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I'HOS. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
Jr. w. CORNER or WOOD 4. FIFTH 871.
TIBRIML—FIVE DOLLARS a year, payshle in
ilidiressea. Sines copies TWO CENTS--for saleitt the
esinitir S(the oßlee, and by News Boys.
Ilkercury and Manufacturer
iiabilshed WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
••' • Itensiamea sheet, at TWO DOLLARS a year, In ad.
,traloatt. Single copies. SIX CENTS.
- . Terms of Advertising,
11 111rERWARE OF TWELVE LtNr.s OR LEAS:
Oaf! leierakal. 0,501 One month, $5.00
?wo Insertions, 0,75 Two moots, 6,00
— nu* Insertions, 1.00 Three months, 7,00
1- §oetirticker 1,50 Fear months, 8,00
i Two weeks, 3,00 Six months, 10,00
• -,Tiseee weeks, 4.00 One year, 15.00
• • 'YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS.
eIIANGE•SLE ♦T Pt Italleßa.
.! . Owe Steers. - Two Squares
gig tiontthe, sls.oo Six months, $23,00
' Dee-year, 25,00 I One year, 35,00
irrqsarger advertisements in prorortion.
CAIRDSof Crier Ones Six DOLLARB a year.
CM POST Orrtca. Third between Market and Wood
grimits-1. M Riddle, Postmaster.
11}rox Haase, Water.4th dour from Wood at. Peter
"an httildlats—Major John Willock, Collem or.
Mirk' "'mummy. Wood between Firg and Second
streets—lamp A. Rartram, 'Treasurer.
COUITTT Tae►ewßy, Third street • next door to the
Thlit Presbyterian Church—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
Mhorot's Orrscr, Fourth, between Market and Rood
Steels—Alexander day, Mayor.
lshttca►ar's Excnatroc. Fourth, near Market st.
Prressueon,hetween iilarket and Wood streets, on
Irnlrd anti Faunlt streets.
iliciumaiirrs' &RD MAMOI•CTURERA' AND FAMMIRS' DC
-1.4111/T BANC. (formerly Saving Fund) Fourth, between
Vood arra Market streets.
~.excaarras. Fifth street, near Wood.
. _ . .
. ; Ildnettivneanata !loose, Water street, near the Bridge
gscuavtar. Horst., corner of Penn and St. Clair.
- Idintguktria' norm, corner of Third and Wood.
. 1 • • can Horst.,corner of Third and Smithfield,
Uvrynr.pteraray. corner of Penn vtreet and Canal.
S Enema, Liberty greet. near Seventh.
Slicucas MA.wenox Honer, Utterly St. oppovite Wayne
Rao...Dm:err Minsion Horns. Penn St. oppovite Canal.
-ROBERT WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT LA W.—Otfire rerou
reel to aakevreli's offices on Grant st., nearly opposite
MI Abe w Court House, nest rooms to John D. Mahon,
&i(.-First floor. 11 , 11 10
TOWS. ELLIOTT, reirt•ved t•
St. .Clitir street, between Penn and Liberty Sty ,
Ma burgh. • p 10
HERM TONER. Attorney at Law. North East corner
of ffraaltlttledd and Fourth Mecca.. aro 10--IY
MrCA.NDLESS & MICLURE, Attorneys and
Volinseitors at Law: Office in tits Diamond. hack
tif the otd Court Hoisse.Pittsborir,h. Nero 10
HONK- ft FINDLAY; Airorneys a, taw, Fourth pt.,
sear the Mayor's Office, PH isbn re sep la -1y
THO:S..,AmiI,TON. Attorney at Law, Fin 1,, 6,11.1/Pet l
Wood and einiihtield sta., Pitialawelt. sap 10-1 y
0 9 1 - i4RA ROBINSON, A ttorney al Lan.
Office on the north side of the Diamond.het wee ,
jacket and Union streets. upstairs s en 10
ADUR BO RA IV, Attorney at Law; [.odere
". hi* profesAidualst,rvices to (lit public. Office ro,
lid!" of rifllt and Sißrkrt Streets, above. I). Lloyd ty• ece.
at .re,Piiisi.urffil, Pa. cv
E V:4IrBR 4- HUI IN AN, Attorneys at Lazo. ofli,e
removed from Ihe Diamond, to •• A Donkey 's Rnw,'•
hady side or Fourth street, between 'llarket and Wood
BUCKMASTER, ATtRN EY AT LAW,
111 • hats removed his oak.. to the corner of Fourth
street andels•rry Alley, between Smithfield and Grant
id reels. ph toba rah. red 10
G EORGE W. LA TN . °. Attorney at Law, Office
N 0.54 Firl!i street, near the Theatre, Pitts:tor:h.
oep 27-1 y
Arro'war AT LAW. —Office in Beare' !Wilding
Founh slreet, ritt.tniren. Nov. 5. 1842.
10IIN J. lIIITCEIELf
_ Attorney at Law, office
lbw corner of Smithfield and sth pia.. Piitaburalt-
Collections made. A•l business entrusted to his
taro will he promptly attended to.
