Pittsburgh morning post. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1843-1846, November 24, 1843, Image 1
4 311=2 API Tri • • • PUBLISHED DAILY, BY PHILLIPS & SMITH, AT THE NORTH WEST CORNER OF WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS, PITTSBURGH, PENN'A, AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. VOL. 6 2. PUBLISHED BY TBOIIIIAS runizaPs & WM. B. SMITES N. W. corner of •Wood and Fifth Streets. Tunts. , --Five ilillars a yeax, payable in advance. Single eJpies Two CESTS-fur sale at the counter of the OSce, and hy News Boys. TLe Weekly Mercury and Illauutscturer I. published at the same office, on a double medium sheet, at TWO DOLLARS a year, in advance. Sin gle copies, SIX CENTS. PM SQUARE OF TWELVE LINES OR LESS: One insertion, $0 50 o.le month, $5 00 TWO dO-. 075 Two do.. 6 00 Three 4,, 200 Threedo., 7 00 One week, j 150 Four do., BOd Two do., 300 I Six do., 10 00 Tbroo do., . 400 Oue year, 15 00 . YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. CHANGEABLE AT PLYASCRE. ate Square. Two Squares. S;IC months, $lB 00 Six months, $23 00 Ota year, 25 00 One year, 35 00 13" Larger advertisements in proportion. MPCARDS of four lines SIX DOLLARS a year. Public Offices, &c. Cit.,. P. , It Office, Third between Market and Weed 'treats—R. M.-Riddle, Postmaster. C4l'o n N -.nue, Water, Ith door from Wood st.,Pe -1).-11 33' i buildinp—Major Join \Vinod:, Collector. City Treasury, Woa.l, bnwela First aa:l S.;co.el strezts—JamTa A. Bartra:n, Tr:lnsurer. Count j Treasury, Third street, next door to the Lila Presbyterian Church—S. R. Jobuiton, Treazu ter. Mayor's Office, Fourth, between Market and Wood gtreatv.i-Alexander Hay, MAyor. Merchant's E.rc'tange, Fourth uear 'Market it. -BANKS. Piassurg3, between Market and Wood streets on Third and Fourth street:. Merciisnte and Manufacturers' and Formers' psil Batik, (form !rly Ss.ving Fund.) Fourth, between W. 131 and Market streets. Nxekgrage, Fifth st. near Wood. HOTELS. Mononga74ela House, Water ctrect, 'war the Bride. Rie.h.dnge thte/, cor.ier of Penn and St. Clair- Mereiluts' Hotel, corner of Tkird and Wood. A ivrieznirfolci,coraerofTltirlanlSmithfiekl. Vsitel States, corner of Penn st. and Canal. . Spreal Eagle, Liberty street, near aet•enth. .ifassion. House, Liberty St., opposite IVn.yne. - Bra 11.Attrit's Mizitsioa. /base, Penn St., opposite Cins.l. tisp3rtatit to O azaers of Sitte ONiur:it's unrivalled Solf Setter;, for saw mills, w'tielt haw.: be.2:l so fully tested in different parts of t to Liaiod States, as well 3.3 in the cities of l'itts burgh aia'Ailegheny. e..ut b 3 deem in operation at a number of mills inthis nei;ltbarhood. viz: at Mr. Wick erthl:di milk, on roan street; at Bowarm C. Cham aers's uaillt, near tlin over All.,gltenc bride, and at Niarrison's mills, 03 flare's andi otheri.— The'abeve nand 'd machine can be obtained at W. W. W.tlla.co's sh-o, on Liberty street, near Smithfield, whera it is iittinj up. and whore the nnteltine will be ke?t censtantly on hulas. Apply to B. F. Snyder, or W. W. Wallac.... may 5 Roans' Chamomile Pills. ABR Ni J. CLENIEIt, residing at 66, Mott street, New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its most ar;ra,vated fsirrii. The symptoms vv.-re vi greattl.7.bility, fever, costive ne ts,cough, haartbara, pain in the chest mut stomach always after sa ting, iinntirctl appetite, sensation of sinking at the stomach, eavrad tea me, nausea, with frequent vomit lags; sliaziness towards night and restlessness. These na-1 C )ItiquaLl upwards of a twelvemonth, when, on co-uniting Dr. \Yin. Evans, 100 Chatham stree t, and s tbuttittin; to his ever successful and a;reeahle mode ut treatment, the patient was completely restored to it:34lth in the short space of one month, and grateful for tha. incalculable benefit derived, gladly came forward -w.ad trohinteered the above statement Fur sale, whole stile and retail; by R. E. SELLERS, Agent, .liep 10-y N. SO, Wood street, below Second. PalS3'll ilbarhaund Candy. p UTTL }: has received this day from New York, afresh supply of the above celebrated cure for C oughs, Colds and Consumptions; and is ready to AV. i p l y , customers at whalcsale or retail, at his Medical Aresey, 26 Fourth st. nov 12 111 _tter Bargains than ever,ors at the Three Big Do. rip E subscriber would r.!spect fully inform his cos * tstu3rsand the public:generally, that nutwithstad i t ig the n tpracedonval sales at the Three Big Doors, daring the present season; lie has still on hand the lar gest and Mldt varicd assortment of eleeaut CLO THING that can he bollZht. west of the mountains.