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31108. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
X. W. 0011XXJ1 OF WOOD it FIFTH BM
vimass.—inve DOLLARS a year, payable in
multsvAte. Dias* . copies TWO CENTiI--for sale at the
otouster of the wake, and by News Soya.
Tke Efferciarrand Namafaeturer
ite-pesisieee minutia, at the same °Mee% on a d.snale
skeet, at TWO DOLLARS a year, in all.
value. Single eopiu. RIX CENTS.
Termite et A
Mt SWAIM OF TW
Oss Assertion. 0.50
Tors insertions. 0.75
Titres Needless. 1.00
ass week. • 1.50 I
Three Weeks. 4.00
cn• 88888 Lk ♦T R.
CMS Spate*, nee Sqsar as
en inoeths, $13.00 Six months, $23,00
4DAe. year. 25,00 One year. 35,00
a-74"eTer advertisements In prorortion.
CARDS of four lines Six DOLLLIIO a year.
Dirt Porr Orrsca. Third between Market aneWood
Istretts,--1. SI Riddle. Postmaster.
Carrots House, Water, 4th dour from Wood st. Peter
tenra tut ilajor Johu W Mock, Colleci or.
iCier TREASURY. Wood between Flr.t and Second
trreets—James A. Bertram. Treasurer.
lionicry TRICASURT. Third street, nett door to the
Visit! PieshyterianChnreb—S• R. Johnston, Treasurer.
Marin'. Ormuz, Fourth. between Market and Wood
mreets—Alexander Hay. Manor.
EXCliallol. Fourth, near Market si.
IF,rersarrn9s.between Market and Wood streets, on
Third and Fourth streets.
Mat -Bets' ►so Masur•r-roactts' AND F•ancits' Dc•
POUT Baez. (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, beta/ten
Wenn and Market m.eets.
6kossansie. Filth street, near Wood.
Nlelisinilifirrl.s. Mune, Wafer street, near the Rrld~r.
CNCln2Pilic 110rIn.. earner Or Pena and S.. Clair.
liiiirlitCeiLNTa' floret, corner of Third and Wood.
NlMPilitean HeTtel.orennet et Third nod Smithfield.
ITNITZTI STATIC 4. ,011.1 4 .1' ler PERII at.eet and Canal.
Emmy.. Liberty silent, Pear Seeemtn.
IMILLIaIe Maninnie Honer., Lit•Criiyi SI eitere,ilie Wayne
ifiketiviluilluT 1,1•1.1,104 Horne. l 4 turn . errfpioe
oisEaT WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
FL COUNSELLOR AT LAW—OfFice moo
fed tOnakewetl's O ffi ces on Grant st., neatly opposite
Its new Court noun, next rooms to John D. Mahon,
Mos .—First fl oor. 10
3,8108. H. ELLIOTT, 11. D.— office rem° wed
IL St. Clair •treet, between Penn stiti Liberty ,
Arianneek. I I 10
NEW GOODS.—rreston Mackey, wholesale and
retail dealers in En;lish, Frencii, at.d Doineftle
1147 Goode, No. 1.11. Market Pt , rittpluercla tep PI
M.9CA.NDLESS & "VC LIT RE, Attorney,. arid
COUnsellors wl t.nw: Office in the Ora woad, hoc*
Of the old Court Moot. Pitt Margit. two lel
ItElliOV.L.— IL Morrow, Alderrette; etifi e north
side of Fifth at., Letweerd Wood and itoeittintield
Pittiborgh. wr, (0
TOIIN lIIPDE VIT r, Wholreaie Gror.er tecti6 lug
• aktilkr, A ()enter is rrn.ltir• and
eilantiCtetured ArilcicA. Xs. 224 Libertgr street, Pitts•
ihrirgk7 wet. 10
Ilif mt.' va H. , V ti.e.l,4rA le rim r 4. Dico - ort i u
WILLI43I.S Sc. DILWORTI - 1. - -
V V ‘vunk..air
Gr..ctro Produce and Coon ufnunon Meerlianl,,, 3‘,41
idenirrs in Pdi tburgh Manufactured actioltri.. N.. 29,
blond street. ~ n ISI
W.ll. O'HARA. ROBINSON, .‘tiorticy al Law;
ofivr do the norlh ode ..1 . 414r. IkaammZ.hetweo ,,
dlarktt and Union sirrvtA, up Flame Pep i 0
BORAM, Allawnea• at La w; render' ,
• hi• iffefesAiosiat twrvic , !s to %Lit public. Office cor•
•rr of Fifth and Market Sancta, 6 b 0 V V U. Lloy.l 4- Co'-
More, Pittv.hur:lt. Pa. svp 10
JOHIPI K. ennr.ittr• J... N. K n•N
Ski E itiFe • & KEAN, M.lndfacha 'cr.: al Copfn,
Tro. anal Shoot Iron Ware. do 311. Fenno ed , F 0 i ,
Ildr2h• 110Usie Spouting and Stelitniow 1 wort e om in Is
infolnan I ToIIN . ViciNCIS I. YOUNG.
rilifos. B. YOUNG & CO" Furl',tore Warr
1. -Roonot, uortier of Hand Excliatu!e Alley.
-Persona wishing to purchase Furniture. will find it io
a Weir advantace to give us a call. heing ['tiny .alistied that
we can plettoe aa In quality and price. sett 10
nUTTON LI A MS.—Just reretved IROchoice blot
tod /lams, well cared and for sale cheap by he do
Wen or retail, hy ISAAC lIARRIS,
Pep 10 Nu. 9, Filth st
ItiT A 3 AG
: t. 7 ai g Y ? tja : drcl.l.l a
taß,la.,d other ritvr,4::: 017:rni,
Seed, just received and for sale kit itter , Cl.o emcee at the
Thug and Seed Store. of P. L. SNOWDEN.
