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; 1565. PIIII.I.IPS & W. 11. SMITH,
i7OR,VER OF WOOD 4- FIFTH STS.
PI triiS.--F IV FI DOLLARS a year, payshle in
•dvsuce. Single conic:, TWO CENTII 4 .---fur Sale at the
Counter of the utlice, and by News Boys.
L7ll4der Mercury and Manniael suer
p,ke>,pnl►ed W EF.g. LY, at the salve °tikes on a double
istedltiqu slier'', at TWO DOLLAR a year, io ad.
copies, SIX CENTS.
PER SOMA RE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS:
3nt insertten, 0.50 I One month,
4le4leftetlon4s 0,75 Two monte,
threejusertlons, 1,00 Three months,
litiertierili, 1,50 Four - months,
Atilo", iireeltt, 3,00 Six months,
2 ... Three weeks, 4.00 One year,
1 , ' CIiANOtABLE IT PLIIISURIL.
OlRti &titer& Deo Squares
qlreurtionttra, $13,00 :Me months, $23,00
pee year, 25,00 One year, 35,00
11 — , - -.Larger advertisements in prorortion.
. 3 .. ; 13.415,WS of four tines Six Dot.r...as a year.
LIC OFFICE S, &C.
" Crrir Poor Orrtcn. Third between Market and Wood
I,CsosTOst Ft.naar., Water, 4th dour from Wood st. Peter
-101-silihnildinsi—Major John Willock, Collector.
L'tt.7lter l'ltcrannt. Wood between First and Second
County Tatessoar;•.Ttord street, next door to the
gtesbyptrian Cburelt—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
F .Mfkotolleol/Avs, Fourth, between Market and Wood
jliVistzsAlexand'es. !lay, Mayor.
In riots OCT'S EICIiAZIGIE, Fourth, near Maiket
I. BA IiKS.
Prursanifon, between Market and Wood streets, on I
Fnlrd and Fourth streets.
iattrauttes' am. VIDFACTORIRe •ND FAast en s DE
MMT *An*, (formerly Srving Fnnd.) Fourth, bc.tvcren
,Kood and Market sttects.
tidastiok, Fifth street, near Woad.
Iltiomormanei.t. tiou:=e, Water street, near the fridge.
(11,11,Xcit Harsh, corner of Penn and Si. Clair.
NACHANT3' [(Oral., corner of third and Wood.
Atmrates.w Hamm. rt.:7 tt: Third and Sniithfield.
UNITED Srvict, corner of Penn street and Canal.
Illiihrsii)eirmaD.Er.out, Liberty street, near Seventh.
Mtsrarms Nissan:r IlouNe.Liheriy St opposite W. 12, is
Mau:arm House, Penn St. opposite Canal.
AV 00 DS, ATTORNEY AND
:COUNSELLOR AT LAW.—!Office remo
ttil to Bakewell's offices on Giant St., neatly opposite
Use new Court House, next rooms to John D.Mahon
,e, fq , Fi s t floor. • srm 10
• I UGH TONER, AttOjiiey at Law, North
aremotthfleld and Fourth streets.
rtittiCANDLESS & 11111CLUIRE, Attorneys and
Q lCounsellors at Law: Office in the Diamond, liack
7 ; e old Court [louse, Pittsbu rgli. cep 10
I.4IIIIUNK Et FINDLAY, Attorneys at
.abote Wood, rtitsbor%ll.
-• OH.HAMILTON, Ailornev at Law, Fin h, between
Wood and Smithfield stm,Pith‘hurgh. srp 10-1 y
&WI& 01.144.. RA. ROBINSON, It or isey at Law;
-- vir office on tlie north aide of tilt: Diamond .l.etwee , .
aid Onion streets, lairs 0(1)10
i.DURBOR.kBV, Attorney at Law; tenders
• his profesAionol services to ilk pUtlliC. (Alice on
iPtahlitre?et, above Wood, Ser,
_- - -
TRTER ir•lttb..ll‘N AN, Arturncys at Law, o ice
removed from the Diamond, to “AttOrtley'rßOw,"
iced) side of Fourth street, hetweett :larket an
%CLICK MASTER, VIIAN EY AT LAW t ,
has removed l.•is office to lira TCL-7 . 31 Law Build
; aigui,stffnvih sheet, above zAtilithfieltt, Pittsburgh.
• Per 10 _
ifrAkilrßa F. W. LJIYNCI, Attorney •at Law, Office
lik-31. IF 54 Fifth street, neat the 'rhea! rr, Pit leoll I gril.
• NO 27 —1 y
READE %V ASIIINGTON,
TihORNE Y ./1T LAW. —Office in Ilakeweli's Building
Cruet street, Pittsburgh. Nov.s. 1842.
J. MITCHELL—Attorney at aw. .ce
career of Smithfield and sth !Is., Pittsburgh.
Collections made. A I business entrusted to Ills
ate Will he promptly attended to.
fit) IV--1 r
E V 4.L —R. Morrow, Alderman; olfx o nort li
bide of fifth st., between Wood and Smithfield
''f-_ -- ----
. S. R. HOLM ES, Office in Second seet ' next door
Kir., to Malvany 4- cu • sGlags Warehouse Sep 10-1 y
Paper Nanafacterers, No. 37. Market sep 10-1 y
OEN ANDERSON, Smlthfield Foundry, Water st..
sear the Monongahela House, rittsl urgh. sep 10-1 y
TalakS 311 YOUNG-. FItANcIS 1.. YOUNG.
Illllo*. 13. YOUNG & CO., Furnituie %Vara
.itooins, (Artier a [land St. 4- Exchange Alley.
