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THOS. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
X. or. coourr.R OF !FOOD 4- FIFTH STIL
iriciams.--FIVE DOLLARS a year, payable in
"denten. Slagle copies TWO CENTS—for sale at the
valuer of the office, and by News Bays.
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CIIAMO 88888 AT PIKASORIC.
On. Stuart. 7be Svgares
Mix months, $lB.OO Six months,
no,. yens. 25.00 One year,
irrEarger advertisements in prorortton.
4cmito3 or four lines Bt: Domafts a year,
PUBLIC 0 FF I CE S, &C.
Claw Pore Orrice. Third between Market and Wood
Illteeeta—.R. M Biddle, Postmaster.
Ware,* Hintas, Water, dth door from Wood at. reier
ulna% imillinags—MaJor John Willock, Collector.
threw TtIItSORY. Wood between Flrit and Second
'trams—Asa A. Bertram, Treasurer.
-Cotnerr TIZASCRT. Third street, next door to the
Waled Presbyterian Church—S. It. Johnston, Treasurer.
Itestol'a Ocelots, Fourth, between Market and Wood
altastio—Alexander Hay, Mayor.
satoaarry'a Sr . Fourth, near Market at:
Per between Market and Wood streets, on
rain! and Fourth streets.
olideltaaa.sres' &ND 11 4.1 . 107aCTIZIRULle AND F•RMillte Da-
Maw lowa, (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, between
Wend and Market streets.
ihrostattez. Fifth street, near Wood.
shogomakterix noun, Water street, near the Brldye
Ems►aea Herta. corner of Penn and &. Clair.
liaaosawrs' PRIM, corner of Third and Wood,
A 31IIRICA11 Hosat..totner of Third and Smithfield.
trig & t EP ATes, corner of Penn street and Canal.
BegjagEigLE, Liberty street. near Seventh.
MAILJWItaI M AMNON Hover., talieriy St. opposite Wayne
latatastruare Mansion Honer, Penn St. opposite Canal,
L°BERT WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT LA W. —ofike remo
Bakewell'a offices on Grant st., nttily opposite
lie new Court House. next rooms to John D. Mahon,
ainip.—First door. min 10
TAN ER, Attorney at Law, North at corner
of Smithfield and Fourth 'treaty. sep 10-17
NDLESS & INYCLERE, Artorneya arid
/ 111 1Maasellurs at Law: Office in the Diamond, bask
WOa ohl Coart House, Pittsburgh. sep 10
WIK f 'FIND', AY, Attorneys at Law, Fourth st.,
above Wood, Pittsburgh. ' , sep 10-Iy.
plilo9. HAMILTON. Attorney at Law. F b, between
Wood and Smithfleld sta., Pittsburgh. app 10-1 y
'WCO'HARA. ROBINSON, Attorney at Law;
°Mee on the north side of the Diainond.lielwre u
i4arket and Union streets, upstairs rep 10
ADURBORAW, Attorney at Law; tenders
his professional nervices to the public. Office on
WIWI Street. above Wood, Pittsburgh, sep 10
E VOITER BUCH INAN, Attorneys at Late, offire
removed from the Diamond, to Attorney'sßow,"
had, ale Of Fourth street, between Market and Wnnd
alretets atm 10
BUCKMASTER, AT 7 RNEY AT LAW,
11 has reitioved his office to Itrares's Law Build
.h`. Fourth at reel, above Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
dr_tFORGE W. LArivo. Attorney at Law, Office
Nal Nn. .54 Firth street, near the Theal re, Piitainirgh,
ow 27-1 y
READS %V ASIIIINGTON,
arroiwzrar LAW. —Office in Bakeweti's Bnibling
Grant Meet. Pittsburgh. Nov. b, 1842.
JOHN J. MiTCHELL--Attorney at Law, office
corner of Smithfield and sth via Plitehargh.
Cotketlong made. A I business entrusted to his
are *III be promptly attended to,
RE.IIOI7AL.—R. Morrow, Alderman; oM a north
side of Fifth st,, between Wood and Smithfield
- 1411* * Pit Winne).
DR. 8. R. HOLM ES, Office In Second street, next door
to Malvany q• Co's Glass Warehouse cep 10-14
OHNS 4. VOW( TON. Bookaelierr, Printera an
Paper Manufacturers, No. 37, Market at.. sap 10-1
TOUN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Water et..
oN near lbe Monongahela House, ['filature h. seplo-1Y
TN,IIIAS It YOUNG. ' FRANCIS 1.. YOUNG.
/l AL MO& B. YOUNG Sr CO., Furniture Ware
Booms, burner of [land st. 4- Exchange Alley.
'Persons wishing to purchase Furniture, will find it to
heir advantage to give us a call. being fully cal 'cried that
we can please as to quality and price. sep 10
66 BBLS. PLAN rArtoN MOLASSES. received
per Steamers Ulric Ben and Callon, and for
sale by J. G. 4 A. GORDON
near 27. 12 Water street
'timmotas D. CocsstAtm...... • LOTD R. COLKMAIT
COLEJILLAr 4 CO.,(2enerl Agents, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants. Levee Street, Vicksburg
isir ?bey respectfuiyso.ict t consignments. n 23-
WEBB CLOSEY,S Boot and Shoe Manufamo•
17, No. 83 Fourth St., next door to the U. States
.ateikt Ladles Prunella, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
he neateelmanner t and by the newestiFrench patterns.
