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    FTTISBWAGEL BOARD OF TRADE.
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Wailisat' it4ebbatuze—f. Lomaz—Robert. Bell. t
larA 'U- Goidga Eagle, inkaipirkfeet fro;
IV. 3 feetin leieth, talons 2 inches, ai!al claws 7
v.s iii iodia Wasaulgion county. Pa. to be
dams a Samuel Mmes. end of Allegheny Bridge.
~Aissoutsrvot.—Wo understand that Mr. Ws rrLgs
will deliver a lecture on Association, at Temperance
Hi% this evening
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• : Roatiat TrLast.—The Washington correspondent
IfAge NOP' York Hetild says that Robert Tyler will
. .
leave' 'Washington in March, to reside in'Philatlelphia,
as &practising lawyer. He hat all the elements of a
popular advocate, and will, no doubt, be successful.
Ancritsm Re tes.—A gentleman who has traversed
a large portion of the Indian country of Northern Tea
' ste, turd the country lying between Se nta.Fe and the
Pacific, informs the editor of the Houston Telegraph,
thetithete am vestigeiof ancient citiesand ruined tem
. OBS on the Rio Puerco and Colorado of the West.—
On one of the branches of the Rio Puerto, a few days
travel from Santa Fe, there is an immense pile of ruin.
that appear to belong to an ancient temple. TI
building occupies nearly an acre of ground—portions
of the wall are Kill standing, consisting of large blocks
41f limestone regularly l •Rn, and laid in cement. The
rains boar ageneral resemblance to them of Palenque!
or Otolttn, There are many similar ivies on the Co..
! - lorado of the West, which empties into the California
sea. Neither the Indians' residence in the vicinity,
nor the eldest Spanish settlers of the nearest settle
' nsent4Can giye an account of the origin in these tonibq ;
Lags. . •
"Extract of a Letter to the Editor, dated
"1 , arrived here at nine this morning. The demo.
Wit. were in caucus; they bonditated Smut W. Joints,
of Virginia, for Speaker. They could not agree about
Cho* of the Housetthe prominent candidates are Buts-
Ara, of Harrisburg., and IV cNtair. of Ohio, and it is
thought there will not be any nomination; they will hate j
a run on their own book."
' ' GENERAL JACKSON.
The old Phalanx of Jackson Democraey are re
sumed to attend a meeting at the house of Hugh Duf
f!. at the corner Second and Grant streets, on Satur
40m:sting, at 7 o'clock.,for the purpose of making
arrangements. to celebrate the Bth of January in the
goodold way—All Anti-Bank Democrats are invited
—come one---come all.
ATTENTION! DUQUESNE GREYS
'You are hereby notified to attend the regular
meethly Drill, on Wednesday evening, at si o'clock,
at the Armory. Punctual attendance is requested.
A PROTRACTED MEETING
1• now in progress in the Ertgl'oh Lutheran Church,
Seventh street. fbe Pastor will be assisted by Rev.
Mr. Letterisnowaxr, and several other ministerial
brethren. Preaching every evening at ei o'clock:
meetings for inquiry every afternoon at 3 o'clock.
e 29-1 w.
Port of pittoburgli.
Reported by Sheble and Mitchell, General Steam
Boat Agents. Water street
PITA: FEET WATER IN THY CHANNEL
ARRIVED. •
'Dairy Beaver Packets,
Bowman, Brownsville,
*Valley Forge, Baird, Saint Louis
`Cutter, Collins, Cincinnati,
Belfast, Ebben. Wheeling.
DEPARTED.
' Daily. Beaver Packets
Alpine, Cockburn, Brownsville.
Moxahala, Parkinson, Mon. City.
*Brunette Irwin. Cincinnati,.
* Bridgewater. Clarke, Wheeling,
'Columbiana, Smith, Cincinnati.
t ar All boats marked thus [•] are provided with
Ems' Safety Guard s to prevent the Explosion of steam
Boilers.
Notice to Contractors.
S EALED proposals will be received at the o ffi ce of the Monongahela Navigation Company, nearly
opposite the Post Office, until 3 o'clock P M sof Satur
day, the 234 December next, for building Locks and
Dams Nos ;we 4, and for repairing Dome Nos 1 and
'Bq also, for ding four Brick Lock Houses. Pay
ments will he made monthly in specie funds.
Plans and specifications will be exhibited at the of
fice one week previous to the letting.
J it MOORHEAD,
Freeman's Pire Brick for Sale.
JUST received, 5000 Freeman's ben Fire Brick,
which will hereafter be kept constantly on hand
and sold low for cash, by BIRMINGHAM & CO.
may 27 No. 60 Water st.
Peach Trees.
=TUE subscriber has just received from the Nur
sets of Landreth and Fulton, near Philadelphia.
a lot of the choicest variety of peach trees, to which he
would call the attention of the public.
