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WEDIU : SDAY 'MORNING, DECEMBER 27
P T•BUHQH BOARD OF TRADE
C0N2111122 TO DECLICBER.
William Eichbaum—F. Lorenz—Robert Bell
%IBM htxrtrries.—The meetings on Saturday
evening were not as well attended as they should
Lave boon. These primary gatherings have an impor
tant infbienota on the interests of tha cirizens, and eve
ry man who d-sires our municipal affairs to be pro
perly managed, should attend, so that he may either
&this approval to prudent measures or oppose oth
ers that would tend tour) injury of the city. The in
difference in regard to the meetings on Saturday even
ing, we believe to have proceeded from an impression
ther4elegazes would be appointed to meet in Conven
tion for the purpose of nominating a party candidate
for Mayor. On this question, n m ijority of the demo
eratithave their minds made up, and as they will not
support a political candidate for the office, they would
'not commit themselves to the m?asitre by taking any
part in the primary proceedings.
The democrats of the fifth ward, took the right view
of the Mayoralty question. After selecting, candidates
'for all the ward offices, they resolved not to appoint
any delegates to the Mayor's Convention, but to leave
the choice of Mayor to the free action of the people,
withoutany dictation from ward meetings or canyon
, time. They are convinced of the impropriety of ma
king that °Mae a matter for party strife, and experi
ence has shcnviehern the impossibility of electing par
ty candidateswho will discharge its duties impartially.
ACtTizEtt CM4DIDATZ is the policy of the democrat
icparty, and tt is the policy titat has always been sup-
ported by the people. We have never known the citi
:ens to support cheerfully a political candidate bro't
out by any party, and from the result of the late ward
imeetinge, we think it is more apparent than ever that
they will not consent to confide the management of our
city affairs to warm political pitrtizans.
COUNTY TREASURER.—We are informed, that yes
terday, ROBERT GLASS. Esq•, County Treasurer elect,
produced the full amount of hail required, and it was
duly approved by the Cornmibsieners. NVe are sin
cerely gratified at thin, ca will be all who supported
Mr. Glass at the late election.
ANSSXATION OF Tars.—The atlymrned meeting
of thecitizens, of all parties, oppog,e,l to the annexa
tion of Touts ; will be held to-day, nt the New Court
House, at 11 o'cluck, A. M. Tit: nia..trn E 4 will be
addressed by 110:1 W. Foßw.sar), a:id other popular
DEcturvrioNs.—We are rev:P.,' to st.ito that
Mr SAmtrL SICCIVT . I7N reqp..ctfu:!y dedineitho norni-
Latiotifor Curnman Council, in the sccond wart
We are r. - noested by Mr Scuppi.tc HART, to state
thntother engagements compel him to dec:ine being a
cundidate for School Director, in the first ward.
Purrsecitoti, Dc.c. ‘/31h, 1843
After can.iideration I havo come to tile determina
tion of tendering to the Dumucri.cy or ward
the withdrawal of my name fru:n berme them cia a
entail:lga fir S>lect Council. The rea3on which
prumpts rrn to di s is not a want or feeling fur the
interest of Pittsburgh, but believing it to he the duty
of the ward to Aeiect so.na whose location
in the district is moire permanent than mine, and
one that is more intim ttely acquainted with the hiA4i
nen and intereAts oC the city. "fiter.fore the commit
tea to fill vacancies wi!i please a .feept my declination
and provide some 0tb..1 name in .)re suitable to fill its
place. After thanking the int - feting fir the kind par
tiality ezprewed rri; .e! , ..e.tion, permit me to so sc. ibe
myself, IOUI3, regpect;illy.
\V B RY ANT.
To Mews R PArrE as , uthers of the
Tha D.ileg.LteLiypoiated ut th • o•veral ward meet
ing 4, hell on Saturday evening, 23i ult.. for the pur
pose of nom::: 'zing a Ddln•rcratic conciliate for the
Meyornlty. tilt mart the kVu•rhin;ton liotei, currier
of Penn and St. Clair streets, on (thirs) IVedneiday,
27th inst., at two o'clock in the afternoon.