11.102 N TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Irlouseptarstiag Trowels, adding Tools, Budding
astives, Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., just re•
misfired and for sale by P. L. SNOWDEN.
sep 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
NI&GISTRATES'BLANKS, for proceedings In Al
catatinsat under the late law, for sale at this Office
fLAN PETITIONS, NOTICES, dr.C.—
be used In Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
gronapaper,and in the forms approved by the Couri,for sale
t the Office of the Mercury and Democrat. sep 10
,%%TM. HUBBARD, Lidies' fashionable boot and
shoe Manufacturer, No. 101, Third s , reet, between
, WOod . and SM it hfield streets. Pittsburgh sep 10
JAIL PATTERSON, Jr., Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
Pa., Manufacturer of Locks, Hinges and Botts; To.
Niece, Falter, Mill and Timber Screws; Hemmen Screws for
Zoning Mills, te. sap 10—fy
JOHN APCLOSKEY, Tailor and Clothier, Liber.y
dreet, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side,
4. A. GORDON, Commission and Forwarding
Water it., Pittsburgh, sep 10—ly
Birmingham & Co.
COMMISSION AND FOR WARDING NEB.
CHANTS, No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.
Tartlteeeiving and Shipping 5 cents per IN lbs.
.disnethialonis on Purchases and sales 2 per cern
IIikAttfIXIICTIIRZR of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iror.
IVI Ware, No. 17, Fifth it., between Wood and Afar—
gospa constantly on hand a good awl talent of wares,
`lollaelidtsa altars of public patronage. A We, on bald,
dpilbilewtag articles: !novels. Pokers. Toils. Gridirons,
teakettles, Pots, Oren., Geiree Milts Ate. Mar
siodataad sellers are Invited to call end
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osmium's& as be ap *gtermtntd sellebnip pit I:Wait or
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HAILIVIAN, JENNINGS & Co,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
And Dealers ir . Pittsburgh slianufoctures
No, 93 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
11 AMMAN, JENNINGS Sr. Co.,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street.
Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Ynrns
March 17, '43.
THORPISON 1441411 r•
lI JAMES TVRlolflbt .
ANNA 4. TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse. Nu.
104, Wood st., where may he had a general supply
01 writing, wrapping, printing,, wall paper, blank books,
school hooks, te, sep 10--ly
TOWN.W.ND ¢ CO., Wire Workers and
Manafacturers, No. t.; Market street. bri wren 2d
and 3d streets. sep 10-1 y
E XCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of PP/111 and Clair
stieela,by Mc1(113BIN 41- SAIITH.
rep 10-1 e
B ROWNSVILLE JUNIATA IRON WORKS.--Ed
ward Hughes. Illanufaciurer oC Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. Woodsy. Proshu rah. sep 10 -ly
?Vr E WGOODS.—Preston 4- !duke), wholesale and
LI retail dealers In English, Frenrh, and Domestic
Dry Condi, No. .I, Market Pitishtirch. seri 10
J OHN woEvrrT, Whotrsale Grocer ReclifOng
Dielilier, And Dealer In Produce and Pltieburzh
Mannfaelored Articles, No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitt,.
etwA wt 11. Wit.r.t.ots lcus St. Dtt.woltin
LLIA & DILWORTII.--Wholesale
• V Crocers Producc and Commission Merchants, and
Jealers in Pittsburgh Manufactured articles, No. 29,
3P p lu
QIIERIFF At KEAN, Manufacturers or Copper.
Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware, No 130, Front it.,
burgh. House Spouting and Sicatuboat work promptly
4a DAVID SANDS, It ATCII dr CLOCK
MAKER, No. 7 , Si. Clair street, Nils.
DEALER IN WATCHES. C LOCKS, BR EASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS. COMBS. _lye.
__METIPS GARDEN SEEDS.- A loin
supply of I.andselb's Garden Seeds. always on
hand, and for sale at his agency the Druz store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
'lllll EMOVA I.—Matt hew Jones, Null, and Hair Dress-
IL IL er, has removed to rondhst tee!, opposoethe May
ore office, where be will he happy to:wait upon ,Jernia nem
or transient customers. He solicits a share of public pal.
J~IINIirrARLA ND, up.. h
././e,e, and Cabtnet
.111..ker, Third at, between Wend 4- Muriel •ereets,
respectful In(lrma his friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all older* for Sofas, Sideboard,. IN.
rcaus, Chairs, Tables, Bedoeada. Stands. Ilalr and Sprinz
Mattrasser, Curtains, Carpets, all sorts of Upholorterinz
work, which be will warrant equal .o any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. scp 10
R EJIfO VAL!--The subscribers have reurovPd to AVa.
ter between Wood and Smithfield streets. where
they will continue the Wholesale Grotert, and Commt•
Mon hu.lne.. and would re , ne, frullY !Mich the Nitro.,
ne or their friends J. W. qui:BRIDGE 4. Co.
