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.THOS. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
X. W. CORNER OF WOOD 4- FIFTH STB
Te.R.NPL--FIVE DOLLARS a year, paysbie in
advsnee. Single copies TWO CENTS—for fate at the
sweeter or the office, and by News Bays.
ke Mercury and 'Manufacturer
e pollatialted WEEKLY, at the same office, on a &pulite
medium ',heel, at TWO DOLLARS a year, in ad.
•ante. Sin:le copies, SIX CENTS.
•. -Terms of Advertising,
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30ei. Insertlon, 0.50 One month, Ci/0
rewskiwertions, 0,75 Two monis, 6.00
*J'bree insertions, 1,00 Three months, • 7.00
One week, 1.501 Four months, 8.00
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rheum weeks.' 4.00 One year, 15,00
. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS.
C11•1106•11LI •T PIIMIURC.
One .Sysare. nee Spun-es
Ns isinaths, - SIS.OO I Six months, $23,00
Qat year, 35,00 One year, 35,00
ri- La rr r advertisements in prorortlon.
CARDS of four lines Sex DOLLAIB a year.
Ctrs Post Orstca : Third between Market and Wood
M Riddle, Postmaster.
ilAnrhas Hansa, Water,4th door from Wood et. Peterr
son's bisildinss—Najor John Willock, Collector.
arm TREASURY. Wood between Firg and Second
arena—James A. Bartram, Treasurer.
Coopers' TRRASURT. Tbird street. next door to the
Third Prruhyterian Church—S. R. Johnston, Trenstirer.
Allasoit'sOretcz, Fourth, between Market and Wood
titinewsie.:Xletander flay, Mayor.
Mumma:Ws Excess's'. Fourth, near Market et.
Perksau.aon,between Market and Wood streets, on
rishirritnd Fourth streets.
Itlnst-nurrs' awn NI 01,7rACTURRRS' .PIDFARMIZRIe Di-
POSIT Bawt, (fOraitrly S.rving Fund.) Fourth, between
Mood and Marker, streets.
• 113Konanaa, fifth strati. near Wood.
Alorsostaatiac• Floosie. Waiter street, near the Bridge.
liscua.was floral.. corner or Penn and 8,. Clair.
Shutouts - re Herat., corner of Third and Wood.
A arsalcsm Hossc,corner of Third and Sgnh
fignineoararaa, comer or Penn atrect and Canal.
Selman Eatma, Liherty 'tree. near Seventh.
, Ilita.ana House, Liberiy St opnnoite Wayne
Stame:Myr Manama novas. Penn St. opposite Canal.
WIPOIIERT WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
WA. COUNSELLOR AT LAW.—Office retgo
melt to Mitkeweli'a offices on Grant it., neatly opposite
MN tare Court ticiuse, nest MOMS to John D. Mahon,
gm (—First door. uep 10
VIEW& IT. ELLIOTT, M. D.— Office removed to
Z. Char street, between Penn gad Liberty Ste,
Atiesistirk. e r 10
ilvau TONER. Atto , nev at Law. North Ea+t corner
A.R. of 13mithtleld and Fourth sireete. sep 10—ly
IWCANDLESS As M'CLURE , Attorneys and
.14A, A:manse;tore at Law: Office in the Diamond, hack
sr 04 old Court House, PlDshurgh. aep 10
SIIILINK 4. FINDLAY, Attorneys at haw, Fourthst.,
near the %layer's °thee, I'l'l26'lr-0. sep 10-1 y
THOS. It A M I LTON, Attorney at Law, Fifth, between
Wood and Smithfield its.. Pittgburgh. sep 10-1 y
VIVAL 09EIA.RA ROBINSON, Attorney at Law;
v °Mee on the northside of the Dlainond.hetween
"taco' and Union streets, upstairs PeP 10
AI.- DURBORAW,, Attorney at Law; tenders
• Ma professional services to thepuldie. Office cor
er of Fifth and Market Streets, above U. Lloyd k Co's
0 ors; Plt tent rot, Pa. sea 10
EIVATER BUI:11 t NAN. ..eftrornegs at Lan • office
L. removed (ruin the Lhamond, to ••Attarney'Fßow,•"
tut 4, video( Fourth street, between 31nritel and Wood
sneers Perl 10
BUCKMASTER, AT'RNEY AT LAW,
v. " ha/ removed hie office to the corner of Fourth
octet andGherry Alley, between z 4 noithlield and Grant
weep. Plll 4o oreh. eep 10
GEO/17/C. W. LA VIVO, Attorney at I.aw, Of fi ce
N 0.54 Fifth street. near the Theatre, Fittsiourgh.
RIKAOIC %V ASIII I VG rON,
ATTORNZT dT LAW. —Office in Rears' Bnilttin
Fourth stteet, rill oho nt h. Nos .5. 1842.
10E111 .1. MITCHELL --A itor.,ey Low, °thee
CP corner of Smithfield and sth Is.. Plitithurch.
xj- Collections made. A 1 business entrusted to his
are will he promptly attended to.
