Pittsburgh morning post. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1843-1846, September 16, 1843, Image 3

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Oa'For business cards, &c., sr.e firstpage
Ticturrs.—We have printed the full detriacintic
Ticket, and they can be had in any quantity at our
office. The time is short until the election comes
round, and it is of much importance that every dis
trict should be well supplied with tickets at an early
day. Oar friends from the country will please call
and supply themselves.
Whoever wants fresh and choice articles in the
Grocery line, should go to LLOYD & Co's. in Liberty
street. There they will find an extensive and superior
assortment of goods, obliging salesmen, and every in
ducement to make purchases.
AlNEurcr.—The Aqueduct has hcen thoroughly re
paired, the water was let in on Thursday, and a num
ber ofboats came across the same evening. As there
is no doubt, we understand, of the permanency of the
repairs, boats will continue to load and unload at the
Basin, on this side of the River, during the balance of
the season.
Commirrxxs OF VIG IL CF.—We have endeavored
to correct tho mistakes made in publishing the names
of the gentlemen who form the several Committees
of . Vigilance, but as we had not the original copy,
there may still be many uncorrected. As the mutter
cannot appear in our weekly until next Saturday, we
will have time to make any further corrections that
may be required fur nur country edition.
port of Pittsburg!).
Reported by Shcblc and Mitchell, General Steam
Boat Agents, Water street.
*Daily Beaver Packets
Belfast, Smith, Wheeling-,
North 'Queen, McClain, Wheeling,
* Bridgewater, Boiea, Cincinnati,
Oella, Bowman, Brownsville,
Alpine, Cockburn, Brownsville.
* Daily Beaver Packets.
Muscle, Martin, Shousetown,
New York, Greenlee, St. Louis.,
Gatlin, Bowman, Brownsville,
Belfast, Smith, Wheeling,
Daily packet for Elizabeth.
All boats mat ked thus ( 5 ) in the above list, are provi
sled with Evans' Safety Guard to prevent the explosion
of steam boilers.
Wa3hingtonian Canso.
UST received from New Yolk, 3000 copies of the
Youth': Temperance Advocate, for September, a
cc paper at I cent a month, or 19.4 a year in ad
:, Also, 50 copies of the American Temperance
al, for September, at 64. :25 copies weekly of
iusburr,h Weshington Banner, permanent tempo-
e documents, annual reports, Ilyinn and singing
.ks, Arthur's temperance tales, Washington Tempe
trice Society, Uncle Hugh, and a variety of very cheap
•mperance documents sod school books and stativaa
e, for sale low, on accommodating terms by
sep 1G
AZt aid Cum. Morch't, No. 9, sth st.
Mat and Cap Manufactory. .`: 1111 at
N 0.93 Wood street, 3 doors below Diamond Alley.
T HE subscriber will keep constantly on hand every
variety oldie In rstfaillionable II AT3 and CA N,
Nvloleside and retail. at reduced prices.
Persons wishing to purchase will find' it to their rate
'vest to give hirn a call. S. NIOOIIE.
Pittsburgh, zing. 29, 1313.
ni-S 41.
i l_lr ground and polished, anvils and other ki i F
grinding done at the Cat Steel Pile Munufartor‘, ror
'tier of Liberty and 0 • IIara strecte. nog IS
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v ir H E undersi:med will offer at PUBLIC SALE, or
• Lease, on Saturday, the 181 A of November next,
itt. 10 o'clock, A. M., that valuable property, on the
south side of the Monongahela river, opposite this city,
lately laid off in lots, embracing between 20 and 30
Items of ground.
This is well known to be the mast advantageous la
'caticn for manufacturing purposes in the vicinity of our
treat manufacturing city, having an extensive front on
"the river, and extending back to Coal Hill, celebrated
for the quality of its coal over any other, and in which
immediate vicinity and extending back arc inexhausti
ble mines; railways from which can be run directly in
to works on this property, as is now done in the neigh
borhood. There arc also several strata of coal beneath
the surface on this property, which will be valuable in
tithe, by the use of shafts, one of which is ascertained
beto l2 to 15 feet in thickness.
A portion of the property being elevated above the
pieper level, and the clay being of the best quality for
brick making, can be used very advantageously in im
Its advantageous location for Manufacturing and
Building, the Slick Water Navigation of the Mononga
hda, its being nearly opposite the mouth of the Penn
sylvania Canal, and affording every facility for the re
ception of materials by river, at all seasons when navi
. gable at any other point in the vicinity of the city, its
proximity and connexion with which,as will be the ease
by a bridge so soon it beconies occupied, altogether
render it in every point of view, one of the niost desira
ble locations for investment anal ' improvenient.
