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• . PITTSBURGH 23,
SEPTEMBER 1842. -- - . -
ERS TAKE I\OTICE-4%k
eci with the Silky Guard
~t h a fignre of the appaiat
ut deceived tts ads/ •
:heir boatel* be provided
they are pot iraeoarrd
In; Ulm Sat of Irma aap . y sed
he NW: of Pittatiorgh-_as
t 'balm tbe 'improved a
impossible for as captivity
EICIN - TGO
'URGE, INDIAN Q
TER, 4,uEEN OF
4tAIL, DUKE OF
AII , =II3GAI
NSE T. S tRATOGA,!
J H RILLS,
s community ale retpKtful
t,e a choice of a I.oAt,tor
ter tt would not bet hilt
chnoc.e a Safuty Coate*
on—and that they willtaa'
,icon has the ttnuttalified
ud the sat jert, and wham.
ides a number of certifttaet
of hers—all hr which cta
V. Water st..eet, where
110:05 to ejliihit my ins
:.e trouble to call.
E HERRY TOOTH W
r P. rattly.—The esirt-the
.-pettsa ape, and the fr
t. mane iuverrtiauBfor their
, =err• them in a slate of bell
4 a 1, -s, pr.riod , of eXistenre,
discovery of the shove
I, f,rrruz pure tinrivie cup
1111 . A11111 the
hke f-Tr" nd• from
• - yttretotttvin
~o-tu!er. nor f; , nalF.a . - 1011311 eill
~rara • r> Tutitrattal
n Zir , d rpdir, s ;.I.;;ciurvai, •
r/.e.14e1 prar . t; 16ner indirbilatk
1..1 dale. 1,,s hern exa u • •
be-t phyt=lriar, of thi,s City
ri t - Onio,end.iig it 15 an ex[•
LLI 1M THORN,
53 7tl a, Aet street.PJflobe
Drapc and at Cook's 11-d
vz cr.,: a .flaursfectares,
7'n of E'd
FAV,NI s 4,E.-1
lc!. I i!Vr, rn 1V 71*itta t'
arrl.f. Of t% cleared. and
There are Opon it ihme Jag
34; an appte Orchard Or •
:;Tr :,eres or coal.' The !Ott
• -,•1 farm 11%
.1 on a pplirtition to the Ell ,
%IV( LLiem wALLAct
W ALL, Plain • "it F 1261
• • er K en Franc ifaxafsetaeir,
• r:e burgh. —Canitass Bra .
.“Iwa%s on hood. Llokh
to order. I:epairing dove :a
noon paid to mildiagand
f. up Steam Boats or b oases
L, (At_ •
I 0. tobsrraberifrie
t. pa. niers. and wherein -Po
Lead matte of tbe hest
:101 1.41 prrior to any Oferrd 3•
c—ed to Dunlap B _
• cond erect, eitt•tttor.b. wilt*
I'lll o VA FILE SILOS STOE
c dour fr vai Old Stour *IX
!. respectfully tidaloff a*
vicinity that be las
ht ow o inanufaclurcvak ltit
tee p constantly Oa bane a
1- of ladies. miefas.a.d
'.es He will also wake 46
Work —,sueb as aiblie
railers. and bisAisea.a 3 d 3 '"
ca. silk r aisrrs,
I,e shortest norgElliad
please fall and riacatF l L ibt
r rt els cottfideill-Aitathg: W !.
a line they stay o-aut,
reel the place—lco4, -- - 114 _
. . 111
Intelligence Office. 3"
IG BY 'raving take* OW
s of Moss 4• Moravrlkkg.i ta
nd 42 Market woe. bee l l
t lemmas friends sad ' .01
liberal support libel -11511. ...
coaliection math kid . - 11 "*Lii
e teem libel every exertMa „p
•1 anon of the same= _
heir atteution lils
he is:engem:Wog it attelerlo
, Er offered; beldk
clock of ibe fate Mak
ends to cooksieldaidk a
..e keels coo 14,011_1..;7:11K
dottier is ebeirs
not ice t hat. e MIT
hvolvers. • w
oolimeaft l Pillo a q-- - . 3 / 4 0011 01 h
. 1.-NO 12
ILLIPS & IV. SMITH,
ER OF WOOD k FIFTH STS.
vE prof,l,Alltz a year, paysttle in
,ptet, TWO enT:: , —lor Fate at the
ce:7and by News Soya
my and Manufacturer
EEK lA. al rl,s ,aine ofbre. an a ElJuble
ryrk.,(,11: ,. z a ear, in ad.
RE OF TWELVE. LINES OR LESS:
(1.50 ' 011 e mon t It. s ct.'..oo
0.75 Two moms. 6.01.1
1.00 Three mouths, 7.00
I.FO I Four months, R.. 00
3141 Six months, 1110.1
4.110 One tear. 15(10
A nuv AVVEETISEMENTS.
CHANGEAELE AT PIICA.fURE.
23.51 Out n-ar
dyer -110'M/. Ws in prorort •On,
9eruir Third helkneen Market and Wood
. Riddle. PoArria 4 oer.
sa. Waier.4h door from Wnod n. Peler•
AgT. Wood to wren fir -1 and Second
R. Tiord gref.l, nett door to t h e
Church—S. n:Jnimpnn, Trea.ur,
Fourth, between Market and Wood
flay. Ma volt.
(VANCE. rOtlrt h. near Ala rkrt
(wren !kin , ke: and Worpti sir - v..l=. on
I, r - r rxßs • ASP F...E?erf F . Inc.
:".$‘ .”: Dd.. Foul iii, Iwi wf
h r,cl nrar wood
ay••, s r . near :he nr.d2l
L. corner of rein and St. Cla.r.
orsii. rimer of Third 1 , •11 nod.
EL-corner of Third arid ~niihii CI
raraer ni frnn , tre ,, and Car•:,l.
Liberia Gl re, near )1
ON 1V:11 to,
1.1.-10% PO rf•r,tl
'WOODS ATTORNEY A N t)
ougm, near ro,hs !c, John r' p!a:•."n
OClrern nn and Li S:.