THIRD %VALID SCHOOLS
To the Editor of the Aforreing Peet:
DEAD. Ste: On Tuesday, of last week, I attended
the examination of the male department. Mr Isaac
Whittier, principal, in which are taught orthography,'
reading, writing. geography, English grammar, arith
metic, algebra. modern history. natural philosophy,
book-keeping, and declamation: also, vocal music, by
Mr Smith. The pupils acquitted thern+elves in a man
ner highly creditable, showing clearly that they were
under the care of able and finidliA madterd. Their
thorough knowledge of the first principles and ele
ments of each branch in which they were examined,
showed that the superstructure or their education was
based upon a solid foundation. o.i the day following,
I attended the examination of the female department,
Mrs A M Whittier, principal: in which are taught all
the branches above. mentioned, except algebra, book
keeping. and rd:clamation, and also, drawing and nee
dle work. Thu performances of the p.ip:l, of this do
partment were set complete and satisfactory, that even
the uncharitable critic could find no spot or blemish,on
Which to rest his jaundiced eye. Upon the Black
Board. the extraction of the cube root was us readily
and rapidly performed as the simple addition of num
bera. The arrangements classification, and discipline
of these school.; are of the first order, and du great cm
-slit to the skill, judgment, arid perseverance of the
Teachers, who are a credit to the Directors who select
ed them, and to the cause of Common School Educa
I am informed by one of the Directors, that the ex
amination of tip-Infant Schools, on Monday, Mrs H J
Smith, principal, was equally satisfactory. If any
doubt the utility of the Common School System, I ad
vise them to visit these schools, that they may doubt
no longer. Better scholars cannot be produced in any
select schoal, than are in these.
A FRICND TO COMION SciP.Kms
-Pittsburgh, Dec'r :20, 1843.
port of Pittsburg!).
Reported by Sheble and Mitchell, General Steam
Boat Agents. Water street.
- II FEET WATER IN THE CHANNEL
Della, Bowman, Brownsvillo
Belmont, Poe, Wheeling
Alpine, Cockburn, Brownsville,
Muxithaln, Parkinsor, , Mon City.
"Muskingum Valley, Bowmen, Zanesville,
Mail, Loran, Cincinnati
Mcotahala, Parkinson, Mon city
Alpine, Cockburn, Bownsville
*St. Charles, Sterlin .. 0.
Or All beats marked thu [ e"] are provided with
-itvaa.s' Safety Guard, to prevent the Explosion of steam
Is tke Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny coun
ty, No 118. June Tern:, 1843.
vs Petition for Divorce.
' Mary Jane NPFersen.
AND now to wit, December the 3d, 1843; a subprt•-
na and ali.is subpoena having been issued to the
r e s pondent in the case, and prod having been made
that the said parties could not be found in said Lounty;
notice is hereby given to the said respondent that she
will be required to appear in said conrt on the 4th
Monday of December moat, to answer to the complaints
set forth in said petition, otherwise such proceedings
will belied as are directed by the act of Assembly, in
such case made and provided.
dec 5 law4t E TROVI.LLO, Sheriff.
Travellers should select Boats provided with
Evan': Safety Guards for preventing Ea-plosion of
Steam Bo tient
IT would be well for the traveling community to
bear in mind that their security depends entirely
upon their own encouragement of boats that have or
may be at the expense of procuring the above appara
tus. And that every individual making such selec
tions is contributing towards a general introduction of
an invention admitted by all men who understand the
principles of the Steam Engine, to be a sure preventa
tive against those dreadful disasters. You have cer
tainly, in the hundreds of explosions that have already
taken place, their almost daily occurrence,_ and the
thousands of lives that have already been lost, a suffi
cient warning, and inducement to make inquiry for a
Safety guard Boat, and in every cam to give it the
preference. They have went to an additional expense
that your lives may be secure. Ought you not therefore
to meet them with a corresponding de7.ree of liberality,
and by your preference show that you appreciate their
laudable endeavors to stop this awful sacrifice of hu
man life. They do not charge more than other boats;
their accommodations in other respects are equal, and
in many cases superior; and as there is one leaving
Pittsburgh every day, why will you run any risk, when
it is so completely in your own power to avoid those dis
All boats marked thus [" ] in the List of Arrivals and
Departures, in another part of this paper, are supplied
with the S afety Guard.
List of Boats provided with the Safety Guard.
ALPS, LADY OF LYONS,
BRIDGEWATER, MUSKING i'M VAL' Y,
CADDO, MISSOURI MAIL,
CHARLESTON, 111 UNG 0 PARK,
CUTTER, NORTH BEND,
CASPIAN, NARAG ANSETT,
CLEVELAND, ORPHAN BOY,
COLUMBIANA, 0/110 MAIL,
D Utz U E S N E , ORLEANS,
DUKE of ORLEANS, OLIVE BRANCH,
ECLIPSE, PE.V ELOPE,
ED WEN HICKMAN, QUEEN of the SOUTH,
EL DORADO, ROWENA,
EVELINE, R AR !TAN,
EXPRESS MAIL, SA R A H ANN,
PORT PITT, SAVANNA.
GALENA, ST. CHARLES,
GENE BROOK. S7'. LOUIS,
IDA. TOBACCO PLANT,
INDIAN QUEEN. , VIC TRESS
ILLLVOIS, VALLEY FORGE,
J. 11. RILLS, VIOLA.
JEWESS, WEST WIND.
JAMES ROSS, WING AND WING,
Brilliant Career andUnprocc dented Success
THREE 1111 DOORS!