•oP 10 No. 134 Liberty meet, head of Wood.
WEBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe Ma huiacto.
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., next door to the U. States
Snub. Ladies rrUnella, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
lie illealCilinitilUcT,aud by the newest French patterns.
5,000 M. • US MULTICAULUS. in lots insult
purchasers; to I e dispo.ed of by
F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 184 Liberty &tree!, head of Wood.
DABLIA ROOTS, Flower■ and Flower Seeds 01 ev
ery deserlption, can always lie had at the Drug
wed Seed store of F. L. SNOW DEN,
per 10 184 Liberty street. brad of Wood.
MO(,BS. Illinois Annual Mninouoth Onion Seed, for
OPPAO Bale at the Drag and Seed store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
18.4 [Ahem y street, head of Wood.
400 LBS. NEW JERSEY SWEET POTATOES
for seed; Just received by
F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 184. Liberty heed of Wood sr.
TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels. Edding Tools, Budding
Knonest Pruning Boise., Pruning Shears. ese., lust re.
tei•ed avid for side by F. L. SNOWDEN.
repio 184 Lliterty street, head of Wood.
CSIGIce Venison Ilainit.--Juirt received a dwell amp.
Hof very choice cared treenail Helen. on retail
eu 4011111 iota for cermet stoney.
ISAAC HiRRIS. Agent,
and Cont. Merchant
WHITS Dutch Clover Seed, Orchard Grass and
ilf,walstety Sloe Grass, always on hand and for
F. L. SNOWDEN,
Ka. **4 Liberty street, head of Wood.
121Y8T111 kDI:ICKANAN, Altotracya at Law, office
removed threetiere Diamond, to ••Attorneysßow,"
eSady side of Faulk street, between Market and Wood
streets ' Pep 10
,ansIiGINSTRATEWOLANIES, for proteedins in Al
, tealltitalst eerier the tate law, for sale at this °Mee
FlBALL—Lata oa the Nurth RIM corset of Coal
ails and fifth street- Apply to
asp 10 80111. [MILLINGTON, Market, near 4th
100 LES. Laadretins French instal. Beet Seed. Net
Matadi *ad far sea at the Drug and Seed
F. L. SNOWDEN,
11114 Liberty street, bead of Wood.
1108 SOLUTION OF PARTNERS'S:M.—The
sopsitseadiip boretolbre *silting betimes Wu,.
WI At RIGBY sad 1111/1/All IN ROPEWiLL Wills day
dissolved by newel isosmiest. Winless Dist' is aetboriesd
S likesigeetess Ira is saunas up tie bestow
si[ebeiataArms. WILLIAM BIDDY.
aeM 10 NW. T.4IOIIIPRELL
VE LINES 011 LESS:
One month, a. 5.00
Two wont', 'lOO
Tbree months, 7,00
Four months, 8.00
Six months, 10.00
One tear, 15.00
DAIILY" - -- - ':'M'OKNING:posT
JOHNSTON k STOCKTON, Booksellers. rriniers ani
Piper Sllanikraeltuers. No. 37. Marken ft. sep 10-19
JOIN ANDERSON , Smithfield Foundry, ..y Rvi er en_
near I he,lidg2no9gahrla Douse, rithilureh. 10—ly
EONARD S. JOHNS, Aldiwau,St.Clair sireei,se
eond door from Liberty. sep 10-1 y
DR.& It: HOLM ES, °nice In Second street, next door
to Multrany 4- co's Glass warehouse sep I,o—ly
S tiUNK ¢ FINDLAY. Attorntys nt Live, Fourth
star the Mayor's Office, l'it sep ID -Iy
THOS. HAMILTON, A gurney at Law, Fifth, ye een
Wood and Smithfield SM. Pitlahurffh. 10-1 y
HUGH TONER, Alto , nev at Law, North Ea,t corner
of Smithfield and Four! h atrcei aep 1 0-1 y
HANNA ,4 TURNBULL'S Paper Wareh o use, No.
104, Wood at., where may beltal n general supply
of willing wrapping. printing, wall paper, blank books,
school books, 4c, 4.c. sep 10-1 v
C. TOWNSEND dr co., Wire Worker: and
L. Manufacturers, No. 23 Market street, between 2d
and ;id streets: sep 10--1 y.
E XCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of Penn nod t 4 t. Chir
reels, by MeKIBBIN Q- BNITII.
BROWNSVILLE JUNIATA IKON WORKS.--Ed
ward Hughes. Manufarturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. Wood st., Ptttsburgh. sep 10 1 Y
IG METAL —77 tons soft Mrtal for sale by
I.G. A.GORD )N,
No. 12 Water street
3 0 LBS. B %CON HAMS. 16,000 11., Bactur
100 :boulders, for gm el,e
J. C. 4- A. cortuoN,
N 0.12 gi reel
WAS, r A 'I'T ERSCIN , Jr., Birrnin;ilam, near Poirdnireh,
al .Pa., Ma nil factirrer of Lock,r. Ilintres and Bolts; To
bacco, Fnller, Mill and Timber Screws; House') Screws for
tiollinc Mills, d-c. cep 10--ly
I OHN WICLOSKEY.TaiIor and Lilier.v
lietweeti Sixth ana Virgin alley, South side - ,
W BCitilftlOGE 4• CO., Wholesale Grocers and
• Commission 111e , elianis— Second street, het wren
Wood and Smithfield o.l....eiiiSNlr:ll. se p 111— 1y
G A. GORPAIN, Coinnihrolon and Forwarding
• Mi•rcliaritii, Water lot— Pitinburgh. sep 10—I y
LIA castis lianrs,a good art lON received per S
R Corsair, and for laic lry I.G. fr A. GORDON,
rieP 10 No_ 11, Water strret
QO6 AIL A- IIIofASSF.S.-411 area New Orleans Su
car; 80 hills New Orleans NI otarew (or Pa le I , y
selttO J. C. it A. CORDON.
