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PITTSBURGH BOA RD OF TRADE.
00XXITTILE FOR DECEMBER.
Eichl,:vrn —F. L'lnVa7.—Robort Bell
Au - Errs:qv Bistx.—The magniacent project for
tweiej Pittsburgh, and taking from her the receiving
tad frowarding trade of the Canal, by constructing a
Steam Bunt Harbor and Canal, threo quarters of a mile'
in length an:l 300 feet broad! in the city of Allegheny,
I. likelyto end in smoke, after all that has been said
eboutit. The Costici:s Lave agreed to disagree on the
matter, and Vie whsle alTair is postponed until after the
election ofianuary. The Cammon Conucil is is favor,
and the Selezt Csaneila;sin the project—or rather
opposed to the haste which is msnifested in pushing it
ahead. Four members of the Select will be elected
in January, and should they be favorable to the measure
msy be agitated again. Who cares
Justice I 5 m e N Johnson J4tn R
Johnson Mi. , s Mary Johnson Ira Martha Ann
Johneen Rufus P Jones John 2
Johnson Miss CathrineP Jones Mrs Sarah
Johnson Charles Jones J
Johnson Ralph Jones Miss Aun
Navtoe - rroN.—Our Rivers are again booming high, Klinefelter Mrs Marykink er lso ly n Mr
and the weather is soft and mild. The Ice has entice-
ly disappeared, and no obstruction to navigation now King Wm
toxins." There is not however a great deal doing, as ' Knight Joseph
Kunkle Mrs Mary
this is Vie period when business slacks, and gives 1
tatercbants and boatmen a chance to brush up fur the ! r _ i _,. s,
/..a. n_. atatthew List George
Lanier Lieu, E
Lawrence Malinda Little Mt, 00.:rgetta M
SAMUEL Mohrtwa, the Indian who has keen on ; Larkin James Lightfoot Thomas
Layton John 2
Ida trial at Butler fin the murder of the Wigton fami- ' Livingston Joseph
Littlest,: John Loyd Itlisi Sarah
4 last summer has, we understand, been found "gull-
Leonard Sarni Ltlik Miss Margt
i) of murder in the first dagree."
Leonard Miss Elizabeth RLusk Huth
Lee Isabella Lowry Robt
UNIVERSITY LEcTIMES.—The subject this evening ! Lee James M 2 Lytle Henry 2
f ull ,
I L .,e e x o r n i a , r E d a J wln h n
is a very attractive one, and should command a Loufmati Leon
Levake Mns Eleanor S Lonr George
Loeper Bartrnm G Pomas John
ItrThe amount of products from the West which
passed through Buffalo the present year, is estimated Malone John M Miller Alexr
, . 1M atthewsWin Mitchell Mrs Eliza Jane
' 1 blanks Peter Mraild James
Mahorney Sarah B Moms S R 2
Martin Robt Morgan J T
' !firth' John Morris Thomas 2
. :11artin .fostTh Moore W D
'Merryman Preclerick Morrisnn Stephen R
FORA CHEAP AND GOOD FARM &r:, FOR SALE. :II elianey Hen re M Erni ny Joseph
SALE, a good, well improved farm of Eli Messick' Miss Elizabeth Murphy M& Co
1 acres, lying nn the Northern Turnpike, 14/ Merwin M T Murphy Mrs Mary
miles from Pittsburgh, and it has bi..en occupied Ili a A4,4li n E
tavern stand. There is 60 acres improved and under Media James orr
good cultivation. A good two and ...t halt story sr ooe Meili u st,,, n E My Wm
house, 231 be 24i rim , a go i i fr A ,ri
.! h.trn; good springs Murrill Mrs Sarah Mills Jolla
of water sad good family orchard on it. This proper-
ty will bet still low for a part d ran and the balls:ice in MeCollit=re r Jacob McClur g A
three aannol Fivtnent.s. If n o : ao`d in ram month., McColli.;ter Sarah Miss McClelland A H
it will bin ranted fora year and sod as 1.10 , 1 as possil:le McCartney James Maguire Jano Miss
Fug. terms &i..., please apolv at Harris' Agency and McClurkan Sarni
,Intelligence 0 s:a. Nu 9 sth street. dec. 19. MeClay Thomas McSltre Wiley Capt
lr_:..__• McCarty Car he :McFadden Cl Davis
.IST OF LETTERS remaining hi the Post or. McCarty Wm
free Pittsburgh, December 4.5, 1843. McClur 4 Saml Magill It
Parsons cal:ing fir letters on this list, willplease McCready Robs McFadden John
sly they are advertised.
McCowan Wm L
.Maaill Rohr B
J McCracken Saml Mclntmh Mathew
McDermott Jas H Mcllrov Archd
McConahv John 111rICee John
Macomb Robert McKee Thomas
McCready Jai D
McCurdy John N AfcG:attglilin Elizabeth
MeClurt; IVm McClain John
' McLaren Jnhn McMillan ,lane Miss
McLean G C McMahan James
11cQuire John McKenna Margt
MARTIS BRIMMEII (whiE) has been clected Mayor
Abbott Miss Mary Astley Joseph
Ackley Hunry All John
Adams Miss Anne E AnJerson Geo
Al ward John E Armstrong Miss Elizabeth
Allen Miss Mary Armstrong Daniel
Allen Mrs Elects Armstrong James
A4h• - •rger Jacob Armstrong Miatt Ann
Anshiztz 0 K Armstking Miss Eliza
Anew Jambs Andrews Wm
Bailey John P aseler David
Birnbriek Franei. Blundell Miss M A
Bailey John & Martha Bishop 'Wrri
Bailey & lioagh Blood Sam!