REMOVAL. - n. Morrow, Alderman; offi o north
able of Fifth ii., between - Wood and Smithfield
els, Pittsburgh. Pep 10
XIII,. 8. R. 801.14 ES, O ffi ce In Second street , next door
Air to Moleany 4. Co's Glass Warehouse sett 18-1 y
0111 , 413TuN 4- STOCKTON, 13(x)kgeiterr. Printer, an
P i p er manufacturers, No. 37, Market Pt. sep 10-1 Y
JOHN ANSERSON, Boothheld Foundry, Water st..
tl oesrijittillaisongshOn House, Piton lush. set) 10-1
TURMAS [GUN . FRANCIS 1.. YOUNG.
Ipso& U. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
JL Rooms. Lorne" of Hand at. 4- Exchange Alley.
Persons wishing to purchase Furniture, will find it to
heiradvantage to give ua a call, being fully satisfied that
we MI please as to quality and price. sep .10
20 000 ....Bacon (Hoground) just reeelved,
per steamer Eveline, and for solo low
BIRMINGHAM 4. CO.
ar cash, by
F/C6OLLII D. Comem. • • ..... LOYD R COLEM•N
COLEMAN' 4- CO., l 3ener.s Agents, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants. Z.scvee Street, Vicksburg
—&lima They respect fully so.sci t consignments. n2.l—
WEBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe ainnufacto
rY. No. 83 Fourth St., next door to the U. States
6ankt ,Ladies ['mocha, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
Me Iteatcstnoanner, and by the newest . French patterns.
- sup 10
GA RD/13 TOOLS, consisting of Hoes, Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels, Eddins Touts, Budding
knives, Pruning Knives, Fruiting Shears. etc., just re
tieivied arid for sale by F. L. - SNOWDEN.
itep 10 184 Liberty street, head of -Wood.
tiCISTRATES'BGANKS, for proceedines In At
.LTJL tashatest under the tate law, for sale at this °trice
'[,'BOA SALE.—Lois on the North East corner of Coal
JV Lane and Dish street. Apply to
step 10 BENJ. DARLINGTON, Market, near dth st.
100 LBS. Landreth's French Sugar Beet eeed,Just
received and for sale at the Drug and Seed
F. L. SNOWDEN.
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
BL Ankh PETITIONS, NOTICES, &c,--
1 o be Used in Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
sot partr,and in the forms approved by the Court sate
at the ithliee of the Merearrand Democrat. sep 10
AL HUBBARD, ktcliee fashionable boot nod
shoe M dnafacturer, No. MI. Third street, between
Wood Ind Sioilbdeld streets. Pittsburgh pep 10
JAS. PATTERSON, Jr., Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
Pa., Manufacturer of Locks, Hinges and dolts; To.
twee. railer. Mill and Timber Screws; Sixteen Sc rews for
Rollin Mills, sep 10—ty
J OHN DPCLOSKEY, Tailor and Clothier, Ltber. y
street, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side,
W. BORBRIDGE 4. co., Wholcsale Grpeers and
11 11 Commission Merchants— Second street, between
/Void sad Smithfield ge n Pittsburgh. , sep 10--iy
r 6.41. A. GORDON, Commlaskno and Forwarding
• latichatita, Water at., Pittsburgh. sap
•, • ••
MAILMAN, JENNINGS & Co,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and PM
And Dealers it Pittsburgh Afanufoctures
No, 43 Wood street, Pltt.hur2ll.
HAILMANI JESININCS SCQ.,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street.
Agents for the ante of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
•• J•MrS TURNBULL.
FI ANNA 4- TURNBULL'S Paper Warehoue. Nu.
10 , 4, Wood where may he had a genrral supply
of writing, wrapping. printing. wall paper, blank bnoks.
school books, 4-e, 4-c. sep 10—ly
R C. TOWNjEND k CO., Wire Worker* and
RtL„ Mannfacturers, No. 23 Market street, between 2d
and 3d streets. sep 10-1 y
114 1.XC11 A SCE HOTEL, Corner of Penn and St. Clair
et reels, by Meg IBBIN 4. SMITH.
B ROWNSVILLE JUNIATA IRON WORK .__E,l
ward Hughes. Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. Wood st., Pittsburgh. sep IP —I y
E GOODS.—Preston 4.• Mackey, wholesale and
L. retail dealers in English, French, and Domestic
Dry Coals, No. 81, Marker al , Pittsburgh. aci 10
J OIIN mlDEvrrr, Wholes:lle Grocer Rectifying
Distiller, And Dealer in Produce and Pittsburgh
Manufactured Articles, No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts•
ILLI X 11. W11.F.1.1.14E1 .% I Clll.l S. DII.WORI
WILLIAMS at mr.wortrit.—Wholesalr
Grocers Produce Ind Commission Merchants, and
iealPrs In Pittsburgh Mauuractured article;, No. 29,
Jas. N. KIN
SHERIFF & KEAN, Matturacturtlrs of Copper.