Q.1 . 7C A R.-111(14 prone N. 0. SA _sr, rso , erved pro. S.
Atoine. and for sale by 3.G. 4- A. CORDON.
Fel, 10 No. It Water street
50 BACON' CASKS,in wiser, on band and fur Pale by
sep ld 7 . G. Q A.nounfri , No. 12, Water st
Q. (MAR AND NMI. Ithd•atol 4 bt.la N. 0.
Su Sir. 32 hide N.O. NI ohoses, rerrived per Slenntl.oat
Torpor; Pr, and cor ,n le by J. D t A. GOP. DON,
pep 10 No. 12. Water arerl
MILS. LAB Pi 011, focsa it by
B. A. FA ti NESTOCK cr) .
pep 10 cot net of 6th and Wood olf.
1631 A P S Gerwrintown Lamp Blark for Bale
by B.A. FA II N ESTOCK k CO.,
In'P 10 rooter Of fsib and Womixlr.
9100 1.6:5 Nvitarid Chall..lnr sale by
Nal B, A. F HN rOCK 4• Co ,
•ep 10 rnrner of 6 , 11 ;And Wont
QUG 11 AND NlOl, ASSE.9.-60 Mids. N. O. Sugar,
C. 7 =25 bhlr. dv. do., 100 du. fur
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES,
o he used in Bankruptcy proceedoo4s, printed on
;wilt paper,aod iu the Corms approved by I lie Cu t iniStir s a l e
the OfrICC of the Mercury and Deleorrat. ,Lep
WM. MBA ItD, Ind ic.'
shoe o. 1111, Third s.lrcet, bclwrru
Wood nod Smithfield rvets. set 10
BUCICIIASTER, AT'llti EY AT LAW,
hos re)))), his office 10 the corner of Fourth
street airdilierry Alley, between Swilhlield and Grunt
*tows, rlttshurgl). scp 1(1
FOR RENT.—Thellwelhog Red lot cohtaining 4
acres, in Allegheny, near the Heaver Road, , alely
deetipledloy Mr. rnewel Church. A pill% at the MerchaniS
and Manufaelarcr.' flank, to W. 11. DENNY.
IA AVID SANDSOI ATCII az CLOCK
f4I 4 L./ M AKER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Palls
DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, BR EA STPIXS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, COMBS, c.
T ANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.- A
supply of Latolteth's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at los agetwy, the Drug si ore of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
DR. DAVID WARD hat his o ffi ce and residence
on Fourth Street, nearly south of t he Court House,
second dm ening from Ross street. He will faithfully , ;wend
all calls pertaining to his profession. Night calls should In
made at the door above the basement, sep 10
REMOVAL —Matthew Jones, Harter and Italy dress
er, ha• removed to Fourth street, n pposite t he May
ors office, where lie will he happy to:walt upon permanent
or transient cunt ,viers. He solicit's share of ['Wilk vat•
rootlet. nep 10
WNI. A. NN - A RD, DENTIST, Penn et. three
door below Irwin street. Hon rs of business, from
9 A. X s , until 5 Y. a, after which (line Ile will attend
to no one escept In cases of actual necessity. He
would further inform those who may thank proper to
employ hint, t itat he expects immediate payment, without
time necessity on his part of sending in bills. pep 10
JOHN NVFARLAND, Upholsterer and Cabinet
.41.ker, Third at. between Wood 4. ,Market streets,
respectful informs his friends and the public that be is
prepared to execute all orders (or Sofas, Sideboards, Bu
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, Bair and Spring
tillattrasses, Curtains. Carpets, all parts of Upholstering
wort:, which Ire will warrant equal .o any made in tire
city, on reasonable terms. rep 10
COMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS, .Arb.
110 Weed Street, eittsbategil.—R. A. Bauman.
A tictloneer and Couto ionMerchant,a now prepared
to receive and sett ail kinds of Goods and Merchandize,
at his large and capacious looms, No. 110, North East
Corner of Wood and Filth Streets, fittsburgh.
Regular sales of Dry Goods, Furniture, Groceries and
other articles, on Mondays and Thursday or each week.
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, and Fancy articles, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.
Rooks. ie., every Saturday evrmne.
Liberal advances made on Consignments when wanted.
MINOS. John D. Davis, Esq.,
Basmiey 4- Smith,
Hampton, Sniiih, 4. Co..
•• F. Lorenz Q Co.,
•• J. W. Barbsldgit 4- Co..
ISM ee 11. Co.
•• Capt. James leGargill. ). Pittsburgh.
•• C. Ihnuien„ Esq.
•. Joon M 'Fadden Esq.
• Logan 4. Kennedy.
•• J. K. iloortiesd 4. Co.
.• Jas. P. Stuart, E.
•• Robert Galway, Esq:
Capt. Jos. May.
•• 11cVa7 . Baau+ Co•
S. G. Rearry. LOlOlll/11110
Ealitl6.Bl oo 7 •1 Ca Pella.
121, Corner of IVoodond Front
H. Streets, Pittabi.rgh, has oil band a complete as
aortinentof Queensware suited re the city or country
bade. Also, a choice selection of pure while and gold
hand DINING AND TEA WAKE, ip large or small sets,
or separate pieces to suit purchasers.
A cask of 46, 60, or 84 piece sets, superbly painted
and gilt English Chins Teaware, at very low prices.
Toy Tea Ware, plain, and rich painted and gilt, front
' 1.00 to $5,00 per set
Children's Mugs of every description .
While China Shaving Muss.
Granite Dining at d Te,i. Services, in white and with
splendid American scenery printed in blue and black.
A large variety of Siesniboat Dining and Breakfast Sets,
imported to match. complete,
Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the
Flint and Green Glass. In all their varieties.
