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VOL 1.-NO. 238
THOS. PHILLIPS & W.
*. W. CORNKR OF WOOD 4. FIFTH. STS
ligil4.—FlVE DOLLARS a year, rvoyeble in
'devote. Single copies TWO CENT o 3—for sale at the
@ouster of ibe office, and by New■ Boys.
Tile Mercury and-Manufacturer
e published WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
rstiallnot sheet, at TWO DOLL ins a year, In ad.
vanes. :Marie coplei. SIX CENTS.
Terms of A
PAR g4UAREC OF TWO
3s Insertlen, 0.50 I
INPOlAirertlong, 0,95 1
Three Instr. tlons, 1,00
rwo ow**. 3,00
Three weeks. 4.00
YE %RIX ADVERTISEMENTS
CR•IttiEABLR LT PiAtASCRt.
Oil Simms. Tiro Sqicaret
ihreanntlu, $13,00 'Aix months, $ Z 3,00
040 year. 25,00 One year. 35,00
117 . 1"eirr adeertifements In prorortlon.
meas.( four-lines Six Dot.t.►as 2 year.
PUBLIC OFFICES, &C.
CRT* Own Orticia. Third between Market and Wood
*Torre* H was, Water. 41% deer fro= Wood st. Peter.
POI lin.liftrie..--tiajor John Willock.Collecior.
(llTr Wood between Fit , t. aed Second
tritta—iawies A. Sartre's, Tresinrer.
*!earn Tau Agent, Third street. nevi doer to the
Tbitl Proehvierinn Chnreh—S. R. lobos' on, Tf o:lPltref.
%TO r)P7ICII, Fourth, het wenn Market and Wand
Strews— ileirander.flaY t Mayor •
Illeacertires ExcHAPICIC. Fourth, near Ida ric.4
her • n.hetween Market. and Wu'd aireela, on
riord &hi ?want% at rent 4.
Milt "Plik.Nrse •nn M►ttorar:roacca' AND Fiataßaa' Ilc•
roan B nc , (rornt•trly Sarin: Fund,) Foartal, betwcen
Nern4 anti Market atteela.
erowome. einh Wee,. near Wued.
Illionanitancaa Hoven. Water sireei near the Bridge
Recitation lioraa, comer Penn mei S 4. ('lair.
Sinacatatrre floral, corner of Third and Wood.
Ilayna.corner of Third and Smithfield.
Tae = rams. care net of Penn and Canal.
ll!rarao Shout, Liberty street, near Seventh.
fOlit.i.ono Mansion flouat,Liberiy dt oppoelie Wayne
Rite urroarr *W. , 101.1 110CSZ, Penn St. opposite Canal
OnitaT v. 00 DS, ATTORNEY AND
1 1 1 1 1 , COUNSELLOR AT L .11V. —OM reran
wells Selteaseirs offices on Grant at., neatly opposite
tee Kew Coert [louse, next rooms to John D. 411alion,
dsq .—First floor. sop 10
111110 S. IL ELLIOTT, M. D".—()lice religoomi t.
Clear street, between Penn and Liberty Svc,
ralltedistrll. n I , 10
UUGH TOIRIt, Atto , nev at Law, North Ea.n. corner
dicAmithlield and Fourilisireets. sep 10-1 Y
rirLANDLESS & 11I'C Ltir RE, Attorneys and
/VA. Counsellors at Law: Office in the Diamond. hock
*fibs old_Court tiouge. Pittshurgh. aro 10
WINK It FINDLAY. Attorneys at Law. Fourth st,
neat the Mayor's Mice, PttssAmArch. sep 104 y
TlO O . HA M 1 LTON, Attorney at Law, Fifi h, between
Wood and Smithfield ate., rittotnirati. sep 10-1 y
Nir316.0 1 11.4.R A. ROBINSONOtuoroev at law
Office on the noel h side of the Diammid.heiwre•
0114tket and 11nion streets. np stairs PPP 10
~1. DIIIIIIORAW, Attorney at Law; tendert ,
• his W01'05401131 lief•loe2 l 10 the 0111,11 e. °MI - CCM ,
of Flab and Market gateau, above H. 1.1ny.! le Co',
itare.Pithdaireh. Pa. !Pp 10
EYerreß Ni ay.:it ‘N. 'At Porney , at L. office
rottroved from the Diamond, In •• ilnrney'sßinv,"
Wilily side of roctrth street. between M a rt,ri and Wood
0 MINs PPP 10
BUCKM‘LSTER, ATM:VEY AT LAW,
111. An. restogrii INa eir.c.• in the corm/ of Fourth
greet andelterry Alley, between Smithfield and Grant
terear,Pillebureb, Pep 10
GEORGE W. LA EN'O. A ttarriev at Law, O ffi ce
Wt. 54 Fifth street, near the Theatre, Pittrlnirgh
•• READE IV ASiii VG
ATTORNEY AT 1.4 W. —Office in nears' 11 ng
!berth street. t'ittstntrtfh. Nov . 5. 11142.
ICIFIN J. MITCHELL--Atior.my at Law, other
corner of Smithfield and sth its Pittsburgh.
Collections made. A I nosiness entrusicd to las
*re will be promptly attended to.
