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VESDAT SIORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1893
PFrrnrURGH BOARD OF TRADE.
COIMITTER )OR Nostmtir.R.
es Thompson—Josiah Baiker
' KIT Cos. l —We conclude this talc inthitz morning's
paper. I.t. is well worth reading.
W niTga Ltgit;rts.s.—This evening commences
the coarse of Loeturus at the Western University. It
will be seen that WALTFf H. Low art:, Esq. delivers
the opening ono this evening: From the high reputa• r 032 SAFETY,
tion which Mr. L. has acquired, not only as a prat-' Trays
So ellers s G
pr Boatsn pro E.c vided ir
thinner at the Dar, but as Ptofesgor of Law in the E ran' p!' uct rds forp iosio
versity, awing the author of several fine literary pro- learn 13•ilc "
ductions, wo.are warranted iri saying that the subject T T would be well for the traveling - community to
bear in mind that their security depends entirely
of his Locture—the Constitutional Law of Pennsylva- I upon their own encourar-ement of boats that hive Or
nia—wi l l be'trcated in sock a manner, as to add to' may be at tie: expense al-procuring the above appara
hif. well earned reputation, and ko audience a Ins. And that every individual makiaz selec
, to.,uting [O ward ; a genet intro , ovum' of
fund of information on a very essential subject. nit i_ t y, : admitted by all inn who node rand the
principles of the Steam EnTinc, to be a sur• preventa
tive against those dreadful disasters. 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-
Clout warning.'aud inducement to Make ingnity for a
Safety guard Boat, and in every case to give it the
preference. They have went to an additional expen Se
that your lives mav be secure. Ought you not therefore
to meet them with a corresponding degree of liberality,
and by your profetenee show that you appreciate their
laudable endeavors to stop this awful sacrifice of hu
man life. They do not charge more than other boat-;
their accommodations in other respects arc 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 c ompletely in your own power to avoid those dis-
We ate pleased to see that an institution so respect-,
ablo as thc Western University, is about to extend its
usefulness by calling forth the slumbering talems of
our citizens, and diffusing among our people, in a
cheap and pleauttt mode, thit valuable sad diversified
information which public Llctures are so well eaten
lated to elicit. It is equally gratifying to witness the I
decided improvement in the taste of our people, and
the disposition they manifest to encourage the men of
talent among tla. The complete success which at
tended the Lectures delivered before the Wirt Insti
tute, is a sufficient guarantee, that the coming ones in
the University will m. et with that patroiage that the
ability of the Lecturers and the importance of the
subjects, should entitle them to receive.
The Lsctures wi I be continued on every Tuesday
night, until the middle of March next.
'COL.. LEIDS&NOWSICT.—TheIectur: to h.! delivered
by Cul. Lt hrnanowsky this c‘eain, - ; will he especially
interesting to tho Ladies. It will be, on the charac
ter of MaJame Josephine; and he will exhibit an accu
rate u-ansparett portrait of her person.
The following gentlemen were. yesterday, elected
Directors of the Pittsburgh Bank, for the ensuing year:
John Graham, Lewis Hutchison,
3iihn Irain, Geo. W. Jackson,
David Shields. Wihiam
James Dalzell, James Wood,
Thos. Bake%% ell, D. T. Morgan,
C Anshut2, Alex. Laughlin,
The following gentlemen were. yesterday, elected
Directors of the Exchange Bank, fur the enduing year:
Wm. Robinson, Jr. Hartnar Denny,
Win. B azalev, E. A. Brawn.
Am P. Childs, Wm. B. M'Clure,
D. C. Stockton, John Grier,
qreorge Wcymaa, M. liob , rtAcm,
Wm. Lippincott, S. Stonor.
IMF.RCHANTS & MANUFACTURERS' BANK.
The folloWin,g gentlemen were, yesterday elected
Directors of the Metzlet its and M inofactur....rs' Bank,
for the ensuing year:
George R. White,
J. IL Shoenberger.
CtilllST 11t Al. TilE tile.[:.—The ~...bat:ity 4 the
Parson and Truitees tli tli•• first
i f Ivor of Oiln ini •a: urt )1 Ott miali of the
in 1 1 - . 1 to ir!: of art, hit:ll
p ••nt to prxi tc , • a goof el
f:^.l it?a,l our OA •i i ..a Ot kr;;:t- , ..;i lig it. .Ttii,t
at it.s'ax.i.d d t.
fur Nliuior. Sensible in Sing::.
PAULLOpICAI.S.—Ct3.)k Lai a ral;lico-1...,t upply of
the eastern m oollilieit fir; 1-)eceroLc
i 3 a rich number ir. c
g.-tv. lap are of the tint older, and in tip. ,trarl'y it i 3
unturip4sed by any publi:lttien i n t h e country.
Tat 14.. DY'S 8037. intcreilin,;. T 11.2 crn-
Ltellisbtnenta are very being an c as of ‘• Ve
riSa's Reluiem," "CA! , ge Hospibiltiy;" a plate of
the Fa3ltioa3, and a pA g , of 001')o4i,c,
LADLES' NATION AL MAGAZINi- 13 3:60 all intk_Teit
ing number, and der in.; of pau.onage.
