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&If 10•10.11.WEVC3 thS.E.I.
APRIL 26, 1843
Prof. Mina n. — . lbis distinguished gentleman,
who is now delivering a course of lectures before
.the Wirt Institute, delivered his introductory lec..
trite' on Monday evening to a perfectly crowded
house. Ile lectured again last night, it being the
first of his regular course. All who have heard
bin first lectures seem delighted with him.
Another Buckshot Wor
Mr. Henry Halderman of Lancaster coun.
tY, has given notice that if the State will
no, receive its taxes from him in State
Scrip, be will resist the tax collector, an 1
he dares the commonwealth to attempt to
enforce payment in any other manner than
the one suggested by him. He memorial
ized the legislature on the subject, and he
intends, if ever he should be forced to o
pen hostility, to use the memorial and his
meceudy published letter in justification of
his conduct. The Pennsylvanian states
that he alleges that in consequence of a
delay at the Auditor General's office iu
making out his ceitificates of atock,he was
prevented from ohtaiuing a payment of 20
per cent. when that amount was paid on
the claims of other creditors of like char.
It may be that he has suffered some
wrong, but hia letter is not of the most
.. Msttxsing character as coming from a citi•
see of a country enjoying a popular gov,.
eminent, and which it is to be presumed
will redress glievances when duly made
known and considered, although it can
never be expected in any government that
all its agents will at all times act upright
Mr. Halderrnan is well known as a man
of great wealth.
The Lancaster Union and Sentinel, an
Anti-masonic paper, accompanies the let
ter,-with the observation that it vi ill in all
probability induce other creditors of the
*tide to adept the same course as determi
wed upon by Mr. Haldermati. "It may
also suggest the idea to those overburthen •
ti with taxation to pursue a similar
cottre." These intimations are in a Ppint
and taste no more commendable than exhi
bited in the letter itself.
- Anton Batchelder, who, in a fit of delirium
immune, teat fall, murdered his wife with an axe.
an Providence has been found guilty, and reenm.
mended to mercy. Why? Insanity, we aup
Gammon—The account of the robbery on the
*railroad near Havanna . It was .got un' by the
little Mobile Herald. Naughty boy!
Commodore Moore, with the Texan squadron,
hoe gone to yea. There will he some nice work
tin the gulf—perhaps.
The Bank of Illinois has commened the pay
.inent orepoeio on its notes, at the rate of 2u cents
Upwards - of $.200,t 00 in specie arrived at Ncw
-Orleans on the 11th inst.
The Italian opera is making a great sensation
Ti a N, ;‘ , O i lc a n & When is it coming here.
U S ship Fairfield was at Marvellles, March
The Court Martial at Furl II:11'1'41ton hap ad
awned till next week.
Dabney, the Virginia bank defaulter, has been
A snag struck "ono of the Hudeon river b Ate
'lately, but did no other damage thin knocking
vUto iirlaiskere off a dandy.
Tin San Autoato
A man who shipped on board this vcs
awl as a sailor, at N.Orleatis, last SUR - 17110r,
is now in Boston, who escaped from it oti
.account of inhuman treatment, 4- who says
•that while on board ho heard the officers
•apeak of the capacity of the ship to be•
come a pirate, and the chance afilirded by
'that life of obtaining speedy fortunes.—
They were indignant of the Government
not affording them money and supplies;
that the crew knew nothing of the disaf
fection of the officers while he was on
:board; and that the Captain at one time
-said if he were a pirate h • would blow all
OntoAkton3s before he would be taken.—
•What gives the story a degree of autheo
.deity, was the knowledge of it in Bos•
*on, long before the San Anti nib was
:The lad way to raise a Fight.— Yester.
Asy a loafer, who wanted a little bodily
,exescise, stationed himself in the middle
ail:the street. (corner of sth and Wood) and
(here stood as firm as granite, until a dray
- sman unavoidably touched him. He imme.
i pot diately terra up is the most indignant
manner, and demanded satisfaction in the
way cif a fisticuff, (the stones being all fast
io the-street) but when the drayman show.
ed signs of fight, he mizzled off in as easy
a. anoae •as the exigency of the ease would
Greet file bmke out on the
Newburn N. C., which des
troyed about one knocked buildings. It
,originated in a sawmill.
*Pat,latkefdlits is centsreee nit deaf and dumb?'
'Certainly not, sunny: but why ask that question?
' s ewage they keep making so many mations '
Tue.day, the 25th iost., a fter a pro.
'meted MS& 11•NE/01 FORRESTER, Vo ire or
L H. Forrester. Eli., in the 23th year of her
The friends of the deceased are respectfully ins
ailed to attend the funeral from her late rebidence
st.eet. near Smithseld ,at 3 o,eleek this
E. H. 'least-lags,
11)114.CORDI NG REGULATOR and Sonr.lor. Office
Allis 4th tarett.'nest door to the Rank of Pittsburgh.
1141 Z 4
To- the FarnterF, Mechanics, and. Workingmen
lof Allegheny Co.---The Cormadies by you appoint
ed in public meeting, in the tie• . v Court House on the
Bth day of last month, with instructions to prepare
measures fur future action, respectfully entreat you
to assent` 3 le in your respective townships of the Co
'and wards of the Cities, on Saturday 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 mai
ures us will hereafter secure an organized and wel
directed action of the wealth producing interest.
The newspapers published in this city and in Al.
egheny are requested to give this notice puLlicity iu
heir columns. JOHN FERItAL.
up 19 Chairman.
