts In h'lh lS iil mIechanics, Iuseful to )l ilh riclh s, 'lng.ec'r., Iind .\ltinllllS ill gene rl, Iiv W llilm uiren, civil elgineh , .IA t AmericanhI re t to he .1 ;lasgow edition. llei,'d IIis day and fur rh I ALEX. TO WAR, tn)t 1') 9 ,itnp at XII . 01 . n IO N ''l l.N-Iir sule by I I r' I I Ii , E,131 Migzinest AI)EN COl.1N--onslnth, t nhand, and hr %ale ]1 hy ISlALL. & I111W." ap ! Mag, ' l ndfr sule Io J'TIIAYAIIL&uCO .m3 74 Pylydra st mlellllll o 1 ii llton l ' , ruI'd "l l llpuin, flr sale on IldIntUgeou terll . ALEX 'TOWNAR, nlv I39 4'J9 uamp at EU Iews inii'n ipt.r, t'u!l ithe varhlell l izes tmed Sfiun Ihe o'ily and r e I isll,'r., I. sa.ds s b sedy Iy31 AlEX I 'lWAIl, 49 C'amtup st T "rn s tir Splenadid, stfrom illton. r sale by up 17 A 'I'1 I Eli, 34 iGravier st A ('Ail). - I t)OllINSiON & Fll(O111\ IN, (tilt Chtllresi streeU,) 31 rspe. t 'ul ll illnfrltheir ftrieln Ia:d the public eherallivthu E Gouod ,inl thlll e ll e lllp r ,ll will leave lior Nw 'Yoltk about lht Islt flllne. They invite Ihole SIii -hIi t . sui- . ullll s tl their mIeasure to call nid leave lheir orders precious to that time. P I'I'C II--U bills. gin d ,trt hrI Ir sul. by -IISAI.I, & BROWN mn? . 51i Magazine MAYI\I.'I'Y OF NEW IIILI.EANS. rIlb1; priee nftlur to diu lib.pg $11 (Ill per hbarel, / ucutdhig Ill the iltrif'i tile bnke-rs will gi e :14 ounces of brelaid ltllr teII Centl , ldurillng ICte week begin ning onil Mondaly Int, Ithe 3d Jullle. The loaves ofsec oId quality,(or oft' Ihre torten cents, shall weigh .5 per cellnt tt.e, that I to say, 12 1 i ollll3es. usne I (,.(ENIIIS, Mayor. TO IMERClAINTS. IS:lMERLCIIAN'TS- canu havet a pI IrurfiIul. CaIacs Lab struck offal four hours N l'lr, hy ' .al"ng at the Conpring Koo I of TRE'I F AMEll:IIICAN PtlnrTIBG Otut r, It. I'harl,s luExchuner, 'dj'oling the, Ral l IN(i Io.n at Cornelr of jrtltier lste, oral he I in ing I ltte,- ctrnter of u 'l drt s and St. (hltires streets. mn'9 _ . Ii)IISEI/. 44 Nsew t.''e. N IEt i-. I ,U.ALIU-.t luau', Fir- suI by Lma UA. 'IIIEl) -

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