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THOS . PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
X. V. CORJeRR OF WOOD 4* FIFTH STS
„2.1r1111111146.—F1VE DOLLARS a year, payable in
levesee. Single espies TWO DENTS—for sale at the
*mug of the office, and by News Boys.
Tice, Dierenry and Manufacturer
al Welted WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
Sesililjtis street, at TWO DOLLARS a year, In ad.
'isc.. Millet copies, SIX CENTS.
Terms of Advertising.
&`lam; 041 mas OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
~, lon . 0.50 I One
month, $ 6 5.00
, lllt4 0.75 Two moots, .00
loss, 1.00 Three months,
'ilbilikieli, 1.501 ?oar months, 10.0
11Phievrielb. 3.00 311 months, 10,00
illlowopts. 4,00 One year, 15,00
.4 Yle .% RIX A DVERTISEM ENTS.
ea aaaaaa La ae 'scannas.
.., Ons erases. Tent &mores
' l l6l r "OR". $13,00 Six months, $23.00
Oee year. 25,00 One year. 35,00
frrLiterer advertisement■ In prorortton.
CA,IIO)Wor four lines Stx DoLt.ans a year.
Creir Post OrTICZ Third between Market and Wood
R. M Riddle, Postmaster.
r from Wood st. Peter
Off Taassons, chidl itveen First and Second
treat}—lawscs A. Bartram, Treasurer.
Coolest Titsksony„ Third street, nest door to the
bait! Ptesttyterian Church—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
Illfitsot's °Fries, Fourth, between Market and Wood
dtseels—Alexander Hay, Mayor.
BlooKowiT's Exona.nas. Fourth, near Market at.
ttsirsisisana.netsvien Market and Wood streets, on
PRIM and Fourth streets.
111W1i.4411ee aaD MAIItit•eTURZRe' AND FARNIERS' De
pute Base, (forrniirly Saving Fund,) Fourth, between
1 1 ,0041 and Market 'meets.
Est:Rotas, Fifth street, near Wood.
Uaireasarret,a nouns, Water street, near the Bridge.
etcrameac Horst., corner of Penn and St. Clair.
110Sacremsts' Mien, corner of Third and Wood.
Attaatcais t.:11/11rd and Smithfield.
ullittelat STATES, corner of Penn street and Canal.
StrazAe gsots, Liberty street, near Seventh.
Milieu Matustoa Sousr.,Liberly St opposite ayne
littasituourr M ANAION House, Penn St. opposite ` Canal ,
LIOISEAT WOO ATTORNEY
LL COUNSELLOR AT , L
to BakerreWs offices on Grant st., neatly opposite
Ilia new Court (louse, nest rooms to John I). Malmo,
First floor. felt 10
MU TONER, Atto , nev at Law, North aq. cor
a Smithfield and Fourth street!. sep 10—nerly
M I C&NDLES 9 & M'CLURE, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law: O ffi ce . n the Diamond. hack
of DO old Court House, Pittsburgh. sep
SHUNK it. FINDLAY, Attorneys at Law, Four th st
above Wood, Plttsburth. sep 10-Iy.
rruos. HAN I L.TON , A I tor ney at Law, rift h, between
Wood and Smithfield Rte., PillShUrgh. Rep io—i y
WM. O'll AR& ROBINSON, Attorney at Law;
Ottee on the north stde or the Diainond.hew , •en
dlarket and Onion ai rents, up stairs seri 10
I. DURBORAW, Attorney at Law; tenders
A. Ms professional services to the. public. Office on
Vifth Civet. above Wood, Pltivt.drqb, lisp 10
VilyBTgft k Btl4 111 N kN. Attorner xt Lao. o i 4.
veamwed from I Ile 11.;imond, 10 •• A o..tnev'.Row:'
hady side of Fourth arret, between Market and Wo o d
BUCKIPIASTER, AT'RNEY AT LAW.,
• has removed his &thee to Ileares's Law Bulld—
ogs. Fos Ufa stgret, It hove Smithfield, f'
Gicortaz W. I..YN. at La, re
N0,.54 rico str .A O
eet. ne:e A r e ttorneyth Tneatre, eit w isl O nirg ffi h
JlrroluirEr AT LAW'. —Office in Bakewelt' .11ding,
Griot street, Pittsburgh. Nov.s. 13
JOAN J. MITCHELL—Attorney at Law, o* to
SIP COf MO of Smithfield and 54h Ms—Pittsburg.
0:r Coliections made. A I tiusineas entrusted to tits
us will be promptly attended lo
bo 16-1 r
itsmovA.L._ ft. Morrow, Alderman; offi e north
side a FIRS Si., between Wood and Smithfield
its, tkiltsbarsh. eep 10
„i)rkft. a. S. HOLM ES, Office in Second street, next door
to Id GI van y Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10—ly
OHNSTuN ¢ s I'OCKTON, Bookseliers. Printers an
Paper Manufacturers, No. 37. Market st. two 10-1 y
'OEIN ANDERSON, Smithfield Foundry, Water et.,
near Ins Monongahela ue
5 YOUNG. FRANCIS 1.. YOUNG.
raltlloB. B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
Hoorn', corner of Hand st. Exchange
Poroons wishing to purchase Furniture, will find
iteitadvantage to give us a call. being rally satisfied
I t o hat
we See panes an to quality and price. sep
66 RIMS. PLAN PATION MOLASSES. receiven
per Steamers Little Ben and Fulton, and for
J• G. 4- A. GORDON
12 Water street
firnagoass D. CoLettLe.....• • .....LOYD R. COLX A N
COii ENAN CO.,Genera Agents. Forwarding and
Coutotiulon Merchants Levee Street, ViCkiburg
Miss Tbey respectfully so.tct t consignments. 112.2-
FROM PITTSBURGH TO BALTIMORE AND
United States Express Line .
