TTlXCHANGE BANK- The third instalment iPl of Fire Dollar on each share of stock, will become due on Monday next, 1st August. J. FORSTER, Cashier. jaly 25, 1836 6t MACHINERY. THE subscribers offer for sale, the Machinery of a Woollen Manufactory, consisting in part of the following', viz: 2 double Carding Machines and Picks. 1 single do. do. and condenser. 1 Jenny 75 Spindles, 2 broad Power Looms, 2 Sattinett do. do, 2 Hand do., 1 broad Shearing Machine, 2 narrow do. do., 1 broad Gig Mill, 1 narrow do. da, with a variety of other articles, m;:king every thing- necessary for a Woollen Factory, the whole now in operation, and in pood order. Any person wishing to engage in the business, will find in this place a goo J opporluniry. Terms liberal POMEROY &- RHODES. Franklin Mills, Portage co, July 25 w'd OENERAL HARRISON. A memoir of the Public Services of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio; by James Hal!, with a portrait. Martin Van Burtn. The Life and Political opinions of Martin Van Buren, with a portrait; bv William M. Holland. Gen. Andrew Jackson. A Biography of Andrew Jackson, wiih a portrait; by Philo. A. Goodwin, Esq., received and for sale bv JOHN I. KAY &. CO, july 25 corner of 3d and Wood sts. IIVE HUNDRED LBS. Canary Seed; 352 Aleppo Nut Galls. jst received and for s.ile by SHINN &, SELLERS, july 25 No. 46, corner 3d and Wood sts 63 LBS. Ivory Black, just received and for sale by SHINN & SELLERS, No. 46, corner 3d and Wood sis. july 25 LLIS'S Compound Kreosole Tooth Wash. A fresh supply of this superior Wash, which is recommended by the faculty of Philadelphia, just received and for sale bv SHINN & SELLERS, july 25 No. 46, corner 3d and Wood sts H KEGS English Mustard, a superior ar J f tide, just received and for sale bv SHINN & SELLERS, july 25 No. 46, corner 3d and Wood sts. CIRCULAR. WILLIAM DOUGLAS having associa'ed SAMUEL MOORE with him in the Manufacture of Hats and Caps, the business will be continued at the old stand. No. 73 Wood street. We invite our friends and the public generally to call and examine our assortment of Fur and Silk Hats and Caps, made in the neatest style and latest fjshion. N. B. A good assortment of Hatters Furs and Trimmings kept constantly on hand, july 23, 1636 tf OLIVER'S Yeast Powders. These Powders are an admirable substitute for jeat, in nuking all kinds of batter cakes, and have an advantage over that article in making the bitter perfectly light and ready for baking the instant they are mixed, just received and for sale bv SHINN &- SELLERS, july 25 No. 46, corner 3d and Wood sts. uTlOMPOUND Chlorine Tooth Wash, just re-ceived and for sale bv SHINN &. SELLERS, july 25 No. 46, corner 3d and Wood sts. C50 LOTS FOK SALE, BETWEEN the village of Manchester and the borough of Allegheny, as favorably sit-uaU-d for building as any in the reserved tract- The Lots are 25 feet in front on 63 feet streets, and are from 120 to 150 feet in depth. To gentlemen desiring ro.-idences near the citv, and in a pure atmosphere, some as desirable Lots as any in the vicinity can be furnished, and all mechanic, whose business requires situations free from dirt and smoke, may find favorable situations. The terms will be one third in hand, and the balance in four equal annual piymcnts, with interest seuii-annu illy, secured by bond and moit-page. Persons desirous of examining the property will be furnished with a plan, and every information desired, upon application to S. COL WELL, Trustee for the owner ILT O'her citv papers copy, july 25, 1S3S 6t "ttmrWTE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Delaware, W Ohio. The Mansion House at the above celebrated Watering PLce is now open, and ready tor the recept ion of visitors. The Trustees have furnished the house in good style, and pi iced it under the superintendence of Mr. S. CALVERT, late of Virginia. These Springs are loc it d in one of the most flourishing and populous counties in Ohio, 24 miles north of the Scat of Government; and are unsur- passed in point of healthy location, beauty of' scenery, or the Medical quality of the Waters. The daily line of mail stages from Cincinnati, via Columbus, to Sandusky city, passes through Delaware. JOHN NOBLE, of Columbus, R. T. LYTLE. of Cincinnati, C.NISWANGER, of Columbus, JOHN PATTERSON", of Columbus, O. HINTON, of Delaware, J. C. ACHESON, of Columbus. Trustees-july 12 d&wlm Dr. Harpur llichcll MAY be consulted at his office on Third, between Market and Liberty streets, as well as at his residence, Allegheny town. july 22. THE HAMLETS. A Tale by Harriet Mr-tineau, lur last production. JOHN I. KAY & CO., july 2.1 corner of Wood and 3d sts. BRANDY AND WINES. For sale, one half pipe first quality 4th proof