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L''' 4 -:'. -PUBLISHED BY
TIWS. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
.117;!W. CORNER OF WOOD
Tiourns.--..PIVE DOLLARS a year, payshie in
sjewsws, - -ainsle copies TWO CENTS—for sale at the
aostaio or the °dice. and by News Bays.
The'liereury and Allanufacturer
pnbßahed WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
nandium sheet, at TWO DOLLARS a year, in ad.
vanee. Bintle ioples, SIX MINI'S
.. '• • Terms et Advertising,
:1 6 811;SQUA RE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
:Inn kupertioa. 0.50 One mnnth,sZoo
' Twn'lnsertlons, 0.73 Two moni•F, 6.00
Three insertions, 1,00 Three months, 7,00
One!.week, 1,50 Four mantle, 8,00
am. rwa weeks, 3.00 SIX months. 10,00
rAree weeks, 4.00 One year. 15,00
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YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS.
- , CRANOZABLZ AT PIE•SCRE.
'One Egoism!. 7Vo Sgotaret
lift anishs, $13,00 Six months,
Orileyeue, • 25,00 One year.
hrellArger adw.rtisements in promo +(on.
IL7II Itkrillf Thor lines Six Dott.ut a year ,
PUBLIC OFFICES:&C.
• CiTT Post Orrice. Third holy:teen Market and Wood
M. Postmaster.
Cdtrfo n st !best, Water, 4th door from Wood st. Peter
sittn`a fisalthaza—Major John Wtitock. Collector.
'Curt 'PitasatritT, Wood between First and Second
Itre:its—James A. Bartram, Treasurer.
I::rierrt Tacastatt. Third street. nest door to the
Prastirtertn o n Church—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
14 1,vrol'a Orrlcc, Fourth, hetween Market and Wood
Itreeli.:=Alevander Bay, Mayor.
Reacitores Eicirtmot. Fount?, near Market et;
Pirrastrann.aetween Market and Wood streets, on
r.nleti awl Fourth strnet3.
11114. - IWITe •ne Mlano►ACTQßrns' .ID F•RITI:11S . Di
?WIT BANK, (formerly Saving Fund.) Fourth, between
1 0$ 11 4 Market micas.
Ekon/mon, Fifth strem, near Wood.
II (IT eLf:.
itiortoiramitta Eldon, Water alrect, near the Bridge.
Htcroorac floral.. corner of Penn and St. Clair.
Meecs► && ' linter., corner of Third and Wood.
. A VILMA!, Hem...corner of Third and Smlllifteld.
rorner of Penn Ytrect and Canal.
'Beasts Emat.c. Liberty etreei, near Seventh.
litidatais Marratott [loom Liheriy St opposite Wayne
Bey'Ammar MA.Knox Houma.. Penn St. opposite Canal,
ill °BERT . WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
ILL COUNSELLOR AT LAW.—Oni..e re
red to Baker.ve offieeci on Grant st.. n”aily onpogile
tam Rew Court (louse, next rooms to John D. ittulion,
floor. spit 10
LJUGH-T sm O i I
a A n t d io F , r o lz ,nh i
s l ic a e ‘ e v i . , ,N . r t
sep
r o n r iteyr
ItorC.A.NDLESS & E, Mtorneys and
/VA: Commll,lr.t at Low: Oifire rn the Diamond, back
•C the old Court House. Pittsimr2n. iwp 10
O.IPILIVIC 4 FINDLAY, Attorneys at Law. rouribst.,
libotve Wood, srp 111-1
Pfirms. HAMILTON. Aitorney at Law, FOl h, between
Wood and Smithfield Ms, Pitishorh. .ep 10-1 y
O'HARA ROBINSON, Attorney at Law;
°ince on hip north side of ihe Diamonci.bei
duke and Union streets. up In ai re spp 10
hL.
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Allorney at Law: lenders
• s oroces-iionial services to lilt. public. Office on
Fitin Street, nbove Won.l, 010$1.ur21t, s , •p 10
IrViirrEß 4- nucii 'I AN, Ateorneye at Late, oflu•e
eontotre.l from the Diamond, to ••Allnrn.y'<Rmv,"
nide of Fourth street, between Market and Wood
.et, 10
ow BCC AsT Elt, AT'RNEY AT LAW,
' bat regii. , Ved Ilis Other to ItCares'el 1.:,w Build—
ngr; Fourth sieve!, above Suitt Wield. Pit tAurg It.
• sep 10
GEO II Att.)ruev at Law, Office
31 Firth street, near the Theatre, ritttrllurgh,
Rep 27-1 y
F.IADE %V ANI-11NGTON,
ArTORXEY AT LAW. —Office In Bakewrir4 11,Ohlin7
Grant 2.4reet, Pittsburgh. Nov. 5. 1842.
OLIN J. MITCHELL --Attorney at Law, office
14/ 0 corner of Smithfield and sth PIS .19itsburgii.
iltr Collections made. A 1 hustneas entrusted to Ills
are will be promptly attended to.
fib 16--Ir
I,II,EI[OVA.L. R. Morrow, Alderman; WTI e north
411414. aide of Flab al,, between Wood and Smithfield
sti.bt who rgh. sett 10
DIEI3.I:IIOLAIES, Office in Second street, next door
to Stulvany 4. Co's Gtass Warehouse aep 10-1 y
OHNS CuN ¢ STOCKTON, BooksellerP.Priniers nn
.Paper Manufacturers. No. 37, Ma rkri Ft. sep 10-1 y
TORN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Waier et..
