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PITTSBURGH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
'For business cards, &c., see firstpage
FALSE.—The alarm of fire on Saturday
Mistaken. There was a fire on Saturday night.—
The shed used at the Hope Cotton Factory, in Alle
gheny, to keep wet and damaged cotton in, was on fire,
and required considerable exertions to extinguish it.
The Uncle Sam was the only engine present, arid play
ed on the fire some time. The Washington Company
thought they saw a light, and started in the supposed
direction of the fire, but after running a considerable
distance, they discovered that the light they were ma
king for was the rising moon, and concluding that it
would not do any harm, they turned back, and didn't
"put it out."
Tae ST. Louts.—By referring to our advertising
columns, it will be seen that the splendid Steamer7St.
Louis, leaves our landing this evening, on her first voy
age to New Orleans. She has been visited by hun
dreds of our citizens, and is certainly as fine a specimen
of a Steamboat, as has ever been seen nt our landing.
We invite the attention of the Cincinnati, Louisville and
St. Louis Boat builders, to this specimenof Pittsburgh
architecture, confident that for beauty of model and
finish, and for capacity,she will favorably compare with
any of our Western steamers. The following are her
dimensions: -216 feet on deck; 190 feet keel; 27 feet
beam; 71 feet hold, and 23 feet floor. She has one En
gine, 8 feet stroke, and 4 boilers, 224 feet long, and 40
inches in diameter. She is intended to run regularly
batween St. Louis and. New Orleans. We wish Capt
Ansbutz abundant success, plenty of freight and pas
sengers, and a total escape from all the dangers of the
IrgiPDr. Lardner, in his Lecture last evening, coin
pletely exploded the idea that the Moon was made of
rieThe Iron county (Clarion) Democrat, has do
churod itself in favor of F. R. SttuNK, for Governor, in
ige-r Steam Boat
;D," T. C. MA Y,
the above and in
my next, 19th inst., at 10
o'clock, A. as. For freight or passage apply on board
The North Bend is provided with Evans' Safety
Guard, to prevent the explosion of steam boilers.
TN consquenee of - the great success of Dr. lard
'nees - Lectures, the Dramatic entertainment s are
postponed fora short period. Due notice will be gi
ven of the fir, t performance.
JAMES I'. GANN, Stage Manager.
In preparation, the spectacle of the •Buttle Imp.
TvEsbAr EVENING, SErTEMBER 12,
And to conlidne nnlit furtlier notice.
11.3 MISS WYMAN, thr• Original and l'opular La
de 'Magician, Mr WYSIAN, Ventriloquist, at SIG
:'.1%;43R %'ARINOAS, .Marionettes..
Particulars in small hills. Admittance 2.5 cents;
"r.bildren half price. Dunes open at 71 u'cluck; to com
mence at S pr.:ciscly. Sept 72.
-Printers' Furnishing Warehouse,
No. 8, Franklin Place, under the Franklin Hotz.re,
T HOMAS F. A DAMS has established at t he above
place a NVarehouse for al.?. sale of Printino Ara
te rinls of every ileSe ript Rut including Bruce ik Co.'s su
perior Printing Types St reduced prices, 'Wells &-
Webb's Premium Wood Types, Cases, Furniture, &c.,
Double and Single Cylinde r Power Presses, Adams'
unrivalled Platen Power Presses. The Washington,
Stahl, Madison, American and Philadelphia Hand
Presses, Ramage's Foolscap and other Presses, Orcutt's.
yankeetard and Billet Press, Ruggle's Job Printing,
Engines, Orcutt's Hand and Power Presses, Austin's
Self-Inking Apparatus, Hand and Standi ng Presses, to
gether with a variety of Printing Machinery, Litho
graphic and copying Presses, by Messrs. Hoe, Worrall,
Tayolr, Ramage, Adams, Austin, Cosleldt, Ruggles,
Orcutt and others, all of which will be sold at manufac
turer's lowest price.s.
SECOND HAND MATER InS.—rrinters and
others will find at this establishment the largest as
sortment of second hand materials ever offered to the
trade, which will enable Country Printers and others
to replenish their offices at a very small expense.'
IrrPrinting materials of all kinds, new and second
hand, sold on commission.
T: F. A. having had nearly twenty years experience
as a Practical Printer in the finer branches of the art,
feels warranted in saying that every article recommend
ed by him shall have no superior in point °Equality, and
that persons relying upon his judgment in selecting for
Itom, shall receive the most entire satisfaction. selecting for
to him (post paid) desiring information
kind relating to the art, will receive prompt and
REDUCED' PRICES OF TYPE.
$0 32 Brevier, •
90 Pearl, $0 46
sh hi subcriber is now stereotyping and will shortly
Wis Typograhia, or Printer': Instructor, giving
cal and minute directions for conducting- every de
ent in an office, at the lcw price of one dollar per
being one half of the price of the former edition.
