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THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 2, 1842
PITTSBURGH BOARD OF TRADE.
COMMITTRE FOR NOVEMBER.
James Thompson—Josiah King—William Darker
MTSTX.RIES OF Pious —This interesting talc is re
ceivoti aid for sale at Cook's Periodical Depository-
Price 25 CCOD.
ESTABLISHED CHURCHES is ENGLAND--The
following is an extract from the probate of wills, as
presented in the House of Commons. by Mr. Grattan
July 12, 1842:
Fowler, Archbishop of Dublin, left
Beinsford, Archbishop of Tuam, left
Agar,Arohbishop of Cashel, left
Stopford, 'Bishop of Cork, left
Perg, Bishop of Dromo, left
Cleit►gr, Bishop of Ferns, left
Barnard, Bishop of Limerick, left
Porter, of Clogher, left
Hawkins, of Rapheo, left
Knox, of Kilaloc, left
B sides maintaining their wives and families during
_ The reportof the commissioners state that in Ire
land there are 151 parishes having no member of the
churchof England, and 260 parishes having less than
Parliamentary grants since the Union hi 1800:
Tot building Protestant churches £525,377
Forliuilding glebe houses there 336,881
For Protestant charity schools 1,105,869
For Church S i'ty to discountenance rice, 101,991
For ICilaare place Society 170,508
AN AWFUL PROSPECT!
A writer in the Millerite paper of this city has given
,21 calculation to disprove a millenium before the res.
urrectinn,and he discovers, "by figures that cannot lie,"
that if The population of the earth goes on increasing,
through that period as fast as he thinks it will, if the
world stand so long, then, dreadful to contemplate,
there will be 18.037,886 inhabitants on each square
yard af the •earth's surface; and the mode of living he
expresses in the following classic language:
"Packpddown like pork, reckoning every three i itch
uiduals to occupy nine cubic feet, or one foot high on
every square yard, and we should have the cadre sur
face of every continent and island covered with living
inhabitants tea hundred and twenty-five miles deep,
andtheg raves of the previous generation only, upwards
of &ye hundred miles deep on the entire surface of the
land. It would also amount to 5,679,295 individuals
to every square yard on the entire surface of the globe,
or about three hundred and fifty miles deep of living in
habitants on the land and ocean."— Utica Gazette.
It AN'S INGRATITUDE
Show man, at the outset of your acquaintance, a Et
c!a courtesy— urt: him your opera-glass or your snuff
bar.,rwrite him what is called a civil note when there
is no absolute necessity for doing so, and he will trum
pet your praises as one of the most gracious of mankind.
Prozeed from small civilities to essential benefits; heap
fawn epon favor on him; go out of your way to evince
not anxiety for the promotion of his interest, the grati
fication of his desires; extend your disinterested kind
ness from himself to his family; get an appointment for
hi's eldest boy, and reconcile a high family to a match
with his daughter: invent a new hair dye expressly to
accommodate his wife, and lose a guinea a night to him
at whist, the whole season round; bind him more and
more tightly in obligations to you, and hoar him pro
claim you, nine times a day for nine years, the best
friend he everhad in tde world—the most generous of
mortals, the noblest of benefactors; and then, at the very
moment when he is - your own forever, ooh jest refuse
to lend him your gun, or yam: horse—or tell him that
you could not think of writing to the Review to selicit
n puff of his new pamphlet—dial's all! How, in such
a case, will the grateful fellow, to whom you have ren
dered the ninety-nine good tutus, turn round upon your
He will teach you, in no time, a curious lesson —thht it
T.:1:(311 pars to confer obligations, bur • aly :no rt.:nits to
forget them. SY'ay, he will it ni.irtake to ler4ct oa the
very sp..t, all that you have done f hire—all that he
sail-of you. He %vilf, at the shortest neitec. recollert
n >thing concerning you but your refusal to ribli;e him
in the very trifling matter wherein lie ha,l c ilk:elated on
yourassist:ince. Yon dratT"eil hint out of the river
once, saved his life at the risk of your own; you lent him
a thousand pounds; you introduced him to all the con
nexions in which he finds the bast charms of society.-:-
Does he remetnber sue of these little incidents. No- , -
he only recollects that you yesterday refused to buy a
share or two in the crazy speculation you were so rash
ly concerned in.