Notwithstanding the number of extensive Works
which have been erected within the past few years;man
ufacmres have never flourished more successfully than
at present, the yearly increasing extent of our city, the
immense emigration to the West, and its unequalled
• rapid settlement, which our city must ever, as it now
does, most advantageously supply with manufactUres,
ill yearly increase the demand, and great as is our
haracter as a manufacturing place, when we review
the great increase in number and extent of our manu
factures within the past few years, we must consider it
in its infancy, as the great manufacturing and commer
teial point it is destined to become.
iln addition to the manufacturing of Iron, Nails, Glass,
Cngines and Machinery, Cotton Yarns, &e. which are
.operateil advantageously here, we require in this region
:manufactories of Cotton Goods, as the immense quanti
41ies of these articles yearly brought from the East for
9,nd Western and Southern maskets evince, the
profits to the different hands generally through which
Ale s y pass !between the manufacturer and the western
'merchant, .would satisfy a manufacturer; in addition
•tbere'is the carriage west to cast of the materials, and
vast to west of the manufactured articles, besides insur
tance, time, &c., offering every inducement to comp•m
ies of our own or Eastern Capitalists beyond competi-
Applications have been made for a number of years
.past for locations on this property for Manufacturing
and Building purposes, and itlas been laid off into lots
containing nearly an acre on the river, for the former,
anii9.4 by 109 feet for the latter purpose, fronting on
SO feet streets, and w 9 feet alleys.
It will be sold in a body, (exclusive of a few lots) or
portions will be sold togeaier to suit the views of indi
widuals or companies wishing to purchase, or otherwise
separately in lots. Some lots may be exchanged for
buildings on this property, or for a farm.
The terms will be made perfectly easy, only a small
portion required down, and the remainder in a term of
Tears, payable annually or otherwise.
It is not desired to dispose of the property under the
late and still existing depression of real estate, except
fonts fair value, but from the frequent applications for
its purchase, and the inducements offered at present for
iimprovements, every article and expense connected
Itherewith being so low, it is considered the present
pmeesion for these purposes by persons or companies
of wealth, would be so advantageous to them, together
with the terms on which it is offered, that induces the
offer of sale at this time. NEVILLE B. CRAIG.
Committee of Mrs. Sidney Gregg.
ug I-lawd&wts
The subscriber lancing returned from the East with
the latest style of Hats, has now on hand and will con
stantly keep a large assortment of his own Manufac
ture, which for lightness, service, beauty, and cheap
ness, cannot be surpassed, and would respectfully in
vite his friends and the public to examine his stock of
Hats and Caps, at the Aianufactory, No. 73. Wood st.
Dissolution of Partnership.
T II E Partnership heretofore existing under the firrn
of DICKEY and ALEXANDER, is this day dissol
ved by mutual consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sept. 1, 1843. WM. G. ALEXANDER.
JAMES DICKEY respectfully informs his friends
and the public, that he still continues in the Transpor
tation Business, at his Warehouse, CORNER or LIBER
TY AND WAYNE STIEETS, Canal Basin, under the
name of the "Independent Portable Boati Line,"
where he will receive and forward freight to the East at
the lowest terms. Sept. 4—tf.
6;)flil LIGHT HIDES, suitable fur Upper
1_ y k_.l 1J Leather.
900 heavy Spanish Hides, 1
250 city slaughter do.,
700 Madras Goat Skins,
In store and for sale by
N 93 Liberty At.
;12-11n;z .. .v.!
Bureau of Prositious ..I. Clothing,
August 14, 1843.
EALED PROPOSALS, endorsed 'Proposals fur
Beef," and "'Proposals for Pork," as the case may
be, will be received at this office until 3 o'clock P M., on
Monday, the second day of October next, for furnishing,
and delivering, free of all cost and risk to the United
Seven thousand eight hundred barrels of Navy Beef,
And seven thousand eight hundred barrels of Navy
each barrel to contain not less than two hundred pounds
net weight of Beef ur Pork; no excess of weight in eith
er article will be paid for. ,To be delivered at the re
spective Navy yards and Naval Stations as follows:
DU*. 9 Beef. Bbls. Pork.
At Portsmouth, N. H., 4 94
At Boston, Mass., 2,258 2,258
At Brooklyn, N. Y., 2,565 , 2,563
At Philadelphia, Pa., 107 107
At Baltimore, Md., - /5
At Washington, D. C , ' 97
At Norfolk, Va-, 2,563
At Charleston, S. C., 15
At Pensacola, Florida, 41
.:I.t New Orleans, La., 47
Said Beef and Pork oust be delivered, one-half be
tween the first day ofJunary, 1844, and the 15th day of
April, 1844; and the otherhalf by the 15th day ofJ une,
1844, unless earlier deliveries should be required by
the Chief of the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing.—
Offers must be made for each half separately ancT dis—
tinctly—that is, fur the half deliverable betwen first of
January and 15th of April, and for the half deliverable
by 15th June, 1344.
The Beef must be packed from well fattened cattle;
slaughtered between tle., first day of November, 1843,
and the first day of February, 1844. and weighing not
lass than six hundred pounds, net weight each. The
legs and leg rands of the hind quarters, and the shins
and shoulder clods, and atleast eight pounds from the
neck end of each fare quarter, or the parts Nos. 1, 2 ;
and 3, on the drawing or delineation of the 'fare and
hind quarters of un ox. which will be attached to and
from a part of the contract, must be wholly excluded
from each barrel and half, and the remainder of the car
cass must be cut in pieces of nut less than eight pounds
The Pork must be parked from calm fed well fatten
ed hags, slaughtered betwqm the first day of November
1843, and the first day ofFebruary,lB44, and weighing
not less than two hundred pounds each; excluding the
he3ds,ioles, necks, shoulders, hams, legs, feet and hi ctl,
and all refuse pieces; and most be cut in pieces wei.di
ing rimless than six rounds each.
