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ExCHAVOIL Burr or Prrrsennow, i
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October 20th, 1843. 5
1843. ~7 A N election for thirteen Directors of this Bank, to
sem for the ensuing year , will be bald at the
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- . PITTSBURG/I BOARD OF TRADE. B anking - Hou s e, on Monday, the 20th day of Novem
ber next, between the hours of 9 A. )s. and 3 P. IL
CONXITTZE TOR OCTOBER.
W. J. Howard—J. B. Seaile--George Ogden. 021—te THOMAS M. HOWE, Caghier.
ME RCHANTS AND MANDFACTUDF:RS, BARR,
n The ittrynst. Mr. Marshall, .
Pittsburgh, October 20, 1843.
werentau. into,Court yesterday morning, and stated they 1 N election for thirteen Directors of this Bank, for
nable to agree upon a verdict, and that there was ilk - the ensuing year. will be held at the Banking
house, on on Monday, the 20th day of November next.
not the slighest probability they ever would, as they
W . ,11. DF,NNY, Cashier.
Mood just as they did when they went out, eigit for
BANK OF PITTSBURGH
conviction, fear fer acquittal. They were consequent- I
October 19, 18 3.
A N election for thirteen director s of this Bank, for
the ensuing year, will be held at the Banking
aura/al—We call the attention of all who feel House on Monday, the 20th day of November next
friendly to the cause of Repeal, toe meeting to be held
at Temperance Hall this evening, at 7 o'clock,JOHN SNYDER,
Several distinguished speakers are invited, and we I --
mayexpect a rich treat.
tarßoors ` v as hissed from the stage of the Front
street. Theatre, last Thursday evening on account of
being in a state of beastly intoxication. Poor Booth;
bat for the vice that has ruined so many of his profes
sion, no living actor would be held in higher venere
aion:this great but unfortunate delineator of tragic he-
AN EXAXPLE.—The Govenor General of Canad
has communicated to the As -embly a Despatch, stating
Th oppressive tax upon newspapers proprietors, in
e shape ofa penny upon each paper, as a perquisite
so tile Post Master General, is to be abolished. We
understand that a half-penny is to be paid
paper or pamphlet in future; payable either on posting I
MORE ROWS IN BALTIMORE.
In addition to the two disturbances mentioned in
yesterday's paper, we find the following in the Balti
"On Wednesday afternoon, whilst a young man
teamed John Ralf, accompanied by a friend, was ri
ding in a small buggy wagon down South Howard
street, he was struck on the head with a brickbat, pro
s ~jetted from a crowd assembled in the vicinity of the
United Fire Company's engine house, which felled him
in the vehicle, producing a deep aid dangerous cut,
from which blood flowed copiously. He was taken
to the office of Dr. Smith, and received surgical aid,
though suffering greatly from the wound. It could not
Ike ascertained who threw the missile, or fur what cause.
so daring an outrage was perpetrated.
"Between three and four o'clock. on Wednesday
morning, another shameful affray occurred in Howard
street, between Lombard and Baltimore street:. A
party of young men were attacked with brickbats and
'chased to the Globe Hotel, where a numiier of mis
siles were thrown against the doors and windows,
breaking them to atoms. Pave m ents were
and the streets literally strown with brickbats.turn up, al
Tuesday night, during. the torch light procession, a
young man named McNear was shot with a ball from;
bop pistol, which entered his mouth and fell upon his;
p, rendn g his situation very dangerous and his:
recovery doubtful. Another person named Irman re-'
ceived a shot in the neck, whilst others were more or
boss hurt. Wednesday evening, too, whilst the fire:
men were about passing into the Front street Theatre
on a body, they were assaulted by a party of young
seen, rallying under the names of “Gunhalls" and
. " - kollers. A general disturbance ensued, and sever
ed of the assailant s were arrested by the police.
fir "Th e
had show conclusively, that since Monday
Such is tha state of th. s unusual degree of disturbance:—
case; and it now r for
vie fireman to rid themselves of those wh o emain were ,: the
actual aggressors; that thestigm a of such conduct may
rest where it properly belongs.
_ _____ , Beware of a Settled Cough!
To Printers. ___
R. 21 , 1'1, %NES S tdorific Lung Syrup being a safe
AVE have received, and will hereafter keep con- '
D and effectual remedy for Ceues..Cata'rrhal Fever,
shindy on hand, a full supply of Printing Ink, r e p. .
nimen7a WM-711V the first of f„rmin- sta g es of o
in large and small kegs, which we will be able to sell
sonvitio n ..
A .t htna " \Vhoopires f 'ouch ' Ste. ' SomeCdon--
cheaper than it has heretofore been sold in this city.
, r , : f
:ini,. , „ ;, f . .- . . - :
its vatuanie effects can be pro-
Orders from the country accompa n i e d hy the cash dared,-) c o '' ,
r. ,..'' ; Inc.
it ch Is nOw Off•11r(1.
ON Ast.t. cAsss) will be promptly attended to.
Thi: is to certify, that I had a try s.-ver e Cou g h all
PHILLIPS R. SMITH,
last wittier rid eas very much re duced . After tr •in
tact 10-tf Office. of the Post and Nlatiufactuter. .. . •!
