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MARCH 28. 1843
.11:1 1 •1r-heRev Mr. Sauter will preach in
the South Cortirrinn Church this and to
Jefferson's Birth Day.
t This memorable day will be celebrated
with grand eclat in this city. The volun
teer companies will all be out during the
dip, and a splendid supper will be served
h'by the prhprietor of the United States
otel, Mr. Wm. B. Thompson, in the
evening, to which all the friends of the
Political Principles of the great founder of
American Democracy will be invited. We
hope that the Whigs will not allow mere
...party prejudice to prevent them from hon
"'"Wllaiss.the-Inemory of this great man. On
-.Atbia occasion let us be "all democrats and
ail federalists," to use the language ()four
, distinguished fellow-citizen, Mr. Samuel
We are gratified to learn that our friends
0. H. Browne, Erg ,of this city, has been
itaaftimously elected an honorary member
of the '.HICKORY CLore' of the city and
County of Philadelphia. This club is one
of the most important"political associations
In the country, and comprises among its
members a large portion of the leading
jpiliticians of the eastern part of the state.
re people going crazy?—A new pa
per made its appearance called the
"Weekly Journal," and we hear of several
ether papers about to be started in this
;.,ty. What nonsense it is for men to en
vie rn such a business at this time, when
she old established papers can hardly get
We. are told that some of the volunteer
eiarnpaniea are preparing to turn Out on
•-the gd of April for Jefferson's Birth Day.
- ..! .
cateed of the 13tb,which is positively the
1115y. 7 , In some of the eastern cities they
~se gorin g to take the 12th and some the
,'but they are all wrong, —the 13th of
.4n-if la the right day, and no mistake.
.ass , --i2Voi scovered.—The man or womp
alholeft the ithnt at the door of a gentle
rlttin the 4th street mad, when it perish
of cold, has not been discovered.
iing not much display is made by the pm
printors. the bill nightly wtf•red draws re,.
kably good audiences. Go then. il
-4.,c,Aa went fun.
The Oratorean (late Pittsburgh Thea
tre.) pripmises io he a place &f rare amuse•
went during the exhibitions of M.'ssrs
:aronson and Natal. Persons who have
-Abate -and ninney to srrnd could not find a
..mote Fatima, place for evening amuse.
Lasties'llsir.— See advettisemeut of the
- Weir of the Ladies of the sth ward Re
•fbrmed Presbyterian Church, which is
field in Wood street above Diamond al
'frt.—Yesterday morning about 6 o'.
clock, a flame was seen issuing from a
Chimney on Wood street, between sth and
bistuond alley. Several bqys tried to
raise an alarm, but they could tint.
The Chrunicie says a person is suspect.
ed for having set fire to a house in Me
aty city, on Friday night last.
Excruciating.—Th e Sun of yesterday
morning perpetrated the following:
Why is our pressman like very hot wa
iter? Because he's Boylax.
_,..wgr we never have any Spring"—is
>• sentence which yesterday was in every
postann's mouth. On Sunday we hid
r: ther a floe day, though, a little cold, and
WI kinds of people whose patience have
been worried by waiting fur sunshiny
weather, laid the flattering unction to their
souls that the wiot-r was over for this
timP; but yesterday morning they were
greeted when they looked out by a about
2 inches of snow and more falling. They
sneaked into their rooms again full of
gloomy thoughts, Millerism, E srt hquakea
and bad weather haunting them as they
iJt by their blazing fires. But where's the
aims in sighing? Spring will come in spite
of moat and the predictions of Miller.—
'Doke our word ((nit., and make yourselves
Only fourteen churches at St. John's,
♦atigca, remain in sufficient repair to be
3 feet water in the channel
' . .tirithes anti Deparlure t :ince our lasire;ort
APliallier of Pill-burgh, McCullough. Cincinnati,
4 :? - i:`,1Nerth Ckllef P. AteEean, Wellsville,
Deny, D.:an, Cincinnati,
...L . eland, Hemphill, do.,
-4 ' ar lqktiehigan, Boles, BEaVer,
,14,....-- , DEPARTED.
: 41 Piliehigatt. Bops. Bever,
' 'linker, Cincinnati.
,Ben ieu, do
Poe, Wheeling I'' i litemphill,- do, it
Ilk arc proviiten eithtlinn'it 115001 - -1
0 . 112 0 611 4.1 1 04~1100.111.. - 'NM
1100 Z AND 'WOE lixsa 11101161 ANL) EXCHANGE tasr.
conitrorrb bLicy, ter ALUM KIRAIttR, ir.xctAnot 11101/CGl'
N. W. Corner of wood 4- lifih Sts. I
Tae proprietors or the MORIVINU PINIT and MERCURY
♦so MANUIECTORRR respectfully Inform their friends
and the palronsof those papers, that they have a large
and well chosen assortment ol
AND , &II Olt i nTat REA E a M111.3,4,Za
Necessary to a lob Printing Office, and that they are prt
pared to execute
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTIO?4.
Books, Bills of Lading, Chet,tare,
Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards,
Handbills, i Blank Checks, I Hat Tips*
au twos of 'Blanks,
Stage, Stemhaat, awd OHM/ Boat Bats, with apps.
Printed on Ihnshortest notice and mast reasonable terms.
We respectfully ask the patronage of nor friends and
he public in general in tills branch of our business.
