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VOL 1.-NO. 237
THOS. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
X. IT. CORD ;R OF WOOD k FIFTH STB
TERI,349.—FIVE DOLLARS a year, payable in
le.tivettee. Slagle copies TWO CENl'3—fot sale at the
NV Meet of the office, and by Noes Rays.
The !Mercury and Manufactttrer
pehilalted WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
mediate sheet, at TWO DOLLARS a year, in ad.
' , lnce. Iliadic copies, SIX CENTS
Terms of Advertising.
PER @QUAKE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
.Otte Ineerthm. 0,50 I One month, $ .F. .00
,ir vro Ineertions, 0.75 Two moms; 6.00
'nese Insertions, 1.00 Three months, 7,00
'Doe week, 1,50 Four months, 8,00
two weak,. 3,00 Six months, 10,00
Three weeks, 4.00 One year, 15,00
Cil•NOIL•IILE ►T rte►sena.
Oss Stators. Two Squares
its months, 818,00 Six months,
o.ee year, 25,00 Ono year,
rr Lei;•r oilvertlsements in prorcirtino.
CARDS of niur lines Stx DOLLARS a year.
CITE Post OIFICE. Third lietween Market and Wood
Streets—R. M Riddle. PcOmaster.
Corny House, Water. 4th door from Wood st. Peter
son's buildings— liaJor John Willock...;ollecior.
Curl TRZAII7II.I", Wood between Fir 4 and Second
%reels—lames A. Bartram, Treasurer.
I.:ootrev Tarannr, Third street, next door to the
Mod Pleshytertan Chnrch—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer,
Mayo ea Orrice, Fourth, between Market and Wood
atreete—Atcxander Hay, Mayor.
MERCHAMIT * II Excnknot. Fourth, near Market st.
Purrianaoahlietween Market and Wood streets. on
rofird and Fourth streets.
Illast-sames! •sin Martor•crOacas' anD FATUSLR.S .
RAKE, (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, betwt en
4lfonl and Market streets.
Excalamaa. Filth street, near Wood.
iticHiptsgs.act,s House, Water street. near the Bridge
ClOll.OlOl Nom., corner of Penn and Si. Clair,
IlliassalLorre Horst, corner of Third and Wood.
itataittcArt HoTat.,corner of Third and Smii hfield
UIRITZD rsnci, corner of Penn street and Canal
SMet&D &iota, Liberty !tree', near Seventh.
IN:camas Maastom HOUPC, Liberiy St opposite ‘V ay ne
Bitoavatiarr Mansion Hocez, Penn St. opposite Curial.
itOrtr AplrS, ATTORNEYANyegs
veil te Bakewell's offices on Grant st., neatly opposite
f.ne new Court House, next rooms to John D. filaltnit,
,—First floor. sobit 10
fir!' TON Atto. nev al haw. North Eat corner
at Sinethlield and Four h si reels. sep 10-1 y
MCCANDLESS de 11'CLUttE, Attorneys and
Counseltars al Law: Oft.:e in the Diamond, hack
of the old Court Douse, Pittsburgh. ern 10
SrIU:NIK ¢ FINDL 4Y, Attorneys at Law. Fourthst.,
above Vond, Pltlshury.ll. aep 10-Iy.
THOS. if AM I LTON, torney at Law, hill h, between
Wood and Smithfield sta.. Pittsburgh. Grp 10-1 y
VVM. 0 7 11.A.RA. ROBINSON, Attorney at Law;
Office on the noel It lide of the Diainond.between
placket and Union streets, up stairs sep 10
A[• DURBORA.W., Attorney at Law; tenders
s his iorofessionat services to Ilk public. Office 011
rim, Street, above Wood, Pittsl.ur , b, " Sep 10
EYSTER RU1:11 N %N, Arborney.• at 1..1r mike
rem wed from the Diamond. to A Dormey iv,"
flatly aide of Funrth io reel, between Market and Wood
firmqiit grn 11l
BUCKMASTEIL, ATIIN EY AT LAW,
ruLA ~it”ved lii, office to Iteares's Law Build—
Fon ri , above Smithfield, rg
-se p SO
GEORGE W. LA IN - 0. AtLimey at Law, Office
N. S 4 Ftlitt street, near the Theatre, PillidUrgli.
■.. n 27-1 y
READE %V ASIIIINGTON,
A trORNEY" AT LAW. —Office in Bakewch's ft. , ihting
Grant street, Pittsburgh. Nuv .5. 1842.
JOHN J. MITCHEL L—Altor,,ey at Law, office
corner of Smithfield and sth its
jr- Collections made. A I nosiness entrusted to hi: ,
are will'be promptly attended to.
feta 16-1 r
EMOVA.L.- It. NI arrow, Alderman; ott e north
Milo side of rim' et., between Wood and Smithfield
~. els, Pittsburzh. sett 10
DR. S. R. 1101,51 ES, Office in Second street, next door
to Multrany J Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10—ly
JOHNStuN ¢ STOCKTON, Bookreltem Printers an
Paper Manufacturers. No. 37. Market et rep 10-ly
JOHN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Water EL.