DR. A. W. PAT I'IFIRSQN .. :1"11ce on Smithfield street
le P 10
18 ' l 3 7 ` .. . xi' 43
FARE REDUDED. U. S . "
S. 0 /:"TArlem •sr.
R•it. TIOADCARII, from Pa tsstm nth, via Bed
Charnheraliorg flarrioinrsr and in rliilailei
plila, eciimerOng with the Mail train of cm,. lo N Y.
Only 150 latilrs.l:l2ln.: and one night Out.
AI.). iho hired line in Baltimore.
rare to rloilade!nhia
Leaves datly at 8 o'clock A ST,
Office Fero d door Iter. r iv the Mer,.tot - t lintel Wood
MEND LL.GRAOAM, Wlll7Oll k re
frli 33. 1843-19. Proprit•tort.
TII EfR E.l CENTR AL ROE E, vt. NATI( 1
RO.An AND BALTIMORE. •CD 01110 RAIL RO %
w 72 .*
)' 7. 4 • t" A *M alkS2.. '• • s
E While of U. S M. it Coaches for Was Aiketon ("fry,
.1.1 Bail/mom Philadelphia and New York.
'nil, line Is in full operation and IcavesPittshurgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. N., via Washington ?a. alit national
road to Cumberland. connecting here with the rail road
Co's. in all the above places: Travellers will find this
a speedy and comfortable route, it being a separate and
distinct Filishittgh and 'Motherland line, facilities will he
afforded which have not been heretofore enjoyed. Et
tra coaches furnished at the shortest notice, wit° the
privllegr of acing through direct. or taking one night's
rent at their onlion-
For t.t!icets, apply at our office to theNfonnogehrla
L. W. STOrKTON•
Feb. 3d—di f. Preeident of N. R. Sia-ie Co.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES!
FROM PITTSBURGH TO BALTIMORE: AND
United States Express Line
Leaven Pittst,nr:h daily, at 2 o'clock. P. X, via Steam.
boat to ftrownnville, thence in nolendid new roaches to
Cumberland, over the-great National Road, and from
Ili superior new eight wheeled cars, to Baltimore
Washington city and Philadelphia.
The &tow Line Is I . :presented to the traveling public
as being unequalled between the . Ohlo River and Castern
cities for comfort and expedition, having made arrange
menu to convey passengers through in two days, and
no night travel, either by Stage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of itl Only 75 miles Stage travelling, and 56
miles less than the Wheeling route, and that In superb
Fare to Banknote, CO.
Office In the Monongattei a House,
A. H ENDER SON 4- CO.,
ml - (1.3
14ACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES—TRUTH IS
CONVINCING:- Having been afflicted for nearly
two years, with a hard swelling on the cap of my knee.
which produced much pain, and used various applica
lions recommended by the Facally--all In vain %Vat
cured completely by the use of one bottle of Dr. Brand.
reties Linament, or External Remedy.
Witness my hand JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan. 10th, 1840.
Dr. Brandreth's External Remedy or Linament; aold
at his office, No. 98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRICE-.
.5 cents per bottle. feb 8.
JUST RECEIVED, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finest quality. for sale wholesale and
retail, by' WM, THORN,
feb 53 Market at.
2QIIOO LBB Cotton Yarns, assorted
2,UUO Itm. Batting,
2,000 " Candle Wick,
1,000 66 Carpet Chain, and
500 66 Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto.
ry.. For Bak: by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & Co.,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street,
- Jnyz, FOR SALE. —A law Clinker builtYiTal
(!!Atailatr's balhi) for gaits low few cash: A p
to' BIRMINGHAM #C.
1•p lB+ No 60 WaW at,
P EASE'S ROARHOUND CAN DY. , — Turrur has
received this day from New York, a fresh supply 0.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs, Colds and Con
oumption; and Is ready to supply cusiornersat wholesale
or retail, at hia Medical Agency, Sti Fou rt h at .
I II AVID CLARK, iiirte, (t
ort .000 Z Milker,—
. Das removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where he would be•happy
to see his old customers. and nil others Who feel dispos.
ed to patronize him. Ile uses nothing hitt first rate
stock. and employs the best or workmen; and as he gives
his constant personal attention tobusiness, lie trustscnac
he will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
luE t;REA M. f CONIOEuTIONARY.
A• Hunker respectfultrinforrns his friends and the
public that they can always rind the best quality of Ice
Creams. together tvitit al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, on their •es,on, at his establishment —No. IL
Firth street, beiwc-n Wood and Market.
N. B.—Partle4 supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes. oranything rn his line. Also families furnished
E VANtilt: CAMOMILE PILL L 8
SIAM J. CLEM CR, residing at 66 Molt street,
New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in Its most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head•
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, cough, heart.
burn, pain in the chest and stomach always apes eating,
impaired appetite, sedation of sinking at the stomach,
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vontitings, dizziness
towards night and resileness. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when, on consulting Dr. Wm.