— The public may rest assured that all articles offered at his store are maufactured from FRESH GOODS, pur chased Itieho Eastern markets this spring and made in- TO garments by Pitttsburgh workmen. In consequence of the multiplication of slop shops in par city, filled with pawn brokers clothes and the musty, east Offgarmsnts of former seasons, from the eastern ci ties, the pablic should be cautious to ascertain the char acter of the establishments in which they are invited to parch:lse, before they part with their ina.tev. The arti cles o'lhred at several of the concerns in this city, are the more offals of New York and Philadelphia slop shops„ and sent out here to be palmed off on the Pitts , burgh public. Purchasers she' 'd be on their guard a gainst these impositions, and they may rely un the fact thatne establishment tha.taclvertises en s<r rn made Clo thing, can give as good an article or as advantageous bargains as can be had at the "Three Big Doors." The public will please remember that all the subscri ber's g trio s are ma 'vitt/his cif y,by competent work to aail not gathered up like the eitods now offered by the "birds of passage" from the shrAs aid patches of titern slop shops. It will always be his endeavor to re tiittain the reputation that the "Three Biz Doors" have obtained for furnishing a superior style of CLO THING in every respect, and at prices below those of any_ other establishment. HoWOuld again return his thanks to his friends and the public for the unpreccdented patronage bestowed upon his establishment, and believing th‘t they have found it to their *drunter to deal with him, ho would repeat his invitation to all those who wish to purchase Clothing of every description at the lowest price,tc. call "it No. 151, LtilltltTY ST. JOHN M'C LOSKEY. 17" Observe Metal Plate in the pavement. ap 26. - - - Look st This. tuomoioo of -those who hate been sornewb.... -1 sceptical in reference to the numerous certih cams published in favor of Dr. Swayrte's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, on account of the persons being unknown in this Section of the State, is respectfully di meted to the following certificate, the writer of which bas been a citizen of this borough for several years, and known as agentleman of integrity and responsibility. To the Agent, Mr. J. Ktas r. have used Dr. Sware's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry for a Cough, with which 1.1.m.ve been severely.' sditiettid for shoat four months,and I.havezo he:simian in saying that it is the most effective medicine that I have. been able to procure. It composes all uneasiness, erid-agtt . oelslyell with my diet,—and maintains a regular indgbo t Ztite. I can sincerely recommend it to all iffnci-ed. "3. Mimes, Borough of M,.rrh 9,11310. Chambersburgh. For pale by WILLIAM THORN, No. 53 Mtrket At.roet. (-e,.13) U. Woods, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, thrice removed to Bakewell's Offices, ou Grant street, needy opposite the new Court House, next rooms to J. D. Mahon, Esq., first floor. sep 10 Bergh Toner, Attorney at Law, North East corner of Smithfield and Fourth streets, Pittsburgh. 'rep 10—y NrCANDLESS & 111'CLURE, Attorneys and Counsaliars at Law, °flit.° in the Diamond, back of the old Court House, sep 10 Pittsburgh. -- - Francis EL Shunk, Attorney at Law, Fourth strevt, above Wood, sep 10-ly ,Pittsburgh, Pa. Thomas ..13amilton, 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. L Darboraw, Attorney at Law, Tenders his professional services to the public. Office sep 10 oa sth st., above Wood. Pittsburgh. Byster & Buchanan, Attorneys at Law, Office removed from the Diamond to "Attorney's Row," shady side of 4th, between Market and WcXxlsts., sep 10 Pittsburgh. N. Bncktnaster, Attorney at Law, Hai removed hisoffire to Bearer' Law Buildings, .Ith st., above Smithfield, Pittsburgh. sep 10 George W. Laing, Attorney at Law, Office in Fourth street, near Smithfield, Pittsburgh sep9.7-I.' Reade Washington, Attorney at Law, Office in Bakewell'sbuilding,Grant street, rittsburgb nov 5, 184'2 John J. Mitchell. Attorney at Law, Office corner of Smithfield and Fifth streets, Pittsburgh [Collections made. All business entrusted to his care will be promptly attendril to. feb IG—v Wm, V. Austin, Attorney at Law, Pittsburgh I'a. Office in Fourth street, opposite Burke's L. -- "W !LUSA E. AUSTIN, Esq., will give his atten tion to my unfinished business, and I recommend him to the patmnage of my friends. sep 10-y WALTER FORWARD. Daniel l Curry, Attorney at Law, Office on Fifth itreet, between Wood and Smithfield np 8 Robert Porter, Attorney at Law, Office ou the corner of Fourth and Smithfield streets sop 10 Pittsburgh. Judson & Planegin, Attorneys at