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ercury and Illanufakurer
d WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
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Single copies, SIX CENTS.•
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ths, . $13,00 Six months, $23,00
r, 25,00 One year, 35,00
rgrr advertisements In prorortlon.
t S of four lines Six DOLLARS a year.
ÜBLIC OFFICE S, &C.
POSY Ovries. Third between Market and Wood
R. M. Riddle, Postmaster.
ote llocsa, Water, 4th door from Wood st. - Peler
ilding3—Major John Willock, Collector.
Tay•sonq, Wood between First and Second
James A. Bartram, Treasurer.
TREASURY, Third street, next door to the
-byterban Church—S. R. Johnqbon, Treasurer.
Orrice, Fourth, between Market and Wood
'exander Hay, Mayor.
TIT ' S nal-LANGE, Fourthinear Market Si.
:Ron, between Market and Wood streets, on
Fourth street , :.
Nrs' AND MANeFAcTritEns . AND FAR mens' DE'
x, (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, between
d Market streets.
am, Firth street. near Wood.
°sluts tiocsx, Water street, near the /fridge.
.• GE corner of Penn anti Sr. Clair.
ANIS . Il ore r., corner of Third and Wood.
AN tinier—corner or Third and Smithfield.
STATE 4. corner of Penn , treet and Canal.
• Esor.e.., liberty street, near Seventh.
RT WOO OS, ATTORNEY AND
UNSE LLOR AT L . —Office remo
well's offices on Grant st., neatly 'oppeAte
, urt [louse, next rooms to John D. ahon,
t floor. srp M
• H. ELLIOTT, M. D.—office rernored to
Clair street, betwcea Pcnn and Liberty
GOODS.—Preston k !Mackey, whulesnle and
it dealers in English. French., aril Domestic
a, No. V.l, Market at , Putslnirch. se e p 10
NDLESS & M'CLURE, Attorneys and
ounseitors nt. Law: Office in the Diamond, back
. Court House, Pittsburgh. srp 10
OVAL.— R. Morrow, Alderman; offi a north
e of Filth st,, between Wood and Smithfield
iurch, seri 10
n'I)EVITT, Wholesale Grncur RectifOng
And Dea , er In Produce and l'llishurgli
lured Articles, Xo. 224 Liberty Street, Pitt,
left. DI !MIR
LI A 3IS & LIV ORT esa lc
too , . produce o Coin
Pittsburgh Manufactured *rifule„ , , No. 29,
(rif . 1 1 RA ROBINSON, Attorney al Law
Ura - . on the nort side of the Diamond.betwee
nd Union st re. L.:, up stairs sep 10
DURBORAW, Attorney at Lan; tender
s proies , iooal sere ices to the public,. Office cor
•it and Market Streets, above D. Lloyd 4-
...I.ur2h, Pa. sep 10
'RIFF JAS. N. KEAN
IFF & KEAN, Manufacturers of Copper
and Sheet Iron Ware, No 80. Front st
louse Spouting and Si caitiboai work pr e omptly
II YOUR • Fit ANCIS 1.. YOUNG
. B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture War. ,
outs, Corner of Hand st. Exchange Alley.
• fishing to purchase Furniture, will find it to
• tage to give us a call, being Cully satisfied that
• ase as to quail* and price. sep 10
ON LIAMS.—Just received 160choic , Mot
• Hams, well cured and for sale cheap by ihedo
tall, by ISAAC HARRIS,
N 0.9, Filth st
A RAG A.— sopp'y of Landreth's FreFh Rft•
Baga, and whet differ, nt varieties of Tur,ol ,
t received and for sale at REDUCED PRICES at the
d Seed Store of F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 134 Liberty street, head of Wood.
B CLOSEY,S . Boot and Shoe Manufacto
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., next door to the U. States
adies Prnnella, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
-t mantirr, and by the newestPrench patterns.
OMORUS MULTICAULUS. in lots to sui
purchasers; to be disposed of by
F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 134 Ltberly street, head of Wood
IA ROOTS, Flowers and Flower seeds of ev
description, can always be had at the
store jif P. L. SNOW DEN.
181 Liberty street, head of Wood
.111lnois Annual litauiniolli Onion Peed, for
e at the Drug and Seell :don , . of
IR4 Liberty 'etreel, head of Wood.
BS. NEW JERSEY SWEET POTATOES,
For seed; just received by
F. L. SNOW DEN,
No. 184, Liberty head of Wood v t
!sl TOOLS, consisting bf Hoes. Fancy Spades
nsplaining Trowels, Edding TOOlB, Budd:fly,
using Knives, Pruning Shears. etc., just re-
for sale by P. L. SNOWDEN
184 Liberty street, head of Wood
E Venison Hams.--Just received a small sup.
of very choice cured Venison Dams, on retail
k i w i for current money.
ISAAC fl %RBIS. Agent,
and Corn. Morcliaid.
E Dutch Clover Seed, Orchard Grass and
eutucky Blue Grass, always on hand and for
F. L.SNOWDEN, I
No. va4 Liberty street, head of Wood..
been favorable as an attentive landlord, and make rem
: IMICiI AN AV, Attorneys at Law, office scmable bills—be most re, pectfully Oaks a share ofputlic
. I .
