Pittsburgh morning post. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1843-1846, October 06, 1843, Image 3

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"=for business cards, Ste, see first Page
W. J. Howard—J. B. Sernple--Gearge Ogden
On motion of H. H. Van Amine Esq., MICHAAL
4icituiroa wits admitted to practice as an Attorney in
do District Court of Allegheny County.
'TOM Rtent PatsciPte."—Wo would call•
stsattioit of merchants and retail dealers to the tuiver
tiiimmut of the Messrs. RINIZALRT in relation to the
UT sat Tobacco Kegs. We understand that the
systeei which has been in use heretofore is one asmiust
.whiehmuch just complaint has been made, but as all
tobacco tinnufacturera practiced it, the purchasers had
no remedy. The Messrs. RINIUSAItT, however, are
iitteratined to reform the system as far as they are con•
corned, and hereafter oo keg or bps will b 3 seat from
' their establishment with any otheithan correct tares.
This effort to ieform a great evil in their line of business
• &serves encouragement.-
Futt.—Yestarday forenoon a fire occurred in a
- framelanilding on Butler street, Allegheny, which was
. ittuiroyed, together with another frame, before it could
be extinguished. A brick which stood in the rear of
theframes caught fire but was exting,uisbed before it
eras very materially injured. The city engines were
- - on the spot, and notwithstanding the great difficulty of
procuring water, their efforts in protecting the surround
leg property was very effective.
M P. The Age thinks it very mean to notice typo
- . gra phic a l errors, when such things are unavoidable, in
a daily paper. We think so too; but the Age has cer
tainly not been over scrupulous in this respect--almost
evm morning it has some fling at the errors of its con
tOrapoituies, and but lately it told the public that it was
the only paper in the city that could be read! This was
not at all mean—oh! no! Some time ogo, an error oc
coired in making up our form. by which the sense of a
short article was destroyed; the Age thought it perfect- I
ly right to notice it, and pronounced it the usual logic
of the Post! It has' over and over again stated that
thoro:was no confidence to be placed in the River re
loorti of any other paper, and that any one who wished
"„ . to be correctly informed on that subject. would have to
applytatbe Age. This, too, was p,2;rfectly honorable!
We do not know, then, how it can talk of meanness in
snapping up typographical errors, for it has itself been
geiltyof that "meanness" oftener than all the other pi
pers Lithe city. Besides, we did not know that. the er
ror we noticed was a typographical one—for "the Cap
tain" makes some tall "glosses." occasionally.
Late political and military events in the esti have
compelled us, and tau-t have compelled a great part
of our readers, to fiiel how very slight was our knowl
edge, how vague our idea of the region in which En
glish arms have received the only severe check which
they have for a. long time encountered in. Asia. We
hava therefore, bethought us of copying from the able
and laborious work of Mr. Darby, (his Geographical
Dictionary) the general account of that country, where
ha had thrown together, in the brief spare, (as he will
gsxtrilly be f0u.1.1 to have done.) a great ch2al of in
Afglanistan.--The country so dmominated has
I , k_uiri generally, but erroneously, inclul.al in Persia.
the two countries differ in their civil. physieal,
political char.icters. Following . an Asiatic custom of
uatoiaga coantry from Cho pr.•domineat city or prov
ince, this country has been successively called Gliutnee
or Gltizaer,.Cabolistita, from Cahel, or Candahor,
Taken in its utivist exam, Afghani:tan extends
frouSt the western boands nftlernt, E. long.
to the
eastward of CitAhmere. long. 77 deg., and from the
mouth of the lud as, N. lat. 24 dez. These limits
•avoolit given. length from W. to E. of 1200 miles. and
liboist 803 Miles from S. to N., or an era of Hit 090
tqtiare miles
The whole population is estimated at 14,000,000,
' , consisting of the following nation
''eTS . iitris and Tunjeks,
`lndians of different races,
Miscellaneous tribes,
Amount, . 14,0J0.000
The origin; of the name Afghan is Uncertain. It is
through the Persian that it is known to the pen.
Rio theMselves, and it is probably midern. Their
uwa na-ro for their nation is Pooehmon, or so says
Malta Bran, - and contradicts hirti self in a few senten
ces after, by observing that .he Afglians consider thern
iclees as descended front Afghan, the son of Jania.
• The language of the Af4hans is called Poostoo, of
'Unknown origin,.bar with sum • allinity to some of the
dialects Of !violent Persia They used the Persian
alnhibe,t, and - the Teraina is their learned language.
In an:extent ofcountry se large, and inhabited by
.natio diTsriag i i langdage, custom;, manners, and
roligitia, the human character Must vary, but from all
acoottots, the people of those regions are hardy, bold
and dating, aml perhaps the freest of all Mahometan
nationi;miless we except the wandering Arabs. The
Afghans - proper are, as to religion. Nlahom:tans of
the sect of Sonnitesi but remarkably tolerant. The
aill#l.lo6,liTe unmolested amongst them, practising
*air religious rites in perfect peace and safety.
The fact of the immense country known under the
goseral name of Afghanistan is in great part moun
tainous. In the north, it has the great mountain nu
cleus, the !limbo ia part cover al with per- I
petual snow. Advancing southward, the maintains
sink, but both the Indus and Kanshgar rivers from lat.