Law, Smithfield, near 7th street. Collections m•ule on mod erate terms. Pensions for widows of old soldiers under the late net of Congress obtained. rapers and &Aw ing., for tl patent office prepared. mar 17—y Henry S. Diagraw, Attorney at Law, [ins removed hi4offute to 1114 r:..sitieuro, o:1 Fourth 4t., two door abovoSmitlifteki. sep 10 J. D. Creigh, Attorney at Law, Office corner Siitithfic-11 will Third streq.i, l'ittiburgh my 25—Y L. Harper, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, CADIZ, RA IL FILSON' COUNTY, 01110 Will attend promptly to the collection or security of claims, and all profes:.ional business entra, , ted ttl n CUR' in the comities of liarrison, Jefferson, Belmnt, Guern sey, Tuscarawas, Holmes, Coshocton, Carroll, Suark and Wayne. REFER TO Metcalf * Loomis,) Maze!! * Fleming. ritt4 „ John Harper, rg . D. T. Morgan, J my 27, 18 13—tf _ U. Morrow, Alderman, Office north side of Fifth street, between Wood nod Smithfield, Pittsburgh. sep 10—tf Magistrate's Blanks, For proceeding! , in attachment under thelate law, for sale at office. y'2 5 Dr. S. EL Holmes, 01lice in Second street, next door to Mulvany & Co.'s Gins+ Warehouse. 'en 10—y Dr. A. W. Patterson, Office cm Smithfield street, third door from the corner of sixth street. se' , 10 Ward & Hunt, Dentists, Liberty street, a few &inns below St. (lair, ap 6,1843 Doctor Daniel McNeal, Office on Fifth street, between Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh. dee 10—v MAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO., COTTON TARN WAREHOUSE, No. 43, Wood Street, Agents for the sale of the Eagle Cotton Fartory Yarns mar 17-) VILLIAM H. WILLIAMS Williams & Dilworth, Wholesale Grocers, Produce and Commission Me chants, and Dealers in Pittsburgh Manufactured A ticles, No. 29. Wood s treet. sep 10—y NEW GOODS.—PRESTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers in English, French and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 81, Market weet, Pittsburgh. ser .1. G. & A. GORDON, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Water street, Pittsburgh. sep 10—y BIRMINGHAM & CO., Commission and Forwarding Merchants, No. GO, Water street, Pittsburgh, l'a. PT"TaaNts.—Receiving and shipping, 5 cent per 100 lbs. Commission on purchases and sales, 2A per cent mar 2:2—y DrOVIMSViIIe Juniata Iron Works, Ederar(l Hughes, Manufacturer of Iron and Nails Warehouse, No. 25, Wood st., Pittsburgh. .ep 10—) ----- • • HAILMAN, JENNINGS & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Pro- duce Merchants, Awl dealers in Pittsburgh Manufactures. nar 17 No. 43, Wood street l'ittoblin JOHNSON & DUVAL, Bookbinders and Paper Balers, Continue business at the stand late of M'Cuzulless Johnson. Every description of work in their line net, ly and promptly executed. may B—y NICHOLAS D. COLEMAN LLOYD R. COLEMAN. Coleman & Co., General Agents, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, Levee Street, Vicksburg, Miss. They respectfully se- INitconsignments. n 22:4 PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY, I\OVEMBER 24, 1843. EAGLE GROCERY STOEE 4 - - 11: S TACY LLOYD, Jr., Wholesale 4.nd Retail Gro cer and Fruiterer. No. 140 Liberty street Pittj burgh. may 20. Lr.awit. Wit x J 011 1 ,4 D. WICK. L. & J. D. WICK, Wholesale Grocers & Dealers in Produce, 116 Wood Street, 4 doors above Fifth st., niay 15 Pittsburgh, Pa. Dirmingham & Co., AGENTS FOR STEAMER CLEVELAND, March 2 John IL Brant, WholesaloGrocer, Dealer in Grain, General Forwarding and Com mission Merchant, Harrishurgh, Pa. NA T ILT. dispose of all goods sent for Commission Sales at the lowest commission rates. RElfEßExcrs: Phila.— . &VI . Esher, Day &Gel rish D. Leech &Cs Baltintere—W.Winn &co. Willson& I lerr,d . E. Elder Ha rrisbur gh-31 i eh'lßurke, H. Antes, J M. Holdman july JOHNSTON & STOCKTON, Booksellers, Printers and Paper Makers, No. 37, Market street. tep 10 THOMAS B. Youtin Furniture Ware Rooms, corner of Hand street and Ex change alley. Persons wishing to purchase furniture, will find it to their advantage to give us a call, being ful lv satisfied that we can please as to quality and price. AP 1 1 0 R. C. TOW NSEND & CO., Wire Workers and Wire Vlanaracturers, No. 23, Market su eet, between 211 slid 3d streets. se )10— • Corner of Pcnn and Saint Clair streets, by oep 10 McKIBBIN & SMITH Pilkingtorestinrivalled Itlacking,' MA NC FACTUREn and4old wholesale and retail, SIXTH STREET, 1J11 , 7 door below Smithfield. 