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iii4RBDAY btO ELN I NG,. OCTOBER 5, 1843
Fi e r business cards, &c., see first page
PITTSBURGH BOARD OF TRADE.
COMMITTEE TOR OCTOBER.
W. J. Howard—J. B. Semple—George Ogden
- Tait Wit LTII IIR; for the past few days, has been rath
er more cool than comfortable, and x close proximity
to a good fire was a very desirable position. The Ice
,itsgsWe travel roundtovrti nil day, without having their
freight' reduced by sales or evaporation, and the drivers
lashes cold as their own merchandize. Drinking ju
lops, and sucking cobblers through glass tubes or rye
have been superseded by the "mug of punch,''
♦s those who arc not fortunate enough to belong to the
Washingtonian army, prefer to eahilerate themselves
with "sommit 'tit" these cold evenings, instead of their
. farmer soothing draughts. The weather, however, is
delightful, and there are but few who would unt prefe
: she cool, bracing air that we now have, even if it re
quires a little activity to keep themselves warm, to the
•svreltering heatof a few weeks since.
NATURIC •ND Ravxt.ATtosr, by H H. Van Am
' tinge, Esq.—This book is now received, and is for sale
at the office of the Spirit of the Age. Of the doctrines
"of the book we express no opinion. We will only re
' rnark that the author considers the condition of the
-Church, since the period called the Reformation—as
'ts spiritual death and a departure from the Gospel.—
What. the Churches will say to this, we irate to . th m
ted4sasrmine, for in theological controversies we wish to
' take no part.
LECTORS 0$ IRELAND. - 1 12 consequence of other
• " enigageteents, Mr. Robinson will not be able to give
%but one more lecture in this city. Those who take
'an imerest in Ireland's history, or Ireland's wrongs,
‘sbould not fail to attend his lecture this evening. He is
ansecorstplishod lecturer, and every way worthy ofpub_
lie attention and patronage. He leaves for the cast to
'• 'Faust P 511.30 2 ,19 ARRKSTED.--On Friday evening
int', about 9 o'clock, one of the mail bags between this
- cithind*Cleveland, which camel through Poland, 0.,
l tests stOhni from the stage between this city and Econo
' e l, On Monday evening two stage drivers named \Val
:te..r. Mead and John Gemler, were committed to prison
forhearin,g, and on'Tuesday fully committed for trial
at the next term of the United States Court, on the
oath of Robert M. Riddle, Esq., our city Postmaster.
'Otrlssesday afternoon, another driver, John Andress,
was aft/ coir witted for further hearing, by Judge Irwin
X the V. S. Court.
',There appears to be no evido.nco against Gemler, cx
-044 that he drove the stage on the night the mail was
missed. ho denies all knowledge of the affair, and per
teats that he delivered all the mail bags he r,..‘ceived.—
ACe• ' '
711034 AS CARLYLE'S ACCOUNT OP THE
The nth Jane, 1779, was a great and 'memorable
tot in tbat Knlentis of the infant A m , rican Republic.—
For Wise end goad reasons the English A clay left Phil
iltdelphia, with a train of baggage, 19. miles long, for
New York. The latterciry was held duriag the whole
tifthiS Liberty war, this contest between the rnotherand
Ail4liter, by an unnatural mother. Washington left
hi, huts at Valley Forge, nod in imitation of the Ra-. 1
*an Consul who opposed As.itubal, mule a bloody
tiffort to prevent the, unction of the armies of his enemy.
Ola led his staering soldiers towards the sea shore.
life3triteght his enemy and me him on the sandy plains
ltirMtermiuth. And fiza. Lee is swept bark on this
Aring and on that, and i: like to be swept back entire h'.
When V,Vashitieton anives i,t person , and sptaks
promx word or two. ‘•Stond fast," sn'.s the hero,
Stand fast my boys, fur the Virginia and Maryland
litre wilt' soon come to year relief." The hearts of the
American sulaiers leitin.,l at the sound i.l their behoved
n t osl i asth thati;ht. invinnilde Cuicis aal the armed
imerestriries urn mmarch fell is snit., Irma, braentl,
bile republican fire,
IVOallingtaa Oil his (1-nth-defying old fathfiil white
hntse ..allo,teti ailing the line, he wavw<l his 4vvorki
Ireere ' d along his men in the death struggle. The fierce
provincials wrestle with their oppressors, they Meet
the soldiers of the mother country hand to hand, they
iahrtia them: at vvenpoit's point. It was a bloody con
.jitgatioraef carnage, this battle of :11oniniiitth. Mon of
Washed Wood, men speaking the same noble language,
Matti* the death grapple. It wa 4 indeed a bloody cons
-jagAtiAit. It wa., I kill, thou killest, he kills, we ki!l,
pin kill, they kith Bit death had no other weapons of
dastructiAn. Tint sale for seven days had been in the .
13 it qCr Lb, tb ..1 w.•re, fighting by Falhealieit's
ia the 93 it•g. ,NlAny of the combatants
bit ,tll- tlast and di 't isea...h..d by sabre or shat. If
Washington was Fabian:s in O.:tuber 1776, at White
l',taina, hi: was Mareeliu: at :11 min nub. The boilers
oldie day remained with htim, for his enemy retreated
in the night. London paper.
