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THOS. PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH,
X. W. CORNER OF WOOD 4. FIFTH STS
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PUBLIC OFFI C ES, &C:
('ctrl PONT Orrice. Third between Market and Wood
atierts—R.fr Riddle, Postmaster.
Corm%'Roost, Water, 4th door (row Wood at. Peter.
opal handling—Major John Wi hock, Collector.
Wm' TObailor", Wood between First and Second
streets—Jiihtea A. Bertram, Treasurer.
(loom TiLASORT, Third street, next door to the
. ritird riPabytertan Church—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
4 , llLtroa's Orries, Fourth, between Market and Wood
streets—Alexander Ray, Mayor.
lilastestadTte EICHANOK. Fourth, near Market at:
'Prersavaaa,tietween Market and Wood streets, on
risird sad Fourth streets.
limetworrs' &RD MARCPACTURRRS' ♦ND FARMERS' DL•
ritokr,Hmet, (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, between
Mom, and Market streets.
Szeneitatt. Filllinnet. near Wood.
Mortonaancts Flom, Water street, near the Bridge.
EXClnaltitZ Horst, corner of Penn and St. Clair.
l~teceatrrs' Korea , Varner Of Third and Wood.
AusittoAx Heintz, cc: Third and Smithfield.
2. Thorns &carat, corner of Penn street and Canal.
S Emits, Liberty street, near Seventh.
Umtata' Mansion House, Liberty St. opposite Wayne
..Bneinarcntrr tits.x.non Mose, Penn St. opposite Cans%
to Bakewell's mikes on Grant st., neatly opposite
Mite mew Court House, neat rooms to John D. Mahon,
dip,—First door. sap 10
frau TONER, Alto; nee at Law, North East corner
(Smithfield and Fourth streets. se p 1 0-1 y
MC ',AND ES'S & 111 , CLURE, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law: Office in the Diamond, hack
itthe old Court floo.e.Pitteburgh• sep 10
11121311NK. it FINDLAY. Attorneys at Law, Fourth st.,
IJ above Wood, Pittsburgh. it 10-Iy,
HOS. HAMILTON, Attorney at Law, Fifth, between
Wood and Smithfield sts., Pittsburgh. sep 10-1 y
M. oni.A.ark ROBINSON, Attorney at Law;
Office on the north side of the Diamond,between
Jacket tad Union streets, upstairs sep 10
MI. DURBORAW, Attorney at Law; tenders
s his professional services to the. public. (Mice on
SIM Street, above Wood, Pittplorrgli, sPp 10
EYd'rER 4 [SUCH bNAN, Attorneys at Law, Office
removed from the Diamond, to ••Attitrney'atocv,"
ladyrideof Fourth street, between Markel and Wood
*Meta rep 10
BIJCSMASTER, ATIRNEY AT LAW,
111 . has removed his office to Beares's Law Bulld—
ogs. Fourth street, above Smithfield, Pittsburgh.
. pep 10
GEORGE W. LAYNO, Attorney et Law, Office
Nn.54 Fifth street, near the Theatre, Pitttß;nsr:h,
READE W ASHINGTON,
ITTORNEk lIT LAW. —Office In Bakewell'a Building
Grist street, Pittsburgh. Nov. 5, 1842.
lr-OHN J. MITCHELL—Attorney at Law, office
IN corner of Smithfield and sth rts., Pittsburgh.
Collection made. A:l business entrusted to his
are will be promptly attended to,
1141.110VAL.-11. Morrow, Alderman; oMis north
1111 , Moo( P1(11 ,t., between Wood and SMitbfield
U. Pittsburgh. up
FILL B. R. HOLM ES, Office In Second street, next door
Lir to maivany it Co's Glass Warehouse sep 10-1 y
JOHNS CON 4 STOCKTON, Booksellers, Printers an
Piper Manufacturers, No. 37, Market st. sep 10.1 y
TJUN ANDERSON, Smithfield. Foundry, Water at..
Dear the Monongahela House, Plttsturgh. rep 10-1 y
THOMAS R YOUNG. FRANCIS L. YOUNG.
411108. B. YOUNG & CO., Furniture Ware
11 Rooms, t,oriscr of Hand at. i f Exchange Alley.
Persons wishing to purchase Furniture, will find It to
heir advantage to give us a call, being fully aaiisfied that
we can pleaze as to quality and price. se p 10
6g lIBLS. PLANTATION MOLASSES. received
UV per Steamers Little Ben and Fulton, and for
J. G. 4. A. GORDON
12 Water street
Siscmoz.ss D. Co • Lan) R. COLUIAW
COLEMA' CO.,Cienera Agents, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants. Levee Street, Vicksburg
kiss They respectfullyso.tct t consignments. n 23-
Nviens CLOSET ' S Boot and Shoe Manufacio
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., next door to the U. States
Ladles Prunella, Kid and Satin Shoes mad. .n
ate neatest manner, and by the newestlFrench patterns.
GARDEN TOOLS, consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Transplanting Trowels, Edding Tools, Budding
1K owes, Pruning Knives, Pruning Shears, etc., just re.