J near the Monongahela House, Pittsturgh. seplO—ly
TIIIMI S ■ YOUNG
/111BOS. B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
Rooms, uurncr of Hand st. q Exchange Alley.
Persons wishing to purchase Furniture, will find it to
heir advantage to give us a call. being fully satisfied that
we can please as to quality and price. cep 10
66 lIBLS. PLANTATION MOLASSES. received
Per Steamers Little Bcn and Funon, and fur
J G. 4- A. GORDON
12 Waier street
IClceocAs D. COLNitilf
COLEMAN 4. CO.,Gcae. - 1 Agents, Forwarding and
COMMISIiCIP Merchants Lrvee Street, Vicksburg
Miss They respeeofullysosm s consignments. n 22—
WEBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe ftlanuNeto
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., next door to I he U. States
.oankt Ladies Pro ,e:la, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
he neateitinann , r, and by the newestrreneb patterns.
GARDEN TOOLS, consisting of flocs, Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels, Ildding Tools, Budding
Knives, Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears. etc., just re.
Delved and for sale by F. L. SNOWDEN.
step 10 134 Liberty street, head of Wood.
MAGISTRATES'iILANKS, for proceedinzs In At
(ethylene ander the late law, for sale at this Office
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, &C.—
lo be used In Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
good paper,and In the forms approved by t he Court ,for sale
t the Office of the Mercury and Democrat. Pep 10
M. HUBBARD, ladies' fashionable boot and
shoe Manufacturer, No. 101, Third vreet, between
Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh seplo
TAB. PATTERSON, Jr., Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
Pa., Manufacturer of Locks, Hinges and Bolts; To
tape°, Fuller. Mill and Timber Screws; Housen Screws for
Rolling Mills, 4m. sep 10—f y
JOHN IPCLOSKEY, Tailor and Clothier, Liber.y
sheet, between Sixth ana Virgin alley, South side,
G. f A. GORDON, Commission and Forwarding
a Merchants, Water st., Pittsburgh. seri 10—ly
Birmingham & Co.
drIONBELSSION AND FOR WARDING MFR.
CHAIJYTS, No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.
Teresa—Receiving and Shipping 5 cents per 100 iba.
Commissions on 'Purchases and sales 2A per eent.
7 4 mitt 22043
Mr.orurAcrußEß or Tin, Copper and Street I ror
Ware, No. 17, Fifth at., between Wood and Mar-
Keeps constantly on hand a good assist tment pf wares,
:4. aad aohchs a share of public patronage. Also.on hand,
taw Aglow/lag snicks: Shovels. Pokers. Tongs, Gridirons,
okMalk Taskaules, Pots. Owens. GnSree Mills kc. Met•
iltiMsandd others ars invited to call sad examine for
shimmies*. as he is determined Lasalle/leap far cssit or
aiu.l —if .
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro-
And Dealers in Piresburek Afanofoctures
mar 17 No, 43 Wood street. Pittsburgh
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street.
Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
March 17, '43.
THOTIPSON TVRNIIIII. L.
HANNA 4.. TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse, No.
104. Wood 51., where may be had a general supply
of writing wrappluz. printing, wall paper, blank books,
school books, e r c , Pep 10--ly
11_11 C. TOW N3C.ND 4- CO.. Wire Workers and
I IL, Manufacturers, No. 23 Market sircet, between 2d
and 3d streets. sep 10—ly
EXCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of Penn and SI. Clair
St reels, by I§lclC IR BIN k smrni.
scp 10-1 y
BROWNSVILLE JUNIATA IRON WORKS.--Cd
tva , d linzhes. fillanntheiurer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25, W3(11141., Pllistmrgh. sep 10 —1 y
EW GOODS. —Pre,ton 4. Ilacl,cy, whidrsale and
retail dealers In French, at d Domestic
Dry COMIA, No. Sl, Mai ,et st , Pitmltort:lt. sell 10
IIN 31 , DEVI1"T, %%1 I
el Dianll, r, And In Product , and I'loi:burgh
Mannfdetured Articlea, No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts
-sureA. aep 10
l,Vti.usx If. Wit.t.tAtots Jetts S. DILWORIII
VOL/JAMS DILWORTH._.w holesale
V Grocers Produce and Commission Merchants, and
leaterm In Pittsburgh Manufactured articles, No. 29,
Wood street. rep 10
tows B.Streater... . N. KIC•II
ERIFP & KEAN, Manufacturers of Copper.
k 7 'ran, and Siteet Iron Ware, No 80. Front rt., Flots•
borzlt. [louse Spout in: and Steamboat work promptly
est.cuted, Fep 10
frj,n DA vin SANDS, IV ATCII 45:. CLOCK
' MAKER, No. 7, St. Clair wee!, rills
DEALER IN IVA TCH ES,CLOCKS,BR? ASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, COAIBS, 4 , c.
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.- A Din
supply of Landletles Carden Seeds, always on
hand, and (or sale at his agency the Drugstore of
F. L. SNOW DEN,
Fel) 10 184 Liberty sireet, bead of Wood.