Cogniac Brandy, three quarter casks fine Champagne Brandy, a few casks White Wine, and a few baskets Anchor and Jacquemart Champagne Wine. The above articles are all warranted pure, and of best quality, and will be sold low at private sale. JOHN M'FADEN, Auctioneer. july 22. ClONDEXSED ENGLISH CHANCERY REPORTS, VoL 8. Condensed Reports of cases decided in the high court of Chancery in England, voL 8, containing the cases decided by Lords Chancellors Brougham and Lyndhurs'; Sir John Leach and Sir C. Pepyg, Master of the Rolls; and Sir Lancelot Shadwell, Vice Chancellor, just received and for sale by JOHN I. KAY & CO, july 21. corner of Wood and 3d sts. NEW BOOKS, from Harper &. Brothers, N. York. ELksipatawa, or the Prophet of the. West a tale of the Frontier, by a Virginian; in two vols. 12 mo. neatly executed. The Old World and Neve, or a Journal of reflections and observations made on a tour in Europe. By the Rev. Orville Dewey, of New York; in two vols. Eugene Aram, a tale, by Edward Lytton Bui wer, Esq., author of 'Pelham,' 'Rienzi,' Slc being oL 6 of h isuniform and beautifully executed and embelished works. All the previous volumes can b had in full seats. The above received by last eastern stage, and for sale by JOHN I. KAY &. CO , july 20. Booksellers, 3d and Wood sts. EOLOGY. Transactions of the Geologi-CJT" cal Society of Pennsylvania, in two parts, o vo, with very numerous illustrations. JOHN I. KAY &. CO, joly 21. , corner of Wood and 3i sts. PROVIDENCE IRON WORKS AT BKOWASVILLE, PA.. FOR SALE. THE Proprietors wish to retire from business, and on that account alone offer for Sdle these valuable Works, consisting of a Rolling Mil! and Nail Factory. The works are propelled by a Steam Engine of great power. There are alio connected with these works a Bj1I and Puddling Furnace, a Let Out, nine pair finishing Rolls, and a large Bloom Hammer. The establishment is now in excellent order for immediate operations attached to the works is one acre of land, on which are erected a Nail shop with two Horse Head Cutlers and Engine, to cut from 3d to 20d nails three large frame building-a with eight tenements, also, an excellent olr.ee and blacksmith shop. Belonging to the works is an excellent Coal bank of first rate coal, with the privilege of taking the coal for sixteen years, at fifty cents per hundred bushels the mouth of this pit is within a rod of the works. Further description is deemed unnecessary as persons disposed to purchase w ill no doubt call and examine for themselves. A portion cf the purchase money will be required in hand, the balance in reasonable payments. For further information apply to the sub! scribtrs, at Brovvasville. ARTHUR PALMER, ISRAEL MILLER. J'1 Iv 7 d&wlm 11 FOUNDS PHILAD. CHROME Ja JC9 GREEN, just received and for sale by SHINN &. SELLERS, No. 46, corner of Wood and Third streets July 19, 13G. 12 CARBOYS VITRIOL, just received and for sale bv SHINN &, SELLERS, No. 46, corner of Wood and Third streets. July 19, 1835. rnHE subscribers having formed a connexion b fur transacting a Wholesale Grocery and Commission Business, in this citv, under the stvle and firm of ROBERT DALZELL &, Co., in the house recently occupied by Mr. Robert Galway, corner of Liberty and Irwin streets, are now receiving and offlr for sale on accommodating terms, a large and general assortment of Groceries, Ju-niatta Iron arid Nails, Glass, Tobacco, &c, to which they respectfully invite the attention of purchaser. As our stock is entirely new, and selected with the greast care, we hope to give satisfaction to those who may favor us with their custom. JAS. E. BREADING, FREEMAN &. MILLER, ROBERT DALZELL. July IS, 1S36 d&w3m. DlSOLLTIO. THE partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the firm of Voorhis &. Burch, is this day dissolved, by mutual consent, in consequence of ill health of Peter V. S. Voorhis. All persons indebted to us by note or account will please make payment to Thomas Burch, jr., and those having claims will present thera to the same for settlement. PETER V. S. VOORHIS, THOMAS BURCH, jr. Julv 11th, 1536. The subscriberhavingthis day, (11th inst.) purchased the entire interest of Peter V. S. Voorhis in his Pittsburgh business, respectfully informs the public that the business in 'uture will be carried on by himself at the old stand, and having retained an interest with Peter V. S. Voorhis, in t tie manufacture of the celebra'cd Lancaster Combs, he will therefore be enabled at all times to ke'p up as heretofore the best assortment of Combs and Variety g ods west of the mountains, and to sell them as usual, on the most accommodating terms. THOMAS BURCH, Jr. O" Cash given for good Ox horns; and shell combs reoaired as