Tersoue wishing tO pfireluase rfirniltire, will find it to
heiradvantage to give no it call, being fully sat tsfied that
we can pleaae a. to quility and price. Lep It)
BBLS. PLAN PATIOS SIOLASe , LIS. receiver:
UP itet Steamers Little- Sear and Fulton, and tor
.laie .1 O. 4- A. GORDON
star RT. 12 Water street
Nicaokis D. CoLtaLpi Lori) R. COLIMA/I
COLEMAN it CO.,Gene:4 Agents, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants Levee Street. Vicksburg
Miss They respectfully soAct t < onsignments. n 22-
WEBB-CLOSEYO Boot and Shoe lilanttfacio•
ry,'No. 83 Fourth St., next door to the U. States
Atoka Ladies Prunelia, Kid and Satin Shoes ntade in
!pm neatest manner, and by the newestirrench patterns.
GARDEN TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Nancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels, Edding Tools, Budding
IC *Pres, Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., just re
geived and for sale by F. L. SNOWDEN , .
aep 10 134 Liberty street, head of Wood.
- - ----
kGISTRATES"BLANKS, for proccedinqs to .at
ifich.sw. under the late law, for sale at Oils Office
1110P_LANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, &C.—
*San 'to be used in Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
.gesi piper t and in the Corms approved by the Doti rt,for sale
t ONO Nike of the Mercury and Democrat. aep 10
WM. HUBBARD, ladies' fashionable boot and
ishOe Manufacturer.fio.lol, Third s'reet, between
Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh sep 10
JAS. I'ATTERBON, Jr., Birmingham, neat Piiis!ittrgh,
Pa., Manufacturer of Locks, flinaes and Bolts; To.
lacco, Foliar. MITI and Timber Screws; Housen Screws for
Kornai, Mills, 4e. Itep 10-4 y
JMICLOSKEY, Tailor cLud Clothier, Lilier.y
a." street, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South oitlei
j . G. t A. GORDON. Commission and Forwarding
di a Merchants, Water st., Pittsburgh. sep 10-1 y
Bitiminghairn & Co.
A movittssioN AND lORW4RDLYO ME.R.
VLF MINTS, No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.
Tenowrititeihrin acid Shipping 5 cents per 100 lbs.
Csigristallous on Purchases and sales 23 per cent.
• S. MORROW,
NI.4IO7PACTURER of tin, Copper andsheet Iron.
Ware, No. 17, Fifth St., between Wood and Mar-
Keeps constantly on hand a ?.,00d as sot talent of scares,
aad soligtaar slave of public patronage, Also. os hand,
" 1 "` sbefetiaattog *diciest Shovels. Pokers, Tones, Gridirons,
)4114 1 44. Teakettle% Pots, Ovens. Coffee /kills tc. Mer•
‘iicact,f awl sabers are invited to call and examine for
beassel,rato as Ise is desert:Waft tosill cheap for cash' or
I)AtiILY: -- MORNINV__..!'ONT
lIAILMAN, JENNINGS & Co,
wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro-
And Dealers it Pittsburgh. Alaasfecturcs
No, 43 Wood street, rlttsbutllt
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Wood street.
Ageptsfor the ale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
March 17, '43.
THONIMON HANNA /AXIS TURHIIVt. L.
'IAN NA .4. TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse, N.
104, Wood st., where may he had a general supply
of writing, wrapping. printing, wall paper, blank books,
aehool books, 4.c,4.c. sup 10-1 y
8, 4 0
DI C. TOWN-413ND 4. CO., Wire Workers and
/Lb alotufatekrers, No. 43 Martin wreet, betweenld
and 3d streets. sep 10-4 y
L.XCH ANC E HOTEL, Corner of Penn and at. Clair
streete, by Mc%IBBIN itt SMITH.
rep I 0-1 y
ftROWNSVILLE JUNIATA IRON WORKS.--Ed
ward Hiiettes. Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25, Wood st., Pittsburgh. sap 10 —ly
E w GooDs._ r rest on 4. Mackey, wholesale and
L retail dealers in English, French, aid Domestic
Dry Goode, No. SI. Market st , Pittsburgh. sep 10
JOHN 31. 9 DEV ITT, Wholesale Grocer Rectift
Disulier, And Dealer in Produce and Pittsburgh
Mattoractured Articles, No. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts-
Sterik. sep 10
ILLIO6 ii. WILI,I'AMS JOllll. s. DLLWOR.III
. 45E DILWORTIL---W holesale
Grocers Produce and Com mission Merchants, and
lealrrs In Pittsburgh Manufactured article 4, No. 29,
Wood street. . , sep It)
JOHN .. JAF. N. Kx.r.x
& KEAN, Manufacturers of Copper.
1 , 0 Tin, and Sheet Iron' Warr. No 811, Front at., Fiila
hur7.l). [louse Spouting and ,Sicaiiiboat work promptly
rztcuted, acp 10
,nitFA AV ID SANDS, 11 ATCH ez CLOCK
1/ MAKER , " ho. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts.
DEALER IX WATCRES,CLOCKS,BREASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CRAWS, KEYS, COJIBS, 4,c.
sep 10 •
LAINIDRETIPS (%RI)EN SEEDS.— A full
supply of I.aod , cll)'s Gardeu Settd, , , always an
hand, and for sale ;,t iris a:,,cy lii. lit e
Fel) 10 184 Li he ty aireet, heat, or Wood.