L EMOVAL.— R. Morrow. Alderman; otti• e north
AL aide of Fifth at., between Wood and Smithfield
Sittsburzh. Pep JO
R. B. R. HOLMES, Office in Second street, next door
to Mutrany 4 Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10—ly
Ofittsrus 4. STOCKTON, Booksellers„ Printer:. no
Paper Manufacturers, No. $7, Market et. eep 10-1,
OEN ANDERSON, Sauthfield Foundry. Water et..
near ;he Monongahela House, Plltstureh. sep 10-1 y
?BOMA' BYoUN • FRANCIS 1.. SOUND.
Trios. It. YOUNG Sr. CO., Furniture Ware
C.oool+, costlier of Hand at. 4. Exchange Alley.
ratans wishing to purchase Furniture. will find it to
t heireditantage to give us a call, being fully satisfied that
are Can plea3e as to quality and price. sep 10
MUTTON A.M.S.-.lugt received 160 choice Mut
JIM; Ton Haim, well cured and for gale cheap by the do
see or retail, by ISAAC HARRIS,
imp TO N 0.9, Fifth Ft
L i p UTA BAG . t . - sapp'y of Landreth's Fresh Ea
./Lie to Bag*, and other different varieties of Turnip
Nor:, just received and for sale at a MDCFOILD niters at the
Wog sad Seed Store of F. L. SNOWDEN,
.sp JO No. Id 4 Liberty street, head of tVort.
WEBB CLOSEYA Boot and alanuMeto
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., next door to Ihe U. States
!Rank. Ladies Pronella, Kid and Satin Shoes made ;n
he ti"ltest manner, and by the newest French patterns.
seir 10 •
firtDlE4 TOOLS, consisting of Flocs. Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels, Edding Tools, Budding
.Knives, Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., just re•
erased and for sale by F. L. SNOWDEN.
Nip 10 181 Liberty street, head of Wood.
R AJ 4AI ST RATEVBLAN S, for proceeding's In At
recitalist under the late law, for sale at this Office
• R EALE.—Lots on the North East corner of Coal
• Lase and Fli:h street. Apply to
asp 10 BENJ. DARLINGTON, Market, near 4th at.
190 Lad.drlil : Frencl6 7 ar' : lBlliviaai dfrealeatteDrug and
Owl of P. L. SNOWDEN,
oar le 184 Liberty street, head or Wood.
num" PETITIONS, NOTICES, dr.C.-
-LP 1e be used fn BunlslWPieP proceedings, printed on
rad iaaper,and in the forms approved by the Court.forsale
hat the (Nice of the Mercury and Democrat. rep 10
AVM innEl boo and
- 'Muse Manufacturer, No. !Ol t Third rivet, between
`Weed sad Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh aep 10
rt. t!,ll,;(l7EßfaBOctuNre, Birm
ofka in . g m ha iu m gea , near Pit
Mohr, milt and Timber Screws; Houser' Screws for
ken* , fie.
- I '.IIIPCLOSKEY, Tailor and Clothier, Liber.y
jersey between Sixth and Virgin alley, South aide.
A w. BORBILIDGE 4- CO., Wholesale Groeers and
Calnindssion Merchants— Second street, between
MOW and Soktifield ins, Pittsburgh. sep 10-.ly
IL # A. GORDON, Castigation and Fonwardinn
%': Water at.,Pittabarnb. sep 10-17
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HALLMAN, JENNINGS & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission anti Pro
duce ercha nt s,
Ated Dealers in M
No, 43 Wood 'tree'. Pittsburgh.
H A ILMI Ny ENNIN . CS &
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
N 0.43 Wood street.
Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
March 17, '43.
HANNA 4- •CURNBUNLIS Paper Warehou U
se, B No.
104, Wood at., where may he had aaeneral supply
of writing, wrapping, printing., wall paper, blank hooks,
school books, 4•c,e, _
C. TOWNSEND 4- CO., Wire Workers and
.klearfaerstrers, No. 23 Market sireet, between 2d
and ad streets. sett 10—ly
LlxcHA NC 11 HOTEL, Corner of Penn and St. Clair
at reels, by McKIBBIN 4. SMITH.
B RO ---- SVILLE
ward Nualtes. Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. 'Wood st.. Pittsburgh. sep 10 —ly
' Pres , ton q• Mackey, wh.lcsale and
N Er1eVta4V,P.24.).;4:—.1. i French, ' at d Domestic
Dry Goode, No. Market ft , Pittsburgh. rep 10
yoicv.winwirrr, Wholesale C roarer Reclifylug
Distiller, And Dealer In Produce and PRlldiurgh
Manufactured Articles, Xo. 324 Liberty Street, Pine
.t H. Wir.i.txxx IC ITN DILWORIII
1 , 171 LLIA MS &DILWORTII.--Wholesale
T Grocers Produce nod Com wis,ion a n d
lealPrA ht Pitishorgh Marmfachired article s , No. 2'9
& KE.IN, Manortrturers or Conner.
