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• On the vote for Mayncoth, Mr. Plumtre
declared his resolution of divi3ing against.
Mr.Cochrane t houghttliat a larger num
ber would support a motion for a commit
tee of inquiry. than would divide against
the grant; he respected the Roman Catho ,
lie Church. The vote, on a division, was
affirmed by 120 to 40.
.7ecouchnient of her Majestu.—Every
preparation has been made at Buckingham
Palace in anticipation:of this highly inter.
esting , everit,
.which is expected to take
plac,t before the exriration of the week.
M. Widen Prarroo, one of the principal
leaders of the Liberal patty in the Chain.
bee of Deputies, has given notice of a mo•
lion to reduce the jurisdiction of the Court
of Peers within constitutional
in other words, to transfer from the ha'ds
of that Assemblv, to the Assize Tribunals,
the power of trying all those "crimes" (so
called) which were mentioned in the fa
muus September Laws. Hilt treason is
to be an exception; and these who are
guilty of it will still remain respnnsible to
the Court of Peers, All matters connected
With - the public Press, political, libel, and
secret associations, are to be referred to
Common Jurors. Such is the outline of
,M. Barret's bill, It will, of course, be re
jected by the Conservative Mi.sistry.which
;mains in power contra' y to the wishes of
the nation- The nuptials of the Princess
Clementine and the Prince of Gotha, will
take place at Fontainbleau on the 20th
instant. No fetes m ill be given, us the
Royal family are still too much r.ff ord fir
such rejoicing in cimsequence of the death
of the Duke of Ut leans. The King and
Queen of the Belgians will be present at
the cerernan: . . The Minister of Marine
has dispatched orders to the Maritime Pre
fects (Port Admirals) of Toulon, Brest,
and Rochefort, to send n quantity or
lery to the Margeesas Islands.
The Seinaphore d c Marscill es of the 3 I
instant brings news from AlOers of the 30th
olt. General Gentil remitted from Mosta
ganem from his expedition
i the mwmtains
if the Leni-Zeronabs on the 25th, 1 , 61) 6 -
ing with him 712 prisoners, 900 oxen, and
3000 sheep or goats. in an encagt ment
they had with the Arabs on the lOW at the
Marabout of Sidi Lekhhal, the French are
stated to have killed about 300 men, hay,
ing lost themselves only 11 killtd and 18
is curious enough,' remarks the Com
merce, that M. Marochetti should be corn
inisbioned to i xecute at the same time e
questrian statues LA Napoleon and Weling•
CHINA AND INDIA.
Intelligence from Canton comes down to
the 21st of January, horn which it_appears
that the Imperial Commissioner Elepoo
hatl.arrived there on the 10th, but it was
doubted if the neg:tiations respecting the
tariff would commence until alter the be—
ginning of the Chinese new year which
was on the 30th of January. Sir Henry
Pottinger had It-ft Hong Kong for Canton
on the 17th in order to pay a visit cf cer".
emciny. ' Col. Macolm left Bombay on the
leth of February,on board a steamer, in or.
der to deliver the ratified treaty to the Plen
The British Plenipotentiary applied to
KE for indemnity for the acts of the mob
at Canton, and the latter replies:—'l do
not know who is the thief; and I cannot ex•
plain to myself whence has arisen so great
hatred against the English. There it is
where the emuete going. Although my
troops are well exercised and prepared,
nevertheless, when any trouble arises. I
should be very cautious for fear,if I acted
with temerity att.! precipitation, I should
only cause between you and me an intoler
. As in these past years you have burned
Our villages, plundered our shops, carried
away our money, and to whom Ehall I ad
dress myself to obtain reparation ? Ake
the English merchant., dare they to demand
reparation but with a certain fear, In fact
he refuses to make indemnity.
It appears that the Ameers of Hyder
bad, while making arrang3ments to collect
a large army, continued to play 'fast and
loose' with Major Outram, whom the In
dian Government had in December sent to
them in order to :nake terms. It must be
recollected that these A meers, who were
long regarded as tributaries of the A ffghan
Empire, had within some years enjoyed a
sort of independence of all suljection.—
Their principles were thos,! of Eastern
• Despots who govern the country for their
own special advantage. On the 15th the
residence of the British Political Agent, or
Minister, was attacked; it was galla7ttly de•
fended by 1.00 men for several hours; but
• at length their arnunition having been ex.
pended, the British soldiers retired e.l!l t a
small loss to the steamers, then at the head
of about 27,000 mon, at a distance of about
20 miles from the capital of the Ameers.—
• • hastened at the head 22,000 men
to attack the British force. On the 17th a
battle took place, which can only be com -
pared to - the celebrated one at Plessey, in
which, after a severe struggle of three
Vieurs, the Ameers were totally routed, and
their troops dispersed. The loss of the
British troops was considerable. The A
meers on the following day surrendered
themselves prisoners of war, and Hydera
bad was occupied by the conquerors. The
capture of this most important position is
of immense value; the valuable and fertile
di-tricts along the Indus can now be res
tored to industry and the arts of pet ce.
