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Park': 0.1 2 41W4-,....,ti:
.ass Seifert; -
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NOTICE—That eh '
fety Guard have , their
.f the apparatua.....e •
by sularepresentartiOlta at
be provided with the
boats supplied with tint
matter:h.—all except the
proved apparatus with
or an explosion to Dear:.
MILE OF ORLEAIN
J H. BILLS,
A ate respectfully nip
of a boat, to reflect a
not be to their - a '
,r, ty Guard boat, belt :
: , ronce to one noted
they trill bear I.
rt. and whoareenth67
••• I of reriificaZett from
;Mot which cart be secs
I, where it would g
lilt it avy intent= to
LitV ALLADEE EVA
—The extreme brainy/0
o•=e, and the frequency of
..'nlidlan for their p - -
In a slate of health as • •
o-1 , of existence, was
,very of the above •
are tinciure composed of
d of the tat*
irorn the teeth, MINIM
nnd pre:VA - Vell the scud
and, f its
11. e v 'rule et
•is eradirated Creel
r- indoldlatdc evitetl.
ha: twen cramined and
oans of this city. who
d n. it as an excellegt
ILL! 111 THORN, Apot
t t..ei street, Pittsburgtrjor -
t.. and at Cook's Medics! A •
r ion Mem/mat, Dealer if
n _Van sir act res,
1.1. 1 1: eat e:- 1 Dili er6
..ye. in Witkins toiraiddisi
one hundred and
rirnTed, and 11* ha
upon it three log dwel .
.in apple orchard of cine Are
of caul. The aphis be
• fares is tbe
ion In the submit*:
4 4.L1 AM WA LIACE.
I. inain and Fang?
F' , Gme Jthrunfacturer, Xo.
—Canvass Brushe, V 2
ea hand. Looking Masse&
er. Repairing done nt tbe
io regildiul, and joiddirt
m Roatz or houses will 60
sul.critere are noir
and of hero who - veisb w
made of the best esaleria
:- , rior to any offered totbe,
• , t 1 ntap nughftt,cated B,
Fitt.hure,h, will be "
DU'S LA P 1313 G•
ABLE snoe svolig, •
Staled of X. "
• tloi•iy intorms the
i.y that he has main
• ma nu facture. n at the Ilhol t
osaantly on band t good
rnisTes, and Milking , '"
-lality, which will be anit 4
will also make• In
ueh a%'wbite and Wet'
-. and hutfkins,
ait ers, e., 4-c. All
icst notice. and in the WA
calf anti examine tert
Vent that be can
lucy may want.
J,C.111.1 111 t
teiligence Office. and. &.
Y havin,e taken tbs
. „ '11111 1."
car fr Hortrscrax., earn..
Market greet, beta
friends and enstellia l !" -
a I support tiney WO Lag
ection with' . Mt. fl Pe
1 hal every erection shanks
nof the same. deltoid&
attention to ills prelate
eo ds Pei ing alio:ten We
cced, 'brine &virago oil
of the tat firm as 4 6141-
confine blinself to !II
confident no est
• e .
t hacevery article leddr.*
W, Ma,ufacturer aiLM:
'ere, XS. 17 Itirtk•
.to ciana . /10 1011 P W,
. sda wsideosie:
L. I._NO 5.
. PHILLIPS a; W. SMITH ,
CORNER OF oven 4.• FIFTH STS.
i.—FIVE DOLLARS a year, payable in
Wore copies MO CENTI3--for rate at Om
the office, and by Sews Boys.
ercury and 3,llanufactnrer
WEEKLY, at the same office, on a d a tabl
street, at TWO-DOLLARS a rear, i ad,
Stacie copies.SlX CENTS.
Te_ms of A,dvertising.
QE ACE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
rtion, "()%50 1 One month, *5.00
Lions, 0.75 Two monis, 6.00
•rtions,, 1 . 00 Three months, 7.00
1.50 Four monibs, 11,00
.3,00 Six months, 10,00
4.00 One sear. 15.00
YEA TILY A OVERTIRE!' ENTS.
cIILICCIELELE er PlZAdOlti.
I c Sqsart. 7}r° Squares.
tar, CIS,OO its months, $23.00
r, 25,00 One year, 35,00
mer adveriis.ements in prorortion.
1 Sor four lines Six Dotaaasta year.
Fast Orrtcs Third between Market and Wood
R. M. Riddle. Pogakaster.
it Myelin, Water.4th door from Wood at. Peter
-Malor John. Willock,Coheczor.
Ttza.a ukt ie ldfood between First and Second
James A. - la/tram, Treasurer.
Tasiesewv, Third street. next door to the
byterian Church—S. ft. Johnston, Treasurer.
Orrick, Fourth. between Market and tVoml
"'ander Ilay, Ma ror.
7 . 5 Exciteenne. Fourth, near Market S t.
Son, between Market and Wood streets, on
errs' inn /4.l.•%,l,,CTritlrES' AND F•11.10ERIS . De
li. (formerly Saying Fund.) Fourth, between
or, Fifth street. near Wood.
came Hoist, Water street, rear the Bridsie.
rte 110 rel.. corner of Penn and St. Cln,r,
sst - rs' HOTEL, corner of Third atid•Wood.
as HOIEL,COrrier 01 Third and Smithfield.
STATE , rorner of Pell. =trees and Canal.
EnGLY, Liberty Ore.,. nea r See enth.
s of ,ii,S Horse, I.oerir Si opposite Wayne
FT 11,1"- , e:. Penn St OpPOS.IP Canal.