Evans. 100Chatham street, anti submitting to his ever
successful Ind agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
was completely restored to health in the short space of
onemontli, and grateful for the Incalculable brneflt
ed, a tadl y came forward and volunteered the above state
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
eap for Cash.
UN/ON COTTON F.ICTORY.
Short Reel Yarn, L ong Rail yarn.
No. 5 at 14 ctn. per lb l
500 nt 8 et, per dz
6at 14 ditto 800 at 9 ditto
7at 14 ditto I 700 at 6 ditto
Bat 14 ditto 800 at 5 ditto
9at 11 ditto 900 at 41 ditto
10 at 14 ditto 1 000 at
11 at 14 ditto 4 ditto
12 at 14 ditto Candlewi c k at 15 clv per lb,
13 at 141 &Ito Com Ratting 8 ditto
14 at 13 ditto Family do. .12 ditto
15 at 151 ditto Carp'( Chalet .18 ditto
16 at 16 ditto Cot'o lue 25 ditto
17 at 161 ditto Stocking yarns nd
18 at 17 ditto Coverlet yarn always on
19 nt 171 ditto hand
- 20 ai 18 ditto collo' Warp. made to rder.
Cc} °refers promptly ..ttended In. If left at Jo 4. C.
Painter', Logan 4. Kennedy's. or int. Post nffirr. addrea3
left 27. J. K. FiI ( MRIIEAD 4• co
FIIIIE Qutiscriber has removed his Fashinnahle.rialoring
Establishment to the Monongahela hoax. 3d door
Rom first rt. on Smat Minh, at.where fibroid cualoswettl and
all oilier• who mar favor him with a rail may depend on
having I tlf`t, work done in a superior Style. From his
long, experience In the business in Ilibt city. anti in many
other fdattioualtle elites in Europe and America, be feels
confident that lin ran :Ive mothtfaction to all who may
Never to favor him with tholr custom. Br at rid attention
o business and superior workmanship It. hope, to merit
and receive, a tuba re of pithlic patronage. Hr Intend keeping
on hand a supply of goods and trimmings suit Ole for the
emitomer traie which will be sold at very reduced priers,
ci.Atisric•r tote K..f. was formerly resorted to to sll
l—/cases of burrs, scalds and wounds, where mortlfleu
wa• appreftendcd . Tt, nere..h r r. sue-It sharp prat
tire exists onion-4.r. The 111a2 Ica! Pain Extractor, from
Comstock 71 Malden Lane is a far more effietenl mercer'
tire of moo Iflralion tharLeold steal or nil rate of sliver ,
The apron-micro or this wonderful campound instantly
.rolny,w the Meal priln.and ifthe wound, scald, harms or
',nom barium infrared some vital (wean so an to render
rare Nur ussiMe. it vt l is a very silent spate of time
restore the par, affcelcd In a sound and healthy stale
without leaving the rlri Ir is behind. This preparation Is
alioa certain renrudy for Inflamed eyes. cancerous sore.. I
fferrs, broken lireaul and •nre nipple and all elmasion s
and eruptions of The tricot. 11. Ptlertill as a cu fo
the plies is 0n:m.414.1nd and the vouchers for Its re
liee properties are front the tar st vesper tattle and en•
hlro,ll pnurfr• —Herald.
For ante at Tuttle's, PG Fcurlh
P P F:xu F-No.v. Cli I. :3llSTlty East Ind,a
Rail" Die—coin: S.' the hair and will not the akin
This bye is in the loan ofa Powder w fet, In plait/ matte.
of tart may be :11,1 lied to the hair over ni2tit, the first
night turning the lightest or eery hair to dark brown; nod
by repeat in:: n second or third night. In n jet hlaek. A ny
person may. ilierrfore. with the lenst possible trouble,
keep big halt any dark shade or a perfect black, with the
positive assurance that the powder If applied to the skin
will not color it. There is no enlorintr in this statement,
as any one may easily lest These (acts are warranted
by the chemist who manufactures It.
For sale at TuTTI. FA4 • lig Fourth street, where a
large assortment of Patent aledicines may always be had
at either wholesale or retail
Don't fnr:el 1 R 6 F,,rrth stre,t
('OPAR, N ERSII I P..
A.,/ES W. /LAU -41..4JV a•• Joax p JEArxixos
have entered i:rio nartnershlp far the purpose of
traneactint: n Wholesale Gros ry; rundirre and COMMIS..
Mon business tinder the firm and style of lIAILMAN.
JENNINGS 4- co..at No 43 Wood street, opposite the
Merchants Hotel, where a supply orGrorrries and Pitts
Iturgh Manufariured A rticles can always he had on Ilhe
March 17 '43.
LOOK PAT Tilts
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND Cla AR STORE.
N0.(146 Wood street, one door above Sixth.
Ij EEPS constantly nn hand kinds of the hest
Spanish Cigar.: Bertha!, Casadores,Coormanes,
Also, half Spanish and Common rlgars.
Tobacco otall the best brands: Cavendish, Ss lump;
Baltimore Ping, 131. and 16s. lump.
