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VOL I.__NO, 295.
elliNtall PHILLIPS do urn t. H. szarra,
20'. W. corner of Wood and Fifth Streets. -
Tuage,--Five dollars a year, payable in advance.
Sinewtopies. Two Cas-rs—for sale at the counter of
the Office, mai by News Boys.
Wiseddy Mercury arid 11(fsuinfacturer
Is nbliii!h4 at the same office, on a double medium
sittets,.#l. TWO DOLLARS a year, in &kenos. Sin
e. copies, SIX C'ENTS.
- . o .Chirafiettion, $0 50 One mouth, $5 00
•'••'' Twio "'do., 075 T'Wo do., 600
ThalmidsF., 200 Three do., 7 00
Onei . ‘areak, 1 50 Four do., 8 00
Two ''1115., • 3 - 00 Six do., 10 00
Thi4:46.,' ' 4.00 Ono year, . 15 00
il f elee Square. • - • Two Spares.
Aii'llhontlia, - $lB 00 Six months, $23 00
,Orseitear; - 25 90 I One year, 35 00
. Y •lits in proportion.
leS SU DOLLARS a year.
Latg~r advertisetn
* CARDS of four
Psktie Offices, dr.e.
coy PM Office, Third between Market and Wood
street*--R. M. Riddle, Postmaster.
Ceistosillouse, Water, 4th door from Wood st.,Pe
tenon's biliklings—Major John Willock, Collector.
4741, Treasury, Wood, between First and Second
streeta--james A. Bartram, Treasurer.
County Treasury, Third street, next door to the
Third Piesbyterian Church—S. R. Johnston, Treasu
141:Or's Office, Fourth, between Market and Wood
stroatAleiancler Hay, Mayor.
Il(eXiitaia's Exchange, Fourth near Market it.
Pittsburgh, between Market and Wood streets on
fhiid and Fourth streets.
Moravia andManufacturers' and Farmers' De
'll4oinit.Bassk,. (formerly Saving Fund.) Fourth, between
Wooktaind Market streets.
Ekekaagr, .Fifth st. near Wood.
Itaabisgaltela Howse, - Water street, near the
Ezekisisge Hotel, corner of Penn and St. Clair.
)(ateltants' Hotel, corner of Third and Wood.
Alieriea* Hotel,comer ofThird and Smithfield.
Mittel Medea, corner of Penn st. arid Canal
. gFpread Eagle, Liberty street, near seventh.
Bfate?e Mansion Houle, Liberty St., opposite
Wipe. '
Broodlmre: - Mansion House, Penn St., opposite
Important to Owners of Saw Mills.
CLNYVIER'S unrivalled Self. Settees, for saw mills,
►,.Whicit have been so fully tested indifferent parts
of 'ilia United States, as well as in the cities of Pitts
knish ind Allegheny, can be seen in operation at a
nutiober of mills in this neighborhood, rir. at Mr. Wick
eraitiin's mills, on Penn street; at Bowman & Clam
belt& 'Mills, near the upper Allegheny bridge, and
at IlibrriSatt's mills, on Ilare's Island, and others.—
The Above named Machine can be obtained at W. W.
WOuciei shop, on Liberty street, near Smithfield,
whbra it is fitting up, and where the machine will be
keit constantly on hands. Apply to B. F. Snyder, or
W. Wallace.
mac 5
Evans' Chamomile Pills.
VBRAHAM J. CLEMER, residing at 66, Mott
street, New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia
ink! mostaggravated form. The symptoms were vi
olefitheeidache, greatdebility, fever, costiveness,eough,
hesetburn, pain in the chest and stomach always after
en4tig, impaired appetite, sensation of Sinking at the
staunch, furred tongue, nausea, with frequent vomit
dizziness towards night and restlessness. These
had continued upwards of a twelvemonth, when, on
consulting-Dr. Wm. Evans, 100 Chatham street, and
sabittitting to his ever successful and agreeable mode
of Vestment, the patient was completely restored to
heath in theahort space of one month, and grateful for
ski incalculable benefit derived, gladly came forward
and volunteered the above statement For sale, whole
sale and retail, by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
-10-y . No. '2O, Wood street, below Second.
Pease's iloarhonnd Candy.