F. L. SNOWDEN.
No Liberty at. bead of Wood.
Landretles Garden Seeds.
A full supply of Landreth!s Garden Seeds always on
hand and for sale, at his agency, the Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
ISt Liberty's., head of Woed
EAR SKlNS,4lreiaed and undressed, just receiv
ed nod forsale by A. BEELEN.
os—tt
TEAS.—Received on consignment,
12 Chests Young Hyson Tea,
4 " Black Tea,
4 4 "
5 " Gunpowder, by
J. G. & A, GORDON,
12 Water street
Sheritre sales.
D Y virtue of sonciry writs of Ventlitioni Exponas and
40 &rani Facies issuedout of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of AUegisCsty county, and to me directed,
will be exposed to public sale at the Court House, in
the oity of Pittsburgh, on .Monday, the 25th day of
December, A D 1843, at I o'clock A , lit, the following
property, to wit:
All the right, title, interest and claim of Thomas
M'Cuna, 04 is and to, a lot of greancl, supposed so Con
tain to acts and a half, situated on the Youghiogheny
river, Elizabeth township, Allegheny county, adjoining
lands of Daniel Greenawalt, and others, on which is
erected a frame dwelling house. Seized and taken in
execution as the promty of the said Thomas M'Cune,
• at the suit of John Walker, jr.
ALSO,
All the right, title, interest and claim of Saasnel Sutton,
of, in and to, a certain lotof ground, situase in the city
of! llegheoy r irooting on Beaver strew, Adjoining lots
ofJaeob Park and other! go winch is erected* tiro/to
ry frame dwelling Imam! Seized and taken in °emo
tion as the property of tbe.said Sanibel Sutton, at the
suit of Mathew Irwin. -
Anti to be sold by ELL/AH TROVILLO,
Sheriff's Office, Dec, 4, ISt&
VOIRRING, DECEMBER 6,1893
W4,III4INGTON, Deer 2d. 1843
By order,
WM. HAYS, Jr. 0. S
FOR SAFETY,
Travellers should select Boats provided with
Evan's Safety Guards for preventing Explosion of
Stenos Boilers
I T 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 ofprocuring the above appara
tus. And that every individual making such selec
timis 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 dikes that have already been lost, a std.
cient warning, and inducement to make inquiry for a
Safety guard Boat, and in every case to give it the
preference. They have want 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 appreciator 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
iII many cases superior; and as there is one leaving
Pittsburgh every day, why will you run any risk, when
it is so completely in y,
your ownpower to avoid thcse dis
asters.
All boats marked thus [ 1 in the List of Arrivals and
De in another pert of this paper, ars supplied
wi the Safety Guard.
List of Boats provided with the Safety Guard.
ALPS, LADY OF LYONS,
AGNES, LEXINGTON,
AMARANTH, LANCET,
ADELAIDE, MENTOR,
ASHLAND, MINSTREL,
BOSTON, MARIETTA,
BRILLIANT, MICHIGAN,
BRUNETTE, MARQUETTE,
BREAKWATER, MAJESTIC,
BRIDGEWATER, MUSKINGUM 1 1 AL' Y,
CADDO, MISSOURI MAIL,
CHARLESTON, HUNG° PARK,
CICERO, MESSENGER,
CANTON, MONTGOMERY,
CUTTER, NORTH BEND,
CECELIA, NEPTUNE,
CASPIAN, NARAGANSETT,
CLIPPER, NIAGARA,
COLUMBUS, OSPRE F,
CLEVELAND, ORPHAN BOY,
COLUMBIANA, OHIO MAIL,
CORSAIR, OHIO,
DUQUESNE, ORLEANS,
DUKE of ORLEANS, OLIVE BRANCH,
ECLIPSE, PENELOPE,
EMMA, PANAMA,
EDWIN HICKMAN, QUEEN of the SOUTH,
EL DORADO, ROWENA,
EVELINE, " RARIT AN,
EXPRESS MAIL, SARAH ANN,
FORMOSA, SARATOGA.
FORT PITT, SAVANNA.
GALENA, ST. CHARLES,
GEN'L BROOK, ST. LOUIS,
GALLANT, TALLEYRAND,
ID A , TOBACCO PLANT,
INDIAN QUEEN, VIC TRESS,
ILLINOIS, VALLEY FORGE,
J. H. BILLS, VIOLA',
JEWESS, WEST WIND,
JAMES ROSS, TYING AND TYING,
mar 2::
WINTER CAMPAIGN
Brilliant dare/masa Unprecedented Success
THREE BIG DOORS!
T HEproprietor cf this well known and highly fa
vored establishment takes great pleasure in in
forming his friends and the public at large that he has
new prepared nt his
SPLENDID SALES ROOM,
No. 151, LIBERTY Sr.,
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
WINTER CLOTHING
Erer offered for sale in this city.