Or near the Monongahela Donee, Piton with. nep 10-1 Y
MAMAS I YO UNG. FRANCIS 1.. YOUNG.
/1111H08. B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
Rooms. t..urncr of [land st. ¢ Exchange Alley.
Persons wishing to purchase Furniture, will find it to
heir advantage to givens a call. being fully satisfied that
site*Ceil please as to quality and price. sep 10
66 MILS. PLANTATION MOLAS?EB. received
per Steamers Little Ben and Fallon, and for
J. G. 4- A. GORDON
12 Water street
sale by
mar 27
11.4cPIOLAS D. COLEMAN...... • .....LOTT R. COLEMAN
COLEALVir CO.,Gene:t Agents, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants Lrvee Street, Vicksburg
Miss They respect fu Ily so t twig t• !ECM!. n 22-
EBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe .;a.:!'fa rl °'
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., nest door tot he Stake
adieu Ladies Prttoeiln, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
lie nestsat mans er, end by the newestirrench patterns.
atep 44)
GAILIgN TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels, lidding Tools, Badditig
Knives, Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears. etc., just re
volved and for sale by F. L. SNOW DEN.
4r0p.10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
lIMILAGISTBATES"BLANKS, for proceedings In At
/TA tackitent under the late law, for sale at this Office
"PLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, tirC.—
.1. lobe aped in Bankruptcy proceedings, pritiled on
good parter,aed In the forms approved by t he Court,for sale
tie Office of the Mercury and Democrat. eep 10
HUBBA.Ra, Ladies' fashionable boot and
"V V shoe Manufacturer. No. 101. Third rivet, between
Wood mid Smithfield streets. Pittsburgh sep 18
T4Ol. PATTERSON, Jr . . Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
tt., Manufacturer of Lacks. Hinges and Bolts; To.
Mme, !Niter. M I II and Timber &seam !loosen Screws for
Raring Nnis, tc. Sep 10—bi
0111111PCLORKEY. Tailor and Clothier, taler.y
irtreet, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side.
asp 10
I 6.4 A. GORDON, Comtniaaktn and Forwarding
dr' s , Merchants. Water at..lPittsbarelh. rep 1.0--ly
Birmingham Jr. Co.
CfolailUMON AND FORWAR DINO .WER.
C. t/ma, No. 60 Water street. Pittsburgh Pa.
Tarous—itereivia; and Shipping 5 cents per 100 lbs.
Comadasioas oa Purchases and sales 2,4 percent.
roar 22. '43
S. III4OIIROW,
M-:.;LIVUTACTIIRER of rill, Coppe r and beet trot
Ware, No. 1Z rutb et., between Wood and Mar-
Keeps constantly on /wind a good ItP3oltment aware!,
issiftwillelts a shun of pantie patronage. Also. on hand,
tin following a ritclew Shovels. Pokers, Tonga, Gridirons,
Teakettles, Pots, Ovens, Cottle Mills tr. leer.
elleoht sad others are invited to call sail examine for
efeasastras. at he is fictsroiload tosetleheap tbr cash or
er.
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BANKS
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I/AlblliaN, JENNINGS & Co,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
dace Merchants,
4s Dsslora in Pittsburgh Mali off vaster
No. 43 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
HALLMAN, JENNINGS &Co.,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
N.. 13 Wood
A gen ts for the sale of the Eagle Co t ton Factory street.
Yarns
March 17, '43.
ITAPIXA • . /ANIL'S TCRNIIII7 I L.
H ANNA 4- TURNBULL'S Paper %Varelimisr, No.
109, Wood si., where may be had a general supply
of writing. wrapping, printing, wall paper, blank books,
school books, 41. c. 4.r. Pep 10—ly
III) C. TOWN ,4C 1 4:1) et CO.. Wire Workers and
L. Manufacturers, No. 23 Market stet, bet ween 2.d
and 3d streets. sep 10.-1 y
E XCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of Penn nod Ft. Clair
street?, by McKIRCIN 4• SMITH.
e p 1(1—ly
ROWNSVILLE JUNI Al'A IRON WORKS-_Cd
wad Hitrheg. Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Wn lelinufte Wood it., PittFlitirgli. soy, 10 -1y
L N GOODS.—Proonn Mackey, Avlio:csate and
retail dealorg in Ent:hell. French, and Domestic
Dry Conde, No. NI, Market sep 10
TOTIN :VPDEV ITT, Who (tornr Rectifyln..;
And Dealer In PrniThee nn.lltr2li
Nlnnnfacluted Arlieles, Are 223 Liberty Street, Pitts•
)ur,ir/t,
Fer, 111
WlLLi.st 11, WiLf.tims Icon S. Dii.wcti
11
‘v l LLIAMS & D !LW holesnle
Grocers Prodncr and Commission 141 erc ntr, a rd
ienlers in Pm:dough hinimfactuned articles, No. 29,
Wood t,t rept. ser, 10
JoEl! B.SITISIt , N. Kuser
SSHERIFF dt KE.I.N, Manufartarert of
Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware. No. All. Front at., is•
hurs.h. flange Spouting and Steamboat work p:ontptly
rxreutod,
sop 10
EI D AVID SANDS, IV ATCH &. CLOCK
MAKER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts
burgh,
DEALER IN WATCHES,C LOCKS, BREASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS. KEYS, COMBS. 4.c.
ger 10
L ANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.— A full
supply of Landoeth's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and fur salcai urn agency Ole Drugstore of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
Pep 10 184 Liberty sirs(, head of Wood.