THE BUTCFIEII. AND HIS CALF
A butcher, who had purchased a calf, sat with it on
a horse at a public house door, while a shoemaker, re
markable for his drollery, observing, and, knowine he
had to pass through a wood, otTered to the landlord to
steal the calf fur a glass of grog. The landlord agreed;
and the shoemaker set oft and dropped one slLie in
the path near the middle of the wood, and another a
quarter of a mile from it. The butcher saw the first
shoe, but did not think it worth getting dowofor haw
over, when be discovered the second, he thought the
pair would be r - nod accordingly dism
ted., tied hi - -
where he h,
the 6eld3 111
The butcher, missing his calf, Went back to the inn,
and told his misfortune, at the same time observing
that he must have another calf, cost what it would. as
the veal watt bespoken. The landlord told him he had
a calf in the barn, which he would sell him; the butch
er looked at it, and asked the price: "Give me the
same price you did for the calf you lost, as T think this
is full as large." The butcher would not allow it by
any means to be as good; but gave him within six shil
lings,of what the other cost, and accordingly put the
calfs second time across his horse. Crispin, elated
with bis success, undertook to steal the calf again fur
another glass of grog, which, being agreed to, he post
ed to the wood, and hid himself, where, observing the
butcher come along, he bellowed so like a calf, that the
:butcher, conceiving it to be the one he had lost, cried
with juy, `lh! arc you there?. have I found you at last?'
and immediately dismounted and ran into the woods.—
Crispin, taking advantage of the butcher's absence, un
-strapped :he calf, and actually gut bnck with it to the
publican before the butcher arrived to tell his mourn
lid tale, who attributed the kvhole to witchcraft. The
publican unravelled the whole mystery, and the. blucher,
after paying for, and partaking of; a crown's watt' of
punch i laughed heartily at the joke, and the shoema
' ker got great applause for his ingenuity.
THE HON. JAME 3 BUCHANAN AND THE
At a meeting of the friends of the Hon. James Bu
chanan holden o:i the 28th inst., it was ununimousl3
Resolved, That a committee consisting of the subscri
'hers to this call be appointed for the purpose of calling
a general meeting of the friends of that gentleman, at
some convenient place and at an early period, for the
purpose of urging his claims to the PRU.SIDISNTIAL
NOIIRSA,rtes on the Democracy of Pennsylvania and
of the Union.
I,a pursuance of the above resolution we hereby give
nodce that a reg ular meeting of the friends of Mr. 13U
CHANAN will be held on Tuesday evening, N6vem-;
ber the 711 i, at half past six o'clock, at tho Washing
ton Hotel, kept by James Armstrong„ at the corner of
Penn and St. Clair streets, in the city of Pittsburgh, I
for the pprposes named in the resolution.
WILSON M'CANDLESS, I
HENRY, S. MAGRAW,
JOHN B. GUTHRIE,
Saturday. Oct. 48, 1843. Committee. , i
WANTED immediately and on the best security,
on mortgage on excellent property in town
and country, and on good private security, if preferred,
and for ditferentperiods; the following StIMS.VIZ: $5OOO,
$5OOO, $3OOO. $2OOO, $lOOO, $750, $5OO, $•'00;
$l5O, $lOO. Persons having money to lend will find
undoubted security. A fair interest, and in several
cases a rood premium for money, and 311 in codidence.
on applying at HARMS' Agency and Intelligence Of
fice, No. 9,5 th street. • n 1 •
Travellers should select Boats provided with
Evan's Safety Guards for preventing Explosion of
IT would be well for the traveling community to
bear in mind that their security depends entirely
upon their own encouragement of boats that have or
may be at the expense of procuring the above appara
tus. And that every individual making such selec
tions is contributing towards a general introduction of
an invention admitted by all men who understand the
principles of the Steam Engine, to be a sure preventa
tive against those dreadful disasters. You have cer
tainly, in the hundreds of explosions that have already
taken place, their almost daily occurrence, and the
thousands of lives that have already been lost, a suffi
cient warning, and inducement to make inquiry for a
Safety guard Boat, and in evety case to give it the
preference. They have went to an additional expense
that your lives may be secure. Ought you not therefore
to meet them with a corresponding degree of liberality,
and by your preference show that you appreciate their
laudable endeavors to stop this awful sacrifice of hu
man life. They do not charge more than other boats;
their accommodations in other respects are equal, and
in many cases superior; and as there is one leaving
Pittsburgh every day, why will you run any risk, when
it is so completely in your own power to avoid those dis
All boats marked thus [*] in the List of Arrivals and
Departures, in another part of this paper, are supplied
with the Safety Guard.
List of Boats provided with the Safety Guard.