T. F. ADAMS,
No. 8 Franklin Place.
E DWARD IIL7TA A
WA takes pleasure in announc
ing to the public, that he will publish from his
lithographic press in this city, so soon as the necessa
-4y number of subscribers can be obtained, a large, and
as far as the known geographical delineations allow, an
MAP OF THE OREGON TERRITORY
OF THE USITED STATES.
. Having etotisulte I the best authorities on the subject,
_ obtadieed georraphical information not easily ac
a,i tolative to this portion of our territo
irked, so zonieni e in scenery, so fruitful in its produc
tions, ma eo delicious in its climate.
:irotMr. Houwa. flatters himself that the arduous labor
liejtvy expense incurred by him in laying before
American pitolic, the delineation of this vast and
. important portion of Union, will be appreciated by his
fellow citizens, and the requisite number of subscribers
which he most respectfully solicits, will be obtained.
.'. The Map will be furnished to subset ibers at 25 cents
per copy, and to the trade at the most liberal deduction.
- St Louis, sep 18-3 t
jotS UNDRIES.-50 boxes chocolate,
5 do cocoa,
3 do rice flour,
25 do ground pepper,
5 do Cayenne do.,
36 cans ground mustard,
5 kegs do allspice,
do do ginger,
12 cans do do., together with
every thing in the grocery line, all or adtiqh is offered
at extremely low priers, itir cash.
HAIL:U.IN, JENNINGS & CO.,
43, Wood street
S. G. S. ANSHUTZ,
for the above and
, (Tuesday) at
, aisage apply on
h Evan,' Safety
J UST RECEIVED, per S. B. "Agatha," 102 bar- I
rely Marietta apples, in fine order, consisting of
" 3 reenings," and other varieties', for sale low to close,
by ISAAC CRUSE, 148, Liberty st.
Who has in store, kegbutter, lard, mackerel. fresh
j and good. Always on llsxd, Clover and Timothy seed.
I gen 16-Iw*
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
AT NO. 140, LIBERTY STREET.
T HE subscribers are now receiving from the Ease
a large and well selected stock of Family Ciro.
cerics, which they offer wholesale and retail ut a sma
advance for cash: Call and examine before purchas
elsewhere, and you will find
Young Hyson, Imperial,
Hyson, Hyson Skin
Orange Pecoe, Caper Souchung, Souchong,
Pouchong, Congo, 13ohea.
Loaf, Double Patent, Single Refined
Crushed Loaf, Refined, New Orleans.
FRUITS /ND NUTS.
Pea Nuts. Almonds,
Cream Nuts, Cocoa Nuts, &c
Black Pepper, White Pepper, Pimento,
Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger,
Mace, Nuf meg&
Judd's patent, Sperm, Mould,
Starch, indigo, rice, chocolate, prepared cocoa, va
'negated soap, resin soap, Castilecioap, tobacco, brim
stone,alum, logwood , copperan,saltpetre,madder, chalk,
whiting, scilteratus, rotten stone, &c.
The above and many articles not mentioned, have
been selected with great care in the East by one of the
arm, and we have no hesitation in saying it is one uf the
best stock of Family Groceries offered in this city for
LLOYD & CO.,
scp 16-3 t 140, Liberty street, above St. Clair.
FLATS AND CAPS. fik•
The subscriber having returned from she East with
the latest style of Hats, has now on hand and will COl/.
stnntly 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 Manufactory. No. 73. Wood st.
sep 9-3 m WILLIAM DOUGLAS.
Dissolution of Partnership.
T HE Partnership heretoforeexisting under the firm
ved by mutual consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sops_ 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, CORNEA DP LIRER
TE AND WAYNE STREETS, Canal Basin, under the
name of the "Independent Portable Boat Liac,"
where he will receive artsl forward freight to the East at
the lowest terms. sept. 4—tf.
135 BBLS. a 1
T R t l3 l'r it s l".lN l' - ‘, l' & Co.,
sep:2-dltokw2t. No. 'BB Liberty it
1 300 des. LIGHT HIDES, suitable for Upper
900 heavy Spanish Hides,
250 city slaughter do.,
700 Madras GJat Skins,
La- store and fur sale by
WALI Elt IntyANT ,1 CO.
No. 83 et.
41) n sinEs Lace Leath:l%a very puporior article
kl for sewing- Pir sale by
WALTEIIBRIANT fi CO.,
N. ti 3 Liberty it.
sep 2.-31 tuS:.l% 2 t
SIDES 01 Baltimore and New 'Volk
Splc Leather: RISO a general mi iort meta
of Morocco, Lining and Bit aling Skim:. fir =ale by
WALTER 'BRYANT L CO.,
No. 63 Liberty r,lrcot.
sep 2-d Im4-w2t.
Tie Washingtonian Cause.
