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PA TAW e9l77,Cti
ERS TAKE simet....
~ pd.with the Safety tuard
with a figure of the ap
udt deceived ,by misrepr..'
their boats to bp proviOrd
n.they are not r rueturmi 1%.
Jill; Ira list of boats sopplit i t
!tie Port of Pittsburgh—n
im have the improved sp..
i#ltilporsibie for ao uplink%
LYONS, CA RDC
FORGE, INDIA* Qt
1 3 4IfIDIGAL
osPRET : I„
A GN Ezi;
N SET T, S IRATOe i j
J. If BILL;
4. community ate respen
r,ahe a etiorce of a boat, to
-Itier it would not be to IWO
to choose a Safety Guard lc;
in preference to curia
,;ion—and that they teiliYij
citron has the unqualified
i•ri +rine builders-_Eetatimem
~stand the subject, and who
Iwsides a number of certifitatil
and others—all of which ca
10. Water Ftreet. where hal
7 ,1 tinter to exhibit
tile trouble to call.
a• A a EHOUSE.—H.Itton 4 T
known to the public
er warehouse in Pittsinirgeori
rrr• doors smith of Firth
r where they will keep roast
of paper. consisting of w
, • r•r, Ica and wall paper, aod
.on w it h which they will I
an I. tfl , Five assortinenl ofTli
wa he Fold law for ci.Vll,ol'
z ..1:+1 , •-n. - nti In ern at Stetehearat;
y of pniwr, lye
11 , vusohis is fa ll} empourei4 '
= . n the manxzement of their
' ,EFI) D.—Wanted
, _Dods, a quantity of Flaza
k ocii: of Country Produoe - i , •
cr zood , s at 11 2 1 / 4 11 II 1 ti'S Weill •
I Comm i•••=ion Warrlrow4
1 ART. Co rnmise ion Nrciant.
nd _172 erica - 7i Manorfactarts,
C :c!:ran of E'd
thli , ourne. E=9 , Madison
P F NI FOE. SALE. --J•
T no which J I iITR, in Walla
d. cOvlainMe one hundred,
2rrer of which is elearei.
Thefe are upon it thre
.3 fret by 34; as appleoraba
.croly Serra of coal• The
of any upland farm in
k ..own on application to the
a. WILLIAM WAL
lA NI C. WALL, Palo
Picture Frame Jdattoti:
11sts, tatrays on hand. 1.0301:1
framed to order- gepairigd,
;,r attention Frod to
40,iug op Steam Boats Or beso l
ot:ge. to can-
E LEP. D . —The subseriterl2rt
furnish painters, and cabers
While Lead made of the fits
if not saperlor to any ot.
add rPogect to Dunlap • • •
1 S+Tond street, Pittshere
, St.. ea e doorfersa Stela./
t respectfully ioserens
Lt. and vicinity that be be •
oe of his oleo mans factomsl
o ill keep constantly On W I
Ott kinds of ladies, attn.-4,.
of the let quality. *bleb'
titres Be will SOW
i fancy work—welt of sr:
. tutored gaiters. zed ImAltins•
rttsle.rs. silk !alters. •ite-•
v. - ads at the shortest Ontit e.o
please can anit ess •
tetcriber feels confident that
le , in his line they may iiirali t "
. Don't forget the
am Harris's lateiligeoce 01 . °° 4 - 1:
TLLIISI DlGBYhaving tale
haziness oft:Huss k florsliOlk
y r.treet sod 4 2 market. 000 4
. 1 be. ou meroos Wards -JO
.‘r the very liberal support Aid
• n him. io conneetioli 111 ,dsi
v o swore them that.eatelli7"
1 • cow itillaltiOlß
.c invite their attends * I
r. which he Ist ends selgittittli
I :1 bees ever offered. be414,„,,,,tti
le of the stock of Abel/ 186 ;
das be oteadls to erille oe
..:fittess.'he feels eotrfidesi •-;
F his stock, either isehESPllll.'
se %alike ootleethat e s.W
A' Sku /nos Wart, - 11 :± 31
out .111e4st striffifl -1 "
" 80 /At 160 - I M IS .
hi " We _tl7
IPS do W. H. SMITH,
OF WOOD 4. FIFTH SIS.
DOLLARS a year, payable in
TWO CENTS---for sale at the
and by Sews Boys.
. E,Y, al the game office, on a doable
TWO DOLLARS a year, in ad•
pies. SIX CENTS.
g of Advertising.
ir TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
0.50 I One month, it: 00
0,73 Two mottle, 6.00
1.00 Three months, 7.
1.50 Four months, R.OO
3.00 Six months, 10.00
4.00 One year, 15.00
OCABLK AT PIZABCRE.
512,00 '4,11 months, $23.00
25,00 I One year. 35.00
isements in prorortion.
ines DOLLLILS a year.
. Third be , wren Market and Wood
lc. roFttrin.l , r.
• wet . ..4th (loin from Wood Et. Peter
r John R Hock. collec:or.
ood I.etween Fiat 40d Second
Third street. next door to the
reit —S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
Mt, between Market and Wood
Or. Fourth. near Market, st.
Market and Wood streets. on
AItr:FACTriIiCRS. •WD FwßYti6 Dr-
Raving Fund,) Fourth, betwLen
eel. near Wood.
• 110 T
. r, Water slrvel, near the Bridge.
orner of Penn and Bk. Clair.
corner of Third and Wood.
orner 0± Third and Smithfield.
rner of Penn vtreet and Canal.
rty vireo. near Seventh.
