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340N2)' P 1401tNi iG, .1!IOn..1101- 6, 1843.
; 11014 - BC/Art.o OF TRA
C. 111 TEE FOR ICOVEAIOLR.%
A PRO RACTED
Will commence in the Fifth Presbyterian Chaieb,
val lielliVOmbhatit morning. and continuo for two vreetti . .
Pubildawdoubip three 'Mies OD the Sabbath;aniteyery
irviditardating the meeting. The public (tie reapect-,
folly invited to attend.
ThtilWAslir. AvxttT,of;Cleveland, is expected to
twist therftitor. n 4
Catsgun AIN OF COAL DWG g:4 —T he wal diggers
in diPsillegy held a meeting last Saturday, in Sligo,
in fe l liiton B tAthc price ofiheirlalior. They dement'
sn adomn.m.qt: one fourth of : a - tem per bushel. The
subject wilikre considered more folly next Satotdriyatn
Conventlitisenbesistieteftsrc; dniegates from each pit,
The following trial occurred in the Crimival Court
•of Mbndny last: The -Dopier ii ;Wall
knuonnt,*•o ll 4 l l cit) . 4 and has refided hero for severul
i 5.93 oeid Dr: F. A. IA ELLS—lndictment
for living in with intent to pass, coun
merfejt.aispls Op*. The jely .. returned n verdict of
•t•I f • • _
son TtSK POST.
tt.ttr , " THE. NEXT GOVERNOR.
Whitlow of various shales of Opi :t ion have been fur
101101SItille busy in advocating what they call the clninis
of their respective favorites for this high office. It is
theiredhertime that the claims of the people should be
-coolikered. - They wish not merely a western mull be
,catitist tfi6 West IS entitied to the nomination, but they
desiin a man of the people and from the people—one
whips feylings and habits identifies him with the mass
•oflisitfellOw-eitiiens while his tents and acquirements
haysj,wtitt, their confidence, such a man is 'the lion:
-.7olut„lg.,Sa - ptlitig. r ti, of Allegheny Ccianty.
ip tittysiNfclitfictilty and trial Mr. Snowden stood in
thersMauf Democracy in NVesteru Pennsylvania and
'bore aloft the standard of his party. A 3 editor for nan
ny yeansof thelendiag Democratic press in this cud of
- the State he displayed talents of a high order and an
en and Lilt which rendoreci his name
thee MY thoughot.t the state. Throughout a long
and`tisectileareer'his private worth, extensive acquire
!flea; and nattnid hbilities have won for him a high
plait m the ystiin ttt ni of the community'.
gany:dernoCrats therefore desire to see . his name
placifkKt tkg 'eitnaidatesfor the Gubernatorial
arsakinatioart : rderaticsatic editors especially, in Western
Pennsylvania will do justice to his abilities and politi
.calotperionoe. andd the Democracy of his own couoty
will certify to his exalted worth an a private citizen,
and rhia-poratlarity MA a member of the Dem JC retie par
ty. r -
40Vp4rt of an inteltigent mechanic such as Judge
Sn°W4atte masses could be rallied with an enthu
signs, ,Would bear,down all opposition, as the
IVhigs promise to bring out their nio a st available mull.
-SWIM& policy dictates that the Dentoclats should se
lecasbnie mustavailablionan for the coming contest.
Repoida,by, evtrbk.' and Afitchell, Geacral Sleami
, Artaat-aikente. Water street.
70tl i tiliit SIX 'INCITES WATER IN THY. CH ANNZt
*Daily Beaver l'ae•teis.
-itti•is4e,ll..iiiet, Louis vilk,
4 tfa,rixi•isison, 'Monongahela City,
, Seales, 4anesViile,
CroCks, St. Louis,.
, • ,
113tiligivateri Ciark,AV heeling.
D1i1. 3 ART ED.
"Daily Beaver Pockets
COrSair; !doriisiut, St. Louis,
,Micionwthelii, Stone, do.
* Ohio Mill; Pally, Cincinnati,
..I.larston, Itowla.ad, Nevi- Orleans,
• "New York, Greenlee, Nashville,
Belfast, Ebben, Wheeling,
111 4 Mgli Chiet, Devenney, Wheeling.
"Cohimbianit; Smith, Cincinnati,
LtAle,Ben, Mason, St. Louis.
n?E'All boats marked thus["] are proVided with
Evan*l•Sifety Guard, to prevent the Exiiltision of Steam
l'' ~' ' ' P•r Saint Louis.
HE passenger steamer NORTH
BEND, Di: se.ot, Master, will
!mice for the above and 'intermediate
houtitugs.urtflutesiay next, 7th inst., at 10 o'cleck, A.
M..• Forereight or passage apply on board or, to
The North Bead is furnished with Evan's Safety
Guars, to prevent the explosion of boilers. uG
Kit:•o7=Sitt —A - child of mine about 44 years
41, 4 3414
~?onVincly indispbsed, and of 1)1110 aumplex.
ion; Ifni had agrays'a'geod appetite. lii order to have
the child well, I bought a small bottle of McLane's Ver
n:6E44 Of *NA .1 gave hith 3 3 puonfuls, after which
20 or 25 large worms were expelled. I wish ell Ger
manwould read the ahoy° facts. The child's health
is moth inirptioved. RUIN.
