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The Abdication of Vresident Boyer.
The New o.leaus papers of the sth in
stant furnish the first copy we have K'en
of the act by whi:;11 Boyer res•gned hi
pint of President of Hayti. It was brought
to New Orleans by the brig °chills, from
Port au Prince, and reads as follows:
PORT AU PRINCE, 13 h March, 1843.
Gentlemen of the Council.—Twenty
five petal have elapsed -since I was called
upon to fill the Poet of President, then
Made vacant by .the death of Petion, the
founder -of - the republic. Since then, I
have endeavored to crary out his views,
saf•whieh'l had, of all others, the best op
portunity of lrn~wing.
have endeavored, during my adminis•
tvarion, to conduct the affairs of Govern
ment. with a strict attention to an eco•
nomical management of its finances. In
proof of my labors on this subject, there are
Dow one million of dollars in te.erve, be
sides other funds, deposited in Paris, to
the credit of the Government.
Recent event., which I do not desire to
characterize, have brought upon me ca
lamities which I did nut foresee, nor WTI
prepared to meet. In this ercerg-ney, I
deem it due to my dignity and honor io
make a personal abnegation of the powers
with which I have been clothed,
During my Presilency, 1 have adopted
the policy of quelling the discords and di
viJions that made Hayti a distracted and
feeble Government, I hare lived to see
the Indipendence of the nation acknowl.
edged, and its territory united; and now,
in vo'untarily ostracising myself, I give
silother proof of my desire to remove all
cause of discontent and division.
In conclosit'-'` may add, that I wish
Hayti to be as happy as I strove to render
More of the Prize
We gave yesterday a brief notice ofth's
disgraceful transaction. From the Even
ing Mercury we glt•ar_ further particulars.
, . The Mercury states that after Ruhlt was
fairly blinded, he, in the 19 h sound, grasp
ed Freeland w.th his left a , tn and dettially
feeling for a place whereof) to plant a blow,
be struck F. on the breast with such
„immense force. that it disabled him on'
the spot, and left him, us it was suppo3ed,
,iu a dying state.
The battle was for 4k500 a side, and list• '
ed just one hour and tilt}'-six minutes.—
Freeland was knocked down 72 tours, and
fell, as a ruse to avoid Rusk's blows, 73
times more. Rush received but three
knock downs during the fight. Freeland
was taken from the battle ground to the
_ Lady Washington Hotel, in the vicinity,
acid from thence he was brittr_,ht into the
city on Sunday night. The last blow
struck by Rusk was a terrible one. The
sound was heard all around the ring, and
evon some of the most experi—
*aced. Freeland is an old hand. He
nas fought 14 pitched battles, and came to
tb;scountry purposely to fight Sullivan,
who is now undergoing a sentence of two
years in the New Yolk State plum, for
.participating in the murder of young Me•
-Coy, in the prize fight of Lilley and Mc
Rusk was persuaded by his "friends" (! )
. to engage in the fight with the bul y. The
friends of F. were betting five, and even
ten to one against Rusk.
So confident was Freeland of stereos;
thatms entering the ring, he pulled fit y
dollars in gold from his pocket, and gave
it to his second to bet for him. On ShAt...
lug bands with Rusk, according to custom,
before the fight commenced, he remarked,
"Matty, I am going to whip you. To
which Rusk coolly replied, "Very well;
but the proof of the pulding is in eating
To show that something of a murder
ous spirit accompanied this shameful and
disgraceful confect. one of R's seconds
asked Freeland's if they had brought any
candles with them to fight by—to which the
other answered, "No, hut we have bt ught a
This was a biro at a grave digging,
and Ile event may prove that the menace
Was not an id'e tine.
All the Decency.
