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ATENT SA ti
.ERS TAKE NOTICE-41i
dell With the Safety Guard his t
with a figure of the apparatss,
usl deceived by inisrepresep
t heir boats to be VI/laded
n they ate vet alarmed ap
yin; Is: list of boats seppti t4
he Pot-. of Pitlaborgiv....o
tst have the improved a "I
is impossible for au ender*,
;, • JE WS
LYONS, CA °K •
FORGE, INDIAN Qm
MAIL, DUKE OFO
1 4 11`111GAI
N N. MESSENGI
N 8 ETT S kRATOG,
IT I - 1 • ORPHAN
J H- BILLS,
•n! community are 'ntifutirely
•take a oilmen of • boat. In mkti
Aber it would not be la tic•
o t Imo= a Safety Cuar Mi. I
r.ight, in preference to maw
.:+ron—and that' they wino; 1
ration has the unqialified two
L tine builders—gentlemen irlw
-land the subject, and whoana
—odes a number of rerlificiAnln
and others--all of which rani
10. AVatrr street, where it en
I times to exlithit. my Mr..
r tae trouble to call.
4.ll£lloU3E.—Hanna § T.
turers, Steuttensille.Obio, to
known to the public thin
• r warehatise in Pittsburgh, on
door . south of Filth at., (et;
they will keep constantly
of paper, C01).-istin: of writhr,
ir r, tea and wail paper, and bon •
tion with which they will_keepa
and Ft imp! Look. - •
, an erlenslce
it. , rat visitt.lllc
I i6P cn :11 Slew tils,
IS, N. utilat.,,
orrta;xr. will be promptly
mold r> folly empowered to •
o ;he ma na.zr we lit of their husi
FFD W. 9 X7'ED.—%4aated le
r a quantity cif Flax and
I , :tn& of Con ntry Produce take/
.d‘.. at HARRIS' Inteltimet
if Cori ] 111.1. ,, i0n Wareham
A Rl'. Cern nstss ion Mere/Lax':
nd Amrrrean Manufacture', X
er. E-q., Poi.,burzh
,oiran of IZ'LI
-:`.ournP, , Maditton
LE FARMEf tit SALE: i
I five, in Wilkins
:,.• Id. coronfnarbe one hundred
I 70tacrrs of which 7r eicamd. a
re.i.. There are upon it three
, feel by 3.1; an apple orchard
- rent y a/es of coal. The ser
01 ny upland farm in tit
K flown on application to the es
„-ea. WILLIAM WALLA
AM C. WALL, Kai* cad
Pieture Frame Jlitrisfeettrer
t Pitts burgh. -=Conviuss Bna• •
always on band. Lookint,
awed to order. Heralds:dose'
r attention paid to re:ildingaoti
ne n p steam Boats Of bOlBO l
' LEr P.—The subscribers are
i,‘•nish painters, and otherso bs
V bite Lead made of the ben
if not superior to any offerrd
:Arrtsed to Dunlap 4-
10 Second street, Piltddladgb . `"'
FASHIONABLE -800 g
one door frost old stool 4
riber respectlally itd
and vicinity that be has •
of his own manufacture.
....tit keep constantly oft WI
I Findeof ladies, mibwir , s llll .;l,
. of the last quality. ahleit
the litres He will taken 101"..1
. iley work—each
~,med gaiters, and bridal&
r:islers. silk gaiters, ke,.+
tie at the shortest notice.as" "
will please call and e gli
riber feels confident ttrath t
in his line they may Irma.
n Y forget the ritece—Proj .
Harr is's otelligenee taigeb,""
k et Si reet
DIGBY having taken.
-;does; of DIODT Elotalertat.."•
reet and 4-2 Market Street. b il e
t Ile numerous friends sad
lie very liberal support thel ""*.
in connection wi
2115 U re Ibelb Mal ever! cl ef t:
oniinnatioa of the swot.
mirite their,attleotioso to Oit a
Web he inteadavelliag et ,g l"
eel' ever offered, Wog 441 I ":,
of the stock of the 11_00"..„„
as be tramp& to conies
stock. either in cheer'"
:0 take notice t kat eVell
EL MORROW. " l l
Shea hvz Waite Jr-••
Market. Boa t s.--14
st the sboitest
. 1.-NO 13
PUBLISH ED BY .
LEAPS & lir. 11. SMITH,
ER OF WOOD 4- FIFTH STS.
VE p iL LAII~ a Scar, payable in
top i e , TWO r ENT.:4--for at the
ce. and by Sews Boys.
rir and natinfacturer
Er LS, al the ,ome office, on a duulle
ai Tw , ) ryiLL .ES a year, In ad.
corir , CI S CENTS
,u of ,Adverfisiug.
E OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
0.50 I One month, $:.00
0.751 Two 111011iF, 6.00
1.00 Three mouths, 7.00
1..50 I Four months, R,OO
3,00 I wiz months, 10,00
4.04.1 1 One err, 15.00
: •NGLICI-E. eT PI k,..ti‘l'llE.
elg 110 I. ,iI mouths
krwrlT,sin prornri ,rwn
; 2 11 [1,,1.T.AR, a yr.ar
lee 'on . •ren Mark"i and \'ood
ajar .11,1111 Vt . 1111,, k,
ootl tw! rt Fir -I cone,
13.1 rt . :!111. Trl,ll,lVr.
AT, TLsrd 511,14, Ilf Cl ritlOr 10 the
Founn. et lyre II Market and %Vooti
t•Nce. Fcurtll, near !Ma .ket at.
wP , I Mar hrl F. on
P y‘.l" / - 1,1:.5 . AND FARMER,' rE.
1 .4-1 r
rort.vr ut Pr•ia :MO r;
n , d
uo 71 •.d I'ar,al
t..TT;ViZN EY A\ t)
SIA , ,I'.
a 1 al
fit.. ,~~~~ a~•d
4z, .0 I, ‘l, k•
1 . . 1 a
11.1 , 11:110-
I I .1, !ket
tr. OTT cP tu ,
kut S:rf I,:ny !
( • O
—J r•rr.l 160 .114JI
t. , !.y do
I . fair,
;0 11 , c
No. 1%4 rot. 01 ‘V 00d
and fir t;L: ,
sEy.S i; 0 ,1 :11.1 ft:Jim - to ,
1-%.,,r;t1:=1 . to IhP .