311; de;:; to 33 degrees flow throe ;b mountain gorges,
through below the latter limit, the Indus has plains oa
both silos to the sea. Th'e higher branches of th-
Ottl3 river rises iu mad drain the country of Balk, or
itorea.vest•ra Ai t lista I..whilst the central and west
tern Remit' i, cum:wisiagC /hal aid Slistan, are drain
ed by thl various confluents of the Iliad nicud, flowin4 .
westward ion) the sea of Borah.
Bt%nachistau, although included in the general
sweepisf Afghanis:al, is, physizally at least, a very dig.
tint country = , what w 1.3 more recently I3elooches,
wading from Cabulistan and Seistan southward to In.
dian ocean. In the northern side it is mountainous
but becomes graduallymore level approaching the o
cean, the whale funning as inclined plane, 600 miles
from east to west, and lying between N. lat 26 deg.
and 33(1eg.. hi; a na.ila breadth of 200 mils area
120,000 square miles.
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An arrival at Charleston furnishes the Charleston
Courier with advices from Havana to the 21st ultimo.
ID the Havana Notieioso, of 16th inst. under the head
"oTicial." is announced the removal of the Captain
General of the Island of Cuba (Valdes) and that of the
Emperintendant in the Financial Department (Lerma.)
The former has given up the command to General Ul
lea, of the Navy D Apartment, who will be in possession
of it till the arrival of the new one named (Don Leo
ptddo O'Dannell) who is expected from Cadiz in the
Sp/nit - 11 frigate Cortes, which vessel was to leave about
the tuiddle of A'1:"IlAt 111.4 ardi the latter to the late Su
'admen:lint D Msrtinez de Pihillos, Count
of Villiaeova; who was hailed by the immense crowd
which filled the river:liana equate.
IMAststteo--On Thursday morning, the sth lust., by
the D. Pressil, Mr. McituttsoN Klsoi to Miss
Sus AN LiceeT, an a Allegivrty city.
14t ALE:TA/mat, i, f.rnt stn of
W LTKei L ae , !Li thirteen months.
T Le friends of the fatally are invited to Latent' the fu
neral.frout the re,midence of Mrs. Paul, corner of Peon
and Hn • strPet4, thi4 efTereonn at 4 n'eine.k.
"EAR SKlNS,(lresvad and undressed. ju
BEELEN.st reeeiv
ad and for sale by A.
County Commissioner. Zahn D. Davis,
i k T the solicitation of a number of friends of all AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCH'T,
/I- political parties, I respectfully offer myself to
Corner of Wood and sth sta., Pittsbu gh,
the consideration of my fellow-citizens for the office of r
ICounty Commissioner. That my sentiments may not IS ready to receive merchandize cif every- description
be misunderstood, either as to political or private on consignnsent, for public or p ri vate sale, end
affairs, I make free to say that I have been all my life from long experience in the above beau ' me, Batters
a consistent Republican, in the true sense of the word.
As the country is somewhat embarrassed in its faun- himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with their personae.
Regular sales on MONDAYS and - TglisseAT s, of Dry
offal affairs, and the reduction of salaries of public
officers has received the approbation of large muijori.. Goods add fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.-
ti of the people, the untlorsigned would not should Of Groceries, Pittsburghmtumfactured articlos,new
beeb so foment= as to be eien ,,,a, i n any Mannar at. and secondhand furniture, Su., at 2 o'clock, P. M.
tempt to resist this salutary reform; should it reach Sales every evetting,at early gas light. . aug 12-y
the office of County Commissicmer.
spr 0.
To the voters of Allegheny county:—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 I. do not come before you recommended
by a Convention, those of you to whom I am not per
sonally known will please examine into my qualifica
tions, &c.; and if so fortunate as to obtain a majority
of your stirrups, I shall endeavor by strict attention
to the duties of the office, tc satl=fy you with yon'-
choirs-. ALEX 'MILLAR.
Iron Safes.
T RESPECTFULLY inform the public that I have
and keep alway+ on hand an assortment of Fire
Pi oaf Safes. The price, in consequence of the ma
terials and labor being much lower, is reduced about
thirty per cent. They are kept for sale at my soup. in
Sixth street, above Smithfield, next to the church on
the corner of 6th street--es also with Atwood, Jores
&Co., and Dalzell & Fleming. In regard to the qual
ity of my safe , : 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 safe:;
justice and truth warrant me in informing the public
that all my safes wnich have been in buildings burnt
down for several years since I commenced have pre
served all the papers, boeks, &.c., which they contain
, ed. I have a card containing a number of certificates
of the same, Which are in circulation and in my hands
and the agentes. JOHN DENNING.
N. B. A few pair of steel Springs fur sale, made by
Jones & Coleman, and will be sold low. Also, aserew
press, with power to punchholes in half inch iron.
rep 20—tf
LET all those in want of a first rate Over Coat,
fashionable wi.iter Frock, or Pelto, remember
that the best made, m ist fashionable cut, tastiest trim- I
med, and dice peat article, (if not the lowest priced,) !
can behad only at the .