„ d r Tit UTTLE has received this day from New York,
.L . 'a - freitt supply of the above celebrated cure for
Coughs, Colds and Consumptions; and is ready to sup
ply mamma at wholesale or retail, at his Medical
AO I icy,. 86- Fourth st. nov 12
ilaretrilargains than ever, at the Three Big
THN subscriber would respectfully inform his cus
tomers and the public generally, that notwithstrui-
Mg the unprecedented sales at the Three Big Doors,
-- thag the present season; he has still on hand the lar
g_eirr and most varied assortment of elegant CLO
THING that can be bought west of the mountains.—
The public may rest assured that all articles offered at
his store are maufactured from FRESH GOODS, pur
, chased in tha Eastern markets this spring and made in
to gaitherus by Pitttsburgh workmen.
In consequence of the multiplication of slop shops in
oeleitv, filled with pawn brokers clothes and the musty,
cast oft garments of former seasons, from the eastern ci
tiokthe public should be cautious to ascertain the char
acter of the establishments in which they are invited to
purchase, before they part with their money. The arti
cl °filmed at several of the concerns in this city, are
the mere offals of New York and Philadelphia slop
sittpli, and sent out here to be palmed off on the Pitts
biarghpublic. Purchasers should be &I their guard a
gainst these impositions, and they may rely on the fact
=establishment that advertises eastern made Clo
eingive as good an article or as advantageous
bargains as can be had at the "Three Big Doors."
The public will please remetrkar that all the subscri
lhoiagarnsents are made in this city, by competent work
ing', and not gathered up like the goods now offered by
the ''bitlhr of passage" from the shreds and patches cif .
easaatatilop 'lmps. It will always be his endeavor to
maintain the reputation that the "Three Big Doors"
hare obtained for furnishing a superior style of CLO
THING in every respect, and at prices below those of
. sty ether establishment.
He Iwadd agvi n return his thanks to his friends and
the public for the unprecedented patronage bestowed
4...... 5ig
upon biscestablishmentr and believing that they- have
jt totheir advantage to deal with him, he would
Me invitation to all those who wish to purchase
of every description at the lowest price,to call
erii; .' •.-
Metal Plate in the pavement- ap 26.
Look at This.
THE attention of those who have been somewhat
sceptical in reference to the numerous certifi
cates published in favor of Dr. Swayne's Compound
4 Syrup Of Wild Cherry, on account of the persons being
.ueknown in this Section of the State, is respectfully di
rected to the following certificate, the writer of which
hos been a citizen of this borough for several years and
is known as a gentleman of integrity and responsibility.
To the Agent, Mr. J. KIRBY.
I lave useti Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild
Cherry fora Cough ; with which I have been severely
(Or about fouynonths, and I have no hesitation
in saying . that it is the most Eire'etive medicine lit I
beSirbeen able to procure. It composes all uneasiness,
and agrees well with my diet,—and maintains a regular
and goad appetite. I can sincerely recommend it to all
otheirisimHarly afflitred. J. Mitcsicx, Borough of
4, 11. March 9,1840 . Chambershurgh.
No. 53 Market stye'
(let S 3)
11, I ',A ur
R. Woods, Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Office removed to Bnkewell's Offices, on Grant street,
nearly opposite the new Court House, next rooms to .1.
D. Mahon, Esq., first floor. sep 10
Hugh Toner, .attorney at Law,
Korth East corner of 694thfield c:sl Fourth strects,
Pittsburgh. sep
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Office in the Diamond, back of the old Court House,
sep 10 Pittsburgh.
Francis IL Shank, Attorney at Law,
Fourth street, above Wood,
sep 10—ly Pittsburgh, Pa
Thomas Hamilton, Attorney at Law,
Fifth, between Wood and Smithfield sts.,
sep 10—y Pittsburgh, Pa.
Wm. O'Hara Robinson, Attorney at Law,
Office on the North side of the Diamond, between Mar
ket and Union streets, up stairs. sep 10
A. I. Durboraw, Attorney at Law,
Tenders his professionalserviees to the public. Office
sep 10 on sth at., above Wood, Pittsburgh.
Byster & Buchanan, Attorneys at Law,
Office removed from the Diamond to "Attorney's Row,"
shady side of 4th, between Market and Wood its.,
sep 10 Pittsburgh.
Iff. Backe:Laster, Attorney at Law,
Has removed his office to Beares' Law Buildings, 4th
st., above Smithfield, Pittsburgh. sap 10
George W. Layng, Attorney at Law,
Office in Fourth street, near Smithfield, Pittsburgh
sop 27-y
Heade Washington, Attorney at Law,
Office in Bakewers building, Grant street, Pittsburgh
nov 5, 1R42
John J. Mitchell, Attorney at Law,
Office corner of Smithfield and Fifth streets, Pittsburgh.