Si oppo.ite Wayne
IC Hoc FE. Penn St opposite Canal
1)S, ATTORNEY AND
I R AT LAW.-01Ewe
s on Grans d., Dealty opposite
next rooms to John D. Mahon,
Lo T, M. I).- Officr remora to
t, between. prAll aa d Liberty $l,•,
reeion Mackey'. tvh,,leeale and
in Eutlish. Frrncti. ae d I.lod..etir
Market et .Pdtztearch. 5eP 10
& .M.CLURE, Aitorneys and
Law: Office .11 the Diamond. hack
E. Morrow, Alderman; °Mee north
st,, between Wood and Smithßeid
144Iolesa:e Crater tiectifying
Dealer in Produce and Pittsburgh
.Vo. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts-
I cm. S. Ilmwovis
: • DILW 0 RTII--W hole' ale
cc a nd Com nt .si:ion Merchants, and
Manufactured articles, o •
OBINSOIS„ Attorney at Law;
rt of the Dia mond,hetw4lea
Aitornev at Law; lendera
rvtees to Ibt public. Office cur-
Streets, above D. Lloyd 4- Co's
J.<. N. KiUN
EAN, Manufacturers of Copper.
ron Ware. No 80, front st , Fitts.
'rtg and Steamboat work promptly
FRANCIS L. YOUNG.
NG & C 0.., Furniture Ware
cf Hand st. et Exchange Alley.
urchase Furniture. will find it to
us a call. being fully tailiafted that
quality and price. sep 10
MS.—Just received 160ehoice Mu(
I cured sod for sale cheap by +hest°
N 0.9, Filth st
E43pp'y <lf Lacidret h's Fresh Ru
the, didrrrut varieties of Turf ip
for sale al REDUCED PRICES at the
of F. L. SNOWDEN . ,
184 Liberty Ft reet. head of Wood.
Boot and Sta,oe Ma nufnctQ
rat St., next d'or to the U. States
ila. KW and Satin Shoes made in
nci by the newest French patterns.
SMC LTICA ULUS. i n lots uo suit
avers; to 1.. e disposed of by
F. L. ANOWDEN.
184 Liberty street. bend of Wnod.
Flower*: and Flower Seed* of ev
can always he had at the too;
F. L. SNOWDEN.
184 Liberty street. head of Woad.
non' Mammoth Oukta Seed. for
and eted store of
P. L.- SNOWDEN.
Liberty street, head of Wood
HSEY %VEET POTATO ES ,
F. Lt SNOWDEN,
o. 184, Liberty head of Wood st
• • isting of Hoes. Farley Spades
-rowels, Edding Tools, Budding
Pruning Shears. etc-, jest re.
F. L. SNOWDEI 4 7
:Litwrt y street, taint of Wood
—Just rscelyied d small dote
cured Venison Hama, cm retail
ISAAC BARRIS. Agent,
and Com. Merchant
er Seed, Orchard Gram and
always on hand and !or
F. L. SNOWDEN,
Liberty nreet, head of Wood
AN, Attoruys Law, office
piatoond, to ..A.ttocneybitow,"
.... between Market and Wood
ANEW, for proceedings is AL.
lane law,for sale at this Office.
olitoeprosp lhoosoNraw of gcei
IMBe rr'Cilrfri*x ogoir4ugs.
js Freirit tingar-Beetitrad4est
, *la* ails Pm *4 $e
283 Lilieny tweet, be84.228*12.
- eddies hairees WU.
g o rinvitg.igiblear
the Gres is vesting up tikeihjeilspos
R. E. BLEMBITT, DSNTTST, Nice is . Swirl. I S 4 2
; ire/Abstinent Soma tad Third SW, Pitt:iv:TA aid Berme Patna.
sep 10 Akr rgm * lt Sternsbiest
, Ag ty ved isurnisiyi
ex W, celit tingm erd4 lar t io cips v , es an ßeimm d wilt r , zit a dai
iOSS ANDERSON. Sintth fi e. Postedry—
near the. Monongahela name, Pittst.trrgh.sep
elock A M leaves Pittsbaugh at 3 o'clock P; M. coca..:
netts at Beaver With the
Penney/Dania and Ohio Line
of4Vetbt andMaelt.. Canal boats between deafer. and'
CltvelaniNoloo,:lind Greenville, Pennsylvania. Leaves
Beatreeditilirattg o'clock P. 111. This line connects with
two daily lints on the Penraylyania canal to Philadel
Phi*, and witlrine NewYcirk and Ohio line on the Bele
canal, and New York and Oblio line and. Ohio canal.al
- steam freight and passage boats, brigs and
Ifiebrero,os the Lakes. The proprietors of Haswell
line will be-prepared on the opening of nal/riga
0ir41.0 transport merchandise to any of the inleiatedi
aletportson the Pennsylvania Ohio. and 'Ohio GL.
- 11*, tiany port on Lake Erie, and the Upper Lake-%w
and 4 from New York City and Philadelphia.
McClure tr Dickey, Beaver, Pa.,
Cobh Wormer Co., Cleveland, C.,
Rees 4. Taylor. Warreur,O., -
TOHNSTON 4. STOCKTON, Boollmetterl,
of Paper al aoufaerarere, No. 37. ilarketage
LEOINA D S. JOHNS, Aldennao,St.efalr iktreetoge
coed door from Liberty. seplo—ly
DC. S. S. HOLM E. Office in Se and street, next door
to M visas y ¢ Co's Mass Warehouse sup 14 17
SIIUNK 4. FINDLAY. Attorneys at Law,Fourth at.,
near the Mayor's DIEM Pittsburgh. sep 104 y
HA VI LTON. A torney at Law.
Wood and Smithfield sta.. Pith:bores. se.prph:Vi
HUGH TONER. Attorney at Law. North Eat ttflfllMM,
of Smithfield and Fourth streets--sep.l4,llr-A7
TVOICTI.OI I lek MCA JAYES TERNOIM-L.
HANNA 4 - TURNBULL'S Paper Warehoose:Shi.