ItT WOODS, .:tTTORN EY AND
UNSELIAiII AT L IVI - • —(. , ffire r mo
eweit's offices on C,ant st., neatly opposite
our+ !loose, Dext rooms to John D.
t non, mil. 10
. 11. ELLIOTT, M. I).- (Toe rernored to
CiGir strcer, between Penn and Ltberty $l,-,
(:001)S.—Preston 4- Mackey, wili.,!esile and
ail deal , r4 in rii2,lFll, Ft , tl. 1,, ai a 110111Ps;ie
\n 'l. Marliei
YiDLE._ 4 4S & ) rcLurtr, A , torney , and
,uasellors at Law. (,ffv e . the Diamond. hack
Court Heuer'. P 111, u reh. spp 10
oy Morrow„Mtlerman; office north
e of FIILb st,, bcm,en IVcod and Sniiihfield
211rDEVITT, Grocur Sedif.ine
Her, And tearer in Prnilune and Pitisburei
trek(' Articles, No. 224 L, Ger y Scree:,
.P 1 r. •
roexr,-. Produr , and l'nna,n,f,,ton rnhanl:‘, and
n 1 itt.sl,urgh Manufaciured No. 21,1,
eet. ern 10
0 7 11 A ROBINSON, Ntiorney at Las;
ffre on Inc mde of the Diautood.betwt en
d 13eion siret is. tip stairs sep 10_
ÜBBORA.W., Atrorney at Law; ietider.
pitll . .ortat Kry ices to the pantie. Office cor
and Market Streets. above D. Ltoyd 4- Co'.
••• rgh, Pa. ser , 10
FF & KEAN, M inaf..ernrers of Copper.
-rid S;-eit Iron Ware, No ai Front st , Fiu=-
use and Ste;,nd , oat work p - omfoly
"B. YOUNG & CO., rurtuture Wore
Corricr of Hand st. ¢ r-xchange Ales.
istung to purchase Furnintiv. will find it to
lase to give tr.-a call. heintr fully satisfied that
se as to qua': y and price. sep 10
I ON 11.-131. S.—Just roc•red 160chnice Mut
!lams, ocu cured and for sate cheart by :hr. dr)
_ . _
BM.; X.—A supp'y of Landreth's Fresh Ed.
3n, and whel d:ifert rt varleiles of Turnip
icce,ftd and (nr sate at zeor cYD ?RR es 01 11. e
Seed Sure oC F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 11.14 Liberty head 01 \\*nod.
B CLOSEY r S Bm4 and shoe MannLtto
y,.tio. 83 Fourth St— next m).n . to :itakes"
•dies , Prnnedla. Kid and •i."atin Shoes made .n
tmanngr,anoby ILIC newest French o.atetns.
O NI ORUS MI LTIC9I7I.CS. to Tut
purtlia.rts; 10 I.e dk-pn,ed of
No. IE4 I.ll,er+y ss recs. head of Vood.
IA ,110(ITS. Flower:: and Hower Seed= of ev
dr...-rtni ion, ran ;Oa ) IM had at inn Iltug
F. L. SNOV:I)FN..
134 Lil - erls IVood..
I 11;nois Amin:it Nanlitic.;!: n ,11 41, for
al the Drug a u d e t d or , 0.1
FA Liberty street, ticad of Wood
:S.NEw JERscr sWEET POTATOES,
or Eeed;jtal. -receives by
No. IS-I, Liberty It..ad of Rood
TOOLS, consist in , . of C^^ Fancy SOr , :let ,
soluniing Trowels. C,iding Taois, BUCld.ng
ning K owes. Pruning Shears, ric., just re
for sale by P. L. SNOWDEN.
134 LiheriF street, head of Wood
E Venison Ha 4115.--Just received a small sup
ra very choire cured Venison Haws, on retail
OLS for cervent moury.
I: 4 AAC II kERIS. Agent,
and Com. Merchant
E Dutch Clover Sred.Orchard GA-ass and
eutucky -Blue Grass, always on hand and for
No. 11141..tbert y street, head of Wood.
au CH AN AN .91 t o rite y :re at Lint. orrice
•ved from the [ Unmoral, 113 A ttorney'lLow,"
of Yellf lif street, between Merkel and Wond
ligEW ROTEL.—The sulocrlissr respectfully in-
I. forms his old friends and tile public that he has
opened a Temperance Dote!, in filth Street, near - the Ex
change Bask, and in 'be house lately oecapied hi Mat
thew Patrick, bid bas !touted an P 1.011 8 4 0. -The Iron
City Dotel," where be will be very happy to lICCOIIIIIIO-
- - --- date all whq may please to all ao him. His table
LBS. Landreth's Preach Sugar Beet See_d.lnst l shall be provoted with the teat fare, and !v er y . possible
received and for sale at the Drag and Seed accommodation to town and country costomets and
P. L. SNOWDEN, traiteiem„ 1 i 1
I iti Liberty street, bead of Wood. A few boarders whO wish to ledge in their Mares or triL
1 fices, can he taken. and gentlemen arise live rt of tows
1 LIVICM 0 • A: ' 54. z: :to ' .-- • can base their dinners daily.
nattip heretofore existing between Mir i He haslarge and good stables, slid thea t t flay and
BY and BENJAMIN Emptimmu.istidsday zOlts,rul a good Hostler, roil will occom e traycLual consent. Witiim Dishy isauthoritsed era and gentlemen who have bonieri
,imii , E .L....L
tare of the firm in walla; up tie basihseil ' Souders take* IT tila &Y. week of t • i' '''''' ll " .
__ 'BlOinr.... inottp_iriidafte 4m at amix iTspectildtiesiA 111 ,41 ke- any.
Tt+ l ..WrigNiia. ' 4.- 1410 1 1 ;" 111 ilitlfir*
• SATEA'BLANKS.ter_proceedi n p in Ai.
steal Under the late law, for sale at ibis Office.
ALE.—Lott °Dille -North East corner of Coat
e and fligh street. Apply to .
BENJ. DA ELI NaTON, Market, near 4th at
lk. B. BEERRIETT D:4 . ate '
AL/ ,Jl4/41, *emu Stasi and nail dad.,
tea i 0 I
LANK a irCrnes, Nat 40- 1 9
_ll-10 o Bankruptcy pracd4Ofga, p
good paper,a forms approved byfbeecon
at the Office - of the Mercury and. Democrat.