Tilos. 11. STOCKTON,EDITOEL
Willi the January number commenced the
of this truly valuable publication. p is devoted to the ad.
vancement of all Christian Interesta, and Is the organ of
no party or sect. The plan of the vvork contemn:Ales or
iglnal 4- independent es - positions of the religion of Christ
as found in the Bible. Original sketcnes of all churches
and benevolent Ins. Buttons, each represented by author
By of lie own Original Reviews, Pottry, and General
Intelligenee. It has a choice circle of correspondents,
native and foreign, of nil ecclesiastical connections and
an I . SICOPiVC selection of the most valuable rublicallons,
both native and foreign. The names of forty
contributors, half of I hem ministers of the gris t le!, repre
senting.eleven Christian denominations. have already
appeared In its contains; and in its present improvtd
style of f mhlivatiou its popularity is .ritEdly increasing,
It is published monthly, each No, containing 24 octavo
pager, beautifully embellished with a series of s:tartaiti's
twin!, Mezzoti nts illustrative of scents in the life of our
Payton . , at the, reduced price of One Dollar a year, Piz
copies for 85. Published by Drew 4' Schemmell, 67
N ;id st.
Persons wishing to subscribe direct, nre Informed that
one of the publishers can be found et Perford's during
the v.cek. Any person obtaining Gvn subscribers to the
wurk sball receive a sixth ropy gratis, or a copy of
the engraved likeness of the editor. Missiog tins. of fur
tner volumes supplied gratis by uppl) log as above,
ap 24-2 w.
JUSTRECEIVED A stool retnil rt,sorttecut of Dry
Goods. Carpet Chain. Hardware, Spade;, (jeep, Flay
and Dung Forks, Cotree Brulthea, Conper'e Ware,
etc., for sale low for cash or approved exchange to suit
13,Y. order of the Orphan;' Court of Alleghouy COLIII
•ornftlium Darragh appointed an Auditor to nada the
account of Philip edieplor and Peter Sheplrr, Guardians
of Was hiodton Flowers and Eli:Alm:Eh Flowers. minor
children of Thomas Flour erg. elereaced:
Notice is hereby given that the nmil,or will proceed
to audit this account at the office nf hialion,and Wash•
ington. in flakeweirs Buildings in the city of Pittsburgh
on Tuesday the 23d day of May.ll33.at 3 o'eiock p.m.
an 23-31 CORNELIUS DAURACH.
r4r-nneratartsx—All peraone who may he affected
with Rheumatism. Gout, Concentrated cords or Limbs,
can find a sure and effectual remedy. by using Hewes'
Xeres and Bone Lioieseot and Indian Elixer Hundreds
in thin city and vicinity. who hate. been laboring for
years under the pains a hit's! dreadful complaints. and
have been under the hands of the moat skillful nnotnrs
without receiving any benefit, have tried it, and eeen
cured by the UPC of only one halt le or e nd, ortb, a h oy ,.
The genuine can he procured only nt TUTTLE'S. b 6
Fourth street, Pittsburgh. op .10
UST RECEIVED, n ifirge FllppiY of lir Sweyne's
ral Syrup of WWI Cherry,aad for saln wholesale, and
retail by WM. 111011 N.
op 21. No 53, Market at.
4IIIIBS. Baton Barns,
24 Bags Feathers.
10 barrels Sugar Moose Molasses,
On eonsigninent, landing rrorn,Stearner A Irv, and (or
sale on liberaliiertus,hy HA ILMA N JENNINGS 4- Co..
ap 20 43 Wood wee
NEW YORK DYER.
rhSEE !limes. would respectfully inform his friends
Ni...jund the pubile fn g. oeral,that he dice Ladles' dresses,
Habits and Mantels of r very description, black—and
warrants Item not to smut, and to look equal to usu.
goods. He dyes (rine) , colJrs of nil deseript inns on silk
and enrpet yarn. Also, cleans and restores the colors
of gentlemen's clothing. w, ns to resemble new good.,
Mr. If. flatters hirnstlf thrt ht. ran rderine Ike public,
ee h e b e , d o me an t sien i tlire business in New York fu r
went y years. All work done On moderate terii,e at his
establishment In Silt st,l-etweeti %Vood and
attic f ha Theatre.
`ST 'Phi? is to coolly that HIMETi htu
done work for us, has fully answr red our
expectations, and we consider him u competer:t
Hemphill, WM. Barns. J. B. Shurtleff,
Da•id Hall, B. F. Mann, David Imes, Joot,,h
French, jr., Andrew Furdy, W. B. Boles, W i n.
Porter, H H. Smith. Henry Javens, A. Sltookr!y,
Jr , J.1801)11 Vera, Gr- , .rere Barnes . rip 20. h.
FASHIONABLE BOOT MAKING.
PERRY tnkcs this method of informin g the hnldir
LP in r enerni tbat he continues to Carry on the
above Inv er ness In the MONO:MAMMA florsx UMI.PINOS,
No 1 Water et reel, where, with strict personal attention
he hopes to please all who will fnvor him wi h their pa.
tumor." From his Inn : experience in the he
flatters himpelithal his work cannot inc excelled ill neat
nes; end durability, nt least west of the Mountains ; but
it Iv to boast —a fair trial to the beet evidence.
To soil the times he fonournctures Boots nt varloun pri.
coo; from ns low es flee dollars up to his best g amily,
which he afford. , ntseven dollars per pair. ap2 o 3p,
plf F/El,ll tins removed his trarlite F.'n klish
ment to Wood et. opposite Felines' ork's D. tr 2
Store, where he wilt keep constantly On hand 'Tomb
Stone,. Monuments elf_ ap 19—Iyr
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER OFFER.
