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VOL 1.-NO 251.
tOOB. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
DIY. 11. CORNER OF WOOD 4 FIFTH STS
ittiLMS , .—PIVE DOLLARS a year, payable In
lidlentee. Ihnyte coples TWO CENTS—for sale at the
loontor of the °Mee, and by New, B.us.
The Mercury and Manufacturer
4 published WEEKLY, at the same office, on a double
seediest duet, at TWO DOLLARS a year, In ad.
value. dingle espies, SIX CENTS.
Terms of Advertising,
pmt SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
Oen Insertion. 0.50 One month, $5.00
-IrWolltsertimm 1 ,
, 0.75 Two monis, 6.00
Okras lasertloss, 1,00 Three months. 7.00
One week, 1.50 1 Four months, 11,90
~...Faso weeks. 3.00 SI: months, 10,00
- 'frkree weeks. 4,00 One year, 15,00
.. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS.
CHANORAIILI AT PIRASIIRR.
. . Oars Square. nos Squaws:
lie months, 413,00 Six months, $23.00
Das year. 2.5,00 One year. 35,00
Erlanger advertisements In prorortion.
CARDSof four tines Six DOLLARS a year.
Post 01111 CI. Third between Market and Wood
- -11*ets—At..* lliddle, Postmaster.
*Num* !loom Water.4o door from Wood et. Peter
-Major John WiHock, Conecior.
Utyy Taistemtv, Wood between Fir. 4. and Second
streets—Jaescs A. Bartram. Treasurer.
(;eot?T TREssInT, Third street, next door to the
!bird Pt.sbytermet Church—S. R. Johnston, Trensurer.
lINAToI's °Trim Fourth, hetween Market and Wood
siren.—Alexander Hay, Mayor.
eisitess•wr's Excetartas. Fourth, near Market st.
Prresarraaa.betereen Market and Wood streets, on
fluid and fourth street;.
MemeetaitTa' ►RD MANOTACTORILIte ARD FARTICII9 ' De•
digerr tugs, (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, hetwrett
"rood and Market sit eets.
Ita . fiftb street. near Wuod.
Motriesnansua Housm, Water street, near the Brld:e.
MsamanoE Horst., corner arena and L. Clair.
Miescsearra' ilovra., corner of Third and Wood.
80Tti..e.7.7.1e.3:1aird and Smithfield.
s, therstesSmaise, corner or Penn street and Canal.
Caestx, Liberty street. near Seventh.
Mecums." Masons Hover, Liberty St Opposite EVayne
BROMNIENIAT Mansion Hones. Penn St. opposite Canal,
IHLOBERT WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR AT L W . —Offtee rein°
el to Bakswelrs offices on Grant et., limit. , opposite
tits sew Court House, next rooms to John 1). Mahon,
,—First door. s.i.
428 TONER. AttO. nev at Law, North
Smithliekl and Fourth strreqp.
311rCANDOESS & YVCLIIRE, Attorneys and
eatainsellnra at Law: Office in the Diamond. track
of the old Court llouse,Pitishurgh. sett 10
SUUNIC. 4 FIADLAY, Attorneys Mt Law. Fourth et.,
above Wood. Pittsburgh. sep 10-1 y„
THOS. HAMILTON. Al turney at Law, Firth, between
Wood and Smithfield sta., Pittsburgh. sep 10-1 y
O'LIA.R4ROBINSON, .‘llOrney at Law;
Office on the nor' dde of he Diatnnad.hetweei
idatkat and Union streets, upstairs pep 10
AI. DURBORAW, Attorney at Law; tenders
• his profesilional services to Om public. Officion
Fifth Street. shove Wood . Pittsl.urch, sep
EY4TER Duct' %NAN, Attorney.. at Late, office
T.:Winged from the fltnuttortd,uo “Aitorney t .Row,"
Pady sile or Fourth street, between Market and Wood
BUC KM AST ER, AT , LIN EY AT LAW,
IN• b.,: his other to It.eare's Law Build
ogs. Fowl h street, above Smithfield, rot...burgh.
GEcatc•;E w. LAYNO. Attorney at Law, Office
Ma. 54 Filth !area, near the Theat re, Pitintturth.
RIE,IIDE W ASIIINGI'ON,
4SITORNE r fir LAW. —Office in 11..tkewrirl
ra at street, Pitishorgh. Nov . 5. 1812.
JORN J. MITCHELL—Attorney at Law, office
COMO or Smithfield and :it h Ms.. Pittsburgh.
irr Collections made. A 1 nosiness entrusted to Ills
are will be promptly attended to.
p EnovA.L.- It. Morrow, Alderman; cat e north
O .lLr side of Fifth st,, between Wood and Smithfield
Pittsburzh. sep 10
DR. B. L. 1:106M ES, Office in Second street, next door
to M•lvany k Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10-1 y
JOHNSPoN ¢ sTocic EON, BookseHers, Printers .111
Paper Manufacturers, No. 37. Market st. sep 10-19
JOHN ANDERSON , Smithfield Foundry, Water at..
near the Monongahela House, Pltisi ore h. sep 10-1 y
1 11111111419 I YOUNC. Fit a NcIS 1.. YOUNG.
m 8. t... Hand st. 4- YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
Boos, orner of Exchange Alley.
rerosns wishing to purchase Fnrnitnre. will find it to
helsarilvasstase to give as a call. being fully 'satisfied that
we CllO please a.% In quality and price. sap 10
66 RIMS. PLAN PATION MOLASSES. received
per Steamers Little Ben and Fulton, and for
sale by J G. 4- A. GORDON
mar 27. 12 Water street
friBol4ll D. Col.!'" &P 1..... • • LOY DR. COLIC.% D
COLSNAN4. CO.,6e , tera Agents, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants Z..evee Street, Viekiburg
Wye They respeelfullyso.teit concleements.