-teeired and for sale by P. L. SNOWDEN.
sep 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
At ISTRATEVEILANKS, for proceedings in 41
IVA taellaseat under Unlace law,for sale at this Office
BLANK PLTITIONS, NOTICES, &C.—
To be used in Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on
good rapes And In the forms approved by the Court,for sate
t Ike °Mee or the Mercury and Democrat. imp 10
M. HUBBARD, Ladles' fashionable boot and
shoe • Minufacturer, No. 101, Third crest, between
Wind and Smithfield etreets, Pittsburpn asp 10
TAB, PATTERSON, Jr., Birmingham, near Pittsburgh,
J Pa., Manufacturer of Locks, Hinges and Bolts; To.
Inez°, Faller, Milt and Timber Screws; Housen Screws (or
Rolling Mills, 4.c. Sep 10-4 Y
JOHN BPCLOSHEY,TaiIir and Cknltier, Liber.y
SIP street, between Sixth and Virgin alley, South side,
G. A. GORDON. Commission and Forwarding
Merchants, Water it.. Pittsburgh. sep 10-1 y
Birmingham & Co. •
C°REMISSION AND FORW4RDING AMR.
cli f orrs, No. 60 Water street, Pittsburgh Pa.
Tarms;-4teceiving and Shipping 5 cents per 100 lbs.
COIIIOIIIIBIOIIIII on Purchases and sales per cent.
S. MORROW ,
m.vermscrußEß of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
Wire, No, 17, Fifth at., between Wood and Mar—
Keepseonstaatly on hand a good 11110( Linen t o f mares,
and WWI' a share of public patronage. Also, on hand,
tbefeNewing anklet: Shovels, Pokers, Tongs, Gridirons,
=l, Teakettiss, Pots; Ovens, Coffee Mills 4c. Men.
gat - 110101t are htvited to call and - examine for
themssliva. as be is opter Psi LOMA ChmiP for tilt' or
i - '
HAILMAN, JENNINGS & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
dad Dialers in Pitisbarga Naarfvelaree
No, 43 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
H AMMAN, JENNINGS & Co.,
Cotton Yarn Warehouse,
N 0.43 Wood street.
A gents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
TRUNNION FIANNA JANIS TURNBULL.
HANNA TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse, No.
104, Wood at., where may be bad a general supply
of writing. wrapping. printing, wall paper, blank books,
school books, te, 4 e. Sep 10—ly
C. TO WN..4END 4- CO.. Wire Workers egad
R. Xanujoeturere, No. 2.3 Market street, between 2d
and 3d streets. sep 10-1 y
11XCHANGE FIOTEL, Corner of Penn and St. Clair
114 streets, by McKIBBIN 4 SMITH.
•ep 10-1 y
BROWNSVILLE JUNIATA IRON WORKS.--Ed
ward Hughes. Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
Warehouse N 0.25. Wood st., Pittsburgh. sep 10 —ly
VEW GOODS. —Preston 4- Mackey, wholesale and
IN retail dealers in English, French, and Domestic
Dry Goods, No. $l, Market at , Pittsburgh. cep 10
JOHM APDEVITT, Wholesale Grocer Rectifying
Distiller, And Dealer In Produce and Pittsburgh
Manufactured Articles, Ns. 224 Liberty Street, Pitts
burg h. sep 10
WILLIAIN H. WILLI/NB Joni. S. DILWORIEI
WI LLI A DILWOR'rH.-W holesa lc
Grocers Producc and Commission Merchants, and
dealers In Pittsburgh Manufactured articles, No. 29,
Wood street. Sep 10,
JOHN B.SHIRIPT JAS. N. }CRAP(
SHERIFF dr KEAN, Manufacturers of Copper.
Ten, and Sheet Iron Ware. No. 80, Front et., Fitts.
burgh. !louse Spouting and Steamboat work promptly
AVID SANDS, It ATCH 45r, CLOCK
MAKER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts.
DEALER IN WATCIIES,CLOCKS, RR EASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CHAINS, KEYS, COMBS, 4c.
LAN DRETH'S GARDEN SE EDS.— A Cull
supply of Landreth's Garden Seeds, always on
hand, and for sale at his agency the Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty street, head of Wood
REMOVAL—Matthew Jones, Barber and Hair Dress
er, has removed to Fourth street, oppositethe May
ors office, where he will he happy Lot.walt upon pernianen
or transient customers. He Aullcits a share of pnbtic oat
ronage. sep 10
JOIIN 111PPARLA.NIN Upholsterer and Cabinet
Maker, Third st. between Wood 4- Market streets,
respectful informs his friends and the public that he is
prepared to execute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards, Bu
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, Hafr and Spring
Mattrasses, Curtains, Carpets, all sorts of Upholstering
work, which he will warrant equal .0 any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. sep 10
REMOVAL;—The subscribers have removed to Wa.
ter between Wood and Smithfield streets, where
they will continue the Wholesale Grocery and Commis
sion bitginess and would re , perifully solicit the patron.
age of their friends J. W. SURSIIIDC E Co.