Lord Ellenborough has arrived at Delhi,
and the imperial city has been quite fright:.
ened from its propriety. His entree, though
taking place nn a Sunday, was a magnifi
cent sight. The procession included no
less than 70 elephants, and almost as many
native Princes and Chief., whose splendid
apparel, and the glittering uniforms of their
followers, contributed to dazzle the eye, if
not to bewilder the brain of the spectator.
-• A grand regatta, by women, is to take
plait* Vinice on Ow ?sth of May, •
• PnR PRICSIDENT,
JAMES RUCH A.NA:N
subi r , to the decision of a National Convention.
DAILY MORNING POST.
TVs. PIIILLIPs WM U. SNIT'S, EDITORS &ND PRotßULTotes
THURSDAY, MAY 4 1843
see First rage.
The manner of choosing delegates to the
Democratic National Convention, is much
talked of just now, in various parts of the
country. It is urged by the friends of Mr.
Calhoun that delegates should be selected
by the people of each congressional district,
in their primary capacity. To this pro
position there can be no tenable objection.
It would unquestionably be tha most dern•
ocratic rn7ide of choosing representatives to
the National Convention, and we, for one,
would prefer it. But we canr.ot see that
the supp oters of Mr. Calhoun in South.
Carolina, have any right to inriat that the
Pennsylvania democracy shall elect their
delegates i t arty particular rno 'e. It seams
to us not unlike an attempt to (Halite to
a soverrtgo State in a manes that concerns
herself chiefly— n wish to inflinge upon
tie conefOcd and undoubted ligh:s of her
citizens. A rrquest that wonl b ear this
construction, comes wiih an , speH:tlly had
grace from South Car.blina, vti'mse watch.
ful care for the perpetuity of State Rights,
has led her into manifold dangers and diffi.
cultics. We dermictats o! - PerinFylvnia
would never dream of demanding from our
ethren in other State: th ‘t thet u!d
submit to our direct ion, in any matter
which concet ns themlt-Ives mot e than it
If the system of election by distt its were
the only mode by which a convention could
be "fairly constituted," th , re might besome
apology for the imperious manner in which
the friends of Mr. Calhoun ask for its gen
eral adoption. But we do not think that
it is indispensably requisite to the prop,'r
and fair formation of a convention. We
have not heard, until now, (except from
the Whigs) any complaint of the manner
in which delegates were chosen to , ur na
tional conventions; and the district system
has not been followed.
We do not like to attribute interested
motives to people, but we cannot help
thinking that the hope of getting a dele
gate or two for Mr. Calhoun in N. Volk,
where he has some friends, and the fear
that by the old method of choosing by
States, he would not get a single delegate
in Virginia or North Carolina, has induced
his supporters to iosist on the system of
choosing by districts.
But in Pennsylvania he has nothing t o
gain or lose by any particular mode of
electing delegates. Of the few democrats
in this State, who arc not c(,mmitted for
Mr. Buchanan, none have un t ie a (lemon..
stration for Mr. Calhoun. Therefore, we
hope his supporters will permit Pennsyl
vania, at least, to pursue her own course
--they may rest assu red that every thing
will be done fairly and honorably. aryl that
no injustice will he done to Mr, C.alhotr! or
any other candidate.
DE MOCRAI IC BANKS ! H
The following are the Banks created by
the last legislature, a large majority of
whom were elected as a: ti-bank men.
The Southwark Bank,
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank,
The Bank of the Northern Libetties,
The Farmers Bank of Reading,
The Farmers Ba-k of Bucks County,
The Bank of Montgomery County.
Not only have these banks been charter
ed, but that wholesome and efficient prin
ciple, of individual liabitl y, was rejected
in every case!
Is it any wonder that men have become
sick of polities 7 Where the people are
betrayed and insulted, their interests dis
regarded by men in whom they place con
fidence, they are ltnh to trust their politi
cal leaders any further. We sincerely
hope that every wan who vfned with the
Whigs for the creation of these banks may
be laid on the shelf in. future, by an insulted
constituency. If the p-opie wish to be
honestly represented in the councils of the
state and natinn, they must do their own
work,--manage the political movements of
their respective districts themselves, and
hoist patsy traders out of 'heir ranks.