.ved from tbe tbaroond, to “Attorney's How ,„ -
" p atronn.m
of Fourth street, belween Market and Wond , j-Boarders taken by the day, week, month or year.
seplo • i
STRATESTLANKS, for proceedings in At. NEW ITOTEL.—The subscriber respectfully in
forms his old friends and the public that he has
latent under the late law, for sate at this oiris
openea a Temperance Hotel,in filth Street,- near the Ex.
TALE.—Lots on the North East corner or Coal change Bank, and In the house lately occupied by Mat
te and 11141) street. Apply to thew Patrick, and has botsted an Iron Sign,The Iron
REND. DA RLI NG TON, Market. w, 4u, st. City Hotel," w here he will he very happy to tIICCOOOTOO
date all who may please to call on MM. His - table
shall be provided with the best fare, and every possible
evcommodation to town and country customers and
LBS. Landreth's French Sugar Beet Seed,lust
received and for sate at the Drug and seed
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty si reel. head of wood• 1 A few boarders who wish to lodge in their stbres or of.
, flee., can he taken. and gentlemen who live out of town
' 0 A' N Siff can their dinners
artnersinp heretofore existing l
between WIT, I Hehave
has large and good daily.
stables. and the heal day and
BY and BENJAMIN HOPEWELL Is this day Oats, and a good Hostler, and will accommodate travel.
y mutual consent. William Digby is authorised ers arutuentlemen who have horses.
ignature of the firm in settling up the business Boarders taken by the day, iveett ,or year. Charges,
firm. WILLIAM - 1318DY, more moderate than at any re.speetable Elate! in the ellY•
BONI, T.HOPEWELL. 1 sap JO ' ) JOON HMO.
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MERRITT,..6ENTIST, Office; Satitk
DV, fie id, between Seemul an& TAird Sta 4
s 10 P
BLANK PETITIOXIS I NOT/C.P6 e
. 1.3 7o be used. i Bankfuptcy proceedings:. prtoted on
gOottpatter,and in The fortas approved by theCoori,ffireale
at, the Office of the Mercury:and Demociat. • elepi 0
WM. Hit_TBBARD,' Lid i es' 'rash lo riable boot and
shoe Manufacturer,N-o. 101, Third st reet; between
Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh nap 10
BITCHMASTE.R, ATRNEY AT LAW,
N• has removed his office to the corner oil Fourth
street and Cherry Alley, between Smithfield and Grant
streets, Pittsburgh. Op 10
FOR RENT.—Thedwelling and lot containing 4
acres, in Allegheny, near the Beaver Road,Jately
occupledby Mr. Samuel Church. Apply at the Sterciiants
and Manufacturers' Bank, to W. H. DENNY.
sep 10 Cashier.
n AVID SANDS, Iv ATCH & CLOCK
4 1 ). A-0 MAKER, No. 95, Market street,
burgh, between Fifth and Liberty streets,
DEAL ER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, BREASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, COMBS, 4,e.
LANDRE'rIPS GARDEN SEEDS.— , A fall
supply of Lando oh's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at his agency, the Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
VAR. DAVID WARD hat his office and residence
25 on Fourth Street, nearly south of the Court House,
second dwelling from Ross street. He will faithfully attend
all calls pertaining to his profession. Night cane should he
made at the door above the basement. sep If)
EmovAL —Mail hew Jones, Barber and Hair Dress
er, has removed to Fourth street, oppositethe May•
ors office, where he will be happy to:wait upon permanent
or transient customers. He solicits a share of public nat-
REMOV A L.—W m. A. Ward, Dentist. has removed
to FilcCii'lougle.i R, three doors below Irwin street,
one square above the Exchange Hotel, Hours of business
from 9 A. M., unti 15 P. HI., after which hour he will at . .
tend to no one except in cases of actual necessity. H e
would further inrorm those who may think proper to
ein ploy hint, that he expects immediate payment, w it boo
Die necessity on his part of sending in bills. eep 10
oiri m , FAILL AND, Upholsterer and Cabinet
Third at. between Wood 4- Aferket streets,
respectful informs his friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards, Bu
reaus, Cha!rs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, I lair and Spring
Matt rasses, Curtains, Carpels, all sorts of Upholstering
work, which lie will warrant equal .o ally made in the
City, and on reasonable terms. per 1 0
COMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS, No.
110 Word Street, Pittsburgh.-12. A. Bailsman.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, is now prepared
to receive and sell all kinds of Goods and Merchandlze,
at his large and capacious looms, No. 110, North East
Corner of Wood and F,fth Streets, Fittsburch.
Regular sales of Dry Goods, Furniture, Groceries and
other articles, on Mondays and Thursday of each week.
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, and Fancy articles, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.
Books, kc.. every Saturday evening.
Liberal advances made on Consignments when wanted
Messrs. John D. Davis, Esq.,
• Tlagaley k Smith,
liampion. Smith, 4. Co.,
‘, F. Lorenz 4. Co.,
o J. W. Burhridge k Co.,
S. 51'f, ee co.
Capt. James M`Gargill, Pittsburgh.