0 I' 1 (1
m :a 1.1
21c, in En: d
ESS & )11.1.1:11T.
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1 . ,. • q n.rn,.,,off), lior
h ~•11,x; d mil I,
S. le f: rte., r r, !! ,
'T:rr 0,1 hus`..t: r2f2
& 1)1 I ,N% ow - rn -w
,tirLth ;lout., N,
IIOII,INsON. >"ornev a , 1.
ihe [1,.‘t0t,i,.1 , f15 , ..
rl , Bp • •
R t W.
::„ V. VliirrCu
- 01 - NG & CO.. 1 ., n t" re IV r,
, •T t.f 13a1,1 .1 a,- L'.7,• 1 / 3 1,:fr A
to prirrha , Fl find ;1 Jo
rs-P n= a cal!. htsit , r (.111 .-Wisfied that
to qua ry and prirr
tied and e,he;ip by , he do
A.— 511;%p 1,, IC; ••• F Ft
nd o' lie r , Ili 91 furi.r
, and tor sa,t at LL: , r , t.n rt.., es at ilJe
ore of F L. sv )t\ DEN,
0. 1::4 Lt ., ert Otto , ad tat
i'otir I) St . r,rx. I: ri
1.1 af.'!a , is i t ana lane .0
er,ano be uctve,L View p.ttrerps
'RCS I . I,TICA LI'S. in lots to Full
urchai=er,; '.are d! , ;!0=,1
F L SN(
No. 184 h,,d
TS, Flou - Pr. , and P 1 r rdc of er•
ton, ran ntaa...: had :It I ;IP Iltnr
F. L. SNOWDEN.
124 Lih•Prlv , nieet, head of Wood.
Annual Outon nerd, for
rag and 1.44 ed te
F. L SNOWDEN
1134 Lihenr mtvet. bead of Wood
" JERSEY SWEET POTATOES
just received Lv
F. 1.. SNOWDEN.
No. 184. Llheri y head of Wood 57
, ronslstior of Hoes. Fancy Spades
: Trowel., Tolllg. Building
rives. rrucinE Sziwars. etr.. just re-
ht , F. L. SNOWDEN
184 Liberty street, head of Wood
n Hams.--Juft received a snia sup
twice cured Venison Hama, on retail
ISAAC HARRIS:. Agent,
and Com. Merchant
Glover Seed. Orctia rd Grass and
lueGran, always on hand and for
F. L. SNOWDEN,
134 Liberty street, bead of Wood.
HAN AN, -ditarative at Las, office
the Diamond, to -Attorney'Row,"
street, between Marlket and Wood
S'BLANKS, far proceedings is Art_
the tate taw, for sale at this Office_
.1i on the Nortii East corner of Coat
:b Street. Apply to
DARLINGTON, Market, bear *b at.
. reties French Sugar Beet Seed,jsket
and for sale at the Drug aad Seed
184 Liberty ti. Free r. 4.,6l=WofDrciatl'
I N OF PARTNERSHIP.—The
ip heretofore existing between Wile
BENJAMIN HOPEWELL istMsday
&went- Mateo Itipy to Sablnillo4
of she Ann la settllegap tie leednese
- WILLIAM MEM% ,- •
DB. F.. MERRITT, DENTIST, office in silk.
field, beireen Seremid mid Third Si:.,
sep 10 Prrrsace.c.9.
JOHNSTON 4- S"TOCl&ON.Boollpelters. - Prlnterg and
Paper Illnnufneturer‘, No. 37. Market Ft, PPP 10-1 T
11 - 011 N ANDECSON. Smithfield Foundry, Water
*JP near ilie Monongahela lionge, Pirrel urgb. sep 10-1 r
LEONARD S. /Oil SS. Alderman, St. Clair street, se
con d door from Liberty. seri lO—ly
D' . •
q. R. HOLMES. Office in Second street., next door
to Mulvany d- Co's Glass Wnrehouize rep 10-1 y
UN k FINDLAY. Attorneys at Law. Fourth st.,
near the Mayor's Office. Plltc.boreh. Pep 10-1 p
HOS. HAMILTON'. Aitornev at Law. Fin h, between
Wood and?miihfield sig.. PittFhur:h. srplo-1!
HUGH TONER. Atio,nev at Lan•. North E.n.t turner
of Sulu h6rld and Fourth sirrel F. ger) 1 0-1 y
TTION£FON 11ANN.• JAME'S Tra.Nßri L.
pANNA 4- TI lINFULL'S Paper Warehouse, No.
1 4. - Wrtort ct ~ where may he had a general supply
of wrr , :na acrnprti , if. prit11111:. wall paper. blank books.
school book=, &r. Pep 111-1 y
Ffi,e Workers and
• 51t,nvractrrcre, No. 23 Market street. hr!ween 2d
aryl :td Tree:, sep 10-15'
11: 4 V.NCI1 ANG E lIOTEL, Corner of Penn and St. Clair
McgIBRIN 4 SMITH.
.-en I o—ly
META I. —77 lons sofi Pig Moial for gale by
J.G• 4- A . GORDIS .
No. 12 Water eireet
'3 000 LBS. 13 WON
# Shoulders, for ea'? by
.1. G. 4- A. GORDON,
No. 1.1. Weser street.
P A TT E ITS , ON, Jr.. Birmin;ham, near Pittehnr.wh,
I . Manu rerof Locks. Hine; end Rolls; To
iu and Timber Serews; Hansen Srien - c for
0F me , M grr gen 10—Ir
JOAN :11 . CLOSK EY. Tutinr and CIO hier, Ltlwr.y
st,eet, twivreenSilth ana Virgin alley, South side.
W 111.' RRR I I-: k CO.. Who le Grorerr. and
Merchant._ hel ween
kVocni and Ston hneld FIF.. Pit lc/Mr . :M. sep 10— 1v
G Got: ('.4.rn ki , lnn and Forwarding
.0 , vtmier St.. io__ly
\ f": .. •sr - , - . 4 , r ir a' Fl L l ' S F:11 r i r :c d J a r G he 4-I'''Arer.C7C7RedririrT\r
p 111 No. 12, waier
" . .. 1 1 - 1 - ; %14 , !,\S , TS--411 New Orleans
. I. 1,. New Orleans for slle
Lep In 3. c. k \ 4"; R 1/()N.