________________ medical aid I " no purpose, I was advised to procure a
New Groceries!! bottle of Dr. ArLatitt's Lime Syrup: it gave me relief
TN addition to their former Excellent Stock of Fit Kill immediately and in two weeks ( was able to go out.
/FAMILY Gitoet tilts. the subscribers have this day and fully believe it to be one of the most valuable med
received No's. I, 2 and 3 Markers.). No's. 1 and 2Slifid icines now before the public, for Cough and breast cont
end Salmon, Susquehanna and Labrador Herring, Ctxl Plul"lc- ELIZABETH NfORRIS.
reA fresh supply ofthis valuable Cone, medicine OHIO.
ish. Liquorice, Cocoa Nuts, Ground Nuts, Lemons, .
just received at the Einag store of J. KIDD, Belmont bank of Si. Clairsviile - - ........... 14
Sultana Raisins, Pnpared CIWIIII, Sag°, Mare. Salfeni.
tits. Saltpetre, Sperm Candles, Chalk, Whiting., Rotten I act 7 Ne. 60, corner of Wood and Fourth sts Chats:en bank of Colun:bus... .......... .. - - .14
Stone, &c. &e.; to,gether with a ereat vat iety of ea reand ' yeST 1 - 1 - .ECE I VED and for sale by ‘VM. THORN, Columbiana bank of New Lisbon .. ..- ....14
Circleville (Lawrence, cashier) .......... li
choice articles in their line; all of which they o ff er at
No. 53, Niarket street,
( Warren, cashier)
........ no sale
Wholesale or Retail, on very reasonable terms.
• i 500 lbs. purr palm soap in the bar,
LLOYD & Co.,
cineiny•ti hanks .. - .. - . .......... .... ..... .14
"0 '' " " in casks,
110. Lil'ertV 't• lllO '' Varienteli soap , Chillicothe bank ................ .... • . ...... 14
j Commercial bank of Lake Erie.... .......... 20
Dissolution of Parinership. : r,f) •. white Castile (only lot in market)
1 Dayton bank ........ .... .-. . • . ........... 14
rr HE Partnership heretofore ex istilie: 11 oder the firm ' lite .' almond soap, i n 4 lb. cask,,,
l Pranktin bank of Columbus... _ ... _..
-1.. of DICKE rand ALEXANDr.R. is (ill , It, dissol ' 50 (1 i7.shas ing soap,
i Faraters'and Mechanics' bank of Steubenville:. 11
ved by mutual coasent. JAMES [lit 'K ry. 10 .. G!ena's rose sper - nacetti soap, for chapped Phroners• bank of Canton ...... I .... ...... 40
sepr. 1, 1211. WM. G. A LEX 1N DE R. leitids and Isr .ioftenirtz th , skin.
i (.1.,17.12,7 ..................
The subscri! , er has 141 h aul a larzer assortme nt of ! Gr,,,,,,,b.
.................... L o l l
.TAMES DICKEY n'sp-etfally informs hi. friends ; the above amide f than :toy other establishme nt i n this ! rr
rz a rli i i o n .....................
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and the plfiff'. fif"t If• till ea:Hi:tees in tits Tra.is„.. cot and is al.:, receit jug a l nr~cs, laqesfleply afresh drag , i, ! ',moister ................................................... ........2;
tatiori Business. at his Wareleiti.,•, consvn or Liar a- , &,....
W .1 . , 7 HORN,
• - • - .. ..... "...Li
TY AND WATS V. iTREF:TS, Canal lia , iri, under the ; oil 7
No. 53, Market stl if 71
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fret. t /7 , .1 en
nam e of the "Independent Portable Boat Line," - -
' ilerhanies' and Traders', Cincinnati
wh-re he will receiv e an I forward freigh t to the East a t .1 IVER COM PL AINTS--Dyspep r i a and Indi -
atom , ,v,-,./. Pleasant ............................. 14
the lowest terms
sere. 4--If. J -1 gestionovith CoiliVCilesß ascidity
--- itch, ha rdaessof I. ' , darter meals, heartburn fin tulens y, ! ',..V4r".41k .........................
New Pall and Winter Goods.
i liver complaints, with pain in the side rind shoulder j ~.,`'''',"l " ,: •-•---- - - - - • ' - ......... • • ''!!
HAMPTON & SMEffl,
jaundice. liiiinits complaints, dropsy, diabetes, gravel, I '(,"7"""3' .................. - - - • ........ - - - ,; 11
No. 1 1.2 WOOO STRErr, I stone, nail inflammation ofthe lungs, are most perfectly i ',7`.•:10 ............................ '' ' • ''' ';',.. 5
ARE now opening. d ire r '
an- ti... r ,or sate a s lavers 1 rem , ,,,,1 and c ure d by the HEPATIC ELI X In. 1 • .. r-ana ....... "•-•-•----'•' - - - - - ' - '- - - - • ''''
Wooster .................. ..... .......... .1i
.11, and general assortme nt of seascitable pry l)G ; This article has the most it stoni shingetrects in curing i
consisting of plain waved, and diamond beaver cloth, l all complaint. uf the stomach and digestit eorgans. . •leale ............ -•-• • • • • ................. / i
broad cloths of every color, ea ssitaeres. sattinetts, jeans, i Many highly re.spertable individuals in New York i 24 ' e/rill ' ... .• .. ............... .. 14
kerseys, linsey 4, flan:lds, haiees, bleached and brown I have been cured. after trying every other remedy in I
cottons, drills. tick s , mp aeen Inst e p s black and colon-a-1, I vain, and hav e given in their names with permission to I State hank and brandset.. -
plain and printed merinos, mouslin de lain.s, Irish li- ; refer to them. ft is pleasant to the taste, and doe s i State Scrip .....
nens, Mattioni andother silks, ribbons, Inces,cambries, ! not in the least interfere ss it h the daily avocation of one 1
--................;• niniling, merino, • fitney and blanket shawls, se-tying' taking it. Many find ies of this city have become $ ) 411 banks
silks, spool and skein threads.&c.. together with I pleased with the medicine," that they use it as their ; •
/OR THE POST.