WEBB CLOSMS Boot sod Shoe lttanufacto•
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., chest door to the U. State/
..ankt Ladies Prunelta, Kid nod Satin Shoes made in
pe aeatestmanner, and by the newestiPrenc pttertis.
GARDEN TOOLS, consisting of Hoes, Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels. Editing Tools, Budding
iKaßfek Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., Just re
flosiveil sad for sale by P. L. SNOW DEN.
Stri,lo 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
/1.003 T IL A TES' BLANK 8, for proceedings In At
tiodustat ander lb, late law,for sale at this Office
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, &C.—
TeM In Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
seal paper ,and in the forms approved by the Cou rt,for sale
tkie Wise of the Mercury and Democrat. sep 10
NVM. 11111BBLIID, Ladies' fashionable boot and
sane Manaracto re r, No. WI, Third s , reet, between
hood audsrattblield streets, Pittsburgh sep 10
TAIL PATTERSON, Jr.. Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
Pa., Manufacturer bf Locks, Hinges and Bolts; To
wins, and Timber Screws; [loosen screws for
Rolling Mills, 4-c. sep 10—fy
'TORN MINCLOSKEY. Tailor and Clothier, Liber.y
West, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side,
I G. A, *CROON, Commission and Forwarding
J • liere,bases, Water st., Pittsburgh, sem IQ—ly
Birmingham & Co.
COMMUNION AND FORWARDING NEE
mourn, No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.
litres—Receiving and Shipping 5 cents per 100 Ibs.
Commissions on Purettsses and sales 21 per eent.
M4I/VFACTURER of Tin. Copper and Sheet 'nor
WAre, Ro. 17,, Fifth at, between Wood and Mar-
01111418 toestantly on hand a good RlZOltment ofsataus,
Is~seibeks a share of public patronage. A iso.on hand,
" s- tallosrling s Wein: Shovels, Pokers, Tongs. Gridirons,
11116111146 Tsakasttlea, Pots, Owens, Coffee Mills 4c. Ater.
cikkilk•assll .olbent are .Invited to call Red wades for
40**000gilsas he Is asternstand coati:Amp tar cash Ar
DAILY . MORNING -Iw:fn.
HALLMAN, JENNINGS & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
Asi Degters it Pittsburgh klassifoctures
No, 43 Wood !Ansel, Pittsburgh.
111 ILM .4 N, JILN NINO!) & Co.,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 4J Wood street.
Agents for the Mkt of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
March 17, '43.
HANNA 4. TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse. No.
104, Wood it., where may he had a eeneral supply
of writing wrapping. printing. wall paper, blank books,
school books, 4.c. 4c. scp 10-1 y
RC. TOWN.4END 4. CO., Wire Workers asd
.Mastafaeturers, No. 23 NI take' street, between 2d
tnd 3d streets. sen 10—ly
EXCHANGE HOTEL, Corner or Penn and I. Clair
st reels, by 51cii t BBIN ¢ SMITH.
rep 10--1 y
BROWNSVI LLE JUNIATA IRON WORKS.--E 1
wa•d Hushes, Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25, Wood at., Pittsburgh. sep 10 —ly
EW GOODS.—PreAon ¢ Mackey. wfi.lesale and
1.. N retail dealers in Fr.tisti, French, ar. d Domestic.
Dry Goods, No. 111, Market xt ,PfttsburOi. Pei) 10
JOIIN 11PDEVITT, Wholesale Grocer FtectifOng
Distiller, And Dealer in Produce and Pittsburgh
Manufactured Articles, No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitte•
burik. sep 10
WR.LIP, hi CAIN S. Dit.wortl
VvLLI AMS & DILWORTII.--whotesair
Grocers Produce and Com MIA,OOII M erclia nI 4, and
Jealers In Pittsburgh AI anitract tired aritcle,, No. 29.
Wood street. sep Ili
JOHN 11.81118 w J•s. N. K Jun
Q.,IIERIFF & K EA.N, Manufacturers of copper.
k-7 Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware, Nu AO. . Front st., Fitts
burgh. House Spoutinq, and Steamboat work vornrittv
xrcuted. seri 10
rb AVID SAN DS, NI ATCH. & CLOCK
. .I—ir MAKER, No. 7 , St. Clair street, Pitigh
DEALER IN WATCH ES,C LOCK S,B R E. 9 STPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, CO-SIBS. 4i.c.