Also, ilia. Miller's Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Snuffs: Rappee, Scotch, Maccaban, ['Ugh Toast, be,
lie has also, all (Atari' articles In tin line. which he
offers, wholesale and retail at the lateen cash prices.
CALL AND SEE.
inns 8.--6 m.
WILLI A DOHERTY,
F 1 AT and Cap Manui,eturer. 148 Liberty at, between
11 Market and Sixth. ap 10— 6m.
J, M. Sanderson it Son_,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
(THIS elegant establishment has been in operation dur.
ing the lest nine months, and notwithstanding the
general depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed the approbation of the public and y felted to the pro.
pricers adult compensation for thdr labor and alien
lion. Its location being In Chestnut street, in the im•
mediate 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 the 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
guest 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 hour, and of get•
Ling that which the appetite'craves, Ls also a saver of
lime which the business portion of the guests know how
to appreciate. The proprietors, therefore, solicit the
custom of their obit fri.nds.and promise a contlnuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
ap 25-3 m,
FOR a ter= of years Two building tots on the bank
of the A liegbeey river, adjoining/be City line.
Apply at the house Agency, Peen street. .5111 Ward,
mar 2- .1.211138 24AHRLY
J UST RZCZLIPTD, a lame soppy' of bt &moot
Syrup of Wild Cherry.asd for este wholesale and
retail Ay WW. THORN.
4 ? 0 1 : ;de Nirketst.
R• R. SELLERS, !igen!.
No 20, Wood Ntreei. hetow Second
DR.GOODE% Csiebraced /Female Pitts. These
Pills are strongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies as a safe and efficient remedy in removing
those complaints peculiar to their se:, from want of ex.
ereise, 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 moat eminent Physicians i• the ilni•
ted Stales, and many Mother,. For sate Wholes -ale and
fletall. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent.
cep 10 No. 20. Wood Street.lielow Second.
1/VM. ADAIR, Poet and Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
opposite the heed of Smithfield Pittsburgh—
. subscriber haring bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced linsinees
In the atd stand of 111 r, R., and Is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work In his line, In the hest manner
and on the simrirst snake. Re keeps cor giant Ty on hand
a large assortment &shoe findines of all descriptions and
of the hest quality. Re NC,;:-Its the pat rnnage of the nub.
Ile and of the croft. , WIS. ADAIR.
BIT RGir a ANUFACTORY.--Sprbryt
sad Arles far Carriages at Easter* Prices.
The subverlhera maonforiur e ■nd keeps enntaantly on
band Conch, r. and le Optic Sprin t s (warranted.) Juniata
Iron Arlen, Silver apd Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated Huh RhJ)ya, Slump Joints , Patent. Leather,
Silver and Rrasa LUND!. Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Door riandievasd Hinge*. fe
JONES & rra.EmAN.
St Clair et,. near el e 4 tterheny Rada..
HD. 8 D.oillee and dwellint In Fourth,
• near Ferrildreet. sep 13—ly
LOOK AT THIS.
The attention *Bltto.e who have hren somewhat seen.
!teal in reference* the numerous certiflcates published
In favor of Dr. Swilrne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, on account WWI* perrpns ben?, unknown In ibis nee
Linn of the Plate.% respeetfutly directed to the following
rem illent•. the writer of which has been a citizen of this
borough rrw seversiyears.and lv knout) an a gentleman
of Inie;rity and esipunsihifity.
r the . 4 1seitt,Mr. J. Steal , .
• I have used Dr. Illwayne' e s
Comp und Syrup of Wild
Cherry for a coup' with which I have been severely of
filmed for ahoyt r months, and hare no Invitation
In saving that It Irathe most effective medicine that I hare
been alder° promote. It composes all uneasiness. and
agrees weft with:ay manning a regular and
rood aprwllle. reign freely recommend It to el others
slmlisrlvefilletedr. J. Iltatirrx, Borough ofehantherYh'f•
March 9. 1 R4O.
Pep t 3
For rare by WOLLIAM THORN No. 53 Market street.
FRUIT, BE AND ORNAMENTAL
411100F:RgONVI dokirous of proeurlnr Prult. Shade. and
I. Ornamental Tree*. or Shrubbery. from PMtadel•
Dila or New York, are requested to make application ay
soon MI pf)ffible, ni the Drug and Feed Ftore of the rub.
arrfher, where earl be had ratalognea, irrituhoosfir, or the
moil excellent *atrial in , . F. 1.. SNOWDEN,
sep 31 No 184 I.therty aireet, head of crept'
WILLIAM C. WAIL,M is
U* ~,.., 1
owl Amur' Fr eers AtaXfectigrer, XL. 87,
north Rime; Pirtsborga. —Conrad, Brushes. Varniats
4;., fur A rtilita, always on hand. Looking Glinleo. Jir,
promptly framed to order. Repairing done at the short
' , co notice.
Pa r Ocular attention paid to rending and Jobbing °fee
rerwons 'Wining Eteam Boats or houses will find It to
hciradeantale to call.