04 die K.tene mastet field, while the troops wore
pissing in review betore Gineral NC:Neil, a stranger
passed throtedi the crowd nod saluted the Gencrabwho
instantly recognized him ;t3 an old companion in arms.
This strnager was Col. Crawford, of Putney; Vt., Gen.
Adiutaru at the battles of Chippewa and
Bridgawitter. After G.nieral retorted to his
•qoarters, he told the following- anecdote of Crawford:
While the eleventh regiment was tulvanchor., I stood
;4t moment near to Crawford. giving hint orders, when
mrisket ball from the enemy passed through his hat
. .find tore up a handkerchief which was snugly stowed
in, the top. Without minding it at all or changing
countenance in the least, Crawford coolly picked up
the.shatterodhandkerchief and placed it on his head,
remarking with a smile, "we will save the pieces," and
darted awpy in the faced the foe to carry his orders.
well known thatin one of Napoleon's campaigns
he'hia occasion for a short dispatch to be drawn up on
the field. Some one- was called for who could write;
anda drummer came forward from the ranks and exe
cuted the writing. - While it was notyet dry, a cannon
bat from the enemy struck so near the drummer as to
throw some earth upon the paper. "It will save the
necessity of sand, General," observed , the drummer,
coolly. Renaparte was so struck-with the bravery of
the rumen that he singled him out from the ranks and
prent'Jted Mtn step by step to a field marshal of France.
YeF . We donut SE•.O, that the courage and coolness of the
Frenehmin was at all superior to what was produced
in Yankee land and exhibited on an American battle
field by Col. Crawford, of Putney.—Keenc (N. II.)
THE MURDER OF MISS HANSON
Our seeders cannot have forgotten the account of
thantardeeof Miss Hanson, in Rochester, N. H., the
pure of which we published a week or ten days
ago. Andrew F. Howard, the murderer, has et nfess
ed.his" crime, and states, that finding Miss Hanson
skate in her house, he tried to Let the money, which he
knew she and her brother had in their possession, with
out. committing violence upon her. As she refused,
however, to give up more than a small sum, he shot her
deliberately through the neck, causing death instanta
neously. He then searched her house, but could only
find ittichat po, Miss Hanson's trunk. containing nearty
$lOOO, bling concealed so as to escape his observation.
Tht muAerer has been committed to Dover jail, with
60 - brother, Who is detained as a witness. N. Y.
WHAT is AT STAKE ?—A national bank with its
eorruptingand torrottinginfluence,is one thingat stake.
Henry Clary caine out boldly for this measare at Day
ton. This is what be meant by a currency reg,uhtted
by the will of the nation. Keep - this before the people
continually. This is a measure which the feds never
will lose sight of. With them a national debt is a na
tional blessing, and the national bank must go with a
national debt. The latter they have managed to secure
—now, says Clay, let us have the former. Ss say the
coon organs all. "A national bunk," said the N.
Courier and Enquirer. "let it be distinctly understood,
is to be established this time and do mistake." This
is the creed of all the Clay wkigs. Keep it before the
AT the solicitation of a number of friends of all
political parties, I respectfully offer myself to
the consideration of my fellow-citizens for the office of
County Commissioner. That my sentiments may not
be misunderstood, either as to political or private
affairs, I make free to say that 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 undersigned would not should
he be so fortunate as to be elected, in any manner at
tempt to resist this salutary reform; should it reach
the office of County Commissioner.
apr 6. SAMUEL HURLEY.
To the voters of Allegheny counly:—l respect
fully offer myself to your consideration as a candidate
(independent of parties) for the office of PRO
THONOTARY of Allegheny county, at the ensuing
election. As Ido not come before you recommended
by a Convention, those of you to whom 1 am not per
sonally known will please examine into my qualifica
tions, &c.; and if so fortunate as to obtain a majority
of your marages, I shall endeavor by strict attention
to the duties of the office, tc satis,y you with your
choice. ALEX MILLAR.
IRESPECTFULLY inform the public that I have
and keep always on hand an assortment of Fire
Proof Safes. The price, in consequence of the ma
terials and labor being much lower, is reduced about
thirty percent- They are kept flr sale at my shop, in
Sixth street, above Smithfield, next to the church on
the corner of 6th street—as also with Atwood, Jones
&Co., and Dalzell & Fleming. In regard to the qual
ity of my safes I leave those persons who have pur
chased and will purchase my safes to attest the util
ity of them. I desire no newspaper puffs on my sufe,;
justice and truth v.-arrant me in informing the public
that all my safes which have been in buildings burnt
down for several years since I commenced have pre
served all the papers, hocks, &c., which they contain
ed. I have a card containing a number of certificates
of the same, which are in'cireulation and in my hands
and the agentes. - JOHN DENNING.
N. B. A few pair of steel Springs for =ale, made by
Jones & Coleman, and will be /.01/1 low. Also, a screw
press, with power to punch holes in half inch iron.