Window Glass, of every size.
Palms Buckets, Tubs and Keelcrs.
Slone Pipe [leads, 4-c. 4.c. ~tc.
All of which are respectfully offered to the puh.
tic on the most favorable terms. Jan 26, 1842-1 y
-100 Baus Coffee. For sale by
oci 4. ; • k A. CORDON.
13EASE'S lIOARHOUND CAND Y.—Tel - rue has
.1. received this day from New York. a fresh supply o.
the above celebrated cure fur Coughs. Colds and Con
sumption; and is ready to supply custognersat wholesale
or retail, at his -Medical Agency, 36 Fourth at.
DAVI!) Ag't, rtahtonable Boot Maker,—
flog removed to No, 34 Market street. between
SecoAid and Third streets, where lie wou'd be happy
to are his old customers. and all others who feel dispos.
ed to patronize him. Ile uses nothing but first rate
stock. and employs il.e•best of workmen; anti as he given
his constant pefsonal attention to business, he I ruststiml
lie will deserve aid receive a fair share of patronage.
rlt LIFI6, ICE CI: EA 44.4- CONFEUTIONA
A flanker respectfully' informs his friends and the
public that they can always find Ihe t,e L, quality of Ice
Creams. together with al: kinds of coplectionary and
fruits. in their season. at his pstal , tirhntent—No. 11,
Fifth street, het vceen Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with.
cakes. or anything in his line. Also families furnird.ed
wnn Bread. geo.Jo
1 - 44 V A NWS CAMOMILE PILL L S. -A kilr4
HAM J. CLEM Elt , residlng at 66 Molt street,
New York, was afflicted with Tlyspep-ta in Its ITIOSI
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head
ache. great debility. fever, costiveness, cough, heart.
hurt', pain in the chest and stomach always after eating,
impaired Hilpt tile, seesation of sinking 31 the stomach,
furred tongue, nausea, wit It freqnetit vomitings, dizziness
?Os, mi. night and restlencss. These had continued up.
ward of a twetventontb, when. on consult lug Dr-Wm.
Evans. 100 Chatham street, and submitting to his ever
so d a L t rc ealde mode of t real ntent , the ;patient
was completely restored to health in the short space of
one month, and grateful for the incalculable benefil deriv.
ed, gladly cams forward and volunteered the above slate
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
sett 1 . 0 No :20, Wand aired'. below Seennd.
J G. q• A.GORDOS.
No. 1 2 Water cti cet
PITTSBURGH, JANUARY 21, 1843.
SR R'S PATENT LAAIPS, F'OR BURNIA - 11
LARD,—Those who would wish greatly to reduce
their expense for light, shout d certainly purchase one of
the alcove named Lamps, as by their use there is a clear
saving of at least two.l birds of the exuense over 011,and
Ihe light obtained front this Is pure and brilliant, and
wholly free front smoke or disagreeable smell. We would
here state that Cdrr's Patent it the only ()tie worthy the
attention (tithe public, as it it the only one that is appli
cable to every variety or pattern of Lamps, and the only
one that will horn Lard WZI.I„ at any temperature of cold
o r heat. We have, in the short space of three mouths,
,tirl several thousandet and with scarce an exception,
those it-tug l l(cm have expre-sed themselves highly Ow,
ed Willi I krill. and fully convii red 01 the great econoniv
try their me, as well as their (quiet lot 'iv over either oil
I o r candlea, in regrod to clea and
The above 1111111 u d lamps Call Ire trod only at
BROWN d RAy3toNTYR,
Third sircel.nrarly upinieile the l`qitt 01Tire.
‘‘'here I. kept out hand Biitatinla Metal, Tin
and Gin... La nips. of yai 1011 g pal tern..
Glass latup> sold at wtuulaciun•n' prig es.
)Cv to, kr pli•agoire in offer in: to I. pu Llic the rol'ow•
1112 certificate, which is gulogcrilwd to by Ina re,peei a
rPc, the undergi,ned, have I ried and are now ',sli t!!
Carr'. Patent I,afilov, for lon tying Laid or 0' ht., animal
hit, find we have 00 he-oath,. In saying 'lint they :zive an
e•crrl , eat 11011—v111RO to any of the ordinary nrnrt, a of
licht int! it honer, at about otic•litirol I lie COol, and wholly
fire lion f.nihe or othei dica2recelile IVe take a
cOensure in urnmmendine I bevy lamps in the ouhlic,lia ny
their tow l here is n _rear =ovine over oil her =prim
or lard oil, or even ronillca; and we relieve thew to
he wore cleanly and lean trrublraonte than either.
To be had aI Mown h R lioND'e only, Third id reel,
n ear , y oppo,iie the lost OtPre.
Fey. W. W. Bakewell, James Donn,
" A. M. Bryan, Charles Paulson,
" John M 'Cron, C. Yeager.
N. G. Collins. We,. C;ralia ji
" Robert Dunlap, E. Troyillo,
Dr H. D. Sellers, Wm. Donelas4,
" E. D. Gazzam, Henry Atwood,
'• Wm. M. Wright, Isaac Cruse,
Robert H. Kerr, Esq., George W. Henry
A. Beckham, Robert McPherson,
Thonias Ouston • John S. Shaffer,
George Miltenberger. Wm. Eichhaum,
0. P. Shiras, J. B Turner,
A. Miller, Wm. Martin,
R. 111. Riddle, Post Master Henry Barniisser,
ILdiert Gray, James S. Clark, the Amer
Allen Kramer, lean Hotel,
A. F. Marthens, John M,Alamphyll
M. Stackhouse. L. Alber/er,
Robert Johnston, James Mellin,
N. B. Just received, an improved Patent Lamp, for
kitchen use. ItnV 19—dlw
1110 TIIE, PUBLIC, and particularly to ray forme ,
patrons of this city:—llaving retired (roan the
Fir:wire of Medicine. I may be. permitted to say, that it
has fallen to ihe lut of I of few persons to have enjoyrtt
so Ihersl or lane a share of ohm retrical practice a , any
own has been for the lam 30 or 40 yearn.
