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FRIDAY, JULY 21.
,Our sporting friends will find on
our first page, a spirited description of
three celebrated racing na.qs that lately ran
over the Beacon Course, Hoboken.
The Tailors sses.
By an advertisement which has appeared
for two or three days in the Post, it will
be observed that the Tailotenses of this
city and vicinity, are to meet this afternoon
at 3 ec.lock, in Temperance Hall. Let
them turn out strong. after the fashion of
the Factory girls, and they will be sure
A new Article of Manufacture.—By ref-
wawa to our advertising columns it wil
be pereeived that a new branch of business
has been established in our city, and one
that. promises to be quite extensive and
productive. Mr. George Rothery, an ex
perienced and excellent mechanic, has com
meneedtbe manufacture of CAST STEEL
FILES. that are pronounced by judges to
be quite equal to the foreign article, and
that are undoubtedly cheaper. This, we
believe, is the first attempt that has been
wade to establish this business in our city—
end as we possess every advantage for its
vigorous prosecutiou, we have no doubt it
will shortly become an important branch of
• our business. We wish Mr. Rothery suc
cess in his enterprise, and hope to hear
that it. has been cr)wned with abundant
fire.—This morning aboat two o'clock,
sire broke out in a frame kitchen belong.
bag to the large brick house on the south
east corner of Wood 6treet and Virgin al
*.s ley. It raged furiously for some minutes,
but the timely arrival of the engines pre
vented the total destruction of the blo c k
Tbe property belongs to - Stewart
The New Water Trorks.—This cupen
deins pile of bricks and mortar, erected un
der the supervision of cur esteemed friend
and fellow-citizen, John Sheriff, Esq., be.
itne to assume 'quite a tasty external ap
pearance, but we have not been informed
a the pnronse 'to which the large room nn
the second floor is to be devoted. notwith
standing we have made several inquiries
on the sOject.
The Fifth Ward.—The exciternent in
this ward, growing out of certain acts of
the.Behool Buard, has now fairly subsided .
At leist no public indigna ion manifests it
the-outbreak arose from the fact that
the 'Pirectnrs had mnt.e applicants for pla.
ces than they were able to fill, and tilt].
were 'compelled to disappoint some gen.
tlerhen, who immediately attempted to stir
up a disturbance and have the teachers
chosen, ousted. They called a meeting
which was' numerously attended by the
eiti2ens. oho passed a vote of thanks to
the Board for their course. TMs put a fi
tic IC the whole proceeding.
i' We sineerely.commissetate the sits
tlatiln of the 'owner of that "check coat,"
arra tttist that lie may be able to ferret
oul du.. depredators of so diabolical an out
rage. To have a liAt, cool, summer coat
able% when the thermometor is at 90, is
by no means pleasant, and would be pro
nounced by all humane and sensible wen—
/tat burglary as ever was committed. Our
pints and hie coat, ate, no doubt, adorning
the persons of some heartless scoundrels,
*ho being dressed fenteely, are now im •
I posing thetnselves upon the community as
~ rttspectable men. As Recorder Riker
would say, thieving is practised to a great
extent in this community, and should be
put a step to.
Burvecit—d-Thd 'dialer pipe in Sixth at. bur§ted
minds); morning opposite Judge Porter's d Nai
There is said to be five hundred gambling hou
ses in New York. flow many are there to be
found in Philadelphia?—Phi/l. Chron.
flow many artrthere in Pittsburgh?
R4beries are plenty during the past few days.
We have heard of several, and the morning pa
pera notice a considerable number more.
The but Runum—For the past few days there
has been a tumor afloat in the city, among a cer
tain class of folks who don't read papers, that o'-
Connell and the Repealers had triumphed—the
tbell,nion bad been repealed in reality. Not.
withstanding the absurdity of such a story,a grea
member of persons called at our office to hear i
qbare was anything in it'
Yeasts Editors,—Many friends of the Indepen
dent Treasury Law, and who are opposed 1 o Bank
seapensions, desire to state through the medium
of your paper, that DR. EDW. D. Ciezzszi, an
early advocate of the Sub Treasury system, has
consented to become a candidate for Congress, if
nominated by the Democratic Convention.
The political and private character of this gen
tleman is known to the Democrats of Allegheny
'county. who have already manifested their con
*donee in his ability and sound political princi
ples: and his devotion to the interests of the dis-
Islet is acknowledged by citizens of all parties.
Now that there is a fair prc.ipect of the success
tithe -Democratic ticket, many of the party ear.
meetly desiill the opportunity of voting for a tried
Democrat, whom they so warmly, and as regards
Allegheny county, so successfully- supported when
struggling against heavy odds.
• It norninatei, Dr. Gazzam's election by a de
cided majority may be confidently anticipated,
and will bee ;Oat rods' triumph to the cause o
WANTI BANK DEMOCRACY.
Ta x ill eft v w .—We are favored, just at present,
says the Boston Atlas, wi;h splendid planetary
d isplaY—for which our clear nights are especially
adaped. Jupiter is in full blate, rising at about
10 o'clock, sod traversing the constellation Capri,.
commis; with a glass of very moderate power his
four s.itellites may be seen. fiaturn,quite as large,
but paler and shining with a milder and more
steady light, is in Sagittarius—some 35 degrees
above the horizon in aS. E. direction. Mars,
red and fiery, is further south in Scorpio, near An
tares, and is nearer the earth than he has ventured
before for many years, The trio make a brill
The Paris, (M 0.,) Sentinel contains an account
of the burning of the effigy of a man named Sam.
ad T. Craig, who professed to be a physician.—
This Craig was sometime since taken to Monroe
county, to stand his trial for uttering c , unterfeit
money, the prosecution succeeded in establishing
his guilt, but by some technicality of the law be
was acquitted. Since that time he has been
prowling about, engaged in numerous depreda•
lions, but has always succeeeded in evading j us
PRINTING OFFICE ,
N. w. Corner of Wood 4- Fifth Sts
THE THOprielolB of IHO MORNING PORT and SIERCURI
•ND MANUFACTURER respectfully Inform their Wends
and the patronsof those papers, that they have a large
and well chosen assortment of
area. M3ll. r3lE7kr MP'
AIND it. 11373 OUMIISI LEAUM72,2dEIra
Necessary to a Job rrinting Office, and that they are prt
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Stage, Steamboat, and Canal Beat Rifle% with app•
Printed on the shortest notice and most reAsonablelerms
We respectfully ask the patronage of our friends and
lie public in general in !his branch of out business.