R EMOVAL—Mati hew Tom's, !tarter and Hair [Tres"-
er, has removed to rotiritistreo t, oponstiethe May
ors otTice, where he will he happy to:wait upon ;iermanent
or transient customers. Ile oullcitsa shale of public pat•
ronaze. Pep 111
I °TIN INPFARL %NI), Upholsterer and CoLioet
OJlf-ker, Third at. brtwern Wood k Market streets.
respectful informs his friends and the puldir that he lei
prepared to eiectite all orders for s'or.A, iz , dommrds. 811.
ream Chairs, Tables, Bradteads, Si ands. ila I r and !-Ipriliz
Matirrisses, Curtain., Carpets, all , nris of Upholsterin:
wort:, which he will warrant equal .o any made In the
city, and on reasonable terms. sell 11l
411h 4 criher• have remov• d lo Wd.
IL ter Nil wren Wood and Smithfield streetn, where
they will continue the Whotegale Grocery Find ( 7 nroniii,
0100 loi•dne4s and %%timid 0:1Irod
vie of their friends .1 W. 111111 II II 1111 F: 4- co.
Dee 3
DR. A. W. PAT I'ERSON ‘r. , :Tire on Sinn liflcltl eI Feet
near Sixth. Ben ill
1 86
4 3
F ARE ft EDVDP.D. .U. S. III•tf. I.lxic or t 4 l - •lisii AND
Ran. EDADCARP, from Pnia.bn rgh, via Bedford,
Ctiamberslittrx, IlaerfAinrz and Lone:inter, to Philo del
enntieelin: vt•ttli the Mall train of Corn to N Y,
Only 150 flint'', ff . :l:thin: and one night 01if,..
Alan. f tic Direct line to naltinfof c.
Pare to Philadelphia $9.
Ratilmorr,
Leaves daily at 8 o'clock A. N.
Otro e serood door berotv M err halo: I Tole! Wond
MEN OEM., CitA if 711, %V Al:011 4- Co.
felt 2:3, 1843-Iy. Proprietors.
THE CR EAT CENTRAL ROC •R, VIAL NATION %I.
ROID AND BALTIMORE *MD OHIO RAIL RO
COMPANY
nTE hnr 0i1.% ir Coaches for Washington Cil!I •
II Baltimore. Philailelp ia and -Yew York.
This line is in full opera:ion and leavfsPius in rgh daily
at G o'clock A; M., via Washington ?a. alit not tonal
rout to Cninherlatid, connecting here with the railroad
Co'r, to till the ahove places: Travellers will find this
specify nod conifhrtable route, it being n pertarate and
distinct Pittsburgh and curnl.erland line, facilities will he
afforded which have not been heretofore enjoyed. Ex
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tra coaches furnished at the shortest notice, wito the
privilege of going through direct, or taking me night's
rest at their option.
For tickets, apply nt our office at titeMononeakela
Sense. L. W. STOCKTON'
Feb. 3d—dtf. . President of N. R.. Stage CO,
NEW ROUTE.
ENTIRE NE W COACHES!
FROM PITTSBURGH TO BALTIMORE ..9..VD
PHILADELPHIA.
United States Express Line
Piusl.nr;!!ldaiiy, at 2 o'clock, P. M, vin Siearn.
to Rrowru:vilie, thence in splendid new coaches to
u,, ,, rland, over the VPPI National Road, and from
Their y
RAILROAD,
In superior new eight wheeled cars, to Baltimore
%Vashirmion 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
merits to ronvey passengers through in two days, and
no night travel, either by stage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of it! Only 75 miles Singe travelling, and 56
miles less than the Wheeling route, and that in superb
new coaches.
Fare to Banitno•e,
Office In the Nonongahei a House.
A. HENDERSON 4- co.,
int d 3 Stage Froprieto
1 4 1 ACT S SPEAK FOR THEXSELVES—TRUTH IS
CONVINCING:- Having been afflicted for nearly
tuba pears, with a hard swelling on the cap of my knee.
winch produced much pain, and used various applica
bona recommended by tne. Faculty—all in vain wa,
cured completely by the limo( one bottle of Dr. Brand•
reth's Linament, or External Remedy.
Waimea any bawl JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio.lp Allegheny to, Pa. Jan. 10th, 1340.
Dr. Brandreth'a Este' ual Remedy or Linament; sold
at lAsoffice, N 0.93 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRICE--
50 cents per bottle. feb 8.
JUST RECEIVF:D, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finest quality, for sale wholesale and
retail. by WM, TIIORN ,
6eb 2 2—tf. 53 Market et.
20,000 LBS Cotton Yarns, assorted
2,0001b'. Batting,
2,000 " Candle Wick,
LOOO " Carpet Chain, and
500 " Cotton Twine. Front the Eagle Facto
ry. For sale by
FIATLNIAN, JENNINGS & C. ,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
mar 17 No, 43 Wood street.,
Y dWLFOR B.4ILET.:=A at w Clink* Imilt Yawl
to
built) for sale low for comb. Ap.