104, Wood at., where may 1w had a general supply
of writing. wrapping. printing, wall paper, Rank books.
school books, fre, sep 10—l9
C. TOWNSEND 4- CO.. Wire Workers sad
R. Mirettfeeturers, No. 23 Market street. between 2d
and 3d streets. sep 10-1 v
EXCH ANGE HOTEL. Corner of Penn and Ft. Ciair
st teats, by McIIISBIN 4 SMITH.
sep 10-1 y
1; 1G 'METAL —77 tons so( Pie Mrtal for snle by
J.G. 4- A. GORDDN
PCP 13 No. 12 Water greet
3,000 LBS. B CON HAMS. 16,000 tbs. Bacon
Shoulders, for sa:e by
.1. G. t A. GORDON,
wp 13 N 0.12 Water street,
JAB, P ATTER SON, Jr.. Birmingham, near Pit laburah,
Pa., Maoufartur.r of Locks. Hinges and Bolts; To
imorn. Pulier. Mill and Timber Screws; Elcamen Screws for
Rolling Mills. ire.. trp 10— 4v
JOLIN 31,CLOSKEY, Tailor and Clothier, [Aber.?
etteet, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side.
JW. BORBEIME 4- CO., Wholesale Grocers and
Commission Merchant.— Second street, between
Wood and Smithfield sts"Pittsburgh. seplo- Jy
JG. 4- . GORDON. Commission and Forwarding
. Merehati., Water st.. Pittsburgh, sep 10—ly
LTA MS.-4 Gasks hams, a good arttele,necetved per S.
Li Et Corsair, and for sale by J. G.¢ A- CORDON,
sep 10 No. it, Waist' Street.
Q.LIG A R k 11401,A55E..5.—.40 hhds New Orleans Sn
rar; g 0 bbls New Orleans Molasses; for sale by
sep 10 .1. G. ¢ A. GORDON:
Sec n 11.-7 prime N. 0. Saar,. received per G.
R. Maine, and for sale by J. G. 4 A. GORDON.''
ver, 10 No. 12, Water AMA
50 BACON CASKS.in order, on hand and for sale by
nen 10 J. G. 4- A. GORDON, No. 12, Water et
SUGAR AND MOL A SSE:S.-13 btu% and 4 bt-tv N. 0.
Sugar. 32 bias N.O. illotarmes, received per Steamboat
importer, and for sale by J. G. .t A. GORDOS.
sep 10 No.-12. Water street.
w. BBLS. LA RD OIL. for &ale by
B. A. FA FIN 7 ;1•OCK
sep 10 nervier of 6th and Wood gs
1631 TA PERS Germantown Lamp Black for nate
by B.A. F Ali NESTOCK 4- CO.,
ep 10 corner of 6th and Wood sta.
200 LBS Prepared t. Cha A. lk r .f A or a sa N le 7 0cs
CO. sec, 10 corner of 6lb and Wood sts.
QIIGAR AND MOLASSES.-60 Mids. N. +J. Sugar,
35 hble. d0.d0., 100 do. Plantation Mnlasi. , A, for
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, &C.—
o be used in Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
good pa per,and in the forms approved by the Court ,for sale
at tile Office of the Mercury and Ilentocrat. nep 10
WB• HUBBARD, Ladies' 111.1.,.'vninabie b o ot and
shoe Manufacturer, Nc. ail, Third ' , reel. between
Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh seo 10
nt BUCKMASTER, ATLIINEY AT LAW,
a . haq removed his (ace to the corner of Fourth
street and Cherry Alley, between Smithfieli and Grant
streets, Pittsburgh. Pep 10
FOR RENT.-- 4
"rhedwelling and lot containing
acres, in Allegheny, near the Beaver Road, lately
occupiedby Mr. Samuel Church. Apply at the Merchants
and Manufacturer? Bank, to W. H. DENNY.
ni AVID SANDS, NV ATCH ez CLOCK
1.1 MAKER, No. 95, Market street.
a-burgh, between Fifth and Liberty streets,
DEAL ER IX WATCHES,CLOCRS,BREASTPIXS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, K EYS,CQ.M.BS,
y ANDRETIPS GARDEN SEEDS.— A fun
IA sapid) , of Landreih's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at his agency, the Drugstore of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 10 184 Liberty sireet,bead of Wood.
R. DAVID WARD has his office and r es idence
1/ on Fourth Street*nearly south of the Court House.
second d welling from Ross street. He will faithfully attend
all calls pertaining to his profession. Night calla shonld'be
made at the door above the basement. sep 10
REMOVAL —Matthew Jones, Barber and Bair Dresse
e r, has removed in Fourth street, opposite the May
or: lifter , . where he will be happy tot.wait upon permanent
or transient customers. tie sulieitsh share of public pat-
WM. A. WARD 4 DENlrillir, Peon at. three
door below Irwin ',tree., Boars of boainess.frois
9 a. la., unlit 5 P. N.. after Mack time hr 1 .01 anew/
io no one except in Melt of actual necessity. Be
would further inform these who may think proper to
em ploy bi m hat tie experts immediate payment, without
the necessity on his part of seoding in bilis. Sep 10
I °YIN M'FARLAND, Upleisterer and Cabinet
.41..ker. Third st. lietscees sr.' it Market streets.
respectful informs his friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all orders lot Sofas,'Sideboards,
reauc,Chairs, Tables. Bedsteads, Stands, Stir sad Sarin.
Mattrasses, Curtains. Carpets, all sorts. of Upholstering
work, which be will - warrant equal any made in the
citk, and on reasonable terms, Pep 10,
AUCTION 'ROOM, Jo
C ONICE4CI A
110 ward Striae, ,flusburgi r —R. A. Bauman.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Its Dow prepared
to reeeiseand sell all kinds of Goods trod aterelnutdree,
at his large and capacious teams, No. , 110. North East
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets, Filisburgh.
Reptlar saki of Dry Goods. Furniture, Groceries and
ot he r ankles, on Mondays and Tbaredisitif each week.
Hardware, Cutlery. Dry Goods, and Fancy anicies, !oa
Ttiesday. Wednesday. sad Tharaday raisins. _
• Books. kr...Avery Satiralay evralag.!
Liberal advances made CHI Conststaaeplawben
Mews. John D. Davis, Esq., 1
Pita l 4eY t siniths I
.4 avase. sigma, 4 Cc., . I
, :P. Loreay. 4. co.. j
•.g J. w . sadiriffig, eit Co.,
" 8.11'5.e. 4 , Ca.
" CaPt• James OrGargial . .'