'net 21-Iv. Birmingham. near Pittsburgh, l'n., nrumfactturr of locks, hinges anti hslts; tobacco, fuller, mill and timber ; crews: howien for milling mills, sep 10—y John DTCloskey, Tailor and Clothier, Liberty street, between Sixth street and Virgin nlley, South side. sep 10 Webb Closey's Boot and Shoo Manufactory, Ne. 83, 4th st., ne.rt door to the S. Bank. Lades prunellu, kid and satin Anse made in the neatest manner, and by the neatest French patterns. sep 10 William Doherty, AIiAT AND CAP NIANCFACTURERAK 143 Liberty street, between Market an .1 Sixth. ap 10—Gm. John Cartwright, CUT LER and Surgical Instrument Nlanufactarer. corner of 6th and T,iherty Atroet.A. Pittsburg, Pa. N. B.—Always on hand an extensive aAsortment of Surgical and Dental instvnients, Banker's, Tailor's, Flatter's, Hair Dresser's and Tanner's Patent Shears. Saddler's Tends, Trusses, &J.. ,le 24. Oak aad Poplar Lumber for Sale. A FEW thousand feet of s,arnned l tali. and Poplar Lundwr, for iale hy wll,,le.ale. Enquire of Jarnes C. Cummins, Es?. near the Fountain Inn. j:v - Dr. G•od's Celebrated Female Pills. rIIIIEsE Pills are strongly recommended to tin. 1 notice of ladies as a safe and efficient remedy in removing those complaints peculiar to theirsex, from want olexercitte,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. P.. SELLERS, Agent, sep 10 No. 20, Wood Street, below Second. Notice to Dr. Drandreth's Agents. riltrE office in Pittsburgh, which was established fo r the purpose of constituting rents in the west. having accomplished that ooject, is now closed, and Mr. G. 11. LEE, in the Diamond, Market strect,ap pointed my agent for the sale of my Pills and Lini ments. All Dr. Brandreth's agentswill, thercfore,un derstand tlrat Dr. B. will scud a travelling agent through the country once a year to collect monies for sales mndt; and re supply agents. The said traveller 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 Pennsyl vania. B. BRANDRETI - 1, M. D. N. B.—Remember, Mr. G. 11. LEE, in the rear of the Market is now my only agent in l'ittsburgh. .june 14 JOHN S. DILWORTH & MACKEY, AND CLEVELANti LINT. FRANCIS L. YouNG Thos. 13. Young & Co Exchange Hotel, James Patterson, jr., Facts. Hing av been afflicted for nearly two years, with a hard swelling on the cap of my knee, whiob pr,Kluced 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, J AM ES TAYLOR. Ohio tp., Allegheny co. Pa. Jan. 10,1840. Dr. Brundreth'.3 external remedy or linament; sold at the store of GEORGE 11. LEE, Pittsburgh, price 50 cents per bottle. feb 8. Dr. Dechter's Pulmonary Preservative. FOR coughs, colds, inlluenras, catarrhs, whooping cough, spitting of blood, pain in the breast, all diseases of the breast and lungs, lindurrest of approach ing consumption. Warranted free from mercury and other minerals. B. A. FAHNESTOCK & CO., jy 12 Agents for Pittsburgh, William C. Wall, Plain and Fancy Portrait and Picture Frame M a nufacturer, No. 87, Fourth street, Pittsburgh, Pa. CA N V ASS brushes, varnish, &c.., for artists, al ways on hand. Looking Glasses, &c., promptly fin. med to order. Repairing done at the shortest notice. Particular attention paid to reg-ilding and jobbing of every description. Persons fitting stamboats or houses will find it to their advantage to call. tep 10-y SAMUEL MORROW, Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware No. 17, Fifa strect,between Wood and Market, Keeps constantly on hand ago(' assortment of wares, and solicits a share of public patronage. Also, on hand, the follovrhigartieles: shovels, pokers, tongs, gridirons, skillets, teakettles, pots, ovens, coffee mills, Rue. Mer chants and others are inci ted to call and examine for bemselves, a s he is determined to sell cheap forcash or approved paper. mar 7—tf PORTRAIT PAINTING. J. OSBORNE, Port raft Painter, Fourth st., 3d story Burke Buil ding. J • Osborne would solicit a ealrfrorn those who desire Portraits .Speirriens can be seen at his rooms may 5. • I nion Cotton Factory. S REDUCED Low , ° Reel Tarn. 500 at Si cents per dozen 600 at 74 do 700 at 6. do 800 at 54 do 900 at 5 do 1000 at 5 do ' Short Reel Yarn. No. 5 at 15 ctsperlb 6 at 15 do 7 at 15 do 8 at 15 do 9 at 15 do 10 at 15 do 11 at 15 do 12 at 15 do 13 at 16 do 14 at 17 do 15 at 18 do 16 at 19 do 17 at 20 do 18 at 21 do 19 at 22 do 20 at 23 do Candlewick at l 5 tents per lb. I Corn. Butting, 8 do Family do., 12. do Carpet Chain, 20 do Cotton Twine, 20 do Stocking Yarn and Covor let Yarn always nn hand. Cotton Warps made to or- ler. y attcnlcd to, if left at J & C. inedy's,or therm!. Office:address K. MOORHEAD & CO. Orders prompt]: Pamter's,Logan &Kenr f 27 PITTSBURGH Circulating and Reference Library. OF religious, historical, political and miscellaneous norks, will he open every day, Sabbath except. ed, from 7 o'clock A. M., until 9 P. 111., in the Ex change building, corner of St. Clair street and Ex change