Tbd New Haven Register thus retorts
upon a remark cf the Palladium, of that
city, that 'ninety-nine out of a hundrill of
the convicted rogues vole the locofaco tick
d.' the reply is seceie, hut just:
'lf this is true of small rogues, it must
be admitted that the big ones are all whigs!
and if they do not make their appearance
at the polls, after 'conviction,' it is probably
from the fact that they have either been
hung, imprisoned for life or taken the Sat.
bine slope. The great whig forgers, Mitch
en and Monroe Edwards, will not soon he
tell to give their talents and energies to
the whig cause—although Riddle, end him
dn.& of other federal bank swindlers and
mites on the big scale, are yet spared to
them. Badger and Rhawn, we believe,
are yet active and influential whig leaders,
ban whether Jeffers is yet out of prison, we
cannot say. Baer will be ready to take the
slump again for 'Harry of West,' unless
horse stealing should flourish in 1844 more
than in years past. It would bo passing
strange. indeed. if a party possessing such
immaculate leaders, and having for its ob
ject the elevation of a gambler and a dlel ,
istto the Presidency, should not possess all
the virtue. and talents, and respectairiluy.
and ht neatv in the laud—to N.,) , nothing
of the hard t ider. Such a fitrfect whirl
pool o f morality and u }livery, mist natu
rally attract and swallow every god thing
that comes within the i..lidence of its ac
tine, whether it be a dead cox' or a rum
hand. How can any one doubt the pu
rity of the whig party,• who remembers its
salutary influence on the morals, the husi•
nem, the habits, the temperance of the
land, in the last campaign.'
Speeie.— $536,582 E; rived
. cu the 3i instant.
vow in Cenacclicut is nea
Leiter of Judge Wilkiuse
The following is the reply of Judge Wil
kina to the Phil ,detpLia comitittee that in
vited I ire lo be present at the JefferaJn
et-lein aim, in that city.
Gentlemen:--I have received your favor
of the 3lat ultimo, inviting me to join the
democracy of Philadelphia in celebrating
the centennial anniversary of the birth of
Engagements of long standing and of a
very urgent character, forbid the high grat
ification. We cannot, therefore, meet at
the same altar of Freedom; yet !Atilt feel
myself as in the midst of you while enga
ged in the city of Pittsburgh, with our
hrothren of Oil same 'political faith, in
commenorating the auspicious day with e—
rin tl ardor ant intensity of devotion. It is
delightful to reflect that mountains cannot
intet our sympathies; and that each lof
ty sentiment and generous aspiration on
either side will he shared in a congenial
spirit, at the other extremity of the com—
Why is it that Ttme, so fatal to ordinary
reputations, only serves to brighten the
fame of him we delight to honor'? The
cause is not to be found in any or all of
the great actions of hi 4 life hovtev,•r
trious. It is due that of which all these
were but t tin out ward manifestation —an
earnest, unaffected, deep -seated confidence
in the people. He loved and trusted his
species. A t the end of another century it
will have speed to the corners of thu
On this point he was far in advance o•
yen of Ins great cotemporaries. While
some were disaffected—while others were
'Ai ling to give the experiment a fair trial
—while rnauv, sanguine at first, became
sour and eispiiited—his faith was a•ead
fast and unwavering from first to last. It
is this 1114 mikes him a man of all time and
Gentlemen. we would all be guilty of a
great wrong, did we not on this occasion re
call, with grateful hearts, another name de—
servedly precious to the democracy. 1 re
fer to him of whom Mr. Jefferson declared
more than a q rat ter of a century alto, that
he had filled the measure of his country's
glory.' rhe departed patriot did not an•
ticipate the greet crisis of our day• A
fresh generation was necessary to come in
to exibrenee to witne's a glory before
which that of the tented field fades into
nothinz. It is the highest pride of my own
humble life to have taken a steadfast, how•
ever feeble, part in that memorable strut;■
gle in which the constitution of the emit]
try and the supremacy of our lawl were
voi.lientel and sustained.
Wishing you all the enjoyment ihat can
flow from the pat riot is occasion which call.
you together, I stibscrib • myself. gentle
men, your much obliged fellow-citizen.
By Wm. Wilkins. The Public Integs
rity and Incorrupt Dt mricracy of Penn
sylvania: The latter wi I sustain the for
mer. and never suffer its purity to be sul.
led by the firrt whisper ofrepudiation.
By the Committee.—Wm.
The democracy rf the land owes him a
debt of gratitude for his aid in defeating
the terhatter of 'the monster.'
flottject to the derision of n Mattoon' Cooventlon.
DAILY MORNING POST.