Fttl3aTi_TL.—The bady of a female W. 14 rooted out
of rt gin 1 b tn't, nlar io.teri , -...zi3n of M
and Fen'v Point, M street, Baltimme. on Vic...l
- by Jam. buts. It %Va.; not r.:...mgmized
supposnd to hare• been buricd n month or morn.
In addition to his unrivalled stock of clothing, he
has a mag,nificent assortment of
HAN-DNERCIIIEFS. SCARFS, GLOVES,
SUSPENDERS, &c, &c.
The motto of the -Three Biz D o ors" i 4
'• Q UICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,"
A 1 1,1 in f1,,,, , inz .mt tliii y stem he feels con.
fidem thathis rustomers and hint-elf
ARE MUTUALLY BENEFITED.
111.: WoULD IN V ITE
THE iIIAN OF FASHION'. THF.P R.OFES
SIONAL GE \ 774:MA N, THE ME a -
CHANT, FARMER, MECHANIC
Farms Wanted. To sail and examine fur themselves at
QEV ERA L improved farms v.-anted, (within 20 i THE THREE DIG DOORS,
Q. miles of the Pittsburgh market). Pergong. dig- NO. I:11. Ltherty Fired,
pascal° sell will please call at 114(AI - ice, in Smithfield
street, mar 4th, soon. AND Tll El MUST BE SATISFIED.
I E. OBSEI?VE METAL PLATE IN THE
.016-tf J. K. II P.N DERSON. I- -. PA I T.MEN 7'. 4 !,_,,'S
--- i n
.1011 N MTLOSK EV.
LATER FROM MEX[CO.
jay as arrival from Matamoros, we learn, that Ow
Texi•tns Cumtni..siuners were at MatamoraF, awaiting
the tr. ival of tilt Onnmia sinners oa tile part of
in order to settle the Boundary Line between Texas
The'szhooner \Vatchman, Murray, 11'13 to clear Zit
The custom hou.+e on the 26th oh. for thi, port, with
thirty thousand dollars in specie on Laird, and if the
etinduta arrived, which was hourly ex.pected, she
would have more. . _ .
AMERICAN man DRESSING SALOON,' n°
FIFTH ST., Ni;Ail :MARKET. 1 , Situation Wanted,
rilii F. !lartnerAhip heretofore. existdol, between F. A. lA S Teed 62- of French. Spand , h, G NA, and the La
-../. Frethey and O. G. Fret hey havinghoen dissolv- ' .:1 tin Lnagnag , i ,
ed by mutual canit!'nl on Idle lit instant. !he hti=incss T 11.2 undersigned w 1511 e; to acquira a perti.ct lmowl•
will ,beternxbieted in future by F. A. FrelheY• who i-F.', A g e of the Eng ii.i'l. so that the recompense lool:cd t; or
fully authorized to settle all the pnrtner4lir ‘e.oricerm.i. ' w ill be ‘i - ery moderate, it - Ito could get les,ions in Em
ile respecidially nsks for the. continuation of Ow pa- ' g idili from those whom he may instruct. Ile was late
trinitgeof friends and the public generally. ni—lm I ly a Professor of the above languages in the, Colleges
i of Baton Rouge and St. Charles.
For a character for competency and morality, he can
exhibit letters of the most respectable gentleman in
New Orleans imd Cincinnati.
11Ar Reference M thls city can be made to Rev. H.
J.. 1. Dean, of St. Paul's Church, and Captain James
May. PAUL EMILE TIIEVEAU,
019 - 'Washington House, Water st.
R. I .W E
LAN'S AMERICAN WORM SPECI-
Dfresh supply of this valuable medicine
for expelling worms from the system. Parents whose
children are afflicted with worms may depend on this
article if given according to dirertiorpt. Certificates of
its efficacy can be shown to convince nny person of its
lanprising activity any ptomptne.ss wcrtns
v tad thu; saving the lives of hi/mitt d 4 of children.
For sale at, the Drug Store of JON. KID D,
oct 31 Corner of 4th and Wood sts. l'itts.
THRESH CHEMICALS, & Precip. Pill,
Hydrrq, Strychnia, Bismuth,
at the Drug Store of JON. KIDD.
JOHN LE FEVER'S
New & Chcap Stock Estashment,
NO 61, DIAMOND ALLEY
BE %VEEN WOOD AND MARKET STREf•
Iw UL D most respectfully announce to the citizen.
cif Pittsburgh and the country trenerally, that 1 have
commenced the manufacture of STOCKS, of every va
riety, form and description, and would solicitmerchants
and others to call mai examine for themselves, as I am
determined to sell on the most accommodating term:
for cash, and hope, by strict attention to business, to
merit a-share of public patronage. aug. 19-6 m
All 'Kati marked thihti [" ] in the Li=t of Arrival:: and
Departme, in another part of thht paper, are _applied
with the Safety Guard.
List tlf Beats pcori , lc , l with. the Safely Guard.