The experience of that long period of active life, and the
fact of my having been twice, sinre 1830, associated with
Dr. R. A. Wilson, In the practice of medicine, (in both a
period of five years.) enables rue to judge fully of the
merit! of his pills.
So convenient, so efficient. and yet so safe. (11,1 I es t eem
these pill•, that for the last five years In my pram ire for
the cure of chronic diseases,of whatever name, and those
M females In particular, I have used more of them than
all other medicines.
Like every other medicine. this must fail in some in
stances, hut to my hands there has been less disappoint.
mem. and more satisfaction in the administration of this
one remedy than of ail others; its good effects sometimes
quite astonishing me.
my patient required a safe aperient medicine either
.fore or alter parturition, the Wilson's rn.ls were just
the thing I wanted.
1( a dyspeptic acid condition of the stomach. combined
with costiveness or inactivity of the liver.const tutted the
disease if my patient. the pills were just the thing I
If I treated a case requiring an emnirnagogue, the
Wilson'a pills were Just the thing I wanted.
If palpitation, headache, flushed countenance, or other
difficulties, indicating a disturbance of the circulatory
and secretory systems, annoyed my patient at the 'tarn
of life,' the Wilson's pills were just the thing I wanted.
Thus, without respyet to the name, a disease might
happen to wear at the time I have had it under treat
ment, particular indications or symptons arising., were
almvsys most promptly and most happily met by the
That so great a number of diseases, and sometimes ap.
parent ly opposite ones, in which I have used these pills,
should be cut ed more readily by them than by any other
named.), may at first seem strange and contradictory, but
why it is so is as clear to my mind as that a great many
persons should become thirsty from MI many different
causes, and yet all regains that common and greatest of
alt blessings, water to quench their thirst.
in conclusion, his des the reputation of the medicine
■nd the public, to say decidedly and unconditionally, that
the Wilson's pittance the only combination i have ever
met whh in my longcourse of practlec.that really pos•
eervesauything curative or specilk for sick beadache‘
Yours 4.c., D. MILO ADAMS.
The above Pills designed particularly Ibr the slek
Heed-Athe. Dyspepsia, ContiPadall of 'be Petrolo Ate. ,
prepared by the proprietor Dr. S. A. Wilson, an d
tals,wbolasabs and retall.at hts.dwelliagin Penn stmt.
below ',artery. Oct 1
DR. GOODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pills are strongty recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe arid efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex
ercise, or general debility of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
affections. These Pills have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians in the Uni.
tel States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale arid
acts'', by R. E SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
WM. ADAM, Boot avid Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
opposite the heed of Smithfield at., Pittsburgh--
Tt.e subscriber Navin[ 'Knight out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, ileceattell, has commenecd business
in the old stand of Mr. R., and iriprepaned to execute
all descriptions of work in his line, in the hest manner
and on the shortest notice. Re keeps cot stantly on hand
.a 'arse assortment ofshoe lindittas of all descriptions and
of the hest plant v. lie sc.:l:tits the patronage of the nub•
licand ratite craft. WM. ADAIR.
PITTSBITRGH PI A NUFACTORY.—Springs
and Arles for Carriages at Easters Prices.
The subt.Trihers ninnurarture and keeps constantly on
band Coach,C and Eliptic Borings (warranted.) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated Huh Rands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
silver and Brass Lamps, Three fold Fteps, Malleable
Iron, Door Dandles and Hinges. hr . kr.
St. Clair il.. 'tear rl e i , le2heay Bridge.
D.SELLERS. M. D., office and dwelling In Fourth,
. near Ferry street. sep 13—ly
LOOK AT THIS.
i f e attention ‘ftho e who have been somewhat scen•
tie in reference to the numerous certificates published
in favor of Dr. Svravne's Compound Syrup nt"Wild Cher
ry,nn account of the persons beim! unknown in this see
lion of the State, in respectfully directed to the followin2
red tficate, ihe writer of which hes been a citizen of this
kornurti for several years. and is known a+ a gentleman
•af Integrity and responsibility.
To the .9gent,Mr . J. Kinsir.
I have used Dr. Swavne's Comp and syrup of Wild
Cherry for a cough, with which I have been severely of
for ahout four months, and I have no hesitation
in saying that it lathe most effective medicine that I have
beeotialile to procure. It compose. all 'messiness. and
well with my dirt,—and maurnlop a regular and
goat] appetite. I ran freely recommend it to all others
similarly afflicted. J. Miro:Lex. Borough of Cliamberrier.
March 9. l'l4ll. pep 23
rorsatehy WI lAA A M THORN No. 53 Market street.
FRUIT, SHADE. AND ORNAMENTAL
PRSONg rte.irmis of nroeurine F.uil. Shade. and
OrAnmerolni Trees, or Shrubbery. from Fhiladel
phis at New York, are requested to make application as
soon as possible, at the Deus and Seed Store of the sub
scriber, where en n be had catalogue., erntultously. of the
most excellent varieties. F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 21 No IR4 Liberty al reel. head of Wont;
MARBLE M ANUFACTt - PR V.—Pal riek Cawfieid re
'Teel fully arqualuto his friends and the public cen
erally, that he has rom menced the Marble husiness at the
cornerof Fifth and Liberty yts., where will be constantly
on hand. tooth atones, mantel pleireo, monuments.. head
and foot stones, table slabs for cabinet ware, and every
art icle.al.peri a Inlnc to the linsiness. He will warrant his
work to he well done, and hio charges will be moderate.