" Jolla lairialieu Req. i
coLtai i i i ltp. • If-pallir..lloF*3ll.le. Win. 611 18151 ;:CiN :
' ,'" 11 4 -I Vir. ilainta. if Co, 1 -
-- -" 1 '!k, - WinißoArallos. i
44 - AgAiiest - 1 .... ' ,
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.... 7 .
PITTSBURGH 4 CLEVELAND
:-z , STEAM PACKET SIICHIGAN,
- W. B. BUMS, Master.
RUNS daily (Sundays excepted,) between PITTS_
BURGH 4- BEAVER. leaving Bearer at 8 A. M.
and Pittsburgh at 2 P. M. prorid‘d witk Evans's' -
ty Guard to present Esplosiow of Boilers.
Thrseplendid and fast running Stearn Boat has just
oeen cotnplet ed ezpressly for this trade, and tuna in
onneet ion with
CLARKE 4. Co's Pittsbure,4 and Cleveland Line of
FBEIGHT AND PASSAGE BOATS, daily to
Or down the Ohio canal to Idassilon, 4.e. and Erie Ex
The Canal Boats of this Line are towed to and from
piitsburgh direct, and the Itusine-s conducted t.n the
mo,t prompt and economical system. Baying a connec
tion with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Philadel
phia and Baltimore, and Steamboats running down the
Ohio river; also, through our Agents at Cleveland, with
C. N. Reed's Steamboats and several Lake Vecsels, and
the Troy and Michigan and Buffalo Lake boat lines ou
the Erie canal, we are prepared for the transportation
of Frvighit to and from ail points on the canal, the lakes
and the Rive r, or the Eastern cities, at prices as tow as
any other line.
Apply to G. M. Heertea, NO. 55 Water st, or at Steam.
boat Michigan's Landing. Pittsburgh.
Clarke , 4: Co. Beaver.
Hubbard 4- Weatherbec, Warren.
, Wheeler 4- Cc. Akron:
Thomas Richmond 4- Co. Cleveland
J. R. Wick 4- Co., Greenville;
W. C. Ma len, Sharon,
R. W. Cunningham. New Castle,
John Campbell. Newton Falls;
Campbell 4- Miller, Campbellstown;
Babcock 4- Mcßride, Ravenna;
C. 4- D. Rhodes. Franklin;
A. Miller ¢ Co., Cuyahoga Falls;
We/Inman 4. Whitehead, Massillon;
Gorden Williams, 4- Co., Detroit;
R lone, Da vis 4-, Co., Buffalo;
Cowing, Richmond, Williams Co.,New York.
No. 12 Water sl,oet.
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JAMES A. VEAZY, Agent,
N 0.60 Water street, Pittsburgh
ienAtiti Line to Greenville
HIGHT"—X O . 121. Comer of grafi t mod Prom
11 streets, Pitts/me:h., has on hand a complete as
sortmentof Qurengware suited to 1,4 a city or country
trade. Also, a choice selection of puie white and gold
band DINING AND TEAWA RE, in large or small sets,
or separate pieces to suit purchasers.
A cask of 46. 60. or 84 piece sets. superbly painted
and gilt English China Teaware. at very low prices.
Toy Teaware. plain, and rich painted and gilt, from
Children',: Milf.s of every description .
White China Shaving Mu!s.
Granite Dining a , d Tee Services, in white and with
splendid American scenery printed in blue and black.
A large variety of Steamboat Dieing and Breakfast Sela,
imported to match. complete,
Fire Proof stone I.aking plates and dishes, from the
Flint and Green Glass, in all their varieties.
Window Glass. of every size.
Patent Buckets, Tubs and Reelers.
Slone Pipe Heads, 4-c. 4-e. 4•c.
All of which are respectfully offered In the put.
is on the most favorable tertnit. 26,1842-1 v
TJ. PDX ALDF:N Attorney and Conaselor a t
• Law. OM rs his proleional services to the cit
izens of Pittsburgh and hopes for a share of public pat
ronage. Hewitt execute all kinds of writing with neat
ness and dispatch. Cases in bankruptcy attended to on
reasonable terms.—Offire In Smithfield street, at the
house of Mr. Thomas O'Neil, to whom he refers.
Pep 10 T. J. FOX ALDEN.
DAVID CLARK. -9 et. feaskionable Boot Maker,—
Han removed to No, Market street. between
Second and Third streets, where he wou'd be happy
to see his old customers, and all others who feel dispos.
ell to patronize him. He rises nothing bat first rate
stork, and employs the best of workmen; and as he gives
Ins constant personal attention to business, he truststhat
he will deserve and rtceive a fair share of patronage.
FRUITS, ICE CREAM, k CONFECTIOSARY.—
A Hunker respectfully informs his friends and the
public that they can always find ihe best quality of Ice
Creams, together with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in their season, at his e s tablishment—No.
Fifth street, between Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
cult.. or anything in his line. Also families furnished
with Bread. Rep 10
JOILN B. GU'THRIE, Auctioneer and Commis
.ion Merchant, No. 106, corner of Wood 4- Fifta sir.
Pittsburgh: Having beenappointed one of the Auction
&mufti. the City of Pitsburgh. tenders hisser - vices to job
bers, manufacturers and dealers, who may be disposed
to make trial of Ibis market- He is 'prepared to make
advances on consignments of all saleable commodities.
and treats to sati4y correspondents by quick sales, and
wag !and favorable returns-
Titat the various interests which may he confilliad to
him, shall be adequately protected, he brings to thkiid
of his own experience in business and acquaintance with
merchandize generally, the services of lilt.
FAIINISTOCIC, heretofore advantageously known. as an
importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent eimagernent is made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan, Presl. of M. 4- IL )
•. hares M. Cooper,
• James May,
R.IN. Riddle, t Pittsburgh
•. Wm Robinson. Jr. Irmei.
of Du:haute Bank.
• Ha apron, Sinitb, 4- Co.,
• John D. Davie, 1",
• Samuel Church,
J. K. Moorhead.
u Jar. W. Brown 4. Co.