TU. PHILLIPS k WM. H. SHIM EDITORS £ND Pier.PlttrioltS
We noticed yesterday, that at a great
meeting of the New York Historical Soci—
ety last SA orday, at which Mr. Webster
and Mr. Gallatin were present, the much
talked of, and recently discovered map of
the North• East foundry was brought forth,
and the character of its eyideuce discussed.
Mr. G illatin thus briefly detailed the his•
tory of the map. It had been one of the
nurnetous maps used by the Commission•
ere who egret don the Treaty of Paris in
1783. and remained in the possession of
the Hon. John Jay, one of the American
Commissioners. On his death it came into
the possession of his brother William, and
from him discended to his nephew. ti.e late
Peter A. Jay, amongst whose papers it
was found by his relatives alter his death,
and by them presented to the Historical
On this map the boundary line is laid
down precisely as claimed by the United
States in the negotiations which resulted in
the late treaty; and the red line designating
the boundary as thus defined, is marked in
51r. Jay's handwriting, "Mr. Oswald
was the British Commissioner, and the rea
snnable pr•snmptinn is that this map rep
resents the b , dindary as agreed upon by the
Comnissilners of the Parts treaty.
This line Erants more to the United
Ste &e-itnedliian tvis in con-zeci.i De mo(
an error in the constitution of the mad e but
its direction is exaetly atialatnus to that of
the boundary chimed by our goverument.
Of ccurse the discovery of this trial, sets a
side the Franklin map and explodes all the
nonsense of the" British newspaper about
time "red hoe," jail American "fraud and
It would appear from this map, that our
g.iverno cut has clearly teloliti4hPd its
right and, title to a large portion,of territo
ry that really belonged to us; that England
Homewood, April 81h 1843,
SATURDAY, APRIL 22 1843
•iee First Page.
The Boundary Question.
has gotten the advantage of us hi tbe late
Treaty; and that k short, if any frttud Wig
practiced, Lord Ashbotton imposed up
Mr. Webster considerably in the negotia- 1
The writer of the money articles in the
New York Herald, says that the old the—
ory of banks, exchequer. arta other paper
regulators "to regulate the currency," and
"equalize exchanges," have vanished be%
fore the immutable laws of trade. The
Sub• Treasury law, notwithstanding its re•
peal by the 27th Congress, is at this mo
ment in more efficient operation than even
when sanctioned by statuary law. The
reason is obvious. The principles con•
tained in it are those of the laws of trade.
It provided for the collection and disburse.
ment of the public moneys in gold and ail :
ver. At the time it was legally in opera
tion this was impossible, from the ascen.
dency of bank power. These banks have
perished, the paper vanished, and the cur•
rent of events, and the law of trade, re
established the Sub--Treasury, in spite of
its repeal by lawyers.
The Bank of Pennsylvania gave notice
that it would resume specie payment On
fast Monday: This is one of the Phila—
delphia institutions that stopped payment
last year, and its paper was sold at a ruin
nue discount. Let the public observe how
matters in relation to this Bank have been
managed. and they will gain some know
ledge of the mode by which the people are
plundered by such - concerns. As long as
a large amount of its paper was in the
hands of the people, the impression was
made that the Bank would never be able to
meet her engagement fully, and the poor
note holders were glad to get anything ror
them, But as soon as the brokers and
stockjobbers get the whole circulation of
the Bank into their hands, th"n the public
are informed that it will resume specie pay
ments, and the wealthy spect;latnr is ena
ble] to realize an hundred per cent. on hi.
`fair business transactions.' This is one o
the beauties of the present banking sys
Tricks upon Travellars.—The New
(Means Bee puts visiters on their guard
against a set of scoundrels, who infest that
city, and who, by (Kering their services
as guides, rh'eoy strangers into unfrequent
ed places for the purpose of robbery.—
Several persene, supposed to have large
sums of money about them, have recently
disappeared in that quarter, very mysteri •
ously. The Pennsylvanian says that the
same has been the ease in Philadelphih.
but the missing individuals are thought to
have gone off of themvelves, espec-ally as
they had large sums of money belonged
to other people. These were cases of
'spontaneous evapration,' chemically con.