Horrible.-0,1 Tuesday week,Mrs Sam
uel Rosebush, of Belleville, Canada, wen t
to her barn to look after a sickly heifer
that was there, and from there went into
the woods to see her husband. She left a
female infant in the cradle, and a girl of 4
years old in the bed, in charge of her son
a child of six years old. On her return, the
house and two of the children, the two
girls, were burnt; nothing remained to
show that a human being 11:,d been de
stroyed but one leg.
The preacher who married the Siamese
Twine, is catching it pretty generally from
the newspapers; and the ladies, who have
entered into a state of quadruple blessed•
ness with Messrs. Eng and Chang, are
spoken of in terms by s means complies
flit Sorbs or E.
'Hot Coffee and strung," makes a cold ...pulse
and weak nerves Drink milk.
The Canadian Fwers are rejoicing over the
fine wea . ber which has visited them.
Eaciern papers seem a.3touisheki ak tic amounts
or cotton shipped to the east by way of Pitt s .
I 0 U are the vowels which create more disa
greeable sensations in the minds of honest men,
than all the rent in the alphabet.
The lion. John C. 'White of Tennessee,
who was sre:er of the U, S. House of Renresen
calves, has declared his intention of being a can
dilate for re-election.
The receipts of cotton in Mobile this year so
far, exceed by about 40,000 bales the entire re- ,
exipts of last year. This is some sign of the pro..
cress of the trade and the growing importance of
Southern Ladies i favor of a Tariff.'—Thin
may seem strange, Lu' it is (rile. Five hundred
I ,dies -)f liobile have pet,ti:med the authorities to
lay a tax on bachelors, for the protection of Amer•
Ibtels —ln all huge cities we notice the Hotels
are malting a ge0. , r.1 reduction or the p, ice of
b iariling, in conformity with the spirit of the age
Men who are accutoined to patronise large es.
tablisliments, I; to the more humble, ciii ill or.
lord to pay the 011 prices while their incomes are
:-Aeo it n- Tallmadge ildends Ini
grating. to The ‘vest Fprinz or slimmer. He
is n , ed up in New York by his trading
tie.; and shou'd he go west we hope he may cam
me 1,2:! his career anew, an I try if he ea:i't be
h mvst, like his eolle.s.za.. silos Wrigld.
Coinnze —IL is stated that there are six steam
presses in c on=tant motion, Fn as to supplt• the
Built of Rog Lind with the pie in t.si:lodrize 1 , 4
-t:v•r bars and gill ingots, which they send t be
struck th.. currency ante red'on. Anil this
upon an avcrag2, is upwards of 1'30),000 per
AN Elephant zot mad with his keepet
the other day in Philt.delphia, and knocked
him down with his trlnk.
A hoax tv.is aot op in New Orleans, on
the 15th, to the effect that a terrible earth
(peke had occurred at Havana, which de-
strnyrd nearly the whole city, and 60,000
of the ini alaarits.
COL. Harris has withdrawn from the ed
itorial department of the Nashville Union,
for ihe purpose of making a tour to Eu-
THE Mormons annnunce a new paper
which they intend s)on to publish at the
city of Nauvon, under the title of '•The
THE Providence Express, the ()ram, of
the friends of suffrage in R!i de Island, has
rnE eoaeh factory of Mr. PatterFOD, of
Milton, Northumbei land co., Pa , was to
tally destroyed by fire last week, with all
Tun ffingor-Whig says,that to fix upon
the day when GOD W 11; df stroy tl e earth,
appears like idle trifling or wild fanat
Foca persons, suspected of having rob
bed the Cathedral at Baltimore. have been
arrested in Washington, and con,rnitted to
'rim appearance of the comet is said to
have caused great alarm among the popu
lation of Yucatan, especially the Indian
portion of it.
A COTEMPORARY begtOB to suspect that
the comet's tail is nothing but snow, and
that the loose particles occasionally fall off
for our benefit•
SCARCE.—' Where are you going?' asked
Jack of an acquaintance. 'To see a friend.'
'Well I'll go with r ou, for I never saw one
Bumnizios.—There were 948 new buil
dings etected in the city of Baltimore from
the Ist day of October, 1841,t0 the Ist day
of December, 1842.
• Nothing renders an illiterate person
more ridiculous than to affect hard words.