R E:r e V or A. F L ici .; It s; or r
w o a c ' e , n A
w l& r ' d na . %
d off:i s
. :) ,t n i. o fi r p t l i d i
ipt S t Pittsburgh. grit 10
DR. 8. R. HOLMES, Offire in Somali stroei, nest door
to Motoring 4. Co's Glass Wareitosoe rep 10-1 y
-roans rt,r4 # r; roc K I'ON. Ilcouteelietv. Printer, as
Paper N madams n rent. No. 37. Strirkei tt..ep IINI
TOON ANDERSON, Stnehlirld PotiArr,
# wear the Mannesahrta tittette, rIW:t Vir2h. 10-1 y
tftoolmt a TOGS . FRANCIS 1.. YOUNG.
rridam B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
1 Rooms. turner of Hand at. Ecchance Alley.
Famous wishing to purchase Furniture. will find at to
heir advatita2e a giVe U. a call, twiny fully iatit4ted that
We tea please as to quality and price. sep 10
15WMOL11 1 D. Coucx•pg.....• • LOT. It. COLEMAN
COL &NAN f CO,Ci • Agents, Forwurding and
COionniasidor Merctianti yen Streci, Vicksburg
. 'lllll.ll Tikey rcap!otfullysoaet t conpignments. n 22-
WEBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe WI nefacto.
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., nest &tor to the U. Stairs
Sankt Ladies Pruftella, Kid and &Wan Shoes made ;n
he heatestmanner, and by the newestrrench pattern..
GiRDEN TOO4B, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels, E'ddlny l'ools, Boddie:
Itnives, renalng Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., Jost re-
Whirl and for sale by P. L. SNOW DEN.
rise 10 184 Liberty street, bead of Wood.
M t e G u l k irr ou tA a i n ' E de S: lithLeAl:teK
r pLe i c e ee a d t i 7 is i 101
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, atC.—
o be used In Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
toad paper,and in toe forms approved by i he Couri,,for sale
t tine Office of the Mercury and Democrat. aep 10
WM. HUBBARD, Ladies* fashionable boot and
stipieianufaeturer.Pio. 101, Third s , reet, between
Wald asdSmitklet4streets. Pittsburgh sep 10
TAIL PATTERSON, Jr., Sarinlnsham, 'sear Poisburgh,
Pa., Manafacturer of !Acta, Hinges and Boils; To.
Leo, roller. Mill awl Timber Screws; Hawn Screws for
Rdliof Mi111,4-e. Pep y
BIPCLOSKEY, Tailor and Clul frier, Liber.y
tII. -street, between BIZIb ana Virgin alley, /South side,
I G. 4. A. CORDON. C 0111311110•61011 and Forwarding
aI • Merchants, Water st.,PittsburVi, sep
alranisigham Sic CO.
COMMUNION .41. ND FORWARDIXO AMR
cmjarra. No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Ps..
Teams—taceiwing and Shipping 5 cents per 100 lbs.
taandasioas on Porehoses sod sales ei per evil.
_. V. '43
S. 111011,110 W,
dAttIiVICTUREitot Tin, Copper and Sheet Cror
Wart, 110. 17, Path K., between Wood and Mar=
[asp celmiutntly on hand a good assot tmtnt of wares,
sedilleticks a shard Of imblle patronage. A Iso. on hand;
thelkillewing a nicks: Shoved'. Pokers, Tongs. Gridirons,
MUNN Teakettles, Pots, arena, Coffee Mills ica. Met.
cranks and others are Inviled to call and mutinies tot
thruster*. at he Is determined lose cheap Pm Dash ort
LVE LINF4 OR LEAS:
One month, 35.00
Two monis, 11.00
Three months, 7,011
Four months, 8,911
Six months, 10.00
One year, 15.00
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IN - Gr .
HAILMAN, JENNINGS& Co,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
And Dealers it. Pittsburgh Alaoufactures
No, 43 Woud street, Pittsburgh
lIAIt.afAN, JENNINGS &C 0..,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
N 0.43 Wood street.
Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Ya rms
March 17, `47.
THORPSOIII TUNICA TURN DUI L.
LIANNA 4. TURNBULL'S raper Warehouse. No.
11.4, Wood !a., where may be had a general supply
of wrapping. printing, wall paper, blank bnukg,
school hooke, 4.c, te. scp 10--ly
IC. TOW N.iEND ¢ CO.. Wire H'orkers avid
L. Ahrnmfact , No. 23 Market st reet, bet ween 2d
and :3d streets. sep 10--Iy
ILIXCIIANGE HOTEL, Corner of Penn and St. Clair
4 st reel A. by 113EIN g smrni.
rep 113-1 Y
InIROWNSVII.I.r. JUNIATA lIIuV WORK.S.--Ed
wa•d Hut'le.+. Manufaciurer of Iron and Rails
Warehouse N 0.25, Wand si.. rursbureli. sea 10 -I y
EIY GOODS.—Preston 4- Mackey, whulr4mle and
I. retail dealers In English, French, at d Dontrai Ir.
nry Condo. !go. F,l, Markel At ,Pnishnreh. s e p 10
(OLIN 111 9 DEVITT, ‘Vltolesate Grocer nert ifs !fig
t 4 Distiller, And Dealer in rrniltirc and Pitisliur4ll
Manufactured Articles, No. '224 Liberty Street, Pitts-
Sorgh. sep 10
sVI 11. VI/MI.IOIN I CIIN 1)11.W0C1 II
WILLIAMS & DlLwortva.—_whoiesai,
Crocerg Product a 0.1 I II inis,Aion Mercltanla , nod
JeßNl's In ri“.lkorgh M3otifaciured article;, No. 29,
Wood street sep 10
JO(IN B.SIICRIVF 7n,. N. Kcir
IaiIEACIFF & KE.IN, ISlatiiiraniurers of Copper,
1,-7 Two, and Silent I roo Warr, No 110. Front it ,
burgh. !louse Spooling and Sicaoilroat work vorniolv
exccuted. sep 10
DAvID SANDS, V% ATCII & CLOCK
MAKER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts
DV . / h:R EN - IVATCHES,C I.or KS, BR EASTPLIES
FINGER KENOS, CHMXS, KEYS, COMES.
lANDRETWS GARDEN SEEDS.- A Nu
J supply of Laiiilleth's Garden Seeds, always on
!land, and for tale al his agency, the Drugstore of
F. L. BNOVVDEN,
Pen 10 184 Litoccly strect,head of Wood.