WM. HUBBARD, Ladies' fast:knob* boot aid
shoe idaoufseturer,No. 101, Thiril erect, between
Med and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh smolo
BIICILMASTERI ATROIC ATI LAW,
bas removed his °dice to the owner, o Fourth
street and Cherry Alley, between Smltsfleld a d Grant
streets, Pittsburg h. ; feP 10
FOR RWT.—Thedwelling and tbt containing 4
acres, in Allegheny, near . the Beaver Road,tately
occupiedhy Mr. Samuel Church. Apply It Merchants
and Manufacturers' Bank, to W. H. DENNY.
sep 10 Cashier.
AVID SANDS, TY ATCII az CLOCK
7NAKEK, No. 9.5., IldarkeLtarret..Pituri
burgh, between Firth and Liberty
DEALER IX WATCHES, CLOCKK,!BREASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, CONES,
UNDRETIVS GARDEN SEEDS.— A full
supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds, airways on
band, and (or sale at lusageney, the Dru 4 store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty strett, head of Wood,
DR. DAVID WARD ha= his office and ridence
on Fourth Street, nearly south of the Court House,
second dvrellins from Rossstreet. He Will faithfully attend
all calls pertaining to his profession. Night calls should be
made at the door above the basement. sep
F,sloVAL—Matthew Jones, Barger and Itair.Dress-
L er, has removed to Fano!) street, opposnet4e May
ors office, where lie will he happy to;wakt upon permanent
or transient customers. Ile suiicitsa share of public oat
rOisar.t% rep 10
_11) 1.11p3V 4 L.—W m. A. Ward. Dentist. has removed
IL to McCu'ioutflei R. three doors below arty in vreet,
one square above the Exchange Hotel. Hours of business,
from 9 J.. Utili .5 r. , after which 'hour he will at.
tend in no one except in cases of urinal nensliy. fl e
would further inrorm those who may think proper to
employ him. that be expects immediate payment. witho u t
the in.-c.c.5...i11y on his part of sending in bilis. rep 10
OH' FARL ICND, Uphelstrrer and Ceibinet
rr. Third at. barceeri itrc-ed 4. Afartet streets,
respectful I'd - Ims his friends and the puhlie that he is
prepa,ed to execute all alders for Sofas, Sideboards, Elu
reilu,,,Cht,iirs, Tables, fietiStealtS, Stands. Hair and Spring
rtisses. Co. tains. Carpets. all sorts of Upholstering
wort:, whit It he will warrant equal .o any 'wade in i lie
rtir, :led on rcasonalle terms. eep 10
COMMERC/ L AUCTION ROOMS, No.
Hu Word Street, Pit tsb arg h.—R. A. Bailsman,
kuclioneer and Co.stati=rcioo Merchant, is now prepared
2 receive and sell all kinds of Goods and Merchandize,
at Lis tare and capacious t OpME, o. 110, North East
Corner or Wood and F,nt, stree!P. Fiml•urgh.
flegu'arsales.of Dry Goods, rarnlicre. Groceries and
other ari ides, op Mondays and Thursday of each week.
llardlA arC. Cutlery, Dry Goods, and tancy articles, on
Tue,..4 - iay. Wednesday, and 'Thursday evenings.
Books, 4-c., every Saturday ev enivg
Liberal advances made,tin Consignments when wanted
RgrEassc - rs.
Me=.r;. John D. Darts, Esq_,
•• Ba.f...aley 4- smith,
•• Hampton. smith, 4- co..
•• F. Lorenz k Co..
J. W. Burbridee 4. co.. I
F. Ild•Lee 4 co.
Jamrs SrGarcill, rittsimrgh
•• C.:Ppm-901, C-q. -
• Lor,l ft Kennedy.
.“ J. K. Moorhead 4- co.
•• Jas. P. r: tnart. CFA.
Kobert Galway, Er.- - q.
• McVay. Hanna, 4 Co.
IV rein ro
•• S.C. Hrnry,
•• SrOlill. E.lgatey
LOIIN B. GUTLIRIE, Auclioneor and Commis
sion Me rtita nt. No. lii. corner of Iftiod 4- Fifth sta.
Pitts b.rg o : Haulms beet, appointed one of [lie Auction
enrg fa i the City of PiViliorgh. tenders,ltigr-ervic • - •5 to jot*
lira, manufacturers and dealer=- who may he di posed
to make trial of this market- prepai ed to make
-Advancer.' on consivint-tus of all saleable commortilies,
and to gati-ty corrrgpondeuts by quick sites, and
gpeedy 'and lavoralde return,.
JEs. N. KEEN
FR A NcIS 1.. YOUNG
That the varn us interests which may 1-e confided to
hi m , s halt be adequa•ely protected. he kings to the ahi
of his own experience in hasinesr and acquaintance with
merchandize generally, tine serviced of Mr. SsitrEz
FAuKr.s-rocE; hcretafore advantageously known, as an
importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent rn:agement made.
lile..srs. M. Tiernan. P,e.s . t.o,"m. 4- M.
Intrlin•ton 4- Peehlm •
••• Rohe,: Galtlay,
James %l. Cooper,
R. M. Riddle, Pittsburgh
Wm Robinson. Jr. Pres't
• of Exchange Rank.
•• Hampton, Smith, 4- co.,
John D. Davis,
Samuel Church, 1
" J. ti. Moorhead.
" Jas. %V. Brown 4- co.
• John H. Brown. 4- co.
Smith 4- 11 sisley.
•• Yarctty 4- is r rrera, Philadera.
John S- 111.1.11 e,
John DaLeit, 1 rep 10
ISAAC I L C
N 0.3, Filth st.
111 ERIC AN lIOTEL.—Co , Or of SmiT bfietd a lid
1 s Third Streelg, Coy of Pittsbu tgh, ra.
gra S CLA E.E., (formerly of the Reed Bonse, Erie,)
The interior of this I ortse iL•T entirely new, together
with the Furniture The lloustattitS large and C 01111110•
difti; hest rooms and parlours are j leasantly situated,
tear tight and airy. frontins , on two' streets, which is a
desirable ollett to those that nut op •at a Hotel This
House is situated in the midst of the business part of the
city, within two squar e s of the regular Steatnimat Land
•t2. lid in the sloe Block' of the Office of itbe
G rent Lines of Stases. Passensets putting up at the
above caned liotet.and wishing tot take pasvage in el
, t her of the a torelint s, by making their intentions known.
can hurt . thrir seats secured without any trouble or in
ronvet.tence to them. Likewise ill who arevoing by
Canal Steamboat can be convey with their baggage
ifree of expensc,l o any of their places:of departure. E'er-
ECM@ travello7 in carriages, or private conveyance, can
at alttimes find good Stabling at the above named Hotel.