ALPS,LAD P E
AMARAN7'II, L ANC E 'l',
BREAKWATER. 31.4.1 ES 'PIG
BRIDGEWATER. ;MUSKINGUM VAL' 3.r.i
CADDO, MISSOUR MAIL,
C'HARLES TON, MTINGO PARK,
CICERO. MESSENGER. i
CANTOS, MONTOIO.IIER V,
CUTTER, NORTH BEND.
CECELIA, NEP TrsE...
CASPIAN, NARAG _INSET T,
CLEVELAND, ORPHAN BOY,.
COLUMBIANA, OHIO MAIL,
DUKE of ORLEANS, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWIN HICK MAN, QTTEEN of flee SOUTH,
EL DORADO, ROWENA.
EXPRESS MAIL. SARAH ANN,
FORMOSA, SARA TOGA.
FORT P ITT, SA V.A .V.V.-1 .
G.II.ENA, ST. CHARLES,
GEN'I, BROOK, ST. Lours
G ALLANT, T ALLE IRAN!).
IDA. TOR .1(7C0 PLAN7',
INDIAN QUEEN. V IC7'RESS,
i 'ELIA-ars. vALLEY FORGE,
J. 11. 1; ILLS, VIOLA,
.1E IVESS IVES T IV/NP.
LAMES R OSS,'
F. G. li.til•sy,
3. W. 1111rbri , ige,
G. F. Warner,
l'eapiCl: the C:1
1;1 " ' lii rring,
lii ItONOs SCOT t:i I 11..111:1g,
11 t•Cl..i , e3 this WO .11.11 for sale he
rl7 1.1.( 11 . 1) :A: CO- 1.10 Liborti $ t
r) 1 - 1 . 1 . A Lt ) TON( ; l'E' , ..—Receirod by tittle Ben Peach Trees.
1) It) hr is Ilu;Krlo Itttl:;'lleA. in fine ordor. direct THE. subscriber has Just received from the Nor
l't-011.11 , moron )1.1"4. A. BE ELEN.
C A. *llc A NI . Ll V very velreetfully lbform , hli = - Sf`ry of Landreth and Eulttm. near Philadelphia.
r,))•11 • triehrls and the public, that lie ha, made r.rrango- a lot of the choicest variety of peach trees ; to which he
_ —.— 111 .' 10 't t t t rtitti t title tit , ' evacuee of Ihe boats. forming the ~ would call the attention of the public
rilliE prrrrieror r,f till: Wl . ll titltl , .1 ant lii;lrty fa- I
" " FAL() 11l PIII:!4 ' . -11 ` . " irca I ' 7 ' ( . ir ''''' 3 ir " il 1... •••; Pormble Boat Lini•, :it the larzo new 11 arelien.e, I
) and illi snli;dy of all ,ice; of Itob,:. A poly to F. L. SNOWDEN.
c:iiis; rit of Ways's: ANTI LItiVRTY sTRFEIS. Canal : Liberty st. head of Wood.
cured estab:ishment takes preat pl. asure in in- r,s.,t• A. BEI:LEN' Ba-in, s% here grind: s. ill ho received and forwarded
forming his friend- and tle. public at large that he ha; _ .
, • ' •-- "orl.: or Boston.
wit,llll,e.taldegrairli ntel on the in.e.t favorable terms,
new pro par, drq hi.; T - ) 11 -:Fr;\ I-0 HP BES I,y +lagle robe or hale, tousle
SPLEN DID S 1L17..S 'MOM, 1) bv A . BEELEN. to iia.timure, 1 Iniaaciploa, ..,,,, 'N
No. 151. LIBERTY ST., - (5-!1. THOMAS BORI3IDGE, Acent,
THE MOST MAGNIFIC\-1' S'I'OCK OF 27.2 Mart`t S t.. Philadelphia.
N 10011.1; k Cll ISE. Azents.
Ever offered for sale in this city. 73 Bundy's VCharf, Baltimore.
lili STOCK OF,
CLOTII.S.CASSIMERES, PILOT AND BEAVER
CLOTHS, CACHMERE, SATIN AND '
CANNOT DE EQUALLED.
All of wl2ich can be manufactured into e lotliil.;- It , ce
der, and made in as good style, and a: illAity and fash
ionably designed as ut any other estttblishment
IN TIIE UNITED STATES.
/T IS WELL KNOIVN THAT If IS PRICES
riRE`LOWER THAN -ANY ()TIL
ER HOUSE IN THE CITY,
Arid nine place west of till mountains can purchasers
find such a varlety of goods from which to select as at
Brilliant CareorancitYnprecc dented Snccoss
Tilit}',E 131 DOORS!
THREE BIG DOORS
BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE,
LOOK IN AT SCHOTER'S,
Corner of Wood and II 'ater es,
VTIIE RE as choice an assortment
. of ready made
clothinn, cloths, cas?ieres, satmetts, vesting:,
flannel shirt? drawers. cotton. A nmola andlamb's wool
hose and half hose. silk and gingham cravats, bald?,
stock?, and in short, a little of-everything adapted to
the nee of gentlemen, all of which purchasers will 6'4
made up, and also made to order in the latest and most
improved style, and at prices which, he flatters himself,
will successfully compete with any establislancnt west
of the mountains.