He respect fully asks a share of °oldie, patronne. sep
HANNA TURNS (ILL. PROPRIrfORII nee ("LIN.
EON P•rEft MILL. Steubenville, Ohio. haying 'PTO
ved their store from this coy, have appointed Holdohip
4.• Browne, Nn. 49 Market at., between 3rd and 4 1 h. •-
rentl.l roe Ibe Yale of the different Linda of Paper marinfhr—
lured ny them, where their friends amid cuolotnero will al
ways find n regular Pimply of paper, such as Cap and
P at Writing, plain and faint lined; Wrappine and Ten
Paper; Ounurt Bon rdm. and Prissier Raper ordWarent 2i.
tea and qualii le. ,nil of which will is' sold on the moat
arrnmifinda till! terms.
Ilot.n=nre Renwstr, ninnitractitrerir and ittittorters of
It'nll Pnnra and Rordrre, keeps cnnstanily on hand eve.
ry variety of Entry, Portorllllll Citamher ' , ahem or the
Intent etylee and moot Itnndstome palternc, which they
will yell iow and on accomniodaling Orion,t wholc.nle
Portable Platform Scales on wheels, To weigh 2,500 ilis,at
du do do do 2,005 at !45 00
do do do do 1,500 at 3,5 00
do du do do 1,000 nt :30 00
do do do 500 at 25 00
With raising levers an addition of $3 to each scale.
Dormant scales for the u-e of Warehomes, Flouring
Mills, kr.,the sonic prices as above.
Also, White's Patent Counter Scale, will) 0. Young's
improvements. and a variety of other counter scales,
which they will sell for from 8 to 315,
They also manufacture Steam Engines for Flouring
Mills. Saw Mills. tah Works, 4-c&-sunt)he and sing e
;eat ed elide lailwx,foot and °titer tatllEs cur wood turning
itterhineli for tenoning" chain:, plotting ninclintes, door
and sash machines. Hall's patrol, home power, with or
without I hrashing machines,a silprrior aniitie: circulat
saw shafts, machines or sawing lath, Tioner's n o t
chilies and toots of all descritiVicens,a Igo for making black
log boxes, a superior article; governors for Steam engine•
stocks, laps and dies, coffee mills, bedstead or joint bola
nod mathinevy for making the same, cotton factory nia
chinery made or repaired; printing press platens turned
and printing presses repaired.
JA al MAY, Agent.
sep 22—tf NrOVNG BR ADBURY
JOHN B. GUTHRIE, Auctioneer and Commie
Won Merchant,No.lo6,center of Wood s r Fifth its.
Pittsburgh: !laving beenappolnted one of the Auction
eers fot the City of Pltabursh. tenders his services to job
bers, manufacturers and dealers, who may be disposed
,to make trial dr this maticet• He is prepared to make
advances on consignments of all rateable commodities,
and trusts to sarkly correspondents by quick sates, and
speedy and favorable retunia.
That the various interems which may he confided to
him, shall he adequately protected, he Minis to the aid
of his own expevienceie Intidness and :trona' mance with
inerchandtze senerallv, the services of Mr.
Fsnars - roca: heretofore ndrantageortsly known, as an
importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent enpzettient is made.
filee.rs. M. Tiernan, I" reel • 0134 - 4 - NI •
1 . • Darlington 4- Peebles,
James M. Cooper,
R. M. Riddle. Piliaborgh
r• Wm Robinson. Jr. Pres%
of Exchange Bank.
•• John D. Hayti, 1
J. It. blootheall.
Jas. W. Brown at co.
John H. Brown. f Co:
Smith 4- H %obey,
Yardly *livers, PhiladeCa
John B. 11114Mht, 1
Jahn beide'', I sep 10
VIAMILY FLOCK-3am received a fn► barrels of
Soperier Plow, made i2preeily for family ave.:For
sale by ISAAC CR13130.148 Lib, St.
to Store 50 barrels sop. Soar.
For publishing a Rey Daily Pape• i. the City of Pitts
burgh, to be entitled tke
DAILY MORNING POST.
/111JESulweribers having made arrangements to merge
.1 the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Menu
ry into ono Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Morals, Post.
The leading object of the ~ rost" will he the darsemina
lion and defence of the political principles that have here
tor. ..re been maintained by the Editors, in their rettrwctive
papers. and I heir best efforts will still be devoted to the
advancement and success of thmte doctrines.
Although, hi politics, the paper will be thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope. by giving en honest,
candid history or pa , sing Polities! events, Foreign
and Domestic Intelligence, and brief notices of all mat
ters •nd occurrences that mare properly within the sphere
of n Public Journal, to make their papel sufficiently in•
erecting to entitle it to the patronage of the public, ir
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the political and general news that will
be found in the Poat," the Editors will take
pains to furnish the business, community with
the latest arid must Interesting CowraactaL IsTlLLl
oiricZ from all parts of the country, and to have prepa•
red such accounts of the Markets and the State of Trade
as will be advantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men In their several
Terse.—The Post will be published en a large tmperi•
al sheet of fine paper, (manufactured especially for this
Jourrrtl) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per annum, payable in advance. It will also be sold by
news.boys at the low rate of Tvro CENTS a copy,
Advertisement* will be inserted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
PINTY active lade are wanted to Pell the Post,
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
W. H. SMITH.
August 31, 1842
1.00 HODS. KY. LEAF TOBACCO. in sierra and
for sale by J.C. 4- A CORDON.
etp 13 No 12. Wafer street.
BY Morrison k Co. London, for sale only by S. N.
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
Is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. rep 10
FARM FOR SA LC.—The undersigned offers for sale a
tract of land situated 4 miles frt.... lreeport, In the
direction of Kittanning, Buffalo 'township. Armstronx
county. containing 100 acres, 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10 of whicn are in meadow— a good square log
dwelling house and cabin barn erected thereon—an apple
orchard of 80 bearing trees—and a spring of excellent
water convenient to the house.