AT 'BIRMINGHAM 4. Co,
1 74' Nefie Water et
1110.EilsE' 1104 RHO C AND Y.—l'mx . l.r has
received tble day from New York. a fresh supply o,
the abovn celebrated core for Coughs, Colds and Con
tempt Ion; and is ready to supply thstomersat whOletale
°newt, at his .Msdicei algency, 8d Fourth at.
nov 12
D AVID CLARK, .'ft, ceasktonabic Boot Maker,—
ties 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 dlapcs.
ed to patronize him. lie uses nothing but first rate
stock, nntl employs the best of workmen; and as lie gives
his constant personal attention to busmen, lie traststhat
he will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
Ken 10
,hIJI a 6, ICE At, 4• CONFLuTIoNARY:—
A Hunker respectfully Informs his friends and the
public that they eau always find the hest quality of lee
Creams. icisether with all kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in their simian. at his e stablishment—No. 11.
Fifth street, het we 11 Wood and Marlo.t.
N. 11.—Partlea aupolfed on the shortest notice, with
cakes. or anything in his line. Also families furnished
won Bread.
arm 10
EVANS'S CAMOMILE PILL L S.—Artit A
M HAM J. CLEM ER, residing at 66 Slott street,
New York, wac afilit,.d with Dyspepsia in Its most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head•
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, conch, Itedrt.
burn, pain 'tithe chest and stomach always after eating.,
impaired appritte, sersation of sinking 31 the stomach,
furred I on rue, nanqea, with freq ur at voniltinvi, dizziness
towards night and rest leness. These lind continued up.
ward or a twelvemonth. when, on comuth lug Dr. Wm.
Evens. 100Cuatlinn i street, and sohniiiting, to his ever
successful and agreeable mode of immin en t, the patient,
was completely restored to health in the short space of
one mom h. and grateful for the incalcillable henefit derly.
ed, gladly come forward and voln nteered the above state
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. SELLIIRS, Agent.
No 211. Wood street, below Second.
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON F.ICTORE
Prices Reduced.
sh."-t nee/ Turn. I Long. Reel Yarn.
No. sat 14 cis. per lb I 50() at 8 ets per dz
6at 14 ditto 6011 at 14 ditto
7at 14 ditto I 700 at 6 ditto
Hat 14 ditto ' 800 at .5 ditto
9at 14 ditto 900 at 41 ditto
10 at 14 ditty loot) at 4 ditto
11 a: 14 ditto
12 at 14 ditto ICandtmvlrk at 15 rte per lb,
14 at 141 ditto C:o•n Bailin: • 8 ditto
14 at 15 ditto Family do. • L.! ditto
15 at 15t ditto Carp't Chain • 13 ditto
10 at IR ditto Hid', To Me • 15 ditto
17 at 101 ditto Stnekine Yarn and
IR at 17 ditto Coverlet Yarn always on
19 at IT; ditto hand
20 to In ditto ICottoti Warps made to order.
• Urdr•rs promptly ;Mended to, 11 left at J. ¢ C.
Painter'‹.l.mmii ,i- Kennedy',. nr • lie Post Miler., addrei43:
feb 27. J. li. :110OR II RA D 4- co.
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R emova I.
Fr F. -1111.eril or ha , . remor 'd his Facittottalde Tialorinz
Eotaitti.tiottent to the Monoonhota twinge. 3d door
front Arc( Pt. on mil Mit Id st.w here itisotd cwitotnera and
nit others who may f Ivor him with a call may depend on
havint their work done lu 3 superior tityle. From his
V pet lcure In the thitt city. and in many
other r."ltilmahle Hi,. in Europe and /I Itterica, he frets
confident that im ran :lye pailvfarilon to all who may
please to favor Wm veMt I het r contom. By strict attention
In hucinrc; ;tots =n terror workinancitip he ilOpe w 10 merit
and receive a ' , hate of puShr pin rnnaze. lie it lend keeping
nn hand a ntpplp of , :nnilz; nod I r a'ile for the
-11 , q111er trade which will Inc cold al very redored pricco.
D. Dos %CD Y,
US TIC.
0,- rhr K o Cnrinerly in all
1 1.-lrosi, of burro., erald: nod wound., to here niorlifiet
wn4 nporeliendeil . The orre—rily cash .harp pear
'rite Nicieleal Pali, 17%1r:tett - tr. ( rout
Comstock 71 Mrtiticn lanela a fir more efficient preen
lice of co•trt tfir at inn iiinn rold Steel or nit rule of silver.
application of ill!. wonderful c mtpttnittl in•anioly
ectiinvca the torn, eillt.nhd lithe wound, •rain, burn, nr
brll..e h. sr o t Injured ooqiie vital rorgati on a. , to render
e we hii• in n ?Ply short Spire or
restore 114: part aft. uteri 10 n oonnd nhd M naliv 'late
without leilvith! the cirnt rlx I (hind. This preparation in
also a certain !stonily for loft lined rt es. ntireron.
it'rerA, broken ttrenirt and •Otl . nipp'e arid all rbra.-inr•
and eruption% of llie sk.n. lie oureefts RI a cure for
he pile, is unparalleled arid he vnurlirro for its ct.tra•
live properlleo art , from the et resputal.le and en•
ip:hienell goner,. _lfornhi,
F.,r Fa In ni Tilt Cc's, 86 rcurzli streel;
1111 k..II^O.4IE.VUX LY ell Y— Foot I.dia
Noir Di r--rolots the hair and will not the skin
This Ilye is in l he Iftrtli of a Powder which in nlaih matte.
of tart may he ape lied to the hair over nkilst, the first
nicht turning the 112locat or grery hair to dark brown; and
by rrrieatir: n second or third ni_hr,to n Jet black. Any
Person may, therrforr, with the least possible trouble,
Leen his halt any dark shade or a perfnrt black, with the
positive asaurnere that the powder if applied 10 the akin
tarn not color it. There la no coloring in this atntement,
as any nor may easily ttt...q. These Carla are warranted
hr the rhenrisi who trtrinniarittres it.