C. I hmsen, Esq.
o Joon M 'Fadden Esq.
Logan 4- Kennedy.
J. K. Moorhead k Co.
,• Jas P. Stuart. Esq.
Robert Galway, Esq.
• Cant. Jas. May,
tt McVay. Hanna, k Co.
Wiliam Symms, Wheeling
o S.C. Henry, }. Louisville
Smith, Bagaley k Co. Phila.
sf. p 10
TOHN B. GUTHRIE, Auctioneer and Commis
sion Me reliant, No. 106, corner of Wood Sr Fifth sta.
Pitts bitr7 h: flaying been appointed one of the Auction
eers fax the City of PitslttirT,h. tenders his services to job
bers, manufacturers and dealers. who may he disposed
io make trial of this market• He is prepared to make
Advances on consignments of all saleable commodities.
and trusts to satisly correspondents by quick sales, and
+needy 'and favorable returns.
That the varicus interests which may i:e confided to
him, shall be adequately protected, he l•rings to the aid
of his own experience in business and acquaintance with
rnerchaudize generally, the services of Mr. SAlscra,
FAnszs . rocx; heretofore advantageously known, as an
importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent r rigagement Is made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan, Pres't. of M. 4- M.
•• Darlington 4. Peebles,
James U. Cooper,
• Jaynes May,
R. M. Riddle, Pittsburgh
11,ohinson, Jr. Pres't
of Exchange Bank.
Barnition,Sniith, 4- Co.,
• • John D. Davis,
J. K. Moorhead,
•• Jas. W. Brown 4• Co.
John H. Mown. 4. Co.
Yardly 4- 13 ~urn, Philadera
John S. Biddle, I
o John I fep 10
AMERICAN HOTEL.—CoI ner of Smithfield and
Third Streets, City of Pilislmigh, Pa.
JA.31118 S CLARK, (formerly of the Reed House, Erie,)
The Interior of this Rouse is entirely new, together
with the Furniture The House is large and contmo
ditms; beJ rooms and parlours are 1 leasantly ,situated,
being light and airy, fronting on two streets, which is a
desirable object to those that put up at a HOlft.l. This
muse is situated in the midst of the business part of the
city, within two squares of the regular Steamboat Land•
ing,and in the same Block of the Singe Office of ithe dir•
ferent Lines of Stages. Passengers putting up at the
above tamed Hotel. and wishing to take passage in ei•
titer oft be at•ovelint s, by making their intentionst known.
can have thr ir seats secured without any •trouble or in
convenience to them. Likewise those wno are going by
Canal or Steamboat can be conveyed with their baggage
free of expense,to any of their places of departuie. Per.
I sone traveling iti carriages, or private conveyaince, can
at all times find good Stabling at the above named Hotel.
This house is situated so very close to the new Court
House, that those having' business at court, will find il a
pleasant slopping place. From tile subscriber' long ex
perience as a landlord, and from his full determnation to
keep a quiet and well conducted rouse, he fon ly trusts
he will make the sojourn able guests pleasant and agree
able; and believing in his old motto, which has generally
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. -.- -_- ----,e.-- -.- _,--- $.8.111'1.: IlEill'irnift. filies*. i. ,
IMAS commenced !lir regular trips, and will run dal.
4 1 1
ii.. 1p (Bundaye exE pled.) Leaves Beaver US !Ili'
clock A. M ^ leaves r !burgh at 3 o'clock P. M. Arm
nects at Beaver with t e
Pennsylvania and Ohio Line
of 'Freight aad Packet Canal boats between aeaver,and
Cteveland^Ohle;, and *mashie, Pennsylvania. Lining.
Beaver daily at R•o'elock P. M. This line contreetsiOth
two daily lines on th Pentsyfirania canal tePhiladeL
phis, abd with the Netv York and Ohio Bacon the Eftle:
canal, and New York ond Ohlo line and Ohio eanal,ll.
so with steam freight and passage boats, brigs and.
sehooners,on the Lakes. The proprietors of this . Wen;
known lino will be prepared on the opening or glutei.'
lion to transport merettandiae to tiny - or tile intermedt:
ate ports on -the Pennsylvania and Ohio, end Ohio ea•
oats; to any port , on Lake Erie, and the Upper Lakestto
and from New Yotk City and Philadelphia.
McClure Cl:rickey, Beaver, Pa.,
Cobb 'Wormer Co., Cleveland, 0.,
Rees,, Taylor, Warren, 0.,
JAMES A. VEAVI: Agebt,
N 0.60 Water street. Pittsburlh.
STEAM PACKET MICHIGAN,
it W. B. BOIEC - Alattier: , •
RUNS daily (Sunda+, s excepted,) between. PITTS,
BURGH Sr BEAVER. leaving Beaver at 8 A. M.
and Pittsburgh at 2 P. M. provided with Evans's Safe
ty Guard to prevent E7plosion of Boilers.