Messrs Editors: The time is fast approaching, an assortment of carpets, toss floor cloths, &c , all of only family medicine. By fusing it occasionally, it
whn the .
dint pelil parties will be called upon which we are able te sell as rheap as goodAcan now be , keeps the stomach free from bilious disorders, and the I State bank
ten:ue candidates for the Mayoralty, and the bofight in any market, east or west. sop 21-tf / live r artier, with the secretions of the body in the most 1 Bank of Illinois, Shateneetowa...
I perfect activity. It is composed entirely of vegetables. '
vesting' is everywhere asked, who will the Democra- i ------- ------7---
Lippsn . coft /1 1 1.11/s.
The cure will be gradual, but certain and permanent.
cv choose. We would urge upon them the expediency
1 Bank of /he Valley of Virginia ......
T HE subscriber having purehased and thoroughly I For sale at TUTTLE'S, 86 Fourth street.
of aortal listing a man upon whom the whole party could
Bank of Virginia ...................
unite—it) Dr. Wlt.t.fast KERR, of the 3.1 ward, we re- ! repaired these Mitts, is now manufacturin g , ! sop G.
Exchange bank of Virginia, ..... _ .
cognize such a man, and one who will (if elected) make and will keep constantly on hand, a full supply of all ! --________ ._______.
Oa yesterday mnrniug, of
the different kinds of Nails, Spikes and Brades, etc.,— I Just Opened. Farmers' bank of VI rwin 'a .. . _
an able and efficient public officer.
Nora- Irestern bank of Virginia.. .. .. . _
VOTERS. made from the best quality of Juniata Bloom, and as
Merchants' and , Ifechahics . bank of Virginia
soon as the necessary additions can, be made t ) the
Branches.. _ _ .. ..
machinery, he will manufacture every description of
the lungs, SfiSS SARAH E., daughter of Gronaz Bar and Sheet Iron. usually' made in this market.
Orders left with S. Cuthbert. at Ni,, 94. First street
THORNBURG, of Allegheny city, aged about 12 years. '
near Wood, or It the Mills in the Fifth Ward, will be
promptly attended to. JAMES ANDERSON.
sep 29-3 m
PARSNIPS AS FOOD FOR PIGS.
Whilst staving in the Isle of Guernsey fir a couple
et months in the summer of 1341, says a correspondent
the London Farmer's Chronicle, I aas much pleas
ed with the peculiarly fine flavor of the pork, being
sweet, juicy, firm and beautifully white, at a season
the year when that unclean animal is thought not to be
in the highest perfection. mis superiority in flavor
arid appearance, is attributed to the plentiful ,apply of
raw parsnips with which the animal is f.d. In con
firmation of an I/Myer:sally adm:tted Not, I b.•g to send
pea the following extract from a lately pliblisheil
ry of the island and its products:—••liiigs prefer raw':
parsnips to all other rams, and make excellent pork
when fed upon diem; but the bui:iaz of the root refl..'
tiers the bacon (ibby. By this 1041 the anim
fitted in six weeks. Tan mach can hardly be said in
praise of the beef amid pork fatted on parsnips.
At this time (July 17th, 1830) there is in the Guern
sey market. a parker, 22 months old, weighing neat
7:10 lbs., English. which has never eaten any thing but
raw parsnips and sour milk; finer meat was never seen.
In the use of parsnips, one caution is absolutely neces
sary—they are never to be washed, but to be given as
they are taken up from the ground. Used in that way,
they are found nut to surfeit the begs and cattle, and to
fatten them better and quicker than they othccwise
would. If washed they are apt to satiate, and as the
farmers say, will never tboroualdrfatten them. An
ox will eat 120 lbs per day, elusive of hay."
Burkee Building, next to Merchants and Manu
Landreth s Garden Seed'.
W. KERR would inform all those interested, A full supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds alwys on
eP • that he has opened a school at the
aboveave place, hand and for sale, at his agency, the Drug store of
for the purpose of giving instruction in the Ortho-
F. L. SNOWDEN,
graphical and Pei specti ve.Drawitig. Hours, from Ito sep 10 184. Liberty st., head of Wood.