.rc a E pr ore Stlf Tr, reeerved fw, S.
P. Mame. and for gale by J_ G. 4- A. GnR DON.
.Pr. 10 No. 12, Water preel
II 11A , 'I INCA SI.: .in order. nn hand and for s - tie hy
sp.,-,10 J. G. k A. c; R 110 N. No. 12. `Vaierel
C+l - i;All d.\ll MOl, izSES nnd 4 kN. 0.
s oz% to, N (1 11017,, ,, -. rr•t•.•vved prr S,amboal
-ale_ by J. IF, k A. GOP, Fp' )N,
) IL A. F\ 11^,IF,STOCK
corner 016th and Wood
(;.31 l' CRS pr In.tntolvn nip Black fo• sale
..)..111111a rg.ti evle , I.y
It. F rcicK k CO
, ct, 111 rntner ~i 1;!li anA VC nod Rl=
\F.ii is ND 51( L \ S. , ES N. 0. Sugar.
1•7 1 _,51.t , d0. 100 du. Plaro.;,:lun for
J. G A. GORDON.
o 1.3 \o. 1.2 Water , 1 ttri.
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES,
1 n tw 7n of prOCPedillrQ, printed on
w.d i I''' form , nNlrnved by ihe Col) rqor :ale
• (U rof iho Niprrn ft' and Democrat. uep 10
NVM. 111 - BBARD, loot and
,tqw- t,ul,,rt ur , r. No. 1,11. Third reel, Ise( wee!,
1C ~nA and S,mt Wield IH t<'ai r_h Sep 10
j-: N F k~~
111 - C 1:111 AsTER. AT'RN EY AT LAW,
. ha- rpn,r,i br office lo the (-wrier of Fourth
a reel a ,, rt I rry Alley, between Smiltitied and Grunt
Tdteets.rot-hurah. SOp 10
and lot cot.taint ntz 4
F OR it ENT.—Thethvel:lng
acre, in A ileztteny, near the Beaver Boad.'ately
orrot•tedi , e At r. : 4 :l9atle! Church. Apple at the Merchants
and Manufacturer- . Bank, to W. H. DENNY.
nep 10 Canter.
(h AV I I) SA N DS, IN A TCFI & CLOCK
-J MAKER, In. 95, Market reel, Pills
. 7 1.0 Feese n .. Fifi h and I.dhert y Ferrets,
bEALER IN sr TCII ES C LOCKS. BR E4STPIXS.
FIJI GER R C'v^.lNS. ATVS, CO)11BS,
1 - A:NI/11E1'11'S GARDEN SEEDS.—.A fau
yOl Landileill', Garden weed=, a. ways on
11;,r/4', (or sale at Inc avnry, the Dlulstore of
DR. DAVID WARD ha.l his office and rmailetice
un Fourth Street, near!) smith of the Court House,
second dwelline from n0.t,.40. He will faithfully attend
all rails pertaining to In= profrtssion. Night calls should be
made al lime door above the basement. sep If)
pOV A L. —Mall hew Jones, Barber and Pair Drees!,
16. rr, tta< removed to Fonrth si reel, onposlie ihe May
ors offire, where lie will he happy to:wait Upon permanent
or transient cosi ostlers. He solicitsa share of public pat
ron:lv,. rep 10
ftEMOV A L.— W in, A. Ward. Dental, has removes!
to Mrt'u lough'sH,thrx doors below Irwin street,
one square aticsce the Exchange Hotel, Hours of business,
from 9 la, until sr. r., after which hour he will at.
lend io no one except in mow of actual necessity. He
would furl her inform those who may think proper t o
employ him, that he expects immediate payment, without
the necessity on his part of sending in bills. sep 10
1 OLIN' itrFARL %ND, Upko/sreeer cad Cabinet
.11—ter, Third Ft. bctirces ;rood k _Market streeLs,
informs his friends and the public that he 'is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, SideboardS. Bo
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads. Stands. flair and Spring
blattrasses, Curtains, Carpets, all sorts of Upholsterin:
wore, which he will warrant equal da any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. Pep ilk
COMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS, .i.,
110 Weed Street, Pitts Incrg k.--R. A. Hausman.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, is now prepared
to receive and sell all kinds of Goods and klerchandOe,
at his large and capacious looms, No. 110, North Dun
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets, Pittsburgh.
Regular sales of Dry Goods. Furniture. Groceries and
other articles, on Mondays and Thursday of each week.
Hardware, Cnitery, Dry Goods, and Fancy articles, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.
nooks. 4c..., every Saturday evening.
Liberal advances made on Consignments when wanted.
ileosrs. John D. Davis, &sq.,
" Batiste) , 4- Smith, I
" Hampton. Smith, 4- CO., I
.. F. Lorenz 4- co, I
" J. W. Bertitidge 4 Co, 4
,- S. vrsee * co.
" C a ps James SPGargiti, Pittsbutigli.
" C. than., Em.
“ Jena 1r.,. 'Padden per. 1 .
NLoVIR 4- lc 'alma,. 1
J. K.. II
warhead t Co.
4. Jazir.Stnart, Ba g .
.. Robiir:t Ca tarty, Esq.,
4, I/IISE: , its. Nay, I
it. Baia., 4 Co.
+. : S.C. Hwy;eringa
'• • . *AO. . 11 407.4 Co. - . • naft., ', •
, .. . . . . .. .