'Collections made. All business entrusted to his
care will be prompth• attended to.
feb 16--y
William Elder, Attorney at Law,
Office in Second street, second door above the corner of
ap 29—tf Smithfield, north side.
Wm. E. Austin, Attorney at Law,
Pittsburgh Pa. Office in Fourth stnxit, opposite Burke's
ER"Witt.tam E. Ausrm, Esti., will give his atten
tion to my unfinished business, and I recommend him
to the patronage of my friends.
Daniel M. Carry, Attorney at Law,
Office on Fifth strem, between Wood and Smithfield,
ap 8 Pittsburgh.
Robert Porter, Attorney at Law,
Office on the corner of Fourth and Smithfield streetg,
gep 10 Pittsburgh.
Judson & Flanegin, Attorneys at Law,
Smithfield, near 7th street. Collections made on mod•
crate terms. Pensions for widows of old soldiers under
the late act of Congress obtained. Papers and draw
ings for the patent office prepared. mar 17—y
Henry S. Diagram, Attorney at Law,
Has retnoved his office to las n9hloace, oa Fourth 3t,
two doors above Smithfield. sop 10
J. D. Creigh, Attorney at Law,
Office corner Smithfield and Third Atret.t, , , Pitt:burgh
MN' 25—v
L. liarper, Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Will attend promptly to the collection nr gecority of
claim?, and all professional business entrusted told? rare
in the counties of Ilarri4m, JeffersOn:Relniont, Guern
g.ev, To3carawas, llolme?, Coshocton, Carroll, Stark
and Wayne. REFER TO
Metcalf el- Laomes,)
Dalzell 4. Fleming, ~
John Harper,
D. T. Morgan, )
my 27,1843—tf
IL Morrow, Alderman,
Office north side of Fifth street, between Wood and
Smithfield, Pittsburgh. sep 10—tf
Magistrate's Blanks,
For proceedings in attachment under the late law, for
sale at this office. jy 25
Blank Petitions, Notices, &c.,
To be used in Bankruptcy proceedings, printed on good
paper, and in the forms approved by the Court, for sale
at this office.
Dr. S. 12. Holmes,
Office in Second street, next door to Mulvany & Co.'s
Glass Warehouse. sep 10—y
Dr. A. W. Patterson,
Office on Smithfield street, third door from the corner of
sixth street
IL D. Sellers, AL D.,
Office and dwelling in Fourth street, near Ferry,
sep 13—y Pittsburgh
Ward & Bunt, Dentists,
Liberty street, a few doors below St. Clair,
ap 6,1843
Doctor Daniel McNeal,
Office on Fifth street, between Wood and Smithfield
streets, Pittsburgh. dec 10—y
No. 43, Wood Street,
Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Factory Yarns
mar 17—y
Williams &Dilworth,
Wholesale Grocers, Produce and Cornmitsien Mer
chants, and Dealers in Pittsburgh Manufactuied Ar
ticles, No. 29, Wood street. sep 10—y
Wholesale cad Retail Dealers is
English,' Preach and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 81, Market street, Pittsburgh.
T. & T. 111rDevitt,
Wholesale Grocers, Rectifying Distillers, and Dealers
in Produce and Pittsburgh Manufactured Articles,
`—'24, Liberty Street, Pittsburgh. sep 10
J. G. di A. GORDON,
Commission and Forwarding merchants,
Water street, Pittsbutgh. sep 10—y
Commiasion and Forwarding Merchants,
No. 60, Water street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
M=rgnms.—Receiving and shipping, 5 cents per
106 lbs. Commission an purchases and sales, 2A per
cent mar 2,2—y
Broorzurville Juniata Iron Works,
Edward Hughes, Manufacturer of Iron and Nails
-Warehouse, No. 25, Wosfirst., Pittsburgh.:
sep 10—y
Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro
duce Merchants,
And dealers in Pittsburgh Manufactures,
mar 17 No. 43, Wood street. Pittsburgh.
Coleman & Co.,
General Agents, Forwarding and Commission
Levee Street,Vicksburg, Miss. They respectfully so
licit consignments.n 9.2—tf
J.W. Bit:bridge & Co.,
Agents for the sale of Beatty's Powder, Water street,
between Wood and Smithfield. mar :11)—y
L. &J. D. WICK,
Wholesale Grocers & Dealers in Produce,
116 W00:1 Street, 4 doors above Fifth st.,
may 15 Pittsburgh, Pa.
• • 4.. •.,.