C:hairtissira Creel:, Sept. 26 1343.
ItUrFor sale at the Deus Store of
• oct CorilerOf lih and Wood sts; Pittsbg., Pa
L LANE'S AMERICAN WORM sm.:Gi
l:le:4,—A fresh •itipply of this valuable medicine
t for leitpi.lling-wntmi from the system. Parents whose
,children are dificstahvith worms may depend. on this
-article if givePaemircling to direction,. Certificates of
iuytfatipsy4mcbeehmen to nominee any person of its
surtermaractivity any promptness in expelling wcrms
al4llkAtsllo4rtirolbts lives pf hundreds of children.
FOrralak-atothießritg Stour of JON. KIDD, .
'get 3L Center of 4th and Wood sty. Pius.
. R*.rotr,r's Church at Rome.
A"R"E ‘ PANTING of,this spletul4. Tqtriple
Agr he exhibited for a short time at Irtwis's
Lola goom.earner of Fourth and Nhrket streets. Of
; this .Plettare, Bishop England gave the highest
giomio.the Guth°lic Miscellany, 30th January,., 1836.
It uotttiu way , to New Orleans, together with 50 other
paintings,mhieb are now open to the public..
Admivatice .25 caeca; tickets fur the season 50 r'oenttt
chilidretvlualfprice. G. COOKE-
GrOpeo rlMly frpat6 A. till 4P. M. and also
from 6 till 9 in the ?yealng. ,
&N. liito.Ftev.. Clergy of all. deamoioations are
resin:4lo4 noticed, free 9c large, of,v
DR. M'LANE'S LIVER PILLS,—This jitce Crer
tify that a niece at aline was very ill with the Liv
er comaiai.it. She purclaasd a h,, x ,
tao;.thetn as 2er (lime, ions, felt much
ed. use -1 v.; •nn I 113 K, mind it nearly cured. - ve
11 , 311 the Liver Pill, that r.;litwedher. , I wJa.:lc . tiec-rr
!ally recommend Nl'Llnes Liy'er.Ply r t th. Jae person: ,
whose Liver i* diseaskti. • Joszra
For vale at the Drug Stone of
,JON. KED ID,
oct 31 sGr 4t ad Wand ,te.ivitti,.
Travellers should select Boats provided with
Evan's Safety attardsfor pz eroding. Explosion of
utre!T wriald be well for the traveling community_ to
' Jrnbar, in .1 - nixed that their security depends entirely
,their own .estootangemerit of boats that have or
inhy be at the expense of prormehigthe above appara-
Mil: And that - every individual making . such selec
tions is contributingtovrards a general introduction of
an inveritibrradMitted by all men who understand the
.principles of theSieain Engine, to be a sore preventa
tive 'against these dreadful disasters. You hare cer
tainly, in, the hundreds of explosions that have already
taken' place,, their almost 'daily occurrence, and the
thousaridsof lives that havo already been .lost, a suffi
cierit warn*, ,a.utl inducement to maim inquity for a
Safety guard Boat, and in every case to give it the
preference.- - They have wont to an additional expense
that your lives may be secure. Ought you not therefore
to meet their with a correspondingdegree 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 acconim!xiations in other respedts tire eqeil, and
in many, cases superior; and us 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.
AGNES, LANCE I',
BRUN E7'T E, MAJESTIC,
BREAKWATER, . MUSKINGUM VAL' Y,
BRIDGEWATER, MISSOURI MAIL,
CADDO, MUNGO PARK,
•C 1 TON NORTH BEND, •
CE.CELIA, NAR AGANSETT,
COLUMBUS, ORPHAN BOY,
CLEVELAND, 01110 MAIL,
DUKE nj ORLEANS; 'OLIVE BRANCH,
ECLIPSE, PEN ELOPE,
EDWIN HICKMAN, QUEEN of the SOUTH,
EVELINE, R.O WEN:4,
EXP RESS MAIL. RAR IT AN,
FORMOS A, S ARAH ANN,
FORT PITT, SARATOGA.
GEN^L BROOK, ST. CHARLES,
GALLANT, ST. LOUIS.
• IDA, TALLEYRAND,
INDIAN QUEEN. TOBACCO E PLANT,
J. H. BILLS, •YALLEY FORGE,
YE WESS, WEST WIND.
JAMES ROSS. WING .AND WING,
LADY OF LYONS, WHITE CLOUD,
BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE
LOON. IN AT SOll OYER' S ,
Corner of Wood and Water sis,
WHERE as choice all a-1.011211CM of ready made
cloth; if!, cloths, cassimeres, saiineits, c stings,
flannel shirts. drawers, cotton, .1n,.71 . 0a and lamb's w. , 01
hose and lad( base, siik and gineinun cravats,
stuckvoiod itt 'short, a litho of everything ailapte'd to
the nee of gentlemen, all of which purrhasers will MA
made up, and also "I'm& to order in. the latest and most
improved style, and at prices which, he flatters himself,
will suneessfully compete with anyiestablishm.nit west
of the mountains.
Haring made arranzements in the eastern Its.
mill be cotstantiv receiving accessions to his airemlv
well selected and seasonable stocks. Give him a call,
then, if you vdsh to furnish yourself with choice articles.