ED BEFORE. AT TUE
IRON CITY CLOTHING STORE,
No. 132 Liberty street.
a tuition of all persoes who wish to pur
-1 chnt , e genteel, fasnionahle nod first rate clothing, et
lower prices than f ver before otTernii in thi s riiy, is
trilled to the extensive stork of Heady Made Clothing
now preparing ar.d for 9nle by W. J. DAVITT, at the
frog City Clothing Store, No 132 Liberty street, near
His SIOCk is composed of English ,French, German and
alnierlean nianufactuird Goods, bought for cash and
mane into garments dur ingthe pression In hnsirtess.aind
minsegoently can be POid at the very lowest prices, It
is only necessary for the [white to call and examine for
themselves to he assured that Mich bargains were never
before offered, and that by pureasing at this house in
preference to going elsewhere ,Ithey will realize a great
saving in their expenditures for clothing.
As n"lire artlrlen in lila store are new and mono
facture,' from fresh Goods, purchases may rely on get.
tln fir " " le " 11 ' 1 " astell aM lintirre dented bargains.
Confident that no rival establishment ran oiler super
ior inducements to purchasers, he respectfully solicits a
share of public patronage, and pledges himself that every
promise made is his advertisement will be faithfully IP.
deemed. W.V. J. DAVITT
alt 19— St Agent.
YAWL FOR SALE.—A ni.w Clinker built Yawl
LMcN aughten's build) for Fate low for cob. A p
ply to iiIRMINGHAM ¢ Co.
ap 18• No 60 Water a.
JiDMINISTR.BTOW S NOTICE.
ALL persona indebted to the civet*. ololiver P. Blair
hue of the city of Pittellurgh.deceased, are hereby
notitled to make payment to the undersigned admintstra
for and all having claims against said estate are reques
ted to present their accounts properly authenticated for
F REVI FLOUR.-96 htdd just received for sale low
for r 3 -611.
II kILMAN,JENNINGS 4- CO.
ap 24. 43 Wood si.
..= =w Pa FOR CINCINNATI.
riviE fast running passenger steamer SIVIFTSURE.
Rohlnson tnastel, will depart for the above and in
terntediate ports this morning. Monday, April 24, nt 10
o'clock. Phis best, to add to the safely of passrneers
has just been furnished with a nese set of Boilers, and is
also provided wit:l Evans' Safety Guard, ror freight or
paasagi;, apply on board or to BIRMINGHAM 4. Co l
• Water rtr
leuc IlAaras, .92ant and
Coat Met't, Nn 9. sth t.t.
JOIIN W. MAI R,
A dminisi rator
BANK Pi arm AND =VII A NOR LAST
OKRICTID DAILY, CV ALLYN swum. raccuaiveit fSC [Kt
Rank of Pittsburgh. Par
March. 4. Man. bk. par
Exchange bank, par
Bk. of Gerrnantowt
Lancaster bank, (Es
Sauk of Chester Co.
Farmers' bk Bucks CO
Bk N A Morita ••
Bk or Northern LibettleN,"
Commercial l k. of Pa.
Far. 4f Mechanics bk
Bk. of Pennsylvania, 1
Rk of Penn T. pat
Man. 4. Mecbantes bk par
Methanles bk. par
Moyamensing bk. 3
Girard bn..k, 45
U. Stales mi l k, 50
Lumhertnens', Warren, --
Frank. lik Washlegton, par
Miners bk of Poitsvilt. 5
Ok of Menttremery Co. par
Mon. bk Brownsville,
Erie Bank, 5
flarrisburgh bank. 4
Far. bk Lancaster, 1
14k of Mtddletown, 4
ilk. of Chambereburgh, 4
Carlisle bank, 4
flit of Northumberland, 5
Columbia bk 4. Bridget°.
Ilk 6119quohnnnn Co, 15!
Ilkar Delaware Co. par
Lebanon hk. 4
Get tyeburch bk. 4
York bank, 4
Far.¢ provere bk. of
•• •• Currency notes. 5
PittsWO) Sotto I ,l rrip
Country do do
tierks Co. hang,
Far. 4. Mech. bk of Sten
tH , Ti vine,
Belmont bit or St. Clain'.
Martetta bt. Demand
onto , .
do Currency mom It
Columbiana IA New LIR
bon Dann nd, 11
do Poet notes.
Cincinnati specie pay•
I ng hankli f
tdech. ¢ Trines Mc of
Clinton hk of Cniurnhca,
Circleville, (H. Lawrence
Caoti ie I}
Zanesville '4. 1
FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
TO BE LET
Al-IRGE nod well furnished Dwelling House sotto
e fora hoarding house, tont aining eleven comfort •
utde . roonis, with kitchen on th e fi rst floor, with wash
house kc. Mutated in the most loisiness part of the city.
[lt nod, 1 , e154 een 3I nod 4111 Pt recto.] Rent low.
Al.o, the etore room No 56 attached to the fibOVO
which rfln le rented with the dwelling or Se
Lot of Ono of Ohi o pi g f rom ( o f sole low
Enquire or J P. ST UA
op 17. No 5(.; rf'ood at
FUR REXT.--A roinfortanle new Arica dwell-
Ina houle, situate In Coal Lone near 7th greet
For teriu4, which will he rno.ternte.epply to
tee SO--tt. Three Ills (hors Librfty at.
3,1 et"ry of the building occupied hp R. A.
JL Itun6mnit pn Auction store--herviiitore known
od -Nesmith's Loot! Room.' cooler of Wood and sth
loci:111re of It. morrow, sth Intl 23.
y (lir+ Ft ;it LE.— Four Tot.o In Mnfirbe.ter. tint
41 a (mirth Byre.. of Laid i.n llolmes' 11111. Lot
nos. 4L 42.2 ;1 IN, lt;2 11;4 in C,:ok's pint
of LoIA, on Ilolnlv•+ 11111 Mail. Lots urn' :21,3 Find '27, if
Cook's an of Lots on Ittgh street, near the new tour
110uan. For teromnriply to Z. W. REMINGTON
it Bt. ENJ • Ir.