Both the Beef and Pork must be salted with at least
one statute bushel of Turk's Ishuni, Isle of Alan cr
ilbe's ' , att.; and the Beef must have five ounces of fine,
pulverized saltpetre to each barrel, exclusive ofa pickle
to be made front fresh water, as strung as salt will
make it.
One-third the quantity of Beef and one-tl.ird the
quantity of Perk must be packed in half barrels, and
contain one hundred pounds net weight of each, as
the case may be.
The barrels and half barrels must be made of the
best seasoned white oak or white oak staves and head
ing; if of the farmer, to be not leas than three-fourths of
an inch thick; if of the latter,to be not less than one inch
thick forbarrels, and three .fourths of aninch for half bar
rols; and to be hooped at least three-fourths over with
the best white oak or hickory hoops.
Each barrel and half burtel must be breaded on its
head "Navy Beef," or Navy Pork," as the case may be,
with the contractor's name, and the year when pack. d.
The Beef and Pork will be inspected by the inspecting
officers at the respective navy yards and stations afore
said, and by some •sv.mra inspector of salted provisions,'
who will be selected by the respective commanding
officers; hut their charges for such inspection roust be
paid by the respective contractors, who must likewise
have the barrels put in good shipping order, to the sat
isfaction of the commandants of the respective navy
yards and stations aforesaid, after the inspection, and
at their own expense.
Bidders must specify their prices seParutely anti dis
tinctly, in separate orders for the Beef and for the Park;
and for each of the places of delivery, covering all ex- 1
penses and all charges.
The DepartMent reserves to itself the right to reject
all offers from persons who have heretofore failedto ful
fil their contracts
Bonds in one-third the amount of the respective con
tracts will be required, and ten per cc/auto in addition
will be withheld from the amount of each payment to
be made, as collateral security for the due and faithful
performance of their respective contracts, which Avill on
no account be paid until the contracts are complied
with in all respects, and is tube forfeited to the United
States, in the event of failure to complete the deliveries
within the prescribed periods. And in case of failure
on the part of the contractors to deliver the aforesaid
beef and pork within the times specified, the Chief of
the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing shall have the
right to direct purchases to be made to supply the defi
ciencies, and any excess of costs shall be charged to
and paid by the contractors. Payment will be made
by the United States (excepting ten per centum ttl be
withheld until the completion of the contracts, as be
fore stated,) within thirty days after the said beef and
pork shall have been inspected and received, and bills
for the same shall have been presented to the Navy
agents respectively, duly approved by the commandants
of the respective Navy Yards and Stations, according
to the terms of the contracts.
The parts of the beef to be excluded will be particu
lady designated in the engraving to be attached to the
contracts; persons interested can obtain them on appli
cation at this office.
Successful bidden will be forthwith notified of their
acceptance, and a contract and bond will be transmit
ted to them, which must be executed and returned to
this Bureau within thirty days. aug 19—t305.
Dissolution of Partnership.
T HE partnership heretofore existing under the
style of Devine& M'Anulty, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent, H. Devine is to collect all sums
due to the concern, and pay all claims contracted for
the concern up to this date.
Pittsburgh, Sept. 1. 1843
H. Devine respectfully informs his friends and the
public, that he still continues in the Transporting
business, and that he has removed the office of the U.
S. Portable Boat Line, to No. 4.5 Water Street, next
door below Lewis Hutchinson, where he will receive
and forward Freight to the East, on the very lowest
terms. H. DEVINE.
Sole Leather.
59 ri SIDES of Baltimore rind New York
~..„01_, Solo Leather: a:so a general assortment
of Morocco, Lining and Binding Skins, for sale by
sep2i3lm4mr2t. - No. 83 Libert, m. , ',sea.
Little Pilirrima.
Asequel to the "Tailor's Apprentice"' received at
FOSTER'S Literary Depot, St. Clair st. eppo•
site the Exchange. Sept
SH ra A te ß sa E l S e, A by lleghenj O ß H ri zs d , S D.p V is at pri
sep 11 Corner of Wnthrl and Fifth stnacts.
14CKEREL-16 Illds. No. 9 Mackerel, just
received and for sale by
43 Wood st.
NINA! NlNA!—This great work by Fredericka
Bremeris received at Foster's Literary Depot,
3t.. Clair street, opposite the Exchange Hotel. Price
/81 cents. scp 8-6 t
To Niel chants and Others.
AGENTLEMAN, who thoroughly understands
Book Keeping, wishes a situation in that capa
city: the best of references will be,gi yen. Address H.,
at this office. aug 28—tf
SMOKED HERRINGS.---;13 boxes smoked her
rings just received and for sale by
43, Wood street
Coughs and Coldsi
known cure tbrthe complaints, can be obtained
at TUTTL'ES 86 Fourth st. Only 25 cents per bot
tle. sent 12.