Arr Good and yet Cheap, for Cash!
Remember the place—corner of Woo and Water
W.m. PEACOCK, M. BUSS,
riacocit & mass,
GREAT WESTERN, PLAIN AND FANCY
Glass Crating Establishment,
NEXT DOOR TO THE TEMPERANCE HALL.
WHERE all kinds of cut, plain and pressed glass,
of all descriptions, ran be purchased at very rea
sonable prices, together with a groat variety of splendid
cut glass, window lights for steamboats, private houses
and churches, wholesale and retail. '
Persons, wanting any of the above arfeles, will do
well to call and examine for themselves, before purcha-
i:V":4. 13. Watch and Time piece Glasses always
on hand. 025-3 m.
No. 9, MAILICET STREET,
OYST Ens and other refreshments,will be served up
in good order. Namely: Oysters raw,fried,stewed,
and on chafing-dishes. Also, IH THE SHELL at thestand,
or roaste& as 'soon as the season is sufEciehtly advan
ced to their rnfetrunsportutbm.
Tit t: PB,oPate. - tOR is determined that this eV.gbliAh
meat (which is the old oyster depot) Flatll maintain
its reputation for the good quality of his ALE, LI
QUORS, CIGARS, and suckrefreshments as travel
ers 01. citizens 'may require. ' bet 1.13-6 m.
TLIE subscriber having purchased and thoroughly
repaired these MILLs t is now manufacturing,
and will keep constantly on hand, a Gill supply of all
the diderent kind.' of -Salk, Spikes and Brades, etc ~
made fromJhe best quality alma:mt. 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. 94. First street.
near Wood, or at the Mills in the Fifth Ward, will be
promptly attended to. 'JAMES ANDERSON.
NEW GRO:;ERY STORE.
iTA CY LLOYD, J R..._......A. G. REINHART
LLOYD & CO. •
WIIQUESALE and Retail GROCERS AND COM
MISSION MERCHANTS, No. 140 Liberty street,
a few door,' above St. Clair Street,
ITRF , Where families can at all times be !applied
with good Goods at prices.
THE subscribers respectfully inform their friends
and the public that they have commenced the
WHOLESALE GROCERY AND PRODUCE
AA No. 20, Woo 4 street. two doers from the corner of
Front street, under the firm of W. J. HOWAILD & Co„
where they wi:/ ho prepared to supply all those who
nriy faro( them with their orders, with grocwiet , ur.d
mlnufacturNl ttrtiele., on terms which can
not fni, togivt
WM. .1. HOWARD,
4~ -- ~- .- ~ -_ .
-- -- -
,rohtt V. Davis, ~...A • - imentaxcritii ..liAtirlf '3X 4 ~ r
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCH'ti A. MILANI:IM WIEMMEMB . 1311 " 3113/,
Corner of Wood 4ad sth es., Pitiebrfroit„... , '• 1 CORKER or Wffito , i r it),:intnia STS.'
ready to receive merchandize of eyeri&mription 1 ----_,:._--,
on conAgrrment, for pub'le ur r = t '" sal*. , SPECrE 'STANDARD.
from long experience in the atijirrg - • . t m ere / ad d s and Manulacturers' S,crtp
himself that he will able- to vitiriiip. , ‘ q;'" , '"l Ex c ka n ge BaukSplp .
to all who may fay , * him with ' " . ...-..4 , Currency . •-• +-1- - - -.-- --.,
Regular sales on Nlbit.trs a' g,,-
‘,.., , —ry 1 E r i e B on k Scrip.. , ........,':.‘
rol lo odlq 6lll .- nrn (
Gooclq and fancy articles, at 10 o' 11; 4:44.
Of Groceries, Pitt,burghinan ittrlasleq,new - EXCHANGE--4•AT SIGHT
and second hand furniture, &c.ott. to'olockat. M. , On. Philadelphia .
Sales every evening,at curly ins light. auen-y Ir OR _
Y° 4-1 .,":. ; -
B alit mo re
AT 1 RLYATE SALE
AT DAVlS!.Commercial Auction looms, corner
of Wood and Fifth streets. An 'extensive as
sortment of DRY GOODS, recently purchased in the
East for cash, ...and .7hich will be 'sold ate Mall' id ,
vance ciliTlasteraplices, for curiehey,brirolsenieftt
dorsed notes. - The aSsOrtment'ciini4tsin part of
20 pleieswOoThed - bliie - blaerbroMairtitts
" super. blue clfttilP .• • -
10 " 'brows; olive and atiaastickalasi
4 " super. Beaver cloths . ;
5 " pilot cloth's;
40 " cassinetts,
,aswrted colors; some Very
50 " flannels, twilled and P/aill,whi' ite.
green and yellow. . .
20 " English merino, asserted colors;
100 all wool blauket shawls; :
200 cotton -
1,000 doz. spool cotton. all colors; •
100 pieces bleached and brown_ muslins, and a
great variety of other articles usually found in a. pry.
R?' Also, an asAnttment of b00t,, , , slaues, and hata,
which tvill all be sold at prices without regard to the
late advances in the East. 'opt 23.
Young Hylton Too.