Having made arrangements in the eastern cities, he
will be ponstantly receiving secessions to his already
well selected and seasonable stocks. Give him a call,
then, if you wish to fornisltioursclf whit choice articles.
[Vt"Good and yet Cheap, for efish! a tASllll
-- Remember the placi---corner of Woc and Water
street P • ,
. ~ ..
'auction Salo. r X-74 1 e 7: 1 84 3. 2-. --
;...i-,- . - - -
! STAN DART, INGRAHAM & CO..
John D. Davis, ' Forwarding and ceiramission Dlorchants,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCIfT, , et-EN - ELAN!), onto.
Corner,, IVood and sth sts., Pittsburg . h,
T s ready to roceive inercbandize of every description 1 pang
y S for the :llerchants' Transport:o.lon Com
l. on consignment, for public: - or private composed of the Merchants' Line, Erie•
from long experience in the 'above businQss, flatters
sale ' and. Canal; Wzishington, Line. Minter, Palmer & Co.'s
himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction 'Line of Steam bouts and. vessels on the lakes. Cleve
! land Line, Perbisylvabia and Ohio Canal. Proprie
tu all who mar favor him with ' thqir patronage. `tots ofthe m er cb t uits, Line, Ohio Canal.
Regular sales on MOSDATS and THURSDAY s, of Dr) 1
Goods and fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M. i Wilkie &Ensworth, No. 9, Coentisis Slip, N. Y.
01 Groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles,new 1 R. Hunter & Co. Albany.
and secondhand furniture, &c., at 2 o'clock, P. M. Otig Chaff, Boston.. •
Sales every evening,at early gas light: Rug 12—y I Hunter, Palmer & Co., Buffalo,
----- M. T. Williams & Dow, )
lion. John M. Allen, %, Cleveland..
Charles M. Giddings,
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh.
up 1 1843-Iy. —.—_
WILL be sold no Saturday the s±sth inst. at 10
oolcck. A. M. at the divelling,hoUst of the late
Wm. Pagan. de&d, War the Cotton Factory ofßlack
stock, Bob & Co., Allegheny' city, by-order of execu
tor,,, a large quantity of household and kitchen furni
ture, consisting in pat t of 1 superior lounge; dining and ;
breakftst tables; Fancy and common chairs; sideboard:
secretary and beitkcase; bedstead 4; feather beds and i
bedding; bureaus: 5 tand.,; fenders; tire irons, &c.
Ai-u. a large quantity of tools, consisting of picks,
crowliiirs, hommeis, wedges, and a grPilt variety of
Quary tools; lot of stone flagging and coal; 1 large chain
for hoisting stone, &c.
immediately after the above, will be sold at the stone
yard above the market house on Federal st. Adleghe
ry. a quantity of emend rough stone for building, &r.
I Fume cart; smiths bellows; anvil; vice: hammers:
Alto at Fleming's stone quarry, immediately after
the above will be sold a quantiy of rut and rough stony
fur building purposes; 2 cranes and one windlass.
Term' , made. known at salc. 3. D. DAVIS,
NT I RIVATE SALE
"-,vis. Rooms, corner 1
of Wood and riftit streets , An extensive as
sortieent of DRY GOODS, r..c,ntly purchased in the
Last for cash. and which will be sold at a small ad
va:.Ce no Eastern prices. for currency or approved en
dorsed notes. The assortment consi 4 , in partqf
0 pi. , ces wool dyed blue black broadcloths;
" super. blue cloth;
10 " brown, olive and mixed cloths;
4 " super. Beaver cloths;
5 " piloteloths;
40 " cassinetts, assorted colors; some very
50 " flannels, twilled and plain white, red,
Er,rern and yellow
20 " Enxtishmerino. assorted colors;
100 all wool blanket .-11,1Tvls;
200 rotton plaid An wk;
.1,000 , 10 z. spool cotton, all colors;
100 pieces bleached and brown muslins, and a
peat v'arie'ty of other articles usually found in a Dry
AIAI, mt tisortment of boot? , , shoe', and hats.
which will all be sold at prices without regard to the
late advances in lb , East.
1 . ) EAR SKINS, dI eiied 61141 undressed, just reeeiv
ed and for gni-0 by A. BEELEN.
F r EA,',.—ltoceived nncunsigntnrnt,
CliC43 I ' .UIIC Ilyson Tea,
4 " Bilek Tea,
Ii " 1 ovorial,
5 " GuNrowder. U
J. G. 5.7 A,60111.)0N,
QNIITH'S NEW YORK VARNISII, Vu. l.yvirl.
drying, in story, and for sale at the Ini.CG
W A REHOUSE of J. KIDD,
0:1t). Coro,sr of 4th and Wood sts.
10 bb!i No. 1 ovv•Iwrol, (Northern in,:,ectio
11111)S. N. O. ECG \N. just rocris.A, anclfot
+/ sale by
J. O. & A GORDON.
i-.,-- - _— --,- -...-----:---,.-,.--
1 A L LEN KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. 46,
111 Corner of Wood and Third streets. Pittsburg
pa. Gold. Silver, and Solvent Bank taitei, bought
1 and sold. Si.z.lit clweks on the I:astern cities, for sale.
aii._! .!r.) Drafts, notes and bills., collected.