HIS STOCX OF,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, PILOT AND BEAVER
CLOTHS, CACHMERE, SATIN AND
OTHER VESTINGS,
CANNOT BE EQUALLED.
All of -which can be manufactured into clothing to or
der, and made in as good style, and as tastily and fash
ionably designed as many other establishment
IN THE UNITED STATES.
IT IS WELL KNOWN THAT HIS PRICES
ARE LOWER THAN ANY OTH
ER HOME IN THE CITY,
And atno place west of the mountains can purchasers
find swats variety of goods from which to select as at
the
THREE BIG DOORS
In addition to his unrivalled stook of clothing, ho
has a magnificent assortment of
HANDKERCHIEFS, SCARFS, GLOVES,
SUSPENDERS. &c, &c.
The motto of the "Three Big Doors" is
"QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,"
And in following out this system he feels con
fident that hismistomers and himself
ARE MUTUALLY BENEFITED.
HE WOULD
THE MAN OF FASHION, INVITE
THE PROVES-1
SIONAL GEVTLEMAN, 7'HE MER
CHANT, FARMER, MECHANIC
AND WORKINGMAN
To all and examine for themselves at
THE THREE BIG DOOR S,
No. 151. Liberty street,
AND THEY MUST BE SATISFIED.
lOBSERVE METAL PLATE IN THE
PAVEMENT.
n 8 JOH N—NrCLOSKEY.
BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE,
LOOM IX AT SCIBOTEIVS,
Corner of Wood and Water as,
W HERE as choice an aasomnent of ready made
clothing, cloths, easel meres, satinetts, resting',
flannel shirts, drawers, cotton, Angola and lamb's wool
hose and half hose, silk and gingham cravats, bdkfe,
stocks, and in short, a little of everything adapted to
the use of gentlemen, all of which purchaser, will find
maditm, and also made to order in the latest and most
improved style, andat prices which, he flatters himself,
will successfully compete %with any establishment west
of the mountains.
Having made arrangements in the eastern cities, he
will be constantly receiving accessions to his already
well selected and seasonable stocks. Give him a call,
then, i f you wish to furnish yourself with choice articles.
illepPGood and yet Cheap, for Lash!
member the place--corner of Wa nd Water
streets.
026-6na
JUST RECEIVED and for sale by WM. THORN,
No. 53, Market street,
500 lbs. pure palm soap in the bar,
600 " " is casks,
100 " variegated soap,
50 white Castile, (only latta 'market)
100 " almond soap, in f lb. casks,
50dos. shaving soap, ,
10 " Glenn's rose spermaceti soap, for chapped
hands sad for softening the skin.
The subscriber has on hand a Luger assortment of
she abomartialas choosey ether establishment in this
city. and is alsoremieing a leargasapOreffeerb druse v
ate. WV: woks,
get? Na 58. Maim street.
COMO
Itiution Salto.
Saba D. Davis' ,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCH'T,
Coratr of Wood and stit. Pittidrargh,
I S
ready to receive merctuusais to f every description
onconsignn3ent, 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 MONDArsand TIIITILSDI, YB, 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
OGAS STOCK AT AUCTION.
N Thursday morning, 14th inst., at 10 o'clock,
will be sold by order of Assignee, at the Com
mercial Auction Rooms, corner of Wood and Fifth
streets, 40 shares Pittsburgh Gas Stock, for cash, par
funds. J D DAVIS, Auctioneer.
d 6
AUCTION -SALES OF DRY GOODS, FURNIURE
Etc.
AT DAVIS' Commercial Auction Rooms, cope, El Woo(' and sth sts., on THURSDAY next. Dec..
7, at 10 o'clock, A. M., will be sold, a large lot crises
sortable DRY GOODS.
At %o'clock P. 111.—A variety of furniture, &c.
THIS EVENING, WEDNF.SDAY, a lot of second
hand watches.
dec 5
WAssignee's flab of IDry Goode.
ILL be sold by order of Assignees, on Weanes-
V day, the 6th inst. at 10 o'clock, A NI, at No 92,
Market street, the entire stock of Armel and Montt,
remaining on hand, consisting ofa general assortment
of Dry Goods, among which are
100 pieces bleached muslins,
Cloths.cassimeres, cassinets,
Merinos, various color, and qualities,
Kentucky jeans,
Red, white and yellow Flannels,
Mousolin delaines and alpacas,
Dread silks and satins,
Colored cambric, and paper muslins,
Chintzes, calicoes and gingham",
Shawls and handkerchiefs, a great variety,
Linen and painted lawns.
Hosiery, gloves and suspenders,
Scarfs, stocks, cravats,
Black, lace and green veils,
Buttons, spool cotton, &c, &c,
All of which will be sold withuut reserve. Sale to be
continued on Friday and Saturday, Bth and 9th inst.,
and until all is sold.