Fur sale at TUTTLE'S,' 86 Fourth street, where a
ire assort tnent aralent Itledielnes [nay always he had
at either vrhole•ale or retail
, n.n • :farget ! 116 Fogrth thee!
COPAR NERSIIIP.
.9.MES IV. HSI/ .472. N JOIIN 1' JENNINGS
• have entered jut° partnership for the purpose of
transacting n Wholesalearoccry; oduce and Collllllin,
sloe business under the Mtn and style of lIA 11.111 A
N.
JENNINGS 4. Co., at No 43 Wood street, oppoilte the
Merchati tel, where a sn pply of Groceries and Pitts
hergh M far L red Art icirs can twnyl be had on Ilke
al trues. March 17 '43.
LOOK 'AT 'IIIIIS.
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGAR STORE.
J. FULLERTON,
No 1146 I r - ood street, one door above Sixth.
EF:PS comtantly on hand all kinds of the hest
Spank') Cigars: Re:alias, Casadores, Coormanes,
Trabucas, Principes.
Also, half Spanish and Common Cigars.
Tobacco of all the bent brands: Cavendish, Ss lump;
Baltimore Ping, 13. and 16•, lump.
Also, nit•. Miller's Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Snuffs: Rapper, Srotch, Marcaban, High Toast,
Ile has also, all other articles In his line, which he
offers, wholesale and retail at the lowest cash prices.
CALL AND SEE.
tine
WILLI DOHERT Y,
.RT and Cap Manut.etuter. 148 Liberty et, between
IA Market and Sixth. an 10— 6m.
J, 11. Sanderson & Son,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
pins elegant establishment has been In operation dor.
ing the last nine months, and notwithstandln7, the
general depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed the approbation of the public and yielded to the pro
prietorl civil compensation for their labor and alien
lion. Its location being in Chestnut street, in the sm.
mediate neighborhood of the Post orrice, the Exchange,
Banks, the Steamboat landing, the most business part 01
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 arranement, also, enables the
euest to regulate his expenses, and to live in a style of
elegance or economy suited to his notions or disposition.
The facility of procuring meals at any boar, 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. The proprietors, therefore, solicit The
custom of their old friemds, rend promise a continuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
n p 25-3 m.
For Kent.
FORa term of years. Two building lots on the bank
of the Allegheny river, adjoining the City line.
Apply at the house Agency, Penn street. sth Ward,
mar 2. ..11A14138 BLAKELY
jEST RECEIrED, a largo cupply or-in
a Syrup of WWI Cberty.asd fer sale wbottlisie -And
retell by WU. THORN,
as V. o.4lstitet-st.
O R. GOODF.PS Celebrated Feseale Pills. These
Pills are strongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe and efficient remedy in removing
I hoqe complaints heiuliar . 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 - Physician* in the Unt
ted States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
nem,. by R. E. 'SELLERS, Agent.
sep 10 No. 20. Wood Street. be iOW Second.
M.
ADAIR, Boot and Shoe Maker, Liberty $2.,
W opposite the head of s'lllllodd et., Pittsburgl,i--
subscriber having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old stand of Mr. R. and is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work in lib. Mile, In the best manner
and on the shortest notice. He keeps cm sift ntly on hand
a large n.enrt mrni nr,heto fintlln7c nfoti dr.Cripllnnft and
of the two q.tati, v. Hp prurronn.ze of the nub.
lin and nf M A fA IR. -
asp 10
PITTS fin RGIT :It t NUPA 1 7 , T011Y.Springs
sad ,qrlr• Crrrinlrem at Eaptrrn Prlees.
The ma.ll,l) ,, tirr• and keens enntantly on
band Coach, i• ~,,t P. 14111, •ni in (warranted.) Juniata
film A XIPP. Silver and Bra.rs platrd Dash Frames, Pram
and plated Mitt Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lamp•, Three fold Slept., Malleable
Iron, Door flandles and Hinges, kr. , kr,
JONES , d• COLEMAN'.
Pt, Clair titeeheny Rridre,
I).SELLER9, M. 11).,ollice and dwelling. In Fourth,
• near Perry atter'. :Op 13-17
LOOK AT THIS.
The ottenilnn •ftho•e who have been somewhat seep.
fleet In reference to the numerous certificate. published
In favor ofDr. SWllVne'n COMpOnnd Syrup of Wild Cher
gg, fie peroun, of the nernonn helm?. unknown In this nor
lion of lb. glair. in rennont fully diverted to the following
certifi , we.the wrhe, nfwhirh h a , hron a eitizen nr
borough fnr year.. end i• known a. a gentleman
of kle:rity and rrst ttttt l,illl v.
n the .1.. , T0nt. Mr. .1. KIPPY
1 fins, ti , ..tt Dr Fwnvre'. (•anti and tayrtip or I.Vt'd
Cherry fora ectr.ll, with which I have been sevPrPly nt
flieted far about four month., and 1 hive no hraltntlon
In Plying that it lathe most effective medierne that I have
been able in pronto,. it compo•en all nnentne... and
nacre.. teed with my dlet.—nnd mantalnll a rrzetar and
e,,e r t nem., ir•. I ran freely rprommend it to all otherp
Omit:lov 11111rtml. I. Nlttitruir, floron7tt ofeltamherah'e.