Tie, and Sheet Iron Wore, No SO. Front at., Fitt!.
burgh. Muse Spouting and Steamboat work promptly
ex , ritt,d,
iL . i . D A V i Da R N D N S ; ,„;t:FC C l airl I
~ t . , burgh, 61
street, CL O P% t IC
DEALER IX WATCB P . :S. C LOCKS. BR EASTPINS
( 5 1
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS. KEYS, COMBS, ~c.
AIETIPS GARDEN SEEDS. --A fott
supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at his agency, the Ding store of
1: 111 CSIOVAL—Mati hew Jonre, Barber and Hair Dre,:s
er, has removed to F'ourthstrevt oppositet he May
ors office, where he will be happy to:wait upon permanen
or transient customers. He soliritsa share of public. nal
J OIN RLA ND, Upholsterer and Cabinet
X. 4 er, Third at. between Wood Market streets,
respectful informs his friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards. 80.
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Bed,deads, Stands, (lair and Spring
Mattresses, Curtains, Carpets, all sorts of Upholstering
Work, which he will warrant equal ,o any made In the
eitY, and on reasonable lerme , ern 1(1
EMOV.AL:—....The subscribers have rernoo.d to w a .
ter between Wood and Smithfield streets. where
they will continue the Wholesale Grocery and Commis.
lion hmtlness and would re.mect fully solicit the patron.
see of their friends. J. W. BURBR IDG 4. Co,
DR. A. W. PAT TERSON. k.):Tiee on Smithfield street
1 C)~ rt ?
F A RE•11 EDUDED. i Matt. Lime STAces As
Rail. ROAD CAPS, 6,1111 PriIRSIM rEt. • via Bedford
ChanthenBturg, IlarriAturg and Lancaster, to Philutlel
pltia, connecting with the Mttil train of Cars to N
ke. Only 150 miles staging shill one night out.
Also. the Direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia s9.
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. M,
Office second door befow the Merchants hotel Wood st
MENDELL, GRAHAM, WALT;II ro
rm, 2.3. 1843-Iy. Pron'ionm
P ACTS SPEAK FOR THEAISELVES--TRITT7IIB
CONVINCING,- Having been afflicted for nearly
two years, with a hard swelling on the cap of mv knee.
which produced much pain, and used various applica
lions recommended by the Faculty --all In vain wa
cured rompletcly by the one of one !mule of Dr . Brand
rel Llnament. or External Remedy.
Witness my hand JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan. 10 111 .18-10.
Dr. Brattilreill'.4 External Remedy or Litinment; sold
at his office, No. 911 Wood street, I'll CE--
50 cents per bottle. feh 8.
SUa.iIR AND 11 , 101-ISSES.
65 N. 0. Stlaar.
40 bide. Mobleeps,
Just received per Steam boat Ashland, or II for sale by
J. W. BUR R R IDGE 4- CO.
Water pt., between Wood and Smithfield
J UST R ECEIVF:D, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finest quality. for sale wholesale and
retail. by WM. MORN,
feb 22—i r. 53 Market st.
F AMILY FLOUR —Just received a few barrels of
Superior Flour, made expressly for family use. For
sale by ISAAC CRT.ISE, lila Lib, St.
In Store 50 barrels sun. flour.
MACKERELAND CODFISH.--In store, 4 c.n.lcs
!Codlion; also, 5 barrels No 2 Marl; erel, and 15
hall" barrels, will he sold very low, apply To
mar 16. ISA AI! CRUmE, 148 Lineriy
.4xrEn,n hoy of from 14 to 111 years of age.
Application to he made 'wrote the firm r,f Mareh to
F t. SNOWDEN,
184, Liberty head o f Wood 01.
300 J .
BMA No 1 S a t I:llart t d .
R e n u l l for
r ip. c . ante
mat 24 Water at., between Wood add Smithfield
6 0 000 LBS Cotton Yarns, assorted
2,000 lbs . flaoi ng,
2,000 " Caudle IVick,
1,000 " Carpet Clink and
500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
y. For gale by
MAILMAN, JENNING'z ,
Cation Yarn War.-hunsp,
No, 43 Wood street
A PPLES.—Juist received from Ohio, per wagons, 35
barrels of trees apples, cougiAing of “Pennocks"
"Blairs.l Also, 50 busliclt of dried apples, for sale by
Whn Keeps ronstanily oc hal r Timothy and Clover
seed of the best quality mar 'l6;
COPARt ERSIII P.
!FAMES W. H4I,I.AIRN 4- JOHN E JENNINGS
14 have entered into partnership fur the purpose of
transacting a WholesaleGrocrry; Produce and Corninis,
sion business under the firm and style of lIAII.IIIAN.
JENNINGS 4- Co.,at No 43 Wood street, opposite the
Merchan s' Hotel, where a supply erGrocertes and Pills
burgh M nuraciured Article, ran always be had on libe
al terms. March 17 '43.
SUG.eIR RICE tsr MOLASSES.
12 011013. Prime N. 0, Sugar.
10 Tierces glee.
19 bbls. No. 3 Mackerel.