Bailey James F L"hirie Cleo S
Bailey Harris Bligh Dales Z
Bahlley Jacob Biddle Washington
Bitumen Fre& Blenkinert Wm
Barns Black Miss M A
Barnes il J Black Samuel
Belt - Wm C Bowman Joseph
Beers Maria Boyle Hugh
Beverly C E F Bond Benjamin
Beebe Edward H Burrs Sam!
Benson Joon , Boyle C& S
Bennat John Bowman Miss Ann
Bowen Jesia. Bryant Wm
Brown Thos F Budd J A 2
Brown Wm Bnrus Robt
Brown Matthew Buries Lewis
Brown Miss Catherine Borger Wm
Brown A A Burtt Wm
Brawn Rev George Bourke James
Browh Mrs Mnrgt M Burns B
Brigham David T Brundfoot David
Brigham Miss Catherine Brauff Levima
Brophy Dlunia Bruner .Tzteob
Biiscoe Elizabeth Brauff Was
Brindle Aaron 2
Calicoo Wm C Clat.i.lgo Cvro
Care• Miss Mary Clarke Rubinson
Callaghan Mrs June Cochran J B.
Call Jeremiah Collins James
Case -Emamml Cook Mrs Mary Ann
Callaghan Neal Cook J li
Call Catherine Cook John
CIt.MIC James Cogswell Win
Caldwell Joseph Cherry Martin
Campbell D Clinton Joseph
Cheny John " Clafrev John
Chickering Miss .Tulia A Chamgicrinin Job
Chadwick Samuel Cragg Thomas
Cole Abraham Cromline Monis
Cole Sidney Critenton L S
-Collins David Crawford Robt
Conner Rebecca Craig Benj
Condit David S 2 Curry D M
Conner Dsvid 2 Cunningham John S
Cow/1y Alexr Cunningham Jesse
Creighton Elizabeth Cromwell Miss Laut a
Dale Michael G
Davis David T
D Ms Mary
Delnny Mrs Sumn
Devine Miis Margt
114 6. Dikman James
Ekin Rev John
Edriugtoa E G 2
Fairfield M B Mrs
Filbert H Mr&
Fearns N W 2
Fi iber D rid
Fleming' Hiary .
Foster Goa W
Gmtsten Simnel Grace Sarah Ann
Ganari Jcian H Grant Hcnry
7 Gel F•ron Patrick Grant Felix
Gitforti Mr Graham Benjamin
Filmare H D Graham Sarah
Gilmriee Eliza Miss Graham Elenor
G ',Ward A S Gray James
G Airing Catherine Miss Gray Ralph
G inericy Wim Green Jacob
Grace Debon Rev 3 Gribble J B
Hall Miss Margaret Hayas John F
Hall Mr 0 A : Herron Samuel ES
Hall Mrs Ann I. ll lll‘ ra ' Highberger Simon
HaasJaw*: Hill J B M
. 7 "-- .P ., ibmios MiN Eansbeth,
_ ... • _
ESDAY bIORNING, DECENII3}3R 19, 1893
Dorsey Henry W
Drip 3 Thema'
Dufl'Nliss Sarah E
EngliAh Mks Sidney
Fiver: Mid Catherine
Ewing Rev G
Foster & Elder
Fra...irr D N Cain
Futtoa Samuel Rev
- Harmin John
Hardy Henry P
Hirt Mrs Mary Ann
Harbour Theodore F
Haase Isaac 2
Irwin J H
Keller MIP3 Mary A
Keenan W m H
Kemp W m
' Kelly J F
! Kerr G A
Neel John Col
Nobln Ann Mns
°Neil M Mrs
album Bnrzelia hi
O'Donova n Cutha .Miss
Page John E M,s
Pattnrson J J
Patterson Margt Mrs
Pepernees J H
Rhine John 4 Reed Amelia Miss
S Rain(, I Ri, hard•on Hugh
I Ray Thomas Rice Edward I'
Rathbun Thomas R Rollins A M
Ramphus Miss 11 ,, wland Margt A
Ramsay S S Robison Harvey
Rhea Lottery Mr Robison J J
Ragan Wm Ross Peter
Reece Wm Rogers Ichn
Renter B Russell John
Reisinger Leaflets Miss Rule Caroline srs
Reels Thomas Reed Wm
Reid James 2 Reed Nancy Mrs
Sanderson John Snowden Mr
Savage Thomas Snowden .1 M jr
Sayer Henry Spratt Rebt .
Scott Albert 2 Sotton M S 2
IScott John Stetler Abner
Scott Thos Stevens B
Scott 0 Col Stewart Wm
Schrimler Mary Ann Stewart Jefferson b
Scheer Mary Ann Mrs Stewart Andrew J
Seawright .Tohn Stewart David
Service Wm L
Shakers Sarah Miss Stewart Wm A
Sherman Mary An Miss Stevenson Francis
Sides Mary Miss Strawherg P
Simons T A Strickland IS'm
Smith John ft Shibhhhi no Zelina
Slater Thomas Still Mary Mrs
Smith Levi R Stoner Geo \V
Smith Ezekiel Sunderberg Sam 2
Smith Charles Swift Wm
Smith George C - Smith Sarah Ann
Smith H & son Smith Margt Mrs .