Tim most foolish tlii.ig in the woad is
to be, to bow to the rich till you ale
unable to stand erect ih the presence of an
A man was robbed cf 4000 dollars at a
Concert in New York the other evening,
A queer piece fur pickpockets, truly,
IT is stated that only seven lives were
lost in the Tha.res Tunnel during the pro
gress of that great work, and that nearly 40
men were kilted then tho new London
Bridge was built.
The way they do in Mobile.—Uld Joe Cowell
waq to take a benefit at the Mobile Theatre a faw
d.tys dtnce. In his card he says:—"At the close
of the performance, of mime, Mr. Cowell will be
c. - 211erl out ; if not lie will go out, and have a spice•
did TIN CUP prevented to film by one or the com
mittee of gontkmen who have long admired his
private worth and public services—to whom he
will make an exteinpolaucous reply. expressly
prepared for the occasion."
'Jubilee Trumpet' is the title otslnew
paper. lately started up at Pittsburgh. After a
short blow out, it will probably blow up.—Ex.
What has Dr. Brodie to say to this? It is a lick
at his pills we should think.
Our exchanges -are bei t ieHolug
to change 1 - .. VITCGINIA. EL r ' lON. -
their tune in relation to the weather. It is 1
For Congress 'the folloiriug dentoural
beginningare,eletedt Atkinson, Droitteo6le, jo
to brighten f / tp, all aruund, and Lucas, Taylor, Hopkins mad Steenrod,
no class are better !teased than editors; 1 The follbwlng IN htge are possible elected:
nay, not even the ladies. Goggin, Newton, Chilton and Toler.
A man named Jordan has been arrested
and held to bail in Boston, fir threatening
the life of a lady with whom he was in
ye because she preferred another
Carlyle bas just finished and sent to
press a new work, entitled Past and Pre
sent,' upon which it is said he has bestowed
COOL.—The ettitor oldie Crescent City
tells the following story with the utmost
sang froith---'A kitten was kittened in
Casacalro street, yesterday, with eighteen
hundred and forty.threa tails. It was na
med 'Wier,' as the phisnomontin is suppo
,sed to refer to the end of the world.
Mr. Iluyi—lfeavy Verdict.—The suit of the
United States vs. Jesse Hoyt. formerly collector
of this port, was decided on Friday in the United
States District Court, in favor of the plaintiff, and
a judgment rendered against the dvtenduet for two
hundred & twenty thousand eight hutitired,& thir
ty-seven dollarg, and odd cents. The emit was in.
The first pint relied upon by the counsel for
Hoyt, Wild his private easb.buok, which he
had 'iistitute.l t i pra cut a4iinat any crs
rors wade in the tr-r-tver's account. By this it
appeared thit tiny t had oi.bursetl $4.5,000
inure th in hr hld rech.ved. Ja Ige Thompson, in
his (diarg- in tho jury, attached hal: iaportance
to this, ss the deposit in ineys, the bun is paid un
d. r priit , st, and 1113 tFeasii.y n ites wire uut en.
sere t in it at as—and it could therefire olio uu
claims as a t!st-bols 'or the cash t rahsactioh,
1r oilrcr principal point of cierentie was the de.
posit qu: , :tion. Mr. Hoyt has a claim against th e
15.10J.000 Par money ant
cliared t.. tiiin by government It
wh.oi thay w.trit their
itimmiLitely, to depoiol a tin.n
c llurtor, e:ti•'aft d is be more 610 sullicieilt to
pay tile ruin ~ arpl when the amount of deities
filially terminate!, it is tilt n fro,H t w del/o.th
jand, and Lie lei:minder r_turoeii to the dodos' -
1 s deposit m ,n - ;y paid ;n iht; trea-ury de
partment, an 1 if the rttipar went ti d r twine t ;hi.
whole and at t.ie va tie time nquired
collector to pay back tbe surplu , , tic ctaiin o r a
dim;ik ch irqe ;night be su•laiiied by Mr. Hoyt._
8u , ,0n the e mtr,ry, too gnvurntinvit did n u t
mak. , ,up its account I.t r. [h.) t untilntt r thi•
iJutii;s were a tuai l y paid, ant e'ntrged hint, not
Cur the whale sum nepo , ite,!, but i,nly the e c •
sum of dtities paid from t iia fmitt.
111.• trea<try dt•isrtin e•iotinn ttly turn-if
the SUrpius r p su g tic dot.,es. 'Fine is
ap F ears th,i it suins :.a.s; b citarge 1
As to the e , her ce t.s n ( Mr. mnt.