PittsbUrgh, Sep:. 39, 1643. PHILLIPS 4 SMITH,
SHINN & SELLERS'
CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS,
Stand Unrivalled by any Medicine known
for the cure of the
; - N'
SYMP I . OIIIS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
General loss cid ppclite, sickness of the stom—
ach, pain in the head, shoulders, back and sides
sense of weariness, with sleepless nights, costive •
ness of bowels, followed in some cases by looseness,
slight, dry cough, low spirits, with disinclination
to every duty, are prominent symptoms of a did
eased slate of the Liver. The Liver i. , , however,
often much deranged, when the most formidable
symptoms are absent, and becomes sadly out of
order before it is known.
This celebrated m diciiie has been in public use
for about seven years, snit has adpired a popular i.
ty for miring the liver complain', v.hich is not sur
passed by any remedy befoi e the public. I'Vlien the
symptoms abase mentioned are I..reselit, and the di•
reelions strictly followed, the proprietor IC perfectly
willing to refu n d the money, if no bei.efit is derived
/coin the use of the rills.
IrrAs an Anti Billiiiicti nr Purgative Pill. they are
not si.ruassell, and should be used m plat e et the don.
monpills of the day.
Thn following certificate is from Rec. G. L, Sis
slot, of the Methodist Ep sciipal ( horch, and worthy
t h e attention oftlinse similarly tiff. died.
Gentlemen—Thee few Imes Will inform yell that
during last spring I wes a tTecred o iiti disease of the
Liver, indicated by the loos of appetite. Peing ad-
rimed to made use of your `Liver Pill; I did so, and I ,
before using h tlf a ti .x I +t it..; i e:4:m ed to my ta•ual
health. I feel boatel, therefire in eiiitside arum of
the benefits I hat e revel , ed I , mi tne nn dicine, to re, I
C , lnMeteri IT 10 others laboring finder similar a Illic-
tiotti., feeling confident that they si I I that it a Cheap :
and successful remedy.
ltespectfully vnurs, itc, i
Pitts. Dee, 30, 1836. G. L. 81:•:;SON. l
j Shinn & Sellers' celebrated Lit. r Pills 770€ a Quack
Tbr rollovi leg tesbin mini !vial Dr. l'a , tello, I/I
P i triSMOinh, (lh a, a graduated phpician,llllll all rd]
prßctitinner, ra sllfficletit prttor fill' the til•N! lIICt rdli•
111711 3tlino & Sae. s , Celebrated Li% er Pitts,
do, anti ca, , , relieve the affil c ed.
Mritiirt. Silo & Seller s—Gentle men—ll
me great pleaFtir, to sa v that I lyre oil le ,ep e a err
itialmof y ,, or Celebrated er 1 3 .1.5, WO (ilia it, m
better o•'apted to dte p..rro,e for WI ;el) aloe are
titstiuted, (Liver dieot,ut •..) 11,2.1 a.l ii.Jlcy , t „ r
"mhi„ation or tord.e.y.es I ha,e rvrr oNetl. They P
are ill great dendinti here, 'and act well.
l e olos, truly,
R. 11. PA'ITELLO, M. D.
Pertsmono , Ohio, J. 15 h 1836.
Rend the following testimony and disbelieve you
Cat michaellov, n, Greene CO. Pa.
Sept. 20, 1812.
Mr. FL E.•Sel'cr,—F or several years I was the
subj:ct ol'a otog unyielding attack of the Liver
complaint. It would he useless tor the to attempt
to give y. II an account of in f suffering, as it could
only be felt, not deserib , d. But such was the se
verity of my disease, that for days and weeks t
I knew not whether I should ever r. cov
er my usual hcal h.
I continued in tois wretched condaion, until the
Christian Advocate fell into my band and upon
comparing the symptoms of a if sea:•ed liver as
Igiven in the advertisement u ith my own, I found
that they corresponded in nearly every particular.
From that eireinns twice I et as induced to try your
justly popular Liver Pills, and you may be assu
red that it is with !lie greatest pleasure that I in
form you that the Leer Pills hove been of more
serve. e to me than all other remedies I have ever
used, and I now enjoy better health than I have
done fir the last eight years.
Signed, MACY BORHER.
Pittsfield, Warren to. Pa., Der.. - 2.1, 1841.
Messrs. Shinn &S. I;ent-1 enj reasonable
tveahh atnresem, arid I must say that I hate 1:0. iverl
(sore benefit from your pills than from any other
medicine, and I believe them to be the best pill we
have ever had in this part of the ronlit.y. When
in Pittsburgh last Spring, I bought a hall box•
re of your pit's, and when I reached bums I found
my wife veiy it', with the doctors attending her.—
The disease did not Abate until I gave her several
doses of ihe Liver Pill; since that she has gained
much, and is now atde to attend to tier usual wen It
I a4mt of your pills, and desire you send me half
a ifliET'boxes by malt; the half of the la.t Lit were
distritlnted amongst my neighbors. I have bought
your pil!a stow for titres years and shall continue to
do so as long as 1 run lurnher in Pittsburgh, as I Ctin.
cider tließt the best ;IN that has ever come be fore the
public. Vows, truly,
Prepared ONLY, aml sold wholesale nod retail,
R. E. SELLERS,
(Successor to Shit n & Selleis.)
No. 20, Wood st, below Second, Pittsburgh.
Birmingham di. Co ~
ACVT'S p)R STEAMER CLEVELAND
March 2-2. A ud Cleveland Line.