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS.- A f a it
supply of Landseih's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at his agency the Druz store of
F. L. SNO%VI)E7sI,
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
RE4IOVAL —Matthew Jonrs, Bart , er and flair Dress
er, has removed to Fourth street, of positet he May
ors office, where he will he happy to:wait upon permanent
ur transient customers. lie sUliritCB share of ptihiic nal •
sep 10-1 y
JOHN 31 , 1PARL %ND, Upholsterer and Cabinet
.M.sker, Third st. between. 14'ood sr MarAer streets,
respectful informs his friends and the public that he la
prepared to eNeente all orders for Sofas,
reaus,Chalra, Tables, Beikteads, Stands. Ilalr and ' , print!
friallrnases, Curtains. Carpets, all vorls of liphokterins
work, which he will warrant equal .0 any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. rep 10
1111 I L P .9L:—The EMO still , crihers have remov• dtoll a
Ter between Wood and Smithneld streets• whet,
they will continue the Wholesale Grocery and Commis
stop 11U4ne.n and would re:11,111111y snit. it the patron
age of their friends J W. BUIIIIIIIDG E es. cu.
D!. A. %V. P ATT ERSO N. ...tfice on Sinn II field streel
near Sixth. Set, 1(1
":11 ‘-1 3
F‘RE REDVDE.D. 1 1 .3 Matt. I.t.e or tors non
Rut. itOAD CARP. rrtITTI Ptitssborgh,
cimmbermmir,t. HarriAntrg and lattcarier, to 1'1,1:Iril
phia, connecting with the Tait train of tats to N V.
kr. Owe 130 ottlesst,gtol and one night out.
Al*.t) the Direct tine to fialtintote.
Fare to Ptlitadn'plita $9.
Lenv , s doily at R ICr. , r.rk A NI
Office ,eromi door I,rG,tr the Men hen!, 1101e1 Wood :t
F.NDELL, GU All AM, WAUGII f'o.
frb 23,1843-Iy. Proprietors.
THE GREAT CENTRAL hull E. v'. NATIONAL
ROAD AND BALTIMORE. •nn 01110 RAIL ROAD
17 -V"V•201"' -',
E IC line of U. S. ISTI it Coaches for Washington City
1.1 Baltimore. Philadelphia and New York.
This Ike is In full opera son and kavesPittsburgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. M., via Washington Pa. ato [tat ionai
rout to Cumberland connecting here with the rail road
Co's. to all the above places: Travellers will find this
a speedy and comfortable route, it being a separate acd
distinct Piitstruit.,th and Cumberland line, facilities will he
afforded which have not been heretofore enjoyed. Ex
tra coaches furni , hed at the shortest notice, 'wit° the
privilegr of acing through direct, or taking cite night's
rest al their option.
For Tickets, apply at our office at titeMnimogribela
House. L. W. STOcKTON .
Feb. 3d—dtf. President of N. R. Stage Co.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES
FROM PITTSBURGH TO BAL7'LMORE .IND
United States Express Line
Letrves Pitts' , nub daily, at 2 o'clock, r via Steam.
boat to Brownsville, thence In splendid new coaches to
Cumberland, over the great National Road, and from
in snperior new eight whceled cars, to Baltimore,
Washington city and Philadelphia.
The abovi Line is r+presented to the traveling public
an being unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
elites for comfort and expedition, having made arrange
menu to convey passengers through in ltiva Slays, and
no night travel, either by Stage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of itl Only 75 miles Stage travelling, and 56
miles leas titan the W heeling route, and that in superb
Fare to Balilmo , e. $lO.
Office In the Monongahel a House.
A. HENDEP SON 4- CO.,
ml d 3
111 4 1 ACT S SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES—TRUTH IS
.12 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 Faculty--all in vain wax
cured completely by the use of one bottle of Dr. Brand•
rellt's Linatuent, or External medy.
Witness my Mod JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan.loth, HAD.
Dr. Brandreth's External Remedy or Linament; sold
at hisoffice, N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRICE--
50 cents per bottle. feb 9.
JUST RECEIVED, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of she Arrest qualil y. for sale wholesale and
retail, by WM. THORN,
feb 53 Market st.
20,000 LBB COILDB Taros. assorted
2,000 Ib4. •
2,000 " Candle Wick,
1,000 " Carpet Chain, and
' 500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
ry. For sate by
HAILMAN. JENNiNGi dc Co.,
Conon Yarn Warehouse,
No, 43 Wood street.
YAWL FOR &Rik:LAraw Clinker huff Yawl
(Illethughtea's build) for este low for cash; Ap.
ply to BIRMINGHAM It Co,
splB* ,tto Water at
JAMIS TIMM:IUL L
PITTSBURGH, JULY 1, 1843.
riEASE'S ROARHOU,,VD CANDY.—Tortt,r has
received tbis day from New York. a fr'nh supply o.
the above celebrated cure for Coughs, Colds and Con
gumption; and is ready to supply CU%IOIIICtSEIL wholesale
or retail, at his Medical Agency, 86 Fourth st.
DAVIT) CLARK, Ag't, Ashionable Boot Maker,—
tias removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where be wou'd be happy
to see his old customers, and all others who feel dispos.
ed 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 truststitat
he will deserve aid receive a fair share of patronage.