REMOVAL —Mali hew Jonrs, flarlmr and flair Ore.s.
rr, has removed to Pourlll st reel , opposilei he May
ors office, where he will he happy to:watt upon itermanent
or transient customers. Ile sollcilsa share or public sit •
roust,. two 10
JOHN M , FARL :sib, Upholsterer and Cabinet
.M..ker, Third et. between Wood k Market streets,
respectful Iniqrnis his friends and the public that be Is
prepared to execute all of dere for Sntas, Sid,boarde -
reaus, Chairs, Tallies, Cledeteude,Siand-A, !lair and Sprin:
Matirrieseir. Curl:tin., Carpels, all ,ores of Uplinkterins
work, which lie will warrant equal .o any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. pep 10
ItEMOVALt—The 11111,4Critlel, have retnov. d to Vt'a.
ter between Wood and Smithfield at reete. where
they wilt continue the Wholesale Grocery and Commis•
would re.neouittly 'nitwit the patron.
age of their frienria. .1. W. BUIIMII C Eq Co.
DV.. A. W. PA - r ERSON...7:fice on Smithfield street,
near Stith. se( 10
1 8 :t....4.4.144.
F ,BE IZEDIMED. IT s
MllAll. 1.l IF ST AGIN A <T ,
R AIL 1:0•D CARP, i . 1,111 1 , +1 , 111 . 211, via Itrdford,
LaeratOer, to Plilladri.
Oita, connerilteg with UJir Mail Irani of Cars 10 N Y.
4r. ()illy 150 and one ;light out.
Afro, the liireel line to
Pare lo Philadelphia SR.
Liiiivois daily at ft o'cioick A. !4.
°dire serood door below t h.• !di - irritant, (1 0 1,1 Wood st
M P.!si 11E1.1— (i It All AN!. WA(111 k co
frh 2.3.1843-Iy. Proprietors.
THE GRE AT CENTI: AI. ROU E. N ATION %I.
ROAD AND B.ALTI \WEL F. ANtl OHIO RAILRO ID
‘TEIO , It tie o M roach," for Washington City,
Baltimore, PhiLadefriiia and New For-t-.
This line, is In r4ll operation and Ir nyesPittsioirgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. M., via Washinzi on 'a. atd national
road in Cumberland. connecting here with the rail road
C.O . A. to all the above places: Traveller,' will find this
speedy and comfortable route, it bring:l separate and
distinct Pilishuigh and Corn''erland line. facilities will be
afforded which have not been heretofore enjoyed. Ex
Ira coaches furni.hed at the shortest notice, wino the
priviletr of griog throigh direct, or taking cne night's
Vest • 1 . ..heir option.
For tickets, a p ply at our office ai gbeMononealrela
!louse. L. W. STO('KTON•
Felt 3d--dif. President of N. It. Slav' Co.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES!
FROM PITTSRURDII TO BALTIMORE AND
United States Eipiess Line
Leaven Piltsl.nrgh dai'y, al 2 o'clock, e..m, via St earn.
boat lo Brownsville, thence in splendid new coaches to
essmherland, over the great National Road, and from
in superinr new elght wheeled cars, to Baltimore,
Washin:tor Hoy and Philadc4p4tia.
The ;fount I.inc i, r •preseni ell 10 the traveling, inthlte
as being net na li tt twiween the Onto River and East ern
chies for comfort and evriedition, having made arrange
merits to convey passengers through in two days, and
no night travel, either by Rage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of it! Only 75 miles Stage travelling. and 513
miles less than the Wheeling route, and that in superb
Pare to Raltlmo P. SW).
Offtre In the Monongahel a !louse.
A. HENDEr SON etc CO.,
}4CTS SPE.4K FOR TIIE.,IISELVES--TRUTIIIS
CONVINCINO:— Havtng been afflicted for nearly
Iwo ypaes, with a hard swelling on the cap of ntv knee.
which prodinmd much pain, and nand endow:, applica
lions recommended by the Fneolty---all in wain wit
cured completely by the vise of one haMlie of Or. RrauA•
relh'sLinainenioor tetanal Remedy.
Mine/8 my band JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co. Pa. Jan. 10th. 18.10.
Dr. Drandreth's Ester - sal tentrdy or Linameni; sold
al htteffice, No. 98 Wood street, PillAurgit, PRICE
-SEI cents per bottle. feh 8.
JUST REC1 4 11PF:D, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemon el he finest quality. for Ea le wholesale and
S.; Market St.
IS C 4141,011 rani , asso rted
1,000 44 Carpet Chein, and
500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
ry. For sale by
HAILMAN, JENNING'; & Co,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street,
YAWL FOR g nttv Clinker bunt Yawl
(ticSaughten's build) for tele low for cash. Art.
ply to 01111SINGH II 4- CO.
ap No6o Waft dtir
PITTSBURGH, 13, 1843.
rt ANI EL 111. CURRY, Attorney at Law. or.
ifi flee on sth st telween and Smithfield. al) H.