Smith James A Spears Alexander
Smith Catharine Miss
Taylor Itobt A
Thompson W T
Thompson Margt Mrs
Thomas David 3
Venzie John H
Wallace, G W
Williams Phili p
Wilson John J
Wilson Wm E
Vales C J
S B Colombians
Hounon M. Harriet A
Hovey L F
Hunter Miss Harriet
Holtz Miss Ellen
Irwin Alex r
/ill -ester Caleb
Oakley T P
Owens J I'
Phipps .Tarnts M
Farrell John 2
Tuff's David D 2
Turhh F SY
Volz Chas L
Wren Liana! W
Whirl er Colley
Wood Enii:y R
Wo:msley Mary Mrs 2
Wrizht A H Rev
Wright Wm &G
Wing Robt D
"Facts far the Ilsoplaw
Travellers should •select Boats provided with
Evan's Safety Guards for preventing Explosion of
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 of procuring the above appara
tus. And that every individual making' such selec
tions is contributing towards a general introduntion of
an invention admitted by all rneu tyho understand the
principles of the Steam EnAirre, to be a ;Lite preventa
tive against those dreadful disasters: You have cer
tainly, in the hundredi of explosion s that have already
taken place, ) their almost daily occurrence, and the
thousands of lives that have aheady been lost, a suffi
cient warning, and inducement to make inquiry for a
Safety guard Boat, and in every case to give it the
preference. They have went to an additional expense
that your lives may be secure. Ought you not therefore
to meet them with a correspondin g degree of liberality,
end by your preference show that you appreciate their
laudaide endeavors to stop this awful sacrifice of hu
man life. They do not charge more than other boats;
their accommodation s in other respects are equal, and
in many cases superior; and as there is one leaving
Pittsburgh every day, why will you run any risk, when
it is so completely in your own power to avoid these dis-
Al! boats marked thus [ O 3 in the List of Arrivals and
Departures, in another part of this paper, are supplied
with the Safety Guard.
List of Boats provided seta the Safety Griord.
ALPS, LADY OP LYONS,
BOSTON. MARIE TTA,
R R I L I T , N I . ,
E .1.4 7 7 i,
BRIDGEWATER, 111 Us ELS' G r:'.ll VAL . Y.
CADDO, MISSOURI MAIL,
CHARLESTON, MUNGO PARK,
CANTON, M 0 N T 6' OM E R Y ,
CUTTER, NORTH BEND,
CECELIA, NEP T UN E ,
CASPIAN, NAR AGA NSETT,
CLIPPER. NIA G ARA,
COLUMBUS. OSI , RE .}-,
CLEVELAND, ORPHAN BOY,
COLUMBIANA, 01110 MAIL,
DUKE or ORLEANS, OLIVE iBRANCH,
E M A! A. PANAMA,
ED WIN If IC KMA N, Q I , EEN .!f Pi e S OUTH,
EL DORADO, . I? 0 IV EN A ,
E VT' LEVE, RARITAN.
EXPRESS M.,41L, .SARAH ANN,
FO VI OS A , sipA7'OGA.
FORT PITT, SAVANNA.
GALENA. ST. CHARLES,
GENL BROOK. ST. LOTUS,
IDA, TOBACCO PLANT,
/NDLIN QUEEN, VIC TR. Ess.
ILLINOIS, VALLEY FORGE,
J. fir. BILLS, VIOLA.
jE IV ESS , IVES T 11"/ ND.
JAMES ROSS, WING AND WING,
Brilliant CarosrandUaprecedented Success
TfIREV. Br; DOORS!
T hIE proprietor Gf thi= wt..l known ar.d hi;:hly fa
rorod eglabliThrrrllnt taknq great pleioure in in
forming his 1.-tench az.d th, public at lar;e that he has
EIUW prepared :v his
SPLENDID SALES ROOM,
THE MOS7' MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
I - I'LVTE le CLOTHING
Ever off. led h r ,de i n this cite.
CLOTHS, CASSIMEiI PI LOT AND BEAVER
cLunis. ( - 7 kCHNTELIE. S %TIN AND
CANNOT DE EQUALLED.
All or which nun hr inaiod'icitinni into clothing to cr.-
der, and made in a. good sty:-. and a. ra-tile and lash
' ionably designed he at any orhyr
IN UNITED STATES.
IT IS TV.ELL KNOWN 7'l/AT HIS PRICES
ARE LOIVER THAN ANY OTH
ER HOUSE IN THE CITY,
And at no place west of th unit aim; can purchaser s
find such a. variety of good,: brow which to select as at 1
THREE BIG DOORS
In addition to hii unrivalled stock of clothing, he
has a magnificent ii: , firtment of
HANDKERCHIEFS. SCARFS. GLOVES,
SUSPENDERS, &e, &e.
The motto of the "Three Big Door:" is
" Q NICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS,"
And in followinz colt thi3:vg•tem he reek eon
! fidentthathi: eit , tonii.rs Ind iiimself
ARE MUTUALLY I3E \'EFITED.