1 This house is situated ro very clone to the nem .Court
House, that those 1129ing business anemia, will - find it 2
pleasant stoppin.,! place. From the tubr•criber's lone ex
' perienee as a landlord, and from his fritt determination to
keep a quiet and well conducted tote, he fondly trusts
he wi' I stake the sojourn of hiu goes* pleasant and agree
1 able; and believing in bis old tootto.:which has generally
been favorable as an attentive landlord, and wake rea
so-rattle bills—he most respect fully asks a share of public
- . l "Bearders taken day, Week, month or year.
'; ~: .:.. ~ j ~.':
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. _ .~. ~.:::4:y::. ~~ 1n µms::;;_ ~ stss-
'..•:, ,, '..:- - , : :.A - 'W'•'''''"'' .
ritt . ..,
SANIL. - 11-tilltPllll2., muter,
inrAs eognitencettier regular trim asal will me &at.
11.1 ly (ftwatalraemtisted.) Leaves leaver at 13 (I'
09ek A- lif- , learVl. Plitabargh at 3 - o'clock P; 11. coa
-1 meets at Beaver with the . .
Femur,itbsta mud Ohib Line
of Freight and Packet Canal boats between deaver,ind
Cleveland Ohio, and dieenviiles Pennsylvania. Leases
Beaver daily at fitecjOek P. M. This firmacemssecta 'OP
two daily fines on the Pencrylvania canal to Philudel
pbia, a nil with ins Nesir Qrk add - Ohio Thiene sir Nt4e
usual,: and New York, and -Ohio line and. Ohio "canti,td.
lo with amps freight 'and pasiume boats, brigs *id
schooners, Oki the lakes. The posprletors of this Will
knows line wiltbepeepareskim the. °Pettit tof nutrigx
lion to transport nserehandize to , any of theAnteripedit
ate ports on the - Pennsylvania and Ohio, and 'Obit cm
-nag Litany port on Ulm Brie, ant the Uprier 14iteinto
and from New York City and Philadelphia. ,
McClure 4. Dieliey, Weaver; Pa-,
Cobb Wormer 4 , CO., Cleveland, 0-, •
Heel 4- Taylor. Warren, O.
JAMBS A. VEAZY. Agent,
No.Bo.lPider . ,
prretAlNl 4. -CLEVELAND
STEAM PACKET AMMAN,
- • W. BOIES, Xsoter.
RUNS dairy (rra' ar s excepted,) tbeXween PITTS.
BEECH 4- BEAVER; leavinx_Beaver at SA.. N.
and Pittsbursh at 2 P. M. provi44 . 4olk Evan?* ~Sofir.
ty Guard to preceat Explosion of Biros.
This splendid aad fast runaink Stearn Boat Irasjwit
Deem completed expressly kw this trade, and runs In
onnem ion with
CLARKE 4- ces Pittsburg./ and Cfreetami Line of
FBEIGHTAXII PASSAGE BOATS, daily to
Or down the Ohio canal to Mas=ilon, 4e. and Erie Ex
tenei.'3l2 Line to Greenviite.
The Canal Pants of this Line are towed to.arid from
Pittsburgh direct, and the hat - lows conducted on the
most prompt and feu: ferniest system- Saving AV-MTV:A:.
lion with 'he Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Philadel
phia and Saittrnore r and Steamboats running down the
Ohio river; also, through our Agents at Cleveland, with
C . N. fte,,f,3 SieamboalS and 9CVeral Lake Vwsels, and
theTroyan'l Michigan and Buffalo Lake boat lines on
the Erie canal, we are prepared fur the transportation
o. Freight round from all points on the canal, the lakes
and the Moz r, or the Eastern cities. at prices as tow as
any other line.
Apply to 0... W. Barton, No. SS Water at, or at Steam.
boat Michigan's Laming. Pittsburgh.
Clark. 4- Co. Beaver.
//ebb. ard lY wool herbee, Warren.
Wheeler 4- CO. Akron:
Thomas R.:ski:mond 4- co. Cleveland.
J. R. Wick 4- Co., Greenville!
W. C. 111alen, Sharon,
T. W. Cunainghani. New Castle,
John K irk, Youngstown,
John Campbell, Newton Falls;
Camphelt k Miller, Camphelletown;
Babcock * Mcßride, Ravenn
C. 4- D. Rhodes Franklin;
H. A. Miller 4-, Co.. Cuyahoga Falb;
Wellman 4- Whitehead. MaSSininte::
Gordon Williams, et Co..
K lune, Davis 4- Cu.. Buffalo; -
Conine., Richmond. Williams Q Co.,liew York.
sPo 10 '
ltrEW LIGIITSI.- The Time LettrateLasspal Highly fat.
L Fro-toot to the Fublie--The Sel4tetibete, Agents for
Cetre'e Patent Lamps for titerniniAkelaT 40 or o th er fatty
substances. have just received ta . lo4,llflXtbe Lamps. to
which they would respectivelytlitiation of the
public. They arc peculiarly a ffirdivirtkritrie present, bard
times. wit-becomes all parts of tlieerilliimunity to &mai;
mite in a Utilities; and in o.rering their Lamps to the pub
't, the subscribers feet folly satisfied, and are ready to
atis,fy tee most incrc ln , lous that in using their 'Latfips
there is a ieJl saving of at tea=t 50 per cent. over any oth
er Lamp now in use, and - a tertainty of having a light
equa I. f not snperior, to that obtained from the best Sperm
Oil, and, unlike the Cam phiite, there is no danger of ex
plosion; and the consti action is so simple, that it requires
little or no _experience to keep them always in order.