The Boston Courier notices as a curi
ous fact, proved by every electi n in eve.
ry part of this country, whether it be the
election of hog e reeve in a country village,
Governor of a state, or president of the
United States, that nu political party can
be defeated by a larger party. The
smallest party, it the newspapers are to be
believed, always succeeds, by illegality,
double voting, rioting, or some crime of
equal atrocity: We never yet heard of a
candidate for office. being defeated by a
Something not Good to Eat.—A young
lady of Nialichestear N. H. swallowed 25
pins and a needle at one lime. By the
aid of a physician they were passed with
Guadaloupe.—The Havanna Noticioso
states, that according to information re
ceived in Santiago de Cuba from Guade
loupe, the number of victims by the late
earthquake exceeded 4000 killed, and over
16,000 wounded. The steamer left Point
au Pitre fur Fiance, with as many of the
wounded as she could carry.
The exact majority of Morris, for May■
nr of New York, turns out to be 5916
whole number of votes polled, Dem. 25,
380, Fed. 19,464. Certainly a very large
vote, and one that indicates the dregust
which the Federalists have excited in the
public mind, during the one year's domina
Pretty Fair.—The Mobile Herald takes
Mound in defence of ladies' corsets. It
says, a corset board supports and strength
ens the chest of a lady. If so, it may be
properly termed the 'board of health.'
Chinese Ships.—By the last arrivals
from Canton, it appears that thit Emperor
or China has given orders for the construe
tion of Ships of War, after the American
moitel, and for immediate use, to purchase
those which the 'bar bari.ins' will sell.
Strawberri made their appearance in
Boston on the 1 h inst.
An iron ship arrived at New Orleans on
the 7th last from Liverpool.
Bab direr is tectuittriier Boston on t
affairs of Rhode Island. Poor Seth! I
would be much better for him to look ou
for himself than to sutler 9 months impris
onment for men who have not the spirit
to maintain their rights. In his advertise
me, the says:—'The undrsigned has been
treated in the most cruel and unjustifiable
manner during his incarceration. He has
been handcuffed and yoked lo a fellow
prisoner—beaten by the jailor—taunted
and tortured in almost all possible ways—
driven to despair, distractiorhaud despera■
don; and to the verge of the grave. The
lectures will be interspersed with several
poems, written in prison, on the subject
under consideration; some t,f which were
addressed to my kind benefactors and pre
servers, the suffrage ladies of Newport and
other places. Chains similar to those
worn by the undersigned will be exhibited.
In the second lecture the ostensible rea
sons for applying the shackles will he giv..
en, and an account of the threat and at,
tempt of the ~ h eri:T to shoot the undersign
ed with a pistol."
D'.9ubigne's History of the Reforma
tion.— We have received from the publish
er Mr. T. Carter. Market street, between
3d and 4th sts., a copy of this work. It is
published in three volumes, neatly printed
and sold at the low price of one dollar per
copy. To thise who agree will' the author
in his peculiar religious opinions, it is a
work of much interest, and has been high
The Christian World, a monthiy publi
cation fur all denominations, Mr. Dirtzw
one of the publishers of this interesting
Magazine, is now in this city, and can be
seen at Mr. Berfurds, by those who desire
The custom house officers, at Grenoek,
Scotland, have realized £5,000 by tobac
co seizures within the last few weeks.
A poor half-starved laborer has been sen
tenced to fourteen davE.' imptisonmen: at
Northampton, England, for stealing two
pennyworth of turnips. It appeared tha ,
all the man had to support himself, wif•
and child, was two shillings a werlt from
The Phila. Sp. Times says that offer
have been made to Miss C. Cushman and
Miss Alexina Fisher by one of the London
The New York papers are mute on the
Corlies case. Has it been hushed apt
Something Remarkuble.—Nn new Mag
azine has been started in New York for
two weeks. What is to become of the
“literatute of the day."
A woman named Betsy Campbell has
been arrested in New York fur passing
Willis says Oa, Sriphus was the firs t
editor. This ought to be chronicled as an
Dr. Buchanan, the nearolugist, is still in
Boston. CoII)er is in Philadelphia, going
it in the molasses line.
Women, by thein4elvo., require liitle to be
comfortable; can live without bustle, &c.