TIE WOULD IN VITE
THE MAN OF FASHION. TUT: PROFES-!
SIO_VAL GE % TEEM AN, THE MER
CHANT, FARMER. MECHANIC
ANL) IVOR K INGMAN
To :all and examine ('r ihi , mselves at
TUE THREE DIG DOORS,
No. 151. Liberty strtet.
AND THEY MUST BE SATISFIED.
r i p OBS ER VE METAL PLATE IN THE
PA V EMEN T.
na JOHN M'CLOSKEY.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale by W-M. THORN,
No. 53, Market street,
500 lbs. pure palm soap in the bar,
600 " " " " in casks,
100 " variegated soap,
50 " white Castile, (only lot in -market)
100. " almond soap, in # lb. casks,
50 doz. shaving soap,
10 " Glenn's rose spermacetti soap, for chapped
hands and forsoftening the skin.
The subscriber has on hand a larger assortment of
the above articles, than any other establishment in this
city, and is also receiving a large Foipply of fresh drug+,
M.11 . 1010i,
oct 7 No. 53, Market street.
T EAS.—Received oneon..ignment,
12Chests Young Hyson Tee,
4 " Bind: Tea,
44 " Imperial,
5 " Gunpowder. by - • '
J. G. & A, GORDON,
12 Water street
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED proposals will be received at the cffice of
rho Monongahela Naciption Company, nearly
opposite the Post Office, until 3 o'clock P Mat Sara:-
day, the 23d December next, for boili4ina Locks and
Darns Nos 3 and 4, and for repairing Dams Nos 1 and
2; also, for building Cour Brick Lock Houses. Pay
ments will he made monthly its specie fund.i.
Plans and specifications will be exhibited a die of
-600 one week priinvionsto the lettinr.
J K MOORHEAD,
- d 4-1
John D. Davi,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCI-Pt,
Corner of Wood and sfk sta., l'ittabargA,
TS ready to receive !mere/Ili:If:lima eteery description
1 on consignment, for public or private sale, and
from long experience in the above business, flatters
himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction
to all who may favor.hitil with their patronage.
Resrular sales on Moarn• V 5 and Tnotisn a r s, of Dry
Goods and faney articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of Groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured articles,new
and second band furniture, &c., at 2 o'clock, P. M. i
Sales every evening, at early gas light. aug 12—y
DRY GOODS AND FURNITURE AT AUCTION I
W ILL be sold et brivi.' Commercial Auction
Rooms, corner ot Wood and sth streets, tremor-
row, Wednesday, Dee. 20. et 10 4lock A. M.,
AT 2 O'CLoca.
Furniture. BPCI4IPIIda, Tables, Chairs,Car
peting, Bummer, Stoves, &c. J D DAVIS,
(119 J . D.
ASSIGNEES' SA LF: OF DRY GOODS.--
W ILL be sold at Davis' Commercial Auction
Rooms, corner of sth and Wood street, on Mon
day nest, Dee 18. at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon will
be sold by order of 'the Assignees of A rmel & Munn.
on account of former purehn3ers, the following Lot of
Dry Goods sold et la-t week's sale which are net yet
taken away. They comprise in part: A few rem
nants of Broad Cloths and Cassimeres: Fr"nrh and
Enelish Merinos: Alpacces; %lon s de lains: Bleached
and Brown Mwslins; Shawls. Hdhf., Calicoes,Flannels
St.c. D. LLOYD & CO., Att.l&rnees.
J. D. DAVIS,
raP At 2 o'clnck P. 'Furniture , Cooking
Stoves, Round do., Glessware, Sc.
5 BALES 13CW TIM M in o
gruff. and for sale by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS &Co.
4'3 Wood ft .
11 EA It SKlNS,(lrei•ted uticl izaclre6setl, 31,4 t r,:etv
_EP ed and for sale by A. I3EELEN.
25 SACKS Fe.lrhor ho.
Nit rec'd nrvi for sa!e
UFFA LO ROB ES.- —Rereireci by Cicero, a frePh
D and fu:l s)l y of oil .izei of Roke4. A rplv to
U UFFALO ROBES by,ina; e robe or bnlr.fnreale
9 Hfi DS. N. 0. SUG7FT.Tt7 -7------- ,: t rerr,...ed nnrl for
s tie by J. G. & A GORDON.
71RP.STI CHF:MM.-ILS. 3.:.^,—R.-1 rr , ein. Pi 'l,
ilvdraq, S:rvch.iii, Venitra, 0v.i,1,. M.-nuth,
ut Th.. DrojSnre of JON. KIDD.
Daguerreotype Miniature Portraits,—
Alike corner of Markt' and sth sit.
Trip: Ivit!ri ryi , st reapectfoily inform the
n, n of rittAiiir xm ;rid
cinity, tint they opened rinuo, at the id,ov e men
plzt,r, ovi.r .tore
1,,d ore now pre pared t•il.e MaLL'yo d Cuo
nitire, bi . aLilo: net, in a y Ir. h.-ret.il'ore iinsiirpa“ca. 13 . 1 the
combinitii,m of a :Ind riowerfol itpparittus, and an
entireiy new mode of operative. they nre ennb!tql to
pri.a n e e pictures of n accuracy and beauty.
combining entire d ity of impression, clear and
distinct expre , .inn, pert, cr delineation, and last, tho'
not lent. the col -tr of the face nna dress. The color-
, ing of Photrue,rnphie Pictore., form: it new era i n the !
art. it: it ennhlea unto combine with arcu.ney of nature 1
the ;vivant:l . 2r, of art. The under:iznea an not wish,nor is it their intention to ri. , ceive the public byprowl
sea. which they cannot fulfil, fur they [impend sol p ely on
CA - , character of their picture,. for parr - irate. CitiZens
and stranger., one and all, ore invited to call and ex
oral :e , pecimens.'