Terms, cash, currency. JOHN D. DAVIS,
d!
Auctioneer.
BUGGY AND HARNESS AT AUCTION.
A T DA VlS'Commercial Auction Romns, corner of
PL. Wood and sth sts. on THURSDAY next, at 2
o'clock, P. M., will be sold, without reserve. I splen
did Buggy, with Brass mounted harness, neatly new,
the property of a gentlemen leaving for Europe; it is a
beautiful article, neatly mounted; has been made to or
der,
awl woll adapted fur:this section of country.
disc 6 J. D. DAVIS, Auct•r.
B UFFAL9 TONG UES.—Receired by Little Ben
10 boxes Buffalo Tongues, in fine order, direct
from the mountains. A. BEELEN.
n9-tf
B U'PALO ROBES.- —Recei .d by Cicero, a fresh
and full supply of all sizes of Robes. Apply to
n 8 if
A. 13E ILL
UFFALO ROBES by single robe or bald, for sale
A/ by
A. BEELEN.
ofk—tf
FINDS. N. 0. SUG.kft, juAt received, and rot
ei sale by J. G. & A GORDON.
JUST RECEIVED and fur sale on consipunent,
7 filuis bacon,
hhas sugar,
Can Le seen atthe sture of - Jacob PainferA.- Co
aug 29 J. K. MOORHEAD& CO.
BAGS GREEN RIO COFFEE, for sale
low, by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO. I
43, Woos! street.
Z OAR 13U rrr. R.—A lot of that celebrated choke
family butter, put up 11 full bound ke.7.. Apply
to
A. BEELEN.
VRESH CHEMICALS, , te,—Fled Precip. Pill,
_1: Hyaraq, Strychni3, Veratra, Oxidu Bismuth,
at the Drug Store of JON. KIDD.
nl7
20 8A . L ES CU d B f A LIEAbF TOBACCO, this day
VRESFI DRUGS.—Just received, Quinine, Tar
1. carte Acid, Crdotnel, Oxide Bismuth, HydriGde
Potash. Ex't 13arks,at"tiwe wholesale and retail Drug
Store of
JON. KIDD,
nl7 Corner 4th and Wood streets.
13OtLheBSdrpuugreuol3reaisaofm Copai l v i a ss lus K t r i ec D ei n vid at
n2B Corner 9th and Wood stitzets.
UCKW H EAT FLOUR.—Fresh Buckwheat
Flour CM band and for sale by
n 29 A G REINHART, 140, Liberty at.
am,
S T LOUIS CRACKERS.—John DariresSt Lauis
for salo by water and butter crackers :thy:vs on band and
A G REINHART,
n 29 190, Liberty street.
_
1 . UST RECEIVED, 30 bbis best ground Carnworxl
t 1
at the drug store of JON. KIDD,
n2V corner 4th and Wood streets.
McLANE'S LUNG SYRUP, if taken in time,
will prevent *cough from settling on thalungs.
Delays are dangerous. Those afflicted with a slighi
cold had better apply in time.
A fresh supply just receivedat the Dreg Store of
JON. KIDD,
nl7 Corner 4th and Wood streets.
EAR SKINS, well dressed en d (nil baited, a
suitable article for travellers' trunks. &e., for
sale by
A. BEELEN.
nitqf
B ARGAINS ! BARGAINS! ! BARGAINS !!!
All sorts of clothing and wearing apparel. Please
call at No. 151, Liberty street, see foryourselves
scp 7. J. McCLOSKEY.
CRA NBERRIES--just recei v eda nd
isim for A ta ß l r e by
A RE
n3O 140, Liberty street.
85 SHARES Allegheny Bridge Stack, at pri
ate sale, by JOHN D. DAVIS,
aep 11 Corner of Wood and Fifth streets.
Farms Wanted.
S EVERAL improved farms wanted, (within 20
miles of the Pittsburgh market). Persons dis-
posed to sell will please call at my caw, in Smithfield
street, near 4th, soon.
ol6—tf
Money ir
Jaated.
W ANTED to borrow, on good security, either in
endorsed notes or mortgages, on good Real
Estate in town or country, worth from three to five
times the amount, and from one, two, three to five
yaars--$lOO, $150.41500, $7OO, $l,OOO, $1,500,52,-
000, $3,000, $4,000, $5,000, &c. Persons having
money to lend in large or small sums, will find a full
Merest, and *good security for it, on application at
Harris' Agency and Intelligence Mee, N 0.9 Fifth
st.
rev. 28
Removal.
PCAWFIELD hes remorecl his marble Este},
• Heitman to Wood at opposite frahneatock's
Drug Store, where he will keep constantly on hand
Tomb Strom, Moonmentaetc. ap 19--lyr
.7. D. DAVIS, Auct'r
(Gazette copy.)