;:ilinst the U.iied ..tes, for fia and h.rioture , ,
s en I ,:nonn es IIII•I-1.111101/o , inz to the en-or
molts era n ref $.257,5:.4j—hts ho:mr was or the o.
pi imi t:i..t. Vol ha t n..,t the chin .11
Th e m goes: on inv,Flve! in suit Wis tha
„r the cdinn.ssions and f, es • c'iar t :ed f.r by AI r.
II yt, in ad lition to loos slivery as c , ileetor
flitt•e item: aninunted, the first to iii2U1.590. and
:he to $35 UOU—end the ju
ms if in th triiiAt decided muttne: aainst the
le ga lity or a Ihiw.n;z thew.
a ry itnt>nrt int de.6,4 in, an 1 r.•duc,i,
the I'UI , hIrTICIIIS of Mr. 11.. y% 1nt.:1a...111e 1%V.. 11.111-
r.!ii and ti , tr thnosand do Jars &trial, the tio.e he
the hi a mere Intle nt tour oEdrsdud
d ..1 its a year, as pri.vh.led fir l y law.— Y
The stir( t:es Mr. Iloyt arc Je,ii 041i!‘ ,T .
J. ( ) Uobeil. Lorit.iz 11, yt , Leo.'
i, Thurston, and Fit l'hic4t, a git ir tittia;
for StllM,ollit. •I•he (+'it:ern•nent, iietiev,t, wilt
now proceed to pit tc.teittu the u,, nol'nrtz can I!
lAA Me I ofJ .sse Hoy ; alid vit!tc' he-: fruin CIL oi
it r intnas V. t!:.111 'CO ,
' Head him or sterns th it thl next
CoggreS, WII be no ter the necessity of g tting, ti
ding a+ well as it can without the aid of the sex
y eta and lueubrations of John M. Butts, n deteto
crat havilg been chosen in hi+ Waco. For this
inisiortine there will he no remedy but patience.
Mr. Botts!, was one of th( se distinguished charac•
t rs who gave a peculiar echo , o the !ate Con
gres.s, by p.m rs:t.ng a emirs, of personality and of
patr bi.for“ vonipnrttiv little known in
lime I.rg,t , lative el' the nitiou 1 . S•anlv
should also foil, tl e nrxt Conares, may he quite a
(lull affair, as t:ie amusements disiin•
guisl ed the list, and may s(d. s /bed) to work to
dispatch the business of the nation.—Pennsyl
Meeting of Contrnis,ioners Commissioners
appointed by au act o' the Legistatnro, to :•ispose
of ihe Delaware Divisi n ofth Pennsylvacia Ca •
mil, met on Saturday evening, CApril 29,) at the
Ex :hangs, and were orvaniz,d by appointing Bert.
jatnin W. Richards, Esq Chairman, and Mr.
Packer, of Northampton, Secretary.
l'he Commissioners 'passed a resolution that
they will open books for the silo of this stock, or
the first day of June next, at the Merchant's Ex
change, in the city of Philadelphia. The officio
ace iunt of the proceedings will he found in 011 r
advertising columns —Pennsylvanian.
The Richrn mit Whig says, that at the recruit
deetion in Virginia,":he whi g s 'nude no rev' ar
tally in the st ire" nod that many of them were
lye! ,c to wresting the r us of gr,vernment from
tire dein.wrils until another ye a hard chl'soLL—
This was a very ixcelleni thought in thes,!
gentle:nen. It was one of the most ra , ion ideas
that has c one from the whi t ; !'party for a lung
time. If they would e one to the conein -
shin when aretion day arrives, that it is best to
let the d , m;crats govern for the ensuing year, it
would save themselves some trouble, and fre ,
quently prove L •neficial to the country.—Penn
Quarter Dimes.—A corres.pondert of the New
York Journal of Commerce soazests the expedi
ency of a government coinage ofquarter (limes.—
They would obviate the necessity of lo.tding the
pockets with cents, and often would be just the
change neede. l . A dine and quarter dime would
be the best sul:stiinte f'or a York shilling, a Yan
kee nine-pence or a Pennsylvania "levy," unles,t
there should be a coinage of American 1-Bths
IMPROF. SILLMAN'S LECTURES ON GE.
OLOGY will be continued on this week, on
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, end or.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday's of the two fol.
lowing weeks, in the 3d Presbyterian Church,
commencing at half past 7 o'clock. Tickets may
be had at the stores of C. C. Henry & Co., Wood
street; \V. W. Wilson, Market st and other men
hers of the an 26
FOR RAVENNA AND CAMPBELLS.