usual. July 1 1536. LBS. SILVER SAND, just receiv ed and fur sale by SHINN & SELLERS, No. 4(5, corner cf Wood and Third streets. July 13, 1S3C. Valuable Property For Sale. AS the subscriber is about to remove to Philadelphia, he wishes to sell the following property, viz: that block of buildings and the ground on which they are erected, situated in the city of Pittsburgh, bounded as follows; by Market street, by the Public square, by Union street, and by a lot. of J .isic-s Goriuky's, containing, on Market sires, t, 17 feet, on the Public square, to Union street, s5 feet. ! Also, a beautiful Farm, in Fayette tow nship, Allegheny county. Pa., containing 119 acres. This Farm is situated on Chartier's Creek, ten miles from Pittsburgh the Washington turn pike runs through it. The county road running to Hickorv intersects the said turnpike in the middle of this Farm, forming a beautiful point for anv public business a fair proportion of the soil is bottom of a very superior quality. The uplind is also of an excellent quality, and well timbered, abounding with springs of the purest water. It is supposed that there is abundance of Coal, and the hes Stone Quarry in the neighborhood is opened on the premises, offering eve-rv facility for improving- Titles indisputable. For terms apply to JOHN ALEXANDER, 203, Market street, Philadelphia, or to either of the following persons, viz: Wm. G. Alexander, No. 107, Wood street, Pittsburgh, or Thomas M. Day, at the old stand of John Alexander, No. C5, Market street Those wishing to examine the Farm can hnve smv information bv calling on Col. John Ross, St. Clair township, or Samuel Stewart, near the premises. There are a number of unsettled accounts on my books which I feel unwilling to put in suit, if it can possibly be avoided. I will therefore leave my books at the old stand for a short time for the purpose of affording every opportunity to those who wish to save costs, all 6uch are respectfully requested to call with the above named Thomas M. Day, who is authorised to receive money and attend to all mv business on my behalf. J. ALEXANDER. July 16, 1S3G. uiwlm. PITTSBURGH & ALLEGHENY" BRIDGE. rniHE Commissioners appointed by an act of JJL the Legislature, at its last siMing, to superintend the building of the above Bridge, over the Allegheny river, from the end of Hand street, hereby give notice that tbey will njien I xks, for the subscription of stock to 6aid Bridge, at Mr. Michael Smith's Tavern, Liberty street, on Mon day, the 15th day of August ru xt, at 10 o'clock. and will keep them open until the necessary amount is subscribed, when an opportunity will be given to all persons interested in 'his important improvement to invest a part of their capital to the best advantage. John Tassey, Alex. Brackenridge, Wm. Robinson, jr., John Bissel, Sylvan us Jjothrop, J-ranois t. Unley Malcolm Leceh, I fmmas r jirinan. Win. Fi'zsiinmons, Michuel Tiernnn, Jatm-s S. Craft, R. Galway. Richard Gray, George Ogden, Charles Avery, James Cuddy, C (inuni-isioners. SCTCity papers will copv till 15th August. Pitts burgh, July 14 d&wt!5A. VALUABLE FARM AND COAL LAND FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for sale, a valuable farm, and coal land, on the sooth side of the Monongahela river, twoand a half miles from Pittsburgh. Said farm contains 102J acres, with a valuable coal bank. A rail road runs from the coal bank to the river, somewhat out of repair, which can be mended at a trifling expense. These coal banks are open, and six dwelling houses for the use ef coal digger are built on the farm. There is a strip of this farm bottom land, along the river. The coal banks, if desired, will be sold separate from the rest of the farm and all will be disposed of on the most accommodating terms. Persons wishing to buy, would do well to call and view the premises. The terms will be easy and particulars made known, on application to JOHN LONERGAN Sc. CO. july 20 tf LEATHER. I WILL receive proposals until the 5th of Aug. next, for furnishing at this Arsenal, the following quantity of Leather, viz: 1 145 Sides for Infantry Cartridge Boxes, 447 for Bavonet Scabbards, 350 u for Rifle Pouches, SOn " for Cavalry Holsters, 1463 Hides for Belts of Buff Leather. Samples of the quality and size of either description of Leather may be seen by applying at the Arsenal. 