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VOL I._NO. 154
TglaMIC,--FIVE DoI.I.ARS a year, payable in
IStngle copies TWO CENTC.S.--for sale at the
DO!Wet Of the office, and by News Boys
The Mercury and Manufacturer
le rnatilithed WEEKLY, ai the game office, on a double
medium sheet, at TWO nor,Luts a year, In ad.
stance. Slottle copiei. SIX CENTS
Terms of A
Owe Insertion, 0.50 I
ir *a insertions, 0.75
Three insertions, 1,00
Oct week. 1.50 1
Nc f ro weeks, 3.00
Tam weeks, 4.00
Oas :timers. Tye Sqatares
lin annths, $151,00 I Si: months,
Ode year, 25,00 One year,
rrLarter advertisements In prornrtion.
Cl\ lindof four linen Etc DOLLkIIA a year.
CITY POST Orstc•. Third between Market and Wood
at re 4s—it. M Riddle, Postmaster.
Carroll Haase, Water, 4th door from Wood st. Peter
ana's liefilding4—Aajor John Wlllock, Collector.
Ctrr TISSMICIIT, Wood between Fir-t and Second
atreets—James A. flartram, Treasnrer.
VOCtitTY TRICLICRY. Third street, next door In the
Tbiti riPshyterian Church—S. R ..1011OSI on, Treasurer.
M lacrei Orme, Fourth, hetween Market and Wood
tR r...10,—.% lesa nder Ray, Mayor.
Excuatios. Fourth, near Market
Prreassoarsa,heivreen Market and Wood streets, on
hard aad ronrth streets.
Matymitsrirs' ►an I.IIOICFACTCII.ItRe aND FARICERS . Ds•
Mott Baum. (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, betwien
Aroesi and Market stieeto.
13.2 Fifthotreet, near %VGOd.
Itinitounarrays. florae, Water street, near the firld:e.
nien Horat.. corner of Penn and St. Clair.
11.11tIRCHorrs'llorst,, co, oer of Third a nd Wood.
A stsmicAll ficitzt..cornor of Third and Smithfield.
--"ThWtrZIII.TATC,I. corner of Penn street and Canal.
tirailak 16.0te, Liberty ctreet. near Seventh.
IMILLIOIS MANSION lioUsz,T.illerir Pt opposite Warne
thas.aortotivT Maaroon Horac. Penn St onoo.iite Canal
al6 COUNSELLOR AT LAW.—offve n•mo
sea to Bitten/en . , offices on Gant et., neatly opposite
Me new Court (louse, next mono; to John IL
dig .—Firgt floor. !r , i. 10
ELLiorr, M. D.--(l.ffice removed
L. St. Clair street, between Penn and Lairerig
Pittsburgh. s P 1 0
NEW GOODS.—Fulton dr Mackey, wliulesnle and
retail dealers in En2lish, French, and Domesur
Dry Conde, No !:I..tinrket +t r•itqlnirzlt !ter, 10
NrCANDLESS & 111"CLURE, Attornet,s Rod
Counselors al Law: Office in the Diamond, hack
sr the old Court (louse, Pitisliurali. seo 10
rt. Morrow, A bierm.in; olfi c north
side of Fifth at„between Wood and Smithfield
eta, Pittsburgh. son
TOIIN lIPDEVITT, Wholesale Grocer Itectift In:
• Distiller, And Dealer in Produce and Pitlstiorgh
Manufactured Article>, Ns. 224 Liberty Street. Pitt,
bur Eh. sep 10
Wil.41% 111 ( H. W1L1.14.7(311 1 - 1 ?I S. DI LW Oltll
Grocers Produce. and Coin m es on Mricitani.:, and
dealers in Pitt burets Manufactured article., No.
Wand street. se it 10
WIl• O'IIIRX ROBINSON, Attornes al Law;
Offtee on the north Aide , 4 t he Lhainond.bet wee
dolLtrket and Uoion al reels. Up si airs
____ tit' P 10
_. __
I. DURBORAW, Attorney - St Lao; truth,.
A. Ilk 11(01.C51.1,311315..rviers to Ilit public. ()dice cor
er of Firth and Market :4treet2 , , above D. Llny i ife Co'
a... 0 10
store, PiitAitreh, Pa.
JOHN B. Sitzutry .. .
SIJERIFF & KEAN, SI I ttoltcluri•rs of Copper
T. and Sheet lion Ware, No 80. Front tit , Fitt,
burgh, 'louse spouting a titl Steamboat work p. - ompilv
sett II)
! IJOS. B. YOUNt. & CO., Furnanie Ware
ft 0,11119., I ,Or.ier of 'laud .41. 4- Exch.)uge Alle y .
reraotta wirtitn; to purchno. Furniture. will find it 111
t heir advatitaue to .41V11 11. a call, het. r fully ~allifieti that
vre.'c.an ple:Lre a:t to quality and Imre. F,r , 10
MUTTON El rece'ved ItiOcltutce Mut
too tlams, wull cured and tor 5:1 le cheap by 'bp do
ten or retail,by ISAAC lIARBIS,
10 No. ').filth st
RUTA BAGA•— supp'y .
t..anureth's Fresh !lu
ta 84:3, and other different varieties of Turnip
Seal. Jost received and for sale at REDUCED PRI , an HI the
()rug and Seed SR,re of F. L. SNOWDEN:,
rep ie No. 184 Llbert y 11.% reel. head ot Vuod.
W EBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe alai all. t1:10•
ry, So. 83 Fourth St., nest 1190 f to I h.• . States
Bank. Ladies rruneila, Kid and Satin Shoes made ;n
he neatest manner, and by the newest French patterns.
tep 10
5,000 MORUS Mt' LTICAULUS. in 101 l tosuit
purchasers; to be disclosed of by
No. 184 Ltherty siree.l. head of Wood.
DAHLIA ROOrS, Flowers and Flower Seeds of ev•
ery deseription, can always be had at the Drug
and Seed store of F. L. SNOWDEN.
se, 10 134 Liberty Rime, Itrad of Wood.
15ft LBS. Illinois Annual Mammoth Onion Seed, for
1V sale at the Drug and Seed store of
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
r d; J W
ust received by
No. 184. Liheriy head of Wood et.
GARDEN TOOLS, consisting or Hoes, Fancy Spade,
Transplanting Trowels, Edding TUOI9, Building
Calves, Pruning Knives, r runing Shears, etc., jilgi re•
tetrad an 4 far sale by F. L. SNOWDEN.
Rep 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
CHOICE Venison ilams.•—Just received a small sup•
' ply of very choice cured Venison Hams, un retail
in small lots for current money.
and Coin. Merchant
WHITE Dutch Clover Seed, Orchard Grass and
Kentucky Blue Grass, always ow hand and for
N 0.184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
sale by
yap 10
VIIMITSI * BUCHANAN. Attorneys et Lars, office
rtmosed (rum the Diamond, to • Attorney'sltow,"
ready eille or ?earth street, between Market and WO
treets sep 10
AGISTRATES'SLANKS, for proceedinzn in At
NUL tackaoot under tioelate law,for sate it thill Office
'OR SALE.—Lakta oa the North East corner of Coal
LASS and High street. Apply to
asp 10 ElgNi. DARLINGTON, Market, near 41h at.
100 LBS. Landreth's Preset S.egar Beet exeed.just
received and for gale at the Dreg ■nd Seed
184 Giimecty street. Dead of Wood.
atone of
oep 10
copartnership heretofore existing between Wile
LISA =SY and BEN/Alegi! NOPEWSLL istbisday
dissolved by mutest consent. William Digby is authorised
tease the signature of the Otto in settling up the business
4 "el US Sri. -mu WILLIAM RIGBY,
(inc month, C.. 00
Two moats, 6.00
Three months. 7,00
Four months. /1,00
Slx months, 10,00
One year, 15.00
JOHNSTON 4. STOCKTON, Bookfellera. Printers an
raper Manuraciurers, No. 37, Slarkri vt. !Pp 10-1 y
JOHN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Water et..
near !he Motiongalipla H ouee, Pliiel ur¢h. Re p 10-1 y
LI:ONARD S. JOHNS, Aldertnan,St.Clair street.se
cond door from Liberty. sep 10-1 y
DR. S. R. TIOLSI ES, Office in Second street, next door
to Mulvany 4- Co's Glass Warehouse Fep 1(1-1y
SIIUNK 4. FINDLAY, Attorneys at Law, Fourth st.,
near the Mayor's Office, Pttistm rgh. sep 10- 1 y
/11HOS. HAM ILTON Attorney et I.aw, Fifth, between
%Vood and Stniihrleld sis.,Pol,4lnirrzh. .ep 10-1 y
HUGH TONER, Atto.nev at Law, North 1 7 .a , t corner
of Smithfield and Foorlit strreir.. nen 10--ly
HANNA 4 TIIIINIII.II.I,'S raper Warehouse, No.
1114, Wood At., where may be had a general •tupply
of writing wrapping, printing, wall paper, Wank books,
school books, kc, Qc. rep 10—ly
110 C. TOWN3END dr CO.. Wire Workers and
EL. Ma 71 afael , No. 23 Market street, between 2d
and 3d streets. sop W-1 y
EXCII ANG E 110 TEL, Corner of Penn and Clair
Pt reel 3, by McKIBBIN 4 SMITH.
'ep 10-1 v
ward tiothoA. Maonforturer of Iron and N;11 1 3
Warehouse' !To. W Doti 41.. I'lllo_lllTel. otro 10 -1y
IG META L —77 tons soft Metal for sale by
No. 12 Water greet
elo (1011 I.IIS B %CON A MS. 16,000 ll.s. flacon
•kir Shoulders. for so e Ity
J. G. A. Go n BON.
No 12 Water street
pr AS. Jr.. urar Poisburch,
SlantilM hirer of r,orks iiirulris and Bons; To
I.areo. Flitter. Mill and Timber Screws; House's Screws fur
Rolline Milk, kc. rep 10--Iv
JOHN fI'CLOSKEY• Tailor and l'lolh,r, Lil rr. v
etteel, between Sisth and Virgin nile), South We.
T W ttl' It URI DC: E 4. (20., Wholewrtle G roof., and
•V ftlerclinratt— Second it rert. I.ot wren
Wood ..tl.l Smithfield IP e., Pittsburgh. cep 10— 1 Y
G ¢ GOCUOV, Cornizilo4lon ■nd Forwarding
S , M rchn r.ro, Water at.. Pitialiurgh. kp 10--1 y
la A'd rast,s haniv, a good article, received per B
AA. R Corvalr, and fur sale by 1. G A. GORDON,
M.!) 10 NO. 12. 11 a'vr .trees
QITGA ft k• Mtn. AS: f —4O Nrw Ortplus Su
lor; 80 elite New OrIC:11.1 1 Mninwe-r; for I,y
Serllo 1.G. %. Got; Dos.