THE canal boat American Cagle, Clark, master, wilt
depart for the above andh.termediale ports on Toes.
day the 2nd, of May, In low with the 8 8 Cleveland.
For freight or panne apply on hoard or to
ap za. BI RMINGH AM 4. CO.
Wise is elected.
In the Legislature the democrats will
'have a majority, though the whigs have
gained one Senator and 5 delegates.
Business still continues to improve in
Boston, and a'l the New England cities.
The Allegheny Councils have agreed to
subscribe $lOO,OOO to the Rail Road,
The price of Gas has been reduced 10 pe
"INDEPENDENT TIDE W ATER LINE.",
DEPOT CORNER or LIBIRIE AND WAYNE STREETS.
From April 19, to May Ist. inclusive.
April 18 Sailor, J Wesl-131. oms.
18 Eliza Jane, %V Tindle—lrotonis.
19 General Stewart. A Field—Salt.
20 GeneialPike, J She'd on —lrun, nails
and Grnceri' e.
21 May flusecr, Thos Kinghton—Dry
Goods, Groccrica, &c.
21 Shamburg, S Dickey—Dry Goode,
23 Su;lericir,..l Rutledge—Coffee, Groceries
23 Tecarnsell, Ele , ail—Nni!s Iror, Croce-
24 GI t tietts, P Freelandr—Ccff.:e, Dry
24 • Pactfic, J R.ckvorth—Blooms.
24 David R Purser; A Baden—lron and
25 * A t!ar.tir, S H Furgeson—Dry Goods
Gra( & c.
25 Aurora R Graham—lron, Dry Go ids,
26 Ben Franklin, M J MorriFon—Salt.
26 Sai:or, J West—Dry Goods, Groce
27 Atlantic, J Denison, Dry Goods Groce
ries, & . .c
28 Eliza Jane, W Tindk—Dry Goods
Grecei ten, & c.
29 S Pickew
2 •NI J Bird—Blooins.
28 *Persertrente, J Pictiwurth . —Blooms.
2J :11.‘y fh.ver, *1 hos Kingston—Coffee.
Grcccr les, &c.
Slav I 're( tunsch, E'eoad—Grucerics Dry
1 Stivrior, J Rutledge—Coffee, Iron,
Dry G ode, &C.
Illarkl`d thus * were partly con,igned to
April 19 J W...9 . —Tobacco, floor, and
11'Indmy Phil , ' Quid N York.
19 Eliza Jan,. V Tindie—Ogton, Tabac
Flour and Groc.rics, or Pnils and 13‘itimore,
20 (;!„1 S. , wart. A Feld—Bacon, ei.ttbn,
Lard, Cai..tings, &e. (or Phila Harrisburg &c.
2l l;anl Viko, John SliiWon—Flour, for
:12 ayfl ,wer, Thos Kinzslon—Flour, and
Gruccr lor Priila and Suitshlirz.
22 3 .ani mrg, S Mekey —Flour, New
:2 I S'uperior,J R oled;e—Flour and Hemp
Hai and St w fork.
24 'returns I), Eluoad— Flour, Clover and
Tininthy 5(.0, GrSecrits &c. Phila New York,
Glaucus, R Freeland—Flour, Peaeliel,
IVoe,l .\ 1%, Pink.
'25 Pay.ific,J Piet:worth—Bacon, Foreis
hire &c. llo!lidaysburz.
2.5 David R Porter, A Braden—Floor, Oil,
Sugar. Bacon, Grocerieß &e. Baltimore Phila.
I. N Ynrk.
26 Allan! ic, Sll Fnigeson—Flour, Ncw
2E Aurora, R Graham—Floor, Hemp,
Lard, Dultnr, &c. P oda and New York.
27 lien k.rankl'n, 31 J Morrison—Flour,
27 Sailor , J West —Eour, Hemp, Fcal -
ers &c. Phi !ft.
28 Atlantic, James Duncan—Flaur, New
29 Etizt Jane, W Toadle—Flour and
H crap, Pnha.
25 Shamburg, S Dickey—Flour and
29 Alabama, John Baird—Candles and
2.1 Pert.er,renco, John Po•kahlth—F.onr,
and Gr.,ce,io.3, II ):11d tysburgb and N York.
v I NI ay tlovvvr, Tons Kingston—Flour and
:••: York and Ph la,
I Teewn,eli, El. ..ad—Flour. Hemp, Grip
eerie:s Sc. N York, Phila &c.
1 Super ior, J RuCedge—Flour, Hemp and
Bacon, N York, Phila and Johns,own.
10 feet water in the channel.
All B,.ats marked thus (n are provided with
Evans sally Guard.
