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'THOS. PHILLIPS & w. H. SMITH,
V. CORNER OF WOOD 4. FIFTH STS.
DOLLARS a yesi, payshis in
advisee. Bingte copies TWO CENTS—for pate at the
McKee of the ogles, and by News Boys.
Tale litlfercury.and Manufacturer
palici‘d WEEKLY, at the same odic!, on a doable
Medium sheet, at TWO DOLLARS st `year, in ad.
wdfed:• , Sitt;le copies, SIX CENTS .
` 7' -- - Terms of A
tlitAlatrAsz OF TW
alit lasertlon, 0,50
rl l lllol4Pittions, 0.73
'Mee Inseitlona. 1,00
Owe Week, 1.50
?brae weeks, 4.00
'OR 4111111[1.111LIC IT MU/:MI
IMINIMMI4 — - - 100,00 I Six months, $23,00
IPsse - year, 25,00 I One year, 35,00
rriLaraer attvertlsements In prorortion.
eAlatil of four lines Elm DOLLARS a year.
!Mr( Tear finds. Third between Market and Wood
,Ontast Roast, Water. 4th door from Wood st. Peter
neti'a histldln:a—Major John Witlock, Collector.
etre ,Tattasaar, Wood between First and Second
allierOis—Jantes A. Bartram, Treasurer.
illonarre Tacasvar, Third street, next door to the
re int Ftembyterian Church—S. R. Johnston., Treasurer.
!Ivrea', Orrice, Fourth, between Market and Wood
*meats—Atexander Hay, Mayor.
illiiitionaitT'a Exciting:. Fourth, near Market It:
ttiteattacie, between Market and Wood streets, on
lytaftel Fourth streets.
thiltritAllire MI MVO r ACTrR SRI' . RD FAR X6Rll' Dr-
Pout Ilawx, (formerly Saving Ftind,) Fourth, between
1/Feett and Market stieets.
atoineme, Fifth street, near Wood.
ISteeeemearet• /louse, Water street, near the Bridge.
PACIMAIROE Horn., corner of Penn and St. Clair;
Mhetiestasrs' Horan, corner of Third and Wood:::
A eitic&N IloveL,corner of Third and Smithfield.
Startm, corner of Penn street and Canal.
Sr Eatn.c, Liberty street. near Seventh.
fklut.taas illasmox Hoosz, Utterly St. opposite Wayne
Ritoterevaarr Mauston House. Penn St. opposite Canal
AOtt :AT IV OOPS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT L °Mre remo
affil terttakewell's Mikes on Grant at., neatly opposite
de - Dew Court Douse, next rooms to John D. Mahon,
Eiq,,—Flrat floor. PPP 10 •
;11HOS. H. ELLIOTT, 111. D.—office removed to
..-1L St. Ciair street, between Penn and Liberty Ste,
s II 10
WE* GOODS.—Creston ¢ Mackey, wholesale and
1111, -Wail dealers In English, Frehch, ard Domestic
new Coeds. No St, Market at , rittshnrch. sep 10
NiIIeANDLESS & LURE, Attorneys and
.1441. Counsellors at Law: Office in the Diamond, !nick
at Via old Court Muse, Pitishurgh Ben 10
RENOVAL.— R. Morrow, Alderman; otfi e north
elde of Fifth st.. between Wood and Smithfield
Pittahurzh, Pert 10
N .119DEVITT, Wholesale Grocer Rectif%ing
- :'1101er, And Dealer in Produce and Pitinlitirgh
Article'', No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts•
"4411* vep 10
ifliPittA r -i;st ft. Wtt.i.tvits lona 4. Dtsvrotti
1111MLIAMS do DILWORTH.---,Wboiesair
WAr.:lgrovers Produce and Commission Sterclutils, and
iiientke is Pittsburgh Manuraclured ;Arliclei, No. 29.
Wood street. ger , 10
%Alin 0 9 .11. 1 1 R A. ROBIN SON, Ailorhey at Law
?IF Office on the 'tort h side uft he Ulamond,betwee•
sitatafet and Union streets, up stairs sep 10
A ' DURBORA,W, Aitorney nt Low: tenders
"e bit profeseionot services to tlit public. Office cur.
aoil2 of nein and Plarket.Streeta, above D. Lloyd ¢ CO',
idiom Pit uthu , Pa. !Pp 10
J 041111413 mg ai rr ... JAS. N. KIL•11
sitiouru.& KEA.N, Manufacturers of Copper
..?... and Sheet Iron Ware, No.Bo, Front et., Fit ts
brilik4,e-Hottoe Spouting and Steamboat work promptly
Vtiell4ll a YOUN . FRANCIS 1.. YoUNO.
I PROPS. B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
Rooms, t.;orncr of Hand st. 4- Exchange Alley.
111"..sgsons wishing to purchase Furniture, will find it to
sisals advantage to give us a call. being ['idly satisfied that
we MP please as to quality and price. sep 10
Vr.r.MTION rere!ved 160 choice tut
ton Illams, weil cured and for sale cheap by the do
sois or fetal!. by t ISAAC HARRIS,
. PI!P No.o, Filth st
trim A. BAGA.-A supp'y of Landreth's Fresh Itu•
to Saga, and . other different varieties of Turnip
ii4til3,.jest received and for sale at REDUCED 'micas at the
er,ol attd Seed Store of F. L. SNOWDEN,
*SP 10 No. 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
*WEBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe Manufacto-
ry,, fib. S 3 Fault, St., neat door to the U. States
Bank , Ladies Ila, Kid and Satin Shoes made .n
he hamitestmanner, and by the newest . Prench patterns.