1 , -7 Tin, and Sheet Trot; Ware, No. Bro. Front •t., Fitts.
burgh. 'louse Spooling and Stenothoat work promptly
AVID SANDS, IV ATM& CLOCK
4 W. MAKER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Pills.
DEALER IN WATCHES,CLOCKS,BREASTPINS
FINGER RINGS.L'IIAINS, KEYS, COMBS, 4,c.
L ANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED',.— A cull
supply of I.andreill'S Carden Seeds, nlw•ays on
hand, and for sale at his agency, the Drug store of
- - -
R CMOVA L—Mati hew Jones, Barber and flair Dress
er, has removed to Fond street, opposn et he May
ors office, where he will he happy to:wait upon permanent
ur transient customers. lie solicits. share or l oibli c nat.
JOHN Upholsterer arid Cabinet
Third •t. betweem Wood 4. Alarriet streets,
respect fuHnflruis his friends and the public that he la
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards. Bu.
reaus, Chairs, rattler, Bedstead'', Stands, !lair and F--prinf:
Mailroom!, Curtains. Carpels. all sorts of Upholsterin:
work, which he will warrant equal .o any made In the
city, and oo reasonable terms. cep 10
ftsul , :cribers have removed to Wa
ter bet ween Wood and Sinn weld streets, where
they will continue tile Wholesale Grocery and Commis
slot' husine-a and would re-pmll'ully the worm,.
a;:e or Melt friends W. BD I: 11 r: DC E 4. Co.
Di. A. %V. PAT I'ERSON ?:lice on Smithfield stre e t
COMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS,
110 Word Street, Pitisiergh.—rt. A. Ilatootiai
%ucl Mittel' aad Cooititi,.ion Merchant, is now Prepare
to receive and sell all kinds or Goods and ere liatidtz,
at iiis large and canal-inns tooth., No. I II), North liar
Corner of Wood and Filth St reel a, Filtelsurrh.
Reeutar sales of Dry Gobils, Furniture, Grocer's. an,
other articles, on Monday's arid l'llitrailay or each
Hardware. Cutlery, Dry Goods, and Fancy articles, to
Tuesday. Wednesday. and Thurday e vent ry,'s.
Rooks. kc., every Saturday CV
Liberal advances made on Con , :ituimetitv when wanted
Messrs. John D. Davi, Esq.,
Rataley 4- Stmlln,
" Hampton. Smith, 4- co.
.• F Lorenz tW
" .1. W. Ritrhridge co..
S. 511..ee 4- co.
" Capt. James M'Gargill,
" C. Ihtusen, Evq.
" Joon M'Faddett Esq.
t•Loenn 4- Kennedy.
" J. K. Moorhead 4' Co
't Jas. F. Stuart. Es/.
" Robert Galway, F.sq:
Ca al. Jas. May,
tt McVay, Hanna, ef• Co
" William Symms,
it S. 6'. Henry,
Smith. Raga icy 4. Co
F ARE It EDEDED.—U. S. Matt. Ling or STACKS •.:D
rt AIL RO•D C•RS, from Pittssburgh, via Redford,
Eliamberstiorg, Harrisburg and Lancaster, to Pit lades.
phia, connecting with the Mail train of Cars to N Y,
4-c. Onlylsomitcs staging and one night out.
Also. the Direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia in.
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M,
Office second door befow the Merchants Hotel Wood st
MENDELL, ORA 11 A NI, WAUGH it Co.
felt 23, 184:3-1y. Proprictors.
F ACTS SPF:.9K FOR TH EMSELVES—TRUTH IS
CONE'/NCI,(,:— Having been afflicted for nearly
two years, with a hard swelling on the cap of my knee.
which produced much pain, and used sallow; applica
' Duns recommended by the Faculty—all in vain wa•
cured completely by the use of one bottle of Dr. Brand•
Linatnent, or External Remedy.
Witnimis my hand J. 11 ES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan. 10th, 1840.
Dr. Braudreth's Evict nal Renirdy or Linament; sold
at his office, N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh,Pßl PE--
50cents per bottle.
B4OS RIO COFFF:E,
20 Chaste Tea.
20 Boxes Tobacco.
15,000 lbs. Lump and Loaf Sugar.
20 Boxes Raisins,
10 Sperm Candles,
10 Kegs Ground Ginger.
2 4. Nu t mew.
4 n Indigo.
100 Barrels Green Apples.;
Received on consignment and for sale cheap for cash,
U. States Line warehouse, Canal B ases' DEVINE,
mar 10, 1843. in, Liberty st.
rpRE undersighed have associated themselves togeth
11 cr for one year from the Ist January, let 1843. ufit
der the syle of Devine 4. licAnuity, for the purpose on
Iy of receiving and forwarding Goods.
OUISYILLE LIME . AND BEAN& - Just meets.
—sled a supply of choke Louisville Lime and good
Beans by the bbl wholesale or retail to suit customers.
mar. 16 4 - 11.4RR18, No 9, Fifth et.
SHIRR AND MOLASSES.