A few specimen coats on hand, which have just been
finished according to the latest mode. We trill be ;
pleased to shew them to any ~eatlerriari tt anti og the ars
City ctistom7 , rs will pe.eeite the advantage that this
estabh , thment can give. when they arc informed that
we %yin m eke to order evel y description of garments in
1 a superior style, and acsordice to the latest fashion*,
as law as the sanke article can be height in :Ili- , city.
AL7, E 0 & M.• I, 1.7 lif E .
.!' 7.PAny article in im. line made and tiimmed,
when it suits the custom! r to furnish his own materials:
• every pairs will be taken, and a handsome fit alway ,
imp EN.
.1011 N LE Fl:vEirs
Nest & Cheap Stock 'Establishment,
INVQ.ULD nt )4t, respectfullyannounce to the
of Pittsburgh and the colt:dry zenerally, that I have
commenced the manufacture of STOCKS. °revery va
riety, form and deseripti , m, and would 3nlici I. merchant ,
and others to eall and examine for themselves, as I am
determined to moil on the Most accommodating term-
for cash, and hope, b}' strict attention to business, tc
merit share of public patronage. nog. 19-6rn.
1,200 000
1,500 003
A BOUT the last week in June, in fl CI othinr, Score
l A_ in Liberty strec-t, a Note of hand, considerablv
soiledand worn. It is signed by James Gaqon and
another, and drawn in favor Of W. Black. The own
er "Can have it by identifyingi: and paying expenses.
July 31.—tcf.
. .
•—• _
The Fashions! The Fashions ! !
JUST received at-ALGEO & NEGU IRE'S Fashion
able Head Quarter:, a splendid lot of gotals for the
fall trade; amongst which will be found superior buck
skin plain and fancy cassimeres, new style woolen vel
vet vestings, plain satin and figured sill; do.; diamond.
waved and plain Beaver Cloths; a few pieces exun
heavy and fine Broad Cloths, fashionable colors for
winter, sack frock coats, extra surerfine blue and wool
dyed black„ English and French broad cloths. All of
which will be made to order in the mo.t superior
style, at very lowpriees. ALGEO .&M'CIUI RE,
set 25 —iota. 25L Liberty street.
Allegheny County c.
........... a the matter of the estate, of ROBERT
KIRK, decd. I
L . S. 1 And now, Sept. 16', 1843, On motion of
............ George P . . Hamilton, the money considered
in Court and Robert Woods appointed Auditor to dis
tribute proceeds of sale. By the Court,
N nice is h .re.by given to all persons interested, that
will att md to the duties assigned to rue by thr Court
a the above case, at Inc office on Grant street, Pitts.
argh . , on the 30th of Oct., 1843, nt 0 o'clock, P. M.
-.23-3wd ROBT. WOODS, Auditor.
Lippincott Mills.
subscriber having purchased and thoroughly
. repaired these MILLS, is now manufacturing,
and will keep constantly on hand, a full supply of all
the ditf , rent kinds of Nails, Spikes and Brades,etr.,—
made from the best quality of Juniata Blooms, and as
,00n as the necessary additions can be made t r the
machinery, he will manufacture every description of
Bar and Sheet Iron. usually made in this market.
Orders left with S. Cuthbert. at No. 35 Wood st.
or at the. Mills in the Fifth Ward, will be promptly at
tended to. JAMES ANDERSON.
se 29-3 m
BUTTER -27 Kegs.
5 Barrels Western Reserve.
Butterjiist received and fur sale by
43 Wood tit
Mr. J Kinn—Silt—A child of mine about. 4i years
old, was constantly indisposed, and of pale complex
ion; but had always a good appetite. In order to have
the child well, I bought a small bottle of McLane's Ver
mifttge 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 RHIN.
Chartior's Creel:, Sept. 26 1393.
GC:_rf or sale at the Druz St•ire of
Corner of 4th and Wood sts. Pittshg.., Pa.
HOPKINS' EXTRA ALCOHOL, for retailing ;
for sale at the DRUG STORE of
Cornerof 4th and Wood its.
Sdrying, iu store, and fur sale at the DRUG
oct2 Owner of 4th and Wood ets.
Beal Estate at Auction.
WILL be sold, on Monday, the 16th inst., at 11
o'clock, A. M., at the Commercial Auction
Rooms, corner of Wood and sth streets, the following
described property, viz:
Part of lot numbered in the original plan of Pitts
burgh 185, bounded as follows: beginning on Front st ,
at the north west corner of said lot; and running thence
by First or Front street eastwardly 30 feet, thence
southwardly at right angles to said Front street, by the
east half of said lot 80 feet ton part of said lot owned
by James Hughes, thence westwardly by Hughes' part
of said lot thirty feet to No. 184, thence along said No.
189 to place of beginning.