-VD tinqAt.l64;or, earn on tho 1.1 of Ariel! ne2t;
L brisk hone.: on tin. i•nnk "foe Ailenheniy river.
two etitries high, 4 coinfortnti!o roorne, !teen ier. cehar and
lON-rain. II ioesirgoily JOB/ Ott! Pick the
city line, iv iii, a fin I vit.tv of 1 he city of Allegheny, and
:chitin 20 ininti!e,' waft of the heart of the city —rcur
very low. JAMES BLAKELY,
nine 13 Agent,SthlVn
ONE brick *livening house, containing n Inr:c
E . hall, two parlours, 4 rooms up st=are, with fin.
'VI fatted garret, dining room nrul kitchen, with car.
riage unnse, kr. Timis noose is pleasantly located with
yard In front and rear, on the canal batik, corner of
Chesnut street, leading' to upper brid=e, now in thane.
ritpalicy Mr. McClurg. rent to on it the times— EnqUire
111 Dr. Whittaker, A tiestipmmy Cite. mar 11,
4XI) CO • Mmivbester Nurrery,
offers an extensive nsgortment of Fruit and Shad•
Tress, Shrubbery Plants. at their Nur,ery. or their
Float inn flreenhousc. foot of Market street. The public
19 re+peCifii:ly'invlted to examine the collection while they
remain their for a few days. no 17--d3tw3t
11 1 / 1 E public are cautioned against receiving n note
for Iwo hundred dollars, payable four mont ;Is after
date at the F.1d1a112.0 Bank, drown March 6. 1343. by
George G , 1(13111. :111(1 endorsed by flays. The above
note whit several other papers Were abMraetetl from
the trunk of the subscriber iu 011611110 i on the lot inst.
ati 81. 1843-31 WM It. HAYS.
1 - 3,1.0P05A LS wi I he received until the 12th of May
. 1. 1843—for furnish inn and delivering by eeetine.
may he directed, into line of - dams:
From 15,000 10 20 OW tons of rough strine,at White's
Ripple and ths 'Trap, 12 mitres beiore Pi itaereh
Fro.n 20 000 to 30,000 tons rough stone. at the livo
and foot of Blunnerhassetg Island, near Pa rkerbh tug
From 5,000 1010 0110 tons of rough storm, at hbnd o
Buffington's Islnntl.2l4 rialtos below Pittsburgh.
For irsiisporiing and delivering by casting, rw may
he directed into line (titian's:
AlI the stone quarried and now lying nt the quarry
(on the left shore of the river, a nom opointite to ttio mid
dle ()film Island.) into the darn at the head of Brown's
Island, 7 miles nhove Steuheitville Ohio.
All the stone quarried and now lying at the quarry 'on
the rteht shore of the river,) 11110 lineof dam nt head of
Mlilnon Island . 3 miles helow Sletthe ovine.
All the stone quarried and lying at the quarry— on the
right shore—into dam at bead of Caption Island, 18
miles helot Wheeling Va., and for (parrying and deity.
ering such additicnal quantity as may lie wanted to
complete same dam.
The quarries in all ca.es are but a short disintice from
line of dams.
Noposa , v must be accompanied with PM lieractory
refeimires. Addres. Cnpt John Sanders, Corpa of in
sineets, Piitsintrah Pa.
Office Ohio River Improvements,
Pittsburgh, ••A prii 1l .1843.
.Ativocnto and Gazette, rittstinrgli; Wheeling Time
and Arvi.i, Wheeling; Union and Herald, Slonhenville
papers at Marietta and Parkersburg. will copy till 121
of May. and charac thin office. ap 13.
A CONVENIENT three story brick dwellinff house
Pl_ situate on ROBl3 street near Fourth• !lent $125.
apr 10. Apply to JAMES MAY.
FOR sale on accommodating terms
1001dils good Louisville Lime. 300 doz. all sizes
window Sash. 100 boxes all sizes window G lass, 30 - reams
wrapping. letter and writing Paper; 411 doz corn brooms
and wisps, 500 pieties paper hangings and borders a, suit.
for cash m approved haste, to suit con-knees
.agt and mom Mertilt, No 8. Firih at
5 wears old copper distilled Rfooon*iela
410 Rye Wlikdcey on consignment, and for sate by
J. W. StritBRIDG Er.
Water between Wood and t,tuttb'd.
Poet notes, 1*
Fran. IA Colaruhrw, 11
Coru.bk. Lake Erie, 30
Far. bk: of Canton, 45
State hk.¢ Oroaclita n
liate Scrip, 36
State Mc Branchea, 60
Shri wneetown, 70
Hank of Virginia,
Far. bk. of Virginia,
N. Won. hank
Mer. kalec. do.
DEL 9 WARE
All Banks, par and I
(Rarely fund.) a I
Red Bark, I to I
Boston Banks, ta_r
LOUP] A NA
Orlen n 9 !Inn ks.. cnotl
111 S. COLUMBIA
Good Ranks, 20
All Banks, 4
Bk. of Bt. Clair, 10
no. do. J it 11. BroltEt 2
Good hankx, Rto 1(
Cleveland, 1 dip
I GOLD AND im.ve.R. par
AT. Cornrr of Wood 4 , Fifth Sta.
Tun proprietois of the Moan IMO POST and 61 ZUCCRT
Mmtorscrressa respectfufly inform their friends
end the pnironsor those papers, that they hare a large
and well ehosen assortment of
AnT) 02'31M2.W.iteD-RISEE33 ( 2
Neeeranry to a Job rrintlag Office, and that they are prt
pared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Dille of Lading, rreularg,
I 111 Head', Cardg,
• Ennok Cheeks. flat Tips.
au ttfttbs of Btantts,
Stage, Steamboat, wed Carta/ Boat Bills, with appro.
p Halo Cute,
Printed on the @hottest notice and moot reaeonable terms.
