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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1843
11:7For business cars, &c., see firstpage
PITTSBURGH BOARD OF TRADE.
COMMITTEE FOR OCTOBER.
W. J. Howard—J. B. Semple—George Ogden
OUR RIVERS.—The heavy rains above have caused
another rile in our Rivers, and we may safely say, that
there will be no interruption of navigation, until our
Rivers are closed by ice. Boats of the largest class
MD go out full freighted, and our enterprising Boatmen
are realizing an ample reward for their industry. It
is positively refreshing to witness the bustle and activ
ity on our wharf, and the animation visible in every
branch of business in our city.
PAINTINOB.—Mr. Gro. Coons is exhibiting soll-eral
piiatiaga at Irvirin'd Long Room, 4th .itmet. Among
them is a portrait of Henry Clay.
TROUBLES IN SCOTLAND.
LONDOS, 3d October, 1843
'The spiritual authorities of the Residuary Church
'Of Scotland have called in the aid of the civil authori
ties--police and military—to enable them to take pos.
session of the church edifices. The people have, in
, scraseiisistances, resisted this encroachment upon what
sbcy-osuceive to be their ri.thts. The only serious re
lissoncoof which we are informed, occurred in Ross
shire; ht the deforcement of the Presbytery of Chnnon
.ry at Rosalis, and the minister at Logie, as detailed in
the. lastfßoss-shire Advertiser. At Rosalis, early in
; she %day, and before the arrival of the lord-hew:Thant
,arid - srheriff, a crowd of men and women, well supplied
%with stones and sticks, surrounded the church, and,
althoagh fired upon by the military, (without any be
ring seriously injured, however,) they kept their ground,
and drove off the civil forces. One of the women was
arrested, and carried to prison. She was a tall, ath
letic woman, and made a powerful resistance. At
Logie, similar scenes were enacted. On Tuesday
week, four officers arrived at Invergorden, and arrestea
two of the parishoners; the people came to the rescue,
and quietly advised the officers to leave their prisoners
and be off as quick as possible. The officers took the
hint, and made off, leaving their prisoners. When the
ministers of the Free Church heard of the riots, they
repaired to the disturbed districts, and exhorted the
people to yield to the civil authorities; the result
was that the Residuary Ministers were duly installed
in the churches, the tenantry withdrawing, of course,
and leaving the Dominies to preach to empty pews.
The people had asked forground upon which to build
free churches, but we are not informed whether it
pleased "the lairds o' the ma tor," in the county of
to grant their request. It is worthy of remark,
that the. Boss-shire men are of the real Highland
stock, jealous of their rights, and ever ready to main-'.
THE RACE BETWEEN THE PRINCETON AND THE
%BEAT WESTERN.—The contemplated race between
•theAe two steamers, attracted an immense crowd at
New York, yesterday afternoon, to the Battery.
During the whole morning, the Princeton hail been
moving about the harbor instead of corn i ing to an an
chor, for the reason that if sheanchor:d; she would ne
-cessarily come under the command of the officer of the
-station. The wind was blowing a little gale from the
north-west, and the Courier says, it was a very curious
spectacle to see a large ship with her sails all furled.
moving about in the very teeth of' the wind and tide,
without a sail set, or the appearance of paddle wheels,
steam pipes, and the other usual evidences of being
propelled by steam power.
At a quarter to three o'clock, .the Great Western
came down the East River; and when about South of
the Battery, to the astonishment of every spoctator, all
her-sails were set, at the same time that she was blow
ingloff steam at a rate never witnessed before. She
had used extra materials-for creatin7 steam for this 0C
- cagion, and made double the qaaatity she could work.
When the Great Western had got about a quarter
of a mile the start. the Princeton made after her ut
dull speed. She passed the Battery at a rare-horse
pace, moving as if by magic; and three cheers showed
'that the spectators had now but little doubt of the re
stilt of the chass. Both ships headed direct for the'
Quarantine—the Princeton passing to windward, and
wridently overhauling the chase, hand-over-hand. The
Western added sail after snit aloft as she run before the
- wind; 'butit was evidently a hopeless matter, and when
thew° ships headed for the Narrows, the Western
Appeared to be half a mile to the southward, and the
Princeton fitr ?to the westward of her.
To the astonishment and a ("light of all, the. Priocet m
gained rapidly upon, ocetharded and passed the Great
Western, without showing an inch of canvass! and
then commenced setting sail, and literally walked a
way from hey!
In one wcrd, the applicability of the Peopeiler to
steamers of every class, is no longer an experiment.
Tho Journal of Commerce adds to this, that in get
ting out of the dock, the Great Western knocked oat
eight buckets from one of her wheels, and was lovled,
besides, one foot eleven inches by the head. She had
also a heavy freight, besides abont one hundred pas
sengers, with their baggage; whereas the Princeton,
not having on boatel her Puishnn guns, was lighter than
her ordinary sailing trim.—Phila. Times.