!March!). 1 'All.
PCP 23
rot Pn'e hy 1V11.T.1 M THORN Na. 53 Market at reel.
FRUIT, FRADE, ANT) ORNAMPNTAL
TIMES.
lialf:11:;-"ONS deArnu. of prortifine Fruit. Shade. and
Ornamental Tree., or Shrolihere, from l'hilatleL
phis or New York, are remterted to mnke notoirmlon a.
ormo nc poeelhle, or the Drn! and Seed Fiore of the cub.
<tcrther, where ran be had ratalogne., eraltillontaly of the
yen.t excellent .a let ies. P. E.. SNOWDEN.
ne t ; 21 No 18.1 Liberty 1.1 reel; hem! of Wore'
-----
WILLIAM
and Inolare Frame Afaaajoetarer, No.' El.-
,
Fourth Stret, P c , tburgh.—Canyn's lirnahra• Varnish
ke.. for Art iMe. ntsvAv• on hand. Looking Olatnrea. *et
promptly framed 10 order. Repalrlnz done r. t the short
ex , not ire.
rt , rtienirir atrenflon paid to re:lkftng and jobbing orgy
rr v de.rritolon.
Persons filing tip 'tram Boats or houses will find it I.
heirativantree to roll. sep
1 - IN. RTEF:T.E. (successor to H. Nl'Closkey) ?ash
onaa de Root Maker. Liberty sq.. 2d door from
VI-gin %lien. The euliseriber respectfully Informs the
rittrtirl hat It,. has rnmmeneed the above hosiness in lite
slot formerly occupied by Mr. Henry M'Closkey,
and that he is now prepared to attend to all orders In his
linen nra.lnesstvitlt tietpateh nation the most reasonable
terms. From his Ion? eroerirner In the manufacture of
rarltionable Roots, he feels confident that all articles
from his establishment will !rive satiornelion to his pa
Irons. A shaittof poldic patronage is respect frals. solicit;
ed.
Pep ff!
__ a:Ds A r e„,u.,ply of lityr.f Seeds, con
of rannrl gin 30.! 3. 141 rer , ived
fel, 3 .
F stiel%%'9F.N, 14R Liner's , st.
N.
; r A r t : 4 T : I rs l:st A r: o n
0
WrrAr A A reTvr. clue his anent inn to my
unfinished business, and I recommend him to ihe pntron
of friends. WALTER FORWARD.
PPP la—oy
PTTSBURGII CIR'IILA TING Mn A R EFERENCR
I.IBR ARV of Rnligious. into, Mla.
erllannoun Work., will he open CVPTY day. Sn:dilh ex.
cenied, "tom 7 o'nlock, A M„nntil 9, P. M., In the Fa
rb:lnv, Rnltdlnz,,nrnnr of St Clair strvetn nd Ilichangr
alley. wnere,ilinctua I nilendance will he elven by
yen 10
J. OF.MMIT,
_ _
NEW YORK DYER.
ckStEr. lIIM ES, would respectfully Inform lila friends
an the public in general,that he dietiLadiev'drecates.
Habits and Mantel.. of every deacrlption, black—and
warranta them not to smut, ant to look equal to new
Ronda. Ile es fancy col )r,t of all deacript ion. on silk
and carpet yarn. Also, clean. : and reutorca Ike colors
of gentlemen's clothing, an as to re,rtnlllo new eondrk .
Mr. 11. flatters himself ihrt he ran plea, the
as he has done an extensive Imaincss in New York for
wenty yearn. All work done on moderate terms at It's
rstablialtment in .sth st, between Wood and Smithfield
ne tr lhe Theatre.
CERTIFICATE
Tbi certify that OREE MIMES has
done wnrk for us, which has fully answered our
expectations, and we consider him a competent
dyer.
S. Hemphill, Wm. Barnes. J. B. Shurtleff,
David Hall, B. F. Mann, Davi alit's, Joseph
French, jr., Andrew Purdv, W. B. Boles, Wm
Porter, H H. Smith, Henry Javens, A. Shnekev,.
jr., Joseph Vera, George Barnes. ap 20th.
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
ROOK BINDERS AND PAPER R ULERF,
C ONV NUE hn.ineas at the stand laic or McCandlep e
fir Johnaon. Every de•z•ription of work in their lin
neatly and promptly coteculed. may R— ly
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
AT TIM
THREE BIG DOORS.
T HE subscriber would respectfully Inform his cost°
fliers and the public generally, that notwithstanding
the unprecedented males at the Three Rig Doors, doting
the present season; he has Mill on hand the largest and
most, varied assortment of elegant CLOTHING that can
! , e bought west of the mountains. The public may rest
assured that all articles offered at his store are manufaw
tured from FRESH GOODS, purchased in the Eastern
markets this Spring and made into garments by Pitts
burgh workmen.
In consrquenee of the n.ultlpileation of slop shops in
our city, filled with pa wmbrokers,clothes and the musty.
cast off garments of former seasons, from the eastern ci.
ties, the public should be cautious to ascertain the char.
arter of the establishments in which they ere Invited to
purchase, before they part with their money. The ar•
tides offered at saveral of the concerns in this city, are
the mere offal, of New York and Philadelphia slop
shops, and tamt out hereto be palmed off on the Pitts.
burgh public. Purchaters should be on their guard a.
gainsl these impositions, and they may rely on the fact
that no establishment that advertises eastern wads Clot , -
lag, can gltreas good an article or as advantageous bar.
gains as can he had at the ••Three Big Doors."