9 0 000 I.RS Raton (lin.lround) just received,
egoi 1 per Rieamer Evelnc, and for sale low
for cash, by
BIRMINGHAM 4. CO.
NICHOLAS D. COLZHAS..... • ..... LOYD IL COLSM•N
COLEJIMAr CO.,c;mte;.l. Agents, Forwarding and
Commission (11erchantA %ryes: St reel, Vicki Imre,
MillS They reepectfollyso.tet t consignments. n22—t(
SUGAR rIND 11101-,ISSES.
00N, 0 Sugar.
WO bldg. N 0. innialacv.
n prime order, just received I,y. S. B. A rcade,ana for
ST.TRIMIDG 4- Co.
mar 2 Water et. between Wood and Srnithflei
25 ..s.fiesti Family Flour. For sate by
mar 14- JAMES MAY
64 TO inaTenriesree rig Iron.
Foroale low to eloseeonaignarent. by
mar 14. JAMES 61A1
BMWs Dried teeebear.
For side low by
s li , utitpleava nt hk lk
Far. 4- Mech. hk of Steil.
belmont bk cf St. Claire.
Marietta hk. Demand
do Current- y notes, 1
Colombians I.k New Lis
lion Demand, I}
do Post notes,
Ciorlostl specie pay
Mech. 4 - ' Traders Lk of
Clinton hk of Columbus,
Demand note,,,, l
Circleville, (H. Lawrence
it Store and upper room: , of tie corny,' u
59Et it Markel:lnd 511114 reels, 110V1' occupied by Ilr
=, R.E. l'orisf :Ode.
ALSO, .1 wu story Brisk lloustt nn ilts correr of
and Union ,11,1• Is. a ()willing ;
Grorsry Store, Enquirr i,f J.1 , 11 F.: 4 St A
I.h. 21. 2 w 1.
FOR REXT. -A comfortabl e new hark thVe;
in... h0011.,,,4.111;1ie in Coal Lane near 711,
Par fermi. which will linv
w ono.lera:e.appl v to
JOHN SI'CLOSK EY.
Tlirte 8I: Door, Litre/1y
21 ',tor vof t lie build necti Ord by R. A
ft:motion no an x i orr.--oxxxiorire know
a, ••5,..11,1,1,',. Lon: Room,' Corner of %Von t ' rind
FI rr r.. I ' , quiteof . Morrow. sth xi, Jan
A STORE 4- CELLAR on Market between 3d and .10 l
ALSO, Iwo spacious and convenient rooms in the sec
and story opening by a Dalton Market street; well adapt
ed for Law offices, or for any Imnincs. , requiring , a con
venient mind ready access from n business street,
A L' l o, a Dweiliag Daiwa on Market Street rontaittim:
five rooms 4- comfortable kitchen.
ALSO. the small store room on Third st nearly op
[tonne the Pont office at present occupied by Brown 4-
RayrliOnil an a Lamp %lore,
• A LSO the light and airy office on 34 nt. al present oc.
chpied an the Atheneum.
A 1.80, fur rem, several small houses near the dwell.
ing house off lie aohrscriher in Pitt town hip, with a few
acres of Land attached to each.
Jan 13—tf EDWD D. G I,ZZA M.
No 51. Third Rt.
OTS FOR LE.—Four Lois in Manche.ter. One
1 4 and a fourth Acres of laid on Ilolnies' Hill. Lots
nos. 41, 42.52. &3. 54.181, 182 and 184, in Ceok'a plan
of Lot!, on Hahne's Hill Alen, Lots nos. 26 and 27. in
Cook's plan of Lots on High street, near the new Court
douse. For terms apply to Z. W. REMINGTON
No. (; west of the riTarket House, Penn st.
h %Yard, Pittkhurigh Pa.
rrißE subscriber having for a number (years been en•
gaged In renting cry property, collecting rents kr,
and wit.hing to extend ilk business in this way. respect,
fully offers his services to those persons owning, or who
may have clorge of property as Executors, Administra
tors or Guardians, in the city or suburbs, and who mny
not have leisure to attend to it themselves,to rent dwell.
ings, Warehouses, Farms, Lots, kr. Also, to collect
rents, dividends, Ground rents 4'c. A register is kept
where a description of all properties for rent will he en•
leted free of charge, reference Is respectfully offered to
the following gentlemen fur whom the subscriber has
been agent for sonic years past—Messrs Michael Allen,
P. McCormick and James S. Craft, Esq., Pittsburgh; Jas.
Stuart, Esq. European Agent, Philad.; Mess. John Brown,
Birmingham; 13. MeLenan, Cincinnati; Daniel Potter
Steubenville; lo.epli Millar. Lawrenceville; Jame , Jones
East Liberty; Daniel Rasher, Mifflin township; Daniel
Depot run, Sewickley,
rub 23. J.%MES BLAKELY.
A XE possession :wen on the Ist of April next; a
brick house on the lank onhe Allegheny river,
two stories high, 4 comfortable rooms, besides cellar and
kitchen. It is very pleasantly *Routed job' oto ride the
city tine, with a full view of the eft y of Allegheny, and
within 20 minutes' walk of the heart of the city—rent
very low. JAMES BLAKELY,
mar 13. House Agent,sthWa rd.
THE room occupied by Alderman Stewart, on Penn
st., as an office—rent $36 per year.