SI.TG .--7 10.34 !mu, N 11. Si.!3r. re , Pive , l
B Maine. and for calf by J G. 4 - A CrIR rooN.
oep 10 Nn 12, %Vlter bitreri
„ck BACON (7ASKS.in nrAMr, nn hand and for . 1 1e by
fJ 1 , 10 J.(.¢ A. GI) fl , 12, 'V 9t
Stie; All A NI) NOLA S . :AL:S.-I.i and 410 N. I)
S un ,. $ N.O. MolAl.te•, rcreived per s,ertrutmat
impori , r, mill fur SOP by J. G s r A. Gr )17 114". N
RCP 10 No. 12. Water <I reel
13131. S ',AEU) Gar 1 , 1.
00 11. A. FAIINF.STOUK ¢ 1.,)
ciutler of 6i h and %V ood er•
1631 PA PEES Germantow n Lamp Mark ior male
by R.A. rmisEsTorK ,
corner of F,r h a n d Vy
700 LBS Prepared C 1.11:. for mi.., by
A. FAHN rOCK 1.0
CT; AND 01/1. %S.SES —OOl ithilg N. .r.
17 5 23 btou do. .1... 1110 d... tor
S tie l y
•rp 1
1 11 be i , ld In itnnArtiory procretiell2, p oo.led
Bond irtnermod in lilt rOriliq approved by i Ile COUr:,l , or
:ii I lie Ohio of lite Merrnr% and Denlorrat. nen II)
111 IIIJB11.111.1), L 1 . 3,1114,1ta , dr 14 , 1 :toil
• • ,Itor ouf..clorer No. HO, 'Hurd s. reel.
%Wood aotiS,orilifield
liars rrru~~r iI lib. office io the I,llllel ul Firm sl.
Greet brl,cru lid CrAnt
f.liUk AV I I) SI N DS, 11 ATCII A/ CLOC' li
Cl' BY MAKER, No. 7, r_tt ci.,ir or. el, r,tiv
",. im•ch,
,e, 10
etopply ( - 0 Land,!leg Gar,len Seed-, niu.Ays ou
haul, and for ialr ;it 1114 3gettc y, Ilse I), u:!
~rr of
Liberty cirect, head of VVood
Dlt• DAVID %VAR') NU his office and I,liieliCe•
on Fourth Fa reel, nearly wow', of the I 'mint 11ougr
.cond t,om llo•a,tr,el Ile will Cm Molly a , tend
all rally Inn ill. prole•-tuil. Night calhw should lir
unite til I h.. door shove the hscenu`u 1. Fell 11l
REMOVAL —Mart hew Jonra, Bariser and Hair Dre‘s•
er, has removed to ['mirth at reel, oppositei he May
ors office. where he will be happy to:walt upon permanent
ur transient customers. He solicits u share of public pat•
Pep 10
WN. A. W A RD, DENTIST, Penn et. three
door below Irwin street, Flours of business. from
9k. M., until 5 P. K , after which time he will attend
to no one except in cases of actual necessity. He
would further inform those who may think proper to
employ hint,t hat he expects immediate payment, without
the necessity on hit: part attending in bills. sep IU
JOHN WFARL4ND, Upholsterer and Cabinet
Third st. between Wood 4. Market streets,
reek' ciful friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards. Hu.
roans, Chairs, rabies, Bedsteads, Stands. Hair and Spring
Maurasses. Curtains. Carpets, all sorts of Upholstering
wont, which he will warrant equal .o any made In the
city, and on reasonable terms. sep 10
ItEJUOVA 14—The subscribers linve retnot , d to Wa.
lee between Wood and Smithfield streets, where
they will continue the Wholesale Grocery and Commis.
sion hu , iness and would re.pertfully solicit the patron.
age of i heir friends J. W. BUR B RIDGE 4. Co.
Dec 3
iio Word Street, Pettsborgdi —R. A. Itaiesnitin.
A net looter and Coin Merchant, is now prepared
to receive and sell all kinds of Goods and Merchandtze,
at Ins dar=e and rapacious looms, No. 110, North East
Corner of Wood and Filth Streets. Fitishurr.h.
Regular sales of !try 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.
Hooks. kc., every Saturday ev ming.
Liberal advances made on Consignments when wanted
Messrs. John D. Da►ts. Esq.,
Baßatey 4 Smith.
•• Hampton. Smith, 4. Co.,
•• F. Lorene k Co.,
•• J. W. Burbridge 4 , co..
S. M'Ree 4. Co.
Capt. /awes ArGargiii,
.• C. ihmeen, Fag.
ka ... ipso M 'Fadden Esq.
• Logan 4. Kennedy.
.• J. K. Moorhead 4 Co.
Jas. P. Stuart, bq•
Robert Galway, Esc
Capt. Jas. May,
NeVai , Banns. it Co.
William Symms. Wheeling
.• B.G. Beery, Louisville
Smith, Dagraey 4. Co Philo
r•lrrierr.• nl,ll LC fm.l .1
J lj A. 1 1:i o11,1,(iN.
N.. 12 Wall, 1,1,,
l on Ba:s Rio Coffee.
oci 4.