Sn. 12. %Vat, .1,44
rn•ner of F 1171,1 AV 004 f ,4111
F. L. SNOWDEN,
IS4 v rert. bead of Wood
18 4 2
Gni Beaver Packet,
- - Steamboat
HEMPLULL, . Ma ster,
HAS commenced her re utat trips, and sill tun dal.
ly (Sundays. excepted.) Leave: Beaver at So'
clock A. M., leaves Pittsburgh at 3 o'clock P. M. con
nects at Beaver with the
Pennityiyania and Ohio Line
of Freieht and Packet Canal boats between weaver, and
Cleveland Ohio, and Green - elite, Pennsylvania. Leaves
Beaver daily at 6 o'clock P. M. This line cohnecis with
two daily lines on the Pettcsylvania canal to Philadel.
phia, and with tne New York and Ohio line on the Erie
canal, and New York and Ohio line and Ohio canal, al.
so with stem freight aad passage boats, brigs and
schooners, on the Lakes. The proprietors of this well
..nown line will be prepared on the opening of naviga
tion to tran.port merrhanaize to any of the intermedi
ate ports on the Pennsylvania and Ohio, and Ohio ca•
oats; to any port on Lake Erie, and the Upper Lakes; to
and from New York City and Philadelphia.
McClure 4- Dickey, Beaver, Pa.,
Cobb Wormer 4 Co., Cleveland, 0.,
Rees 4- Taylor. Warren, 0.,
JAMES A. VEAZY. Agent,
N 0.60 Water street, l'itial.firgh
PITTSBURGH 4- CLEVELAND
STEAM PACKET MICHIGAN,
. W. B. BOLES. Master.
RUNS daily (Sunda. -s excepted,) between PITTS.
BURGH BEAVER. leaving Beaver at BA. N.
and Pittsburgh at 2 P. M. provided with Safe
ty Guard to preen■t Elplosiax of Boilers.
Tins op:endidand fa:a. running Steam Bost has just
poen completed expressly for this trade, and tuns in
CLARKE 4- Co's Pittsburgh sad Cleveland Live of
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE BOATS, daily to
Or down the Ohio canal to Itlantilon, /re. and Erie Ex
tenFion Line to Greenville
The Canal Boats of this Line are towed to and from
Pittsburgh direct, and the bunte r s conducted an the
mo..t prompt and economical system. Having a ronnec.
tton with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Phtiatiel•
phis and Baltimore., and Steamboats running town the
Ohio river; also, through our Agents at Cleveland, with
M. Reed's Steamboats and several Lake Vessels, and
the Troy and Michigan and Buffalo Lake boat lines on
the Erie canal, we aee prepared for the transpot lotion
of Fr-ight to and from all points on the canal, the lakes
and the Rive r, or the Eastern citiee,at prices as !ow as
any other line.
A noir to G. JV. Harlon, N 0.5.5 Water Ft, or at Steam.
boat Michigan's Landing. Phisturgh.
Clark. , 4- Co. Beaver.
Ilabbord Wcatherbee, Warren.
- A. Co. Akron:
Thomas Richmond . Co. Cleveland.
n SFlett TO
J. R. Wick 4. Co.. Greenville;
W. C. Ma len, Sharon,
R. W. Conaingham. Now Castle,
John R irk Youngstown,
Jobh Campbell Ntierton Fa 0.;
Campbell t Miller, Camn4ellstotvn;
C. 4- 1) Rhodes, Franklin;
H. A .!iliHer 4- en.. cnyabon Fall=;
woi.man 4 Whitehead, Massillon;
rdon I'll.. Detroit;
Kinne. Darn , 4- Ce.. rain;
C....1n". Richmond. W 1111.11145 Er CO., New York.
i T ad
I C i te l e ( ct! I P - 17:;:..r:ir; 11. ti C a: r o N i c i r h:i i rid n a ° ; d om 4 plete
Qucel,ware =aired to the rile or country
Irtdr. Aisri. selection of pure while and gold
bond DI AIDTEA ARE. in large or email scis.
Or separate pirres to soil purchasers.
A cask of 46. 6(1. or it.l pier, sets., superbly painted
and Teaware. al very low prire.i.
Toy Tenware. plain. aid rich painled and gill, from
1.110 o $5.00 per set
Children's u. , :s of evert' lieytiiption.
Whiir Chinn Shatin.•
Grande Dining d Tea :Cervices, in white and with
splendid A nierican geenery printed in blue and black.
A large variety Siean,i,oat Dining and Breakia-4 Sets,
inmnrted to malrh. complete,
Fire Pronf gone tialtinit I,late_a and dishes, from the
Flint and Green Gas:. In all their varieties.
Window Mac.. of fw,ry
Patent Purt;nt=. Tubs and Kt-niers
S'one Pipe Heath,. Air. kr. r.
All of which are respieri Cully offered to the put,.
Inc on the niont Is•orabie Icrmr. Jan - 26. 15.12-1
r J. FOX ALDEN Attorney and Counsellor a t
I • 1.1" , . C fit r= hi= profe,siiimal Services to the cit
lien. of Piterlior2h and hot*. for a rhare of public pal
ronaze. He wit! exccutc all kinds f writin2 with neat
ness and di=pai ch. Caren in hank ruptrY attended in on
rearnnahle termr.—Offee in Smithfield street, at the
hon=e of Mr. Thomas 04Neil. to whom he refers.
sep 10 T. J. FOX ALDEN.
DAVID Cl. ARK, .I,g't. ra FEenable Boot _lllaker,
Ilas removed to No, 34 Market s!reet. heti:igen
Second and Third streets - . where he woo d he happy
to see his old cu Comers. and all othrrs who feel dispos_
ed to patronize 'him. He uses nothin: hut first race
stork, and employs the hest of workmen: and as he rives
his con=tant personal attention to business. he trusts that
lie will deserve and receive a fair share of patrona2e.
F RUITS, ICE CREAMTri- rfINFECTWN.ABV.—
Bunker respert fully infOrln. 111 S friends and the
putitir thai they ran always find the hest quality of Ice
Creams. nether with al: kinds of conftvtionarc and
fruits. in I heir season, at his establishment—No. 11.
Fifth street, between Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parries supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes, or anything in his line. Also families furnished
with Bread. sep 10
JOlDi B. CiITTLIRIE, Aucii., , ,er and Commis
Mon Merchant, -4b. cornet of Wood 4- Fifth eta.