This splendid and fast running Steam Bort has jest
neen Complel ed exprvisly for this trade, and runs In
CLARKE ¢ Cos Pittsburg% , and Cleveland Lies of
• FBEIGHTAND• • PASSAGE BOATS, daily to
Or down the Ohio canal to Mas=ilon, Ae. and Erie Ex.
tension: Line to Greenville
Tile Canal Boats of this Line are towed to and from
Pittsburgh direct, and the business conducted on the
most prompt and economical system., Having connec
tion with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Philadel•
phia and Baltimore, and Steamboats running down the
Ohio river; also, through our Agents at Cleveland, with
C. M. Reed's Steamboats and several Lake Vessels, and
the T roy and NI lc higan and Butraio Lake boat lines on
the Erie canal, we are prepared Cur the transom tation
of Freight to and from all points on the canal, the lakes
and the Rivc r, or the Eastern cities, at prices as !ow as
any other line.
A only to 0. Jtf. Harrow, No. 55 Water st, or at Steam.
boat Michigan's Landing. Pittsburgh.
Clarke 4. Co. Beaver.
Bubb and Fj Weather/tee, Wa*n.
Wheeler k CO. Akron:
Thomas Rirasiond 4- Co. Cleveland.
J. R. Wick 4 Co t , Greenville;
W. C. Malen, Sharon,
R. W. Cunningham. New Castle,
John Kirk. Youngstown,
John Campbell. Newton Falls;
Campbell 4- Miller, Campliellstown;
Babcock; k Mcßride, Ravenna;
C. 4- D. Rhodes, Franklin;
11. A . Miller 4. Co.. Cuyah4gll .
Wells= n 4. W h ite bead, iftlikio9o:: •
Gordon Williams, kt . etllloi"
!thine, Davis 4- tat*: •
Cowing, Richmond, Wit.lloo 4 Crr. - vNely York.
. N EW LIGHTS:— The Home Learstratiqu /
portant to the Frarlis.—TheStilernribers. Agents for
Carr's Pater! Lamps fOr ;turning ROrett Lard or other fatty
substances. have Just received a quantity of the Lamps, to
which they would respectively call the attention of the
public. They are perttliarly alapted WAIN: present hard.
limes, as it becomes all' parts of the community to econo
mise in all things; and in °Meting their Lamps to the pub
ic, the suhsrribers feel fully' satisfied, and are ready to
satisfy tile most incredulous that in using their Lamps
there is a real saving of ar least 50 per cent. over any oth
er Lamp now in use, and a certainly of having a light
equal, if not superior, to that obtained from the best Sperm
Oil, and, unlike the Carnphine, there is no danger of ex
plosion; and the consti eiction is so simple, ail it equires
little or no experience to keep them always in order.
We would most particularly call the attention of people
living in the country to examine these Lamps, as we ftel
satisfied that there is scarce a family that does not annu
ally waste lard and grease enengh to keep them constant
ly with the best light, if applied to these Lamps, whereby
the whole expense- of oil and candles would be
saved. We would invite all to conic anti examine for
themselves that they may he satisfied that there is. nor
can he, no deception, as it is our &Jeri that every one
should he fully convinced of their utility and superiority
, ser all other lamps now in use. as well as In regard to
the superior light they give, as to the great saving; as we
do positively assert that forty cents worth of lard will
burn s long and give equally as good, if not better light,
than one gallon of the best Spertn Oil. which will cost
31,50; farther, there is no smoke or disagreeable smell
arising from the burning of lard, which cannot be said of
Oil, or that abominable and dangerous stuff called Corn
phine Oil, or Spirit Gas.
"-Most oil lams noVir in use can be altered as to burn
lard, which alteration the subscribers will make at a rea
gonable price. They will also purchase second-hand
lamps, or exchange the lard lamps for them.
BROWN 4- RAYMOND, Third Street,
sep 10 nearly opposite Post Office, Pittsburgh.
n,.., JIJ , Johnson, Bookbinders and Paper
_ ------' i Rulers. S. W. corner of Wood and
--: ....-2 Feurt4 streets,are now prepared to a:•
c ----_ -7F..-. ecutt all kinds of Bookbinding rind Pa.
, - _ per Ruling with neatness and despatch.
""...--- Mi-Biank hooks ruled and bound to
any given pattern at the shortest notice.
N.B. All work done at the above is warranted. (.ep 10
a tebi l
WM. BIDDLE, Surgeon Dentist, has returned to
his old stand. No. 107, Smithfield Street,
where lie can be consulted any hour during the day,
on his profession. tam 10
REMOVAL.—George Armor, Merchant Tailor,
respectfully ahnounces to his friends and pa
trons, that he has retnoved his establishment fronr . hitt
old stand, in Third street, to the corner of Front and
Smithfield, in the basement story of the Monongahela
noose; where he tweeds keeping on hand a aenernt as.
sortment of Pashiopable Goods, suitable for Gen
He 'hopes. by elOse a paliration, to merita share of the
Business so liberally gxtended to him at his old stand.
N. Et Flaying, madearrangcments in New York and
Philadelphia, wilh the most Fashionable Tailors, for
the reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers
may rely on having their orders executed according to
he latest slyle
PITTSBURGH (lit CI:MATING AND REFERENCE
I.IBR ARV of Religious, Historlca',Poll , Iceland Mis
cellaneous Works, will be open every day, Sabbath ex.
cepted, "rom '7 o'clocdt, A. M., until 9, P. M. In the Ex
change Building,corner of St Flair street and Exchange
alley. where punctual attendance will be given by •
sep 10 J. GEMEIL.