Is I.! al,. Show made ;n
1:16 fir wt. ri•cfir p.ttlet
I.TIC in lots toz,uit
0. 131 1
11. 1 . fq 1. hvrol or tv,,od
d Cl Yv-
C:rl :.d :.1 I err l i tU!
F.L sNnIV DES,
IZ4 LC-wit f•!, h. -,A111" Wood
11:1“:D1 i; p r d. I'W
rug alld Vli
F L SM , WDEN.
IglLit , ert y r , ,.1 head of Wr.od
JERSEY rAVEET 1 . 1)7'.11 OES
ust fere; cil
r. L. F7s7rP.I'DEV
15 - i J. • ad of Wad
ivr-, Pru I.i rkc CSC., itr.o re
'by I'. L _NOW DES.
$4 y eet. tread of Wood.
-Ja ,l re , rwcti a small sup
)nire .•orP.l Venkon !lanai:, on retail
ISAAC II tIIRIS kcent,
and (lai. MetCtlaVt
St-cd, Orchard Gras, and
ue Grass, always on Isaad and for
F. L. SNOWDEN.
,la 4 Lo , erly slrcet. head of Wood.
As AN, ..4ttornep A at LrOr, oaf e
street, !lel %V n Market and Wund
4 ;`BLANKS, rot . precPedinz s in Rt_
er the late taw, for sale at ibis Office
ole on *lke Korth East corner of Coal
WI street. Apply to
DARLINGTON, Market, near 411, st.
adretles Prencb Sagar Beet Seed,just
and for %ale at the Drag and Seed
F. L. - SNOWDEN.
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
N OF PARTNR.IIBIIIP.--The
if*, heretofore existing **weep Mir
BENJAMIN HOITWELL istbis day
• - consent. W a:lmq Mew4l; nn4lt 'iced
of the 6113) li t "Aging 1 4#4.00*Iatilen
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DR. E. NEB:RI - Tr, DENTIST, Office ix Smith
field, bersouls - &semi sad Mini
sep 10 Psirriscrase.
JOHNSTON 4- STOCKTON. Booksegers. Printer': and
Paper Manufartnrem No-37. Matket ct sep 10-ly
TOHN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Water M
al near the Monongahela House, riitsturah. sep 10-ly
LEONARD S. JOHNS, Alderman, St-Clair street. se
cond door from Liberty. sep 10—ly
DR S. R. HOLMES. Officein Second street, next door
to Mul7any 4• Co's Glace Warehouse sap 10—ly
SHUNg¢ FINDLA Y. Attorneys at Law, Fourth st.,
near the Mayor's (Mee, Must - mm.lv. sep 10-1 y
'CH"- H A 11 I LTON, Attorney at Law. Fin h. between
Wood and Smithfield sts., Pittehure h. sep 10-1 y
pLTG TON F.R. Aito•nev at I.acr. North Eact corner
of Smithfield and Fourth stree‘s. sep 1 0-1 y
THOWPSOM RAN" A . . ......... J •NES TURNELFI L.
TIAN NA 4- 'I7II!ZEST:I.I , 'S Paper Warehouse, Nu.
114. %Vend Fl.. where may b' had a general supply
of writing wrapping. printing. wail paper, blank books.
school 1416k4, kr, kr. scp 10--ly
131 T O WN ..t.E.NO & CO.. Wire Workers awd
i .11,/trfreurere, No. 23 Markel steel, between 2d
and .1.1 Streets. ep 10-1 F
2IXCH ANGE HOTEL. Corner of Penn and Clair
st •eet 5, by Nc!cIP,IIIS 4- SMITH.
I.lf. MET L —77 ion* s.on Pie NI , tat for sale by
= , •ti 13 No. 12 Water street.
nikr,B tiCON 11.111 S. 16,000 ILs.l.l.con
•fi1t1k.7 4 .1 slto ulders, for ea e Itv
J. G. k A. GORDON,
F'f' 13 No 12 Water street,
IT %S. PA't•TF.I::=ON, Jr.. B near Pi.isbnreb,
%la Minces and BollF.; .To
-71, rn. ru , er. ;!! , I :Ind Timber Scretv-; flousen Srretv , ' for
rt,in2 p o—fy
0.117 i L( EY . Mi!or and Clet bier, Llber.v
!JP 'sheet ',lv. cell Sixth :Ina ra la alley, FOll , ll Side.
, T, 10
w p,uits;:ll,4:l; 4- Co-. Gropers and
c,-uun,,z,ctn Nl,,eh:r nT--Srrr.nd slrept, between
~ „,i srts..llTl ,l t;r2ll. sep 10— 1y
- - -
yi G Gt )1; lA's:, aud F::4orAvrifdittg:
ei M. 1 • : 41er y
IP. C., ; ra„' 11:11rt,'. ..: , 041;1 a t received ncr S
- Ir. a , d for Fair. I,v J G. 4- A. GOlif.fiN,
n lO No. 12, l‘ er reel
--411 Nvw Oriea~.s au
. .N, T Pule hy
C & CMIDON:
t• d to
1-e; bn c t: r.,,ne N. (). izdtar, reeefvell ner
0 , 7 It . ine. anti C.., gale by 1. G. Sr A. G0111)0 N.
er. 10 N. 12, Water street
11A'nN ortler. on hand nr.d for s:•111. 'oy
11 «p 10 J. G. 4- A.COfnnN.No.Li.`V:orrst
'G AND MOLASSES.—I.; 111:ds an 4 4I 1= N. 0.
;71 SI 1 32 Id Is N 0. *.. , rived per .S.lonrohnat
r. od for sa lc I,y J. G A . GilP , N,
p 1 0 No. 12. Rarer mreet
LARD 01 1.. f r;a , r ly
E. A. Ali NESTOCK k CO.
10 ner of 6111 and Wood .0.5
631 \ ‘. l` EP,
.1 \ . : 4 1 1 l an. 7 1.
r i; l e n r. i.c k
& fu e r ° Rate
I I r.f lVood
s)(F0 d I'l, H.. go'e 6y .
t. A. F N: r rot x A . co
.4 h .10 woo.t
~1 . . `A'IR 1!!