THE pronri,-tor !I . ~ a nd highly fa
cored to o Crept p:ca:itre in in
forming his friend: utid thal,,Lhc at ;arse that he bus
nt;tv prepared at hit
SPLENDID SALES ROOM,
No. I:,1. LIBERTY ST.,
THE 3108 T M.-IONIFICI:NT STOCK OF
R CLO7'II IN G
E'er offered fir sale in this city
if 14 'TOOK OF
CLOTHS, CASSINI PILOT AND BEAVER
CLOTHS, CACIIMEHE. S TIN AM)
CANNOT DE EQUALLED.
All of which can ho manufactured int, clothing- to nr
der, and made in as paid stylc, and 114 tastily and fash
ionably' dcidgned na at any other e,tabli , lnntlit
IN TH!'. UNITED STATE,:.
IT IS WELL KNOWN THAT HIS PRICES
ARE LOWER THAN ANY OTH
ER HOUSE IN THE CITY,
.end ntno place west of till 11)011111ui 1,3 can purchasers
find such a variety of goods from which to select as at
THREE DIG DOORS
In addition to his unrivalled stock of clothing, he
has a trowniticent assortment of
HANDKERCHIEFS, SCARFS. GLOVES,
SUSPENDERS, &e, &e.
The motto of the "Three Big Doors" is
"QUICK SALES AND ,Sit ALL PROFITS,"
And in following out sv,:tein feel con
fident th3t titomor,: aLd hi rn. , elf
ARE 'MUTUALLY BENEFITED.
up: WoUT,II INVITE
THE MAN OFTON. THE PR ()FES
SIGNAL GE \TL EM AN. THE MER
CHANT, FARMER. MECHANIC
AND IVOR K N
TUE THREE BIG DOORS,
No. 151. Liberty str(el,
AND TH EY MUST ItE SATISFIED.
OBSERVE METAL PLATE IN TILE
PA YEMEN T. „ c al
JOHN N.FC LOSKEY.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale by WM. 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 for softening the skin.
The subscriber has on hand a larger assortment of
the above article; than tiny other establishment in this
city, and is also receiving a large supply of fresh drugs,
&c. W . THORN,
oct 7 Nu. 53, Market street.
T EAS.—Received onconsignment,
19-Chests Young I lyson Tea,
4. " Black Tea,
4 A " Itnperhtl,
5 " Gunpowder, by
J. G. & A GORDON.
sop 13. 12 Water street
Notice to Contractors
SEALED proposals will be received at the o ffi ce of
the Monongahela Novi:7l6mq Co npany. nearly
opposite the Post Office, until 3 o'clock P M of Satur
day, the 23d December next, for building Locks and
Dams Nos 3 and 4, and for repairing Dnms Nos 1 and
2; also, for building four Brick Lock Houses. Pay
ments will be made monthly in specie funds.
Plans and specifications will be exhibited at the of
fice one week previous to the letting.
J K MOORHEAD..
n24-Inl • MORG A 11 ROBERTSON.
John D. Davis,
AUCTIONEER AND COM3IISSION NIERCH'T,
Corner of IVood and sth its., Pittsburgh,
Is ready to receive meratandize of every description
on consignment, for public or private sale, and
from long experience in the above business, flatters
himself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction
to all who may favor him with their patronage.
Regular sales on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, of Dry
Goals and fancy articles, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Of Groceries, Pittsburgh manufactured artic!cs,zmw
and second hand furniture, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
Sales every evening,at early gas light. aug- 12—y
DRY GOODS AND FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
THIS day, Wednesday 27th December, lit 10
clock in the forenoon, will be sold nt Davis'
Commercial Auction Rooms, corner of Wood nod sth
streets, an extensive lot of Diy Goods, among which
are Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Cassinetts. Beaver
Cloths, Merrinues, Alpacues, Flannels, Muslim, Cali
coes, Comforts, Over Coats, with many other articles
in the Dry Goods line &c.
AT 2 o'cLoca, P. M.,
Furniture,viz:—lngrain Carpeting, Bedding, Bu
reaus, Chairs. Bedsteads, 1 pair Mahogany Dining
Tables with claw feet, Looking Glasses, Kitchen Fur
5 half Chests Y. H. Tea.
2 " " G. Powder do.
I " - Superfine du.
2 Bags Groundnuts,
Glass Jars and Tumblers, J. D. DAVIS,
d 25 • Auctioneer.
TURNING LATHE AT AUCTION.
AT DAVIS' Commercial Auction Rooms corner of
Wood and sth sts ,nn Monday next. January first 18-
44, at 2 o'clock in the afteroona will he sold to high
est bidder, 1 large Turning Lathe entirely complete
and in good running order.
(127 J D DAVIS, Auctioneer.
BUFFALO ROBES by single robe or bale. for sale
by A. BEELEN.
RHOS. N. 0. SUGAR. juit. received, and for
Awe • sale by J. G. &A. GORDON.
M. lIERoN FOSTER
EGOLF & FOSTER.