FREITS, ICE CREAM. tc CONFECTIONARY.—
A Hunker respectfully Informs his friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of Ice
Creams. together with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in their ere, on, at his estahlishment —No. 11,
Fifth street, heiwc•h Wood and Market.
N. B.—Pariiee bupplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes, or anything in his line. Also families furnished
with Bread. asp 10
L'VANS'S CAMOMILE PILL LS.—ABRA•
HAM J. CLEM Eft, residing at 66 Mott street.
New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head•
ache, great debility, fever, costiveness, cough, heart.
burn, pain in the chest and stomach always after eating,
impaired appetite, sensation of sinking at thestomach,
furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vomitings, dizziness
towards night and restieness. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when, on consultiug Dr. Wm.
Evars.looChatham street, and submitting to his ever
guccessfut end agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
was completely restored to health in the short space of
one month, and grateful for the incalculable benefit deriv.
ed, sladly came forward and volunteered the abovestate
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. SELLERS, Agen,S,
No 2.0. Wood street, below SecOnd
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON KICTORY.
Short Reel Yarn. Long Real Yarn.
No. 5 nt 14 cta. per lb. 500 at 8 cis per dz.
6 at 14 ditto 600 at 9 ditto
7 at 14 ditto 700 at 6 ditto
8 at 14 ditto 800 at 5 ditto
9 at 14 ditto 900 at 41 ditto
10 nt 14 ditto 1000 at 4 ditto
11 at 14 ditto
12 at 14 ditto Candlewick at IS e ta p er lb.
13 at 141 ditto Corn Batting 8 ditto
14 nt 13 ditto Family do. r 12 ditto
15 at 155 ditto Carp% Chain r 18 ditto
16 at 16 ditto Corn To Ina 25 ditto
17 at 181 ditto Stocking Yarn and
IR at 17 ditto Coverlet Yarn always on
19 :it 171 ditto hand.
20 a ditto ,Cotton Warp. made to order.
in" Orders promptly attended 10, If left at J. 4. C.
Painter's. Logan 4• Kenned)'s, or the Poid offire, address
feh 37. J. K. MOOR EA D 4• co.
/1111 E , nli , criber has rerunord hts Fashionable Tilt loring
Z_ Establishment to the alonongahela house. 3d door
from first st.on %milhficld st.where hisold customers and
ail others who mar favor him with a rail may depend on
having their work done in a superior Style. From big
rape, ienre In the business In 11t14 city. and in many
other fashionable cities in Europe and A inerlen. he feels
roitfitirlti that lin con vve satisfaction to all who may
plrn.rio favor him w''th dirt r rll,lOOl. Hy strict attention
to I,ll.inegg and superior ;vorkmanship he h;;pes to merit
and receive a statue ot !while patronage. Ile irtend keeping
on hand a supply of znods and trimmlngssulta'ile for itte
rimonirr trade whirl; will he sold at very reduced prices.
GIUSTICor the Knife was formerly recoiled to in all
cases of Wm.,. scalds and wounds, where thortilica
wa• apprehended. The necessity far coull chary prac
tire ...sic!! no The Nia:lral Pain Extraclor. from
Coilionrk 71 n Lane is a far more tlicieni ',even
Tire of mos t iii, al ion il.an cold steel or nil rale of silver.
anpltrai ion n 1 wonderitil c impound inslanlly
i.el lilt, I p. 1111,111 it'll...timid, /cold, burns or
tiro iNO nut al oi Liao =o lo render
C ore .I I it /I very ,nert of time
re,ore the pan i hit ied In a !word and Ii all liv ,late
wuhogi leav in: 11,. H. This behind. This iireparaiicin
Rhin a rertain 'env dv for I. in lined Pucci IteetOil% FOre , .
Wrersi, liroken In rail and .iore filer'e and all eliraiirinne
and ii.• I • it I re.r as a lire for
live 1 1 "1 1 i "l are a, en'
Fur sal ul Tolllr r rev':
CII F . .111 , TH 1 . 1: e.. 0 ludic
YI/rir It .tr ,tiln dLr 81E1,11
This I)) I ,4f. PI 111 i• nit ch to plash matte.
or tart may he apt lied to the hair over night, the first
night turning the retlitest or L tres hair to dark brown; and
by repeating a Istrond or third night, In a jet Work. Any
person atay. therefore. with the lea , t possible trouble
Leep his hail any dark shade or a perfect black, with the
positive assurance that Ilse powder If applied to the skin
will not color it. There Is no coloring in Ilia statement.
as any one may easily test These facts are warranted
by the chemist who manufactures it.
For sale at TIJI"FLE'S,i 86 Fourth street, where a
large assortment of Patent Medicines Islay always be had
at either wholettate or retail
Don 4 l orget 86 Fourth strert
I.OOK AT 'I 1111?:_a
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIC; AR STORE.
.1 FULLER TON,
So I 1 4fi 11 - 00(1 street, one door above Sixth.
KEEPS con,wintly on hand all kinds of the hest
Spariii Cigars: Regalias, Casadores,Coormaxes,
Also, half Banish and Contemn Cigars.