RENIOVAL.—Mati hew Jones, Barber and Hair DI ens.
rr, hat remnved to Ft:utlast rept, orpo.ilettie May
ors oilier, where he will 6e happy to:wait upon itermanent
or transient cuss onicrt , . Ile zilicii9a share of public Igkt •
rounr. cep 10
Ea 4 corner
sep 10-1 y
JOLIN WFARL %ND, Upholsterer and Cabinet
Jlf..ker, Third st. between Wood 4. _Market streets,
respectful Infqrtns his friends and the public , that he
prepared to esecute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards. ilu •
reaus, Chairs, Tables, tledsteads, Stands., flair and
Mattrasses. Uurtains, Carpets, all sorts of Uphol.tering
worn, WhiCh he will warrant equal .o any wade in the
city , and on reasonable terms. sep 1U
REMOV.h/.!--The snhntibers have retnov.d 10 NV a.
ter between Wood and Smithfield sheets, where
they will ronliniie the 1V linlrsale Grocery and Coniintg
sion Itim s and would re.-1 Bully vnlo it the pal too•
age on heir friends J. W. 1W lath 14: ,si• Co.
DR. A. VV. P AT VERSON. ..?:Tice on Siiiittinelti street
neat t 6. Sep 10
FARE RLIICUI U. U. B. RIAU. Lisle orSiri,evii ANn
RAIL 110 AD CARF, from l'ittsshurgii, via Brill . ..rd.
ilarri.lnire and iimiraiitei, to Phil ',Mt
phia, COlillerling with thy lltailtrain offal' to N V.
6 tilY IAO tuii, s and one night out..
A iau, 111, Direct line to Ballioinie.
rare to Philadelphia 89.
Lcavns daily at R o'clock A. M ,
Office iiecood door below the Merchani itotel 00.1
MENDELL, GRAHAM, W AUG II 4 - ro.
-23, 1813-1 v. Proprktorg.
rilE GREAT CENTRAL ROU E, vl.l. NATIONAL
ROAD AND BALTIMORE. Asa 01110 RAIL ROAD
riV i Ew tine of U. s. M..il cmacheg for Hashing tun City.
i Balt imore. ph iladciphia and Nov York.
This line is in In!I operation end leavesPittshurgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. M., via Washington ?a. art national
road to Cumberland, cOnnectlng here with the rail road
Co's. to all the above places: Travellers will find this
a speedy and comfortable Joule, it being a - separate acd
distinct ritisbutgli and ruinherland line, facilities will he
afforded which have not been heretofore enjoyed. Ex
tra coaches foriththed at the shortest notice, tvito the
privilege of gting through direct. or taking cne night's
rest al their option
For tickets, apply at nor office at thehlononeahela
L. W. STCCK'I'ON•
President of S. R. Sloan Co.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES
FROM PITTSBURGH TO BALTIMORE AND
united States Express Line ,
Leaves flits: 'ugh dal'y, al 2 o'clock, e. xi, via Steam.
boat to Brownsville, thence in splendid new coaches to
Cumberland, over the great Nniiunal Road, and from
In superior new eight wheeled cars, to Baltimore,
Washington eHy and Philadelphia.
The alms , Line is represented to the traveling public
as tieing unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
dile+ for comfort and expedition, having made arrange
mews to convey Fie:mows through In two days, and
no night travel, either by Stage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of Only 75 miles Stage travelling, and 56
miles lees than the Wheeling route, and that In superb
Fare to Balliinoie,
Office in the Monotigaliel a !louse,
A. lIEN bErSON 4• CO.,
Singe Propi let°
IIVACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVF_S--TRUTIIIS
CONVINCING:- Having been afflicted fur nearly
two years, with a hard swelling on the cap of my knee,
which produird much pain, and used various applica
lions recommended by the Faculty—all in vain sva.
I cured completely by the use of one bottle of Dr . Brand
, ret li's Litratnent, or External Remedy.
Witness my hand JAMES TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan. 10111,1840.
Dr. Brandreth's Est...oat Remedy or Liniment; sold
at his office, N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRICE--
, 51. 1 cents per bottlit. feh 8.
J[IST RECEIVED, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finest quality. for sale %Vitt - desalt: and
retail. by WM, TIIORN,
feb 2:—tf. 53 Mai ket at.
20 000 LBS Cotton Yarns, assorted
-2,000 lbst. Bitting,
3,000 " Caudle Wick,
1,000 " Carpet Chain, and
500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
ry.. For sale by
HAILMA N, Jr,NNING';
Couoti Yarn Warehouse,
No. 43 Vood street.
I.I7M.I3LDER, Attorney at Lath.—(Mice in See-
V V owl itteet,2od doom above the elttner of Smithfield
Doi lb side. • ap.
ml d 3
PITTSBURGH, JULY 'l4, 1843.
PEASE'S I.IO.IRHOUND CANDY.—Ttrr - ux has
received this day front New York. a fresh supply o
the abase. celebrated cure fur Coughs, Colds and Con
sumptilin; and is ready to supply customers at wholesale
orratall, at hit Medical .I,felicy, 86 Fourth st.
DAVID CLARK, .olg'r, reasitionabie - Rss& Make-1%-
11as removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Seeoad and Third streets, where he would be tinkly
to see his olitenstoiners, and all others who feel dispoe
ed to patronize him. Ile uses nothin: Mit first rate
steel., and employs the best Of workmen; and sterns gives
Ids constant personal attention to businats, he truststiat
he will deserve and receive a fair stare of patronage.