J. W. Eturbridge & Co.,
JOH N W 13141 R G ENTS for the sale of Rh:Al-FYS Powder, Water
; • 1..1 `,l 1 Al A ••• 1 - FA( — it . I', F.; li street, between Wood and Smithfield streets,
~,,, jp (//)// \'% ll7'T.si:ivre.ll , Patsbureh.
art 5 lm. 1
Iron Safes. •
IT RESPECTFULLY inform the public that I have
and keep always on hand an assortment of Fire
Proof Safes. The price, in consequenc e of the ma
NEW GROCERY ST(ME terials and labor being ?Trull lower, is reduced about
thirty percent. They are kept far sale at my shop,
STACY LLOYD, JR.. - .- • ..-. A. G. REINHART.
Sixth street, above Smithfield, next to thchurch o
LLOYD & CO.
the corner of 6th street—a; also with Atwood, Jones
WfIOLESA LE and Retail GROCERS AND Com- &Co., and Da.lzell & Fleming. In regard to the dual-
XISSiON MERCHANTS, Ne. 140 Liberty street, itv of my safes I leave those persons who have ptir
a few doors above Sr. Clair street.
eirt.:ed and will purchase my safes to attest the util
rip Wir•re families ran at all times be supplied sty of them. I desire no nevvspape r puffs on Inv a6.s;
with good Good: alai, prices.
justice and truth warrant me in informing the public
that all my safes which have been in buildings burnt
A . " RITING DESK AND CtT-----)EmITC:R for sale down for several years since I commenced have p re .
papers, boeks, &c., which they contain-
-, LLOYD & Co. served a ll the
°et. 27. -
190 Liberty street. .e . I hav e a card containing a number of certificates
2 iii---nos. N. O. SUGAR, just re-a, and Co - :
e,„/ sale by
J. G. & A GORDON lof the same, which are in circulation and in my hands
and the agentes. JOHN DENNING.
N. B. A few pair of steel Springs for Atte, made by
i Jones & Coleman, and will be sold low. Also a screw
( press, with power to punch holes in half inch iron.
MenmaPship and Ilealnea si t ur ,
who wish a thorough knowledge of these
n et. would do well to calf= MR. S. W.
Sum/Awes Commercial Academy, on Fourth Street.
near w the corner 3f Market and Fourth, before engaging
Water IsIT ----- Irrn MORE jacTini s t
G OLD'S P.ATENT LAMP forburning PINE OIL,
has surpassed even the expeetations of those who
bought them. A large and superior assortment of
them: consisting in peat if Bronze Branch Lamps,'
with two, three, and four Argerant - Burners; Centre
Table Limps with marble base, bra,. pede4tral s , drops,
sha I Polio bronze mantel and sid e d o , H a ll
do, Kitchen and Nursery do, with a variety of others,
only to be seen to he aa•nir,d.
Also the celebrated PINE OIL which for cheap
dess and (lea ilioess, stands u rrivalled. The above
may be obutined at TUTTLE'S, 87 4;h it.
XrAPS AND CENSUS OF THE U. STATES.
13 -1 Just received, a few copies of Mitchell's ele•
gent and cheap ( price $1,50) Maps of the U. States,
together with Maps of 32 of the principal cities and
towns in the Union handsomely colored. Also, a few
copies of Mitchell's Accurate Synopsis of the Sixth
Census of the United States, at 25 cents.
ISAAC HARRIS, Agent
02 1 and Commission Merchant, No. 9, sth st.
C. A. IIIeAIIII7LTY,
FO RWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Canal Basin,corner Wayne and Liberty street+, Pitts
burgh. Agent United States Portable Boat Line.
sept 4-3 m.
P CAWFIELD has removed his marble Estal
. lishment to Wood st. opposite Fahncstock's
Drug Store, where he will keep constantly on hand
Tomb Stones, Monuments etc. ap 19—lyr
s(i BOXES CHOCOLATE,
I_l 10 (10 GrO. Pepper,
3do Allspice, together will] Nlu.tard,
Ginger and Cocoa, will he sold very low to close con
signment, by HAILMAN, JENNINGS &CO.
43. Wood .street.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE partnership heretofore existing under the
style of Devine& M'Anulty, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. H. Devine is to collect all sums
due to the concern, and pay all claims contracted for
the concert/ up to this date.
Pittsburgh, Sept. I. 18.13
H. Devine respectfully inform s his friend s and the
public, that he still LOTItifiIICS 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 forward Freight to the East, on the vers. lowe st
alcLauaels American Worm Specific.
MORE PROOFS.—McL•ar.'s WORM SPECIFIC.
Some 2 months ago, I purchased a vial of Mc
Lane's American Worm Specific. I gave a boy of
mine most of a vial; he passed 40 very large worms.
From that tittle his health improved very mud . I had
ttied two other Verrnifu.res to no purpose,. I believe
Dr. McLane's the best ;tilde before the public.
Muffin tp., Allegheny co., Sept. 30.
For sale at the Drug Store of JON. KIDD
oct 3 Corner 4th and W-
uperior W. R. C H EESE, just
received and for sale low, by
C. A. AI'ANCLTI
D EAR SKINS, dressed arid undressed, just iv
ed and for sale by A. BEELEN.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Books, Bills of Lading, rirculars,
Pamphlets, I Bill Heads, Cards•
I Handbills, Blank Checks, Hat Tips.
XII Mobs of 13Iaufts,
DR. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS. i Stage, Steamboat and Canal Boat Bias, With ep
T HEREBY certify that I have known a number of I
I..people who have taken Dr. McLane's Liver Pills, I
Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable
and have been much benefitted by them, and I believe I
them to he the best pills for liver complaints, and for I Panted
We respectfully ask the patronage of our friends and
general use, of any pill now before the public.