For sale low to close consignment, by
oar 14. JAMES MAY
Birmalso_gaiam dic Co.
( 1 03111:LSSION AND FOR W4RDIXO XER
CELEXTS, No. 60 Water &rent; Pittibaryth Pa.
Tama—Recetving and Shipping 3 renter Pei . 100 lbs.
Commitslona or Panetta*a and mks 21 per etitc,
mar 33: '43
F. 1.. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty street, head of Wood
100 Bars Rio Coffee.
oci 4. For cake by
• 4- A. CORDON.
OUND CdlNDY.—Tcrnm has
received this day from New York. a fresh supply 0.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs. Colds and Con
sumption; and is ready tO Fupply covtomersat wholesale
or retail. at his Aledical Agency, 3t Fourth at.
AVIO CLARK. deas Atonable Boot Maker
' tias removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where he would be happy
to see his old customers. and alt others who feel dispos.
ed to patronize him. lie uses nothing hnt first rate
stork, and employs the hest of workmen: and as he gives
his constant personal attention to huskies's, he trusisthat
lie will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
F RUITS, ICE EMU. ¢ CONFECTIUNARY.—
A thinker respectfully informs his friends and the
public that they can always (hid the best guiltily of tee
Creams, los.ether with all kinds of confectionary and
fruits. in their 'croon, at his establishment --No. 11,
Fifth street, betwer it Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties siipplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes. or anything in his line. Also families furnished
EVANS'S CAMOMILE PILL LS.—ABRA
HAM J. CLEM ER, residing at 66 Alolt street,
New York, was afflicted with Dyspep.ia In Ile most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head.
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, couch, heart.
barn, pain In the chest and stomach always after eating,
impaired appcl lie, seveation of sinking at the stomach,
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent voinitings, dizziness
towards night and restieness. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when, on consulting Dr.Wm,
Evans. 100 Chatham street, and submitting to his ever
ourcessfit I and agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
was completely restored to health in the short space of
onemonth, and grateful for the incalculable benefit deriv.
ed. gladly came forward and volunteered the above state
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No 20. Wood street, below Second.
Short Reel Yarn,
No. 5 nt 16 cts. per lb
6 at 1c ditto
7 at 17 ditto
at 17* ditto
9 nt 14 ditto
10 at 194 ditto
11 nt 19 ditto
12 at 191 ditto
13 at ditto
14 at 20e ditto
15 at 21 ditto
16 nt 22 ditto
17 at 23 ditto
13 at 24 ditto
19 at 21 ditto
20 at 26 ditto
orders promptly att
Pointer's, Logan 4 Kennedy
50 101113 N, 0. Such.
250 130 LS N. 0. M , lacses
40 Tierces Rice.
2n pile No 3 Mackerel,
10 do No 2 do.
7 Tierces Sperm 00. ink received per P 8 Express
1180 and for sale by
• .V. LICIRESI2II)OE ei• co.
mar 4. Water id tmtween Wood and Smithfield.
I'lll ~ tthseritter has remnv.ll his Fashionahle.Tlaloring
Establishment in the Monongahela house, 3d door
from Brstat.on Smithfield st.tv here hisold customers and
all others who may favor hum with scatl may depend 011
having their work done in a superior style. From his
long experience In the lousiness in this city, and in many
other fashion:aide cities in Europe and America, he frets
confident that lin can give satisfaction to all who may
routine to favor him with their custom. Hy strict attention
to lousiness and superior workmanship hp hopea to merit
and receive a share of public patronage. He intend keeping
on hand a supply of goods n tool trimming:. puila'tie for the
easterner tra.le which will lie sold at very reduced prices,
V 10 TIIE PUBLIC, and par/mu/arty to my former
patrons v i• this city:—(laving retired from the
practice of Medicine, I may be permitted to ray, that n
has fallen to the lot of I ut few per!tone to have enjoyed
libi.rnd or large a share of ohstrei reall practice as my
own illl6 been Meth- last 30 or 40 years.
The experience of that long period of active life, and the
feet of my having been twire,sinre 11130. associated with
Dr. H. 4. Wilson, in the practice of medicine, (in Nah a
period or five years,) enables me to judge fully of the
merits of his pills.
So convenient, so efficient, and yet so safe, did esteem
these pills, hat for the, last five yeais In my practice for
the cure ofchronic diseases, of whntever name, arid those
of females 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 less disappoint.
ment and more satisfaction in the administration of this
one remedy than of ail others; its good effects sometimes
quite astonishing rue.
If my patient required n safe aperient medicine either
—fore or after parturition, the Wilson's rods werejusi
the thing I wanted.
If a dyspeptic acid condition of the stomach, combined
with rostiveni 55 or Inactivity °Me liver, constituted the
disease 3r my patient. the pills were Just the thing I
If I treated a case requiring an emmenagogue, the
Wilson's pills were just 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 were just the thing I wanted.