PEASE'S 116 ARHOCIXIS C.d.PlDY.—TtrrrLr has
received this day from New York. a fn sit supply o.
the above ceielirriled cure for Cou;hs, Colds and Con
ounipt ion; alid is ready to slimily cu , lomera at wholesale
or retail, at his Aledical .49ency, E 6 Fourth et.
DAV II) CLARK, g't, fashionable Boot Makcr,—
etas removed to No, 34 Alarket street, between
Second and Third streets, where lie wou d be happy
to see his old customers. and all others who feel distrust.
cd to patronize hint. He uses nothing but first rate
steels, and empluys the hest of workmen; and as he give
his rorwtant personal attention tohusiness, he truststitat
he %vitt deserve receive a fair share of patronage.
Flta R ICE UEA M. 4" CONFCCTIONA It Y.—
A Hunker respectfully Informs his friends and the
politic that they ran alwnys trod the hest quality or Ice
Creams. (nether with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits. In their sr.e. on, at his establishment No. 11.
Fifth street, hetwc ii 'Wood and Market.
N. B.—Patties piplied on the shortest notire, with
cakes, or :int thing in his line. Also families furnished
won Bread. •ep 10
1 - 1 4 VANS 9 S CAMOMILE' PILL LS.—ABKA
AM J. CLEM ER , residing at 66 Molt street,
New York, was afflicted with Oyspep , la in his most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head.
ache, great debility, fever. costiveness, congh, heart.
burn, pain in the climu and stomach always after eating,
impaired appetite, sersailon of sinking at the womartt,
furred ion2ne, nausea, with frequent vontitinp,solizziness
toward. night and restlettffs. These had continued np.
want of a twelvemonth. when, on consulting Pr. Wm.
Evans. 1110 Chat ham oreel, and sulonitting In his PVTI
ruecrsful and agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
was completely restored to health in the short apace of
one mom it. and grateftt I for Ihe IflC3lCUlable benefit deriv.
ed, gladly came forward and vein itteered the above slat c
For sale %Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. ELLE IS, Agent ,
No 20, Wood streei • below Second
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON F./ICTORE
Short reel Yarn. Long Reel Yarn.
No: 3 at 11 cts. per Ih. 500 at 8 cut per dz.
6at 14 ditto I 600 at 9 ditto
7 at 14 ditto 700 at 6 ditto
8 at 14 ditto RIO-- at 5 ditto
9 at 14 ditto 900 at 44 ditto
10 at 14 ditto 1000 at 4 ditto
11 at 14 ditto
12 at 14 ditto Candlpwizk at 15 cis per lb.
1:1 at 141 ditto Torn Rattin: • /1 ditto
14 at 15 ditto ;Family do. • 12 ditto
15 at 151 ditto Carpet Crtala • 16 ditto
16 at 16 ditto +Coro l'ts foe • 25 ditto
17 at 161 ditto 'Stockist, Yarn and
18 at 17 ditto coverlet Yarn always on
19 at 171 ditto hand.
2(1 itt 13 ditto :Cotton Wu rpm made in order
Orders prnmpily ;.01
Painter'-. Logan Kennedy
'VII F. , athseriber has removed bin Fasitkinalde Tintoring
F.staltlislinietit to the Monongahela house. 3d door
from firm st.nn •nilt hitch' ill.where 11111011 i Ct11 1 (001e111 and
all other., who may favor him with aeoll may depend on
haying their work done in a superior Ryte. From his
Icng ex per letter In the hitslneaa in tills city, am! in many
other fashionable cities in Europe and A inertra, he feels
confident that lin can :11/e satisfaction to all who may
otra?r to favor him with thrir custom. Hy 31111'lettenlion
to 411.1111.1 1 111 and superior wor k nmeiship he hope, 10 111prii
and receive a share 011011111 e pat rOnage. He it 1..5111 keeping
on bawl a 'apply of .:00.1.‘ and irisnmim,totatita'tte fur the
rumotner trade which will he sold at very reduced prier..
USI'IC or the h, , ife wa• formerly resorted lo in all
cases of horns, scald:: and wounds, av Imre titorlifica
was appreliendrd, The neressily fsr stir Jr •harp prat
lire rai•ls no The alattlirril Pain Extractor, from
l'onisi or k7l !Maiden Lane is ;I far more r flictent preven
live of twirl t lie al ton than cold steel or nun rate of silver
The application of thin wonderful c impound ly
immures the local pa Imand ifr he wound, scald, burns or
bruise tins imt r ail some vilal 012ali so an to trotter
cure ill. Ii ... I I ill a very spare Or lithe
restroe the pall atTi vied 10 a sound and hr all liy stale
wit hoot leasin s lire (1 , 3 , 111 l ehinii. This prepa rag ion is
also a certain t elm dy for inflamed vies, cancerous 1...MC. 4 .
Wren*, hook en lirema arid -ore nip pie and all elicasm ti s
and r motions of the skin. lls success as a cure for
the piles is unparalleled and cite VOUciirre for He (taro
tore properliel. :ire from tile m at vesper table and eta
litiliteliert sources —Herald.