A Iso, twq rooms occupied as a Grocery sture,on Penn
street —rent .S:l6 per year.
ripiVO store rooms and dwellings on Penn street
(5111 ward.) Rent very low.
Apply at the House Agency, Penn st, 5111 ward.
March is. JAMES BLAKELY.
ONE brick dwelling house, containing a lar2e
'Silt hall, two partours, 4 ronms tip stairs, with fin
2 • 2 /shed garret, dining room and kitchen. with car.
riage house, tc. This tiouse Is pleasantly located with
yard in front and rear, on die canal bank, corner of
Chesnut at rem, leading to upper bridge, now in the oc
cupancy LfMr. McClurg. rent to suit the times-- Enquire
of Dr. Whittaker, Allegheny (tty• mar 8,
F OR a term of years. Two building lotin on the hank
of the A llegheny liver. adjoining the (.7 ty line.
Apply at the house Agency, Penn street. sth Ward,
mar 2. motes BLAKELY.
Birmingham & Co.
frODDLISSION AND FOR RDING arse. ONAJV7'B. No. 60 Water street. Plitshorgh Pa.
Terms—Receiving and Shipping 5 ednti per 100 Its.
Coornifssiona on Purchases and sates 24 per tient.
soar 22. '43
111E8 . NAL
Dank or Plttsnorati. par
March.. 4- Man. bk. par
Exchange bank, par
Lancaster bank, ells 1
Bank olChester Co. par
Partners'bk Backs Co. "
- • .
Doylestown bk do 4 .
Bk or Pi America f t,il.
Rk of Northern
Commercial bk. o f Pa. .4
Far. f Mechanics bk. 44
Kensington bk. 0,
Philadelphia hk. .4 I
Southwark bk. .•
Bk. of Pennsylvania, 7;
Bk of Penn 'll.. par
Man..t Mechanics bk. par
Mechanics bk. par
Moya manning bk. 3
Girard ba.,k, 451
U. Stales hank. 50,
Lumbermens', Warren, --I
Frank. bk Washington, par
Miners bk of Poi tsvile, 5
Bk of Montgomery Co. par
Mon. bk Brownsville, :1
Erie Batik, 5
Darrlshurgh bank. 5
Far. hk Lanraster, 111
Bk of Mlddleiown, 441
Bk. of Chambersburgh, 91'
Carlisle bank, 91
Bk of Northumberland, 41
Columbia hk 4- Bridge t°. 2
Bk Susquehanna Co- 10
Bkof Delaware Co. par
Lebanon bk. 4}
Ceitysburgh bk. 4/
York bank, 91
•Far..i• Drovers bk. of
Waynestatr t h,
•• •• Currency notes, 8
Wyoming bank, 18
Pittsh'gh Staie Scrip 5
Country do do Q
Berke Co. back, Of
COLD ANI) SILVER, par
FOR SALE OR TO REST.
(.I r 30_-f 1.
!louse Agent, sth Ward
Pram hk Columbus,
Com. bk. Lake Erie,
Far. bk:of Canton,
Slate bk.tt Branches n
State Scrip, 40
I LLI NOIS
Stale bk Jr Branches
i ßank of Virginia,
Far. bk. of Virginia ,
N. West, bank 1
Mer. tQ Mec. dn.
! Baltimore Bank s ,
l eonntry Banks',
All Banks, par and 1
City Rhnkr, par
(rarely fuhd.) a 1
Red Bark, lo j
Orleans Ranks, EMU,, 3
I'IS. COLUM !MA
Bk. of Si. Clair, 10
Do. dn.J * ll.Smilb 10
,Good hanky. Elto 10
Eastern Exc h a nge.
Regular Morning Packet
The fast running and well known
SH•RP IftYrlllLL, Master, will depart daily from Pitts.
burgh at 9 o'clock, A. 11„ and Beaver at 1 o'clock P.
For freight er a:l.mq" apply on board, or to
BIRNINGIIAM & CO.
No 60 Water street.
N. !2.—The rent tar canalpacket Clevela,
Greenville and Meadville P a r
Mar illon d on O the
Ohio Canat.eniinert,ng with vintner Cleveland at Bea
ver,will he in operation immediately on openina of nay.
IijIHIF.NOAIENON IN CH.F..IIIS Pity—Last
Hair Die—tolots the hair and will not the akin
This Dye is In the form of a Powder which in !Seib matte.
of tact may be applied to the hair over night, the first
night turning the lightest er fray hair to dark brown; and
by repeating a second or third night, to a Jet black. Any
person may, therefore, with the least possible trouble,
keep his halt any dark shade or a perfect black, with the
positive assurance that the powder if applied to the skin
will not color It. There Is no coloring in this statement,
as any one may easily test. These Code are warranted
by the rite hist who manufactures It.
For sale at TUTTLE'S, 86 Fourth sheet, where a
large assortment of Patent Medicines may always be had
at either wholesate or retail
S l i 11 UGA'R RICE 4- MOLASSES.
12 DS prime N.O. Sugar.
10 Tierces Rice.
19 bbls. N 0.3 Macherel.
For sale tow to close consignmenl, bq
mar 14. JAMES MAY
r WIRT LECTURES...THE LECTURE CCM
• JorrP.P: OF THE H'IRT INSTITUTE
takes pleasure in announcing that the Lecturer belbre
the institute will be resumed on Tuesday evening, 28th
PROF. RICHARD S. MCCULLOUGH,
ef Jefferson Colteps , C bar,. Pa.