610R118 bIULTICAULU.S. in lots tosuit
Sif)ol,./ purchasers; to be disposed of by
F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
DAHLIA ROOTS, FloWers and Flower Seeds of el ,
ery dexrlplion. can always be had at the Ding
and Seed ,store of F. L. SNOW DEN.
rep 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
LBB.lllinols Annual Mammoth Onion seed, for
eNU sale at the Drug and deed store of
F. L. SNOWDEN.
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
414 M) T.2l,.:,Enr:c6elYvedBbWy EET POTATOES,
F. L. SNOW DEN,
No. 184, Liberty head or Wood at
GANDSN TOOLS, ennsisting-of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Trassalathin: Trowels, Edding Tools, Bedding
Elehtes, Pruning Knives, Pronto! Shears, etc., Just re
serrisil toill for sale by F. L. SNOWDEN.
asp 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
LVOLGIL Venison Hams.--Just received a small sup.
Oyu( very choice cured Venison Hams. on retail
is gaiiali Mirror current money.
ISAAC H R A:ent,
and Cont. Merchant
WRITS Dutch Clover Seed, Orchard Grass and
Kentucky Blue Grass, always on hand and for
F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 154 Liberty street, head of Wood.
Rt MIL:HAMAN, Aiterncy. et Len, office
romoeed from the Diamond, to -.Attorney'sßow,"
'hall/ *Weer Fourth street, between Market and Wood
atlases step 10
IqUIXTRATES'OLANKS, for proceedinea lit At.
eatellwarit ander the late taw,for sale at this Othee.
PelflALl3.--Lrots,qn the North Raat corner of Coal
Lase and nigh street. Apply to
set is BENJ. DARLINGTON, Market, am,' 4th et.
1000. LBS. Landreth's French Sugar Beet deed.jnet
received and for sate *title Drug and Seed
P. L. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
lIIMOOLIIIIION OF PARTNERSHIP.—The
einpattnersbip heretofore existing between WIL•
IMAM BIG BY and BENJAMIN HOPSWRIAVIstbisday
by matnal consent. William Dip, is withotioad
• ins tibmispiatar• of Omani Is Mann ap tie badness
eep IS' 'RPM T.lllol4lWitle,
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VE LINES OR LESS:
'One month, $5.00
Two moms, 6.00
Three months, 7.00
Four months, R.OO
Six months, 10,00
One year, 15,00
jOHNSTON 4- STOCKTON, Booksellers, Printers and
Paper Manufacturers., No. 37. Market Ft. Oepl4My
JOHN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Water at..
near ibe Mononignivela House, Plitetarnh. nen 10-19
y HONARD S. JOHNS, Alderman, St street, se
eond door from Liberty. sep lO—ly
DR. S. R. ROUSES, °Skein Second street, next door
to Multrany 4. Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10—ly
SIIIINK 4- FINDLAY, Attorneys at Law, Fourth at.,
near the Mayor's Office, Pittsburgh. imp IG-ly
THOS. HA M I LTON, Attorney at Law, Fifth, between
Wood and Smithfield sta., Pittsburgh. scp 10—ly
HUGH TONER, Alto, nev at Law, North East corner
of Smithfield and Fourih strecip. rep 10-1 y
HANNA 4. TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse. No.
104, Wood xi., where may he had a general supply
of writing. wrapping. printing. wall paper, blank books,
school hooks, fre, 4-e. imp 10-ly
C. TOWNSEND ¢ CO., Wire !Yorkers &Rd
ifannfatrarers, N 0.23 Market street, between 2d
and 3d streets. • sep 10--19
LIXCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of Penn and St. Clair
KJ streets, by MeKIBBIN ar SMITH.
BROWNSVILLE JUNI ATA IRON WORKS--Ed
ward Flushes. Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.2.5. Wood st., Pittsburgh. sep 10 —I y
1, 1 G META L.-77 tons soft Pi: winl fnr na le by
J. G. dr A. GORD3N
scp 13 No. 12 Water street.
3 BS. BACON HAMS. 16,000 lbs. Bacon
,000 L Shoulders, for sn'e by
J. G. it A. GORDON,
sep 13 No. 12 Water street
TA?. P ATTERSON, Jr., Rirminphnm, near Pittsburgh,
-Pa., Manors,rarer of Locks. 111n2es and Bolts; To.
trace°, Fuller, Mill and Timber Screws; Houten Screws for
Rolling Mlllsotc. rep 10—Iv
JOAN 31 9 CLOSKEY. Tailor aml Clothier, Liher.y
street, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South aide.
JW. BURBUIDG 4- CO., Wholc•ale Grocers and
E Commission Merchants— Second street, between
Wood and Stnithfield tits., Pittsburgh. sep 10- 1 y
JG. 4. 4. GORDON. Commission and Forwarding
f , Merchants, Water at.. Pitishorgh. mien
A MS.-4 casks hams, a good artirle, rerrivrd nor S.
ll B Corsolr, and for Rnlc by J. G. 4. A. (Mit noN,
sep 10 No. 12, Warr mime!.
SUGAR k MOIASSES —4O Itnds New Orleans Su
gnr; SO bbli New Orleans MnlanneA;Tor sale by
sep f 0 J. G. 4 A. GORDON:
S UGAR. -71111 d; prime N. 0. .9,p.tar, received rrr 3.