Terms at sale. JOHN D DAVIS,
the 12th inst., at the Commercial Auction
Roods, corner of Wood and Fifth streets, by order of
Wm. P. Baum, Aisignee ofJno. H. Mellor & Co., rho
entire stock of goods remaining on hand, among which
ar e t he following, viz:—
Two splendid Piano Fortes,
Violins of different qualities,
Superior Violincellos, with patent heads,
Clarionctts and Flaws,
French Horns, Trombones and Bogies,
O i theelides. Bas= linens and Bassoons,
Oae Guitar, Music Boxe.,t, [Bugle,
Mouthpieces for Clarionetts,lhrrn, Trombone and
Violin strings, Clariottett reeds; bridges, &c.,
Tenor Drums,
!lawn's Harp and U. S. Psalmody,
10500 beets of Music fur Piano,
A variety of Flute Music,
Preceptors Cur different instruments,
Steel Pens, Quills. Drawing Pencils,
Looking Glosses, Chessmen and Boards,
Printer's Canis, Pocket books and Wallets,
A variety of Combs,
Watt Dolls. jointed Dolls,
Needles and Skein Cotton s
Best Cologne Water,
Brittania Teapots and Spittoons,
Silver Pencils mind Toothpick,
Ivory head and common Canes,
Window Glass and White Lead,
One 8 day Cluck, brass works,
One 24 hour " " "
Two Cary Chin Timepieces,
Throe pair Scale Beams,
An assortment of variety Goods and Toys,
Fifty yard:: Floor Oil Cloth,
Show ca,es, Counter, Stove, Venitian Blinds,
Writing Desks, Chairs, large IRON SAFE,
Setts of Drawers, &e., &c.
The sale will be positive and without reserve, and
will be continued from day till day until the whole are
disposed of. Terms easl;, par money.
NV :11 P. BAUM. Assiznee.
ort2 '43 JNO D. DAVIS.
ocntc nral Chronicle ropvl Aurfi,nrer.
AT 1 KIVA TE SALE. - " i
AT DAVIS' cihnmercial Auction Rooms, corner
of ‘Vocid and Filth s!r?Cti. An extensive n - ,
.ort ment of PRY 000 OS. r..contly purztm sod in the 1
E.,-it for c I , lt. and .c-iiicili will b^ sold at a small ad- I
vanco on T:aitern price;. f ,, r cnrrere - y or approved co
iinr.zed note.i. The a ,, ortinent con4i-itiin part of ,
9.0 pier •3 W )01 a) c(1, bin: black brondcloth;;;
15 " super. blur cloth;
10 " bl own, olive and inked cloths;
4 " # ver. 13 , , , aver elotlp.;
5 " pilot cloth i;
40 " cas;mt-tt4, asi:ortcd color.; some eery
50 '• flo.ancL., twilitcl and plain white, red,
green and yellow.
ep " E inetirto,niaorted colors;
100 all wool blanket shawls:
t&1) cotton plaid :hawk;
1.000 doz. wool cotton. all colorl;
100 pirTeS bleached and brown !tingling, and a
great variety of other articles ugu:xlly round in a Dry
Goodg I t0u,0 , .
I:7P Algo, an agiortinent of hoot=, shoes, and hats
which will all be sold at prices without regard to the
late advances in the East. sept '23.
Canal Basia,corner Wayne and Liberty Atreet4, Pitt -
Lir, 4 ll. A zeilt United States Portable Boat Line.
se ,t 4-3 m.
CAWFIELD has removed his mlrble 17.3 tub
P• ii4hmem to Wood at. opposite Fahnestock's
Wm?, Store, where he will keep constantly on hand
Tomb Stones, .14onantents etc: ap 19-Iyr
JUST RECEIVED and for sate on consignment,
7 bias bacon,
7 ith(ls
Can be seen atthe store of Jacob Painter& Co
sag 29 J. K. IYIOORFIVAD & CO.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE partnership InTeqifore existing under the
tit* of Devine& :11'Anuity, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. 1.1. DeVille!is to c . ollect all sums
due to the concern, and pay all claim; contracted for
the ceneern up to this date.
Pittsburgh, Sept. 1. 11343.
11. Devine respectfully informs his friend:4 and the
put4i - e., that he still unitinues in the Transporting
busines4, and ‘ that he let., rem:w•ed the of ee Of the U.
S. Portable Boat Line. to No. 45 Water street, next
door helow Loomis Hutchinson, where ho will receive
and forward Freight to the East, on The very ;lowest
terms. II DEVINE.
S UN D boxes chocolate,
4 do cocoa,
3 do rice flour,
25 do ground pepper,
5 do Cayenne do.,
36 cans ground mustard,
5 kegs do allspice,
, E do do ginger,
I`j. cans <to do., to -ether with
every thing in the grocery line, all of which is offered
at extremely IoW prices, for cash.
43. Wood street
B SHARES Allegheny Bridge Swek, at phi
vote sale, by JOHN D. DAVIS,
sep 11 Corner of Wow! and Fifth streets.
JUST RECEIVED from the Eastward on consign
ment, direct from 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
ISAAC lowest price.
148 Liberty street.
Sept 22-4 w
HERRINGS.-25 bcrxes smoked her.
rings just received and for sale by
43. Nynod qtre.Pf
- -
illoskation of Partnership.
rri I" trtner , hip rieretofore eKisting ueder the firm
of ()LC ILE a:id ALEXANDC.R. is this day dissol
ved by mtr_ual consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sept. 1, 1843. W NI. G. ALEXANDER.