:i)() 0 1i.1(i! 4 G RI:EN MU COFFEE. for sale REFERLNCES.
Au. ]tr W . liy Win. Bell & Co.,
11A1 LMAN, JENNINGS & CO. John D. D.p.ris,
43. Wood -4 rect. ' Lor:aze, , Pi , t,bur-h Pa.
.1. Painter & Co., 1
J k . ii spli Woodsvell, ,
James May, .1
Ate•%.8r0,, , ..5.: C. )
John II Brown & Co.
James M'Candless. ) Cincinnati, 0.,
1 J. It. M' Donald. ) St. Louis, 'Mo.
, W. El. rope, Esq., Pres't Bank Ky. }Louisville.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale on consignment
7 1' icon.
Can ~n, n ;utile st,,reof.lncob Painter& Co
J. K. MOORHEAD A; CO
Corner 4th and 'Wood ate. l'iits.
1111 DS SUG aR in store and for sale low by
S. MeK Sr. CO ,
I O. Secoo , l street
___ - : -
OAR Br Ili mt. —A lot. of that celebrated choice I Removal.
Z family butter, put up in full bound keg , .. Apply 113 CAWFIELDIro: removed hi. marble Estnl ,
A. BEELF.N. _l_ • lishment to Wood st. opposite Fahnestrick l A
Drug Store, where he will keep constantly on Imnd
---- : Tom o
b Stnes, Monuments cu..
B urr -ER-27 Kees.
5 Barrels We-tern Re4erve.
Dairy 13uttcr jlllt A t roceivea ana for sale by
AILNIAN, JENNINGS &Cs.
scp 26 43 Wood F t
NE'S LUNG SYRUP, if taken in -time,
I will prevent a coturbi from settling on the lungs.
Delays are dangerous. Those afflicted with a slight.
cold had better apply in time.
Afresh supply Just received at the DrugKIDD Store of
Corner 4th and Wood streets.
B EAR SKINS, e.:se
drd ;tad fall haired, a
suitaUc articho fur travellers' truaks. &e., fur
- - - - - - -
n A B.C; AINS ! B.N,RGAINS! ! BARGAINS ! ! !
I_l All sorts of clothing and wearing apparel. Please
call at :No. 151, Liberty streot,and sea for yourselves.
sep 7. J. McCLOSK.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale by WM. THORN
No. 53, Market street,,,
500 lbs. pure palm soap italic bar,
600 " • " " " in casks,
100 " variegated soap,
50 " white Castile, (only lot in •narket)
100 " almond soap, in lb. casks,
doz. shaving soap,
10 " G:ean's rose spermacotti soap, for chapped
hands and for softenimg the slsin.
The subscriber has on hand a larger as.ortmont
the above article; than any other establishment in this
city, and is also receiving a large mpply of fresh drugs,
Sze. NVIV THORN,
No. 53. Market street.
CUGAR CURED HAMS—Just receivecl,pr 6ten m
er May Flower, a lot of superior sugar cured
LLOYD & CO.
nor 14. 140, Liberty it.
S"'' SHARES Allegheny Bridge Stock, at pri
.) vete sale, by JOHN D. DAVIS,
sep 11 Corner of Wood and Fifth streets.
-----: 7 -------- - 7
GI A BALES CUBA LEAF TOBACCO, this day
4/ 1..7 received, and for sale
J. .& A. GORDON,
nl 5. 12 Water street.
Beaver and Warren Packet.
1 I, canal packet ERIE, J. M.
- tt,huukonastor, will run ai regular tri
weekly packet be!N.Vet'll the above named ports, lea' :s
Beaver on Mondays, Wediu'idLLy 3. and Fridays' morn
ing, leaves Warren on Tue4day::. Thursdays and Sat
nirday,,; cmlneeting with the 5i11.2.,C Lines to Cleveland
direct, For freight nt' pi. , :a•ze aly on bPit oard, or to
131 nm ING AM pp &
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18 4 3 .
- I ARE REDUCED.—C.s. MALI. LINE OF STAGE 3
AND RAIL ROAD CA11.3, froM P ittsborgli, % ia Bed
ford, Chambersburz, Ilarri::burg . mud Lanca3ter, to
Philadelphia, eemiectine• with the Maio train ()fears to
N. Y. &f.... 0!!y 150 miles .t.a,731 - 1,7 undone night out.
Also, the direct line lo Baltimore.
[ I' are to Philadelphia $9•
Lea daily at 13 o'clock A. M.
' Office 23 door below the. Merchants' lintel Wood st.
MENI)ELL. GR.IIIAM, WAUGH &Co.,
feb23, 1343-Ic. Proprietors.
A Two Story Brick Muse For Sale.