8 0 Boat and Shoe Manufacto• 1
WRirr No. 83 Fourthlit., next door to the U. States Leaves Plttsl , nrgh dai'y, at 2 o'clock. P NI, via Steam.
' boat to Brownsville, thence in splendid new coaches to
w anks Ladies Prunella, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
he neatestatanncr, and by the newest French putterns. Cumberland, over the great fimionai Road, and from
«p in there by
G A -
TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades i
n stiper'or new eight wheeled cars, to Baltimore,
G- Transplanting Trowels, Edding Tools, Budding Washington city and Philadelphia.
Knives, Fretting Knives, Pruning Shears. etc., just re- I The ahoy , Line Is r.presented to the traveling public
seivad and for sale by -F. L. SNOWDEN. as being unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
asp IQ 134 Liberty street, head of Wood. l eities for comfort and expedition, having made arrange
1 meats to convey passengers through In two days, and
no night travel, either by Stage or Railroad Calft.-
'l lll .l l l l i e n s k le o n f s Itl
than O tl l e y e Wheel in g 7 ie :
S route, i" e
and traveii tha t ltravelling
In a s n u d pe s r6
WANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, Sze,:
lobe used In Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on new coaches.
IFare to Baliimo , e, $lO.
S eed paper,and in theforms approved by the Couri,for sale
.t.toeolleeof the Mercury and Democrat. sep 10 , Office In the Monongahela !louse.
A. BENDEP SON 4- CO.,
.- Store Proprieto
AGISTILA'IrES•BLA NILS, (or proceedings In t
itimanient under thelate law,for sale at this Office
1611F1IL WITIMARD, Ladles' fashionable boot and
11 1 shoellauufacturer, No. 101, Third street, between
18811 itibillidithfield streets. Pittsburgh se plO 110 ACTS SPEAR" FOR TRENSELVES—TRUTII
------- JI: CONVINCIXO- 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 Faculty—all In vain wit,
cure 4 completely by the use of one bottle of Dr. Brand ,
ret Linament. or External Remedy.
Witness inn hand JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan.loth.lll•4o.
Dr. Brandreth's Exterual Remedy or Llitament; sold
at his office. N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRICE- -
mi. bottle. felt 8.
VAS. IPATTERSON , Jr., Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
4, ra., Manufacturer of Locks. Hinges and Bolts; To.
norece. PsMr...Will and Timber Screws; Housen Screws for
asslling 111111sote. se p 10-1 y
JOUR BPICLOSKEY,TaIIor and Clothier. Liber.y
street, between Sixth ana Virgin alley, South side,
J G. it A. GORDON, Commission and Forwarding
• Merchants, Water at.. Pittsburgh, cep 10-1 y
Birmingham & Co.
COMILISSION AND FORWARDING XER
CHANTS, No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.
Tara—Reeeivtag and Shipping 5 cents per 100 lbs
Cosaatiattaas oa Pureboses and sales 2i per cent.
S. MORROW ,
r ANTIF4CTURZR of Tie, Copper end Sheet Iror.
wee, alo. 17. Fifth st., between Wood and Mar—
IFaaps analaastly ga hand a good assoitznent e n warm
yolkits a share of pantie patronage. Also. o hand,
„ 41//kinGonring articles: Shovels, Pokers, Tongs, Gridirons,
111011111411sTeakelikkP 01/60 1 14 Gene 111 ilia ke. Map
eNisgip and otliars are laviAad Wean sad mods* for
was M ladatacialaaitioaallabsap kr sob Of
• ...„,.., ie,
-I‘ , -• -,,,..,
HALLMAN, JENNINGS & Co,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
And Dealers ir. Pittsburgh Aissujoctures
No, 43 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
AILM AN, JENNINGS &Co.,
Cotton Yarn' WarehonSe,
No. 43 Wood street.
Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
TRONP1101( SAWN( ...JAMISTUIRADULL.
HANNA 4. TURNBULL'S raper Warehouse. No.
1 Pd. Wood st., where may be had a general eupply
of writing wrapping, printing, wall paper, blank books,
school books, c, • scp 10—ly
VP C. TOWN3EN CO— Wire Worker, eed
I .4(amtfettivers, No. 23 Market street. betvreen
and 3d streets. SIT 10-1 y
LIXCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of Penn and L. Clair
streeia,by BIeHIBBIN 4 . SMITH
rep 10-7 y
1311.0WNSVILLE JUNI ATA IRON WORKS.--Ed
ward Iluslies,,,Manufaelurer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. Wood at., Pittsburgh. sep 10 —ly
STEW GOODS. --Preston ¢ Mackeylirltolesale and
retail dealers In Engtish. Preach, aid Dornealle
Dry Coodt, No. PI, Markel st .Pittsburgh. rep 10.