J AMES DICKEY respectfully informs his friends
and the public. thathe still continues in thz Tra:ispor
tition 11114i.iess, at his Warohnuse, CORNER Of LIMIER
TT I.ICD WAYNE" STREETS, Canal Basin, under the
name of the "Independent Portable Boat Line,"
where he will receive and forward freight to the East at
the lowest tem.. Dept. 4--tf.
A. ERMara, • lIECTIANGE e3311011:11111,
Merchants coui Manefacturers'
Exchange Bank Scrip -- -
Currency ...........
Eris Bank Scrip ............
On Pkikule/pkia ...............
New York .............
'''''''''''''' '''''' 111.11
Boston. ............ • .
Baltimore. ..........
G01d......................... ...... par
5i1ver.......... ................... _ . par
Bank of Pittsburgh .................. par
Merchants and Manufacturers' bank .... ...par
Exchange .. ............... ..." ...... —.par
Do. Hollidayssur
LAgh ............ • .par
Bank of North America
Do Northern Liberties
Do Pennsy/vania ......
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania
Farmers' and M'echanics' bank _..
Kensington bank ........
hfanufacturera and Mechanics' ... •
Mechanics ...................
Mrryamensing ................. .
Philadelphia bank ............. .
Schuylkill ..... " .......... . .
5 0u thwark_....` . ..........
Tirestern " ............
Bank of Penn Township.......
Girard bank ....... ........
U. S• bank and branches ...... 1..
Germantown ....... .... •
Chester c0unty...........
Delaware county ....... .. •
Montgomery county . •
Northumberland .• . •• _
Farmers' /4.lsk of Bucks county .....
:Easton bank ...... ............
Doylestown bank ...................
Frank/in bank of IVashington ...........
Bank of Chambersburgh..... .........
" Middletown ................
Ciettysburgh .......... . .
Lescistown ..
" Susquehanna county ........ ..... •
Berk: county bank.... ...........
Columbia Bank and Bridge Company . •.. • . •
Carlisle bank.......
Erie bank ..
Farmers and Drovers' bank ............
Bank of Lancaster ............ . •
Bank of Reacting
Harrisburg bank
Honesdale "
Lancaster " ......
Lancaster co. "
Bank of
Lebanon. " .......
Dfiners' bank of Pottsville ... —.. . - . -
Moncm R adela bank of Brownsville ...... ....
New Hope and Delaware Bridge company.
Northampton hank
Towanda hanh . .... . ...... .
Wyoming . bank ....
iVest Branch bank ... • .... .............
I York bank
Belmont bank of St. Clairsrille
Clinton bank of Coborbus... •
Columbiana hank of Sew Lisbon
Circleville (Lawrence, cashier)
" ( Warren, cashier)._
Cineinnati bank ..
Chillicothe bank
Comoreia: bank of Lake Erie.
Payton bail.
Franklin bank of Columbus
Fa rmers' and Mechanic: . bank of Steubenville-1h
Farrncre bank of CaLtor 40
6' eau ..
• tfarietta
Mechayzies' and 7'raders'. Cincinnati
Mount Pleasant
stair bank and branches
State Scrip
Al? banks
State bank
Bank of Iltinoi*, Shtsnotertown'
Bank of the Valley of Virginia. •. . 1
Bank of Virginia 1
Exchange bank of Virginia
Farmerx' bank of Virginia .. •• • • .........1
North- Western hank of Virginia ..1
Merchants' anet Mechanics' bank of Virginia 1
Branches-- . • • • •• . •
Baltimore City banks . . ...
All other solvent
AU so/vent . • ...• .•
All solvent banks
3fobile banks..
Country banks
Veto Orleans banks (g00d)....
An banks..
The proprietors of the MonN !No POST and MER
CULLY AND MANUIPACTURIII respectfully Inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they have
a large and well chosen assortment of
Arcs .113111 '3llr 35r3P"1111 9
LTDS 412:2:3 0 - 141VAUILU.5,0
Necessary to a Job Printing Office, and that they are
prepared to execute
Books, Bills of Lading, Circulars,
Pamnhlets, I Bill Heads, I Cards,
Handbills, Blank Checks, Hat Tiris.
201 ktnbs of 3Stautts.
Stage, Steamboat and Canal Boat Bills, with ap
propriate eats,
Printed on the shortest notice and Most reasonable
W e r espectfully risk the patronize of ourfricnds and
ph" public in qtmeral in this branch of our business.
Bishop Bowie's Parciphlot.
AFEW COPIES Bishop linam's Pamphlet on "Pu
seyistn" received and for sale at Foster's Liter
ary Depot, St. Clair street, opposite the Exchange.
sept. 22-3 t.
CHEESE.- A lot of superior Western Reseric
Cheese, in good artier, low for gash, by the cask.
05-3 t
. ..... .par
...... par
...... par
no aal
aidINI - 18 43- . - atioga
peigraraikr" -flansreiserion Merchants,
- Crrsimsarn, o am.