MICHAEL FORNEY. the public in general in this branch of our business.
1 hereby certify that I have been afflicted for 6 years July 31, 1843.
with a liver complaint; and have applied to different i ~ PHILLIPS .Sr SMITH.
physicians, and all to little or no effect, until I made I ~ -
use of Dr. McLane's Pills. In taking two boxes of them
1 am nearly ) estomd to perfect health.
r-FriMillersburgh, near Pittsburgh, August 16, 1843 II B ARGAINS! BARGAINS! ! BARGAINS !
r sale at the Drug Store of
All sorts of clothing and wearing apperal Pl
JONATHAN KIDD, i call at N 0 .1.51 Liberty g stremand see fnr yriti . rse::
.aug 22 corner 4th and Wood streets, Pittsburgh j d e ., 7 .
140, Liberty it
I ' 2uction Si :.
.AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCH'T,
TsCorner of Wood and sth sit., Pittsburgh.,
ready to receive merchandize of every description
.1.. on consignment, for public or private sale, and
from long experience in the above business, Batters
himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with their patronage.
Regular sales on MON DA TS and TISURSD•YS t of Dry
Groc s and fancy ar ti cles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of eries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles, new i
and second hand furniture, &c., at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Sales every evening,at early gas light. aug 12—y
AT FRIVATE SALE.
T DAVIS' Commercial Auction Rooms, corner
of Wood and Fifth streets. An extensive as
sortment ofDRY GOODS, recently purchasod 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 consistsin part of
20 pieces wool dyed blue black broadcloths;
15 " super. blue cloth;
4 brown, olive and mixed cloths;
" super. Beaver cloths;
5 " pilot cloths;
40 " cassinetts, assorted colors; some very
50 " flannels, twilled and plain white, red,
green and yellow.
20 " F.nglish 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
neat variety of other articles usually found in a Dry
,t-ZiP Also, an assortment of boots, shoes, and hats,
which will all be sold at prices without regard to the
late advances in the Last.
Young Etyma Ta.
CFI ESTS halichests n d boxes Young H
y-11, son Ten, ofgorxl quality. Inv
.ale In w fur cash. received. and fur
01 I. JOHN D. DAVIS,
corner of Wood and Filth as.
Teas. Leather and Mn
D EC EI VED on consignment, and for sale by JOHN
I). DAVIS, at rho Commercial Auction Rooms,
corne r of Wood and Fifth street
-100 Cheats. f l alfChests, and Boxes of Young Hysoa
Teas, fresh importations;
3000 lbs. Sole Leather;
50 Kegs best Philadelphia Mustard. Also,
100 Reami Crown Wrapping Paper;
All of whirh %%ill he sold low for Cash, or Citynrcep
SHA Ft ES leay Bride Stork, at pri
vate sale, by JOHN D. DAVIS,
sop II Corner of 'Wood and Fifth streets.
PTO. 1, Salmon,
._ll No 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
No. 1 and 2, Maine Shad
No 1, Labrador Gibbed herring,
And 800 lbs. line dry Cod Fish,
For sale for family use, by LLOYD &
140, Liberty st
BUTTER -27 Keg.:
5 Barrels Western Reserve
Dairy Butterjost received and for sale by
lIAILMAN, JENNINGS &Co
43 Wood st
JUST RECEIVED and for salo on con.ignment,
7 Hi+ bacon,
7 hhd. sugar,
Can be !teen at the store ofjacob Painter& Co
nu; J. K. MOORFIEAD CO.
r P EAS.—Received on consignment,
12 Chests Young Hyson Tt: a,
4 " Black Tea,
4 " Imperial,
5 " Gunpowder, by
sep 13. J. G. & A, GORDON,
12 Water street
BUFFA LO ROBES by single robe or bale, for sale
os—tf A. BEELEN.
Q MTH'S NEW YORK VARNISH, No. I. qiiick
drvinir, in store, and for sale at the DRUG
ort 2 J. KIDD,
Corner of 4th and Wood its.
NIOKED HERRINGS.-25 boxes smoked her
rings just received and for sale by -
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.
43, Wood gran,
CI:MARC/1D DALLY BY
A. lERABLEIR, EZIMINGE
CORNIER 0? WOOD AND THIRD ST.I.
Merchants and Afanmfacturers' Scrip
Exchange Bask Scrip
Erie Bask Serip .
Os PAilade/pAia ...........
Neu Yo 4 rk ... ........ . .
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PENNSYLVANIA.—PITTSBURGH. . par
Bank of Pittsburgh
Merchants and Manufacturers' ba n k . .... par
.............. " ...... ....par
Do. flollidaysi urgh
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Bank of North. America
Do Northern Liberties.......
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania.
Farmers' and gifcchanies' bank-..
Manufacturers and Mechanics'
Philadelphia bank ... .
Schuylkill ..... " ..
Southwark ..... " .....
Bank of Penn Township
Girard bank ...•_
U. S. bank and branches
Bank of Germantown .....
" Chester county
" Delaware county
Montgomery county..... Northumber/and...— _
Farmers' bunk of Bucks county....
Easton bank ..............
Doylestown bank ....... ......