John B. Brown. 4 Co
• Smith 4. if ti4ley,
Yardly f rktners,
John B. 111,1dle,
4 Joha Dal.sell,
ITANSIS CAMOMILE PfLLLS;--ABRA
NAY J. cLiplea, resit:nag at 66 Slott street.
New York, bras'allkied with Tlyspeprla in its most
agrasated (him. The symptoms were violent bead
af,ll,.s, great debility. fever, costivesete, cough. heart.
kiAIitOPII: little chest mod istomaek always atter maitq,
r. 1101 $ 1 Wele ofilltSille.Sursatioa of shaft at themourerk.
famed tomtit, amasea.ssittrfretpend mimithogs, disable=
, . West I, o l rtlll- These Lad catolawia IP
HOC a low* ,tirkea, ate teratellin Dr„lbras.
ltnas.loo reek amoomitualk_ to itir iiri_..,
omeemibil said irgridable made of torateatatithe - Oa*
was altered to Walk Inibe Awn moide4
eamiloo, • totem lagaleasimaditsltoodit alialir
apt,yodayeigerredartariolated 1 91.01100004 -1 11 1 10 .1 0 1 0, 0
"...P0 . 1 , 0 . 1 4 0 , 0 4 4 . Bllltieltall,* .. - : -. . ..-:
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1 ' - ' ; ~"- ;..' ',' , ," :!- r , 1 - ,,,-- - _,--
Tilt. GOODE'S_ etzierstia Feasze iets.
2roir:., PHI: aredroggly recommended to thatmtice of
the ladies ma safe . and Mildest- remedy in remiovimg
those entsplaintspecaliaz to theism', front mat of ma
rks general debility of the system. They Ordain
;and countera Ilysterient' and Nervous
afictioni: These Pilla Mire gain* tha Annetioak nand
approbation of the mot eminent Physicians is the Erni
teddliates, and many Mothers. Foisale INholmule and
Retail. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 Ito. 20. Wood Sireet,below Second.
WIN. ADAIR, Bost aid Shoe Maier. Lthe , ty se.,
. opposits tie heads/ Etntithfuld si., Pitt' shtsrglL-_-
Thointatiwcrihe'r havinalsought oat the stock of the <._
Thomas Ralfesty, deceased, has roitmeliced buldtlerls
is the old stantt of Ur IL, and is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work in his line, in the best mane%
and Wakes/toed( notion. He keeps eoratantly on 'hand
s large assortment ofshoe Godless of all deacriptions and
of the best quality. He solicits the patronage of the inib
tic and of she crab. WM. ADAM.
piTTSBURGHMANUFACTORY.—Spria s s
and AZICS far carriages. at Easters Prices.
The -subscribers manufacture and keeMeallstanii7 oa
band Coach, C and Mingle Spritms (warmated.) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Bran plated Dash Flamm Brass
and *fated Rob Bands, Stump Johns, Patent Leather,
Silver aed Brass Lamm, Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Door flandlm and Binges. 81-e.ke-
TOLET.-A well finished and coitiliirtablv two sto
ry house, together with hack Millilitres, stable, car
rimesi house, itc: possession given immediately_
This property is situated betow the Penitentiary. near
the residence of Mr. Wm. Bagley, and is a very desirable
residence. For terms inquire of J. K. Moorhead, or the
subscriber. G. W. BARNES Union Factory.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.—Take Notice that I
have applied to the Judges of the Court of Com.
mon Picas of Venang,o county, for the benefit of the laws
made-for tbe relief of Insolvent Debtors; and that they
have appointed the fourth Monday of November for the
hearing acne and my rrrditors, at the Court House, in
the Borough of Franklin—when and where you may at.
tend, if you think proper, and show cause, if any you
have: why I should not be discharged.
sert 13—It WILLIAM KEARNS.
D.SELLERS, M. D., office and dweiiing in Fourth
-1-11- • near Ferry street. sep 13-17
QTOLEN, from the shop of the subscribes. in Third
street, some time last week, a pair of Shears, for
hair-entting. They are nearly. or quite a foot long, and
very slim. is impposed the thiefsold them somewhere
in the city: I will pay the purchaser any reasonable price
if be will bring them 10 ME,
ASSMNEES'SALE OF REAL ESTATE. AT ACC.
TIONOn Saturday.l7th instant. at 3 o'clock. P..
M. I will sell, by order of the Assignee, on the premises,
the following deerribed property. viz- A lot of Ground
32 feet front by about 100 feet deep, with a suintantiat
fame inddin. nrt it.. need now rs a machine shop; con
taining:a-good Stem Engine and Gearing e, Two Circular
Saws and Drums, situate in Allegheny City. between the
Canal Rod the Commafits, and adjoining the Methodist
Clinrch,—formerly oncupied as a looking glass factory,
k Co. Terms - at rate.
Pep 11.7 - ' J. B.GI7THEIE. Atielloneer.
Iot)END& KY. LEAF TOBACCO. in store and
for sale by J. G. - A GORDON.
cep 13 - No 13,Waier street.
CANNON. 811307' AND SRELLS.—Boarac or Ctard
IL-• ?WPM AND aIfIMOGIRAPITY, 3d Septenther. 1842.
Seated Prep otiaLe miillte received at this Bureau until 3
o'clock. P. 111—of the 15th October next. for furnishing
and delivering,in the proportion., and at theidaces here
in designated. the following number and description for
earrnon * Shot and Shells.libr the Naval Service of the
United 4talleg,"iriz: Thirty-eight inch Paixhan cons, of
. re?cuontritirrtnrirposructer runs or
41 cwt. and upwards, the precise weleht of each to be de.
termined hereafter. Five hundred eight inch shells;
Three hundred eight inch solid shot and Seven thousand
thirty-two ponndr r shot. Deliverable as follows:
10.100 in. ralxhan gnus Deliverable at
200 eight in. shells !Sackett's Dar
" 100 eight in. solid shot ).bor, N• T., on
20 thirty two pounder guns Jor before the
2.5100 thirty-two ;wonder shot J 15th May next
10 eight in. Paixhan guns ) Deliverable at
150 eight in. shells I Buffalo N. T.,
100 eight in. solid shot -on or before
25 thirty two pounder runs 1 the 15th May
2..sXlthirty-two pounder shot J newt.