Thus, without resp.mt to the name, a disease might
happen to wear at the time I have had it under treat
ment, particular indications or symptons arising, were
al - rlays m.l, promptly and most happily met by the
That so great a number of diseases, and sometimes ap.
parently opposite ones, in which I have used these pills,
should be cured mare readily by them than by any other
remedy, may at first seem strange and contradictory, but
14'1 , ) , it is so is as clear to my mind as that a great many
persons slionld become thirsty from Lis many different
co uses. and yet all require that common and greatest or
all blessings, water lo quench their thirst.
In conclusion, it is due the iepuintion 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 longcourse of practice, that really pus
eeseesanyt hing curative or specific for sick headache,
Yours 4-c., DR, MILO A DAMS,
The above Pills designed particularly (or the sick
Ilaed.Ache, Dyspepsia, Constipation of the Bowels 4-c.,
prepared by the proprietor Dr. R. A. IVilson, and for
sale, wholessie and retail, at his dwelling in Penn street,
drI4UST/C or the Knife was formerly resorted to in all
‘—/cases of burns, scolds and wounds, where worliflca•
was apprehended, The necessity for such sharp prat
tire exiqs no loner. The Magical Pain Extractor, from
Comstock 71 Maiden Lane is a far more efficient preven
live of mortification than cold steel or nitrate of silver.
The application of this wonderful cimipound instantly
removes the local pain.and Vibe wound, scald, burns or
bruise has not injured some vital organ so as to render
cure imi ossible, it la ill in a very snort space of time
restore the part affeeted to it sound and healthy state
without !ravine the cicatrix behind. This preparation is
also a certain remedy for inflamed eyes, Cancerous sore",
u'cers, broken breast and sore nipple and all ebrasions
and eruptions of the skin. Its success as a cure for
the piles is unparalleled and the vouchers for its
live properties are trim the mist respectable and en•
For sale at Tuttle's, 86 Fcurth sired!:
tIiENONEXON 1N CHEOWI3TRY—East India
_ Heir Die—colors the hair and will not the skin
This Dye is in the form of a Powder which in plait) matte.
of fact may be applied to the hair over night, the first
night turning theillghtest or grey 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 bait any dark shade or a perfect black, with the
positive assurance that time powder if applied to the skin
will sot color it. There is no coloring in this statement,
as any one may easily test. These fame are warranted
by the chemist who manufactures it.
For mile at TUTTLE'S, 86 Fourth street. Where a
large afteoriMeni Of Patent Medicines May alWayi be bad 1
at titter wbolertile or retail
"Dr/I'ofoot h 96 rearti /trope
Long Reel Yarn.
SOO at 9 cis per dz
GOO at A ditto
700 at 7 ditto
800 at 6 ditto
900 at 5 ditto
1000 at 4 ditto
Cithdlewlck at If; ets prr 11,,
I Com Ratting 9 ditto
Family do. 12; ditto
:Carpet Chitin 20 ditto
,(3,,t'a Tv, Ine 25 ditto
,Stot. It in; Yn rn and
,Coverlet Yarn always on
'Cotton Warps made to order
ended to. If left at 1. 4. C.
or the ['cud office, addres'
J. K. MOOR II EA I) Q• Co.
Portal'le Platform Peoies oo wheels, to weigh 2,500 Ifs. a
do do do do 2.005 at 845 00
do do do do 1.500 at 35.00
do do do do 1,000 at 30 00
do do do do SOO at 2.5 00
With raising levers an addition of e 3 to each scale.
Dormant scales for the nee of Warehonses, Flouring
MD is, tr.,the same prices as above.
Alen, White's Patent Counter Scale, with 0. Young's
Improvements, and a variety of other counter scales,
which they will sell fur from 8 to 1151.5,
They also manufacture Steam Engines for Flooring
Mills. Saw Mills, Salt Works, ke„ double and sing!e
geared elide lin hes,foot and other lathes for wood taming
machines for tenanting chairs, planing machines, door
and sash machines. Hail's patent horse power, whit or
without thrashing machines, a superior article; tifelflar
PAW shafts, machines for sawing lath, Tinner's ma
chtues and tools ()fall deseriotione,also for making black
i ng boxes, a superior article; governors ft.tr steam engine•
„cults, taps and dies, coffee mills, bedstead or Joint hots
and machinery for making the same, cotton factory ma•
rhinery tirade or repaired; printing press platteus turned
and printing presses repaired.
JAMES MAY, Agent
M • E. AUSTIN, Attorney at Law, Pit tshurgh, Pa.
Office In 4th street, opposite Burke's Building.
WILLI A M E. ALIVTIN, Esti., will give hisattentlon to my
unfinished business, and I recommend him to the patron
age of my friends. WALTER FORWARD.
PPTTSKTROD CIRCULATING AND REFERENCE.
LI BRA RV of Religious, Histor olitical.and
cellaueous Works, will be open every day, Sabbath ex.
tented. - coal 7 o'clock, A. &Lunt!! 9, P. M., In the E.x•
change Building, corner at St ;Clalr streetand Exchange
alley. wneFe,lunctual attendance will be given by
NE11; 1 17 ROUTE.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES!