DR. A. W. PAT I'ERSON , 711ce on Smithfield street
near Sixth. sen 10
18 . .•=g,l 43
FARE REDUDED. 11. S. M•tL Luce or Sysors •ND
R•IL ROAD CAR!, from issburgh, via Bedford,
Chanibershurg, Ilarriiiiiirg and Lancaster, to Philadel.
pith, connecting with the MaAt train of Cars to N V.
c. Only 130 milesstazimt and one'lllght odt.
Also. the Direct line to Baltimore.
Pare to Philadelphia • $9.
Leaves daily at R o'clock A. M,
Office second door hefuw the Merchants Dote! Wood st.
MENDELL. GUAHARL WAUGH k Co.
feb 23,1843-Iy. Proprietors.
THE GREAT CENTRAL ROU E, NATIONAL
ROAD AND BALTIMORE ARO .OHIO RAIL ROAD
t= . l., ter.
: 2 11/; .' n •
NSFr line of U. S. Moil Coaches for Washington City,
Baltimore, Phifadeipkis and New York.
This line k in full operation and leaves Pittsburgh daily
at 6 o'clock A. M., via Washington Pa. anti national
road to Cumberland, connecting here with the rail road
Co's. to all the above places: Travellers will ftnd this
a speedy and comfortable route, ft being a separate and
distinct Pittsburgh and Cumberland line, facilities will he
afforded which have not been heretofore enjoyed. Ex
tra coaches furnished at the shortest notice, wito the
privacy of going through direct, or taking cne night's
rest at their option.
For tickets, apply at our office at thertionongabela
House. L. W. STOCKTON ,
Feb. 3d--dtf. President of N. R. Stage Co.
ENTIRE NEW COACHES!
FROM PITTSBURGH TO BALTIMORE AND
United States Express Liae ,
Leaves Plttsbnrgh daily, at 2 o'clock, e. m, via Steam.
bost. to Brownsville, thence In splendid new coaches to
Cumberland, over the great National Road, and front
in super!or new eight wheeled ears, to Baltimore
Washington City and Philadelphia.
The ahow Line is represented to the traveling public
as being unequalled between the Ohio River and Eastern
cities for comfort and expedition, having made arrange.
ments to convey passengers through in two days, and
no night travel, either by Stage or Railroad Cars.—
Think of it! Only '75 miles Stage -trittelllng, and .56
miles less than the Wheeling route, and that In superb
Fare to Baltlrno!e, CO.
Office la the Monongahela DouFe.
A. HENDERSON 4 CO.,
ml d 3
Ft i c C o TS lrv s i p jv. s c A r s x .r . R H T 3 li v r ag ..MAT n L VE i . e S i — ed Tß
for nea ll r i ly B
two years, with a bard swelling on this cap of my knee.
which produced mach pain, and used various applica
lions recommended by the Faculty all In vain was
cured completely by the use of one bottle of Dr. Brand.
rel h's Linament, or External Remedy.
Witness my hand JAM TAYLOR,
Ohio tp Allegheny co, Pa. Jan. 10th, 1840.
Dr. Brandreth's External Remedy or Linament; sold
at his office, N 0.98 Wood street, Pittsburgh, PRI CE
-50 cents per bottle. feb 8.
JUST RECEIVED, Twelve boxes of Oranges and
Lemons, of the finestquality. for sale wholesale and
retail, by WM. THORN,
feb 53 Market et.
2Q-2000 LBS Cotton Yarns, assorted
2,uuo Ibm. Batting,
2,000 " Candle Wick,
1,000 " Carpet Chain, and
I 500 " Cotton Twine. From the Eagle Facto
ry. For sale by
HAILMAN, JENNINGS' & Co.,
Cotton Yarn. Warehouse,
Flo. 43 Wood street.
UUM. ELDER, Awns." , at is s et .
• tiled etioet i ead door poi , " the c miler of Smi th field
Drib side, up, 29,
[WM. E. AUSTIN, Attorney at Law, Pittsburgh, F.
Office in 4th street, opposite Burke's Building.
WILLIANI E. AUSTIN, Esq.i will give his attention to my
unfinished business, and I recommend him to the patron
age of my friends. WALTER FORWARD.
BIRD SEEDS A f - eau supply or Bard Seeds, con
slating of Caner) rno,sind Rape; Jost received
fel) 3. F L SNOWDEN, 198 Libertait.
JOHNSON & DUVAL.
BOOKBINDERS AND PAPER RULERS,
C ONTINUE business at the wand late of alcCandles
4. Johnson. Every description of work In their lin
nets's , and promptly executed. may R-ly
HD.SELLERS, M. D., office and dwelling In Fourth
. near Ferry street. sep IS—ly
WARD Sr. HUNT, Dentists Liberty street. a
few doors below StChalr apr 6 111:/4.