LET all those in want of it firit rate Over Criat,
fashionable IA ifiter Frock, or Pelto, retziet — mber
that the bt;t made, tno4t fashionable cut, tastiest trim
med, and cheapest article, (if not the lowest priced,)
can beim(' only at the
FASHIONABLE lIEAD QI.i.IIITERS,
251. LIBERTY STREET.
A few specimen coats on hand, which have ju:t been
finished according; to the latest mode. %Ve will be
pleaseJ to strew them to any gentleman wa:ai lig the ar
City citttomvnt will p.roive t h e advantage that thi:i
c. , tabli , liment can !rive. when they ar• informed that
%cc will make t o 01).LN-every dr,scri;itiun of ;nitwit:. in
a Attperior ...tcle, and itceorclitt2 to the 1:14.'4 fttAhieno,
1 low tt. , tho sato.• art kli.l%lfl lm lI.VIZItt it: till city.
hen it F.nit4 the ca,t.ii .r t hi , . n material- ,
every pwias will ta':en, and a ha..ili‘ortiv fit : b ear_
wurrant , •,l
.1411 N LE FEVER'S
New & Chcap Stock Establishment,
NO 61, DIA.IIOND .1/J.E F.
13i-!TWEF.N WOOD AND MARKET ,TRF.ET3.
IWOU LD ro,q r-srectftmlly announce to the CitiWu,
of rict,..,borem and the country generally, that I have
commenced the mannfactiire of STOCKS, of every va•
ricty, form and deuriptiim, nolt4 Would solicit nwrchnnt,
nrldothersto call niul examine fur themsel% es, as 1 am
determined to sell on the must accommodating term,
Gtr cash, amid hope, by strict attention to Inß.iness, ui
merit a share of public patronage. nug. 19-13 m.
A BOUT the lu t veack in Juiw. in a Clothing Store
in Liberty strert, a Note of hand, rowdderibly
Atiided and worn. It is Aped by James fiwtion and
another, and drawn in favor of IV. Black. The own
er can have it hy identify ingt: awl paying ell - it-air:4.
The Fashions! Th.: Fashions ! !
CST recei‘eil at A LGEO mi;ur RE'S Fashion
table eHead Quarter:, a splendid lot of goods for the
NI trade; amongst which will be fau ad superior buck
shill plain and feicy eassimeres, new style woolen vel
vet vestings, plaio ,atin and ri g ur,l silk do.; diamond,
w a ved and plain B.iaver Cloths; a few pieces exti a
. fine Broad Cloths, fashionable colors for
winter. .93Cii. iri P)01,11 erfine Mite and wool
dyed Idatii, Encii-ti and I , , a,•hliroad cloths. All of
which will be made to oi sumirior
style, at very low prices. A I,li !:0 E,
* NC I / 25-10:d. 251, Liberty street.
ti II the matter of the essate of riOBLIti
InLi now, Sept. 1313, on inotiun of
Gottr4e P. Tituni!t et. the nanny cunsiderrd
in Court and Robert \\ . .etds ‘Ad.tei.ne.l Auditor to dis
tribute procCials of sale. Id +.• tit Cuurt,
TLIONIAS FARLEY, Clerk.
N'ttice ii 6 •rativ gic.•n to all pvr+on idterosted, that
I will aitind to•the duties assigned tome by thr Court
in the above case, at my office. on Grant street. Pitts
burgh, on the 30th ofOct., 1843. nt 2 o'clock, P. 31.
fiar/1213.:3Wd • ROBT. WOODS. Auditor.
THE subscriberdaviag purchased and thoroughly
repaired these MILLS, is now manufacturing,
and will keep constantly on hand, a full supply of all
the different kinds of Nails, Spikes and Braden,
made from the best quality of Juniata Blooms, and as
soon as the necessary additions can be made. t the
machinery, he will manufacture eOry descitiption of
Bar and Sheet Trim. usnally Made in this market.
Orders left with S. Cuthbert, at riN 33 Wood st.
ornt the Mills in the Fifth Ward, will be promptly at
tended to. JAMES ANDERSON.
sep 9.9-3 m
B UTTER -27 Kegs. •
5 Barrels Western Reserve.
Dairy Butter jost received and for sale by
HALLMAN, JENNINGS &Co.
seri 26 43 Wood st.
AMERICAN WORM SPECIFIC.
Mr. J KIDD-Sin-A child of mine about 44 years
old, was constantly indisposed, and of pale complex
ion; but had always a good appetite. In order tb have
the child well, I bought a small bottle of McLane's Very
mifuge of which I gave him 3 spoonfuls, after which
20 or 25 large worms were expelled., I wish all Ger
mans would read the above facts. The child's health
is much improved. MICHAEL RIHN.
Cliartier's Creek, Sept. 26 1343.
(13" For sale at the Drug Store of
oct2 Corner of thaw]. Wood sts. Pittsbg., Pa.
I.IOPKINS' EXTRA ALCOHOL, for retailing,
for sale at the DRUG STORE of
Corner of 4th and Wood sts.