65 MIDS. N. O. Sugar.
40 bbis. Molasses,
Just received per Steam boat Ashland, and for sale by
W. SURBRIOGE Go.
Water at., between Wood and Smithfield
300 1 311LS.N. O , 4IOLASSES:just reed per steam
boat LBW Ben, old for sole by
J. W. BUR BRIDGE 4t Co.
h 1 TT. Wales at. belleisso Wood s groltbdeld
F. L. SNOWDEN,
134 Liberty sired!, head of Wood
tO THE PUBLIC, a»d partintlarly to my, _former
patron 3 of td.is city:--11»vtog retired from the
practice of Medicine, I may be permitted 10 say, that it
1148 Bitten to t he lot of :•ut few persons to have enjoyed
su liberal or lar4e a share of obstretrical practice as my
own has been for the last 30 or 40 years.
The experience of tltat lona period of art ive life, and he
fact of my having been twice, since 183 0.as.mciated with
Dr. R. A. Wilson, in the practice of medicine, (in hot h a
period of five years.) enables me to judge fully of the
merit s of his pills.
So convenient, so efficient, and yet so safe, did i esteem
these 0lb:0:tat for the last five years in my practice for
the cure of chronic diseases, of whatever !lams, and hose
of females in particular, I have used more 01 them than
all other medicines.
Like every other medicine, this must fail in some in
stances, bat In my hands there has been less disappoint.
ment and more satisfaction in rite administration of this
one remedy titan of ail ot hers; its good effects sometimes
quite astonishing me.
If my patient required neat% aperient medicine either
mfore or after parturition, the Wilson's pi.ls were just
the thing I wanted.
If a dyspeptic acid condition of the stomach, combined
with costiveness or inactivity of the liver, constituted the
wdi antedsease 3r my patient, the pills were just the thing I
if I treated a case requiring an emmenagogue, the
Wilson's pills were jest the thing i wanted.
If palpitation, headache, flushed countenance, or other
difficulties, Indicating a disturbance of the circulatory
and secretory systems, annoyed my patient at the .turn
of life,' the Wilson's pills werejust the thing I wanted.
Thus, without respact to the name, a disease might
happen to wear at the time I have had it under treat.
mint, particular indications or symptons arising, were
always most promptly and most happily met by the
' WI Istrn'a pills.
That's(' great a number ofdiseases, and sometimes ap.
parently opposite ones, in which I have used these pills,
should be cured more readily by them than by any other
remedy, may at first seem strange and contradictory, but
wily it is so is &Iciest to my mind as that a groat many
persons should become thirsty from as many different
causee;and yet ail require that common and greatest or
all blessings, water to qttersch their thirst.
In conclusion, it Is due the .eputation of the medicine
( and the public, to say decidedly and unconditionally, that
the Wilson's pills are theonly combination I have ever
met with In my longeourse of practice, that really pos
-1 eesresanything curative or specific forsiek headache,
Yours to., DR. MILOADAtd&
The above Pills designed particularly par the sick
Haed.Aebe, Dyspepsia, Constipation of the Bowel' to.,
prepared by the proprietor Dr. ft. A. Wilson . -and for
Sale.wholesale and retail, at his dwelling in Penn street,
_lOO Batts alo Coffee. For sale by
oct 4. A. GORDON.
1010. ERSE'S BOARHOU ND F.—ttrr has
1 received this day from New York, a fresh supply o.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs, Colds and Con
sutnption; and is ready to supply ctoltoincrest wholesale
or retail, at his Medical Agency, St; Fourth at.
D AVID ei. , ARS7.73:Fr, rOuum able Moot
ilas removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where he would be happy
to see his old customers, and all others who feel dispos.
ed to patronize him. He uses nothing, but brat rate
stock, and employs the best ofworkmes; and as lie gives
his constant personal attention to busine&s, he truststhat
he will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
F lt ICE CREAM. ¢ CONFECTIONARY.—
A Honker respectfully Informs his friends and the
public that they ran always dud the best quality of fee
Creams. together with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in their *anion, at his estaldishmerit—No. 11,
Fifth street, het wc-ii Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties minified on the shortest notice, with
cakes. or anything in his line. Also families furnished
VANS'S CAMOMILE PILL LS.—AURA
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, costivene3s, cough, heart.
burn, pain in the chest and stomach always after eating,
impaired appetite, sevsation of sinking at the stomach,
furred longue, nausea, with frequent vomiting% dizziness
towarda night and restlear, , S. These had continued up.
ward or a twelvemonth, when, on commtilliug Dr. Wm.
Evans.loo Chntham aired!, and Puhmitting to his ever
sit cc.e.tsfit I sod oar( eahle mode of treat mem, the patient
wits cOmpletely ri , lored lo 11,11111 in the short space of
one mom li, sod arali•lii I for the inca fru Wide furor fit deriv.
ed, gladly name forward and youn °leered Ilie above state
For sale WitOleFale and lima it by
P. P. SELLEAS„Aren',
N 0.20, Wond street. below Second.
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON F,RCTOI?I',
Sherri Reel Yarn. i Long Reel Yarn.
No• 5 at 1 6 eta. per lb 500 at 9 els per dz
6at 161 ditto 600 at R ditto
7at 17 ditto 700 at 7 ditto
at 173 ditto ; 800 at 6 ditto
9at 1R ditto 900 at 5 ditto
10 nt 193 ditto 1000 at 4 ditto
11 at 19 ditto
12 at 19} ditto !Candlewick at 16 ets per lb.