Reported by SIMILE & ITCIIEL, General S.
Agents, No 5, Market street.
•Michigan, Buies, do
*Columbiana Murdock Wheeling
Belmont, Poe, Wheeling.
Lehigh PricL Cincinnati
L •dia Elope K nawa
Ma , suchuse , ts Benoit. St. Louie
Pinta Vantl;grdt Sunfiah
No th l,j rucn 1-leLaln Wellsville
DE PA RTE D.
• Iticliigun, 1 1010 13e,iver.
*Clevelat.d, liemphi I, do
.*Colutribitinu Murdocd R heeling
1 , ,r rest Haz'ett Franklin
Lehigh Price Ci!tclunati
Arcade fi , nnit do
Liu le Alad,
11 , •unette Irwin St. Lows
STEAM mr .,•:-... BOAT
REGULAR CINCINNATI PACKET.
TIE steamer EXPRESS, Parkinson, master, will de
part far the above and Intermediate ports on Sunday
the 7th MA. at 11 o'clock a. at, For freight or passage
apply on board or to BIRNIISCHANI 4. co.
REGULAR CINCINNATI PACKET.
TlVlEstearner SWIFTSLIIIE, Robinson, master, will
1 depart for 1.; , t, above and interrnedlateports,onThurs
day the 4th insl at l l O'clock, a. al. For freight or
pa.sage apply 0.. board or to
may 4. B 1 R.V Co.
FOR ST. LOUIS.
rpriE at amer M kSSACHUSETTS, Wnnett, master,
JL wit; depart for the abnve and Intermediate port■ on
Saturday, 6th Last at 10 o'clock a. m. For frettht or
passage apply on board, or to
may 4 !HRMINGHAM & CO.
REGULAR CINCINNATI PACKET.
Fr BE steamer CUTTER, ConinA, master will depart
for the above and Intermediate ports on Frlday,May
&at 1.1 o•etoch.a. ea. Por freight or pitmtge apply on
nerd, or to BIRMINGHAM ¢ CO.
PROF. SILLIMA N's SIXTH 'LECIT.744.„.
THURSDAY EVENING. AMY 4. ..4,-`i"V
Subjects-4.Ani flak below the rnavtne•
original cora li—Tr ilobiteg—A in mon itcs-01 tho.
cera—Wormß—Fidas, &c. •
P. S. The Lee ores for the I lel week, will 041 c
on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evening*..
For the BENEFIT of ,
Mr. LATH AM:
r. THA M , Miss MELTON,
DAN MARBLE. •
This evening, May 4,1E43, will be pili4iettll
PAUL PRY: .Y
Paul Pry Mr. Latham
THE VERNION TEM.
Deuteronomy Deotifut, Mr. Marble,
To con, lude
~P AY TO MY ORDER."
Thibaut Mr. Latham. Madame Thibaut Miss Matto..
For songs &c see hills
The Dram of the DESERTED VILLAGE WWI
rehen real .
Dom open at 7 o'clock, Perfurmanco to coos.
ounce at hallpaFt 7
Lower Bogen, eeta4l second Tier, 37i ,capte
t'itt, 25 " Gallery. • 12i cents
et tt ttion Salem
'lO CITY AN U COUN CItY AthRGHANTS.
Extensive sate of Dry Goods on Friday mornia; ocri
10i.'at . lock,
25 Ita'es Brown Sheeting,
6 cases Prtnts, ncsorted patterns,
75 pieces Mack, !line, olive. levis, green Bro GtatiNt.
The-e Cloths are or n very superior quality, and Motet
from the importer at New York.
40 pieces Cassinetts assorted, blue, Mark and steel VIII.
rd, Tickings, Table cloths, Itittiands, and a g.eat twiggy
01 other goods.
S. FRIThrESTOCII 4'
may 4 Auctioneers. curner of sth 4. WOO 4 at.
PORTRAIT OF GEN. JACKSON.
Lost one Taken.
A FINE Likeness of General ANDREW 'ampere. 01-
7,r:teed on steel, by M. J. Danforth. of New Test.
in now for st's in thin ens , . The 1. - Mowing eertilGlis
frot h some of the m ,nt di-tiami shed men in thevoostiry
in a snflicient guarantee for the excellence of t6b per-
The following is by theec Sceretwir of tk•Altay.
tuna rir sairri time tit daily habit or cella- .
ver4iiig with General Jaekiinti, and becoming critically
(atnifiar with the (cat u ce nr hii face, the expression or •
41,, countenance, the air of his person and his es al attl.
tilde w hife gittni!, f have, ri hugitittioa in itayittr lttat
the. likeness Just Taken lie Mr. liodge Is beyond all Co.
parinon superior to any of the vet y many I have had I.
eupvtunitvni and gives a perfect reniesentatioa
of Gene at at Mi. , ;hue.