DANIEL M. CURRY, Aitorneyst Law. Of
lice on sthst between Vi'md and Smithfield. op 8
3. W. Burbridre dc Co.
A GENTS for the sale of Reatty's Powder. Waters
.LS. between Wood and Smithfield.
March 30, 1843,
WI LLIAM DOUGLASS
Ti - AT AND CAP MANUFACTURER. Every descrip
1.1. lion of Rats and earns on hand, andfor gale, wholes
sale and reiail.atprices to suit the times, at the old stand
or Dong,lns ir Mooro, 73 Wood street, may 5.
- WILLI All DOHERTY,
H 4 rand Cap Manut.eturer. 148 Liberty at. between
Market and fi Lith arl 10— Sm.
PEASE'S HOARHOUND CANDY—Torus has
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 cuolomers at wholesale
orretall, at his Medical Agency, 86 Fourth st.
- - -
10 000 TR D I A I L L L S E ,and
m a s l al l
i s c u dg eless p ru 4
.iv t) prove
TRACTOR Inestimable. It not only euresqulcker,but
gives no additional pain, nor leaves a scar. Fire is post
tivety rendered harmless. ($lO bus been offered six
months to any person returning an empty box, and saying
that all agony on anointing Is not extracted l•• a few min
titer, yet nut one from thousands of trials since has claim
ed the bonus.) Parentsanxious to guard againstgenera
thinries, and save time, - fortune and life, and prevent
their offspring from being disfigured by burns, or even
small pox pustules, (it possessing the enviable power to
replace the cellutary organs destroyed.) can do so by ob.
mining this inimitable salve. Many deeply burnt cases
iu the city can he seen, and one entire face burnt over and
wounded three distinct times in the same spot while heal
ing, yet in no case can be traced the least cicatrice or
mark' For all kinds of hurts its rapid soothing effectsaus
l uso important; even sore eyes, all inflamatione and bra
ken breasts would be unknown. The toilet and nursery,
for clearing the skin of pimples. removing chafe, etc., wil
find It indispensable. One using only will forever eve
ned) it the sovereign HEAL ALL quality. After this no
!Ace, heads of families allowing torture for months, and
ultimately distorted features, can never wipe away re.
proach, justly uttered by a disabled child, for neglecting
to trlnniph over file,
.Entered accordine to act of Coupe'''. A. D. 1841, by
Comstock Sr C0.,t0 the Cierk's office of the District Court
of the United States fur the Southern District of New
Warranted the only :eat/Im*
Comstock it Co., wholesale Druslists. N. York, have he
come the sole wholesale azenis for Mr. Dailey, in A meri
ea for 20 years. All orders must he addressed to them
The gennine only to be had at TUTTLE'S Medical
Agency, 86 Foarlh street, Nov 15
WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain and Fancy Portrait
and Picture Frame Manufacturer, .Va. 7 87.
FaurtA Street Pittsburgh. —Canvass Brushes. Varnish
kc.rfo; A digit, always oat hand. Lookinv Glasses. kr,
promptly framed boarder. Repairing dos; the abort
Particular attention paid to re:tiding and Jobbing ofev
Persons filling up ?team B0:119 or houses will find it ti•
liciradvantnTe to call. sep 10
The attention tftitme who have been somewhat seep.
tint In reference to the numerous certificates published
in favor of Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, on account antie persons being unknown in this sec
Lion of the Slate, ig respectfully directed to the following
certificate, the writer of which ling been n eittzen of thin
borough forgeveral yearn, end it , known as a gentleman
of intr%:rity and re.sputisibillsy.
To the .Vent, Mr. J. KIRBY.
I have used . Dr Swnyne's Comp and Syrup of Wild
Cherry for a cough, with which I have been severely n I
Meted for about four months, and I have no hesitation
In raying that it lathe most effective medicine that I have
been able to procure. It composes all uneasiness, and
agrees well with my diet,—and mantalne a regular and
good appetite. I can freely recommend It to all others
similarly afflicted. J. Aligner, Borough ofChamberah'g.
March 9. 1849. Pep 23
Forgate by WILLIAM THORN No. 53 Market street.
DITTSBURGIIIIIANITFACTORY.—Sprin g s
cutd Axles for Carriages at Easter* Prices.
The subscribers manufacture and keeps constantly on
hand Coach,C and none Sprin:s (Warranted) Juniata
Iron Axles, Silverand Brittonfated Dash Frames, Brass
and plated flub Bands, Stump Joints, Patent Leather,
Silver and Brass Lamps, Three fold Steps, Malleable
'ron, Door Handles and Hinges, &r ,F-c.
Ji'lN ES 6- rOLEMAN.
si Clair at.. near e %tteettetty Bridle.
(SEE FILMES, would respectfully inform his friends
Van the public In general,that he dies Ladies' dresses,
Habits and Mantels of every description, black—and
warrants Item not to smut, and to look equal to new
goods. He dyes fancy colors of all deseriptians on silk
and carpet yarn. Also, cleans and restores the colors
of gentlemen's clothing, so as to resemble new.goods,
Mr. H. flatters himself thrt he can please the public,
Its he has done an extensive business In New York for
twenty years: All work done on moderate terms at his
establishment in sth et, between Wood and Smithfield
ne tr the Theatre.