WASHINGTON HALL.—The subscriber has
opened the late residence of James Adams, Esq.,
deceased, for the r4ceptlon of visitors' and hoarders;
the house is very pleasantly situated on the hank of the
Ohio, 2 miles from the city—possessing all the delight.
ful accompnnimentsi of a country yesidence, t,vithititst
being too far distant for persons doing business In the
city. Visitors will ie furnished with every delicacy of
An Omnibus runs i'egularly every hour from the Alle
gheny end of the ,
8.--No Alcohotic beverages kept.
FLrSBILTRGEL CUTLERY, and Surgical Th.
ittrunient Manttractory.—The Subscriber manatee.
tares. and keeps colstantly on hand, every description
of Cuttery;Surglced nd Dental instruments; Tailors.tialr.
Dressers, end 'Hatters' Patent Shears, Saddlers'AtiolttAc...'
o,All goods manufatitured of the beet materiels, and nil
orders attendidto tit the greatest despatek s at tlM i low;
_est Cash prices. , - • ,
Jobbing in gen e and warrante d to
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CAMOMILE PILL L 8 .—ABR A.
..; . + 4 • 411 t CLEMBIL, residing at 66 Mott street.
Prel!„ *94 was *filleted - with WilnePsia in U. neon
Amp. - -The symptoms were violent bad ,
irellintU t reveir , 'CO I ItiVInWaS, cough, baprt.
bur lathe Idler eating*
seirentirm atdiking at the stewed!,
forria*Vjgne, MIMI, with frequent vomltings, dizziness
tout night. and maleness, These had continued hp.
unifirof a twelvemonth, when.• oh consulting Dr. Wat.
ZWlLlVlltrithani street; and submitting to hi. ever
fiarid agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
WastiOnapietely restored to health In the shunt space of
oneWienth, and grateful for the incalculable benefit dui,.
ed. gladly- came forward end volunteered the above state
Fair -salts'Wholesale and Retail by •
R. E. BlILLER,l4.4gent,
N 0.20, Wood street, beim" Seeond.
LINIGNIMirrr--William Moody, of the eltrof
ritlxburgis, merchant, having, on thelsth of 411101111 P
jrailit e e' canted to the snbscribers an assignment of all his
estate4Cal,personal,and mixed, in Trust for the tweediest
hiseicilitonswith certain preferences therein specifiedmnd
n ttaisaifor the benefit of certain °fhb credlfors who
shat webefore the 115th day of April next, at 12 o'-
telbetinerldian,execute unto him, and for his use, a re
teasifin fall of all claims against him.
itihemstiy given, that said deed of assignment
an release mentioned twit, are left at the make of 0.
Tiieti Esq.; in the Diamond, where the same may be
setillitnd eseeited - brall persons interested.
JEREMIAH DUNLAVY. Amlieneel'
Fen SALE.-40 M Kentucky &gars, 80 `wooden
howls assorted sisal).
200 dozen 8.10, 10 12, 10.14 window sash.
30 Beams of Writing, letter, and wrapping paper.
11)0 pieces paper hangings, bonier, kc.
5004oass wafers, 2044 , 11 white lead.
30,1tottes and lbs. of Cotton Ball.
30 bores 2d and 3d quality of Raisins.
20 dos chip hats and corn brooms.
60 packages family medicines assorted.
All of which will he sold on accommodating terms
for cash, produce, and Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and
almost all ancurrent bank notes taken in payment on the
best possible terms. • ISAAC BARRIS,
Agent and Commission Merchant,
No 9, Fifth street
TJ. FOX ALDEN Attorpey and Counsellor at
°, Law. Cars his professional services to the r.it
izens. : of Pittsburgh and hopes for n share of public pat
ronage. Ile will execute all kinds of writing with neat
ness ana dispatch. Cases In bankruptcy attended to on
reasonable terms.—Office in Smithfield street, at the
house of Mr. Thomas O'Neil, to whom he refers.
pep 10 T. J. FOX ALDEN.
DAVID CLARK, Ashionablo Boot Maker,—
Has removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Seiond . and Third streets, Where be would be happy
to see his old customers. and all others who feel dining.
ed to patronize him. He uses clothing but first rate
stock, and employs the best of workmen; and as he gives
Ins constant personal attention to business, he trusts that
he will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
FRUITS, ICE CREAM, CONFECTIONARY.—
..A Ranker respectfully informs his friends and the
public-that they can always find the best quality of Ice
Cretriks. together with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in their season. at his establishment—No.. 11.
Fifth street, het ween Wood and Market.
N. o.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
caltes. , Cor anything In his line. Also families furnished
with. Bread. ' sep 10
DGOODVIS Celebrated Female Pills. These
5. Pills arestrongly recommended to the notice of
the 10Ies as a safe and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their eel, from want of ex
ercise, or general debility of the system.. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
affectianE These Pills have gained the sanction and
apprikatise-of themost mottleat -Physicians tir,t . tivethd
ted 'Slates and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
'Retail. by R. E. S'ELLERS, Agent',
s ep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
inGBY—No. 121, Corner of Wood and Front
KA • Streets, Pittsburgh, has on hand a complete as•
sortmentof Queensw are suited to the city or country
trade. Also, a choice selection of pure white and gold
hand DINING AND TEA WARE, in large or small sets,
or separate pieces to suit purchasers.