\1; ;\[l v()1.4, 7 •1.2,- , N. 0. Et-::r,
do. do., 191 . 1,!o. fur
PETITIONS, NOTICES, &C.-
u ...,,i lj“ 1. kr uptry proceed printed On
P:11,1 wr.m.l 3f , p/..Vel by rlre Couri,for sale
Vcrt I,r) nt:tl Democrat. r•-ep
lIUBBA U, boi3t
\i.int,Lctor cr. I , Third s•roet, het vreeti
\*ihid d zori ei 10
Bii:C 1i M IST Ell, ArLINI:Y AT LAW.
. T. ;1 4 r•t! LH, 0 4 1:o• '0 11. (011 it, Of bOurl:1
Irrel SIIIIIIIIC4I 31z1.1 Cf.illl
7,e."..! • ..J , I1r17:1. F-Tp
e A e
r()„ it ENT.— rked
arre, neat} the flie:irer RoaV. a.leiy
orupirA it Mr. !'n .(IP' Church. Apply at the Vet - chants
a :Id 31;10.:lact ur, ts • Rank, to %V. IL DENNY.
I - 1111D s N DS, 11 , ATCH & CLOCK
. 7:1.7; J r 1.1.1 EEI 95, a ket street., -Pins
t•ti •.eu Fiiih and Liberty. 'Si reel s.
LFR /X if TC S. CLOCKS. BRkaSTPLVS
I: LUGS, (' . K El'S, CO. RS. .
ANDR:.7II'S GARDEN SEEDS.- A fa':
•Hy of Landieih's Carden Seeds, a:vvrtys
ham', for s.a!e,l Ills aget.cy,ll:e Dru±store of
F. L. SNOW DF.,L
Fe:. 11 181 Li her'V street, bead of ‘S'octil.
DR. DAVID WARD has his office and reFidetwx
on Founts Street, nearlt sown of the Court House,
Fecontl dwell , rig from flu , t reel. Ile will faithfully attend
at; r, ;4 pertaining t o 111, ptutessiun. Night eallsfolould be
,tide at the dour attove the basen.ent. s.ep 10
1..110 V' A L —Matthew .1011 4 -s,Barter and Tin ir Dress
., r, ims removed .o Ponrt et re.-t, opposr,e the !lay•
ors °lto , . ix Imre he will hr happy 10;i:rail upon permanent
or transient costumers. He solicits a share of public tint
EMOV A L.— m. A. Wa rd.Dentist,has removed
to Mr rst9rtur.ll'. R three doors below Irwin street.
one square I.ltoce the Elcitattlze Hotel. Boors of business,
iron, 9 , n., titttil 5 t'. m , after ‘l, hick hour he will at
no one eTrept ih rrt•ttelt of arrttal neres‘it y. H P
h hh . ,! rhril.e r in form tIOSP who may think proper to
. etet , ; , tv ttt he experts Immediate payment, wit how
tue o his part of sending in Wits. E-ep 10
OHN 3PPARL !ND, Upholsterer end Cabinet
31-1-. cr. Third st. bctweeil Wood 4- Market streets.
rvsl , , I Inc , rals Ills friends and the public that hE. is
In eSef - utP all orders for Sofas. Sideboards. Bu
reaus, Tables, Bedsteads. Stands, Hair and Sprint'
MallraF.ses. rurt.iins. Carpets. all sorts of UphOlEteritil
work. Wlli - h lie will y.arraut ( - qua' .0 any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. Pep 10
COMMERCI L AUCTION ROOMS, Jiro
110 Word Street, pins barga.--11.. A. Hausman.
Auctioneer arid Coon ni on klerc ham, is now prepared
to receive:lnd sell all kinds of Goods and klerchandme,
at his tarce anti rapacious looms, No. 110. North East
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets, Fittshursh..
Regular sales of Dry Goods, Furniture. Groceries and
edher ari ides, on Mondays nnd Thursday of each week.
Hardware, Cut lery, Dry Goods, and Fancy articles, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.
Boors, 'c.. every Saturday evening.
Liters' advances modem' Consignments when wanted
MeSSrs. ;oho D. Davie. Esq-, 1
" Casaley 4. smith, I
Hampton. Smith, 4- co.,
" P. Lorena 4. co. I
. J. W. Cartridge 4- co,‘ ~ I
" S. hi'F,en 4- co. i
" Capt. James EirGargi,ii. 'Pittsburgh.
, t C. Itnsen, Esq.
M . i.
Jona II 'Fadden Esq. 1
v Logan 4- Kennedy.
J. K. Doorbead .1. Co-
.. . j.
Jas. P. 'Stuart, Esq..
" R o b er t GalwAY, Fog: 1 . -
to Cipt. /as. May. ' I -
. " , ifrlia y. EN !sta. 4co'. "' 1
u Wigliklik sf.rfp • 1 , ,inilepemit
.44 - ilo.,- Heart. .-- '- ', ", toolious4
, ---_--' 3 34 1 . 1 4.14111* ilt-01.. ~,•. I4W - r--k,
.I. I IP 1,.t.';: . -1-.;-«---:-A-. :::: P:; - ..--, 5 - --: .- =:',.-'.: I‘-
J.(; k 4. r.0111;(01,
12 IVairr si;tri
EVA VS CAMOMILE PILL LB,—AfiltA
\ Hum J. CLEMEII, residing at 66 Mott street,
New York, was afdirted with Dyspercria in its most
aggravated corm. The symptoms were violent head
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, cough, heart
hum pain in the chest and stomach always after eating,
immured appetite, negation d sinking at the stonseCti,
forted tongue, 112119 P-3. with frequent votalthigi,dingenMs
towards alight and maleness. These had condlatearan.
ward cit.& tarelvesialab, w'bea. on einkmakigig ; •l*- 1
Cram lefiChatbut street, Sattnithird!A!all to lth ever /
"sMnamiiiisl sad apagatie mole 'of tritalliest ! thit, paten: I
was eolopb4aty roamed to health • In the ithateapecerir
"Pat i l*.Pligrl _ao l l teitilleliSt_. _ _ O .