Tobacco of all the best brands; Cavendish, 5s lump;
Baltinore Plug, 125 and 16.5, lump.
Also, ills. Miller's Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
Snuffs: Rappee, Scotch, Mercantil', High Toast, kc.
Be has also, all other articles in his line, which he
*Kers, wholesale and retail at the lowest cash prices.
CALL AND SEE.
WILLIA I DOHERTY,
HAT and Cap Manutw-turcr. I 4 Liberty st, between
Market and Sixth. op 10— 6m.
J. M. Sanderson & SoiN
FRANKLIN HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA.
r 11 as 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 approbation of the public and yielded to the pro.
prietors s,lutl compensation for their labor and alien
lion. Its location being In CAtestitut street. In the im•
mediate neighborhood of the Post office, the Exchange,
Banks, the Steamboat landing, the most business part 01
Market street and the places of amusement, it presents
to :he business community or those visiting the city on
pleasure, all the facilities and comforts so desirable to
the travelling public. Its arrangotent, also, enables lbs
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 or any hour, and of get
ting that s:hirh the appetite crave., is also a sayer of
time which the business portion of the guests know hoer
to appreciate. The proprietors, therefore, solicit the
custom of their old fri.nds, and promise a confluence
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
ap 25-3 m.
L - 1 OR a term of years. Two building Zots.oz tbgt i bank
of the Allegheny river, adjoining the City line.
Apply at the house Agency, Penn street, sth Ward,
mar 3. JAMES BLAKELY
.7bl BEAVER AND WARREN
The canal packet ERIE, J. M. Shaw master, win run
as regut r tri.weekly packet between the lawn, owed
boats, leaves Beaver on Mondays, Wednesdays., Frida s;
Morning, leaves Warren on Tuesdays, Thursday!, and
Saturdays; connecting with the Stage Lines to Cleesiaad
three, For freight or passage apply on board or 40
BIRMINGHAM & CO.; Piltsbargh.
J. S. DICKEY ) !Beaver.
I t °ODE'S Celebrated Female Pills. These
P Is arestrongly recommended to the notice of
the ladle( aia safe and efficient remedy in removine
those eoneplaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex
erase, o neral debility of the system. They obviate'
costiven , and counteract all Hysterical and Nervous
affection These Pills have gained the sanction and
approbat it of the most eminent Physicians in the UM.
led Etta( and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
aetall., It. E. SELLERS, Agent.
sea.] No. 20. Wood Street, below Second.
ADAIR, Boot and Shoo Maker, Liberty St.,
°site the head of Smithfield St., Pittsburgh.—
Tke su%her having bought out the stock of the late
Thomas nfferty, deceased, has commenced business
in th e al stand of MC . R., and Is prepared to execute
all defter lions of work In his line, In the best manner
and on t shrillest novice. He keeps cm stnntly on hand
a large ortment ofshoA findings of all descriptions and
of the quality. tie sn,l-Ite the patronage of the pub
lic and of Le croft. tVM. ADAIR.
porn* B GTYMA.NU IF A crorty.—Springs
II mai Arias for Carriages at Ealier , ' Prices.
The anhimriberA maniii.a , titre and keeps ann.tantly on
hand Coach. c and 1 7 :Untie Sprints (warranted,) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silver and' Brass plated Daah Frames, Brass
and platad Bub Rano. Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver add Bras* Lamps. Three fold Flaps, Malleable
Iron, Doer Dandles and Magas. ¢c ,
JONES & COLEMAN.
Ft. Clair st., near tl a A Ilearieny Bridge.
D.PELLERS, M. 11 office and dweltinr In Fourth
1 a near Ferry street, sep 13-1 y
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The attention ‘ftho•e who have been Somewhat seep.
(teal In reference to the nntnermis certificate• pliblished
In favor of Dr. Swavne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, on :1C1 . 0111.1 of the person: helve unknown in this see
Lion of the etafr, to respectfully (Wetted to the followlne
certificate, the writer of which has hern a ellizen of this
horoneh for several years, and IF known as a gentleman
of Inte.,:rity and responsibility. .41K.
To the Agent, M r. ) . ner
I have used Br Swavne's Como and Syrup of Wild
Cherry for a Colliii, with which I have been severely RI
flicied for about four months. and 1 have no hesitation
In saying that it isthe most effective medicine that I have
been able to procure. It composes all uneasiness, and
RVPP4 well with my diet,—and mantalns a regular and
good appetite. 1 can freely recommend It to all others
similarly afflicted. J. MINNICK, Borough of Chambersb'f.
March 9. 14411. seri 23
ror gale by WILLIAM THORN No. 53 Market street
WILLI A M C. WALL, Plain and Fancy Portrait
and Picture Frame Manufacturer, NO? 87,
Antra Strode Pittsburfk.—Canvani Brushes. Varnish
ke., for Arlists, always on hand. Looking Glasses. kr,
promptly framed to order. Repairing done at the short
eat not ire.