In this state, where the, coons have carried the Gov
ernor and both branches ofthe Legislature, we observe
that in 63 countiesbeard from, the Democratic vote falls
over 6000 short of the poll of 1841, while the whiz
vote also falls short some 2Too—thus showily= ' clear
ly that there is no increase on the part ; of the Whigs,
nor loss on that of the Democrats. Vt these ''same
old coons" have the impudence to claim the result '1
the election in this State as a great "Clay Victory."—
What nonsense! Any man who believes that Mn Cal
houn could nut carry Georgia aver every body else; or
that Martin Van Buren, Gen. Cuss, or Col. Johnson
could not carry it over Mr. Clay. must be demented.
Now, the secret of the result in Georgia is the same
as that we have already alluded to in to-day's paper;
that is, - disaffection in the ranks on account of the con
duct of a certain portion of the party. A great body
of the democrats were net pleased with . the action of
the Milledgeville Conve.ri in, although had the object
ions which they had to the Convention itself been re
moved, its proceeditgs would have met their approba
This portion of the party did not go to the polls
The Paris carropandlut of the National
teraves the fallowin; incident a 3 having occurred at
a large tetn;?eranca meeting in the city or Norwich,
It is long since I have been more struck with an ,
amends honorable for inconsiderate censure than that I
of the Bishop of Norwich to Father Mathew at
the recent immense gathering in the city of Norwich.
The preacher delivered a very earnest address in behalf
of the cause. Let me quote the rest:
"And now,reverend sir, and friend from another Isl
and, allow ma to greet you—(addressinc , Father Ma
thew, who rose amidst enthusiastic applause). I meet
you not here as a Roman Catholic priest. I differ
from your creed, and I candidly and openly avow in
your presence, and before this great assemblage, that
lam hostile to it. But, reverend sir, I meet you here
in a more noble and comprehensive character—l meet
you here not as a priest, but as a Christian brother.—
[The right reverend prelate here crossed before the
chairman ; and extended his hand to Father Mathew,
which was cordially grasped and shaken by the latter,
amidst the most deafening cheers]. I meet you, l re
peat it as a Christian brother upon neutral ground,
where all denominations of Christians may delight to
-visit and unite together in a common and holy cause.
:[Heer,hear.] I have watched your conduct, sir. for
many a year. Yes, sir, long since, as you may remem
ber, when I censured you in public—nay, may I nut
:add, abused yout—l have watched your proceedings.
'Whose public reports, upon which I founded those pro
ceedings, I subsequently discovered to be founded in
malignancy and falsehood. [Hear.] The result was,
sir, that I appealed to you as a Christian and as a man
of honor to let me know really how the case stood.—
You answered me most nobly and honorably, and I
heli..v , A you. I uhu.:ed, sir, no more. I felt, sir, that
same apoiosv was due from me for die wrong I had
done u o s_nd here lam to receive you. [Rear.]
WE have received, and will hereafter to keep con.
stantly on . hand, a full supply of Printing Ink,
in large and small kegs, which we will be able to sell
cheaper than it has heretofore been sold in this city.
Orders from the country accompanied by the cash
(IN six casEs) will be promptly attended to.
PHILLIPS & SMITH,
oct 10—tf Office of the Post and iNI anufactuter.
New Groccriek !!
IN addition to theirformer Excellent Stock of FRESH
FA.lllmy GROCERIES. the subscribers have this day
received No's. 1, 2 tuid 3 Mackerel, No's. 1 and 2 Shad
and Salmon, Susquehanna and Labrador Herring, Cod
Fish, Liquorice, Cocoa Nuts, Ground Nuts, Lemons,
Sultana Raisins, Prepared Cocoa, Sago, Mace, Salrera
tus, Saltpetre, SpennCandles, Chalk, Whiting i Rotten
Stone, &c. &c.; together with a great vat iety of rare and
choice articles in their line; all of which they offer at
Wholesale or Retail, on very reasonable terms.
LLOYD & Co.,
Oct. 9. 140, Liberty st.
New Fall and Winter Goods.