BREAKWATER, MUSKIKGUM VAL' Y,
BRIDGEWATER, MISSOURI MAIL,
CADDO, MUNGO P ARK,
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
COLUMBUS, ORPHAN BOY,
CLEVELAND, OHIO MAIL,
DUKE of ORLEANS, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWIN HICKMAN, QUEEN of the SOUTH,
EXPRESS MAIL. RARITAN,
FORMOSA, SARAH ANN,
FORT PITT, SARATOGA.
GEN'L BROOK, ST. CHARLES,
GALLANT, ST. LOUIS.
IDA, TALLE Y RAND,
INDIAN QUEEN. TOBACCO PLANT,
ILLINOIS, VIC TRESS,
J. H. BILLS, VALLEY FORGE,
JE IVESS, WEST WIND,
JAMES ROSS, WING AND WING,
LADY OF L YONS. WHITE CLOUD,
WE have received, and trill hereafter keep con
stantly on hand, a foil supply of Printing Ink,
in large:tad small ke4s, which we will he alde to cell
cheaper than it has iieretol , .re Lccn au..l ill this City.
Orders from the country accomi-ol..: !.y the cash
(Ix ALL CASES) will lie promptly ittionl-tl i , /.
PHI L LI l'S NUT H,
net 0-tf Odice of The P.lst and Manufactiit,•r.
N addition to their former Excellent Stock ofFu
..1-FAMILY GnocERIES. ,:uhicriber: have thi4 day
received No's. 1, 2 and 3 :Mackerel, No's. 1 and 2 Shad
and Salmon, Susquehanna and Labrador Herring, Cod
Fish. Liquorice, Cocoa Nuts, G r mud NUB, Lemons,
Sultana Raisins. Prepared Cocoa, Sago. Mace, Saliera
tus, Saltpetre, Sperm Candles, Chalk, Whiting, Rotten
Stone, &c. &c.; together with a great vat iety of rage and
choice articles in their line; all of which they offer at
Wholesale or Retail, on very reasonable terms.
LLOYD & Co.,
Oct. 9. 190, Liberty et.
Dissolution of Partnership.
TE Partnership heretofore existing under the firm
of DICKEr and At.e.xxstirm, is this da': dissol
ved by mutual consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sept. 1, 1843. WM. G. ALEXANDER.
JAMES DICKEY respectfully informs his friends
and the public, thath: still continues in the Transpor
tation Business, at his Warehouse, CORNER OF LIBER
TY AND WAYNE STREETS, Canal Ba4in, under the
name of the "Independent Portable Boat Line,"
where lie will receive and forward freight to the East at
the lowest terms sent. —tf.
New ran and Winter Goods.
HAMPTON & SMITH,
No. 112 \\ooo 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 every color, cassimeres, sattinetts, jeans,
kerseys, linscys, flannels, bakes, bleached and brown
cottons, drills, ticks. Alpacca lustre; black and colored,
plain and printed merinos, mouslin de lain:, Irish li
nens, Mattioni and other silks, ribbons, laces,eambries,
[mishits, merino, fancy and blanket shawls, sewing
silks, spool and skein threads. &c., &,c.. together with
nn assortment of carpets, runs floor cloths, &c , all of
which we arc able to sell as cheap as goods can now be
bought in any market, east or west. srp 21—ti
rp lIE subscriber having, purchased and thoroughly
I. repaired tiIOSC 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 the best quality of Juniata Blooms, and as
soon as the necessary additions cars be made ti the
machinery, he will manufacture every description of
Bar and Sheet Iron, usually made in this market.
Orders left with S. Cuthbert. at No. 94. First street
near Wood, or at the Mills in the Fifth Ward, will be
promptly attended to. JAMES ANDERSON.
cep 29-3 m
A full supply of Landroth's Garden Seeds always on
hand and for sale, at his agency, the Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184. Liberty st., head of Wood.
I. W. Burbridge & Co,
AGENTS for the sale of BEATTY'S Powder. Water
street, between Wood and Smithfield streets,
Pittsburgh. oct 5 Im.
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 concern up to this date
Pittsburgh, Sept. 1. 1843
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. 45 Water street, next
door below Lewis Hutchinson, where he will receive
and forward Freight to. the East, on the very lowest
terms. H. DEVINE.
New Groceries ! !
Landreth's Garden Seeds.