11010 ERSE'S 110.9RHiRIND CANDY --Turn./ has
1 received this day from New York. n fresh supply o.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs, Colds and Con
gumption; and is ready to supply cus.tomersat wholesale
or retail, at his Aledica/ Ap ency, St; Fourth et.
nov 12
DA, I) CLARK, ..9g't. e'askionable Boot JVakee,—
tias to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where he wood be happy
to see his old customers. and all others who feel dispos.
ed to patronize hint. Ile uses notion:: but first rate
Steck. and employs the best of workmen; and as lie gives
los constant personal attention to business, he trusisthat
he will deserve at.d receive a fair share of patronage.
son 10
1it.11 . 1'6, ICE Cit fti • h CONFECTIONA RY.—
A Hunker respectfully informs Ills friends and the
puldic that they can always find the hest quality of Ice
Creams. to2ether with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in their ser•on, at his estahlishinerit—No. 11,
Fifth street, tieiwc n Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes. or anything to his line. Also families furnished
with Bread
L 4 HAM J. CLEM ER, 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, cough, heart.
horn, pain In the cheilt and stomach alwt”it after eating,
appetite, serration of sinking at the stomach,
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vomiting*, dizziness
towards night and iestleners. These had continued Up.
ward of a i w etre:llol,lh, when, on consuhiug Dr. Wm.
Evans.looChAlhatil i•lreet, and submitting to his ever
succeuful and agreeable mode of treatment. the patient
was completely restored to health In the short space of
O ne moot h. Nod grateful for the incalculable benefit deriv.
ed. r. tad' v canto forward and volunteered the above stale
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. eEI.I.P.R B. Agent,
No 20. Wood street. below Second.
Cheap for Cash.
Prices Reduced.
.kii.rt Bret}'a rt. Ltn( Retl Yarn.
No 5 at 16 eta. per th 500 tit 9 eta per da.
6 at 161 ditto 600 at 8 ditto
7 at 17 ditto 700 at 7 ditto
8 at 171 ditto 800 at 6 ditto
9 at lx ditto , 900 at 5 ditto
10 at 19i Auto ' 1000 at 4 ditto
11 a: 19 ditto
12 at 11 ditto ;Candlewick at 16 cis vt
13 at 20 d tin Com R.Otinz ' 9 ditto
14 at 2 , 1 ditto rantilv do (Midi
15 at 21 ditto t'arp's their, 10 ditto
16 at 22 ditto toe • 25 ditto
17 at 23 dttttt .siorkinie Varii
111 nt 21 ditto rov•rtrl Yarn 21)1 on
19 :it 2' ditto hand
26 ditto .roi too Warp.. made to order
under* proo.ptly 641 at J C
grntrerly'r. or rlfign.l nddre,
•JP ,_ .. o•ch X o o l,n. now flacon, jo , t retched t,y wagons
J IJF from Ohio, for vale I,V
rpit er hag recline .d Fashionaliie Tiatoritig
1. Fri atiii•linierit in the %Immo:site:a bons.. door
from .1. on stun tnieltt losold customers and
all outer. 110 nay favor him wills a call may depend on
havntrz their work done in a superior yie. Flom his
limg experience In the i,trinese In this city, and In many
of het r...l.,onahie CAIN , 111 Europe and America. be hies
eol,fldenl Mal In can ;Vv. satisiaciion to all who may
„N.., o 4, 0 , him watt itieit rnelolll. He Meld attention
to but, refs and SLlpc nut 1,01111141101110 lie ht :X . , 10 currn
led rrrrlvr a slirtrir of politic pal roe:att. Hr tr lend keeping
nii .111ti.1, for situ 41 , 7111ntd111.1118' 1• ivr the
Cil cl trajc U 61[ Ir M 111 be 15.4 ti Ji Very trtlll4 rd pr o“ ,
fF .1611
thr rn'erti
N Tli, I
itllt , the I:1'11. .y-,t•iii i. 1., nr I nn Illc pill. IC In Ito.
cnuntrv. I y tarrrtt , emenl . : pirlirtil3(ll, b iwr.nll , alio
mil, pt.,: hr. rand nil furl, hr rade, Who t r
y. 41 0. Dour lU 1110. 1 41.01 , 044. I , lll{l kw)" .o II ilr
11,11 l hey 10.1 d POI rrQJG n .portgr rbOh, rod
hj,•lniTd rhoo,:h to advrrih, ificto•rlvor art 121
tor. f. 04 1 ., and by the or old crrrJfiroVits. ruts.
r Ar korts no are frt rrally used I,y rittheigr io
Writ 1111' di( II" I hey n On. ~ .- f red in pal Mint , otr
In , tin..11 , p, , 10_ ril•infllel SoMe 0 1 .111:011i ler lie
people'. poierfl iti- are
pl gun 11. e i nlrlle nod are rnore ( till
Iled 1. r trplti in.le I 1..• lii Ilium+ ',el 111.1:1,11. 1 ... pill. liri1110e•
(lull •.rer among l lie I 11/rye/ides. wnich
I p, every 11, rea.l
pi. I W.W.I 4.7.1..0 11l timer 1.0 *tett to hove 11 1-11 f
marts h r p , nit mile make n tulle 11,411 fry
4,1 !Ile,' thin Is 11w Warr %%here lUry ran
he ncronlisibalated; B. 0.