IT 111. STFF.LE. (curt:error to H. M`Clockey', Fash•
io.la , le Root Maker, T.lberly M., 2/1 door from
Vi-ain Alley . The subscriber respipetfially informs the
publir that he has commenced the above business In the
shop formerly occupied by Mr. (teary 11I'Closkey,
and %bat he Ia now prepared to ntlend to all order. in his
I Inc of linclnecy 'with lleeptorh end nn the most rp2Aonable
iermtt. From his low! experienre In the manufacture of
ra•lllnnable Roots, he feel, conddent that all articles
from hi- estaliDslinient will else railstacilon to his pa
trona. A lihre Of pnldle pntrona:e is relipectfeilly policies
1 ) /RD sEEDB A r ern "ria "pi, or Rxril Reeds, run
skein : : of Canarc mil an.! CaPC ingt r efelklld t 7
fee' 3., F I. SNOWDEN. 14R Liberty st.
AV M.F. A I'STIN. Atlnrney nt Law. Plitehuryh. Fa.
°dire In 4th torero, opr.nclte Rnrlte's Rulkllny.
Wirt., AK R. 'I ririlr. Fm., will eive his MIMI' iOR to my
unfinished business, and I recomntrnd him In the patron
iec of ro‘ friends. IVALTER FORWARD
"I'LA TING AND R EFERENCE
/ TARR ARY of'Relieloom,o Woe leal,Polit ical.and
r•Ilkoeook Work•, will h. n nem every day. RaZthath ez.
rept'''. 'rom 7 o'clock, A M ,nntll 9. P. M.. in the Ex
change Boll , lln2.rorner of St IClair strvet and Exchange
alley, wnerepunctual attendance will be:liven h'e
NEW YORitDYER. --
OSEMES. would respectfully Inform his friends
an the public in g• nera ',that he dies Ladles' dresses.
!labile and Mantels of every description, black— and
warrant,' gm not t i smut, eni In look equal to new
loOds, lie dyer fancy eolaca of all (interim ran. on silk
and carpet tarn. Also, clean, and re•tore. the colors
of aentlemeo's as to re.etnlile new goods.
Mr. 11. Mailers himself 'hit he can please the
as lie ita• done an erten•iye hosinecto in New York fnp
twenty year.. All work done on moderate terms at his
establishment In ..5111 st, between Wood and Smithfield
nerr the Theatre.
it..7"Thi+ is tn certify that OGEE HINIES has
done work for UP, which has fully answered our
expectationß, and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Eternes, J. B. Shortleff,
David Hall, B. F. Mann, Davi Boles, Joseph
French, jr.. Andrew Purdy, W. B. Boles, Wm
Porter, H H. Smith, Henry 3avens, A. Shockey,.
Jr., Joseph Vera, George Barnes. np 20th.
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
BOOK BINDERS .BND PIIPER RULERS,
C ONTf NUE hniuness at the stand tate or McCandlessri• Johnson. Every description or work in their lin
neatly and promptly executed. may 8—
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
THREE BIG DOORS.
!TE subscriber would respectfully Inform his Gusto
mere and the publimgenerally, that notwithstanding
the unprecedented sales at the Three Big Doors, during
the present season; he has mill on hand the largest and
moat varied assortment of elegant CLOTHING that can
he bought west of the mountains. The public may rest
assured that all articles offered at bin store are menu fac•
tured from FRESH GOODS, purchased in the Eastern
markets this Spring ,and made into garments by Pitts
In consequenre of the multiplication of slop shops In
our city, tilled with pa wmbrukers.clothes acid the musty.
cast oIT garments of former seasons. from the eastern ci.
Iles, the public should be cautions to ascertain the char.
;trier of theestabllehments In which they are Invited to
purchase, before they part with their money. The ar
ticles offered at several of the concerns in this city, are
the mere °Malls of New York and Philadelphia slop
shops, and sou out here to be palmed off on the Pitts.
burgh public. Purchasers should be on their guard e.
(alma these impositions, and they may rely on the fact
that no establishment that advertises seaters weds Cloth.
Ina, can givens good an article or as advantegeousbar.
gains as can be had at the "Three Big Doors."
The public will please remember that all the suisteri
ber's g trmeate are made In this city, by competent work.
men. and not gathered up like the goods now ofibredrn
the "birds of passage" from the shreds and patches of
eastern slop shops. It will always be his endeavor to
maintain the reoutatlon that the "Three Big Doors'
have obtained for furnishing • superior style ofCLOTFI
ING to every respect, and at pricer below thane of any
Be would again return his thaske to his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage Lestowed
upon his establhrhatent, and believing that they bays
(Quad It tothele advantage to deal with him. he would
repeat his Invitatige to all those who wish to purchase
Clothing of every description at the lowest price to call
at No. 151. tummy Sr. JOHN IPCLOtrIt
finv•Obeenre Metal Plate in the pavement. an 26.
Jtterisey es Laic—Mee In gee.
tattereid s tod door Mow the colter of thiothemd.
north lido • 4011,,t
Per publishiag • ono Daily Pape, is City of Pitts
lis, to be M ORN ING S
THE B abeeribers having made arrangements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Marco.
rylato ontrJournal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Doily Morale/ Post.