C. A. NVANULTY
John D. Davis,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION WRCHIT,
Corner of fVood and sth sta., Pittiburgh,
IS ready to receive merchandize of eveq 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 DAYS and THI7RSDATS, of Dry
Goods and fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of Groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles, new
and second hand furniture, &c., at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Sales every evening,atearlygas light. aug 12—y
THIRTEEN CASES OF DRY GOODS
AT Davis Commercial Auction Rooms, corner of
Wood and Fifth streets, to-morrow, Thursday
November 2d, at 10 o'clock A. IG will be sold without
reserve, 13 cases and bales of season able dry goods, re
ceiving from New York, consisting of
10-4,11-4, 12-4 and 13-4 blankets,
Superfine beaver and pilot cloths,
English broadcloths, various colors,
Cassimeres and eassinetts,
Bleached and brown timeline,
Merrimack and Manchester prints,
Twilled and plain flannels,
Italian lustring cravats, sewing silk,
4-1 cheeks, merinos, shawls,
Beaver gloves, patent thread,
Spool cotton, &c, &o.
The above lot of goods is the best offered at auction
this season, and well worthy the attention of purcha
Also at the same time, 2 cases fled and plain silk
and velvet winter bonnets, latest fashions, received di
ll-et from the manufacturer; 10 boxes artificial fall
AT I'ILIVATE SALE
AT DAVIS' Commercial Auction Rooms, corner
of Wood and Fifth streets. An extensive as
sortment of DR I" GOODS. recently purchased in the
East for cash, and which will he sold at a small ad
vance on Eastern prices. for currency or approved en
dorsed notes. The assortment consist-sin part of
20 pieces wool dyed. blue blark broadcloths;
lZi " super. blue cloth;
10 " brown, olive and mixed cloths;
4 " super. Beaver cloths;
" pilot cloths;
40 " cassinctts, assorted colors; some very
50 " flannels, twilled and plain white, red,
green and yellow.
20 " 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
A 1,4,1, an am3ortnient of bootP, 'hues, and hats,
which will all L c„I , 1 at prices without regard to the
late advanco. in rho Sept 23.
Young Hyson Tea.
1 1 r cllEsTs, half chests and boxes Young Hy
...l_ I_ •_) son Tea, ofgood ralitv, just received, and fur
sale low for ca,ll. JOHN D. DAVIS,
011. corner of Wood and Fifth sts.
Teas, Leather and Mustard.
DP EC EIVED on consignment, andfor sale by JOHN
D. DAVIS, at the Commercial Auction Rooms,
corner of Wood and Fifth street
-100 Chests, Half Chests, and Boxes of Young Hyson
Teas, fresh importations;
3000 lbs. Sole Loather,
50 Kegs best Philadelphia Mustard. Also,
100 Reams Crown Wrapping; Paper;
MI of o•lii,ho ill be sold low for Cash, or City accep
tances. Oct 23.
SII klie:;ll.ny St••ek, nt pri
v'tte .1011 N n. D'IVIS,
11 Corner ,rfVV,vul and Fifth 4tivt.tc.
T 1.7 r fur sale by \N M. THORN,
J No. :if, street,
:An) i niropa in ~/a I , in the bar
60') •• ••
10t) •• v-irieL:Atod .:oa7
sf) •• white( lut mall:et)
loa " nim•nd -map. in j lb. casks,
10 Blinn': s;lermlcotti roar, for chapped
hand: and f•,r softeninz the skin.
Ti... s:do•crib,•r has tut lia.lll a larzcr assortment of
the uhos artieloi thy' any other establishmont in this
city, and is also rceoising a iargosopply of fresh drugs,
Scr. WN HORN,
No. 53, Market street.
:!7I3 We,tern Re-iorve.
Dairy Butter io-t ror,•ivcd and for sale by
11 A ILMAN, JENNINGS &Co.
p 2ti 43 Wood lit
JUST RECEIVED and for salo on consigtrhent,
7 hhdi baron,
7 bleb; ,czar,
Can be fieen niche store of Jacob Painter& Cu.
aug 29 J. K. MOORHEAD & CO.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
;TACT LLOTD,.iII ... A. G. REINHART
LLOYD at CO.
IVATHOI.E.S ALE. and Retail Grwern, AND COM-
MissioN MERCHANTS, No. 140 Liberty street,
few door.' above St. Clair street.
r - V• \Vhrrt famiiica can at all times be supplied
with good Good's Ojai, price.
AIA RITING DESK AND COUNTER for sale
low by LLOYD & Co.
oet 27. 1.113 Liberty street.
1-111DS. N. 0. SUGAR, itt‘it received, rind for
',sale by .1. &A . GORDON.
No. 9, MARELT STREET ?
rAYSTERS and other refreslonents,will be served up
kJ in good order. Namely: Oysters raw,fried,stewed,
and on chafing dishes. Also, IN THE sttKU. at thestand,
or roasted, as soon as the season is sulficieutly advan
ced for their safe transportation.