Western !Zeal Estate Agency,
Third M., next door to - the Fait O fice, Pitt:horgh, Pa
A Izencc fur the purchatie and site of Itual
Stucky. nezotiaiing of Loan., nu,t Collections.
Thoy will al.iii aitend to the of pie metal for
owners at a diqance.
Letter., post paid, will meet with immediate atten
tion. Terms moderate. The best of Icier - am:es eiven
On application at the office.
THE s i i hseriher t n evinz porehl.yd and thoroughly
repaired these NIILLS, t. now tmint:fartnrio , z,
and k;11 hoer constantly on livid, a full ~upply of all
the dit.f , r,•:..t kind. of Nail=, and Brad s, etc.—
made from the hest quality J wdata Blooms, and as
sari as the nec.,,, , ary additions earl be made to the
machinery. he will Tll4 TV dl.ctur.2 every d,...irrmtion of
Bar and Sheet I ron, usually zn.,do in this to.ol.set.
UtderA left with S. Cuthl , ert. at No. 94 Pica street,
near Wood, or at the Mils in the Filth ill be
promptly attended to, JAMES ANDERSON.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale on cunsign:nent,
7 Old. , bleon,
7 hinds sw.!:tr,
Can he seen atthe store nf.laroh Painter.C.: Co
;:t J. N. MOORIIEAD S. CO.
New do Cheap Stock Establishment,
NO si. DIAMOSIJ ALI.EY
EFTWEEN WOOD AND MARKET eTILEE
Lwro•Lurn,,,t atilltiMlCP to Ow ei
I Pitt-lc:T.4 - h and the country ,:ent•t-ally, that 1 !Inv..
c , .tum , •rwra t:,.• rn,:,lllactore of ST( K:KS.r , I every,
riot v, form and dr,cripti,;l.a,titvouid -.oh,- it mci,-hAnt.
and oth.T. to call and examine 1.. r them-.l , es, n, I UM
do:of-min.,' tneril on tic , mo=t a-ccrnmodati;,g term:
for ra,h, and hope, by ,met :It p•i.tion to tot,ine, , s. to
merit a =hare public patrunag, nu;;. 19—Gm.
El NHAR T. havvia ziAmiciated with him
• SI DN EY :••TRONG. *6O eolith 'le the Whole
and Rotail Grocery and
and •r tim firm of Reinhart St, Sinitic, at the old stand,
No. 140 Lilimty A. G. REI NH A RT,
Doc 7, 1143. SIDN EY snioNo.
New York Dyer.
OSEE MMES. would respectfully inform his friends
and the pnblic in genertil, that he dyes Ladies'
dresses, Habits and Nltintel. of every description, black;
and \s:arr!'ttits them not tosmut, aid to look equal to new
1-1.• dyes fancy colors of all descriptions of ilk
and carpet yarn. Also, cleans and restores the colors of
g ent clothing. so as to resemble new goods.
Mr. 11. flatters liimself that he can plea,e the p u blic. I
a n hr h a , ti..ne an extensive business in New York for
t weniv yours. Ali work dime On rnoderite terms, at his
esta h:kh ne :;tin sth st., between Wood and Smith..yid
near the Theatre
!"7y' This is to ;way that ()SEE MMES. has done -----
iv..rk for ti. Willol 1111-.9 fully answered our eapec Executors' Notice.
ration , . and we consider hint a eutnpetestt dyer. i A " ricr, ,,, n3 m.l •lqed 1;1 the e-t... , •, , C 111,eas Can
S. Hemphill, Andrew Purdy, sill , . lot, of tilo. city Ill' Pi , t,h 1 ..:ii, deceased,
Wm. Barnes, W. 13. Boies are reque4tc,l to :110:e pny:n.-at i n.ri-.lliiely to either
.1. li. Shurtieff, Wm. Porter, of the un:l-I , i , ,ried, and ikli per= , ,, , li:v.i•,:z Maims
David llall. 11. H. Smith, j against the AZillr'. mill prP,`,ll 010:n pliqwlly tordienti,
B. F. Mann. Henry .lavens e,ited to either 4 th , , 111 . 1 •Ni , ..111,1 Err zwt , lomerl
David 'Wes, A. Shoekey, jr. I • HENRI' M . CCLEGUGII, I'erhles Tuwaship,
Joseph French, jr., Jw , eph Vera, EA MES C A :Sll ELY, Pitt,lirgh,
George Barnes. tip 20 JAMES. 131. 1 K ELY. Pittshorgh,
JAMES C CUMMINS. Pitt Towm;hip,
tin-li tiv I 111 Executors
SHARES Allegheny Bridge Steels, nt pri
8 vate sale, by JOHN H. DAVIS,
Rep 1 Corner ofWou,l and Fifth streets. j
Daguerreotype Miniature Portraits,
4t the corner of .Market and sth aft
T ill; subscriber would most respectfully inform the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Pittsburwi
cinity, that they hav e opened rooms at the above in ra
tioned place, over the store of Messrs Lloyd & Co,
and arc n.sw prepared to take :M a han! vsk this beau.
