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VOL I._NO, 194
TIORMS.--FIVE DOLLARS a year, paylidu io
slbsswee.. 'Biel& copies TWO CENTS—for sale at the
nountei of the °Mee, and by News Bays.
Taw Mercury and Manufacturer
140,100Ped wEEKLY, at the tame office, on a &ruble
medians, flit et, at TWO DOLLARS a year, in ad.
vanes. Single copies, SIX CENTS.
Terms o&
—..- •
2 klifilittion, 0.50 One month, $1...00
Nil inildions, 0,75 Two moots, 6.00
Ilisaistiertions, 1,00 Three months, 7,00
One Week, 1,50 Four months, 8.00
rwo weeks, 3.00 I Six months, 10,00
hiree weeks, 4.00 One year, 15,00
ORO Spurr.. Tos Squares
4 swaths, $lB.OO Six months, $23,00
i year, 25,00 One year, 35,00
-Langer advertisements in prorortion.
41,RDSof four lines Stx DOLLARS a year.
etre' Pose Orrica. Third between Market and Wood
Otranto-11.M -Biddle, Post master.
Comas Haas, Water, 4th door from Wood at. Peter•
trultdin;s4 ajar John W Block , Collector.
Cvmr Tahatutty, Wood between Fir-t and Second
treats—James A. Bartram, Treasurer.
11011111 TY Taalaua[. Third street, next door to the
Third Presbyterian Church—S. R. Johnston,Trensurer.
Masmit's Omer., Fourth, between Market and Wood
rimers—Alexander Hay, Mayor.
PITTMIOIIOU.bMWeeII Market and Wood streets, on
Titlrd and Fourth rl reet.A.
14 agritawrs' &PM tt arirACTURaRs' &nn F•R DIS•
,O,tT BANK, (formerly slaving Fund,) Fourth, between
Mood and Market 'treas.
EX4MistnUlf.. Fifth street, near Wood.
Stesoitaanat.a. Bonet, Water street, near the Bridge.
• RIC/lA.IRM Horst, corner of Penn and S.. Clair.
. Illiattcororra' Horn., corner of Third and Wood.
„„....AitaatcAkiv flo-rst.,corner of Third and
• STATSS. corner Of Penn street and Canal.
igraza• Boons, Liberty atreet, near Seventh.
iiiltuanta 11A1111011 liouss,Liheriy St. opposite Wayne
Barmonnasy MkailON ffollag, Penn St. OflllO3llC Canal
1.. 11 01SE RT 11' 00 DS, ATTORNEY
red to Bakewell'i offices on Grant st., neatly opposite
the new Goon House, next rooms to John D. Mahon,
dim .—First floor. sep 10
. li. ELLIOTT, M. D.— oce removed to
St. Clair street, between Penn and Liberty Ste,
Ttnalevirk. 9.p 10
El UGH TON R. Attorns• at Lnw, North Ea:t corner
lof Smithfield nod Fourth streets. sep 10-1 y
ItirCALNDLESS & ilrC LITRE, Attorneys and
ILL Counsellors at Law: Office in the Diamond, hack
el the old Court (louse„ Pittsburgh. see 10
411VIULIK 4- FINDLAY, Attorneys at Law, Fourth st.,
near the Mayor's Office, aep y
MHOS. H AM I LTON , Attorney at haw, Fifth, between
Wood and Smithfield al a.,Pitlrburgh. Ben 10-1 y
W5l. OIRIkRA ROBINSON, A uorney at Law
Office on the north side of the Diamond,hetwee ,
ed haat and Union streets', up slain". rep 10
DURBORA.W, Attorney at Law; tenders
A. his profeasdonal services to the public. Office cor
er of ?MTh and Market Streets, above D. Lloyd 4- Co',s
t elffl,rillst.arsto. PR sett 10
EYSTER BUCH %NAN, Attorneys at Lats, office
rerawred fruin the Diamond, to Aitnrney'sßow,"
,itady side of Fourth street, between 51ari.et and Wood
sifrefl Rep 10
haA retrTv ed his office to the corner of Fourth
ig irret and Cherry Alley, between Smithfield a men Grnt
.. d reels, Pittsburgh. lO
,GEGROE W. LAYNO. Attorney at Law. Office
Nn, 54 Fifth street, near the Theatre, Pittsburgh,
soh t 7-1 y
477011./VEr AT LAW.—Office in Bears' Bnilding,
iiPpurth street, 'rittsbursh.l342.
101 IN J. MITCHELL—Attoromy at Law, office
ad , ..sorner of Smithfield and sth via.. eitishorh.