I I. la contemplated that Piof. McCullough will deliver
a full course on the "Rise, Progress and destiny ej
trortomy." The Committee. in presenting this course,
of from six Werner Lectures on a most Interesting rub
ject of thought, a ndy, and selen ific research, feel as.
lured that t heir exert lons will meet a lilt the general ap
probation of the patrons of the...Wirt Institute Lectures."
We deem it proper here to norm° or thanks for the
patronage extended to this eourse, and to assure the
public, that whatever delinquency may have occurred In
the fulfilment of our original pro pecans, It cannot be at •
Untitled to any want of attention or exertion on the part
of the Committee, hut to the fact that e rcurnstanees
which could not he controlled prevented those who had
consented to lecture Cm.. fulfilling their engagements.
Tickets for the course on Astronomy, $l.
ooa single lecture, ZS ctn.
S. C. HUEY,
JOHN S. COSGRAVE,
W. W. WILSON,
JOHN B. SEMPLE ;
WM. B. SCAIkE 4
'!e • 0
TONS Tennessee Pig Iron For Tale low to
dose consignment, by
TOBACCO AND SE GARS.
__ ...... ,
JUST RECEIVED, and on land , a good as 3 BaaMt 'Andersons' pound Nunit Tobacco of anterior
of Nitta, Window tiara and Sasn, writing. Leiter qualify, together with 10 1 4 hosee hest flavours
and Wrapptoz, paper, onper hart:Ones, "1. hovels, airs a n d ears for suit low to close, by IS 1A C CRUSE,
handter,Roshris. Petits. et.. Brushes. Corn Flrr.ouisand mar 15.
WHIP+, Angora. Casilep, Charm /48 Liberty ot , Buckets. Wooden
Bowl', Carpet and Carps '. Chain. et., for male on ae. I
amused*, tom terms for cosh, Pitttlanrgh inuottfattnrcs or 1 500
Cottritry produce. ISAAC BARRIS. *eti be. new Estee. kW Weelyeed to , war*.
Mar 25. and Cam . Moral
''' ' ' - ' - - mum? anirthutre , .
4 - 6. B 2 A 3 C hi K as S d d o rwd Apples, l
10 Sinks dried Peaehea.
41 tra^ka Feathers, Just rereived per steamboats
West Point mud Ilarishargh,and fur pale nerf bno fur cash
by 11.4ILMAN", J FINN/MOS 4-co . _
mar 21. 43 Wood at. 1
N OTICE to Steam Boat Onesers.—The subscriber, In
consosuence of the difficulty of the times, has redu
ced the price of hie &Very Girard/sr the prevention of
the explosion of steam boilers, to $l5O per boat.
It is hoped that all bvat owners will avail themselves
of these reasonable terms, not only un account of the
Perfect safety they error& but also In point of economy.
Boilers with the apparatus attached will wear abou
wire as long as those not provided with them.
March 8-3nt C. EVANS
Travelers should select Boats provided with Evans'
Safety Guards, for prevontiag Exploit** of Steams
I r would be well for the traveling eommtintty to bear
In mind that their sectirity depends entirely upon
their own encouragement of boats that have or may be
al the Inman.e of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every individual making such select lon is contribu
ting towards a general Introduction of on Invention ad
mitted by all men who undetstand the principles of the
Steam Engine, to be a sure preventative against those
dreadful disasters You have eet talnly , in the hundeeds
of exptosions that have already taken plaee, their almost
daily occurrence, and the thousands of lives that have
already licen lost, a sudirit nt warning, and Inducement
to make inquiry for a Safety guard Boat, and in every
case to give it the preference. They have went to an
additional expense that your lives may be secure Ought
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree of tibetality, and by your preference show that
yi.o appreciate their laudable endeavors to slop this ow
NI 'amines of human life. They do not charge more
than whet boats; their accommodations in other respects
ate (viol, and in many cases superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why wilt you run
any risk, when it is so eon; tetchy in your own power
to avoid those disasters.
Att hums marked thus [it] In the List of Arrivals and
net enures. in another part of this pat.er, are supplied
with the Safety Guar
List of Bootspseided .tit.t the Safety Ortord
BRILLIANT, MA RC/VETTE,
BREAKWATER MUNGO PARK,
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
CA HD°, NARAGANSETT,
DUKE .4 oRLF,Ass, NIAGARA,
EXPIU;'sS MAD., ORPHAN (10Y,
xi . 1, ji):::•:, 01110,
POI: Mos.A. ORLEANS,
FORT Prrr, PENELOPE,
GALLANT, PANA HA.
G A Ltnt A. QUEEN 4 the SOUTH,
J. H. BILLS, ROVVINA,
IDA, SARAH ANN,
I \ DIAN QUEEN, s A nATou I,
ILLINOIS. II A VANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, TALLEYRAND,
VICTRESS, VALLEY FORGE,
WEST WIND. mar 21.
A new and much Improved form of Blank Leases, for
ale at the Office of the "Atorninp, Post."