R Maine. and for sale by J. G. kA. CORDON.
Pep 10 No. 12, Water streei
50 BACON CASKS,In order, on hand and for 'ale by
sop 10 J. G. 4- A. GOR DON. No. 12, Waler et
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-I.3lthds and 4 bbls N. 0,
Etapmc, 32 bids N. 0. Molasses, received per Steamboat
Importer, and for ante by J. G. 4• A. CORDON,
sep 10 No. 12. Wnif.r at reel
5 BBLS. LARD OIL, for sale hy
B. A. PA lINF.STOCK A. CO.,
sep 10 corner of 60 and Wood
1.631 P APERS Germantown Lamp Mark for sale
by B. A. [ AtINERTOCK k CO.,
OeP 10 corner of 6111 and Wood aim.
LBS Prepared Chalk. far 'roe by
, CW 1.1 B. A. FAHNESI'OCK CC r,
Pep 10 corner or 6111 and Wood eta
SAR AND MOL.ASSF.I.9.-61) blots. N. 0. Sttenr,
25 bbltt. do. do., 100 do. Plaotal tout Molasses, for
sale by J. G. 4- A.GORDON,
sep 13 No, 12 tVater street.
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, &C.-
10 he used in Bankruptcy procerdine,s, piloted on
good paper,and in the forms approved by I he Cdu rt "or sale
at the Office of the',Merrury and rlernocrat. sep 10
Win. HUBBARD, Ladies' rash ionahlc hoot and
shoe Manufacturer. No. 101, Third s' reel, het wren
Wood and Smithfield streets, rittshnrch sep 10
UCKMASTER, AT'RNEY AT LAW,
has removed his othee to the corner of Fourth
street and Cherry Alley, between Smithfield and Grant
streets. ritishurg It. sep 10
FOR R ENT. —Thedwelling and lot containing 4
acres, In Allegheny, near the Beaver Road, lately
occupiedlty Mr. Samuel Church. Apply at the Merchants
and Manufacturers' Bank, to W. H. DENNY.
fen 10 Cashier.
*a',r i AVID SANDS, ATCII S. CLOCK
Afr,. MAKER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts
DEALER IN WATCH ES,CLOCKS,BREASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, COMBS, 1?c.
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.- A rtoi
supply of handle' h's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at his agency, t he Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
rep 10 184 Liberty street, bead of Wood.
DR. DAVID WARD hat hip office and residence
on Fourth Street, nearly south of the Court House,
second duelling from Ropastreel. He will faithfully attend
all calls pertaining to his profession. Night calls should be
made at the door above the basement. sep 10
REMOVAL—Mau hew Jones, Barber and Hair Dress
er, haP removed to Fourth street, opposhethe May
°mortice, where he will he happy to:wait upon permanen
or transient customers. He solidlia share of public, pat
tisane. pep 10
IXM. A. %V A RD, DENTIST, Penn st. three
door below Irwin street, Hours of husinese, from
9A. at., until sr. after which lime he will ottend
to no one except in cases of actual necessity. He
would further inform those who may think proper to
employ him,that he expects Immediate payment, without
the necessity on his part of sending in bills. sep 10
JOHN ItI 9 PARLAND, Upholsterer and Cabiwet
Jef—ker, Third it. between Wood 4- Market streets,
respectful Infurtmi his friend■ and the public that be is
prepared to execute all orders for Solar, Sideboards, Bu•
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, II al r and Spring
Mattrasses, Curtains, Carpets, all sort 9 of Upholstering
work, which he will warrant equal .o any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. pep 10
COMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS, No
110 Weed Street, PittebsegA.—R. A. [talisman,
Auct loneer and Commission 51erchant, is now prepared
td receive and sell all kinds of Goods and klerchandize,
at his large and eapaeions looms, No. 110, North East
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets, Fittshur2h.
Regular sales of Dry Goods, Furniture, Groceries and
other articles, on Mondays and Thursday of each week.
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goons, and Fancy articles, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.
Books, ¢c., every Saturday evening.
Liberal advances made on Consignments when wanted.
Messrs. John D. Davis, Esq.,
Sagaley 4- Smith,
Hampton, Smith, 4- co.,
P. Lorenz 4. Co., 1
•• J. W. Burbrkige 4. co.,
S. IN'Kee 4- Co.
• 4 Capt. imam Pittsburgh
vi C. theme, Erg.
sr Jonn 111.'Fadden Esq.
•• Logan 4. Kennedy.
•• J. K. Moorhead 4- Co.
Sac P. :Stuart, EN.
•• Robert Galway, EN:
•• Capt. Jas. May,
McVay, Henna, 4. Co.
•• WU lrlm _ Symms. Wheeling
•• 8.G., Henry... Loniotrille
" t3eritb, Regale, Co Phila..
PITTSBURGH, JANUARY 30, 1843.
RIGBY — No. 121, Corner of Wood and Prone
Streets, Pittaburck, has on hand a complete as.
sortmentof Qucensware suited to the city or country
'lade. Also, a choice selection of pure while and gold
band DINING AND TEA WARE, In large or kmall 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, frost
1,00 to $5,00 per set.
Children's Mugs of every description.
White China Shaving Mugs.
Granite Dining at d Tea Services, in white and with
splendid American scenery printed in bine and black.