Pittsburgh: Having been appointed one of the Auction
eersfot the City or Pit burgh, tenders his services to jotr
hers, manufacturers and dealers, who may be disposed
to make trial of this market-' He t= prepared to make
advances on consignments of alt saleable commodities.
and trusts losatisly correspondents by quick sates, and
speedy land favorable returns,
That the various inter e sts which may be confided to
him, shall be adequately protected. he brings to the aid
of his own experience in business and acquaintance with
merchandize generally, the services of Mr. Saarxi.
FABIOLS7 OCE heretofore advantageously known, as an
importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery. with
whom a permanent engagement is made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan. Pres't. of M. 4- M.
•• Darlington Peebles.
•• James M. Cooper,
u R. M. Kiddie, Pillstritrgh
•• Wm Robinson, Jr. Pres%
•• of Egehange Bank.
Hampton,Smith, 4- Co.,
• • John D. Davis,
•• Samuel Church.
•• J. K. Moorhead,
Jas. W. Crown k Co.
• John H. Brown. k Co.
• Yardly ISswers, Philadel'a
•• John S. Middle, I
I cep 10
LIYANS9B CAMOMILE PILL L S .—ABBA
3ZA RAM J. CLENIER, residing at 66 Slott street,
New York, was afflicted with ttyspepsia fa its mod
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head
ache, great debility. fever, costiveness, sough, heart.
burs, pale is t h e chest and stsmach always after ealit4, '
impaired appetite. secsatiaa of oilskin at the mostatch,
famed tongue, mamma. with freeload vomiting, diszioess 4
towards Bight ad restiesess. These had coatimred op.
ward of a twebreastrath, wheal. ow coomattiog Dr. Wis.
Brae& 100 Chanson street, and sabaditiag to his , ever
sariamtal aatiagroesblo mode of tresuaeol. the patient
was couipithtr restored: health to the short oPwaO of
wdlawwbratatt itralsadot tor the usetteolathie here& derfe.
etriadly eitawfOrwastand vistastemall thardosestate
rhir algoOlnatimmhgamtiotall try
a. :a • mucus. A 0.. ".
MOIL Woolensitotaint• ttleiiidr
GOODE'S, Cele3rated Feniate Pi/Zr.. These
leillsanentrotitly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a traie and efficient retniyaiy in removinz
those complaints peculiar to their sex. from want of ex
ereilat. :Or feneral debility of the 1,r.1.4.4n. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
There Pills have rained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians in the Uni
ted States, and many Motiiers. For sate. Whole - -ale and
Retail. by R. G SELLERS.
rep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
WM. ADAIR, Boot arid Shoe Maker, Liken! St_
opposite tke head of Smithfield et., Piusi,Krek,_
Tie subse_rther having
,bourht out the stock of the tale
Thomas Rafferty. deceased, has commenced business
in the old stand of Alt. 'R., and is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work in his line, in the best manner
and on the shortest notice. Be keeps cor stant ly on hand
a tae assortment ofshae findings of all descriptions and
of the best quality. Be solicits the patroness of the nub
ile and of the craft. WM. ADAIR.
inid axles for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The subscribers manufacture and keeps constantly on
band Coaeh.o and Elliptic Sprinp (vcarratited,) Juniata
Iron &Tim Silver and Brass plated Bash Frames, Brass
and plated flub Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lamps. Three fold Fteps, Malleable
Iron, Door Handles and Binges. tre.. 4-e.
Propri et ors
LET. -A well finighed and comforlabl. two go
ry houFe, icitet her with hack glable, car
itiw*wiion given immediately.
This property is situated below the Penitentiary , . near
the residence of Sir. Wm. Burnley. and if a very dmirahle
residence. For terms inquire of I. K. Moorhead, or the
subscriber. G. W. BARNES Union Factory.
sep 10-2 w
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.—Takr Notice that I
have applied to the hiders of the Court of COM
mon Pteas of Venanen eminty. for the benefit of the laws
made for the relief of Insolvent Debtors; and that they
have a-mwtinted the (north Monday of November for the
hearing of me aol my rentlitors. at the Court House, in
the Borough of Franklin—when and where ycn may at.
tend, if you think proper, and show cause, if an) you
have. why I should not Fedi...chat-en. d.
son 13-31 WILLIAM ICF.stRNtz.
la D. SELLERS_ M. . office and dwelitn! in Fourth
• near Ferry street !=.l , 13—ly
STOLEN, from the shop of the Fl it,rt hs, . in Third
....ireet, some time lam week, a pair of Shears, for
hair.eutting. They are nearly. nr (mite a (not Me!, and
very slim. It is supposed the thief sold I hem snmeiv here
in the sit r: I will pay the purchaYer any reason aii!ri Trice
if he will firing them to me. M. JONES.
SSIGNEES' S ALE OF REAL ESTATE. AT A.17C. ,
TION —On Sautrdar,lith instant. at 3 o'clock. S..
M. 1 will by order ofthe As - --ignee, on the firemin7.s,
the fol'oxvinz described property. viz:. A tot of Ground
32 feet front by about 100 feet deep, with a substantin'
frame hutidine on it, need now s a machine shop. e.iii
taininz a zond Stem Engine and Gearings.Twn Circular
Saws and Dr , ! Rif situate in A Ilerhr ny City, between the
Canal and the Commons. and adjoining the Ittrthrtdisi
r lin rr h—forinerly ocicupied as a Innki tip glace factory,
I-y T. 1 Miller 4- co. Ter..,,f ..ale.
cep 11-7 t J. B. GUTHRIE, Auctlnneer.
100 1111DS. ICY. LEAF TOBACCO, in store and
fur sue by I. G. 4- A CORWIN.
win 13 No 11 Water street.
CANN'OS. SHOT AND SriELT..s.—}treEAr or Onnt .