HAMPTON & SMITH,
No. 11'2 WOOD STREET,
ARE now opening and offer for sale a very large
and general assortment of seasonable Dry Goods,
consisting of plain waved, and diamond beaver cloth,
broad cloths of everycolor,cassimeres, sat tinettsjeans,
kerseys, linseys. flannels, baizes, bleached and brown
cottons, drills, ticks, Al pacca lustres black and colored,
plain and printed merinos ' mottslin de lains, Irish li
nens, Mattioni andother silks, ribbons, laces,cambrics,
muslins, merino, fancy and blanket•slawls, sewing
silks, spool and skein tlin.:11:, &c.. together with
an assortment of carpets, runs floor cloths, &c , all of
which we are able to sell as cheap as goods can now be
bought in any market,. east or west. sep 21—tf
THE subscriber having purchased and tliorouzhly
repaired these MILLS, is now manufacturing,
and will keep constantly on hand, a full supply of all
the different kinds of Nails, Spikes and Brades, etc.,—
made from this best quality of Juniata Blooms, and as
soon as the necessary additions can be made to 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 Fii ii Ward, will be promptly at
tended to. JAMES ANDERSON,
sep 29-3 m
T RESPECTFULLY infurm 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 fir sale at my shop, in
Sixth street, above Smithfield, next to the church on
the corner of Gth street—as also with Atwood, Jones
&Co., and Dalzcll & 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 safes;
justice and truth wurrant 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, books, &c., which they contain
ed. I have a card containing a number of certificates
of the same, which arc in circulatiou 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, a screw
press, with power to punch holes in half inch iron.
JOHN LE FEVER'S
New & Cheap Stock Establishment,
NO Gl, DIAMOND ALLEY,
BETWEEN WOOD AND 74 tRKET STREET
T WOULD most respectfully announce to the citizens
of Pittsburgh and . the country generally, that I have
commenced the manufacture of STOCKS, of every ca
riety, form and description, and ivQuld solicit merchant
and others to call and examine fur themselves, us I am
determined to sell on the most accommoda6ng term,
for cash, and hope, by strict attention to business, to
merit a share of public patronnze. aug. 19-6 m.
McLane's American Worm Specifics.
1. ~,„„. intr:llll4 ago. I pill ciiii,c4ll vial of Mc-
Lane's Anwrican IVorro Specific. 1 ear:: a boy of
mine most of a vial; lie pa--;,.d .10 s ers l ar , 7 e
From thttt time his health improved very mud . I hail
tried two other Vernamzes to no purpreze. I b e li e v e
Dr. McLane's the best article before the pnbli,.
1). CA LIIOUN
:\ Win tp., Alit-trimly co.. Sept. 30.
For sale at the Drug Store of JON. KIDD.
oct 3 Cntuer :Ith and Wood
DR. M'LAN E'S
AMERICAN WORM SPECIFIC.
Mr. J KIDD—Sir—A child of mine iibont 4:4 years
old, was constantly indisposed, and of hale complex
ion; but had always a good appetite. It/ order to have
the child well. I bought a small bottle of MrLinr's Vet--
mirage of wilich I gave him 3 spoonfuls, after which
:20 or :25 large worms were oxpellcd. I wish all Ger
man: would rend the above facts. The child's health
is much improved. MICHAEL RHIN.
Chortler s Creek, Sept. 2C 1313.
ILTTor sale at the Drug Store of
oct Corner of 4th and Wood sts. Pa
J. W. Buibridge & co.,
AGENTS for the Anle of BEAITV ., PowWatrl
street, between Wood and Stuithti , dd streets,
Pittsburgh. Oct 5 Itn.
Bargains to be Had
p 0 focitEs OF VALUABLE LAN DS
T 5 , 0 V ill be sold a bargain in lots tOSMit.
1 eireha 4 ee.i. The land lie: in Tiler and Nicholas
WS., r ginia—and CLEAR OF ALL F.SCUIIBRAKCEB.
For particular: inquire of the sttb:ctibers, if by letter,
post paid, LLOYD & CO.,
oct 10 140 Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
Bitter Almonds and Ginger Root
T") ECEIVED tlti, d y, a choke lot of Ilitto l Al
11, In v:(14, real Jamdioa (in :.. , r It 0:LAI co::1::oni
\I, - 0 , a few w
c,y Pow DE it
LT.( )1 . I) &
1.10, Lioort,, a.
CST It EC EIV D and Cot sale on consignment,
7 hhd= bacon,
7 hlids sugar,
Can Le Acen oldie sore ofJacob Paintrr& Co.
alu; 29 J. K. MOORHEAD A. CO
T EAS.—Rec,iyea micansignment,
12 Chests Young Ilyson Tea,
4 " Black Tea,
5 " Gunpowder, by
J. G. & A, GORDON,
sep 13. 12 Water street
RECEIVED by S. 13. "New York," five tons of Pig
Lead. For sale by
SMITEFS NEW YORK VARNISH, No.l, quick
drying, in store, and for 6ale at the DREG
WAREHOUSE of J. KIDD,
net 2 Corner of 4th and Wood sts.
B UTTER -27 Kegs.
5 Barrels Western Reserve.
Dairy Butter just received and for sale by
HALLMAN, JENNINGS &Co.
sep 26 43 Wood st
SHARES Allegheny Bridge Stock, at pri
vine sale, by - JOHN D. DAVIS,
sop 11 Corner of Wnod. and Fifth streets.
BUFFALO ROBES by single robe or bale, for sale
by A. BEELEN.