A cask of 46, 60,..0r 84 piece sets, superbly painted
and gilt English China Teaware, at very low prices.
Toy Teaware. plain, and rich painted and gilt, from
1,00 to $5,00 per set.
Children's Muss of every description.
White Chinn Shaving Mugs.
Granite Dining at d Tea !Services, In white and with
splendid American scenery printed in blue and black.
A large variety of Steamboat Dining and Breaking Sets,
imported to match. complete,
, Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the
Flint and Green Glass, In all their varieties.
Window Glass, of every sine.
Patent Buckets, Tubs and Reefers.
Stone Pipe Heads, kc. ttc, kc.
All of which are respectfully offered to the pob.
tic on the most favorable terms. Jan 26, 1842-1 Y
W 7 . Arum, Boot and Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
opposite the head of Smithfield at., Pittsburgh.—
'Me subscriber having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old stand of Mr. R., and is prepared to execute
ail descriptions of work in his line, in the hest manner
and on the shortest notice. lie keeps corstantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findings of all descriptions and
of the hest quality. De solicits the patronage of the pub
lic and of the craft. W Dd. ADAIR.
PITTSBURGH MANUFACTORY .—springs
and Axles for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The subscribers manufacture and keeps constantly on
hand CoatP,C and Eliptic Springs (warranted,) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated Hub Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leathe•,
Silver and Brass Lamps, Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Poor Handles and Dingell, 4.e., 4-e.
JONES R COLEMAN.
St. Clair si... near 'l e ,ttlegheny Bridge.
LAlt 'olL,—Tha Subscriber would most respectfully
Inform the public in genera that he has an article of
aLrd Oil ofa superior quality,manufactu red at the Cincin
nati Oil Manufactory,by R.W.Lee Co,,which is warran
ted tO be equal to the best Sperm. Oil, both for Light and
Machinery. This Oil is entirely free from any glutinous
matter, smoke, or unpleasant odor, ttakit is as clear and
as white as spring water. Nnt a particle .of crust is left
On the wick. The light is pure and brit:hint,
and will last as long, If not longer, titan that from an
equal quantity of Sperm. Oil. The , autiscriber informs
the publiethat he has taken a place nearly opposite the
Post Office, where he will light-up several different lamps
eve:y evening, and he would respectfully invite the in •
habitants of Pittsburgh, A Ilegheny,and their vicinity, to
call, and judge for themselves. fie feels confident, they
will he convinced that the above statement , Is perfectly
correct. Out uftwo hundredimilviduals who have tried
the Oil,there has not been a single fault found with It•
The Lard 011 costs one third less than Sperm. Be would
respectfully solicit the early at of Dealers and Ma.
eitinistirto the ;above.
The following Wrches are now man the Lard Oil:
Second Prishiitirian Church, Pitt.burgh;
New Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Pltisbutgh,
First Presbyterian Church, Allegheny City,
Associate Reformed Church, do.
All Ihe barrels ail , branded R. W. LEE tt Co., Cincin
We, the undeaigned, Captains cf the Ewe's Line of
Packets, bn the Pennsylvania Canal, have tried and are
using an article of Lard Oil introduced here by Matthew
C. Edey, and manufactured by R. W. Lee it , Co., at tit
Cincinnati., Oil Factory.
We feel confident in asserting tlea;t he eove is egnal
to the best Stierm Oil; that it is entitely free from smoke
or any other glutinous matter whatever; the light is inks , .
fectly pare, clear and brilliant. and' will last as iougl If not
longer than that from an renal 'quantity of , SPerol.: o l4
We have no hestitation In recommending ill* onrSriends
and 1 0 theeeTsehirt use Oil:
nigKititlfurrinr, - Captain, Packet:Jolla
O: 140 . 111IDEfiltlatiff, Captaitti, - Tagli* Jorttinsarocir ,
dr? do Jells Madison .
BF* - TilMithl4i,d4 do=lllloaßwliK
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WM. C. BERN
M. C. EDEY, Agent
Pittebureb, June 210,1.842
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THE LITERARY -POST.
- IrheOld Man's Song.
Thine haii Bowe swiftly And marked me with ears;
H. has wrinkled my brew'and-Nnted my hair;
110 ha* bent el lookg 4otku that Mimi tinned to
He'll soon finish my coutmtifolyears rapidly ay
N'or PIM T alone—he' has linlitect-all than.
My friends are all marked =he has -spamdione
One by one we will drop tb.the cold silent van;
Time nevbilonte—he's 'no pity to sum.
Then watch yon. my brothi►r, tie'ready to Meet
This fell. ruthless monster, eithose enures it so
That when he shall call and summon you home,
You'll be wolfing the warning and ready to
come. " N. Y. 961edard.