REMOVAL —Maiihrw Junrs, Barber and 'lair Dress•
er, has removed to Fourth street, opposilet he 31ay
ors office, where he will lw happy to;wait upon dermanent
or transient cusluniers. tie roliritr a share of public oat.
ronage. rep 10
JMIN M'FARL It ND, Upholsterer and Cubiret
M.ker, Third st. between Wood k Market streets,
respeciful informs his friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sores, Sid , boards. Cu
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands. lisle and Spring
Mattresses. Curtains, Carpels, all sorts of Upholstering
wort:, which lie will warrant equal .o ally made In the
city, and on reasonable terms. erp 10
ItEM OVA L.; —The el uh , Tribe , ..l have rentov.d tot a.
lee between Wood and Smithfield streets. where
they will ronllntie the Whole ..ale Grocery and C01111111S•
litt4nms and would re.meelfully -.theft Ile retiroo
age of their friends .1 W.IJUQItI I E Co.
A. W. PAT rER SON. , 7.lite on SIMI lifleld .street
near Sixth. seP 10
F,l RE REDURED. U. Q., .11All. LINK OF STAGNA , AND
R A IL from pot 4 AI , DrED, via Bedford.
Clamtiemburg, Barri-Imre rim] Lanra.aer, to
phis, connecting with the Hail train or Cars to N V.
Only 15 . 0 milet“taging and one night out.
Alim. the Direct line to Baltimore.
Fare to Philadelphia $9.
Leaves daily at R o'e'ock A. M,
Office second door hef..e. the. Mffirhaats !Intel st
!MENDELL, CI: All AM, w.Accll k Co.
!el) 21, 1 343 —1 y. rroprivtors
THE cite CENTft I. Roll E, VIA N.ATIONA 1.
ROAD AND CIALI'INIORE. AND 01110 RAIL ROAD
XI Elf line of U.S. Coaches for Was hi n :too City,
.1.11 Baltimore, Philadelphia and .New York.
This lire is in full operation and IcsvesPittshurgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. M., via Washington ?a. aid national
road to Cumberland, connecting here with the rail road
Co'a. to all the above places: Travellers will find this
a speedy and comfortable route, It being a separate nod
distinct Pittsburgh and Cumberland line, facilities will he
afforded which have not been heretofore enjoyed. Ex
Ira coaches furnished at the shortest notice, wito the
privilegr of gcing through direct, or taking cne night's
rest at their option.
For tickets, app'y at our office at ilieMonolicaliela
Bruise. 1.. W. STCI'I<TON
Feb. 1. President of N. R. Stage Co.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES!
Love R. CoLEKAN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO BALTIMORE AND
United States Express Lfae
I.aves dat'y, at 2 o'ciork. P m, via Steam.
omo to Brownsville, thence in Splendid new coaches to
ininhcrland, over the great National Road, and from
in stiper'or new eight wheeled cars, to Baltimore
Washington city and Philadelphia.
The ahoy. Line Is r presented to The traveling public
as being unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
cities for comfort and expedition, having made arrange
menie to ronvey passengers through In Iwo days, arid
no night travel, either by Stage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of it! Only 75 miles Stage travelling, and 56
miles less than the Wheeling route, and that tit superb
Fare to Ralthno.e, $lO.
Office in the Monongahela House.
A. lIENDEPSON 4 CO.,
ml d 3 Stage Proprieto
11,1 ACTS SPEAK FOR THE. IS
-112 CONVINCINO:— Having been afflicted for nearly
two years, with a hard swellinp, on the cap of my knee.
which produced much pain, and used various applica
lions recommended by the Faculty—all in vain wat.
cured completely by the use of one bottle of Dr. Brand
reth's Linament, or External Remedy.
Witness my hand JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio 1p Allegheny co, Pa. Jan.loth,lB-10.
Dr. Brandreth's Exterual Remedy or Linatnent; sold
at his office, N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRI CE--
50 cents per bottle. feb 8.
JUST RECEIVED. Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finest qualliy, for sale wholesale and
20;000 LBS Cotton Yarns, assorted
2,000 lb.+. Batting,
2,000 " Candle Wick,
1,000 " Carpet Chain, and
500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto.
ry. For sale by
HAILMAN, JENNING-; & Co.,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
mar 17 Nu. 43 Wood street.
YAWL FOR acw Clinker built Yawl
(14eNaughteles band) for sale low for cash. A p..
PIY to BIRMINGBADI it Co,
ap ltil• No 60 Water st
MAILMAN, JENNINGS & Co.,
53 Market at
PITTSBURGH, JUNE 15, 1843.
IDEASE'S 170,1RHOUND CAN)) Y.--Yurrcr has
received Ibis day from New York, a fresh supply o.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs, Coida and Con
sumption; and is ready to supply cuidomersal wholesale
or retell, at his Medical Agency, St; Fourth at.
DAVID CLARK, "let, Ataltionablo Boot Maker,—
ilan 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 hint. He uses nothing but first rate
stock, and employs the best of workmen; and as he givet
Ins constant personal attention to business, he truststhat
lie will deserve am] receive a fair share of patronage.