FRUITS, ICE CREAM, CONFECTIONARY.r-
JU A Hunker respectfully Informs his friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of lee
Creams. together, with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits, in their semon, al his establishment—No. 11,
Fifth street, betwe it Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes, or anything in his line. Also families furnished
wit ti Bread. sep 10
VANS'S CAMOMILE PILL L S .—ABRA.
HAM .1. CLEM ER, residing at 66 Mott street,
New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in It. most
aggravated form. The symptoms were violent head•
ache, great debility , fever, costiveness, cough, heart.
burn, pain in the then and stomach always after eating,
Impaired appetite, sersation of sinking at the stomach,
furred tongue, naussa, with frequent vorniting,s, dizziness
towards OW and restleness. These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth, when, on consulting Dr. Wm.
Evens.loo Chatham street, and submitting to life ever
successful and agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
' was completely restored to health . ht the short space of
one moot li.and grateful tor the Incalculable benefit deriv.
ed, gladly came forward and volunteered the above stale
Igor sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. '6 ELLE4S, Agent,
No 20, Wood street, below second.
Cheap for Cash.
UNION COTTON KICTORY.
FAort Reol Yarn. Long Reol Yarn.
• . .
Su 5 at 14 Cis. per 111. 500 at 3 cis per dz.
6 al 14 ditto 600 at 9 ditto
7 at 14 ditto 700 at 6 ditto
at 14 ditto 80Q at 5 ditto
9 at 14 ditto 1 900 at 45 ditto
10 at 14 ditto . 1000 at 4 ditto
11 a: 14 ditto
12 at 11 ditto Candlewick at 15 emi per lb,
I.i at 141 dill(' Coin Batting , 3 ditto
14 at 15 ditto Faintly do. . 12 ditto
15 at 153 ditto •t3arp't. Chain . 18 ditto
. -16 at 11; - Jinn Corn To Inn . 25 ditto
' 17 at 16.1 dire Siankin! Warn and
18 at 17 ititto c overlet Yarn always on
19 al 171 ditto hand
20 as 13 ditto cotton Warpg wade to order.
l traders ii t t.ilii.i ty “ttead.d to, it . ii•ii at 1. kC.
Painter''. Logan k lienneo 'n. or the Pont office, addresa
feh ..'7. .1. K. M0011111"..11)4• Co,
Tll F. -ailh•riiher has realm , d rashionalde Tialoring
Establishment to tile Monoii2aluda house. 3d door
from ftr,d 61. on al.where hisoid eligtomert , and
all other, who may favor him with a rail may M prod on
haying their work done iii a superior kit yin. From
ng I cpeile.ore in the business in chy. an loony
other rishioualde cities in Europe and , iiierica, he feels
confident that him can give satisfaction to all who 1113 V
n 16111 whit their costoni. By tit ict attention
to hit, tie', unit sorktilait.iiiii. lie 11. pi.; to merit
and recrive a 'Owl'. of iitililir pntinnner. Hrictrnd keepii,g
on hand a supply of ircintls and trimmings sitiln'ile for the
usictocr liaJe w it he sold at very redoi ell prireN,
It. DON 'VMS'.
11' 1)0 II EitTr
I 1.4 T :10,1 tui r. 1.0 .! , 1 beiv , eeto
11. , 4,•1:1[1, 1 Zlx!). op 10— Cm.
A Psol.trrE 111:kf. ALL.
TRACTOR ien—lonalo.e, II u t only rii,e- entel.er,lnet
gives no addle onal pain. nor leaves a vear• flee is post
lively rend, - rat barllll ,, S. (ISIO ha , 'Well 011 . 1 rid
mom h.. , In arty per4on roittrnin.: anllllloy h o t. and ,ay
that all iez•mv till auoilitimi i. mu esti:l,l,qt i a few min
tiles )l' .oie from of II in s has claim
ed the ho l m, ) at rids aiesiou. to ot: - .rd against .^. , !11f.r1
injni at,t-avr mr, fori :111(1 prevent
their o:r , prin , ..! non. Kline I. •ored v I nrnV, Or even
small p . .c WI , / ti!.•• , , (il lhr euviali.e power to
replace 'Over Ittilory :.111. kr) 1.111 in PO by Ob•
IlliOl/12 11, FflIV , 1 . 0:111V drrF ly 'unit cases
itt the city :. nil one entire face burnt over and
wounded ;love I times in the saute gpnt while heal
ing, , yet in no ra., ,-,‘” be traced the least riratrice or
mark , Fo: tomb , of hurts Ito rap d effects are
l oco Minn, t.. ;eve, oore eves. all inflainatitms and bro
ken mild he unknown. The toilet and nursery,
for rl. ;trine t he skin of pimples. renioV:iiii chafe. etr., still
find it ititliqiensablc. (Inc u•litg only will forever esial
lish it thesovereign lIRAL ALL emaln y. After this no
tice, heads of families allowing loctale for months, and
ultimately els4torled features. Call never vi ipe away re•
pronely. justly uttered by a disabied child, for neglecting
to triumph over hie.
e• Entered areordinc to act of Congress. A. 11.1n41. by
Comstick 4- Co., In the Clerk's office of the District Court
of the States for tile Soothe' it District of New
Warranted the only si
Coinstork . 1trez..7 , 5: , ., N. - I'm , iiave he
come 11:e son winal, tale alents for M r ,n .Irrevrl
ea f‘, ...II All nrdeis mu-t br addre•sed to heal.
The tzenitine only to he had at TUTTI,Fr# Medical
Agency. 11 1 ; P..:rtlt street.. Nov 15
FURNITURE ViiAILE 800W8.