30 Harness Makers and Copper Smiths wili find employment and good wages at the Arsenal. R. L. BAKER, Major U. S. A. ILf Democrat will insert three weeks. Allegheny Arsenal, July 19, 1636 eodtSA Sale of Lots. THE Executors of Dr. F. Bausman, deceased, offer for sale a portion of ground, in his plan of town lots, adjoining the borough of uirmingham. t or lurther particulars apply to either of the subscribers. T. B. DALLAS, H. M. WATTS. ILrThe Times and Manufacturer will please insert till forbid. July 16 tf. I'ublic Works in Indiana. XOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. CjEALED Proposals will be received at La-3 fayelte on the 23d day of August next, by J. B. Johnson, Acting Commissioner, for the construction of all the heavy sections on that portion of the Wubash and Erie Canal lying between Georgetown and Lafayette, 23 miles in length. The work to be let embraces several of the most irn porta ntjand expensive jobs in the state, amongst which are 3 Dams, one across the Wabash, one across Deer creek, and the other across Wildcat; two Bluffs, each near one and a fourth miles in length, along which the caDal will be formed in this river; 6 Lift Locks and 3 Guard Locks, together with several sections of deep cutting and high embankment. Also, at Brookville, on the 13lh day of September next, by Elisha Long, Acting Commissioner, for the construction of about 34 miles of the White Water Canal, extending from Brookville to Lawrenctburgh. This division embraces 2 Dams across the White Water, 14 Lift Locks to lie built of stone, 2 Aqueducts, several large arch-Culverts of stone, 6 or 8 heavy Bluff sections, and some deep cutting, together with the usual varielv of earth work common fo all canals. Also ,at Madison, on the 27th day of September next, by John Woodburn, Acting Commissioner, for the grading and bridging on 22 miles of the Madison and Lafayette Rail Road, extending north from the Ohio river. The line to be let embraces some heavy work, consisting of the usual variety of cuttings, embankments and bridges common to works of this kind. The road bed to be groded for a double track. Also, at Indianapolis, on the 4th day of Octo ber next, by D. Burr, Acting Commissioner, for the construction of 25 milesof the Central Canal, extending from the feeder dam above Indianapolis to "the Bluffs." This line embraces a Dam across the White river, an Aqueduct over Fall creek; 8 lift Locks, most of which will be built of cut stone, 2 or 3 Bluff sections, and several large Culverts. Also, at Paoli, on the 18th dav of October next, by John G. Clendenin, Acting Commissioner, for the grading and bridging on 41 miles of the New Albany and Vincennes Mc-Adamized Turnpike road, extending from New Albany to Paoli, and embracing such a variety of cuttings, embankments, and bridges as is common on turnpike roads. Also, at Evansville, on the 1st dav of November next, by Samuel Hall, Acting Commissioner, for the construction of 25 to 30 miles of the Central Canal, extending from a point near the head of Big Pcgeon creek, to Evansville. The work to be let on this line is of the ordinary character, embracing several Locks, to be built of stone, and one or more Aqueducts, with a number of culverts. Also, at Terre-Haute, on the 15th day of November next, by Thomas II. Blake, Acting Commissioner, for the construction of about 20 miles of the Cross Cut Canal, extending from Terre-Haute to Eel river. This line embraces a deep cut of considerable magnitude, a Dam across Eel river and 8 or 10 cut stone Locks. The sevpral lines to be let, will be divided into sections of suitable length for the convenience of contractors. I he length of time given tor the completion of the work, the termsof the contracts, the manner of performing the work &c, Ace, will be fully made known at the time and place of letting. The various lines w ill be staked out and ready for the inspection of contractors, ten days previous to the day of letting; and the plans, pro files and estimates of qualities, will be at the place of letting for three davs immediately proceeding the day of receiving bids. Bidders are requested to make themselves fully acquainted with the character of the work, so that they may not be mistaken in regard to its value. Bidders who are not personally known to the Acting Commissioner or Engineer in charge of the work, will be expected to present with their proposals, satisfactory testimonials as to their qualifications and character. Dated Indianapolis, 4th July, 1S36. By Order of the State Board of Internal Improvement. DAVID II. MAXWELL, President James Morrison, Secretary. Indianapolis, July 16 tlO. Dissolution of Partnership. TglHE term for which the partnership hereto-B fore existing between the subscribers, under the firm of C. EVANS &. CO., was to con-tinue, having expired on the Gth inst., the 6aid company was on that day dissolved. Their successors, C. &. O. O. EVANS, are charged with the settlement of the business of the late firm. CADWALLADER EVANS, O. OR MS BY GREGG. c. k o. oTevans Will continue the manufacture of Prairie