FRUITti, ICE CREAM, 4 CO: 4 FECTIONARY.—
A Hunker respectfully informs his friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of Ice
Creams. together with al kinds of confectionary and
fruits. In their ecru on, at his estahti.hment—No. 11,
Fifth street, het wc- it Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
cake.. or anything in his line. Also families furnished
wit ii Bread. men 10
VIVANWS CAMOMILE PILL L HtiA.
VIA fit J. CLENI ER , residing at 66 Mott street,
New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in• its most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head.
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, rough, heart.
Miro, pain In the chest and stomach always after eating,
Impaired appetite, sersation of 'inking at the stomach,
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vontiting,s, dizziness
towards night and iestleness. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when. on consulting Dr. Wm.
Evans. 100 Chatham street, and suldnitting to his ever
successful and agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
Wll9 completely restored to health lit the short spare of
one mom h. and grateful for the incalculable benefit deriv.
ed, eladlv came forward and volunteered the above state
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E SELLE tS, Agent,
No 20. Wood street, he - low Second
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON F..ICTORY.
Skori Reel Yarn. I Long Reel Yarn.
Not 5 at 14 cts. p.•r lb 500 at 8 cts act dz
at 14 ditto I 61)0 at 9 ditto
7 at 14 ditto 700 at 6 ditto
8 at 14 ditto 80)) at 5 ditto
9 at 14 ditto 900 at 4/ ditto
10 at 14 ditto 1000 at 4 ditto
11 at 14 Otto
12 at 14 ditto Candlewick at 15 cis per I.
13 at 141 ditto font Battintl • 8 ditto
14 at 15 ditto Family do. • 12 ditto
15 at 15k ditto Carp% Chain • 18 ditto
16 at 111 ditto Cut Ta Inc • 25 ditto
17 at 164 ditto Stockina Yarn and
18 at 17 ditto Coverlet Tara always on
19 at 171 ditto hand
26 at 18 ditto Cotton Warps inadr to order.
o.,:t`y- Orders promptly attended to. tf left at J. 4- C.
Painter's. Logan 4* Kentieo 's. or the Post office. ;Wares - .
feb J. K. 11001111EAD Co.
H emova I.
/UHF: , lihserther but retiloy'd his Fashionable Tialuring
Erdahti.hnient to the Mononttahcla bottle. :id door
front first . ..Lon %mit hfielJ st.w here ltignhl criglomers and
all others who may favor him with a call may depend on
haviii! their work dorm it , a raiperinr Style. From Ins
I. II:: TIP( lettre in the loothreic is I 1,i4 city, a n d i n man ,.
Crshinoalde rine. in Europe hod Amer trtl. he ha.hr
confident that lin can :ire Rat to oil Will') may
phase to favor him will. ihrtr moon,. By Fl ticl alletaion
lu and irmiiririor itweii
:Ind receive a slut re ui i.tiMir patronage. Ile irlrnd kreriiig
on hand a 5111111)1V ..r irituninntQstdia'de for the
ethootner iraie whtt It will he cold at very redo( ed
CAUSTICvrttto Kntfe 1.'0% in nut, ly re , of'd In nn all
ran • of Intl, ~, C .111.14 and wounds, where 10.11111,..1
IV3+ apprehended, The neee-city fsr Sal II .harp praC
tier e%i.tc no 1,11:er. The Mach al Pain EXI raft.,, Crimp
COIIISIork 71 Malden Lame is far more .ffieient inn, yen
live of mart i flc aliuu lhau roll steel or nil rale of
The appl irat ion of this ,v otolPrCol c •mpoood 10.10f0 ly
rCalleVco the !oral Ina imamd if Ilse u mind. scald, bll,l+ nr
h.ruise kap incll 1.1 son,' Vila I 011'00 Ft, as to under
cure Inn: ossilde, in vi I I in a Vf• I y .nrrl Spat, or
restore the part air. rued In a sound and la army le
without teavin2 the piston ix 1 Mond This previa naii.
also a term in remedy for inflamed e. es. (aim...on+ core-.
m'cers, hrokeu breast and sore nipo'e and all ehrasions
and eruption , . or the sk.u. Its FliereS4 us a cure Inc
the plies is unparalleled and I Ilf• VOIICIIC, for il c.lra
live properties are frnm ihe ni. st "slim fable and en.
lezhtened sources —Herald.
For sal,t at Tutile'o, SC F. - curl!' ,tree':
UPIIENO-011:XON Ix CL IF.:chIISTRY Fast 1.1,a
Hair Dic--r,,loic she hair and will not the'sklti
This Dye is in Ilse 'onto of 3 Powder wh•elt its plain matte.
of tact may be aptited to the hair over night, the first
night turtling the Inzhiest or irrry hair la dark brown; and
by repeating a second or third night, to a Jet bark. A iry
person, may. therefore, with the leassi pos.ilde trouble
keep his trait any dark shade or a perfect black, with the
positive assurance that the powder if applied to the skin
Will riot color n. There is no coloring in this statement,
ss any one may easily test. These facts are warranted
by the chemist wino manufactures it.