31 tlic old *land of YOUNG 4- JIicCURDY. No. 43
RESPECTFULLY in forma he friends of the late fun/
and the ptildie generally, that be le prepro ed to
fill all orders for Cabinet Work, of any kind, with all
erooible despatch, and warranted to be equal to any in
~;,,Every attention will he paid to 1 - n10,1141g coryiNS
• r. . when required. June 10, 1843
NAYLOR & CO.'S
BEST REFINED CAST STEEL.
THE undersigned, agents for the above celebrated
1 Oaten of Steel, will always keep on hand OR as
sortment of the same, consisting In
Best Refined Cast Sled, equated, flat,round and Ocinon
do ' do do do use . temper.
Extra do do du for ualf"cuitera,
Best ed Doable and Single Shear Sire
English Blister, German, Cr:mite. Wedge and Crawley
Steel, at wholesale, by the case. or ht smaller lots to stilt
purchasers. LYON, HUOILB .teo.
Foot of Wood !at,
NEW WHOLESALE CASH. STORE,
No. 99 Wood street.
Iglu:Ws:AN .10SE3 arc receiving constantly fresh
,appliesufseasonable Dry Goods which they will
con' inue to dispose of at eastern itrices,wlth the addition
of cart,tage, for carlt, par mars', 4Hilry.
Every merchant making purchases in the city With
' money ,is respectfully invited to call and cfnlfiltie our
goods, and the chances are ten to one against hint that
he will not consider his time and 'al or lust.
}laving adopted this system from n conviclt m that it
most he tothe advantage o rtitepu:ehaser, we trust it
may receive a fair trial, and be judged accordingly.
Jane 16—di in
WAM/ & BUNT, nettrirr3 Liberty street. n
few doors below St Clair epr 6 11134.
DANIEL M. CURRY, Attorney at Law. 'Jr.'
flee on 5111 st tet wcen IN'tB.o and Smithnetd. :in 8
S. W. Burbridge dr. Co.
CENTS for the sate of Beatty's Powder. Water st
Abetween Wood and Smithfield.
March 30, 1843.
W 1 LLIAM - 901 W LASS
EAT AND CAP BlAMH.lirdUll ER. Every descrlp
Unit allots and Caps on hand, andfoi sale, whole.
sale and retailattpriaes sult.tbe tinter, at the old stand
of Douala% if
. Atooro; 73 Wood street. Easy 30
WA. AD.kIR, Boot ind Shoe .Maker, Liberty St.
opposite the head of Stott Veld at., Pittatitigh.—
Thi subscriber haying bought out the stock of the late
Thomas Rafferty, deceased, has commenced business
in the old stand of Mr: R., and Is prepared to execute
all descriptions of work in his line, In the best manner
and on tile shortest notice. He keeps corstantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findings of alt deseiiptions and
of the best quality. He solleits the patronage of the nub•
lie and of the craft. WM. ADAIR.
sep 10 . . . .
end .rlites for Carriages at Eastern Prices.
The .subscribers mannfarture and keeps constantly on
band Conch, C end 1 Ilptie Springs (warranted;) Juniata
Iron Axtea; Silver and Brnst , ipktted Dash Frames, Braes
and plated Hub Rands, Fouinp joints, Patent Leather,
Sllver and Pra.n taring, Three raid Eters, Malleable
Iron, Door Dandles and Hinges. &c ,kr.
• JONEff & DOLTIMAN.
re 10 Qt. Clair it.. near It p itethrity Brldar.
LOOK AT THIS
Tice attention 41 ho e who have been somewhat seep•
deal in reference to the nuttierntis certificates published
la favor °Mr. Swavne's Cnmpound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry,on nccouthi nf the persona being unknown in this see
lion or the State, is respectfully directed to the following
certificate, the writer of which has been a citizen of this
borough for several years, and is known an a gentleman
otintegrity and responsibility.
To the Agent, Mr. J. KIR BY.
I have used Dr. Swrivne's Comp and Syrup of Wild
Cherry for a caught. with which 1 have been severely a(
Bided rot' *bout four months, and I have no hesitation
In saying that it lathy moat effective medicine that I have
been able to procure. It composes ell uneasiness, and
agrees well with my diet,—and mantains a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend it to all others
similarly afflicted. J. Aliantric. Borough of Chambersb'ir.
Itiareli9. rep 2.3
For sate by WII.I.IAM TitORN No. 53 Market street.
WILLIAM C. WA lA.. Plain and Fanc!! Portrait
sold ' Piet are Frame Manufacturer, No: 87,
Fourth. Siren, Pertqb , / , ,7h. firnslirF
c.. for Ari kis: always on hand. tnnliln2 kr,
promptly framed to order. Repairing done at the short
Partieninvntiention patd lo rm,.ildind and Jobbing ofev
Persons tittinc np Firani float , or bones will find It
Ineirativant - ar to call. Rep 10
STRELE, (sneeessor to IL Pnsh.
Yr io.ot'l Root Maher, Littertv si., 21 t'nor from
Alley. The subscriber re.pertlntio informs the
plublic that he has commenced the above business in the
shop formerly occupied by Mr. henry Mr,loskey.
Ind that he is now prepared to attend to all orders in bit
line of business with despatch and on the most reasonable
terms. From his lons experienee In the mannfaeinre of
Fashionable Boots, he feels confident that all articles
from his establishment will sive satisfaction to his Pa
Irons. A shale or public patronage is respectfully soliett.
I • sep
SEEDS A f eirt ..ulply of rtsri Seeds. eon
inr: of Canarc , Inmand non.; Joe) received by
fel) 3. F 'L SNOWDEN, 148 Liberty t.