Pittsburgh, Sept. :39,1812. PHILLIPS ¢ SMITH.
Notice is hereby given, that LtitteiS of Admin.
ist ration have boen granted to the subk:eriber on the
estate ofJohni M. "larger, lme ofJcfferson town.
ship, deceased. All who have claima against the
estate will preent them aji itston asliossible. and
those who err, indebted will Please cail;at once and
ettle. N. B Flie accounts are lertArit the house
of Anne flarger, p ,- re have f4.tisiness will
call there soil settle wilt Fear llargtr.
Jefferson township, Allegheny Pa.
We are authorized to announce Mr, PODY PAT
TERSON, of the city of Pittskirgh, as a candidate for
the offire ofSheriff, at the ensiling election, suhkrt in
the nAninalion of the county Democratic Convention.
rx ,, TErTruLLY ',resent tuy,3elr to the Ci , i7.P113 of
1 Allegheny courtly, a , a candid:lle for the Sli, riffalty,
stelect to the action of the Ilemonatic Conventhuyv I felt
rorcts on the 30th of August next.
pine 9.—d4 wte. ELIJ AH TIZOVILLO.
I rct.nect Cully otrt r ac a candit!ftte for the office
cf Protlionr , lary, sutket to the action of the Iteniocratic
%Vain+ 'rownship, lune 3i—lc
To the Voters of iltleg.hcny Con7rty:-1 respectfull) of
fs-T. myself to your consirletro tun as a candnlatc lindq.a
dent of parties) fort f lr.ce of l' ROT rl'A It Y oI
Allegheny county, at the en•tting el, eti,;‘, As Ido not
come before yrit ter - millet - takd It a 118,r 1, 1
000 10 WllOlB I 81111101 10 i000ali: keow ill plr nSc el•
amine Into my qualifications, tiro if so for , t, nate IL
ru o t ontn n ninjori . y ~r your I.lllTripec, 1 • I• 811 cwll-I.‘ra
by strict 31 1 enliOn to the drilies of the ofice. io sal inly ycu
w•rrh tour ALEX. . 1 111.f.AR,
may li)—tE• (if Pittsburgh:
RESPECITCLYoff , t myself a candid:tie for the
I. of Prothonotary of Allegheny county ,subject to the ac
tion of the Demorratic county convention which meets
on the 301 h A Iltqlsi next. CEO. R. RIDDLE,
Allegheny City, May 3;—le
Meisrs Editors.—As the general opinion appears to
prevail that inasmuch as there are already, two of the
County Commissioners from the count. v, it is but a
matter of right and justice that the city or its i tome
diale neighborhood, should have the third candidate,—
We therefore beg leave to recommend t e the people of
Allegheny ',linty, JLytS C. CCNIMINS, E. ul. of the City
Dist riot, fur County Commissioner at the PIIFItin:
Many Democratic ft9t era,
For the Morniog Post
BOOS AND 4 OD
pared to execute.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
IBills of Lading, Circulars,
Bill Heads, Cards,
Black Checks, flat Tips•
Alt Mobs of 331anits,
CO RUNE R.
I respectfully offer myself to the ci:izens of Allegheny
Nullity, for the office of Coroner, subject to the decision
of the Democratic Convention
Al . the solicitation of n nitiniter of friends of all pot-•
itical parties, I re.metti fully offer myself to the con.
alteration of my fellow•MOzens tor the office el County
Commistioner. Ttiat in sentiments may not he misun.
derstoud, either as to political ur private affairs, 1 make
free to say that I have been all my life a consistent Re
publican, in the true sense of the word. t An the county
is somewhat embarrassed In Its financial affairs, and the
reduction of salaries of ptPtlic officers has received the
approbation of large majorities of the people, the under
signed would not should lie I.e -to fort ulna • as to heeled
tell, in any manner attempt to resl4 tills nalutary re
form; should it reach the office of Condi y Crnimessioner.
upr 6: SAMUEL FICTEILEY.
PITTSBURGH, July 18th, 1843. I
AT a meeting dithe Tailors and Tai 'tresses of the city
of rilishurgit, as previously advertised, at Tempe•
ranee Dail, on Monday, the 17th, which was numerously
attended. The object of the meeting being stated by the
president, Mr. D Wearts, which was for the purpose of
the Ladies taking into consideration the necessity of a
small advance In their wages; their present prices being
too low to rustain nature, or at the least to eke out a
miserable existence, tattering from 16 to 18 hours each
day to attain that object. It was unanimously voted by
the Ladies assembled, that they form themselves into a
Committee to wait on the ladies known to work at the
Tailoring_business in this place, staling their object, and
asking their assistance; and that there be a mass meeting
of the ladies and gentlemen working at the tailoring bu
siness, at Temperance Hall, on Friday, 21st inst., at 3
o'clock, for the purpose of going into regulations that the
above cbject may be attained. Jy 19-3 t
MISS LESLIE'S MAGAZINE, JULY NO-, Price 15
cents, just receivedat W. 11. FOSTER'S
jy 19-3 t Universal Agency 4- Literary Depot, St Clair st.