Lace Loather.
111 SIDES Lace Leatiier,a very superior article
SIJ for sewing Machine Belts, for sale by
.No. 83 Liberty at.
SCJ 2-di mStw2t
John D. Davis,
Corner of Wood and sth sts., Pittsburgh,
T ready to receive merchandize of every description
1 on consignment, for public or private sale, and
from long experience in the above business, flatters
himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with their patronage.
Regular sales on /MOND/. YS 11.11(rTFIORSDLYS, of Dry
Goods and fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of Groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles, new
and second hand furniture, &c., at 2 o'clock, P. M. •
Sales every evening, at early gaslight. aug, 12.—y
A Dry T DAVIS' Comm Good s
eiciat Auction.
al Auction Rooms, corner
Wood and Fifth streets, on MONDAY NEXT, Sept.
18th, at 10 a'clock, A. M., will be sold without reserve,
in lots to suit purchasers, a large lot of Dry Goods,
Broad Cloths, various colors; Cussinetts and Cassi
mares; Flannels, Hosiery, Chintses, Shawls, Blankets,
Muslins, Kentucky Jeans, Boots and Shoes, 10 cases
Hats, cloth and fur Caps.
AT 2 O ' CLOCK, P. M.
A so:id Iron Roller, twenty inches long by about SCVCI
in diameter, having an extra fire surface. One Puin
mill, in good order; 3 chests carpenter's tools.
Boob and Stationary at Auction.
A T Davis's Commercial Auction Rooms, corner o
LA. Wood and sth streets, THIS EVENING Sat
urday, Sept. 16th, at 7 o'clock, a quantity of new and
old Books, Stationary, &c. J. D. DAVIS,
sep 16-1 t
AFurniture at At
A T Davis' Commercial Auction Rooms, corner
Wood and sth streets, on Monday next, Sept.
18th, at 2 o'clock, P. M., will be sold, the Household
and Kitchen Furniture of a family leaving the city, com
prising in part:
Mahogany secretaries and hook case,
Do bureaus,
Do frame spring hair seat cola: and chairs,
Fancy Windsor and common chairs,
Dining, breakfast and card tables,
Fancy sewing and wash stands,
Mantel glasses, hall and astral lamps,
Ingrain and nig carpets, hearth rugs,
Brass, wire and iron fenders,
Steel and brass fire iron s ,
Feather beds and bedding,
Hair and straw mattresses,
1 piano forte, 1 mantel clock
Also, kitchen utensils
sop I4—ts
WILL be sold Excur'
at 3 tos Sale. , o'clo..ik, on SATURDAY af
ternoon, the 23(1 instant, at the late residence of
Aaron Hart, deceased, Grove Ilill, by order of the Ex
One Horse, one milk cow, a number of young hogs,
one waggon and harness, sundry farming utensils, on%
Sideboard, and sundry articles of household furniture.
Terms at sale, JOHN D. DAVIS,
sept 14.
William C. Wall,
Plain and Fancy Portrait and Picture Frame
No. 87, Fourth street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
C ANVASS brushes, varnish, &c., for artists, always
on hand. Looking Glasses, &c., promptly fia.
med to order. Repairing done at the shortest notice.
Particular attention paid to re,gildin,g and jobbing or
every description.
Persons fitting stamboats or houses will find it to
their advantage to call. scp 1.0-y
!Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet
Iron Ware,
No. 17, F)'h gtreet, between Inc& and Maniel,
Keeps constaiu/y on hand a good assortment of wares,
and solicits a share ofpublic patronage. Also, on hand,
the following articles: shovels, pukenA, tongs, gridirons,
teakettles, pots, ovens, coffee mills, &c. Mer
chants and others are invited to call and examine for
themselves, us he is determined to sell cheup (ht. cush or
mar 7—tf
Canal Basin, corner Wayne and Liberty streets, Pitts
burgh. Agent United States Portable Boat Line.
sept 4-3 m.
D CAWFIE LI) has re:noved his nrixble Estirb
. lishnlent to Wood :sr. opposite Fahnestock's
Druo . Store, where he will keep constantly on hand
Toni Stones, :Monuments etc. ap 19-Iyr
raft Painter, Fourth st., 3d story Burk's Buil
ding. J. Osborne would solicit a call from those wh
desire Portraits. Spcimens can be seen at his moms
JUST RECEIVED and for sale on consignment,
7 'Olds bacon,
7 lards snar,
Can be seen at the store ofJacob Painter & Co.
aug. 29 J. K. MOORHEAD & CO,
A BOUT the last week in June, in a Clothing Store
in Liberty street, a Note of hand, considerably
soiled and worn. It is signed by James Gaston and
another, and drawn in favor of W. Black. The own
er can have it by identifying it, and paying expenses.
July 31.—tcf.
FOSTER, at the St. Clair Street Literary De
pot. has just received a small let of beautiful straw col
ored and green Letter Paper, which he sells at the ex
traordinary pricv of 1.2 i cents per quire. sepl3-6t.
THE HUTTED KNOLL, Cooper's last novel, for
ERARY bEPOT, oppoeile the Exchange. •Prize=2s
per volume.