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
ROOK BINDERS AND PAPER RULERS,
CIONTINUE Inpottesz: at the stnnd late of MeCandtrg
Johnson. Every de.critition or work in their tin,
and promMi y executed may P— ly
11 11. S ELLERS, M. D.,oftlee aid dwellin! in Fourli
neat Ferry stieet. sop 13-1 y
NEW YORK DYER
11131F,A, would regpeclftilly inform 10 , 4 friends
I `tan the piddle in :tetterat,t hat lie dies I,3die,' dreises.
lilaldis and Mantels of r very description, black--and
l tswareenals it cu. n o t 10 swot, owl tio look equal to nor
coed , . fly ,1)1-4 f,racy color; of all deseriptiatti on silk
and carpet yarn. Also, clean , anti resiores the colors
of so at , to re b einhle new guochi.
Mr. 11. flatirra out he can please the public,
lie has done an exiensiv,lnisiners in New York fop
nerity ,t a r.t., All work done on moderate terms at his
rstolitishieent to sth st. between Vl , 'utiti and ftmillifield
ne ,r line Theatre,
Thi. is to ccrtiry that (lEEE MIME"; has
done work ler us, whi• li has fully uti•iiv• red our
expcctatiun , , arid we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, ‘Vin. Barnes, J. B• Slittrtleff,
David II .11, B. F. M Davi B iies. Josctil
French, jr , Andrew Purdy, W. B. Boies, Wm
Puriur, 11 11. Smith, Henry JuYetiY, A. Shockey,.
jr., Joseph Vera, George Barne..i. up 30 h.
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
THREE BIG DOORS
Tncsubscriber wrelld respectfully Inform his custo
tners and the public generally, that notwithstanding
the unprecedented sales at the. There Dig Doors, during
the present season: he has still on band the largest and
most varied assortment of elegant CLOTH ING that can
Le bought %yr . !, of the mountains. Tile l'ulilic nut% rest
assured that all arlieleo oifer4Nl 01 his slow are Manufac
tured from 1"1:1 , .: 1 11 COOT,S, purchased it, the Ca:lerii
markets Ibis Sp mg and made into garments by rills
In roils• tin( ore iil the n lilt iill Tat iiin of ~ .l.ip shops in
our city. tilted with p-i wn•brolters clothes:lad the musty.
cast off garment A of former seasons. from the ril.il . lll ci.
lie., the public should be cautious to nscetta , n thr 'liar
atter of thee.ialdistiments in which they art Invited to
putt-have, I.rfore they part with their money. The err
I t ides offered at several or the concerns in this city. are
the mere opals of New York and Philadelphia slop
shops, and sent out here to he palmed cif(' on the Pills .
burgh public. Purchasers should be oa their guard a.
gainst these improitions, and they may rely on the fact
that no e.tablisiltmeni that milted hies eastern made etnt' •
ing, can give as good am attiele or as- advantageous bar.
gains as can be had at the "Three Rig Doors."
The public will please remenilwr that all the sabscri•
tier's p timer is are made in this city, by competent work•
tarn, rod 1101 gathcird UT I,ke the cools now offered by I
the i•birds of pilotage" front the shreds and patches of
eastern slop shop.. It will always be his endeavor to
maintain the re,mnation that the •••Phree Big Doors'
have obtaines, for furnithing, .1 superior style of CLOTH
INC in every respect, an I at prices below those of any
Hewould again return his thanks In his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage 1-estowed
upon his establishment, and believing that they have
found It totheir advantage to deal with him, he would
repeat lilt Invitation to all !bole s Ito wish to purchase
Clothing 0f every description at the lowest mire In call
at N 0.151, LIIIIRTT ST. JOHN M'CLOSK V.
fu -Observe Metal Plate in the naveinonl. a; 26.
J. 9.1, P. S W. H.911.47.RN 4- JOHN F. JE,VX/X0 S
have entered tato partnership for the purpose Of
transacting a WholesaleGroury; Cloduce and t`,..orniuta,
sion business under the Arm and style of lIAILMAN.
JENNINGS ¢ Co..at No 43 Wood street, opposite the
Merchants liot el, where a supply orGroce rtes and Pitts
burgh tilanufae itred Aritclettran always be had on She
al terms. March 17 '43.
R AN I) 1V Alt REN
The canal packet ERIE, J. M. Shaw master, will tun
us regul r tri.weeltlq picket between the atom minted
lxints. leaves Beaver ou Mondays, Wednesdays, Frida
Morning, tenets Warren on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
f , aturdays; connecting with the Stage Lines to Cleveland
direct. For freight or passage apply on board or to
BIRMINGHAM & CO., Pit tsbur gh
. J. S. DiCIiEY, Beaver.
WM. E. A u6T tti , Attorney at La w ,ril tsburg It , Pa.
(Ace In 4th street, opposite Burke's Building.
WILLIAM E. Aunt., Esq., wit' ...;ive histatent ion t sly
unfiniihed husiners, and I recommend him mu the patron
age of my frtemis. Vi' AI. TES FOR VII AR D.
11106ITTSRURG8 CIRCULATING AND REFERENCE
LIBRARY of Rellgious.Histoilcal,rolltleal,and Mis•
cellaneous Works, will be open every day, Saliba% h ex.
cepted, "rilin 7 o'clotk, A. M,,untfl 3, P. M., In the ti
changeßulldlnig,cornee of St lelalr sirectand Exchanse
alley. wnere2nticival attendance wilt t•i , given by
scp 10 G EMAIL.