!kV ANTED IMMEDIATELY, places for several
V good and trusty young men for stores, ware
houses, waiters and coachmen, Also, for several me
chanics, laborers, and men and boys to be employed In
and about the two cities. Wanted soon, for several re—
spectable Families, several good Cooks, and gills for all
writ It. Also, front 30 to 40 laboring men to work on
tote River and in a quarry at Petticoat Ripple, 60 miles
Apply et HARRIS'S Agency and Intelligence Office,
No 9. Fifth et. iy 19-3 t
Farms lo Lease.
THE undersigued will lease two Farms situated in
East Deer township, with the necessary tenements,
and from 75 to 100 acres cleared on cash. Also, one
farm situated in West Deer township Allegheny county
with from 50 to 75 acres cleared. Tie above desert ed
property ia In reasonably good repair, laying ab rut 15
miles from the city of Pittsburgh, and within two miles
of the Penn's Canal, and will be leased on reasonable
terms for from 1 to three years, to good tenants.
MANY are now suffering with the above complaints,
and can be cured speedily by using Peseell's Belem
A R. DANIEL Ncif EAL, Office on Fifth street ejAndiseed, which gives universal satisfaction to alt.
/between Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh, To be had only at TUTTLE'S, 86 Fourth street.
dee. 10-4 y. June 22.
CHOLERA NIORSITS AND HOMMISS CCMPLAIMIT,
I'RS undersigned having Wee titillated daring the past
winter with a disease in the stomach, somettmes
prodticing great pain ha the stomach for ten or twelve
hours without inte.misston, and having tried various
remedies with litileetfect,wasfurnished with a Vitittlie of
Dr. D. Jaynes' Carminative Balsam. Thli he'usedac.
cording to the dlrections,and found invariably that this
medicine caused the pain to shale In three or four mi
nutes, and in fifteen or twenty minutes every uneasy Sen.
ration was entirely quieted. The medicine was after.
wards used whenever indications of the approach of pain
was perceived, and the pain was thereby p evented. We
continued to use the medicine every evening, and some.
times in the morning, an I in a few weeks health was so
far restored, that the sufferer was relieved from a large
amount of oppressive pain. From this experlencedhere•
fore he can confidently recommend Dr. D. Jaynes' Car
minative Balsam, as a salutary medicine for diseases of
the stomach and bowels. REV. A. SHTNN.
Allegheny city, July 16th, 1813.
Far sale at tile Franklin Head P•inting Office, Third
street, opposite the Poet Office. jly 19—If
FOR BALE CHEAP•-300 doz. assorted window
sash, and glass if wanted to suit: 500 cuts of On(
5 doable carpet chain, 12 doz. good cheap sickles; 5 doz.
rakes; 20 doz. corn brooms; 3 doz, coffee mills; 10 doz,
palest tubs and buckets; shovels, spades; hoes; mattocks;
cheap axes, with handles; nriling, letter, and wrapping
payer; brushes; bed cords; twine, 4.c., ire., tot sale cheap
for cash, or approved exchange, to suit consignee.
ISAAC II A RR IS, Agent and Corn. Merchant,
Y 19-3 t No, 9, sth st .
B ACON- 4 Casks Ilams,
Just received on consignment, and for rale low for cash
n iLm AN, JENNINGS 4- CO.,
43, Wood street.
LEFT the Subscriber, living In St. Clair street, AA
stints PICKERIND, an indented Apprentice to the
Shoemaking business. Had on when he left a fur Cap,
blue roundabout and pantaloons. Ile is about five feet
four 'itches high, dark hair and downcast look; rucks as
he walks, as though he had been a sailor, and as he walks
lie still watches hack, as though a constable was In our.
salt. The Shore reward hot nn charges will be g yen for
his apprehension. All persons are cautioned against liar.
boring or trusting hint, else they will be dealt with ac
cording to law
CORNER of Third and Wood street. over Kramer's
Exchange office, entrance on Third st His class
es meet Jally as follows: Grill !smell's class et 8 o'clock.
A. M.; Ladies' class at 10. A . M.; Ladies and Gentlemen's
class at 7 P.M. Ladies can receive lessons at their res
idences during the afierncon. Vislters will please call
during' school hours. luly 18.
REMEDY FUR THE INFLUENZA.
/111-1 P. Influenza, which is now an almost universal ep.
idemir, is excitin7, the inventors of patent medicines
c ea,cll exertions in the miffing line, but on tog to
..._ general distrust entertained for tile generality of
Fucti dri.2s, people fear taking them. fife following.
however, clot', a dist in7ulshed physician in New York,
by Nelson, we think may he relied on:
•The objet! el the present eommunication is to recont.
mend a single remedy, cheap and of easy access lo the
poor, and in caution titan against an injurious roe In
this disc as.% tiame.y. bit, diva, either general or by
leech, s. In all thosea=rs in which the first class of
g, I mo or d : prevaP, b I Ihe patient smell frequently at a
Cnlllllloll sails 1,0 lie, „Sims' Arurni.ic Volatile Salts are
preferred) and I y ut in:: the vial to the mouth, to draw
a few deep inspirat I cus of e,.tai Ile matter into the rungs.
Let (Kris: he repeater (WO or three times in an
hour, and it will give more sr crib: and greater relief, in ,
al' sliz s lit r,a.^s of the lint class than any other remedy,
an•l will be suliThiont for a cure. It will also be essen
tially useful 'II tile severe cases; nod in those of the class
of prostration, a few drops of ammonia, or hart...llol'n,
0114111 la be I:t ken in•ernatly, .9 neat oay nr doing so
to lake no old 'a.,hioned mixture called lac ammotilacl.