April 1113-13..' J. K. PAIILDING.
By tke Jr Pre.vids4t, Val Ogres.
I ini4t rutty elnenr in the preeebill deseriplkkit oft•.
Mr Age's I i nes/ oF Gel JaCliS.3ll
To M* low( W. DODGE
9ill:-1Ve have c.trefully etamineJ the likenesv of
("len Jack-ion Whir.;. you have r !cent ly completed, and.
pro ionsee it, vett h ist he , •ta ion. superior beyond ittl
comparison to any ever taken nr.lie venerable Chiellautil
Si this is the /art he wilt ever sit for, the engraving
it the standard li , :exees of tde °exerts!, mu^ be
valuable. Very respectfully,
JAMES' DUNI AN %N,
W I LLI -IM 4 R. ICING,
J C. CALHOUN, 1 Members
A V. BROWN,
CAVE JOH N -;ON. -of
ROBT. L cAßoniErtg,
WM W. GWIN, I Congress,
THOM AS W. GI LMER,
F. %V. PICKENS,
BAltx or Pirraaryaos. /If
May 2. 1343.
The President and Directors of this Bank haie tido
day declared a dividend of three per cent on the eettl•
fleates of the capitat stock for the laid ale month.; pop.,
able, to stockholders al their 16;41 renrescnutives Olt fbr '
after the 12t It Inst. JOHN SNYDER,.
may 4—td Caahtei.t!
Pinsloofah, May 2, 1843. 5 .
The Directors have this tiny declare. a dividend Of
tkr es per out or the profits or the lt-t six months.
payable to stockholders on and after the )2th inst.
may 3—id M. HOWE, Cashier.'
M Incruststo AND litastoa•ciritatts . Bauxf
Pi ttsburgh, May 2, 1843. '•
The Directors of this Ea t.h have this day dretarrd
dividend or three rer ernx , ,cut ol tie profits of*
last six months, payallltt on or niter the 10th.
inn: 3 W. H. DENNY; entfilet.,
200 PIG S LEAD now landing from ssesokbood
Ashland on co nsignmenl and for sale by
may S-31. A ttEELEN,
T"Eparinership heretotore e x isting - between J.
Spencer and W. Jackson, ix this day illsisolved.
mutual content- All persons ;r:debled lo,lttedste- grip
are requested to wile with J Sorriest, sad all baviat
claims will present them as above. J. SPENCER,
may 2-3 t J, J ACKSON .
WM. ELDER, Attorney at Law:Office M
st reel, eLcond door above the corner of fimithfleld
IRAVI'. on hand a lane and welt assorted stork a
UP BOLSTER VAVAR E. sot able for the sprint lid -
summer husineat, and am prepared at short notice t6fitt
all orders entrusted to me. My stock is entirety nee"
made of the best materials. will be sold at price* tOseit
the limes. Merchants will find me well prepared
their orders on the best ternia, for any description oaf,.
Milsiery 2oods Lir their customers; and the citizens
Ind any article 1 , 1 toy line, will he promptly seised, sad
their favors thankfully received.
WM. NOBLE. Oholsteret.
No. 4 Wood st , Pearthc char.
10 TIERCES RICE.
10 Roxes Loaf Sugar: •
5 WU. Crushed do.; Just received and roe *l.
HAILMAN, JENNINGS A. Co.
20 BOXES Busse! and Robe rtion'a No. 5 LUMP TO
20 Boxes a,corted do.
Alst received, together with a general assortment
every thing In the Grocery line, and for sale oa the !moil
II A 11.1 1 ,1 AN, JENNINGS 4. Co.
43 Wood at.
163 KEGS NORTH CAROLINA TAR, on eons*.
menrAnd for +e3 low for cob.
II Al LAI.% NdENIYINCO At Ca.
50 HALF ones - rs youtqc fiTSON TEA.
60 Boxes Imperial and Cunpowd,r;Jrgt TOIIIOIOII4
and Corral, taw for rapt'.
HAILMA:sI,JENNINHA ♦ Co,
43 Wood IC,
IoRims. A Li? m
2 Carious in4l.o‘
2 Caste Middre:juAt mitred aid ti . .‘ $O4O St
A 114 MA Jr44ti citit
ar l 29
Phebe *se $
IC VAN BUQES.