Woehington Irving wrote the above some years
ago; but he has since found out his mistake.
The stati4tical returns of the Old F.ll,•ws' So
ciety establish the filet, that during the past year
there were only 42 committ-ils of persma belong
ing to that order, out of the e roga number of
members amounting to about 300,000 —Eng. pa.
What has the editor of the Gazette to Lay to
(K). -The number of sign ttires attached to the
Glasgow anti•corn law petition, up to Wednesday
15th ultimo, was sixty-three thousand•
();:jr.The sywein of transportation, from the
time of its commencement up to 1841, cost Eng
land, eight millions sterling..
D:7The steam packet Brilannia WAS to have
left Livcerpool for Halifax and Bision, on the 4th
invt. ;She may be looked for thi4 week.
0::r1t is estimated that there are about 170 000
bushels of wheat In store at Cleveland, Onin, and
at3ont 813,000 buslrds at Michigan City. Of that
at Cleveland, 30,000 bushels are designed for the
Interesting di:piste—Two B wino Cab drivers
had a dispute lately as to whether Queen Victoria
was obliged to use Gouraud '8 D.:pilatnry powders
to avoid sporting a meat ache. The powders re
ferred to may be had at Tuttle's .
The Susquehanna at tiarrisnurgn has 15 feet
water in channel.
At New Orleans, on the afternoon of the 3d
inst,, a colored man placed a musket under his
chin, and altwilly bleu• hi 4 head uff his shoulders•
(rrThe Braz r:ver hav been navigated by
steamboats, during the present season, as far as
Washington, Texas. It is intended to push the
navigation as high up as the falls. An iron
steamboat, especially for the Brea's, hail been or
dered in England.
-Cabs have Wen introduced into the city of
Buffalo, N. Y., and the citizens are much pleaaeu
with their appearance.
Foil! individu.ils at Columbia, ti.t.C ; who have
been found guilty of selling rum to s'aves, have
been heavily fried an 4 sentenced to three months
imprisonment in the c•wooty prison.
Specie to tir eat noot 4). $124,000 arrived a
11 , 313i1 ,. :,(A1a,) on theft b loot
The new theatre at 1111.4 bile, (Ate. ) is nearly
01.Wai Kendall of Silewertentidendrirti wa
latelraued by Day d Merehouse for dismay's on
the seduction of the tatters daughter. IS was ei •
i Emitted that the seducer had property to the a
mount of 1.200 dollars, the jury gave a verdict of
1,500 d.illars; which will sweep all that Kenda!l
p s•essee and leave a balance of 300 to be raised
in the best way he can.
rln old man Died in the lVoods.—An
old man named Abraham King, who lived
near Forestburg, left Monticello, N. Y.
about two weeks ago to go home, and in
stead of Viking the usual route, attempted
to proceed through the woods in a direct
line. He was missing until Monday last,
when four or five persons volunteered to
go in search of H. was tracked a •
bout two and a half miles in the snow, and
his body found in a laurel swamp, frozen
and covered with ice.
A suit has been instituted against cum.
mander Mackenzie in the court of West
chester county, N. Y. by the friends of
Alexander M'Kie. one of the apprentices
who were brought home in irons in th e
Somers. The damages clai ned are $lOO,-
A young man of 14 lately married a girl
of 13, at Quebec. The boy imposed up
on the clergyman by wearing false whis
kers, and the girl by cotton breast-work.
Lord Wm. Lennox, Mrs. Wood's first
husband, has published a new novel, enti
tled the 'Tuft Hunter,' which is a very re
markable production; entire passages, of
great length, having bren. it is said, pla
giarised from the wog kof Scott, Hood,
and other, in the most unblushing man•
A rascal stole a suit of clothes from a
tailor, who got his track and follow ed
him. When inquired for, the foreman of
the shop replied that the boss, had follow'
Midnight Cries.—An amateur cat stir
enade under your window—a pack of hull--
gry wolves about a dead sheep—eight cbil
dren sent to bed without their supper--a
little squaller with a pin stiking in it
somewhere—a rat with its dear tail in a
The Waßhington College, Pa., has con
ferred the degren of Doctor of Divfnity, on
the Rev. J ilm 0, Binghirn, corresponding
Secretary of the Alierinan Bihle Siciety.