JOIIN ItPDEVITT, Wholnvite Crater Reed(Ong
Distiller, And Dealer la Produce and Pitisburgh
Managelured Articles, Jr.. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts
burgh. sep 10
W[LLIAA H. Wlt.ctaus lons S. Dtt.wonva
WILLIAMS & DILWORTI - L—Wtrolesale
Grocers Produce and Commis3ion Merchants, and
lealers In Pittsburgh Manufactured,t.tieles, No. 29.
Wood street. sep IO
QIIERIFIF & KE.,INS Manufacturers of Copper .
Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware, No SO. Pront et , Pdts•
burgh. House Spouting and Steamboat work promptly
executed. cep 10
uh AVID SANDS,U ATCIi& CLOCK
MAKER, N 0.7 , St. Clair street, Pitts-
DEALER IX WATCH ES, C OC KS. BR EASTPIXS
FIX° ER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, CO.MBS,
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.- A Nit
supply of lantheilt's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at Isis agency the.lore o(
F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 10 134 Liberty street, bead of Wood
REMOV Jonrs, Rart.et andllair Dre=x
rr, has removed to Pottrto st rect opp,Adet he May
ors office, where he will be happy to - .tvait upon dermaneni
or transient costumers. Ile suliciis a share of public
JOHN Upholsterer sod Cabinet
.4f—ker, Third st. betwees Wood 4- Market streets,
respectful informs his friends and the politic that he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, rid , bnaras
trans, Chu irs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, II air and
Mat Curtain., Carpets, ell ,oriEt of Upliol,h - rhig
wort;, which he will warrant equal .n any lie
in ti e
city, and on rewionalile terms. rip 111
RF: MO VA I.; he 'lilt •rriberr. have . renew• dto kN
ter bel wren W ood and Smithfield streelY. whme
they will eofilintm Itolmtale Crorery and Commis
lion Itmtifte-s and would re•pe , I Inity pnitrit line palm
ale of i heir D leads W.IIU It Ili; I Di; ,s• Co.
. A. W. P..Vl‘l'llllSON..7,:fice on Smithfield street,
near Sixth. set. 10
F%PE 1lEllVDE1). V S. M.o. Line or
ft•ii. Vox° Vote, from l'alsrdoir . zti, Ilcdf.o.i.
Chall.beroo,g• Ilarri-loirg and I.alica,ler, In 1•11,1.olet
phla, connertlng with the Mail Irani ufl'ars 10 S
-r. Only 150 mill= and one night out.
Al,O, the Direct line In flahiinote.
Fare in Philadelphia 39.
Leave daily at g o'clock A. M.
Office second door her... , Ibe. 111ereltaiii, Owe? \Vend .4
M FIN OELL, Gll.lll A M, W A 1;(1 11 A- Co
fell 2.3, 1843-1 y. Prop,k.mor..
THE CR EAT CF.NTR AI. ROU E. via NATION 11.
ROAD AND BALTIMORE on 01110 RAIL ROAD
„V"` — tiPlZtt
TV W line of IJ. P. M'll Coaches for Woo hiagion Cita.
1.1 Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
This line is in full operation and leavesPittshorgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. M., via VA'ashingt on ?a. aid it:11)0mo
road to Cumberland. connecting here with the rail road
cote,. to all the above places: Travellers will find this
a speedy and comfortable route, it being a separate and
dltrtinet Pittshutgli and ruirOmrland line. facilities will he
afforded which have not been. heretofore enjoyed. En
Ira coaches forril<lted at the shortest notice, wito the
privilege of going through direct. or taking cne night's
real al their option.
For tickets, apply at our office at thelMononeat , la
L. W. STOCKTON•
President of N. R. Stage Co.
Feb. 3d—di f
ENTIRE NEW COACHES
ml d 3
UST RECEIVED. Twelve boxes of Orancev and
Lemons, of the finest quality. for Bale wholesale and
retail. by WM, TIIORN,
feb 22—tf. 53 Market st.
20;000 ic,T Cotton Yarns, assorted
2,000 lb.:. Batting,
2,000 " Candle Wick,
1,000 " Carpet Chain, and
600 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
ry. For sale by
fiAILMAN, JENNINGA &
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street.
y2WLFOR SALE .—A aim Clinker bunt Yawl
(aleNaiighteo'sboUily for sale low for cash; Ap
p 7 lo BIRMINGHAM-4. Co,
IP Is l - • )!o 130 *stir 4
VIDEASE'S HOARHOUND CANbr—Ttrrrtr has
1 received ibis day from New York. a fresh supply o.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs, Colds and Con
gumption; and is ready to supply customersat wholesale
or retail, at his Medical .98eacy, 36' Fourth st.
DAVID CLARK, if g't, /fashionable Boot Maker,—
tits removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where he wou:d be happy
to see his old customers, and all others who feel dispoa.
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 truststimt
he will deserve ar.d receive a fair share of patronage.