1:3 at 211 ditto Com Ratting • 9 ditto
14 at 214 ditto rantily do. 121 ditto
15 at 21 ditto Carp't Chain 20 ditto
16 at 22 ditto leoCn To ine • 25 ditto
17 at T.l ditto Stocking Yarn and
IR at 24 ditto Coverlet Yarn always on
19 at 25 ditto hand
20 at 26 ditto irottott %Yarns made to order.
LI:Cr Orders moult-di). a ttended to. if left at J. ¢C.
Painter', Logan k Kennedy's. or the Post office • arldres:
lett 27. J. K. MOO RIIEA I) it Co.
50 111111:ii N. 0. Sur,ac,
2:30 BIII,S N, U. Mt iaisva
40 Tierces Rice.
20 Bldi No 3 Mackerel,
10 do No 2 dn.
7 Tierees Sperm OH. Just received per 811 Exprere
Mild and for gale hy J. %V. nuRBRIDGE ¢ro.
rtri r 4. Wdier h.!' wren Wood
/1111 r. -10,-, 11 or 1)11. rotnoVr4 11Is r.... 1001111110 r 1111011111;
. 1• .- 1 :0•11-100.,1 10 1101 N101100;:a 1100 hon.r. .341 door
from lirAl n 0 siml Infield al.w her.' hirnid (11.11101cre and
all other. who roily favor brio with a call may dulim/01 on
havittzllluir wmk dime 10 11 1010erIllr l'1) - C. Front Ills
h•ng raperlrr . rr In 110' hi -Ines in thr.i city, and in many
other r.,.‘hioi,od e ritie.r la - Europe and A ,ertra. lie feels
col fident that hn ran ;:tve sat ir.tartlion to all who tnny.
N 1 ,154'10 favor him will I twit tumor', liv ;trim attention
to kismet. and sllporior p 1 1 1 , . 1107) , , to
and receive a elm reof public patronaze, lie itlend krepinz
on hand a su pply of :land: , and stiliede fur the
rust outer trade which Kllthesoldal very redncril prier.,
N B. The nohnrriber tieing 11. DONAGHY •
well aware of the etent
that the Gott. syrtem pracihool no the politic in c
cantor r, by itilyertkethent•; itarticu tart by pernons who
may justly he railed lot milers on the trade, who never
served .111 hour to the huninens, nod who know so tittle
about it that they could not crook it 9.l:lige cloth, And
they arc harciared enough to advertise themsrl req ns tai
lor, a la mode, and by the aid or old rertificatrs, cuts.
pqrs , e. 4-c such an are aenerally used by quark ~ to
nett their medicine-. t hey a nen , urceed in palming otT
the unauspectin, customer some old trash for the :eittu•
Me imported article. Stitch peonies advertisements are
roily calculated to Arai/ the t tililic and are t. a more call.
t led to erect', than 111,` firlitions yet laughahle publications
about the;reat Gall—ince among the Lilliputians, which
pre , tinte utmost every schoolboy has read and laughed
at. I would m.Taeat to those who wish to have tteir
clothes made in first rate 'Lyle to make a little inquiry
and they will find hat his in the place where they ran
J in 7—Jar
73 . Those la mode Monsiours, or rather Alos•tagses,
who have opened an B by 10 mere clop lately, and who
evince such envy and diAike to long or lengthy adver.
tisements.are Informed that Iha above (fulsome, as they
term It) has no reference to them whatever. The person
Winded to Is their present employer, an illg•eo•rine, who
keeps a slop shop In this city. l'he count ('lls said) is
higt ly pleased with such tokens of loyalty from his pig.
Inv subject=, and no doubt will reward them by giving
them a few anzzArt Ds to make. Such exquisiies of rank
with whom none can coin pete, had better Scull them.
se!vrc into notice some other way, as a little precaution
might prevent an ex plosion.
D R.G OODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pith; arestrongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex.
erase, or general debility of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
affections: These PON have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians In the Unl.
led States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
step 10 No. 20. Wood Str, below Second.
WV. ADAIR, Boot and Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
opposite the hold of Smithfield at., Pittsburgh.—
The sobscrlher having bought out the Stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old stand of Mr: R., and la prepared to execute
all descriptions of work in his line, In the hest manner
and on the shortest notice. Ile keeps constantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findings of all deseriptions and
ofthe best Quality. He solicits the patronage of the pub
lic and of the craft. WM. ADAIR,
PITTSBURGH MA NTTFACTORY.—spri.II
and Arles for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The subscribers manufacture and keetts constantly on
hand Coach,o and Eliptie Springs (warranted,) Juniata
iron Axles , Sllverand Brass plated Dash Prames, Brass
and Filmed flub EFlrldlt, Stump Joints, Patel* Leather,
Silver and Brattt, Lamps, Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Door Handles and Hinges. gre•. c •
D , IIELT,ERS, M. 11,r:office and dwellins In Fourth,
near Ferry street. sep 13—ly
LOOK AT THIS.