All sorts of Clothing and wearing apperal. Please
call at No. 151 Liberty street, and see for yourselves.
sop 7. J. McCLOSKEY.
A LL THE MAGAZINES for Septertiber have been
tij received at the Si. Clair street LITERARY
DEPOT opposite the Exchange. sep 8-6 t
Merchants and Manufacturers' Scrip
Exchange Bank Scrip
Eric Bank Scrip
Oa Philadelphia
New York..
Bank of Pittsburgh .
Merchants and Manufacturers: bank
Do. Hollidaysbu rgh
Bank of or America
Do Northern Liberties._ „.
Do Pennsylvania
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania
Parmer4' and Mechanics' bank...
Kensington bank
Manufacturers and Mechanics' ... .
Philadelphia bank
Schuylkill "
Southwark ..... "....
Bank of Penn Township
Girard bank
U. S. bank and branches .
Bank of Germantown
" Chester county ........ ... ......
" Delaware county
" Montgomery county.... .... ..
" Northumberland
Farmers' bank of Bucks c0unty........
Easton bank ..... ...... .
Doylestown, bank .... , .. .... .... .......
Franklin bank of Washington
Bank of Chambersburgh....
" Middletown .... ........
" Gettysburgh
Be :
k . 8
cau S at u ya
sq b ue nk hanna c0unty..........
Columbia Bankand Bridge Company....
Carlisle bank
Erie bank
Farmers and Drovers' bank
' " Bank of Lancaster
Bank of Reading
Harrisburg bank
Honesdale "
Lancaster co. "
Lebanon "
Miners' bank of Pottsville
Monongahela bank of Brownsville
New Hope and Delaware Bridge company
Northampton bank
Towanda bank....
Wyoming bank
West Branch bank..
York bank... -
Belmont bank of St. Clairs-rille
Clinton bank of Columbus
Columbiana bank of New Lisbon
Circleville (Lawrence, cashier).
" ( iVarren, cashier)_...
Cincinnati banks
Chillicothe bank
Commercial bank of Lake Erie
Dayton bank
Franklin bank of Columbus 14
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank of Steubenville Li
Farmers' bank of Canton 40
Geauga .
Lib miltcrn
Lancaster i .
Mechanics' and Traders', Cincinnati
Mount Pleasant
Norwalk .
Scioto. .
Stale bank and branChee
Stale Sc rip
All banks
Male book
Bank of Illinois, Shaunectown
Bank of the Valley of Virginia 1
Bank of Virginia
Exchange bank of Virginia 1
Farmers' bank of Virginia - . .. .. - - • • .. ...I
North- IVestern bank of Virginia., ..1
Merchaids' and Mechanics' bank of Virginia— ..1
Branches... .. . .. . •
Baltimore City banks.
All °hich solvent banks
All solvent banks
All solccnt banks- . . .
All Ao hog blist:lcb
Mobile banks..
Country banks
New Orleans banks (g00d)....
All hanks
The proprietors of the Mortstso POST and. MElt-
CURY AND MANUFACTtiREII respectfully inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they have
a large and well chosen assortment of
r 3IIE" - 3111C1En"...E,
auz• ai1.c2232/4.110
Necessary to a Job Printing Office, and that they are
prepared to execute
Books,l Bills of Lading, Circulars,
Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards,
Handbills, Blank Checks, Hat Tips.
2111 Mobs of Blaufts,
Stage, Steamboat and Canal Boat Bills, teia ap
propriate cute,
Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable
We respectfully ask the patronage of our friends and
the public in general in this branch of our business.
July 31, 1843. PHILLIPS Sr SMITH.
NY or neighborhood, a good place as Coach
man, Groom or Waiter by a sober. experienced sin
gle man,who can come well recomend.ed, and will make
himself ceneraily useful. Also, wanted places for a
numher of mechanics. coachmen, laborers, waiters,
farmers, and men and boys fur all work in town or
country. Please apply at HARRIS' Agency and
Intelligence Office, No. 9 Fifth street.
sep 7
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err Mtge
For Sale,
T OTS on the North East corner of Coal Lane azai
_.1._1 High Street'Apply to
Deaver and Warren Packet IiENJAMIN DARLINGTON,
~n mu, 111 E canal packet ERIE, .1 At sop 10 Market near Fourth street
Si to. tita,kt, w ill run as regular trt-
Par Rent.
IN eekl packet La tn Cell the above named ports, least , t , , , ..- Tha t COTTAGE, chatted in the Borough of
Beaver on 11.101,1a N -. Weclle , ll z, and Fridays' mom. --Lai Lav% rOnCONII e, at
ecctiptcd by John
I , lz, leave, Warren on • ftte, lay ~ llt xr.>4 3at :d Sat- Parker .
