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TEams.—FIVE DOLLARS a year, payable in
adrince. Single copies TWO CENTO--for 1111ie at the
" 1 , 00 or tho office, and by News Bays.
e Mercury and Manufacturer
f palliated WEEKLY, at the same office, on • livable
medium sheet, at TWO DOLJ.A RS a year, hi ad.
trance. Sinzte copies. SIX CENTS.
Ternss of Advertising.
.., One. Insertion, 0.50 One month, SE
Ifr arolesertions, 0,7'5 Two mom!, 6
,Fltrete Insertions, 1,00 Three months, 7,00
One week, 1.50 1 Four months,
Two waits, 3,00 Si: months, 10,00
Three week., 4.00 R,OO
One year, 15,00
Otto Sreare. Two Squares
Its months, $1.3,00 Six months, $23,00
Oae year, R 5,00 One year, 35,00
trrt Larger advertisements In prorortlon.
CARDS of roar tines Six Dott,ans a year.
Cm Pose Orrice. Third between Marks:sand Wood
streets--R; M Riddle, Postmaster.
I:meow trilallt, Water, 4th door from Wood st. Peter
eon haildingeliaJor John Willock, Collector.
CITY TittAtIVRY. WOO 4 between First and Second
streets—Janscs A. Bartram, Treasurer.
Couierr TRicksUitt, Third street. nett door to the
rhhi Ptesbyterlan Church—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
Maeol's Orrice, Fourth, between Market and Wood
• atrems—Alexander Hay, Mayor.
illatcassres Excu•not. Fourth, near Market et.
rtprearmou, between Market and Wood streets, on
rnlrd and Fourth streets.
allamensters' •ten MaatrrAcTrßicßS' ass Filtkfttle Da•
!halt. (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, between
Wood and Market streets.
CirellANG6, Fifth street, near Wood.
Itiononesncts finest. Water street, near lbe Bridge,
Ezemattaz Harm., corner of Penn and S.
Milicaiarr.lo Horn, corner of Third and Wood.
AdlrdicAN flom.,corner of Third and Smithfield.
` — . - 17111Then rATc4. corner of Penn street and Canal.
Seer.so Es.acr, Liberty street. near Seventh.
1 1111.1.ene Mmisting House, LiherirSt opposite Wayne
Rao tnfIORIT Maß.oon Horst. Perm St. oppositi Canal
A-11+ COUNSELLOR AT LAIV.- o fli'n rrmo
•.red to Raketeen's offices Grant nearly otmostte
tee. new Court House, next rooms to John D. Alaimo,
Faq,--Flrst floor. srm ID
4. !PROS. 11. ELLIOTT, 11. I).—Office rem:mate
St. Clair street, between Penn and Liberty SI,.
_4lPittoingrek. _ #
NEir GOODS._rrpmon t Mackey, wikAesale and
- retail dealers In F.nrzlish, French, and Domesile
Dry Co9 . de, No. nl, Market •t , Piltonrzli. seri 10
Crintisetiortt at Law: Office in the Diamond, hack
of the old Court llouse.Pittshurgh. Rep 10
I t EROVAL.- K. Morrow, A tiff:mum; offso north
aide of Fifth pi., between Wood and Smithfield
ma, Pittshorth. Pcp 10
To lIN 111'D Ev r, Wholesale Groe,ir Rectift ing
And Dealer in Produte and Pittsburgh
1 1111aftiffactureJ Artie X. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts
sep 10
...w .. .4 y. vviLf,ftw:, 1,,,A s. DiLwortin
VIIVILLIAms .L—LlVilolesal
Grocers Prndory nod COM mission NI errlon nt., and
tesilrns In Pill..burzli Maou f lei o red article ; , No. '29,
Woo,/ street.SP P 10
Otfi.te on the north4i.le nrilie
darker and Union •trccls, up Ala irs Rill 1 11
DUitiio AW, A qorltoy rt.loter,
A. ItiA orores , tionaleervice z t to 1111. II utltie. Office cor
wer of Vint) and Market .iireeis, above D. Lloyd 4. cws
.41tOre,Pittsturglt, Pa. sep 10
dinut B.Bntairr K EAN
QUERIFF & KPAN, Manufacturers of Cowper.
1 1...7 Tin. and Sheet Iron Ware. No. Bo. From .t., rrtts•
House Snowing and SIC:1111bq.s1 work promptly
executed. sep 10
T HOS. B. 'YOUNG & CO., Furniture 'Ware
Rooms, I,orner of Rand ,t. 4- Exchange Alley.
rersone wishing to purclia,e I .,, ritititre, will find It to
Iheir advaniatie to 4ive us a call, helot , . fully satisfied that
Ae e'n Please rt:t to quality and price. Fen 10
MUTTON s A3l:4.—Just received 160clioice Mot
.ton Hama , wdl cured and for sale cheap try ilr do
sea or retail, by ISAAC 11.111RIS,
Sep N 0.9, Filth st
UTA BAG 4.— A suop'yof Land, ci h's Freshlto
:2llo la 84:a, and oilier different varieties of Tornio
Sea:, josticeelved and for sale at UM:II'CSD Pslr•aa. at lice
,Arai_ and Seed Sure of F. L. SNOW'PEN,
NR 10- • . No. 134 Liberty PI reel, head of Wood.
WBOB CLOSEY,S HJot and Ma miCieto
ry, 83 Fourth :M., next dqnr to 111.• U. zltatt.s
fink, - Ladies Prunella, Kid and Satin Shoes made ;a
le ne.atest manner, anct by the newest Frenrh paiterns.
-.fp 10
. 5 nada MORUS MULTICAUI,[I:3.Ii) lols tomtit
11/ 1 1 4”,7 1 1, purchasers; to be disposed orbs
" F. 1,. SNOWDEN,
No. 134 I.therty street, head of Wood.
D AHLIA HOOTS, Flowers and Flower Seeds of ev•
ery dew:Holum, can always he had at the Drug
and Seed sture of F. L. SNOWDEN.
Sep 10 184 Liberty street, head or Wood.