, frr Collections made. A•l busine3sentrustc . tl to his
are will be promptly attended to.
feb 16--Iy'
REIIOVAL.-11. Morrow, Alderman; Gift e mirth
side of Fifth st„, between Wood and Smithfield
Pittsburgh. sea 10
VIOL S. R. HOLM ES, ()trice in Second street, nett door
jj to Mulirany It Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10--1 y
OfINSTON ¢ STOCK'YON, Booksellers, Printers an
47 Paper Manufacturers, No. 37. Markel tn. nen 10-1 y
.ipOPEIN ANDERSON. Smithfield Foundry, Water Rt..
iteßr the Monongahela House, Filial mutt. Ben 10-1 y
B. YOUNG Sr, CO., Furniture Ware
JL Rooms, ',oilier of Eland st. ¢ Eschange
{Winans wishing to purchase Furniture, will find It to
heir advantage to give us a tall, being fully satisfied that
wie can please as to quality and price. sep 10
20 000 LBS Bacon (Ho:round) just received,
per steamer Eveline, and for sale low
R or cub, by
war 24
NICHOLAS D. COLIMAN. • •••• • ..... LOYD R. C 01.1011.11
COL EXAM' 4. CO, genera Agents, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants. Levee Streci, Vicktburg
'Mies They respectfuhyso.ict t consip,amenia. n 42—
WEBB CLOSET'S Boot and Shoe Manufacto
ry. No. 83 Fourth St., next door tot he U. States
-ranks Ladies Prunella, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
the neatest manner, and by the newest,Frcnch patterns.
`olllt 10
ign_l_A ROHM TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels. Edding Took, Budding
fit nivel', !carting Knives, Pruning Shears,.insi r e .
tceived and for sale by P. 1.. SNOWDEN.
sep 10 184 Liberty street, bead of Wood.
MAGISTRATES -'BLANKS, for proceedints in .de
tacitatest under the late law, for sale at this Office
FOR SALE.—Lora o■ the North East corner of Coal
Lase and street. Apply to
sap 10 BENJ. DARLANCI'ON, Market, near 411 h st.
100 LBS. Landreth's French Sugar Beet Seed, just
received and for gale at the Drug and Seed
184 Liberty !tree', head of Wood.
Store of
Pep JO
To be used la Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
"good paper,and in the forms approved 4y tale Coart.for sale
.at the Office of i be Mercury and Democrat. cep 10
WWC HUBBARD, Ladies' fashionable boot and
.boe Manufacturer, No. ICC Third ;wet, between
Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh seri la
:FAS. PATTERSON, Jr., Ricnsingheek, near Pittsburgb,
J Pa., Manufacturer of Locks, Hinges and Bolts; To
,beceto, Fuller. M ill and Timber Screws; HousenSciews for
9tolHtrg 111114, fu sep LO—IF
JOHN lIPCLOSKEY, Tailor and Clothier, Lther,o
street, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side,
eep 10
.W. SUBSUME 4• Co., Wholesale Grocers and
Common Merchants— Second street, between
Wood and Smithfield sts.,Pittsburgh. seplo--ly
Ira. 4. A. GORDON. Commission .and Formsal,n
llarettaour, Water st., Pittsburgh., imp 1,--17
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A 14.111 AN , JENNIN GS & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pr
duce Merchants,
And Dealers ir. Pittsburgh Manufrcturts
No, 43 Wood street, Pittsburgh
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street.
Agents for the safe of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
March 17, '43.
HANNA k TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse, No.
104, Wood sl., where may be had a general supply
of writing. wrapplog,prlnting, wall paper, blank books.
school hooks, kc, 4-c. cp 10-1 y
C. TOWNSEND dr CO., Wire Workers and
Manufacturers, No. 22 Market street, between 2d
and 3d streets. sep 10--1 y
EXCHANGE HOTEL, Corner or Penn and St. Clair
st reel s, by McISIBBIN fj SNIITII.
cep 10-1 Y
ward Hughes, Mannfacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. Wood st., Pittsburgh. sep 10 —I y
NEIV GOODS.—Freston 4- Mackey, whulesnle and
retail dealers in English. French, ar.d Domestic
Dr y Goods, No. Sl. Market st , Pittsburgh. set) 10
JOIIN 3PDEVIT'I", Wholesale Grocer Rectifying
Distiller, And Dealer In Produce and Pittsburgh
Manufactured No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts
burgh. sep 10
IVI[I.IA OK IL %V ti.r.i.ots 1 cum S. Dii.wortiu
Grocers Product and Commis:ion llercliants, and
dealers In Pitt ',bur glt Manufactured articles, No. 2.9,
Wood street. se p 10
SHERIFF & Manufacturers or Copper,
Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware, Nu. 80, Front At.,
burgh. llouse Spouting and Steamboat work promptly
extent, . Fel , 10
... ; , ,, c lit D AVID SANDS, IN ATCII AL CLOCK
MAK ER, Nu. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts.