J. G. & A. GORDON,
is IVater itreet
J. K. HENDERSON
1:,=:„7,..25.1843--.III3IaEM
STANDART, INGRAHAM & CO.,
Forwarding. and commission Merchants,
CLEVELAND, 01110.
A GENTS for the Merchants' Transportation Com
pany composed of the Merchants' Line, Erie
Canal; Washington, Lino. Hunter, Palmer & Cp.'s
Line of Steamboats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve
land Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. Proprie
tors ofthe Merchants, Linn, Ohio Canal.
REMO TO
Wilkie & Ensworth, No. 9, Coentios Slip, N. Y.
R. Hunter & Co. Albany.
Otis Chaff; Boston.
Hunter, Pakacz & Co., Buffalo,
M. T. Williams & Dew,
Hon. Julia M. Alien, Clavniand-
Charle* M. Giddings,
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh.
ap 1 1843-Iy.
Beaver and Warren Packet.
THE canal packet ERIE, J. M.
Shaw,masotr, will run as regular tri
weekly packet h.tweee the above named ports. leaves
Beaver on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays' morn
ing, leaves Warren on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays; connecting with the Stage Lines to Cleveland
direct, For freight or passage apply un board, or a
BIRMINGHAM & CO., Pittsburgh,
J. S. DICKEY, Beaver,
i - vvrvvy- • 4-m-5,
jies. . :a . . ••=-•
F l.
ARE REDUCE D S. 843
MA IL LINK or STAG
AND RA IL ROAD CARS, from Pittsburgh, via Bed
ford, Chambersbmg. Harrisburg and Lancaster, to
Philadelphia, coanocting with the Main train of Carl to
N. Y. &c. Only 150 miles staging =done night cam.
Also, the direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia $9.
Baltimore 9.
Leaves daily at 8 o'cluck A. M.
Office 2d door belevr the Aferchants' Hotel Wood st.
MENDELL, GRAHAM, WAVGH &Co.,
feb 23, 1843-Iy. Proprietors.
Tba Great Central lent*
Via National Road and Baltimore and Odio Rail
Road Company.
I•.2ms-;i2 ?..I.sith--.".1
NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WASH IN nros CITY, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
•ND Naw YORX.
rp HIS line is in full operation and leaves Pittsburgh
J. daily at 6 o'clock A. M., via. Washington Pc
and national road to Cumberland, connecting here
with the rail road Cu', to all the above places: Trav
elers will find this a speedy 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 coecbea furnished at
the shortest notice. with the privilege of goilig through
direct ur taking one nights res.: at their oinion.
For tickets, apply at cur office at the Monongahela
House. L. W. STOCKTON,
fob 3—dtf. President of N. R. Stage Co.
Regular Packets, for Cliaciamatt.
jail
=alto
The Swiftsure, Robinson, Master, leaves every
Thursday at 10 o'clock, a. m.
The Cutter,Collias,Mast er , leaves every Thursday at
10 o'clock a. na.
The Montgomery, Bennett, Master, leaves every Sat
urday at 10 o'clock a. in.
The Express, Parkinson, Master, leaves every &w
-ay at 10 o'clock a. in.
JOHN BIRMINGHAM & CO.,
Inns- 20
Agents.
IZnited States Wagon and Rail Read Line.
20,4••••••••••%. I...fir
• A. ,41114% t;in '
T HE subperibers hare made arrangements to for
ward goods &trin e clio winter to and from Pitts
burgh, Philadelphia and New York.
C A McANCLTY,
Cann' Bain, Liberty street, Pittsburgh
THOMAS BORBIDGE, Agent,
'2 72 , Mlrkct street, Philzdelphia
ALLEN KRAMER, Excite
Corner of Wood and Th,
Pa. Gold, Silver, and Solvent
and sold. Sight checks en the E
Drafts, notes and bills, collected.
RETZRENCII
Wm. Bell &
John D. Davis,
F. Lorenze,
J. Painter & Co.,
Joseph Wood well,
James May,
Alex. Bronson &Co.
John H Brown &Co. ,
James Weandless. > Cincinnati, 0.,
J. R. M'Danald. Louis, : 3 / 4 10.
W. D. Pope. Es q.. Prrs't Dank Ky. >
Executors' Notice.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of homasCas
silly, Imo of the city of Piit.•b'n•;h, deceased_
areretiiiestml to in iko payment i nmerliately to either
of the under.igned, and all porsons ha% i.tg claims
against the same, will present theist properly authenti•
toted to either of the undersiened f9r aettlernr•itt
HENRY M'CU L LOUGH, Peebles Township,
JAMES CASSILLY, Pittsburgh,
JAMES BL 4KELT, Pittsburgh,
JAMES C CUMMINS. Pitt Township,
n2s—(Lawlm Exectders.