alley, where punctual attendance will be given by J. GEMMIL. sep 10. _ PITTSBURGH MANUFACTORY. Springs and Axles for Carriages, it Eastern Price:. HE subsetibers manufacture and keep constant ..l ly on hand Coach, C and Eliptie Springs (war rantetL) Juniata Iron Axles, Silver and Brags 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, &c., &c. JON ES & COLEMAN. se 10 St. Clair st., near the Allegheny Bridge. NEW CLOTHING Cheaper and better than can he had at any other place west of the mountains. Can for Bargains AT THE THREE DIG DOORS, N 0.151, Liberty Si., atm . the lickßou Foundry. TEnt subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that his fall stock of Goods comprises a larger and more varied assortment than has ever been opened at any house in this city,and I from the favorable terms at which his purchases were made, he is enabled to sell clothing cheaper than it can be bad in any other establishment in this city. He would request the public to call and examine his splen did assortment of all the articles of dress, and from the encellence of the material, the style of workman ship and the very low price at which all his articles are sold, ho feels confident that every one will find it in their advantage to purchase at the "Three Big Doors." As none but the best cutters and workmen arc em ployed, orders to make clothing will be attended to in a manner not surpassed by any other establishment in the city. lie would again return his thanks to his friends and the public for the Unprecedented patronage bestowed upon his establishment, and believing that they halve found it to their advantage to deal with him, he would repeat his invitation to all those who wish to purchase clothing of every description at the lowest pt ice, to call at No. 151, Liberty st. JOHN M'CLOSKEY. rFObscrve metal plate in the pavement. olli-tf Iron Safes. IRESPECTFULLY inform the public that I have ' and keep always on hand an assortment of Fire Proof Safes. The price, in consequence of the ma terials and labor being ranch lower, is reduced about thirty percent. They are kept for sale at my shop, in Sixth street, above Smithfield, next to the church on the corner of 6th street—as also with Atwood, Jones & Co., and llalzcll & Fleming. In regard to the qual ity of my safes I leave those persons who have pur chased and will purchase net safes to attest the util ity of them. I desire no newspaper puffs on my safes; justice and truth warrant me in informing the public that all my safes which base been is buildings burnt down for several years since I commenced have pre serverl rdl the papers, hocks, &c., which they contain ed. I have a card containing a number of certificates of the same, which arc in circulation and in my hands and the agentes. JOHN DENNING. N. 13. A few pair of steel Springs for sale, made by Jones & Coleman, and will be sold low. Also, a screw press, with power in punch holes in half inch iron. se 20--tf Improved Magnesia Safes, MANUFACTURED BT CONSTABLE & BU RKE, Fifth Street, between Wood and Smithfield, Pittsburgh. Pa. IjILIE subscribers present their respects to their nu -1 merlins friends for their former liberal patron age, and would take this method of assuring them and the public generally that rill lattice favors will be duly appreciated. Their articles have been fully tested, of which sufficient testimony will be given to any inquirer. The principles of their locks and safes are not sur passed in the Union. The price also is considerably lessened, and will be found as low, if not below any other responsible house in the Union. We would take this opportunity of thanking tho va rious Editors of this city and elsewhere, who have spoken so highly of us and our safes. The public are respectfully invited to examine our articles beflite purchasing elsewhere, feeling assured the superiority of our manufacture will be apparent to all candid spectators. N. CONSTABLE & E. BURKE. N. B. Safes can be obtained of any size or shape, or of nny principle of lock or construction, of the sub scribers, or of S. Church, Second street, Pittsburgh, Pa. n2o—tf Beware of a Settled Cough! 11 - IR. M' LAN ES Sudorific Lung Syrup,being a safe and effectual remedy for Cougs, Catarrhal Fever, Influenza, Pleurasy, the first of forming stages of Con sumption, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Sr.c. Some do zen of certificates of its valuable effects ran be pro duced, one of which is now offered. This is to certify, that I hada very severe Cough all last winter, and was very much reduced. After trying medical aid to no purpose, I was advised to procure a bottle of Dr. M'Lane's Lung Syrup; it gave me relief immediately, and in two weeks 1 was able to go out., andfully believe it to be one of the most valuable med icines now before the public, for Cough and breast com plaints. ELIZABETH MORRIS. 