The Goshen, N. Y., Din ,crat says that
one far tier in that vicinity, wilt this year
pay $BOO to the Erie Rai:road, fur freight
of milk to New York.
In the case of the T. 3 nitel States. V. I
saac Barnes, late Naval at ter in Boston,it
was tl , -citled that an officer dismis.ied from
his place, Wai entitled to his salary o n ly in
the time of his dismisat I, and not for a
Time: in Philakelphia is all tl - e agony
in the Jity of.Brotharly terve' sine t the late dia•
graceful outrage of Fre.rnan andtualt.
The office of the Elm. Wm Baylies, in West
Bridgewater, Mass., was destroyed by fire on
Monday last. A few hundred dollars in got t and
silver and bills, were in the offtee,helonging to hie
di , nts. The gold and silver saved, somewhat
m elter —bills destroyed.
An attempt to fire the stable.; attached to the
Exchange Coil a House, in Boston, was made a
few nigt.ts sinoe. Fortunately it was di , covcred
In tim' to nrovent rt aarimt• ronflairrati,x.
sixth ni g h, of the engagement of Mite MEL
TON, Mrs. FLYNN, and Mr. LATHAM.
First night of the celebrated crimcdy or
Or, The Deacon vs. The Professor,
With Mr L'stham's ctlebra , ed : 4 4.rninn .1"A Touch
at the Times," and his wood-rrul MANIKIN.
First night of the new Lim] fa , cf., written by the late
Tvro P.,wer, called.
AN IRI3II WAY OF PAYING TIIE RENT
Or, The Maid of Munster
A uu of Songs during the evening for which
see bills orate Day-
Dopra open at 7 tee...ett, ceri..rfnetnee to com
mence at half past 7
Lower Boxes, 50 cents Seem d Tier, 37i cents
Pitt, 25 " I aillery, 12i cents
et ontintrtial ^Nrixiti.
3ML.INUMIGTME• IFW, •
16 feet water in the channel
Reported by SIMILE & VITCHIL, Ganeral S. B
Agents, No 5, Market street.
•Michigan, limes, Beaver.
*Olovela4d, Hemphi.l, do.
Dresden. Bowo, Zanesville.
Alaska:wont Valley. Ilaytette, do.
Alpine. c. Cmktiu,n,
Oe.l t , B wn au, 00.
klurgt l.hirr, lievinny, Wheeling,
alga, Dunstan, Franklin.
•Muotgoinery, Gregg, Ginciinn.
*Michigan, Ilnev, B .aver
I ,..:levelan , l, Hetnphtll, du.
Ziarsvilie, Duvxll , Al tr:e to
a Biuneite. train, St Laois.
New Yo4t, Greenlee, Nashville.
Oe;la, Bowman, El , morn-vale.
It is injeci astonishing. t. ace Cle business bus
tie at the rive'. and in tiii 4treet , „ ‘ll,. ye.itarday
counted si.ri•en s• oa,111) )a.a bus: ly cogged in ro
ceiving and disc4ar,i .n f , eight. Tltr. wnarf. and
o ur., - I x the lergrat in 01a river, sae ti.al flu' the
d 4.. c-ri.n-n .d -; ilt..yi, naier,
l efolll,bilenn, Sr.:, ; Kai sirtro (1) , 1
as is kept up rr , eri a3,l.nish pe i,1 0 , 0 f Casein
nati arid St. Luis if they were here,br m
WHIT IikIe 4 TITIUT2 Liet .- 4 4 '"
Prof. B. Siltiman rf race Csile
' Having n r ed, will de:iirar IA Lecture intswellein
tory to a c. uric , en Geology, befbre tl.e Wirt fa
stuute on tiot.d vy e um,. 24th inst .at 7 1 o'.
clock, 111 ii/ s TI i d Presb)to inn Church.,
Trim L. t src.will be FREE to the put I:c i
No' lee of succeeding Lectures, will be g van at
the conclusion of the first Lecture,
Sobacribt:rs and others who design at.thellist
to rt nor se of Lectures can cßein tickets of
'ML. OSILHUEY,•No. G 6 Wood street, ,
w, WILSON, Market street,
JOHN S. COsCR ‘VE, 114 Woou
JOHN B. SEMPLE, 50 "
W. B. SCAIFE. It .1.
To necntiate with Cuunty Commisaionera Rai
tugho, and Town.:
MR. B. siMPSON, MR. J. B. GUTHRIR,
" R. GALWAY, " IV .J, HOWARD,
JOHN SH IPTON.