4 , 1041:1A1191 1 10“rard AS,. lig 4 iat 4 V 4 4. o eA!!' s o7m, *,
F,r-*aie ! Wh*,L l Vklla:rallia4::'bt'-. ' ' • ' - ' - t'
; lleA4, .'.. 111 . 11 9.:A_
1 1 :**-rg4-#041 11 * * 7 , 7 , --
;:: -' 4•: ', ._ 4 :1 7 .51,.:i;'#"-- - -
c '. B- ,i‘ j j . l6: ) .-.S?" 1 " ti-ii;!;4ll:l:•;..;.i.l,3,;iiefgi
IS4 2 .
PWih►fl tai Better Packet.
- ,llawileill -, . , ittrwasbrat .
,- .---:-,-- arariarriain%
,;_i, .:-.-...-- BAWL. HEMPHILL; Natter.
- ryas commenced hsr regular trips, and will ran dai
ly (Sundays excepted.) Leaves Beaver at 30'
clock A. Sl...leaves Pittsburgh at 3 o'clock P, M.. eon
tiects at Beaver with the
Pennsylvania and Ohio Line
of Freight and Packet Canal boats between deaver. and
Cleveland Ohio, and Greenville, Pennsylvania. Leaves
Beaver daily at 6 o'clock P. M. This line compacts with
two daily lines on the Pennsylvania canal trirbiladet_
phia, and with the New York and Ohio line on the Erie
canal, and New York and Ohio line and Ohio canal, al.
ao with steam freight and passage boats, brigs and
schooners, o n the Lakes. The proprietors or this well
known line will he prepared on the opening of naviga
Lion to traorporr merchandise to any of the interniedi
ale ports on the Pennsylvania and Ohio, and Ohio ea
nals;lo any port on Lake Erie, and the Upper Lakesoo
and from New York City and Philadelphia.
McClure 4. Dickey, Beaver, Pa.,
Calib Wormer ty Co., Cleveland, 0.,
Bees 4. Taylor. Warren, 0.,
JAMES 4. VEAZY, Agent,
N 0.60 Water street, Pitisbureh
PITTSBURGH ar CLEVELAND
STEAM PACKET MICHIGAN,
W. B. BOLES, Master.
UNS daily (Sundae excepted.) between PITTS.
BURGH 4 BEAVER. leaving Beaver at 8 A. M.
and Pitt=hur.ti at 2 P. M. prori4,l3 with Erantr's Safe
ty Guard to pscrePt Eiptosion of Boilers.
Tbis sp!eadid and fast runninz Steam Boot hen just
neen comple:ed expressly for this trade, and tuna in
onneet ion with
CLARKE 4- Co's Pittsbargk mid Clevelasti Lire of
FBEIGHTAND PAS: AGE BOATS, daily is
Or down the Ohio canal to Mns.iloO. 4-e. and Erie Ex
tenFion Line to Greenville
e Canal Boats of this Line are lowed to and from
Pittstinr , h direct, and the liusine-s conducted co - the
mo-I prompt and Economical syslt tn. Having a connem
non with the Penn. lvania Canal Lines to Philadel
phia and Baltimore, and Steamboats running down the
Ohio river; also, t lirough our Agents at Cleveland, with
C. N. Reed's Steamboats and - several Lake Veesiels, and
the T roc itn i S lc tii;ian and Buffalo Lake boat lines on
the Erie moat, we n-n prepared fur the transportation
of Fr, to and from all points on the canal, thi• lakes
and the Bic. - r, or the Eactern cities. at prices as low as
our other tine.
APnIY ,O 0- 11 Ha , (o*, No. 55 Watery, or at Steam
boat Nticl3iaan'F.. Landing. Pitts‘tur.:ll.
MM. 4- co. Beaver.
1-ittb4ar4 ree.atherbec, Warren.
Whoa,- k Co. Akron:
Tkoman Richmond 4- co. Cleveland
J. R. Wick 4 Co., Greenville:
%V. C. Mateo, Sharon,
R. W. Cu a oitlvila m. New Castle,
job , . K irk. Youn=slown,
Jt.lin m!,14.11 Newton Falk;
rainphell 4- Miller, Campliellstown;
Pal , rock Nleßride, Ravenna;
C. 4. D. Rhodes, Franklin;
H. A. Sf ill•r 4 Co.. Cur:ilia:a Falk;
Wel 'man k Whitehead, Stas , Plon;
Gordon Wilkins. i r Ca., Detroit;
Kinne, Davis Buffalo;
CaWIT/f, Richmond, Williams 4• Co., New York
lilG BY 14....,C0rner of !rood and Front
Street.F, Pill sbt.r.jk; , fitts on hand a complete as
sertment Of a11t.1,1, , w art. suited to the rity or country
tt.nde. Also, a chnice• t.selectinn of pure white and gold
hand !AXING A SE) TE A WAR E. in large or small sets,
or separate 114,1" e to suit purrhasers.
A cask or 4G. 60, or 34 piece s.uperltiv painted
and nit Crizti-11 China Trawarei`Uli - irerr low prieezr.
Toy To:trvare. Wain, and rirh µMuted and gill, from
1.00 t., $5.00 per sr.t
Chddren's M li?.F of curt r tte.o t 4,11011.
While Chinn Shaving
Granite Dining a d Tl'4 rs!ery ices, in white and with
.Vendid American prenery printed in Moe and black.
A large varoty of Stearnhoat Dining and Breakfa-L
imported to match. complete,
Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the
Derhyshire rnf , eripf . .
Flint and Green C;I7RF. In all their varieties.
IV 111dow Glass, of every size.
Paten , Purketc. Tulin and Kreiers.
Slot,. tip- fli-ndR. 4-c. 4-c. e.
An of which tore ref pert fully offered to lle pub.
lir on the 1110 , 4 1.1 rorable If rms. - Jan 26. 1:142-1 V
Il' J. FOX al I.DEN Attorney and C exmaellor a t
• Law. lln r= lir= profeinnal f ervices to the rit
izrns of POl- I .nr..th and hones for a share 01 pu•die pat
rona:e. tie win e ,. rrate oil kinds f writinz with neat
eess and di. a , ch. Fazes in nankruptcy attended to on
reasonable reran?.—Offirr• ir. tz mithfield street, 'at the
,once of Mr. 1 bonias O'Neil, to whorl, he refers.
sep 10 T. J. FOX ALDEN-
.DAVID CLARK, toaskionable Boot Jtfakes,—
Hair removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where be wou•d he happy
to see his ot4 customers. and all others who feel dispns.
ed to patronize him. lle tr.re.: notion.: but first rate
sleek, a tr 4 eruplevs the hest of workmen: and as be give;
Ins r0n. , 1 ant personal aII enlton In tqlsitrees he I ruostirrat
he will ile.rve and receive a fair share of patronage.