STACY LLOYD, Jr., Wholesale and Retail Gro
cer and Fruiterer, No. 140 Liberty street Pitts
burgh. may;2o.
Birmingham & Co.,
March 22
John IL Brant, Wholesale Grocer,
Dealer in Grain, General Forwarding and Com
minion Merchant,
Harrisburgh, Pa.
WILL dispose of all goods sent for Commission
Sales at the lowest commission rates.
Phila.—J. &.W . Esher, Day & Get rish, D. Leech &Co.
Baltimore—W .W inn &co. Willson & Herr,J. E. Elder.
Ha rrisb rgh—Mich'l Burke,ll. Antes, JM. Heldman.
july 1-6 m.
Booksellers, Printers and Paper Makers,
No. 37, Mnrket street. sep lO
John Anderson, Smithfield Foundry,
Water street, near the Monongahela House, Pittsburgh
set, 10—y
Thos. H. Yonne & Co.,
Furniture NVam Rooms, corner of I land street and Ex
change alley. Persons wishing to purclucie furniture,
will tind it to their advantage to give 113 a cull, being ful
ly satisfied that we can please as to quality and price.
sep 10
Wire Workers and Wire Manufacturers,
No. '23, Market street, between 21 and 31 streets,
sep lU—y
Exchange Hotel,
Corner of Pcnn and Saint Clair streets, by
Pilkington's Unrivalled Blacking,
I‘l , , i i i
ANllFACTUREDandsoldvrliplesaleand re
Oct 21-Iv.
James Patterson, jr.,
Birmingham, near Pittabur.th, d'a., manufacturer of
locks, binges and belts 4 tohacro, fuller, mill and timber
acrews; housen screw for rollinvnills, &c. tap 10—y
John NrCloskcy, Tailor and Clothier,
Liberty street, hub. een Sixth street and Virgin alh.y,
South side. sep 10
Webb Closcy's Boot and Shoe Manufactory,
No. 83, 1/h xt. , next door tothe U. S. Bank.
Ladies pi-111mila, kid and satin shoes made in the neatest
manlier, and by the neatest French patterns. sep 10
William Doherty,
1-18 Liberty street, between Market
and Sixth. ap 10.-m.
William Douglass,
Old stand. of Doetglas 4. Moore,
No. 17 , Wood street.
Every description of hats and caps on hand and for sale,
wholesale and retail, at prices to :nit the times. my 5
Bookbinders and Paper Rulers,
Continue business at the stand late of M'Candless &
Johnson. Every• description of work in their lino neat
ly and promptly executed. may B—y
Oak and Poplar Lumber for Sale.
AFEW thousand feet of seasoned Oak and Poplar
Lumber, for sale by wholesale. Enquire of James
C. Cummins, Esq. near the Fountain Inn. jy 21.
Dr. Good's Celebrated Female Pillss
THESE Pills are strongly recommended to the
notice of ladies as a safe and efficient remedy in
removing those complaints peculiar to theirsex, from
want ofexercise,orgeneraldebilityof the system. They
obviate costiveness, and counteract all Hysterical and
Nervous affections. These Pills have gained the sanc
tion and approbation of the most eminent Physicians in
the United States, and many Mothers. For sale
Wholesale and Retail, by R. E. SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No. 20, Wood Street, below Second.
Notice to Dr. Brandreth's Agents.
THE office in Pittsburgh, which was established for
the purpose of constituting agents in the west,
having accomplished that oojcct, is now closed, and
Mr. G. H. LEE, in the Diamond, Market street, ap
pointed my agent for the sale of my Pills and Lini
ments. All Dr. Brandreth's agents will, therefore,un
derstand that Dr. B. will send a travelling agent
through the country once a year to collect monies 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 necessary vouchers and papers.
Mr J. J. Yoe is my traveling agent now in Pennsyb
vania. B. BRANDRETH, M. D.
N. B.—Remember, Mr. G. H. LEE, in the rear of the
Market is now my only agent in Pittsburgh.
june 14
Having been afflicted for nearly two years, with a
hard swelling on the cap of my knee, which
produced much pain, and used various applications
recommended by the faculty—all in vain, was cured
completely by the use of one bottle of Dr. Brandreth's
linament, or external remedy.
Witness my hand, JAMES TAILOR.
Ohio tp., Allegheny co. Pa. Jan. 10, 1840.
Dr. Brandreth's external remedy or linament; sold
at the store of GEORGE H. LEE, Pittsburgh, price
50 cents per bottle. feb 8.