Fro% thit New Haven Pithid
The following Ode, written los thi occielen, by
Dr. Percival, was sung by Mr. Pixebirs, at the re
cent celebration at; New , Haven, with admirable
Odd Fellows we are, in this cold iron world,
Fcr our hearts glow with charity bright;,
Odd Fellows in deed, for to help those in - need
Is our first and'our chiefest delight.
The mourner we comfort, the sick we attend,
We lift up the poor and down trod;
Every brother shall find, in his brother, a friend,
And isn't that, too, very odd.
Then a health to Odd Fellows! long life to Odd
Our order forever shall stand;
A health to Odd Fellows! long life to Odd Fellows!
Gie's a clasp of a brotherly hand.
The Odd Fellow watches the bed of his friend,
When he lingere in sickness and pain,
Nor ever is weary his pillow to tend,
'Till health shall renew him again.
But if in the cold grave his friend shall be laid,
Ile visits the children of sorrow;
By the Odd Fellow's kindness, the orphan is made
To forget the dark fears of to-morrow.
Then a heapb, &c.
Then just fo/a moment look into our school,
Where ttlittO, Odd Fellows are learning;
You must mac.e than odd if you than can keep
When each Odd Fellow'. bosom is yearning:
We are all of us add enough then to allow
That the sight can extract trorn us tears;
Indeed it is odd, and we cannot tell how,
But that sight, though it saddens us, cheers.
Then a health, &c.
We can say when three of us together . are met,
We are odd, and yet we three agree;
And when two by two we togethe: are set,
Though even, odd fellows are we.
Then let us rejoice in the name ofOdd Fellow!
You can't find a worthier name;
Wherever 'tie spoken, the hard heart grows mel
And charity lights up her flame.
Then - a• heath; `&c.
Notes fur a Tourist.
'Madam,' said a free-spoken, warmheart
ed, enthusiastic and quizzical son of old
Kentucky, while paying his devoirs to one
of the famous lady tourists of America,
'Madam, you should have been born in
America; the greatest cuuntry in the known
world; nature has clustered all her stupen
dous and dazzling works upon this land,
and you should be among them! We
have got the greatest men, the finest wo—
men, the longest rivers, the broadest lakes,
the tallest trees, the widest prairies, the
highest waterfalls, and the biggest hearts
in all creation.
'Madam, go and see the Falls of Niaga
ra. May the Lord take a liking to you,
my dear ma'am, if I didn't think I'd waked
right up in futurity when I seed that big
slantendicular puddle! (Slantenaicular it
an alge-bra word, ma'am, you,., mayn't
know it.) Why, madam, I could tell you
something about them falls-but you mus'nt
put it in your book, 'cos nobody 'II believe
it. The people that live about there all
lose their speech, and never hear each oth
er speak for years, with the noise of the
cataract! Fact, ma'am, as true as that's a
pencil and note-book you're taking ont of
your pocket. Why, there was a man liv
-1 ed there ten years, and be got so deft' he
never knew a man was speaking to him,
till a pail of water was poured down the
hack of his neck! When you go to see the
falls, ma'am, you must do all the talking
you want to before you get within tsenty,
five miles - of them; for after that not a word
of any kind can be heard!
'Then, ma'am, you should go and see
the great cave in Kentucky; where bats hi
hernaculate in countless millions. There
is not such another hole in the ground to
he fonnd upon the face of the , eatth.—
Ma'am, if you go back to England whir
out seeing our mammoth cave, you'll-bit
your f lot in it; no, beg pardon, exciirie me
that's quite unpossible; but you'll leave a
pretty big hole in the book you are going
to write. - There is no end known to kits
twenty five miles broad. One of the roftris
is called the 'Antipodean Chamber,' from
the unpronouncable fact that a man can
walk just as easy ttpott the ceiling as upon
the floor; and in the same apartment thete
is a fountain of bure brandy!
`You baint been South yet have you,
ma'am?—yeu haint seen the Mississip
pi river and the city of New Orleans?.
Well, 'ma'am, New Orleans is s_htmdred
and twenty-five feet below the levet of the:
sea, an the Missiritippi rnmAlwough cant
bridge right over the city! The inhabl-,
tants are chiefly alligators and screech-ovvhi
(the last word-has been vulgarly perverted
into Creole.). Their food is chiefly, gum,
Priicured froM trees in the swamp, and
WhiitifreY _call - gm 'Mira. - There if a - pli
pm. published thevk i s eAlted,the Picareim,
the name tfiing welt 'llloliiii as, signAcaili
of ili professed) :11f 0 4-065: upon * Kant's phi. -Y:
* o6 #4l";ftfiron 'oeillrOh. theTifigro!*
W 4l 1
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arkS ab i ag.; :this - ",.,.;' I:7 W
puz si-tibabelice_OrAhpsi 7
the * genus
rate. One *eh seee.tUtyt ' 14 :2
citizen who brutally
nown creature, but was lei ;; 7, 1 1
d sentenced to be hung, for
•lott wilt heir, i'lattath, ii . gt.,,.
bout Abe *al* PoPtifitb*.4l,
leairi,Pa phrase which tOli,i4
when I tellyou that the I,*
IA You ahluli have
tea - , liT ltial Oa aroi tl/1 .
you may *wilily aid; lento al
consolation for ye ti'
The compliniefit nit 'flifilitkos -- - lap
ads was not tont airine.Oltatietlllllf,* ~ , ,
low heie difuiltoOklititci iiiiitsi if - gjaftil li Kv,
female eopartnet in dootaetteridurt.:
on receiving receiving this attention from theioaltesc..:
Iron Band,' the old Cello* , appetite*
delivened himself as follows
Old. Felloties (othottro Adiiisi, . '; :,-,
"Most potent, grave, and cailons
My most unworthy, aninifirrived good thajdapv,
That I have teen away an old man's datighltati
It is most true, true I havelmariiell her; -- ' --,'-' •
Tharver Tf bead and foot of my offendint-: *
Hatkthrs extent, or more. Rude do you .ateres*. l . 4 `.