SMITH'S NEW YORK VARNISH, No: 1,
drying, In store, and for sole et the DRUG
WAREHOUSE of J. KIDD,
Conn*. of 4th sal Wood sts
John D. Davis,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCH'T,
Corner of Wood and sth sta., Pittsbargh,
S ready to receive membrualit' eof every description
on consignment, for public or private 'ale, and
from long experience in the slave business, Ratters-
himself that he will be able to give entire- satisfaction
to all who may favor him with theirPetronage•
Regular sales on Mori DAYS and TilifitSD TS, of Dry
Goods and funcyarticles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of Groceries,Pittsburghmanufnctured artrcles,nevr
and second han furniture, dsc., at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Sales every evening, at early gas light. aug 12:4
WILLIE SOLD ON THURSDAY MORNING,
the 12th inst.,
at the Contmertial Auction
Rooms, corner of Wood and Fifth streets, by order of
Wm. P. Baum, Assignee ofJno. H. Mellor & Co.,tha
en ti r e stuck of goods remaining on band, among which
are the following, viz:—
Two splendid Piano Fortes,
Violins of different qualiticn,
Superior Violincellos, with patent heads,
Clarionetts and Flutes,
French Horns, Trombones and Bugles,
Opheclides, Bass Horns and Bassoons,
One Guitar, Music Boxes, [Bugle,
Mouthpieces for Clarionetts, Horn, Trombone and
Violin strings, Clarionett reeds, bridge+, doe.,
Mason's Harp and U. S. Psalmody,
10500 sheets of Music fur Piano,
A variety of Flute Music,
Preceptors fur different instruments,
Steel Pens, Quills, Drawing Pencils
Looking Glasses. Chessmen and Boards,
Printer's Cards, Packet books and Wallots,
A variety of Combs,
Wax Dolls, jointed Dolls,
Needles and Skein Cotton,
Best Cologne Water,
Brittania Teapots and Spittoons,
Silver Pencils and Toothpick, .
Ivory head and common Canes,
Window Glass and White Lead,
One B day Clock, brass works,
Chie 24hour " "
Two racy Chin Timepieces,
Three pair Scale Beams,
An assortment of variety Goods sod Toys,
Fifty yards Floor Oil Cloth,
Show cases, Counter, Stove, Venitian
Writing Desks, Chairs, large IRON SAFE,
Setts of Drawers, &c., Sec.
The sale will be positive and without reserve, and
will be continued titan day till day until the whole are
disposed of. Terms cash, par money.
WM P. BAUM, Assignee.
- 0(12 '43 JNO. D. DAVIS.
AT I RIVATE SALE
AT DAVIS' Commercial Auction Rooms. corner
of Wood and Fifth street*. An extensive as
sortment of DRY GOODS, recently purchased in the
East for cash, and which will be sold at a small ad
vance on Eastern prices. for cnrrency nr approved en
dorsed notes. The assortment consios in parlor
20 pieces wool deed blue black broulcluths:
15 " super. blue cloth:
10 " brown, olive and mixed cloths;
4 " super. Beaver cloth.);
5 " pilotclotlis;
40 " eassinetts, assorted colors; some very
50 " flnnels, twilled and plain white, nni
ereen and yellow.
20 " Eti:tlid' merlin), assorted colors;
100 all wool blanket shawls;
200 cotton plaid shawls;
1,000 don.. spool cotton, all colors:
100 pieces blearbed and brown muslins, and n
great variety or other articles usually found iu a Dry
7 :1" . as,irtzurat ni boot, iliue4, and hat. 4
which will all Iv , ..dd at rric..el without reg:ard to the
late advaiire4 in tl Ea.r. .kept '23.
C. A. INc4MILTT,
PO HIV .1 DI NG COMMISSION M ERCIIANT,
C.mal W3vll,' and Liberty Pitt .
bur,4ll. Aqeut Gaited Suites Portablethmt Liue.
..pt 4-3 m.
CANVFIELDIrt , reinlviNl iii. marble Estab
lialunent to Wood at. opp,site Falwatock'a
Drug Stour, where he will conatontly on band
Tomb Stone., Mor.timcnti; etc. ap 19-Iyr
T CST RECEIVED vo.d fot salt: on conaiginnent,
7 WA:: bacon,
v 71'1,414 slzar,
Cun he scut at the st ire olJarot) l'oinier& Co
Dissolution of Partnership.
frII f: partiwc,hip heretofore exiting under the
style of Deg ine Y M'Anulty, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. H. Devine is to collect all sum:
dno to th com-er . o, and pay all claims contracted for
the c.incern up to this date
I'ittiburgh, Sopt.•l. 1843
H. Devine respectfully informs his friends and the
pub:lc, that be tontmues in the fra.iporting
business, and that he has retrieved the office of the U.
S. Portuhle Boat Line, to No; 45 NVater street, next
door below Lewis Hutchinson, where he will receive
and forward Preight tAlle EuXt, on the very lOwest
terms. 11. DEVINE.
S LW ES'.-50 bmws
I do roma,
3 do rice !lour,
33 do ground pepper
5 do Cayenne
36 cans ground mustard,
;5 kegs do allspice,
5 do do ginger
1l cans to together with
every thin:, in the grocery line, all of which is offered
at extremely low prices, for ca:11.