-The committee will meet on Saturday eftersoem
the 22d iota at 3 o'clock in the Board of Trade
11.ioms, preparatory to entering on the duty SIM
signed it. E. SIM PSO3I, ( .
A CONVERTED JEW
Is expected to preace in the Temperance Hall
to-morrow at 10i o'clock a. tn. and 7 p. m.
To the Farmers, Mechanics, and Workingeetus
of Allegheny Co.--The Committee by you appoints.
ed in public meeting in the tie.v Court House ea the
Bib day of last [noun', with instructions to prepare
measures for future action, respectfully o..traatiati
to assemble in sour respective townships or the Col
and wards of the Cities, on Satin day evening, the
29th inst., and there elect in each, two delegates with
instructions, to meet in Convention on the Ist Wed
nesday of next May, prepared to adopt such num•
ures as will hereafter %ecui e an organized and welt
directed action of the wealih producing interest.
The newspapers published in this city and in AL
egheiry are requested to gite this Furtive publicity IN
lieu columns. JOHN FEAKAL.,
ap 19 Chairman.
USr ItECEI V F. 13 —A small rrtaii assortment of Dtr•
el Goods. Cat oet Chain. Hardware. Spades, Itoell, Hay
and Dung Forks, Cotter Mills, Brusher, Cooper's woe,
etc , rnr sale low for cash or approved exchange te Mit
ISAAC HARRIS Agent and
COM kterN. Nn 9. 6th M.
I . IY order o
rpluth's Court of 411eglieny cOlue.
C, r,relhu Darragh appointed an Audlior to audit the
account of phillp Simpler and Peler Sheeler, Guardkan.
of Washington Fioweirs arid Elizabeth Flowers. eitner
children of Thomas Flowers, derented:
Notice is hereby given that the andhar xv1:1 proceed
to audit illy:, account at the uffire of Mallon and Wash.
inglon In Bahevvel;'s Butidings in the city of Pl? Womb
on Tuesday the 23d day of May.lB43.at 3 o'clock p m.
nn 23-3 i CORNELIUS DARRAGH.
liuectr►rtsx.—All persons who may he affected
with Rheum taism, Goof, Concentrated cords or UMW,
can find a sure and effectual remedy," by urine Hewes•
Nerve and Bone Liniment and indb, II Viser linstdreds
In this city and vtriaity, who have been laboring for
years under the pain sof those dreadful complaints. and
have !teen under the hands of the most skillful Dar:dors
without rereiving any benefit, have tried It, and reap
cured by the use of only one boll lea each of the above.
The genuine can be procured only at TUTTLEV. - 88
Fourth street, Pil Phil r 2 ap.3o
FOR CLEVELAND (Dirt.CL)
PHE new eaoat haat 3 MNS k. V E NZEY. Me(Haire
lln•ter, will leave for the ahnvo and Intermediate
porto, oil Saitirday the 22d Inst in low with the Melilla
For freight or pa.sage apply on hoard .or to
Rp 21. BIIIMINGIIAM *CIO,
JUST RECEIVED, a large Qupoly of Ur 8 wayilies
syrup of Wild 01..erry,and for sale wholesale
4FIRMS. Baron Mine,
24 Rag FeAtilP , P.
10 liarl'elir Bug if 1101)AP Mnlaptrp,
On eniiniLinment. landlne from Steamer A Inv. RIM lfcir
sale on liberallerme,by El A I LSI N JENNINGS 4.• co
n p 20 43 Wood Wee
NEW YORK DYER.