FOR TER MS noply to the Anhscrihers residing at the
Saltworks on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Free
rip° THE WlSE.—lris now well understood how
JL much dis.,riters of the mind depend for their cure
noon., due attention to the body. It is cow understood
bow vitluatitc is that medicine which will remove morbid
accumulations without weakening the bo Ilty power. It is
now unsilerstomi that there is a reciprocal influence be.
I wcen the mind and the body. It is now understood that
purging with the Brandreth Pills will remove a melan
choly, and even Insanity is cured by perseveringly (Wile.
them. It Is now understood how much domestic happi
ness depends upon the healthy condition of the digestive
It knew well known that the Brandreth Pitts have
cured thousands 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 ittnndreth Pills no cure, hut it is ntsonn•
derA owl how they cure; flint it is by their purifying eflect
on the Mood (lint they restore the body to health.
The value of the medicine is becoming more and more
manifest, It Is recommended daily from family to family.
The Branarelti PIN, remove In trwiiltucrst imperceptible
manner sill noxious accumulations and purify and tavigo•
rate I lie liMod,and their good effects are not counterbalan
ced by any Inconveniences; being composed entirely of
vegetahles they do not expose those who use them to
deflect; and their etTects are as certain as they are salu
tary; they are dolly and safely adminl-ter, d to Infancy,
youth, manhood, and old aye, and to women iii the most
critical and delicate clrcumstn ores. They do not disturb
or shock the animal functions, but restore their order
and ectablish their health.
Sold at Dr. Brandreth's Otlire, No. 91, Woad street.
Pittthurat. Price 25 rents per box, with full directions.
M A llK—The only place in Pittsburgh where the genet.
Inc Pills ran he obtained, is the Lector's own office, No.
98 Wood street. seplo
asraran re and
id the follow
ITIO THE LADIES —Why du you not remove that
1 superfluous hair you have upon your foreheads
and upper lips? By calling at Taicces. 86 Fourth at.,
and obtaining a bottle of Gournud's Pondres Subtle',
winch will remove it at once without eecting, the skin.
You can also obtain Gournud'e tally celebrated Eau de
Beauty, which will at once remove all freckles, pimples,
ertuptioi.s of doeskin, and make your 'face look pew Petty
fair; and to those who wish to assist nature by adding
more color to their cheeks, they can obtain some oTGou
rand'r veletuated Liquid Rouge, which cannot he rubbcd
oil even by a wet cloth. Also may lie found a toed rm.
!ailment of Perfumery, such as Cologne, Bean' Oil, Al.
mond. Palm, Windsor; and other Si la ps.
Rettlemher. at Tuttle'. Medit.al Agency, 86 4th street.
Dec. 8, 1842
No. 1, Purl
LET Invalids read the following account off a Penni
cured of a complication of afflictions m nineteen
days by the use of Brandreth fills. It distinctly proves
there are herbs in nature which have affinity cure I.e
cause of disease, and Brandreth's Pilts are made 'for them
Read and be convinced. Take the medicine andbe cured
EXTRA° RDINA R PC UR E OF RHEUMATISM
DIA RRHMA, AND AFFECTION OP THE LDN'O
JOHN SHAW. of Pembroke, Washi ;ix ton county, Maine,
being duly sworn, says, that he was taken violently sick
about six months since. The pains in his head, breast,
hart, left side and instep being so had that he was nue
Melo help hinwelf.and wag taken into thmehelsex Hos.
;dial in the city of Boston. That after being in said,
hospital five weeks„Doetur Villas/lid he did ndt know
what was the matter with idm, and that lie could do
nothing for him. nor rould he trresetilie any medicine .
That lie, therefore, was conveyed from therbelsea Hos.
phalli) the Sailor's retreat un Staten island. That he
was there physicked with all sorts of medicine fora peri
od offutir months, suffering all the time (lie west heart.
rending misery.— That, besides his affection of iris I,OllCs
lie was troubled much with a disease of the lungs: some.
times he would spit a quart of phlegm tn the day,begides
this affection kre had a bad friarrlrma, which hat more
or less attended him ft om the commencement of his sick.
tress. That at times he dreaded a stool worse than he
would have dreaded death; that lie can compere the feel
ing to nothing save that of knives passing though his
bowels. After gaffer*: worm Than death at the 'Sat lo
Retreat.on 'Staten Island, the doctor told him that niedl.
rifle was urn° use to him, that he mu.t try to stir about.
At this time lie was suffering the greatest misery. That
his hence wi re so tender he errata net ham fine most press
ureMpon the elbow or 006 the knee, t hat Ms instep was
most painful. that as the Doctor said be would give htin
no more medwrne he determined to procure some of Dr.,
Brandreth's Pills, Winch he did, from 241 Broadway
New York; that he comorenced with five pills. and some.
t Imes increntsed the dose to eight. Tile first week', use
so mach benefited him, that the doctor, not knowing
what be was ovine, stid, otow.Shaw. you look like a
man again; ifyot improve in this way, you will sewn be
well.' That hetwind every dose of itts Brandreth Pills
relieve Mm, frrit they cured him of the pain when at
stool; that they next cured the diarrhoea. sad Boat!, the
ruins in his bones;—Yhat the mediehte seemed so add
strength to hum every day. Hetold the doctor "ester
day the 11th Instant, that he felt himself well. and also.
that he owed his recovery to Bravidreths T hla ander
Providence, that he had taken the inediernelervely day
for 19days; that the doetnr told him trite had known he
had been tniting that medicine, be should not have stayed
another day in the house. Eh' considers it is his dal/ to
mettle this public statement for the benefit ofall similarly
afflicted; that they may know where to find a asedieine
that will core them. JOHN SHAW.