Tr HE subscribers have removed to Water, between
Wood and Smithfield streets, where they will
continue the Wholesale Grocery and Commission busi
ness, and would respectfully solicit the patronage of
their friends. J. W. BURBRIDGE & CO.
dec 3
_Estee's Writing Institute.
C °"
'ER of Third and Wood street, over Kram
er's Exchange office, entrance on Third st. His
classes meet daily as follows: Gentlemen's class at 8
o'clock, A. M.; Ladies' class at 10, A. M. Ladies'
and Gentlemen's class at 7 P. M. Ladies' can re
ceive lessons at their residences during the afternoon.
V isiters will please call during school borers. jy 18.
Chest for Cash.-1
r6l/i.drB Seel Yarn.
N 0 . 45 at 15 at; per lb.
6 at 15 do
7 at 15 do
9. at 15 do
gat 15 do
10 at 15 do
11 at 15 do
12 at 15 do
13 uc 16 do
14 at 17 do
15 at 10 do
16 at 19 do
17 at 20 do
13 at 21 do
.19a 22 .do
20 'at 23 do
Painter'o,Logun &Keno
f 27 J
Circulating and Reference Library.
F religious, historical, political and miscellaneous
works, will ho open every day, Sabbath except
ed, from 7 o'clock A. M. until 9 P. M., in the Ex
change building, corner of St. Clair street and Ex
change alley, where punctual attendance will be given
sep 10.
rip HE aubscr ibers manufacture and keep constant
'''. ly on hand Coach, C and Eliptic Springs (war
ranted,) Juniata Iron Axles, Silver and Brass plated
Dash Frames, Brass and plated Hub Bands, Stump
Joints, patent Leather, Silver and Brass Lamps,
Three fold Steps, Malleable Iron, Door Handles and
Hinges, &e., &c. JONES & COLEMAN.
tarp 10 St. Clair st., near the Allegheny Bridge.
Travellers should select Boats provided with
Evan's Safety Guards for preventing Explosion of
Steam Boilers.
IT would be well fur the traveling community to
bear in mind that their security depends entirely
upon their own encouragement of boats that have or
may be at the expense of procuring the above appara
ta,. And that every individual making such selec
tions is'eontributing towards a general introduction of
invention admitted by nil men who understand the
inciples of the Steam Engine, to be a sure preventa
tive tuptinst those dreadful disasters. You have cer
tainly, in the handrail of explosions that have already
taken place, their almost daily occurrence, and the
thousands of lives that have already been lost, a suffi
cient warning, and inducement to make inquiry for a
Safety guard Boat, and in every case 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 correspondingdegree of liberality,
and by your preference show that you appreciate their
laudable CIldellV017•1 to stop this awful sacrifice of ha
mat life. They do not charge more than other boats;
their accommodations in other respects are equal, and
many oases superior; nna as there is one lenving
'insburgh every day, why w ill you run any risk, when
t is so completely in your own power to avoid those dis-
All boats marked thus ['l in the List of Arrivals and
Departures, in another part of this paper, are supplied
with the Safety Guard.
List of Boats prarided with the Safety Guard.
OSEE H IMES . would respectfully haftwni his friends
and the public in general, that ho dyes Ladies'
dresses, Habits and Mantels of every description, black;
and warrants them not to smut, and to look equal to new
goods. He dyes fancy colors of all descriptions of silk
and carpet yarn. Also, cleans and restores the colors of
gentlemen's clothing, so as to resemble new goods.
Mr. H. flatters himself that be can please the public,
as he has done an extensive business in New York for
twenty years. All work done on moderate terms, at his
establishment in sth St., between Wood and Smithfield
near the Theatre.
I"This is to certify that OSEE HIMES has done
work for us, whiok has fully answered our expec
tations, and we consider him a competent dyer.
S. Hemphill, Andrew Purdy.
Wtn. Barnes, W. B. Boles
J. B. Shurtleff, Wm. Porter,
David Hall, H. H. Smith,
B. F. Mann, Henry Javens
David Boles, A. Shockey, jr.
Joseph French, jr., Joseph Vera,
George Barnes. ap 20
Naylor & Co.'s Best Refined Cast SteeL
THE undersigned, agents for the above celebrated
stamp of Steel, will always keep on hand an as
sortment of the same, consisting in
Bestrefined Cast Steel, squared, flat, round and octagon,
do do do do axe temper,
Eitra do do do for nail cutters,
Best do Double and Single Shear steel,
English Blister, German, Granite; Wedge and Craw
ley Steel, at wholesale, by the rase, or in smaller lots
to suit purchasers. LYON, SIIORB & CO.,
je 24-3na _ Foot of Wood street.