We would most particularly call theof people
living in the country to e Nainire ilrese., as we fee;
sat i-fied that there scarce a caniitiribaidOeli not annti-
Oily waste Lad and grease enr-ogit to keep them constant
ly with the best light, if applied to these Lames, whereby
the whole expense of oil arid candles would he
saved. We wolthl invite all to come and examine for
themselves that they may be satisfied that there is, nor
can he. no deception, as it is our of jest that every one
,iionid be Atha convinced of their utility and superiority
r all other lamps now in am, as well as in ;regard to
the superioctight they give, as to the great s.aving.; as we
do positively assert that forty cents worth of lard will
turn 7 S tong and give equally as good.if not better light,
than one ?anon of the best Sperm Opt. which will co=t
$1.50: farther. Ito-re is no smoke or disagreeable smell
arising from the burning of lard, which cannot he said of
Oil, or that ahorninable and dangerous stuff calved Cam
phine Oil. Or Spirit Gas.
Most oil iatiwaow in Use am be altetul •as lb barb
lard, which alteration the subscribers will make eta tea
aonahle price. They wilt also., purchase second-band
lamps, or eichangethe lard lamps for thein.
BROWN 4 , RA Y'SIOND, Third Street,
sep 10 neatly opposite Post Office, Pittsburgh.
B - crtin.o l o N n d e si r ; e a and d f l " a pe k r
r Fp a u ie r z s
, P. W s.
Da W ral ood i a p n x d .
P. • mute all kinds of Pookbinding and ra
per Ronne witk neatn es s and despettCh.
C* , -ftlank bean rated and Wand to
any gtven pattern at tisk shorter 4 notice.
N- 0- All work done al. the above is warranted. (-wp 10
%VIM. BIDDLE, Snrgco■ Dentist,hark returned to
his old sumi, No. 11.07,
, Smitidietd Sued,
where he can be 'consulted any hour during the cloy,
on his profession.! , sen 10
REMOVAL.—geor:e Armor, Merchant Tailor,
respectfully announces to his friends and pa
trons, that he has removed his e s tablishment from his
old stand, in Third street, to the outer of Front and
Smithileld. in the: basement story of the Monongahela
Rouse; where be intends keeping on hand a sreneral as.
sortment of Fabionable Goods, suitable for Gen
Be hopes, by close application, to merit a share of tbe
business so liberally extended Whim at -his old stand.
N. B Having made arrangements in New York:and
Philadelphia, will] the most Fashionable Tailors, for
the reception of Faris and London Fashions, customers
may rely on baring their orders executed according to
the latest style. ; GEWICE All3lOB.
PITTSBURGII CIRCULATING AND REFERENCE
LIBRARY cillteligions . .HistorlcaVolltkatand
ortlarteona Work - t 4 will be open every day. Salotratb et.
mole& "row 7 o'clock. A. id., until 9, P. M., to ,tbe Ex
change Bailding,corner of &jetzt'. atteetand Etchange
alley. *bete punctual attendance will begiven by
Pep 10 I. CREAM.
WASHINGTON HAMA—The subscriber has
opened the late residence of James Adaios, Esq„
deceased. for the reception of nisitori slid hoarders:
the house is very pleasantly situated on the hank of the
Olio, 2 miles from the city—possessiny, all the delight
fat accompaniments of a country residence; without
being too far tintant for persona dolor. business in the
city. Visitors will be furnished with every delicacy of
An Omnibus runs rnalaely every hour from the Atte
gheny end of the ;Bridge.
N. IL—No Alcohone beverages kept.
lep 10 WM. C. HEMN.
IP"IrTSBEL: eIThriVERV, and Sagginti
stillmuntaiumeacterY.—The Subscriber mauulfac.
tam mai keepal tossreauy au land. every rieveriptiva
of Callers. saryievi Sad beetat ors• Hil t,
Dreasemuiri Batters. Tama Ohm% areillregicook. kr-
An Soper ousi*ficuared olt,the bed isteriahr. AusiVise
°r4.7llll " ded l ci r i nkge,itteateadul las A
illitthett pry r
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Elt 151 PM.
`NI7 - CiTi:C3
I. CLIMBER, sesiding at 66 Mow greet.
ibia irolik.-sal adiditid witirsia in its most
tillitf lo 3 . 4itinit - Tlia symptom were violent. head-
Mite„ debility, rider, coativet*M, cough, beart
imilvit.Apin the cheat and donates always alter main.
Imre petite, nevivalow -of Wok ing al, th e sicarach, ,
riimoit - i itauww.dith fre4sent *oini kiatir. 4 Thiz iliess
Mantiniaeht and rewlemnm- Village Mot comma' up_
Wand of.* twelvemonth, ;viten. on ammo* rt r oirgi.
emit - than street:' and aninaildint id hisiviiir
mad art-rabic Mode of timetaiest, the moles:
win ' ely - reattiral to health in the iliort 'imam of
sate montijind_gratelitt larthoutelicabilde *sett delft
ell, stadifeanie foiMard mai vole ateetta the aboirestate
For se* Wboleiale and lison 44 - - . .:', . . .
t. B. ISELLIMEI. Agent.
lifo:2o,Vir'ood strict, bald* Second.
sep le -
. . .. ... ... ---
.4 .:--lilnitrair lifonda. of the Shy Of
Allk. atitabirgir,inrerelint, baring,ortnetittrottrania
~ tied to tbeanbreriders ins asstament of an his
West esnat,and ndsed. hi Irerrearr theberrefd it
alseredjlip*.with certain antimatter tliereiestad
ntrast alalf.aire nebeneltt at ienain of Ms -creditors whit
z i ar
elsiltop! ' before the liStibilarotiiintit eta, at tt ce
teklek labrezerAte sato bin, Ind for big nse, a re
train-lir all Chian *elan hint. . '
. Nolleitil link! Oren, Ant said ..deed of.mstareseut
and Are restage Weathered la ri; an left' it the °See of*:
Toner. int.; hit the rfiarnond, where the same may be
seen and inented by. all persons interestah
--.1. MICH TONER. • i '
FOR .r- X2O M.centuck.r._ enzm 80 woollen
knees itaserted Mies. '
200 405414-19.1101.4 - 10.14 window sash.