The attention ‘ftho f! who have been somewhat seep.
first in reference to the nomerouo certificate. pnhilehed
in favor of Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, on account 01'14 persons twin: unknown in this ace
lion of the State, is respectfully directed to the following
ter! Ificrtle,t he writer of which has been n citizen ortbis
horou:,h forseveral yerim and I. known as a gentleman
of, integrity and responsibility.
I To the Ateemt, Mr. J. KIRBY.
have used Dr. Swayne's Comp hind syrup of Wild
Cherry for a cough, with which I have been severely af.
Meted for about four mouth., and I have no hesitation
In saying that it IN the most etTective medicine that! have
been Oar tn procure. It cnmposes all unessine.s. and
agrees well with my diet.—and mantnine a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend it to all others
similarly affileted. J. Mtrextct, Borough ofCbantherah'e.
March 9. IR.M.
For sale by WILLIA M THORN N0..573 Market sat
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNAMENTAL
P ERSONS desirous of procurina Pratt, Shade, and
Ornarnenial Trees, or ellirnhherv, from Philadel.
phis or New York, are requerted lo make application as
Peon as pomible, at the prat and Seed Fiore of the ebb.
scriber, where can he had catalogue., gratuitously. of thrs
moat excellent wariet F. L. SNOWDEN,
Sep 31 No IR4 Liberty m reel. head or W,
AMBLE M SURA lITOR Y.—Patriek eawfield re
_lit it peel fully aeonalnts hi. friends and the public ,en.
eraHy, that he ha. ennintenced the Marble !mettles:cat the
corner of Fifth and Liberty ste., where will he constantly
on hand. tomb stones. mantel Mere., monuments; head
and foot stones, table slabs for cabinet ware, and every
artleleanpertainine to the business. He will warrant his
work to he well done, and his charm. will be moderate.
fie respect fully asks a share of public pal cotter.. era
AVM STEELE, (suer - event. In H. Ill'Closkey) Fash
io.la %le Row!Maker, Liberty el., 2d door from
Vi 'sin Alley, The yollyrnher reerleetiaolly informs the
publicthai he hay entnnieneed the above Imsinres in the
shop formerly cm-totaled by Mr. Henry M'Cloakey,
and that lie ie now prepared In attend In all orders In his
Hew Athogin egs with despatch and on the moat reasonable
term*. From Ili. Ion: ernerionro in the manufacture of
ra,llhonaltle HoOIP, he fraplc roan/teat that ail articles
(*ream hH eqtablislinient wilt rive satisfaction In hie pa
iro ns. A .hereof public paironaqe is respect GM,/ solicit,
BJIM SEI:1)8 A f nipply or Rxri Se.pdo, moo
Fi.tin:; of Canny, . mn rn u l Rape: lust reePived
fel, 3, 1. SNOWDEN. 148 Lfbertv rt.
'orra 'de Platform Scales on wheels, to weigh 2,500 Ills, a
do do do do 2.005 at 0345 00
do do do do 1.500 at 35 00
do do do do 1,000 at 30 00
do do do 500 nt 25 00
With raising levers an addition of 3.1 to each scale.
Dormant scales for the uee of Warehouses, Flouring
!Hills, lte..t he Fame prices as above.
Alen, While's Patent Counter Scale, with 0. Young's
improvemetrie, and a variety of other counter scales,
which they will sell for from 8 to 315,
They also manufacture Steam Engines for Flouring
'Mills. Saw Mills, Salt Works, rtc„ double and singe
geared elide lalhes,foor and other lathes for wood turning
nrachinPs for tenanting chairs, planing machines, door
and sash machines. Hall's parcut horse power, well or
without thrashing machines, a superior article; circular
saw sha fie, machines for sawing lam, Tinner's ma
chines and tools ofall descriptions, also for making black
trig hoses, a superior article; governors for steam engine.
storks, laps and dies, coffee mills, bedstead or joint lints
and machinery for making the same. cotton factory ma
chinery made or repaired; printing press platter's le rned 1
and printing presses repaired.
JAMES MA Y, Agent
TWIN B. GUTHRIE, Auctioneer and Commis.
sion Me rchani , Xo.lo6,corse r of Wood 4' Fifa att.
Pitts 647 A Having been appointed one of the Auction
eers fat the City of Pi tsbu rgh • tenders his services to job
bers, 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 trusts tosatisfy correspondents by quick sates, 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 hie own experience in business and acquaintance with
merchandise generally, the services of Mr. Balms
Fsrutztrrocs; heretofore advantageously known, as an
importer and denier in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent engagement la made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan, ?real. of M. 4' Al
.. Darlington 4- Peebles,
" Robert Galway,
.. James M. Cooper, 1
4. James May,
R. M. Riddle, Pittsburgh
" WM . Robinson. Jr. Pres't
of Exchange Bank.
Hampton,Smith, # Co.,
•' John D. Davis,
.. Samuel Church,
o J. k. MOtwhitud.
44 Jas. W. Bretwu 4' Ca.
John H. Bro*a. it Cot
4. Smith ¢ fltgaley,
•. John Detre!!