BEAR SKINS, dressed and undressed, just receiv
ed and for sale by A. BEELEN.
W. R. CHF.ESE, dust
rvcciYcd tuLd fur
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCIVT,
Corner of Wood and sth sta., Pittsburgh,
IS ready to receive merchandize of every description
on consignment, for public or private sale, and
from long experience in the above business, flatters
himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with their patronage.
Regular sales on Mos Divs a.nd THURSDAYS, of Dry
Goods and fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of Groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured article ,ne NV
and second hand furniture, Sec., at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Sales every evening s at early gas light. augl2—y
AT DAVIS' Commercial Auction Rooms, corner
of Wood and Fifth streets. An extensive as
sortment of DR Y GOODS, recently purchased in the
East for cash, and which will be sold at a small ad
vance on Eastern prices, for currency or approved en
dorsed notes. The assortment consists in part of
20 pieces wool dyed blue black broadcloths;
15 " striper. blue cloth;
10 " brown, olive and mixed cloths;
4 " super. Beaver cloths;
5 " pilot cloths;
40 " cassinetts, assorted colors; some very
50 " flannels, twilled and plain white, red,
green and yellow.
" English merino, assorted colors;
100 all wool blanket shawls;
200 cotton plaid shawls;
1,000 doz. spool cotton, all colors;
100 pieces bleached and brown muslins, and a
great variety of other articles usually found in a Dry
EV Also, an assortment of hoots, shoes, and hats,
which will all be sold at prices without regard to the
late advances in the East. sept 23.
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Canal Ba6lll,corner Wayne and Liberty streeti, Pitts
burgh. Agent United States Portable Boat Line.
rcpt 4-3 m.
PCAWFIELD has removed his marble Estab
• lishment to Wood st. opposite Fahnestock's
Drug Store, where ho will keep consmntly on hand
Tomb Stones, Monuments etc. ap 19—lyr
Beware of a Settled Cough!
- FAIL 74I'LAN ES Sudorific Lung Syrup, being a safe
and effect 'Jul remedy for Cougs, Catarrhal Fever,
Influenza, Pleumsy, the lira of forming stages of Con
sumption, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Ste. Some do
zen of certificates of its valuable effects can be pro
dnced, one of which is now offered.
This is to certify, that I had a very severe Cough all
l ast w i n t e r a nd w a s very much reduced. After trying
medical aid to no purpose, I was advised to procure a
bottle of Dr. 11I'Lane's Lung Syrup; it gave me relief
immediately, and in two weeks 1 was able to go out,
and fully believe it to be one of the most valuable med
icines now before the public, for Cough and breast Com
FFA fresh supply of this valuable Cough medicine
l ust received at the Drug store of .1. KIDD,
oct 7 No. 60, corner of Wow) and Fourth At. 3
JCST RECEIVED and for ,iale by \VM . THORN,
No. 5:3, Market street,
500 lbF.. puro palm soap in the bar,
600 " " " in casks,
100 " variegated soap,
50 " white Cu-itile, (only lot in market)
100 " almond soap, in lb. casks,
50 doz. shaving soap,
10 " Glenn's rose spertnacetti soap, for chapped
bands and for ~11, n ia,7. the skin.
The subscrilwr ha; on hand a Larger assortment of
the above article; than any other e;tablihment itf this
city, and i, al:o receiving: a large ;apply of fresh dragA,
1 1V Eli (:( 011' LA INTS—Dyspepra an d i n di
nseitlity of the etont
liver complaint, , , v. ill] pail' in t h e pith' and shoulaer
jnnuJit e, bilim_H complaint', drop, , y, di dietrs, gra% el,
:tone, and ititlummation perfectly
r'ain'ed and cured by the HEPATIC; ELIXIR.
This article has the Inuit astonishing elfects iu curios
all complaints of the stomach:nal ditestivenrxtint. .
Many highly respectable individuals in New York
have li• - en cured, a ftet trying every ether reme dy i n
vain. an d, h a y,. riven i n t hei r nam e s with permission 1,1
refer to them. It i , plea,ant to the ta.te, and doe is
not in the least interfere with the daily one
taking it. Maly :limn' ies of this city have becom s
plen,e;l with the me,licine,r that they 71: 1 1! it :LA their
only family medicine. liy ti-ing it ocensimallv, it
keep- , the ,:totmich free from bilioai di,order, , , and the
liver acthe, with the sec reti,,n- of the body in the most
perfect activity. It i= compo-ed entirely of vegetable.l.
The core will he gradual, but c,rtain arid permanent.
Fur sale at Tv TTLE',;, Fourth street.
A fall supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds always on
hand and for sale, nt his agency, the Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 1114, Liberty at, head of Wood.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Ti.l; l'artoeNhip horetufore exiAing under the firm
of Du. Kr. :Ind A LEX A NDER, i this day disAal
ved by rtou:il clm, , ,ent. JAMES DICKEY,
sopt. 1, I^ll. IVM.G. ALEXANDER.