30 Reamtref letter„and wrapping PaPet
-100 plecesgaperbasigivica. 'border, 4e.
$OO koanalwafeni. 20 kegs white lend. •
30 boles and - lbs. of Cotton Ball.
30 hazes 2d and 3d iinalitypf Raisins.
doz thigh:its and .orb blvonis.
60 packages family medicines assorted.
All of whieb will he sold on acconimodaline terms
for cash, tarthiliice, and fill mai, Ohio, Pen trey 'sank), and
alumni all enearrent hank notes taken in payment on the
best passable terms. ISAAC HARRIS.
Agent elides:admission Merchant,
NO 9 - , Filth ~t,rri
J. FOX ALDEN Attorrey sad Cana'safor at
• Limit. Cffers his prole tonal services lo the cit.
izens .of Pittstrarsh and hopes for a share of public pat
rrmale. tie win executes' , kinds of writing with neat
nests and dispatch. Cases in bankruptcy attended to on
reasonable terms.—Office in Smithfield slice, at the
house of Mr. Thomas O'Neil, to whom he refers.
sep 10 T. L. FOX ALOrN
DAVID CLARK, .tig't. Askioaable Boot Atater,—
Iles removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where be svou:d be happy
to see his old customers. and all others who feel dispc._
ed to patronize him. Re uses nothing but firkt rate
stock, and employs the best of workmen; and as he gives
his constant personal attention to bovines.. he trusts that
he will deserve and receive a lair shire of patronage.
Fautys, ICE CREAM, 4 CONFECTIONARY.—
A Ranker rerpeetflilly *forms fits friends and the
public that they can always find the b e st quality of Ice
effittOS. toeether with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits. in their mama, at his establishment—No. 11.
Fifth street, between Wood and Market.
N. R.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice. with
cakes. or anything in his line. Also fa:fillies furnished
GOODIPS Celebrated Female Pills. These
Fillsarestrongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a see and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints-peculiar to their sex, from grata of ex
ercise. or general debility of the system. They obviate
eteatveneta, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
The e Pills hare gained the sanction and
approbation of'- thentord-,etrolnent Physicians.in the lifnV
ted States, 'thf - it:any Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
Retail, by R. E SELLERS, Agent,
Sep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
MGRY—.74. 121. Career of Wood gad Pro.t
. Street', Pittshurgli, has on band a complete as
sortmentof Glricrnsware suited to the city or country
trade. Also, a choice selection of pure while and gold
band DINING ANDTEAWARP..In large or small sets,
or separate pieces to suit purchasers.
A cask of 46, 60. or 84 pi n e&se t s,superbly painted
and gilt-English China Teaware, at very low Prices.
Toy Teaware. plain, and rich painted and gilt, from
LAO to $5,00 per set
- -Children's Mills of every dm•tription.
White China Shaving Blues.
Granite Dining at d Tea Services, in white and with
splendid American scenery printed in hive and Mack.
A large society of'3rearni,eal Dining an d Greakfml Sets,
imported , o match. complete.
Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the
Flint and Green Glass, In all their Varieties.
Window Glass, of every Aze.
Patent Buckets, Tubs and Keeters.
Stone Pipe Mead., kc. kc.
Ail of which are respectfully offered to the rah.
tic °tithe most favorable terms. Jan 26,.1842-1v
%%rm. Boos a nd Shoe Maker, Liberty St.'
opposite the head of Smithfield et.. Pittooorgh.
The subscriber barin. bought out the stock of the late
titotnit Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
io the old stand of Mr. ft . ., and is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work in his line, in the hest manner
and on the shortest notice. He keeps corstantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findings of all descriptions and
of the best frothy. Be the patronage of the nab
licrand of kite craft. WM. AbAlft.
arid Ades for eartter t - Os at Edurdern Prices:
the dathscr.Dteta manufactnre and keeps Constantly on
hand Coach,C and Eliptic Sprlns (warranted,) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and . plated Hub Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lunt's, Three fold Fteps, Malleable
Iron; Door Handles and Hinges. li-e.„4-e
St. Clair dr:. near Astealieny Dridae.
LARD OlL:—Thu Sahqcriber would most respectfully
inform the public. lb genera that. be has an artier of
aLrd Oil of a superior (straitly, manufactured at the Ci n-
Will Oil Manufactory,by 11. W-Lee f co.mhich is warran
ted to be equal to the best Sperm_ Oil, both for Light and
Alacbinzry. This Oil 3 . .. entirety free from any glutinous
matter...mote, or unpleasant odor, hnd it is as clear and
whi , e de,ritring orate 4. Hot a particle of crust is left
on the wick. Ties _ fight is pure and brilliant,
and will tail as long. If not longer, than that from an
equal quantity of Sperm- Oil. The subscrihei , Informs
the public that be has taken a place nearly opposite the
Post Office, where be will tilht up seyeral diffierent lamps
every evening. and he would rezpectftylly invite the in
habitants of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and their vicinity, to
call and. judge (Or themselves. He feels coafideat they
will be conv.inced that the above statement jki perfectly
cornet. Ora ortrto bemired individuals wlsff have tried
the OiLthere has not been a single fault &and with it-
The Lard Oil cosh one third less than Sperm_ Be would
respectfully solicit the early attention of Dealers and Ma
chinists to he obove.
follow' • Churches are sow tunny Lip Lard Oil:
The following -
&mud PrattYlechul Church, Pi11.:1;•,,,h, , trine, nor could he bring himselfto believe I --- ; ---
of „... ,
New Celeberiewl Eireth"erian Cbereh '' Z il ' that it would be cared out - iigito prac- from 13. e. L IFI e I ,,, d tile r a r ' ',°° ° .ll l 4l l K-- ..
Flan Prestraletion Choral*, All,beny City, i
Anonebse Rd.'s.' cu re s, do. tine. It moat not be.. The pe4tle never t'f'ffe°. of awl- .
AllAke hands ate branded IL IV. LEE 4 , - Co.,Cincin- would toleratesuch an idea fora moment. C t n which twitioP Vic I. earetilbei4e o
nail, Ohio. .