For sale et Tuttle's, 86 ecurol ~trees
1311E.NO.MENON IN CHEMISTRY Enet India
1 Bair Pit--salmis the hair arid will not the akin
Thip Dye is in the form of a Powder which in Math matte.
of tart may he apelreti to the hair over ni•zlit, the fiat
i 2,111 turning, like li:!litept or grey hair to dark brown; and
by reneatotg a second or third night, to a jet block. Any
person may. therefore. with the Feast proir4hle trouble!,
keep his halt any dark shade Of a perfect black, with the
positive aPpurance that the powder if applied to the akin
wi// sat color h. There is aocolorine in this statement,
as any one nay easily te4. These facts are ivarranted
by the chemist who manufactures it.
For site at TUTTLE'S,' 86 Fourth street, where a
large a,rort meta of Patent Medicines may always lie hat
at either whote.ate or retail
Don't forret ! s 6 Fvurth street 1'
FAAtEs W. HAG Jr.IIN k JOHN fi JENNINGS
al have entered Imo partnership for the purpose of
transaetin_n Wliolreale Grocery; Ptodame and Commie.
shin htNinesa tinder the firm and P yle 3r II Al LM AN.
JENNINGS ¢ co.,at No 43 Wood street, oppoqito the
Nlerrhan lintel, where a supply of Groceries and Plus
burgh M itufaritired A rtielra ran Mayfly.; he had on line
al tern's. March 17 '43.
R. NI. DAWSON.
illautifacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet
Iron 11" are.
No 61 Liberty, between Maiket nod 6th streets
WOULD re.reetfolly inform the c i t i zen , o r
burgh. :Ind the public In general that he nom Imde,
inciter v on ih.• above busilie.s in all Its voriou g branch en
aith , 24" ewe wand:, where lie will always keep it gener
AI as , ortment of all articles in hid tine, all of which
will lie made in the en me manner and of uno4 materials,
and wilt b e disp.med of on the most moderate and ac
Country fiterrnants and oilier dealers will find it to
their:it:lv:lnt:tee to call and examine Ills stuck before intr.
:Ind cot iicerut roofed with copper.
ainezi.te, lend ;tool ltwn on the Own - test notice; Gul tern
atul Conduclutsatede and put up with de patch a. usual.
IVILLIA •I DOHERTY,
Aland Cap Mantit,-turer. 148 Liherty sl, between
II Market and Sixth. Up 10— 6m.
J. M. Sanderson & Son,
FRANKLIN ROUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
lIIIS elegant estabikiltment has been in operation dor.
ing the last nine months, and notwithstanding the
cementl depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed the approbation of the public arid yielded to the pro.
prietors a hill compensation for their labor and allen
tion 4144 10,:oion being In Chestivat street, in 14w iar
mediate neighborhood of the lot office, the Exchaage.
Ranks, the Steamboat landing, the most business part of
Market street and the place, of amusement, it prevents
to :he business community or those visiting the city on
pleasure. all the facilities and comforts so desirable to
the travelling public., (la arrang meta, afso, enables the
:nest to regulate his expenses, and to live in a style ol
elegance or economy stilled to his notions or disposition.
The facility of prOCdring itwalsot any hour, and of get.
ling that which the appetite craves. is also a saver ol
lime which the business potties of tine guests 4,nnw• how
to appreciate. The proprietors, therefore, solicit the
custom of their old frinnds.and promise a continuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
3P 25-3 m.
FORatenn of years. Two building lots on the hank
of the Allegheny river, adjoining the C.ty line.
Apply, at the Mute A genby, Penn street, sth Ward
thdr 2. JAMES BLAKELt.
ended 10. if kn 01 J. et C.
or the Pthat Attire, adilre,:t
I. K. MCKIR II EA D Co.
GOODE'S Cdebruted Female Pills. hese
fills arc si romxly recommended to the notice of
theiadlea as a safe and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex
,reise, or genet al debility of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
drections. These fills have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians in tile Hof.
el States, and many Mothers. For sate Wholesale and
Moil. by R. E SELLERS, Agent
•ep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, helbw Second.
M. ADAIR, Root nod Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
opposite tke head of Smithfield at., Pittebitrik.—
Tl.e.stthecrlherhavi9g bought out tile stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the aid stand of Mr. R., and la prepared to execute
alldeserlptlons of work in his line, in the hest manner
and du tile shortest notice. He keeps cot stantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findings of all descriptions and
of he hest quality. He so:Iltr the patronage of the nub
ile and of the craft. WM. ADAIR.
and ilites for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The sttbrmribers manninriure ■nd keeps constantly on
hand Conch, C and.Ellptie Springs (warranted.) Juniata
Iron A %les, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated Bob Bands, Slump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver rand Brass Lamps. Three fold Fteps, Malleable
Iron, Door (candles and Binges. :re . Q e•
JONES d ent,EMAN.
9t.eilllf tt.. near $1 a Alleetelly Itridice
n.sEm.r.ns, m. D., office and dwelllns In Four? IT,
y near Ferry siren!. sep 13—Iy
LOOK AT THIS
. The attontinn •fttto.e who have been somewhat kren.
tical in reference to the numerous certificates published
In favor °Mr. Swavne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, nn aerr•ttni oftlie persons twins , unknown in this sec
Linn of the State, is resprolully directed to tile followins
rertitleate.i he writer of which has been a citizen of this
hnrnitch for several years, and is known as a gent!entan
of 111140;0y and resinnodbitny.