However, it i- as a local reined+. Inert on the 111=nritered
.nrinre, ii...c is advised. Th, , principle wi'l I,e
recognized 1., all ph•. si.* . e.ir , v. (sea in molecular
111111 1!,) , 1" IV 110 are eeficient In ilia' knowiedt•e
may do in Iltis Instance as then do In all others- act up.
on the faith they salts are for sate anti
the tr.,cit of all ria.ses. at Was, Tuna res. 03
tir.4ll, ill 17.
ry\l. G. 11:7%V
131,E I=ANT r , ott:s• end .1, , 11 ( . 11n) Powrr, at the
c y, rort,er of Litwrty and
A on 111. , pfellikeS.
I'HE FA LSE HEIR.
i\mr. Novcl, rreely. - 11 al M, FoFier's
riv,•al keen Literary Pt C:air it.
RI (: t ;OD 7HE ROVE R,
~t• VO. i.1:1 Pri , e I.T , For sale et
(.. IVer,l: A_.nr r ilild I.l , erdry Depot, St.
Many Citiz .1,4 of 1`,1t , . , rPcolnotend Dr. JOSEPH
CURTY ,011,1 a sent in the Arritem
biv, the on,min.2 jolr 11,1843.
17• Many of Al'relieny city recommend Dr, J.
C. M'CULLY :is a SI11;.11. 1 C t'!",011 to fl.l the office of
Prot how tory. Jnly 12
ONE CENT REWARD
Estee's Writing Institute,
12i r.• 111:
CHEAP FOR CASH,
P.O 8, FIFTH STREET,
Two doors from Markel street
JYATES Wend; to manufacture a better article of
. Ladies', Child rens and Misses' Shoes,rind sell them
cheaper for cash than they ran be bought in the city
Ile will keep rongtaittly on hand anti make to order La.
dies' SIIOE4 01:111 kinds end colors at the very low prices
of ihe fobowidg list:
Ladies' La•rline Foxed Gaiter Boole. 31 75
hest quality Kitt or Morocco Gaiters j
Ladies Calfskin Boots, 1311
" Foxed IlnlfGalters. all colors, I 371
hest kid and Morocco flu kills, 1 18f
Double Soled 1. -Uppers, (Jeff.) 1 17e
, t fine Kid Springs and Turns, M qual, 1 (0
" " Springs, heavy, 87i
All Shoes made here warranted, !Mazes and Children's
In the same proportion.
gfrßemember the place, at the sign of the Red Box
No.B, Firth a rect,
COUGHS AND COLDS.
Now is the time of year for persons attacked with
Coughs, Coulds. Rheumatism , . Gout. ¢c. tc. —To those
atilicted,a speedy cure can be effected by using
PEASE'S HOs2RIIO CND C,iND V,
which is allowed by all who have used it to be the best
remedy ever tamed (,r Coughs aid Colds,and
HEW ES NEI?! E AND BONE LINAMENT
an outward remedy. with the
INDIAN VEGETABLE ELIXER,
an inward application, is a certaia and positive cure for
the h 'm, Gout, Contracted Cords and Limbs.
No one need suffer from these diseases if they will use
the above medicines. The genuine to be had only at
TUTTLE'S Micritcar, Anzacs.
' , Druettlets and Country merehttnts will he eupp%ied a
Naw You prices. 56 Fourth Street.
FREEMAN'S FIRE BRICK FOR
JUST rereived. 5000 Freeman's best Fire Brick, which
will nereaner be kept constantly on hand and sold
low for rash, by
COUGHS AND COLDS
, JAC aaUe'l
- GE.MACTORY. PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE BANK
PON sudieiitieritaviitge MANi
the iiiiiallilwalciiire of LANDS. oRRICCTID DAILT, 111 T ALLEN mums, SIC Ilitillt
101111 J RSV A PIT to R decretni order of the Circuit ie. •
..t can &set Files, from Able-dean materials eiclu.
wisely, merchants or other perdions wanting can bo sue r perfor Court 4.r the 1.::1%v and I lianeery for 1en..,,n bfaisilon, du
Vied S). fihn with a better article than the foreign, end Lou'?., PronOrnced it.e 19 ti day .•1* Apr , ', et;43, In the Sandusky, do
at fewer . 'Priem. Intending to use only the best ittlailly cause depending therein of Dewy Elrldel, Pit., against Geauga, do
01 ri 1 . Slcei,manufactuied by the blessraSsoinsanoza's. James W • nrukenri'seand others. •Derts, the under.
d special eotnente6ioner, wilt sell at public auction to Norwalk', de
which Is now hrO Signe
ught to a rfection equal to the oestXenia, do
English article, manrifaciared Pe for the same purpose, the the highest bidder, at the court house in Mason eoenlY, Dayton, int
subscriber has full confidence that he will be able. in on oir dtli t hy h ea e osorc l i fi nii: t nc h sdo d unc a pon y ,mtry o rn ' e, r vz s uan ep r.i
e com m tnili be tithi r ded ,
.o;:io7:l:7,:i(ii.,:e.ll7;,,,titoah:retieoalaniinnit::„:.::yd7a,bnyyng Sclotn, as
quality of articles and prices, to realise the hopes of Mist nottl, it
the Wends of American industry. Chlllieothe, ig
GEORGE ROTHERY, I F ran. Fran. Ittt Coluatbas; 11,
Corner of O'Hara and Liberty sta. survey four thousand one hundred ant twenty.three \ La.,raster, GU
ldjoinl - - oared's, a In , -- --Hamilton, '3O
FFOR.the lucrative manufacture of a branch of Hard..
ware in which there Is no domestic competition.
A person well and favorably known In this city. of
strictly temperate and business habits.competeat to keep
the hooks and do the oat door business of the concern,
with a capital ofonethommed dollars, or if the person
applying should be of good credit sad connections. •
somewhat smaller sum might answer. The concern is
In operation, with a prospect of becoming very even.
sloe. Every facility for information will be cheerfully
given,and references given and required.