• rusT received from New-Yo r k. 3000 copies of the
Youth's Temperance Advocate, for September, a
choice paper at 1 cent a month, or 124 a year in ad
vance. Also, 50 copies of the American Temperance
Journal, for September, at copies weekly of
t Pittsburgh Weshington Banner, permanent tempe
r ince documents, annual reports, hymn and singing
b. oks, Arthur's temperance tales. Washington Tempe
-1 nice Sodetv, Uncle Hugh, aad a variety of very cheap
temperance documents and school books and statioaa
t y, fur sale low, on accommodating' terms by
sep 16 A:.,7't and Cum. Merolet, No. 9, sth st.
41 flat and Cap niannfactory.
93 Wood street, 3 doors below Diamond Alley.
T HE subscriber will keep constantly on linna every
variety of the most fa thianahle 11 S ant] CA Ps,
.vholesale and retail. at reduced prices.
Persons wishing to purchase will tied it to
rest to give hirn a call. S. MOORE.
Pittsbarzh, amr. 29. 1843.
G RINDING AND POLISHING—Sad Irons
ground and polished, anvils and other• hinds of
grinding done at the Cast Staid File Nlanufactory. cor
ner of Liberty- and O'Hara streets. at , . 18
McLane's American Worm Specific. .
T HIS is to certify that with McLANE'S Wonlt
SPECIFIC, a child of mine pa4sed upwards of COO
worms; it is the most powerful Worth Specific now in
Middlebury, 0., Oct. 4, 18.43.
For sale at the Drug. Store of JON. lir DD,
Sept' 12. Corner 4th and Wor
McLane's American Worm Specific.
T HIS is to certify that a child of mine aged 4 years
passed upwards of 30 worms of an astonishing
size, from 4to 5 inches long. In my neighborhood
some dozen of certificates of its astonishing effects could
Poland, Ohio, Oct. 4,1842, fI Ssow.
For sale at the Drug Stored JON. KIDD,
Sept 12 Cotner 4th and Wood etc.
Toothache! Toothache!! Toothache!!!
T HE above complaints can be cured in five min
utes, by using the celebrated .Mus cove its DROPS
which is warranted. There are many imitations and
counterfeit s , ofthe above. The only true and gems
ine article is to be had at TUTTLE'S 136 Fourth st.
Dye Stuffs Jut Received.
C HIPPED LOG WOOD AND FUSTIC, Blue
Vitriol, Camwocal, Mum, and a general stock of
DYE WOODS, in store, and
of for sale at the Drug Store
Corno r 4th and %%ood sts.
JOHN LE FEVER'S
New & Cheap Stock Establishment,
NO 61, DIAMOND ALLEY,
BETWEEN WOOD AND NI tREET STREETS.
T WOULD most respectfully - announc e to the citizens
1 of Pittsburgh and the country generally. that I have
commenced the manufacture of STOCKS, of every va
riety, form and description, and would solicit merchants
and others to call and examine for them-elves, as lam
determined to sell on the most accommodating term,
for cash, and hope, by strict attention to business, to
merit a share of public pat:range. aug. 19-6 tn.
T OI3ACCO.-10 boxes Burto.i's 5 b 1 um!" tobacco,
25 da & Robia.soas do
5 do tjarc'a der
10 do assorted sizes and brands,
just received and fer sale by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.,
43, - Wood street.
AUCTIONEER A ND COMMIS vi
Corner of EVood and sth sts., Pittsburgh,
T ready to receive merchandize of every description
1 on cousignment, for public or private sale, and
from long experience in' the above business, Ratters
himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with their patronage.
Regular sales on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, of Dry
Goods and fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of Groceries, Pittsburgh manufacturod articles,new
and second hand furniture, &c., at 2 o'clock, I'. M.
Sales every evening, at early ems light. aug 12—y
AATILL be sold E ,
at 3 o'elo 's S ale
on SATURDAY nf-
V 1' ternoon, the 23d instant, at the late residence of
Aaron Hart, deceased, Grove Hill, by order of the Ex
One Horse, one milk cow, a number of young hogs,
one waggon and harness, sundry farming utensils, one
Sideboard, and sundry articles of household furniture.
Terms at Sale, JOHN D. DAVIS,
NEW GOODS AT
Zebulon Ilinzey's Comb and Fan
No. 86, Market erect, Pittsburgh.
The Stock consists in part as follows:
Tortoise Shell Tuck Combs,
Do Twist do.
Do Side do.
Do Curl do
Do Dressing do.
Do Pocket do.
Buffalo Horn Twist do.
Do Side do.
Du Dressing, do.
Ivory Fine do.
Do Dressing do.
Do Pocket do.
German Silver do.
Horn Tuck do.
Do Twist do.
Du Texan do.
Do Puff do.
Do Dressing do.
Do Redding do.
Do Pocket du.