J ui 7-- 3ur
DU Lit Y.V6).: I.X CII 1-..111S TR r— Fast I”fita
the It ,ir and will trot thr akin
Thl+ lit I' lit 111 the form of 11 Powder rh ell in
of Incl Indy he notdird to the hat , over nt:td,
lornl tic the 1121itent or errs hair to dark brown, and
by repeatlng n i.erond or third ni2h l , to n jet hiaek. Any .
peroon Ina y. therefor e, w tlh the lOntailda TOUtdr,
I.ten 1114 hat, any dark ,bade or a per6 - el block, with the
tlo•ltive n , ruraver Ilmi if n pptir , t to Ilia Pain
will not color It. There la flirtorin! in odatetnent.
AP :I , IV one 111:1 Vra. , ly lost far , s are warranted
by she the r INI Maio tonna:Win, 11.
Far vale at TUTTI.F.*:‘, 86 Fourth whore a
13r7e afgAorlfnenl of Patent Mediclnet tray always be bad
at either whellegnle nr retail.
Don't forget ! BG Fqurth arrect
rpo TIIE PUBLIC, and rartionlarla to **V !urine*
1 patrons of this city:—Having retired tront the
practice. of Medicine. I may he permitted to say. that a
hat fallen to I lie lot of t of few persons to have enjoyed
so iowral or lanze n .eliare of obstretrical practice as my
own has been for thc lain 30 or 40 yearn.
The experience °filial long period of active life, and i he
fact of my having been twice, since 1830,as.ioc.iated with
Dr. It. A. Wilson, In the pu-lice of medicine, (In kph%
period of live veers.) enal,los me to Judge fully or the
nierlts of Ills pills.
So convenient, so efficient, and yet su safe, did I esteem
these pills, that for the last five yea?, In my practice for
the cure of chronic diseases,of whatever natia, and those
0( (euates in particular, I have used more of them than
all other medicines.
Like every other medicine, this most fall In some in
stances, but In my hands there has been Inca disappoint.
ment and more satisfaction In Cie administration of this
one remedy than of all ot hers; its good effects sometime■
guile astonishing m•.
If my patient rentilred a pare aperient medicine either
.erore or after parturition, the Wilson's pi Is were Just
the thing 1 wnnted.
It a dyspeptic acid condition of the toomach. combined
with costiventtss or Inactivity °Nile liver conga 'tilted the
dipeape of any patient. the pills were Just the thing I
If I treated a CAM! requiring an emmenagogue, the
Wilson's pills were just the thine I wanted.
If palpitation, headache, flushed counienante.or other
ihficuhtea,indiralin!a dkdurhanee of the circulatory
and secretory systems, annoyed my patient at the turn
of life,' the Wilson's pills were just the thine I wanted.
Thus. without resn,et to the name, a dtsentte might
happen lo wear at the lime I hilve bad It under treat
mem, particular indications or symptons arising. were
al — ay■ toot promptly and most happily met by the
Wilson's pills.
That so great a number of diseases, and sometimes np.
parent'', ormoslte ones, In which I base used these pills,
should he ented more readily hy them than by any other
remedy, may at first seem strange and contradictory, but
why tt is so Is as clear to my mind as that a great many
persona should become thirsty from is many different
anuses, and yet all require that common and greatest of
all blessings, water to quench their thirst.
In conclusion, it Is due the eputation of the medicine
and the pabitc, to say decidedly and unconditionally, that
the Wilson's pills ars the only combination I have ever
met with In my tongcourse of practice, that really pos•
eesresanything curative Of specific for sick headache,
Yours 4.e., DC MILO ADAMS,
The above Pills designed particularly tbr the sick
Haed.Actie, Dyspepsia, Constipation of the ,Bowels
prepared by the proprietor Dr. R. A. Wilson, and for
sale, whotaraie and retail, at hie is Petra WNW,
below illarbary. Oct 1
For sale by
DR. GOODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pills arestrongiy recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their eel, 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
ted Slates, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
rtetall. by 11. E. SELLERS., Agent
WR• ADAIR, Boot and Shoe Afaker, , Liberty St.,
opposite the head of Smithfield si., Pittsburgh.—
The subscriber having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
In the old stand of Mr. R., and Is prepared to execute
all deeeriptlons of work In his line, in the best manner
and on the shortest notice. He keeps cot - stantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findings of all dessriptione and
of the best nnalitv. He sati?ilif the patronage of the pub
lic and attic erect. Wltt. ADAIR.
sep 10
J %MI 1.:A1) 3. Co
14R I..rwriv .1
No. 20. Wood Street, below Second
mad Axles for Carriages at Easters Prices.
The subscribers manufacture and keeps constantly on
hand Coach, C and Eliptic Springs (warranted.) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated flub Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Sliver and Brass Lamps, Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Door Bandies and Hinges. ike ,kr.
St. Clair it.. neat *1 e Allegheny Brtdte.
HD. SP.LLERS. M. D , office and dwelling In ?north
• near Ferry street. :en 13—ly
The attention •fthme who have been somewhat veep.
neat in reference to the numerous puhtished
in favor Of Dr. Rent v ne's Compound Syrup of W lld Cher
ry, on account of the persona being unknown In this ape
lion of the State. is revx.ololy directed to the following
rent iffrate, t he writer of which hap been a ell ken of !WI
borough for neveral . • end In known an a gentleman
of integrity and responsthilli V.