Llll3. Illinois Annual Mammoth Onion :Seed, for
*PLY sale at the Drug and Seed store of
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
for seed; Just received by
G A KDEN TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spndes
Transplanting Trowels, Edding Took, Buddi ng
Knives, Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., Jost re
sliced and for sale by F. L. SNOWDEN.
Nap 10 184 Liberty street, bead of Wood.
11010 E Venison teams.•—lust received a small sup
ply nit very choice cured Venison /lams, on retail
do .Nil lots for current money.
and Com. Merchant
LUTE Dutch Clover Seed, Orchard Grass and
Kentucky Blue Grass, always on hand and for
No. 154 Liberty street. head of Wood.
We by
seP 40
E ItBTBIt if BUCHANAN, itltorneys at Law, office
miaowed from the Diamond, to • i Attorney'sßow, s hah ) "
fide or Fourth street, between 'Market and Wood
sep 10
AGISTRATES'I3LANKS, for proceedlozs In in
- trlsittreent under the late law, for sale at this Office
- SALE.—Lets on the North East corner of Coal
- 7, LalatAnil High street. Apply to
•N 19 BEN/. DARLINGTON, Market, neat 4th rt.
gmi Las. Landreth's French Sugar Beet Need jest
received and for sale at the Drug and Seed
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
glen Of
P lo
eopertnership heretofore existing between WIL
rlbuOlved by mutual consent. William Digtry is authorized
to*tot Ito oignatore of the Ere in settling up the bosinevs
pr chef sesslkas. WILLIAM MEV,
No. 184, Liberty bead of Wood Et
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•• ' • STOCKTON, Bootcsetlers, Printers an
Paper Ma nu fßeititere, No. 37, Markel Rt. Rep 10_1y
.1-OEN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Water st.
near the Monongahela Souse, Ph uslurah. seri 10-ly
L EONARD S. JOHNS, A !demon, St Clair street, se
cond door from Liherty. Rep 10-1 Y
DR 8
IL HOLMES. Office In Second street, next door
to Mulvany ¢ Co's Glass Warehouse cep lO—ly
FINDLA y. Attorneys at Law, Fourth at.
AD' near the Mayor's Office, Pittsburgh. sep 10—I:
is, HAMILTON, Attorney at Law, Fifth, between
%Vend and Smithfield sta., Pittsburgh. rep 10—ly
UGH TON ER, Attorney at Law, North East corner
_IL of Smithfield and Fourth street!. Sep 10-1 y
H ANNA 4- TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse. No.
104, Wood st., where may he had a general supply
of writing wrapping,. printing, wall paper, blank hooks.
school hooks, te,
Fr P 10 -1y
TM/M. 4 EIW d• CO.. Wire workers and
la,. Manufacturers, No. 23 Market street, between 2d
and 3d streets.
sep 10-1 y
FIOTEL, Corner of Penn and St. Clulr
I_4 st reel?, by NeKIBBIN 4• SMITH.
EeP 10-1 v
ward Hughes. Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25, Wood st., Pittsburgh. sep 10 —ly
1 1 IC METAL --77 I ons sof t Pig Metal for sale by
J. G ~!1. A. CORIMN,
Na. 12 Water street.
131000 B CON 11 A NIS. 16,000 Its. 13.1C011
Shoulders, for sn'e hy
J.G. 4. A. C 1 oRDON,
No. 12 Water st reet
JAS. S. PATTP,IIF4ON, Jr.. B, rod n2liatn, near Piiishuralt,
-Pa., Mamtra , torPr or Locks. and Ports; To.
bared, Puller, AI and Timber Screw 4; llonero Serevvc for
rosin, Mills, 4-e. scp 10-1 v
011 N :11'C LOS Ili Tl'. Tailor and (WI liter,
fin eet, lielween Sixth and Virgin alley, South Fide,
Sep (0
W. Buftruttnnu: Wholesale Grocers and
Cniffrol.fiffo Metrisantg— Sprond street, hit ween
tVood and Smithfield sf Pit tshurglf. seplo--ly
A CORDON, Commission and Forwarding
• WWl:trig, %V . /Ift'. at., Pittsburgh. Sep 10—ly
H A M casks barns, n good article, received per S
R Corsair. and for sale by J.G.ti- A. CORDON,
Sep 10 No. 12, Wafer street.
- q MM. ASSES fluids New Orleans Su
car; ':0 bids New Orleans Molasses; for EPIC IT
sep 10 J. G. k A. GORDON.
A Midi prime N. O. Srzar, received per S.
rt 'or, and for sale by .3. G. 4- A. CORDON.
sep 10 No. 12, IVoier ! , t r
SU IIACON CASN S, in order, on Immi and for sate by
eget) 10 I. G. ¢ A. GORDON, No. 12, Water sr
S UGAR AND llof. 4 SSES.-13 Idols and 4 N.
Sun r, 32 lilds N. 0. NI ula received per Sean ,
hiporier, and for sale I.y J. G. 4- G r: DoN.
ge l , 10 No. 12. Wah , r ref`
enr.s. LA an 011., for ra Ir hy
R. A. VA NI'.STOC'K i'o
Co. of r of 6111:Ind V1',..,r1
1631 PA l' EEIS Germantown I.rimp Mark for Kale
by 13. A. A lIN EsTocK k co.,
rornrr of ei h and Vlemift a.
1.1:S Prepa rod Chan:, for Pale by
E. A F:InNI roClc 4. CO,
corner of 6!Htinl Wood!.
\lt AN) N IOI, ASSES.--61) h6ds. N. 0.
2. 1 , 41%. rlo.. 100 I I t lullsl I:I SNr A
J. C. k A.f;()RDON.
No. 12 sValt.r sl reel
BLANii PETITIONS, lc( Eric F,s,
1 0 10. 11001 in Da prilf-01`1I10, 1 0IPIS on
amid pa per m tol to t iie foi approved by I lot Ceti r.,1 - ar sale
at !lie (Mice of die l lprriiry and Democrat. veii II)
.filiragAlt.D, fashion:o,lo boot un
- shoe lia inif..cturvr. .\o. I 01, Third sorrel. he( wee
ood and field streets, !o'r. 10
lm, remove) his office lo the corner or Fourth
street and Alcy, turner
Smithfield and Grant
fruits', rimlturch.