FItUtTS, ICE CREAM, 4 CONFECTION A R.Y.—
A hunker respectfully Informs his friends and the
'public that they can always find the hest quality of Ice
Creams. together with all kinds of confectionary and
fruits, In their rrhion, at his establishment—No. 11,
Fifth street, hetwt- n Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes, or anrthing in his line. Also families furnished
won Bread. son 10
IriV A NS'S CAMOMILE PILL LS.—AORA
HAM J. CLEM ER, residing at 66 Mott street,
New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its most
aggravated form. The symptoms wer.e violent head•
ache, great debility, lye?, costiveness, cough, heart.
burn, pain in the chest and stomach always after eating,
Impaired appetite, sevsation of sinking St the tuomarh,
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vomitings, dizziness
tdwards night and restieness. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when, on commlfiug Dr. Wm.
Evans. 100 Chat ham street. and submitting to his ever
sUccessful and agreeable mode of Weal meat, the patient
was completely restored to health in the short spare of
onemont h. and crateful for the incalculable benefit derW.
ed, gladly came forward and volunteered the abovestate
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. R. SELLERS, Agent,
No. 20, Wood t reel helow Second.
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON F.ICTORY.
Snort Pre/ Yarn. -
Long Reel Yarn.
$o- 5 ut 14 et i. per lb I . 500 at 8 cts per dz.
6 at 14 ditto i 6011 at 9 ditto
7 at 14 ditto 700 at 6 ditto
8 at 14 ditto 800 at 5 ditto
9 at 11 ditto 9110 nt 41 ditto
10 at 14 &Ilia 1000 at 4 ditto
II nt 14 ditto
12 at 14 ditto Candlewick at 15 ci. per ill,
13 at 141 dd to Corn tl..i I in : • 8 ditto
14 at 15 ditto 1 - .oolly do • 12 ditto
15 at 15t ditto Carp% Chain • 18 dot°
16 at 16 ditto Ciit'n "I'v• lite • 25 ditto
17 at 1P ditto Stocking Yarn mid
16 at 17 ditto coverlet Yarn alwnyn on
19 a t 171 ditto hand
211 ai 13 ditto ,Coitoo Warp , made to order.
- •"j• Orders promptly .ittended to, tf left at J. 4- C.
r a iny',...l.l.g.itt 4. KelliiPth 'i , , or 'he l'okt office, addres.-
lel, 27. 1. K. NlllO6 It EA n 4. Co.
itertioval. WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain acid Fancy Fnrtrai
I 1111 E •mmle.culmer hac rerunv d !us Faaluoimahle Tialoring . and Pietnne Frame Manufacturer, No." 87
IL r.0at.ti,1,n,, ,, i. In Ihe NI ommormca hela homise, 3d dont i Fourth St rust Pittsburgh. —Canvays Rrusherm. Varnish
from first .I. nn smrunlitield Al .w litre Ins old rnstorners and 4-e.., (or A 'lisle. alwave on hand. Looking Glaftsgt. hr,
all tithel , who ma v favor him with a m all may d e pend o n promPllY framed to order. Repairing done at the short
temvmg, thm 1r smirk done In a superior rzt vi e . r,,,,, 1 ,,,, , est not Ire.
I. ng rm ppm mem, in the HlPlnes• in t him , ci , y, and in many Particular attention paid to re:ilding and Jobbing °rev
oil., faslmmormammie cities in Europe - Ind America, he feels err d''''Prll , intl•
m ,tidenc th a t T i n can g ive sa l p.h o mmat,,mt to all , I n , , nas Per-snip:idling tip Flrain Boat. or houses will find 0:i
VII Ri.o. i o favor him wilt their cuPtuni. its st o m a a tt en ti on heirml van , - IP 111 C,III. 111" P 10
lo I,llPillf•PS 111.1 F111,1,101' :VOIAIIIIIII.IIIp lie hope, lit merit 1 6, 111 0 7 NI 91'F:b . :LE, flutree, ,,, or to H. Pel'Elcdtkey:. I'neh
and reCelVe a shale of pnltlic patron:my% Ile ir t. ild keeping ; 1 man le Revot Maker. Liberty at., 24 door from
on itammd a mmupply of 200 d , and trim ntin,:. tuita'de !or Ihe ' CI- , in %Ilea. The sulnieriher respectfully Informs the
cup rimer trade It li will he sold at very reduced priers. m piddle that he has commenced the above htlsineve in the
H. DON AC II Y. • shoo formerly occupied by %Ir. Henry M'CloPkev.
_ . ; and that lie IS now prepared to attend to ell order!' in hip
d ri...nrsTit , s e the K, , rfe wa• formerly remmried in in all
tier rifimusiness with despatch end on lite most reasonable
casen cif bure a, sc t l ll4 and wounds, Where toortflic.i !
pr ., : term.. rlnm his Ion:. experienee In th.e manufactnre at
" n , Fashinnalde Rout!. be feels confident that all art Idea
tm... oxi-ds no lon:vr. Ttin Ikla..:lcal Pain Form-ter,
rompinek 7 1 Alahlen Lam., m m. a far n m s , 0f,,,„, u „.,.,.,,, from his establishment will give vat ',tract inn in his pa
: ive a 11,0 ili , lill., 11,0 emm , , , . mdrel Or nil cute Of PIIPPP 1 ?"" ' A "nil"( pnitlic patronage iP respect (MI, policar
The anion:tit mmm of 1 110 w o h mlerfni c .mpound instantly i ' PI '
, m •m m mv.s the 1.11 1...1ii 11 ,, 01 11 .1 Ils nvourni, sr aid, horns or n IRD sy:Fiis A f e.o. to 'ply of Peri Seeds, con
!mi.,. ha.'lot 11 , 1.1 , 0 ..mome vital om :an an ap to render , sletimm: of Caner% mn and rape. .111"' received by
rut,. in, 0.,1'.1h. Ii .1 lin n Pray Filer, spare of tune ' (eh :3. FI. PINfIIV"IF.N, 14R liberty et.