titral art, in a style heretofore unstop:Lase:l. By the
combination of a quick and powerful apparatus, and an
entirely new mode of operating, they are enabled to
produce pictures of a surprising accuracy and beauty,
combining entire durithility of impression, clear and
distinct expression, perfect delineation, and last, tho'
not least, the color (lithe face and dress. The color
ing of Photographic Pictures, forms a-new era in the
art, as it enables us to combine with accuracy of nature
the advantages of art. The undersigned do not wish,
nor is it their intention to deceive the public by prowl
ses. which they cannot fulfil, for they depend solely on
the characterof theirpictures for patronage. Citizens
and strangers, one and all, are invited to nail and ox
N B.—Complete sets of the'improved patent ap
paratus furnished on the most reasonable terms.—
Plates. Cases, Frames, Chemicals, and ever," Ming
connected with the business. at the lowest caoh
cea. J M EMERSON & CO.
111 KEG S Ky. Tobacco, in store and fur sale low
V to closeron,.igronont,
43 Wood St.
70A It BUTTER.—A lot °film celebrated choice
cumily butter, put up in full bound kez.l Apply
to A. BEELEN.
9 BALES CUBA LEAF TOBACCO, this day
r... 0 V received, and for sale by
J. G. & A. GORDON,
nl5. 12 Water itseet.
T UST RECEIVED, 30 bbls best ground Camwootl,
el at the drug store of JON. KIDD,
u2B corner 4th and Wood streets.
BUFFALO . TONGUES.—Receired by Little Ben
10 boxes Buffalo Tongues, in fine order, direct
from the mount:Am A. BEELEN.
rill." 1111111116. -4,
...,..... ..c—z- ...dr
STAN DART, INGRAHAM & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission merchants,
__A L GENTS for the Merchants' Transportation Com
i pany composed of the Merchants' Line, Erie
Canal; Wnshingum, Line. Hunwr, Palmer & Co.'s
Line of Steam boats and vessels on the lakes. Cleve
land Line, Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. Proprie
tors ofthe Merchants, Line, Ohio Canal.
Wilkie & Ensworth, No. 9, Cuenties Slip,
R. Hunter & Co. Albany.
Otis Chaff, Boston.
Hunter, Palmer & Co., Buffalo,
M. T. Williams & Dow,
Hon. John M. Allen, Cleveland.
Charles M. Giddings,
J. S. Dickey, Beaver.
Birmingham & Co., Pittsburgh.
ap 1 1843—1 v.
;,74 • ~„„ ~, THE canal packet ERIE, J. M.
- • Shaw,master. will run as reg - ular tri
weekly packet between the above named ports, leaves
Beaver on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays' morn
ing, leaves Warren on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays; connecting, with the Sta;e Lines to Cleveland
direct, For freizht or passage apply on board, or to
BIRMINGHAM & CO., Pittsburgh,
J. S. DICKEY, Beaver.
14 . 73 5,.
:Tr--; . • ---:
184 3 .
HARE REDUCED.—U. S. NIAIL LINE OF STAGES
AND RAIL. ROAD CARS, from Pittsburgh, via Bed
ford, Chamhersbnre, Harrisburg and Lancaster, to
Philadelphia, connecting:with the Main train ofcars to
N. Y. &c. Only 150 miles staging and one night out.
Also, tho direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia $9.
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M.
Office 2d door below the Merchants' Hotel Wood at.
MENDELL, GRAHAM, WAUGH &Co.,
feb23, 1.343-Iy. Proprietors.
Via National Road and Baltimore and Ohio Rail
NEW LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES FOR
WA 'iiISGTON CITY, BALTINInItE, PlI/LADELPHIA
AKI) NEW YORK.
THIS line 13 in HI operation and ien yes Pittsburgh
dai'y a . . f o'elock . A. M.. via ‘Washington Pa.
and nati ,nal road to Cumberland, connecting, here
with the rail road Co's to all the abiice places: Trav
eler* will find this a speedy and io7nfortable route,
it being a. separate and distinct Pitt,borzh nod Cum
berland line. taciiities will be afforded which have not
twen'ho . r , tornte enjoyed. E'tra coaches furnished at
the shortest notice with the privilege of Going through
Aire ;t or taking one nights rea: at their option.
For tickets, apply at our oa-ci at Ow Mot:oat:rubela
L. W. STOCKTON,
The Swift.-ire, Robinson, Master, leaves every
Thur-ti ty at 10 ~*c!oc:;. a. rn.
Tire Cutter,Colliui,.Master, leave; everyThursclay at
It) o'clock a. m.
The Nlotazorrwry, Bennett, Master, leaves every Sat
uphy at 10 o'clock a. m.