To the Agent. sir. J. KIRBY
I have nand Dr Swavne's Comp and Syrup of Wild
Cherry fora conelt, with which I have beenseverely aG
flirted for about four months, and I have no hesitation
lu Pa vltit , that it 1911ir most effective medicine that I have
been able to procure. It composes all uneasiness. and
averts well with my diet.—and mantains a remilar and
amid appetite. I ran freely recommend it to all others
similarly afflicted. .1.:%111114u1r, Borough of Cita mbersb,e.
Nl:ad - 19.4140. Grp 2:1
For faie by WI lAA M THORN No. 53 111 n rket p•treet
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNAMENTAL
D IERSONR desirous of proeurlne Fruit. Shade. rind
Ornamental Trees. or Shroltherv, from Philadel
phia or Nell , York, An! reque=ted to Plait.. appliention ss
.orin a. possible. at The Nu! and Seed Fiore of the sub.
scriber, whrre ran he hod ralalovie., of the
most rxrellent srarieties, F. L. SNOWDEN,
aep 21 No 184 Li lie rt y reel, hrad or Wood
WILLIAM C. WALT, Plain and Fancy Portrait
and Pietztre Frame .Manufactrrer, No.' 87,
Fourth Street Prttebargh. —Canvass Rrushrs. Varnish
Ike.. for A rtints. alwavn on hand. tookinz Ctsig....es. kr,
promptly framed to order. repairing, done LI the short
not nol tee.
Particular attention paid to reedine and Jobbing ofev
Persons fitting np ?team Scats or houses will find it to
heiradvantale to call. arp 111
WM. STEEI.F., (successor to H. M'Closkey", Fnsh•
to.ia'de Root Maker, Liberty at., 2d door from
'ley. The subscriber respectfully informs the
public that he has commenced the above business in the
shop formerly orrupled by Mr. Henry lirCloorkey,
and that ho is now prepared in attend to all orders in his
tine ofttn.lores with despatch and on the moat reasonable
lesingo. Flout his lone experience In the manufacture of
Faoltion:ll.te Pools, be feels ronfident that all articles
from hi. establishment will a ive satisfaction in his pa
irons. A shore of public patronage is respect f.tlly solicit.
ed. sea 10
BIRD SEEDS A I e•4 O Ilrrl Seed!, eon
()leaner; mp Rnpe: jem received hy
8. F I, SNOVVOF.N, 148 I.ihertv Ft.
Porta , de PldtfOrM Scales Do wheels, to weigk 2,500 Ibs, al
do do /10 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 00
With fllikilng levers as addition of $3 to each Seale.
Dormant scales for the uce of Warehouses, Flooring
Mills. kr.,the same prices as ahove.
A Isn, White's Patent Counter Scale, with 0. Young's
improvements, and a variety of oilier C0111111e1" scales,
which they will sell for from B to $l5,
They also rnanufactore Steam Engines for Flooring
Mitts. flaw Mills. Salt Works, ttc„ double mid sin,g'e
Zearcil slide lathes - Snot and other lathes for wood turning
machines for tenanting chairs, planing machines, door
and sash ntarhines. Hall's patent horse power, with or
without hragghing machines, a superior article; circular
saw shafts, machines for sawing lath, Tinner's mn•
chine- and tools ofall descriptions, also for making lotark
ing th)NPS.a -.ulterior article; governors for steam engine
storks. taps and dies. coffee mills. bedstead or joint hots
and mar hinery for making the. same. cotton factory ma
chinery made or repaired; printing press plattens turned
and printing presses repaired.
JAMES MAY, Agere..
sep 22—if VOUNG e r BR A DBUR
WM .E. AUSTIN, Allyney at Law, PO g, ishur 11. Pa
Office In 4111 streel l opposite Burke's Building.
WILI.W4 C. A risrtm, Ecg., will tire hisattent ion to my
unfinished Intsiness, and 1 rernmniend him In then:aut
s:4e of on• friends. WALTER FORWARD.
sell 10-1 y
PITTSBURC 11 CI Ttr."UL ATI NG AND 11 EFERENGE
LI RR A R V of 11 efigious,ll istot icalmnd M to.
cillalinGati Works, will he open emery day, Sa.ihath cx.
reined. 'foal 7 o'clock, A. 19..unt 11 9, P. M., In the Ex•
c 111111 .7e Rltilding,recner of St I Clilr marvel and Exiiialige
alley, wneremnctualaitentiance will he given I.y
sell 10 i DEMMIL.
NEW YORK DYgR.
chSEE 111 J 1 ES, would respectfully inform his friends
ILland the pablic in genera Lthat he dies Ladies' dresses.
Debits and Mantels of [very description, Mack—awl
warrants (tern not Losmui, and to look esival to new
good.. He dyes fancy colors of all descriptions on silk
and carpet yarn. Also, cleans and restores the colors
pf aentlemen'scloilllng, so as lo resemble new goods,
Mr. H. flatters himself I hrt he can !dense the public.
as lie has done an extensive business in New York foe
twenty years. All work done on moderate terms at his
estahlistment in sth st, between Wood and Smithfield
ne tr lhe Theatre.
(17 — Thi 4 is to ccrtify that OSEE lIIMES has
done work for us, which has fully answered our
expectations, and we consider him a competent
S. ifempliill, Wm. Barnes. J. B. Shurtleff,
David Halt B. F. Mann, -Davi Boles, Joseph
French, jr.. Andrew Purdy, W. B. Boies, Wria
Porter, H H. Smith, Henry Javens, A. Shockey,.
Jr.. Joseph Vera, George Barnes. ap 20th.
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
BOOK BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS.