THE PROPRIETOR is determined that thisestaldish
ment (which is the old oyster depot) shall maintain
its reputation for the good quality of his ALE, LI
QUORS, CIGARS, and such refreshments as travel
ers or citizens may require. oct 18-6 M.
Perunanahip and Book-Keeping;
THOSE who wish a thorough knowledge of these
branches. would do well to callat Ma. S. W.
STEWART'S Commercial Academy, on Fourth Street.
near the corner of Market and Fourth, before engaging
elswhere. oct 3-Im.
SEVERAL improved farms wanted, (within 20
miles of the Pittsburgh market). Persons dis
posed to sell will please call at my office, in Smithfield
street, near 4th, soon.
016--tf J. K. HENDERSON.
Manntlictarer or Tin Copper and Sheet
No. 17, Fifth street, between Wood and Market,
Keeps constantly on hand a good assortment of wires,
and solicits a share of public patronage. Also, on hand;
the following articles: shovels, pokers, tongs, gridirons,
skillets, teakettles, pots, ovens, coffee mills, &c. Mer
chants and others are invited to call and examine for
hemselves, as he is determined to sell cheap forcash br
approved paper. mar 7—t.f
ORANGES, LEMONS, &c.
U' ST received.—Oranges., Lemons, Raisins, Al
,munds, Filberts, Cream Nuts, Ground Nuts, (Af
ricar)Cocoa Nuts and Cranberries.
LLOYD 4. CO.
140 Liberty street.
' - ---.:7 - - i ,- ....,-.-,) ectith ll'otelf . 'anti
J. D. DAVIS,
CORRECTED DAILY BY
A. MU=lll, EXCHANGE MELONES,
CORNER OF WOOD ♦ND THIRD .STS
Merchants and Manufacturers' Scrip
Exchange Bank Scrip 1
Eric Bank Scrip
Bank of Pittsburgh par
Merchant/ and Manufacturers' bank ...par
Do. Hollidaysburgh.. par
Bank of North America par
Do Northern Liberties par
Do Pennsylvania ....par
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania par
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank par
Kensington hank. par
Manufacturers aid Mechanics par
Philadelphia bank par
Schuylkill " ..par
Southwark ..... " • par
Bank of Penn Township ....par
Girard bank .... ~
U. S. bank and branches
Bank of Germantown par
" Chester county par
" Delaware county ......par
" Northumberland........ par
Farmers' bunk of Bucks county........ par
Easton bank par
Doylestown bank par
Frank/in bank of Washington 1
Bank of Chambersburgh........ 2
" Middletown ..... ... .... ........ ....21
" Gelip:burgh .... .... .... ... . . ...... 21
" Lewistown 21
" Susquehanna county . ........ ... .... .
Berks county bank ....75
Columbia Bank and Bridge Company 11
Carlisle bank . 1 i
Farmers and Drovers' bank
" Bank of Lancaster
" Bank of Reading
Harrisburg bank ........
Lancaster co. "
Lebanon " 24
Miners'bank of Pottseille. ..... ........_ . . . .42
Monongahela bank of Brownsville 1
New Hope and Delaware, Bridge sompany....lo
Northampton bank —.no sale
West Branch bank........
Belmont bank of St. Clair/mule.... 14
Clinton bank of Coleco:bits 14
Columbiana bank of New Lisbon...... 14
Circleville ( Lawrence, cashier).— 14
( warren, cashier)
Chillicothe bank.... ....................14
Commercial bank of Lake Erie 20
Da ytren bane ..... .. .... .... _.. .._.14
Franklin bank of Columbus 14
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank of Steubenville.. 14
Farmers' bank of Canton
Mechanic,' and Traders'. Cincinnati
Stale hank and branches
411 b ank s ....
State bank 50
Bank of Illinois, Shatonectoton 60
Bank of the Valley of Virginia 11
Bank of Virginia
Exchange. bank of Virginia ...1 }
Farmers' hank of
North-lVeste rn bank of Virginia..
Merchants' anti Mechanics' bank of Virginia.. -
Baltimore City banks.. .. ..par
All oilier solvent banks.. ..
All solvent bank 5................
All salient ban.ks .
Allsolvent banks .