10 eight in. Paisban guns ) Detiverahle at
150 eieht in. shells 1 Erie Penna.
100 eight in.solid shot jon or before
thirty-two pounderenes I the 15th May
2,000 thitty two pounder shot J next.
The proposals must state distinctly the rate per ton (of
twenty-two hundred and forty pounds). for the guns, and
the rate per pound for the shot and shells, deliverable as
above, all to he subject to,and undergo such proof and in
spection.as this Bureau may deem proper to authorize;
and none will he paid for that shall not pats such in.
spection as may be entirely satisfactory.
Bonds. with two approved sureties, will be required in
one third the estimated amount of the tittered, and ten
per centavo of the amouut of all hilts wilt be retained as
collateral security for the faithful performance
which will be paid only on the satisfactory completion of
the contrail; and ninety per rentum of all deliveries will
be paid outriiisproperly aothenticated, according to the
provisions of the contract, within thirty days after thr ir
pne4. Potation ratite Navy Agent.
The offers mast mate at what agency the contractor
may desire payment to be made.
Drawingsorthe guns will oe furnished from this Bu
reau, and they 1122194 be cast and finished to conform to
them in every respect.
No hot blast metal is to be used, and the shot must be
cast in sand moulds. sep 12
TO THE WISE •—t t is now well understood how
much disorders of the mind depend for their cure
msona due attention to the body. It is cow understood
how valuable is that medicine which will remove morbid
accumulations without weakening the bodily power. It is
now understood that there is a reciprical influence be.
tween the, mind and the body. It is now enderstoodlisat
purging with the Brandreth Pills will remove a melan
choly, and even insanity is cured by perseveringly wsing.
them: It is now understood how pack dornenic happi
ness depends/Mon the healthy ctureitiost of the digestive
It is now well known that the Brandreth Pills 'have
cured tbossandsof hopeless and helpless persons, even
when the first physicians bad pronounced I hem beyond
all human means-of relief. it is now not only well
known that the Brandreth Pithiest/tare, but k is aisona
derstood how they cure; that it is by their parifylngtillent
on the blood that they restore the body to health.
The valise of the medicine is becoming more and =ova
manifest, it is recommetried daily frontfautity to family.
The Branitreth Pills- remove in 2U almost imperceptible
1 manner al rtesian's accumulations and purify andinvrei:
rate the bieml„artiltheir good ellectsare nottcotniterhatan
mi by any inconveniences, being composed entirely of
vege, taides they do not expose those who ate them to
danger; and their eSectitare as. certain an they are-saht
learn they are daily and safely administered to infancy,
youth. manhood, and old ape.and to women in xlmc most
entire; and delicatecircutnetnnets. 'They do not disturb
or shock the animal functional', hat • restore their or4er
acid establish their health. •
- Sold at Dr. Brandrelh's 'office,
_No. 95. Wood street,
44.1.4er:h. Prim IN eents - per left, wittrifilll dfreetions.
DI helr—The only place hi Pittsburgh - where the genu
ine Pitts can be obtained, is the T.octor's own office, No.
9B Wood street. ' sepia
MOLE lit ANUFACN:iiitlr.—Patriel t"awfield re' I
k speoteellyaequaints his &feeds aqui the patine gee
eroliy, that be bee ratemeteeittlie Marble business*. the
rornerpf Filth and Liberty els., wbere will be eciasteatly
on band, tomb scones, motel pdiee . m. moounieebi. bra
sod foot Moot& table siithefor +=biker erne, Wei every,
aritiekiiienahelag to the busbies% Beitill wormerbb;
work ioberweil _dose, aad Ws thaws evitthe twodeLrwee,
respeetroily tetkiaiskire pi** , paftwas e.,seplo,
is A. _V IrA Z tionsakr4 o l- 414 4
pt. Argot for Megmbost cleirebi*- 41 01 -
..reistilii** aid ohie **big reniedbe mitt
*awe fongedy iereosaw -1#000.=0,1 4'. c o . _t i tz,
OweekViarieriProiliiiiiolo44o. l , l,
I3ER 28, ISM
JONES F COLEM A%.
St. Clair V.. near , te eieetteny Itrider
:7 ,,, ,_.- . - '.-" l''' .. ,•:, -.L. i '' .:.,.7" '',. 'i 14 . ,
. - ... . . .
F. 7. pull:Mat s ace /May ?spar i"4414 ay Pitts
irisr" tir-ias wined ile .
wDAILY MOMG POSt
• nrineSublatcniellAM& anal 'ilmisonto tip Maim
JR tie Aiiiericas Namfaciares *ad riusisigik
into one /wreak hayticomelided to publish s *Ay
paper with the title eft* pplr Arcaillt Pon.
?be leading &Peal of lamfrome" will ho the ditneialem
lion aaddefence of the paneled priaelples that have here
tame been maintained by the Editors. In their respective
- • - and their best rinks will still be der/lei to the
nisslissimma those doctrines.
posedes. the paper Wig he thoroughly
••= it t l i r the Edfials hope. bighlwt. as basest,
of *gift Political - events, Foreign
a "* . " 111 * •eteAtileeee , and brief twitieet of all mat
ters and necanwaew that come property within the sphere
ef * Pahßeitiallud, to ike their paper wilficiently Ir
erialieg lotbeWallatiage of the Pellik, tr
la whAlinalls and general sews that will
be Amid le the a Peat," the Editors will take
pales to *Sok the.iedews ettiewoolty with
Ate latest amid most. inttmestlag Cevexastetu,
sew= fro* ail Witte of the. COnittry, gad to have prep*•
red such acaanallttar the Markets - and the State of Trade
as will be advantageous lo oar Merchants and Basilian
Men in their several callings.