AGENTS For the Merchants' Transportation Com
pany composed of the Merchants' Line, Erie
Canal; Wnshington, Line. Hunter, Palmer & Co.'s
Line of Steamboats and vessels on the la
a al e '
Pro • Clevie
land Line, Pennsylvania arid Ohiop r
tors ofthe Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal.
Wilkie & Ensworth, No. 0, CoenLios Slip, N. Y.
Hunter & Co. Albany.
Otis Chaff, Boston.
Hunter, l'aimer & Co., Buffalo,
M. T. Williams & Dow,
Hon. Juhu M. Allen, Clereland.
Clarks M. Giddings, .
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh.
ap 1 1843-Iy.
Deaver and Warren Packet.
#4.,1i00k, THE canal packet ERIE, J. M.
- Shuw,master, will run as regular tri
weekly packet between the above named ports, leaves
Beaver oa Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays morn
ing, leaves Warren on Tuesdays, Thuridays and Sat
urdays; Connecting with the Stage Lines to Cleveland
direct, For frei.:ht or pa.. , iage apply on board, or to
BIRM.INGUA.M & Cu., Fit,!,burgla,
1. S. DICKEY, LlCaver
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1 s 43. F or neat.
1 cl G ROVE HILL, the late, residence l'
FARE REDUCED.—U. S. )1.1.11. 1..,.:r - E OF STAGE-
Aaron Ham deceased. The filaces
set, RAIL ROAD CART. from P itt3litirea, via 13cd
! is well etorltrd withrhni , . fruit tre...., vines,. asli; .
ford, Gliamhershur7. Harrisburg ar.d Lancaster, to Ako, a cnnvenicnt tcn - trrtent Intelv oce 4 " *AWL re
Phiiadelphia. connectintnvith the Main train of cars to , Lln ,, ,hor,e. ,„.,
N. Y. &c. Only 150 miles staving and DOC liii'llt 011 L i
POI 5 ,107) will bear:en , -..0 ti.e f,r.st ofOctoflobreastis
Also. the direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Fhiladclphia S 9. For term ,. apply to GEO. COCIIRANdiker.
13altimore 9. Dug 22.-:lo
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M. To Rent.
Office `_'d door below the Merchants' Hotel Wood. st.l i LEASANT rooms and coed steam pomer, at Ilei
MEN DELI., GRAIIAAL WAUGH &Co., 1 L cast steel file manufactory, corner of Liherti and
fob 23. 18.13—1 v. Proprietors. CYI I ara streets. Apply on the prPrrnselt._ jilt' 16.......
ho Great antral Route Freeman's Piro Brick for Sala.
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T received, 5000 Freeman's best Fire 13 1. ;
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Railij US
which will hereafter be kept •crmantntsv 011
Road Company. i and sold low fur cash, by BIRMINGHAM & CO.
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. 4 4 Roues and Farms to sent. .
NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL CC/ACHES FOR T HE ftlhSCrit.erhaa opened an ifFice (in connexicre
with his 'Medical A gelicy) for the renting
WA.SHISIOTOX CITY, BALTIMORE, PLIILADELFRIA selling of Houses and Farm=. As many persons ate
AND NEW YORK. I constantly wanting to rent houses without having the
HIS line is in full operation and ].caves Pat burgh
I time to run about the city in search of one, can by call.;
Tdaily at G o'clock A. M., via \V-.....,11tingt0n a.
ins - upon the xobscriber, and stating the kind , f house
and national road to Cumber:and, c.2..necti::g here
they want, find one that will suit them, also know the
with the rail road Cu's to all t 1.1.• 10)0,e p.aces: Tray--
number of rooms, situaticra and rent, without further
elers will find this a speedy sad e.,m,ortalAe route, troobkt.
it being a separate, and distinct Pitt.burffn and Cum- Owners of houses would find it toll:reit interest to
berland line, facilities will be afforded which have sot call, and give a description cc' therm and. the.rent they
been heretofore enjoyed. Extra coaches furnished at require, as they wank] rt,en find their houses rented
the shortest notice with the privilege of going through .
sooner and wi th less trouble. -
direct ur taking one nights rest at their option.
! The patronage of the pui”ic is resneetrullv solicited':
For tickets, apply at our office at the Monongahela: sen 21 , -:f T. H. TUTTLE, lld, 4th st.
House. L. W. STOCKTON, I -
feh 3—dtf. President of N. R. Stage Co. l i nottsea s &e., Per fent.
---"lfeirnlar Packets, for Cincinnati. i Zr E subscriber has opened a book to record any
-L ' dwelling house, warehouse, stoterthop, rooms
~„„,,r _ , ...r....• 41
. or country farms and seats for rent, charging the own
ors 23 cents each record. He will keep it open for all
who wish to rent any kind of property to =amine, and
The Swiftsure, Robinson, Master, leaves every 1
charge their. 12A cents; and for a vsmallcompensation
. ,
Thursday at 10 o'clock. a. in. will attend to rer.ting all kinds. of property, and atten
Ti c e Cutter, Collins, Master, leaves every Friday at
t o a ll ki n ds o f business; between landlord and tenant
10 o'clock a. m .ISAAC HARRIS, Agent,
The Mor.tgornerv, - . Bennett, Master,leaves every Sat-1.