For sale at TUI"II.F.'S,' Fourth street, where a
large assortment or ['atria Medicines may always he had
at either wholesale or retail
Don't forret ! 86 Fultrth street
jA FSI/ .1 1 .8 _V 4- .10112 Y fo- I:xxLv s
have entered giro partnership for the purpose of
transacting a %VbolesaleGroct ry; odour and Commis.
sion business under the fii tin and style of II All.Nl AN.
JEN NINGS 4- C0.,al No 43 Wood street, opposite the
Me rchan a' t el, where a supply of G niceties and Pitts
burgh M aurae urt rt Article:scan :fleetly, be had on lihe
al terms. March 17 '43.
LOOK 'AT '1 HIS
TOBA( CO, SNUFF AN I) STORE:.
No 1146 If 'ood street, one door above Sixth.
constantly on band nil kind; of the best
Also, hall Branislr and Common Cigars.
Tobacco oiall the best hr.:lnds: Cavendish, 5s lump;
Baltimore Plug, 12s and 'fit., lump,
Also, Min. Miller's Fine Cut Chewing, Tobacco.
Snuffs: Itappee, Scotch, Marcahau, High TitaA,
Ile has also, all other artictes In tin line, which he
offers, wholesale and retail at the lowest cash prices.
CALL AND SEE.
WILLI A\ I DOHERTY,
Arend Cap Manut,etuter. 143 Liheriy st, between
lA. Market and Sixth. up 10— 6m.
J. M. Sanderson & Son,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
IS elegant establishment has been In operation dur.
ing the last nine months, and notwithstanding the
general depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed the approbation of the public and yielded to the pro.
prietors adult compensation for did r labor and atter'
tton Its location tieing In Chestnut street, in the fm
neighborhood of the Post office, the Exchange,
Banks, the Steamboat landing, the most business part of
Market street and the places of amusement, it presents
to :he business community or those visiting the city on
pleasure, all the facilities and comforts so desirable to
the travelling. public. Its arrangment, a Isn, enables the
guest to regulate his expenses, and to live in a style of
elegance or economy stilted to his not lons or disposition.
The facility of procuring meals al any hour, and of get•
ling that which the appetite craves, is also a saver of
time which the business portion of the guests Know how
to appreciate. Tire proprietors, therefore, solicit the
custom of their old fri.nds, and promise a continuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
ap 25-3 m.
FOR a term of years. Two building lots on the hank
of the Allegheny river, adjoining the City line.
Apply at the house Agency, Penn street, sth Ward,
mar Y. JAMBS BLAKELY
JUST RECEIVED, a large supply of Ur Hwayee's
Syrup of Wild Cherry,and for sale wholesale and
retail by WM: THORN,
as Rh No 53, Market st.
DR. GOODE'S este/reared Female Pi//s. These
Pills are strongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a sale and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex
ercise, or general 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 Hid
tei Slates, and ninny Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
neta 11. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent.
cep 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
WM. ADAIR, Boot and Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
opposite the head of Smithfield •t., Pittsburgh.—
The subAriber having bought out the stock of the late
ThomerValrerty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old stand of Mr: R., and Is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work In his line, In the best manner
and on the shortest notice. Re keeps e.or Meetly on hand
a large ng , (ir , iteeni or hoe ringlietrn or all de=eripilons and
of the itr , q sr, ht v tie .c... the pat reenee or the nub
ile and of rrnfl. WM. ADAIR.
PITT!=iIiTT? Gli lit NU F A CTOlY.—Sprints
and -Iritg for Cyr. riatres at Eastern Prices.
The sub , eril.er4 mannt", - ,erure and keens enn.tantly on
Band Coarlb,l' and Eliptie Snrintla (warranted.) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated Mitt Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lamps, Three fald Steps, Malleable
Iron, Dour Handles and Hinges. he .he.
JONES rOLEM A N.
era 10 St.rlntr Cl.. near tt • Itle2heity Urldgr.
D.SELT,ERS, M. D., office and dwelling In Fourth,
near Ferry street. sep 13-1 y
LOOK AT THIS
Thr attention .1 - tho•e who have been somewhat seep.
tieal in reference to the numerous certificates published
in favor °lily svarne's Conapound Syrup of Wild Cher
rv, on account of the liervona heini7 unknown in Ohl err
lion of llK,SzinTr. reiipectltilly directed to the fullowini
certificate. , he writer of which has been a citizen niftily
l,nrough for several I,lrg. rd is known ac a gentleman
of Inie_rily and r, cpunsii.lii, v .
To the .Iffeot. Mr. J. Kinev
I have used Dr SWIV,e'S ,'onto nwl Syrup of Wild
Cherry for n rough, with which I have been severely of
Meted for about four mouths, and I have no hesitation
In saving that it lathe most effective medicine that I have
been auto to procure. It composes all uneasiness, and
aver,. n ell with my diet,—and niantairis a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend It to all other.
aimllariv.,J. t tottilt , But ough uf Chamliervb'e.
March 9. 1 n4O. sap 23
Vorra'e by 1411.1.1.',%t THORN Su. 53 Market street.