Address real name kc., to MECHANIC,
July 15 through the Post Office.
TBE suhscilher, surviving, Executor of the last will
and testament of Lewis Huffman, late 01 Jefferson
township, Allegheny county deceased, by virtue of an
authority In the raid will, will expose to rale at public
vendue, on Sat urtlay,the 12th lay of August next, at 10
o'clock A. M, at the house of Jacob Hultman on the prem.
Ises,a tract ul land in Jefferson township afore.aid, boon
de4ron the north by the lands of Pressly Trumbo, on the
west and south by lands of Simpson Castor, and on the
east by lands of Andrew Bedell, containing about eighty
five acres. The above tract of land is situated on Peters'
Creek, has about forty acres cleared °nil, about one half
of which is bottom suitable for meadow, a tolerably good
dwelling house and barn, a small orchard and an abun
dance of coal. Terms at sale.
Jy 17—d3twli p. LEWIS HUFFMAN.
JIANAWAY from the subscriber on Sunday last.
an indented apprentice to the blacksmithing bu
sinew, named EBENEZER BEABTON. He was about
17 years old, light hair, red in the face, and stout
built. All persons are cautioned against harboring or
entrusting him. The above rewarfl will be given to
any person who altall return him to his master in ritis•
burgh, TIIO3. ELLIOTT.
ply 17 —3t p
1 HAVE In store and for sa'e low--A large assortment
of Maar:times, made of Curled Hair, Mss, Busk or
Cotton. Those wahting will please call.
WM. NOBLE, Upholsterer.
No 4, Wood at. near the River.
ENTLICKY LEAF PORACCO. —l2O Mids. Ken
-I.l.tucky heal Tatham) In Fiore and for rale by
J. G. 4. A, GORDON,
12 Water Bt.'v
Birmingham & Co.,
AG'TS FOR STEAMER CLEVELAND,
PROPOSALS will be reeelved at the Once of the
Superintendent, Plane No. 2, Allogheny Portage Rail
Road. on Saturday, the 28111 day of July, for furnishing
EIGHT ROPES for the inclined Planes on this road
The ropes are to be made out of the hest Russian Hemp.
and to be delivered at Johnstown or Hoilltlaysiturg, he
fare the clove of the navigation 1 his season, The dimes
skin= of the roper, and any other necessary information
will be given on the day of tett ing.
Supetintacciant, M P.
jlity 10 —411d4.*
10ft Bags RIO
13 10 notes Tobacco.
5 Chests Ten.
75 Barrels No I Ball' More Herrin:oi,
on consignment and fur sale low lor Cash by
July 1 DEVINE 4- McANI.7I.I V
EAGLE , • ,
V • a s :
t• STORE. V •
TACY LLOYD, Jr.. W.vole•ale and Retail Croce'
and Fruiterer, Nu 140 1.11,er y binct, fillshurrh.
Land Ofice :emoved from Lexington to Clinton. Afo
CCPIMP.AL LAND Orrtcr,
June 2:3, 1343.
A DI; ICE having heen received from ,Ile Register of the
Land Office at Lexington, NI is.ouri. that the remo
val that office to the town of cliotoo, I:, Henry county,
as directed by the pi esident. will he effected on or about
the tld lay of July next: thi is to give notice that the out,
lie sate of lands ordered to he held at Lexington on the
second day of October next, by the Executiv., proclnma
lion hearing date the 3•lt ins', wi:l he held at the time
oreseri' cd in the town of Clinton aforesaid,
For the Post
2 ') TIERCES R WE, on hand and for Yale by
mid J W FIURFIft WC F. 4- CO.
June 29 Water siteet,he ween Wood and Smithfield
For the. Post
HORATIO P. YOUNG, CABINET
(tate of the firm of Young k /Wettrdv,)
lIAS commenced the business in all tte branches at
No 22. Wood street, bet wee!. First and elecond rs.,
where he will keep coneta tit ly on hand • good aesortment
of well made FUR.N MAE, and hopes, by strict atten
tion to bu•iness, to merit a continuance of the patronage
Every attention will be paid to furnishing cnrrvis,
ke. A Furniture Car for hire.
July 11 _ -
jiIWM. McCAll 1 . 11 V begs leave to announce
to the Gentlemen of PllllO4lllll, that he is
prepared to make BOOTS of all kinds. of the
best Leather obtained front Philadelphia, and aver Lasts
made by instructions from himself. He does now for
himself what he has so long done for the Pittsburg Boss.
es, i, e. alter and fit his lasts to a it the foot. He has
worked at the most fashionable work in the Eastern cit
ies, came here and Instructed several how to alter and fit,
which can be a iteeted by numbers of Journeymec in this
city, and nom is rewarded by them with contumely and
abuse. He hereby challenges any Bootmaker in Pitts.
but', (Boss of course,) to make a pair or mote of Bouts.
stock r opal, measure to be taken by each in his own way.
Workmanship to decide the Mailer'.
Fourth at. or the Monongahela (louse Boot maker, (as
, be Calls himself,) have a rare ellanee now to show thturn
actives, If they can make a Boot let its see it,
W. McCarthy's Shop and Store is on Market street,
1 next door to Second, and opposite .1. Dttnlap's Tin and
• Sheet Iron ware Factory. July 11—tr,
FOR Coughs, Colds, Influent/Is, Catarrhs, Whooping
cough, Spitting of Blood, pain in the breast. nil dia•
eases of the Bream and Lti nag, and arrest of approaching
Consumption. Warranted free from Mereury.and other
mil era's. .6 A PABX.ESTE ClI ¢ Co.
JAMES YATES. I July 12. Agents for Pittsburgh.
A LL persons Indebted td the estate of John Bnee, lite
of the city Oittsborgh, deceased, are hereby segues
ted to make immediate payment to the undersigned. All
having claims against the fnid estate. will present them
property authenticated lot settlement to either of us.