rePmore the part ne... rmed to a smird Red Inca 'llmv -tale ! lii
7 M F.. A 1,,1 m.),
TINI nor nt Law. PillPhurth.Pe
wit bout leaving time rt , nut ix denind. This preps tam ion It i . . •
°flier in hilmi street, opposite Rurke's RtilldinX•
an," a e er1,,1,, ',IV di for ifl lured PIP... I a Ilneteltill Psor e= :WlLl IPc 1.11
E. kr411.F.-m., will_ irre 111 Allem lon to my
err., moken Iblend and - n nir othrth a:mil all elmrepionS
unfinished hmminerp. end I recommend him in iha patron
nil v rill] , tons of 11, skin. 11. , •urces• an a POI, for
le ',Pr. I. m i n p m r: m l , m 11andand1111 von , hr re for It, earn-aCC of "iv r,i,u'in WALTER FORWARD
vs rnin•rin , err Fr," the in PI , raper latle and rim. . 'PP 10--1 _ _
t'lmtermed source: , —Hernia. 1311ITTFAtr1:1111 cin-ri. vri NG AND nr.runesce,
I' .I. sal , nt Tu. Cr's, SG ru-Ir:11 ,tri c. : I !.1 RR PR Vof RellgintiP.lltontical,Polhiceldind Mis
cellaneous Works. will ho ,teen every day. Sa.titath ea.
reeled. "rom 7 o'clock, A NI .111 0 9, P M.. in the Ex
change Ilnilding.corner of Si ('lair street and Exchange
alley "'nen. Intictual attendance will he given by
per 10 J. G EM M IL.
I_3llF Eit - 0.%' A' I :Al TIl Fairy
1 Hair the in and will not the akin
This Dye is lathe In 01 of 0 Powder win rit ui plolh matte.
or tart may he apioted to the hair over nizttl, the first
night turning, the lizthiest tar grey hair to dark brown; and
by repeat tirg ❑ serotol Of third night, to a jet black. Any
terf.oll may, hert•fore, will the least posdhle trouble
Leer his hair ninny dark shade or a imrfert black, with the
positiYe assurance that the powder if applied to i lie skin
will not rotor It. There is an coloring in ilnlo statement.
ns any one may earl!) , test These (arts arc warranted
by the chemist who manufactures it.
For sale at TUTTLE'S.' 86 Fourth street, where a
large assortment of Parent Medicines stay always he had
at either wholesale or retail
. 1 orget R 6 Faarth sired
lAMES lE. II All MAN 011 .I S
el have entered law partnership for the purpose
Iransartlnc a W 1,0 l rvalell roft ry; rioduce and (lamittia.
non business tinder the firm and style of II 11. M AN.
JENNINGS at No 43 Wood street, oppoitte the
Merchants r• here a supply of Groceries and Pitts
'Avail Ma ufatur , d Arliclrs ran alway . he had on film
al terms. Ilatch 17'43.
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGAR STORE.
J FULLER COIN,
No 1146 flood street, one door above Sixth.
Z EEPS conEtantly on hand all kinds of the best
Spanit It Cigar.: Regalia:, Casadores,Coormases,
Also, half S;tatilsh and Common Cigars.
Tobacco of all the best brands; Cavendish, Ss lump;
Baltimore Plug ,1?„ , ard 16s, lump.
Also. Mts. Miiler'e Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Snuffs: Rappee, Scotch, Maerahati, High Toast, fre,
Ile has also, all other articles In his line, which he
offers, wholesale and retail at the lamest cash prices.
CALL AND SEE.
I June 11.-6 m.
WILLI A U DOHERTY,
gi AT and Cap Manut. , turer. 148 Liberty R. between
Ll Market and Sixth. ap 10— 6m.
J. 11. Sanderson & Son,
FRANKLIN DOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
/1171 IS elegant establishment has been In operation dur.
JL ing the last nine months, and notwithstanding the
general depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed the npprobation of public and yielded to the pro
prietors adult compensation for their labor and alien
lion Its location being in-Chestnut street, in the !m•
mediate neighborhood of the Post office, tile Exchange,
Baoks, 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 arrangment, also, enables the
guest to regulate his expenees, and to live in a style
elegance or economy suited to his notions or disposition.
The facility of procuring meals at any hour, and of get•
ting 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 frtends,and promise a continuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
ap 25-3 m .
FOR a term of years. Two building lots on the hank
of the Allegheny river, adjoining the City Ilne.
Apply at the house Agency, Penn street, sth Ward,
?nor 2.. JAMBS BLAKELY
JVST RECEIVED, a large supply of In flwayaes
Syrup of Wild Chenry,aod for sale wholesale , end.
retail by WM. 7110011. '
ao lei . ito $3,
LOOK AT I lIIS
DR. GOOD 'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
Pillsere 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•
ercise. or general debility of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
affections: These Pills have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Physicians in the Uni.
ted Slates, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
Retail. by R. It. SELLERS, Agent .