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNAMENTAL
pF.RSOSsT rivalrous of proeurins Fru'', Shade. and
Ornamental Trees, or filtritlibrirr, from Philadel.
phla or New York, are requeued to make applical ion nit
aorta nn poa,ditle. at the Fruit and Seed Fiore of the sub-
srrilMr, whrre can he had retalogne•,:ratultoutalv. of the
not PV,lirnt arnripf F. T.. sivow PEN,
two 21 No 134 Liberty street, bend of Wane
WILLI c. %VA LI., Plain and Fancy Portrait
ar.' lieture Frame Manufacturer, No. - 87,
F.loqh s•reer Purshurgh. —Canvass Brushes. Varnish
d-r for Artist.. ntwavo on hand. T.ookin2 Classes. kr,
promptly framed to order. Repairing done Lt the short
P. , notice.
r.. rticular ;Went ion pool to re:tiding and Jotthing ollty
Persons tilling up Ftearn Boats or houses will Ord it ti
heir advant -ire in n.ll. Rep 1(1
11/ N 1 PEELE, esticnessor to 11. M'Closkey', Fash
V in la le Boot Maker, Ltherty et., 2.1 door from
Thr sill...int./se respectfully Informs the
um Ltir that he has commenced the above business in the
%Hui formerly occupied by Mr. Fleury SlVlnskey.
nod that lie if nnw prepared to attend to all orders in his
tin t n f 'itmilliess. wit It despatch and on I he :mast reasonable
lei nis. Fum his lor: evuerienee in the manufacture or
Fa..hi s inal.l e Rom., he feels confident that all articles
front his estalilishrincio null give satisfart ion in hi•
irons. A share of politic patronne is respect fully solicit,
vri. seri 10
BIRD SEEM A f eon 'pit' n( [Mier Irwin, run
slitting of ranee% inn. and gape ; Just received by
fo , 1 3. F 1. S sow nEN. 1413 Lihertv st.
NV!M.P. AUSTIN, Attorney at Law. Pitistinegh, Pa.
()thee in 4th street, opposite liurke's
Wit.' ism E. A csvtis. Poi., will glee his mien' ion to my
finsions4, and I rreumniend hint 10 the patron
age oflnie nds . WA LTER FORWARD.
.ep 111--1 y
PITTSRURGH fI'I.ATING AND REFERENCE
!MIR A RV of Religiouv,il iral,Polii ical.and Mia•
CH 1 E1( . 01194 Work!. will I. open every day, Satitialh el.
reeled. - Inin 7 o'clock, A M.omit 9, P. M., in the E.
change Ruililine.eorner of 'At Clair street and Exchange
w nereroinctua I attendance will he given by
1 , 1 , 10 J. GEMM
NEW YORK DYER.
i n k SEE NIMES, would respectfully Inform his friends
nil the nithiir In generalAlint he dies Ladles' dreoses,
!titbits and Mantel. of every de,rriplion, black—and
warrants It eon mil I L , smut. •n.l to look equal to new
Rood.. Ile dsrs fancy colars of all deserepi is too on silk
and carpet yarn. Also, clean, ;11111 re , lore, lie colors
of 2enttenien'selothins. SO as to reonittle new goods.
Mr. IL flatters Itlehself flirt he call pease the public,
as he lias dote an rstersivr hoslness In New York foe
twenty years. All work done on moderate terms nt his
C.latdishOWfd, I, 5111 sf,letwren Wood and Smithfield
neir the 1 neat re,
Ci Thi is to ccrti'y that Os:EE: HIMES has
done w,.ek for 0, which has fully answered our
expectations, and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Barnes. J. B• Shurtleff,
David Half, B. F. Mann, Davi Boles, Joseph
French, jr., Andrew Purdy, W. B. Boies, Wm
Porter, 11 H. Smith, Henry Jayens, A. Shoekey,.
jr., Joseph Vera, George Barnes. ap
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
ROOK BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS,
CONTINUE hu•iness ni the stand late of Mc Candler•
d• Johnson. Every de.:ription of wort: in their lin e
neatly and protiipti y executed. may 8— ly
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
THREE RIG DOORS.
runt: iubscrihrr wo:ild respectfully Inform his cuFici
niers and the public generally, that not wit ti , ta
the unprecedented salOs at the Three Big Doors, during
ihe present season; lie has still on hand the largest and
most varied assortment of elegant CLOTHING that can
he bought west of the mountains. The public may rest
assured that all articles offered at tin store are menufac
tared from FRESH GOODS, purchased in thi Eastern
markets this Smlng and made Into garments by Pitts
In consequence of the n.ultlpiicalion of slop shops in
our city, filled with pa ven-brokers.clothes and the musty.
cast off garment, of former seasons, from the eastern ci.
ties, the public should be cautious to ascertain the char
acter of the establishments In which they are Invited to
purchase, before they part with their money. The ar
ticles offered at several of the concerns in thls city, are
the mere OiralE of New York and Philadelphia slop
'hops, and sent out hereto he palmed uff on the mils
burgh public. Purchasers should be on their guard a.
gainst these impositions, and they may rely on the fact
that no establishment that advertises eastern made Cloth
ing, can givens good an article or as advantageous bar.
gains as can !lad at the "Three Big Doors."