!„...., burgh,
sep 10
supply of I.ancheth's .Gurrien Seeds, always on
hand, and Inc sale at his agency, the Drug gtore of
cep 10 184 Liberty xi reet, bend of Wood.
CMOVAL—NIaiIiMW Jones, Barber and flair Uress
er, has removed io Fourth street, opposil el he May
ors office, where he will b.' happy iolwait upon permanen
ur transient customers. lie solicits a share of public pat
ronage. bep 10
JOHN 1111FARL4ND, Upholsterer and Cabinet
.31-ker, Titled at. between Wood 4- -Market streets,
respectful informs his friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, Sidehoards. Ito.
real's, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, Bair and Spring
Mattrasses, Curtain., Carpets, all sorts of Upholstering
work, which Ire will warrant equal to any made In the
city, and on reasonable terms. sep 10
ItE.MOVALt--The etib.crihers have removal to Wa.
ter between Wood and Smithfield streets, where
obey roni inne the Wholeimic Grocery and Comm 19.
Sion htiMnes, and would re-pertfolly solteit the pal non.
age of their frientlg , J. W. HUI: BRA DC E 4. Co.
Dec 3
DI. A. W. PAT PERSON. atTice on Smithfield idireet
near Sixth. tier 10
FARE. REDUDED. S. M•tt. Litax or S.r•Gres AND
Rate 1:0•1 , CARP. from Pittsstm rgh, via Bedford,
chamhershorg, DarriAlitirg and Lancaster, to Phil:Met.
phia, connecting with the Mall train of Cars to N V,
r.. Only 150 milesstrieitil and one night out.
Also. the Direct line to Baltimore.
Fare In Philadelphia e 9.
Leavem daily o'rluck A. M
Office second dom . tiefow the Ftlerrhents hold Wood F
fob 23,1843-1 y . Proprietors.
CONVINCING:- Having been afflicted for nearly
two years, with it hard swelling on the cap of my knee.
which produced much pain, and used various applica
lions recommended Ity the Faculty—All in vain war
cured completely by the tine of one bottle of Dr . Brand•
reties Linos:tent, or External Remedy.
Witness nn• hand JA NIES TAYLOR,
Ohio to Allegheny co, Pa. Jan. 10th, 18411.
Dr. Brand retth's l•:ztetaal Remedy or Littament; sold
at his office, N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRICE--
541 cents per bottle. felt 8.
SUd./ . 11? A NI) 1110L.2SSES.
MIDS. N. 0. Sti2ar.
tPUP 40 bbls, Btolastaes.
Just received per Steam boat Ashland, and for gale by
niar3. Water st,, between Wood and Sinn hfie
JUST RECEIVF:I), Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finest quality. for sale whole,ale and
retail, by
FAMILY FLOUR —Just received a few barrels of
Superior Flour, made expressly for family use. Fur
sale by ISAAC CRUSE, 1 , 13 Llb, St.
In Store 50 barrels you, flour.
rodilsb; also, 5 barrels Nu 2 Mackerel, and 15
half barrels, will be sold very low, apply to
Isar 16. ISA ACCRUnE, 148 Liberty St.
WANTED, a boy of from 14 to 16 year.; of age.
Application to he made before the first of March to
184, Liberty bead of Wood
300 BBLS No 1 Salt on
t a t n ß d ß ti E o n r c s:f I e 4. Co .,
mat 24 Wafer at, between Wood add Smithfield
20,000 I C E S Cotton Yarns,
Nos. assorted
'2,000 11).4. Batting,
2,000 " Candle Wick,
1,000 " Caspet Chain, and
500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
ry. For sale by
JFANING: & ('n,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 93 Wood street.
mat 17
APPLES.—Just received from Ohio, per wagons, 35
barrels of green apples, consisting of -Pennocks"
“Blairs.l l Afro. 50 bushel* of d, led apples, for sale by
Who Keeps constantly or . hat t Timothy and Gtover
seed of the best quality mar 'l6.
JAMES U'. lla 9 I'l 111. RX ¢ JOHN P. .1 ENNI,VG S
have entered luta partnership fur the purpose of
erstwacting a Wholesale Grocery; Produce and Commis,
Edon busin e ss Uuderilwi firm and style of II AILM AN.
JENNINGS 4• Co.,at No 43 Wood street, oppuiite the
Merchan it' Ho lel, where a supply of Groceries and Pitts
burgh M nufactured A rticles can always be had on libe
al t NIBS. March 17 '43.
11.0 11H DS. Prime N.O, Sugar.
igu# 10 Tierces Rice.
19 tittle. N 0.3 Mackerel.
Vor sale tow to close eerisignmenyfA MRS MAY
mar 14.
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Ijainfficitin & CO.
CRAN-is,„ien, 00 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.