Also a few fine Gilt do.,plaiu and •et tops
Rosewood Writing Desks,
Do Dressing Cases,
Do Work Boxes of every description,
Fine Shaving Cases,
Do do Boxes,
Shell Card Cases,
Do Pocket Books,
Chess BOW d
Do Men, from 75 cents to s`2s per set,
Fine Hair and Tenth Brushes,
Wax Dulls, all sizes,
A large assortment of Willow:and Straw Tra
Fancy Work Baskets,
Silk Bags and Purses,
Bead do do
Silk Watch Guards. &c.
Gold and Silver Pencils,
Dn do Thimbles,
Du Breast Pins.
Do Finger Rings,
Do Bracelets and Lockets,
With a rood assortment of Bair Pius, Cuff
Pins, Tapes, Hooks and Eves, Needles, Threads,
sn:p..nders, Buttons, Percussion
Caps. Pocket Books, Knive s , Seii
cors, G.aanan Silver Table
and Tea Spoons,
A lar k assortin la of every description.
The above Siti.•lcs n - rty be had in connectio n with
es 'rV article in thy; variety department. Cull and ex
amine th: , stock—Jr‘y will be sod ut reduced prices
B a rn . S p ti l .c. N k is at pri
sep 11 Corner, ~fIV,I and Filth streets.
William C. Wall,
Pain and Fancy Pare ra it and Pict nce Frame
Mana fa clu rer,
No. 87. Fourth strert, Pittsliorgh, Pa.
C INVISS brushes. arnish, &c., fir artists, always
on hand. Looking Glasses, &c., promptly El a
med to order. lb pairing done at the shorig....t notice.
Particular attention paid to regilding and jobbing or
Persons titling strimboats Or houses will find it to
their advantage to call. sop 10-y
Manufacturer of SAMUEL
Tin, Copper and Sheet
No. 17, Pt 1/7, s (red, between Irood and Mar Act,
Keeps ronsmotly on hand a good asortment of wares,
and solicits a share ofpublic patronage. Also, on hand,
the followingartirle,: shovels, polo N-s, tongs, gridiron 3,
skillets, teakettles, pots, ovens, coffee mills, &c. Met.
chants and others are invited to cidl and examine for
themselves, as he is determined to sell cheap foreash or
C. A. McANULTY,
FORWARDING & COMJIISSION MERCHANT,
Calm! Basin, corne r Wayne and Liberty streets, Pitts
burgh. A7ent United States Portable Boat Line.
arpt 4-3 m.
PCAWFIELD has Re
his marble Estub
• li4lnnent to Wood st. opposite Fahnestock's
Drug. Store, where he will keep consttuttly on hand
Tomb Stones, :Monuments etc. ap 19—lye
DORM:IIT PAINTING. .1. OSBORNE, Port
ll rail Painter, Fourth st., 3tl story Burk's Buil
Osborne would solicit a call from those wh
desire Portraits. Spcirnens ran be seen at his rooms
JUST RECEIVED and for sale on consignment,
7 Weds baron,
7 }aids sugar,
Can he seen Lathe store ofJacob Painter& Co.
aug '29 J. K. MOORHEAD & CO.
_Lk Poun d ,
BOUT the last week in J une, in a Clothing Store
is 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.
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS!! BARGAINS !!
All sorts of clothing and wearing apperal. Please
call at No. 151 Liberty street, and see for yourselves
scp 7. J. MeCLOSKEY.
P arid Cos.
BALM OF AN ld
MSEED, this well
W known cure for the complaints, can he obtained
ut TUTTL'ES 86 Fourth st: Only 15 centi per bot
Dissolution of Partnership.
T HE partnership heretofore exi=ting under the
style of Devine& 11I'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
IL Dine resp?ctfully informs his fric:n-li and the
pub'.l , 7, that ho stilltoutinnes in the Transportinz
bu.zinetk,dnd that he has rernered tliP office of the U.
S. Portable Boat Line, r to No. 45 Water street, next
door below Lewis.Hotelinson, where he willreeeive
and forward Freight to the East, on the very lowest
. H. DEVIN.E.
0 1 11-41 13.111:11 r3IE" lIIVIEs'_IIE 9
Nec„,ary tO a Job Printine, Office, and that they are
prepared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Books, Bills of Lading. Circulars.
Panmhlets, Bill Heads, Cards,
Handbills, Blank Checks. Hat Tips.
2(11 Itinbs of lifautts,
Stage, Steamboat and Canal Boat Bills, with op
Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable
We respectfully ask the patronage of our friends and
the public iu general in this branch of onr business.
July 31, 1343. PHILLLPS & SMITH.
C. A. M'ANULTY
AVAN , TE D I b TTSBUTtGI-1 OR A L EGHE
man, (;room or W C aitr,r hy a caber, exwri , Drccl
nvt - ov!i. t : - Pr•orn - ;..! J.•v 1
I ,r a
nunfner of ' coachmen,
farrneri:, man and boy.% for all work in town cr
country. Please apply at HARRIS' Agency and
Intelligence Office, No. 9 Fifth erreet.