A two story well finished Brick House from
flit"-teener to attic with lot 22 feet front, run-
The Groat Central Route ; tin , back 100 feet to a 50 foot Alley, situated on
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail Fourth street. near Cherry Alley. Title indisputable,
Road Company. Viand wrins moderate.
t.-,,,, , * .... 771 . ,-.., ,
1........ c.z5,- , (li.TApply at Egolf & Foster's Western Real Estate
-. , ,
,i.t r ists.i , - - • .itgency, Third street, next door to the rost (ace.
NEW LINE OF U. S. M AIL coAcnEs FOR t --
AilliNcrioN CITY, P.ALTIMonE, PHILD
AELPHIA 1 Building Lots in Birmingham.
AND NEW YORK 1 •
LOTS, suitable fur buittliio., most eligibly sit
.T HIS line is in full operation and leaves Pittsburgh ' I . !_,P uated, and within two . , .ti's' walk of the
daily at 0 o'cloids A. M.. via Washington Pa. steam ferry boat landin7, will i, • ,id at prices to :suit
and national road to Cu allierland, connecting here the times. The terms of lia. toe . will be made easy,
with the rail rose
Co's to all the above places: Tnts- ' either fur CJ 41 or SUCII bartei a- can be made ;I V.l I: tile.
elers will find t his a speedy iinil comfortable r oute, Apply to rho s ,a,..riThers in llirtrin , 2l,.on, or Mr. I'.
i t being a separate and distinct Pittsburgh and CUM- Peterson, No. 4, Fat ry street, l'ittATTE,ilinreb.
berland line, facilitieswill be afforded which bare not : J une 1. JAS. PRSON
been lirretofore o'njoyod. F,trn coaches furnished at T
the shortest notice with the I ntl'. ile t te of going through .
direct or taking one nights rest at their option.
A TWO STORY brick house, suitable for n
Fur tickets, apply at our office lit the Monongahela r_7l.n.. dwelling and Grocery, situate on the cornet
Hr,____, J ,.e i
____ _L. W. STOCKTON, of Fifth and Union streets. Possession given immedi
f e l, 3—dtf. President of \. It. Stage Co. aw l, E nqu ire of
Regular Packets, for Cincinnati. _.----------------
~..- 14 , ,
_, ~,,Y44 1 R. 'AVLA NE'S LIVER PILLS.—This is to etc
' rs-'-`i.:i''' -.-;,T:' tifr that a nitre n( mine was very ill with the Its
er complaint, She purchased a boa nf McLane's Liy.
The Sn-iirsore. ii.iiiiasai , , Master, leaves even rr Pills, took them as per directions, felt much teller.
Thursday at 10 o'cbwl., a. tn. ed, INed a second box, and is nearly cured. I believe it
The Cuttor. Collins, Alaster. leaves oven Friday at was the Liver Pills that relieved her. I would cheer
: 10 o'clock a. al. I 'ully recommend M'Lanes Liver Pill to those persons
The Montgomery , Bennett, Mcstet, leaves :very Sat- Nho, , e. Liver is diseased. JoSECII Bona,
12 miles from Pittsburgh.
urdav at 10 o'cloel, a. in.
Express, Parki•Arin, Master, leaves every San-' For wheat the Drug tore ,i Sf
and JON. KIDDi,
- day at 10 o ' c i , ii•k a . In. oct 31. Corner of 4th Wood sts. Ptts.
JOHN BIRMINGHAM & CO., i _____ ___ _________
) i roan 20 )1,:.- ,- ;:!.:. '
_.,.. .. .. Fr.ceman's Fire Brick for Sale.
United States Portable Boat Lino Dcpot . w
T week - ca. 500 Freemai's lie:a Fire Brick,
,' 401 1 w S
lii , ll ill hereaf 0
ter be kept t ecitiAtantly on hand
lend s old lOW for cash, by 13IBMINGIIAM & CO.
i may 27 Ne. CO Water 31.
'pt. 4-3 m
Dissolution of Partnership.
TIRE p;rtnt•r=hip heretofore etti.ting under the
,t vie of Devine & Annlty, this day dissolved
by nrltualcoaseio, IL Devine is to Collect all Awns
au, to the c ineern, and pay all elaimE , (..intracted for
the c oncerti up to this date
Pinsburg,ll, 1. 1843
11. Devine informs his friends and the
public, that he still continues in the 'Fran:sporting
hosiuess, and that he has removed the office of the C.
S. Portable Boat Line, to N. 45 Water street, next
door below Lewis Hutchinson, where he will receive
and i,irward Freight to the East, on the very lowest
Dissolution of Partnership.
TIIE Partnerihip Ir•retnfore exiqtimT under the firm
of DICKEY and ALFAArinrn. is thi= day dissol '
red by mutual consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sept. 1, 1343. \V )1. G. ALEXANDER.
' 1 JAMES DICKEY respectfully informs his friends
and the public. thnth , stilleontinnes in the Transpor
-1 L otion Ba:inesß, at his Warehmr:e, CORNER or LIBER
TY AND WAY"' STREETS, Canal Basin, under the
name of the "Independent Portable Boat Line,"
1 where he will receive and forward freight to the4—tf. East at
I the lowest terms sept.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF DELICACIES,
AT 140. LIBERTY S'rREET.