New Orleans banks (g00d)....
nddit AND don
N. W. coruirat OF WOOD & FIFTH STS
The proprietors of the MORNING POST and 'MER
CURY AND MANUFACTURER respectfully inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they have
a large and well chosen assortment of
am coJataa azataziale
Necessary to a Job Printing Office, and that they are
prepared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Books, Bills of Lading, Circulars,
Parnphleis, Bill Heads, Cards,
Handbills, Blank Checks, Hat Tips.
211.1 Mobs of Xl'auks.
Stage, Steamboat and Canal Boat Bills, with. ap
Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable
We respectfully ask the patronage of our friends and
the Public in general in this brahch of onr busi,
inly 31, 1843. PHILLIPS Sr. SMITH.
20 0 paci i 7 GREEN RIO COFFEE, for sale
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.
43, Wood street.
ARGAINS ! BARGAINS! ! BARGAINS !
All sorts of clothing and wearing apperal. Flew
call at No. 151 Liberty street, and see for yourselsw
des 7. J. McCLOSKEY
STANDART, INGRAHAM & CO.,
Forwarding and Cammissioa !Merchants,
AGENTS fur the Merchants' Transportation Com
pany composed of the Merchants' Line, Erie
Canal; Wushinolon, Line. Hunter, Palmer & Co.'s
Line of Steam boats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve
land Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. Proprie
tors of the Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal.
& Eusworth, No. 9, Coentios Sap, N. Y.
R. tarter & 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--ly.
„ „„„ „ , 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 Stago Lines to Cleveland
direct, For freight or passage apply on board, or to
BIRMINGHAM & CO., Pittsburgh,
J. S. DICKEY, Beaver.
•Ecoat, ••-• - ma ,
FARE REDUCED.—U. S. MALL LINE or STAots
AND RA IL ROAD CAR 3, from 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 lino 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, 1843-Iy. Proprietors.
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail
NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WASHINOTON CITY, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
AND NEW YORK.
THIS line is in full operation and lea , . es Pittsburgh
daily at 6 o'clock A. M., via Washington Pa.
and national road to Cumberland, connecting here
with the rail road Co's to all the above places: Trav
elers will find this a speitly and comfortable route,
it being a separate and distinct Pittsburgh and Cum
berland line, 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 (Sim at the Monongahela
House. L. W. STOCKTON,
feb 3—dtf. President of N. R. Stage Co
— llreiTiliii - I% — c& — tiTtin• Cincinnati
The Si►iftsure, Robinson, Master, leaves every
Thursday at 10 o'clock, a. m.
The Cutter, Collins, Master, leaves every Friday at
10 o'clock a. m.
The Montgomery, Bennett, Master, loaves every Sat
urday at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Express, Parkinson, Master, leaves every Sun
day at 10 o'clock a. m.
United States Portable Boat Lino Dcpot
A. McANULTY very respectfully informs his
• friends and the public, that he has made trran&,-e
-ments to continue the agency of the boats forming the
U. S. Portable Boat Line, at the large new War(+OMß,
CORNER OF W•TNE AND LIBERTY STREETS. Canal
Basin, where goods will be received nod forwarded
with usual despatch, and on the mo.t favorable terms,
to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Yolk or Boston.
eicpt. 4 3m
A BUN KRAMER, Exckanire ,Broker, No. 46,
Corner of Wood and Third streets, Pittsburg
Pa. Gold, Silver, and Solvent Bank notes, bought
and sold. Sight c becks on the Eastern cities, for sale.
Drafts, notes and bills, collected.
Wm. Bell C. Co., '
John D. Davis,
J. Painter & Co.,
Joseph I Wo..aw , zll, 1
Alex. Bronson &Co.
Johnli Brown &Co.
James WCandless. )Cincinnati, 0.,
J. R. M' Donald. > St. Louis, Mo.
W. fl. Pope, Esq., Pres'i Bank Ky. >
CHIPPED LOG WOOD AND FUSTIC, Blue
Vitriol, Camwood, Alum, and a general stock of
DTE WooDs, in store, and for sale at the Drug Store
of JON. KIDD.
sept. I Coruor 4th and Wood sts.
ATACKR d EL. d — f, I6 ,4,1 B b h ls : N. 3 .11ackereJ, just
OBACCO.--i Oboe Burton's 5 b lump tobacco,
25 do Russell & Robinsons do
5 do Hare'! , do
10 do assorted SiiC3 and brands,
just received end for sale by
ABOUT the last week in June, in a Clothinr; 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
or can have it by identifying and paying expenses
Mr. J KlDD—Sir.—A child ofmine about 44 years
old, was constantly hxlispesed, 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.
mifuge of which I gave him 3 spoonfuls, after which
20 or 25 large worms were expelled. I Wish all Ger
mans would read the above facts. The child's health
is much improved. 'MICHAEL RIHN.