ac, . `2l . No. 9, Fifth st.
urrlav at 10 o'clock a. I 1 -
The Express. Parkins:i A Good Farm for Sale or Exchange..
n, Master, leaves every Sun-
day at 10 o'clock a. m. i
..t1 i t FARM of 139 acres on Sugar Creek, Arrnstrtmi
JOHN BIRNIINGFIAM & CO., j ecur.ty, 100 of which is improved. This farm is
ninv 20 . Acerb!. ' well watered by springs find two 'arge runs which - pass
-------------- nearly through it and then unite, fora:int-an excellent
United States Porta b le Boat LiEto Depot ,
Mill - Seat. 40 acres arc 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 far a dal?
re or for sheep. and lies vet..., well. There is on it a
good apple erchtral. a srlistartial hewed log house, a
I large loc., limn and a good coal bank. cosily accessible,
good order. and the quanti . v inexhaustible. This
A. M cANULTY very respectfully informs his
farm lies within 10 miles, of Freeport, 9 miles fresh
C . friends and the pub;ic, that he has made t. rrange-
Kittanning, 4 miles from a Catho'ic chapel, and 2 mike
merits to continin • the agency of the boats firming the ,
from a Presbyterian and Seccaler churches It will be
U. S. Portable Boat Line, at the large new AVlirehouse, I
sold at a bar;ain for rash rx e.rchnreld for a good
three store brie!: hors: and lot in Pittsburgh: For
Basin., where goods will be received and forwarded : terms and particulars enquire at Harris General . A
with usual despatch, and on the most favorable terms,
! tr.encv and Inteliiger cc office, or of the subscriber' on
to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Tot kor Boston. : -the
premises. S. J. WHITE:
THOMAS BORBIDGE. Agent, 1. . at ,,
272 .Ntiricet at.. Philadelphia. I " e l"'
MOORE & CHASE, Agents.
75 Bondy's Wharf, Baltimore,
Sept. 4-3 m.
ALLEN KAAMEIt, Exchange Broker, Ne. 46,
Corner of Wood and Third streets, Pittsburg
Pa. Golds Silver, and Solvent Bank now, bought
and sold. Sight cheeks on the Eastern cities, for sale-
Drafts, notes and bills, collected.
Wm. Bell & Co.,
John D. Davis,
F. Lorenze,
J. Painter &
Joseph Woodwell,
James May,
Ales. Bronson &Co. )
john HBrnwn &c . o.
James M'Candlesl:.} Cincinnati, 0.,
J. K. m'nonaia. }st. Lout, , Mo.
W. H. Pope, Esq., Pres't Bank Ky. Louisville.
1111cLine's American arm - •
THIS certify that with MeloA. ES Wonst
Sp Eq/E LC. a Ailti of mine passed upwards of 600
worms; it is the most powerful Worni Specific new in
use. BArt - tiotomEw.
Middlebury. 0.. Ottt, 4, 1543.
For sole at the Drug Store ofKT rit),
sept. I Corter 4th nrcl Wo , xl sts.
D e Stuffs Just Iteccivea.
el HMI' LOG WO0l) AND, re6Tic,
Ce.aw; KA, Aiwa. aa.l a 2,eneral stock of
Drr. Woups, in store, and for sale at tl-c.• Drug Store
Cnruor Ch and Wood vs.
art. 12
A.. 1.) wa ca?able of taking' charge of a
household, is desirous of obtaining a situation
as housekeeper in aprivate family, or as superintendent
ilia respectable hotel. She would have no objection
to leave the city if desired to do so. For further infer
motion inquire at this office. ant , 21—tf
ATACKEREL.- 1 6 Bbls. No. 3 Mackerel, just
litr moved and for sole by
- • 43 Wood st.
To Met chants and Others.
AGENTLEMAN, who thoroughly understands
Book Keeping. wishes a situation in thaterina
city: the b •st of references will his given. Address H.,
at this office. ring `23—tf
TOBA.CCO.-10boxes Burton's 5 b lump tobaccr,-
t 5 do ftliz..sell & Robiusons do
5 do Hare's do
. 10 do a3sorted sizes and brands,
just iecei•. - ea and for sale by
43, Wood street
fittanufactorer of Tili,.C re opper and Sheet
Iron Wa,
ND. 17, Fifth ere ct,bettocen ll'oimiazd Market,
Keepsconstanth on hand a good assortment of war, , E..
and solleiti a share cif public patronage. Alen, on liana.
the following art icl shovels. e r 5, 101 2 81 ,. Pridirr'n •
,killets, teakettles, pots, ON en:, cotree mins, &e.
chants and others are invited to call and examine fo,
themselves, a s he is determined to sell cheap foreash
a •raved paper. mar 7—tf
Toothache! ToOthachen Tooihache!!!
rp lIE above complaints can be cured in five MM.
utes, by using the celebrated NI USCOSIT 1:5 DI:OF 5
which is warrunud• There an. molly imitations ar.o
counterfeits, of the above. The only true and gtnu
ine articleis to be had. at TUTTLF.,'S Sti Fourth v.
far Ortivimit
Building Lots in •
13 •• • •
L ul O te T d S,
a s t r a tel i e ti r btwuiolding', Mu:it:llbl git?,
ate a inferry boat landing, will be sold at pricels
the times. The terms of payment will be mine iftcr,
either for cash or such barter as can be wide minable.