BAUMAN; JENNINGS &
aug 9 43. Wood street
.PLACES ANTED; town or country, for a
number of ~file,:men, shopmen and
boys, in stores and warehmises. Atso for collecting,
and for a numbvr of mechanics; farmers and laborers,
coachmen, waiters, bostlers, and all Limb ?Chinas fur
steamboats, hotels, and private families; fur select and
common school teachers.
Cooks, chambermaids, dry and wet nurses, and girls
for housework provided at short notice. Places pro-
cured for hands of all kinds as soon as possible. And
all kinds of Agencies and Intelligence business attend
ed to for moderate charges. 12 to 15 Farms for sale.
Several farms wanted to rent. Call at ISAAC HAR
ILLS' Intelligence Office, No. 9, Fifth street.
8,5 SHARES Allegheny Bridge Steck, at pri
vate sale, by JOHN D. DAVIS,
sep 11 Corner of Wood and Fifth streets.
JUST RECEIVED front the Eastward on consign
ntent, direct front the Importers, 15 half chests
Young Hyson TEA, also ten 13 lb. boxes ditto, all of
which I which I will sell at the very letwest,llirize.
septae=lw 148 Liberty street.
MOKED HERRINGS.---95 boxes unoked bar
rings just received and for sale by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO..
ang 9 43, Wood street.
• tHssolation of Partnership.
THE Partnership heretofore existing under the firm
of DICKEY and ALIXANDER, is this clay dissol
ved by mutual consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sept. 1, 1843. WM. G. ALEXANDER.
JAMES DICKEY respectfully informs his friends
and the public, thathe still continues in the Trinspor
tatimi Busbiess, at his WarehOuliei• CORNER Olr LINEN,
T 1; AND Wir STREETS, Condi Bash', colder the
name of the "tutepesciea Poiiablt goeit Li*e,"
where he will receive end forward freight to thefast at
the lowest terms. sept. 4—tf.
J. K. MOORHEAD Si. CO
C. A. M'ANULTY
L' %Atli nub (Extlyrttgt
IXDOICTID DAILY BY .
ROHRER OT WOOD ♦DID THIRD SIR
Merchants and Manufacturers' Scrip..
Exchange /bunk Scrip
Currency . -
Eris Bank Scrip
13000 n ..
Bank. of Pittsburg%
Merchants and Manufacturers' bank...
Do. Hollidaysburg% .
Bank of North America -
Do Northern Liberties •
Du Pennsylvania .......
Commercisl Bank of Pennsylvania
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank
Kensington bank .par
Manufacturers and Mechanics' par
Philadelphia bank par
Schuylkill " par
Southwark ..... ".... .... par
Weider*. 11 .. . . par
Bank of Penn Township ....par
Girard bank 16
U. 8. bank and branches .... 36
Bank of Germantown
" Chaster. co If ty par
" Delaware county par
" Montgomery county .. par
Partners' bank of Bucks county par
Eastonbank .... - • - • • - par
Doyleatown bank par
Franklin bank of Washington par
Bank of ChambetTburg4 .. la
" Middletown .... . • •
" Susquehanna county 35
Berk:comity bank ....75
Columbia Bankand Bridge Cowipany 1
Carlisle bank 2
Erie bank 24
Farmers and Drovers' bank
" Bank of Lancaster
" Bank of Residing
Harrisburg bank ......
Honesdale. " .
Lancaster to. " ..
Minerse bank of Pottsville ..... •.........
Mononeahcla bank of Brownsville
Nekl Hope and Delaware Bridge company
Wyoming bank ....
West Branch bank
Belmont bank of Si. Clairseille—.. 14
Clinton bank 0 f.................... 14
Columbiana bank of New Lisbon ......_. 14
Circlecille (I,arrenee, caskier) 14
( Warren, cashier ).... .... ....no sole
Chillicothe bank 14
Commereial bank if Lake Erie.... 20
Franklin bank 4 Columbus lj
Farmers' ail , ' Mechanics' bank of Steubenville —l4
Farmers • bank of Coulon
La ;leash r
.11er;tanks' and Tradcrs'. Cinrinnali
.Maruil Plca3a nl
............. . .
State bank and branckes
Bank of Illinois, Shateneeknon
Bank of the Valley of Virginia
Bank of Virginia ..1
Exchange batik , of Virginia 1
Farriers' bank of Virginia...—. .1 -1
North,Weatern bank of —1
Merchants' and Mechanics bank of Virginia ....1
Branches... . ...1
altiriv re City barb...... ............par
All other solirePat banks— ................... 1
Al! Sol vent banks .. . . .
All solvent banks......
All solvent banks .
New Orleans baiks (g00d)....
N. W. CORNER OF WOOD & FIFTH ST'S
The proprietors of the MORNING POST and MER
CURY AND MANUFACTURER respectfidly inform their
friends and the Furores of those papers, that they have
a large and well chosen assortment of
©RID GI/1.041132 al24:841.114120
Neoemoiry tad Job 'Printing (Ace, and that they are
prepaxcli to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Stints; Bills of Lading, I Circulars,
Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards,
Handbills, Blank Checks, Hat Tips:
ill Wilts of 331au4#,
Stage; Steamboat and Canal Boat Bair, anllt ap
Printed chi, tne,thcirtest. mice and =Mt remonable
We respoe . tfully ask the petrol:Uwe of (nu friends and
the public iq general in this branch of our business.