The public will please remember that all the subseri•
tier's g trmeets are made In this city, by competent work
men, and not gathered up like the goods now offered by
the •birds of passage" from the shreds and patches of
eastern slop shops. It will always be his endeavor to
maintain the te,mtation that the "Three Big Doors'
have obtainre for furnishing • superior style of CLOTH
ING in every respect, and at priers below those of any
He would again return his thanks to his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage Lestowed
upon his establishment, and believing that they have
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 the lowest price to call
at N 0.151. LIBERTY ST. JOHN M'CLOSKY.
7Observe Metal Plate in the paremant. a; 26.
VIVRE. ELDER, diterney Lets.—Office in Sec
ond ttreetand door above the eotner of Smithfield.
north Ode. ap. 21),
For publishing a nem Daily Paper in the City of Pitts
burgh, to be entitled the
DAILY MORNING POST.
rpHESobscribers having made arrangements to merle
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Memo.
ry into one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Morning Pose.
The leading object of the "Pore" will be the dissemina
tion and defence of the political principles that have here
tofore been maintained by the Editors, in their respectiVe
papers, and their best efforts will still be devoted to the
advancement and success of Muse doctrines. '
Although, In politics, the paper will be thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope, by giving an honest,
candid history of passing Political agents, forelgn
and Domestic Intelligence, and brief notices of 011 mat•
ters and occurrences that come properly within the 'Sphere
of a Public Journal, to make their paper sufficiently in•
eresting to entitle it to the patronage of the public, ir
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the political and general news that Wlll
be could in the "Moraine Post," the Editors will take
pains to furnish the hasinesss continually with
the latest and most lattresting COXXVICILL INTICLLI
CLVICIS from all parts of the country, and to have preps•
red such accounts of the Markets and the Slate of Trade
as will be advantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men In their several callings.
Terms.—The Post will be published en a large imperi•
al sheet of fine paper, (maitti facia red especially for this
Journal) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per annum,payable In advance. It will also he sold by
news-boys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Advertisements will be inserted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
CO-TWENTY active lads are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
August 31, 1842. W.H. SMITH.
BY Morrison ¢ Co. London, for rale only by S. N
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgil.
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and 11. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sep 10
Traveler, should ..slect Boats provided with Evan's
Safety Guards, fur preventing Explosion of Steam
T would be well for the travelingconuaunity to beat
In mind that their sectiiity depends entirely upon
their own encouragement of boats that have or may be
at the expense of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every Individual making such selec ion is cootrlbu
tiue tovvards a general introduction of an invention ad•
muted by all men who understand the principles of the
Stearn Engine, to be a sure preventative against those
(heedful disasters You have cm tautly, in the hund•edd
of el plOSitini that have already taken place, their almost
daily occurrence, and the thousands of lives that have
already twen lost, a sufficient warning, and Inducement
to make inquiry for a Safety guard Boat, and in every
rare 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 ;Joviality, and by your preference show that
you appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop this aw•
ful 9tierifiC3 of Louisa lift They do not charge more
than whet boats; their accommodations in other respects
ate (coat, anti in many cases superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will you run
any risk, when it is so cow tetchy In your own power
to avoid those disasters.
`Ali boats marked thus [a] in the List of Arrivals and
Del enures, in another part of this pal.er, are supplied
with he Safety Guar .
List of Boats provided with the Safety Ottani
BRILLIANT, m A R cIuETTE,
BREAKWATER. MuNGO PARK,
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
DUKE fir ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
EXPRESS MAIL, ORPHAN BOY,
FORT PITT, PENELOPE,
GALENA. QUEEN of the SOUTH
J. H. BILLS, ROwINA,
IDA, SARAH ANN,
INDIAN QUEEN, s A RATOGA,
ILLINOIS, SA - ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, q LLEyRAND.
VicTRE S, ALLEY FORGE,
WEST WIND. ASHLAND,
BRIDGEwATER MISSOURI MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH, -
EDWIN Hick MAN, EmMA,
GENL. BROOK, TOBACCO P 1 ANT.
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BRUNETTE; coLUmBIAN A.
EVELINE may 22
FOWLER'S PATENT BED-
IILArA NU F ACTUR ED at Wst. LVYBORPeII Cabinet Shop
.1.1.1. No. 69 Second street, bei ween Wood ant Smithfield,
where a general assortment of Furniture may be had at
reduced prices for
The superiority of these Bedsteads, consist In the fist.
enings, which for durability and ease in petting up and
taking down. Ir not equalled by any other now In use
—and to ail such as wouid consult their own comfort
in their nightly slumburs, it should he remembered that
all classes of the bug family are fastened ow by these
IMP - Sigh a for Counties, Districts or States for sate
by JOHN FOWLER, Patentee.
We, the undersigned, do certify that we have exam.
fined the above Bedstead Fasten)ngs, and have no hesita
tion in pronouncing ahem the beat now In use. —coming
up fully to the representation in the above adwitim
Wm. Graham. Jr., Joseph Collin,
Wm. Irvin. Jacob Voider.
