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VOL I.—NO. 241
THOS. "PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
.N. W: CORNER OF WOOD 4- FIFTH etTe.
Ten.mis.--rivE DOLLARS a year, payable in
advance. dingle ruffles TWO CEN7'3--for sate at the
iientater or the office, and by News Boys.
The 'Mercury and :Manufacturer
e pogished WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
me liens sheet, at TWO DOLLARS a year. in ad.
ranee. dingle copies, SIX CENTS
Terms of Advertising.
PER SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
tire fusertlen. 0,50 I One month, $2,00
few Insertions, 0,75 Two moms, 6.00
three Insertions, 1,00 Three months, 7,00
One week, 1,50 Four months, 8.00
Ow.. weeks, 3.00 I Six months. 10,00
Th r ee week.. 4,00 One year. 15,00
CIi•NGEABLE AT CIis•SCRE.
Oat Square. Two Sptarel
AO months, 813.00 I Six months, $23.00
D.se year, 25,00 One year, 35,00
IrrLarger advertisements in prororlton,
• CARDSof four lines Six DoLtotris a year.
''Girt POST Orrice. Third between Market and Wood
skeeeAs___R. M Riddle, Postmaster.
4.lusvoe Hoes., Water, 4th dour from Wood st. Peter.
=fen's hisildinas—Mayor Jolts; tVillock, Collector.
Ctrs TREASURY, Wood between Fir.t and Second
treets—Jamcs A. Rartram, Treasurer.
Covers TREAseRY, Third street, next door to the
Third Pieshytertan Church-5. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
5h Orrtcg, Fourth, between Market and Wood
atreeia—Atczander Hay, Mayor.
• Idermayres Excesses. Fourth, near Market st.
Precsituaou. het leers Market and Wood streets, on
Irnird and Fourth streets.
AlEtt'HaNEs' ASO MANUFAcTURERs' ate FARHERs' DE
POSIT BANE. (formerly Saving Cu nd,) Fourth, betty, cu
Mood and Market streets.
EXCHANGE, rifth street, near Wood.
Illnitomouct,• HOOKE, Water street, near the Bridge.
EXCHANGE Hover., corner of Penn and St. Clair.
Mannikns' ROTEL, corner of Third and Wood.
AatanicAn Hotzt,corner of Third and Smithfield.
IlstrceSTATZS.rornessof Penn street and Canal.
fileita&D Eikot..., Liberty street, near Seventh.
Sitt.toeßti M•natox 11 0USE,Litieriy St opposite Wayne
Bitos.unuitsr M•eston House, Penn St. opposite Canal.
ktOBERT WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT LA W. — OlTve remit
red to Bakewell's offices on Grant st., neatly opposite
the new Court House, next rooms to John D. Malmo,
.—First floor. 10
lI DDIT TONER, Au° , nor at Law, North Ea.t corner
ofSmithfield and Four!, at reel 9. sep 10—ly
M'CANDLESS & M'CLURE, Attorneys and
C, ii at 1,3 w: Office in the platllollll, hack
of the old Court House, Pittsburgh. sep 10
‘kitHUNK 4. FINDL AY, Attorneys at Law, Fourth at.,
above Wood. Pittsburgh. set. 10-Iy.
THOS. HAM I LTON „Attorney at Law. Fifth , between
Wood and Smithfield MS., Pittsburgh. sep 10—ly
Will. O'HARA ROBINSON, Attorney at Law;
Office on the north aide of the Diamond
slatket and Union streets, upstairs Fel, 10
ADuanoßA.w, Attorney at Law; tenders
• his proiessiduallterViCes to the public. Office O.
rim Street. above Wood, Pittehurcli, 10
EYSTER 4' DUCH 1N AN. Attorneys at Law, office
retivmed from the Dosolontl, lo Allorory ow,"
Lady in le of Fourth street, between llarbet and Wood
I 1 BUCKMASTER, ADRNEY AT LAW,
has removed iris office to Kt iire-'s Law Blum
. rigs, Fourth street, above Smithtield, Pittsburgh.
CORaE 1,..4 IWO. A tt.o ney at Law, Offir'e
"LW Pin. 54 Filib street, near the Theatre, Plitsimrgb,
HEADE w AsiiiNGTON,
PTORME I".dT LA W. -Office in ItakeweiV4
'Great street, Pittsburgh. Nov. 5, 18-12.
JOAN J. mrrcHELL— Attorney at Law, tithe,
corner of drinithfield and sth 'is Phlshers.ll.
it:r Collections made. A I business entrtsidd to his
are will he promptly attended to.
feb 16-Iy .
it&NOV AL. — R. Morrow, Alderman' atri e nort
aide of Fifth at,, between Woed Sod Smithfield
DR. 8. R. HOLM ES, Office in Second street, next door
to Marv:my 4- Co's Glass VVarelionse Frp 10—ly
011N$TON S I'Ot:K . "l'oN, tiodtcseHers. Pi inters an
Paper M anu fact arers, No. 37. Nlarkri Ft. gPp 1(i-1 y
JTORN ANDERSON, Smitlitie id roundry, Water at
tilP near the Alononzahela House, Plum are h. sett 10-1
TH/11/.9 X YoUNG. FRANCIS I. YOUNG.
THOS. B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
Rooms, uorncr of Hand st. 4. ClChacge Alley.