Chattier Creek, Sept: 26 1343.
Tr For sale at the Drug Store of
oct Corner of 4th and Wood ate. Pittsbg., Pa.
sMOKED HERRINGS.-25 braces smoked her
rings just received and for sale by
EAS.—Received on consignment,
12 Chests Young Hyson Tea,
4 " Black Tea,
4 A "
5 " Gunpowder, by
J. G. & A , GORDON,
pep 13. 12 Water street
MITH'S NEW YORK VARNISH, No. I. quick
drying, in atom and for sale Alt she DRE'G
WAREHOUSE of J. KIDD,
oct2 Corner of .Ith and Wood sts.
Beavcr and Warren Packet
The Groat Central Haute
JOHN BIRMINGHAM & CO.,
THOMAS BORBIDGE, Agent,
272 Market sr., Philadelphia
NIOORE &CHASE, Azents.
75 Bundy's Wharf, Baltimore
o Stuffs Just Received
43 Woo.i st
MAILMAN - , JENNINGS & CO.,
43, Wood street
AMERICAN WORM SPECIFIC.
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO.
43. Wood strm
-'-i.,)-orillsttit-Ttittli- cii 7 :#:
1 r..". FARMS of improved land in Bader an
Beaver counties, to suit purchasers; in AV
high stale of cultivation.
2 Farms in Armstrong county, near Freeport; 106
acres cleared; 150 bearing fruit trees, 3 dwellings, barns
&c. For particulars, enquire at my office, SmithEssidl
near 4iti street
13,689",iiiiElbeso so F ti V a ALCA . BL in E LANDS
purchasers. The lend lies in Tyler and Markt"
Co's., Virginia—and CLEAR OF ALL EH CUMBRAIIIbIl!:
For particulars inquire of the subset ibers, if hi Icitt4l
past paid, LLOYD &CO.
oct 10 140 Lterty street, Pittiburit.
tmorellnd courtly, about
9 miles from Greensbur , ., on the main road to how
villa, 8 miles from it, and about Smiles from Denied*.
town, one mile from a brick Catholic Church and two
miles from a Presbyterian Church, viz: No. 1. 204
acres and allowances, from 150 to 160 acres cleared
and under fence, has on it a log house. Log barn, &co—
No. 2. 150 acres of land adjoining the above, 75 to 104
acres cleared and under fence, a good frame house and
also a wagon shade and corn crib and a stone sm.*
house, all in good order. The above will be sold-al t
fair price for cash and payments made to accommodate.
or exchanged for properly in Pittsburgh or Allegheny:
For further particulars enquire at Harris' Genital Apo
e.y. and Intelligence Office, No. 9, sth at. old
Building Lots For Salo:
THE undersizned is authorized to sell a number a
lots beautifully situatedin Aaron Haresplan
lots on "Grove Hill." The rapid Improvement sad
extension of the city in the vicinity of these lots must
greatly increase their value in a very short period. 7:
Claims against the estate, properly authenticated,
be received in part payment.
triA A TWO STORY brick house, suitable for s
dwelling and Grocery, situate on the 0011111 W
of Fifth and Union streets. Possession given ignimedl
awls. Enquire of
011. JAMES MAY.
Building Lots in Birmingham.
19 LOTS, suitable for building, most eligibly sir>
uated, and within two minutes' walk of the
steanzferry boat landing, will be sold at prices to suit
the times. The terms of payment will be made agar,
either for cash or such barteras can be made available:
Apply to the subscribers in Birmingham, or Mr. P.
Peterson, No. 4, Ferry street, Pittsburgh.
juno 1. JAS. PATTERSON, jr.
Lots for Sale.
4 Lots in Manchester. One and a fourth Acres of
Land on Holmes' Hill. Lots nos. 41,42, 52,53,54
181, 182, andlB4, in Cook's plan of Lots, cm Holmes
Hill. Also, Lots nos. 28,and 27, in Cook's planer Lott
on High Street, near the new Court Howe. _For tarsal
apply to Z. W. REMINGTON'
LOTS on the North East corner of Coal Lane asmi
High street- Annlv to
Market near Fourth arose.
That COTTAGE,renceilie at s p i re tua se r ted ut in
ooct the rtied litor bl onh of
The place has a very fur: garden and good assortl
meet of fruit trees. Any person renting can hay. the
privilege of enraging for the ensuing year. PO/1111611
Pion given On the Ist of Octot*r next.