10A fresh supply of this valuable Cough medicine just received at N the D KIDD, oct o. corner 6o of ‘Vood and Fourth Rte C. A. 11114ANVINTY, FORWARDING & COMMLSSION MERCHANT, Canal Basin,corner Ware and Liberty streets, Pitts burgh. Agent UniteiStatea PrntablepostLine. sept 4-3 m. _ o tho Gentlemen of Pittsburgh. ITHE 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 fashiunoble boot shops in the Eastern cities; and haying 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 st. opposite the head of Smithfield. IThe subscriber having bought out the® stock of the late Thomas Rafferty, deccased,has commenced business at the old stand of Mr. R., and is prepared to execute all descriptions of work in his line, in the best manner, and on the shortest notice. lie keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of shoe findings of all descriptions, and of the best quality. lie solicits the patronage of the public and of the craft, sep 10—y WM. ADAIR, David Clark, Ag'i, JFASHIONBLE BOOT MAKER, has removed to Nu. 34 Market street, between 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 stock, and employs the best of workmen; and as he gives his con stant personal attention to business, he trusts that he will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage sep 10 Pittsburgh Manufactures, Cheap for Cash. No 8, Filth at. 7'ico doors front Market. T YATES intends to manufacturer a bet .4lii . ter article of Ladies', Childrens and Misses' Shoes. and sell them cheaper for rash than they can be bought in the city. He will keep constant ly on hand and makes to order Ladies' Shoes of all kinds and colors, at very low prices, of the following list. Ladies' Lasting Foxed Gaiter Boots, $175 " best quality Kidor Morocco Gaiters, 150 " Calfskin Boots, 1 3?,} " Foxed Half Gaiters, all colors. 13f. " best kid and Maroc° buskin, 1 181 " Doubly Soled Slippers, (Jeff.) 1 l f2A " fine Kid Springs and Turns, best quail 00 " Springs, heavy, 87. " Slippers, 75 oil II 624 All Shoes made hero warranted. Misses' andChil• (imps' in the same proportion. 1 - Remember the • place, at the sign of the Rea Box, No. 8, Fifth street July 1 WESTERN EXCHANGE COFFEE HOUSE, No. 9, MARKET STAKE'', Pittsburgh. iSTERS and other refreshments,will be served up Oin good order. Namely: Oysters raw,fried,stewed, and on chafingdishes. Also, ix THrstHEn. at thestand, or roasted, as soon as the season is sufficie.,tly advan ced for their safe transportation. TUE PROPRIETOR is determined that this establish ment (which is the old ouster depot) shall maintain its rtmut,otion for the good quality of his ALE, LI QUORS. CIGARS, and such refreshments as travel era or citizens may require. oct nnINICTURE WARE ROOMS. ALEXANDER M'CURDT, At the old stand of Young 4. M' Curdy, No. 43, Se cond street, between Wood and Ma. ket, RESPECTFULLY informs the friends of the late firm. and the public generally, that he is prepa red to fill all orders for Cabinet Work, of any hind, with all possible despatch, and warranted to be equal to any in the city. Every attention will bcpaidto furnishing COFFINS, &c , when required. je 16—y File Manufactory. Ti I E subscriber having commenced • the manttfitc• lure of CaM Steel Files, from American materials eNclusirely, 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: SHOES BERGIER'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. GEORGE'. ROTHERY, Corner of O'Hara & Liberty sts. jy 15-y Horatio P. Young, Cabinet Maker, (Late of the firm of Young Curdy) HAS commenced the ousincss in all its branches at No 22, Wood strict, between First and Ses:ond strs., where he will keep constantly on hand a good as sortment of well made FURNITURE, and hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of the patronage of the public. Every attention eillbcpaid to furnishing COFFINS, &c. A Furniture Car for hire. July 11 JOHN McFARLANH, rpholsterer and Cabinet Maker" Third st., between Wood and Market, Respectfully informs his friends and the public that ho is prepared to execute all orders fur sofas, sideboards, bureaus, chairs, tables, bedsteads, stands, hair and spring mattrasses, curtains, carpets; all sorts of uphol stering work, which he will warrant equal to any made in the city, and on reasonable terms. sep 10 I Matthew ;ones, Barber and Bair Dresser, Has removed to Fourth street, opposite the Mayor's of fice, where he will be happy to waitupon permanent or transient customers. He solicits a share of public pa tronage. sep 10. FALL