C ONTINUE busineavat th e Wand late of McCandless Johnson..9Evcry deseefokibn of *ark in Mile ihie
- and prhanikliy eiecnied. why 8— It
For inalisking a new Doily Pape* in ise City of Fitts
DAILY MORNING POST.
llESithacrlbera having made a rra‘phements
the American Manufacturer an'd Pittsburgh Idercu•
ry into one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Doily Meriting Post.
The leading object of the “Porr" wilt be ihe d:ssemina
lon and defence of the political principles that have bete
tofore been maintained by the Edittrre, in tliefr . rei'pective
papers. and their bell ettiiiti will still he de s sloted to the
advancement and success of those doeirines.
Although ; in politics, the paper will he thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope, by giving an honest,
candid history of passing Political events. Foreign
and Dom e stic Intelligenre, and brief notices of all mat•
tersand occurrences that conic properly within the sphere
Of a Public Journal, to make their pope, sufficiently in•
nesting to entitle it to the patronage of the puhlic, ir•
respective of party considerations.
In addition to lute political and general news that will
be fould In the ••JNorsing Post," the Editors will take
pains to furnish the businesss community with
the latest and most interesting Cotoou - lac trergcta
crises from all parts of the country, and to have prepa
red such accounts of the Markets and the Slate of Trade
as wilibe advantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callings.
Terse.—The Post will be pnblished en a large owed
al sheet of fine paper, (mann factrireti especially for this
impost) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per arinum,payable in advance. It will also be sold by
newsboys at ille low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Advertisements will be inserted at the lowest rates
ehnr:ed by the other daily papers or lice city.
CIC:r•T WENTY nct lye lads are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be engaged en the most liberal terms
Au:ust 31, 1R42
BY Morrison Co. London, for Pale only by S. N
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Piitsbur2h Pa. and 11. Harwood, Beaver Pa. w•ho
is sole agent for Western PennaNlvattia. Imp 10
Travelers sheath! .elect Baal* provided teak Fortive
Safety Guards, fur preveatiag Ex/gas:on of Steam
IT would be well for the traveling community to beat
in mind that their security depends entirely upon
their own encouragement of ',oats that have or may be
at the expen-e of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every individual making such setec ion Is contribu
ting towards a e etiecal introduction of an invention ad
mitted by all men who undeistand the principles of the
Steam Engine, to be a sure preventative against those
d,cadful disasters You have cc is the hundceds
of explosions that - have already taken plaee, their almost
daily occurrence. and the thousands of lives that have
already !wen lost, a sufficient warning, and inducement
to make inquiry for a safety guard Boat, and in every
race to give it the preference. They have went to an
additional expense that your lives may be secure Ought
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree of .iumality, and by your preference show that
p.m appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop this aw•
fol sarrific4 of human lit,. They do not charge more
than cubes boats; their accommodations in other respects
are [mill, and in many rases superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will you run
any risk, when It is so corn tetchy in your owl) power
to avoid those disasters.
nufari ured Ile
.1, het wren Dla•
11111 slrert, two
lanofact ore and
land the follow
ly composed of
No. 1, Port
bra it. 011
to weigh 3,50 t.,
Alt hohis marked thus [a] in the List of Arrivals and
Del artures, in another part of this paler, are supplied
with the safety Guar
List of Boats provided with the Safety Guard.
ALPS, MENTOR .
BRILLIANT, M A RQuErrE,
BREAKWATER MUNGO PARK,
CECILIA, MONTGO M EY
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
DUKE of ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
D UQUF.SN E. OSPREY.
EXPRESS MAIL ORPHAN BOY,
FORT PITT, PENELOPE,
GALENA. QUEEN of the SOUTH,
J. H. BILLS, ROWINA.
IDA, ,SARAH ANN,
INDIAN QUEEN, AS' A RATOG A,
ILLINOIS, SA "'ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, ' LLEYRAND,
VICTRE 5, AI LEY FORGE,
‘VEsT WIND. A'IILAND,
BRIDGEWATER NINSOURI MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRAN . 11,
EDWIN HICKMAN, EMMA.
GENL. BROOK, TOBACCO P 1 ANT.
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BRUNETTE, COLUMBIAN ‘.
FOWLER'S PATENT BED-
AirA NurAcTu R CDs; W,. LEYBILIRK'S Cabinet 'Shop
i-7-11 vhere N i °. g 6 e 9 ne &" rat a n s d stirt *lfee m i rlir or eeirtinitrolliored
reiiiiced prices for raitit.
The superiority of these Becistemis, consist in the fwd.
enings, which for durability and ease in putting up and
taking down. tr not CO died by any other now in nee
—and to all Mich as woitiO eonsUit their own comfort
in their nightly stamburs, it shotild be remembered that
all classes cattle bag family are fastened as by these
IKTRigit a X.Counties, nistriets or States for sale
by JOHN FOWLER, Patentee.
We, the Una - We:med. do certify that we . butte clap ,.
ined the above. Bedstead Fartenjngs, and have no hesita
tion In pronminetrig them he best now in use. —coming
up folly to the representation in the above aAtertaie...
Wra. Graham, Jr-, JosrphCoharl,
Wm. Jacob - Verde..
John A. Gill. itteergkainatel.,
ap i 9. -)tio
burgh, to be crafted the
PRICE TWO CENTS
THE LITERARY POST.
From the New York Mirror.
'I be Loves of Bachelor Bob,
Compiled from his private memoranda,
(and never before pub?ished.) by a covi,
denticdfriend; with the notes for explaml
story, and exculpatory, 'accompanyin g
the original manuscripts.