A large variety of Steamboat Dining and Breakfast Sets,
imported to match. complete,
Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the
Flint and Green Glass, le ail their varieties.
Window Glass, of every sire.
Patent Buckets, Tubs and Keelers.
Stone Pipe Heads.. 4c. d•e, ke.
All of which are reepeetfn Ily offered to the pub.
Ile on the most favorable terms. Jan 26. 1842-19
ott Batsß to Coffee.
t./ ocl 4.
P.FASE'S 110ARHOUND • CAXDY.—Tur - rce has
received tide day from New York. a fresh snpply 0.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs, Colds and Con
eumption; and is ready to supply CIIMORICTS at wholesale
or retail, at his .Helical Agency, 36 Fourth st.
TIAVID CLARK, 110, o'ashionable Boot -Maker,—
llas removed to No, 3 , 1 Market street. between
Second anti Third streets, where he would be happy
to see his old customers. and all others who feel dispos.
eu to patronize hint. Be uses nothing but first rate
stock, and employs the best of workmen; and as he giver
Its constant personal attention tobusittess, he truststisat
lie will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
FRUITS, ICU CIIF.A M. it CONFECTION RY.—
A Hunker respectfully informs his friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of Ice
Creams. together with at: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, In their settiion, at hie estaidiehment—No. 11,
Fifth street, between Wood and Market.
N. B.—Partle:: supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes, or anything in his line. Also families furnished
with Bread. sett 10
EVA NS% CAMOMILE PILL L 8 .—A B A.
HAM J. CLEMER, residing at 66 Molt street,
New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head ,
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, rough, Wiwi..
burn, pain in the chest and stomach alwa3s after eating,
impaired appetite, serration of sinking at the stomach,
furred ongue, nausea, with frequent winnings, dizziness
towards night and rest lcuess. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when, on consulting Dr. Wm.
Evans, 100 Clint ham street, and submitting to his ever
successful and agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
was completely restored to health in the short space of
one mono b , and g,rateful for the Incalculable benefit deriv.
ed, gladly came forward and volnnteered the above state
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No 30, Wood street, below Second.
CARR'S PA7'EXT Lt. MPS, FOR BURNING
1-951,9.—Th05e who would wish greatly to reduce
their expern.e for light, should certainly purchase one of
the above named Lamps, as by their use there is a clear
wising of at least two. , birds of the expense over 011,and
the light obtained from this is pure and brilliant, and
wholly free from F moke or disagreeable. smell. We would
berestate that Care,. Patent is the only one worthy the
attention nithe public, as it is the only one that is appti
cable to every variety or pattern of Lamm.. and the only
one that will burn Lard watt., at any temperature of cold
nr heat. We have. In the short space of three mouths,
cold several. thou-ends: and with scarce an exception,
those ugttir . them have espre-sed themselves highly pleat,
ed with tltem.and folly convit.ced of the great economy
by their n-e, an well as their superiority over either oil
or candles, in regard to cleanliness and light.
The above named lamps ran be had only at
BROWN k RAYMOND'S,
Third street, nearly opposite the Pont Office.
Where ie kepi rrinntantly on hand Britannia Metal, Tin
and Gla.rit Lanirni. of varions patterns.
Glans lanipn notit at manufacturers' prii en.
We lake plenquire in offeliti2 to the ptililic Ihe roilow
ins cerlificale. which is subscribed to by many respect&
We the undersigned, hive HO and are new using
Carr's Patent Lamps, for burning Lard or o!lier animal
fat. and we ilaVfl nn limitation in saying that they give an
excellent light—equal to any of the ordinary modes of
lighting a house. at Omni tilted turd the coat, and wholly
free (tom smoke or oilier disagreephle smell. We take a
pleasure in rrcommending these lamps to I lie public, as by
their time there i , a great saving over either sperm
or lard oil, or even canille• , ; and we believe them to
be more cleanly and less troublesome than either.
To be had at BROWN e l . RAYMOND'S only. Third street,
nearly opposite the lost Office.
Rev. W. W. Bakewell, James noon,
" A. M. Bryan, Charles Paelson,
" John M'Cron, C. Yeager,
N. G. Conies, Wm. Graham, Jr.,
" Robert Donlan, E. Trovillo,
Dr. 11. D. Sellers. Wm. Douglass,
" E. D. Cazzam, Henry Atwood,
" Wm. Al. Wright, Isaac Cruise.
Robert H. Kerr, Esq., George W. Henry
A. Beckham, Rnbert McPherson,
Thomas Ouston, John S. Shaffer,
George Miltenberger, Wm. Eichbaum,
0. P. Shims, .1. B Turner.
A. Millet, AVm. Martin,
R. M. Riddle, Post Master Henry Barge.sser,
Robert Gray, James S. Clark, of the Amer.
Allen Kramer. lean Hotel,
A. F. Mari bens, John M.Camphell
M. Siackliouse. L. A lberger,
Robert Johnston, James Mellin,
N. B Just received, an Improved Patent Lamp, for
kitchen use. nov 19-41 w wif
TO THE PUBLIC, and particle/arty to my former
patrons of this city:—Having retired from the
practice of Medicine, I may he permitted to say, that It
has fallen to the lot of but few persons to have enjoyed
so liberal or large a share of obstret Heal practice as my
own has been for the last 30 or 40 years.