Fitt:lTS. ICE CREAM. 4- coNFEcTioNAR.y.—
A thinker re_speet fully informs his friendsand the
puldic that they ran always find the best quality of Ice
'Creams. together with al: kitota of eonfextionarto and
fruit:. in t heir sea on. at his establiehtnent-10.
Fifth street, between Wood and Market.
N. B.—Partiss supplied on the shortest notice, with
rakes. or anything in his line. Also families furnished
with Bread. EieP 10
TORN B. GUTEIRIE, ._ue:. i
nneer and Commis
al Mon Merchant. Xo. 11.03. corner of lf'eod¢ Fift At ils•
Pitts burgk: Having been appointed Doe of the Auction
eers foi the City of Pitshargli, tenders hisservicsat to .1 01 '"
hers. manufacturers and dealers. who may be disposed
to make trial of Ibis market- He i 4 prepared to make
advances on consignments of all saleable commodities.
and trusts to correspondents by quick sales, and
speedy 'and favorable returns.
That the various interests which may he confided to
him, shall he adequa , ely protected, he brings to the aid
of his own experience in business nod aecilialniance with
nserrhai.dize gem-raft, the services of Mr. S.sitrict.
Fstmesinerc; beretafore advantageously known. as an
Importer and deal. r in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent engagement is made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan. Preset. of M. 4. M.
Dartingtnn 4. Peebles, •
•• Robert Galway,
•• James M. Cooper,
•• James May,
S. At. Riddle, Pittsburgh
•• Wm Robinson, Jr. Pres't
•• of Esetaange Bank.
•• Ramplon, Smith, 4 co.,
.• John D. Davis,
•• Somme' Church,
•• J. 1 1. SI oorttead,
•• Jas. W. Brown 4. Co.
•• John D. &own. 4. CO.
•• Smith it it ti,Aleis
•• Vaulty Sr is teen,
•• John S. Middle,
•• John Oahe! I,
R. GOODE'S Orteirstsd Female Plat. There
Pills are-stningty recommended to the notice of
the ladles atta safe and 'Aden remedy In removing
those complaints petal*/ to their fez, from want of ex
erchm, or ueneratdebitity of the system.. They obviate
ockstlirenens, twat counteract VI Hysterical and Nervous
affections: These Pills have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians la oml:ful
led States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
Retail, by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
WM. ADAIR, Beet and Shoe Xebec, Liberals St.,
speaks the heed of Smitkfield at., Pitteltiwgh.—
Ttlrxiituerilter having bought out the stock• of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old stated -of Mr. R. and is prepared to execute
all dmeriptknis -of work la his line, In the hest manner
and on the shortemnotice- Be keeps car stantly on hand
is large assortment aflame findings of all descriptions and
the best qsidity.. Be solklts the patrohaee of the pub
tic and of the Craft. WM. ADAIR.
sep 10 •
and Axles far Carriages et Eastern Prices.
The. stikeeritira mannfartnre and keeps constantly on
hand Coach.o and Eliptic Springs (warranted„) Juniata
Iron Axles, Sliver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Bras_•
and plated Bob Bands. Stomp Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver acid Blass Lamps, Three fold Fteps, Malleable
Iron, Door Handles and Hinges. ¢e.,4•e.
TO LM- 7 -. 4 1 well finished and comfortable two sto
ry house, together with bark buildings, Di abte, car.
Angel house, lye: powesioa given Immediately.
This p.operty if situated below the Penitentiary, near
the re s idence of Mr. Wm. Ba.mley. and 1? a very deeirmhte
re.idenre. For !cram inquire of J. K. Moorhead, or the
Fethscr. G. W. BARNES Uuion Factory.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.—Take Notice that T
have applied to the Juders of the Court of Corn
mon Pleas of Vemtneo (-aunty. for the benefit of the laws
made forlhe relief of Insolvent Debtors; anti that they
have a?pointed the fourth Monday of November for the
hearing of me and my , rrditors, at the Court Douse, in
the Borough of Franklin—when and where you may at.
tend, if you think proper, and show rause, if any you
have. why I should not he discharged.
FPO 13-3 t WILLIAM KEARNi,.
- 11 - D. SELLERS, M. D , office and dwelling in Fonrtli
a • near Ferry Si f f•PI. sep 13—ly
STOLEN, from the shop of the sultsrribei , in Third
St reel. some lime last week, a pair of Shears. for
hair cutting. They are nearly. or quite a font Inn!. and
very slim. It in 53 1111.:4 , 11 ille ihiefsold thrus somewhere
in lhe city: I will pay the purchaser any reasonable mire
if he will bring them to me. M. JONES.
A SSW:NEES' S ALE OF REAL EizTATE. AT Aur.
.PATIONL—On S.aturday, 17th instant. at 3 o'clock. P.
St I will sell, by order of the Assignee, on the prPmizes„
!he roPowing described property, viz.: Aflot of Ground
32 feet front by about 100 feet deep, with a substantial
frame budding on it. it<lnt now s a machine shop. con
taining a good - Stem Endine and. Gearinds, Two Circular
saws and - DrumP, situate in Allegheny City, between the
Canal and the Commnria. and adjoining, the Methodist
Church—formerly occupied as a looking glass factory.
by T. A FliPier Co. Termsat sale.
pep 11-71 .1. B. GUTH RI E, Auctloncer.
-1 foroo rI. KY.I by LEAF
GORDON.in store and
ee 13 No 12, Water street.