Persons wishing to purchase Furniture. will find It Io
heir advantage to give us a call. 661%7 fully satisfied that
we C3O please as to quality and price. se p 1 0
66 BBLS. PLAN PATION MOLASSES. rrreivei.
per Steamers Little Den litlet nation, and fur
J G. 4. ,1 GORDON
12 Water street
COLVI4II4. • • •• • R. CO L lAN
COf. E.N.fiX CO.,oene7.t Agenis. Forwarding and
11l Commission Merchants Zr yen iect, Vick* burg
Miss They respectfully so.tci t onFig6n,t , t,is. 1,2:-
WEBB CLOSEY,S [kw and Shoe IV. a nefact o•
ry, Nb. 8$ fencth St., next door tothe U. Stairs
-rank' Ladies Prb•o-tta, Kid and Satin w hoca made i
Ale aeatestenanner,%faa by the neweßtlFrencli paticros.
GARDEN TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels,„Jdin g Tools, Budding
Waves, Peening Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., just re•
lens for sale by P. L. SNOW DEN.
Mepkto 134 Liberty street, head of Wood.
MAGISTRATES'BLANKS, for proceedinzg la At
tnekutent under the late law, for sale at this Office
BLAiacK PETITIONS, NOTICES, &C.—
• To be used In Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
Mood Paper And in the forms approved by t he Court ,for sale
tlibe Office of the Mercury and Democrat. rep 10
Zia[. HUBBARD, Ladiee fashionable boot and
shoe Manufacturer, No. 101, Third s , reel, between
'Wood and Smithfield streets. Pittsburgh aep 10
J AS. PATTERSON, - Jr., Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
Pa., Manufacturer of Locks, Hinges and Bolts; To•
acerb, Faller, Mill and Timber Screws; Housen Screws for
Rolling Mills, 4 c. Sep 10--1 y
OECN BPCLOSKEY, Tailor and Clothier, Lther.y
Kreet, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side,
JG. 4- A. GORDON, Commission and Forwarding
• Merchants, Water at., Pittsburgh. Pep IP-1 y
Birmingham & Co.
COMMISSION AND FOR WA R DINO .711 ER
CHANTS, No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.•
terms—Receivini; and Shipping 5 cents per 100 his
Commtalons on Purchases and sales 24 per cent.
,A 1 4JIrUF4CTURER of Ttn, Copper and sheet !tor
Ware, No, 17, Fifth it., between Wood and Mar—
Keep* constantly un hand a good assize Meet of wares,
' Sad Solicits a share of public patronage. Also, on hand,
the following articles: Shovels. Pokers, Tongs, Gridirons,
&Mew, Teggeoles, Pots, Oven/, Coffee Mills fr.. bier.
ctrAlsks and whom are invited to call and examine for
kilrearigwo. as he if 4Jetermined tont' cheap for cash or
IlegweVll , A era -
LTA ILMA N, JENN INGS & Co
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
Dealers it Pittsburgh Manufuctures
No, 43 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
MAILMAN, JENNINGS &C0., --
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Woo.] st reel .
Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
THOMPSON HANNA J•KRS Toßnnui L.
H ANNA TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse, No.
lA, Wood st., where may LP had a general supply
of wrßin; wrapping. printing. wall paper, blank hooks,
school hooks, te. scp 10--ly
1? C. TOW ti.iEND 4. CO.. Were work er , an d
W. Aran rtfactat•era, No. 23 31aritet street, between 2d
and 3d street:, sep 10-1 y
VIXCHAINGE HOTEL, Corner or Penn and flair l_l st eels, by McICIHHIV 4 SMITH.
p 3 ROWNSVILLE JUNI VI'A 11(w; WORKS --DI
ward 1111211 es. Mafilifariliter of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. Wood st., Pinslinrgh. sell 10 —ly
- - -
1 E %V GO 01)$. —Pre 'ion 4- Markev, w and
retail dealers in Ellt;1101, Fryncir, at d
flry Cootie, No. NI. 1 1:irket .t , I'd tshii Fen 10
Tof IN 3I'DEVITT, Wholesale Gioccr Rect if, Ina
lii,ull.•r, And Dealer in Produce and PiLi lurch
Manufactured Articic4, No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitta
Wit.t.ttx H. ‘Vti.r.taterit Icon Ihr.treuita
Iv l LLIAMS &
t: racers Produce:lnd Cunt mils:inn Merchants, and
dealer, in Pittititurgh Manufactured article,, No. ..!ft,
Jotter . N. R1C41.1
S IIERIFF & K N, M.otufarloros I,r cop per.
Siteet Iron No 80. Front xt ,
totralt. !louse Spouting and Steamboat work vornot
rrn DA VID SANDS, II ATCI.I eir CLOCK
P MAKER, Nn. 7, Si. i'lalr street, Pitt!,
DE-ILFR IX WATCH FS, C LUCK s, RR E,9sTl'Lvs
FINGER RINGS, C BAIA'S, KEYS, cpxlis. ,s, - .
L ANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.- A fun
.upply of Landielh's Garden cede, always os
hand, and for sale at his agency the Ditiginore of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 10 184 Liberty street. head of Wood
R CSIOVAL.--ttlailliew lours, er and flair [)revs.
er, has removed la coo rth si rect opposire Ihe May
ors °nice. where Ise will hr happy 10:Wait upon ,yernianeni
ur tramilent customers. 11 "mile Is a share or putoic mo
JOIIN M'FARI.%NU, Upholmirrer arid Cabinet
.11-ker, Third at, hetweett IVood Sr Narket streets,
resproful informs his friends and the ;midi,. that he is
fm -pared to execute all olden+ for Sofas, Sqlebt, rib; flu •
reaus,('hairs, Tables, Ite, - Hteads, Stands, lair Spring
Mattrasses, Curtain:, Carpels, all ~r ois of Uplinl.terinz
svorS,whirh lie will warrant equal .0 any made in the
city, and on reasonable ;ems. s , .p HI
11 VMOV.IL!--Tile 11:1Ve 10
ler beiween ‘Vnod and Sllll , lllV v l sr tu her.
111(.5. ‘VitCliV,:o(• (.1,1 07 V:1 ( . 1 , 14111.5
SlOll !tit ne•N and would re'ne , I I,ll 'y i.e 111 0'
age 01111Cif friends J W. lII' I: I 1 I! IMC LO.
1111 V. P.A . T I'ERS(i ?:ficir oil Smithfield strt,i
%RE nenuncti. t• s Mint, I.i fIV
11•11. PoADCARP. from P. 11,011,211. yin fle.tfo, I.
4:llalthlietAiurz autl I ri3O.trio.l
cootwviinglran: of N V .
"n 'v 15 0 31141 on.. rii2lll 0111.
A 1 , ). Ihe Direct Itne
re, 11.1,ty al 8 o'rl(.< k 1.
118 i, e ?no r Lr G,w ii,,• Nlprclioui 4 11°1.1 %V,,ot!
M EN OEl.l_ 1 33.1111 M, %V A I'3lll
101 -2.3, 1343-Iy. Proprif•lt,rs.
TIIE CH E I'ENTR t. 11()I . I:. VIA ‘TION I.
IZ \ A sr' 8.11,11 \lOlO . . A 1413 OHIO 11 Rt)l
I~E oil'. trushington Ct!y,
Baltimyrc, Phi:ollelphia and .Yew York.
TIIIS In lull and 1rav,,P,1141,i,41, daily
al (3 o'clock A. 11
In CII.Iih/. 1 In ed. here ‘vit h the rail road
Co'..in all the aiiove Ware,: l Eraerlleiiii will fled ill,
Rpf. , rly and COM Inr , :ll.le route, It 6 ein, a srr.ar,lle and
airOftiegi which have not been ht,1•106/re• enjoyed. Er
I,llena,iies the titn the
going through direct, or hiking cue ni2111 . ,
root al heir option
For tickets, ripply at oiir Ober, ai ilieNlonon2a'
Fel , . 11-1111
ENTIRE NEW COACHES
c 1: '~"
FR0.41 PITTSBURGH TO B. 91.71.410R1: ANL)
united States Express Line ,
al .1h dary, at 2 o'cl,,ek, p at, vin Sloollo.
10 lirOWnsville. thence In splendid new ro.lch,s
,eer the great National Road, and from
In superMr new eight wheeled care. to Baltimore.
Washington city and Philadelphia.
The ahoy, Line Is r .presented to the traveling politic
as being unequalled between the Ohio River and Laatern
Cities for comfort and expedition, having made arrange
intents to convey passenger-, through In two days, and
no night travel, either by Stage or Railroad Cats.__
Think of ill Only 75 miles Stage travelling, and 513
miles teas than the Wheeling route, and that In superb
new coach( a.
Fare to Bahl:110'e, $lO.
1 0ffice In the Monongatiel a House.
A. HENDEP SON 4- Co.,
ml - d 3 Stage Proprirto
FACTS SPEAK FOR TIIEMSELVES--TRUTH IS
CONVINCING:- Having been afflicted fur nearly
two years, with a hard swelling on the cap of niv knee,
which produced much pain, and used various applica
Lions recommended by the Pacully--all in vain V4'3,
cured completely by the use of one bottle of Dr . Brand.
relh's Linament, or External Remedy.
Witness my hand JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan.loth, 1840.
Dr. Brandreth's Bxteruat Rentrdy or Linament; sold
at his office, N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRICE--
50 cents per bottle. feb 8.
JUST RECEIVED, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finestqualliy. for sale wholesale and
retail. by wm. THORN,
feb .22—tf. 53 Market at.
20;000 ircl3o.,S 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 .
HALLMAN, JENN LNG-3 &c o
Cotton Yarn Warehnuse,
mar 17 No. 43 Wood street,
- 117.40'L FOR S4LE.—A acw Clinker Mill Yawl
(McNaughten's build) for sale low for cash. A p
ply to BIRMINGHAM 4. Co,
ap 18' No f) Water at
1.. tV. STl4'l: I' ) N
Pre,01,1.1 of N. B. stazr
PEJTSF:'S 110.9RHOUND CANDY.—'
received this day from New York, a frush stlpply 0-
the above celebrated cure fur Coughs, Colds and Con
sumption; and is ready to supply custotnersal wholesale
or retail, at his Medical Agency, 86 Fourth et.
D—AVire—cLARK, eaTaliomßoot „water ,
tias removed to No, 34 blajkat street, between
Second and Third streets, where lie would be happy
to see his old customers, and all others who feel dispos
cd to patronize him. He uses nothing but first rate
stock, and employs the best of workmen; and as he gives
his constant personal attention to business, he trustsithat
he will deserve aid receive a fair share of patronage.