Particular attention paid to re:tiding and Jobbing ofev
Persona fittina up Steam Boats or houses will find It ti•
heirativantateio call. pep 10
WM : STEELE. (successor to H. M'Closkey; rash
to.w . ‘le Boot Maker, Liberty, st., 2d door from
VI--1n Alley. The subscriber respectfully Informs the
public that he has commenced the shove business in the
shop formerly occupied by Mr. Henry M'Closkey.
and that he Is now prepared to attend to all orders In his
line of baldness with despatch andonthe most reasonable
terms. Pion) his long experience In the mantifactore of
Fashionable Boots, he feels eonndent that all articles
from his establishment will give satisfaction to his pa
trona. A ishareof public patronage is respect folly solicit.
ed. P.P p 10
fl 'RD SEEDS A ir
can AU of Bsril Seeds, con
1, Ostia: of Canar) mn and R ape: PIO received by
ref, 3. P 1. SNOWDEN, 14S Liberty st.
WM . E. AUSTIN, Attorney nt Law. Pittsburgh. NI
Office In 4th street, opposite Burke's Building.
WILL(I It P. A Illrllll. Esq., will 21ve hlsnttentton to my
unfinished business, and 1 recommend him to t he patron
nze 01 my friends. WALTER FORWARD
101115ITTIOtt.Ttlfl EIRCULA'I'ING ASII REEL:RENCK
r.t nR AR V of Religion,ll isi fly Ical,Polltlcal.and M
celloneoris Works. will be open every day, Se:that') rx.
rented. ' . ront 7 o'clock, A M..nntil 9. P. M., In the Ex
change RitiLttny..corner of St 'pair street and Exchange
alley snore tnectual attendance will lie.giyen by
NEW YORK DYER.
El; 11 \I KS. would re Ftw,ifully lam in his friends
/211 t he nubile in g. ncray hat he dies Ladi , s' dregges,
flabitg and Mantels of very. degcription, black—and
warrants tl em not to trout, and to look equal 10 new
°ode. Ile dyes fancy col . :rg of nil drib-riot iati+ on silk
and carpet vgro. Algo, clran,, aid re•toreg the colors
of 2eTeilrlll..ll . o clothing. go as to re,,ernide new good•.
Mr. li. flattery himself thrt he can pleage the public,
at he hag done an extensive business in New York for
!went v years. All work done on moderate terms: at his
estnblishment in sth st, between Wood and Smithfield
ne tr the Theatre.
Th is to certify that OSEE HIMES has
done work fur us, which has fully answered our
expectations., and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Barn. s, J. B. Shurtlrff,
David Hall, B. F. Mann, Dani BOiss, Joseph
Frenrh, jr., Andrew Purdy, W. B. Boies, Wm
Porter, II IT. Smith, Henry Javens, A. Shockey,.
jr., Joseph Vrra, Gcorpc Barnes. ap 201 h.
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
ROOK BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS,
CONTINUE bo=tness at the stand late of McCandleye
Jobnyon. Every degerlotion of work in their lin
neatly and prompti y erxecnted. may 8— 1 y
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
THREE BIG DOORS.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his two°
mere and the public generally, that notwithstanding
the unprecedented sales at the Three Big Doors, during
the present season; he has Filll on hand the largest and
most varied assortment of elegant CLOTH ING 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 Rp-ing and made into garments by Fitts
In consequence of the multiplication of slop shops In
our city. filled with pa wmbrokers.clothes and the musty,
cast off forawnts of former seasons. from the eastern ci.
ties, Ike public should be cautious to ascertain the char.
arter of the establishments in which they are Invited to
purchase, before they part with their money. The ar•
titles offered at several of the concerns in this city, are
the mere offals of New York and PhikieletrAtla slop
shops, and sent out hereto be palmed off on the Pitts.
burgh public. Purcharers should be on their guard a.
gainat these impositions, and they may rely on the fact
that no nstablistiment that advertises eastern wade Clot"-
ing, can give la gowi an article eras advantageous bar.
gains as can he had at the "Three Elly Doors:"
The public will please remember that all the subscri•
ber's girments are made in t Air city, by competent work
men, and not gathered up like the goods now offered by
the •birds of postage" from the shreds and patches or
eastern slop shops. It will always be his endeavor to
maintain the reoutation that the "Three Big Doors'
have ottlainet. for furnishing a. superior style of CLOTH•
ING in eatry respect, and at prices below tkoae Oran."'
He would again return his thanks to his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage Lestowed
upon his establishment, and believing that they have
foond 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 caii
at No. 151. LIBiIITY ST. JOHN M'CLOSKY.
rrObserve Metal Plate In the pavement, a; 26.
WM. ELDER, Attorney
at L an.—Office in Sec.
and ttreet,2nd door above the corner of Stuithfleld,
north side. aP. 29,
LANES W. SAE JUIN k JOHN JENNINGS
ell have entered Ito partnership for the Wpme of
trammeling a Wholesale Grocery; PiAimee and Comma*
elon bovinese under the Arm and style of HARMAN.
.bENI44OGB 4Co.,at No 43 Wood street, opposite the
Merchants Hotel, where* supply of °lnterim and Phis
burgh M snifsetured A rtielescan always be bad on law
al terms. Mnrch 17 '43.