N B.—Complete sets Of the'improved pnterst op
p"tra!us furnished nn the ours/ refssn , : nsle terms.—
Plaice Coe,,, fnamer. rhemieo's. and ever,l thing
connected with the businegs, of the le , lrest reNh
J M EMERSON & CO.
J OT'S ( formedy of this vitv).—A fresh
Supply of hi: nimur,roiro of Craclter.i. voriati s
kind:, reccivrd this. day from Stint 7,nuis , rind for salo
by rrid,n r you id, at SEF.TIN'S, in the Diamond.
WINTER DRY GOODS.
T& .JOSE WODD S 9), STREET,
ARE 1 , 11.2 , 4 grOd^ f
WI:11Pr ithin the lait month.
rash. embracinz nearly every article desirable for
the t SON at a very $liZEIt ad
vance, for rasi, par money only. Cali and see.
.)1 BALES CUBA LEAF TOBACCO, this day
kJ received, and for sale by
UST RECEI VI:D. 30 61,1 s best Cn•nw•ood,
nt the drub 'store (,f JUN. K I DI),
n 23 comer Sth and Wn , ,(l streets.
DEFT' NEW :kIFT!IOD Oh DOUBIA.
IfIl• ACtl.l.l/11:l. :I,lzl Merchants
in the city of New York, to lie the greatest improvement
made in the , rien.-0 in modern time.:. Th principal
and auxi!iary bunk: being vn coma cued an t prove the
correctors; of each to her; anti the prncess in An much
shortened. !hat the merehandkr and rash accounts,
which! v the old Italian method, nommimen nearly
half fill the Leger, by the new method, require mils one
line each far twelve rno4lss. Persons surdyin¢ book
keeping by thin method will folly undermand any of
the old method+. STEANIBO kr BOOKKEEPING tnnzht
upon the same prinei pie.. Mercantile and Ormiroent
ef PP.NMANSfI IP and Mercantile arithmetic taught upon
Mr well known effective principleA. A seperate
apartment for Ladies nod pernons desiring private in
struction. ROOMA, corner of Fifth and Market stn.
CUEAP PLACE FOR CASEt,
SIGN OF THE GILT COMB.
No. 103, :Market Street. near Liberty.
CHRISTMAS IN!) NEW-YEAR'S PRESENTS.
T HE subscriber respectfully inform, hi, •flti+
and the plibiic trerietally. that he has on hand,.
and will receive in a few days, a large and splendid
nsiertrnent of top and Eincy articles, suitable for the
holidays, which will be sold xvhule,ile and retail, at
reduced prices. Persons who wish to I),iy ch..ap will
please call at the sign of the gilt comb, No. 108, Mar
ket street, and they wid not be disappointed
PITTSBURGH N IVIGATION AND FIRE IN
A N electionfor nine Directors of this Company, to
erne f o the enittia; yettr, be held tet their
office, No 3", Market gcreet. l'iltehurt.;h. on Monday,
thel.tt day ttf Jitortry, 1844. between the hours of II
o'clock, A M. and 2 o'clock, P M.
dlB l trl JAMES S. CRAFT. Srcretary.
Notico to Stockholders:
MONONGAHELA NAVIGATION COMPANY.
THE annual meeting of the Stockho!dor, of the
Monongahela Navigation Company will be he 4
at their office. in the eiti of Pittdhurgh, on M.h.thiy,
the lit of January,-1644, at two o'clock P U.. fur the
election of officers for the enduing year.
J. G. & A. GORDON.
12 IV,ver Areet
D CAWFIELD ha: removed hi 3 marble
. liihrnent to Wood at. oppo.ite lahuestock . .-
Druz Store, where he will keep constantly on hand
Tomb Stone.. Moimmert. r.rc. en 1!)—Ivr
DISSOLUTION OF PA liTlifißSEll
T HE fires .lrrhor, & Pr?.trin been
ed shce rho first of 0 ttrill.r, by mut ad! consent
John Arthur: will sr ttle all rlairr,t against the colcern
and c dlert all debts which have been coutractrd ptc•
%ions to thi: claw. The Engine business will be con
ducted for the future under his own nsmr.
JOHN ART HURS.
d LI —l-n"
BAAths Ak,A ! ! !
MI sorts of clothing and wearing apparel: Please
Nast No. 151, Liberty strest,and ass foryonraeleee.
• ,STANDA.RT, /NORAHAM &
ronvaiiti n i r s a d cantAiesion faarchantit,
A GENTS forthe Morchatu,e-Transportation Com
-Cl. pony conaposednellao frfarchantd Line, Erie
Canal; Washington, Lino. Hunter, Palmer & Co.'s
Lint ofSteam boats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve
land Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. Proprie
tors ache Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal.