The etrterieure of that long period of life, and t he
fact of my having been twice, since 1830, associated with
Dr. R. A. Wilson, in the practice of medicine, (in both a
period of five yearn.) enables me 10 judge fully of the
merits of his pills.
Bo convenient, so efficient, and yet so safe, did I esteem
these pills, that for the last five years in my practice for
the cure of chronic disease of whatever name.. and those
of females in part icular, I have used more of them than
all other medicines.
Like every other medicine. this roust fail in some in
stances, hut in my hands there has been less disappoint.
ment and more sat isfart ion In the administration of thi, 4
one remedy than of ail others; its :cood effects sometimes
quite astonishing me.
limy patient required a sale aperient medicine either
fore nr after parturition, the Wilson's ps.ts were just
the thing I wanted.
I( a dyspeptic acid condition (tithe stomach, combined
with costiveness or inactivity (tithe liver. constitute(' the
disease of my patient. the pills were Just the thing I
If I treated a case requiring an emntenagogue, the
Wilson's pills were just the thing I wanted.
I f palpitation, headache, flushed countenance, or of her
difficulties, indicating a disturbance of the circulatory
and secretory systems, annoyed my patient at the 'turn
of life,' the Wilson's pills were just the thing I wanted.
Thus, without restmet to the name, a disease might
happen to wear at the lime I have had It under treat
ment, particular indications or symptom; arising, were
always mo.t promptly ind most happily met by the
That so great a number ordiseases, and sometimes act.
parently opposite ones, in which I have used these pills,
should be cured more readily by them than by tiny of her
remedy, may at first sttem strange and contradictory, but
why it is so is as clear to my mind as that a great many
persons should become thirsty from so many different
Ca MCI, and yet all require that common and greatest td
all blessings, water to quench their thirst.
In conclusion, ills due the , eputation of the medicine
and the nubile, to say decidedly and unconditionally, that
the Wilson's pills are the only combination I have ever
met with In my longcourse of practice, that really pos.
eearesanythlng curative or specific for sick headache:
Yours/cc., DR. MILO ADAMS.
The above Pills designed particularly for the sick
Haed.Aehe, Dyspepsia, Constipation of the Bowels ft..
prepared by the proprietor Dr. R. A. Wilson, and for
ade,wholesale and retail, at kisilwelling hi Pawn street;
below Marbary. . - • - Oct I
DR. GOODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pills are strongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe and 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 ail Hysterical and Nervous
affections: These Pith; have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians in the Unt•
tad States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholwale and
aietail. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
WM. ADAIR, Bqot and Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
ohmage the bead of Swithfield at., Pittabotrg b.—
The Otibterlberhatillyg bought out the stock of the late
Thome!' Rafferty, diceishd, has commenced business
in tiieold'stand of Mr: •R., and is prepared to execute
nil descriptions of work In Ws line, in the hest manner
and on the shortest notice. Be keeps coritantly on hand
large assortment ofshoe findings °tall descriptions and
of the best quality. He solicits the patronage of the pub
lic and of the craft WM. ADAIR.
For stile by
G • 4. A. GORDON
and Axles for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The subscribers manautture and keeps constantly on
hand Coach, C and Bliptic Springs (wasranted,) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated flub Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lamps, Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Door Handles and Hinges. kc.,a•c.
pp. 10 St. Clair cf., near tt e ‘lteeieny Bridge.
HD. SELLERS, M. D.,blbee and dm:Milne in Fourth,
. near Ferry street. sep 13—ly
The attention tfiho•e who have been ROITIRWiIOt IqCep
tical in reference to the numerous certificates published
In favor of Dr. Swnyne's Compound Syrup of !Mild Cher
ry, on account of the persons helnc unknown in this arc
Hon of the State, is respectfully directed to the following
certificate, lhe writer of which has been a citizen of title
horough foreeveral yea re.and k knonn as a gentleman
of Ititecrity and responsibility.
7'o the .Igent. Mr. I. KIRBY.
have used Dr Swayne's Comp and Syrup of Wild
Cherry for a couch, with which I have been severely of
fueled for about four mouths, and I have, no hesitation
in saying that ft lathe moat effective medicine that I have
been able to procure. It composes all uneasiness, and
'Revak well with my diet.—and mint:tins a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend it to all other,
Similarly afflicted. J. Hittite=, Borough ofChambersl4.
For sale hy W ILLI A M THORN No. 53 Market street.
1113F.RSONS desirous of procuritur Fruit, Slinde. and
Ornamental Trees. or Shrubbery, from Philadel
phis or New York, nre reque3ted to make application as
soon as possigle, at the Druz and Seed Store of the cub
seriber, where ran be had ratalognec, erniultottaly. of the
most excellent F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 21 No 11134 Liberty street. head orWors'
M ARBLE M NUF ACTOR Y. —Pritrirk Cawfield re
spectfully acquaints his friends and the public :len
ern Ily, that he has commenced the Marble business at the
enrner of Fifth and Liberty sts.. where will be constantly
on band, loin?, stones, mantel pieces, monuments, head
and foot storms, table slalw for cabinet ware, and every
art Iclenonertainlng to the business. He will warrant his
work tube well done, and his charges will he moderate.