Ploughs, Crane do.. Eagle do. Woods' do., Miller's do.. Cotton do. True American Plougha, Half Patent do.. Peacock do, Rhodes' Hillside do. ALSO. Cultivators, Corn Shelters, Combined Farmers' Mill and Hort-e Power. Fresh Family Flour at thfir Stpani Mill and Factory. No. 10 Water street, Pittsburgh. iu!v'8 tf D. B. SMITH fc W. HODGSON, JIU, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, N. E. COEXER OP ARCH AND SIXTH STREETS. PHILADELPHIA, HAVE constantly for sale an extensive assortment of Drugs, Chemical, Colors, 4,c. Country Merchants, Druggists, and Physicians, may be supplied on liberal terms, with articles of the best quality. They have on band, recently imported or carefully prepared at their establishment, Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla, in large and small bottles. Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsapairiila, containing the active principle of SarSBparil-la in a concentrated form, Genuine Bermuda Arrow-root, Carrageen, or Irish Moss, a new article for jelly or blanc mange. Farinaceous Food, for infants, and persons of impaired digestive organs, Robinson's patent Groat?, and Einhden Grosat, Do. Barley, fur preparing barley water in ten minutes, Tyndale's celebrated Powders for Fever and Ague, Superior English Extracts of Cicuta, Hyoscyam- as, Belladonna, &.C, Chloride of Soda, or disinfecting and bleaching Liquid, Yeast Powders, an excellent substitue for yeast, in saving time and agreeing with delicate stomachs, Morphia and all its preparations of their own manufacture, Concentrated Essence of Ginger, Seidlitz powders, Soda powders, Genuine Preston Sails, fcc. Platinum wire. Oxide of Gold, and other articles for Dentists, And a great variety of other Medicines and Chemicals, selected and prepared with peculiar care. july b bin 1 EALING WAX, CJ Lunar Caustic, Syringes assd. Blood Root, Eng. Vermillion, Pearl Barley, Spanish Saffron, Ext. Taraxicum, Tapioca, Pp. Charcoal, Just received and for sale by ju'y 9 HOLMES &. KIDD. C CIRCULAR. The undersigned, having dis- posed of their entire interest in the Eagle foundry, Patterns, stocks, etc., to Messrs. Ar thurs, Nicholson & Co., beg leave to recommend them to their friends and former customers, con fident they will endeavor to render satisfaction to all those w ho may be pleased to favor them with their orders. M'CLURG, PARRY & HIGBY. The snbscri' ers, under the firm of ARTHURS, NICHOLSON & CO., having purchased the interest of M'Clurg, Parry &, Higby in their Eagle Foundry, &c. have, on hand, at their Warehouse, Liberty street, a full and complete assortment of Castings, and are prepared to execute orders for all articles in their line. JOHN ARTHURS, JOHN NICHOLSON, GEO. M'CANDLESS. june 11 dtf LARGE Looking Glass Plates and Fancy Hardware. Just received at the Pittsburgh Looking Glass Manufactory, No. 54 Wood street, four doors below Founh, an assortment of Extra Fine French and English Looking Glass Plates of various sizes, suitable for Mantel or Piers, with new patterns for Frames, with handsome new style of Ornaments. Also, a superior lot of Fancy Hardware and Silver Plated Goods, such as fine Cake and Fruit Baskets, Servers and Trays, Drinking Cups, Butter and Fruit Silver Bladtd Knives, Gothic and Sandwich pattern Tea Waiters, in setts, fine plated Snuffers and Trays, Revolving Cut Bottle Castors, w ith Plated and Britannia Frames, (entirely a new article in this market,) White Balance Handle Knives and Forks, in setts of 52 pieces, fine Fenders with Brass Mountings, Brass Curtain Pins suitable for Venetian Blinds, white peail color Glass do. of eastern manufacture; with a variety of articles connected with house furnishing. T. A. HILLIER. june 23 lm OCTOR CHAYTOR, late of Baltimore. Office 4th street, one door below Market. july 8 3m Office Bank United States, Pittsburgh, July 6, 1S36. t A T a meeting of the Board of Directors of JL the Bank of the United States, on the 25th ultimo, the following named gentlemen were elected Directors of the Office in this city to serve lor the ensuing year: Michael Allen, William Wade, Jacob Forsyth, Wm. W Irwin, Jesse Lippincott, Wm. Bell, Charles Avery, Abishai Way, John M. Snowden, Thomas Bake well, Moses At wood; Patrick Mulvany, And, at a meeting, on the 5th instant, Michael Allen was unanimously elected President The Oifiee is now open for business the discount days are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday .Notes must be oliered the days preceding. July 6, 1836. GOOD INTENT, SWIFT LINE. Through to Philadelphia Direct, ET CAN'AL PACKET BOATS AXD RAIL ROAO CARS. FIRST SEASON NEW LINE. THE proprietors respectfully acquaint the public that their line is now in successful