GATHERS:--2000 pounds Feathers, a prime ar
tide Just received and forsale by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS 4. Co
43 Wood street
“Don'tforget 86 Fogrth street I”
BhN:.sl7ar;hls day rec elvedperateamer Newtyk;d..ga:ty jet4CcRDcN
dee 10 N 0.12 Water at
20,000 L N .BS: Cotton Yarns, assorted
2,000 lb-4. Mining,
2,000 . 4 Candle Wick,
1,000 " Carpet Chain, and
500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
ry. For safe by
.S.—Just received from Ohio, per waves. 35
ribattels of ,ys enapples, consi-tiag of ..Pennocks ' 4-
..Blairs." Also 50bushik of dried apples. for tale by
Who keeps eonetantly 13 11 hand Timothy and Clover
seed of the hest quality.
14.11 RS w. HAILAMN JOHN F: JENNINGS
J have entered tato partnership for the purpose of
transacting a WholectleGrocr.ry; Produce and Commis
trion business under the arm and style of HAILMAN.
JENNINGS 4- Co.,ai No 43 Wood street, opposite the
Merchants' Hotel, where a supply of Groceries sod Pitts.
burgh Idannfaciurrd Articles can always he had on 114
March 17 '43-
W ILLIAM C. WALL, Piaui awl Faucy Portrait
and Picture Frani/ Jkianufatturer, Xo. 81,
Fourth Street Plttsbarrh. —Canvass Ilruahes. Varondi
4.e..f0r Artists,tliWAVl on hand. hooking Glasser, kr,
promptly framed loonier. Repairing done Lt the short
Particular attention paid to reOldfogand jolMilgarev
Persons tititriff np Pleats Boats or bowies will find It to
Itelradvantngeto call. rep 10
THE METHOD OF PREPARING THE
B r rANDRETHIAN VEGETABLE EX
Caveat entered 9th June, 1842 Patent granted to
Betij tmin ii an irett.2oth January, 1843.
The extracts of which Branthetti's Pills are com
posed are obtained by this now patented process,
without tutilin g or shy a ppiieedon of Ilea,. Th.. ac
tive principle of t he herbs is thus secured the same
3.1 it is in the •
The Public should be cautious 4,r medicines rec.-
commended in advertisments stolen from me, In
which the CONTEMPTIBLE ROBBFRA steals my lan
guage, merely altenn,t the name. Time will show
these whulesaie decei , ers in their true light.
THE MEDICINE OF THP,, PEOPLE.
try- BR ANDRETH'S PILLS are the People's
Medicine, proved by thou ands who daily reccorn
mend them to the afflicted. .The BR ANDRETH
PILLS are growing every-day more poptihr, their
vit tues are extending their usefulness. The sick of
both sexes are dilly deriving benefit from them.
No caue n( disease but they can be used with advan
tage. Blotches or held lumps of the skin they speed
ily cure, en with erysipelas, PO with salt rheum, so
with indigestinn, PO a ith roughs end colds, so with
costiveness, en with cancer, so with hot parched lips
and canker in the month. Let "the of use this
medmine, and they will find they require no other.
So!d at 23 cents per box, with directions.
Observe the new labels each having upon It two
signatures of Dr. Brandreth. So each box of the
genuine hat six signatures—three Benj unit, Brand
reth and three B. 'transfera l upo n it.
The ONLY PLACE in Pittsburgh where the Rk:AL
Brandreth Pills CAN BR. OBTAINED, is the Doctor's
own Office. No 98 Wood street, between Fifth
and Diantniod Alley, illirrk, the GENUINE Brandreth
Pi Is can never be nbtaii.ed in any Dane noes.
The &flowing are the ONLY AGENTS appoint
ed by Dr. B Brandreth, for the sale of his Vegeta
ble enivereal Pills in Allegheny County.
Principal Office, No. 98 Wood et. Pittsburgh.
Mr John Glass—Allegheny,
C. F. Diehl—Elizabethtown.
Pressly Irwin—Pleasant Hill.
Chessman Sc Spatilding—.-Stevrartstown
Asdell dr. Com ell—Maori .
Robert Smith Pnrter—Tarenumt •
David R. Coon—Plum Township.
Daniel Negley—East Liberty.
Wm. 0. Hunter--A Iton's Mills.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES!
'EPROM PITTSBURGH TO B 4 LTIMORE AND
United States Express Zaino •
Leaves Pittelmrgh daily, at 3 o'clock. r Via Steam.
boat to Brownsville, thence in splendid new co.tches to
Cumhertand, over the grrat Nalionat Road, and front
I here by
RAIL RO,ll, D ,
in imperior new eight wheeled earn, to Baltimore,
Washington city and Philadelphia.
The shove Line Is r.pr,ented to the traveling public
it being unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
chtei for comfort and ecrie.lition, having made arrange
ments to convey passengers through in two days, and
no night travel, either by Rage or Railroad Cars.—
l'ltink of it! Only 75 miles Stage travelling, and 56
miles less than the Wheeling route, and that in evert)
Fare throne). 510.
Office In the Monongahela 1)001.1%
A. El gN'ISBP 1301‘ 4 CO..
. 7 . 1 —d3m Siege Proprietors,.
W 4XTED, as moon as poestme, places for a number
of Mechanics, Bookkeepers, Salesmen, clerks,
and boys in store, scht.ol teachers; Bp' laboring men,
women, boys and girls for ail kinds of work. ‘lso, for
coachmen, steam and canal boat men and hogs, collect.
ors, etc. Also, wanted, a mbrigage on ?mod property
worth four or tile tames the atniat.ll--(10. 70. 100%
fe. For sale, twelve cheap tracts of La s
nd; nnd o
several small pieces of properly. Apply at
HARRIS' Agency and Intelligence Office,
No. 9.5 th el.