,Cp 10 •
m s Lo
D A TUMER, N - o. 7,6 r. CI: irr e , Pats.
hu , gh,
IA supply of Landieth's Garden Seeds, always on
land, and for sale at his a:r.ney, the Ii - ti .inre of
1',34 Lib(' iv streot, bead of Wood
D it.• DAVID WARD ha nliice and re,ltlellee
on F.,nri It Si rent, nearly suilh of the Cour/ house.
second dlellme from Ross $e wilt faithfnlly ail end
all rails petlnintu2 prole•,iou. Night calif should he
wade al the dour //hove the basement. nap
R ESIOVAL —Matthew Jones, 1141.er and Hair Dress
er, has rurnovett to Fourth st rev', opposii et Ite Alay
ors 'Bice, where he will he happy io:wtit upon permanent
or Iranrieol customers. fie solicits a dtare of public nnt-
31.• %V. 4 RU, DENTIST, Penn st. three
door below Irwin street, Hon rs of business, from
9A. Ye., until 5 P. At after which time to will attend
to no one except In cases of actual ntressily, Ae
would further inform those who may thitk proper to
employ him, that he experts linmediale psyntent, without
the necessity on his part of sending in hills. rep 10
1 WIN JIPFA L A ND, Upholsterer arsl Cabinet
7',4ird et. between Wood 4. ..,Ifarktt streets,
respectful forums his friends and the public teat he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards Bu
reaus, Chairs, rattles, tledet cads, Stands, Ilalr an?, Sprlug
Matirasses, Curtains, Carpets. all sorts of tiphohteriur,
work, which he will warrant equal .to any madein the
city, and on reasonable terms. se t
R EMO PAL:--The subscribers have removed to Wa,
ter between Wood and Smithfield streets, where
they will continue the Wholesale Grocery and Comilla.
sion buOness and would revaert fully solicit the pa( rOl.
age or t heir friends. J. W. SURBIIIDGE ,S• Co.
Dec 3
110 Word Street, Pittsbiwrk.—ft. A. Bailsma N
Auctioneer and Commiwion Merchant, is now prepared
to receive and sell all kinds of Goods and alerchandize,
at his large and capacious looms, No. 110, North East
Corner of Wood and Fifth Streets, Fittsburgh.
Regular sales of Dry Goods, Furniture, Groceries and
other articles, on Mondays and Thursday of each week,
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, and Fancy articles, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.
Books, 4.c., every Saturday esew sng ,
Liberal advances made on Consig nments when wanted.
West's. John D. Davie, Esq.,
Bagaley Smith,
Hampton. Smith, 4. Co.
F. Lorenz 4. Co.,
.. J. W. Barbridge 4 , co.,
S. AFEee 4- Co.
.. Capt. James M•Gargill, ). Pittsburgh
C. Ihmsen, Esq.
ley." Jena 11 'Fadden Ssq.
.4 Logan tr Kennedy.
J. K. Moorhead 4.
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Ins. P. Stuart, Esq,
4. Robert Galway, Eft:
Cape. Jas. May,
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.4 McVay, Hanna, 4' co.
wi kit's Symms.
• S. G. Henry,
Smith, Bagaley 4. C o
sop 10
HiGsy—Aro. 121, Corner of Woodand Front
II Streets Pittsburgh, has on hand a complete es
sorimentof Queensware soiled to the city or country
wade. Also. a choke selection of pure white and golds
band DINING AND TEA WARE, in large or small sets,
or separate pieces to suit purchasers.
A cask of 96, 60. or 84 piece lets, superbly painted
and gilt English China Teaware, at very low prices.
Toy Teaware, plain, and rich painted and gilt, !tom
9,00 to $.5,00 per set.
. Children's Mugs °revery description.
White China Shaving Mugs.
Granite Dining or d Tea services, In white and with
splendid American scenery printed in Mae and Mack.
A laige variety of Steamboat Dining and Breakfast Sets,
Imported to match. complete,
Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the
Derbyshire Potteries.
Flint and Green Glass, In all their varieties.
Window Glass, of every size.
Patent Buckets, Tubs and Keelens.
Stone Pipe Pleads, kc. 4 - c, 4.c.
All of which are respectfully offered in the pub.
ie on the most favorable terms. Jan 2q, 1842-1 y
Olk BaLtsltio cumee.
' U r OP! 4.
1113.E./1.51,.."8 HOARHOUND C.lXDY—Ttrrrcr has
received. this day from New York. a fresh snooty 0.
the above celebrated cure for Couehe. Colds end Con
euniption; and is ready to supply cu.lomersal Wholesale
or retait, at his Medical Acency, St; Fourth et.
not, 12
LARK, 4,7, "aekio na ble Boa k r—
/las removed to N 0,34 Market
. w street. letwe
re en
eierond and Third streets, whe he ou (rite happy
to see his old cnstomers, and all others who feel dispos
ed to patronize hint. He uses nothing hut first ,rate
stock. and empluys the best of workmen; and as he give,
his constant personal attention to business, he truststhat
he will deseiveat.d receive a fair share of patronage.
sep 10
It UlTri. ICE
A thinker respectfully informs his friends and the
public that they ran always find the lwaiequality of Ice
Creams. toeether with al: kinds of cd% fee t lona ry and
fruits. in their • on, at his estirt l olshment No. 'IL
Fifth street, hetwe n Wood anti Market.
N. IL—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
rakes. or anything in his line. Also families furnished
With Dread.
IMP 10
A ft ..1:11 I. CLEVER, residing at 66 Mott street,
New York, was afflicted with Dyspep4la in Its most
aggravated form. lie symptoms were violent head.
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, cough, heart_
burn, pain in the chest and stomach always after eating,
impaired•appetile, sevsation of sinking at the stomach,
forted tongue, nausea, with frequent vom aloes, dizziness
towards night and realleness. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when, on consulting Dr.Wrn.