Terms— tat and Shipping 5 cents per 100 lbs
Comm moeins oa Etirehases sad sales 2 per.e,e,at.
Inv' 12;33
10 a Ba io Coffee.
oct 4.
received this day from New York. a fresh supply o.
the above celebrated cure fur Coughs, Colds and Con
sumption; and is ready to supply customers at wholesale
or retail, at his Medical Agency, St; Fourth el.
nov 12
DAVID CLARK, .11g't, tenakionable Boot Afakor,—
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. lie uses nothing Intl first rate
stock, nnd employs the best of workmen; and as he gives
its constant personal attention to business, lie truststhat
he will deserve aid receive a fair share of patronage.
sen 10
A Hunker respectfully informs his friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of Ice
Creams. together with all kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in thole sexton, at his establishment—NO.
Fifth street, ',owe- it Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties appalled on the shortest notice, with
cakes. or anything in Ilk line. Also families furnished
with Bread. ■ep 10
ft AM J. CLENI ER, residing at 66 Mott street,
New York, was afflicted with tiyspep , ia In its most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head.
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, cough, heart.
horn, pain in the chest and stomach always after eating,
impaired appetite, sensation of sinking at the stomach,
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent voinitings, dizziness
towards night and restlenes.s. These bad continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth. when, on consulting Dr.Wni.
Evans. 100 Chatham street, and submitting to his ever
successltil and agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
was completely restored to health in the short space of
one month, and grateful tor the incalculable benefit der iv.
ed. gladly came forward and volunteered the ahovestate
For sale Wholesale and goal! by
Cheap tbe Cash.
Prices Reduced.
Shore Reel Yarn. Long Reel Yarn.
No- 5 nt 16 etc per lli. 500 at 9 ets per dz.
6 at 161 ditto 600 at 8 ditto
7 at 17 ditto 700 at 7 ditto
Ii nt 171 ditto 800 at 6 ditto
9 at lit ditto 900 at 5 ditto
10 nt 194 ditto 1000 ut 4 ditto
11 at 19 ditto • •
12 at 191 ditto : Candlewick at 11l eta per lb,
13 at 20 ditto ;Coin Batting • 9 ditto
14 at 201 ditto Family do. • 32 3 ditto
15 at 21 ditto 'Carti't Chain • 20 ditto
16 at 22 ditto roi'n ine• 25 ditto
17 nt 23 ditto :Stocking Yarn and
18 at 24 ditto !Coverlet Yarn always on
19 at 2.i ditto Ata
20 nt 26 ditto lOotton Warps made to order.
fx-j•• Orders promptly attended to, If left of J. et C.
l'aititer'..Logan Q• Kennedy's, or the Pont office, addres,+:
reh 27: J. W. MOORII P.M) k Co.
Po'fk 111171:3 ! , 1, 0. El
OUP 2511 BIII,S N, 0. Mclacses
40 Tierces Rice.
20 Risk N0.:3 Mackerel.
10 do Not do.
7 Th•reeft Sperm'Oil. Just rerelved per El R Express ,
Mail and for sale by J. W. 1331 R BRIDGE 4- Co.
mar 4. Water st between Wood :Ind Smithfield.
TtIE subserilier hue removed his,FashlonwideiTistoring
E.sialiliglintent to the Monongahela house. 3:1 door
from firm si. on Smithfield sit.w here hisold customers and
all others win may favor Illm with a call may depend on
having their work done in a superior Style. From his
tong experience In the laigitte.s In this city, ai d in many
other fashionable cities in Europe and America. lie feels
confident that lin can give satislhction to all who may
please to favor Oita with their custom. My girict alien! ion
to lai>otess and superior workmanship lie hopes in merit
intend k~~•pinQ
and rtaretve a are of public patronaze. 14'
on hand a .apply of it art 4 amid rimmin , dc voilasde for the
cuitotner trade which will be sold at very teenc ed price..
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fri) THE PUBLIC. and particularly to my former
patrons of this city:—Having retired from the
practice of Medicine, I may be permitted to say, that it I
has fallen to the lot of hut few persons to have enjoyed
so liberal or large a share of olistreirwal practice as my
own has hten for th,• last 30 or 40 years.
lire experience of that lorry period of aeliVe. life, and the
fact of my having been twice, since 1830. associated with
Dr. It. A. Wilson, in the practice of medicine, (in both a
period of five years,) enables me tujudge fully of the
merits of his pills.
So convenient.so efficient, and yet so Rafe, did I esteem
these pills, that for the last five years in my practice for
the cure of chronic diseases,of whatever name, and I hose
of females in particular, I have used more oi them than
all other medicines.
Like every other medicine, this must fall in some In
stances, hut in my hands there has been less disappoint.
ment and more satisfaction in administration of I his
one remedy than of ail others; its good effects sometimes
quite astonishing me.