FASHION FIATS AND CAPS. Okt The subscriber having returned from the Fast with the latest style. of Dais, has now on hand and will con stantly keep a large msortment of his own Manufac ture, which for lightness, service, beauty, and cheap ness, cannot be surpassed, and would respectfully in vite his friends and the public to examine his stock of , Hats and Caps, at the Manufactory, No. 73. Wood st. sep 9-3 m 'WILLIAM DOUGLAS. NEW FASHIONABLE HA, Sat and Cap Manufactory. flik ! No. 93 Wood street, 3 doors below Diamond .Alley THE subscriber willkerp constantly on hand every variety uithe most fashionable H /CIS and CA PS, wholesale and retail. at reduced prices. Persons wishing to purchase will find it to their intee rest togive him a call. S. MOORE. Pittsburgh, sug. 29,1843. GRINDING AND POLISHING —Sad Inns ground and pnlisbed, anvils and other kinds of grinding done at the Cast Steel File Manufaetory.cor ner of Liberty and O'Hara streets. aug IS PRICE, TWO CENTS. I),e Mailp Atoning Poo PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT. The Boston Transcript gives a synopsis of a lecture by Mr. Gr:i 'don on Tuesday evening, from bib WO quote the following I "Cursorily glancing over the nations regarding the pyramids contained in the works of the last two cen. tunes, he brought forward some of the wrong opini. ors, before presenting the right. Such as, attributing their erection to the first children of Noah, in the hope of elevating, themselves above the waters in case tithe return of the deluge ! The supposition that they were built by the Patriarch Seth, before the flood for his tomb; and by the Hykshos and Celtic Druids. A fa. ye, ite theory has been to make the hapless Israelite* , heir workmen=whilst Cslntet came in for a slap for I his attempt to prove that Moses and Aaron were the foremen of the work, Some writers have made them the granaries of Joseph, or his tomb—and again the tomb of Pharaoh who was drowned in the Red See, This last idea Was refuted at once by the facttinat the erection of the 39 pyramids in Egypt antedate to Al walla nt by many generations, and that neither Joseph or Pharaoh' could be buried in 39 places at once! Some writers assert that they were erected by ctiptire Trojans ; a thousand years before .Troy was bulk. More recent writers have tried to demonstrate thatthe Pyramids were built solely "to square the circle," or s fur vast reservoirs in which the waters of the Nile were purified. They have been thought to be sate. tuaries of oracles—astronomical obserantories, oddest idea of all, raised as the burial place of the bull Apis; and possibly to receive the remains of a cow. The day is passed., he said, when we are forced to acs cept as the emanations of Greek or Roman original wisdom, truths, the primitive source of which in Egypt, is attested by existing monuments as belonging to ages long before 'Muses. But, to the facts about the Pyramids. Mr. Giddon said, that as to the epoch of their construction; they were built between North and Abraham, hr the mini. lel of Bible chronology; and between Mime. the las Pharaoh of Egypt, and the aCetbision oi'the 10th The. ban dynasty in the scale of hieroglyphieal chronology. They all existed, and many of them were ancient in B. C. 2272. They all are 4000 years old, and soot* of them near 5000. They were built by the Egyptian children of Ham—the Caucasian and Asiatic descends , ants of Noah, who colonized Egypt after the flood, and become Egyptians. As to the objects of the Pyramids, they are exceedingly sepulchral, being the royal tomb. of those Egyptian kings Who died between the Ist and 12th dynasty of Marietho. The lecturer next proceeded to remark upon the tk , .. Hods and progress of the modern explorations at rho Pyramids of Memphis, "cutting up" in the onset, the speculations of uninformed travelers from Bruce in 1763 to any ignorant any-body else in 1831—including Shaw, Denon. Dr. Clarke, `• poor Mr. Silk Bucking. ham," ant the still poorer Mr. St. John." In the present year Mr. Gliddon triumphantly declared, that I the truths of positive research and discovery had err abled the modern school of hierology to " pass the sponge of oblivion over all the thoughts" of such intagis native travelers. Sir. Gliddon p...ys little attention to any opinion pre. vious to the era of the French and English expedition! to Egypt in 1798 and 1802. the result of which was two great works, the descripti on "de l'Erpte" at Paris, and Hamilton's F.gyptiaea at London. Between 1816 —1829, Caviglia, Salt, Belzoni, Jumel, Baron Vest Minutoli and Dr Marucchi had made enplonttions in the pyramids, discovering some new passages, clearing sway sand, &c., but found nothing satisfactory to rev ward them; and it was not untillB2s that Champollion'a interpretation was brought to bear upon these massy structures. Messrs. I\ ilkinson, Burton and others, explored them topographically and proved their se pulchral utilities, and in 1828-29, the French and Tuscan missions under Champallion and Rosellini ad ded new farts to the investigations of their English i colleagues. In 1837, Col Edward Vvse, an English cavalry cliS cer, visited Egypt, spent thousands of pounds in pyr amidal excavations, and rendered the wcrld indebted 6.r what is now known about these monuments. As C.'