I se p 10 No. 20. Wood Street.below Second.
WM. ADA,IR, Boot and Shoe Maker, Liberty St.,
oppositt the head of Smithfield at., Pittsburgh.—
The subscriber having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas RatTerty, deceased, has commenced business
In the old stand of Mr. R., and Is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work in his line, In the best manner
and on the shortest notice. He keeps tor stantly on hand
a large wakorlitielll of 01,.. fk , dinca of nit de.crlpilrms and
of the be,' I v. the palrntiaar of t t ie nub
ile and oil 11
‘.. I , Chl. ADAIR.
113rTINIITTRedt % NITIP A Crl'O :IY.—Springt
and qr/•• rdr (•wrrinvf ar East ern Prices.
The 1111115e,i1..,1 rnnenfirlitte rind ‘eepf. ron.rtantly On
ITN* Coach. r and Elipll.. t•ttoln,•F warra..ted.) Juniata
frtma Axles. Silver and Itra‘a platvd Daph Fran-a. Brass
and Plated Huh Rand., Siorno Joint'', Patent Lentliee,
Sliver and Bra.. T.antp.. Three fold Fteps, Malleable
IMO, Door Handle'. and II a'r
JONES. & 1•01. EM AN.
Clair 41_ near iie , iecheny rtrldne.
Ur D. SELLERS, M. D office and dwell!nr in Fourth
ILAI 4 near Ferry street. sep 13-1 y
-t LOOK AT 'MIS.
attention iftho e who have been somewhat 9cep.
Ilea! In reference to the nnme'rimv ceriificates pnhlished
In falter of Dr Fit a vne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry,o4 account of lie perqnna twin?. Ontzt.own in Thin sec
lion of the Flair.. hi restive' fully directed TO the (oilowlns
e rictifirnte,t he writer of which has been a en Irma of Ibis
l i nrough for.everal vear., and i 2 know n as a gentleman
of Intik:oy and resiitinsiliPily.
To the ..lee•t. %Ir. J. KIRDT
have itgrd Dr Conti, tv..d !..tyrtip of
Cherry for a eons!, with which I hove lieen severely of
filmed for about four iiinetlvi, and I II4VP PO hesitation
In untying that It Islip , moat effective medicine that I have
been able in procure It composes all itnesslnevs. and
agree”vell with my mantolns a resnlar and
eorni appet de. I car freely rerommrnd it to all other
011111:n1v afflicted. J. M tatty e. Borough of Chamlierati`a,
March 9. 1 140 sep 23
For •oie by WI 1,1.! NM THOR N No. 53 Market street.
FRUIT, SHADE, AND ORNAMFNTAL
EIIFONg desirous of proritrlng Pruil, Slrode. and
Ornatuetrial Tree., or Phrtillberv, from Phllader
pi la or Sew York, are requested to make applieritlon 111 , "
soon as ni the Pro; and Feed Fiore of the Isub..
"writer. where ran he had catalogue., eratupnu.ir. of the
arum rscrellent rtet les F. L. SNOWDF.N,
aro 21 No 124 taker's , street., head of Won,'
NEW YORK DYER
OPEE MIMES. would respectfully Inform his friends
an the public in general,that lie dies drryttes.
Habits and Mantels of every description, black —and
warrants Item n o t 1 0 %mut. •n.l to look equal to new
fonds. lie dies fancy col,rs of all derierlptians on
and carpet earn. Also, clean; and rr•tores the colors
ofllet.t:vmen'eclothing. no an to resetoldr new good..
Mr. H. flatters himself thrt he ran plea... the public,
as he has done an extettsiyc hosinera iii New York for
twenty years. All work done on moderate terms at MR
establishment to 5i It .1, between Wood and Smithfield
ft! f the Theatre.
Ur Tit; is to ccrtry that OSEE MME.'S hen
done work fur us, which has fully answf red our
expectations, and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Barnes. .1. R• Shurtleff,
David Hall, B. F. Mann, Davi Bnies, Joseph
French, jr, Andrew Fords', W. B. Bnies, Wm
Porter, H H. Smith, Henry JaYens, A. Shot-key,
jr., Joseph Vera, George Barnes. ap 20th•
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
BOOK BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS,
CONTINUE htuoness nt inn stood into of McCandlen e
Johnson. Every de.:ription of work in their tin
neatly and prompti y executed. may 8— ly
BETTER B.iRGAINS THAN EVER
THREE BIG DOORS.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his custo
fliers and the public generally, that notwithstanding
the unprecedented sales at the Three Big Doors, during
the present season; be has mill on hand the largest and
molt varied assortment of elegant CLOTHING that can
he bought west of the mountains. The public may rest
assured that all articles offered at his store are manufac
tured from FRESH GOODS, purchased in the Eastern
markets this Spring and made into garments by Pitts
In consequence of the n.ultiplication of slop shops in
our city, flied with pawn-brukers,clothes and the ninety,
cast off germentsof former seasons, from the eastern cl.
ties, the public should be cautious to ascertain the char.
arter of theestablishments in which they are invited to
purchase, before they part with their money. The ar•
titles offered at saveral of the concerns in this city, are
the mere offals of New York and Philadelphia slop
shops, and sant out here to be palmed off on the Pitts
burgh public. Purchasers should be on (heir guard a.
gainst these Impositions, and they may rely on the fact
that no establishment that advertises eastern made Clot--
1 1 :-1, can givens good an article or as advantageoushar.
gaine as cnn be had at the "Three Big Doors."