CANNON. SHOT AND SHF.Ll.S.—ilearrAy or (lent
Kiarc ♦so FITOROGR.PLIT, 3d September. 1842
Sealed Proposal , . will he received at this Bureau until 3
o'clock, P. 111.. of the 15th October neat. for furnishing
and delivering, ht the propori ina•. and at the places here
in designated, the following !mother and description for
cannon, Shot rind Shells. fur the Naval Service .the
United State., viz: Thirty eight inch Paixhan rialleOf
about 63 cwt. each. Seventy thirty-two pounder guns of
41 cwt. and 'lnnards, the preeis.TWe'elli of each to he de.
'ermined hereafter. Five hundred ei, , fit Inch
Three hundred eight inch solid slim aed Seven thor - mud
thirty two nom‘drr snot Deliverable as follows:
10 ei>lit in. Balyhrin gnns Deliverable a!
200 eight in. shell!. l Sackett's Mr_
100 eight In. solid shot hot, N• Y., on
20 thirty. Iwo pounder mans lor before the
2.500 thirty-two pounder ebot J 15th May neat
10 eight in. Paixhan guns Deliveralde at
150 eight in, shells I Buffalo N. Y.,
100 eight in. solid shot on or before
25Ihirty two pounder guns I the 1511 i Mar
2.sooth!rty two pounder shot J next.
10 eight in. Paixhan guns Fretiverrih'e at
150 ei•ht in. shells
100 eight in. solid shot
2n -thirty two ponnderzneg
2.0110 chitty two ponnder stint
The prn.nsala mnst stale di, ,, inctly the rate per ton (of
twenty-two humfteri and fort:• ormod-r). for the git cs. and
the rate per pound for the shot and shells, deliverable as
above. all to he sal jeri tri.,n ad undergo such proof and in•
spertion A. this Bureau may deem proper to air horize;
and none will be paid for that shall not pIM.. such in.
spection as may he entirely satisfactory.
Bonds. with two approved sureties, will he renoired in
one third the in-eat/NI a mount of the contract- and ten
ner centom nit he aunittut of nil hills n!II h e re t a in e d as
collateral sermilv for the faithful performance th reof.
which will be paid nnlv on the gollisfactory completion of
the , onttart: and ninel v per renown of all deliveries will
he paid an hitt:properly autheolicatert, according to the
provisions oft he contract, within thirty days after their
prevemintlon to the Navy Agent.
The offers most state at what agency the contractcr
may desire payment to be made.
Drawines of the guns will ne furnished from this Bu
reau, and they must he east and finished to conferral°
them in every respert..
No hot Wrist metal is to be used, and the shot most he
east ill snort moulds
To rrriE WISE. --ii is now welt understood how
much disorders of the mind depend for their cure
garin a due attention lathe body. It is now understood
`bow valuable is that medicine which will remove morbid
accumulations without weakening the bodily power. It is
now understood that there is a reciprocal influence he.
tween the mind and the body. It is now understood that
pursing with the Rrandreth Pills remove a melan
choly, and even insanity is cured by perseveringly nit
them. It is now understood how much domestic happi
ness depends upon the healthy condition of the digestive
It is now teen known that the Brandreth Pills have
eared thou:rands of horele,ts and In-Inte,ra 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, bnt it is also un
derstood bow they corm that it is by tl - -ir purifying effect
on the blood thet they restore the body to health.
The value of the medicine is becoming more and more
manifest, it Is recommen red daily front family to family.
The Brandreth Pills remove in an almost imperceptible
manner all noxious accumulations and purify and insigts
rate the biood.and their good effects are net counterhalan
ced by any Inconveniences; being composed entirely of
vegetables they do not expose those who use them to
danger; and their effects are as certain as they are man
tars; they are daily and safely administered io infancy.
youth, manhood, and old a=. and to women is the most
critical and delicate chrosaistatices. They do not disturb
or shock the animal functions, but restore their order
and estiMish their health.
Sold at Dr. Braadreth's Office, No. 93, Wood street.
Pittsburgh. Prim 35 cents per box. wit h fall directions.
MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh where the genu
ine Pills carvbe obtained, is the. Lector's own office. No.
93 Wood street. sep 10
I sag ID
it irAILBLE NANUPACTJRV —Patr!ckCattrfeld re-
AUL spectrally acquaints his friends and the public gen
erally, that he has ceranteneedtbe Marble boom's at the
corner of Filth and Liberty step:, where wit fbe
4111 1 0 "& t i inb 910 1 Ks, roentrl pipres, Inanutnents, head
and felitstniubs. labia stab! . for cabinet 14'2 , 1% sland'elreri
artinblintrigg - la the bulsineea: Herrin warrant his
'nark bevel! done, and his eharees will be moderate-
He rellileetailinalufasbarant nubile parrai—
TAngs-a. vicAzwirt Navirog v ia coppr t rinum
OE • Ar•raigult, Agetit- ibr.Slsiaboit Clhelset
at 2 3 4l 4,rs o o" l o o .l_ lraW '
Asaffit ybetiOaliy'llrfanitaild4 Ka;
Waterlittint• tatreal WO 0 4 11114 0$0 116 0 4 04J 010, 4 0.110 " ,
10 teak* MCGUIPASNIVINK4O4 II WWW OII -lit" - 46 b 1 " 111
JONES /1. COLEMAN.
St. etatr st.. near Oe Vie•heny Heider
On Or ' , Prof , '
the 15 1 11 May
Air pubLiskingii are Doily Pepr• Oat tits City •f Pitts
isork. t. ie eßtitiesi tie
DAILY MORN DIG POST.
rryttE Subscribers having made arrangements to-merge
the American Lanufaeturerarii frtisburgh Mercu
ry IWO one Journal, have concluded to pobliAr a daily
paper with the title of the Deily .41srptisg Post.
The leading object of the , -Porr" will be 'be dissemina
tion and defence of the political priselptes that have here
t9fore been maintained by the Editor* in their respective
papers. and I heir best efforts will still be devoted to the
4vancement and SUCCESS of those doitrines..
Although, in polities, the paper Will be thorelethil'
detteocno lc. yet the Editors hope. hty giving an honest,
candid history of passing Politieil events, Foreign
and Domestic Intelligence; and brief leotiate of all mat
ters and occurrences that come properly within the inhere
of a Public Journal, to wake their paper sufficiently in
erecting to entitle it to the patronage of the public, it
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the political and uencral news that will
be found in the u.Blerairtg Post," the Editors will take
pains to furnish the bash:tem community twilit
the latest and 'mast Intarestiog Coiteszciat. brret.t.t
casci from all parts of the country, ;and to have prepa
red such accounts of the Markets and the State of Trade
as will bendvantageons to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callings.