CORRECTED DAILY BY
A. KRAMER, EXCHANGE BROKER,
CORNER OF WOOD AND THIRD STS
.Merchants and Manufacturers' Scrip
Exchange Bank Scrip
Erie Bank Scrip
Bank of Pittsburgh
Merchants and Manufacturers' bask .. .par
Bank of North America ...
Do Northern Liberties
Do Pennsylvania ...-
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank..
Manufacturers and Mechanics'...
Bank of Penn Township
U. S. bank and branches.
Bank of Germantown
" Chester county
" Delaware county.
" Montgomery county
Farmers' bank of Bucks county..
Easton bank .....
Franklin bank of Washington....
Bank of Clcombersburgh
" Susquehanna county
Bcrkg county hank
Volumbia Bank and Bridge Company. -
Farmers and Drovers' bank
" Bank of Lancastcr
" Bank of Reading.
Harrisburg bank .
Lancaster cu. "
....... ........ .....
Miners' bank of Pottsville
Mononorthela bank of Brownsville ...
Ni'e Hope and Delaware Bridge company_
Belmont bank of St. Clairsrille.
' Clinton bank of Columbus
Columbiana bank. of -Vero Lisbon
Circleville (Lawrence, cashier).
" ( Warren, cashier)...
Commercial bank of Lake Erie...
Picinklin bank of Columbus
Farmers and Jlechanics' bank of Steubenville-1i
Farmers' bank of Canton 40
G ran vale
Lanca , ;', r
Mechanics' and Traa',Ts; Cincinnati
Slate bank and branches
Bank of Illinois„tihatrncrtamn
Bank of the Valley of 'Virginia_ 1
Bank rf Virginia . -.1
Exchange bank nf Virginia . .... ..... 1
Farmers' hank f Virginia
North-lVcstc In hank of Virginia.. .. .. ~. 1
Mercha-nis' and Mecha II i CS ' bank of Virginia ~. ..1
Branches . ...
... . • . . • .. .1
Baltimore City banks....
All other solvent banks.. ......
All solvent bank 5.........
Jew Orleans banks (good)._
DOOK AND 308
w. CORNER OF WOOD .t FIFTH STS.
The proprietors of the MORNING POST' and MER
CURY AND MANUFACTURER respectfully inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they have
a large and well chosen as:ortment of
- - - • par
- .. .110 sale
... ...... 50
ALLEN KRAMER, Ere'
Corner of Wood and Th
Pa. Gold, Silver, and Solven
and :old. Sight choel:a on the 1.
Drafts, !lotus and bill:, collected.
Wm. Bell &, Co..
John D. Davis,
J. Painter Co.,
JO, - 'ph Wood well,
Alex. Brouson& Co.
John 1.1.8r,,w0 & Co.
Jam": 11ECandics:. c Cincinns:l, 0.,
J. R. } St. Lori., Mo.
W. H. Pope, Esq., Prot Banlc Ky. ),
A T the solicitation of a numher of friends of all
po!itira! partics. I respectfully offer myself to
the consideration of rev fellow-citizens for the odice of
County Commissioner. That my sentiments may not
be miAttrlerstood, either as to political or private
affairs, I make free to sav that I have hen all my life
a consistent Republican, in the true se ;:.r of the word.
As the country is somewhat embarrassed in its
cial affairs, and the reduction of salaries of public
officers has received the approbation of large rnajori
ties of the people, the und-r:ig.th , ,,l would not 'should
he be so fortunate as to be elected, in any manner at
tempt to resist this ‘atli.tary reform; should it reach
the office of County Commissione r .
apr 6. SAMUEL HUBLEY.
----- - - ....2
To A,- r: - ?ters of Allegheny ennnty:—l reApret
' fully offer myself to your consideration ac a rundulate
(independent of parties) for the office of PRO
THONOTARY of Ailizhenv county, at the cusuia:z.
election. As Ido not come before vou recommended
by a Cnnrention. tho,c of y‘ia to wipun I am not per
sonally known will plea=e examine ix to qua!itica
&c.; and if so fortunate a` , to obtain a ma j 'ority
of your stdfrae;es, I shall endeavor hy strict attention
to the (kale.; of the office, to satisfy van v - 17h vont
choice. A LEX . MILLtil.
- • - •--. 3
A LIDY )is capTh eof titan eof a
household, is desirou. of obtainin4,7 a situation
as houseLeeper in a private farni;y, or 13 superintendent
in a respectab!e hotel. She would have no objection
to leave the city if desired to do so. For furthur infer
matioa in. ruire at this office. cue.- 21—ti
Bi is. NO. 3 Mackerel, just
I'll. received and bir rlo by
HA ILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.
r NI,-I,N is A.. rt-cuired-1 - t Pas , er' Liierary
3t. Clair stre:l, opposiv.: the Exchange lln d. Price
!Si cent , .