operation, performing the trip to Philadelphia, by Pennsylvania Canal, Portage and Columbia Rail Roads, in the unprecedented time of LESS THAN FOUR DAYS. This line commenced this spring, consequently the Packets and Cars are new and of the most modern and beautiful construction. They have been built for speed, and will rival any Boats in the United States in every particular. The Line is connected with the Good Intent Steam Packet Line to Louisville. Being desirous of public patronage, no pains or expense has been spared, to render the line, in every respect pleasant and agreeable to the traveler. Fare through to Philadelphia 12 dollars. Leaves Pittsburgh daily at 9 o'clock in the evening. M. DUBBS, Jr., Agent. OiEces Opposite the Exchange Hotel, Pittsburgh, and at the starting point at the Canal Basin, Liberty street. july 9 DYSPEPTIC'S MONITOR. The Nature, Causes, and Cure, of diseases called the Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Hypochondriacs, Melancholy, ic; by J. W. Avery, M. D. This useful work may be found at JOHN I. KAY & CO'S. july 16 corner of Wood and 3d streets. JEW BOOKS. Ups and Downs, or the Life of a Distressed Gentleman; by the author of "Tales and Sketches such as they arc:" in 1 vol. 12 mo. Paul Ulric, or the Adventures of an Enthusiast; by Morris Matson, Esq, of Philadelphia: in 2 vols. 12tno. Harper &. Brothers, New York. JOHN I. KAY & Co. corner of Wood and Third streets. July 13, 1836. BARNES' DEFENCE and other Documents. The way of Salvation, a sermon delivered at Morristowii, N. Jersey, February 8, 1629, by Albert Barnes; seventh edition together with Mr. Barnes Defence of the sermon, read before the Synod of Philadelphia, at Lancaster, October 29, 1330; and his "Defence" before the Second Presbytery of Philadelphia, in reply to the charges of the Rev. George Junkin. Just received and for sale by JOHN 1. KAY & CO. corner of Wood and Third streets. July 13, 1636. Good Intent Fast Zttail Stage, -oirll rifVl CARRYING only six passengers west of Chambersburgh, leaves Pittsburgh daily, at 4 o'clock in the morning, via Ligonier, Bedford, Chambersburgh, Gettysburgh, York, &c, 82 oV"l"j"l miles on the Columbia and Lancaster IggsJ- Rail Road, to Philadelphia. Through, io i nnaceipnia in less than 56 hours; to Baltimore in 46; being only two nights out by this line to either city, and the only one connected at Chambersburgh for Baltimore. PETERS, MOORE & CO. Pioneer Fast Line PACKET BO ATS and RAIL ROAD CARS, Being exclusively for passengers, leaves Pittsburgh daily, at nine o'clock in the evening, via Pennsylvania Canal, Portage and Columbia Rail Ifoad, to I hiladelphia, in less than four days. Passing over all the rail roads in daylight. The boats of the above line were all built last season, and refitted up in a superior style, commencement of the present; and for comfort, safety, and expedition, not equalled by any other on the route the Rail Road cars are new, and of an elegant construction, running on 8 wheels, and carrying 40 passengers being the number limit ed to the boats. We only ask them to judge for themselves, by traveling in the line. The personal attention of every member of the company, who resides on the lice, is directed to the business. OWNERS. J. K. MOORHEAD, S. P. DARLINGTON, TASSEY &. CHURCH, DR. P. SHOENBERGER, Pittsburgh. U. J. II. MIUrJ.NBKKUfcK, LOGAN &. KENNEDY, SILAS MOORE, J JAMES M'CAH AN Ho jDidaysburgh. JAMES COFFEE, A. P. W 1 1 .SON, i .. , J. G. MILES, Honitngdon, J. ROY ER, Springfield Furnace. a. c. wilson, ; r JAS. BURNS. JLewistown. WILLIAM COLD EN, 1 HENRY BUEHLER, Harrisburgh. MICHAEL BUR K, ) ETOffices for the above lines 48 Wood street, opposite the Pittsburgh Hotel; next door to the Exchange Hotel; and at the Canal Basin, bead of Peon street. A. HENDERSON, Ajent. May 23 Yal Ionia JUIis for Sale. "K" ILL sell my r arm, near the mouth of JL Big Whitcley Creek, Green count) Pa., containing two hundred and tixty acres of first rate land, nearly the whole of which is under post and loard fence about 160 acres of land cleared, 70 or 80 acres set in timothy and clover. This r arm is situated in a rich, healthy, and fertile grain growing country; abounds in stone coal and lime stone, and lying convenient to the Monongahela river, is and will become immense ly valuable, on account of its coaL Big White-ley Creek runs through the Farm, watering all the fields, and affords one of the greatest water-powers in West Pennsylvania. By means of a tunnel, cut 100 feet through a hill, 50 feet fall is obtained, which secures the working of the wa ter twice over. There are erected on the premises one two story STONE MILL, running two pair of French Burrs and one pair of Country Stones, with 