.4.uItEAM, 4- CONrEeTIONAik:::
A Hunker respectfully Informs his friends anal he
pedle' that they can always find the best qualify of tee
Creams. mariner with al; kinds of confectionary and
friths. in their an at hie establtsitment—No. 11,
Fifth sireet, belwc- it Wood and Market.
N. B.—Panics bundled on the shortest notice, 4)111
cakes. or any thing in Ills line. Also families funtheiked
k eep le
. • .
It M J. CLENI ER, residing at 66 Mott slow,
- " A
New York, was affikted with Ilyspep4a In Its own
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent heini•
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, cough, lima.
burn, pain In the chest and stomach always after emir/,
impaired appetite, sevsat ion of sinking at the stomarb i
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent voniltings, dizziness
lots ards night and reslleness. These had continued up.
wnrd of a Iwelvrmonth, when. on constitting Dr. Wm.
Evans. lOU Chat barn street, and sulimltting to his ever
, uccessru I and agreeable mode Of 1 real meut. the patient
wax completely restored to health in hire short space of
one month . and grateful for the inealculable benefit deriv
ed, gladly calle forward and volli littered the above state
For sate Wholesale and Retail by
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON F.ICTORY.
Reel Fara.l Long Reel Yarn.
No at 14 cis. per ! 500 at R cis per dz
6at 14 ditto I 600 at 14 ditto
7at 14 ditto I 700 at 6 dill()
It at 14 ditto 1200 at 5 ditto
9at 11 ditto 900 at 4+ ditto
11 at 14 ditto
10 at 14 dwo 1001) at 4 ditto
12 at 1/ ditto Candiewck at 15 cis per
13 at 141 ti.tto coin Batting • 13 ditto
14 at 15 ditto Family do. • 1;,"t ditto
IS at 15/ ditto Ca ry'l Chia Io • 111 . ditto
16 at 16 ditto !corn Tm, foe • 23 ditto
17 at 16+ ditto Stockily; Tarn and
IR at 17 ditto rover Irt Yarn always on
19 at 171 ditto hand
20 at lit ditto Cotton Warm.made loonier.
Try- Orders promptly attended to. rift at J. 4 c.
ec- Ken,,,k1 ) .0. or llie raga office, addre,:
Ceti 27, J. K. !MOORHEAD 4- co.
F 1111 E , tderril , er ha: rernov , d los Fashionable Tudoring
EsT;ddishment io the 'Morino:a nela Loose, 3d door
from first ...mil sl.w here losnld etislumers and
all otherc Oho shay favor him with a call may depend on
havtmz then work done in a superior Slvlr.p,orn
Noe , lenre in lire Itunine.. in thy, and in many.
mho, fAshomakh• clues in Europe and Amerira, lie feelll
rotiroloniClint lin ran ;:ivo sailviarlion In all who mav
rd a.. vor kiln w 111 110 if rii+lntit. Rv .1 Or] allenlinn
to 1 , , , tr0a.. and .iioeriiir morkinoo.lop lie hope, : 10 Merl(
and us mice9llnieol p1!,1.. patronage. Ile Ir tend kro•pf oec
nu bai,d a supply r.( anal I /1011111111 V Full:Vole for l tie
cu..rlurser tra,fi• ttlil. h will be sold very reduced price.,
C .IUNTIL'or the iintfr rt..nrieri io 111 all
raar vof I.llr' if, .r I , li- arid W 0111.14, tprre ntortlfic•4
wt•:1- apprel.rmird. IUI •Ilarp
) 1 11:Ical Palo EilraCtor. frOril
1%,.?.an0, k 7! Mandril tan,. far mot!' rffir , .ll purr n
'error nr rrl tfiraiiunll3:,l cold Arcl rir oit r;,ir. silver
:wlivallon .1; III:. WOOderliol r anl iv
Ihe !oral 1 , 0 111 .:11.41 Hill, 1, run, , xr.t;ti, Or
tt, hat 0.1 in jured 11.,• ot;;..1$1 14, rre.cirr
rurr up, t a :1 very ttr ri
re.lor, the pail a ttrrrrd t" a . l v -tole
111 e rl , lOlll 44,411 14, prep:llll,4,li:
WS , a 1 , 1 .4 :1M In‘ 41v A. , 411[1,11
ri re ,
r , , 1 ,0 1 11 I, react aod -ore 1111 , p'e aid all
- u.l , ruplit,, of The Rittrt.lt. 0:4 et tln a cure n•r
111 e ilejiollllll/,1 And Ihr volvlicr4 for it, e.ira ,
I, , ,p,rit, One Ir vu lie m 1 1 1 n.l , rr !aide and eth
Itt:ltlehe t t nourre. —lferlll4l.
sd, at Tu't!u'e., 16 Frurill =trcr':
Du/ F. i.v Fast /ad":
I Ff the lulir and will not the skin
This Ile it , in the lortn of a Viniviler which ill plash mane.
or tart may be apt lied In the hair over niy 111, the hrto
i••-•••,C the li2ll , r+t Or trevr hair lo dark brown; and
a serord or third tit,thi, in a Jet black. Any
Orriioll Orly. Ilierefnre, with the lett,l trouhle
i i rrp li, hail any dark :shade Or a oto rrt Hark, vvllh the
ra rice that Ihr imwder If applied in the skin
trill ape relliir 11. There is no colorin2 ill 11,1. .mica eat,
as hey one Ilia V eamly trzt Thew Carla are wartanted
be he rha,uiil ‘vtiti ten nufai tures
by ,r 4,11111
Fu r al TUTTI.E . : 2 ,' Ni; Fourth street, where a
larce ;issorimellt of l';;lrnt Nledirine9 way always by had
:It roller AV 110!,:! lc or relil
0011'1 vr.vet ' i.li Furth
( '0 P A It Kit S II I I'.