NANI , E •VD HYDR , ) , :r ‘7 . 1.1Y. 3d Sri', ember, 1842-
Sealed Pronovatv twirl trrerrirrd at thin Purean until 3
o'rlock, P. M.. nf ihe 15th October nryt. for furni.hinf:
and in the pronori and at the places hero
in detzignatrd, the-f l ottnwing number and deneziplion for
f`annnn. Shot and Sliell..fir the Naval Srrvire of the
rnilnd Stalec, viz: Thirty-eixiltx inrh Panxhan rims, of
about 63 cwt. rad'. S-vents' twn poundPr r.unt , of
41 rot. and opo arms. the previve weltt!;t of oath to hp dr.
trrminrd herearle•. FFve I,undred eight inr h
Thrrr hnndrrii elrhi inch solid Flio , and Seyrn thew-a od
I hirty-two ponndrr .not. Delit,e rG bi e an folloar:
10rirlr in Palchan rnnn. Delirr-alle a:
21)0 eiclit in. glielt. I Fact.rtr , iJar
lon einht c 4.0.1 0 10 1 hot., N• nn
211 thirty two poundrr tuns or I.efore Il e
2_300 thirty two pounder s'hot 1151 h Mac I,ext
10 e i, z lit ,n. Pa iyhan 20110 Delive,a• .r.• 01
ISO eight in, Buffalo N. Y
1011 vie hl in solid o•ot I nn Or I,,fore
Thirty TWO pounder xinnv I the 15'h Mar
°,5001111 'rtwo pounder 01101 next.
10nitht in. Paixhan tuns Ilphyrrat '1 at
150riiht in. shops I Prle renya
160 eight in .Fohd =hot on or le-fore
211.1111 rig lwn Nan oiler Erin. I the 1. - ot,
2.0150 I hi, ty two rinnndne shot J reSi-
The propos - lin nth., slate 11 jr,rt I r the rate per lon :of
wen, v.l wo hundred and fort ti pont - Me. for the rrn es. and
the rate per pimnd for the shot and shell:tit, deliyeraltle nn
above, ;Otto Ire suldjert Irh nd enderro ouch proof nod in
snemino.ac thin Flrirenn may deem proper In a tl ,
and none will he paid for that cliall not pay; inch in.
opert ion as note he entirely sal isfaelory.
Flondc. with two approved :tow les, will I* required in
one third Iheeelima tend amount of the contract. and ten
per cerium nit ha ammtut of all hills will he retained an
onllateral peroritv for the faithlnt m•i-fmin t an,e th rent,
which will he paid only on the natinfartory rarripht, inn of
the 'mot raot: and Mom v per 'moth ro of ail del ice rirn trill
b y paid on I-Wit:properly ant lirotiriateri, aerordine. to the
prorinionn of ;be ron , raet, within thirty day: after their
prontent al ion , n the Navy Arent.
The offerp muz. rate at whnt azenry the rout rartcr
mar dairy payment to he MA/10,
Bra winv of he E.run. writ oe furntphed from this" Bu
reau. and they mnqi be cast and finkited to conform In
them in every reppert.
No hot blast metal is hr nzed , and t he =hot ITIII ,, he
rant in rand moult's. pep 1 2
TO THE WISE.—It r 9 now well understood how
much disorders of the mind depend for their care
noon a due attention to the body. It is cow understood
how valuable is that medicine which will remove morbid
accnmulatiotin without weakeninz the bodily power. It is
now understood that there is a reciprocal influence he.
tweet' the mind and the body. It is now understood that
purling with the Brandreth Pills will remove a melan
choly, and even insanity is cured by perseverinzly
them; It is now understood how much dome_:lic Wippi
fleSt depends upon the healthy condition of the digest use
It is now well known that the Brandreth Pills have
cared ihouand• of hopeless and helpless persons, even
when the first physicians had pronounced them beyond
all human means of relief. It is now not only well
known that the Brandreth Pills so cure,„tmt it is also un
derstood how they cure; that it Als by their purifying efeet
on the blood thrt they restore the body to health.
The value of the mcdieine is becoming more and more
manifest, It Is recommended daily from - family to family.
The Brandreth Pills remove In an almost imperceptible
manner allnoxions accumulations and purify and invigo
rate the biood,and their good effects are not counterhalan
ced by any inconveniences; tieing composed entirely o'
vegetables they do not expose those who use them to
danger; aod their effects arc as certain as they are mili
tary; they are daily and safely administered to infancy.
youth, manhood, and old ate. and to women in the most
critical and dehcateclrcumAances. They do not disturb
or shot* the animal functions, but restore their order
and mlablish their health.
Soldat Dr. Braadreth's Office, No. DS, Wood street.
Pittsburgh. Price 2.5 cents per box, with full directions.
A 6S—The only plate in Titiaburg,h where the genu
ine Pills can be obtained, is the Loctor's own office, No.
4 3S Wood +surd. sep 14
MARBLE II A Ng:WM.ITUE V.—Pairiek Canfield re
spectfullyikquai nts his friends and t he paid ie gen
erally, that be has commenced the Marble hominess 21 the
earnerof Fifth and plea t , sty— where white constantly
on hand, tomb stenO, mantel pieces. monaments.- head
and foot stones. table slate for cabinet ware, and every
attleleitspettahtinta the business. Me will warrant his
work td he well done, and his changes will be usolorale. •
He respectfullyasics a share of public patronage., telt 10-,
lAMBS. A. VEAZtY, Fans4riirsi and anesissing
eP - mss kg* tor Seement CleiOsair
TterisirrineriaandOlo Liao. Elavieg teseedilbs *Pm
tome Temeiiroccapleilby ilir~wee 4 Ce.,1110,61k,
1111 mellIT/ 11411 11 1 Pillt.V 1011100117 P 0/11011101011WW,
JONES d• ern.EmAN.
St. Clair 0.. near 0 e , leetieny ktridste
Far 'Wishing a AVE Daily Paper ia 4e City.," Pitts
4.17:14. to it ratittei tkei
DAILY MORNING POST
/pH E Sultveribers haring made arrartgements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsbetrgh Mercu
ry into one Journal, haveconctnded to Mildish a daily
paper with the title of the Dail! .11forailw Pest.
The !codif:, object of the “Posr" will he the dissemina
tion and dr.Rnce of the political principle's that have here
tofore been maintained try the Editors, in : , their smprclive
papers. and t heir best ciforts will still he devoted to the
advancement and success of Mime doctrines.