To tke Agent, Mr. 1. tires•
•I have used Dr Swavnee Comp and tayrup of Wl'a
Cherry for a rough. with which I have been aeverely Al
flitted for ntrout ftaur month., and I hive no heattntlon
in toying that It leihe mom effective medicine that I have
brim alar to procure. It compotes all unesalnenno. and
agrees well with my diet.—and manialns a regular ■nd
good onrwtoe. I can freely recommend It to sill Whigs
dmlhrly enllrled. J .11ftwwi, Borough orChuonherst.f.
March 9. IR4II. fp On
rer rale by WILLIAM THORN No. 53 Market Frani.
ThEftt 4 ONS desirous of proeurink Fruit. shade. and
Oreemenial Tree.. or Shrohtmrs, from Phlladel
pl Is or No•Vir York. are regneried to mike appliret ea
•null 01 pnip.l ), lP, at the Pru! •nd Steed Fiore of t he sub
eerlher, where can be had catalogues, f rattil , nugl V. of the
n:Ostre , enent •ertel{ra. F. L. SNOWDEN.
IMO 31 No 184 T.ther, y street, held of Wont
lor A 1181. F. M SHP 'lC'r‘ Y --Patrick Cos field ,e•
II 'pert fully acquaint, hi, frlend• and the public! ...so
erally, that he ha. romtnenred the Marble ttualneyk al the
earner of Falk a nd Liberty •t... where will be rourtanily
nn hand. tomb atone.. mantel wet monument.. heed
and fool stoner. table Oohs for cabinet n ore, and every
officio nopertolelny to the htt•in•aa. Ile will warrant hla
work tube well dnute, and hl• rliarcek be moderate.
He respect fully ark, a elsofe of outtllc pot ronate. ter/ 10-
WM. STEELE. :.mereettor to H. M'Clorkey) Faith•
to.ta In Rout Maker, Liberty at., id door from
VI-yln Alley ! The subscriber respectfully Inform, the
pantie that he tt.hi commenced the above Ittwlnetwt In the
cthoo formerly occupied by Mr. Henry M'Cloakey,
land that he I. now prepared to wend to all order, In his
! line of Itunlnekk with de•patr h and an the most reasonable
lyrrew. From tit. Inn: eniwrlener In the montifocitire of
rashinnell• !loots, tw few+s runndent toot all arttcles
from bit estobileltment 111 Ore eat htfortlon to ht. pa
vrOlil. %hereof public pal rona.:e I. respect I,oly nollett,
A srp 10
S171.:1)S ( •upply of nor! tare.* c.o.
of Cann,. H..-nn Rat , •: Juo recited 19
fvl, 3 1' I. SNOVV9F.ti, 14R Liberty sl.
['Littoral S, xle. uo to In 0..1., we : igh , I.r. a'
113.5 00
do do du d o 2 . 005 at 845 00
do do do do 1,510 at 35 011
do du do do 1.0110 at :in no
do do do do 5110 at 25 00
With raising levers an addition of $3 to each scale.
Dormant scales for the tve of W•reitouses, Flouring
!tills. 4.c.,1he 'rime prices as above.
A lan, White's Patent Counter Scale, with 0. Young's
improvements. and a variety of oilier counter scales,
which they will &ell for front R to $l5,
They also manufacture Steam Engines for Flouring
Mitts. Saw 111111/. Salt Works. 4c.. double anti singe
geared slide lathes foot and other lathes for wood turning
machines for tenanting chairs, planing machines. door
and sash machines. patent horse power, with or
Without I hrashing machines, a tit perior article; circular
w shafts, machines for sawing lath, Tinner`a mu
, chine , and tools ofalt deseriptions,also fur making black
log boxes, a superior article; governors for stertm engine.
Ouch*, raps and dies, coffee milli , . liedatead or joint Clots
and inarhtnery for making the same, cotton factory ma
ehincry made or repaired; printing press Warrens turned
and printing presses repaired
JAMES' MAY. Agent.
sep 22—tf YOUNG .fr BRADBCRY
J OUR B. GUTHRIE, Auctioneer and Commis
Won Merchant,Ne.l.o6,cornsr of Woad ¢ Fifth ate.
Pritt•batehrA: iiavina been appointed one of the Auction•
eers fot the City of Pitsburgh. tenders his services to lo'.-
bets. manufacturers 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 frusta to salkfy correspondents by quick sales, and
speedy land favorable returns.
That the various interests which may he confided to
him, shall be adequately protected, he brings to the aid
of his own experience in hitsiness nti acqnaintance with
merchandise generally, the service* of Mr. Eason
FAnicirrocc; heretofore advantageously known. as an
Importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent engagement is made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan, Pree•t. of M. 4 M
• flank.
•• Darlington 4 Peebles,
Roberi Ratway,
•• James M. Cooper,
o R. M. Riddle, plttsbuegh
•• Wm Robinson. Jr. Pres't
of Exchange Rank.
Himpion,Smlth, 4 Co.,
John D. Davis,
•• J. K. Moorhead,
Jag. W. Brown 4 co.
John H Brown, 4Co
&oh,' 4 Thole,.
Verdi, 4 Slime.
John d. Mild%
Jobe Delaell,
Ts mons 115 basbeleet teed goality Clew Seed. Ales
j.. 50 ember prime Timed," fed pie is leis to mitt.
lee Liberty *-
Who **nu for iale Se bushels Orchard Gramo
feb it.
mproiretl Etas
tnufaciored he
11 , 9 T M
,nhi .oreet. two
ore It'll!, Pitta
toufartore and
trot the bow
y compbeet.l of
No. I, Purl
AhIO Platiorso
Otaial Vu
Rs/111. TO
I up 10
Far publishing a nem Daily Paper in the City of Pills
burgh, to be entitled the
E Subscribers having made arrangements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Mercu
ry Info one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daiis Alsrraisg. rest.