Wilkie & Ensworth, No. 9, Coentios Slip, N. Y
ft. Hunter & Co. Albany.
Otis Chaff, Boston.
hunter, Palmer & Co., Buffelo,
M. T. Williams & Dow,
Hon. John M. Allen, Cleveland.
Charles M. Giddings,
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh
ap 1 1843-1 v
Beaver ani Warren Packet •
r 1111 l . . THE canal packet ERIE. J. M.
- Sliaw,nias r will run re rrular tri
weekly packet bet Ween the aliei-e named ports. leaves
Beaver on Mondays, IVednesdays, and Fridays' morn
ing, leaves I Varren on Tu2sdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays; connecting with the Stag-a Lines to Cleveland
direct, For freizht or passage apply on board, or to
J. S. DICKF,Y, Beaver.
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184 3 .
ARP. REDUCED. =-U. S. MAIL LutE OF STAGES
AND RAIL ROAD CARS, from Pittsburgh, t ia Bed
ford, Chamhersburg, Harrisburg and Lancaster, to
Philadelphia, connectinz with the Main train ofcars to
N. Y. &e. Only 150 miles staring and one night out.
Also, the direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia $8- I
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M.
Office 2d door belew the Merchants' Hotel Wood st.
MENDELL. GRAHAM, WAUGH & Co.,
feb 23, 1843-- Iy. Pro rietors.
The Great Central Route
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail
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NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WAsItIX , ITO:II CITY. BALTIMORE, PIIILAD'ELPPIA
AND NEW YORFC.
T HIS line is in full operation and leaves PittsLurgh
daily at G o'clock A. M., via Washington Pa.
and national road to Cumberland, connecting here
with the rail road Co's. to all the above places: Trav
elers will find this a speedy and comfortable route,
it being a separate and distinct Pittsburgh and Cum:
berland line, facilities will be affbrcled which have not
been h-retofolm enjoyed. Extra coaches furnished at
the shortest notice with the privilege of going through ,
direct or taking one nights rest at their option. I FOR SALE.
For tickets, apply at ou r office at the Monongahela; A LOT of ground OD Prosper: Hil, crornri.:-.; or:
L. W. STOCKTON, j CI the Turnpike and two sts.29 foct fr , .z.:l-- 1231
feh 3—dtf. President of N. R. Stage Po. : feet deep, on which is erected a>ror1•:• frame - !.p.f....,.
-------------- -------______: &c.; this property is wen : "-.cr--ii sad weriki Le C.:4."
Regular Packet; for Cincinnati. changed for a firm witlin 2:1 ^.:i!:: ef the cu,..
, Apply to I.3 . ...taiLLY & :` , IITCLIELL, Reai Estate
Building Lot 3 i'll Bizacringtam.. - •
The S‘‘-iftsurc, Rubinson, Master, leaves every .
Tliorsd.ry at 10 o'clock. a. m.
41 LOTS, suitable fu ly.iid;u , ! . : to--t e.l:girly lit
tzated, an . .. , ..., . .._._ •. k ~1 toe
The Cu tter, Colli.ns,Master, leaves every Thursday at : 1-rt "
, steam ferry boat Lan ~ 'i , i ~ r. •,,, i., J , : ~ ,(1 at 1 • • :, ,to 41111`
10 o'cloCk a. m.
. the times. The. tan,' of p...nr e . N.... ,J... 111, L:aq:',
The M intzamery, Bennett, Master, leaves every Sat
, either for cash or such bat-tern: 4'M! La naric ay,Mablr
urrhy at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Express, Parkinson, Master, 1A nlv to the subscriber: ; •irre ;oehor , or N • P
/ear " ever).Suri- . 1 Pr P •ter . son, No. 4 - , Ferry stl...e ," :t;Pitt i s . h ' , Ir;h .. . ' ‘11•-
day at 10 o'clock a. m.
JAS. PATTEB.SON, ir.
JOHN BIRMINGHAM & CO., I j une L .
il zen l4 . I REAL ESTATI: FOR SALL'. . .
United States Wagon and Bail Bead Line. , TIOR SALE—A lot of Ground on Si;; sirct.t. (Le
i 1 twcen Wood & Serithtield sneers.) 30 faet rrune
V- • i ~ - ...
ki , .1 0 _01 •• .
•...146/•••••• i by 120 feet deep, on which it ..reeted 3 to.-nici.ts and
.as stores; n - T.ts fur $4ll per annum. T!.; lir.•,,n;y osiers
indireements to Cripirali , s, it is iir a Lusioesz part of
T• E subscribers have made arransements to for- i
ward goods during the winter to and from Pitts- ,• IthkeliCs.ei:l7.di ' t ' ,:! ' . ; .• l: 2 .,, le d a i .' s i p i: ,l ; f::: ( l- a r • b u ri ) r t o L :,,,
burgh, Phill'ileipiria and Na'o York.
C A McANULTY, F OR SALE—Two neres of (1;,;a:,", fronting.
Canal B.s.ip, Liberty street, Pittsburgh I
tho Sandy & Bearer Canal and ndjoining, the
THOMAS BORBTDGE, Agent, !thriving town of lidorwer, Columbiana Co.m•-. (' air,.