!. V%lj i A expense, Mr. Pen ing, a scientific engineer, devoted his time to the same work---the result of.all of which has been the publication of Col. Vyse's magnifi cent folio and quarto volumes. to which Mr. Glidden acknowledges his indebtedness for knowledge that exs ists in no other work. in the world. The Egyptian Society and a few private individuals have verified hi erological knowledge to the close of 1841. A new era date from 1892; and as a clear knowledge of Egyps t an history is possessed from 2000 years B. C., it is on the pyramid built long before then, that the men- Lion of the savans of Europe is now concentrated. On this hoped fur information, depends allisnowledge of the human race between Mizra i m and Abt uhatntnow a void of time. The Prussian Scientific Mission un der Prof. Lepsint.4oll-directing their efforts to this great ends—whilst the scientific and curious areanxions ly expecting the great l'russian Work, in which many astounding fact., as hinted in private eorrespondentsea, and expressed in official documents will be presented. JAMES YATES The following humorous "Review of the Marker," v. e cat from the N. O. Crescent City. It is rich. The supply of wool has been light, and seders have been fleeced. Some buyers have pm chased on skean,. Carpets are lively, but they will be dawn ns soon u the Weather :T,CLS Cold. Holders lace "t. reated a dust" in iho article do Ong the past week. The boot mark.st is tight, and holders are unwilling to let go. Shoes are fiat. and pumps in no demand. except in dry weather. Stockings come higher thin socks, though the supply of the latter is short. Shawls are cheaper than they were, being entitled to draw-bath. The same may be said of ladies India rubber garters. There am few gloves on hand, and we notice a disposition tofta ger in the article. Bonnets have take n a rise—behind, and holders are firm, we are informed of same transactions in this article, that won't bear daylight, but we have heard no report. "Bolt-ing, Cloth" is not in demand, as sine of the sub-treasurers in this country have 'S vi• a rtwouted.' Mohair is not called for, owing to the gent rill coltivation of whiskers. Aprons are quiet—. Collars arc grasped nt occasionally—Cuffs are com mon, particularly in families, and takers are shy—the enquiry for curls was dampened last week by the rain--. C,hemisetts are not so low as they were, and we antici. pate a rise (in the neck) as soon as cold weather ap pears. Hinges are uncertain and open wide doors for purchasers. Tailors' geese are in demand, as Christ. ; inns draws near—at least they seam so. Bottles WO i asked for—those without corks la log preferred. Hold* ere ate not very anxious to let go. though when they !do they dispose for draught at short sight. Fans 1 :iiu neglected, and holders have cooled off. Curled hair is down—from the cranium to the chin. Curled rllO-3 in demand b y the negroes who have brought the business to a hea d'. Women's lips and other mist meats are demanded. We hear of some operations, in i 'spite of the teeth.' Few are taken on speculations 1 since the passage of tha bankrupt act. Corsets hold their oxen' nail sometimes more; -whalebone, on this account, giers a little, and the cot/ea market is las proved thereby. Belts are tight. -. They have a regular system of Telegraphs in New York, for the purpose of conveying the drawn numbers in the varion3 lotteries to that city in a . trim' minutia. Look-outs are regularly arranged, the object beiragto es• able folks to "policy" on the numbers. and make "hits" to a handsome amount. Some men hats growl" rich at this singular business. St. John's steeple ia closely watched by the policy dealers, in tinier not to sank; yowl tbe-minute is which the nears may beepeamml eb ar r i v e. Sometimes a rascal pats the hakaisof .Shis clock back, and than, such a scene! At to is ehareb steeille, for such s . ' purpose---what a prostitution air holy buildiarte uniotr purposeir.--Pitea. Bp. 3heo.; . A •Ir ; ;),. FIRST RATE LOT OF PUNS LOTTERY "POLICES" AND TRICKS.