Incla ) ,; cJnnet ti 1 , : 1, Lt.l Li , 'Naze Lines to Cleveland The place has a very NC ~ ,, .., r , 1, - . ‘r and good assort::
direct, For freizht or pa age apply on board, or to ment of fruit trec:,. :Clc person r. r,ITZ can have the
BIft..IIINGI - 11:',1 & CO., l'ittstutrzh„ priyi!ege of engaz , L" for th e ensuing year. Posses
J S DICKEY, Beaver.l .io 1 ;Ise% on the Ist of 0-tobor ~ xt
---------------,_ Apply at No. 5 Coarn-rclal Rev,, Ltherty stroot
tztrat . ms s :''°'
_tts_gr , .4./..14 t 4 for to 11'm Tormin, Sraithfie.d etr-L ,
aag;j: ; , : — . r . 4:
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184 3 .
I Par Rent.
TIARE REDUCED.—II. S.:NI tIE. LINE OF S FACES I •t!! . , PI ROVE HILL, the late residence of
1: AND RAIL ROAD CArts, from Pittsburgh, via Bed- ial 'or An Hart, deceased. The place=
ford, Chambershurg, Harrisburg and Lancaster, to is well stocked with , hoice fruit trees, vines, &e.
Philadelphia, connecting with the Main train ofcars to I Also, a convenient tenenient lately occupied by EL i
N. Y. &c. Only 150 miles staging and one night out. ;Langhorne.
Also, the direct line to Baltimore. Possession will be given on the first of October next.
Fare to Philadelphia 89. i For terms apply to 'GEO. COCHRAN, Ex r..
Baltimore 9. I
, -_
To Rent.
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M.
aug 22-tio 2 ____
Office 2d door below the Merchants' Hotel Wood sr.. I TILEASANT rooms and read steam power, at the
MENDELL, G.R.A.ILVM, WAUGH & Co., IJ_ cast steel file manufactory, canter of Liberty and
feb 23, 1843-Iy. Proprietors. i O'Hara streets. Apply on the premises. july 16:
The Great Central Route I .._____
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eman's Piro Brick for ale.
Via. National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Raul' IF UST F
re re
ceived, 5000 Freeman's best Fire Brick,
Road Coo:pang. i till which will hereafter be kept constantly on hand
i l and sold low for cash,.by BIRLMING RA..11 & CO.
1 . 7 4 -_,,, - ,...•-i .... ." . ?„ .. ,,,,, 'L .FE:S ,.
.-1,1..- . - „ , r ,
4, X- ~p--{C. .:„..i„....: 1
_ ._._._.. n - ray 27 No. GO Water at.
e...lLat: - t ll A . ''''' :.! ' -il i Landreth's Garden Seeds.
NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR i A full supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds always 04
WASIIIN6TON CITY, BALTIMORE, PII/LADELPRIA ' hand and for sale, at hiss ency, the Dr 17,7 store of
AND NEW Yoa ß .
Fr HIS line is in lull operation and leaves Pittslairgli sep 10 181, .1
Liberty st.. . L. S
he • OWDEN,
II ad of Wood.
_L daily at G o'clock A. M,, via Washing,tun Pa.
and national road to Cumberland, connecting here : Peach Tree.F
p THE subscriber has just received from the Nur=
with the rail road Co's to all the above places: Tray. ') &111
seers will find this a speedy and cornfortabl e roato, l sett i t b e i ng a s ep arate and distinct pi tt ,i,„,, , ,, an d cwn yof Landreth and Fulton, near Philadelphia-,
.; i a lot of the choicest varier: oieac
berland line, facilities will be afforded which have not would call the attention of the pubh trees, to which ha
been heretofore enjoyed. Extra coaches furnished at F. L. SNOWDEN, '
the shortest notice. with the prig liege of going through ! Lily 3. No. 134 Liberty sr. head of Wood.
. ___________._______
direct or taking one nights rest at their option. DR...itcL.A..V7.6 LIVP. P.U.LS.
For tickets, apply at our office at the Monongahel a T
House. HEREBY certify that I have known a number of
L. W. STOCKTON. ;_L people who have taken. Dr. :McLane's Liver Pills,
feb 3—dtf. President of N. Ti. Stage Co. ' and have been much benefitwd be thorn. and I believer
— llegula - F - Piikits, for CizT,EEDILatI. --- i them to be the best pills for live - r
cam-Plaints, and fat'
- ..1 . ::.'"- po ' general use, of any rill now before the public.
~";,, e , j, . ...?.7;.7.
I hereby certify that I have been afflicted for 6 yeara
- .
The Slviftsure, Robinson, M aster, l eave , (..,,,,,. with a liver complaint; and have applied to dinerent
Thursday at 10 o'clock, a. in.
- physicians, and all to little or no effect, until I made . ,
The Cutter, Collins, .Master, leas ,•; es cry Friday at use of Dr._McLane's Pills. In taking two boxes of theta
10 o'clock a. m.I am nearly restored to perfect health.
The Montgomery, Bennett, .Ma;qer, lea% es every Sat- 5.% ML'EL DAVIS.
Millersburgh, near Pittsburgh, August 16, 1843
urday at 10 o'clock a. m.
C -- - - - - For - . , 10 n t tlic 1 , -1., q'or- of
The Express, l'arkiri4on, Ahiter, lex. t 3.every Sun- . -: , - ,7 '''' ' -'. ''''
day at 10 o'clock a. rn.
JOHN BIIUMINGHALNI & CO:, aug 2 .. r.; corner 4th and 'Wood streets, Pittsburgh.