lie resPect InilYallitt a share of nulolic patronage. sell 10-
11 ANNA 4. TURNBULL, Peoentrroas rig Curt.
Trot P•PER Nitta.. Steubenville. Ohio. havine roma ,
vett !bete more from I eity, have nppointed Holdehip
k Browne. No. 49 Market et., between 3rd nnd 41h, e•
!tents ror .r.e sate of the different kirtdof Paper manufac—
tured hy them, where their friends end enetomers will al
reaps dud a reeniar eurply of patter, Fitch ne Gap and
P at Wriline, plain and !hint lined; Wrapping nnd Tee
paper; Bonnet Ponrdr, nod Print lite Paper ordilferent ei•
zee and qualli ice, all of which will be cold nn the moat
flot.oamp h flanwar., mannricitirers and imnortera of
Wall Pa pe.a and flordrra.kerna consin oily on hand eve.
ry variety of Entry, Pnclor and Chamber Papers. of the
latest styles and mast handsome patterns, which they
will Pell tow and on accommodating term , . whole , -ale
or retail nov 13—tr.
porrayePlat form Scales on wheels, to weigh 2,500 Ms, at
do do do do 2.005 at 315 00
do do do do 1,500 at 35 00
do do do do 1,000 at 30 00
do do do do 500 at 25 00
With raising levers an addition of $3 to each scale.
Dormant scales for the use of Warehouses, Flouring
Mills, 4•c—llte same prices as above.
Also, White's Patent Counter Scale, whir 0. Young's
improvements, and a variety of other counter scales,
which they will sell for from 8 to $l5,
They also manufacture Steam Engines for Flouring
Mills, Saw Mills, Salt Works, trre.., double and singe
geared slide lalhes,foot and other lathes. for wood turning
machines for tenanting chairs, planing machines, door
and sash machines. Hall's patent horse power, with or
without thrashing machines, a superior article; circular
saw shafts, machines for sawing lath, Tinner's ma•
chines and tools ()fail derreciptions, also for making black
ing boxes, a superior article; governors for steam engine.
stocks, laps and dies, coffee mills, bed3terni or joint hots
and machinery for making the same, cotton factory ma•
chlnery made or repaired; printing press platter's turned
and printing presses repaired•
J A M ES M A Y, Agent.
sep 22 t f f °HNC 4• rinAnßußY
J ORN B. GUTIFIRIE, Auctioneer and Commis•
Won Merchant,No.ll)6,corncs of Wood 4- FOA
Piteiburgh: Having heenappointed one of the Auction
eers rot the City of Pltsborgh, tenders his services to job.
berg, manufnclurera and dealers, who may be disposed
to make trial of this market• He is prepared to make
advances on consignments of all saleable commodities,
and trusts tosatWy correspondents by quick sales, and
speedy hind favorable returns.
That the various interests which may be confided to
him, shall he adequately protected, he hring■ to the aid
of his own experience in business and acquaintance with
merchandize general's . , the services of Mr. SAMMIE!.
FALMESTOCE; heretofore advantageously known, as an
importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent ermagement is made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan, Pres't. of M. 4- M.
•• Darlington 4- Peebles,
.4 Robert Galway,
.. James M. Cooper,
•" James May,
•4 R. IC Riddle. } Pittsburgh
Wm Robinson, Jr. Pres%
of Rselmnee Bank.
•' Ramp milk, 4. co.,
.1 D. Davis,
- J. K. Moorhead,
Jas. W. Brown 4- co.
• John H. Brown. 4- co:
Smith 4. n iguley,
14. Irardly 4. *mess. Philadera
I John S. JLldd!e,
•.. John Dwttreil , I seplo
r ANIL? IPLOUIS.;.4foit received* few bevels of
Semiserious, mode espfiroelyfor Amity offetFor
s ir by ISAAC CRUSE, 10 Lib, St,
St: re 50 barrels sup. Anse,
LOOK AT THIS.
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNAMENTAL
For publishing a new Daily Paper in the City of Pitts
burgh, to be entitled the
DAILY MORNING POST.
THE Subscribers having made arrangements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Mercu
ry Into one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Morning Post.
The leading object of the "Pore" will be the dissemina
tion and defence of the political principles that have here•
tofure been maintained by the Editors, In their respective
papers, and their best efforts will still he devoted to the
advancement and success of those doctrines.
Although, in politics, the paper will he thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope, by giving an honest,
candid history of passing Political events, Foreign
and Domestic Intelligence, and brief notices of all mat
ters and occurrences that come property within the sphere
of a Public Journal, to make their paper sufficiently in•
cresting to entitle it to the patronage of the public, ir
respective of party considerations.
In additlrtn to the political and general news that will
he found in the ...Mersin: Post," the Editors will take
pains to furnish the businesslt community with
the latest and most interesting COMMERCI&L it(Tr.LLI•
=ICY, from nil parts of the country, and to have prepa•
reksuch ncenunts of the Markets and the State of Trade
as ill be advantageous tq our Merchants and Busineks
Men In their several callings.
Terms.—The Posy will be published on a large imperi
al sheet of fine paper, (manufactured especially for this
Journal) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per annum,payable in advance. It will nlso be sold by
newsboys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
J9dverasentests will be inserted et the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
ocr-TWENTY active lads are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be enraged on the most liberal term
August 31, 1842. W.H. SMITH.
1 00 HIIDB , KY. LEAF TOBACCO, in store and
j for sale by J. G. t A GORDON,
NM 13 No. ]2, Water street.