Terms.—The Post will be pnblished en a large imperi
al °heel of fine paper, (manufactured especially for this
Jourult) at the unusually tow rite ef FIVE DOLLARS
per a finnan, payable in advance. It will also be sold by
news.hoyQ at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Advertisements will he inzerted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of, the city.
rO-TRT ENTY active lad= are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
W. fl. SMITH.
Aunni 31, 1R42
OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANt OFFICE, NO. 61
SOUTH STREET, NEW YOBK. New Fork and
Liverpool Commercial Line of Pockets. Sallen. Weekly.—
TheSuhecrilwr would respectfully inform such persons
residing in this cmintry a; are desirous for sending. for
their friends to core out from the old country. that he
continues as usual to make engagements by which pas
sengers are hrolght out en very moderate terms, in First
(la - s Ships. sailin.from Liverpool weekly, and would
fissure permw: desirous of coming try the above Line,
that as agents of first respectability are engaged at Li
vet-pool, there will he no detention whatever at that
He is also prepared at all times so furnish Sight Drafts
for any amount to assist in meparing passenge,s for the
voyag.e, payable throughout the United Kinedom.ard in
r a ;he parties agreed for should decine rooming out, the
passage money shall he refunded without reduction.
For further particulars apply it by letter to
No. 61. Smith street,'New York.
At the Warehouse f niLEET L 4. FLEMPCGI,
NO. 24 Water street, Pittsburgh. Pa.
GREAT S‘LEOPPENNSYLVANIA LANDS. tc-.
ICY AUCTION.—WiII be sold by ['ohne Auction,
without reserve, for cash. to close the concern, at the
Flail of the Marlborough Chapel, in Bo4ton, on Tuesday.
the fottrll day of October next, commencinl at nine of
the rind: in the forenoon.
All the property of ihe Ui itedil tee Land Company
eort‘i,t in.. of about
140.000 yo-res of "nod and well watered Farmint! and
Grszint , and spry calnable Timber Lund, lyinf. , in leffer.
son. I'dc.4.ean and Clearfield comities, in the Sate of
Penn3.vtamAiti . a . ,--on parl&of which there is abundance of
Coat. Lime and Iron qiiekand mane 11i sent
And of Claims atrainAWTtifY tw'rions for land sold
y in sai.i count t .:e tr e..onsidtvad good.
A nd n'• Stork and Tees( lire township
of nradiord. in the canny of McKean, in said State of
Penn.,o , lra n in
The land- will he sold in tots to stilt purelinscrF, con
:lining from abent 120 to 5000 :le
Forttir.r nadir:Oa r 5 be made knot% n at the rate, or
on i , ogniry of the gott•rotther, at So. 12 Lon. Wharf—
of Fisriters and Ttaldwin, Merchants' Row in Bosio-t—or
of either or tire TruAecsof the itaid United Stair , Land
L. E GRIGGi.t.,
Prexiden, of the United States Land Go.
Boston, Auznzt 20. 15.10. (n'p 10)
MQRI.S9V I E! PILLS
8Y Mo(ris. , n 4- Co. London. formic out) , by S. N.
Wickersham, rornPr of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pdtshur , h Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. silo
is sole agent for We-tern Penns) tvania. sep 10
FFOR S u:ider,t2ned otitis for Fate a
un t o of land situated 4 mile , ' from Freepot I, in the
direction of Kittanning. Buffalo 'township, Armstrong
connty.eonraining 100 acres. 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10 of whicn are in meadow— a good square log
dwelling hr.uceand cabin 1,7 rti erected thereon—an apple
- orchard of R 0 heating tree.:—:inpl a 'spring of excellent
water curivenient to the house.
FOR TERM , : apply to the rrz-tdirg IlAe
Sattworks on the reriwylvania Canal, 1 tit le above Free
nep 10 WM. 4. PHILIP BAKER.
DR. J. IV ESTOS'S Vegetable Elpe•cterant Syrop,an
infallible cure for whooping cpu4h. This disease
is mostly confined to children, and is attended with a
suffocating cough, and a deep shrill sound. called a whoop;
it comes on wit h difficult breathing. thirst, hoarseness and
rough. with difficult expectoration; — The violent erer
lions in coughing bloat the fare. which turns purple, and
the eves swell and liocome prominent.
Consumption often dates its origin front this disease,
which ha. hitherto t.a Med the skill pf tit , . most able pi t y.
&clans. hat now by this simptg vegetable medicine this
distressing and frequently dft4roctote disorder can he co
red in a few days. Thousands have giventt a trial and
in no case where used according to the direction has it
failed. 170.tentreg the viscid matter and making it easily
expectorated without such violent straining as is invaria
bly experienced by little .42fferers by;erery mode of treat
ment that has been rerom mended. •
Coughs. colds, consumplibn, asthina. dtc. cured by Dr.
s'eston's Indian Cough Medicine. mane cases of consump-
Own:, some In ti.endvanced slagesard given up as incura
tile by physicians.have hero cured ity this medicine with
hi-' pills and plaster. sl large bottles, small 50 cis. Pills
25 rents. plaster 25 else. nis Strengthening Plaster is the
best in the world for weak backs, pain in the side, 4-e. ke.
Jr. J. Wit.,trin t it Eye Water VII el ail disorders of the
eyes when all other means fail. Price 25 cents. Die Corn
Salve is sold at 12} cts. per tog, containing enough to
cure 20 earns or more. De has also a perfectly safe and
highly v..luable medicine for wormt--price 25 cents per
MAtEs.eneel , are maserior to all others, being al least
times the strength of any that can be purchased at any of
the druggist's, nth as peppermint. Spearmint, cinnamon.
lemon, °male, lavender, clov e s, fertnet almond, bergn•
mot, rosemary, carraway, 4-e, tc. , Price 121 rents per
bottle, of .50eta per case containing 4 bottles, or 75 as
for boxes contai tang 6 bottles. .-.