If my patient required a safe aperient medicine either
•fore or after parturition, the Wilson's pt.ls were just
the thing I wonted.
If a dyspeptic acid condition of the l stomacit, combined
wit It costiveness or inact Way of the liver. roost hooted the
disease of my patient. the pills were Jest th e t h ing I
If 1 treated a case requiring art einmenagogue, the
Wilson's pills were just the thlog 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 resp2et to the name, a disease might
happen to wear at the time I have had It under treat
ment, particular Indications or sympions arising, were
ab•mys most promptly and most happily met by the
Wilson's pills.
53 INlntket.
That so great a number of diseases, and sometimes ap.
parently opposite ones, in which I have used these pills,
should be clued more readily by them than by any other
remedy, may at first seem strange and contradictory, but
why it Is so Is as clear to my mind as that a great many
persons should become thirsty from r.s many diffelest
causes, and yet nil require that common and greatest of
all blessings, water to quench their thirst,
In conclusion, it is due the • eputation of the medicine
and the public, tonay decidedly and uncondillonaßy,that
the Wilson's pills are the only combination I have ever
met with in my longrourse of practice, that really pos.
eescesanything curative or specific for sick headache_.
Yours ke., DR. MILOADAMS.
The above Pills designed pacticulaily for the sick
Ilaeri.Actse, Dyspepsia, Constipation of 'lie Bowels ke,
prepared by the proprietor rif. it. A. Wilson, and for
sale, wholesale and retail, at his dweintig IA Penn cie , el.
below Ma-hut ) Oct I
C 9 Er Sri c ~, e he K wire was formerly resorted to in all
of burns, sralds and wounds, where rnortifra.
was apprehended, The necessity for such sharp erac•
tire es kis no longer. The Magical Pain Extractor, from
Comstock 71 Malden Lane is a far more efficient Keveti
live of mortification than cold steel or nit rat' of silver.
Theapplication of this wonderful corn p „,nil instantly
burns or
removes the local poi 11.1 in d tithe won't , '
Se. Id t
repot - I
bruise has not injured some vital o'nnarts° -s , o
cure int, ussiide , It will in a vs i , nd
Pilo W;(:„Eata
restore the part affeeted to a
zhind. Ttol(prepa ration is
without leaving
the gleam
also a certain remed f ' .thameil eyes, cancerous sores,
y sore nipple and a
o ebrasions
awl's, broken breast •
cii. Its sneer. - as a cure for
and eruptions of % led
and , h _ —.swarm for its eara.
the piles is unpa• fr.,
_„..— Most respectable and en.
live. propertie' Me ltl.
lightened s-AT":.:Atle's, 86 Fourth street:
For. este a
_,,(EXOJI! IX CIII . :.IIISTRY—East India
-"lbw , Die--colots the hair and will not the skin
irilyc taint orm of a Powder which in plaih tootle.
.1' fact may be app to the hair over night, the first
night turning the light r grey hair to dark brown; and
by repeating a second or night, to a jet black. A n y
iieronmay• therefore. wit
least possible trouble
keep his hair any dark shade o
,_ rfec
li t black, with the
positive assurance that the powue
ped to the skin
will not color it! There is no color
These Ca this statement.
as any one may easily test.
e warranted
by the chemist who manufactures t.
For sale at TUTTLE'S, 86 Soivill a"
large assortinent,of Patent ltleakinea may air,
at either wholesale or retail
. ...p.*Worget 1 86 Forie streit I"
For sale by
3 • 4. A, CORDON
R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
No 20, Wood street, below Seennd
DR. GOODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pills are strongly 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
ercise. or genera! debility of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
affections: These Pills have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians In the Hal.
Led States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
Retail. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, helow Second.
WM. ADAIR, Boot and Shoe .Maker, Liberty St.,
opposite the head of Smithfield at., Pittsburgh.—
The subscriber having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the aid ;land of Mr: R., and is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work In his line, In the best manner
and on the shortest notice. He keeps corstently on hand
a larvi assortment ofsboc findings of all descriptions and
attic best quality. He solicits the patronage of the nub
ile and of the craft. WM. ADAIR.
sep 10
and Azle* for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The subscribers manufacture and keeps constantly on
hand Conch, C and Elflute Springs (warranted,) Juniata
Iron Axles, Sliver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated Huh Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver. and Brass Lamps, Three fold Reps, Malleable
ron, Door Dandles and Hinges, &a, &c.
St. Clair st., near tie Allegheny Bridge.