Evt.ns. 100 Chatbuni street, and submitting, to his ever
successful and agrrealde mode of treatment, the patient
wan completely restored to health in the short space of
one month, and grateful for the incalculable benefit tieriv.
ed, gladly came Gwynn' and volnnteered the above slate
('or °ale Wholesale and Retail by
R. R. rIELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No 20. Wood street. below Second.
LARD.—Those Who would ash gre.ttly to reduce
their ex per.se for light, certainly purchase one of
I he above named Lamps, as by their use there is a clear
savior of at least twod birds of the expense over 011,nnd
the Halo obtained front this is pure and brilliant, and
wholly free 1101.1 smoke nr dig:tr.:rye:able smell. We would
here state th.,t Carr's. Patent is the only one worthy the
;mentio n 011 he public, no it is the only one that in appli
cable lo every variety or pattern or Lamps, and the only
one that will ' , urn Lard wct.r., at any temperature of cold
or best. We Ira v.. in the short space or three mouths,
sold several Ihntisande: and with scar,e a t excepl
those using I hem ha ye eXIISIS` , eII Ihemseicrs lli ~ltly pleas•
"II with them. and fully con vir.ced or the great economy
by Iheir n-e, as well as their superiority over either oil
or Candles, In regard to eleanlil/C.c and bald.
The above annul lamps ran be had only at
R ROW.V .1- LI r.lrrixn's,
Third street, nearly opposite the Post ("Mire.
xviwro be t a ronvianlly 011 hand Ili haiirsin Metal, Tin
and G!a=s La tie or can tots rfli,roe.
G 1,,, I,o‘ o s wd al tonntiftclurPrs' pri• us.
lahe I , :cn,tre in °trot io2 to the rouh!ir the fol'ow
cettifica , e, which h: -, illts , r;!ol to by ritz,,l% respecta
Wo.llie underei.2l.o , l, have hied 'lntl are now ',sin!!
Carr'. Patent Lamp:, for in t , oh .. f,,,,f fir ','her ;,,i,,, a 1
far, and we have tin lie:nation 1,, sityirie that they Give an
excellent licht —urinal in nt.y of the ottlieary tooth,: of
lighting ti hone... at Omni flip third the c 0.,. and ii holly
free II 101 l smoke or other disatzrecelde smell. We take a
plea:tire in reennonendine I hese horilnc to the nol , lie, ns by
their biro there Is a areal ravine neer either eperm
or lard Oil. Or lIINIS rantre , ; Ind we believe them to
be more cleanly :WI less t roilhle.rlle Than either.
To be had at Remy!: ei• R svmokn's only, Third street,
nearly np; , n_i , r the r0:1 (Office,
lieV. %V. W. Itakcwe.l, Jame: noon,
" A. M. R.. , at,, Chi, ides Nielson,
" John NrCron, C. Yeager,
N. fil. Coilirs, (F m. Crallatn,jr.,
It °heti Dunlap, R. Trovillo,
Dr It. D. Sellers, Writ. DOnglall4.
" E. D. Cazzam, Bente Atwood,
" (Vat. 11, IVris.lit, Isaac Cruse,
Robert N. Kerr. Esq., Geor:e W. Henry
A. Peck fin iii . Robert McPherson,
l'hortiaQ Onston, Jahn S Shaffer,
(4,r:ff. Millenlicreer, Win. Eirliantin,
O. P. Shirts, J. R Turner,
‘V M. %Lir! In,
R. M, Riddle, Post Master Henry flar.eesser,
Robert Cray, James S Clash, of the Amer.
Allen Brattier, lean (Intel,
A. P. Nlartlicus, John Nl. Campb e ll
%I. Sttirkliniice. 1.,. A Ilierfer,
Robert inlittsinti, James Merlin,
S. 13 Just received, an Improved Patent imnift, for
kitchen use.
tiovl9—ti I tv 4. wi-
10 TIIE PUBLIC, and Tortienlarly to my forme?
A. patrons of this city:—llaving retired from the
pray tie, of Medicine, y permitted ro say, that it
has !alien to ;lie lot of t ut few persons to 'have enjoyed
so Ilheral or larlie a share of olistretriral practice as my
own has been for the last 30 or 40 years.
The experience of that lone period of active life, and the
f ac t o f my booi ng been t wire, since 1830.associaled with
Dr. R. A. Wilson, in the pi actire of medicine, (in both a
period of live years.) enables me to judge fully of the
merits of his pills.
So convenient, so efficient, and yet so see, did esteem
three pills, that for the last flee yearein my practice ibr
the cure ofchronic disrasei,or whatever nnm.t, and those
of females in particular, I have used more 01 them thnn
all other medicines.
Like every other medicine, this must fail In some in
stances, but in my hands there has been less disappoint,
meet and more satisfaction in the administration of this
one remedy than of ail others; Its good effects sometimes
quite astonishing in•.
If my patient required a safe aperient medicine either
..rote or after parturition, the Wilson's pt.ls were just
the thing I wanted,
If a dyspeptic acid condition of the stomach, combined
with costiveness or inactivity ofthe liver, coast ituted the
disease 3r my patient. the hills were Jest fhe thing I
If I treated a case requiring an e mmenagogne, the
Wilson's pills were just the thing I svantetio
If palpitation, headache, flushed countenance, or other
dificulties, indicating a disturbance of the circulatory
an secretory systems, annoyed my patient at the 'turn
of Ire,' the Wilson's pills were just the thing I wanted.
Tiug, without resnmt to the name, a disease might
haPilm to wear at the time I have had it under treat
,ment. particular indications of symptom! arising, were
alwaYo most promptly and most happily met by the
Wilson s pills.
Thatto great a number ofdiseases, and sometimes ap.
parentlyopposite ones, in which [have used these pills,
should bemired more readily by them than by any other
remedy, nay at first seem strange and contradictory, but
why it hi tit'S as clear to my mind as that a great many
Per Was Ifiltuld become thirsty from os many different
causmalld'ret ail require that common and greatest
all blessingitswater to quench their thirst.