Franklin bank of Washington
Bank of Chambersburgh......
" Middletown ..... .
Sus ehu7ina county ..
Berk, county bank........
Columbia Bank and Bridge Com pan...... . —75
Farmers and Drovers' bank
" Bank of Lancaster
" Bank of Reading .............
Harrisbu rg bank ......
Honesdale " .......
Lancaster " .......
Lancaster co. " ...
Lebanon " ......................
Miners' bank of Pon:rine.... ..
Monongahela bank of Broesurville ......
Net , Hope and Delaware Bridge company
West Branch bank
Baltimore City banks _
All otter solvent banks....
t All solvent banks.. _
! All solvent banks..
Neve Orleans bank LOUISIAN:A s ( g00d)...-- - • • . .. • . .. 2i
800 E AND JOB
N• W• CORNER OF WOOD I FTFTH EEL
e proprietors of the MORNING OST MEM
CURT AND MANUFACTURER respectfu P
lly info SZCI
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they have
a large and welLchosen assortment of
71 C"Welit . .31M,
ably aaa cveztaa ataemwaatto
Necessary to a Job Printing Office and that they are
prepared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING, I
200 BAGS GREEN RIO COFFEE, for gale
HALLMAN, JENNINGS & CO.
43, Wnod street
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& co., • •
rorwarang amid g ummimliOn aterChantg f
A GENTS for the Merchants' Transportation Corn-
E,cl an - al; o . omposedof the Merchants' Lint, Erie
~Ynsh ington, Line. Hunter, Palmer & Co.'s
ia LineofStearn boats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve
nd Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. P
tors oftho Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal. r°Pria-
Wilkie & Eniworth, No 9 C ties Sap, Y
R. Minter & Co. Albany. "4
061 Ch aff, BOWXII2.
Hunter, Palmer &Co B fin/
M. T. Williams & Do . ; u
Hon. John M. Allen,
Charles M. Giddings,
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh.
ap 1 1843-Iy.
!Beaver and Warren Packet - .
-:.,. THE canal packet ERIE, J. M.
It--1--,....N.---2- Shaw,master, will run as regular tri
weekly packet between the above named ports, leaves
Beaver on Mondays, Wednesdays, and F ridays' 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 & CO., Pittsburgh,
J. S. DICKEY, Beaver.
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s '. 4 l"r`-'
.ARE REDUCED.—U. S. AIL LINE OF STAGES
arm Rem Rost) CARS. from M
Pittsburgh, via Bed
ford, Chambersburg, Harrisburg. and Lancaster, to
Philadelphia, connecting with the Main train ofcars to
N. Y. &c. Only 150 miles staging and one night out,
Also, the direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M.
Office 2d door below the Merchants' Hotel Wood at,
MENDELL, GRAHAM, WAUGH &
feb 23, 1843-Iv.
The Great Central Route
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail
Road Coll, y,
:, - Tn- .....
...cay....... i • :-.Aellt ;.
NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WASHINGTON CITY, BALTIMORE, P HILADELPHIA I
AND New YORK.
THIS line is in full operation and leave s Pittsb I
daily at 6 o'clock A. M., via Washington Pa. '
and national mad to Cumberland, connecting here : f r i A TWO STORY brick house, suitable for A
with the rail road Co's to all the above places: Tray
.l-1. dwelling and Grocery, situate on die corner
were will fold thin a peedy atul ("comfortable route, :of Fifth and Union streets: Possession given hems&
it being a separate and distinct Pittsburgh and Cum- ately. Enquire of
berknd lirie, facilities will be affbrded which have not • o f
JAMES MA 1 . .
been heretofore enjoyed. Extra coaches furnished at I --------„,....._______
the shortest notice. with the privilege of going throug,h Caitlin* Lots in 171 ------- -
direct or taking one nighu res: at their option. 4') LOTS, suitable for building, moot eligibly sita
For tickets, apply at our office at the Monongahela le." uated, and withiu two minutes' walk of diet
L. W. STOCKTON, tteamferry boat landing, will be sold at prices to snip
Stir President of N. R. Stag e c o , the times. The terms of payment will be made easy;
--ireic --- f o i, incuu. either for cash or such barteras can be made avallabk.
' Apply to the subscribers in Birmingham, or Mr. P:
t 1 *
Peterson. No. 4, in
June 1. .
JAS. PATTERSON jr.
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The Swiftsure, Robinson, Master, leaves every Lots for Sale.
Thursday at 10 o'clock, a. m.
. 4Lots in Manchester. One and a fourth Acres el
The Cutter, Collins, Master , leaves every Friday at Land on Holmes' Hill. Lots nos. 41,42, t 2.53,54
10 o'clock a. m.
181, 182. rind 184. in Cools's plan of Lots, on Holmes
The Montgomery, Bennett, blaster, leaves every Sat- Hill. Also, Lotsnog. 20, and 27, in Cook's plan of Lots
urday at 10 o'clock a. rn.
on High street, near the new emir? 11 , 1:re. For terme
The Express, Parkinson, Master, leave s every Sun- apply V)
Z. W. REMI.7% GTO:I
day at 10 o'clock a. m.
I sep 10
JOHN BIRMINGIIAAI & CO., ---
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T OTS on the North East corner a Coal Lam , and
united States Portia ---Bo Mine Depot
High street. Apply to
Marketsear Fcrarth street.