13 Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgitt
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
irMiole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sep 10
F ARM FOR SA Ll2.—The undersigned offers for sale a
tract of land situated 4 miles front Oreepoit, In the
direction of Kittanning, Buffalo 'township, Armstrong
county, containing. 100 acres, 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10 of whirr) are in meadow— a good square log
dwelling houseand cabin barn ererted thereon—an apple
oichard of 80 beating trees—and a spring of excellent
water convenient tothe house.
FOR TERMS apply to the subscribers residing at the
Saltworks on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Free
T O THE WISE. —lt is now well understood how
much disorders of the mind depend for their cure
noon a due attention to he body. It is now understood
bow valuable is that medicine which will remove morbid
ncenniulntions without weakening the bodily power. It is
now understood that there Is a reciprocal intluenrinbe.
tween the mind and the body. It is now understood that
purging with the Brandreth Pills will remove a'Ntnelan
choly,nnd even insanity is cured by Perseveringly using
them• It is now understood how much domestic happi.
ness depends upon the healthy condition of the digestive
Ills now well known that the Brandreth Pills have
cured thonaands 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 Drandreth Pills so cure, but it is alto un
derstood how they cure; !lint it Is by their purifying effect
on the blood that they restore the body to health.
The velure nf the medicine Is becoming more and more
manifest, it is recommended daily from family to family.
The Ftrandreth Pills remove in an almost imperceptible
manner all noxious accumulations and purify andlnvigo.
rate the blood,and their good eltects are not 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 rata•
tare; they are daily and safely admtniolered to Infancy,
youth, manhood, and old age. and to women in the matat
critical and deltentecircumstanees„ They do not disturb
or shock the animal functions, but restore their order
and at tabliab their health.
. between Dia
ih glrem, two
Ire Itoll, Pitts
nd the follow.
So!dal Dr. Krastireth's Office. N 0.93, Wood strast.
Pittsburgh. Price 2.5 cents per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place In Pittsburgh where the genu
ine Pills can be obtained, is the Loctor's own office, No.
93 Wood sired. 6'7110
MO THE LADIES —Why do yon not remove that
1. superfluous hair you have upon your foreheads
and upper lips f By calling at Torruc's. 86 Fourth at.,
and obtaining a bottle of Gourand's Pondres Subtles.
which will remove it at once without affecting the skin.
You can also obtain aourand's tioly celebrated Esc de
Beaute , which will at once remove all freckles, pimples,
eruptions of the skin, suit make your face look per ectly
fair; and to those who wish to assist nature by adding
more color to their cheeks, they can obtain some of GOu•
rand's celebrated Liquid Rouge, which cannot be rubbed
off even by a wet cloth. Also may be found a good as
sortment of Perfumery. such as Cologne, Bears' Oil, Al.
mond, Palm, Windsor; and other Boater.
Remember. at TutileN Medical Agency, 86 4th street.
Dec. 8, 1842
No. 1, Port
.ale:4 V.l 11'1.s,
tv eig to JAR)
BR ANDRETH PILLS.
1 - ET Invalids read the following account of a Sailor
4 cured of a complication of afflictions In nineteen
days hy the use or Brandreth Pills. It distinctly proves
there are herbs in nature which have affinity cure be
cause of disease, and Bra ndre h's Pills are made for them
Read and be cony' need. Take the medicine a nilbe cured
EXTRAORDINAR T CURE OF RHEUM-4mA!
DLIRRH(EA, AND AFFECTION OF THE LI/JrOA
Jong SHAW. of Pembroke, Washington counly,filaine,
being duly sworn, says, that he was taken violently sick
about six months since. The pains in his head, breast,
back, left side and instep being so had that he was nna.
tile to help himself, and was taken into the Chelsea Hos.
pital in the city of Boston. That after being In said
hospital five weeks, Doctor Otis said he did not know
what was the matte, with him, and that ha could do
nothing for him, norenuld he prescribe any medicine.
That he, therefore, was conveyed front the Chelsea nos.
pital to the Sailor's retreat on Staten Island. That he
was t here physicked with all sorts of medicine for a peri
od offcur months, suffering all theilme the most heart.
rending misery.-- That, besides his allection of his bones
he was troubled much with a diseme of the lungs: some_
times he would spit a quart of phlegm in the day; hettidea
this affection he had a bail Diarrlicea, which had more
or Ices at tended him from the commencement of his sick.
near. That at times he dreaded a stool worse than he
would have dreaded death; that tie can compare the feel
ing to nothing save that of knives passing through his
bowels. Allcrsuffering worse than deal hat the Sailor's
Retreat, on Staten Island, the doctor told him that medi
was of no useto him. that he mu't try to stir about.
At this time he was suffering the greatest misery. That
his bones wire so tender he could not hear the Icest ;treas
ure upon the elbow or upon the knee, that his instep was
most painful, that as the Doctor said he would give him
no more medicine he determined to procure some oWir.,
Brandreth's Pills, which he did, from '241 Broarway
New York; that he commenced with five pills, and some
-1 times increased the dose to eight. Tile first week's use
so much benefited him, that the doctor, not knowing ,
what he was using, said, mow, Shaw, you look like a
man again; lfyou improve In this way, you will soon he
well.' That hefound every dose of the Brandreth Pills
relieve him, first they cured him of the pain when at
stool; t hat they next cured the diarrhoea, sad finally the
pins in his bone.—That the medicine seemed to add
strength to him every day. RetoNl the doctor yeller
day the 11th instant, that lie felt hiinself well. and also,
that he owed his recovery to Brandrethe Pills under
Providence, that he had taken r the medicine levely dav
for 19days; that the doctor told him if he had known he
bad been taking that medicine, he should not have stayed
Soother-day In the house. Reconsiders his his duty to
make thispablic seatemeni for thebenefli of all similarly
afflicted; that they may know where to And a medicine
thalwilleure them. ' JOHN SHAW.