PETER RATIGA N.
juts 14— Gi Executors.
HA ! kIA ! HA !
TURNER'S Comic Almanac for 1844.16 r sale at W.
M. Poster's Cniversal Agency and Literary Depot,
St Clair st. Jul) 17.
Dealer in Grain, General Forwarding and Com
WILL dispose of all goods sent for Comtntrilon.—
Sates at the lowest communion rate*.
BIRMINGHAM k CO.
No. 60 Water st
LlOll SALE.—Lots on the Igor* East corner or Co.
a: [Alleged High street. Apply to •
sep 1S BENJ. DARLINGTON, Market, near Attie
A FARM FOR SALE
SIX CENTS REWARD.
end Cleveland Line.
.TOTIN N. BRANT,
Phi/a.—J W Esher, Day it Cerrish, D. Leech 4 CO.
Biatistors—W Winn 4 co., Wilson
. 4. Herr, J E EldPr
Herrieberg-1111W1 Burke, H. Ante*, J Haldeman.
July 1-6 m. •
acres, In two at
which b river bottom land. _ se above lands previous
to the day eagle will be Inid off by the surveyor of the
county in lots of convenient size tot farms and plats
furnished, and so many thereof will be sold as may to
necessary to produce the sum of money required by said
decretal order. The sales will be made on a credit of
nine menthe for one.third part of the purchase money,
of twelve months for 2notheethird part, and of eighteen
months for the residue, the purchaser or purchasers
giving bonds with good security for the payment of the
different instruments, bearing Interest feom the day of
sale, the legal title to be retained as rot her seittrit• for
the payment of the pnrchase money, and liable to resale
at the risk of the purchases or purchasers fol'ing 16 make
GEO. W. STRIBLING, Special Com'r.
Point Pleasant,Va.. June 26. 11343. De 6.-2m.]
L. HARP E R,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
O Will attend promptly to the collection or security
of Clairll4, aid all professional buAiness entrusted to his
care in the counties of Harrison, Jeff , Belmont.
Guernsey, Tetscarateas, Holmes, CosAoeton. Carroll,
Stark and !Verse,
Refer to: Metcalf and Loorni.,
Haire!! and Fleming, ,
John Harper. r". t °Writ 4 .
D. T. Morgan,
L. & .1. D. WICK,
Wholesale Grocers Sr. Dealers in Produce.
116 Wood Street, 4 doors nhuve Firth st.
J. D. C EIGII.
lITTORNEY AT LSW.
Office, corner of Smithfield and Third Sireeti.,
may 25, 1R43-Iy..
MO sooner does one of lir.Lcidy ' preparations he
-11 come popular. in consequence of Its success and cf.
ilcacy, titan it is counterfeited or Imitated.
To prevent imposition. Dr Leidy has now procured
moulded bottles for his celebrated Teller and Itch Oint
ment, with the words 'Dr Leidy's Teller end Ilth Oini
mcnt; blown in the glass, besides rovtaining his written
signature en a yellow label outside.
Dr Leldy's Teller and Itch Ointment, has proved more
efficacious titan any other preparation for Teller, Itch,
Dry and Watery Pimples or Pustules, and diseases of
the akin generally,
It has been employed in 1r11001.5, factor' m,nnd on hoard
vessels carrying passengers, where children. as well as
grown persons, contract diseases of the skin froni their
contagious nat I r, with tire most unexampled nieces.;
certificates and recommendations have been heretofore
published from them, and numerous others might be oh.
t aired for publication, hut for the objections mO4 persons
have, to havinx their names published in connection with
such disagreeable and loathsome affecCons.
In no single Instance has it evir been known to WI.
It has been tired upon infants and by persons of all
aces. It is perfectly safe, contains no mercury in its
composltlon.and may be used under all circumstances.
Price Twenty.flye cents a bottle. Prepared and sold
at Dr Leidy's llenhh Emporium. (sign of the Golden Ea
;le and rierpents,l and by B. A. FAHNEbTOCIK 4- CO.
corner of Wood and Sixth streets, Agents for Pittsburg.
NOTICE is limehy Riven to tkc sulorribers to the cap.
tat stock of no , Erie Canal Company that a meet•
leg of the stockholders is appointed 16 ho 'en In
the Reed ilouge In the Bornu.2ll of Erir, stale of Penn
sylvania. on the 23t1 day of Jnly colt, at 2 k. P. M.
for the purpose of ortanizina Said con. pate hy the c lee
lion or st , ven maoaarrg, Ireasnret, nt at.d such
other officersai may be necessary, and fur oilier Furpo
.es, as is directed hy law,
William Kelly, John Contra lib,
Chas. M. Reed, [Welt Brawly,
John FirNantaro, k 1.13 Lowry,
David Dirk, Ilorare Cullum,
James M, Power. Win. S. Rankin,
John Reynolds, Samuel Kerr,
Saitiu.•l Goodwin, Wm. Beatty,
Erie. June . 214. 11343. (jnly 6—let
rriFIE LADIES' CLASS In Mr. Estee's Writing Insti
JL lute, will hereafter receive lessons at 10 o clock a.
tn. In addition to t 10! present Class, a new one will he
oreanlled on Wednesday the sth Inst. at the shove
hour. The Ladies' and Gentlemen's class will remise
lessonsevery evening nt 8 o'clock. A new evening Class
will also be otganized on the sth inst. Mr E.will be
at Liberty during the afternoon to give lessons at the
residences of those who wish. All who wt,.h to become
adepts lothe art of wielding the pen, will mate Imme.
Mate application for a series of !mons, and your best
wishes will he more than realited, as
^Those now can write who never wrote before,
And those who always wrote, cos write the more.