For publishing a new Daily Paper in the City of Pitts
DAILY MORNING POST.
THE Subscribers 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 Jihrraisg Pest.
The leading object of the "Pore will be the dissemina.
lion and defence of the political principles that have here
tore 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 Abe 'Editors hope, by giving an ilonfit ,
candid history of passing Political events. Foreign
and Domestic intelligence, and brief notices of all mat
ters and occurrences that come properly within the sphere
ofa Public Journal, to make their papel 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 could in thwJiferthing Prtst,"the Editors will take
pains to fur .h the Misinerss community with
the latest and most Interesting Conn:neut. lirretta
caeca from all parts of the country, and to have prepa
red such accounts of the Markets and the State of Trade
as will bEadvantageous to our Merchants and Business
Men in their several callinga.
Terms.—The Porr will be pnblished en a large limperb
al sheet of fine paper, (manufactured especially for this
Journal) at the unusually low rale of FIVE DOLLARS
per annum,payable In advance. It will alscr be sold by
newsboys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Sdvertisements will be inserted at the lowest rates
charged by the other daily papers of the city.
Crl-TW ENT'S?' active lads are wanted to sell the Post,
who will be engaged on the most liberal terms
Anf.',ust 31, 1842.
B y 110, - rison it Co. London, for sale only by S. Pi
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
Is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. cep 10
Travelers allonld select Boats provided with Foos , /
Safety Guards, for preventing Explosion of Steam
IT would be well for the traveling community to heal
In mind that their security deprds entire* upon
their own encouragement of boats that have ortmay be
at the expense of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every individual making such selee Is emir:Du
nne towards a general introduction of an Invention ad
mitted by all men who tindetstand the principttes of tht
Steam Engine, to he a sure preventative °piny, those
dreadful disasters You have cei t Only, is the hundreds
of explosions that have already taken Place, their almost
daily occurrence, and the thousands of lives that have
already been lost, a sufficient warning, and Inducement
to make inquiry for a Safety guard Post, and In every
ease to give it the preference. They have went to an
additional expense that your lives may be secure. Ought
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree of linei•lity, and by your preference show that
yt.o appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop this aw•
(ul sacrifice of human life. They do not Omer more
than whet boats; their accommodations in other respects
ate rgull, and in niany cases superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day. why will you run
any Hilt. when it is so corn tetchy in your own power
to avoid those disasters.
Alt boats marked thus in the List of Arrivals and
Det artiires. in anal her part or this paper, are supplied
with I lie Safety Guar'.
Met of Boats provided with the Safety Girard.
BRILLIANT, M A R QUETTE,
BREAKWATER MUNGO PARK,
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
CADDO, NA R AGAN SETT,
DUKE of ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
EXPRESS MAIL, ORPHAN BOY,
FOR MOSA. ORLEANS,
FORT PITT, PENELOPE,
GALENA, QUEEN of the SOUTH
J. H. BILLS, ROWINA,
IDA, SARAH ANN,
INDIAN QUEEN, s A RATOG A,
ILLINOIS, SA — ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, LLEYRAND,
VICTRE S, ALLEY FORGE,
WEST WIND. ASHLAND,
IDGEWATER MISSOURI MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWIN HICKMAN, EMMA,
GEN L. BROOK, TOBACCO PI ANT
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
TO DR. BR ANDRETH'S AGENTS
The office in Pittsburgh, which was established for I
the purpose of constituting secants in the west. having
accomplished that oleo, is now closed, and Mr. D. H.
LEE. in the Diamond, Market muted, rippoluied my
agent for the sale of my Palls and Liniments. All Dr,
Reandreth's agents will, therefore, understand that Dr.
B. will send a travelling agent through the country once
a year to collect moneys for sales made and re supply
agents. The said traveler will be provided with
posver of attorney. duly proved before the Clerk of the
city and county of New York, together mit/tail the ne,
cessary vouchers and papers,
Mr.]. J. Yoe is my traveling merit now In Penn.
Sylvania. B. BRANDRETII, M . D.
N Q —Remember Mr, C, H. LEE, In the rear of the
Market is now my only agent In Pittsburgh:,
REGULAR Jai n PAPJCETS,
The Swillsure, Robinson, Blaster, leaves ever,y
Thursday at 10 o'clook a. in
TM Cutter, .00Mu!, Master, Naves every Friday at
10 o'clock a. All
The Montgomery, ilearte‘t, Master, 'eaves every Sat.
arday at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Express, Parkinson, Master, leaves every Sun
day at 10 o'clock a. m.
JOHN BIRMINGHAM & CO.
may 20. .dgents„
DR. STARKWETHER'S HEPATIC
Case Of Liver Complaint of QS gears standing.
This may certify that for:twenty Ore years I water•
flitted with pain In my side, which was frequently s o
severe as to entirely Incapacitate me from ',bor. 1 have
been under the care and treatment of various physicians
without any permanent benefit. Hearin/ .or the many
cures effected by the Hepatic 'Elixir prepared by Dr.
Starkweather.l was Induced Wiese it a trial, and am
happy to say that It has entirely removed. I Agee fen
se ,'opts. , of st for sees than a year pen.