Apply to the subscribers in Birmingham, or Ur. PI
"etorsot4 No. 4, Ferry street, Pittsburgh.
Lots for Salo.
4 Lots in Manchester. One ar.ti a Coeds Acres
Laudon Holmes' Lots nos. 41,12, 52 L 53,54
181, 182, andlB4, in Cook's plan of Lots,ott Hobnoe
mu. Also, Lots nos. 28,and 27, in Coc) -01 P/Viqf
onßigh street, near Limner/Calm 'louse. Yoe tsittos
apply to ItE.SiIic4IONI
sep 10
For Sale.
LOTS on the North East corner of Coal Lase mil
High street. Apply to
Market near fOurdi surer
For rtent.
That COTTAGE, situated in tbe Bordaghe
-1 Lawrenceville, at present occupied 3:ohn
The place has a very fir.a garden .4 good Wort
meet of fruit trees. Any person renting eau
privilege of engaging for the ensuing year.
Sion given on the Ist of Octebernext.
Apply at No. 5 Commercial Row, Liberty street
or to Wm. Teman, Smithfield greet.
bop. 1, 1843. , -
Landreth's Garden Scas.
A full supply of Landreth' , .:, Garden Seeds always otl
hard and for sale, at his agency. the
L. SNOrnn store 'or
F. ,
iep.lo 184, Lih-rtv st o f Wc
Peach Trees.
THE, subscriber bas jest received from the Nur
i nsery of Landreth and Felton. rear Philndetbia
et lot of the choicest variety of reach trees, to v.hich
would call the attention of the t O
h 1•13(.
No. 184 Libcrlv st. head of Wocd..
Pittsburgh, Pa
T HEREBY certify that I have known a number of
Ipeople who have taken Dr. McLane's Liver Pills,
and have been much benefitted by them, and I believe
them to he the hest pills for liver complaints, and for
general use, of any pill row hrfore the public.
I hereby certify that I hare been afflicted. for 6 years
with a liver complaint; end have applied to_a:Tertmt
physicians. ar.cl ull to little or no e‘fllct. anti! T ,
we of pr. McLane's:Pills. In taking two 1.•0v.c5 of thug
T am nearly !catered to perfect heilth. • .
ritt , ll:rgh, Ancuit 10, 1843.
r7"For:.• - ie a:, the Ding Etnre of •
nub 9.2 ew-rerditli nr,l IVned ztreco,Pitt4ttn-gh
J T IVER COMPI INTS.--Dyspe7sia aver hal=
ges'irn. with 4-n4.-i...cress, arr - 11,ty cf the stern-
Itch. 'hardness off w 1 after mrah4. he arthprn. fitoulen. y,
liver complaints. with pain in the side tibd shoulder;
jaundice. hihuus c4.mplairt;. diatetcs ; gravel.
,tone, and inflanunatiurt cfthe are most perfectly
removed and cured by tl.e LTA TIC ELIXIR.
This article has the 7710.5 t 2.3toniAllnlieffect9in curing
all complaints of the stomach and digestive orginit,—;
Many highly respectable indiviet:ats in Now York
have been cored. after trying every other remedy in
vain, and have given :n thcirrames pet mission to
refer to them. It i; pleasant to the taste. and does
not in the least interfere with the daily avocation of ors
taking it. Many fannies c!fthis city have become sit
pleased with the medicine, that they use it as :their'
only family medicine. By using it rcrat-iertary,.
keeps the stomach free from bilious diorders, susd axis'
liver active. with the secretions of the body in theMiist.
perfeCt activity. It is composed entirely of vegetablikt,
The cure will begradual, but certaiman a pent meat..
Forivale at TUTTLI ' 6 2 86 Fourth street.
scp 6.
In the District Court of AllegAety Cotmely,
July Term, 1843. N 0.93.
•-•-•..." John Walker. Jr. . .
L. S vl. Venda:ens Expo>. •
......,.... Peter Wilson.
A n d no w, tp wit, August •281 h. 1813, On tvtiova
of G. P. liarni:ton, Es.q.. the Court apprat,t Fr. R.
Shank Esq., Auditor, to dietritctc the prrcteds of vale
in this case. From the Record, ~ '
A. SUTTON,Iio - ~
l'cotcc is hereby , riven to a!! rnr,7ons interestt,4l. - %laid
I will attend to foe dati"..; 7.7.;.G by :h•)
Cnurt in the rtb., , ,e ra=e, c sirect.
TuLiduy the 2602 Frr ,, r: bcr, nt
10 o'clocl.., A. 'M. r RS. R. S.EII..—NK,
Pease's c y.
A Fresh supply :us.t re“is-c.rl firm 'N'ew York. azd
1 for sala at TCTILE'S. 86 Fourtlist.
Sept 12.
1...) All sort= bf rlethiLz a:A werlring oppetal..Please
roll at No. 151 Lii - erty strcer.awl 5 , e far am-setros„
sop 7. . .I‘lcC