Il7' Thi 4 is to certify that OSEE HIMES has
done work for us, Which has fully answered nur
expectations, and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Barnes, J. B. Shurtleff,
David Hall, B. F. Mann, Davi Boles, Joseph
French, jr., Andrew Purdy, W. B. Boles, Wm
Porter, H H. Smith, Henry Javens, A. Shookey,.
jr., Joseph Vera, George Barnes. ap 20th.
WM. STEELE, (successor to H. M'Closkey) Feud
lo.ta'sle Boot Maker, Liberty at., 2d door from
Virgin Alley. The subscriber respectfully Informs the
public that lie has commenced the above 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 ofbusiness With despatch and on the most reasonable
terms. From his long experience in the manufacture of
Fashionable Boots, be feels confident that all articles
from his establishment will give satisfaction to his pa
trons. A share of public patronage is respectfully solicit•
ed. sep 10
ADAIR, Boot and Shoe Maker, Liberty St.
opposite the head ej Smithfield at., Pittsburgh.—
Tile subscriberhaving 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 hest manner
and on the shortest notice. He keeps constantly on hand
a large assortment ofshoe findings orall descriptions and
ofthe best quality. He solicits the patronage of the pub
lic and of the craft. WM. ADAIR,
BEAVER AND WARREN
The tuna' packet ESIE. J. M, Shaw master, will ran
as regal r id-weekly packet between the aboie named
boats, leaves Beaver on Mondays, Wednesdays, Frida
Morning, letves Warren on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays; connecting with tbe fkage Lines to Cleveland
direct. For rreight or passage apply oo board Or to
BIRKINGIi & CO., Pittsburgh
J. S. DICKEY, lkiairer.
ABSOLUTE HEAL ALL.
LOOK AT THIS
NEW YORK DYER.
J. M. Sanderson dir. Son,
HIS elegant establishment has been in operation dor
logg the last nine months, and notwithstanding the
general depression of business, it has met and sustain
ed tile approbation of the public and yielded to the pro.
prietors a,full compensation for their labor and atten
lion . Its location being In Chestnut street, In the im
mediate neighborhood of the Post otlice, the Exchange,
Ranks, the Steamboat landing, the most business part of
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 arrangment, also, enables the
guest to regulate his expenses, and to live In a style of
elegance or economy suited to ills notions or disposition:
The facility of proearing 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. thertfore, solicit the.
custom of their old fri••nri.oinfl promise a continuance
of their exertions to make them comfortable.
op 25-3 m.
DR. GOODE'S Celebrated Felll4lB Pills. These!
Plllsnreitrongly recommended to the notice of
the ladies :ma safe and efficient remedy In removiag
those complaints peculiar to their sex, from want of ex.
ereise. or general dehility of the system. They obviate
costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and Nersoai
affections. These Pills have gained the sanction and
approbation of the most eminent Phyaiclans In the Unl
ted States, and many Mothers. For sale Wholesale and
new. by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
R by 10 No. 20. Wood Street, below Second
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
THREE BIG DOORS.
THE subscriber would respectfully Inform his euslo
merit and the public generally, that notwithstanding
the, unprecedented sales at the Three Big Doors, during
the present season; he has still on hand the largest and
mist varied assortment of elegant CLOTHING that can
he honght west of the mountains. The public may rest
aspired that all articles offered at his store are manufec•
tared from FRESH GOODS, purchased in the Eastern
markets this Spring ,and made into garments by Pitts
In consequence of the n.ultlplication of slop shops In
oar city, filled with pa wn•lngkers,clothes and the musty.
can off garmentsof former seasons. from the eastern ci.
ties, the public should be cautious to ascertain the char.
artyr of iheestabliahments In which they ore Invited to
puichase, before they part with their money. The nr•
tides offered at several of the concerns in this city, are
the mere °nig of New York and Philadelphia slop
shops, and sent out hereto he palmed °Won the Pitts
floral, public. Purchasers should he on their guard a.
detain these Impositions, and they may rely on the fact
that no establishment that advertises earterst made Cloth.
Ing, can giveas good an article or as * advantageous bar.
galas as can be had at the "Three Big Doors."
The public will please remember that all the subscri
berN g trments 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 he his endeavor to
maintain the re,mtatlon that the "Three Big Doors'
have obtained for furnishing s snperlor style of CLOTH
IN9lneveryrespect, and at prices below those of any
He would again return his thanks to hie friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage Unflawed
upon his establishment, and believing that they have
found it to their advantage to deal with him, he would
repeat Ills invitation to ell those wbo wish to purchase
Cluthine o f every description at the lowest price to call
at No. 151, LIBZILTT ST. JOHN IiI'CLOSK Y.
rrOlnrerve Metal Plate in the pavement. ap 26.
_EV A NS'S CAMOMILE PILL L S .—Aattn.