1 nion Cotton Factory
*Long Reel Yarn.
500 at 8i cents per dozen
GOO at 74 do
700 at 6A do
800 at 5A do
-900 at 5 do
1000 at 5 do
Candlewick at 15 cents per lb.
Coin. Batting, 8 do
Family do., 124 do
Carpet Chain, 20 do
Cotton Twine, 20 do
Stocking Yarn and Cover
let Yarn-always
Cotton Warps made to or-
I ler.
.ly attendea to, if left. at .1 & C.
on,,lvri,or the Post Office: address
11.100RHEAD & CO.
Springs and Axles for Carriages,
Al Eastern Priccs.
mar 22
New York Dyer.
A Card.
JWILLIAM McCARTHY begs leave to
announce to the Gentlemen of Pittsburgh.
that he is prepared to make BOOTS of all
kinds, of the best Leather obtained from Philadelphia,
and over Lasts made by instructions from himself. Ha
does now for himself what he has so long done for the
Pittsburgh Bosses, i. e. alter and fit his lasts to suit the
foot. He has worked at the most fashionable work in
the Eastern cities,came here and instructed several how
to alter and fit, which can be attested by numbers of
Journeymen in this city, and now is rewarded by them
with contumely and abuse. He hereby challenges any
Bootmalier in Pittsburgh, (Boss of course,) to make a
pair or more of Boots, stock equal, measure to be ta
ken by each in his own way. Workmanship to decide
the matter.
Fourth st. or the Monongahela House Boot maker,
(as he calls himself,) have a rare chance now to show
themselves. If they can make a Boot let us see it.
W. McCarthy's Shop and Store on Market street,
next door to Second, and opposite J. Dunlap's Tin and
Sheet Iron ware Factory. july 11—tf.
To the Gentlemen of Pittsburgh.
TIIE subscriber most respectfully
informs the gentlemen of this city and®
vicinity, that he has commenced the BOOT and
SHOE making business in Fourth street, opposite the
Mayor's office. Having been foreman in some of the
most fashionable boot shops in the Eastern cities; and
having furnished himself with the best French and
American calf skins, he hopes by his attention to busi
ness to merit a share of public patronage. To those
gentlemen who have kindly patronised him he returns
his sincere thanks, and can with confidence appeal
for the goodness of his work and knowledge of his
business. P. KERRIGAN.
may 11
William Adair, Boot and Shoe Maker,
Liberty at. opposite the head of Smithfield.
JThe subscriber haring bought out the®
stock of the late Thomas Rafferty, deceased,has
commenced business at 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 612 ,, rte.;t. notice.
He keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of shoe
finding; of all description.. and of the hest quality. He
tholletts the patronare of the public and of the erdit.
shp 10—y NV:11. ADAIR.
David Clark, Ag't,
to No. 34 Market street, betvceen, Second and
Third streets, where he would be happy to see his
old customers, and all others who feel disposed to pa
tronise him. He uses nothing but first rate stuck, and
employs the best of workmen; and as he gives his con
staoi. personal attention to business, he trusts that he
will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
sep 10
No: 116, Wood at reel, ane cl‘v•ar above 6th,
EESI;anS Constantly,oPn handll cgal l k
Regalia:, ea irds of the best
s i ador„Coor
manes, Trablieas, ' Principes.
Also, half Spanish and common cigars.
Tobacco of all the best bawds. Cavendish, 5s
lump; Baltimore Plug, 1.2 s and 16s, lump.
Also, Mrs. Miller's fine cut chewino. ' tobacco.
Snuffs—Rapper., Scotch, Maconba,High Toa.st,&c.
He has also, all other articles in his line, which he
offers, wholesale and retail, at the lowest cash prices.
CALL AND SEE. je 8-6 m
Al the old stand of Young 4. M' Curdy, No. 43, Se
cond xtreet,. between IVood and Market,
RESPECTFULLY informs the friends of the late
firm, and the public generally, that he is prepa
red to fill all orders for Cabinct Work, of any kind,
with all possible despatch, and warranted to be equal
to any in the city.
Every attention will be paid to furnishing COFFINS,
&c., when required. je let-,y
Pilc Manufactory.