The public will please remember that all the subscri
ber's gsrments 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 reoutailon that the "Three Big Doors'
have obtained for furnishing i superior style of CLOTH
ING in every respect, and at prices below those of any
He would again return his thanks to his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage bestowed
upon his estabilshatent, and believing that they bare
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, LIDZILTT eT. .1014P1 M'CLOSIEY.
CrObeerve Metal Plate in the pavement. a; 26.
WoIGELIDER, Anarttell et Les.—Ocoee in S.
nitinselotss344oscabore the corner of thelthliekt
jtjd lb, 111107
For pabliskin awe Daily Paper
ted the int** City of Pitts
burgh. to be P.
DAILY MORNING POST.
FrlHESobscribers having made arrangements to merge
the American Manufacturer and Pittsburgh Mercu
ry Into one Journal, have concluded to publish a daily
paper with the title of the Daily Morning rest.
The leading object of the "Pore" witlbe the dissemina
Hon and defence of the political principles that have here
tofore been maintained by the Editors, In their respective
papers, and their best efforts will still be devoted to the
advancement and success of those doctrines.
Although, in politico, the paper will he thoroughly
democratic, yet the Editors hope, by giving an honest,
candid history of passing Political events, Foreign
an Domestic Intelligence, and brief notices of all mat
ers d occurrences that come properly Within the Inhere
of a Public Journal, to make their paper sufficiently in
cresting to entitle it to the patronage of the public, it
respective of party considerations.
In addition to the political and general news that will
be found in the....Moroiwir Post," the Editors will take
pains to (unfit the business! community with
the latest and most interesting COKNIZICILL. hernia,.
°slice from all parts of the country, and to have prepa
red such accountoof the Markets and the Slate of Trade
as will be advantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callings.
Tests —The POST will be published en a large. Imperi
al sheet of line paper, (manufactured especially for this
Journal) at the unusually low rate of FIVE DOLLARS
per an nom, payable In advance. It will also be sold by
news.boys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a Copy.
Advertisements will be inserted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
ter T W ENTY active lads are wanted to fell the Post.,
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
Att%ust 31. 1842.
BY Woolson 4- Co. London, for sale only by S. N
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sep 10
Travelers should .elect Boats provided with Fran's
Safety Otranto, for preventing Es')lesson of Steam
IT would lie well for the traveling community to heal
In mind that their security depends entirely upon
their own encouragement , of heats that have or may he
at the expeme of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every Individual making such Beier ion Is el/Mr:ba
ting towards* general introduction of an invention ad
mitted by all men who understand the principles of the
Steam Engine, to be a sure preventative against those
dreadful disasters You have ce tainly, is the hundreds
orexplosinnt that have already taken place, their almost
daily occurrence, and the thousands of lines that have
already been lost, a sufficient warning. and inducement
to make inquiry for a Safety guard Boar, and In every
cane to give it the preference. They have went to an
adddionat expense that your liven may be secure- Ought
you not therefore to meet them with • corresponding
degree of .ioeiality• and by your preference show that
yr.(' appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop thin awe
tat saertfies of human life. They do not eharr more
than m het boats; their ac ommodat ions In other respects
ate equal, and tn many cases superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will you run
any rick, when It is co rem tetety In your own power
to avoid those disasters.
Ail boats marked thus tis) in the List of Arrivals and
Del mimes. In another part of this pater, are supplied
with the Palmy Guar'.
Lisle! Boat. provided reit h the Safety Gaard.
AGNES. M !CMG AN,
BREAK W ATF.R MUNGO PARK.
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
DUKE of ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
I. XPRF.SS MAIL. ORPHAN BOY.
FOR NIOSA, ORLEANS,
FORT PITT, PENELOPE,
GALENA. QUEEN of the SOUTH,
J. H. BILLS, ROWINA.
IDA, SARAH ANN,
I N DI AN QUEEN, SARATOGA,
ILLINOIS, Si' -- ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, " LLEYRAND,
VICTRF: S, ALLEY FORGE,
WEST WIND. ASHLAND,
BitIDGEW ATER MISSOURI MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
COLUMBUS. CU TTFR
EDWIN HICKMAN, EMMA,
GENL. BROOK, TOBACCO P 1 ANT
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BRUNETTE, COLUMBIAN 1.
FOWLER'S PATENT BED
NUF A CV! RED at Wm. I.mrauan's Cabinet Shop
ill No. 69 Second street, between Wood ant Smithfield,
where a general assortment of Furniture may be had at
reduced prices for cash.
The superiority of these Bedsteads, consist In the fnst.
enings, which for durability and ease In patting up and
tatting down. tr not equ tiled by any other now in use
—and to all such as wouid consult their own comfort
in their nightly slumburs, it should be remembered that
all classes of the hug family -are fastened 0711 by these
terßlgh s for Counties, Oistrlets or States for sale
by .1 OH N FOWLER. Patentee.
We, the undersigned, do certify that we have exam-
Med the above Bedstead Fastenjngs, and have no hesita
tion in pronouncing them the best now in use. —coming
up fully to the representation in the above advertise.