272. Market street, Philadelphia 1 This property would Le r."l:tiant;ed I,r property in
Pittsburgh, or fir r:;::,!.,ar g -11 manurtctured al 'c.e.s.-
i 1 rIOR SALE--Six acres t,t - Gr 0 , 1/.1 On: which is'
_L.' erected it Rope Walk, •Llr.r.) miloining the Town
of East Liverpool, Ci:,T;p. A , n:.. *,,
13LAK.ELY k: NEITCHELL.
Smithlold Street zwnr 3;e, nod Penn 'us,
A LLEN ERA mut, ExchhtTe Broker, No. 46,
.4 - 1 Corner of rf'dbd and Third streets, Pittsburg
Pa. Gold, Silver, and Solvent Bank notes, bought
and sold. Sight checks on the Eastern eitios, for gale.
Malta, notes and bids. collected.
REr : rE Z
11F.LoreziJ. Painter :& Co.,Joseph Wodwall . Jl:esva
Alex. Bronson &Co.
John H Brown &Co.
James M'Candless. }
J. R. m , r ) id
W. H. P o p e , E .na • >
-9, Pree K
LL persons inclobied to the estate of Thomas Cns
silly, late of the city of Pittsburgh, dettes.ed
Are rerviestel to tril'to payment immediately to either
of the uttieriig.trA, ilo:1 all pt , riorti having' claims
atlainit the same, will proient them properly authenti
cated to oithor of rho onri ~r 4izttod for settlement
fi EN EtY M'CUL LOllOll. I'eehle9 Township,
J.l SSILLY, Pit.t. , hurrh,
JAMES KF:LY. Plush web,
JA Mr:S C CCM:MINS. Pitt Township,
BAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY,.
A, Na. 13, Fifth serer:, between Markel and
iVood, and corner of Si. 211 L and Grant btit
I. H. WALKER feel grateful to the
. public for the liberal patronage bestow
ed upon them, and beg leave testate that they are now
manufacturing and have constantly on hand a very su
perior article in Beaver, Russia, Neutria, and every
other description of Hats. Also, it variety ef clotl;,
sealpt t and fur caps; all of which will be sold ra the ve
ry lowest prices. As no part of their manufactute is
d me by machinery, but by the best workmen by hand.
they can recommend With confidence their Hats. ELS be
ing superior nod more durable than those generally of
feted to the public. Merchants and storekeepers can
. .esurisiierl upon equally as hsw!terrns as in the Ear.
ern Markets, I. & H. WALKER.
Freeman's Fire Brick for Sale.
jUST received, 5000 Freeman's best Fire Brick.
1111/ which will hereafter be kept.conitantly on hand
and sold low fur cash, by BIRMINGHAM & CO.
may 27 No. 60 Water of.
Landreth's Garden Seeds
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A fill ripply of Landreth's Garden Seeds always or
hand and fur sale, at his agency, the Druz store of
F. L. SNOWDE
184. Liberty it.. head of Wood
Dprombrr 1. 1E43
A TWO STORY bri..•.k •
home, v , itable for
til -CI. rEve•i:ir.7 ttn,li4,-n-:•r.., ,tuate on th 2 cornet
of Fifth and Union ritre.ts• 1'e,,...c... - .-on gi7en ir. - tried•.!..
ateiy. Enquire of
JA.gIES MAY. •
S EVERAL Farm. in Beaver in Butici c)::aties:
on very rnoi. - iraterent.i, which may be ttriii
Lots to be let, rent rr,,, on improven.ent leases.
Farms and uncleared !REA:. to :lie
Hon JOHN BREDIN, 13 , _11er, or •
EDWARD HOOFS ; New Brig;.wn,
Bear: r cc:Jay.
St. Louim, Mo.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ca:i VEY ANUING,
T HE undersigned, lativi: as•Atiated Cr:cr. - I.:eh es
1 for the trail:action of :teal
Estate, will lioncf E3rtli attend to the d ea:43
a; well ai renting of city and counayf:i.,..
ing rents, &r.
The senior tneri!ter of the firm haN - iligLa'. 4 :
pet ience, and heing eh,nobi.ely s agent of
Real E-tate,thy} h'.;eta rt ceive 'tatere
' public patro , lne. Fur the acconimoad....cu of the pub
lic, there two offices, where e.”; 17:e te
eeivetl; at the Rea: Enate Ar, , e. , 1; of jai -e,
Penn st., sth Ward, and a: the 1:a-,• offic,e
Mitchell. S. W. side of Srnithhehi, (heat a.: t either
which. persons wishing, to hays in. ,,,, ^ien•P of .vri•
ting, legally and neatly exoevreci, • Pr
desirous to purchase or dispo-e cf Rea. •
apply. J. J. Mitchell will tc ::trend to th,
duties ofhis profession,..as heretner..v.
295 LBS. WHITE GUM ARABIC,
150 Lbs. Gum
1300 " Sal Soda.
In store and for sale at the Drug Store of
Corner 4: al.d ?i'.,.1 sts
8 SI4ARES Allegheny E at pri
ti vate sale, by JOHN D
cep 11 Corner of Wood and rfth _• e_zs.
Mr. Panl Therea
T_TA6III hor.or :he pni,:ic tr.o :luring his
r - tiourn
LESSONS IN THE SPANIK-1
LATIN L. I 'SCIL''..,i:S.