1.111 , :s if-. 11,11/ _17.9.Y JOII-V .11'X•17_\Y)S
hdr.e entered I:110 par Ilv,llll/ for the purpose of
transartinr,; n Wholuralr: Gnu, ; rioduce and Commis,
hur:lne,s under the fir re and style M lIAILMAI.
JENS NC; Co., at No 43 Wood street, 4, r0p0-Ite the
‘lerellanis Hotel, where a supply of (1 roreries and rutin
Irrirglr r,trfa, tired A rtielcs ran always he had nn Hire
Marsh 17 '43.
TUBA( Co, SNUFF : AND CIGAR STORE.
.Vo 1146 11 - ood streW, one door above
'JEEPS cont.tantl% on hand ail kind. of the besi
Spa no 1, i'oznrs: hceattas, Casadorcs, Cnormas cs
Traburas PrincAprs. ,
A 1.0. half Sonolsh and 1 :011111/011
ffolracco of all the best hranth. : Cavcsd/sA „5, lump.
Baltimore Plu h r . l2, and ICo lump .
Also Miller's Pine Cut Cliew,nc Tobacco.
Snuff's: Rappee, Scotch, Mtterahau, High Toast, 4 - c,
De has also, all other articles In his line, which he
offers, tvlio:esale alit! retail at the fotrest rash prices,
CALI. AND SEE.
WILLI.% 4 DOHERTY,
11 Ji 7' and Cap 9I nutw - tu rer. 148 Liberty st, bet weep
ILI. Market Lind Sixth. up 10— 6m.
J. M. Sanderson & Son,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, PIIILADELPIIIA.
elegant estahliglitnent has been In operation du r.
tog the last nine militia, and notwithstanding the
general depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed the approbation of the public and yielded to the pro
prietors a,full compensation for their labor and alien
tion its location tieing In Chestnut street, in the im
mediate neighborhood of the Post office, the Exchange,
Ranks, the tSteamboat landing, the most business part of
Market street and the places of amusement, it presents
to the business community or those visiting the city on
pleasure, all the facilities and comforts so desirable to
the travelling public. Its arrangment, also, enables the
guest to regulate his expenses, and to live in a style of
elegance or economy suited to his not ions or disposition.
The facility of procuring meals at any hour, and of gel•
tine that which the appetite craves, is also a saver of
time which the business portion of the guests I,now how
to appreciate. The proprietors, therefore, solicit the
custom of their old fri-nds, and promise a continuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
up 25-3 m,
FOR a term of yearn. Two building lots on the hank
of the Allegheny river, adjoining the City line.
Apply at the house Agency, Penn street, sth Ward,
mar 2. JAMES BLAKELY
JUST RECEIVED, a large supply of tor Bwayoe's
Syrup of Wild Cherry.and for rue wholesale and
retail by - WM. THORN.
an 21. No 53, Market et.
R. E. SELLERS, Agent.
No 20. Wnna street, hciow Second
B. DON. :Hy
D R. GOODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pills arc strongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex•
crcise, 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
ted States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
aetall. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent.
sep 10 No. 20. Wood Street,below Second,
ADAIR, Boot and Shoe Maker, Libesty St.,
- opposite the head of Smithfield at., Pittsburgh.—
The subscriber having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old stand of Mr: R.. and Is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work In his line, In the heat manner
and on the similes, notice. Ae keeps rot - Mantis on hand
a large a= , -nrti..eili of-h.,.. flodire , .. of all de - - - rripliOnS and
of the hr.., :1.1 411 'h.' pal r,o,aur of ;he nub•
ilc and of t , tv'il ADA tn.
pirrrs f.• 1T I.N Tr r Spr Ingo
and 4, 'r. far ('qrrian . rm at Eastern Priem
. ler.2 ri;aizrii , lurf• and kee.D. , reilOnrilly on
hand Coarh.c and Eliptin rwnrratiled.) nlala
Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated Dash Prunes, Rrass
and plated Huh Rands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Rrass Lamps, Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Door Handles and Diners. ii•e.d•e•
JONES k COLEMAN.
St. Clair et.. hear tl a lltruheny Brldrre.
H . I ) .SELLERS, M. D., office and dwelling In Fourth,
near Perry street. Rep 13—ly
LOOK AT THIS.