JAMES DICKEY respectfully informs his friends
and the public, that still continues in the Transpor
tation Business, at his Warehouse, CORNER or LIBER
TY AND 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 terms Sept. 4—tf.
ITOPKINS' EXTRA ALCOHOL, for retailing
for sale ut the DRUG STORE of
0(12 Corneroflth and Wood go.
111 do Gro. Pepper,
3 do " AMpico, together with Mu.tard,
Ginger and Gicnn, will be sold very low to clo4e con
signment, by 11.1.11.. M A N, JENNINGS &CO.
013. 4:3. Wood street.
HE partnership horetofore exi,oim4 under thQ
1 style of Devine& M'Anuity, is this clay dissolved
by mutual Coll6ellt s H. Devine is to collect all sums
dn.?, to the concern, and pay all claims contracted for
the concern uh to,lthis data
Pittsburgh, Sept. 1. 1893
H. Devine respectfully informs his friends and the
public, that he still continues in the Transporting
business. and that he has removed the office of the U.
S. Portable Boat Line, to No. 43 Water street, next
door below Lewis Hutchinson, where he will receive
and fUrward Freight to the East, on the very lowest
t erms. H. DEVINE.
MOKED HERRINGS.-2•i boxos smoked her
-1...J rings just received and for sale by
MAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.,
aug 9 43, Wood street
EXCHANGE BANK OF PITTSBURGH,
October 20th, 1843.
AN election for thirteen Directors of this Bank, to
serve for the ensuing year. will be held at the
Banking House, on Monday, the 20th day of Novem
ber next, between the hours of 9 a. N. and 3 P. N.
rt2l—te THOMAS M. HOWE, Cashier.
MEECHANTS AND MANUFACTURERS ' BANK, /
Pittsburgh, October 20, 1043.
A N election for thirteen Directors of this Bank for
Ilk the ensuing year. will be held at the Banking
House, on Monday, the 20th day of November next.
o2l—te W. H. DENNY, Cashier.
BARR OF PITTSBURGH,
October 19, 1843.
A N election fur thirteen airectors of this Bank, for
IA the uirz
. .ear, will be Itehl at the Banking
Houre on 401.11 day of Noverm,er next
140, Librrty st
John D. Davis,
AT PRIVATE. SALE.
C. IL NIcELNULTY,
No. 5'3, Market atrcet
Landreth's Garden Seeds
Dissolution of Partnership
C. A. M'ANULTY
A ank icoteg anb tExcl)ange
CORRECTED DAILY BY
A. EXAMEIEL, EXCHANGE BROKER,
Merchants and Manufacturers' Scrip
Exchange Bank Scrip 1
Erie Bank Scrip
Nets York ...
Bank of Pitisbur gh par
Merchants and Manufacturers' bank ...par
E.rchanr,e . . par
Do. ° Hollidaysburgh
Bank of North America par
Do Northern Liberties par
Do Pennsylvania .._..__._..par
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania par
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank par
Kensington bank .par
Manufacturersand Mechanics' par
Philadelphia bank par
Southwark " par
Bank of Penn Township ....par
Girard bank 16
U. S. bank and branches 36
Bank of Germantown par
" Chester county par
" Delaware county ....... par
" Montgomery county ................par
" Northumberland par
Farmers' bunk of Bucks county par
Easton bank par
Doylestown bank par
Franklin bank of Washington
Bank of Chambersburgh,_
" Middletown ....
" Gettysburg% .... ..........
" - Lewistown . ..
" Susquehanna county
Columbia Bank and Bridge Company
Farmers and Droners' bank
" Bank of Lancaster
" Bank of Reading...—.
Harrisburg bank .. .
Lancaster co. ".
Miners' bank of Pal:rine -
Monongahela bank of Brownsrille 1
New Hope and Delaware Bridge compaily....lo
No rthampinn bank ....no sale
West Branch bank
Belmont bank of St. Clairsritc
Clinton bank of Colurrbus
Columbiana bank of New Lisbon ..
Cirderille Lawrence, cashier)....... •
" ( !Warren, cashier) ....no sale
Cinciuncti hanks—. ..
Commercial hank of Lake Erie.
Franklin bank of C01umbu5........
Faimers' and Mechanics' bank of Stenbentrille—
Farmers' bank of Canton • 90
G eau ca
G ran rine
Massillon . •
Mechanics' and Traders'. Cincinnati
State bank rind branchei
111 be nl.:
State bank 50
Bank of Illinois, Shawnectotim .....
Bank of the Valle!) of Virginia -
Bank of Virginia 1}
Exchange bank of Virginia .... . l
Farmers' bank of Virginia.: . . . la
North-lVesternbank of Vi r ginia
Merchants' and Mechanics' bank of Virginia:...