In conclusion, Ma due the reputation of the medicine
and the pablietosay decidedly and unconditionally, that
the Wilson's Pilaaretheonly combination I have ever
met with in My longcOursa of practice, that really nos
, eessesanything !urative or specific for sick headache,
' 7 onrs*c., DR. MILO ADAMS,
The above rill designed particularly for the sick
/laid-Ache, Dyslunsia, Constipation of the Bowels ,ke.,
prepated by the psprietor Dr. R. A. Wilson, and for
aale, wholesale a psketall.at his dwelling in Perin Wee,.
*kw !henry.
For Kale I , V
'VAN ILY FLOUR --Jost received• fevetomcif of
12 Soperior near, onde exprepdy for family. use." For
sale by ISAAC CRUSS,I4B.Ltb, fit.
In Store 50 ballets sup. flour.
..._ .
DR. GOODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pills aresirongty recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe and efficient remedy In removing
tfiose complaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex•
mdse., or gener a I dehiltty of the system. They obviate
costiveness; and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
atTeclions. Th e se Pills have gained the sanction and
approbation of the roost eminent Physicians In the Uni
ted States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
Retail. by
sep 10
R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
20. Wood street. below Second.
WAL ADAIR, Boot aad Shoe Maker Libe..ty Si.,
oppoeite the head of Smithfieldittsburgh.—
The s ubscithaving bought out the atock of the late
Thomas rty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old a dof Mr: R., and Is prepared to execute
all deseri 's of work In Ills line, In the hest manner
and on the: meat notice. He keeps corstantly on hand
a large a 'tent ofahoe findings of all descriptions and
of the hest q I lly. Hesotichr the patronage of the pub
lic and of the.creft. WM. ADAIR.
sep 10
and Axles for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The subscribers manufartrire and keeps constantly on
hand Coach, C and Eliptic Springs (warranted,) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Bash Frames, Brass
and plated Huh Bands, Slump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lamps. Three fold Steps, Malleable
iron, Door Bandies and flinger,. ttc•,,ke•
Ft.Clatr st., near r/ e Allegheny Brides.
D. SELLERS, hi. D., office and dwelling in Four!,
near Ferry street sep 13—ly
• LOOK AT Tills.
The attention , flho.e who have been somewhat seep.
final In referi%hee to the nu memo. certificate. published
in favor of Dr. Swavnr's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
rv, on account ofthe persons being unknown in Ulla sec
tinn of the State, is respectfully directed to the following
certificate, the writer of - which has been a citizen of fitls
borough for several years and if known as a gentleman
of Integrity and responsibility.
f have used Dr STo the .9geat, Mr. J. KIRBY
wavne's Comp nod Syrup of Wild
Cherry for a cough, with which I have teen severely al
file:ter! for :lbw four months. Rod I have tar, hesitation
in !myth* that it lathe most effective medicine that I have
been able In procure. It composes all uneasineas, and
agrees well with my diet.—and mantains a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend It to all others
similarly afflicted. .1. Mt FRICK, Borough ofChamheraldg.
March 9, 1441).
rep 23
rot' sale by WILLIAM THORN No. 53 Markel street.
P ERSONA desirous of procuring Frnit. Shade. and
Ornamental Trees, or Shrubbery, from Plilladel
phis or New York, are rentieued to make application ns
Soon as possible, at Drug and Seed Store of the gob
s r riper, where ran I.e had ratalopes, gratuitously, of the
most excellent varieties-. SNOWDEN,
gep 21 No 184 Liberty street, head of Wood
itIA it F. M A NUFA r•ron v.— Pat OH( Cawfield re
, .I.VA. s o rri follyaroilahlis bin friends, the pub een•
eratly, that he Itatteomtnented the Marble Minim...s li al the
corner of Fifth and Liberty stn., where will he constantly
on hand. tomb stone., mantel pleees, monument., head
and ford stonee, table slabs for cabinet ware, and every
a rile le apet-rla loin , : to the tinniness. He will warrant his
work to be well done, and hI. charcen will be moderate.
lie respeel fully inks a share of nubile pat rona;:e. Rep 10-
ILi - ,, Awiy 4. ruRNR (q.t., rnormToßill OF TOE CLIN.
TON PAPER MILL. Struhenville, Ohio.
. a
red ?tiro,fore from ti in havine rem°•
city, bare ;appointed Floldttitip
4- Ilrowne, No. 49 Market at., between
alp and 4111,A•
zents for tr.e sale or the different kindstof er Ma r:nrar—
'Tired ly tbem,mr here their friends and
an will el
wars find a rerttlar simply of paper, such an Cap and
P et Writi7, Warn and nom lined: Wrannine and Tea
paper: Ponnot Pori rdc and Prini Ins Palter nfdifferent Pi•
yrs and nullities . all of which will In. sold on the most
srronliondalins torn,.
Iler.nceir X- PROwns, Mannrirliirers and ininnrters of
' Wall Pane. , and Porilorr.lcsrroi ennsia ' , Fly on hand eve.
i v ~ riel rof rtu re, Parlor and Chamber Paper.. of the
'n'e.t title , and most I anesornr ratterns, which They
will sett low and on arrninmorialinT terms, wholesale
r reta:i,
nov 18—tf.
Pl•ttform Scales cm oin 10 weigh 2,500 ihs, at
$55 00.
do a
do d o do do 2,005 at 145 00
do do
do do 1,500 at 35 00
do do do 1,0111.) at 30 00
do do
W o With raising levers on addition of $3 500
to eac at 25 00
h scale.
Dormant scales l'or the we of Warehouses, Flouring
Mills, ke_the some prices ns shove.