Times—The Posy will be published en a large imp rL.
at skeet of fine paper, (atanntictered enpecially for this
Journal) at thonnoseally low rate - of Fria DOULAILS
per annvw,payable in advance. it will aho he sold by
etios-noys et the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Adeertisoaratea wilt be lwerlod et the lowest tales
charted by the other daily paper of the qtly,
IKrT WEN TY active lads are snidest to mil the Post,
who will be eagagertott.the most li eral WWI
W. H. SMITH,
Alkwleas 31,, 1842.
4( . 1 4 1 4 t
OLO ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT OFFICE, NO. 61
SOUTH STREET, NEW YORK. New Yorker:it
Liverpool Csrateterciol Lime ef Peekits; Swihwg Weekly.—
The Subscriber would respectfully inform Bach persons
residing in this country wi are desiroirs for sending for
their friends to come out from the old country, that he
("Oath:Rift as usual to make engagements by which flail
sen,lers are brought-out ors very moderate terms, in First
Claw Ships, sailing from Liverpool weekly, and would
assure persons desirous of coming by the above Line,
that as agents of brat respectability are engaged at Li
verpool, there will be no detention wbalenr nt that
He is also prekrared at ail times so tarnish Hight Drafts
for any amount to assist in preparing passeugms for the
voyage,payable throughout the United Hingdom.ard in
cam the parties agreed for should decline coming out, the
passage money shall be refunded without redaction.
For fortherriarticutarsapply it by letter to
JOHN II REDD! AN.
No. 61. South street. New York.
Or to JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK,
At the Warehouse ..f DALzett, ¢ PLNXISIG,
Sep i 0 No. 24 Water street, Pittsburgh. Pa.
GREAT S ALB OP PENNSYLVANtA LANDS. ire-.
BY AUCTION.;--I#lll be sold by Public Audios,
without receive. for isiutb. to ekse theeoutern, 'at the
Hall of the Marlborough Chapel, in Breton, on Tuesday.
the foam day of October next, commencing at nine of
the clock in the forenoon.
All the property of the United States Laud Oompany
140.000 Acres of good and well watered Tanning and .
Grazing and very valuable Timber Land, lying in Jeffer
son. McKean and Clearfield counties, in the State of
Pennsvlvania—on parts of which there is abundance of
CORI. Lime and Iron Ore,and many Mill seats;
And of Claims against sundry perm= for land sold
lying in said c,onntbm, that are considered good.
And or Stock and Tools on a Farm in the township
Of Eradfor4,Ja the county of ideßean. la said State of
The land wilt be sold in Intl to suit purchasers, con
taining from ahnut 120 to 5000 acres.
Farther partientais will he made known at the saie.or
on inquiry of the subsexiber.. at No. 12'1foot' Marr—
a' Fishers ....I %Mini>, Sterrhonts?.Ron , to itonto
ofeither of the Trnsteesof the !aid United States La
Company. D. R GRIGGS.
- President of the United States Land Co.
Boston. August 20, 1840. tsep 10)
BY Morrison k Co. London. for sale only by S. N.
Wickersham, tourer of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. pbo
ts sole agent for 4Vm.tern . Pennsylvania. sep 10
FARM FOR SALE.—The undersigned offers for Pale a
tract of land situated 4 miles from Freewill. la the
direction of Kittanning. Buffalo 'township, Armstrong
county. containing 100 acres, 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10 of whirls are in meadow—a good square leg
dwelling. home and cabin barn erected thereen—an apple
orchard of 80 beating trees—and a spring of excellent
water convenient to the house_
FOR TERMS apply to the subscriber* residing at the
Saltworks on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mite above Free
Pep 10 W 111.4 PHILIP BAKER.
DR. J. WESTON'S Vegetable Expectorant Syrup,an
infallible cure for whooping cough. This *pease
is mostly confined to children, and is attended with a
suffocating cough, %lid a deep shrillstiand, called a whoop;
it comes on with difficult breat bins, thirst. boa 'lnnen, and
cough, with difficult expectoration: The violent exec
! ions in coughing bloat the face, which turns purple, and
the eyes swell and become prominent. •
Consumption-often dates its oriein from this disease.
• which has hitherto baffled the still pf the nu t' able 0 13 ,-
1 siciana but now by this simptt vegetable medicine this
disttessiag and frequently destructive disorder ran be ce-..
red ma few days. Thousands have 'Men it a trial and
is I,o _=. l &""Witere used according to the direction has it
failedOnlessitructhe viscid matter and mating ii easily
expecteratedivithout mach elitlent straining as is invaria
bly experienced by Htliesuffererstry every mode of treat
'went that bas here recommended.
Coughs. colds, ectissiteeelost, asthma. 4e. owed by Dr-
Wesson's Indian Cough Medicine, essay cares of coestaip
tions.Soinelit the advanced wages azd gives up as locum
hie .by playsichinishaveheeu cured by this nsabeine with
his iriiiS and *weir. *liaise bottles, snail 51) the Pills
25 cents.phurtir 25 es. ills Strengthening Plaster is the
beat in the witild for weak back', pain in the dile. to. liv.