And little.seem you. blesaed with phrase of peneat
For since some seven hours ego to-night: ,
Till now sante enpaila mo l ted; you hairs tiled_
Your noisy action trr Cenfoieded fashion;
And little do I wish you now to squeak
More titan a dulcet notice of firewell.
So little, therefore, cnn'you grace my cane
In serenading me. Yet by your music
I will a sourid; driharrielsed tale deliter - -
Of my whole course of love; what hugsi !thee
harms, , ~.
What magnetism animal and Id forth. •
(For such proceeding and I charged withal,}
I won the lady with.-- - ,
Her father did his - irides with = us whe n .
business used tnbe darned sight better
than it is now. He used to ask me, to hii
house, and ask size about Old fir olic& of
mine, the battles, sprees, watt...le-hot:um I
had seen- '
I told him all , particularly bee, ,
cause I f ound his daughter tised to , run
away from the washtub to hear what I wail
saying. One day i asked her what thee
deuce she wanted, and she said I was kid
young to be a bachelor, and if rd tell some
pretty girl my story,_maybe I'd get a sritl,
Well, I just out with it at once, and to!
her all about my disinclinatidn to being
Illy ate ry being done,
She talked a deal of old shin.plastet notes;
She swore that they Were atniage=and pat e
dran g ,- ; . -
Quife pitiful, most wondrous pitiful;
She wished.she had n't got cith etn t
yet she wished that she had a great Many
more, provided they were all good;
Upon this hint I spoke:
She loved me for the money I could pawl;
And I loved her that she was juvenile;--
This only is the witchcratt.l have used." -
The hand gave three cheers, the 6 . 14
fellow gave several hundred death, mid
so the concert ended, highly to the tiatid
faction of all parties.
Extracti front the 6itseeti as t Red.??
A wotthy merchant is the eir of ad
venture whose hopes hang much iiiioithe
wind; upon a wciOdiin liOrsii bb fides
through the world, and in .ii Merry; gilif
makes a path through the sea; he is a dhi-.
coverer of countries, and a finder out or
commodities, resolute in his attairipti; end' '
royal in his expenses; lie is the life of trat:..
fic and the maintainer of trade, the sailor's
master and the soldier's friend; he is the:"
exercise of the eichanger the b.Cotiof of
credit, the observation of time, and
derstartding of thrift; his study is numbef;
ihis case , his accounts hie conifqthirceli-
science, and his wealth Ins good name; tie
fears no Scylla, arid sails - close by Clia9tti- '
dis, and having beaten out a storm, mid -.,,
at rest in a harbor; by his sea gain he '
makes his discoveries, and from blagiVi:
observation brings the models: or eichiat-:
tare; he plants the earth with foreign -
fruits, and knows at home what is goat
abroad; he is neat in apparel, , modest in
demeanor, dainty -in diet, twid civil is hie
carriages In sum, bola, a pillar of , a asp.:
_ i y ht
the enricher of a country; th funßahaf of
a crest, and the worthy se of a king;
As ttmiuiet. Woman. - ' n unclaiet.isti• - - - •
mai id-the misery of titan, ose demeati.:
or is not to be described tiut In extreetteif 4
ties;her voice is the pricking of an aril; :6-
' eye ihe poison of a cockatrice, her halleg- 14 '
the-claw of a cross Bile, and her heart's
catthiet of horror; she is the grief 0ft0 , 4-1"
tisii;•tbe wound (if wit, the trouble °riot
-804: „ :: :itif• abuse of time; her pride ti
to:ebic; -, her anger unquenchable, her: j..
wtOtatiabie and her malice Ummttellt;- -. -
ble T 4rhe -fea rs no colors, she cares for ii--°
coeferelilit( spares • no :petsona. nor ra-
s pieliczue* - '; ..:; her • eemmand is Siciiik.
heCt - ilier resolution sheik= nits -,
heir:,,, - -
~,:j . - so; she looks at
a:nd' - - - . 7 . ..- , , ~ lord; admits no,_;, --
Rod key no goed order; ohs': -- 1 - ',f s- ,,
but not of Christ; and: word - ,I.Pr'''f
grace; a creature„,but not of
arservaut, -.bet not of 'ooa.- to. - inr .
ii the seed of (fouble. - ' - -.
' ; . •
the ,taste of bitterness, auk 40
of death. , • .
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r:eas late atlmptio un the fill:.0
Tines traiters, Oar
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