11 CHESTS, half chests and boxer Young Hy
0 3on Tea, ofgood quality, just received, and fur
sale low fur cash. JOHN D. DAVIS,
011. corner of Wood and Fifth sts.
Teas, Leather and Mustard
RECEIVED on consignment, anatomic by JOHN
D. DAVIS, at the Commercial Auction Rooms,
corner of IVoorl and Fifth street-.-
100 Chests, Half Chests, and Boxesmf Young Hyson
Teas, fresh importations;
3000 lbs. Sole Leather,
50 Kegs best,Philadelphia Nlustar.l. Also,
100 Reams Crown Wrapping Paper;
All of which n ill he sold low for Cash, or City accep
tances. oct 23.
SHARES Alle;heny Bridee• Stock . , at pri
vote sale, by JOHN D. DAVIS,
sop II" Career of Wand and Firth stract3.
GROUND NUTS.—Just receive. 4 from Philrtilel
phia, nn consignment, 100 bushels African
ground nut 4, nhich n ill bo so!,l in lots to snit purcha-
JOHN D. DAVIS.
corn 2r Wood and Fifth itruet4
JLIST RECEIVED and fqr sale by WM. THORN,
No. 53, Market street,
500 lbs. pure palm reap in the bar,
600 " • • " " in casks,
100 " varie4ated soap,
50 " 'white Castile, (only lut in market)
100 " almond soap, in lb. casks,
50 dot. shaving soap,
10 " Glenn's rose spermacetti soap, for chapped
harids and for :softeninct the slsin.
The subscriber has on h Ind I. larger. .assnrtment of
the aboveartieles than aoy other establishment in this
city. and is also receiving a large supply of fresh drugs,
W. . THORN,
Nu. 53. .M.trket street.
B UTTER ---27
5 13:trrek Western .11.e.g..vve.
DAiry B Utter j u.t n`Cei , , , d and t - nt - mile by
HAI L MAN, JENNIN(iS SCn.
JUST 111;t:EIVED and fur sale on con , i4nrric..nt,
7 hhd. bacol,
7 hlidi •
Can be aeon at the store nf.facoll Painter& CO
wax c-'9 J. K. MOORHF:AD..k CO
A\ KITING DESK AND COUNTER for alle
to by LLOYD & Cu.
ocz 110 Li!,ertv street.
9 ,_,,P - I 1 !IDS. N. 0. SUG 11t. it'd received. nnd rat
Ink by J. G. & A GORDON.
srk BOXES CHOCOLATE,
1.../ 10 do Pro. Pepper,
3 do " Allspice, tozether with Mustard,
Gin7,er and Conoa.•will he sold very low to close, con
signment, by 11 AILMAN, J ENNINGS &CO.
018. 43. Wood street.
9( ,0 BAGS GREEN RIO COFFEE, for sale
Aft, low, by
HAIL:MAN, JENNINGS & CO.
43, Woud street
0 RA NOES, LEMONS, &c.
JUST received.--Orange,s, Lemons, Raising, Al
mondg.. Filberts, Cream Nuts, Ground Nuts, (Xf
rican)Cocoa Nuts and Cranberries.
LLOYD ct CO.
oct 31. 140 Liberty street.
400 LBS. GARRIT & SON'S SCOTCH
SNUFF,jua.receivoci and fnr Hale by
Corner 4th and Wood ots. Piits
BUFFALO ROBES by single robe or bale, fortiale
by A. BEELEN.
ACKEREL.-16 131715. No. 3 Mackerel, jus
.111 received and for sale by
HAILMXN, JENNINGS & CO.
43 Wood a
OB ACCO.--1 ()boxes Burton's 5 h lump tobacco;
25 du Rdiiell & Rubinson do
5 do Aare': do
10 do assorted sizes and brads,
just received and for sine by 1
HAILNAN, JENNINGS & CO.,
43, Wood etreet,
BEAR SKINS, dressed and undressed, just recciv
esi and for sale by A. BEELEN.
MOKED HERRINGS.-25 bows smoked her
ringsjastt received - and for sale by
FIAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO .
au; 9 43, Wroxl street.
► pEAS.—Received on consignment,
1 12 Chests Young Hyson Tee,
4 " Black Tea,
5 " Gunpowder. by.
J. G. & A, GORDON,
sep 13. 12 Water street.
FRESH TEAS, COFFEE, and other Groceries,
purchased on the best terms. for cash, just re
ceived and for sale by W MITCHELTREE,
No. 160, LiberiT'street.
Q BBLS. HOPEIN'S EXTRA ALCOHOLAust re
calved and for sale at the Drug Store of
oct 31 JONATHAN KIDD.
SMITH'S NEW YORK VARNISH, No. 1, trick
drying, in store, and for sale at the DRUG
WAREHOUSEof J. KIDD,
act% Corner of 4th and Wood ids.
GOSHEN CHEESE, a fine article, just received
and fur sale by LLOYD & CO.,
n 3 140, Liberty stieet.
ZANTE CCFtRANTS,iew and frr..ll, just received,
and For 444 u by LLOYD /110 CO..
n 4 140, , Liberio street..
Bank dypittsm?,: g h , - 411.41:
ilferckants and Manufacturers' bank.
Do .Holls‘lay sbur Par
Bank of ArorlikArneri,ca, . „ ..