dr. J. Winion'a Eye Water cures alt disorders of the
olive wheil ail 'other means fait. Price 25 casts. Ms Cora
Salve is void* 121 cis. per box, containlic enough to
cure 20 earn, o us. Be ism also a perfectly safe and
highly tra . bloc fore. - 25 cents per
nis Bootees are superior tdt; Oben% heihalaMkusi 6
rep d ;..„
times the strength of any dist
_. tie purchased at any_ of
the drOggisils, estch as arpearatititAtanasast,
iemon.trawer i pte ender. .ritialei. stiwiedsimerW
insot,rwaioarj;e l arialsay. 4-r, kr: Price 12i. ends per
bottle. or 50 cis, put , cane containing .4 botilensmr 15 -rad
forbore' s winialaksg6 bottles --
Porm4,k4Vltintristepsoniseriseety 153 ViiertY.l. l l,
next it* -Wthe *;Three Big Doors." - sap 10
Dg,J. i.l'iljßiTT`B, 15apeetfidly Worm the chi
zernisall viehrhy. Ott be bas rehire
ett to the eltr. hopes to sham the raraiihreee of Ma
former pawns ; sad the pular. generalty; sod reheat a
renewal of* pertian of their patronage. In eonnedeNti
he would -observe. that theoperiaiire of lAtboutty,
hreatiPlL ityertgrela the bladder, aad'alievripp Mao
ofittkilse arian,) Is every *here seenoeltarkr
railptatitet; bops Jo extant the I
"fhb prefeasioe bribe Albin' erl. fohlemallieenwe. rit
the Madder and Ithineyrk—which earegeletiblegeter --
7//0* fliPatatishlegr Abothorlifianneass
249 11 7 -Yirb ktuelrr. "If 4111 fred cki be
acessaineoltag ighbrettoniaClettenref parattire*
%Nis thlinNiONnabe "WO spitUbentilke. aegalr
lam se. i4l
For the Menditi
frie allocation &nos the mind
.A t sillttpla timid the hues ineliesdf
et, no* strange nor
To see a buoi Unwise* :Soar;
And sorthniCarda,4 telt* a /MI
'Midst alphabets without a gr est:
Subtract, divide, and add by role,
Aa say two leg'd' boy at school.
Which has seem braise. the pit mime,
Who shows the beast, solve but 11 / 16 : 0 1 10 4
One thing is certain. well we know
The pig's the Lion sf
Turas op bin nose at Stillhaosil
And roots qp lettets.".demaillef'grabm
Abandicas garbage for the lamp
Of learning, oh the saucy eamsfe ct
And wisely seek* to earn his bread -
Sy elan:Age of snort and heatk ,
ilristier op for lose of inamorea • .
Show• his tricks worth more than prasessie t
Se setae hi's baron and his lard'
By playing well his insider's card.
The amoral thee of Ibis is plains •
A gruntliwg can improve his brain;
And though a silica purse, 'tis said.
Of a Strw's ear cannot be made,
Yet Piggy proves luatsetr we
For having game awhile to school.
Later Swat aorraliallr•
Seeing that Judge Noah ie in the SAP;
once moreii.wrote a few Beefalxweditiao-
41 Geneany ; wbicb .he may o
tbink ~with while publishing in his ; new
joufnal—to which 1 he:unity Wishnii
hie anctentr, _ -
It is OneAtindred in the shade! •Prett
weather. Smfrileeping, as we do here, wit"...
a feather bed over as well as under yogi.
What a harvest is there here—whet .11 , ;_
year for the vintage—what $ season
sunshine and earthquakes. But donitaniett,
them, for we have a great deal :to 43itcuso
respecting politics. Here, widxrst farther ?
preface, I commence. _
As the Duchess . - d'Orleana is a Omuta'
lady there is great sympathy for her, thro'
the whole of the Gee ratan States. .Fittit
deprived her of the chance of wearing
crown, but she will have a higher duty to.
perform. She is no the .guardian of
her children, one, of whom, in all !nob-.
ability, will be king of Fiance for many
Anxious as the French arefor war. b. itt
much doubted here whether the" ears.wr
will bear a long Regency. The or
Europe depends on the continiiill
istence of Louis Pliiiippe,—the Isis*
Prince of his time, his pkosecutionsof
Press excepted. If the Regent will
his sword, his dycasty may continue to*
rule over France. If be insist upon It
pacific policy, he and his will be iirig:
kicked out of the kingdom.
Again, if the Regent should resolve on
war, he must draw the sword and, throF
his scabbard. No petty war Wilt serri, ;
the French. They require, whatlitiple;
on gave them for so many, years, CoOfteest,
Glory, accessien of Territory. arid the ,
spoils of art, taken from conuerea
to make their Paris, the miniature metrcip - - 1
olisof the world.—Will the rest of Europa
In many parts of Germany there have
been public demonstrations of the sympathr
generally felt with the Royal Family of
France. 'The most strkirig was gives in
Frankfort-on-the-Maine,--which you wilt
be so good as not to mistake for Frankfort , '-
on-the... Order. The titter is *Small Park
I siah city with almost 18,000 inhahlianie-t
-and has greatly fallen off once its•unissreei., ,
ty was Waasferred, in 1800 1 to H>teis
but Frankfort-on-the-Mains is the 10044
the Germanic diet,_ and one of din teeitt ,
Free Cities of Germany, with a tereitor* Of
95 square. miles, (as fixed in 1818, k 9 the
Congo:fa of Vienna.) and rt-totwi.„ pepsin! '-
lion of -4,000 inhibitants. .011h.e (oaf
free cities it is the first. and has at (repel&
can) constitution of us own.
In this Frankfort, which is a riartestant.
city. a public demonstration has bees inwhe -
which shows and was intended to shots.,
great sympathy for the loss Louis MGM
and his family have recently sustained.
The Municipal authorities=lbst is tits
l imo Burgomasters. the Senate and tieOnso
of Assembly—decided on lassirig
celebrated Requiem performed is the Catlin
edralyin memory of the late ItnketiValtoan., ,
They, left a the details of the Rowan Csilhor--,-
elle Agra of the city, two of die-Bar .
and twenty-fine diplomatic: represmnettott:
of Roman Catholic Statesee—the .4*****,
inprowatatives of all the flii*ettlant..SPLitoi*
of, gUrape Unaiiawas# itiMsoo4 l ll-4,-Ott
• Oa the 12th (August) the Cathek‘k
fine old Gothic bufliinig, was throwl epoO.
It was Nook with K l 4 draPeTY;
centre aisle was a catafalque, -on twfl
_was platted a bier decorated with - theVettif
4 1.601440 Dike. In toe cludrlA :
the Municttal body of Frankfort,
111 011 44 b:. Will the Admit* body;Atifee,
till,Plarbf &owe. - wegisrigNekh
their left teens. Firtf-fitritelflbe"
s and;nearly ` all the 'lakillative VielkilOtA
2 • .0 Were the two 111141 0 *'
From the N. T.Vabs.