5 , :p Z 341.
To Mei chants and Others.
A GENTLENIAN, who th..rr.e./zhN
Book Ke..Trivz, vvi=h , -F. a situation in that caoa
cit.: the h?.st of references wili h given. Addrp H..
at thi, o Tice. -
ANC]- LETTI:III'API:H. AT 1.:2i CENTS.—
F ,-, TER. tIM $l. Clair : raru De
,l, 'ILs • rs•t- irzaa - ,1,11 . it of c
- sa. , at. :Le ST. CLAIR Ta CT 1 vr. LTT
ERARY Ditto -T., opposite the Exchange. Pri:s--23 I
-;- -1 .--: .. _ ...- 1843. MitiaiMi' 1
N. , ..C..,.
SIisINDART, INGRAHAM & CO., I__ s
Building Lots in Birmingham. -
Forwarding and ennimiscion Merchants, - I 9 LOTS . , suitable for building, most aligibiy sir-
CLE VELAND, 01110. _l_. uOted, and within tiro nainuteo' walk eN.tio
A GENTS for the :Merchants' Tramportation Corn- steam ferry boat landing, will be sold at prices to suit
pany composed of the Met - chants' Line, Erie : the times. The terms of payment will be made easy,
Canal; Wnshington, Line. Hunter, Palmer & Co.'s ' either for cash or such bartera.s can be made available.
Line of Steam boats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve- Apply to the subscribers in Birmingham, Or Mr. F.
land Line, Penm,ylva n i a and Ohio Canal. Proprie- Peterson, No. 4, Fe--y street, Pittsburgh.
tors of the Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal,
JAS. PATTERS N, jr.
I _ ____
Waldo & Ellsworth,
Lots for Sale.
No. 9, Cottiii-ioti Slit', N• /'• 4 Las in Manchester. One and a fourth Acres of
R. Hunter & Co. Albany. I
! Landon Holmes' Hill. Lots nos. 41,12,52,53,54
Otis Chad; Boston.
I 181, 182, and 181, ia Cook's plan of Lots, on Holmes
Hunter, Palmer & Co., Buffalo,
, Hill. Also, Lots nus. '26, and 27, in Cook's plan of Lou
M. T. Williams & Dow, )
'Hon. John M. Allen, } Cleveland. I i.iiiii,iil.2,igthi,
Z. W. REMINGTON
street, near tholl6V Court House. For terms
Charles M. Giddings, 5
J. S. Dickey, Betin,er. sip 10
Birmingha m & Co., Pittsburgh
ap 1 1843-1 v
LOTS on the North East comer of Coal Lane act
High Street. Apply to
Beaver and Warren Packet BENJAMIN DARLLNGTON,
LIIU • S. TILE canal packet ERIE, J. M. seP in
Market near Fourth street
!--- Silaw,master, will run to regular tri-
Weekly packet betwooll the above named ports, leaves For Rent
4...... , Borough
Beaver on Monday:, IV , ..ine , ,day::., and Fridays' morn- . ..:=HI ji ThLawrenceville, a at COTTAGE t
prusent occupied by Jo of
ing, leaves WarriM on Tuesdays, Thur.: days and Sat- Parker.
urday s ; c9uneeii az with the Stage Lines to Cleveland The place has a very fine garden and good assort
direct, For lief .ht or pa, a -.-±: appl e o n board, or to moot of fruit trees. Any person renting can hava the
111 EMI NG 11.1:d S,:, CO., Pittsburgh, privilege of engening for the ensuing year. Posses
J. S. DIC.i.EV, Beaver. sion given on the Ist of October next:
~- .1 1 .. - ---r.---7-7-----,.. Apply at No. 5 Comniercial Row, Liberty street,
..„ 1 , ..., 21. „a r.,.,
or to Wm. Tornan Smithfield street.
• ...- 34; .- 171, Lay ,
~ „ • .. , 2,,, --,- . .S , t . ••v.i..- ..la-v 1 417 sep. 1, /843.
Til 1111 REDL C'ED —I S. II iit Liar OF Srs.G.i.... ta Gizo,.,
1 AND RUT - E HILL, the late residence nfalti
karon Hart, deceased. The place=
fund, Chamb..z 'li Hai iisu g a al, I, La d„,ti_r, to is well stoi Led ii. ithchincr fruit trees, Nines, &c
Philadelphia cu i c tin 't%ntlr M in t -ill ofc us to Also, i coil% enlarit tenamautiatc/. accuPlcd 0 1 t
N. 1 Lc Only 1,0 mil. s 1.-jor and we night out. i Langhorne.
Also, the direct line to &lumen I Possession %‘.ll be i;.- ter, nn the first of October neat;
Fare to Phila 1 'plua
.0 For b nu, app Nto GEO.COCHRAN, Eer.