Dissolution of Partnership.
T HE Partnership heretofore existing uruler the 6rm
of DICKEY and ALEXANDZR, is this day dissol
ved by mutual consent. JAMES DICKEY,
sept. 1, 1843. WM. G. ALEXANDER.
JAMES DICKEY respectfully informs his friends
and the public, tbathe still continues in the Transpor
tation Business, at his Warehouse, CORMLIR Or LIBER
TY AND WAYNE STREETS, Canal Basin, under the
name of the "Independent Portable Boat Line,"
where he will receive and forward freight to the East at
the lowest terms sept.
FASHIONABLE
NAT AND OAP MANOPAOIIOIIIr,
No. 13, Fifth street, between Markel and
Wood, and censer of Si.rek and Grant sir
I& H. WALKER feel grateful to the
• public for the' liberal patronage bestow
ed upon them, and beg leave to state that they are now
manufacturing and have constantly on hand a very su
perior article in Beaver, Russia, Neruda, and every
other description of Hata. Also, a variety of cloth,
sealett and fur caps; all of which will be sold at the ve
ry lowest prices. As no part of their manufacture is
done by machinery, but by the best workmen by hand,
they can recommend with confidence their Hats, as be
ing superior and more durable than those generally of-
fered to the public. Merchants and storekeepers can
be supplied upon equally as low terms as in the Ears
em Markets, I . & H. WALKER.
023-3 m.
TN the matter 7r a new Township out of parts of
Mifflin, Jefferson, Upper and Lower St. Clair
Townships.
And now to wit, October 9th, 1843; approved, and
the Court direct that notrce be given by the Clerk, by
publication in the Daily Post and Amore. that tbesaine
will be confirmed at the December Term, 18413, unless
exceptions are filed before that time.
By the Court.
THOMAS FARLEY, Clerk.
ALLEGFIZST County, 2.11:4
I, Thomas Farley. Cleric of the Court or
Quarter Sessions of saidcounty, do certify
L. S I the fore Boin' to be a correct copy of the or
der. of Court.
Witness my hand sad the seal of said Comm at
Pittsburgh, this 29th day ofNovanchar. A D 1943.
430 THOMAS FARLEY, Clerk.
F OR SALE--A lot of Ground on sth street. (be
tween Wood & Smithfield Pts eel )30 feet front
by 120 feet deep, on which is erected 5 tenements and
stores; rents for $4ll per annum. This property teen
inducements to Capitalists, it is in a business part of
the City and on the leading street to the New Court
House, dtc., it will be disposed of a bargain.
Apply at BLAKELY & MITCHELL'S
Real Estate Offices, Smithfield st. and
d 5 Pena Street, (sth Wand.)
F OR SALE—Two acres of Ground. fronting on
the Sandy & Beaver Canal, and adjoining the
thriving town of Hanover, Columbiana County, Ohio.
This property would be exchangeti for property in
Pittsburgh, or for Pittsburgh manufactured articles.
Apply at the Real Estate Offices of
BLAKELY & MITCHELL,
Smithfield street near sth, and Penn street
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d 5 (511 Ward.)
OR
SALE—Six acres of Ground (on which is
1: erected a Ropo Walk, &e..) adjoisiag the Town
of East Liverpool, Ohio. Apply to
BLAKELY & MITCHELL,
Smith6rld Street near st h , and Penn its.
d 5
(sth Ward.)
ange Broker, No. 46,
ird streets, Pittsburg
t Bank cows, bought
tern Chill!, for sale.
TO LET.
fltA TWO STORY brick house, suitable Cur a
dwelling and Grocery, situate on the carnal
of Fifth and Union streets. Possession given imrnecti
ately. Enquire of
ell.
JAMES MAY.
Pittsburgh, Pa
Dow York Dyer.
O SEF. HIMES. would respectfully inform his friends
and the public in general, that he dyes Lathes'
dresses, Habits and Mantels of every description, black;
and warrants them not to smut, and to look equal to new
goods. He dyes fancy colors ofall descriptions of silk
and carpet yarn. Also, cleans and restores the colors of
gentlemen's clothing, so as to resemble new goods.
Mr. H. flamers himself that he can please the public,
as be 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.
Philadelphia
CERTIFICATE.
rp-This is to certify that OSEE HINIES has done
work for us, which has fully answered our expec
cations, and wo consider him a competent dyer.
S. Hemphill, Andrww. Purdy.
Wm. Barnes, W. B. Boies
3. B. Shurt/eff, Wm. Porter,
David Hall. H. H. Smith,
B. F. Mann. Henry Javens
David Boies A. Shockey, jr.
Joseph Freneh, jr., Joseph Vera,
George Barnes.