TO DR. RRANDRETEPS AGENTS
The ollice in Pitirburgh, which was established fur
the purpose of constituting agents in the west. having
accomplished that object. Is now closed, and Mr. G. D.
LEE, In the Diamond, Market street. appointed my
agent for the tale of my Pills and Liniments. Ail Dr.
Brandretli's agents wilt, therefore, understand that Dr.
B. willsend a travelling agent through the country once
a year tocolleet moneys for sales made and re supply
agents. The said traveler will be provided with
power of aildriiey.dilly proved before the Clerk of the
city and county of New York : , together with all the ne.
cessary vouchers and papers.
Mr. J. J. Yoe is my traveling agent now in Penn.
sylvanta. B. BRANDEETII, M. D.
N B.—Remember Mr. C. A. LEE, In the rear of the
Market is now my only agent in Pittsburgh.
BUILDING LOTS IN BIRMINGHAM.
13 LOTS,suitable for building, most eligibly situated,
and within two minutes walk of the Steam Ferry
Boat Lasdiwg, will be sold at prices to suit the times.
The lerms of payment will be made easy, either for cash
or such barter ict can be made available. Apply to the
subscriber in Birmingham, or Mr. P. Peterson, No. 4,
Perry street, Pittsburgh. JAS. PATTERSON, JR.
June 1. -
Travelers should ,elect Boats provided with Evans
Safety Guards, fur preventing Explosion of Steam
IT would lie well for the traveling community to beat
in mind that their security depends entirely upon
their own encouragement of boats taut have or may be
at the expense of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every individual making such selec ion is coml.:Lu
ting towards a general illirothittion of an invention ad
mitted by all men Who undetstand the principles of the
Steam Engine, to be a sure preventative against those
dreadful disasters Ida have co !Maly, iu the hundreds
of ex plosions that have already taken plaee, their:limos'
daily occurrence, and the thousands of lives that have
already been lost, a sufficient warning, and inducement
to make Inquiry for a Safety guard Boat, and in every
case to . eive It the preference. They have went to an
a dditioaal expense that your lives may be secure Ought
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree Of liberality, and by your preference show that
yun appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop this Siv•
fut sacrifice of human lift They do not charge more
I ililll other boats; their accommodations in other respects
are equal, and in many cages superior; and as there is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will you run
any risk, when it is so com tetety in your own power
to avoid those disasters;.
Alt bows marked thus [rid in the List of Arrivals and
Del a rtureg, in another part of this paler, are supplied
with the Safety Guar I.
List of Boats provided with the Safety Guard.
AGNES. M ICIIIGAN,
ANI A It. ANTI', MARIETTA.
BREAKWATER MUNGO PARK,
CECILIA, M ON TGO MEY
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
C A D DO, N A R AGANSETT,
DUKE of ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
DUQUESN E, OSPREY,
EXPRESS MAIL, ORPHAN BOY,
EC IA PSE, WHO,
FOR MOS'A, ORLEANS,
GA I.ENA. QUEEN of the SOUTH,
J. IL BILLS, ROWI NA.
IDA, SARAH ANN,
INDIAN QUEFN, SARATOGA,
ILLINOIS, SA " - ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, '' LLE Y RAND,
VICTItE S, ALLEY FORGE,
WEST WIND. ASHLAND,
Ilia DG EWATE.R MISSOURI. MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWIN HICK MAN, EMMA,
GENL. BROOK, TOBACCO in ANT
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE.
BRUNETTE, GOLD NIBI AN 1.
EG ULA R ' P AoKETS;
swi(lFurr, Rob Master, leaves every
rliiiisday at 10 o'clock a. ni
The Cutter, Collins, Master, Laves every Friday at
10 o'clock n, nt
The Nlutogomery, Bennett, Master, leaves every Sal.
uiday at 10 o'clock a. in.
The Express, Parkinson, !tlaster, leaves every Sun•
day at 10 o'clock a. ni,
JOHN` BIRMINGHAM & CO.
may 20. slgexu.
J. M. -Sanderson & Son,
FRANKLIN TIOUSE,PIIILADELPHI A.
/lOM's ctegant establishment has been in operation due.
JL ing the last nine months, and notwithstanding the
general depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed the approbation of the public sad yielded to the pro.
prietors &Jolt compensation for their labor and alien
lion. Its location being In Chestnut sliest, tit the
mediate neighborhood of the Post office, the Exchange,
ranks, the Steamboat landing, the most business pat
51aiket street and the places of amusement, it presents
to the businc-.5 community or these visiting the city on
pleasure, all the farilittes and coiutbrts AO deSirahiC to
the travelling public. Its arrangment, also, enables the
to regulate his expenses, and to live in a style 01
elegance or economy stilted to Ms notions or disposition.
The facility of procuring ments at any hour, and of gm.
ting that which the appetite craves, is also a saver of
lilac which the business portion (lithe guests Know how
to appreciate. The proprietors, therefore, solicit the
Muttons of their old friAndsond promise a cutittnuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
p 25-3 m.
lyC recom siebrated mended toth Femal
e e Pills. These
arestr notice of
the ladies pita safe and efficient remedy In removing
those complaints peculiar to their sex, from tient of ex•
creise, orcenetal dehitity of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract nil Hysterical and Nervous
affections: These - Pulls have mined the sanction and
approbation of titu most eminent Physicians in the 1.513/-
led States, and many Mothers. Finnic Wholwale and
aetnit. by R. E. SELLERS. Agent.
gep 10 No. 20. Wood Street.itelow Second
LOOK 'AT THIS.