Also,VVirite's Patent Counter Scale, wl4/00. Young's
i mprovements, and a variety of oilier counter scales,
which they will sell for from ft to $l5,
They also manufacture Stearn Engines for Flooring
Mills. Saw 11111 s. Salt Works. 4'', double and slag's
geared slide la; hes,foot and other lathes for wood turning
machines for tenanting chairs, planing machines, door
nod sash machines. Hail's patent horse power, with or
without thrashing machines, a superior ari We: circular
saw shafts, machines for sawing lath, Tinner's ma
chines and tools ofall descriptions, asso for making . black
lag boxes, a superior article; governors fur steam eneine•
frocks. laps and dies, coffee mill!, bedstead or joint hots
and marhinery for making the same. cotton factory ma
chtncry made or repaired; printing press pinitens turned
and printing presses repaired•
JAMES Al AY, Agent
sep 22—if
!MIN B. GUTIIRIE, Auctioneer and Commis,
slop Merch unt , Xo,lo6,coss er of Wood 4- Pitch Arts.
Pitisbitrik: Having been appointed one of the Auction
eers tot the City of Pltsburgh • tenders his services to
berg, manufacturers and dealers. who may he disposed
to make trial of this market. He 15 prepared to make
advances on consignments of all saleable commodities,
and trusts to sailsfy correspondents IT quick sales, and
speedy fond favorable returns.
That the various interests which may be confided to
him, shall he adequately protected, lie brings to the aid
of his own experience in business and acquaintance with
merchandise general's*, the services of Mr. Bsmott. l
Fannsgrocx; heretofore advantageously known, as en
importer and dealer In Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent engasement is made.
Messrs. Tiernan, Pres% of M. 4. M .
Darlington 4- Peebles,
• Robert Galway.
James M. Cooper,
James Mny,
S. M. Riddle, / Pittsburgh
Wm Robinson, Jr. Pres% I
of Exchange Bank..
Etamploa,Smlth, 4- co.,
John D. Davis,
Samuel Church,
J. K. Moorhead.
Jas. W. Brown 4. Co.
John H • Blown. 4. Co.
5. Smith 4- ft igaley,
Yardly &mere.
John S. nktiCe.
John Dalsell,
YOUNG'S Improved Hay
0. form Sealer , . ma nnfart nred he
the soltxr rifle rs. at I hPir Al acid nt
Shop. Smithfield strefst. between Ma
mmal .1 Hey and Fifth sl reel, two
floors above. l'empero nee Hall. Pill.;
foirtrlf, where they mmn urn more and
keep consist n 1 ly on hand the follow
composed o
No. 1, por
4e Platlon
/i ZiSUU
U 465,
I.eP 10
For publishing a 714 w Daily Paper in the City of Pitts
burgh, to be entitled the
T HE Subscribers basing made arrangements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Mercu•
ry into one Journal, haveconcludcd to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Morning. Post.
The leading object of the "Poor" will be the ilisseminm
Lion and defence of the political principles that have here
tofore 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 evems, Foreign
and Domestic intelligence, and brief notices of all mat
! ters and occurrences that come properly within the sphere
ore Public Journal, to make their paper sufficiently In ,
cresting to entitte It to the patronage of the public, ir•
respective of patty considerations.
In addition to the political and general news that will
I be found In the "Massing Poet," the Editors will take
!pain s to furnish the Imsinesqs community with
the latest and most Interesting Costaxamet. INTXLLI•
Eases from nil parts of the country, and to have prepa•
red such accounts of the Mirkets and the State of Trade
as will be advantageous to our Merchants and Businesfie
Men In their several callings.
Terms.—The POST will be imblished en a large imperi.
al sheet of fine paper, (manufactured especially for t
Journsl) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per annum, payable In advance. ft will also be sold by
newsboys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Advertisements will he inserted - at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
Mt- T W ENT Y active lads are wanted to sell the Post
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
August 31, 1842
/00 MIDS. KY. LEAF TOBACCO, in store and
fur sate Ity J . C . k A connoN.
No. 12,Water street.
London, for sale only by S. Ist
Wickersham,C corner of Wood street and Virgil,
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
Is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sep 10
F ARM FOR SA Le.—The under - sicced offers for sale a
tct of land situated 4 intlex (Cc., ?reepoit, In te
direction ra of Kittanning, Buffalo 'township. Armstronhg
county, containing 100 acres; 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10 of whicn are In meadow— a good square fog •
dwelling house and cabin barn erected thereon—an apple
orchard of 80 hearing trees—and a 'spring of excellent
wafer convenient tothe house.
FOR TERMS apply to the subscribers residing at the
Saltworks on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Free
T O T/IE WISE.—Ills now well understood how
much dicorders of the mind depend for their cure
upon a due ellen( ion Intim body. It is now understood
how valuable is t Mit medicine which will remove morbid
accnmulations without weakening, the bodily power. It Is
now understood that there ts a reciprocal influence he.
tween the mind and the body. It is now understood that
purging with the Brandreth Pills will remove a mefan
HWY, and even insanity is cored by perseveringly using
them. It is now understood how much domestic happi
ness depends upon the healthy condition of the digestitte
is now well known that the Brandreth
thousands of hopeless and helpless persons,'Ovr
when the first physicians had pronounced them beyond
all human means of relief. It is now not only well
known that the Rrandreth Pills so cure but It is also un
der,dood how they Aire: that it isle their purifyiheffect
on the blood Chet they restore the body to health.
The vnlite of the medicine is becomlne more and more
ntanifrst,it is recommended daily from family to family,
The Bratidrelli Pills remove in an Mumst imperceptible
manner all noxious accumulations and purity andinvigo.
rate the biood.a lid their rood effects are not counterkalon
red by any inconveniences; being composed entirely or
vegetables they do not expose those who use them to
danger; and their effects are as certain an they are satm
tory; they are daily and safety adminkterid to infancy,
yowl], manhood, and old :IL,, and to women in the most
crit les I and delicate circumstances. They do not disturb
or shock the animal functions, but restore their order
and c..Ariblish their ileattli.
Sold at Dr. flrastireib's Office, No. 9,1, street,
Pit tsbn %tit. Price 25 cents per box, with roll directions.