Do Northern Liberties
Commercial Bank of Pc nusite'aSi
Fanners' and Afechan.ics',,b47!)?:,- 1.7 7 •••• -, • Par
Kensington hank pad
11roya me nsing pat.
Philasislpkia -bank, .. ----par
13'eitern ........ 7 par
Bank of Penn Township
Girard. bank. k 6
U. S. bank and branches . .... 38
Bank of Germantown pas
" Chester county - . par
Delaware - • par
Montgomery county.... ..... —par
" Northumberland --. .4 Pa?
Farmers' bank of Bucks acuity
Batton hank.— .—. ..... par
Doylestown bank par
Fraikiin • bank of Wa.skingtatt .......
Bank of Ckambersburgh........ . .. ..
" Middletown 24
" Gettysburgls .
" Lewistown ... ..... .... .24
" SU ehmosereo unty .. .. ---
Columbia Bank and Bridge Company ..... 14
Erie bank ...
.Farmers and Drovers' bank 14
" Bank of Lancaster 1i
" Bank of Reading , 1 4
Harrisburg bank • ......
Honesdale " 2i
Lancaster cu. " .24
Miners' bank of Pottsville - .... . ..... -.2i
Norton gandia bank of Brown:seri-11e . 1
.Nev Hope and Delaware Bridge Company —.lO
Northampton hank ....no sale
Wyoming tank ..- 3
West Branch bank .... . ...... 25
York bank • ..... ... .... .24
Belmont bank of St. Clairssille
Clinton bank of Columbus—.
Columbiana bank of New Li5b0n....... .....
Circleville (Lawrence, cashier)
( Warren, cashier) .... no sale
Chillicothe bank.. ........... ......
rcial bank of Lake Erie '2O
Dayton bank.... ...... ...... . 1
Franklin bank of Columba.; .......... ........ 14
Fanners' and Mechanics' bank of Steubentillc—li
Partners' bank of Canton 40
Gra noa 1.
Massillon . .
Mechanics' and Traders'. Cincinnati
Mount Pleasant ...
Urbana .. • • -
Zanesville . - •
State bank and branches.
State Sc rip
Bank of Illinois, Shatoneetown
Bank of the Valley of Virginia 11
Bank of Virginia 11
E.rchang p bank of Virginia . 11
Fa rnrcrs' nk o ..
North-lVcsterszbank of Vs r.crinia ........
Merchan'ts' and Mechanics' Lank of Virginia....
Baltimore City banks .. .
All 'other solvent bank 5..... .......
All solvent banks .
All solvent banks ..
New OrlOrts banks (g00d)....
BOON AND JOB
X. W. coy, ER OF WOOD di FIFTH ISTE
The proprietors of the Monsuo POST and MER
CURY AND MANUFACTURER resDPCIIIIIIV inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, ihat they havi
a large and well chosen assortment of
avu• chmra..B maeaaaaale
Necessary to a Job Printing Office, and that they arc
prepared to execute
LETTER 'PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Books, Bills of Lading, Circulars,
Pamphlets, Bill Heads, I Cards,
Handbills, Blank Checks, llat Tips.
Satt tants of litauks.
Stare,'&towboat and Canal Boat Bilk, with ay,
Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable
We respectfully ask the patrunage of our friends and
the public in general in this branch ofour business.
July 31, 18.0. PHILLIPS & SMITH.
WE have received, end will hereafter keep con
stantly on hood, a full supply of Printing Ink,
in large and small kegs, which wo will be able to sell
cheaper than it has heretofore bean sold - in this city.
Orders from the country anoompanied by the cash
(IN ALL rears) will be pronsntiv attended to.
Oct - (Mite of the Post ancfMtinuftiettuer.
i STt_l'idiNAT, INGRAHAM &-CO., A. Souse .and . li;of for . Sl4c• - :- ~
rorwair- : 401 k -- .111 0 1 0 41111 tgt : F OR SALE or barter. a good h04.....a lot
- ..., . t .... - , • • • ..
'4,-. - - . Ple- ' m.-...._ -. ' in to - hrmegh of LaWrencevitle, abotit•
~t GENTS-friftWitle -Thinipiartatit'nf - Com- ! two milesCzar:lolo city o: Fitt i!)tirgh, and well locared.:-
I]6,- r pany-gynapa i i,e44.),f ate ;Merchants'-Lice. Erie 1 The aboia pro7erty will I.>-?. 3:3'.d at a bargain for 61.114:- . .
Cantil; I'Vlithfltto)tf; 'Liao.'" .1 - Itial.er,..l'ahnei &€.o.'s or exchanged tor stor,- ;col; to Sili . . t'' ‘ :' p Ittiv.i. T ot.,
Line oi S;tearrthoats, wi.d. ye:Asels .on ihe lakes. Clc VP.' 1 partic el aip p:rette zi - .',lp!j• at HARRIS' Aze.C4'aba.,
land Siiie,'Poimsyirtinia - toil Ohio Canal. ' Prupi-io.! Intelligence Dike, No. 9, .5
.: st, iA r'
tor' orate Merehants, Line, Ohio Canal. . t
• 1. 4 -I AIOIS FOR SALE AND I?LENT.—AboutIS .