Azents -
- par
....no sale
"-ER COMPLeYsia and
it States P.irtiblo Boat Line itcpot. L gem, with co INTtiveneS—Dtt
ss, , eidity of the stomr
ach, hardness of food after meals, hc artl. run, flatulency
liver complaiMs, with pain in the side and shotildm
jaundice. Illinois complaints, dropsy diabetes, gravel;
stone, and inflammation ofthe lungs, are most perfectly
removed and cured by the HEPATIC ELIXIR.
This article has the most astonng effects in curing
dr - I A. McANULTI very respectfully inflorn s hi s complaints of the stomach and die.estiv e organr.—.
G • friends and the public, that he has made arrange- Many highly tespertaLe ir.divid.,nis
meats to continue the agency of the boats forming, the , have been enred. after tryingevery other remedy r
U. S. Portable Boat Line, at t h e lar z;e , n2W WarehUUSO, i vain, and have en in theirnames with permission to
CORNER OF WAYNE AND Lint:nrr sra.; , :E"rs, Canal ! refer to therm It is pleasant to die taste, and -does
Basin, where goods will be received and forwarded not in the least interfere with the daily avocation of tathi
with usual despatch, and on the rnt favorable t erms , taking' it. Many families ofthis city have become so
to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York or Dosten, pleased with the medicine; that they cie it as their
THOMAS BORBIUGE, Agent, ! only family medicine. By using, it occasionally, it
272 Market st., Philadelphia. ! keeps the sumach free front bilious di-orders, and thti
MOORE & CHASE, Agents. liver activ e, with the secretions of the body in the mosi.
75 Bundy's Wharf, Baltimore. ! perfect activity. It is composed entirely of vegetables:
The cure will be gradual, but certain and permanent.
For rule at TUTTLF : e ; 86 Fourth street.
sup G.
. 25
. 50
Sept. 4-3 m
A LLEN KRAMER, Exchange Brol,:cr, No. 16,
Corner of Wood and Third streets, Pittsburq
Pa. Gold, Silver, utd Solvent Bank notes, bought
and sold. Sight cheeks on the Eastern cities, for sale.
Drafts, notes and bills, collected.
Wm. Bell & Co.,
John D. Davis,
F. Lorenzo,
J. Painter & Co., 1 ittsbuzbh • n Pa
Joseph Wood‘vell,
James May,
Alex. Bronson &Co. 1
ohn II Bro Sc, Co.
James .N.l'Candless. } Cincinnati, 0.,
J. R. M'Donald. St. Louis, 1110.
V. H. Pope, Esq., Preslt Bank K Louisville.
.... i~
County Commissioner.
A T the solicitation of a number of friends of ali
political parties, I respectfully offer myself to
the consideration of my fellow-citizens for the office of
County Commissioner. That tm• sentiments may not
be misunderstood, either as to political or private
affairs, I make free to say thut I have been all my life
a 'consistent Republican, in the true sense of the word.
As the country is somewhat embarrassed in its finan
cial affairs, and the reduction of salaries of public
officers has received the approbation of large majori
ties of the people, the undersigue<l would not should
he be so fortunate as to be elected, in any manner at- j
tempt to resist this salutary. reform; should it reach
the office of County COMM i:.Aoner.
apr 6, SAMLTEL
....•-•.-..., And now to wit, Aug 1 . 1'.., 1843: The '<
Con,titutiou of Duquesne Colleee hying been present
ed to, rod perused by, the Court, and the Court having
carefully examined the said instrument, and it appear
lag to the Court that the objects, articles and renditions
therein set forth and contained, are lawful, and not in
jurious to the comfn unity, do direct the -aid writing to.
be filed in the office of the Prothorultary of this Court„
and that notice be ir.serted in the Morning Post. in the
- - _,—... city . of Pittsburgh, for three weeks, setting forth the sp..
plication to this Court, to grant =rich Charter of Inner.
From the Recoil.
To tie vo!crs of .111egh. - nu, cm 7r'2/:---I respect
! .Ittest. A. SUTTON ; Fro.
fully offer myself to your comidemtion as a eandidate . - - • . .
Notice is hereby given. that application has Bern
(indeperulent of parties) for the 0f11.7e. of PRO- poration.,
en. ,,, in , ; made to the Court for a Charte'r fur Duquesne Col,
THONOTARY of Allezh , -nv county, at the
cause is shown to the contrary'
election. As Ido not come befem you recommended;
lege, and that unless ea
within three weeks, the Court will he asked. torrent. ,
by a Convention. those of you to whom I am not per-
sonally known will please examine into my qualifica- said Charter. THOMAS
fur Petitioners.,
dons, &c.; and if so fortunate as to obtain a majority . au g 24-3 w
of your satTraf,ms, I shall endeavor by strict attention
Pease's Efoa.rhaituld Candy.
to the duties of the office, to satisfy you With Milt / Fresh supply iti - a: received fro m New yort. t , e c i.
choice. ALEX MILLER. - for sale at TUTTLE'S, 86 Pennth st.