From his htviaz rn.Y.e th , .? S: - ..ar.f,:i
505.! ohject ....f I.ii • , !•:..1::. 1 ...1:i. , a res.:-.Jr - -' 04 t • `) ) - ICII
il 1 - 11 ,, tra. alert: I , reu ;31 5.,, ~..,1 `1 7 CI .! '..7 .:: i. , -
quired a fined korm'edze -f the: : ; :ar - •>. : .zv,
and most harrnoul'otts cf : - .17 - .0)..-.. - . •a .. '-. r..!e• , .
Of his competencyti.7 teac.i• i : ,, :;'h .rn , i, C:7l I r no
inuht, frcrn' the fact of hi, ha% ;: 1 -.-- Z'r •"! ..:!era in a
\;ntv.tv i. ?ari 4. ~ v.., . - - - , he h-os ....:::;'. el '-.• `,":1.,-.3 1r
thevean here gratei.. he rr.n prove " . .:',. O. rin-noirr,
-F.T , a , King of France cp.:. by lei - 7.:s fern
of the Navy.
Mr Theveau Car. to xe -n ,r very tia , '• ::1 : .7
M r FickeiAen'a hoc.se,:l.lark.t: ;:....-vi, ht•
• n , - , 1.....
BEAR SKINS, well 4 - Irts6 F. Lia":i - av
suitable article for travellers' trunLsj ' •-•."
, 4ir...Zak , ibitt t-
• Valunbli7 Pk•Opii* POT' $111.114 ,-
HAT splendid Farm Howe by !tee name Of doll
TSocial Hall farm, situated In Derry townsbiii
Westmoreland county, two miles north weist of plait‘
villeoatbelVestern Division of the Pennsylvania
The ram contens two hundied and silty &Urea, tini
dergocd fence. One hundred acres of it c'eared, thse
re at covered with first rate amber . , There are teal
acres ofmead,iw, wirith can be enlarged to .150-if reri.
quired,five acres planted with the choicest fruit truest
There is e meted on the premises a splendid Mansice
HOllB9 of brick, two stori e s hieb i with a wing of qub.ir
17 running hack, bring ,1 4 front by 34 feet deep,
with good vonii:ated cellars. a larg?. hail running thro!
the cectre, folding, doors and fire ea.:l) roomi
also, a sprit E. and wail! hot';ic 80 by 15. and srou!se anti -
bake house 14 by 14, all , rd in the best
marine,: theie is also a :t.:;it building 34 by 24
feet, with a never faiiin e spri :g er r
it, ...hit one of the finest Inrit, in in- western
being 75 foet hug by 41 WI 'le, tie over=
shot and buds, havin. a fine - , ring of Water in 'the in.;
side, alf , irding at all timoq a I fur
r, r furl
pose, a ithgrannries and tc 7 , 77-
dr.r it cmnplete The title i., A:1 let:
ters. post paid ill he rat..! , :.d.-,1 to. d.i...ss and .
quire of Egoils:, Foster, Real 17.,:ate next i:onr
to the Post Wire, Piitshur,;ll, dl3-3t
A EA IL\ 1 fon SALE.
A FARM of 100 ncrek 12 :rile- f-ron Pit.r.4..urc . .- 1:
... on the Frankiin itoad. - I , Ejoicin.. land- of ... :flian.l
Cochran, Esq., svf.i ,oI sold 0..1 fav0,11.,:- •orm s . For
further plrtic....lars apply t 3 P. . I .!criAlf l'.,
.n2O-I.m. _ 199 Liberty streets.
OF VAIATA BLE IU AL ESTATE.
GREEIiBLY to the provisions conutined in the;
will of the late Thornas Cassillv, dernaled, th e
subscribers offer for ;ale the followinst.s..alnab:e
tate, in the city of Pitteil:urgh, • izt—Onet lot of rround
fro: Ling' on Water etreer, near Market street. narf.ad
joing Fianna rod Gordon's .... - areouse. being thirtv-tive
feet front on IVater street, and extending bAck u.. hurt;
dred and silty feet to Front street, on which tl:ere i; c
rafted a'spacio:7; bridk dwell i" . 2 . ^.1"r et. now oc-'
cupied as a public }ionic. by Mr. ohreVarner,anl t
.brick dwel:::,,es with back . ..tn..iing; on
Front street. Also, owl lot fronting on Lfttcrty nrcel
het.ween alley arid St. Cfair street L^inz thirty' .
feet in-front and one h-adrexl end Pr's 01-k to ts
ton :ivy, on whick ere- c• 1 t%so, ti.rse story"
dwellings, with 1:6:1%:.1.;Clit 'jack occo,
pied by Mr. liczn.el as a Cnk:net-Ware r,,orn;
and by Mr. Samuel Linds.2v, o estalAish:
moot. Thin property ....It! - be i.elt! r at :2•accoinJ
rnodating teur.g. Etinlre of MrP. M;:ivp•;-;, Ift
glass ware home corn-r or Markct and 'ater streets;
or to either of the sub;er. , l•ets.
."M'C CI - LOUGH.
JA:IF.S, CASS! y, •
JA . 01:S BLAKELY,
• JAMES C. CU •
dec 8-1 m da wtf [Advocate cop; wtfi
JAM KS 81. AKT. LY.
JOHN J. MITCEL.I.L,