HAM J. CLEMER, 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 lathe chest and stomach always after eating.
impaired appetite, sensation of sinking nt the toornach.
furredtengue, nausea, with frequent vondilnis, dizziness
towered night and restieptsa." These had continued up.
ward of a twelvemonth;wlfen. on consulting Dir.'Wm.
Evarts.looChatham street, and submitting to his ever
successful and agreeable mode of treatment, the patient
was completely restored to health In the short space of
onetrionth.ond grateful for the incalculable benefit derly.
ed. gladly came forward and volunteered the above state
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
No 20,,W00d street, below Second.
THE fubscrilier has removed his Fashionable Tietoting
Establishment to the Monongahela house. 3d door
from first at. on Smithfield st.where itisold customers and
all others who may favor hlm with a call may depend on
having their work done In a superior Style. From his
long experience In the business in I hi. city, and In many
other fashioualite cities in Europe and Anierici. he feels
confident that hn can give satisfaction to all who may
pleaseto favor him with their custom. By strict attention
to business and superior workmanship lie hope s to merit
and receive a share of public patronage. He Intend keeping
on hand a supply of foods and trimmingssuitOle fur the
customer traJe which will be sold at very reduced prices.
Short Real Yarn.
No. 5 at 14 res. per lb
6 at 14 ditto
7 at 14 ditto
8 at 14 ditto
9 at 14 ditto ;
10 at 14 ditto I
11 at 14 . ditto
12 at 14 ditto Candlewick at 15 els per 11
13 at 144 ditto iCom Batting 8 ditto
14 at 15 ditto ;Family do. • 12 ditto
15 at 15# ditto Carp't Chain • 18 ditto
16 at 16 ditto ICot'o ine •25 ditto
17 at 164 ditto Stocking Yarn and
18 at 17 ditto ;Coverlet Yarn always on
19 at 17# ditto 'hand.
10 at 18 ditto /Cotton Warpsmade to order.
O- Orders promptly attended to. IfJell at J. 4- C.
Painter's, Logan Q Kennedy's, or the Post oilier, address:
feb 271 .1. K. MOORHEAD tt Co.
DAVI!) CLARK, Ag'l, ?as/Vona/de Boot Maker,—
tins removed to No, 34 Market street, between
second and Third streets, where he wou:d he happy
to are his old customers. and all others who feel dispos.
ed to patronise him. He uses nothing but first rate
stock, and employs the best ofworkmen; and as he gives
his constant personal attention tobusiness, he truststhat
he will deserve and receives fair share of patronage.
TO DR. BRANDRETIPS AGENTS.
The office in Pittiburgb, which was established for
the purpose of constituting ageenta in the west, having
accomplished that object, is now closed, and Mr. G. B.
LEE. In the Diamoad, Market street, appointed my
agent for the sale of my Pills and Liniments. All Dr.
Brandretlesagents will, therefore, understand that Dr,
B. will send a travelling agent through the country once
a year tocollect moneys for sales made and re supply
agents. The said traveler will be provided with
power of attorney.duly 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.
Sylvania. B. BRANDRETII, M. D.
N B.—Remember Mr. C. R. LEE. In the rear of the
Market is now my only agent in Pittsburgh.
BUILDING LOTS IN BIRMINGHAM.
13 LOTS,sultable for building, most eligibly situated,
and within two minutes walk ofthe Stem= Ferry
Rost Lauding, will be sold at prices to snit the times,
The terms of payment will be made easy, either for cash
or such barter as can be made available. Apply to the
subscriber hi Birmingham, or Mr. P. Peterson, No. 4,
Ferry street, Pittsburgh. JAS. PATTERSON, JR.
F RUITS, ICE CREAM, 4. CONFECTIONARY.—
A flanker respectfully informs hia friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of lee
Creams. together with all hinds of eonfeetionm and
fruits, in their salon, at his establiehatent—No. 11,
Fifth street, believes Wood audilarket.
ril: l l.—Paesieeenpplied on the shortest mks. whit
eakaii.titilythimi i■ his line. Also families tarnished
with great seep 11)
ILON, Reel yarn.
500 at 8 eisperdz
600 at 9 ditto
700 at 6 ditto
800 at 5 ditto
900 at 4} ditto
WOO at 4 ditto
lITTSBUBORCIRCULATINN AND REFERENCE
LIBRARY of Rellglona,ilbootical,Polltical,and NW
cellaneods Works. wttt be Open every day, Sabbath ex.
cept e a, Prom ? o'clock, A. 1 1 / I ,,until 9, P. N., In the Ex
change Belldlng,corner of Strialr streetttod Ettehatnre
alley. vrnerepintetwel attendance *HI be Rivet bt
sep 10 I , Galion,.
LOOK. 'AT THIS.
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND MAR STORE.
No. 146 Wood street, one door above Sixth.
KEEPS constantly on hand all kinds of the best
Span'. li Cigars: Regalias, Casadores, Ceerntaxes,
Also, half Spanish and Common Cigars.
Tobacco oral! the best brands: Cavendish, 5s lump;
Baltimore Plug, 13s. and leo. lump.