Balmnor. 9 au., 22 stlo
Lt es d ill , . at 3 o'clock A. 11
Office 2d dour he Iw, th II , ch- ts 'Ltd ki - ood st. T)LEI9 To Rent
4N I' room, and good steam goner, at tiro
MENDI LL, 6R. %II 111, l‘ -UGH &Co , i - cast steel file manufactors, corner of Liberty and
feb 23, 1843-1‘
Pi Jprieto O'Hara streets. Apply on the prrrn.es• Julv 16.
The Great Central Roe Freeman's Fire Erick for Sale.
Via Nal,7n. a l Rome ani Brdintore ou t Oizo Rad if LST received, 5000 Freeman'; best Fire Bilele,
Roc d Cr a pai y op which will hereafter be kept constantly on band
c:. *I 3 C.- 477'.
......f s T 51' SA < ' and sold lot%• for cash, li:, arrt 111 "N GU AII & CO.
,•=•-•' ‘c 6 44a tc - Tts'''' -- e 1 0 4 •7 1 ; ...- ...1V - -S '"' 44 ,% 4 'MI\ • -, I`. 0. 60 Water ets
SS2 . 1 . 9 ',, CN.%e,..4' p._,s4 ''9 - ;.. 'Kr'
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
NEW LINE 01 1. S.I I
31 L COACHES FOR A full supply ot Li Idttli , Garden Seeds always OR
WA.,HIN GTO', CITY, BC! - lath F:, I'IIILITI J ?lilt land - 1 Drugstorel'
i sa,t ill tte o,
:ND Nt As loi A
THIS line is in 1 iL. S NOII DEN,
opri ) i and lea:. s Put shur ,
s p 10 184, Liberty , t head of W ood.
dad , .• at 6 o . hic'sl II ci i 11 asnngton I' a. --- ,-
anci national road to Cumberland, ronnrc tm here
withwiththe rail rood C;., to all the above plat
T ri ,_ ego, TIIE subscriber Peach
ut ast B.
received from the . ur
elers will tied this a speed, and er - a - table route, =ser) of Landreth and I
I o near Philadelphia,
it beimg a separate and distinct Pet bur_h and Cum- a lot of the choicest N ane , v of neach trees, to which
berland line, facinti , will be a - r led which hat e not would call the attention of the pubuc
F I OWEN,
been heretofore rna Ned Extra coaches furl! lied at
the shortest notice with the privilege of going tri-( ugh mat d
direct or taking one nrdits rest at their op ion. .
..\ L S LIT ER PILLS.
For tickets, apply at au Quire at the uMonongahela; r lIEREM certio. tath I hate knot.% n a number of
IW •I OCK fON I r , r pie who have taken Dr. McLane's Liver Plll9,
fi b 3-stiff
Pr ''d `"i -.\' ft St. Stage Co.and have been much benehthd by them, and I believe
Regular Packets, for Cincinnati: — the -, u lie the beat 1 ills fir liter complaints, and for
d' ,•`. -.
, t - . - ,gr neral ise, of any pill now b! fore the public
sell, ' 44 . MICH IEL FORNEY.
_ 1 . 4
I herebN certify that I ha , . e been aflicted for 6 yeah
The Se ift on , Robinson, Mast, r, li ccs even' with a liver complaint; an d have applied to different
Thursday at 10 o ei', a m. - physicians,and all to little or no eject,until I made
The Cutter, Collins, 111 er g 1 e even l't I 1)• at use of Dr. McLane's Pills. In taking tlo bos-..es of theta
10 o'clock a.m e
' l am near!: restored to perfect health.
S AIR LL DAI Is
The VI )o , 91111 n, P I cat, Master, le 1 , ,C ONO') Sat
Mill i sltirgli rear Pat urgh,
s oar 16, 1843
ordl , , at 10 o'clock a.in.
-- 1... Ile he Drugs tre f
The Es press, Pail ins Jr], II i rr hIA t s even'Sur- I t .:- Fors as t 0 c
lON 'ITH 4N KIDD,
'LI. at 10 o'clock 0 ru
JOHN BIR ‘IINGH IM &CO , 1 ati ,, -;2 col ner 4th and II ood treets Pittsburo,b
Lv ER .COMPLAINTS—Dppepsi a and Indi•
with cos tivmics, ascidity of the atom:-
ach, hardness o f food after meals, heartburn, flatulency,
Liver complaints, with pain in the side and shoulder,
Jaundice. bilious complaints, dropsy diabetes, grave),
stone, and inflammation of the hm.2.s. are most. perfectly
rerouted and cured by the HEPATIC ELIXIR.