WGROCERY STORE AT Accriox.
ILL be sold,at the store of Stevenson 4. Aiken.
thy. Alarchcorner of 'Maned and Penn streets, on tiaior•
25th, at JO o'clock, a. ii., their entire stock
of Groceries: also, fisturev.countcrs and shelving. Sale
positive. Terrea—cash. rnrrency.
mar 23-2 t R. A. BhVditlAN, Anerr.
300 BBLS ) Salton
t i v lis a n t l ß T it r i or P E a
100124 Water st., het ween Wood add Smithdeld
Toothache f I
T HE melt invelarale TO1111111:bli rUIPIII In - 40 MIN—
A. ctrica--catt at Tv 1T1.C . 1 medical .genre, 116 Pnitrih
Sf., ~t.talit IL is W.ifttl te,f I u eor ti.e
money wilt be refunded.
J CSI' RECEIVED, 'rwelve buses of thatkgca ;mei
el Lemons, ul the flimsily:nifty. for sale wholesale anti
.53 Market St.
Y FLOUR—Just received a few barrel: of
A.` Snperior Flour, made expressly for family u3B. for
sale by ISAAC CBUSC.I4B Llb, St.
Is Store 50 barrels sup. flour.
MOKERELAND . CODFISH.--4". q ca.kg
r. Codtisit;al4o,s barrel,' Nut Mackerel, and 15
half barrels, will he sold very tow, apply to
mar 16. ISA AC CRUziIE. 148 'Aber!) , Pt.
AjyrEn,n boy or from 14 to 16 year• or age.
Application to be made before the 11,4 of March to
F L SNOWDEN,
184, Liberty bend of Wood at
HAILMAN, lENNING:& Co ,
Cotton Yarn War.•,hoosp,
No. 43 Wood arrest
SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT OF
VIE UNITED STATES.
p":. , ''''-
Fine the Inctortrfifeeerivra.
To the Edisor: I regret that yort.hat'esnriou--.
ced it nreetintr albs friends of Industrial Assn.
oiat'on t.e held I rib, we. k. I think, and I
hale talked to on the suhj et ef n ,u r wi lr me. Mat
it is I ()Allot. us to work away at the frame °four
beautiful Seisms and have it as perfect as pant.
hle, before we invito the tcruftley or the public.
That the Exchange Company will success!, if
we go at it in earnest, I haVe not the I. gist dumb',
The great inducemeor s it offers to men or all
classed; the adva..tages of Association over the
present SylVet7) or cociery arc so apparent, that's*
you observe, thousands vs ill dock from all dirti.
!ions to j.,in it.
Within the small circle of my acqtlainutOve t
can count fifty families who are ready to join *bola
we have perfected the Scheme, and otesintd a
location. These are not poor families, as smile
might suppose, but they a - e generally worth Arum
500 to 5000 dollars each, all of which they woalt
be willing to invest in the stock ofthe Attociaftow.
I therefore hope that you will reconsider tits
call for a meeting and postpone it for a while, uc,i
it we arc prepared to lay the plan before the put
66 DBLS. PLAN fATION - AIOLASSES. receives
per Steamers Little Ben and Fein on, and for
J. 13. f A. GORDON.
12 Water stretit.
MALE TEACHER WANTED.
A gentleman clitailfied to teach the usual breathe* at
Z 1 a goad English education. hi wanted in the Third
Ward School of the City of Pittsburgh. A PPUtan".
madc in Writing, to the Secretary or Presidekt E M ,.
Adams) at any time before the 25th of April,
By order of the Board,
mar 13 ' THOMAS HAMILTON, geOy
Gazette copy once a week In daily three weeks.
REVENUE CUTTER FOIL THE LAK
SEALED PROPOSALS otsik - sisitsiiktd:ried - at this De
nariment, until the 17th of April next, fur betiding
the Hull of an Iron Steamer, to be used as a ntveaus
Gutter on Lake Erie, of the following dimensions, sae.
one hundred and forty (140) feet on tfeck,twenty-thred
(23) feet beam, and len (10) fret hold. Itiodel,drst*frige
and nioahle for building to be tarnished by lite Departs
meet. It is exoected that these boats wilt he bottl e re.
ference to Bunter or Ericsson's Propene?. The fro*
used In construction must be American, and 0( lire vet?
best quality, and is tube painted with Iwo good mate pf
red lead, (One Lefute the work is pat Up - wird the Whet.
after). The whole organ! iron work shall be weighed.
after it is wrought and fitted to ils appropriate plate Anti "'-
previous to Ns being finally put together: payment Will
be made according to this nett weight per pound, Indies
ding coal hunkers, water tanks and galley. They elude
plates. bohatays and all )pan work necessary to the hull. ;
spars, rigging, sails and guns will be included In the pro:
posals, and the price for such work will be separately
slated: A spar deck of white pine, 4 by 6 in., to be laid,
secured from underneath, with the "wood screw halls"
caulked and planed. Berth deck of arts or yellow Mae.
2s by 6inches, spiked and bolted to the berth deck. al
so caulked and planed. Ceiling plank of while oak
the /looting heads, 5 incite. thick, thence yellow
4 Inches thick, to the lower deck clamps.all ofwhith
be estimated by the square superficial n et. The Mite
hats and weight Used In tire const rection, to be aPnroved
and the work to he Inspected by such officer as the Se
cretor) of the Treasury may ap:eaint, and the work Ala
he done according to the direction of the soperintendant.