20 feet overshot water-wheels; one Saw-Mill, capable of cutting any quantity of stuff; Fitxing-Mill and Carding Machines, Spinning and Wea ving Machines; five comfortable Dwelling Houses, w ith the necessary Barns, Stables, and Outhouses. To speculators, or persons wishing a comfortable home, this property offers inducements equal ed by few in the State. tor further particulars inquire ot u. ti. v . Beale, of Allegheny county, Pa., or the subscriber, living on the premises. GEORGE REPPERT, Vallonia, Green co., July 2, 1836 dlm&.w3m The National Gazette will insert daily for one month, Harrisburgh Telegraph will insert weekly for three months, and charge tnis office. JUST RECEIVED, 110 dozen Lucifer Matches, Thermometers, Solution Kreosote, Card. Seeds, Gum Kino Real, Carb. Ammonia, Calc. Magnesia. For sale by july 9 HOLMES L KIDD. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers was dissolved by mutual consent, on the 1st inst. All persons indebted to KINGSLAND, LIGHTNER & CUDDY, and all persons having demands upon them, will adjust accounts with L. KINGSLAND & ISAAC LIGHTNER, who are authorized to collect all debts due to the company, and required to pay all demands against it. L. KINGSLAND. ISAAC LIGHTNER, JAMES CUDDY. The suliscribers will continue the Foundry business, in the name of KINGSLAND &. LIGHTNER. Foundry and Warehouse, corner of 5th and Smithfield streets; and Warehouse on Liberty street, at the old Jackson Foundry premises. L. KINGSLAND, ISAAC LIGHTNER. june 21 d2m Loan Wanted OF 5 or 10,000 dollars, from one to five or ten years: security given on Real Estate to more than double the amount. Persons wish ing to loin will please mention the rate of interest, and terms, and address Pittsburgh Post Office, Box No. 13. july 11 lET-AIl the city paper publish three times. "PITTSBURGH FLINT GLASS MANU- H FACTORY. This well known establish ment will henceforward be conducted by Benja min, Thomas, and John P. BakewelL in conjunc tioo with John P. Pears, under the firm of Baketvclls & Co. Their works having recently undergone a thorough repair, are now in complete operation, and they offer for sale a general and extensive assortment of Flint Glassware, of every descriptisn including Apothecaries' Shop Furniture, Hall Lamps Bureau .Mountings, rressed ranca iur Steam Boats, fee, &C, together with a great variety of Britannia and Japan Castors, with plain and cut Bottles, &.C., &.C. Wanted, first quality Pearlash, for which cash will be paid- July I dim. JOHN A. MUREL, of Tennessee. A History of the detection, conviction, life, and designs of John A- Murel, the great Western Land Pirate: together with his system of villan-ies and plan of exciting a Negro Rebellion. Also, a catalogue of the names of four hundred and fiAy-five of his mystic clan-felkwg and followers, and a statement of their efforts for the destruction of Virgil A. Stewart, the young man who detected him; to which is added, a biogra phical sketch of V. A. Stewart, by Augustas Q. Walton. Esq. Price 12S cents. Just received and for sale by JOHN I. KAY &, CO. corner of Wood and Third streets. July 19, 1836. PITTSBUk C0MMx B. A. Fahntstock, - J. W. Burw D. B. SMITH & V. HOiv Wholesale and Retail Drvggx N. X. CORNER OF ARCH AXD SIXTH 6TRk- Philadelphia. RUGGISTS, Booksellers, and Country Mer chants, supplied on liberal terms with Os borne's American Water Colors, (the Manufactcv ry of which forms a partof their Establishment.) Drawing paper and Bristol boards, various sizes, Camel hair and Sable hair pencils. Varnish brushes and Portrait brushes, Poonah and Theorem colors and brushes. Colors and Brushes for painting on velvet. Jackson's drawing pencil's. Varnishes in great variety. Pink, Blue, and Go'.d and Silver Saucers, India, Black, ar.d Red Inks, Diamond Cement, for repairing broken Glass. China, &.c. Durable Ink for makring linen, muslin, &.C, Do. improved, to use without the common preparing liquid, thus saving-much fkne and trouble. And a general assortment of Drawing Mate, rials, &.c.,of the best quality and on moderate terms. july 5 tf ONTAGUL'S BALM, an Indian Reme dy for Tooth Ache. The established re putation and constantly increasing demand for this effectual remedy of pain and preservation of the teeth, has induced the subscriber to offer it to the American Public. Arrangements have been made to supply Agents in all the principal cities and towns in the L'nitcd States, so as to place it within the reach of those suffering and likely to suffer with this most harrassing of all Aches, Tooth Ache. When applied according to directions given cn the bottle, it has never failed to afford immediate and permanent relief; it also arrests the decay in defective teeth, and