CHOICE TICKLES. Walnut Ketchup,
Gerkins, Tomato do,
Mangoes, Sarsaparilla Sydo,rup,
Beans, India Carrie Powder,
Walnuts, Italian Maccaroni, .
Onion?., Italian Vermelli,
Mixed Pickles. Capers, (French,)
*LICH SACCES• ?tunes,
John Bull's Sauce, - Bitter Almonds,
Harvey's do, French Currants,
j Reading do, Prepared Cocoa,
Ca pried do, Jarnaica Ginger,
I India Soy, Dried Cherries.
Essence of Anchovies. Oranges, &c, &c.
Just received and for sale by LLOYD CO
04 No. 140, Liberty street
• For Salo.
ORES of Land in tha Reserve Triet,
4 -1"2 on Bank Lane, will be sold a bargain. Apply
at the Western Real Estate Agency, next dooc to-thg
Poet OfSee. EGOLF & FOSTER.
A FARM FOR SALE,
A FARM of 100 acres, 12 miles from Pittsburgh,
on the Franklin Road, adjoining lands of William
Cochran. Esq., will be sold on favorable terms , For
further particulars apply to P. MckiARR,
n2O-Im. 149 Liberty all-eds.
Public Sale of Real Instate+
THE undersigned will offer at Public Sale, on the
premises, 30 Actuts or Gitoutm, in the Bo- 1
rough of Birmingham. on Wcusrsn•T, the 22d 1
inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M.
It is laid off into but of 24 by 20) feet, for build•
ing purposes, and 96 by 390 feet on the rill r for manm
Mot sold in a hotly. the lots will be ofrered sepa
rately. It is useless to renew the important ndettnitt.
Zes this property rows-es. The principal portion of it
will be sold at furthest in a few yenrs, and trill. riotibt-
I less. be yearly increased in salne by the. erection of
, huildinzs and manufactories. and offers the best oppor
timity r.rin,..t.n• and irnprovinents, all the dwelling
i houses in the town being occupied as rum: as comple
rt m 1
--One-fourth in band, and the balance in five
yearly payments, with interest. payablevearly.
NEVILLE B. CRAIG.
i 014—dts Committee of Mrs. Sidney _Gregg.
„,r” FARMS of improved land in Butler and
t_.l Beaver counties, to suit purchasers; in a
high state of cultivation.
2 Farms in Armstrong count:. near Freeport; 100
neves cleared; 150 hearingfruit t rocs, 3 dwellings, barns
&c. For particulars, enquire at my office, Smithfield
near 4111 street
NEW GROCERY STORE,
STACY LLOYD, Ja.•—..
LOY . &
C —.A• G. PLINTI/RT,
AATHOLESALE and Rctail Gnocr.as AND Cox
MISSION NICRCTIANTS. No. 1.10 Liberty street
few Anon above St. Clair, street,
Where famines can at all times ba suppled
with gond Goods at fair prices.
Landreth Garden Seeds.
A full supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds always nn
hand and for sale, at his agency, tho Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184. Liberty st., head of Wood
Two New and First Eato Stearn Engines.
ONE is 20 horse power, 10 inch cylinder, and 4
foot stroke. will he, sold with Or without boilers.
The other engine 12 borAe power, 7 inch cylinder,
3 foot stroke, one huller about 22 feet long. 30 inches
in diameter. These engines are made of the best ma
terials and in the most substantial manner, and will be
sold on accommodatin7, terms. They can be seen at
the warehouse of the subscriber at any time
H. DEVINE, U. Statc.4 Line.
C. N. M'ANULT
NEXT DO.)11 TO THE TEMPERANCE HALL.
TIIF,RE all Mails of cut, plain and pressed glass
V of all descriptions, eau be purchased at very rea
sortable prices, together with a grztat variety of splendid
cut glass, window lights for steamboats, private houses
and churches. Also, window glass, a superior anis
:le, wholesale and retail.
Persons wanting any of the above articles ) will do
well to call and examine for themselves, before pureha,
•_...?".N. B. Watch and, Time piece Glasses always
LANDS FOR SALE.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
Wm. PEACOCK, M. Buss.
PELLOOCE. & BLISS,
GREAT WESTERN, PLAIN AND FANCY
Glass Cntting Establishment,
New York Dyer.
O oatreopectfully inform his friends
and the public in general, that he dyes Ladies'
dre.ses, Habits and '..vforntels of every description,black;
and warrants them not to smut, and to look equal to new
goods. He dyes fancy colors of all descriptions of silk
and carpet yarn. Also, cleans and restoree colors of
gentlemen's clothing, so as to resemble new s the
Mr. H. flatters himself that he Cirlplease the public,
as he has done an extensive business in New York for
twenty years. All work done on moderate terms, at his
establishment in sth st., between Wood and Smithfield
near the Theatre
M. -- ' This is to certify that OSEE TIDIES has done
woile for us, which has fully answered our expec
tationA, and we consider him a competent dyer.
S. Hemphill, Andrew Purdy.
Wm. Barnes, W.B. Boies
J . B. Shurtleff, Wm. Porter.