I have loved live a hero withthe itn.
tensity of a crusader and the fidelity of a
Spaniard. I have worshipped beauty id
al! its degrees, and have quit the field with
my 'heart seared as with a hot iron.' The
way to uirelulness and to kntivvledge is it
last opened before me—wonian le no long
er the ir tesistable obstacle. A glance, a
word, a movement of my cane, and she
evaporates from my path like an evil 'spirit
under the ekordism of the necromancer.—
But what a sacrifi .er my experience in
love has cost me. Tipre, hope, pride, pow
etry, and money. I have drained, the cup
to the bottom. Sparklintin its efferesserl:
ces, like champagne; smooth as oil to the
tongue, and as delicious as nectar, it is a
deadly narcotic. You have asked me,.
Jack, to confess to my transgression er:cler
this head. I shall, or at least the Most
conspicuous of the takes' record .
those appended, Yon Will remark, that I
sand fully committed, in having commu-
Mailed my sentiments . , as the President
coa.munibatek to Cengreas, to wit: by 'a
message in writing,' and that, like tbd
House of Representatives, I have had mil
favorite measure uniformly vetacd. But'
had my revenge. I have impeached the
whole sex. I stand on my reserved rights;
guaranteed by my constitution. Enough:
Let us recapi'illate in poetry. And I be;
speak, Jack, your attention to ocne point--;
the gradual expansioe of the flame, front
its first blue sulphorons glimmering to the,
full blAze which burns out all the dress or
the heart. Firat. love is riiere moonshine;
it is the-third or frurth, progressing in ob.;
stinate case's to the ninth or tenth, that de.;:
cides upon the destiny of then. But the
stanzas! Here they are, my good fellow;
but don't commit them to the printer;
without an apology, I beseech you. Say;
like Jeffery of Edinburgh, that the
portunities of friends,' contrary to yodi
wishes, and so on. But to begin—htire id
the evidence of yddr. friend Bob's.
To ADRIA Nt- Written on 'the fly leaf t)-f her Ene.,
"Dark-eyed one," I ci.ndry adore thee; •
Thou reignett enpreme in my a ml;
And 1,11 me, &lir girl, 1 inipluYe thte;
The cause i)f this mystic etmtrol:
By that blush—and that glance:-theenchatameal
Though rod thee, is' O less a mystell to thee:.
How precious lo me was thy dory,
to that walk through the twiukliog VOIR . ;
How full of delight and of glory,
Thy voice, and the words 4 f thy love;
biug, munnut'd, but
From the ravturchnd love 'Lb iby fesitiro. expres,
Tii the light of that dark eye has perlEh'd,
And that figure of beauty declined,
While love's recollections are cherished.
And love but expirem with then ind,
That love 'twixt our hearts shall live on and in:.
ereasv, • 11833
And illtimine I fe's pith with its halo of peace.--
MEN.-11attimo . re, 111.3 y 11,180.
The lbng•fotgotten subject of the lines just
given is now the wife of a mile', and has
four childieh! Dined with the family to.;
day; and the first injunction imposed by
my •first love, was to 'kiss the baby!' (au
entire stranger Co use,) after the msothei
had wiped its nose (it had a shocking bad
cold in its head, poor thing) with her apron;
Book of martyrs! what
. a lie! Pour chil
dred already! Where's Malthus, (the old
villain,) that the *odd it thus filling upl—
Farmers, ahoy! Is the fly in your wheat
Is your corn land ploughed and furrjwed
for plantingt If act, procure the Baden;
which produces six ears to the stalk—ra
the land is swarming with children.
tA: cairn rovr..
Come imar,my beautiful; thy lend=
Far. we!l—forever I dopart.
I've nougliito a It, nor to command,
Nor gilm thy trusting heart.
Nay, Oreeti iial di at I leake, 'tis raid,
Hit clack at once these girlish foam;
crol'itii'd with success come again.
To chide thee for these tears.
Why this despair upon thy faCet
Why Womble:ft thou iu this e iibraoal
The blush fOrsokili her 'cheek—her gaze,
Was to heaven, sublimely mild;
So pure, %was like the estatic praisti
01 the lone orphan child;
W hen cherubs, trona the fields of light
Come and e.oinniiiie with her au lone;
Aud tell ;ter iif a land more bright,
And claim het as their own,
Hut arms relsx'd, and still her breath;
Are love and hOpe allied to death!
Feetly her flesh ifs tune reSnided;
Faintly the warm light of her eyes
Dimly the blu-h her cheek re—'lunictl;
Like word o'er thy Wintry skieti;
fitly She wiiibled; yet lo law,
W, know dot *hilt her Words might be;
And gushingly her eyes . n'erflow,
kor 110 g, she weeps me;
And with them pas.; her pang of grief,
And smiles return in sweet. relief:
"Farewell! And thou Wilt come Again,
Though love and beauty intervene:
And years of trial and of pain;
Nor. blot this hal!owed 11C81113
Ftolll out thy memory; till yet
_ Thou enema the lover and Waved;
A man's fidelity is Met,
And wumaa's truth approved."
We parted—with that b.i.4efuLpain
Of lovers when they ren i the el-with—OW.
Extract of a letter to friend Jack, dated
Woodville, 1110 August 7th, 1841'..—`Tell
poor Bob that we have a very comfortable
cabin, and tbat * We bhall raise this year
ht . & bn to a htiniltati azur fifty. bavelo of
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