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGAR STORE.
J. FULLERTON ,
No. 146 Wood street, one door above Sixth.
KEEPS constantly on band all Wilds of the best
Spanti It Cigar,. Rc,galiaa, Cusacia , ce, Cacmcoics,
Trabucas, Principe& -
Also, half Snattibli and Common icare.
Tobacco of 311 the le,t brands: Cavendish, 5a lump;
Rattiranre Pia:, 1.1,: and IC-t, lump,
Also. itlim. Miller's Fine Cut Chewing Tnhacro.
Sitikrar SISK!. Scotch, Macmillan, High Tuast, Sce,
Ile bat; also, all, other articles In his line, which he
f` CALL - wholcrale and retail at the totemt cash prices,
CALL - AND SEE.
PRICE TWO CENT&
DAILY MORNING _POST
flow the Country prospers wittiont ii
In the days of the United Statai
we used to hear much about the irregu
larity: of the exchange's, the want Ofil“ls4ir,
and the general depression of businea'crevi
ated by those two difficulties: And VFW
the Democrats were endeavoring tii,'ffa
the country of the great financial recrneter,
no other sounds so continually grated die
ears as declarations of the impossibility
carrying on the business of the peoplii
without a national institution to , iregtiliti
the exchanges" and give us a "bound arra
rency." These were standing argument
in favor of a bank, and they were the grosi
levers by which public opiniCh was to bis
moved to repudiate the Democratic policy,
and give the Government into the hands of
the Whigs: Huw often,, then, have we
heard the complaint that without a hatioo
al bank, the exchanges would be so irrege
ular and the balances of trande so decided;
ly against us, that all the specie which could
be had, would be sent to foreign countriest
Now witness the result! View the falsity
of those Whig predictions! The bank bee
been dead—irretrievably dead—for more
than two years, and trade aild halite**
learned how to regulate themselVei, ais tJ*
Democrats all along contended they Would . *
as soon as the bank should be out of Way s
and they would have a fair field. More
than twenty millions of dollars in specie
arrived in this country between the first
of January and the middle of Mayl while
two per cent. discount; accordin . g to the
New York Courier and Enciutrr, the
leading bank paper in the Union; been the
greatest difference of exchanges betweeit
New York and New Orleans! This is the
effect of the Democratic policy! Wttit
can the poor Whigs say to it! No wonder
that a National Bank has becothe an "Obit
solete idea." A high tariff for "protection' i
must soon meet the same fate. The great
pillars of Whiggery are at last crutabliiit
under the tottering mass, and soon there
will be nothing left but a shapeless heap of
Ingenuity of a Glass Blowt+.—
Empt-ror wished to illuminate the Alele
ander column in a grand style; and the
size of the round lamps was indiCated. and
the glasses bespoken at this manufactory;
where the workmen exerted themselVes in
vain, and almost blew the breath out of
their bodies in the endeavor to tattle - the
desired magnitude. The commission must
be executed, that was self-evident: but
howl A great premium was offered to who
ever should some the problem. Again the
human bellows toiled and puffed; their ob
ject seemed unattainable; when at length
a long bearded Russian stepped forward
and declared that he could do it; he had
strong and sound !ungs, he would oeiy
rinse his mouth first with a little cold wa•
ter to refresh them. He applied his mouth
to the pipe and puffed to such a purpose
that the vistreous ball smelled to nearly
the required dimensions—up to it—bsyoad
it. 'Hold, hold,' cried the lookers on,
'you are doing too much, and how did you
do it alll"The matter is simple enough,
answered the long beard; 'but first where
is my premium 1 And when he had clutch•
ed the promised bounty, he explained. He
had retained some of the water in his
mouth; which had passed therms into the
glowing ball, and there becoming Stem
had rendered him this good Genies.--
4 I 22
The Allentown Bank.—We learn twit'
Allentown that when the committee ap
pointed to faked posseion of the effects nk,
the above Bank, entered the bankinfl,_
house to perform :he duties of their, ap
pointment, all they could find was a let t ; ;
empty boxes, old desks and chairs: The-,
Swartwouting during the last tulip!,
I months in that institution must hive Aitken
an improvement upon all others. A.
mor has just reached town, that John nice
the President of the Bank, was apprehen- .
ded on Tuesday last and committed toll's,
Lehigh County jail, charged witn ernbei.r,.
zlements to a large amount.-IVorthanipts •
ton Pa• Weer,
It cannot be too frequently reiteiateia
that the business of the press is with facts
and principles, not motives—that autvcause
even of truth is not to be cartied forward
by denunciation and epithet—that person.
alities and abuse invariably recoil upon
these who use these weapons; and upon
the object in aid of which they are brought
into requisition. 'ln the language of in*
Pennsylvanian, .'to be practically useful itt
his day and generation, one must be entik
tent to walk somewhat side by side with
his fellow-man—to draw him forward by
gentle steps—instead of rushing far in ad
vance. leaping Alpine chasms, and calling
upon his unpractised feet to follevr."—At
b any .Irgus.
Increase of the British Arnsy.—The dr
ruler of February last, for the reduction of
the British army, has been cancelled. All
the regiments in the service, with the ex.
ception of those in India and China and
New South Wales, and those hating tiro
b a ttali o ns, are to he augmented from eev.
en hundred and forty to eight hundred
rank and file.
The Natchez Laurier of June 20th, say*
.We learn yesterday that the lavee 1244
broken through at Hard Times, aud .that,
great distruction was being donwhy
.th . *
water," Many people would rejoke
hard times had been entirely swept away.; s
N.Y.; True Su* A