Also, Mts. Miller's Fine Cot ClieWing Tobacco.
Snufs: Rappee, Scotch, Marraban, High Toast, ire, •
He has also, all other articles in• his line, which he
offers, wholesale and retail at the lowest mirk Prim.
CALL AND SEE.
June 8.-6 m,
NAIrLOR at COG'S
BEST REFINED CAST STEEL,
rraE undersigned, agents for the above celebrated
stamp of Steel, will always keep on hand an as
sortment of the same, consisting in
Best Refined Cast Steel, squared, flat,round and Octagon
do do do do axe temper,
Extra do do do for nail cutters,
Best (to Double and Single Shear Stet.,
English Butner, German Granite. Wedge and Crawley
Steel, at wholesale, by the cue, or in mailer lots to suit
purchasers, LYON, SHORB 4 CO,
June 24—d3m4w6m.* Foot of Wood at,
NEW WHOLESALE CASH STORE,
No. 99 Wood street, -
TERNAN 4. JONES are receiving constantly fresh
supplies of seasonable Dry Goods ivhich they will
continue to dispose of at eastern prices,with the addition
of carriage, for cash, par stoney, ostly.
Every merchant making purchases in the city with
money,ia respectfully Invited to call and examine our
goods, and the chances are ten to one against him that
he will not consider his time and lal,or lost.
Having adopted this system from a convict' )n that It
mast be to the advantage of thepsecksser, we trust it
may receive afar 1 rial, and be judged accordingly.
TIMIWITIIR.II WARE .11903111.
At the old stand of YOUNG ti Mee URDY. No. 43
Second, between Wood and Market atrests.
R ESPECTFULLY informs tba friends of the late firm
■nd the public generally, that he is prepared to
fill all order* fore/Abut Wort., of any kind, with all
ossible despatch. and warranted to be equal to any In
Every attention will he paid to furnishing COFFIN?
ite. when required. June 10, 1843.
COPAR I NERSHIP.
JAMES W. HAI/ ALIN k JOHN F . : JF:NNINGS
have entered Into partnership for ibe purpose of
transacting a Wholesale Grocery; nodose and Comtnia,
sion business under the firm and style af HAILMAN.
JENNINGS 4 Co., at No 43 Wood street, opposite the
Merchants Hotel, where a supply of G roeeries and Pitio
burgh Manufactured Articles ran always be had on !Me
al terms. March 17 '43.
Travelers should select :Boats provided with Erases
Safety Guards, for preventing Explosion of Steam
I T would be well for the traveling common,/ to beat
In mind that their security depends entirely upon
their own encouragement of boats that have or may be
it the expeme of procuring the above apparatus. And
that every individual making such selection Is eontrlbu •
Ling towards& general introduction of an Invention ad
mitted by all men who nndetstand the principles of the
Steam Engine, to be a sure preventative against those
dreadful disasters You have cm tainly, la the hundreds
of explosions that have already taken plane, their almost
daily occurience, and the thousands of live, that have
already been lost, a sufficient warning, and Inducement
to make inquiry for a Safety guard Boat, and in every
care to give it the preference. They have want to an
additional expense that your lives may be secure. Ought
you not therefore to meet them with a corresponding
degree of Ilnetalliy, and by your preference show that
yr.,' appreciate their laudable endeavors to stop this aw•
ful sacrifice of human life, They do not charge more
than other boats; their accommodations In other respects
are equil, and In many eases superior; and as there Is
one leaving Pittsburgh every day, why will you run
any risk, when It Is so completely In your own power
to avoid those disasters.
Ali boats marked thus (4,] In the List of Arrivals and
Derartu res. in another part of this pai.er, are supplied
with the Safety Guar I.
List of Boats provided seta the Seely dittoed.
AMARANTH, ' MARIETTA.
BREAKWATER. MUNGO PARK,
CANTON, NORTH BEND,
CADDO, • NARAGANSETT,
DUKE nf ORLEANS, NIAGARA,
EXPRESS MAIL, ORPHAN BOY.
FORT PITT, PENELOPE,
GALENA, QUEEN of the SOUTII,
J. H. BILLS, ROWINA,
JEWESS, RARITAN, .
IDA, SARAH ANN,
INDIAN QUEEN, • SARATOGA,
ILLINOIS, SA — ANNA,
LADY OF LYONS, 'T
VICTRE S, . ALLEY FORGE,
WEST WIND. ASHLAND,
R.IDGEWATER MISSOURI MAIL,
CLEVELAND, OLIVE BRANCH,
EDWIN HICKMAN, EMMA,
GENL. BROOK, TOBACCO P 1 ANT,
JAMES ROSS, ADELAIDE,
The Scrittsure, Rohinson, Master, leaves every
Thursday at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Cutler, Collins, Master, leaves every Friday at
10 o'clock a. in
The Montgomery, Reonett, Master, leaves every Sat.
urday at 10 o'clock a. m.
The Express, Parkinson, Master, leaves every Sun
day at 10 o'clock a, at.