The leading object Witte "Parr" wilibe thediesemina.
lion 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 politics, the paper will he thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope. hy giving an honest,
candid history of passing Political events, Foreign
and Domestic Intelligence„ and brief notices of an mat.
ters and occurrences that come properly within the Inhere
ofa 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 will
be found in the ...iforafier the Editors will take
pains to furnish the Imsineree communhy with
the latest and most Interesting Conececiet. InTst.t.r,
°axes from all parts of the country, and to have preps.
rod such accounts of the Markets and the State of Trade
a will beadvantageons to our !Merchants and Business
Melt In their several eallinge.
Tersre—The Parrwill be published on a large limped.
al sheet of dne paper, (manufactured espeelelly for this
Journal) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per annum,payable la advance. It will also be sold by
newsboys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
.4deertferneciare will be inserted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
irr TWENTY:relive lads are 'wanted to sell the Post
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
August 31. 1842.
■ orr son Co. London, for rate only by S. Is
II Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
Is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sep 10
Trees/err sheatri saw Boats preridod witk Esau.*
Weer Osarste, for previratias Exploits's 41 BUM
I T would he well for the traveling community to bear
In mind that their security depends entirely upon
their own encouragement of beats that have or may be
at the elven,' of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every Individual making such 'elm' logy Is coutir.bu
ting towards a general introductkin of an Invention ad
mitted by alt men who andetaaard the principles of the
Steam Engine. to be a sure preventative against those
dreadful disasters You have cai salary, In the hundreds
ore:plosions that have already taken plebe, their almost
daily occurrence, and the tbouseeds of lives that lave
already been lost, a sufficient warning. and Inducement
to make inquiry for a Safety guard Boar, and in every
rare to give It the prellerenee. They have went to In
adddional expense that your lives may be secure. Ought
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree of libetatity, and by your preference skow•that
yva appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop this aw
ful sacrifice of human life. They do not charge more
than whet boats; their acrommodations in other respects
are equal, and in many to annerly.; and as there Is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will you run
any risk, when It Is so eomn, tritely la your own power
to avoid Ihose disasters.
Al, boats marked thus [o] in the List creArrivals and
Derartu res. in another part of this paper, are supplied
with the Safety Guar t.
List k r Boars provided soitA the Svfery Guard.
BREAKWATER. MUNGO PARK,
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
CADDO, ; NARAGANSETT.
DUKE of ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
EXPRESS MAII„ ORPHAN BOY,
FORT PITT, PENELOPE,
:GALENA. QUEEN of the SOUTH,
INDIAN QUEEN, SARAH
SARATOGA N ,
ILLINOIS, S. - - ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, '1 LLEYRAND,
VICTRE S. • ALLEY FORGE,
wEsr WIND. ASHLAND,
BRIDGEWATER MISSOURI MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWIN HICKMAN, EMMA,
GENE.. BROOK, TOBACCO PI ANT.
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BRUNETTE, COLUMBIAN 1.
FOWLER'S PATENT BED
MANUFACTURED at W*. LICTIII7I Cabinet Shop
69 Second st reet, bet ween Wooden( Smithfield,
where a general assortment of Furniture may be bad at
reduced prices for cash.
The superiority of these Bedsteads, consist In the fnet.
enings, which for durability and ease In putting up and
taking down. ir not equ died by any other now in use
—and to all such as would consult their own comfort
in their nightly alumburv. It should be remembered that
illclasses of the bug Wally are fastened es by these
b 11* - Righ e for Counties. Distriela or States for sale
JOHN FOWLER, Patentee.
We, the undersigned, do certify that we have exam.
fined the above Bedstead Fastepingt, and have no hesita
tion In prononncing them the best now in use. —coming
up fully to the representation in the above advertise.
Wm. Calmly, J►.,
John A. Gill..
aP 27. —2m
EeBOX= Russel and Robertson% N 0.5 LUMP TO
29 dote, areerted de..
Just received. toy.etber with a general asnortennt of
every thing in the Grocery Nne.and ass slabs en the wed
myamektr, 6141114101 • • Co.
4$ Weed at,
Joespb Colt art,
DAILY HORNING POST
From the N. Y; Aurora.
JOHN A. BRYAN,
Now Second Assistant Pontinaster General, se a'
gentleman with whose talents arid character we
desire his fellow citizens, throughout the country;
shonld be more fully acquainted. lie was Garner/
'offs a citizen of thia state, held several important:
ces undtr its government, and, some fifteen
years ago, was member ofthe legialetur e elvisil
'one of the western counties. Shortly alleethlelele
emigrated to Ohio and took up his residence at t
Columbus, the capital of' the state. It is not'
I now, if it ever was, an objection to a man thatcher
has been a distinguished champion of republican
principles,as the editor of a leading public jourturV
If it were, none but men of meagre intellect end,
grovelling aspirations would unite themselves with
the press, and it would consequently sink into in.
significance end cease to be, as we claim it is, the
pallatlium of public liberty. It is therefore not it,
profession wh ch should be shunned, but rather
one which invites those who seek distinction- by •
the exhibition of high mental and moral powere,to
embrace the facilities it affords for a direct and -
constant communication with the people. Bee*.
ble of such an advantage, Mr. Bryan, upon hie ,
settlement in the state of his adoptiori,took charge
of the leading democratic press of the state as its.
editor, and soon became so eminently distinguish..
ed as a political writer, and exhibited endowments
ofauch superiority, that he was selected by bit pots
litical friends as a candidate, and elected, by the
't gialalare, to the moat important office in its
:gift—that of auditor of state—correspondent in:
its responsibilities and laborious duties with the.