Lippinco tt ans.
rrl HE subscriber having purchased and thownzghly
1 repa i red these MILLS, it now manufacturing,
and kill keep constantly on 'hese, a full supply of all
the different kinds of Nails, Spikes and Stades, ete.—
made from the best quality of Juniata Blooms, and as
soon as the necessary additions can be made to the
machinery. he will manneeeture . esery 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 Mils in the Fifth Ward. will be
plemptly attended to, JAMES ANDERSON.
sap 29-3 on
JOHN LE FEVER'S
New & Cheap Stock Irtablislaseat,
NO 61, DIAMOND ALLEY
BETWEEN WOOD AND DARYNT 6 TRU:3
T WOULD most respectfu ll y announce to the citizen.
J. of Pittsburgh and the country tenerally, that I have
commenced the manufacture of STOCKS, ofeTery va
riety: form and description, and would solicitmenshatits
and other to call and examine for themselves, Is I am
determined to sell on the matt accommodating termt
for cub, and hope, by strict attention to basintes, to
merit a share of public patronage. auE. 19-6 m.
IYm.PIACOCE. M. BLISS.
PEACIOCZ at BLEW,
GREAT WESTERN, PLAIN AND FANCY
Glass Cutting Xlstalilishsairat,
SMITHFIELD STREET,
VEIT DOOR TO TIE TERTZRANCE H 4)
W HERE all kinds of cut, plain and pressed elan
of all descriptions, ran be purchased at 'Bryn%
sonable prices. together with a great earietroriplendid
cut glass, window lights fur steamboats, private houses
and churches. Also, window glass, a superior Ami
de, wholesale and retail.
Parsons wanting any of the AWN* =Wes will de
well to tall and examine for themselves, beton paths
sin, elsewhere.
on lxsnd. B. Watch sod Time piece Gleam always
n 25-3773.
for Sale
Vahiabls Lana ter Las at iiitargaist.
very Cheap fot Cash!
A TRACT consisting of one hundred and forty-tia
acres of timber land, situated immediately on
the Ohio river, in the State of Indiarta t between
mai and Louisville, a suitable location to establish a
very profitable WOOD YARD—a great majority of
the timber being beech and poplar. It is a well known
fact that cordwood of this kind is always bought in pre
fttr.zce to any other by steam boats. There is no point
on the Ohio river where good wood will bring a better
price. In addition to this, there is no part of the west
em rivers navigated by so =may steamers—and hence
the great demand for good cordwood. It is obvious
that this land is more valuable on account of the tim
ber, as the clearing of less than onehalf will more than
pay the original cost of the land. The poplar logs can
be very advantageously rafted to Louisville, where
they have always brought a good price, and are much
used for building purposes. The soil is remarkably
rich--and when cleared of its valuable timber, will suit
in every respect for all kinds of farming purposes. The
produce of the farm, by water, is within a half of a
day's reach of two of the finest markets in the western
country, namely, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Any person wishing to make a safe and productive
investment, would do well to purchase the above de
scribed property.
For further particulars, please apply soon to the
Wesums Reel Estate Agenciof
GOLF
adjoining tracts of e Aual
size, that may be bought cheep for cash.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
18 ACRES of good land. within two miles of Man
Chester, will he sold for cash; a great bargain.
Apply at Egolf &Foster's Real Estate office, next
door to the Post Office, Third at. nos 30
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. F9r
Further particulars apply to P. McGARR,
n2O-Im. 149 Liberty streets.
LEASE FOR SALE.
T HE unexpired term of a Lease on part of lot No.
20, situated in the Diamond, Allegheny city,
south side. Haying a frame house 22 by 26 on a lot
22 by 90, haring ten year.' to run; will be sold a bar.
gain. Apply at EGOLT & FOSTZR real estate agents
next door to the Post office.
Building Lela in Birmingham
13 LOTS, suitable for building triost,_eligibly sit
uated, and within two 4 ites' walk of the
steassferry boat loading, wilt) t Id at prices to suit
the times. The terms of payme . win be made easy,
either for cash or such barter as ..:an be made available.
Apply to the subscribers in Birmingham, or Mr. P.
Peterson, No. 4, Ferry street, Pittsburgh.
juno 1. JAS. PATTERSON, jr.
riOR SALE-4 cnntiginas lota of Ground, contain
ing 60 feet front on Locust street. and 60 feet on
Pine at., by 120 feet deep, (sth Ward) on which
a re erected 7 teneinents,nrningist present for $336 per
annum. Buildings new. title warranted and clear of
ineumbranee. Apply at
BLAKELY & MI TCHEL'S
Real Estate Office, Smithfield street and
d 5 Penn streets. (sth Ward.)
.
Bann ana
Co&luceutto DA/LT MY
A. SMAIPIL MlCCUallani • =MOW
Oolisslt 0 vrom Aar) MID AM.
Mercian!: and Alirourfacturers' Scrip
Exclumge Bank Scrip I k
Currency
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Erie Ewa Scrip ...2721/
EXCILA-NGEr-AT
0* Ailadelpki* .