Northbridge. June 90. 1841 ADIOS wEIITE.,
The genuine to be had at TUTTLE'S Medical Agency,
86 Fourth sticet.
burgh, to be ewtit/si the
PRICE TWO CENTS•
DAILY MORNING POST
The following remarks upon the revolue
tion in Hayti are ft om the . Paris Prom,
which journal represents the recent revolu
tion in St. Dumingo as the triumph of the
black race over the .nulattot
Herald, the leader of the insurrection,
and bis brother, are negroes; whilst Boyer,
his secretary Ingram and the chief of hie
party, are all mulattoes. The negro rice,
according to the writer, entertains a predi
lection for the Europeaneespecially for the
French, whilst the mulattoes are viewed
by them withithe extreme of detestation..
It was,, indeed, the negroes who raised the
great in,urreetion and insured its triumph,
Whilst they and Toussaint prevailed, the
French colors continued to float; but when
the mulattoes prevailed, then commenced
that system of hatred to the French name
which is well known. But we must let
the writer in the Prcsse elate his story;
'ln 1806 Petion founded at Port au
Prince the. Republic of Hayti. Dying in
1818, Gen. Boyer became his successor; ,
In 1820 Christophe killed himself to escape
from his soldiers in mutiny, sad his king+
dom was united to the republic of Fedora;
In 1822 Boy et conquered and united to hie
Government the Spanish portion of the if •
land, which had sought to separate and do.
clared itself part of the Columbian Repub.
lic. The relations of France with the re--
public are well known, as well as
treaty of 1825, which acknowledged its in'
nependeuce on condition of an indemnity
being paid to the old colonists. On the aq.
cession of the present King of the French,
I the Hayden Government, which had pati
but thirty of the one hundred and fifty mil
lions stipulated, though fit not to recognise
the monarchy of July. When this teentiit.
Lion was demanded, the answer came in
language "wanting the politeness of nivilie
zed nations.' In such a situation diets
were but two ways of proceeding—one,
to blockade and bombard; the other, to ne,
gotiate. The latter was preferred; and,
contrary to the treaty of 1816, that of Mil
reduced to sixty iniliions the one hundred
and twenty. inillinns due, and recognised
purely and simply the independence of
Hayti, without imposing any longer the
payment of the indemnity a as condition, ;.
The Presee goes on to show that ioae
mense advantage can be derived from the
late revolution, which substituted negroes,
friends of France, in the Governmentvto
the jealous mulattoes. There ts age
probability that the next instalment.; due in
July, will be paid. A pretext will be,_tbat
Boyer has carried ofr the money.
can take every advantage of so fi ne a arum:
try in the state of an insolvent debtor; it
can force a treaty of commerce upon Hay.
ti, as Er:gland has done upon China; and
it ought so to Manage ;natters, that in belt
at century France could reseize the Pro,
tectorete of St. D. mingo,:as it has acquiv
red that of the Society Ishinds.
r Boston Advertiser,
A Mareilite .Shot.—A notorious scoutt°
drel, by the name o! Goings, who has been
guilty of almost every species of crime, was
shot last week near the Stone Gap, Lea
county, Va. The circumstances attending
this affair are these: A company of gently!
men were congregated in the Three Forks
neighborhod—a few of them were engagod
apart, listening to one of the number reads
ing a newspaper. In the paper was au id.
vertisemera offering a reward for the ap.
prehension of Goings. Whilst the adver-.
tisement was being read, Goings passed
by. One of tke company recognized him;
having seen him before—and accosted him
by name. Goings denied his name, but
the gentleman being satisfied that he was
the individual 'set forth' in the advertise,.
ment, pursued him—ane.of them having
gun. After being overtaken he was or,
dered to surrender, which he refused to
do—at the same time drawing a pistol and
threatening to shoot the first that should
attempt to arrest him. None of the com
pany wishing to take his life, let him pass
without further molestation. A seeong
soon started in pursuit. When overtake*,
thinking there would be more safety in
flight, than" resistance, •he took to the
woods; leaving his horse, The same eve
ning Goings employed a boy to go for his
horse, promising him 5.5 for his trouble,-,
The boy succeeded is finding his horse;
and in the meantime gave notice where
Goings was. He received a counters
feit note. The company armed themselves
and Look a stand, where they knew he aortal
pass. As soon as be came up, he was
called upon to surrender, which he pier
emptorily refused to dn.—again drawing
his pistol and endeavoring to intimidate
them. But this time doings was mists.
ken. His pursuers gave him his choice of
surrenderihg or being shot—upon hearing
which he told thenvo 'isioot and be dam,
*NV—which was soon done. Three guns
were fired, and in less than two minutes.
this wretched man was in the presence of
his God with all his crimes upon him.
Goings, we are informed, has been quits
notorious for his crimes—and those of the
deepest dye—in several States, such
murder, robbery, counterfeiting, Are,
Clayton a citizen of the magnificent alai,
of Delaware, he, written a letter announ
cing that he wilt not be a candidate for the
Vice Presidency, on honor which the
coons of his great state conremplated eon -
eriag on him. What will b?come of t'ip
,country now 7