We respectfully nett the patronage of our friends and
he public to general In ihio branch of our busier:lv.
Pittobnrgh. Sept, 39. 1842. PII I LLI PS 4- SMITH.
fIiII4IIEL M. CURRY, Attorney at Law. Of
rice on s.ih st twtween Wi'iod nod Smithfield. op t.
WARD & HUNT, Doxitists Liberty street, n
few doors hulow epr 6 11134.
23 1,14 s do. do
10 Sticks dsksdPeuehrs.
41 Seelig Feathers. just Keels,' per steamboats
West Point and ❑arleburch,end for pale eery too for cash
43 wood at.
Travelers should select Boats provided with Frans'
Safety Guards, for preventiag Ezplosioa of Steam
IT would be well (or the traveling community to boat
to mind that their security depends entirely upon
their own encouragement of boats that have or may be
at the expense of procuring the above apparatus.
that every Individual making ouch selee inn is rontrihu.
tins towards a general introduction of an invention ad•
milted by all men who undetet rind the principles of the
Steam Engine, to be a sure preventative against those
dreadful disasters You have ce• lately, in the hundirdi
of explosions that have already taken place, their almost
daily occurrence, and the thousands of lire* that have
already been lost, a Euffiri,mt warning. and inducement
to make inquiry for a Safety guard Boat, and in every
ease to give It the preference. They have went to an
additional expense that your lives may be secure Oneitt
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree of iittelatily, end by your prefereure show that
vim enpreclate their laudable endeavors to Plop thin nye
ful enrii6c.3 of Mimeo life. They do not charge more
tban otlict !.oats - , their accommodations in other respects
are, quql. and in many eases superior; and se there is
one TeZlFilig Pittpliurgii every day, why will you Ton
arty risk. When it is so comiletely In your own power
to avoid titre disasters.
All boat, marked thus lel in the List of Arrivals and
Departures, in another part of this paper, are supplied
with the Safety Goer
List of Boats priv , ided with the Safety Girard.
A o IN ES, AN,
AM ARANTIL :MARIETTA.
BRILLIANT, M A (ICE I'T'.
BREAK Al ER muN(:O PARK.
CFA lAA, MONTGo MEY
CANTON, NO:, - Tll PEND,
CADDO, - NARAGANSETT.
DUKE or Mt LEANS, NIAG AR:,
FxpßEss MALI , oRrtuAN BOY,
FOR !VIOSA. in:LEANS,
FORT PITT, PENELO['E,
GALENA. Q('EEN of the SOUTH,
3. H. BILLS, RoWINA,
3 EWESS. RARITAN,
IDA, SARAH ANN,
1 N DJAN QUEEN, S A i: A 7 ()GA.,
LADY oF LYONS, TALLEYRAND,
NV EsT NV i7' D ASHLAND,
BADGEWATER, Mls'soUßl MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWri HICKMAN, EMMA,
GENE. BROOK, TOBACCO PLANT.
J:1 Mrs ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BIZ UN ETTE, COLUMBIA NA.
A, new and moth 1111prO7Pli form of Munk Lenses, for
snlc at the office of the “Morning rout."
itt......4ll ltegular Mllorning Packet
The fast running and well known
'''S t Sicanier
Lon.ar iluarniu„ Magill., will depart daily from ['MA.
lough at 9 o'clock. A. M„ and Beaver at I o'clock P. M
For frilgln or iralsage, apply on horird, or to
BIRMINGHAM & CO.
No GU NVater Rtrect.
N. 11.—The rest lar canal packet to Cleveland, Ohio
Greenville and kleadvilic Pa ; and Rasaillon on the
Ohio Canal, connact4ig with strainer Cleveland at Ilea
vermin he in operation Immediately on opening of nay-
Atoll, war 16—tr.
PO % ELL'S BALS AM OF ANNISEED—
A preparation made in England, and used through
out the whole eastern part of the United States,
for the speedy and certain cure of Coughs, Co!ds
Asthma, &c., it sands unrivalled, the price be
ing only 25 cents per bottle, piaci*, it within the
means of any one wanting medicine for those
diseeses. The taste is so pleasant that children
cry for it, after once tasting it, and mothers of
families should keep it in the house, as it is en
excellent article for. the care of the %Vhooping
Cough. To bo had only at Terma's 86 Fourth.
JOHN KENNEDY & CO
VIAVE commenced the manufacture of BRVSIIII, at
JUL No fiat Wood streei,netir Fourth' Pittatairgli, where
they will manufacture and have constantly On hand, ev•
ery dereript ion of fancy and common Blushes, commis
in Bair, Cloth. ?bth, Nall. tooth, Shaving. Paint, Var
nish,Sash-tool, Sweeping, Dusting, Whitewash. Scrub—
bing Horse. flatters, Tanner and Carriers, Brick point
tug, Artists pencils c.
fit addition to the shove, they will keep a general
sort teen tof variety goods; such as Combs of every d
eripilon hooks and eyes. pine, thread , tapes, Bonn
wires a nd canes, quills, fine soaps. shaving apparstn,
pen kni yes and rcissora, fishing rods, line?, hooks, flies
reels. silk gut, 4c; shoe thread, shoe pegs, sparrables
and shoe findings generally.
The above goods have all been purchased In the
F.astern cities within the Jail month for cash, which
with our own manufactured articles, we are prepared
to sell whotesaleand retail on as Mb rat terms as acy
house In the city.