The public will please remember that all the subseri•
ber's glrments are made in th is 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 reontation that the "Three Big Doors'
have °Nairn.* for furnishing', superior style of CLOTH
ING in every respect, and at prices below those of any
other establishment.
He would again return his thanks to his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage Letdowed
upon his establishment, and believing that they have
found it to their advantage to deal with him, be would
repeat his invitation to all those who wish to purchase
Clothing o f every description at the lowest price to call
at No. LSI. Limps Or. JOHN INTI,OSICY.
(C - r Observe metal Piste in the pavement. ap 26.
WM. ELDER, ltrteritey at Lase.--Wee to Elec.
oad etreetAad door above the corner of Siaintneid.
ootth tide, ap. 29,
PROSPECTUS!
Far pubtishieg aas Daily Paper 'lathe City elites
berg*, to be entitled the
DAILY MORNING POST.
frHESubseribers having made arrangements to merge
the American Mffnufacturetand Pittsbnrgh Meren
ry Info one Journal, haveconcluded to publish At daily
paper.with the title of the Daily Morels, Pest.
The leading object of the "Poor" will be the dlsseminm
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 he devoted to the
advancement and success of those doctrines.
Although, In polities, the paper wilt be thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope. by giving an honest,
candid history of passing Political events, Foreign
and Domestic rntelligence.and brief mites of all mtt
!era and occurrences that come properly within the Inhere
ofa Public Journal, to make their' paint suMciently In•
creating 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 fou3d in the "Atomic,'" Post," the Editors will take
pains to tarnish the businemer community with
the latest and most interesting Cormateciat. Iteretta
otter from all parts of the country, and to have prepa
red such accounts of the Markets and the State of Trade
as will headvanlageous to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callings.
Teresa.—The Pots will be pnblished on a large imperi,
al sheet of line paper, (manufactured especially for this
Journal) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per nnnum,payable In advance. It will also besold by
newsboys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Adeertioeseents will be inserted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
(11 - TWENTY active lads are wanted to sell the Posi
who will be engaged on the moat liberal terms
THOS. PHILLIPS,
W.H. SMITH
Augtm 31, 1841.
Travelers should +ilea Boats provided icia Evan.*
Safely Gourds, for ?rev:43llin: Exp/osion of &sant
Boilers.
I T would be well for the traveling community to beat
in mind that their security depends entirely, upon
their own encouragement of boats that have or may be
at the expen=e of procuring the above anomie!. And
that every individual making such !elm ion Is rontr:bus
ring towardla general introduction of an Invention ad
mitted by all men who understand the principles of the
Steam Engine, to be a care preventative against those
dreadful disasters You have cm taint?, is the Minder-de
of es plosinnt that have already taken plaint, their almost
daily occurrence, and the thousands of lives thai have
already been lost, a suMeletit warning, and inducement
to make inquiry for a Safely guard Boat, and In every
case to give It the preference. They have went to an
additinnal expense that your lives may be secure' Ought
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree of Ilbeiality,•nd by your preference show that .
you appreciate their laudable endeavor! to slop this aw
ful sacrifice of human Ilfe. They do not charge more
than whet boats; their areommodat ions In other respects
ate equal, and in many e6,ses superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will von run
any risk, when It is so com• Wick,' In your own power
to avoid those disasters.
Alt heats marked thus (*l In the List of Arrivals and
Gel artures. in another part of thts pai.er, are supplied
with the Safety Guar
Litt of Boats provided mitt th e Sitretil Okfird•
ALPS, MENTOR,
AGNES. MICHIGAN,
AMARANTH, MARIETTA.
BRILLIANT, MA RQUETTE.
BREAKWATER. MUNGO PARK,
CASPIAN, MESSENGER,
CECILIA, MONTGOMEY
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
CICERO, NEPTUNE.
CADDO, - NARAGANSETT,
DUKE of ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
DUQUESNE. OSPREY.
EXPRESS MAIL, ORPHAN BOY,
EULIPSE, OHIO,
FORMOSA. OR LEANS,
FORT PITT, PENELOPF,
GALLANT, PANAMA.
GALENA. QUEEN of the SOUTH
J. H. BILLS, ROWINA.
JEWESS, RARITAN.
IDA, SARAH ANN,
INDIAN QUEEN, SARATOGA,
ILLINOIS. 8,4 "-ANNA f
LADY OF LYONS, .7
LLEYRAND,
VICTRE M, ALLEY FORGE,
WEsT WIND. ASHLAND,
BRIDGEWATER MISSOURI MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
COLUMBUS, CUTTER
EDWIN HICKMAN, EMMA,
GENL. BROOK, TOBACCO PI ANT
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BRUNETTE, COLUMBIANA.
CLLIPPF.R, MINSTREL,
EVELINE
FOWLER'S PATENT BED
STEAD.
MANCFACTUSEDat TACT Cabinet Shop
Nci. Fa &mud st rem. bet wren Wooden( Smithfield,
where a general assortment of Furniture may be had at
reduced pricer for each.
Tbesuperiority of them Bedsteads. consist In the foot.
eulogy, which for durability abd eam in putting up and
taking down. it not equ tiled by any other now in ale
—and to all such as would consult their own comfort
in their nightly slumburs, it should be remembered that
all classes of the bug family are fastened ea by these
fastenings.
it:e•Righ's (or Counties. District, or Plates for sale
by JOHN FOWLER, Patentee.
We, the undersigned, do certify that we have exam.