N IV id E. AUSTIN. Attorney at Law. Plttsbargh, Pa
Office In 4th street, opposite Barken Baildlny
er a. Aurrin, Esq., win give hhsatteatlon'
unflabbed business, and I recommend him toy
ass of my friends. WALTER P'• - •
JONES 6• COLEMAN.
et., bear lie 1 liesheity Brldir
•t. between MA
IM) si rept, two
inre flail, Pitts
and the roltow
log sca les(w Pol.
I) , composed of
No. 1. Port
o %Weigh 351)0
YOUNG 4. BRADBURY
For publishing , a aele Daily Paper ix the City of Pitts
burgh, to be &stifled the
DAILY MORNING POST.
T HESubscribers having made arrangements to merge
he American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Mercu
ry Into one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily A:fernier Post.
The leading object sy" wittbe the dissetnina
tion and defence of thep olitica l panciples that have here
tofore been maintained by the Editors, In their respective
papers, and their best efforts will still be devoted(*) the
advancement and success of those doctrines.
Although, in politics, the paper will be thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope, by giving an honest,
candid history of passing Political events, Foreign
and Domestic Intelligence, and brief notices of all mat
tem and occurrene'e% Witt come properly within the sphere
ofa Public Journal, to make their paper sufficiently in •
erecting to entitle it to the pat ronage of the
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the polilicat,iynd general hews that will
be found in the "Moraine Port,.tltfe tditors will take
pains to furnish the hintinevss coMmunity with
the latest and most ttittivating Costnitamst Invatti
ems from all parts of the country, and to have.prepa•
red sueli accounts of the Markel - s'mnd the State of Trade
as will be advantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callings.
Terns.—The Posy will be published en a large lmperl
al sheet of line paper, (manufactured especially for this
Journal) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARB
per annum, payable In advance. It will also be sold by
news.boys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Afrertisessestis will he inserted at the lowest rates
charged by rice other daily papers of the city.
W ENTY active lads are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
W. H. SMITH
August 31. 1842.
- ocrison Co. London, for gale only by S. l
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sep 10
'Closkers Clothing Store
FRESH ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
RERDY ALIDE CLOTHING
THREE B AT
No. 151 Liberty street, one door from the
T HE subscriber Is Just receiving at his well known
establishment, the largest. most varied and cnasscrr
frock or Goons that Ass ever been ofered its this city._
Every article was selected by himself In the eastern ci.
ties, and purchased at the LowserT CASH remits, and he is
therefore enabled lo sell his 'articles much lower than
they can be had at any other establishment west of the
His articles are all made by experienced workmen,
from the latest manufactured goods and In the most
He feels confident that all persons who wilt tall at
his establishment and examine his stock will he satisfied
that BETTER BARGAINS can be obtained at the
THREE BIG DOORS
than at any similar establishment in the city.
ills stock consists in part of
Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Drawers, Skirts,
Cravats, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders,
And every other article of Clothing of the best style
Front Ws varied stock of cloths he is prepared to
MAKE CLOTHES TO ORDER at the shortest notice.
Inn style unsurpassed by any other Pittsburgh house,
and icarramted to fit.
Ills stork of Spring and Simmer Peas is superior to
any previous hnportntlons and he has no hesitation in
saying that for excellence, beauty and ritearnm they
rsnnot be equalled in the west_
The subscriber would once more return his thank; to
his friends and the public fur the unprecedented patron
age bestowed on his establishment, and bellevins, that
ids customers had found It to their advantage to deal
with him, he would repeat his invitation lu all those
who wi t h to purchase ClOl bine of every drsception at
lowest priees,to rail at No. 151, LI BERTY Prager.
JOHN M'CLOSK C.Y.
frrObserve Metal Plate in the Pavement.
p Passage and Remittances,
TO AND FROM
e ` 8
til k 11 I IA:.
PNew York and Liverpool Line.
ERSON'S eesirons of sending for their friends to
come front any part of Great Britain, are respect
fully informed that the subscriber is at all times pre
pared to make such engagements' He is prepared
to remit mottles by drafts, which arc made payable nt
any point throughout the United Kingdom on presenla.
lion; having been for the last 12 years engaged in the
business, he feels eonfident that his arrangements on
both sides the Atlantic are such as will give satisfaction.
The Ships compritAng the above line, are all ofthe first
class and are commanded by careful and skillful toasters,
leaving Liverpool once each week during the season.--
For further particulars apply If by letter to
N 0.61 South street, New Yot k.
at klessrscDalzell 4- Fleming's, Water street Piis'bgh.
Af t lethi r diCTUßP.,R of - Tin, Copper and Sheet Trot
Ware, No. 17, Fifth st., between Wood and Mar—
Keeps constantly on hand a good IWO) latent of wares,
and solicits a share of public patronage. A Iso. on hand,
the following , z rti'cles: Shovels. Pokers, Tongs, Gridirons,
Skillets, Teakettles,fots, Ovens, Coffee Mills 4.c. Mer
chants and others are invited to call and examine for
themselves, as lie is determined to sell cheap for cash or
re LOON roes ••me 1e tore sod or leis try
Jaej 18 3 1111BRITWES.