MAR K--The only place in Pltisburzli where the gents.
inc Pills can be obtained, is the Loctor's own office, No,
93 Wood street.
1110 THE I-91)1ES —Why do you not remove that
1 superfluous hair you hove upon you, foreheads
and tipper lips 7 By calling at TUTTLE'S. 83 Fourth st.,
and oloalning a bottle of Gottrand's rondres Subtler,,
which will remove it at once without affecting the skin.
You can also obtain Gourand's Huh. celebrated Eon de !
Beutite, which will at once remove all freckle., pimples,
eruptions of the skin, and make your face look per reify
fair; and to I hr,:e who wish to assist nature
by adding
more color to their cheeks, tiler can obtain some °lC:ou
r:ors oelehrmed Liquid Rouse, which cannot be rubbed
off even by a wet cloth. Also may be found a good as.
FOI talent of Perfumery, such as Cologne, 13ears' Oil, Al.
mond. Palm, Windsor; nod other Soaps.
Rem , mber, al l'uti le'. Medical Agency, 86 4311 street.
Dec. 8, 1342
ET Invalids read thDe following,lLLS.
account f a Salim
If A cured of a complication of afflictions ion
days by the use of Rrandret im Pllia. It distinrtly proves
there are herbs in nature which have affinity cure lea•
cause of disease, and Drandreth's Pill/mare made for t hera
Read and he convinced. Take the medicine andbe cured
Joitx egns.w, of Pembroke, Washington county, Maine,
being drily sworn, says, t halite was taken violently sick
about six months since. The pains in his head, breast,
bark, left side and instep being so had that he was una.
toe to help himself, and was taken into the Chelsea Hos
pital in the city of Roston. That after being in said
hospital five 'weeks, Doctor Olis said lie did not know
what was the mallet with him, and that he could do
nothing for him, nor could he prescribe any medicine
That lie, therefore, was conveyed from the Chelsea Hos
pita' to the Sailor's retreat on Staten Island. That he
was there physicked with all sorts of medicine for a peri
od offour months, suffering all the time the most hearts
rending misery.- That, besides his afiectionof his bones
he was troubled much with a disease of the lungs: some
times Its would spit a quart of nide:min the day; besides
'this affection he had a bad Diarrinra, which had more
or lessaltended him ft om the eommenrement of his sick
ness. That at times he dreaded a stool worse than he
would have dreaded deal h; that he can compare the feel
ing to nothing save that of knives passing through his
bowels. After suffering worse than death at time Sailor's
Retreat.on Staten Island, the doctor told him that ermedi
eine was ofno use to him. that lie mu-t try to stirabout.
At this time he was suffering he greatest misery. That
his bones wire so tender lie could not hear the least press.
urenpon 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 of Dr.,
Brandreth's Pills, which he did, from 2441 Broadway
New York; that he commenced with five pills, and some
timesincreased the dose to eight. The first week's use
so much benefited him, that the doctor, not knowing
what be was using. said, 'now, Shaw, you look like a
Min again; if you improve in this way, you will soon be
well.' That he found every dose of the Brandreth Pills
relieve him, first they cured him of the pain when at
stool; that they next cured thediarrhwa, sad finally the
pains in his bones;—That the medicine seemed to add
strength to him everyday. Retold the doctor yester
day the 11th Instant, that lie felt himself well, and also,
that he owed his recovery to Brandretlis Pitts under
Providence, t hat he had taken the medicine levet y day,
for 19 days; that the doctor told hint if he had known he
had been taking that medicine, he should not have stayed
Another day in the house. Reconsiders it is his dm," to
make this public statement for the benefit of all similarly
afflicted; that they may know where to find a medicine
,that will core them. JOHN SHAW.
John Shaw being by me duly sworn this 12th day o
April. 1842, did depose and eat tha l the foregoing state
ment is true. J. D. WHEELER.Commissioner of Deedi
The BRANDHETEI PILLS are sold at Dr. Bran'
dreth's principal offire. I .131(0.9177,4Y. New York'
nectar his Prlnei Pa I office, N 0.98 Woodstreet.Pitieborgli,4
the ONLY PL.iCE in Pittsburgh where the genuioe can
be obtained,
sep 22—dw2m.
Nor can the Committee believe that. the second
of the..e plans would ever be adopted by any of
the Eur pean GJvertinient,, as they all have es
tablished a system of di.reriininatine duties and
tuu large d port! m of their Revenue from
the duties on Tobacco, CuErr.e, 'Sugar, and
similar :Articles to submit to the i:ninediate Jolla
Which would result from thi3 reduction to an
average ad valorem standard, while in other 00t113+
tries the imposition of a duty on Cotto❑ and
other raw w...terials, (qua! t.a that laid on menu. -
factored articles would reduce the !'boring popu—
lation employed upon them to a state "Putter dos.
taut ion.
• As evidence tf the variou3 rat• sof duty adop.
led u r Nat.trirs, the Cotriroit.te xculd state
that in E , gl.nd the duly io as follows:
'rub:leer", 7:1 cents p r lb. Uo?t , m, 70 cla. per
cwt. IV, 01, trout 2to 4 els. p r lb. Iron,"tit for
steel, 720 per cell'. Uuul, 9.60 pc- cent. hile
the guy. rourtrit leek r-u confident or ih.) atrdit w y of
her In / 1 1111 : actor-es ill co•ripete with other countries
th it she Las retitE:td ilia duty un ittanufaciur, a of :
(%o: tore to 10 per c. il., iii Woollens to 15 per c.
lb., or 114,:lw are and Gass to 20 per c. lb. altbo'Wilke
pay 30 per c. Ib. and paper 18 cis put -
In fact the duty on grunt ;nay now be eonsidered:'-i'
as ulnorst the only on, laid for protection, cod Va
ries according to the average price trolf3,...per
cent to 60 r cent the duty fdlowing the
price rises , and the scale being so regulated as to
exclude a supply offort ;go grain until the cow. -
sinners are reduced nearly to a vale of starva-
Li in,
The policy of Franee is somewhat similar in
regard to Grain, although in other respeet‘it is
very different—There Tobacco is a monopoly in
the hands of the Government—Cotton pays a.
duty of
f about $2 per cwt.—Wool, 22e. pr lb--Bar
Ironsl 54 to 8 10 100 per cmt.Chin
$l6 60 to $34 per cad, while manufactures of ot
ton, Iron, Wooll 0, and Glass, are entirely pro.-
hibded; and silk pays a specific duty of from I to
$2 per lb.