Merchants front the country and the citizens generally
wanting anything In the above line of business, are res.
pectfuliy invited to call and ezau.lue oar Air It before
purchasing elsewhere . ' ‘4s.!apifi
Arund Cep Mneut..r. tarer. 143 Liberty at. between
Market and limb. ail 10— Cm.
1 - I.EMOVAL.
. removed his office to No 63A ::, bURBOR.AW. ATTORNEY AT L itVI: !mitre.
Fifth street, he
tweet, Wood and Smithfield etc ,neXt (MOT to Alderman
Birmingham dk. Co.,
AG'TS STEAMER CLEVELAND,
And Clevelan Line.
J. W. Thicbridge di. Co.
ACENTS for the safe oT Beatty's l'owtlor. Water
between Wood and Smithfield.
March 30. 1843.
FORa term of years. Two building! lOU on the hank
of the Allegheny river. adjoining the tray line.
Apply at she ilOl/ft Agency, Pcnn meet, 5111 Word,
mar 2. JAMES BLAKELY,
ICALEB etAton—Vor Ernie lot? 1.7
hal mnr 23• JAMES MAY,
1000 BMA. Superfine Irn nr. In Flora and fur
se-le by I. W . B,IIIIIRIDGE 4.• Co.
np In , Water M., between Wood and Smithfield
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUE, vt♦ NATIONAL
ROAD AND BALTIMORE •nD OHIO RAIL ROAD
~ .-.,-,f •
1--"a•:!=rr.`_,,...,.;, -, 1 -T•: 71 .•4 --A: :i.
i 4 ! , :... V•s'ff '4:: • .-. • : -
_ . .....-- r• , - ,
NE Fr line of U. 6. Mail Conches for Washington City,
Baltimore, Phi:adelphia and New York.
Thie line le in mil operation and leaves Pittsburgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. M., .1u Washington Pa. anti national
road to Cumberland, connecting :hate with the rail road
Co'a. to all the above places: Travellers will find this
a Wetly and comfortable route, It being n Reiterate esti
distinct Pittebutgh and rurnhertand ❑no, facilities will he
afforded which havo not been heretofore enjoyed. Es•
tilt conchal furaiehott nt the shortest notice, who the
privilege of going through direct, or taking one night's
mat et their option.
For ticketo , nPP'Y fit our office at theglonooret ela
L. W. BTOURTON•
Pre.tdent of N. R. Stage Co.
R. 111. DA. WSON.
Alautifacturer of Tin. Copper and Shed
Nn 61 Liberty, between Motkot and 6th affects
WOULD respectfully Inform the eltisene of Plus
burgh. and The oolitic In general that be eentlnger
mean y on the nboire boldness in all Its varion g branelieg
et the ols owe stand; where be will eldraya keep a gener
nl mmortment of alt &riffles in his line, all of which
will he made in the same manner and of good untwists,
rind will be disposed of on the most moderato sad at
Country ederenantp and other deniers will And It to
the4idvantnee to call and ezattthin tan stock before par.
Stentnhontn, flotteen and eo•ticren roofed with copper,
ainezlJe. lend and Iron on thn ultortemt notice; Garters
and Condneturamade and put up with deepntch a•
Standart, Luraham dc. Co.
FOR WARDING AND COX. -MERCHANTS.
AG ENTS for the MerchnntaTtanspartation company
(Inn pond of the Merchants Line, Erie Canal.
Hunter, PnIMPT Cn'e. Line of Steam Dostss-Pane
vela on the Lakes.
Ckveland Line Ponnertvnnin and Ohio Canal.
Prontletors of the Pdtrehnnie Line Ohio Cann!.
WILTON 4- Exp-a-ovrti. N 0.9, roent'et Stitt, N Y
R. iIIINTEIA Aihnny.
one Crum Boston.
firsvett. PALMER. Co. Tittfrnto.
M.T. WILLIAMS 4. Dow, Cinveinnd.
;ins Jona M. ALUM. do.
CTIAMIAS M. Glom's, do:
J. S. DICRAY, Denver.
Distattnorwt 4- Co.; Pittsburgh
op 1 11143-Ip.
ICOR. DANIEL Mc.l f EXIL, Offiee on Fifth marie
hot weim Hood and Smithfield Weals, Pitialmeah.
100 BUSIIF.LS Dried Perietiee.
Fur shie low by JAMEIi VAT
11. B. INCKAT. ALEX. V. TOOMPIIOII
1 &cit4l.7& 1 2110141.1" SON.
/ GENERAL AGENTS and CominiPrinn Meretient•-
ST. LOUIS, Xi%
Me re. Tnrbett, Rover 4-
Itirnm ' en- Pittsborg.
•• W. 11. Campbell 4. Co.
Cope.Todhunter• Co. i 11 1 ,1 ) ,
o Woods, Yeatu-inn Co l St Louie.
o Woods, Chri.dy Co,
6f. nnr.s. PLAN CATION MOLARAREI, received
) per Summers Little Ben and Fulton, and for
A NEAT convolent Cottage guilt Creme haoim,elto•
Li- ale a short ilisiance below the canal In Allegheny
city Eimeire of /AIMS MAY.
FgATRETIS-7 Barks Fealhers just received and to
sale low, by
HAILMAN, JENNINCS 4. ro.
43 Wood et
NERVE AND BONE LINIMET, AND IN
DIAN VEGETABLE ELIXIR.—This cOmbina
lion of a local application with an internal speed
fie, woks like a charm in cases of rheumatism,
gout, contracted muscle and paralysis. Messrs.
Comstock & Co. 71 Maiden Lane. have in their
p , ss,ssion n ert - ifi ate fro T 1 Ethan C, Corning, n
retpec'nillit rAtizon (4,1,61 1 ,n, o n iw g th a t after
having been a bedridib n rripple for upwards of
fourteen years hewas cnablott to tit.° up and walk
by rs pol log the Linamcnt to his 31tclinken limbs,
and taking the Elixir in conformity with the tit.