David Hall. H. H. Smith,
B. F. Mann. . Henry Javens
David Boics, A. Shockey, jr.
Joseph French, jr., Joseph Vera,
George Barnes. • .. •• a r 20
auk Mitts cntb txr4anst
CORSED. Of WOOD AND THIRD rrs,
Merchants dnd Manufactoirers' Scrip ......
Exchange Bank Scrip . .....
Currcncy . ... . •
Eric Bank Scrip . .. .
011 Phi la delphia .... ; . . .... ...
Gold .... • . • .-...... . - .3 Pre°.
Silver .. . ........ • ~
PENNSYLVANIA. - a - P ITTSBURGH.
Bank of Pittsburgh ............ . .....
Merchants and Manufacturers' bank ...... . ..pd
Exehange ......... . ....... 0
...... . . . . par
Do. Hoitldaysburgh. ... - ..... .. pet'
Bank of .North America .... . ... . . • . -
Do Northern Liberties
Do Pennsylvania. . ~.. . .... .....
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania. , :.
Farmers' and Mechanite Lank..:....
Kensington bank .................. .
Manufacturers and Mechanics
Moyamensing ..... . ... ........ ... • .
Philadelphia bank ........... . • . • ..
Southwark._... ".... ..............
' Western " ......
Bank of Penn Totonship ........
1 Girard bank ...... • .....
U- S. bank and branches .........•••
Bank of G l e rMandottn • ...... • • " Las .“. . I.—Pdt
'= Chester eonfa Pal
it•..... . Pal
Delaware county .
Montgomery county.... pat
" Northumberland pat'
Farmers' bunk of Bucks c0unty......... ..... pat
Eastonhank ...... pat
Doylestown bank ....................... ...af
Franklin bank of Washington l
Bank of Ghambersburgh - • .... .... ..... 2
" Middletown ..... ..... .. • . ....21
Gettyaburgh ........ 2/ 2i
" Lewistown . ...
" Susquehannaeonnty ....
Berks eattnty bank ...75
Columbia 13catkand Btidge Company li
Carlisle bank. , . , . • • .
• ....... -:-.---it
Farmers and Drovers' bank
Dank of Lancaster..,..... . ilt
" Bank of Reading-.....- -.......
Harrisburg batik . 1
Honesdale " . ......... 2
Lancaster " 2
Lancaster co, ".
Lebanon " ...... . .... .
Miners bank of Pottsville. . . • . ... . ... . ...a "41.2
Monongahela bank of Brotensville ...... 11
New Hope and Delaware Bridge campanso ....5
Northampton bank...... ....no sale
Towanda bank ............. .... 85
11 - yoming bank
West Branch bank -•- . .- • •
Belmont bank of St. Clairsrille... • ..... , . I
Clinton bank of Columbus
Columbiana bank of New Lisbon—. ...........1
Circleville (Lawrence, cashier) • It
•_( Idrarren, eashier).... .... ....no said
Cincinne - ti banks
Chillicothe hank.... -
Commercial bank of Ldke Erie.-- .. . ..... 15
I Franklin bank of Columbus—. • • • . ..1
Farmers' and Me.chanies' bank of Steubenville- , l o
Farmers' bank of Canton .
Massillon ...... .....
_Mechanics' and Traders', Cincinnati
State bank and branche.•
State Scrip ..... 20
Bank of Illinois, Shatenectoten ----••
Bank of the Valley of Virginia 1
Bank of Virginia .1
Exch.,c nye bank of Virginia - • • .
Farmers' bank of Virginia._
North-11 7 c.stern bank of Virginia
Merchants' and Mechanics' bank of V4inia....
Baltimore City banks— • • • • - • • • • • —pa r
All other solvent bank S.— ••• . • •
NORTH CAROLINA. ,
All solvent tAnks. ..• •• - . .....
All solreni banks . •. .• .• .•
Allsolreni banks ..... . .•..• • • .
Mobile banks.. ..... ..
Country banks-. • • ... ."
New Orleans banks ( poi) .• • •
BOOS AND 30D
t.ORVITI OF WOOD & FIFTH 5Th.
The proprietors of the Monstsc POST and Mew.
CVRT AND :‘EiSUFACTURER respectfully inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they hare
n large and well chosen assortment of
awl 0 7 1233 mag23ziraaam
Necessary to a Job Printing Office, and that they are
prepared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Books. I Bills of Lading, Circulars,
Pamphlets. • Bill Heads, Cards,
Handbills, Blank Checks, Hat Tips.
kinbs of 331aut8,
Stage, Steamboat and Canal Boat Bille, with ap
Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable'
We respectfully ask the patron's:re of our frknds and
the public in general in this branch dour business.
July 31, 1843. . PHILLIPS St, SMITH.
WE have received, and will hereoftet keep con.
stantly on band, a full supply of Printing Ink,
inierge and small kegs, which we will be able to sell
ckeoper than it has heretofore been sold in this city.
Orders from the country accompanied by the cask
(re - sta eAses) will be promptly attended to.
PHILLIPS Sr. SMITH. :7
t.ct 1 0 —tf Office of the Peat and Wisridettees et.
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