N B.— k class nfgentlemen will receive lessons at the
Institute every maritiniat $ o'clock. jy 4
'l'llo.ll. BLAK E,
PENNSYLVANIA INSU,ZANCE COMPANY,
AT TILE CI l'Y OF PITTSBURGH.
BOOKS for subteription to the capital stock of this In.
stint] ton will be (tanned et the Monongahela House,
on the 24th, 2511 11 . and 26th inst. between the hours of
9 o'clock A. M.Ond 4 o'clock P. M, of each day, or un
til at least 1000 shares shall have bun subscribed.
(Cr Capital Stock $2OO 000, In shares of 50 each, on
w`Octi $5 is to he paid at the time of kuhicriMiii.
Act approved 31st day of May; 1841; Supplcmi nt
thereto approved the 2rd day of March, 1842.
Covion s for e r —R. Miller. Jr , It W Poindexter,
W. B Holmes, William Blackstock, Ceo. 11. Taylor, C
F. Bp3ng, Jas M Illengar. W. Lippencott. JyB--127111..
Corner of Penn 4 St. Clair sts. Piltst.'gh.
riiriE Proprietors of this elegant and commodioits
ialdishment, beg leave to announce to their friends
and !e public, that their price for Board , frOm this date ,
Is reduced to ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
From the locality of this house, being situated mid.
way between the Canal and Steamboat landtngs, at d on
the great thoroughfare to AltegliertyAity, the peoprie.
tors trust, that with continued exertions on their part.
they will be enabled to afford every attention and faril.
ity required for the comfort and convenience of their
guests. and hope to merit a contitiusnre of the patron
age that has hitherto been so liberally extended to them.
The principal Stage and Packet Aces, a,O connected
with the Hotel, and for On better accommodation of
their guests, an ontitibus will at all timei he lit read!.
ness to convey them to and from the Haase.
an 25-3 m. FicKITIBIN dr SMITH.
DOWELL'S BALS.4.M OFAN'JyrSEED.—This sure
.B. and effectual cure for the IrtyLurtizt,,Cauchs and
Colds can now he procured, nt wholesale and retail, at
Tvrrce's, 86 Fourth street. jv 6
ICE! ICE! ICE!!
quahy of clean. first rate Allegheny fee, may
be had at HUGH DUFFY'S. corner or Second and
Grant el reetS • July 13—If.
00 OR 1,000 on Mortgage on rent estate. The
property is among the bezt,freeholds in t I e
city, and the advertiser is willing to gli , e a hontlsome
Premidm for the above sum. Fdr ftirther partieu.arsof
ply at the Mike of the Morning Post.
ng parcel', a large proportion or
CADIZ. HARRISON COUNTY, OHIO,
ERIE CANAL COMPANY
Clear the coarse for tie irelanteers.
WILLIAM B , FOSTER, Esq. of Allegheny city will
he ri tatitlidatc for the Are of l'r,ohonotery of threw. n v
Cohnty, at the ()etcher election. tone 4
IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF
SAW. NI IL LS.
SxyDEß's unrivalled Self Setters forSawmllla which
have been vo fully tested in different par!. of Itio
United States, as well as in
cities of Pittsburgh and
Allegheny, ran be seen In operation at a number of
Mills In this neighborhood, viz; at Mr Wirkerr.harn
mills on Penn at,; at Bowman ¢ Chambers' mills, near
the upper Allegheny Bridge,and at Morrison's mills on
Hares island,and other.. The above named machine
can be obtained at W. W. Wallare's shop on Liberty at.
near Smlihtleld, where It Is fitting op, and where the
joachlne will be conslant4 tent on hand,. Apply to D.
F. Idnydeator W• W. Wallace. cnay.s
OTIS •NU ILI
Bank of Pittsburgh. par'
Nerd'. 4- Man. bk. par
Eschange bank, par
Bk. of gerrnanfoist "
I ank, I
Lancaster bank, dls
Bank of Chester Co. par
Farmers' bk Bucks C 1.7.
Doylestown Lk do ..
Bk of N America Phil. .•
Bk of Northern Liberties,"
Commercial bk. of Pa. "I
Far,* Mechanics bk
Southwark bk. '•
Bk. of Pennsylvania,
Bk of Penn Ti. Par
Man. 4. Mechanics bk. par
Mechanics bk. par
Girard ba.ik, 151
I U. Stales hank. 41111
Frank. bk Washington, par
Miners bk of Polipvlle, 4
Bk of Mont:omerNCo. par
Mon. bk Brownsville, :
Erie Bftnk, 5
Flarrisburgh bank, 41
',uneasier, I t
Bk of Middletown, 4'
Bk. of Chambersliurgh,
Carlisle bank, 41
Bk of Northumberland, purl
Columbia biz Bridge co. B
Bk Susquehanna Co• 40
Hkof Delaware Co. par
Lebanon bk. 4
Cettysburgh bk. 4
York bank, 4
Far 4- Drovers Lk. of
Waynesburgh, 4 1
Currency notes. 4
Wyomin: bank, 10
Pittsb'elt Slate Scrip 2.3
Country do do 4
Berke Co. bans, 70
Far. 4. Mech. bk of Bleb.
benville, . 1i
Bel Mont bit of St. Claire.
Mirietta bk. Demand
do Corrency notes.
ColumbiOna hit New Lis
hon Demand, 11
do Post notes, It
Cincinnati specie pay
tiecii.k Traders bk of
Clinton bk of Columba!,
Stanciart, Ingraham & Co.
FORWARDING AND CO.ll. MERCHANTS.
AGENTS for the MerrhantsTiansporintionCoMpany
Composed of the Slerelianis Line, Erie Canal
Ilu,ter, Palmer Co''. Lino of Btcam Boats owe lire
sets on the Lakre..
ekveland Uric PenneyNania and Ohio Canal.