The leading object of the ' POST" "Nil Ibe the dtssemlna
tion 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 lie thoroughly
democratic. yet the Editors hope, by giving on honest,
candid history of passing Political events. Foreign
and Domestic Ditellintrice. and brief notices of nit mat
ters and occurrences thnt come properly within the sphere
of a Public Journal, to make their papet sufficiently in•
erecting to entitle It to the pal ronage of the public, ir
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the politteal and general news that will
be found in the ...Morning Post," the Editors will lake
pains to furnish the business.; commOntly with
the latest and most lott.resting Commitincist. ttrtiit•
grace from nil parts of the country, and to have prepa•
red such accounts of ;he Markets and the State of Trade
as will be advantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men In their several callings.
Terms.—The PosT will be published en a large imperi
al sheet of fine paper, (manufactured eripecially for this
Murrill) at the nom:natty low rate of FIVE 11IILLA
per annum,payable In advance. It will also be sold by
news.hoys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Advertisements will be Inverted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
Otr-TWENTY active lads arc wanted to Fell the Pott,
who will be engaged on the moat liberal terms
Auzust 31, 1942
100 MIDS. KY LEAF TOBACCO. in pt nre and
for lair t.y .1. G. ¢ A GORDON.
sop 1 , ..S No. 12, Water street.
BY Morrisnn k Co. London, for telle only by S. IS
Wickersham, corner of Wand street and Vitali,
alley Pit tsburtth Pa. ■nd 11. Norwood, Beaver Pa. who
Is Pale scent for Western Penns!, tvanla. sep 10
FAR Al FOR SA IS —The undersivied offers for PliP R
tract of land situated 4 mile; rm... freepriii, In the
direciion of liiitannine. Buffalo hownwhip. Armetrone
county. ronielning 100 acres, 65 cleared and under good
fence; lit of ‘whicn are In meadow— n food equare lot
dwelling hnuseand cabin hero erected thereon—an apple
orchard of 80 bearlnz trees—and a Raring of eitellent
water convenient tothe house.
FOR TRAMS apply to the subscribers residing et the
Saitororks on the Penn•ylvantn Canal, I mac above Free
111'Closkeyls ClOihillg Store !
E.l Y 31.111) E CLOTHING
No. 151 Liberty street, one door from the
Jackson Foundry.
qui; subser.her Is just rece:ving at his well known
establishment, the largest, most tinned and CHIA/4MT
ITnCL OF GOODS tact Aids seer been offered en tats city
Every article wa• selected by himself in the eastern ci.
ties, and purchased at the °were cash PRletl, and he is
therefore ensOled to sell his urttcles Hied] lower than
they can he had at any other establtsitinent west of the
His articles are all wade by exper.enced workmen.
6 out the latest menu fa. lured goods and I n the wool
Ile frets confident that all persons who will call at
his est abliediment and elalnihe Ind rut k will be satisfied
that BETTER I 3 %RG ylNs can be ohtaisied at the
than at any similar establishment in the city.
II in stork t ot , sists in part 01
Couts,Pantaloons, Vests, Drawers, Shirts,
C'ravals, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders,
".1 ever , : other article of Clot hung of the bent sit le
From his varied stock of cloths lie is rewired to
MAK E CLOTHES TO fill DER at the shortest notice,
„cedeln nittorpa , sed by Sul other Pitiddirgli
and warranted to fit.
pluck of Spring and Summer ("?‘ ad: k superior to
an y prr vioun imeortallollll and he has no hesnat 101 l in
that fur exceilenee, ienuty a ri d clieapnrrs th e y
cannot he equalled In the west.
'I ire sithi:crther would 00Cr! more return hie thanks to
hie frirride and the public for the unprecedented pal roll.
. i 2O bestowed on he , i.• OMM nod believing that
hit , had fund it to I tit ir advantr ge to drat
ti hill.. he a fold repeat hie invitation to till (lure
t. 60 u.i ii la iturche,e dlotetrig of every de.cr7ption ut
biwent pi it ,to call at So 151, Li tIVATTSTREni.
Viate in the Pavement.
Fel, 22
Passage and Remiltance,
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gill* t 1 i i a it, * Cti le ‘
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New York and Liverpool Line.
PERSONS eesirous of itendin..; for 0 el; friends to
route from any part of Great lir 'tato, are respect
frilly informed that the sole:crater is at all times pre
pared to innke such erieser n.rnta• He Is prepared
to remit motors by drafts, which are, made payable itt
any point throu2liont the United Kingdom on priest nia.
lion; hayini4 been fur the last 12 years enr,aized In the
hitt:mess. he feels eut•flitent that bin arratteriments on
both olden the Atlantic are such as will give , atisfactiott.