Although. in politics, the paper will' he thoroughly
democrat it. yet the Editors hope, by giiring as honest,
candid history of passing Political Mrents. Foreign
end Domestic intelligence, and brief notjces of ati mat
tees and occurrences that come properly wit btu the sphere
of a Public Journal, to make their paper; sufficiently in
cresting to entitle it to the patronage or the pahlic, it
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the political and ;energy news that alit
be found in the ••Jfsrsing Post," the Faitors will take
pains to fit rni , ll the Intsinens community With
the latest and most ititcrm.ting Cortiaviamac. Invimsa
cencz from all parts of the country, and to have prepa
red such arentint it of the Markets and the State of Trade
as will be advarilageous to our Merchants and &minim
Men in their several callimm.
Terms.—The Posy . will be pnblisbed on a large imperil.
a I sheet of fine paper, (manufactured especially for this
Journal) at that unusually low rate of FOE DOLLARS
per an nem, parable in advance. It will also he sold by
sews-boys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Advertise-meats will he inserted at the lowest rates
chard by the ot her daily papers of he'rity.
ry:y-TWENTY :wise tads are wanted:to sell the Post,
who wit] be engaged on the most liberal terms
Augnst 31, 11142, W. H., SIN ITN.
OLP PSTA BUSHED EMIGRANT OFFICE. NO. 61
SOUTH STREET. NEW TOR Neve York and
Liverpool Conenterrial Line of Packets. Siti/zsg Weekly.—
The Subscriber would respectfully infOrm etieh persons
~esidin! in t his country as are dadroits. for sending for
their friends to come out from the old country. that" - he
continues as u.ual to make engagements. by which arts
=enters are bro-...ht out en very moderate terms, in First
('la's Ships. sailing from Liverpool weekly, and would
=sure pervons desirons of coming by the above Line,
that as agents of first respectability are engaged at Li
verpool, t here will be no detention whatever at that
Re i= olizo rirrrio red at all times .50 furso=h Sight Drafts
for nor o mon nt To assist in pieriaring paiisengets for the
rnrage. payahie I hrou!hout the United Kingdom, and in
The parties a:!reed forshould decline coming out, the
,mssage money shaft be refunded without reduction.
For further pa rticutars apply it by letter In
JOFIS . HERDMAN.
No. 61. South street, New York.
Or to JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK
At the Warehouse •nl . UALZCU. Fcrmlygo.
sep 10 No. 24 Water street, Nits-burgh. Pa.
GREAT S tLEOF PENNSVLVANI A LANDS. !i.e..
BY A I'CTION.—WiII he Fold hy Tulilic Auction,
without re"erre, for rash. in close the concern, at-tire
14ait or the Marlborough Chapel, in Bozinn, on Tnday..
the fonrit day of Oeinber next, commencing at nine of
he c lor k in the forenoon,
AII the pinrwrty aft he United Shales Land Company
ronci<t io of alPfkUt
140.000 Acre,: of good and well wateyed Farmint• and
Grazing and very valnable Tinilier Land, lyine in Jelrer.
con. McKean and Clearfield ronotieF, in the Siate of
Penng , vlvania—on parig , of which there ns abundance of
Coal. Lime A nd Iron Ore. and many Feat.;
And of fliaims ocailifa sundry persons for land Fold
, yinF. in said rmt nt iec, that are conziiirred good.
And o• Stork and rOnif: on a Farm fn the township
of Bradford. in Ihe conn'y of McKean, in said State of
Ti,. land will he snirl in Isis to snit purchasers, con
1 - 70 m at...not IN In 5000 ;irreg.
Further particulars trill he made knnian al the cafe, or
nn inquiry of the .10, , eriber. at No. 12 Lone Wharf—
of Fi•here and Baldwin. Merrhants' Bow in gllFlo,—or
of eh her of the Trui.tees of the said United Siale. Land
Co•npanr. D. R GRIGGS.
Precklent of the United Stales Land Co.
Boston, A nzw=t 20.1340- (oep 10)
By Mo, - rinun ¢ "o. Landon. for sale only by S. N.
IVickersharn, corner of Wood street and Virrin
a , ley Poinbarth Pa. and H. Harwood, Deaver Pa. who
in sole azent for Wr..tern Pennn)lvania. sr p 10
Flflrd FUR F:;LE.—The underFvzned offe rs for sale a
trac. of land situated 4 mile: from Freeport, in the
direriion of Kittanning, Buffalo 'township, Armstrong
rllllnly.enniaininf. 100 acres, 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10 of whirr, are in meadow— a good square log
dwellunz hoot" and roron born erected thereon—an apple
orchard of 20 hrarine trees—and a spring of excellent
waler rronrpnient 10 the house.
FOR TERMS apply' to the vohirribers residing nt the
Salt works on the Penu ry C:Anat, 1 rtt.le above Free-
Da J. IVEsToN'3 Ve.zetable Expectorant Bcrun,an
infallible cure for w Itoopi couz.h. Thie disease
is moo I y confined to children, and is 'attended with a
sal ffocat CWT. h. sad a deep shrill sound, called a whoop;
it comes nn with difficult hreathins. thirst, hoarseness and
r inii it th, with difficult expectoration. The violent exer
i o n s in rouzliiiii2 bloat the fare. which turns purple, and
the eye...weN and heroine prominent.
Consumption often dates its oriain from this disease,
which has hitherto baffled the skill pr trio most able phy
sicians. hut now by this simple readable medicine this
distressing and frequently destructive disorder can be cu
red in a few days. Thousands have given it a trial and
is no care where used according to the. direction has it
I failed. J - cwenwrg the viscid matter and making it easily
expectorated without such violent straining as is invaria
bly experienced by little sunerern by every mode of treat
ment that has been recommended.
Coughs. colds. consumption, ast hes, cured by Dr.