The attention %ft ho-e who have been immewhal firer ,
'teal in reference to the numerouß certifleateg puhliuhed
in favor ofDr. Swavne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
rv, nn account oft he tterßong heinz unknown in this Yee
lion of lin •ttair i‘t resmerilttlly direcred 10 the following
certlfi , ate, I he w . riter of whirl, hay hertz a ellizen of I i.if
I.nrom!li rt , ceyeral vent,. and is knots n az a gent'eman
of i..te_rily and
7'n the.9nrnt_Str, T. Slim
have Sway lied Ss cup of IVi'd
Cherry fora rough, With w hid, I have been severely al
flirted for about four nenollm and I have no bealtalion
in paving that it la the moo effective medicine ihai I have
been able In procure. It comprtea all nneasines.s, and
agree, well With my dirt.—and manrs Ins a re,ilar nod
/nod app.! tie. I ran freely recommend it to all lit hery
glrytlartv afflicted. J. MI NNt. R, Borough of Cliamber,doe.
.111rell 9. I 'l 4o.
PP n 23
, rl4' he WI 1,1,1 %M TIIOIIN No. 53 Market qreet.
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNAMENTAL
DlF:rtsoss dekirous of procurlnct Fruit. Shade. and
Ornamental Trees, nr Shrttlyberr, from Phlladel•
pb la or Nrw York, Are rriner.led In makr application at
goon as po3Alltle. nt Ihr Nu! and Sec A Store of lire cuh.
serthrr, tvhcre can Ire had ratalopue•, :twill, °ugly. of the
Almn rxrrllrot starieilrs F. L. sNownEs,
Pelt 21 N o IR4 Liberty Al reel. head of Wont'
W I 1,1.1 qSI C IV:\LT.. Plain and Fancy Portrait
attl P Frame 3fanufacterer, .No.' 87,
Fourth S'lree , PtPrs Lurch. —Canvas Brushes. Varnish
kr.. for A I kis. ;Own rs on hand. Look Glasses. kr,
promo' Is• framed in order. Repairing, done at the short
raft irular attention paid to rez,lldlttg and Jobbing 011.. v
Persona feting tto earn at Boats or houses will find it it
1,1,734 STEF.I.E, ~i iecerror to H. ArClorkey . , Fah
io.ia de Root Maker, (,Iherty at., Ott door from
VI-gin Hew, The ritshicrilter rerpeetrully inform% the
publir t hat he Ilan commenced the alcove huslnerr in the
scion formerly occupied by 11r. 'Henry 3Frlorker.
and that he is now prepared to :wend to all orders in
imp with despatch and or the :110.1 reaFtlnahte
wenn, From his lons experience in Hoc mannfaet ore of
Fa,lllprialiin Snots, he feels ronndent that all
from hlr esialithiiimerry in 111 give snli.rarl inn ro his
irons. 1 sbnr e of nutria. patronage I. respect hills rolled.
n II7I)SErI,S I 91 v
of rah:in. nit.
F I. SNC) DE N. 1441 Liberty rt.
31. F. A USTI V, Atiorp, v riiiqhim-yl l . pa.
Oilier in Atli SI reel. oppo,ll e Rurke's Hulldin:l•
WILT tax E. I ,, Tug. E-q., vvu'l ulve tin spent ion to my
unfinished linrini,r, and I rt•frIMTIPPIIII 111111 to the patron
age of my friends IVALTER FORWARD
TING .ANTI REFERENCE
1 LI RR AK Vof R elielons.ll mica ical,rnlilical.and
Ilaneous Works. will be oven every day, SnAtaih cx.
rented. 'eon. 7 o'clock, A M ....ill 9, I'. M., In 111,. Ex.
change Clair streeland Exchange
alley. Wnerc aticndance will be given by
J. fl EM
NEW YORK DYER.
drASEE 111 NI ES. would respectfully Into. in his friends
Van the noldic hr ectieral,t hat he dies Ladies' dresses,
llnbils and Mani laof (very description, black—and
warrant, it cm no t o smut, mil In look 'goal to new
Rood=. Ile dies fancy col rn of all desert:dial. nn
and carpet yarn. Also, clean. and rcoores the colors
„f so as to re6l.llillie nets. zood..
Mr. It. Clatters 11;trivelf 'hit he ran Wert., the ntildic,
a he has done an rvenswe letymess to New York hie
twenty rcars. All work (Inne on moderate i erica at hill
rrtabiishtur Ilt u. 5111 st , between Wood and Smltlideld
ne tr !he Theatre,
r Thii is tn ccrtiry that OREE HI NIES has
done work for us, which has fully answered our
expectations, and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Barnes, J. B. Shurtleff,
David Hall, [3. F. Mann, Davi 'loins, Joseph
French, jr . Andrew Purdy, W. B. ()rites, Wm
Porter, If 11. Smith, Henry Jrivens, A. Shorikev,.
jr., Joseph Vera, George Barnes. an 201 h.
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
/ 300 X.RINDERS AND PAPER RULERS,
eIONTI NUE Au-loess al the eland hte of Mc Candle.,
Johnson, Every dec.,-riution of vend, in !hot, Ito
nrat ly and proinuli y executed.may SI- ly-
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
THREE BIG DOORS.
rim E subscriber wrrild respectfully inform his custo
fliers and the pliblic generally, that notwithstanding
r the unprecedented lintel at the Three Big Doors, during
the present season; he hail still on hand the largest and
most veriest a.sort meta of elegant CLOTHING that can
he bought well of the mountains. The public may rest
assured that all articles offered at hi, store are manufac
/ lured from FRESH GOODS, purchased in the eastern
market, title Spring and made into garments by Pitts
In consequence of the n.ultiplication of slop shops in
our city, tilled with pa w ndirOkers,elot hes and the musty,
cast off garments of former seasons, from the ensiet n cf.
ties, the public should be cautiou• to ascertain the char.