The Slops comprising the above lire, are all of the first
class and are emit ntanded by careful and sklllfol masters,
leaving Liverpool once each week dutlniz II e season.--
For further particulars apply It by letter to
N 0.61 South street, New Yolk.
at Messrs Wizen 4. Fleming's, Water street Piis'bgh
March 3--2md.
r Ntilr3 Line /A preoared ;o commence huslitera on the
openNii2 of the canal. it 14 compoFed (west of rol
umbia) of First CUSS Portnole Beata, chartered fertile
-eason, each boat tieing in charge or AA respective owner,
The line has at a heavy etpttn.e taken a Pours or In—
ISDIWICII from one of the moat suhstanital and prompt
(Aces in t he United Stamen, coverinp all good.; shipped
by It, (free of expense to eke owners of the goods ) Ship.
pets desirous of availing themselves of this insurance
roost give notice at the place of shipment of the value
Of their goods.
The rates of freight . will be HA low as by any respon
glide carriers, and the facilities for giving satisfaction to
customers in ail respects ■re Faro:ward by no line on
the canal. Shippers to and froth the east ace respect.
fully invited to call.
the business will be conducted by
90 Frani street and Canal Basin, Piltshorg
Foot of Dock street, Philadelphia.
New York.
A. L. LOW, Coluatia.
March 4
rims. PIA I.LIPS
There is much Imaginative delicacy and genes
ine feeling in the following litres by a fair con
tributor to the Dublin University Magazine.
She plies her needle till the lamp
Is waxing pale and dim;
S.ie hears the watchman's heavy trampi
And ahe inuA watch like him:
Her hands are dry, her forehead damp ;
Her cia , k eyca I( ndly swim,
Look un her w.,rls! her blossom flowere t
Tue lily and the 1 osp,
Bright as the toms of bummer hours,
But not to die ' , lie those;
here, fadeless as in Eden's bowers,
Forever they repose.
Once, maiden, thou wart fresh and flir t
As those sweet flowers of thine;
Now shut from sunny light and air,
How cans't thou choose but pine?
Neglected flows thy raven hair,
Like the uncultured vine.
Look on her work:—but look the more
On het unwearied heart,
And put aside the chamber-doJr
Thut duth the daughter part
From that deer mother, who before
Taught her this cunning art.
She sleep!—that in , ,thet eiek and pale-4
She bleeps—and little deems
That she, who doth her features veil
Ail day, in flitting gleamy
Of anxious hope, this hour doth hail;
But not fur happy dreams.
God bless bcr in tizr lons empldy,
And fill those earnest ey,cs
With visions of the coming joy,
W a iting h. q. sacrifice,
When they who gave her this cmployi
Pay her its stinted price!
Think how her trembling hand will clasp
The treasure it will hold.
With that which seems a greedy grasp..:
Yet not for love of gold;
That look—that sigh's relieving gas,'
Its deeper hprings unfold.
Think how her hasty feet will Loom
The market uhd the a reit,
To purchase fur her humble home
Th e 1:, o d and clothing meet,
And with what glethle,o; s he will corm) 4
Bac:, to this poor retreat.
Poor maiden! if the lair ones who
Thy graceful tirnidery bu . ,
Only 0. - fr half thy struggles knc.v , r,
And filial piety,
Met.,inks same drop ut pity's Cow
Would gem the proudest ey e.
It ia nut here its Intl reward
Thy gentle heart will prove,
Here er r roust Ih, lot be hare,
But there is One above
Who 9, vs, sod will not disr, bard,
Thy consecrated kyr ;
Students three have crossed the Rhine.
'Turning from the road aside,
Tu the title inn they ',lied,
Hu -tern, bring ub wine and he..r—
Send y nut hale daughter here.
My beer and •eine are fresh and Jeat-
M child is i ne r bier.
the row' w 10 n cent they,
Where the black pall u'er her lay.
Th e h drew aside the ve.l,
And gazed upon the feature:, pare
'.lh well. thou Vivi nz stlll, sweet Niny,
1W wwld l love tbec Frow thin
did the i.ecorid spread
'Elie veil and wept—and turned I,ls head
'There art thou upon thy bier,
Whom I leived this !tidily a year.'
And the third the veil uprist,
And the dead white !ilia he ki't
'Love t) thee long yea7e I bore,
Love thee now and ever more!'
Specie in ilintion.—The Peoria R.egia.-
relates the following incident: 'Two wa
gons with specie arrived at Pr inceton, Bu.
rt au county, on Monday of last week, in
the midst of a heavy allow storm. The
landlord of the house at which they stop,
ped, anxious to oblige his guests, nommen*
ced helping in with the boxes, but being
unpractised ih the art of handling sp#eie,
he let the first one fall, and the half dull
lets rolled nut like marbles. Here ties it
pretty kettle of fish, The snow was near
ly a foot deep, and the wind blowing with
merciless severity.
The receiver (Judge Garnaey) observing
through an open door that there was a large
kettle of water on the kitchen file, order.
ed it to be brought, which being poured
upon the snow, removed it almost instant.
ly. The money was Rathered up and oft
being counted it was found that only two
half (1 , 11 - .. rs out of thirty hundred were mis%
sing. Th e son found next
moriiing, when all was made right again:
It appears that in the great gale in the
Gulf of Mexico, in September last, three
vesse's of war were lost, ae they were in
the Guile! the tirne,and have not since been
heard (rum. They were the English brig
of war Victor, the French brig of war Du
nois' and the Texan schooner of war San
Antonio. Nearly or quite three hundred
men perished with thew vessels. The
Dunois was from Havana for From). the
Victor from Vera Cruz for the West los
die; and the San Antonio from Galveston
to blew Orleans.
There is . village in Georgia, where ant a
ainetedveraf ardent apiritsia sald.—Pitita.
einretre. 2'