H. D. SELLERS, M. D., office and dwelling in Fourth,
• near Ferry street. sep 13—ly
The attention nf who have been somewhat seep.
tical in reference to the numerous certificates publirlied
in favor of Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher.
ry, on riccount of the persona beinz unknown to this see
lion of the Slate, is respectfully directed to the following
certificate, the writer of which has been a citizen of this
borough for several y ears. and is knoth la no a gentleman
of integrity and realkunflibliiiy.
To the A'ent, Mr. I. KIRBY.
I have need Dr. Swavne's Comp and Syrup of Wild
Cherry for a cough, with which I have been severely af
flicted for about four months, and I have no hesitation
In saying that it lathe most effective medicine that I have
been able to procure. It eommwes all uneasiness, and
agrees well with my diet,—and mantalna a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend it to all others
similarly afflicted. J. Mtaxicx, Borough of Charoherah , z.
March 9. 1940. cep 23
Forsale by WILLIAM THORN No. 53 Market street
10111ERSONS desirous of procurlne Fruit, Shade, nod
Ornamental Trees, or Shrubbery, from Philadel
phia or New York, are requested to make application as
soon as Possible, at the Drug and Seed More of the subs
Prriber, where can be had catalogues, gratuitously. of the
most excellent varieties. F. 1.. SNOWDEN.
asp 21 No lil4. Liberty street, head of Wood
MAMMA M ANCTPACTOTLY.—PatrIek Cuwfield re.
rpect rally acquaints his friends and the 1111111 it
eratly, that he has commenced the Marble business at tho
corner of Fifth and Liberty sls.. where will he constantly
on hand. tomb clones, mantel pieces. monuments, bead
and foot stones, table vlabN for cabinet ware, and every
article:ll - open:lining to the tnisiness, He will warrant Ills
work lobe well done, and his charges will he moderate.
e reaped fully ask!' a aliare of nubile patronage. sep 10
WM. STEELE, (successor to H. M'Closkey) Fash
loaa',l4l Root Maker, Liberty et., 2d door from
Virgin Alley. Tire stibscriber yeepeet fully informs the
public that he has commenced the above business In the
, :hop formerly occupied by Mr. Henry M'Closkey,
and that he is now prepared to attend to nll orders in his
liur.ofbustrress with despatch and on the mom reasonable
terms. From his lone experience in the manufacture of
Fashionable Bouts, he feels confident that all articles
from bk eskildishment will give satisfaction to his pa•
irons. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicit.
ed. sep 10
BIRD SEF:DS A f can tnppiy or Bari Seeds, con
misting of Cannry mp.and Rape; Just received by
• feb 3. F 1. SNOWDEN, 143 Liberty et.
Portable Platform Scales on wheels, to weigh 2,500 lbs, a
*55 00.
do do do do 2,005 at $45 00
do do do do 1,500 at 35 00
do do do do 1,000 at 30 00
do do do do 500 at 25 1)(1
With raising, levers an addition of 153 to each scale.
Dormant SCRICS for the use of Warehotizes, Flouring
Mills, ir c.,t he sante 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 for from 3 to $l5,
They a lso mantifacture Steam Engines for Flooring
111 ills. Faw Mills, Salt Works. 4-e„ double and single
geared slide lathes,foot and other lathes for wood turning
machines for tenanting chairs, planing machines, door
and sash machines. Hall's patent horse power, with or
without I trashing machines, a superior article: circular
paw shafts, machines for sawing lath, Tinner's MR
chilies- and tools of all descriptions,also for making black
log boxes, a superior article; governors fur steam engine•
stocks. laps and dies, coffee mills. bedstead or Joint hots
and machinery for making the same, cotton factory ma•
chinery made or repaired; printing press plattens turned
and I” . ltating presses repaired
sep 22—if
WM. E. AUSTIN, Attorney at Law, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Office In 411 i street, opposite Burke's Building.
Wict.tAtit E. A es-rta, Esq.. will gine hisattent ion to my
unfinished business, and I recommend Mtn to the patron
age of toy friends. Ay SVILWA RD.
,„. sa--1
LIBRARY of Religious,llistoticaLPothical,and
cellaneous Works, will be open eyery day, Sabbath rx.
centod, "ram 7 o'clock, A. M omit 9, P. M., In the Ex
change Building, corner et St ;Clair street and Exchange
alley, wnere ptincte.. l attendance will bet:Nen by
, tcp 10 _ .1. GEmmiL.
United States =prosy Line
Leaves Pittslmrgh daily, at 2 P 14. via Steam.
boat to Brownsville, thence in se'endhl new coaches lo
Cumberland, over the great rational Road, and (row
there by
in superior new eight wheeled cars, to Baltimore,
Washingiori city and Philadelphia,.
The allow Line is r3presented to the traveling public.
as being unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
cities for comfort and expedition, having made arrange
ments to convey passengers through in two days,
no night teasel, either by Stage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of it! Only 75 miles Stage traielling, and 56
miles less Than the Wheeling route, and that in superb
new coac hes.