M. C. EDEY, AgenL He (Mr. I.) was diefixged to look at mat- end ea3r - ----, ~ ,- - . --: -_-.: ~
tens with composure, and to do the - best he Yr. Botts ihoititithilt tbegothitt**
could for the country, in view of the facts adjourn..**4
which were staring them in - the face . *NO [Loud cries of 'hearse - it ,- ..,-141Dittil - kne --
consideration. no argument, ito fact, could good and till,' !ie..) - _-.3; .L:14.,,„1,, ,
be urged for adjourning now, without ma— , Mr . W. W- irwia _ - tI te,seae and
king a prOper Wilt and proVidiag the ear; 00- the Mon, which tiere'erdeted
ways rnent. " thet d mealn reigin to egt. cani witl n. P the recise Gf°l 3 rveni t be- 7: 1tti1i a ...... -1" " 44'44e04in. - ralil lig .'' Olvse - - t allk:
same force 44 PrePrieli, be ,ergea - -12eXti„', , ~:mr: q _W-;;%!;.. f ~r.!iriu;glel,ll4#o tf02,3,
session," ilik-I-441ar, and the Ifej 110 4 r-if 16 r i r l Akt - - .
ihi-1 4 #.7 - itomidant in 'Coniftirio 4 3 l 4 00„ ,::, ,
o.i!ik`tie - aoliojitit-' r If**Sist 1.3 0 1 ** 0 ; 4 1 : -..5 ' , e .. ' , • * ;'''' -
. 4* — Will i ---164"7-I*----.. 1- 4 1 iseciv4 - 'cue oia,boithimiai : ,i- ..tx.i\- - . --
We, IbesrudvFigaig, tapiaiis of the lEspress Line of
Pada'loatiallhe Fanaryfrania Canal, have tried and are
u.ing as ankle of Lard Oil Introduced here by Matthew '
C. Mu... and manufactured by R. %V. Lee t Co., at the
We feel confidaut la amain that the alvve is equal
to theiWit Spero, Oil; that it is entirely: free from smote
or ally Miter (bulimia miner whatever; the tight is per
nutty tai*elearand briniaat,aud will fast as laugilf sot
loolletlkol.Plo-61/11. as equal quantity_ of Sperm Oil,
Wniagelbct bevOtaiMil Ficnisuammuliam kw our rrieSo
- **l.l.4lr.ileaptilliN 11104301- Adaml.
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Pittextrgh, June 215t.1843
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1 . tliSTlakir OF firE
PASSAGE OE Tll4;plFt BILL
pis" rise itsithimitui.j
I run extremely grateful for the terms of
ceirtionenditiOn with yikich,iii the_Madiso
mats ofthis morning. you rifle+ to the fact
that, on- - the 15th of ' moved to
amend the Reventie bill 14 striking there
from the, 25th! (afterwards the nth) sec-1
Lion, and thus separating the' question of
disuibution from that of tariff: my reasons
for which motion were pedithSlied soon. ,
aftertioirds, and wen Tully justified by the
etoseticeil:vacthm of the HonMs our , -the- sob.
ject- 'Boulliet - e i 11 1 3 0thel, WOREI I OO O
whom4,lo the ers44l/ftli , *l.l Pre!`:
posing, atter the ,ltevenue liiti - Taareturn7, l
ed to'the Howie with die objections Of the 1
President, , to pass it mum, with diatritiu
lion struck..uut, andorob stir ad tea
free ctduw, as the bill finally pasfitid
Howie. I mean W!). Irwi n of Penn-
On the - Other August, it a time Then
conspicuous opponents of the' Admiais- -
tration were urging Congress-to adjourn,l
and leave the country, without a TatifC l
because the President had refused his as
sent to the Kepeal'ofthevi.so of the
Distribution stet, Mi.irwha , Wdressed the
House on the duty of•Congmes at. that COII
jUIICittre. t , extract from his rimed
speech the following passagesi _
' Mr- 'lrwin rose and referred to - the re=
marks of the chairman of 'the Committee
of Wa and Means (Mr. Fillmore) in the
discussion of yesterday.
He sincerely regretted the tone of des•
poadency in which the gentleman had
permitted himself to indulge, as to the , ' ,
prospect of any measures being passed
this session for the relief of the country,
and to the general character of his obser
rations, which were calculated to create
the impression that all chance for a tariffl
was at an end; The gentleman bad shown
a lamentable readiness to abandon all hope
and all effort on the subject. ,klow stood
the question? The Presidentluad' thought
proper to withhold his executive sanction
from the bill, which had been sent to him
by Congress cm Saturday last, to provide
revenue from duties on imports, &c. Ho
had assigned his objections, and it was
now clear that no bill could receive his
sanction which violated the eomirliox ton
tained irs-the land distribution act Otille
extra session. A grave,aua • most soleitin
question must suggest itself to the shied of
every member of both Houses of Con
gress. What shatild we do under the cir
cumstances? What does -ran emberaised
and suffering people demand of us? In a
word, what is our duty now Abandon in
despair the ship to the breakers! Go home. 1
without a struggle, when the TreasurYis
bankrupt; the engagements of the Govern
ment violated and dishonored; our affairs
rushing headlong to ruin; and the people
distracted? And why?
Because the President had done what the_
Constitution, which he is sworn to support
and which each one of us is sworn to sup
port. permitted him, in -the exemise of his
executive discretion: to do—returned a bill
with his objection's, to the House in which
that bill originated! He had given its, what
we all expected, s vrro! And was it so,
as had been stated by the gentleman from
Massachusetts, (Mr. Adams.) that the Exe
cutive could not recede from his ground,
and the House could not recede from its
ground, without dishonor and open disgrace?