Weston's Indian Cough Medicine. mane Cores of roorump•
tions, some in tt.e advanced stages acd even up as incora
te by physicians. have been cured by this medicine with
his pills and plaster. el large bottle', small 50 ets, pimp
25 cents. plaster 2.5 cts. His Strengthening Piaster is the
hest in the world for wrak hacks. pain in the side,
Jr. J. Weston's Eye Water cares all disorders of the
eyes when all other means fail. Price 2-5 cents His Corn
Salve is sold at 121 cis per box, containing enough to
etre 20 corns or more. He has also a perfectly safe and
highly valuable medicine for scorns.—price 25 cents per
His Rerene6 are superior to all others, being at least 6
times the strength of any that can be plirebased at any of
the drisgstus. such as peppertnint.sfwarmint, cinnamon,
lentnn.orantr.e, lavender. dories, fermi; almond, berga
mot, rosemary, carraway, dfc, Prjee-121 onus p e r
bottle, or 50cts per case containing 4 Mottles, or 5'5 chi
for isoiftt containing 6 bottles.
Fors:ale at John ThompsonksGrocers 153 Liberty at.,
next door to the .'Three Sig Downs." Pep 10
TIR, J. B. T I BBiTT'S. Respectful* law= the gar
LP' tens of Pittsburgh and vicinity, that he has return
ed to the city. Be hopes so Aare the .)rosiddenee of his
former patrons and the public._generality; and - sobel . ts a
renewal of a portion of their patronage. lit ettantezloa
be would observe that the operathw Of Litharitty, tor
bruiting the stone in the bladder and allowing west
ofwith the urine) is every where eatudutaidbrdtheihtelt
est interest- Be hopes to rztend the 1 , oftldshrlutelt
Phis profession to the afflicted._Stridunes.ths ears of
the Bladder apd which totally 114011 r.—.
wdt ittrearts . Creeefve artithitori.
Those frnit -a diatacee Wishing ilatilher ,indatunatilasi'
frail apply perktaally or by letter. or *shad. can he
acannanntated at his detain's. in ate d rut erlar4
IY•ao Third .b erwel * rfmr, rya°
PRICE TWO CENT.§.
%VAL Er PHILIP BARER
yam*, Oank, was*
ssinsustr is blowups
1101000,4 11 , 'hams 116
tissailifies is Ms
';.R '~ m.
_~z ~a. ~
THE ILITIIIIAIRY Pen% 1,
To Ow Nephyr Spirt
Spirit of the mild west vied;
01 softly Own thy sunset bowers straytw.
Thou meat the cool founts and amen to la,
With the rosy Imam plum:
Ay! when the eosins! eve
In summers skies is drearily lines,
Then consist and the streatnieti gentle wavW
Tells of thy fa wing wing.
And the dew-freshened flower.
'Neath the burden of thy viewless tone; " - begiit
While passive beauty in her aise•gruwn bower,
Feels thy kua TA her brow.
The voice of thy soft breath,
Like seraph language in the listening sly,
It falls upon the car and the heart 'swath
Its tones, melts to a sigh:
Of wafted on thy wing,
A pleasant stroll for flowers, fountains, flak
Till wearied with a joyous journeying,
A dream of rest it yields.
Spirit of the balmy West!
A summer sunset beams not on my heart,
But I would base thy pinions, fairy like, to rest
And teach me what thou art.
SJ beautiful! sweet lisp!r!
Thy errand o'er the bright an I blossomed earth.
Seemeth like buried love returned. ti whisper
in our hearts pietyes worth!
And should thy summer call
Reach us unheeded, mid the thoughtless milk
There is a season when thy tones will fall
On our hearts fearfully loud.
When Autumns rougher gale
Sweeps from the creaking boughs the yel'iro
Thy sad moan will be heard in the seer vales
Like mortals called in grief!
A Touching Story.
We find the followiog harrowing nar—
alive related in the Ledger of Friday last;
It was hut yesterday that we were made
acquainted with . the history of a family of
females—an aged mother and three daugh
ter,—who, before the failure of the United
States Bank, were worth thirty thousand
dollars. The whole of this sum was in—
vested in the inetituticn named, and from
the whole of which they could not now
probably realize over one hundred or two
hundred dollars! They dressed and lived
during their prosperity as their amount - of
property seemed to justify, and without
preparing themselves in any particular vo
cation with which to struggle against com,
petition for their living. When adversity
came they could turn their hand to no oc
cupation with nrofir, even had labor been
offered them. The apparel they possessed
when their misfortune fell upon them, en.
abled them to attend their church and ap*
pear in the street respectably clad, until
within a short time. It was known that
they were among the victims of the plun—
derers of the United States Bank, but their
friends and acquaintances supposed them
far removed from destitution. Within the
last few months it was first observed that
one less than the usual number appeared
at the same time in their place at church.
Then, subsequently, was noticed that:
two of their number were absent, though
not always the same. So, on receiving
the calls of their friends, first one, two, and
then three, of the family failed to make
their appearance. This, at length led to
a pressing inquiry as to the cause, and to a
recital of their wretched condition. Their
wearing apparel and every thing else that
could be converted into the means for pro
curing nourishment, had gone, article by
article, until dresses were not left fit for
more than one or two of their number to
make themselves public in—and for the
last six weelcs before the armament of their
condition, they declared that not an article
of food kind except potatoes had passed the.
lips of one of them! It would be imptasi—
ble to describe the mental anguish that
was experienced in parting with the many
links of former comforts, as they were, one
by one, banded over to the tender mercies
of the pawnbroker; perhaps mementoes of
a dead husband and father; tokens of affec.
tanks and love that the mother would not
have parted with for her own Sufferings,
but which were yielded up to save .her
children from want --end which those chil
dren reluctantly consented to share. for the
purpose of saving the author of their being
from the gnswings of hunger.
What can you dot asked a traveller, of ta
country urchin whom be sawia trout ora
fai mer's house, ticking a toad with a -Wig
straw. 'O, 1 can do m3risi cozwidrikit,
1 rides the turkeys to water, nullui
geese, cards down the rld rooster - pets up
the pigs mile in paper to make 'em curl,
hamstrings the grasshoppers, makes fires
file 'thatillie. to court hy, keeps tally Sro
dal atidwuttiry when duryscota at a mark,
and cut's the owns dad's-coat whets
be's at -praYener,
s i t u a gasairy
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