The EKprels, Parkinson, Master, leaves every Stu--
dav at 10 o'clock a. to.
JOHN BIRMINGHAM & CO.,
,VELEN KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. 46,
Comer of Wood and Third streets, Pittsbur'
Gold, Silver, and Solvent Bank notes, bought
1 and sold. Sight cheeks ou the Eastern cities, for Sale.
Drafts, notes and.billsi collected.
Wm. Bell & Co.,
John D. Davis,
.T. Painter & Cn.,
J NV owl w I,
Bron,on &. Co. ) 7
Jarneg MValulless. Cincinnati. 0.,
.T. ItoNl'D•rctia. • Fe. Mn.
I IV. 11. Pop,, Pr, Bann K'. :.Lotti,vTlle.
Beaver and Warren Packet.
Tho Great Central Route
ProMdent of N. R. State Co
Regular Paclots, for Cincinnati
United States Wagon and Rail Road Line.
2ZI fatr ' 71 . n. ees
- L • 7l
• "- •
P' 11 E ,01,F...r.ber~ havo made arran , :ements to f0r
%,;,v(1 d It int: the As inter to and from Pitt.-
bur.-2,11, ..\;.•ur lork.
(2 A Alr A N LTV,
Cdual Liberty , treet. Pittsburgh
Tti M AS BURBIDGE, Agent,
272. Atiwbet street, Philadelphia
HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY,
\o. 1:1, Fifth street, bctsreen Market and
11 - owl, and corner of Sia th, and Grant sts
IT 11. WALKER feel grateful to the
. publie f•tr the liberal patronage bestow
ed upon then, and hog leave to state that they are now
In IWlCaeinrin,l and have constantly on hand a very su
perior ;inlet, in Beaver, Rusita, Neutria, and every
other de-cription of Hats. Also, a variety of cloth,
sealett and fur caps; all of which will be sold at the ve
ry loweit prices. As no part of their manufactute is
done by machinery, but by the hest wi.)riimen by hand,
they can roremmend w:,,Ce confidence their Hats. as be
in; superior and more durable than those generally of
fered to the public. Merchants and storekeepers ran
he supplied upon equally as low terms as in the Eas
ern Markets. I. & 11. WALKER.
o 2 3 —3 111
Freeman's Fire Brick for Sale
JUST received, 5000 Freeman's best Fire Bric -
which will hereafter be kept constantly on Elan.
and sold low for cash, by BIRMINGHAM & CO.
mar 27 No. 60 Water si
L andreth's Garden Seeds.
A full supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds always on
hand and for sa!e, at his agency. the Drut7 =tore of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
181, Liberty :L. hena ~f Wend
C AWFI F:T.,T) has. removed his marble Estate
. li-Mment to Wood at. opposite FiatinestoeV.-
I)flig Store, where he will keep contantly on hand
Tomb StoneA, M omtment etc- ap 19-Iyr
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
1i HE tirrn of Arthur= tic Preston has been disusuiv
. e.1, -, inee the first of 0 !toiler, by mutual consent.
John Arthur. , will settle till claims against the concern.
and collect all lebis which hire been contracted prii
vions to this date. The Engine business will be con
ducted for the future under hi= own name.
December 1, 1843
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS! ! BARGAINS !!!
1 All sorts of clothing and wearing apparel. Please
I call at No. 151, Liberty street,and see for yourselves
I ssp 7. J. MCCLOSKEY.
,for Sale anb o it. i tanifsiotts mu) (1;,:,t-toa
Valuable goal Estate in the Neighborhood
of the City for Sale.
Farm within four mile* of the City of AllegirgY
Acontaining 114 Acres, well furnished Dwelling
House with 10 Rooms in it large Bank Barn lately
erected, Cabin House and Barn, 2 Orchards. &c. &.,
Also. A : 3 story Brick Huuse on 7th st., on a lot
37 Poet by 100.
Also. A neat Cottago hon.° and lot in the Reserve
track opposite Pittsburgh, 90 feet front by 280 deep
with shrubbery fruit trees &c. &c., trill be sold very
Also A House and Lot in the 7th Ward abort. the
New Basin with a beautiful prospect of both cities, ris
ers and &c. Would be exchanged for a farm wtthio
20 miles of the City.
Also, A Lot of Ground in East Liverpool Ohio,
corner of Nlarket and Water streets. 80 feet front by
130 deep, on which is ejected a pottery in succesfull
Also. Four Lots of Ground in the sth Ward well
Also. A Lot on sth st. 30 feet front by 130 feet
Also. A Farm of 144 Acres adjoining the Town
of East Liverpool Ohio.
Also. One undivided 4th part of three seperate lots
containing altogether 24 Acres adjoi the above.
Apply to BLAKELY & MITCHEL
Dec 20, 1343. Real Estate Agents.
A CHEAP AND GOOD FARM &C., FOR SALE.