Proprietors of the Werchanls Line Ohlo Canal.
N'lLtca4 ENAWORTII, N 0.9. Coenres Slip, N. Y
R. HURTLE 4• co. Albany.
OTIN Coarr, Bowon.
HUNTER. PALtIR 4. Co. Burr:0o
81. T. WHLLA xe 4• Dow, Cl...veinal
Hot. JonN M. A LIMN.
J. Si. DICKILY, Beaver.
1111tut1torria1 4• Co., Isittsburei
ao 1 1843-Iy.
TO THE GENTLEMEN OF PM"
ontsciiber Most it spectfully Informs the tenißp.
men or op city and vicinity Gm be his commelered
the BOOT and SHOE making imetnear in Fourth iirieet.
opposite the Mayors office. Haying been foteninnAn
some of the most fashionable Dtot Shops in the Eisiern
ell le.s; and having furnished the best French
and American Calf Pkins. ir! hopes by his attentint to
burl ness to merit a share of pi, blic raironace To those
genii, men rito hive kindly palrualled hits he Will*,
his sincere thanks and can with confidence appeal for the
goodness of his work and know ledge el' his business:
may 11. P. KERRIGAN.
Dr. Leidy's Teller dr. Itch Ointment.
IEIOa the cure ofevery variety of TETTF.R, the ITCH,
and all dlsea=es of the St‘in, has proved itself more
eflicacioustban any other preparation for the same par•
pose In use.
Upwards of five hundred certificates might be procured
and published of its efficacy from School Teachers, Pro.
prietors of Factoilesl Parents. Guardians, Child Nurser,
Captains of vesSeft and Others, were it not for the dell—
racy in having their names published in connection with
such disagreeable a fleet lens..
By the use of Dr Leidy's Teller Ointment in cot June.
Lion with his extract of Sarsaparilla or Blood Pills, he
will 61,er:inter. to cure any disease common to the akin,
however had, or of however long standing, or rellind this
money. There are however Very few instances hut can
he cured by the Ointment alone.
Pri:e 25 cents a Boz.
Prepared nrly and sold sVholesafe and retail a: Pr Lel
ii 's Health Elaporium.l9l M Second at. Philadelphia.
and by 8..4. PAILVESTOCK 4. Co. corner of Wood
And Sixth kreete, Azents far Pittsburg. July 12.
Dll. LEIDVS SARSAPARILIi IVLOOD Dttz.s, are anion.
cable in all C 354... whether for Pu'gatiea or Ptirifi•
caries. They poveess all the bowled •irlorit of other
pills, and are additionally efficacionr, containing Bareap
arllla In th.dr composit inn. which is 1101 contained in any
other pills In existence. They :treats° different from oth•
es pals In composition, being pueely vegetable, and can
be employed at all times, without any daterer, and re.
gulling no restrains tom oceuriation or umat course of
Notwithstanding Dr. Leidy never pretended hie Blood
Pills would cure all diseases. yet it Is not saying too much
of them, from the innumernbis cures performed by them
In every vat lety and form of disease (certificates of many
of which have been publi4herl from persons of all denom•
loations, physicians. clergymen, and others) that they
I seem to be almost universal in their effect; and penman
using them for whatever sickness or disease, may rest
assured they will be found more efficacious titan any oth.
er pills in erstence.
Prom the known reputation of Dr Leidy's Blood Pills.
'tis deemed necessary to remind the public where they
may at nil times procure the genuine, as It is attempted
110 impose other pills called 'Blood Pills' upon the pablie
on the reputation of Dr. Leidy's. fp•Be particular and
ask for Dr Leidy's Panesparilla Blood Pins, and see that
the nathe of Dr N. B. Leidy Is cont . lned on two tildes
of each box„rthe boxes being of paper. and oblong, square
I shine, surrounded by a yellow and black label.
PR/CE-25 cents a Boa,
Prepared only, and sold Wholesale and Retail, at Dr
Le hly's Health Emporium, 191 North Second sireel, be
low Vine. Philadelphia, and by B. A. FAHNEE TOC
4. CO. corner acWood and Sixth street., Agents for Pitts
DR. STARIVETHER'S HEPATIC
Case of Lirer Complaint of 25 years 6tanellng.
This may certify that for twenty Gve years I waist.
(tided with pain in my side, which was frequently ro
seVere as to entirely incapacitate tee from labor. 1 have
been under the care and treatment c f various physicians
without any permanent benefit, Hearing of the many
cures effected by the Hepatic Elixir prepared by Dr.
Starkwesiher.l was induced to give it a trial, sad ant
happy to Lay that it has entirely removed. I hews felt
re sparrows of it for more than a year past.
Nortithridse.Juneft6 30. 1841 AMOS WHITE.
"Tbegenoitte to be bad at TUTTLE'S Medical Agery,
AriUTl.Ellf. and Surgical Inagrnenent Bnnufactarer.
cnropr or6th and Liberty 'tree's, Pius, tii:b,
N. 13,—A ways on band ,an eztensi we assort meat of Sap.
giaal and Dental instrument*, Be-itr'a, Teller's,
Ratters*, Heir Dresser? Cad ..Tartyrtre Palau
SAigaPP, Saddlers' reale, Trusses, itc. it 24.
Cam. bk. Lake Erie.
Far. bk:of Canton,
State bk. 4 &anemia
State bk 4 Branches.
Rank of Virginia,
Far. bk. of Virginia.
N. West. bank
titer. Er Mee. do.
N UV JERSEY
All Banks, par and 1
city Banks. par
(safety fund.) a 1
lied Back, Ito 1
I , MW ENGLAND.
Boston Bunke', per
Orleans Banks, acrod. 3
Bk. of St. Clair, 10
Do. dn. 4- U. Smith 3
Good banks. , 4010
Cleveland, a di*
,(SOLD AND SILVER, par