1;7711. t -
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FRO4f PITTSBURGH TO BALTIMORE 4.ArD
United States Express Line
Leaves Pittst , nrgh daisy, at 3 o'clock, P. NI, via Stearn.
boat in EtrowneviNe, thence In splendid new eolehes to
Cuntheriaod, over the great National Road, and - frOin
in superior new eight wheeled care, to Baltimore,
Washington city and Philadelphia.
The ahoy , . Line is rvresented to the traveling public
as being unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
cities ar G comfort and expedition, having made arrange
ments to convey passengers through in two daye, and
no night travel. either by Stage or Railroad Cars.--
Think of It! Only 75 mites stage travelling, and 56
miles less then the Wheeling route, and that la superb
Pare through. 11110.
°Meets the MOnongahela House.
A. nENDEPeort* Co.;
D R. GOODE'S ectegeated Female Pills. Thee
Pillaarcstrongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies ass safe and efficient remedy In removing
those complaint s peculiar to their sex, from want of ox•
ercise. or general debility of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
affections: These Pills have gained the sanetjon and
approbation of the moat eminent nyeielans In the
till States, and many Mothers. Per sale Wdioretatto and
aetall. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
cep 10 No. 20, Wood threat, below Second.
WM. ADAIR, Roof and Shoe Maker, Lgtesty St,,
opposite the head of Smithfield st., PittsbayeA.—
Tne subscriber having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
In the old stand of Mrs 11.. and la prepared to execute
all descriptions of work Ii his flue, In the hest,nianner
and on the shorteal notice. Re keeps constantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findlog,s of all deserlptiona and
of the hest quality. He solicits the patronage of the nab-
Ile and of the craft. Whl. ADAIR.
SITTSBURGII 111 A NIIFACTORY.—Springs
and Axles far Carriages at Eaatera Priest.
The subserihera manufacture and keeps constantly on
hand Conch, C and Eliptic Springs (warranted,) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Bran
and plated Huh Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lamps, Three raid Pteps, klaneablo
Iron, Door Dandles and Hinges, 4-e.otc.
joNEs 4 COLEMAN.
Et. Clair et., nenr rLe Allegheny Bridge
HD. SELLERS, M. D., office and dwelling In Fourth s
~ near Ferry street. imp 13--1 y
LOOK AT THIS.
The attention ofthoie who have been somewhat Beep.
tient In reference to the numerous certificates pnblished
In favor ofDr. Dwaync's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher.
ry, on account of the penman being unknown In this sec.
Dort of the State. Is respectfully directed to the following
certificate. he writer of which has been a citizen of this
borough for several yenta, and Is known as a gentleman
of Integrity and responsibility. '
T eke diest, Mr. J. FIIRBIr.
'I have need Dr. Dwayne' o s
Comp of Wild
Cherry for n cough, with which I have b ee neseverely af
flicted for about four months, and I have no hesitation
In saving that it lathe most effective medicine that I have
been able to procure. It composes all uneasiness, and
agrees well with m4diet.—and mantalnu a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend it to all other,
similarly antlered. J. Minium, Borough of ChaMbersh'e.
March 9, IR4O.
Porimie by WILLIAM THORN No. 52 'Market street.
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNAMENTAL
P ERSONS destine's of procuring Erni!. Rhode, and
Ornamental Trees, nr Shrubbery. from Phlladet•
piths or New York,•are requested to make application as
scion as possible, at the Druz and Seed Store of the sub
scriber, where ran be had catalogues, cratultensty, of the
most excellent tmtleties. F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 21 No 1/14 Liberty street, head of Wnod
R MAN U F ACTORY.—Patrick Cawfleld re
spectfultyaegualnts his friends and the public gen•
malty, that he haa e o Mlllatleed the Marble hustnees al the
corner of Fifth and Liberty sta., where will he eonstently
on hand, tomb stones, mantel pieces, monuments, head
and foot stones. table ebbs for cabinet were, and every
artlclertopertainlng to the !raciness. Tie will warrant his
work to he well done, nail Ms therm, will he . moderate.
He respectfully asks a share of nnhl le patronage. ecr
W M. STEELE. (successor to H. M'Closhey) Neb.
foot Matter, Liberty et. , 24 door from
I Virgin Alley. The subscriber respectfully Informs the
publict hat he has commenced the above business In tho
shop formerly occupied by Mr. Henry M'Closkey,
and that he is now prepared to attend to all orders In Ms
fineeflinsiness with despateh and ou the most reasonable
terms. From his looa esontienee in the mannfaeture of
Faiihtionstite Roots, he trials ennndent that all snidest
from hip establishment will sive sotisfaction to his pa•
trolls. A @lmre of public patrolman Is respectfully solicit.
se p tO
B 1 ) SERDS A f esti supply of Pori Feeds. son
pining of Cann r) mn R n pe; Just received by
(eh 3. f. SNO‘VDENT. 148 Liberty st.
fOUNO 4. BRA DBURY
Paper in Ike f
ribligibet bar c g s k i 7 t D o o b il e y eatithed tks
DAILY MORNING POST.