Apply at 1 , 4). 5 Cnnrm.reinl Row, Liberty street;
or to Wm. Totnan, Smithfield street.
sell. 1. 1843.
A SMALL CHEAP FARM FOR SALE.
A SMALL Farm in Upper St. Clair township, a
ti boot 44 miles from Pittsburgh, and about 60 yard
of the Washington turnpike, containing I 64 acrin good
land, well located and improved, and almost all &area
and under rood fence; and will be a good plate for in
extensive virdner. It has cm it a good dwelling
honse and barn; and is well watered. It will be sold
low for cash--orport cosh and part credit. Apply at
Harris'Ageney and Intellirer,re Office. or
Blouses, &c., For
THE subscriber ha•_ opened a book to record any
dwelling houfr, warehouse, store, skcp, room■
or country farms and scats for rent, charging the own.
ers 25 cents each record. Be will keep it open for all
who u ish to rent any kind of property to examine, and
charge thrtr. 121 cents; and for a small compensation,
will attend to renting all kinds of property, andattenel
to all kinds of business betwee.n landlord and tenant'.
ISAAC HARRIS, Agent,
No. 9, Fifth it.
A Good Farm for Sale or Exciting* .
AFARM of 130 acres Sugar Creek, Artnstroog
county, 100 of which is improved. This farm is
well watered by springs and two large runs which pasa
nearly through it and then unite. forming an 'exeellexte
Mill Seat. 40 acres are first rate for meadow - or
spring crops. and the balar.re is goad for fall grain..—
There is no waste lard, and it is well adapted fora
ry or for sheep, and lies very well. There is oil it s
good apple orchard. u substantial hewed log house. a
large log barn and a good coal hark, easiiv accessible,
in good order, and the quantity inexhaustible. Tbil
farm lies within 13 miles of Freeport, 9 miles froze
Kittanning, 4 miles from a Catholic charel, and 2 miles
from a Presbyterian end Seceder churches,lt will be
sold at a bargain for cash CT exchanged for a good
three story brick house and lot in Pittsburgh. For
terms and particulars enquire at Harris' Gunnel A
gency and Intelligence office, or of the subscriber era
the premises. S. J. WHITE.
Freeman's Fire Driek for Bali.
JUST received. 5000 Freeman's best Fire Sri&
Which will hereafter be kept constantly on Wei
and sold low for cash, by BIRI‘IINGHAM BSc Cb t
may 2.7 No. GO 'Water ti.
=THE subscriber has just received frotet. do Nut.
sere of Landreth and Fulton. near Philaelphio.
a lot of the choicest variety of peach trecs, to whichtett
would call the attention of the public..
D EAR SKlNS.dreised and undreesed, just meek,
ed and for sale by A. BEELEN:
ATAPS AND CENSUS OF THE T. STATES:
11l Just received, a few cnntcA of Mitchell's ete
gent and cheap (price $1.50) Maps of the V. States,
tozether with Maps of 32 of the principal eittei sad
towns in the Union handsomely colored.Also,la rase
copies of Mitchell's Accurate Synopsis of the Stst
Census of the United States, at 25 cents.
ISAAC HARRIS, Agent
021 and Commis ion Merchant, No. 9, sth at,
OFFER for sale a large assortment of Fruitilk
Trees, Evergreens, Shade Trees, Shrubs,=
Winter Blooming Plants, &c. consisting in part of Ap-
Peach, Nectarine. Almond, Apricot:, GI ape Vines.
English Gooseberries, Currants. Raspberries, Arc..
EXTRA LARGE SETAPE TREES, very suitable fur, plump
ing on tho streets, which will afli rd good shatin the
first season. Also, choice imported Didei Heft/chaise
a nd Tulips; part of them are selected forflowering in
pots _or glass,es durinc the winter: CrT FURRIERS.
viz; Japonicas, Rose Buds, Heliotrores, tt.c.fundiihaati
during the winter at the shortest notice.
N. B. Purchasers may be furnished with careful
men to plant the Trees, at a reasonable charge.
CAWFIELD has removed his marble Email,
• lishment to Wood at. !r.ligvaite Fribe:ll.l643ea
Drug Store, where he will bre, gistpuatli` .. cti band
tomb Stones, Monuments etc. at 19;— ,-r
• i !'t= '1
J. K. HENDERSON
Bargains to be Mid.
Two Farms For Stii4.
GEO. COCHRAN, Exam
No, 26, Wood street
F. L. SNOWDEN. --
No. 184 LibPrty Ft. head of Woody
JAMES WARDROP &CO