Then, in the name of GO, where were . 1
we standing? No.revenue in possession—' '
nonaprovided—no means of plug public
creditors, or keilift* the' Government in
motion; and yet-he was told that the House
mist stand' upon the point- of honor--mn.t
give tip both Government and pifsple upon
lie must be permitted to say that this
was not the course which their duty as
statesmen and legislators requited. Gen
tlemen might milky all the honor which
such a course might promise for them in
certain quarters; but would it fulfil tieir
duty to the countryl - The President Jif
f, ed fr • Coo- on one subject,which
Lured troth Congress . Jje,
had been presented to him in connexion
with another subject, on Which there ex
isted no difference fatal to its !receiving
such action as the state of the country de.
manded: that difference of opinion was
guaranteed to him by the Constitution--
It *as, then, the Constitution on which
gentlemen were making war, when they
resolved not to yield the point of honor. It
was the personal dignity of members of
that House which must be preserved at the
sacrifice of all theintmests of the country
and the Government. For this the tree ,
bury was to be left w'i'thout a dollar of re
venue, and the whole business of the peo
ple, their trade, matufacturea,labor, to be
left to stagnate and to parish. .Por one,
Mr. I. wuuld never consent to such doc-
.. • :go_ :CT! .:I ; ` 4, 1 , ,v 4
'4' ' ,4 1 4 : -P r r- V --- ..'*-- s
and AS ortg ,
*bile. whit IA to
11e implored-:gentle - oio*:
this, and to vier
whit **beet truly -
He - mi. ta tea tui e t
ed to heat the idea
as to the danger of a ,
of this conflict of opir
giehittite, and the 'lre.
anticipated by the fiatn~
that matchless inatrut
deedl Why, Mr. CUi
this country Will. Steil
They will not suffer
the ' , aorta, like a'
Would sweep fro*
earthh - tile irreteb whi
the standard of chi,
hither- such thoughts. 1t - Wicked .
eklr* 4 1 60, ; -.-;
Mr, I. fully reciprOcated. the hanesteek4,-
tiniebt. of teprohation expressed 14.• the
venerable patriot • from 111Digacky.:(14
Pope,) at the idea of invekittgai
to the-Godhe'4.lo *finch an eu
Invoke, die-God of battles! Ifittiec,,
ter, would it become -: to .all .
the . _ God of Mercy and Of !0**L 4 40i10.46,,
sent his only son into thin.oll43oand remorseless world, 1 4 P l l O Ol :0 11 , 1 1k-•
and good Will axnongat mo; that ifitafikktt..
infuse a little-of the
.titittU of 3G
and of wisdom into: their tom, : tats
strengthen and enable- Sinirn.-4**Atio:-• -
do their duty,,,tinir whole detl***4ol-
fering ,CountrY. He hoped no *Ste
language would be heard .in
* • • ii
And Were the manufaclereis4 gaixopt,,
try, its mechanics,-al) its lahoringpciiiiiatimi
to be abivadoned to-suspense 'and rein- -jig-,
1845, or till the deatocracy.aboo ll4- eOOll .
like a flood, iweefting.all, Aerate. the
and this, too, because the !President -4411#14?
es to adhere tb the condition .which he
egi, and which y . ou,:the riles alibis
gres4 imposed upon-hint at the **lra -..sa*
sloth. in the Land bill,- tiamely: that. Wll l l.O e!.
ever the 'tariff shwa be milted -above 2040- . ,
cent, distribution ehould besuspeededi
Mr. 1. thank Heaven, :never .0011114÷
any_ such eefiditionihat.poiti : the
did; yoti. ak.sed the President twtikt_...ihnhtlt,
with tlpt condition, He di d.so; lid.
says he will not violate. it. 0411014.1Z
himielf bound by it, riaitieglarlf
: when : ;
Treasury is bankrupt,and we folio tilt*
abroad to- borrow money. Therefore, - t"*_
have got the veto. He, Mr. 1.,
sincerely; from the bottom of bid
plored- this _state of the.
Bp!, we ,itutt -
not, he repeated, fie off and **dolt lbir
country-on a-point of efitiuette. 1 • •
. I. would never consent to it. , Itel;
said to the Whig
. party. Toti have [ltdf
majority in toth-noulMil_ o R , teas you
can, if you please. give the people at betel
all the benefits a tarlff will secure tetbettr;r ,
by simply striking ftom this. bill the diatii!r2.
bution clause} jA voices will. he - •
thee . ] Would the President ttigtt 003-11#
On that piiiht getitlensen bad the ea r n!
means of judging thattW,Oiil4- •
that gentleman say .that the
tioidel not sign the Will ,_- Mr. I..wheld--alf, -
to the gentleman, 'try lite try him; put it
to him; and see inn won't. . .
•Mr. I. said be should, at the
moment, ask leaVe so borodiaceiheAS. -
without the land clause... had•beett:4o4
discussed in both Houses. and it lititrZ
ed both. Let it be passed witblibt• - '-
clause; and this could be, done in tlitreift* . -_,
four hours. fA voice, -1 ),S0. 1 1 eitit...yeak,_.•
it cantle carried through 'both _Ertitiossat
- rid • • '1,.0b.
twenty-four heart. ve vtamin
but that will be the keg; you„ know? -Well f .
be it the gag; be would go or the gag it --
this easel. he would past' the billand_Setlit:l
it to the Presiden 2 t. Put it to hinv .
claimed Mr. I.
Thus it is seen thaf, - on the l2th of Attij:
gust, Mr. Irwin not oily advocated -Oft ,
course ; ; but actiially gaie notice of hie
tention, at the earliest moment, to intron;•'-.
duce the Revenue bill, amended„ by
king out distribution. - _
it ‘- of the
execution of the notice Ant given
Mr. Irwin, siter remitted previous,
cze - a iti
to obtain the floor, at length 84/C - '
moving the bill in -that form on the Pa
of. August. The proceedinganierePirt4
in the bitelflgencer of the pth
Mr. W. W. Irwin, ot-Piiiii*t;tinti
and moved that the rules of the. WOO 1 1, 0
susrlided, for the purpose of imalifint hint
introduce a bill entitled. "A bill 1# plie; -.
vide revenue from "irt peSti. and tothatilte ,
,and modify iiiposiegdadet
on imports, end for or purposes.
[This bill is substantially the 80:000:
ai that returned by the ZIL
objecticeri, straiingthst Lbe 27th
which repealed the Winds° in the-ittild die.;
tribution law of
milting tea importea ArneerY2B4.,