Fare to Baltimme, 110.
Office lathe Monongahela House.
cftl d 3 Stage Proprietors
For publishing a New Daily Paper in the City of Pitts
burgh, to be entitled the —
THESnbacribers having made arrangements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Mercu•
ry into one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Af orning Post.
The leading object of the "Port" will be the dissemina
tion and defence of the political principles that have litre
tofore been maintained by the Editors, in their respective
papers, and their bestelioris will still he devoted to 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
tersand occurrences that come properly within the sphere
of a Public Journal, to make their paper sufficiently in
cresting to entitle it to the patronage of the public, it
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the political and general news that wilt
be found in the ••Aferaiag Post," the Editors will take
pains to furnish the businesss community with
the latest and most 110AT:tiling COXMILRCIAL lIITIMLI
cxxca from all parts of the country, and to have prepa
red such accounts of the Markets and the State of Trade
as will be advantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callings.
Terms.—The POIIT will be published en a large impert•
at sheet of tine paper, (manufactured especially for this
Journal) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per an num, payable in advance. It will also be sold by
news.hoys at the tow rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Advertisements . will be Inserted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
KrT vv ENTY nctive lads are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be engaged on the most liberatterms
mproved Piny
lufacinred he
reir Idechint
between ma
lt street. two
,re flail, Pitt,*
luracture and
,d the follow
ig Acales(whot,
r composed of
No. 1, Port
le Platfern
ales on we'll
weigh 35UU
uuda,ul 1665,.
August 31, 1442.
BY Morrison k Cu. London:. for sale only by S. N
Wickersham, earner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and ii. Harwood, Beaver Pa, who
is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sep
lll'Closkeyls Clothing Store
No. 151 Liberty street, one door from the
Jackson Foundry.
V HE substriber Is just receiving. at his well known
Ji establishment, the largest. most varied and cussexar
STOCK or GOODS that has ever been offered in this city.—
Every article was selected by himself in the eastern el.
ties, and purchased at the LONVEST CAMS PRICES, and he is
therefore enabled to . sell his *articles much lower than
they can be had at any other establishment west of the
His articles are tilt made by experienced workmen,
from the latest manufactured goods and In the MOM
He feels confident that all persona who will enll at
Ida establishment and examine his stock will he mitisfied
that RETTRI3 13A RG.4I SS can he obtained at the
than at any similar establishment in the city,
Ills stork tosSists in part of
Coats,Pantaloons, Vests, Drawers., Shirts,
Cravats, Stocks, Gloves, Suspenders,
And every other article or of the best style
From his varied stock of cloths he Is prepared to
MAKE CLOTHES TO ORDER at the shortest notice,
in a style unsurptmuni by any other Pittsburgh house,
and warranted to fit.
His stock of Spring and S..mer Ovid: is superior to
any previous Importations and he has no hesitation In
sayinf that for excellence, beauty end cheapness they
cannot be equalled in the west.
The suhscriber would once more return his thanks to
his Mende and the public for the unprecedented patron
age bestowed on his establishment, and believing that
tile Customer, had found it to their advantsee to deal
with hint, ho would repeat his invitation to all those
who wish to purchase Clothing of every desettptlon at
lowest prices,teweall at No. 151, I (DIRTY STREIT.
etrObservn Metal Ptak, to the Pavement.
Feb 22 . _
Passage and Remittances,
ti ll- • i -I t • r
7 4- 41,1
Al tek
Neuf York Rud Liverpool Line.
PERSONS eesiroas of sending for their friends to
come from any part of Great Britain. are respect
fully Informed that the subscriber Is at all Hines pre
pared to make such engagements' He is prepared
to remit monies by drafts, which are made payable at
any point throughout the United Kingdom on presenta.
lion; having been fur the last 12 years engaged In the
business, he feels eontident that his arrangements on
both Aides the Atlantic are such as will give satisfaction.
The Ships comprising the above line, are all of the first
claw and are commanded by careful and skillful masters,
leaving Liverpool onee each week during the season.—
For further parti caters apply If be letter to
N 0.61 South street. New Yolk.
nt Messrs Dalian I Fleming's, Water street Plis'ngh.