This artic:e has the inn,: astonishing effects Mewing
A. McA NuLTy i , spectruny iEifoinis Lis all comp:aims olthe stomach and digestivr: organtt.-,
C • friend, and the public, that he has made Lrrange- Many hiyhly respcctabl e individuals in hew' York
meats to comiti,l a,7e;;,:y
the Lays been cored, afte r trying every other remedy in
C. S. Bortahle Boat Liao, at the lur . z e ~‘" arch.U.:e, ain, and have given in their no nit'S ta
re, it misNion to
coltsEdt OF WAYNE AND LIEERTY STREETS. Canal refer to them. Iris pleasant to the tas e.::d 'does
Basin, where good s will be received and forwarded rot in the leant interfere with the daily avocation acme
w i t h usual despatch, and on the most orahle terms, taking it. Many families this city have become 5 °
to Baltimore, Piiiknielnhir.., NOW Tork or Bston . pleased «ith the medicine, that thc , y use it as their
TIIUMAS BoRRIDGE, Azent. only family medicine. By using it occasionally, it
'272 Ahr::ot Phikulelrhia. the stomach free fh on bilious disorder, and the
MOORE l CHASE, A:fents. liver act iv e, ith the secretions of the bale in the most
75 Boody's Wharf, Baltimore. i perfect ;‘t k-it v. It is composed entirelyof vegetable*.
The core will gradual, but certain and permanents
For sale at TUTTLE's, 66 Fourth street.
sited Statcs Lepot.
sept. 4-3 m
•T:f , ! Bl'aker, .16,
irtl streets, Pillsbury;
t Bald: uutrs, bougilt
In the District Court ofAllegheny County, c4l'
July Term, 1843, Nti.93.
3 ~.,..". John Walker, Jr. ?
L. S ;i Vend i" ioni Expons
~......., Pii tor 'Wilson. )
Au.l now, to wit, Aligm.t. 2lith. 1843, On motion
of G. P. Hamilton, Esq., the Court appoint I‘'rti. 14,
Shank Esq., Auditor, to distribute the proceeds of sale
in this case. From the *cord,
A. SUTTON, Pro.
:OtiCC IF, hereby given to all persTms.interested, that
I will attend to the duties assigned to me be the
Court in the alone case at my office, in Fourth street,
Pittsburnh, on Tuesday the `2 , (lth day 'of September, at
10 o'e!,,ek, A. M FRS. R. SHUNK,
n ue 1 - 9.
Court of anymnn Pleas of Allegheny Coun
ty, of October Tr ern, 1343. No. 130.
9:l the matter of the application of Du-
„5 L. s. .1 eant:College fur Charter of 'near
And lIOW to twit, Ang 12, 1643: T
Constitution °lDE:qui:sac College having. been present.
cd to, and perused by, the Court, and the Court having
carefully examined the said instrument, and it appear
inz to tin, Court that the objects, articles and conditions
therein sit forth and contained, are lawful, and not In
jurious to the comTunity, do direct the said writing to
be fi:ed in the offict. - of the Prothonotary of this Conn,
:ual that notice he inserted in the Morning Post, in the
city of Pittsbizrzii, for threo weeks, set tine forth the at,
plioat ion to this C.irt, to erant .tuch Charter of Luenr
-I:oration. From the Record.
Attest: A. SUTTON, Pro.
Notice is hereby given, that applicatio n has beets
made to the Court far a Charter for buquesne
lezo. and that unicsA cau , e is shown to the contntry
within three weeks, the Court will be asked togrant
said Chrirter. THOMAS HAMILTON,
am-2 1-31 Ar Att'y for Petitioners.
Peasc's Eroarhonnd Candy,
A Fresh supplv recrivti from Neu- York, and
for sale at it:TILE'S, 86 Fourth st.
MOKED HERRINGS.—nS box' smoked her
).3 rings just received and for Sale by
UNIONTOWN AND PITTSBURG!' flank
PIKE ROAD.—Notice is hereby given that by
an act of the General Atsembly of the Commonvvealth
of Pennsylvania, pa.asnd. the sth day or April. 18.13. the
subsuribers are named as Cor. - rmiaaioners in Allegheny
county. lri:h authority to open hooks at such time and
place n, may be deem,d expedient by them, for
purpose of receivin,7, gubacril,tior.s of stock, for ti_.,
con-triction ors turnpike road from Uniontoy.ai to Pitts
hurt..h. ID pus tiar.ce ery hich authority the subscri
bers v: iii pr •e- tr , n00n2.. for tar purpose or re
ceivintraub.criptinr.a. orar-ck, rnveldc to "The Pr
de nt . Nrannzera at,d Company ( . :f . the nlonto, and
PD.t-burzh Turnpike Road Cnrnoaity," act - larding to
the rerrn , of rho not of in , n - Dorarl'rrt. Such hookab e to
onnnr,l on MOO,I3yUI PerOild daY er October,
a.IC ol.•lorb. A. M, at .u.?rarcalclk,l4lel:'•f-, in
•11 , , ;•••••'
17 . • r.•
43 Wood st
e:e L OV,
for Sale anb (It fa
HALLMAN, JENNIf\''GS & CO-.
43, Wocci atreet.
, • 7 L;•:L
SAM t; L
4r C C • ffcr eco