:trier of the establishments in which they are invited to
purchase, before they part with their money. The nr•
tides offered at several of the concerns in this city, are
the mere offal, of New York and Philadelphia slop
shops, and sent out here to be palmed off on the Philo.
burgh public. Furchn•ers should be on their guard a.
aaingi these Impositions, and they may rely on the fact
that no establishment that advertises tasters wade Clot'••
ing, can give as good an article or as advantageous bar.
gains as ran be hail at the "Three Big Doors."
The public will please remember that all the snbscri•
ber's g irments 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 redtltation that the "Three Big Doors'
have olitainee for furnishing v superior style of CLOTH
INC in every respect, and at prices below those ofany
He would again return his thanks to his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage bestowed
upon his establishment, and believing that they base
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 No. 151, Lusters Hr. JOHN M'CLOISKY,
(t7'Observe Metal Plate in 'the paretoont. ap 26.
M. ELDER, Agto..ty at Law—Office In See-
ood strOetand door above the corner *ram ith
port!) Ode, sp. 24,
For publishing a New Daily Paper in tits City of Pitts
bargA, to be entitled tits
DAILY MORNING POST.
HESuhscribers having made arrangements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh !Herm.
ry Info one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Aforeing Post.
The leading object of the "Post" will he the dlssemina•
Hon and defence of the political principles that have bete
tofore been maintained by the Editors, in their respective
papers, and their best efforts will still be devoted to the
advancement and success of those doctrines.
Although, In polities, the paper will he thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope, by giving an honest,
i candid history of passing Political events, Foreign
and Domestic Intelligence. and brief notices of all mat•
ters and oecurrencea that come properly within the antler'
ofa Public Journal, to make their papet sufficiently in•
cresting to entitle It to the pal ronage of the public, ir
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the political and general news that will
be found in the . ..Homing Pose," the Editors will take
. pains to furnish the business community with
the latest and most interesting Coismeaciet. bercw
cracr. from all parts of the country, and to have prepa•
red such accounts of the Market, and the State of Trade
as will beadvantageons to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callings.
' Tersts.--The PosT will be published On a large impeel•
al sheet of fine paper, (Manufactured especially for this
Journal) at the unusually lOW rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per a n num,payable in advance. It will also be sold by
newsboys 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.
0;:r-T IN ENTY active lads are wanted to sell the rest
who will Do engaged on the moat liberal term!
Aunts, 31. 11142
B Y Morrison 4. c o . London, for sole only by S. ft
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Piltsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
is sole agent for Western Penns) loania sep
FOR SAF Err.
Travelers should select Boat♦ probided with liasos
Sgfety Guards, for preventing Rap:resole of Steam
I 7' Would he well for the traveling communny to beat
In mind that their security depends entirety upon
their own enrouram mans of Inlnts that hale or may be
at the expert eof procuring the above apparaltts. And
that every Individual making such select toil Is contrAnt
ling towards a general introductionor an inventrow ad
mitted by all men who undeimand this principlei of toe
Steam Engine, to be a Bute onuroatattee aentoot those
dreadful disasters lieu leave certainty, in the Mand , rds
of esplosions that have already taken place, their almost
daily occurrence, and the thousands of hires that have
already Leen Inst. a tufficient warning, and inducement
to make inquiry Cor a Safety guard Bost, and in every
case in glee it the preference. They have went to an
additional expense that your lives may be secure Ought
you not therefore in meet them with a corresponding
degree of liberality, and by your preference show that
you appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop this awe
ful sacrillcs of human life They do not charge more
than othei boats; their accommodations in other respects
are equal, and in many cases superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will you run
any risk. When it Is VO corn imelY in your own power
to avoid those disasters.
Alt ' , oats marked thus [.J in the List of Arrivals and
Del enures, in another part of t Ills pal.er, are supplied
with the Safety Guar ;.
Lis tof Boats proridee! frith tee Wet! Guard.
ALT'S. ,' M ENTOR .
AMARANTH, MA I: (ETTA.
BRILLIANT, MA RQUETTE,
BREAKWATER. M UNGO PARK,
CECILIA, MON TGOALEY
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
CA DDO, - NA R ekGANSETT.
DUKE . 4- ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
D UQUF.SN E. OSPREY.
EXPRESS MAU, ORPHAN BOY,
FORT PITT, PENELOPE,
GALENA. QUEEN of the SOUTH,
J. H. BILLS, ROW INA,
.1 MESS. RARITAN,
IDA, SARAH ANN,
INDIAN QUEEN, SARATOGA,
ILLINOIS. 5. ,, -- ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, ' 1 LLF.YRAND.
VICTIZ E S ALLEY FORGE,
WEsT WIND ASHLAND,
BIHDGEW ATER MISSOURI MAIL.
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWIN HICKMAN, EMMA,
GENL. BROOK, TOBACCO PI ANT
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BRUNETTE, COLUMBIAN A.
FOWLER'S PATENT RED
at W. Layauttir's Cabinet Shop
No. 69 Second street, between Wood am Smithfield.
where a general assortment of Furnatare may be had at
reduced prices for cash.