THE subscriber having commenced the manufac
ture of Cast Steel Files, from American materials
exclusively, merchants or other persons wanting can be
supplied by him with a better article than the foreign,
and at lower prices. Intending to use only the best
quality of File Steel, manufactured by the Messrs:
SHOENBERGER'S, which is now brought to a perfection
equal to the best English article, manufactured for the
same purpose, the subscriber has full confidence that he
will be able, in quality of articles and prices, to realize
the best hopes of the friends of American Industry.
Corner of & Liberty sts
jy 15-y
Horatio P. Young, Cabuict Maker,
(Late of the firm of Young 4. Ar curdy)
HAS commenced the ousiness in all its branches at
Not-2, Wood street, between First and Second
strs., where he will keep constantly on hand a good as
sortment of well made FURNITURE, and hopes, bs.
strict attention to bosiness, to merit a continuance of
the patronage of the public.
Every attention will be paid to furnishing COFFINS,
&c. lc. Furniture Car for hire. July 11
%Upholsterer and Cabinet rffaker,l
Third st.,betzram I rood and Market,
Respectfully informs hi: friends and the public that he
is prepared to execute all orders for sofas, sideboards,
bureaus, chairs, tables, bedstead!, stands, hair and
spring mattrasses, curtains, carpets; all sorts of uphol
stering work, which be will warrant equal to any made
in the city, and on reasonable Leans. sep 10
Matthew Jones, Barber and Flair Dresser,
Has removed to Fourth street, opposite the Mayor's of
fice, where he will be happy to wait upon permanent or
transient customers. He solicit.; a sham of public pa-
Zhe YDailp
From tole Dub/in Ihsiverrits
Notwithstanding, however, that poor Bale Motley
was regarded as a wanderer from Fairyland, there wee
something so irresistibly enaging about her. that even
to the tnost timid, she was an object of interest and
love. She lived amongst the neighbors, froth honsete
house. On the winter mornings, when the filthily Would ,_
be seat eel around the smoking potatoe-basket, Meal*.
would stile,' in and sit down among them, an nbidden .
but never an unwelcome' guest, or, when at nag t, the.
children would be huddled togethertamongst the Strew•
and blankets, there would be the fairy child, with bet .
pale face, and long black hen; lying calm and Uncine
scious at their feet. But as tithe rolled on, tra meae t .
became gradually aware of the fearful distinction be ,
tween herself and all her young associates, 110,W:title
became more and more strange and solitart. The be+
lief that she was a preternatural being, prodiqed t oi l
course, a state offeeling, which seethed to afford !dal,.
1 tional evidence of the fact; and while, frotn a &rebid
sensibility, she imagined none ever regartht hei - hlik..
with secret horror, she would wander away thietikgif •
the mountain glens, and witheut sympathy or COO:4M
mourn for that fancied home, :.-om which she imagined
herself an exile. The poor child was evidently sinking
under the influence of this melancholy illesithr. She.
became every day more inhumaniaed; shunting &wry
frequented place, and living almost altogether among
the secluded rocks of Dhuhatti. Often has the inelethe
of some poor but hospitable cabin met Mealey inuideet
in through the dewy fields, and compelled her alutedi
1 by force, to accept of a eight's shelter ! and whit:diet
1 the house could afford; and often, when invisible in the
darkness have her silvery tones been heard, quiverint
probably through a rising storm, as she sung
one abet'
musical and wild incantations. It was unfortaimite
that those very qualities which rendered her most belce
ved, favored the popular superstition, as well is her
own unhappy conviction. The susceptibility of het
little heart, and the constancy and enthusiasm of het
affection, particularly evinced in her attachnient to Sal ,
ly M'Cartan, were far beyond what is usually found hi
children of her year-; but this was probably not More
owing to any natural excellence than to her singular and_
unhappy lot. Her beauty, too, it must be confeased #
was of an elfish character. Her cheek was Of the pte
rest white, but even at that early age it was third and
very rarely was the slightest trace of color pereepuleles.
Sometimes, indeed, when her feelings wculd be sneer
ly excited. her eyes would flash, and a deep drirased.
glow give a new character to her countestareie: nee
hair ea; black, rich and abundant. Her eyes, met /
were of the same color; but they were larger than black ,
eyes usually are, and wonderfully bright and intellectU
al. There was only one individual with whoM Maley
felt herself on terms of perfect equality. We have els
ready mentioned the piece of scenery whirls stretches
eastward from above the borders of Lough Fay. Ma•
ny is the fearful legend associated with those peocinale •
and, indeed, when viewed in all their proper Cir . ame
stances—when the light of an autumn noon is it bort
them all, and utter darkness in their labyrinths and
caves—when the solitary trees, standing like imprison.
ed beauties within their rocky limits, have their datit foe
liege on—and when no sound is heard but the occett.
sional plash of the waters—you would say that Dba
hatti was as lovely a spot as ever fay or fairy haunted,
IWe fear, however, that its spiritual inhabitants have
ere this been obliged to 'wander from their dwelling;
a stately castle having been recently erected on its cote
fines by the proprietor of Fernev--a descendant of the
accomplished and unfortunate 'Essex.