The Tariffs , of the other commetcial .Nalt .ns of
Europe are equally discriminating, although it it -,-
not thought necessary to enumerate them.
Your Committee are however induced to be-
Ikve that the true intc;.t and meaning of Mr.
Merrick's proposition is that the staple articles of
export from Europe such as Bar aad Rail Road
lion, Cotton, Woollen, and Silk manufactures,
Hardware, !Vines, &e., should he admitted into
our ports on payment of the same rates of duty at
which some of the agricultural productions of our
country such as Grai , Flour, Cutter', Tobacco,
Pot and Pearl-ashes, &c. should he received into
the polls 01 . sech 11QIIIMS as may , acceda to the
proposed arrangements: so that the duties to be
respectively charged both by this Government and
such foreign Powers, as rosy accept the propusi- -
tiun, will become a su' , ject for mutha/ adjustment,
by special negotiation-. In other words, to adept, .
the plan recommended by a writer under the sig- r .
nature of an American in London, republished in -
the Philadelphia E quircr of the 9th log. f rom
a ministerial paper, the Morning' Herald, whi c h
endorsee the views 'herein contained. In this ar..
tick it is proposed that Rail 'toad Iron, Tin pietas,
and Copper should be admitted to our porta free
ofduiy, while Corn, Cotton and Rice should be
also tree in British rdrts—that Silks, Linnena,
fine Cottons, oollens, and Hardware should be
subject to a duty of 20 per cent, to he balaneert,
by the same duty on Wheat and Flour, Pork. -
Beef, and other provi-ions—tnd that on Pigind
Bar Iron 50 per cent should be charged, while
an equivalent GI eat Britain should admit Tobacco, .„
at the same rate. It is presumed that these arts,-'
des were selected merely as illustrations of the '..."
v iewe
proposed d
by t po
he C licy, an
ommitted in
e. that light only are th ..1
ey . " 4
The difficulties attendant upon such negoeisa A
tions as this are well"l:Arrth,by Lord Auckland, 7 ,-7
who made the i''oniroircia*Orteitty between roira:,.-4
land and France, after he peace. of 118,3„agit aril
which was afterward* found so grasiisaipe.ltatuse mud
latter Kt° . be:one . of . Ous chief ctiwas of silisilleas4l,
the feeling' which was afterwards' manife s t e d i t ,
the VIM of the French -. ...-,,i ~;
into T
The Committee
e probab l e
i o w n a sodfirtehce ptedrolitmentidiaNite
ciprocal Tariffs upon the Commerce, Agriculture'
and Manufactures of the United Suites, respects
fully reports_
'CThe subject which has been referred to the
ommittee is one upon which the wisest states.
Imen have differed in opinion, and-yields in ion.
!port ince to few of the great problems of GollittiC : .
ment. Th.: advocates of Free Trade and difaiai.
taxation have been long arrayed in thlarileuntry
against the friends of a protective policy, aaditho
pol tical economists of Europe have been equxlly
divided upon the question: -
To trace the fluctuations or opinion on this
subject, or to recapitulate the arguments employ,
e'l by both parties, would extend this report to -
i an unreasonable limit without any advaltag, as
Ithe whole matter has recently undergone so tho- ,
rough an examination both in the legislative Halle
and the nornereus periodicals of the Union.
It has been theeffort of the Coin - nittee to avoid ':ti
all party bias or local feeling; neither I te approve ~1 4 4' ..;:
or to condemn any measure from its connection , A
with the politics of the day, and above el to • - 4.
forhear judging the motives .by which the ' stip. • „ I , l ; l '''
porters of the various systemi of perey- have
.. x . ,
been actuated. The Committee regret' tticit in, ',...,
ability to voice. into a full examination of the mile ' . --F -4..,
icct and submit the following remarks rattier
with the hope of directing public attention to 4
measure which they bclieve would be attended .*.
with injurious consequences, than with .
,the i ds
~:„ 'se
that they have given it all the consideratienit merits . :# f
Jo the absence of lull details of' the pr4ilitt -.1 ..?...i ;
Ulan it idot. easy to ascertain the preciserobisia 7 7
in view: in the words of Mr. Merrick it reifoli#4 l 44.
the President. is to propose " the formation*: ~.,
" Treaty of reciprocal Tariffs of ditties on all Illif7:
" ticks, the growth, prt , d eft or manufacture Of .-
mi .
" the respective entries, imported from the one A
- - ' et ,
" into the other, based upon the principle of equAl -, ~.-..
' uniform ad valorem duties in the respective -. 1.
.. - : 41
'• countries."
. - ..,.
- t... 1
This language admits of several different and
almost contradictory interpretations.
Taken literally, it. would seem to imply that if P.
any foreign nation should enter into the arrange, ..; , ,
merit, the same rate of duty should be laid on the --:..!,
same articles in both countries, passing from one -. - 1
to the other, whether they he provisions and ratt y - '',.•
mcetials, or luxuries and manufactured articles: " < , :;;'. ' .
or it may be construed to mean that an equal ' • -.-
rate or duty shall be laid upon all articles consti.
tuting what has bet n termed a horizontal Tariff s
similar to that recently in operation in this cone.
The first of L'iez-e p'aiis would suppose an at.
termite trenafer of articles from one nation to the
other and back again, as the markets in each
might vary, but it can scarcely be expected that
the Unitei States eau ever export her =Wise
tures to Europe, or under ordinary circumstances
receive provisions ;rum thence, althat any ar.
rangement of this kind would result in merely a
nominal reciprocity, being in eticct an admission
of the mant.factures and luxuries of Europe at the
same rate which they would charge upon oir raw
materials, provisions, and other astattias of neces.
- t
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