Baltimore City banks .--
All other solvent banks..
All solvent banks.. . ...
All solvent hanks .. .
All solycnl banks.. ,
Mobilr bnnl,•s ..
New Orleans banks
N. NV. CORNER OF WOOD & FIFTH STS
The preprietots of the McinNitl6 Pos.'. and 111Ett-
MIRY AND MANUFACTCRER respectfully inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, th•it they have
a large and well chosen assortment of
fearlab.7l3 "311C - 35CM"Alll,
alat 043 332 utza3aaalet
Necessary to a Job Printing Office, and that they are
prepared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY ESESCRIPTION
Books ' Bills of Lading, Circulars,
Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards,
Blank Checks, Hat Tips.
att Mobs of "'Stouts,
Stage, Steamboat and Canal Boat Bills, tcilh ap
Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable
. We respectfully ask the patronage of our friends and
the public in general in this branch of our business.
July 31, 1843. PHILLIPS & SMITH.
200 BAGS GREEN RIO COFFEE, far sale
HAILMAN,JENNINOS & CO.
cir.t Ig. 41, Wood street.
10 ARGAINS ! BARGAINS!! BARGAINS !! !
:111 sorts of clothing and wearing apperal. Please
call at No. 151 Liberty street,and =^^ i uryourso h nn .
se T 7. 3, McCLOSKEY.
CORSILF. OF WOOD •ND THIRD STS
BOOK AND JOB
STANDART, INGRAHAM & CO.,
Forwarding and commission Merchants,
AGENTS for the Merchants' Transportation Com
pany composed of the Merchants' Line. Erie
Canal; Wnshington, Lino. Hunter, Palmer &. Co.'s
Line of Steam boats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve
land Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. Proprie
tors oftlio Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal.
Wilkie & Ensworth, No. 9, Coenties Slip, N. Y
R. Hunter & Co. Albany.
Otis Chaff, Boston.
Hunter, Palmer & Co., Buffalo,
M. T. Williams & Dow,
Hon. John M. Allen, Cleveland.
Charles M. Giddings,
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh.
ap 1 1843-Iy.
Beaver and Warren Packet
l ann a THE canal packet ERIE, J. M.
Shaw,master, will run as 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 hoard, or to
BIRMINGHAM & CO., Pittsburgh,
J. S. DICKEY, Beaver.
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-BARE REDUCED.—U. S. MAIL LINE OF St.tc.es
AND RAIL ROAD CAM, from Pittsburgh, via Bed
ford, Chambershurg, Harrisburg and Lancaster, to
Philadelphia, connecting with the Main train ofcars to
N. Y. &c. Only 150 miles staging =done night out.
Also, the direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia $9.
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M.
Office 2d door below the Merchants' Hotel Wood st.
MENDELL, GRAHAM, WAUGH & Co.,
feb 23, 1343-Iy. Proprietors.
Viis National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail
44 "Soe If,
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NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WaiuusiuTos CITY, BALTIMOItr, PH ILA 13 ELPHIA
- AND Nuw Yonx.
/THIS line is in full
orrution and leaves Pittsburgh
daily ut 6 o'clock A. M., ia Washinclon Pa.
and national road to Cumberland, cot:ll...ling hore
with the rail road Cg's to all the above rilae , , , s: Tra•'-
elers will find this 'a speedy and comiortablii route,
it being a separate and distinct Pittsburgh and Corns
berland liner facilities will be afforded which have not
been heretofore enjoyed. Extra coaches furnished at
the shortest notice. with the privilege of going through
direct or taking one nights rest at their option.
For tickets, apply 'at our office at the Monongahela
L. W. STOCKTON,
feb 3—dtf. President of N. R. Stage Co
— Reiritlar Packets, — for Cincinnati.
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The Swasure, Robinson, Ma=ter, leaves every
Thursday at 10 O'clock, a. in.
The Cutter, Collins, Mailer, leaves every Friday at
10 o'clock a. M.
The Monte:ornery, Bennett, Master, leaves every Sat
urdav nt 10 o'clock a. to.
The Express, Parkinson, Master, lea - ves every Sur.
any at 10 o'clock a. rn.
JOHN BiRMINGHANI & CO.,
may 20 Apents
ALLEN :KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. d 6,
Corner Wood and Third streets, Pittsburg
Pa. Gold,. Silver, and Solvent Dank notes, bought
and sold. Sight eheekti on the Eastern cities, for sale.
Drafts, notes and collected.
Alex. Brouson &Co.
John 1.1 I3rown&t'o.
J. It. M'Donahl.
W. 11. Pope, Esq., Pres% Bank
Dye Stairs Just Received.
CHIPPED LOG WOOD A.ND Blue
Vitriol, Carmtocid, Alton, and a general stock of
Dix Woons, in store, and for sale at the Drtie; Store
of JON. IdDIJ.