. . REFER. TO
W iMiC & EnSWOrth, No. 9, Coontios Slip, N. Y. , -0- . Earn", and farms with mills; fu; - ' 3 ' e °°. 'tic- -
H. finater & Co. Aibany. • corriniodat:44 tams. Several farms v.4.1.t.cd w reat by
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(MI C 11911 - Bolton: ..--- , • goe•el-farmers.-- -I'-t4 IiVIDS Mh o v.il4-.1.134.-ca.kto P , '"'""`
ilunifii., Palmer & Co., Butralo, -'-' - or hacti theni to rent will pirate ii , Juil aL, - HARRIS°
• M'. 'T•lVilliam-; .t.. Dow, -
Geilerni Agerwv and latrlligenet - --offioe, N. 9.5* sr,"
' Hon. John M. Allen, Cleveland. I n 1
Charlei a (iills3,izqi,4, -- -
J 1 S. Dic6A.P•PILW.C. ..
Siniliaglarn 4,(..:0., I'itLsiourgi4.
iap 1 . ,18:44i - ,-1 5 ,. - ,- • . •• .>
, ! Deaver and. Warre P,2 1 4 1 ,cat•
THE . castal pack's% ERIE, J. •M.
S haw,rratAutr, will run as re.gilhartri
week y;tia.cleet 'hertvied sisu at-arre named ports, 1,-11 "
BeairSt 0a:51, - i43ay3, Wahine:days, and Fridays' il,orn
iag,leaVe Warren eu Tuesdays, 'Thursdays and Sat- ,
uidayis sonar-sting with the Stage Lines to Cleveland
direst, forlreight or passage apply on board, or to
J. S. Beaver.
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"LIARS: REDUCED.—T.J. S. MATT. Ltsr OF STAGE 3
JL' AND Rot ROAD CARS. from Pittsburgh, yia Bed
foril; Cliainhersburg, Harrisburg, and Lancaster, to
r Isl,adelphia. connecting with ilia Main train of C LIN t o
N. Y. &c. Only./50 miles staging undone night out.
Also, the direst line to Baltimore-
Fare to Philadelphia
Leases daily at 8 o'clock A. M.
Officio lid door below the Merchants' Hotel SVood st.
MENDELL, GRAHAM, WAIIGT-1 &Co.,
feb 23, 1843L-1y: Proptietors:-
• The Groat Central Bente
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail
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NEW LME•OFIY. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WAARINOTON CITT,, BALTIMORE, PH ILARELPHIA
THIS lino is in full oparatioa and leaves Pittsburgh
daily at 6 o'clock. A. M.. via IVashiur;:on Pa.
and national road to Carnbericu,d, c.,nnecting hero
with the rail road Cis to all the above 015c..,5: Trav
elers will find this a speody and comfortable route,
it being a separate and distinct Pittsburgh and Cum
berland line. facilities will be afforded which have not
been heretoforteenjoyed. Extra coaches furnished at
the shortest amity. with the privilege of going tirrough
direct or taking ono nights rest at their ontina.
For ticktti, apply atour . offivo at the Manonrairela
House. L. W. STOCKTON.;
feb I—dtf. President of N. R. Stagata.
Regular Packets, fbr CincinnatL
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The Swift:3(lre, Robinson, Master, leaves every'.
Thursday at 10 o'clock, a. m.
The Cutter, Conibs, Master, loaves every Friday at
10 o'clock a. m.
The Montgomery., 13ermett, Mazter, leaves every Sat
urday at 10 o'clfick a. m.
Tho Express, Parkinson, Mater, leaves every Sun
day at 10 o'clock a. tn.
:RAIN BIRMENGIIIII Sc. CO.;
United Stetes Portable Beat Lino Depot
el A. .NIcANULTY very respectfully informs ids
. friends and the public, that he has made Lrrange
ments to continue the agency of the boats forming the
U. S. Portable Boat-Line, at the large new WurehOnSC,
CORNEII OF IVATCE AID LIBERTY STREEI3, Canal
Basin, where gout's will be received and forwardCd
with usual despatch, and tal the mnst favorobTe terms,
to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Yotk or Boston.
THOMAS BORBTDOE, Agent,
9.72 Market it.. Philadelphia.
MOORE & CHASE, Azents.
75 Bundy's Wharf, Baltimore
sept. 4- 3 m
LLEN'KRA MER,' .rzcisirrtic'ttroker Nro. 46,
Pi Corner of Wood and Third streets, Pittsburg
Pa. Goli, Silver, and Solvent Bank notes, bought
and sold. "Sigin cheeks t'he' Eastern cities; . fc , s. sale.
Drafts, notes and bills, collected.
Wm. Bell & Co.,
John D. Davis,
J. Painter & Co.,
Joseph Wood well,
Alex. Bron,on &Co. .
John H Brown &Co. Phi ladelphia.