43, Waterietweee Weed It Sedtli
THE LITERARY POST
- Ann chain
I fear it! I fear itNind who shall "daie
To chide me for fearing that dark arm=chairi
I've dreaded it long, and with fearful cries•—
I've bedew'd it with tears, and embalM'd it with
Fear shoots with a thousand pangrr through toy
Not one will yield, not a tremor depart:
Would ye learn• the spell? my Jsw , mu:moms
And a horrid placeis the dentist's aim ebaht
In childhood's hour front my teeth I've pare:WO
Bat of the dentist s power I never had dreaned—
My mother--she 'eharm 'd away every fear,
Wiih thrcat'ning Words and a blow on the ear:
She scorn'd that her:child each a coward should
And said that there never was a hinny like Met
And she taught me —but what, )1 cannot deck:cam
Though I learn'd not of her to dread that ant
sat, and I dreaded it day after dip,
As my teeth grew black and began to decay;
And I almost died, when I learn'd to feel
The jaw -breaking pain, inflicted by ateel.
The rack arid the a'eaffold cannot hale the po*if
Te equal the 'torture of that fearful hour,
When I learn'd how much my temper could told'
As they held me fast in that dark arm t heir.
Tis past! 'tis paso but I think of it bow
With a quivering lip and a throbbing brow;
'Twee there I kicked! it was there I cried,
And my shame will come like a lava tide,
And they said it was folly an 4 Aecried,me west -
As the scalding drops flowed doWn my cline
But 'dear it, I fear 't, and never can bear
The thoughts or the sight of that da:n'd old digit.
tew days ago, a young woman in ser
vice at Lyons set out to walk to 13ourgoin
where her parents resided. On her way
she was overtaken by a young soldier,
traveling the barns road. They joined ilt
conversation, and a mutual confidence took
place. The young woman informed her
companion that she was carrying home her
savings to the amount of 800 francs; and
he related his adventures with the army in
Africa, from which he bad just returned,
with his discharge in due folio. On arri•
ving at Saint Laurent, the young woman
informed the soldier that she had some
friends these with whom she intended in
pass the night, but should continue bit
journey next morning. The soldier also
determined to stop, and promised to calf
for her at an appointed hour, and actin
her to her home. At Caybreak he knonked
at the house where he left her, and was
;answered by a man inside, who inforthed
him that the young woman had taken her
departure a few minutes befote. Antiotta
to overtake her, and show his gallantry.
the soldier followed at a quick pace, kid.
having walked a considerable distance,
began to feel some surprise as well as die.
appointment. At length he met two gene.
d'armes coming in the opposite direction,
and asked if they had seen his companion
of the day before. On receiving an an
swer in the negative, his suspicions be—
came awakened. Communicating these
to the gees-d'armes, they desired he
would return with them to Saint Laurent.
On coming to the house, ttey found it shat
up, and no one answered to their calls and
knocks for admittance. On making in- - 4 -,
quiries of the neighbors, the evn of the
owner of the house, a boy playing in the
street, stated in answer to the questions
put to tin), that his father was in the cel l ._
lar digging a hole to put something itttK;
The house was immediately surrounded*'
a locksmith sent Fur, and the door opened.
;On hastening down into the cellar, they
found the man with the dead and bleeding
body of the poor girl in his arms, at the ';'
moment of laying it into the hole he had
dug. He had murdered het, to secure her
800 trance. He was immediately taken
and committed for trial.—. French paper.
importantfrom Hayti.—The Fairfield,
at New. York, from Port au Prince, brings
intelligence of the revolution it: ttayti.---
The whole Island was under the govern
ment of the Patriots. Aux Cayes half
bean taken by them after some hard fight..
lug. The Patriot army was at Leogone;
and.amounted to 15,000 men. on their
way to Port au Prince, where Presidm-
Boyer had but 4,000 men under his co ent
mand. They are determined to drive
Boyer from the land.
The principal demands of the Raytiens
are a revision of the Constitution; for the
one in force since 1816, provided that it
should be revised in nine years, Which
Boyer has resisted—that the President
shall henceforth be elected for five or sev
en years, and not for life—that the /incr.
mous standing shall be dismissed, the
country not being able to snpport the ex
pense—and that Boyer than be made to
give a strict account of the finances, and
refund what has been sent out of the coun
try on his private account.
;rdzilian Slave Trade.--It was ea—
knowledged, though the statement is nt.
terly incredible, by the slave factors, that
(luring eight months not less than 42,000
slaves had been imported at Rio. Steam
ers are regularly now employed to, watch
the British Cruisers and to convey intelli.
genes to the slavers off the coast, and oc
casionally tilting them in tow.
Another circumstance relating to this
traffic had occurred at Santos, to the south.
ward of Rio, and by which some lives
were lost by the British. It appears that
her Majesty's brig. Curlew, had followed a
slaver into this port and attempted to cut
her out, in doing which the boats were fi
•ed on from the fort, and about seven men
lost their lives.
Rome• --Keep your store of smiles and
your kindest feelings for home; give ID tic
world only those which ars to spire.