'comptrollership of New York. In this station he
'acquitted himself with distinguished ability, and
at the end of his first term of three years, was re...
' elected ty the unanimous vote of hie democratic
'friends, and with the entire approbation of the
people whose interests he bad so faithfully and a
During the whole of his career in Ohio,his Uwe
yielding devotion todemucratic principits made him
more perhaps 'han any other man, an object eat.
tack by his political opponents; but ho was on all
occasions more than a match for bia advereaties,
and able to sustain himself and the cause ha had
espoused against all opposition, so completely.mer
triumphantly as to come from the conflict with n
public and private character rendered more con.
spicuous and unexceptionable.
He supported the administration of General.
Jackson with the utmost zeal, and contributed
largely, in 1832, to sustain the party in Ohio's.
gainst the influenoe which the Bank of the U. S r ,.
and its powerful friends brought to tear against
the Old Hero. The struggle was a fierce one,blit
resulted io success.
With the same zeal he exerted himself for Mar.
tin Van Buren in 1836, and again in 1840; bet II
feeling of state pride, as well as one of stromt
friendly regard entertained for General Merril:son-,
personally, by large numbers of the parry, proved
an impassable barrier to success. It was difficult
to win a victory against and old soldier, in the.
midst of a population who bad shared with him,
not only the dangers of a frontier war, bet thri
'hardships of a new country,
When at the extra session, in 1841, Mr. Tyler
I took decided democratic ground in opposition to
the United States Bank, Mr. Bryan declared 10.
his friends his own purpose to yield his adminlea
tretion a cordial support, and his opinion that it'
was was the duty of the democratic party to sustain
the President in the conflict he must inevitably
have with the whige, He firesaw and predicted
the reunion of Mr. Tyler with the democrat's
party, as a consequence naturally flowing from
his settled principles in regard to the leading.
measures which would be likely to mark his ad
ministration, sod from the unrelenting pennon.,
lion which would follow his veto of the bank.
Mr Bryan bad many warns friends in Ohio so
liciting for him a higher place in the counsels of
the President than he now holds; and it was
with some reluctance that they consented to his
acceptance of a subordinate, although a highly
honorable and responsible station in the post office
department. His appointment Wet received
with manifestrtions ot applause in Ohio, from
men of all parties, for all were well persuaded .
that he had personal character, abilities and in.
dustry which would render him secure of earning
an honorah'e reputation in that or any other sta.
tion; and the President has no selection for an he
partial office from that state which gave se
much satisfaction to the democralic.party as
The facts from which we have written this int.
perfect notice we have from a gentlemno who has
resided many years in Ohio, and has been too
conversant with the history of her politics and
public men to leave a doubt on our minds as to
their entire accuracy. If we have done the sub , .
ject injustice, we are persuaded it has been by
mot bringing into view the better and stronger
points of light in which the talents of Mr Bryan
have been exhibited in his able official COMITIII•
nicationa to the Legislature of Ohio, and in the
numerous evidences of a consprehensive and en..
ergetic mind to be found in the Sles of the pub.
lie journal he conducted with such signal ability
M r Tyler has been accused by democratic edi
t of' snirounding himself with federalists; but
in t ' instance we are happy to find he has oho
sen an ble, consistent and e ffi cient democrat, and
such en one as an upright and faithful pubtie of
ficer would desire to have associated with him in
the details army portion of the public business.
We trust the post now held by Mr B le not the
only one he will be called to fill, and that other
and higher honors await hire, His advancement,
we are sore, would meet with approbation from
democrats everywhere, and we believe his politi.
cal sagacity, extensive knowledge of men, and
sound discretion, will not be overlooked by the
President, should an occasion for his services in a
higher sphere occur.
Ohioans complain, and we believe net without
justice, that their public men are too much ne.
elected by the veneral government; and that no
state in the Union has so few citizens in office,
compared with her relative stray ith in papule..
lion, mind the extent of her comfit rcial and agr I.
4 Laugable affair occurred, says the
Journal du Commerce of Antwerp, one
morning at Merxem, in Belgium. The
beadle of the church, having heard 'b e
diligence pass, which had been delayed
several hours by the snow, thought it was
that which usually arrived at six in the
morning, and fearing he hail overslept
himself, rose from his bed and began to
ring the Angelus. This lasing the °Mint
ry signal for the people of Merxem to
leave their beds and open their shops, they
rate. and commenced their ordinary °cell.
Fletions. although in a drowsy state. Some
lame elapsed before the mistake was dis
covered. Instead aids, it was only half.
past two in the morning.
Business is being carried
on by tbe akiilentien pickpockets wbo fol.