relieves that soreness which so frequently renders a strong tooth useless. Tho application and remedy arc simple, innocent, and not unpleasant, and the large number of persons in different sections of the country, that have already experienced such delightful and salutary effects from the use of this Balm, are ready to bear, (for the public good,) their testimony, to its un-rival'ed qualities. It is an Indian Remedy, obtained singularly, and unexpectedly, and may be regarded by the Civilized World as the most valuable discovery of the Red Man of the Woods. Price, 75 cents each. Just received and fc; sale by SHINN & SELLERS, Corner of 3d and Wood streets. june 3 2 months BRICK FOR SALE. 60.000 NEW BURNT BRICK for sale by O. O. GREGG, at Evsns' Mill. Builders wanting Brick through the season can apply as above. may 20 Merchant's Book Insnrance Office, No. 83 Dock street, Philadelphia, and Corner of Liberty and Eight streits, Pittsburgh. CAPITAL, 6o,ooo DOLLARS. HE subscriber, being aware ot the superior quality of his Abestos rire Proof Chests, and from the many severe tests which they have had in recent fires, is prepared to insure, at tb.9 offices, in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, all Books, Papers and Documents, which may be deposited in bis chests, from loss by fire; as may be specified in the Puhcy, which will be given at the time of purchase. The subscriber respectfully refers the public to the following gentlemen, who have witnessed the superiority of his chests on different occasions. The following gentlemen were present at different times and places where fires occurred and bear cheerful testimony to the superior excellence of the subscriber's chests. Baltimore. R. Lemmon &. Co.; John Boggs &, Co.; James Corner &, Son; Harrison &. Ster-rett; Wilson Sc. Petsrkin; John G. Cha pell; Isaiah Mahkin; James Thompson; John W. Brown; Win. Crawford, Jr.; H. Thompson &. Sou; Lawsoa &. Brice. Richmond, Va. A Pleasants, Jr.; II. W. Sc. J. J. Fry; Nathaniel Dunlop; J. McKildoe; Wm. Sinton, Teller U. S. Bank; Samuel S. Suinders; A. Partridge; John H. Eustace; Henry Clarke. Camden, N. J. Samuel Ashrnead, CI Walnut street, Philadelphia; J. Harmstead, 3SJ north Fourth street, do-; Charlton Fotts, 23 North Second street do.; Wm. Abbott, 97 Chesnut street. do.; W. W. Cooper, Cincinnati, Ohio; John Ilur- lings, Sixth and Plumb streets, Philadelphia; Geo. Broadman, Camden, N. J4 Isaiah Toy, rerry Master, do. I have had one of Mr. John Scott's Iron Fire Proof Chests in my conntiog-house for the last year, and during that time have had my count ing-house broken open twice, and robbed 01 what could be obtained; but my books, papers, &c. en tirely preserved from depredation; having been kept in the chest At one time in particular, every exertion was made to break it open, but without success. It was also rolled to the door, for the purpose of taking it off, but the attempt waa unsuccessful. THOMAS RIDGLEY. November 27th, 1334. Lumber Merchant. New York, Dec 29, 1535. Mr. John Scott Sir In answer to your inquiries, wo believe that your Patent Abestos Chests are fully as good, if they do not surpass, any other chest that we have ever seen. We therefore recommend them to the attention of all persons who wish to supply themselves with Iron Chests. The following facts will enable every person to judge: At the time of the great fire on the 16th, we had two single (one of them of your manufacture) Iron Chests, in which we put our valuable books, papers, notes and money. The chests were exposed to the same heat for seven hours and on being opened, your chest was found to have preserved every thing that had been put into it, but of the other chest, not a vestige was left nnconeumed. Very respectfully, Your most obedient servants, HUBBARD &. CASEY. The above was the only Patent Abestos Chest that was in the late fire, and numerous witnesses are willing and ready to testify to the truth of the certificate. Papers are perfectly secure in these chests from thieves, as several attempts have been made to open them, without success, of which several certificates may be seen at the office ef the subscriber. JOHN SCOTT. Orders received, and tho articles forwarded to any partof the United States, by the manufacturer, JOHN SCOTT, No. 83 Dock street, PhUa-delphia, and corner of 8th and Liberty streets, Pittsburgh At Baltimore, by Thomas Kennedy, corner of Charles and Vine streets Richmond, by John Oiay New Orleans, by S.Thompson S, S. Goodman, Cincinnati W. IL Bacon &. Co, Louisville J. Samuel Sc. Co , St. Louis J. Sc. R. Yeatman fc Co,"Nashville and MOSES ATWOOD Front street, Pittsburgh. July 20, 1636. lly.
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