!Talons. The cure a. ears to border no the mi
raculous, but attestatior.: cannot be questioned
In cases of gout and not radian of On mnscles
and ligament ofthc Linime ' and Elixir have been
equaly heneficial.—[Etpres I—Far rule only at
TISTTLE'd 8G Fourth street.
House .I , rencv.
No.o west of the Mar....t tiousp, Penn 81.
sth Ward, l'itts.burgh Pn.
fp FIE PO hseriber having fora number of years been en.
it gaged In renting ciry property, colleeting rents he,
and wishing to extend his busiiif-ss in this way. rupee.
fully offers his services to those persons owning, or who
may have charge of 1110Fle•IT an Executors!, Admlnistra
tors or Guardians. in the city or 5U193 ,1 *. and who may
Dot have leisure to attend In it fheniseives,to rent dwell.
logs, Warehouses, Farms, Lots, 4.e. Also, to collect
rents. dividends, Ground rents ke. A register is kept
where a description of all properties for rent will be en•
tered free of charge, reference Is respectfully offered to
the following gentlemen for whom the snliscrii , cr has
been agent for some years past—Mmuirs Michael Allen,
P. McCormick and James S. Craft, Esq., Pittsburgh: Jas.
Stuart. Esi European Agent, Piffled.; Mess. John Brown,
Birmingham; D. MeLenan. Cincinnati; Daniel Potter
Steubenville; Jo.eph M illar. Lawrenceville; Janie , Jones
East Liberty; Daniel Rasher, Mifflin town,Mip; Dasiel
feh 23. J 'IMES BLAKELY.
38 B LS dried n . p t el: t 7e i l: d 2. o s n i d , b r lg ar dLie , d , : e ar
HAIL MAN. JEXXINGB er CO
1 43 wood fit.
TONS Soft Pig Iron, hot blase, for pole by
roar 3.43• 3AMESMAY
1 rectprotnend R. E. 51'0°1;44a to lb. former mimes
' alb,. toaraOrn. Z.-W. 4E31 I NGI ON •
BRICKS FOR SALE. i ar in--2u ,
First rnle Allegheny Erlek.
250,000 Also, 20 000 feet clean Lumber.— I LOUR.
Apply at HOEVELER 4 Brn'a., . freak Felsriiy, Mar. For sale by
ap 25-3te Fourth at. Bead. 25 BBLB
I 1 4 4 r N.
• IAIIEB MAY.
famoaA But soar NO Jolts. —A hadyseitt ID NO
den bans for a bottle of the celebrated Nerveand Nor
Liniment, to apply to an wide that we. hart thst bode
Iv inflamed. By some stupidity the servant procured
Dalley'e Pain Extrarter, winch the lady teed rather than
to send It back, anneal knowing that It was Wended
for such C 86495.
The lady called there this day. Rare 20th. slim! Mut
the Salve of Dailey had mired her entlre/y. and Was Ora
r.hascd more. to Lae always on band la coo of any ai
It Will take oat all hnrn without pain. aid ativilie
men should keep It by them. and save the torments of
tbrjr familles. The unfeeling are pot expected tad° It.
Comstock 4 Cn., proprletors. 71 IflnSden Laic. Mew
York. and at Torrtars, 116 Fourth st., sole opal for
ritErß enrolled Minna rrteldtng within the bowiliie of the
Oral Brigade of the fifteenth Division Peonlytventa
M Min, will beet fer training nod ine'peetfott;ew fONOWb
Tim 28th regiment, by Ont. *nnaulr2Po/* Na y,
2dßattslloa, on Monday the Bth day of MoY.
2il Beata Mon oo Tneslay the 9th day or may.
24 Beenattion Allegheny enmity Volunteers Wednee.
day the lOils,etittimanded by Major John L. Hamilton'
61st Realm/int, commanded by Col. War. Dolmen's.
Brittelllon, Tharrday 11th day 01 May.
Yorke Cavalry and Parke infantry, will parade with
the 14 Battalion.
2A Banal:Ion, Friday 12th day of May.
7th Battalion Allegheny Co Volantoere g on iitrinriay
13th. commanded by Major Caw,.
Tho mon Regiment, commanded by Cot. D. MOotry.
-Ist Battalion oa Monday Lithday of may.
2:1 Battalion on Tuesday 16th day of May:
sth Battalion A/legheny co, Voliinteera, on 07ednallii/
17th day of May.
Pittsbargh Legion. commanded by Col. Troville, On
Monday 22d day of May. •
:td Battalion Allegheny co. Volunteers, Major An-
Vezn. on Montidy 22d day of May.
e Jack.on Independent Slang; Capt. flay, on god.
day 22d day of May.
T , ieTliprreluo Graye, Capt. Gel. flays, on Monday WM
gay of May.
At nth Waage as the otricere of Regiment or Butt ailbtt
147th Benterent: counnaoded by Col. FitirolitOtti
Thursday the 18th.
The Birmingham OnardP will parade with the 147th:
The 87th 'Regiment, commanded by Cot John IWett.
on Friday the 13th.
BIZIOADI3 ASPIt*OSCA OPrtCa.
"II 10th 1043.
April 1011). .
Drigaik Inepenetor.lot 11,151 h P. P. M
up i 18—dItor2ci
Farms to Lease.
THE eaderelgoed will Witte two Farms attested lb
East Deer township, with the nacceitary team:mats;
and from 75 to 100 acres cleared no each. Also, one
farm situated in West Deer towoehlp Allegheny county,,
with from 50 to 75 acres c'ea red. Tte above desert elf
property Is to reeaormb'y good repair. hiving abAll LI
miles from the ^ley of PlLtobareh, and within two mtl6,
of the Porten Canal, end whl be leasddion reasonabie
terms for from 1 to :tem+ yearn; to goad tenant*.