FOR SALE, a good, well improved farm of 814
acres, lying on the Northern Turnpike, 14i
miles from Pittsburgh, and it has been occupied as a
tavern stand. There is 60 acres improved and under
good cultivation. A good two and a halt story stone
house, 284 by 244 feet, a good frame barn; good springs
of water and good family orchard on it. This proper
ty will be sold low for a part down and the buttoner in
:lime annual payments. If not sold in two months,
it will be rented for a year and sold as soon as possible
For terms &c., please apply at Harris' Agency and
IntelligenCe office, No 9 sth street. dec. 19.
Valuable Property For Sale.
THAT splendid Farm House by th e name of the
Social Hall farm, situated in Derry township.
Westmoreland county, two miles north west of
vine on the Western Division of the Pew - Ilk - anis. Ca
The firm contains two hundred and sixty acres, un
der Bond e•me. t 1 ie hundr...d acres of it c'eat ed, the
rest covvrod with first rate timber. There are ten
acres of m2adatt , which can be enlarged to 150 if re
quired, five acres planted with the choicest fruit trees.
There is a rested nu the promisee a splendid Nlansion
Ibouss of brick, two siories high, with a wing of 20 by
17 running back, being 44 Pectin front by 34 feet deep,
with good ventilated cellars, n 'urge hall running thru'
the centre, folding-6.re and fire places in each room:
also, a spr;..,tr, and wash hones 30 by 15. and smoke and
bake house 14 by 14. all of brick and built in the bee:
manner, thew is also a large brick building 34 by 24
feet. with a never failing spring of water passing (hr.'
it, with one of the finest barns in the western country.
being 75 feet long by 41 webs, exclusive of the over
shot and leads, having a fine sming of water in the in
side, afrirding at all times a full sopply fur every pur
pose, with granaries and every fixture necessary In ren
der it complete The title is iadieputable. All let
ters, post paid will be attended to. Address and in
quire of Evil& Foster, Real Estate agents, next door
, to the rust Office, Pittsburgh, Pa. dlB-3t
A ARM of MO acres, 12 miles from Pittsliurgh,
on the Franklin lUatl, adjoining lauds of William
Cochran, Esq., will be sold on favorable terms. For
further particulars apply to F. McGARR,
u2O-Im. 149 Liberty streets.
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
GREEALLY to the provisions contained in the
will of the iszte Thomas Cassilly. deceased, the
subscribers offer for sait• the foIIOWIIIT. valuable real es
tate, in the city of Pittsburgli ; siz:—One lot of ground
fro - . tine on Water street, near Market street. and ad
joing Hanna and Gnrdon's warehouse, being thirty-five
feet front on NVater street, and extending back one hun
dred and sixty feet to Front street, on which thece is e
rected a spacious brick dwelling on Water st. now oc
cupied as a public bowie by Mr. John Varner, and two
three story brick dwellings with back buildings on
Front street. Also, one lot fronting on Liberty street
between Cecil's alley and St. Clair street, being, thirty
feet in front and one hundred and ten feet back to a
ten foot alley, on whici is erected two three star,:
dwellings, with convenient back buildings, now occu
pied by Mr. Michael Kane as a Cabinet-Ware room,
and by Mr. Samuel Lindsey, as a Grocery establish
ment. This property will be sold on fair and accom
modating terms. Enquire of Mr. P. Mulvany, at his
glass ware house corner of Market and Waterstreets,
r. o to either of the subscribers.
JAMES C. CUMMINS,
14) LOTS, ettitable fur building most eligibly sit
!) uated, and within two.rtes' walk of the
steam ferry boat landing, wili )3 dat prices to suit
the times. The terms of payme. will be made easy,
either for cash or such barter as can be made available.
Apply WOK , subscribers in Birmingham, or Mr. P.
Pvtcrson, No. 4, Ferry street, Pittsburgh.
June JAS. PATTERSON, jr.
f:7IATWO STORY brick house, suitable for a
„dwelling and Grocery, situate no the cornet
or Fifth and Union streets. Possession given immedi
ately. Enquire of
all. JAMES MAY.
SEVERAL Fnrms in Beaver and Butler countier
on very moderate rents, which may be paid it
Lots to be let, rent cree. on improvement leases.
Farms and uncleared lunch. Apply to the
Hon JOHN BRF.DIN, Butler, or
EDWARD HOOPS, New Briehton,
d 12 - 1 m
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, CONVEYANCING,
HE ,undersignod, having associated themselves
for the transaction of all business relative to Real
Estate, will henceforth attend to the purchase and sale
as well as renting of city and country property, collett
ing rents, &c. &c.
The senior member of the firm having hOd much ex
perience, and being extensively known as an agent of
Real Estate, they hope to receive a liberal share of
public patronage. For the accommodation ofthe pub
lic, there will bo two offices, where business will be t
ceived; at the Real Estate Agency of James Blakely.,
Penn st., sth Ward, and at the Law office of Julia J.