MSS Subscribers haVing made arraugetneuts .to merge
. 11 - the American Manufactuser and rittabargh lid eren
ry Wu one Janina!, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Morning Peat.
The leading of of the “Posy" will be the dissetnlan ,
lion sad defense of the political principles that have hnte
tofore been maintained by the Editors, In their respective
Papers, and their best efforts will still be devoted to the
advancement and success of those rioctrium
Although, in polities,. the paper will, be thoroughly
democratic. yet the Editors hope, by giving en frontal,
candid history of panting Political events. Foreign
and Domestic hlielligeneeoltul brief notices of all mat
tars and occurrences that come property within the sphere
of a Public Journal, to make their paper sutlielently in
erecting to entitle It to the patronage of the public. Ir
respective of party conalderations.
In addition to the politieal and Cenornl news that will
be fouad In the . 4 .lfersise Poet," the Editors will take
pains to furnish the bushiest* community with
the latest end most Interesting Cornuntant IrrierS
onrca from all parts or the country, and to have pro'.
red such accounts of the Markets end the Slate of Trade
as will he advantageous to oar Merchants and Business
Men fa their several callings.
Tems.--The Porr will be published en a large Imperi
al sheet of One paper, (manufnetured especially for this
loam's!) at the nnusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per annuts,payable In advance. It will also be sold by
news-boys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Sdvertiantrenre will he inserted at tbo lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
Dtr-TWENTY active lads are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be engaged on ilie moat liberal terms
August 21, 180 TIEIChir PrIILLIPS,
W. FL SMITH.
n o. London, for sale only by S. N
Wickert:lllnm, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and FL Harwood, Heaver Pa. who
is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. Rep 10
M.'Closkey's Clothing Store I
FRESH ARRIVAL OR NEW GOODS.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
READY MIWE CLOTRINO
THREE BIG DOORS,
No. 151 Liberty street, one door froni"the
rpoe subseriber is just receiving an his well /Mown
.1. establishment; the largest. most varied and cnetrear
Broca or stoops tkat hat erer barns offered in this city.—
Every article wee velette.d by himself In the eastern el.
'ties, and purchased at the Lowlier CASH PIM/, and he is
therefore enabled to, sell his 'anieles mach lower than
they can be had at any other establishment west of the
ills articles are all made by eeperieneed workmen,
from the latest manufactured good/ and In the mud
'le feels eonfident that alt persons who win call at
his establishment and examine his mock will Ise satisfied
that BETTP:R 11 4 RGAINS ran he obtained at the
TIIREE BIG DOORS
than at any similar establishment in the city.
Ilia stock cousins In part of
Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Drawer's, Shirts,
Cravats, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders,
And every other ankle of Clothing of the best style.
From his varied Mock of clothe he is prepared to
MAKE CLOTITES TO ORDER at the shortest neniee.
In a style uueurpassed by any
. other Pitt bottle,
and warranted to fit.
File stock of Spring and Swimmer grads le superior to
any previous importations and he has no hesitation In
saying that for excellence, beauty and ehespetna they
cannot be equalled in the west,
The subse.riber would once more return his thanks to
his friends and the public for the aripreeedented patron.
nye bestowed on his establishment, and believing that
his enetomera had found it to their advantage to deal
with him, he would repeat his invitation to all those
who Wish to purchase Clothing of every description at
lowest prices, to dill at No. 151, loestaTv filramerr.
try - ONterve Metal Plate In the/011M Pavement.MTLOBILLSIr.
• between %-
lb street. two
ice flail, Pitt*
nd the follow.
U. 1, Port
- .ales on wh'is,
* O lO 3.5uu
Passage and Remittances,
TO AND PROM
New TOM and Liverpool Line.
P RRSONS desirous of Bonding fur their friends to
come from any part of Great. Britain, ere respect.
folly Informed that the aubscriber 'is at nil times pre
pared to make such ergagrruentin He Is prepared
to remit monies by drafts, which aro made payable at
any point throughout the United Kingdom on preterite.
lion; having been for the last )2 yenta engaged la the
husinese, he feels eunfident that his arrangements on
both sides the Atlantic are such as will give satisfactlon.
The Ships compriting the above line, are aii ofthe Brit
erase and are commanded by careful and ekilifal masters.
leaving Liverpool once each week during the season.—
For further partici:dant apply If by letter to
JOHN !MRCP. AN.
No. 61 Borah straw. New York.
or to J. KIRKPATRICK.
at Messrs CALM 4. Flemings, Water etteel Plls'bgb.
M S .s.wur.scr .
of Ten, Cper and filiant Troy
Ware, No. 17. Fifth et., between Wood and Nat—
Keeps constantly MI band a gond moot tment or wa fee.
and solicits ashore of public patronage. A Iso.nn band,
the following r Melee: Shovele. Pokers. Tonga, Grldfroos,
Skillets, Teakettles, POLF, Ovens,-Coffee Mills 4e. bleu
chants and others are invited to can and examine fhr
themselves, as he Is datarminiedlo\kedlehaap for with or
„ - •rif . avelar .;
Jane 154.1. Watt/ istwain Wand it bola
TUE LITERARY POST.