OSEE FUM tI
ES. would respertilly Inform his Mead*
and the pold:c In g. nernl,that he dies Ladles' dreitiet,
lialdts and Mantels of ( very description, b1ack...64
warrants item not to smut, and In look equal 10 Illtw
mood.. He Ora tarry colors of nil deseript lama op 01k
and cotton yarn. Also. clean,: and reqores the Oafs
of perillemen'e clothing. en as to reomble new goods,
Mr. H. flatters himself thrt he can please the nubile.
as he has done an extensive tnismrss in NiNtw Totk r Inle
twenty years. All work done on moderate terms st his
establishment in Sth fl. I etvrecn Wocd and Matta/Atte
Irma the Theatre.
Q 3 Thi+ is to ecrti y that OS EE HIME3 hr.
done wnrk fur us, whi , h has fully answi. red our
expectations, and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Berns, J. B• Shurlkfr;
David H,lll, B. F. Mann, David Boles, Joseph.
French, jr.. Ardrew Purdy, W. B. Bniesililm.
Parser, H H. Smith, Henry livens, A. Shocker',
jr., Joseph Vera, Gore Barne*. zip Nith.
REGULAR WEEKLY PACKET
E S. H. Curler, C ollins, Masier. wfll depart for the
nbove and intermediate ports, au Fridny.2lnt.ill IF
o'clock n. an For freigOr or paq,tazc apply on board, or to
an 20 BIRMINGFIAM k co,
REGULAR. WEEKLY 'PACKET
TflEsteamer Montgomery, Gregg, Master, wilt de
part for the above nod Intermediate porta on - Satat.
day. 22d. nt 10 o'clock a. m. For freight - or prliwige,
apply on hoard, or to I:IIRSIINCHASI 4. cr.
FASHIONABLE ROOT MAKING.
BPERRY takes this method of informin g the peblie
in g eneral that lie continues to carry on the
nhove hardness in the fblounno•uct • Roust Bunkflies,
No 1 Water street. Where, a ith PI riel per.onet •attention
he hopes to please all who will favor hi m u t ort r pa
trona g e. From his long experience ID the Ilisioese. he
flatters himself tom hi. work cannot he exreiled In Stat.
mess and durability. nt least west of the Mountairnc but
it Is I.I.P:PFII to boast—a fair trial is the best evidence.
1 suit the time. he 1713 MI for in re* Boot• al various pd.
cer; from ne low as five dollars up to his best cleanly.
which he affords at seven dollars per pair. apSO Sot
pCAWFIELD luta removed Ills n slide Mklkbeis,_
ment to Wood ft. opposite Faltnestoek'sp utru,s
Store, where he will keep constantly on hand Tom b
Stones, Monuments etc. tap 19—Ty(
BETTER BARG ‘IN. TIIAN EVER OFF.F,R..
ED REFoicE, AT TEIE •
IRON CI TY CLOTHING STORE,
No. 132 Liberty street.
ITISIERAention of ntt fierenns who • wieh per—
fnanional,:e and !wrist raretlothM~ 1t
/rawer price. than ever before ofrerfd i this eity, to
Called to the eilev.sive stork of heady ;tTade Clothing
BOW preilirine a,.(1 for sate by W. I. DAM T, a t th e
City Clothing, Store, No 132 Liberty Weer, scar
H s stock is contiro4etl of Bogli , a, ('teeth, Germ an an d
Antrrlcan n.aouiar , uted Go,ct s , t ouc l.l for rash and
male ion gargnertis dur Insfte eprygrinn In Inlinurmand,
e , .....nrinet.lly can lie unirl nt the v. ry fair.eft,
i: 0 ity •he prihity to rail 0011 examtue COT
" a ' lattAtlirl were neve.
' that b. , wirrt a,tn2 nt 11114 Wise In,
p.Teferri , r i• to grkm skoefell • re
,t t n,y will ivu file a great
Lltrin7 a their *ape re. for ent'olut.
a -ion. are new and tome%
f Good" a ..11:9iiie.e luny relit not ve
lin! fir , t ;re grlirla. e. I
C. , nflthe•it that WI runt ran alter
Mr imlurpoo,"4 pu , r; , ,,prr., he aeltiie, 4
,„,„ isle .r a rdrri Se. itinsiePlf that
Pro o o°. made In his adlierilseteete will he ftlithfutti rt.
i deemed. DATI2*
* 19- 3t Ateort..:
No 53. Martet A.