A LADY who is capable of tatui.ig char; e of a Sept 12.
household, is desirous of obtaining a situation i ------' Proposals for Chain Irmo. --.....__„.,„r„,„„„„
as housekeeper in a private family, or as superintendent-i
A nzse
in a respectable hotel. She would have no objection
Nava' Oritl7,
to leave the city if desird to do to. Fe: fur et info:- ?BO- Washington, Jy 28. OSALS will be received at this Ggice343,
I =tit
motion inquire at this offic ce.
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NIONTOWUN AND PITTSBURGH TURN- to deliver at the Navy Yard e
in this cpteni ity, the follzming
PIKE ROAD.—Notice is hereby given that by Chain Iron, foreighteen Chain Cables,l 11-16'incites
tin act of the General Assembly nfthe Commonwealth in diameter, each 130 fathoms long, constituting ti,As fel
of Pennsylvania, passed the sth day of April, 1843. the lowing bill of Iron, viz: •
subscribers are named as Commissioners in Allegheny 35,100 links 1 11-16 inches in &tame .ter
county, with authority to open books at such time and long. .4(.4 inatee
place as may be deemed expedient by them, for the , 45') links 11;5-16 inter in diameter--221 i inches
purpose of receiving subscriptions of stock, for the I long.
construction of a turnpike road from Uniontown to Pit , s- ; 20 feet 3i inch by '2 . 4 Oval pin.lroz.
burgh. In pursuance of which authority thc sub-ed. t 90 do 2A do '2 do do.
bore will proceed to open books for the purpose of re- . 70 Swivel, 198 Shtekle, and 18 box pieces,
ceiving subscriptions ofstock, payable to "The Presi- t i Specitcation; of the Swirel, - :„Shackle Box pieces.
dent, Managers and Company of the Uniontown and , and C'h-aI pin Iron, t ar. be teen on application at this of-
Pittsburgh Turnpike Road Company," accordin, to j fice; all of the above Iro n , must be the very best An'
the terms of the act of incorporation. Such hock; to i icon, and undergo such proof, under the increadt"
be opened on Monday, the second day of October, and inspection, as the Corr-mat:dant of the Y
at 10 o'clock, A. M., at the Monongahela House. in I subject it to; to be delivered free of exPerl
the city or Pittsburgh, and at the atom of Samuel , Ge , ernment, ar4l in as short a time eft, r- the
Walker, in the borough oi" . Fla ..' -b. is `ideas is posPible. vd . .f.l) •!'.77-1 , 2 , i!: be C. ,
Cii:_ttL r , Sll %LER. . ;fl '''''' ---•
Tiit'iS. I it.;,..11-ELL. ' r-''''''.-
.70SIAII KING. -,ns,,,t r . t of r'..• C...-r..--,:t r.i . 2 , _ ,,
SAMUEL WALKER, , v..,tion mad.- ii-orn each payment of If..
Commissioners jar All. Co Contract is completed. •
aug 29—d.lna. (Advocate and American copy.) aug. 8. '< M, B. SCOTT, Ne.v's :
. 20
Forwarding and Camnaiiiiiii Biercha n - ts, I 4 . 1
A GENTS for the Merchants' Transportation Corn- steam fe
puny composed of the Merchants' Line, Erie the tinae!
Canal; Wnshington, Line. Hunter, Palmer & Cu.'s either fm
Line of Steam boats and vessels on die lakes. Cleve- I Apply n
land Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. Praprie- Peterson
tura oldie Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal. June
Wilkie & Ensworth, No. 9, Comities Slip, N. 1.
R. Hunter & Co. Albany.
Otis Chair, Boston.
Hunter, Palmer & Co., Buffal o ,
M. T. William: S.:. Do‘e, )
Hon. John M. Allen, ;. Cleveland.
Charles_. Gilding:,S J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pitt4burgh.
ap 1 184:3-1%.
I A Lot:
` - 1 - Lan,_
! 181, 182, wadlB4, is CoOk's plan of Lots, on Holmes
Hill. Also, Lots nos. 26, and 27, in Cook's planof Lots
on High street, near thenew Court ::oust. For terms
a pp l y to Z. W, RENIINCITON
sop 10
In Me Dislrict Courl of .. , 111egiteny County, of
July 7'enn, 1843, N 0.93.
( •••••••—••• John Walker. Jr. ,
L. S vs. cl r c.ndilioni rxrci4
.... ' Peter Wilson.
And now, to wit, Angust 26th. 1843, 041 11101.10T1
of G. P: Hamilton, Esq., the Court appoint Frs. II:
Shunk. Esq., Auditor, to distribute the proceeds of rile.
in this case. Flom the Record,
Notice is hereby given to all per..ont , interenPd, thEtt
I will attenJ to the dutic3 assigned to the by the.
Court in the above case, at my rare, in Fourth street,
Pittsburch, on Tuesday the '26th day of September., at
10 o'clock, A. NI FRS. R. sarsx,
aug 30.
ail the. Court of Common. Pleas n Allegheny Coul.
ty, of October TCltl, 134 g. Ao. 130.
F the. ma.:ter of the ro , plirstikon of Du
{L.S. } c to u n e r sne College for Chatter of Incot,
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