Joan BIRMINGHAM & CO.
may 20. Agents
THE LITERARY POll . .
It is changed—it is changed - , that pleasant bassi
And happiness and beauty have Bed its quiet bowdl
The sky is bright aboife it, the biook &hilts
And still bright flowers are springing in vallst
and on hill;
The woodbine wreaths the WindOw, u green id
green may be.
And petfume breathes around it, from Wasps/tine
sh`rub and tree.
The birdi are blithe as ever, as inerAly
And light is in the earth and air, and life in
But happiness end 'beauty belie fled its quint boil ,
And sadly—sadly it is changed--that pinniakit
home of ours.
I sit upon the threshhold—the night de* sal nit
But they who eat beside me, are not 'Was ENI
I listen for their voices, the hippy weal Ilea
Like water from full fouittains--blit all, alaal sii
The manly I.nd the lovely, have passed like diving
Some sleep beyond the ocean, ditd loafs ip aturill
And some are left, but oh! more blest—mere Weal
are they who sleep,
Tr;sn they, who, broken-hearted, yet Miser iusii
Thattappiness and beauty have fled itailuiet Mlle;
And Death has midi so dealato that pleasacti
home of ourp.
Correspondence of the Courier & Enquirer.
pimps, July 8, 1843.
My Dear Colonel,--Wtrim I took my
rave of you and the ever kind Menai whet
accompanied us down thetay, I Aid met
expect so soon to visit the Emerald Islet
but taking advantage of a wind not ill e
' nough to blow good to nobody, though R.
resisted the pi ogress of our own good itbip t
a party of us came on shore, near Cejui
Clear, in a small boat to the beautiful tit'
lage of Conotmasberry, near the old heal
of Kinsale, and have had three tbatmitig
days in Ireland:
need scarcely say that an America
who visits Ireland as the traveling cortiA
paniun, and as I may be permitted to aild&
the frier.d of Bishop Hughes an'd Peres%
sees and enjoys the country sad iteOva
vincial hospitalities in an .eminebt degree;
We were fortunate in teaching Cork all
hours before that distinguished phitautheo
pist, Pallet Matthew, left for Englandi
' and equally fortunate in teaching I:NNW
the same day that the not less tilitinguithA
ed Reformrr, Daniel O'Connell, reterneti
to the city.
This is to be a great day in Dublin--4.
'The Tiades' and citizens generally meet
on Donnybrook Green to receive Mr CY'-i
Connell, who returned on Saturday emit
ing froth a triumphant Repeal visitatioa
The 'Liberator' sent 1)4 , nephe* last
evening to say that he should be happy IA
see us (Bishop Hughes and his friends,) at
half-past nine this thotnihg, at Which bout
we called. We were shown , into the tiia
brary of his house in Marion Square, where
Mr John O'Connell remained with ue up.
til his Father came down and gate the
Bishop a most cordial rebepticki,
zing for his 'late' rising with the temark
that be had been 'taking a full chink of
sleep,' as was his custotn aftet bolding
communion with hie couhtryinen on thd
mountains. He entered immediately and
with much enthusiasm into conversatio4
about the dembnattations of deep-tone!
sentiment which manifested itself *hared'
ever he had been; of the universality Lf the
feeling; of the reasoning and reftetting
chat acteristics of the movenient; cif the de
termination of the people to obtain lawful
redress; and of the peaceful and orderly
character of the immense gatherinphe had
The name of Bishop Huge. is di 4 001 d
sesame' charm to every Irishman's hoot*
and heart; but my letters of introdunticle
(from Governor Seward and Very list
1)r Power,) would hair° ensured frit* at
warm vwelcorne. Our morning inteririett
I ended by an engagement to dinb with hint
at 6 o'clock, after his return faint Dotibp
brook Green. He also invited to ilia
turn at 11 and see 'The Tracks' pus from
his balcony. Returning proitiptfy at 11 1
we had ab hour's interval, and thetifgreiss,
what seemed the whole city of boblin, pip
ing the hotnage of the heart to hatted's
great man. It was truly a sublinab spec
At 12 o'clock, Mr O'Connell ithnwed
himself to the multitude that had been
gathering for more than three hours,' nis
appearance upon the balcony, dressed its
Irish manufactures, with large kepea/ hut.
tono upon his green frock coat, 'made the
welkin ring.' He was attended by two of
his sons end a dozen grand children, and
by our Bishop and his friendo.
'The Trades' began to advance in Pro
cession, with their banners and their bands
soon after 1 o'clock. Each 'Trade' was
preceded by its officers in open carriages;
and its marshals on horseback. Shouts
went up from the dense masses about the
square as 'The Trades' approathed; aed
each, as it passed, gabs 'three dheers fetr :
Ireland and O'Connell,' and received his
salutations of acknowledgment.
The banners carried in the procesaies/
showed how ruinously trade and -
meree has been affected by the IT&
'Upon the banners of the Coopers
Coopers employed in 1800, l eg
de do 11:7
A SONG OF HOME,
Miraajle l /