Ined the above Bedstead Fastenings, and have no hyena.:
tion In pronouncing them the best now la are. looming
up folly to the representation in the above advertise.
Meat.
Wm. Gyaharc, Jr.,
Jot," A, 9 111 .
ap
Jacob Vegas:,
.oaniftelloget,
SAFETY.
Mil 22
Jong,* Co!tart,
~.: ,~.
- u>
THII LI'T'ERARY POST:
People Who Pay Double&
BY LYMAN BLANCHARD,
Nelson, when he had but one tarn to do
battle with, had still two legs to stand orwso
may honesty, with reduced mean*, with
hundreds cut down to fifties—honetaty •
put, as it were, upon half•pay-..be` atifi
seen upright, strong on its feet. and hold.
ing to its principle.
But how if bravery, when bereft of s
limb, have to do double dutyl Row if
honesty, when impoverished, be doomed to
pay doublet
I
Nothing more widely spread than pov+
erty; and nothing more narrowly judged of
and understood. When we look at the
poor, (the paying poor, who breathe the
Free air of merry England just outside the
workhouse gates,) we recognise the chief
necessity of their condition, in the duty to
persevere, summer and winter, in a rigid
and self-denying economy. But we rare
ly stop to note the working necessity in
their lot; we do not mark that'they are the
victims to an incessant and inevitable ex
travagance.
We overlook the fact that the poor cans
not economise. To possess too little, to
pay too much, .are the chief features of
their destiny. To stint, to spare, to make
hard shift, to Feel that. the halffarthing will
be practically in countless. bargains - a as-,
ving coin to them, yet to be constantly
hopelessly:extravagant,this is the lot of the
poor.
Our talk all the year round is of the
cheapest markets. These are exactly the
markets to which the poor can never re
pair.
"Act upon toy plan," cried Fitecrcesos,
thrusting his hands into his breeehes pock
* ts; "everybody should do as I do. Come,
I'll let you into my secret. Always buy
the best of everything. It's the cheapest
in the end."
Pitscri:esus is tight; but then the poor
ate not 'everybody,' The poor, while
they want to save, must buy the worst of
everything—the dearest in the end.— -
Their slenderness of means ever prevents ,
them from securing a bargain. The pri.
I ces of the beat, the cheapest in the end, n.
bilge them to take the bad.. With the
most urgent necessity to economise, they.
are driven helplessaly upon the improvi..
dent course. Fm the happy 'end' they
cannot wait; they must begin at once with
what the deeply skilled in the aft of true
cheapness wisely reject.
The only tidies that fall in the way cal
the poor are rich maxims, drooping 1i-
d.amonds from thelip of the affleent. . -
'I buy three pair of boots at a time-sv
they last four times as long as a single pair,' :
'I always pay six-and-twenty for, . my feel,
it lasts out half-a-dozen cheap ones.
And the poor mechanic, who , bats
Ived up sixpences, and these amebae"
gems of economy jingling together in his
ears, passes on unprofitingly, to hey hie. f t
country-made shoes, and hiesieve.like gee- •
earner. He had not half enough money to
purchase die cheapest. He -bids as little
'as he may for the dearest in the end;
Which end very soon arrives—next Suet:ley
if it should happen to rain !
.The fond which nourishes him net, the
raiment which wears, and washea siesaY
with ruinous rapidity, the poor man roust
be contented to, pay double, its lirtue of the : .
excess of his poverty. He knows hits
fate, in this respect. but may . not control*, .
Cheapness he esteems to be the peculate',
the enviable privilege of . the rich.
But such as his purchases are, are they
made at the lowest prices, nominally,—.on
what is called 'advantageous termer Sel,
dom. The little shopkeeper with whom
he deals is obliged to get credit, and obli•
ged to give It. The poor customer proba
bly never possessed, in all his days, so
much as a aingle week's wages in advance
of the world's claims upon him. That
scanty pittance, the receipt whereof glad.
dens his inmost soul on a Soturday, is not
his capital, but income. It is not often to
be spent at his wilt, here or there; but to
be paid in quarters where it is already due.
He Must repair to the same familiar ;atop,
rub of the regular score, and be, as usu..
re-supplied. He may gee in another
window cheese more eligible, or a prefer.
table style of pork; but his dealings are
circumscribed—his little ready cash is be
spoke. As the grand world boasts but
one boot-maker, so his little world eon.
tains but one baker. He cannot always
choose his mart even for dear bargains.
Are there no other drains,' peculiar
to the nature of Poverty, upon his slender
resources? Several. But we shall exhibit
enough, when we show the tendency to
waste, the unavoidable extravagance, of
purchasing in every instance the very
smallest quantities. The poor find nut
this hardness of their condition; but still
unavailingly. They are obliged to watch
for the turn of the scale, yet they lose some
grains continually. Their provisions, if
they could keep a little store, would im
prove in quality, and go further. Their
half-ounce of something will serve but for
one occasion --one meal; but could they
have afforded to lay in a whole ounce, it
might have served three times. Never,by
any turn in the course of fortune, can the
cheapest way be open to the poor. Every
road has a turnpike for tie - rn, and, as oth
ers seem to do on Sundays only, they pay
double every day.
The poor receive ‘‘ith one hand, but
they pay with both. We observe them liv.
ing "from hand to mouth;" but when the
hand barely reachs the mouth, and the et
forts and the strain grow greater day by day
we merely tiiCrates on the evils of fiespree
viteiste, and not on the impossibility of se-
MEE