Wm. Graham, Jr.,
John A. Gill.
ap 27. —2m
20 BOXES Russel and Robertson's N 0.5 LUMP TO
B A CCO.
1.0 Boxes arsorted do.
Just received. torether erif h a getrersi assorteriest of
every thirst is the Grocery limited for mauls the most
HAflWfr T. irSittgett di. ,
From the European Times we eubjoitt
some interesting details of this very. int.,
Disruption of the Church of scotinad.
The meeting of the General Assembly
of the Church of Scotland took place. Get
the 19th May, and the event which all mu*
have anticipated, whatever anxiety was
entertained that it might be avoided, -has
taken place. On the meeting of the Gert‘
eral Assembly, the old Moderator stated•
that, in consequence of the infringement."
of the civil courts on their eclesiastical jti."
risdirtion, and the refusals of the legislators
to accede to the Claim of Rights adopted
.1" ;. :NS; 44/"/
RICE TWO CENT
DAILY MORNING Pd
at the last Assembly, he felt called upon to
protest against them now proceeding as a
free and lawful Assembly of the Church of
Scotland. He read the reasons of protest.
—a document of considerable length—and
bowing to the Lord High Comroission, the
Marquis (IBute, withdraw, followed by the
whole non-intrusion party in Me House.—.
On the motion of Dr. Mearns, Principal
IHadane, of St. Andrew's, was voted to the
chair, pro tempore. On assuming the chair,
the Rev. Principal opened the meeting by
The Lord High Commissianer then de
livered her Majesty's late?, which was of
considerable length; it generally..-recom
mended obedience to the decisions of the
Civil Courts, c ffering the aid of Partite
naent to correct any abuse that might exist
in reference to the induction of ministers,
and expressing her Majesty's willingness
to consent to a measure which would rec..,
ognize the full right of the people to object,
and of the Church Courts to determine on
all objections exclusively and finally. The
letter was read without remark, and after
some other procedure of minor importance,
the sederunt adjourned until the next day.
The next day the Assembly met at
twelve o'clock, according to adjournment.
The moderator opened the meeting with 8
deeply itnoressive prayer. A committee
was appointed to prepare an answer to bet
Majesty's most gracious letter. The pro
ceedings, generally, were of the ordinary
routine character. Professor Alexander,
of St. Andrews, suggested the propriety of
appointing a committee to draw up a pas.
toral letter, to he addressed to the people
of Scotland, a it h regard to the present state
of the Church, warning them to stand in the
old paths, and encourage them to etrenethe .
en, by their zeal and steadfastness, the'
church of their fathers, which had been
one of the greatest bulwarks of the reform.
ed religion. It was agreed that the subject
should be brought before the Assembly by
overture. Several committees were ap
pointed. After prayer, the Assembly broke
THE FREE ASSEMBLY.
The REV. DR. CHALMERS being appoint•
ed Moderator by the Non-intrusion party.
explained at great length the origin and
causes of that day's movement. They held
the principle, that in things spiritual, the
church could never submit to the control
of the civil government, and for nearly a
e..ntury and a half, that, principle had re.
mained unchallenged; and it was never till
lately, till within the last few years, that
the church had suffered at :he hands of the
civil courts for proolarning it. (Hear,
bear.) For maintaining and elefending,
their principles they were brought togeth
er there that day. (Applause.) It was
well that they hed been strengthened to do
what they had done. God would not for•
sake them, nor the families of the faithful,
mar would he leave them now without his
spirit to guide them and his strength to
enable them to hold out to the end. After
further exposition of the giounds of the
movement, the Rev. Doctor said, there
was another principle which they were not
to give up for the sake of courting the pre,:
ant help of men who, at least, had the pow
er of numbers an their side. (Hear, hear.)
To be more plain and more particular, vat._
untaries are mistaken if they claim ua as
voluntaries. (Cheers, and some distant
sounc's of disaprobation.)
We hold it to be the duty of Government
to give their substance and means for the..
maintenance of religion in the land. We ,
pray that their eyes may be opened, that
they may see it to be their duty to be the
supporters of religion, and not the, tyrants
we have to fear. We pray that the limo
may come when 'Kings shall be nursing
fathers and queens shall be nursing moth.
era,' and when thet e shall be 'nothing to
hurt nor to annoy in all God's holy moun.
tain.' We bold that every department of
Government should be leavened with
Christianity, and every functionary in it,
from the highest to the lowest, should ba
under its influence,. (Applause.) Though
we quit the Establishment, it is right th it
it be understood that we go out on the E.s
tablishment principle. (hear, hear.) We
are the advocates of a national recognitipS
and national support of religion, and we
are not voluntaries. (Cheers.) Agale, they
thus openly proclaimed -their" . rhillikence
from those who, under the galsewitprin.
ciple, refused to acknowledge:the eetheri•
ty of the church. With such Mee' they
could not have fellowship. a..d . still less so
with those who would lift up a menacing
front against 'the powers that be, and
could carry themselves against the tonstis
toted authorities of the land with defiance,
and contumely. But be need not proclaim,
in the ears of that assembly, the duty to
guard against lie lawless and revolutionary
politics of those who spoke evil of dignitae
ries, and were even to chatty. (Rear.)
_knew it was not necesaary to warn,*
'brethren present against each men,