Fora. 12. Corso; 4th and Wood sts.
11TACKEREL.-IC Bbls. No. 3 Mackerel, just
1 received and for sale by
lIAILMAN, JENNINGS &CO.
Pep S. .13 Wood st.
AGENTLEMAN, who thoroughly understands
nook Keeping, wishes a situation in that capa
city: the hest of references will hegiven. Address U.;
at this office. aug 28-1 S
T OBACCO.—:-.loboxcs Burton's 5 b lump tobacco,'
'25 do Russell & Robinson,: do
5 do Hare's do
10 do assorted sizeFt and brands,
just received and fer sale by
LIAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.,
wiz, 9 43, Wood street
Toothache! Toothache!! Toothache!!!
iHE aboVe complaints can be cured in five min-
Ines, by using the celebrated M s COVITIt S DROPS
which is warranted.. There are many imitations and
counterfeits, of the above. The only true and genu
ine article is to be hid at TUTTLE'S 86 Fourth st
Sept P 2.
ABOUT the last week in June, in a Clothing Store
in Liberty street, a Note of hand, considerably
soiledand worn. It is signed.by James Gaston and
another, and drawn in favor of W. Black. The own
er can have it by identifying and paying expenses
No 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
No. 1 and 2, Maine Shad,
No 1, Labrador Gibbed Herring,
And 800 lbs. fine dry Cod Fish,
For sale for family use, by LLOYD & CO.
012. 140, Liberty st
Young Ilyio_n Tea. y
.C ..n n T E e s a T or S, g hali ood qta e i b i ts tv a i n u ci n i ze s e:ivez r a i L
sale low for cash. JOHN D. DAVIS,
01.1. 6orner of Wood and Fifth sts.
Penmanship and Book seeping.
THOSE who wish a tlinron knowledze of these
branches. wolilit do well to call at Ma. S.
sigWArfs Commercial Academy, on Fourth; "s treet
near the corner of Market and Founk before enra, ging
elswhere, oct 3-Irn%
The Great Central Route
Bell & Co.,
John D. Davis,
.T. Painter & Co.,
> St. Louis, Mo.
- y. Louisville.
To Ale , chants and Others.
Jar Salt anb ter
Two ran= Per li • . .
Tw° good Farms on the antassaa •
creek, Westmoreland county, ibbot
9 miles from Greensburg, on the main road to lfl oq.
vile, 8 miles from it, and about 8 miles from Deniatcas
town, one mile from a brick Catholic Church and tri
miles from a Presbyterian Church, viz: No. 1. 200
acres and allowances, from 150 to 160 acres clears&
and under fence, has on it a log house, log lidin, dt i c .—
N 0.12. 150 acres of land adjoining the above, 73 lii lOQ
acres cleared and under fence, a good frame house
also a wagon shade and corn crib &Id a stone Erin*
house, all in good order. The will be sold ays.
fair price for cash and payments mode tOaCcittnns
or exchanged nm property in Pittsburgh Or Allegbeity.
Forfurther particulars enquire at Harris' General Ages
cy and Intelligence Office, No. 9, sth st. ale
Building Lots For Sale.
rp HE undersigned is authorized to sell ft ntunbar of
-1.. lots beautifully situated in Aaron Hart'splan of
lots on "Grove Hill." The rapid irnprovelnent mid
extension of the city in the Vicinity of these kb mag
greatly increase their value in 11 Very strott
Claims against the estate, properly authenticatzt
be received in part payment - .
GEO. COCHRAN, Executor,
016-3 w No. 26, Wood street:
InA TWO STORY brick house, suitable fur I
_LI dwelling and Grocery, situate on the camel'
of Fifth and Union streets. Possession given inane&
ately. Enquire of
011. JAMES MAX.
_ Building Lot* in Bithanos...
two minvies t il' ; :f y sits
steam ferry L oat landing, will be sold at prices to soil
the times. The terms of payment will be made easy,
either for cash or such barter as can be matte ilMstiableo
Apply to the subscribers in Birmingliairt, or Mr, P.
Peterson, No. 4, Ferry street, Pittsburgh.
june 1. JAS. PATTERSON, jr.
Lots for S'Ale.
4 Lots in Manchester. Oue anti a fourth Acres or
Land on Holmes' Hill. Lets nod. 41,42,52,53,54
181. 182, and 184, in Cook's plan of tots, on Hobbes
Hill. Also, Lotsnos. 26,and 27, in Cook's planof Lots
on High street, near the new Court 11 inite,- f'br terni4
apply to E. W. REA! INUTONI
T OTS on the North Eot corner of Coal Lane anti
high street. Apply to
op 10 Market near fourth street;
That COTTAGE, situated in the Baroiugb of
LawFenteville, at present occupied b John
The place has a very fine garden and good assort;
ment of fruit trees. Any person renting can have thd
privilege of engaging for the ensuing year. Posses
sion given on the Ist of October next.