The superiority of these Bedsteads, consist in the fiat.
enings, which for durability and ease in putting up and
taking down. ir not equ tiled by any other now In use
—and to all such as would consult their own comfort
in their nightly slumburs. It should Ice remembered that
et/dames of the kik fAmliy ■re fastened on by these
Ctr- Righ ■ for Counties, Manias or Plates for sale
by JOHN FOWLER, Patentee.
We. the undersigned, do certify that we hatte exam.
toed the above Bedstead Putt:flings, and have no hesita
tion In pronouncing them the best now In atm.—coming
np fill* , to tbe repreeintation In the above advertise.
Wm. Graham, Jr.,
John A. GM,
TUE LITERARY POST.
Dreams of the Pasti
As we wander alone where the moonlight reposes.
And the wind o'er the ripple is tuneful cod
When the stirs glitter out as the depilowei do.
And the nig)t-bird and dew-drop are all that
Oh! then, when the warm flush of thottght is one
The bonds that a cold world too ONO kid
We shall find that the deepest and (fewest of leak
h pouring its tide in a dieha of the put,
Oh! who shall have travelled through
Forgetting all wayinarks that rose on theititi
Though the things we loved then bid aistorifri
Tough we cast them behind, yet We no t o to o k
Thoughthe present may charm us with magasal
And lull the, rapt spirit, entrancing it fait,
Yet 'tis rarely the heart is so sound in its slim.
As to rest without mingling slime dread) of OM
Oh! the davit that are gone—they will have no re.
And 'tist wi.eqt to bury the hopes that decay;
But the incense that's purest and richest in
o 1 placed where all round it I. fading away.
Thuugh the days that are gone had more 'egotist
And even that blosaein, too tender to last.
Yet h.adwo the pniver, oh! where is the bostitin
Would thrust from its visions the demo of the
The Monetary system of Engtanci.--
The Alen now proposed for the monetary
system is to retain the gold eoVereign as
the primary unit of the British coinage.—
The shilling to be one tenth of the sover-
elgn or pound—and a copper cr !Tilted
coin one tenth of the shilling; each of
these, in addition, to be divided into
halves; thus making a decennial system,
nn the plan of the federal system of the
United States. The commissioners, its
their report on the subject, say, that a Ont
saving of time and labor in book-keeping
would be,efFected by the proposed deceit•
nial sybtem.—Prov Journal.
A Goon ONE. --There was a droll se&
ject— an Irishman—up before the Cr-hin
t/0 Court yesterday, on the charge of
ing in his pcssession forged nom,.
kisocriag them to he eounte•feit.
'Do yott know your rightarltikil
6N.-t as well as I know aiy wooer
said he; •fur we harti't been suet; igaissami
acquaintances ci tate?
— Welt, you hare the reit to t ehamesire
the twelve men who wi:!` be elite-4 up to
try you,' said the Judea.
'Pon my soul. thin,' said the rWiscsades,
'l'm not goin' to exercise a nee.
but that's a nice job you'd be afther emits'
me this mornin,' to challenge, and &est
them too—one down, and another come of,
I suppose—oh, no, Ton can't come it.
The jury acquitted hm, more for hie
drollery than for the clear nein' of hia cam
Reported Removal of Gov Doty.—Th4
following paragraph appears in the Na 4
"The Missouri Republican states that
tGovernor Duty, of Wisconsin Territory.
has been removed from office and a yid. ,
lent Locofoco of New York appointedia
his stead.' Phis rumor is probably true,
having been generally expected."
The only fault to be found with the re
moval of Governor Doty—if in fact it has
taken place—is that it was not made lobg
ago, A large proportion of the people of
Wisconsin believe him lo be an unptinci.
pled and dishonest man, and whether with
justice or not, it is clear enough, that he
ought not to have been continued in office.
If he had not the decency to lay down his
government of a Territory, the inhabit..
ants of which he knew disliked and detest*
ed him, it should have been taken from
him, and given to somebody of leas erriv—
Ocal repu•ation, 'concerned less in unei.
plained transactions, and likely therefore
to enjoy a greater share of public respect.
N Y Eve Post.
Trade of St Louis.—The St Louis
Democrat of the 3d instant thus recapitu
lates the steamboat trade of the previous
Fifty steambaats have arrived, and shout
, the same number departed during the
week, laden with produce or merchandise.
Of the following articles there have beim
exported, 800 hogsheads and 31 tone (in
bulk) of bacon; 1000 sacks of corn; 3000
barrels of flour; 2000 bales of hemp; 27,-
000 pigs of lead; 900 barrels aiikkegs el
lard; 1300 barrels of pock; 900 hogsheads
of tobacco; 2000 barrels a.td sacks of
And there have been imported, 400
hogsheads of bacon; 1600 sacks of corn;
2.500 barrels of flour, 1300 bales of hemp,
20,000 pigs of lead; 700 barrels and kepi
of lard; 600 barrels of pork; 1100 hop.
heads of tobacco; 5200 barrels and sada of
By the steamer Goddess of Liberty, we
learn that the steamer Meridian, Capt.
t'airman, from Pittsburgh, burst her cylin
der heed when just above the mouth atlas
Ohio River. The Goddess of Liberty tow..
ed the Meredian to Cairo. where she will
be repaired immediately, and may be ez.
petted here by Manday.—Se Loris Goy,
. , ~ -„=:
BY &LIZA COON