July 31, 1843. PHILLIPS & SMITH:
Dialurp Deemis Pamphlet
A FEW COPIES Bishop Doaae's #arriphlet "Po
seyitini" received rind for sale it Foster's Liter
ary Depot, St. Clair street, opposite the Exchwe
TVANItA i d. seinistreaa, sk,j,rst fate hard: Ap
plyslttkiestore, No. 4, Wood street.
sep 20-if - WM. NOBLE, Upholsterer.
- 43TANDART, INGRAHAM & CO., . •
rair .„„,„ A b ir Clanuidieforl litarchastr,
AGENTS for the Merchants' Tranirportation Coni
puny composed of the Merchants' Line, Erie
Canal; Wnshington, Line. Hunter, Piihnar & Co.'s
Line of Steam boats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve
land Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. Propriez•
tors of the Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal.
Wilkie & Ensworth, No. 9, Coeuties Slip, N. Y.
R. Hunter & Cu. Albany.
Otis Chaff, Boston.
Hunter, Palmer & Co., Buffalo,
M. T. Williams & Dolv,
Hon. Juhn M. Allen, Clevelial,d. •
Charles M. Giddings,"
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh.
• THE canal packet ERIE, J. M.
Shaw.master, will runvis regular tri
weekly packet between the above named ports, leaves
Beaver on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays' morn
ing, leaves Warren on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays; connecting with the Stage Lines to Cleveland
direct, For freight or passage apply on board, or to
BIRMINGHAM & Pittsburgh,
J. S. DICKEY, Beaver.
r • .:.;
FARE REDUCED.—U.S.NILit Lill OF STAGES
AND RAIL ROAD CARS from Pittsburgh, via Bed
ford, Chamber.,buri , Harrisburg and Lancaster, to
Philadelphia. connectin ,,, u•ith the Main train ofcara to
N. Y. &c. Only 150 miles staging and one night out.
Also, the direct line to Baltimore
Fare to Philadelphia $9•
Leased dad., at 8 o'clock A. M.
Office 2d door below tin Mi...rctianth' Howl Wood
MENDELL, GRAHAM, 1% ttiGli &Co
feb 23, 1843—.1y Proprietors .
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail
att.c. k •
NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WAnnstvros CITY, BALTIMnFt F:, ruiLAELLpaiA
AND NEW YOI:K.
THIS line is in full operation and kaces Pittsburgh
daily at 6 o'clock A. M.. :La. Washington Pa.
and national road to CutuberktA, eotuiecting here
with the rail road Cu's to all the above plat' s: Trav
elers will find this a speody anti comfortable , route,
it being a separate and distinct Pittsburgh tuxi Cunt
berland line, facilities will be afforded which ItlVe ner.
been heretofore enjoyed. Extra coaches finnished at
the shortest notice. with the privilege of goingibrough
direct or taking one nights rest at their option.
For tickets, apply at our office at the Monongahela
House. L. W. STOCKTON,
The Swifture, Robinson, Master, leaves every
Thursday at 10 o'clock, a. in.
The Cutter, Collins, Master, leaves every Friday at
10 o'clock a. in.
The Montgomery, Bennett, :Master, leaves every Sat-
Imlay at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Expmss, no-Mason, Masicr, Icavcs every Sun
day at 10 o'clock a. m.
JOHN BIRMINGHAM & CO.,
United States Portable Boat Line Depot.
CA. McANULTY very respectfully informs his
• friends and the public, that he ha made arrange
menu, to continne the agency of the boats forming the
4 U. S. Portable Boat Line, at the large new Wurvhouse,
CORNER OE WAYNE AND LIBERTY STREETS. Canal
Basin, where goods will be received and forwarded
4 with asual despatch. and nn the most favorable terms,
4 to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Yotk or Boston.
THOMAS BORBIDGE, Agent,
272 Market at, Philadelphia.
MOO RE & C H ASE, Agents
-4 73 Bondy's Wharf, Baltimore.
pept. I— 3m.
Beaver and Warren Packet.
The Groat Central Route
feh 3--dtf. President of N. R. StAge Co
— lfignlar Packet - a; - fbr Cincinnati.
ALLEN KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. 16,
Corner of LlTood stud Third streets, PitfaLurg
Pa. Gold, Silver, and Solvent Bank notes, bought
and sold. Sight cheeks cm the Eastern cities, for sale.
Drafts, notes and bills, collected.
Wm. Ben & Co.,
John D. Du%-i
J. Painter & Co.,
Alex. Bronson &Cn;
John H Brawn &Co.
J. R. MMonald.
W. H. Pope, Em.,Pren't Bank
Welame's American - Wet=
Fr WS is to certify that with McLA i r it S k g. i ? ottit
1. SP EC IFIC, a child of mitre paned upwards of 600
worms; it 13 the most powerful Wotm Specific. now in
Use. H. BARTAOLOMM
Middlebury, 0.. Oct. 1, 1443.