James M'Candless. Cireinnati,
J. R. M' Donald. ) St. Loui,i, Mo.
W. H. Pope, Esq., Pres't Bank Ky. )
PCA.WFIELD ban removed his marble Eon},
. lishment to Wood st. opposite Fahnestnek's
Drug Store, where he will keep constantly on hand
Tomb Stone., Monunicnts etc. np 19-Iyr
J. W. Hurbridge & Co.,
AGENTS for the gale of DEA I POWat.r, IVaie/
street, betweert Wood and Smithfield streets,
Pittsburzh. Oct 51m.,
Manfifa.cturer of Tin, Copper and Shoat
No. 17, l'eift.h. tercet, betwecn. Wood and Market,
Keeps constantly on hantla good assortment of wares,
and solicits a Fdriare of public patrotige. A1.4(4 on harl,
thefollowi ng articles: shovels, pokers; ton,gs, gridirons,
skillets,teakettles, pots, ovens, coffee mills, &c. Mer
chants and others are invited to call and 'exarnine for
hemselves, as he is determined to sell cheap fcrcash or
approved paper. mar 7—tf
Dissolution of Partnership - .
Tlig•parwersbip hetetnfore exiting under the
style of Devine& M'Anuity,is this day dissolved
by mothaleonsent. Vii. Dettine hit° *reef. ell gums
die to-tha ;homed, and pay alt chants .01841 for
the coneeriirv. to this date.
Pittsburgh, Sept. 1. 1843
H. Devine roircif i:lfortnalliffriondi and the
publiet, titat bf, still Lontinues in tho. TramMaortin,..!
business, and that. he I, reinlved the; Qltne or the U.
S. Portable Boat Line, to No. 45 Water street, next
door below L4.wis Hutchinson, where he will receive
and forward Freight to the East, on the very lowest
terms. H. DEVINE.
Dissolation of Partnership. •
THE P trtnership heretofore esiit!nzund.lr the firm
of DICXEr and ALE:CAS:Dr:It, is this day
yed by mans] consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sept. 1, 1843. WM. G. ALEXANDER
JAMES DICKEY respectfully informs hi, friends
and the public, thathr still continues in thn Transpor
tation Business, at his Warehouse. comr ER or LIBER
TY AND WAYNE ITIEET.S. Canal Basin, ander the
name of the "Irdeaenicm! Portable Boat Lase,"
where ho vri: , receive and ferwarti freight to tlr.e Fist
BA RGAI NS ! BARG ALNS BARGAINS !
All !wry; of clathi7:g Wt33l::lZ amour el. Fieas..
call at No. 1.51 ? Libert:rareee,sli see for y.,unsplv:?s.
sop 7. J. McCLOSiSE Y.
C. A. ed'ANIILIY
PC- Dr. 4---ff.
( 11 E tiubsc iber ofrers for se iri nrr Imrrioliatirrri
.1- terms, rt valuable lot fp Ow city of 11.4.igtiptiy, , ,,
Ininf,ir,K2"l 9-r ree:t on the Eist Common
yP Gay 'itric; , •,`)o fuot doei,
rx4.l commuriuni three itiAry briCk
:1; , ) two neat tu:d ~tell EniAea two stbry. ,
1 frame dwelling hotiief. Application to be 944114!
die underriistini;nt hi fltther's residence, cen.ftollingit
mtrect, "Ahem he vrill remaln.for igtem
ten days. WM. 8. , 113.1,11Ft,jr.
LANDS von SALE.
FARMS of improved land in Butler : andink,
l t ineav_LT counll, in p,_= .
biEti state is cuhivrfach.
1 2 Farms in Artmq_rttne entinty, tresr Fmaixtru . 1
clonred; 150 bes ringfrul treeB,-8
&c. Fur particulars, er,quirc at my ofse4, SmitEfield:'
near 4th Met.
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Bargains to b e nail. .' c
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~ OP ACRES . OF VALUABL . ..a,LAND!iI ,
- y )1011i3 will be sold 4 hamtte-te t lotitesutt,:
purehn , rm. The lend lies fn Tyler and Nveivies 3
iCO'S., Virgin l2—and CLEAR ("T A 1 I. V. :tor stls. frA seri. f.
For 'parti , ;u!ftrs inquire of tLe subeei iheri.if by kner,'
i post paid, LLOYD & cly
1 0.110 140 LiLcrty street, Pliatirgh:
Two Farms For Sale.
trf T Sand Fartn, on the Loyalbanna,
creek, Westmoreland coautr. about
9 miles from Greensburz,on the main road to , 'oars,
8 miiel from it. and nhout 8 milts from Daniaton
t town, one mile from a brick Catholic Church cuni two
rulteA - from - a - Presbyterlan Cho fnh, % - ir! No. 1. 201!
acres and allowances, from 159 to 160 area c l eare d
and nnder fence, has On hi log tor. barn, &e.—
: Zs:o. 2. 150 acres a[ hand adfair.ing tte rO.-,Dee. 75 to 140
arras vleared and cinder fence, a rood frurne house and
al.o a. wagon shade and - corn crib nr.d a stone spring
hnuse. all in Owl order. The ab,,ve will be sold at a
fair price for gait and payment .‘ma 3etoaccmmodate,
or r-vlatmea for nroneriy in Pittp.burgh thr hany.
For furthernarticnlarq enquin. at Harris O. .i.gAgen
cc and Intelligence Office, No. 9, sth at. 016
Building Lots For Sale.
THE ondersi7ped is Radial ized to sell a notober of
lots beateifollv sitnatedin Aaron flart', , plan of
lots on "Grove HilL" The rapid imoro .vetnent and
extenlion of the thy in the vicinity of these lot s Tntat
Erently increase their value in a very shoructericm.l.
anirnostelinst ;he estate, properly nuthentleitted, will
ho received in pert nnvrnent.