New Yo?k
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Boston .
Balt; mar
PENNSYLVANLL -PITTSB URGR.
Bank of Pittsburg/I par
Merchants and Manufacturers' bank .• .par
Exchange
Do. Halliday:burgh
PHILADELPHIA.
Bank of North America
Do Northam Liberties ...
Do Pennsylvania . _...par
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania p ar
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank
Kensington bank
Pio
Manufactures-sand Mechanics' ... par
Mechanics' " -
Mayotte's:big
Par
Philadelphia bank
Par
Schuylkill "
Sent "
pm
Western ,
Bank of Penn Township
Girard bank
16
U. S. bank and branches 36
COUNTRY BANKS.
Bank of Germantown...-.
" Chester eannty
" Delaware coventy
" Montgomery calmly.—
" Nartkumberkrnd........
Farmers' bunk of Bucks county.. ..
Easton bank ...
geztz i town bank
n bank of Washington
Bank of Charaberthurgh....
" Middletown _
" Gettysburgh.
" Lewistown
•
" Sissynehanna county....
Berkseownly bank 75
Coiambia Bank and Bridge Company 14
Carliste bank
- • 24
Erie Mask
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Farmers and Drovers' bank
24
" Bank of Lancaster 14
" Bank of Reading
Harrisburg bank
Honesdale " 2
Lancaster "
Lancaster co. "
.14
Lebanon " 21
Miners' bank of Pottsville. ...... . —•—.. • .2
Monongahela bank of Brownsville 1
New Hope and Delaware Bridge cempany 3
Northampton bank
.... no sale
Towanda bank
Wyoming bank
West Branch. bank ...
York bank....
OHIO.
Belmont bank of St. Clairseille
Clinton bank of Coluir_bus
Columbiana bank of New Lisbon....
Circleville (Laurreitee, cashier) ....
( Warren, cashier). -
Cill einn rti banks
Chillicothe bank
Commercial bank .f Lake Erie
Dayton bank ......
1 Praxklin bank of Columbus
Farmers' and Mechanics' bank- of SteubenviDe .1
Farmers' bank of Canton 40
Geanga
Gralasille
Hamilton
Lancaster
Marietta
Massillon ....... . • .
Mechanics' and 'Traders'.Cin Cinnagi
Mount Pleasant
Norwalk
Putnam-.
Sandusky..
Scioto.
ITrArsous .
Wooster
Xeßia ..
Zanesville,
INDIANA.
State bash wed bralseAes
State Scrip l
• - - 20
KENTUCia
All beaks
ILLINOIS.
State bank
Bank of II&soil, Skawneetolon
VIRGINIA.
iknek of tie Valley of Virginia 1
Bank of Virginia 1
ExeLregr berme of Virginia... .. .... • • • .
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Farmers' bank of Virginia .. 1
Nora- . ..
Western bask of Virginia — . . 1
Brant liferekenste and Meekateiei banbank of /
A 55......
MARYLAND.
Baltimore City banks
All taker oelvest banks.. —.—
NORTH CAROLINA-.
All solveitt banks..
SOUTH CAROLINA .
Allselrent hawks
GEORGIA
Allaalsong batat ...
ALALAX4
Mobile lava s.. ..
Country bawler..
LOUISIANA.
New Oricam banks ( geed).- .
TENNESSEE.
All basks ...,... ..
BOON AND JOB
PRINTING OFFICE,
IC W. CORNER or WOOD & FITTR ITC
The proprietors of the Alonsritto Posr and bfra-
CeRT AND MA NUT ACT . CRER respectfully inform their
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they have
a large and well chosen assortmen t of
ear4lllolllllllll 711r1110_111P031E0.
agiV (temaa ataztttaamada
Necessary to a Job Printing Office, and th,v&i . ey are
prepared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING ,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Books, BilLs of Lading, I Circulars,
Pamphlets, Bill Heads, •
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Handbills, Blank Cheeks, His'atips,
all itinbs of inauks,
Stags, Steamboat sad Canal Boat Bilk vita
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propriate cuts, .'•
rimed on the shortest make and tam reasonable i
011112111.
We respectfully ask the patronage of our friends asd 1
the public in general iii tins branch of our business.
Jal7 31, 1843. PHILLIPS Sr. SMITH. - 1
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W
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a sta v
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tiv con'headn'd: n a d fu7l il s j un h ply of P rintingl ep e ak.
in large and smell key, which we 1611 be_nblet to sell" I . i .
clasper than it has heretofore been sold is *loony.
Oaderatreten the country accompanied Writer epeltit
(to cu. cAsse) will he pronewele attenikata k .
Pari..Lxibs & EMITS,
001 10-If Offtce of the Poet and Mannhcrotor.
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