That COTT.AGE. situated in the Borough of
Lawrenceville, at present occupied by John
el A. 3 IcANCLTY very respectfully informs his . Parker.
\,..../ . friend s and the public, that he has made trrance- The place has a very fine garden and good assert;
menu to continue the agency of the boats forming the ' ment of fruit trees. Any person uintin , t• can have the
U. S. Portable Boat Line, at th e large new Warehouse, ! privilege of eneazing for the ensuing year. Posses
CORNER OF WAYNE ♦ aD LIBERTY STREETS. Canal sion riven nn the Ist of October next.
Basin, where goods will be received and forwarded ' Apnlv at .'Co. 5 Commercial Row, Liberty street?
with usual despatch, and on the moat favorable terms, or to IVm. Toman, Smithfield street.
to Baltimore, Philadelphi a , New Yogi: or Boston. 1 sep.. 1. 1843.
THOMAS BORBIDGE, Agent, ' -------.............._____-
272 Market it., Philadelphia.
AIOORE & CHASE, Agents.
75 Bondy', Wharf. Baltimore
eept. 4-3 m
LLEN KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. 46,
Corner of Wood and Third streets, Pittsburg
r Pa. Gold, Silve r , and Solvent Bali( notes, bought i
and sold. Sight cheek s on the Eastern cities, for sale. I
Drafts, notes and bills, collected. i
Wrn. Bell & Co ) '
Jolin D. Davis,
J. Painter & Co,,
Joseph Woodwell, J
Alex. Bronson &Co. Philadelphia.
John H Brown & Co.
James M'Candless. } Cincinnati, 0.
J. R. M'Donald. St. Louis, Mo.
W. H. Pope, Esq., Pres't Rank KY. > Louisville
Civ c Stilt& Just Received.
Vitriol, Camw . 711 LOG WOOD AND FUSTIC, Blue
ooti, um, and a enerul stock of
DYE WOODS, in store, and Al for sale at g
the Drug Store I
Corno r 4th and Woo Kd
ATACKEREL-16 Bb No. 3 Mackerel, just
_LTI mceived and for sale by
MAILMAN, .LENNINGS &CO.
43 Wood st.
To chants and Others.
A GENTLEMAN, who thomughly understand:
Book Keeping, wishes a situation in that capa
city: the best of reference s will be given. Address H.,
at this office.
TOBACCO.-10 boxes Burton's 5 h lump tobacco,
25 du rtu.sell & Robinson do
5 do Hare's do
tst 10 do assorted sizes and brands,
reeeived and ter sale by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.,
43, Wood street
THToothache! Toothache!! Toothache!!!
E above complaints can be cured infiv
rates, by by using the celebrated AI USCOVITUS e
which is warranted. There are many imitation s and
counterfeits, oldie above. The only true and genu
int articleis to be had at TUTTLE'S 86 Fourth st
BODE the last week in J u ne, o
in a Clothing Store
in Liberty street, a Note of hand, considerably
soiled and worn. It is signed by .lamee Gaston and
another, and drawn in favor of W. Black. The own
er can have it by identifying and paying expen.es
AMERICAN WORK SPECIFIC.
Mr. .1 KIDD--Sir:—A child of mine about 44 year=
old, was constantly indisposed, and of pale complex
ion; but had always eo6d appetite. In order to hal.,
the child well, I bought a small bottle of McLane's Ver
mifuge of which I gave him 3 spoonfuls, after which
20 or 25 larze worms were expelled. I wish all Ger
mans would read the above facts. The child's health
is much icor/roved. • MICHAEL TUR '
thortier's Creek, Sept. 2C 1343. F..
o'7or sale at the Druz Store of
JONATHAN KIDD.. I
Corner of 4th and Wood sts. Pit tshg.; -
HOPKINS' EXTRA ALCOHOL, for retaisn,
for sale at the DRUG STORE of
Corner 40d ste.
A SMALL CHE A p FAI -------------.---- 1 7 — ' — '-------------_ . wF(:m
SMALL Farm in I:riper Sr. Clair township, a
bow , li miles from Pittsbureh, and about 60
i of the IVa4hing-ton turnpike, containing 164 'errs a
!land. well located and improved , and almost idle
, and under rood fence; and will be a coot l place f* IA
extensive eardner. ,t-... It has on it a rood ditioAliffk
(l}lrise and harn: and is well watered. It will be sold
tiow for o n ol-- orpprr ratli nrd pnrr 'credit. Apply at
arris'Agency and in te11i. , ..-orr,' Ofrre. or
SA AIrEL NEALLAND• •
EASANT rooms and good steamsteamwer, at ue
L cast steel file manufactory, corner of Liberty mil
O'Hara streets. Apply co
on the premises.jury 16.
Rouges and Farms to Rent.
T HE All hq-ril.e r has opened an offic e (in connexion,
with his Medical .Azency) for the renting and
i selling of Houses and Farms. As many persons are
II constantly wanting' to rent houses without haying tbtr
time toren about the city in search of one, can by call ,
ling upon the . I tbscriber. and stating the kind s f house
they want, find one that will snit them, als o know the of roorns, situation and rent, without further
Owners of houses would And ft to their interest to
call, and Eire a descriptio n of them, and the rent thee
require, as they would then find their houses tented=
sooner and with leas trouble.