Apply at No. 5 Commercial Row, Li‘erty street )
or to Wm. Toman, Smithfield streets
scp. 1, 1343.
A SMALL CHEAP FARM FOR SALE.
ASMALL Patin in Upper St. Clair *rdamship, 1;
bout 43 miles from Pittsburgh:an:l3l)6ot 60 yards
of the IVashineon turnpike, containing 163 serer good
land, Nvelllocated and it-lip - roved, and almost all cleared
and under good fence; and will be a good placb for at
extensi‘'egardner, It has on it a good darellint
lionse and barn; and is well watered. It *ill be sold
low for casb—orpart cash and pnrt credit. Apply at
Ilarris'Agcncy and Intelligence Office. or
PLEASANT rooms and good steam power, at am i l
cast steel file rnanafactery, corner of Liberty awl
O'Hara streets. Apply 'on the premises; July 18.
Houses and Farms to Beni..
Tr HE subscriber-has opened an office (in r:ottnettiod
with his Medical Agency) for the 'renting Loa
selling of houses and Farms : As many persons aria
constantly wanting to rent houses without having the
time to run about the city in. search of one, can by call;
ing upon the subscriber, and stating the kind if house
they want, find one that will suit them, also know the
number of rooms, situation and rent, withoM furtheii
Owners of houses would find it to their interest to
call, and give a description of them, and the rent theil
require, ns they would then find their houses rent ed
sooner and with less trouble. •
The patronage 'of the public respectfully rolicitect.
stp 21—tf T. H. TUTTLE, 26, 4th et.
Houses, &e., For Rent.
THE subscriber has opened a book to record any
dwelling house, warehouse, store, shop, rootrui
or country farms and seats for rent,charging the own.
ers 25 cents each record. He will keep it open for al)
who wish to rent any kind of property to examine, and
charge them l 2 cents; and for a sMallcompensetion;
will attend to renting all kinds of property, and attend
to all kinds of business between landlord and tenants.
ISAAC HARRIS, Agent,
wept 21. No. 9, Fifth at.
A Good Farm for Sale or Exchange.
AFARM of 130 acres on Sugar Creek, Arinstnme
county, 100 of which is improved. This farm i 0
well watered .by springs and two large rims Which pissi . i
nearly through it and then unite. formiagen excellent
Mill Scat. 40. acres are first rate for .meadcrW.O'rl
spring crops, and the balance is good for fall aftlin..—.
There is no waste land, and it is well adapted for a dai
ry or for sheep; and lies very Well: There is on it a,
good apple orchard. a substantial bowed log house, al
large lcig barn and a good coal bank, easily accessible,
in good order, and the quantity inexhaustible. This
nirm lies within 18 miles of Freeport, 9 miles from
Kittanning„ 4 miles from a Catholic chapel, and 2 miles
from a Presbyterian and Seceder churches. It will be.
sold at a bargain for cash or exchanged for a good
three story brick house. and lot in Pittsburgh. For
terms and particulars enquire at Harris' General
gency and Intelligence office, or of the subscriber An.
DR..hfcLANE'S LIVER PILLS
IHEREBY certify that I hare known a numb;' of
people who have taken Dr. AlcLane's LiTell- ! l ifts,
and have been much benefitted by them,. aasi I believe,.
them to be the best pills for liver complainis, and for
general use, of any pill now before the public.
I hereby certify that I have been afflict/A for 6 years
with a liver complaint; and have applied to different
physicians, and all to little_or no effect, until I made
use of Dr. McLane's Pills. In taking two boxes of thenw
T am nearly lestored to perfect health.
Miller4burgh, near Pittsburgh, An:.<ttst 16, 1843
ra"-For sale at the Drng Store of
J r ,iNATHAN KIDD,
aug '2'2; corner 4th and, W oo d streets, Pietabtinsii
rreemaies dire Brick for Salo;
JUST received, 5000 Freeman's best Fire Brick,
which will:nereafter be kept constantly on handl
and. , ‘old low for cash, by BIRMINGHAM & CO(
may '27 No. 60 Water st.
THE subscriber has just received from the Nur
sery of Landreth and Fulton ' near Philadelphi a
a lot of the choicest variety of peach trets, is iritichivri
would call the attention of the public.
F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 184 Liberty st. head of Waid.
S UNDRIES.-50 boxes chocolate,
5 do cocoa,
3 do rice floor,
25 do g rruna pepper.,
5 an Cayenne do.,
3C3 cans ground mustard,
5 kegs do allspice,
5 do do ginger,
cans do do., together wits,
every thing in the grocery line, all of which is offerml
at extremely low prices, for cash.
MAILMAN, JF:rtNINGS & CO.,
S. J. WHITE
43, Wciod street