John Shaw beim; by we duty swore this 112th 'Up of
April. 1842. did &pew and env that lb* foregoing state.
anent is tree. D. WREELER.Conmeindoner of Deede.
The BRANDRETH PILLS are sold at Dr. Bras
dreth's priaeipal oBIra.24I.AIIOADWAT. New 11014,
and at hie orteetiat daft. F16:63 Wood etreet.Pitteleweitti.
the OXLTPLACItbi Pittakergh where the genitive
be obtained s • rdtp22--dwtni.-:
",*rt" , 77 Vr;
WM . 4. PHILIP BAKER
BR ANDFIETH PILLS
PRICE TWO CENTS
DAILY MORNING POST•
Helvetius has said, many years age
"That the possession and abuse of power
are as inseperable as cause and effect."
Every day's experience affords ample eve
idence of the truth of the assertion. This
desire,or longing after power,aad its Owls
when acquired, is an inherent principle Of
human nature; indeed I might add of all
created beings. All we can do is to tem ,
strain it within proper bounds. For this
purpose governments are institute* each
member of society surrendering a portio'
of his power that all may ,be benefited.
I was led into this train of thinking after
reading the account of the alleged mutiny
on board of the Somers. The facts are
now is the possession of the public, au,) - 1
think they will suataiu we in saying that
Captain Makenzie's conduct un the occs.
sion was a monstrous and unheard of:*
sum ption and abuse of power. It Will stand
in bold relief (a solitary instance, in our
navy at least) as a most daring and high
handed measure—if note most atrocious
murder. To sustain ibis assertion let- to
examine the law ou the subject, and the
facts as disclosed by the witnesses exam.
l inedbefore the court of Inquiry.
The law on the subject of mutiny will be
found in Gurdou's Dig. U. S. laws pagot
687&688 and is as follows "Article
If any person in the navy, shall mike or
attempt to make, any mutinous assembly',
he shall on conviction Mercy' by a aria
Martial, suffer death; and if any person,
as aforesaid shall utter any seditious Or
mutinous words, or conceal or connive it
any mutinous or seditious practices, or shill
treat with contempt his superior boincits
the execution of his office; of befog mutes*
to any mutiny or - sedition shall Dot do hiS
utmost t 3 suppress, he shalt be perished
the discretion of a court martial."
The law on the su:lect of court martial,
is in these words—same work. page Mit.
.A rt icle 35—General Court blareialenay be
convened as often as the President the,
United States, the Secretary of the Navy,.
or Commander.itt-Chief of the fleet, or
Commander of a Squadron while acting
out of the United States, may find it et—
cessary—provickd, that no general coUtt
martial shall consist ofmore than thi g teea
nor less than eve members, &c.
Article 41.—A1l sentences ()foetal* mar
tial which shall extend to the loss tyWor,
rhall require the concurrence of two War
of the members present; and so stscA
fence shall the curried int* executitnlyistil
confirmed by the President the Unite
States, or J the trial take place out K: r it
United States, until cossinssed by the
mender of theflag or. spladoss.n.
These provisions, it will be seen, Mare
most effectually die rights of the acceeeit,
(lave they been observed in the ease un
der consideration? it. is not pretended
that they have. The execution therefore
of Spencer, Small and Cromwell was not'
autholiced by law bat is in direct opposi-•
Ition to it. How then is it justified! Br
liEcEssrrr. This is a plea easily wade,
and in many cases hat d to disprove; but
in this case there i s nothing more ea*
sy. adroit that the execution iatigia
excused, if, from the mutinous state of die
crew, there was a mention-faints, that INA
these men not been executed, the very
would have been taken wit of the bands of
the legitimate officer& But of this receipt
the Captain must not be the judge. If*
may say, I assume it lo be neoeasaty.'
therefore 4 order it to he done, sic ashr. s *,
sic jubeo. if this is permitted, laws are
no better than a rope of sand. The
cessity must ire snide out by facts. NOW
du the facts itt this case prove each ne
Spencer was arrested on the 25th Nov.
Small and Cromwell on the day following;
and all pat in domble irons, and so reanatie
ed until the tat of December, when they;
were executed, the vessel was then en kit
way with a fair wind for St. Thum's,
where •it arrived about the ith. Weather..
any outbreak by the crew daring **tins
the pi isotters were in irons/ IQs. Wel
there any attempt to release these! Ne.
Was there even a disobedience 'of ordetst
Nu. No nothing of the kind. It is true,',
it is said, some of the crew looked itnify::
It it be so, I think they had reason. Na
man could tell whose tura might. tone"
If then nothing to a'artn the fears of the
most timid occurred during them five days-,
surely the inference is a tar owe thatthielpa.
would have contiuued in the same quiet ,
way until they reached St. Thomas. which
lequired only about four days more. At.,
toe expiration of which time the skip did :
arrive at St. Thomas.
It is not preten4ed that more than teeme.:.
ty of the crew were suspected of beim! !
engaged in the mutiny—and by the pew-.
found in Spencer's locker and des,erthed
bey Midshipman Rogers, but tour person
are earned as certain, aad cite of the re,,Aa
dre,,,,,, b y name, Rogers says was not OW
board of the S ,mere—niee ate marked as
doubtful and 14 to be retained on board,
whether they agree to the mutiny or not.
Here then we have bat three - upon whom
he (Spencer) could pace emienderien.
Could he have taken the brig with them*
The ideais preposterous and abeurd. But:
if the nine doubtful should also juin. coat
he with their eminence capture the see:
sell The id,' it 'scarcely less absent._
But suppo s e all witoire dimes that amen the t ,
paper bed j..ii•ed him (oninbering
eight), ccniki he have - taken the vas sa ls
"Pie ire * edniisted ofu pviards of 01164 t.
dred. Thew Would Opts be wrinot
to oppose sevantrevni. Wietinsfieseil "
rua Tag PC,Or