N, O. Buser. th is dayreceived per steamer New
8 York, and for sale by J. O. 4- A. GORD ON
dee 10 No, 12 Water
WiLLIA le C. WALL, Plain and /rangy Portrait
r and Pisistre .irrants Afanufaclitarnr,
restriA Strut Pittsburch. —Canynna ilrashen. *ruttish
e.. for A Mats, shiers on hand. Looklnz Cleanest Or
promptly framed to eider. gepalrlog dope et the eboi4.
eat endue. •
Sitttleninr lotentlon paid in rezilditig and jobbing Ofroi
Penman fitting op Steam Coats or houiles,witi find it to
belt advantage to emir. sap 10
.A.UNIES , 77OC IT 4. C.., Pnowiesors to J. B .Csith•
CO• rte. at the ola *rand corner if 5113 and Wood it*,
having complied with the recinialtiona of tbc new AUc• .
tian Law. ere prepared In walla advances on 03111100;
memo mod to Nei fo•orabie terms. They [mite Ay
epntinotrtst to make ready Palestina plotnia rotated, to
receive a fair portion of tasPlnewb
ulenettre fn recommending to the pahile. Mestere. 9otituei
Fahatiptoek 4- Co., who have compiled with the refintro
memo, oftlie new Auction Law and will do boeineint at
my old eland. 3. n. ouTti
Jr,sT RECEIVED from New York-3000 carrion dif
•the Tooth'. ,Tempereinee Advoente nod 500 toptnii
of the Joernel of the American Union lkw Myatt,
The honed Yonth'e edvneatee with 29 noe, Milan's
'Teivern Review for Anti!. Aloe en hand every dal/
ohe Deily Poet, Cbroatele, Sun i Tutelligeneer, Iron Clty,,
Mercury end Mnuataccorer, Weehinuton Benner ¢e for
wile cheep, IPA AC BA RRIS, Agbni.
apr b. and Com Mer uo 9 Fifth eie
J C. tt A CORDON
12 Water street
Pittsburgh, A prli let 1843.
In retiring froth the Anktion tugineos, I tote greet
COUNTY COM,MI SSION ER.
A T the solicitation of numher of friends of all pot
partiee.l reepettfUlly Deer myrtelf t t the son.
si,inintion of my fellowcitilens for the offies t.l Coaniy
Commistfinser. That my sentiments may not be mint,.
dertunnd,eithet ee to political or private nffnirs, I rosiker
free testy that I have been all my life a consistent He.
onbllene, in the tree ss else of the word. A. the eonnty
is coTrIP what embarrassed In its financial affairs, and the
•edueffne of Weeks orpnblle officers has reeelved the
approbttlnn of large mcjorlties °Min people, the under
signed would pot phonld he he so for: non* q AP to be elec
ted. In any manner attempt to rest& this FalatarY re'
form; shoold it reach the office of Comity Crmmtetioiter.
opr 6: SAMUEL HUBLEY.
0 MILS SuperfineW he Floor,
hat re.elved from Valley Mills r.nd fro. wile ).
J. W. ntlUlitIV6E.
Water sr beiweeo Wood 4. Ornate.
AM iIIICAN PIONEER
TUST rem - ed from the pahlliiher at einelnanit, 46
ED enplev of lint etrt Ilent ntin net mai Pistoriettl *iv rk
the Amen' n Pioneer. rinhitAheil In monthly Noi at In
n yenr. T ce elm 12 nnmhers bound In the prevent so/
ume nt it, iveripl i on price, for mite. nod cinllverlpt foe
thnnkfnlly received. at Mamie General agency end In.
tellgenee office, No 9, Fifth ct, ip 12
ATOTICE to Steam Boat Ownori.—The subserlf~cr, la
enneequenee of the Mir - malty of the limes. harvidtr•
red the price of Ms Safety ()nand for the preventing 6,/
the explosion of neon boilers, to 1.50 per hoot.
I t is hoped that nil h.at owrers Will avail themselves
of there reasonable Irma, not may un account of 01143
perfect entety they atYord, hat also In polnt of economy.
Boilers with the apparatus attached will wear aboa
w ire as long its those not provided with them..
March 6-3 m . C. EVANS
The petition of D R. Miller of the 4d Ward
Pittsburgh, in said county, rrttOeriltilly showeth—
That he is well provided with house room and
other conveniences fitr the a ccommcdation of siren.
gert and travellers. And he prays your honors
grant him 'were° to keep an Inn or 1,,05e of Pub
lic Entertainment. And he will finis, ilke.
f)AVIb R. MILLER.
The flatlets:grad eitizena of the third Ward Pitts
burgh, respectfully ce , tify, that D R. Miller,the t o e: ,
have named applicant, is a gentleman or OA repute
for honesty and temperance, and i., well provided twirl
loose roam and conveniences for the accornmods—
lion hrd lodging of strangers and travek,r s , an d
said tavern is necessary fur the arc( mu:lodation of
John gea nal', Ja :Off $ lit o utOot ti ,
T C McDowell, John Indwrig,
Joseph Jordon, James Cherry,
J D Lelmer, War Gilmore,
Wm Biddle, JamesMcUnhey,
A lex Copping , . Z Cho fee.
(Surcesmor to Z. W Reiningion j
QuRVICIING. Regrahttnig, Levelling and Measure
ment of all *lnds, will be attended to as heretofore;
at the old office of Z• W. Remington. Tenn stmt. near
!laud. R. E. EI'COWIN.