GEO. COCHRAN, Ekieutor,
Nu. K r Wooditrec t.
ta A TWO STORY brick hou , ..e, suitable fur
dwelling and Groe;ery, situntn on the came r
of Fifth and Union streets. Poi cssinn given irnroadi
atelv. Enquire of
Building Lots in Birniinglsm.
i • a) LOTS, suirahle for buililinr. most
kilted, and within two rninute4' walk o - f
alert rt ferry Ana/ landing, will be sold at Tracer, to sail
the times. The terms niparnett Will he Made easy,
either for cash or such barter a; can be made aral!ablo.
Apply to the subscribers is 13irtninchwn. or Mr. P.
Poterson, Ne.. 4, Ferry street. Pr t:l.c-zh.
tune 1. JAS. PATTEIISON, jr.
Lots for Salo.
A Lots in Manchester. line and a fourth Acres of
Land on Holmes' Hill. Lot.s.no.. 41,12.52,58,54
181, 182, and 181. in Cook's plan of Lots, on Hertnei
Lotarlo%. '26 , and 27, in Cook'splan Lob'
on High street, ner.r then. , wer,urt r. Fort rirrts
apply to Z. W. RENl'.`'rTo'.l
lOTS on the North East corner of Coal taro and
J High street. Ann7s. to
Market near Fourth street,
That COTTAGE, situated in tlio 13c.rough of
Lawrenceville, at pre.:ei t. occupied by Joky
. . . .
1 The place has a Very fire? ;7.nrilen an d good assort.
1 ment of fruit trees. Any per , on rentflip can have the'
privilege of engaging for the ensuing- seat. Posse's,
61011 given on the Ist of °ember next. •
Apply at No. 5 Cominemill - now, Liberty street;
sic to Wm. Taman, Smithfirialltret.
sop, 1", 1893.
aouscc, &C gent..
T HE subscriber bas opened a book to record any
dwollinE house. warehouse. .store, shop, rooms
or count, y farms and seats for vent. charring the ctartc.
en 25 cents each record. He will keep it opeafor
who wish to rent any kind of properly iOexamine,tand
charge them 19. cents; end fora small compensation.
will attend to renting of rrnreriv, and Ahem*
wall Mods of bus!Eos between landlord and tf4leiikt:
ISAAC 'HARRIS, Agent,
No. 9, Fifth st-
A SN'TALL CHEAP FARM FOR SALE.
A SMALL Fermin Vpper St. Clair tmvnship,•t
bout 4h miles from Pittsbart.h, and about 60 yards
of the Washinzton turnpike, contaii:inEltii acres goal.
land, well located and improved, and almost, a.llcleased
end nndcr ?rood fe.ree; and will b a geed ranee .snr'ani
extensive e.nrdn. - 2r. C•. L bns on it a .Tooel dwellit*
lions , and barn: end is n•ell watered. -It will be •aitld
low In- cinah—or part ca.') and rant rrt dit. Apply at
liarii,'Ag-ctcy and Intellicrr,o Offer, or
A Good Farm for Salo or Exqbance..
AFARM of 130 acres on SurnarCrecic; Armstrong.'
ccunty, 100 of which i. improved. Thii'farin W.;
well watered by sprioo* and two large rarehie piss
nearly thmugh it and then unite. forming sto excellent
Mill Sear. 40 acres are first rate for m64:4 cr,
spring crop.. and the balar,ce is gccd far fall grails.
There is no waste Int a. and it is well adapted fora dais
ry or for sheep, and lies yes.; well. There is on it a
rood apple orchard. a s tihster. , ial hewed log house., lb
l arge lc g . horn and a rood coal bark, easilvaccessibla,
in good order. and the. quantity irexhansni.le.
farm lies within la Miles rf Freeport, 0 mica from
Kittanning , . 4Tr from a Caibolic cl-nriel, and
from a Pre.hymrian ar.d S. , ceder churches It Wiltiiro
sold at a har7rtin for cash cr c.rche:rgrd for a crant
three stor: brick holis:i and lot 'ln l'ittAnirgh — Teel
terms and nnrii , ttlars encuire at Har.-is' Geaerai 3,
.7.''TICN : and rEce, or cf th , Flll-scriher on
the prvniis.c.A. TE.
Freeraares Fire Brick for Sale
L'ST recc.ivecl, 5000 Fre , mlan's beg Frre
sp h,rPafter ftfi.J'
Fo7B low for cola, 17 DIR:".II.NG
may 27 No. 60 Wattq-
des 711 F. lohrorraer has tort received from the Nt.t;
=ser: of Lardreth ar , tl Friton. rear riailadelThis
a kit of the choicest variety of neat+ -sett, to which h•
won'At cell the attention rf.}-e
F. T. S7- - C.V.'r,F,N.
No. 794 Lib. -1-1"r .1. I , emil ef'Wcw.,4
•;o' -Iv of Lairlr'n's Sct•ds a7ww...3 oD
Iland and fore, at bit , of
F. - SISQW7Dru,
181. Paid orWoo4,
* 7- 1 , /Ow
J. K. fIF.:WEESth`7,