Pot. rale at John Thompson'sGrded9 153 Liberty .t„
next door to the • three Big Doom* . sep 10
-I:08' J. B. TIEIBITT'S, Rwpeatinlly inform the citi
zens of Pittsburgh sod vicinity. t bat be has return
ed to the city. Be hopes to share the confidence if his
former patrons and the public gems-ally; and nalicits a
renewal of a portion of their petrology. In connexion
he would observe. that the operatibo of Lithetrity, (or
breaking I l , e stonetn the bladder and anowing it to mea
of with the urine is every where commanding the deep
est interest. Fie Lopes to extend tbatm-nefil ofthis brooch
f his profess:loot° the Maimed. Strict:fres, Divans • s of
9 the Billdtter and ticetsionally foltoW,—
thane riotak . "diallanee wishing farther infiarwatiou
wilt appiiipmsonally , orbyr Setterlor. if eked cut tie
scoommoo4ted bis dowillof. in a I kfed Part el" 0.0
ty; Thir4hetwein Ffsry'n Li ad• sisc -"' .
libusuc 000%4 - I 14,144 ,
- fault: tiati#s*AdYtf l4,l
- hitriNoms brAIIPAIONtIieI
PRICE TWO CENTS.
THE ALITENLAIIIT I,ollor.
Ye early minstrels of the e a rth :
Whose mighty maces woke
The echoes *flier infant woods
Ere yet the tempest spoke—
How is it that ye waken
The young heart's happy dreams
And shed your light on darkened dale.
01 bright and blessed streams?
Woe for the world!—she has grew* etti
And rey in toil and leans
But ye have kept the harmonies
Of her unfalien years;
For over in oar weary path
Your ceaseless music seeing
The spirit of her perished youth;
Ye glad and glorious streams!
Your murmurs bring the pleasing braids
Of many a sylvan scene;
They tell of sweet and sunny vales ;
01 woodlands wildly mom;
Ye cheer the lonely heart of age.
Ye fill the exile's dreams
With hop; and home, and memory,
Ye untorgotjen streams
Ah! soon the blessed springs of Love
To bitter fountains turn,
And deserts drinks the straum . dist flow*
From Hope's exhaustless eru:
And faint upon the waves of Life
May tail the summer beanie,
But they linger lung and bright with you,
Ye sweet unchanging streams!
The hardy., the ancient herds, who mil
Whet thought and song were new,
0 Mighty waters., did they learn
Their minstrelsy from you:
For still, methinks, your voices bleat
With all their glorious themes.
That fl mr - forever fresh and free
As - the eternal streams.
Well might the sainted seer of old,
Who trod the tearless shore,
Like many waters deem his voice
Whom angels hosts adore;
For still where deep the rivers roll,
Or far the torrent gleams,
Our spirits hear the v.ice of God
Amid the rush of streams,
From the Boston Miscellany.
The Attentive Husband.
You recognise the Attentive Husband
at the very first glance. When be 'walks
with his lady he carries her parasol and
reticule, and watches her with fearful out- -
jay, and expresses his fears that she is'fa
tigueing herself; suggests the expeoiency
of resorting to a cab or back, and informs
her that if he is walking too fast for her,
I he possesses the ability to moderate his
progressive speed; all of which profound
and pertinent remarks are either heard iq
silence, or produce a scarcely perceptible
elevation of the lady.s shoulders,suggestiVe
of impatience or annoyance. When he
takes her to a lec;ure or a concert, she is
naturally desirous of bearing th-i speake
or the singers, but our careful husband, in
the midst of an interesting passage ota
charming song, discovers that bbet !oohs
pale, and inquires with much interest it
she feels unwell. A simple negative is
unsatisfactory. He enu nerates a number
of disorders, and she must defend herself
by denying them seperately and singly.--
At a dinner.party, no matter how far re-,
moved from tho lady, the Attentive Huts
band fixes his vigilant eye upon her with
a gaze as fear fully 'fascinating as that of
the cobra capella. His remarks on such
an occasion 'are generally as unsatisfactory
to the lady, as those of the Physician were
to Sancho Panza during his melancholy,
reign at Barratraria.
'My love! don't think of eating that
Good heavens! anchovies are rank poison
to you. It's as much as' your life's worth.
Don't give her Madeira, for the love of
heaven. I know her constitution,
The lady commonly puts an end to the
affair, by coaxing her lips into a very pout,
and eating nothing at all,-opposition hav
ing spoiled her appetite. Meanwhile the
careful Husband proves himself a very
commendable trencher-man; eats freely
of the forbidden fruits, and is by no meats
neglectful of the prohibited Madeira. If
this happy couple are going to abaft, the
watchful care of the Attentive Husband
commences with the toilet:
'My dear child, that gown is too low •in
the neck—you will catch your death luau
tedly. Besides it's too tight-1 know it is,
assure you, my dear, it is the very re
'&l4 you women wi'l never ironies, it
pinch yourselves to death (or Cie sake of'
fashion—and die martyrs to the adabitice of
having *mall waist,' Here the
commonly repeats the names of a number of
ladies who have fallen victims to a preva
lent folly, and substantiates his statements
with a world of circumstantial evidence... ,
Ile ends by declaring that lithe lady- wears
'that dress,' he shalt be very unhappy, is
fact, perfectly iniseral4e, for the enure stve ,
ning; whereupon she substitutes another
gown which is very ill-wade and very war
becoming, and thinks all the swain of*
discarded dress, which atunt
In the bail room, ins pad 01 . .0 1 1 1 144log , *ii
I wife to enjoy hersol47and seeking - 4(a .piei
the evening pleatikkollY, lutase the, , Lugo:
tire Husband never Janis aight . of hi s *r e
a single moutent-,llOrkiesurengeesvorito,
misty, for the Attentivslaisaliattd is nes*
jealous, being tally iseilituadrull t h at I ds *,
dy cannot and in the entire !akin; sussbeing sa (ierelea to her welfare happit.
ness as bilagel4 but in ibis balkoox,- 404
the street, and at home, be nutnifissin 414ei
most untiring iatli;ed_ touching loirsi
twit- Seating/hive, he paces to and (retest
tree aPartawat where his *ire is t fitsd4, o
has_ no sooner finished a "
he accosts her: •
!You are Nes*--fir40ri111r..9144,.