The vessel to he completed within <ex months treat the
day of delivering the mouids and plans of building.
The workmanship to be Inspected, previcos to dear!.
ry, by two competent judp.,; one to ha (I)psan cacti
of the parties of the contract, it licTin .
event of theft
disagreement, shall select a inird, who are to determine
whether the work has been executed in ail respects, *4.
cording to the proposal and agreement,
tttOPOSA L 4 FOR, STEAM ENGINES, &e,
TREASOR Y DEPARTMENT.
WAS iNglOll . 17th March, 134.3.5
SEALED PRoposALs will he received at
partment until the 111.1) Arun next, for six stele
engines, boilers and propeller.. constructed upon ihe plan
known "Hunter's Plan," two (2) of salt engines, holl•
ere and propellers to he delivered on Like Erie; as do•
signaled by the Secretary of the Treasury; the others al
such phtee or places on the sea coast, as tile Setretary
the Treastiry may direct, also, two ( - 2) engliies, boilers
and prepellers Upon the plan known as-Erlesson's Plan,"
to be deliveredat some 'place oa the sea coast, as the Ite
erefary cattle Treasury may direct. The engine, holler*
and propellers tot* made of the very best materials. its
bear the proof of Inapectton Of such person or persona
as may be selected by the Secretary of the Treasury._.
The boilers to have not les. than seven hitniired (700)
feel fire surface; working preestire.elglit . 4 OM) Mind" to
the square Inch; proof, two hundred and forty (2401
;Krnai. Six eighteen inch ev finders. with three (3) feet
stroke. The whole In he delivered as directed, within
firs secietke from the time of receiving the drawing's and
plans of Milldlne, The proposals will elate the Pries for
which Inc engines, hollers and propellers will he deliver
ed anti plat into complete- operation. But as the Wu
cations of the engine. working to either oft he said plans
Is a patent right, the proposals will also slate the irk*
asked, istchtdier the authority to use the patent right.
and also the price exciusivii of said authority.
J. C. SPENCER.
S'eeretary of the Treasury.
Farms to Lease.
/VHF: undersigned wit: lease two Farms situated IA
A. East firer township, with Ihe necnasary tenenentr,
and 'll.nin 75 to 100 Berets etrared on each. A nse, one
farm Minuted in West Deer township A itesheny feint,.
with from 50 to 75 acres eiea,ed. TI a n bare deserthe4
property Sc in ressonablv :nod repair. faring abitlt 15
miles from I ttr eity or Pit f shitreh, and within two mile*
of the Penn'a Canal. end will be lensed on retsoneblet
terms for from I to , nree yeors, to Rood tenants.
11. b. 11 . 11.11'.
ALMZ. T. mostrsost•
mCEAY & THOMPSON.
G ENERAL AaENTS and Commission kterehmil)
Refer no: ST. LUCK, Ms.
Messrs. Tiltbrit, Ro)er 4. mtbovven
W. H. Campbell 4. ro.
Cops. Todlionter. 4. Co. 1
' • Us Pi Morgan, Pm:lecher 4. Co. ' '
Woods, 'Feat man 4. Co,/
.. orld!, Christy 4. Co,
St Loeb. Feb,
AMU EkERY MAN' EL'S OWN if4lXTArderilleZis
m rt. wit Lk ER'S Palest Apparatus for generating
and applying Gar. equal to that of ertgAmintsfattn
tared or used to tits country, may now iistinell at
the Jefferson %Vigtanni. corner of Pennsylvenin
and Liberty et reel, whblt t apparatne, was Premed ander
the superintendence of Mr. C. 1,. Kies, as oho the foe.
tiara by Mr. fort ism, Taylor, of the sth ward.
The appa;al.*iltrnochost is simple and consequently
attended with tittle difficulty in the dotter of nut nufaeltite•
in: it Light oisoperinr quality, end that afforded at •
very small eaprn-e to the proprietor.
The -4,skstratas. and Prrtne Rights for italng the same
will not exeeed 'blur dollars, and the cost per night DOI
more than one cent for each licht.
The proprietor feels th assnraner of the
core alibis Goo impercedin: that which is now fount*.
ed by an inrorporated Company,
CPriens remrally arc tetpect Italy Invited to the Jolt
ferson Wigwam ( Ur. Hoffer, proprietor) and %cheerio*
ocular demonstration of the facto, too vomeroortio trim.
!toe to thte place. when and where every satisfaction
Light anti ►eases w itt he promptly offered.
4 L7'persons indeted to then ate of Oliver P.
tale or ills city of Pitisanreit. detente& are hereby
notified io make payment toihe tinsorsicasd admintigni.
tor.elnd all having claims azimut! cold mita are onnes.
ted to present their =roams property ani hertlleated ftt
settlement. JOHN W. BLAIR. .
D(VA,* en Pit . * ortripli
betweim lietwi and Emit bfied arrears, ?Rubor:lk
GuLirkiwp 114 , 8? B.—T hesubeeriber- iimpaa buks44
fitil'lpappiafAat. half round nod rasa* Ma* Mac aglifitothenthill frigr days* tort sappqe, *Vogt*
fat said OWL low br "OP
ibt pa*. apsOpes.. 1.
..,.,•f,._..,;,..t,,...4,..44.:c . A,
:51 ,cretary of the
i• C. Sr rj,:oes i