For gale at the Drug Store of JON. ICI DD,
sept. Corner 4th and Wood sts
Dvo Stuffs Just lisectived.
CI I-lIPPED LOG WOOD AND FUSTIC, Blue
Vi riot. Ca:nwJuil, Alum. and a general stock of
Dxr, Woons, in store, anti fur sale at the Dine Stare
Cornor 4th and Wood ats.
AL .iY .c'ni it cap ible of Lilting charge of a
hnu*choll, it desirous of obtaining a situation
at houteL eviler in a private family, or aa ouperintendent
in a respectable hotel. She would have no okjectim
to leave the city if desired to do to. For ftrrther infor
mation inquire at this office.42.l-4f
T T ACKF:REL.r-16 BbIA: No. 3 Mackerel, just
ITI rewired and for Kik' by
HAILNIAN, JENNINOS 3t CO.
43 Wood et
Ta Iffeteitanti and Othdro
AGENTLEMAN, who thoroughly understand!.
Book Keeping. Wishes a situation in that capa
city! thi best or reference's *lll beg-iven. Address H.,
at this di66e: aug 28—tf
T OB ACCO.-10 boxes Burton's 5 b kiwi; iobac.coi
-11.5 do ItasseU & RObinsons do
5 do Dare a do
10 (to assorted sizes and brands,
just received and for sale by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.,
nag 9 43, Wood street
SAIJOJEL ' • DAP,
1 1 1,04100r,aamt Sheet
No. V, AA itirsiOdessamt mrdeadatarket,
Keeps corietitudy hasid a good assortment of wares.
and solicits islare of patronage. Also, on hand.
the folloarticles: shovels, pcklebrs, tongs, gridirons,
skillets, .cules, Pots, ovens, coffee mills, &c. Mar•
chants and others am invited to can and examine for
themselves, as he is determined to sell cheap format or
approved piper. mar 7—tf
Teot.hatehe Toothache:: i rcisititsche I!
THE above complaints can be cured in Ere
utes, by using the celebrated 'Mummy tens DROP....
which is Ivarrtgard. There are many imitations and
gdunterfeits, of the above. The only true met gems
Ise article is to be had at TUTTLE'S as Fourth st.
for gate 'nub go tit
, Dn . :tiding Lots -
LO fS, suitable for buildingemost eligibly slip
uated, and within two minetes' walk of tba
steamforry boat landing, will be sold at pricesto said
the times. The terms of payment will be inticleeisesy;
either for cash or such barter as can be made ararablel
Apply to the subscribers in Birmingham,
Paterson, No. 4, Ferry street, Pittsburgh.
june 1. JAS. PATTERSON, jr.
Lois for Salo. -
4Lou in Manchester. Una and a e
tattrth AMA oi
Larallm,Holnacts'tots.nos.4.l,4,9.;s2oSll,s , 4
/81, 11 - 3, and UM, in Cook .* * plan ofrLotsoza Adam
Ail/. Also, Lots aos. 20, and V, in Cooiesetkastet . Losi
on Uigh stead, 131-Utr the now Cmnt 1 h Asir- F btrzas
apply to - • W. RE MINGTON ,
sr!) 10 .
T OTS on the North East corner of Lane and
LI High street. Apply to
sop 10 Market near Fourth furcei.
pirThat COTTAGE, situated in the Borgne:id
Lawri.laceville . , at preseut occupied by Jokn
The place has a very funs garden and good *snort
ment of fruit trees. Any person renting caa have
privilege of engaging for the enuring year. Pones
sion given on the Ist of October next.
Apply at No. 5 Commercial now, Liberty areal
or to Wm. Taman, Smithfield street.
sep. 1, 1343.
M GROVE HILL, the late resideacc ofg
Aaron !Tart, deceased. The pi,ce
is well stocked withchoice fruit trees, vines, Ike.
Also, a convenient tenement lately occupied* R.l
l'ossesslon will bo given oath° first of °debit no:re
For tern apply to GEO. COCIIRAN, Ex'r.
D LEASANT rooms and good steam power, at the
cast steel file manufactory, corner of Liberty sod
O'Hara streets. Apply on the premises. july 16- .
Freeman's 'Fre Brick for Sale. _-
IF UST received, s'ooo Freeman's best Fire Brick,,'
•JP which will 'hereafter be kept constantly on hand
and :old low for cash, by BIRMINGHAM & CO.
may 27 No. 60 Water st.
THE subicril7er ha 3 opened an ofEce (in connexion
with his Medical zency) for the renting and
selling of Houses and Farms. As many persons are
constantly wanting to rent houses without having the
time to ran about the city in seat ch of one, can by call
ing upon the subscriber, and stating the kind I f house
they want, find one that will suit tbetn r 4o know the
number of rooms, situation and tent, iridtont further
Owners, of houses would find it to thEir interest to
call And give a description of them, and: the rent they
require, as they would then find their lit;Llses rented
sooner and with leas usable.
The part onage of the,poblic is respectfully solicited
Fe p 21—tf T. H. TUTTLE, 86, 4th at.
Rouses, dic., Por Rost.