High up in the face of these rocks, and looking out
on a rtsgred domain of heath and undetwood, may still
be seen the mouldering walls of a cabin, which a stran
ger can with difficulty believe was ever the abode of *
human being. It is absolutely inaccessible from be'
low; and even from above access is butts difficult
and dangerous. This hovel, at the period to which wd
refer had been for some years the residence of a single
lar character; who, partly from her mode of life, -bet
principal means of support consisting in the produce ti
the milk of a few goats; and partly that her real name
and origin were alike unknown, had received thel t ro r ;
f mimed nonunclature of Mary-the-Whey. Poor j
I was a harmless, simple-minded creature, but such quill,
ides it was supposed, were not incottipatible with it
1 knowledge beyond human wisdom, and a power great.
er than morals inherit; and some idle suspicions as to
her intercourse with the invisible creation, - teeing
strengthened by the connexion which seethed to exile
between her and the fairy-child. The only clue which •
had ever been afforded to the history of this latter, was
the circumstances of such a relationship; It was more
than a year after Medley's first aprirance, that an old
woman came to the door of M'Ca.rtan's cottage; and
begged a night's lodging and sere,, food. Mosley )
was sitting by the hob, started when she heard the
stranger's voice, and it seemed if some vague fecollece
lions were awakened, as she gazed long and eatnestly
in her face, while the mendicant, on her part was ob
served to eye the child with a look of snore than add.
nary interest. That entire night of Mealey continued
'silent as nervous, but she never mentioned to any
her feelings were, and in a little time the circum+
stances were forgotten. Soon after this, the stranger,
having, by the aid of charitable contributions, procured
a goat, took up her residence at Dhuhatti, where bet
herd gradually incrensed, hereon character mid that of
her whey being in equally high and universal estinime
Lion. Mary was probably in possession of more gossip.
ping secrets than any other individual in the parish,
for being "a wise woman," people spoke to her with
confidence; 'and even M'Cullougli himself, who seas
somewhat of a valetudinarian, and used frequently to
walk out to the Rocks to drink the goat's whey, was
said to be less reserved with Mary than with the neigh
bors in general. Such was the personage - with whom
Mealey had latterly-tesided, when she had Adopted the
groundless idea that she was an object of aversion to all
Whatever was M'Ctillougli's object in cultivating the
acquaintance of the family of Derrylarin, whether, as he
professed, to save an unfortunate being from the ruhti
which his dissipated courses were likely to entail, Or,
as Sally and her friends suspected, of a less laudable-a&
ture, his influence over M'Cartan hourly increased.--4
People were surprised at this strange friendship be=
tween a man proverbially unsocial and austere, mai
one whose life was a regular outrage on morality; But
the latter, with little interruption to his ettioYMeats,
saw everything flourish around him. His patrimony,
though greatly reduced, was still considerable; a n d
never had any previous summer afforded promise of a
wealthier autumn. lie was on the best possible terms
with himself and the world, and had no reason to doubt
the fidelity of his friend. But Sally viewed matters ht
v...2ry different spirit: She was perfectly convinced that
the hosier was actuated by dishonest motives, though
she was still perplexed as to their exact nature. He
had never, on any occasion, addressed her in the char.
acter of a lover, and vet it was evident her father bask.
ed on him in such a light; and hiis it was, of ell her
cares weighedheaviest on her heart. The prospect of
Johnny's return was too uncertain and remote to afford
her any comfort; and she could only console herself
with the reflection that amongst the many evils which
elcompassed her, the darkest of all could never he re.
alized without her own voluntary participation. Anal
Brennen became mote and more uneasy about the re
sult of this state of things, and more suspicions of the
hosier's view.. He had vainly endeavored, by hints
a'd insinuations, to awaken the f ars of the unsuirpeet;
ing farmer, but when at last M'Cullough was talked d
u iiversally as Sally's suitor, he though it high tinse 1a
speak out, in vindication of the rights of his .bleat'
friend. He was hartily prepared, , osm..for the
manner in which his interference was received- The
firmer affected wonderful indignation.
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(CON its 13 ED.)