The nationage of tbPrublitiA respectfully solicited,
sep 21—tf T. H. TUTTLE, 86, 4th st.
Rouses, sc, For Rent.
THE subscribe r has opened a book to record any
dwelling house, warehouse, store, rbcp, rnrrns
or country farms and seats for rem, charging the own
ers 2'5 rents each record. He will Jeep it open for all
who wi4h to rent any kind of property to examine, and'
charge them J 9. cents: and for a small comensation.,
will attend to renting all kinds of property, and attend ,
to all kinds of business between landlord and tenant.,
wept 21. ISAAC HARRIS, Agent,
Nn. 9, Fifth sl.
AA Good Farm for Sale or 13kehantet
FAR AI of 130 acres on Sugar Creel,, Armstrong
county, 100 of which is improved. This farm IL
I well watered by spring s and two large 717r7S which pass
Inearly through it and then unite. forming:an excel:test'
Mill Seat. 40 acres are 'first tits
for meadow okf.
! spring crops, and the balanro is good for fall grain.7.±,
I There is no wake land, and it is well adapted fora dor,
ry or for sheep, and lies s•er . well. There is on - klu .
good apple orchard. a substantial hewed log how". la_
large loz. barn and a good coal bank, easily arcetaible.
in gond order, and the quantity inexhaustible . This
farm lies within la miles of Freeport, Si rniles &nos
Kittanning, 4 milosfrorn a Catholic eharel, ars4 tattle.
from a Prpshytorian and Seceder churches It will he ,
sold at a b.argain for easA er ezolostged fora good
threestory brick house and lot in Pittsbuigh. Poe
terms and particula r ono %Ire at Harris' General It
gsncy and Intelligent., of re or of the. RethAeriber on
:its. prem ises,
Freeman's Fire Brick for Sale.
J CST received, 5000 Fmeman's beat Fire Britt.,
which will hereafter be kept constantly rtn bard'
and gold low for ',119h. t.y BIRMINGHAM & CC.
No. 60 Water •/..
Ai l THE -ul:acrEbe r ha% to=t received fray?. the Mar. ,
..= , e , y c.f Landreth Fr.ri rt).P , 17`. re- ar Phi:ade:ll7.:z
i ;nt of the chercatt. varict. rreach treea, ta 14 hicl ho
0, 11.1 r7Ln. tax...-attertie n (1 'hi- ro 1:c.
F. L. &NOW-- AF.Y.
'46 1&4 Libk.ry sr. 1-oscl 41t44-
7 FARMS of improved land in Btler and= li
_Le) Beaver counties, to suit rch
hi $h state of cultivation. pu sers; in a
2 Farins in Armstrong county, near Freeport; 100
notes cleared; 150 bearing fruit trees; 3 dwelling*, bents
&c. For particulars, enquire at my (Ace, Smithfield:
near 4th street.
Itargains to bii *MI - -
13,68 9ACRES_ OF VALUAEIit LA:NDS
' , all/ he so:d • bargain hi hitisiostist
purchasers. The land lies. in Tyler chid MAO*
CO's., Pirelli:a—wand CLEAR OF ALL Eactasitartoitt
For particulars inquire of the subset ibers, if by lettrri
out 10 l4O Liberty street, Pittsburgh.
IVALDABLEICOAL LAND T POI! SILLS.
HE undersigned wisher to dispose ar *MU ' , WIPP
able coal land, situated near the six mile ferry,
on the Mononge hela river. The rein is very large, and
the coal equal to any brought to the Pittsburgh market
To those wishing to go into the cease business heron
a fine chance, as the cos I is favorably situated for load
ing boats, and will be sold cheap.
Apply to the subscriber at the office of C. parrach )
Esq., Fourth street, between Wood and Market
GEO. E. APPLETON.
Tun) r r in -------- -------- i , k.
ITIt T WO good Farms on the Loyalhanna
creek, Westmoreland tawny, about 1" i l;
9 mile/ from Greensburg, on the main road to :la
villa, B,miles from it, and about 8 miles from Deniatou
town. one mile from a brick Catholic Church rand twd
miles from a Presbyterian Church, viz: No 1. 20d
acres and allowance.., from 150 to ICO acres cleared
and under fence, ha< on it a log house. log barn, &c.--
No. 2. 150 acres of land adjoining the above. 75 to 100
acres cleared and ender fence, a rood frame house and
also n wagon shade and corn crib and a stonespring
house, all in good order. The above will be sold at a
fair price for Cas h and payments made tn accommodate,
or exchanged for property in Pittsburgh or Allegheny.
Forfarther part iculars eno uire at Harris' Cen, , ral Agen
cy and Intelligence OfEce, No. 9, sth st. "1 a
HE nn ding Lots Par Bale _
rrl dersiTned utorized to sell a number
..11- lots beautifully ia
si! n nat h eclin Aaron Hates
lots on "Grove Hill." The rapi ementd plan
extension of the city in the vicinity of these lots aunt
greatly increase their value in a very shor t period.—
Claims against the, estate, properly a tithe!, ticated, will
be received in part pament.
GEO. COCHRAN Executor,
No. 26, Wood strew.
J. E. HENDERSON