THE subscriber has opened a book to record any
dwelling house, warehouse, stine, sbop, rooms
or country farms and seats for rent, charging the own
er, 25 cents each record. He will keep it open fur all
who wish to rent any kind of property to examine, and
charge them .12} cents; and for a srnallcompensation,
will attend to renting all kinds of property, and attend
to all kinds of business between landlord and tenant:
ISAAC lIARRIS, Agent;
No. 9, Fifth st.
11. Good Parnfibr Sale or Exchange .
. of 130 acres on Sugar Creek, Armstrong
county, 100 of which is improved. This farm is
well watered by springs and two largr runs which pass
nearly through it and then unite. forming an excellent.
Mill Seat. 40 acres are first rate for meadow or
spring crops, and the balance is good for fall ,grain.--.
There is no waste land, and it is well adapted for a (jai.
ry or for sheep, and lies veil; well. There is on it a
good apple orchard. a substantial hewed log houge.
large log barn and a good coal bank. easilyaccoslible.
in good order, and the quantity inexhaustible. This
farm lies oithin 18 miles of Freeport, 9 miles frail
Kittanning. 4 mites from n Catholic chapel, and 2 miles
from a Presbyterian and Seceder churches It will be
sold at a bargain for "rash cr ezehanrqr.d for a good
three story brick /fross and lot in Pittsburgh. For
terms and particulars enquire at Harris' General A
gency and Intelligence office, or of the subscriber on
the premises. S. J. WHITE.
A full supply of Landreth's Garden St cds always on
hand and for sale, at his agency, the prop store of
esik, THE subscriber has just raced cd from the IS:ui•
=sery of Landreth and Fulton, tear l'hiladephia
a lot of thb choicest variety of peach trees, to which:he
would-dill the attention of the
IHEREBY 'certify. that I have knoWn a nuro Iter
people who have taken Dr. McLane's Liver PIM,
and have been much benefitted them, and I believe
them to be the best pills for liver complaints, and for
general,uw, of any pill now before the public. -
MICHAEL . EORXEY,-,
I hereby certify that I have Leen athieted for yieri
with a. liver complaint; and have applied to different
physicians, exit all to little. or no effect-until I made
use of Dr. Mctrine's Pills. In taking two boxes of then-
ain nearly iestored to perfer.t. health. •
St. Louis, 51n.
SA MtF,T, DAVIS.
MiiicrsburA, nit Pittsburgh, Aui , upt 16. 1849
t:a.For sale at tin Driri c i Store of
JONATHAN liIDD, .
corner 4th and Wcoil streets, Pittshr
T EVER COMPLAINTS--Thispepsia 'and Is
gestimt; with costiveness, ascidity of the seem
ach, hardness of food after meals. hcnrtharn, flatulcz, y,
fiver compl,thits, with pain in the side and shoulder:
jaundice, bidials complaints, drnp..y, ;li a b e r e! , &Tuve %
.tone, and inflammation of the lung's, are roost ptiftctif
removed anclMired by the HEPATIC
This article has the most astonishingeffeen in eating
all complaints of the Stomach and digestit-r. orgons..—.
Many highly Ir.-rentable ind..'.duals fir. Ncw Tool:
have been cared, after trying every other remcdS• in
vain, and have giv , m in tbeirramrs Rirh remission t.o
refer to theirs. It is asant to the taste,
not in the least interfere a it II the daily avocation of 'ono
takinz it. Many families ef this city have become s
pleased with the medicine, that they use it as their
only faintly medicine, By using it occasionally,
keeps the stomach free from bilious disorders, mid ihti
liver active. with the secretions of the body in tbit tabft
perfect actiyity: It is composed entirely of ;...eFetitillta,
The cure will be gradual, bat certain ana perihdhetit.
For sale at turrLr.'s, 86 Fourth etrc'et.
In the District Court of Alleghei4 Covef e fif
July Term, 1843, .N . 0.3.
L. S John Walrer. Jr:
vs. VestAtions — Existra.
............, Peter W,ilson.
And now, to wit, August 2Gth. 1843, On motiott
of G. P. Hamilton, Esq., the blurt appoint Frs. 4.
sh un k, Esq., Auditor, to distribute the proceeds of sale
in this Cave: From the Record, - -
. A. SUTTON, Fm.
Notice is hereby given to all persoas iiaterested e dims
I will attend to the duties assigned to otal - traitor
Court in the above camt, at my efface. is Fourth street.'
Pittsburgh, on 'Neat* the 26th dal , of September; ii
10 o'clock, A. M. FRS:LSI:II7NR,
aug 30. Auditor.
• Pease's Ai* • Candy.
AFresh auppigiast received from New York, alit"
for sale at TUTTLE'S, 86 Feertb st.
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS!! B_-‘414A8118i!.4.....
All sorts of clothing and weaeog apperal. Please
call at. No. 151 Liberty strev i , sad see for yourselves.
ircp 7. McCLOSKEy,
Holmes and Farms to /lent.
Landrett's Garden Scads.
F. L. SNOWDEN.f.
164, Liberty st., brad. of Wood
• F. L. SNOW - DEN,
No. IE4 Lit Arty st. Lead of Wood'
DR. itIcLAN E'S -- 1.11 . ER PILLS.