John Shaw being b, me duty sworn this 12th day of
April. 1842. did depose and say I ha i the foregoing state
went is tree. J. D. WREELER.Cormnissioner of Deeds,
The BRANDIMTH PILLS are sold at Dr. !Iran.
tireth's principsi office. 241* ILACASDPIST. New York
and at bta principal oillee. ttn.9B W 094 street•PhYshargh:
the ONLY PL.SCE in Pittsburgh where the gamine can
be obtained - sep 22—d wisp.
WIC 4. PHILIP BAKER
DAILY MORNING POST.
'Man war made' to mourn.'
0 man: while in thy younger days
Thou dot.t not care a . f , l aro:
You reckless run in mischief 'a way.;
And will not wisdom tarn.
Your daddy'a and your ma's attics
With up-turned nose you scorn.
And then, in after years you end.
That 'man test made to mourn.'
Look not alone on active youth,
Or manhood's ripened age,
Man is but miserable at beat,
No matter what his age. A s -
But see him,lllbis boyhudes
And he win find, ere mantdays,
Thu 'matt was made to thourn.
A fro' - lctd wish luxuries,
&t'4 dt up on pleasure's platter;
But think nut that dame Fortune does
'Midst ALL, her comforts scatter;
For, oh! we find in every land
loafers, with trowser's torn,
And thread-bare coats—which plainly show*
That 'man was made to mourn.'
Oh. pointed are the thorns of ill
That pierce the breast, we find:
And yet we make them sharper still,
By fighting with our kind.
Theo loafers fight, and pull the hair
That does the head adorn—
'Man's inhumanity to man .
Makes countless thousand. mourn.'
See, yonder poor, besotted wight,
With nose so flaming red,
Contrive to get himself a glass,
But c moot get him bread;
And see him, as he reels along,
All friendly warning spurn,
Unmindful though a veeping vile,
And lots of Wier mourn.
Oh sleep! the poor man's faithful frielitt,
The dearest and the best; "
He has no peace, crept that when
With thee he is at rein
And I'm but little better off.
With on each toe a corn,
And rheumatism in my boot.,
Which makes we sadly mourn.
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the
Ladies , Atsociation for the Relief of la.
After notice given, the fifth annual meet—
ing of the Ladies' Association for the Rip&
lief of-Indigent Women, was held in the
Liberty street Methotli.t Church.
The ,Rev. S. G. J. WORTHINGTON was
called to the Chair ,and Dr. John !them*.
en appointed Secretary.
After prayer 'by the Rev. Chiiimass, sad
some preliminary remarks by.-Milethset4o.
len, Esq., the Annual Report tbsilfisit
year was read, and on motion, adopted.—
The Treasurer's Report was also read, and
on motion, adopted. Both of which re.
ports will be seen below.
The managers having expressed doubts
of thipracticsbility of sustaining the Asso
ciation for another year, without some spe
cial effort on its beh.tlf, it was, on motiou,
Resolved, That if the managers deter
mine to dissolve the Association, they have
the privilege of transfertine the stock on
hand, (after liquidating their debts,) to the
Resolved, That the present managers
be continued till the Ist of April next.
,Risolved, That theptoceeding 'of this
meeting be published in one or.two of the
daily papers, and the other papers friendly
to the Institution, be requested to copy.
On motion, adjourned,aine
The meeting was closed with prayer by
Mr. J. Shea.
S. G. J. WORTHINGTON,
JOHN MCCRACKEN, Seey.
Of the Managers of the Ladies' Associa
ciation for the Relief of Indigent Wo-
Owing to a derangement in our Secreta
ryship, we are unable to give our friend, as
entire and positive a. statement of our ef
forte the past year as formerly.
There have been about thirty•two wo.
men employed, two hundred and fifteen
dollars and thirty cents, paid for work, 498
garments made, 293 were'..ior customers,
203 for shop, 77 pairs of sock: , knit. Sold
300 garments, and 14 pairs oPeocks.
We should shrink from presenting this
meagre statement of our efforts to do good,
the past year, to the objects of our care, had
not we to sustain us, the consciousness of
l having 'done what we could.'
Each anniversary heretofore has stimula
ted us with new hope, but as we have real
ized so little from the flattering encourage.
ments publicly expressed, we have no far
ther any expectation except in actual
With gratitude we acknowledge come
liberal donations accompanied by kind de—
sires expressed for our success.
At our last annual meeting, it was mo—
ved by a gentleman present, that we
should choose a committee of gentlemen
to collect funds for our aid agreeably to
that suggestion, two were selected from
each ward, and notified. Out of the whole,
three only, acted; two in si'llegheray,--orze
in Pittsburgh.—From: the gentleman who
collected in Pittsburgh, we received sixty
dollars; from Allegheny, forty dollars Ind
seventy five cents.
We feel pained that our existence as au
Association has been so Notronsi. for the
year past; rendered so by the necessary
expenses of sustaining our establishment,
and the extensive competition scattered
through our city, which has ernbaraased
our sales, and rendered us. in many ill".
stances, unable to dispose of our std .
even at cost, and we find the primaryobe