March 3-2 ind.
vr.lNuracTußEß or Tin, Copper and Sheet !roe
111. Ware, No. 17, Firth at., between Wood and Mar—
Keeps constantly on hand 'good assoi [meat of wares,
and solicits a share of i mithe imtronare. Also. on hand,
the Mlllwol7 r rtirles: Shovels, Pokers, Totp.. Gridirons,
Skillets, Teakettles, l'ots, Ovens, Coffee Mills kr. Mer
chants and others are invited to can and examine for
themselves, ns he is deteresitied Wiwi( cheap fCtr mob or
approved paper.
mar. 14—ti
8L00M.4:- . = - 215 woe Mew iitlore and fur mow!,
Ja. 31843. taste: between Wood ilafith
Meeting of the Democrat i c Members of the
A meeting of the democratic members
of both branches of the legislature of E'enn:
Sylvania, was held in the East Committee
Room of the State Capital, on Thursday
evening April 1843. It was organ.
ii,e4 by ar pointing, •
SA . NIVEL FEGELY, of Berks, Presi
dent; and Luther Kidder, Of Luierun;
It was then, on motion,
Resolved, That a committee be appoint
to draft a report relative to the proposed
Democratic State Convention to be held at
Harrisburg, on the Fourth of March,lB44,
for the purpose of . nominating an Electo±
rat Ticket for this state, choosing delegates
to ,a National Convention for the purpose
of nominating candidates for the Presiden,
cy and Vice Presidency of the United
States, and, also, for nominating a midi,
date to be ,sepported at the next Gubernit—
toiial election.
The Chair appointed the following na.
med gentlemen said committee: Messrs.
Champneys, of Lancaster, Penniman, of
Philadelphia,Mctanahan, -of Franklin;
Bourpfort, of Philadelphia, Kerr, of Mer
cer, and Brawley, of Crawford.—After
which, the meeting adjourned tp meet
gain on Friday evening, April 14.
Friday Evening, April 14
The meeting re-assembled, when
Mr. Champneys, from the committee
appointed for that purpose, made the rep
port; which was adopted, and ordered to
be published:
As the time is rapidly approaching
which will require the Democratic party
of Pennsylvania to present an expressiqe
of sentiment, as to the proper candidates to
bp suported for the offices .of, President
and Vice P.reident of the United States,
the Democratic Members of the Legislan
ture have thought it their duty to assemble;
according to theThsages of the party', for
the purpose of designating a time, for hold
ing the National Convention.-and to urge
the adoption of proper measures for an ef.
fictent organization. The 'disastrous re—
sult of the election of IS4O, and its injuri
ous consequences to the interest.
warn us of the necessity ofunred and har—
monious aption in the approaching contest,
The combined power of our opponents,
aided by the lavish expenditures of large
sums Of money—the eager desire for of,
ace—and the expectation of the ad.t s, anta.-
ges of change, excited by extravagant
promises. and the anticipation of; increased
prosperity; the careful concealment from
the public eye of any avowed principle of
policy, for which they were contending,
all tended to produce the extraordinary
and unexpected result; a temporary Ale
teat of the great democratic party of the
Union. . ,
The principles for which we are con■
tending are so clearly identified, with nil
the safeguards of free government; and
contribute so essentially to the secure en
joyment of the just and equal rights of, the
citizen, that we can have no, apprehension
so long as the Value of our free .it►stitu,
tions is properly appreciated, that the dem.
()crane party can be peritianently prostrav
ted. „
The greitt truths, promulged by Seiler.
son, have laid the secure foundation of our
principles in those salutary constructions
of the constitution, which resist the pow
ers of the government to the exercise of
such authority as is clearly and distinctly
granted, and in that zealous anxiety and
vigilance to prevent either an invasion or
usurpation or popular rights, which are
vital to the public safety and to the purity
of our institutions. , „.
Equal and exact justice to all men of
whatever state or persuasion, religious or
political; the support of the State G-ov
ecnrnent in all their rights; the preseatas
don of the General Government in its
whole constitutional vigor, as the sheet
anchor of our peace at home and safety
abroad; a jealous care of the right of elect
lion by the people; the supremacy of the
civil over the military authority; economy
in the public expense, that labor may be
lightly burthened; the honest payment o
our debts and sacred preservation of
public faith; the diffusion of inform o n ,
and the art aigament of all abuses at tli n
oar of public opinion; were some of the
many securities which the great apostle or
democracy avowed as essential to the
maintanence and preservation of our free
institutions. Our daily experience of the
virtue and efficacy of the principles which
be has thus professed, strengthens our ad.
nairatinn of the patriotism and stern intee
thy of the great Republican whose name.
revered by every,lover of liberty, as the
author of the charter of our National free.
dou►, is entitled to increased veneration,
from his precepts and practice In the ad-
ministration of the governtneut, and which
showed how highly and justly he valued
the great principles of freedom, which he
so ably inculcated.
The ascenlency of the democratic patty
ita the Umon, . has been maintained by
cherishing and practicing the principles
which brought it .inro power. To sustain,
with the utmost vigilance and jealousy, all
the privileges of the citizen upon terms of
entire equality; and a determination to re.
gist every encroachment upon popular
rights which might, if successful, prom
dangerous to the existence of free goveria.
meat, have been Um reading characitarivi.