The lady said 'twas a quiet court,
tV,hen there 1 went to board—
Bat Su.san thrums the piano.forte,
And by Sant the bass is roared,
0, night and day does Susan play,
The fashionable pieces,
Ana uft together, sing mother and father,
Their ciaughterii, suns and nieces.
When,ovinkle k , twin,klea the evening kat',
Inviting to meditatten,
Then tinkles, tinkles a curio() gui tar
From a neighboring window r•tation;
While little Torn thumps a kettle drums
For an inrantile parade,
With a racket-Lack.tack, and a racket—tack•.
alionte troM the whole- brigade.
The smoke cap on the errimney• top
Shriek's to the fitful wirick
dki3 they twirl the sign of the tailor's shop,
And slam the baker's blinds:—
From nightfall:to the morning's dai;vn,
Ate heard the yells appalling
Ofcats from every. neighboring wally
Which men term caterwauling.
keepit . a score of hound's
Whosell—d dishonest bark
Outdoes all other horrid sounds
Which wait upou the dark,--
Even as a deluge its might
Takes all the little lakes up,
Of az! the prophet's serpent rod
Ate all the caber enakea up.
Y 6 deaf; rejoice that ye are free,—
(0 think not I am jeering) .
From human triad's worst tyrinny,
The tyranny of hearing;
Good bye. mankind,—l'll In the weal.
Live neighborleas like Boon—
Or seek a world without an air,
And colonite the moon',
British Holders of American Stock:
The following is a reply which . Mr. Ev
eiett made to 3 deputation which waited
on Lim in March 3lst. with the memorial
of the holders of American stock s in Eng.
land. The Memorial bore the signatures
of WM holders Of the State stuck of Arneri•
"Mr. Seim[afield and gentlemen—ln
compliance with the request contained in
the mertioritil which you have now pre
sented to rife, I will avail myself of the
first opportunity of transmitting it to the
Prestdeut of the United States. To avoid
misconception it is proper that I should
observe that, inasmuch as the general gov
ernment is net a party to the 'contracts of
the separate states, the subject Of the me
morial does not fall directly Within the
President's province, and that I am my
;self acting unofficially hi forwarding it to
him. Ido it, however; with cheerfulness,
out of respect to the members of this dm' -
anguished deputation, Nor am I less une
der the influence of the deepest sympathy
with that numerous class whom you rep
resent, who have - suffered severely;
some of them I fear ruinously, from the
failure, (temperai . I trust,) of a portion
of the American states to pay the interest
of their public debt. These feelings, I
am sure, will be shared by the President.
I concur with you pt °testing against
the cinctrine that a State which has pledged
its faith and resources, can release itself
from the obligation, however,' burdensome
in any WRY but that of honorable payment.
Fatal delusions, in times of great distress,
occasionally Come ever the minds of corn
rnueitiee as well as individuals, but I re •
joice in the belief that the number is ex.
ceedingly small of those who have, in any
form, advanced the idea of what has been
called 'repudiatitin.' lam convinced that
(those states, which unhappily have failed
Ito make provisions for the interest due on
their bonds, bavealone so under the heavy
presure of adverse circumstances, and
not with the purpose of giving a legislative
sanction to a doctrine so pernicious, tin..
worthy and immortal.
The tnernorialista are pleased to give
'me credit for sympathy with their suffer
ings. There is, perhaps, no person, not
directly a sufferer, Who has had so much
reason as myself to feel deeply all the evil
effects—the.sacrificenOt merely of materi
al prosperity, what but is of infinitely
greeter consequence, of public honor— rea
suiting from this disastrous failure. The
reproach which it has brought upon the
American name has been the only circum
cunistance which has prevented a resi
dence in the land of illy fathers from being
a sourceof unmingled satisfaction to me.
You may welt believe, therefore, that if any
opinion of mine can have an influence (as
you suppose) over any portion of my
countrymen, favorable to the great end
you have in view, it will be, on all proper
occasions, as it has been, moat emphatical•
The position, gentlemen, of some et
least of the indebted states is as singular
RS it is deplorable. They have
themselves mnst •nadviaably in engage
ments which would be onerous to much
larger and richer communities; and yet
they possess, under an almost preseat erne
bartsatneut, the undoubted means of event
ual reeov.ry. I will take the state of ll
linois for instance, and what I say of that
'state will hold for others, making allow
ance for difference of local circumstances.
'The state of Illinois undertook a few years -
since the construction of a ahip canal of
about 100 mil a in length, to unite the wa..
tete of Lake Michigan with those of the
Illinois rivet; and more recently projected
,and commenced the execution of 1300
miles of railway. On these works she has
borrowed and expended above 20,000,00
l of pounds. The works are incomplete
,and unproductive. The population of the
,state is that of a second-sized Engliska
calmly, abort of half a million. It is whs.
S. Q. Q