Mitchell. S. W. aideSmit ( near sth.) at either
of which. persons wishing to have instruments of rri
ting. legally and neatly executed, titles investigated, ar
desirous to purchase or dispose of Rcal Estate, will
apply. J. J. Mitchell will continue to attend to the
duties of his profession, as heretofore.
JAMES BE. kKELY.
JOHN J. MITCHELL,
HAs the honor to inform the public that during his
snjourn in Pittsburgh he ‘vill gi4e
LESSONS IN THE SPANISH,. FRENCH AND
From his havin> made ite Spanish lanznaza the
sole object of his study during a residence of two years
i n Havana, there is r..ason to suppose that he has ;ic
quired a gond knowledge of their icr.zunge, the easiest
.ind most harmonious of i 1 model n languages.
Of his competency to tench French there ran he no
inubt, from the fact of his having been .4 clerk in
Notary in Paris. where he has studied law. What Mr
Theveatt here states he ran prove by the Orrloarance
of the King of France and by letters from the Minister
of the Navy.
Mr Theveau can be seen every. day from 12. to 1 P x.
at Mr Fickeisen's house, Market street, behind the old
court house, 1129-fin
A FARM FOR SALE
XECIIT - ORS' SALE
Building Lots is Birmingham.
Dlr. Pau Thovean
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A. EIZA.MEE, EXCHANGE BEGEZE,
OORN ER OF WOOD AND THIRD STA
Merchants and liassufasturer s' Scrip . .
Exchange Bala Scrip . -
Erie Baul: Scrip
Os Phikidelphia • . -
New York ----
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Bank of PitesbnrgA -
Mere/mu/a and Manwfacturcri bank.
Do. Hoilida y5 7 ).2. r
Bank of North America--
Do Northern Liberties
Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania . -
Farmers' and 3fechanics' bank
Manufacturers and Mechanics'
Bank of Penn Township
Girard bank - - • • • - -
U. S. bank and branches
Bank of Germantown
" Chester county .... . .
" Delaware county
•• Montgomery county
Farmers' bunk of Bucks county....
Frank/in bank of Washington.. ......
Bank of Chambersburgh....
" Lewistown . .......
" Stsvichanna count."
Berks county bank 75
Columbia Bankand Bridge Company 1}
Carlisle Lank 2 1
Farmers and Drovers' bald
" Bank of Lancaster Ik
" Bank of Reading I
Lincaster co. " .......
Miners' bank of Potts-yille ......
M-mongahela bank of Brownsville
New Hope and Delaware Bridge company.
Northampton bank...... ..
West Branch bank.
Belmont bank of St. Clairsvil .....
Clintonbank of C01umbu5......:.....
Columbianabank of New Li5b0n..._.. ......
Circleville (Lawrence, cashier)
" ( Warren, cashier)..
Com:nercial bank of Lake Erie.—
Franklin bank of C01umbu5........
Farmers' and Mecitania bank of Steubenville-1
Farmers' bank cf Canton 10
G rani.; lie
La ne a ster . .
Massillon . .. •.... 1
Mechanics' and Traders'. Cincinnati
.Mount Pleasant 1
State bank and branches
State Scrip .
State bank 50
Bank of Illinois, Shatcneeicnnt
... . 50
Bank of the Valley of Virginia. 1
Banl.• of Virainia ..1
Ezebn7: bank of Virginia ..... ...... 1 .
Farmers' bank cf Virginia ... ... 1
North- Western bank of Virginia.. .......... • .1
Merchants' and Mechanics' bank of Virginia.... 1
Branches.. .. .. .. ..... . .. .. .... .
Baltimore City banks
All oaer solvent bank 5......... ..,
All solvent banks _
All solvent banks . - . . . . . .
All solvent banks.
New Orleans banks (g00d)....
BOOS AND JOB
PRINT 1 G OFFICE,
P. vf. CORNER Op WOOD k FIFTH STS
The proprietors of the MonNING Posr and bizti.-
CURT AND MAsurAcTurtim respectfiilly il,form their
friends and the patrons of those papers, that they have
a large and well chosen assortment of
as . gc.Mis
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Necessary to a Jabtruing Office, aid that they arm
prepared to execute
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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
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Printed on the shortest notice and most reasonable
We respectfully ask th" patror :re friends end .
the public in e:eneral in tlis branch of c rr hus.:ness.
July 31, 1843. PHILLIPS Sz...
TUE have rerei,rd. and hereafu-r -cep
V V stantly ( , n hard, a Cull 6upp:y of Printing Ink:
in laraeohd small kris. x I.iril arc , will he We to salt
cli,e.aper than it has heretofore Leen.sati in 'Lib
Orders from the country 4rervmpazrierl by ./ka casl y
(LW ALL caws) will be promptly attended tn.
PHILLIPS & smab,
oct 10-tf Office of the Foetal:pi Manufeer7llT.
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