Jahn A. Gill. George eforr,
ap 27. -2m
PRICE TWO CENTS•
THE LITERARY POST.
SLEEPING AND WAKING DREAM'S
Dl' MRS ADDY.
The bright and varied dreams'tha cheer
, The darkness of the ni 4 hr,
How soon ohr sorrows disappeir
Beneath their magic light!
Long banished pleasures they 'renew,
Long absent friends restore;
The loved and lost, thA good and
They yield to t t "once mo te.
'Tia true we wake and sigh to meet
The world's returning strife,
Bikt coming night Shell bid us treei
sleep another life.
irk 3 may assert its ruthleis powei,
But still those dreams iernains,
Giaing to us the precious hotfr
Of youth and joy again.
But there arc dreams more bright, inorablatt
That lull us in the day;
lloxv soon in such enchanted rest
Life's vigor steals away';
We imagine fair and cloudleis yeiris
Beneath a spell like this, •
And deem our changeful vale of teiri
A fairy land of bliioc
We wake—we feel our trust betrayed
We mourn in fruitless pain;
Alas! when once such visions fade;
They charm us nut again;
A faint sad vestige of the dream
May in our hearts be nursed;
but never ;n ita second beam
"So sunny As its first:
And when in age we badly sigh
O'er blighted hopes of truth,
We trace in bitter mockery
The day-dreams of our youth;
Yet we had view'd this world of woo;
Perhaps with kindred glance,
II a d we ne'er decked it with the eat
Of fanCiful romance .
Safe are the dreams that night bestows :=1
They come to us unsought,
And pass unbid; but, woe to thole
Who dream in daily thought,
Who picture frieUds and lovers true,
Glad scrum Unbroken ties
-01)! how should they endure to irio;itr
Life's ro'igh .icalittes?
Musl we then turn from Joy's fair boini,
All lovely as they seem?
No, hopes of radieutlight are ours,
Hopes that are not a dream;
They tell ui mid our pleasures brief,
There is a land more dear.
And whispers in the time of jgrief--.
"Thy refuge is not here."
From the Alban . ) ,
The National Debt of Europe.
The May nu mlier of the Me l teleti Mar
azir.e contains an article with this title, in
valuable to the politician and the steteer+ -
man. It. embiaces not only a coif :068W
sive view of the indebtedness of the bey-+•
eral EuroPean States, but also their metal*.
of probable payment. it h seldom that an
article meets our eye which can be more
frequently used as a text book, in Bluetit. ,
ling the actual hardships and oppression or
the several goverments of Europe.
We learn, both with surprise and regret
that Holland, the noted land of frugality
and untiring perseverance, is More heavily
burdened with debt than any other country
in Europe, and probably in the world.—%
The population is only 3,000,000, 500,4
006 greater than that of the state of New
York, and the debt has reached the enor•
mous sum of . 930,000,006—thtt is $240 of
indebtedness for each man, Woman and
child in that kingdom. The writer is of
opinion, thtt Holland has no alternative but
Repudiation or Bankruptcy. It is out of
the question to pay. New debts are an*
rurally incurred to pay arrearages of inter
est. This state of things defies even hope
He adds, "the Dutch have struggled malt%
fully against their increasing difficultialie=6
The ha've cut down the perquisites Of tor.
alty so low, that their King is not much
more than a head Burhomaster; and they-.
have pared away their protective duties.
till the maximum amount of the revenue
has been procured. Go further they can
not. Their go✓erument they cannot fur—
ther change without revolution, and if their
tariff should be reduced much motet it Will
cease to exist altogether." Such is the
melancholy picture of the present financial
condition of Holland.
The debt of Great Britain is $3,700,a
000,000. Population 25,000,000. Abont
$2OO of indebtedness to each man, Wallah
and child in that kingdom; but her resourc
es, particularly, in her wide dpread
nial possessions, are vast. some hive even
called them unexhaustible. England yet
pays her interest promptly, by annual tart.
ation. And she has not yet tried the
treasury—Retrenchment, which hei- Dutch
neighbor's have. This is a resort Which
would bring millions of dollars into ber
treasury. Therefore is it not too mush to
say, that England is on safer gi-oulad than
Holland. The latter his reached her
maximum of debt endurance. the for
mer has not.
Norway and Prussia are Jell' lb d e b t
than is usual in Europe.
The population of the further i s L o o k ,
000 and her debt is but 83,00,00 1 which
is being gradually and steadily paid, as
her finances are so well managed that she
has a certain excess of income of $lOO,OOO
applicable to the payment of the principal
of the public debt.
The debt or Prussia is considerably lar-
ger, but her resources are proportionably
gleater. Her population is 13,500,000.
and her debt $150,000,000. 'lt was coo.
racted principally duri.ig the necessities of
the French invasion, and at a high rate of
interest.' It is now being gradually redu
ced, and is within such compass that it
will probably all be paid.
Saxony, Bavaria, Wurtemburg and Hatt.
user,. are represented to be in good condi.
Lion and above water; and lest burdened
with debt than those of the other Earopes4