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.0. vailtu.F. l f..4PA,,.. iy telegraph , t to our r! a d.
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'‘.4tialaable.adnited Mai la lialtab
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the Pittsburgh Xiit,laiing to do duty as
die Coppe organin th
ese parts, must
aemetimea go on it. belly, like any other
inttkesixt d,, we suppose , eat doe; toor-ao
estordinga the curse that the species
tiittOtpr4eidiet tit: &Incited, pulverised
,41:10littirthittlatter queition—if it is •
ta the eating of the material—
. Rattled ` or not,' just as the reader pleases to
- *ark it, for the '
nouns, (tor we will not
_ argue it at present, eiGtorlegically or phis
tologirelly,) there can sor ely be no question
by its dust:lls it may, the Post
pas alwayia supply ready to throw in the
ihrreadera. Yesterday, in-an arti
- IdiaPnapos oi contemporary's notice
of Surra - O'Braltri's letter in reply to ono
ittenitome time ago by General Mat ants
a' Mkt editor, it thus "sums up" on the
'mats of the rase/lion :
TM hlocidy 'teachings of siboiltionieni pro
; ~..40cia present Natiosal troubles, and their
i. likely to prevail there iroubLes
from coming to a- speedy termination. dhoti-
Agog r cleelares flat slavery was the cause of
the star, and that, consequently, we cars have no
;pease until slavery is destroyed. This is now
pregramme, s fact that appears quite
.Z.trummprehetsible to Mr. Smith O'Brien.
*Der reading this, what unsophisticated
'raider' would believe that on Thursday, the
it 26ig the same being Thanksgiving Day,
: , "4and 'kola by, the c roft as such, it had the fai
r- loiring - radical Abolition article in its wit
- - 77.,t0rial column:
2111L"TCLIS OT BIATEILT ,
Independent' of the moral of the existence
of slave_ ryilt wotild have been a blessing to our
j peoplehaS the iiititution 'lever ezistedamong
! be a day of thanksgiving and
rejoicing when we bear of its. final extinction
' in the Bolted States. Wears not prompted to.
'these refiettions,,becanie of the horrible pie
tires painted of the teutirinities of slavery, by
-*: the' Beaded imaglnitions of Abolitionism; bad
slavery unquestimishly is—in its • mildest
'feria—its wont phases here neverroached the
depths of degradation and guilt attributed to
them by oar Northern fanatical declaimers.
Were the entire slave population of the South
fitted for emancipation, we should be glad to
sir them entree to-morrow. As it is we hope
- Soleil some scheme of gradual emancipation
Sidepted, by which the institution will speeds
. ly die cut and be forgotten. Oar principal
reason for this is, that it will remove a Tics
lion-cif agitation and contention, which will
be allowed to rest, so long as there Is a
slave within our country for canting political
heritev and hollow-hearted pretenders to
The great mass of the people North and
South haven° interest In this eternal slavery
gaestioa, avail Those of the South who fa
vor the institution most; ire those who make
the most out of it,. in dollars and cents. Those
• in the ,North, who are most clamorous against
• it,.:Willewtons who Bars sighing for the slave,
their aympathiel for his! condition extending
.itriferther tbark• how It will affect his party.
• - One ait—the' aietirownen—desire to extend
~ , I littfi ll 4l l uplanatv the syatem,ss a means of m'ik
!„_ , ln trim. while • the Northern agitator de
nounces it in order that ho may ride into
power and consequence , We do not, of course,
ha**. remarks, mesa that all those who de
tailni4,altalliat slavery are hypocritical ; we
`,allude exclusively to those demagogues who
:.;:meths pettiest for political purposes.
• ..4 As long settle Southern slavery propagan
&Ste were IMAKIIIid to be all powerful in the
cianials'Of the nation, we saw how saber?-
thin were many leading Northern
statesmen. .Mark Daniel S. Dickinson, Benj.
. - atlar, Forney and a thousand others -of
same sort, who ware, according to their
,iwitteschings,,therustaral allies of the Booth.
1,1164 at this ' s ame' of rookie's and danger
our persons now, In. their denunciations of
-Bustrformer Southern Masters, as they were a
' few years since of Northern abolitionists.
When the , great, ElltaeWright, in .1848, an
nounced his oPriltion to the. extension of
. slavery to Doc :territory,, these "Northern
tails of thestave power" opened their batter
! lee upon bim, , and newer closed their warfare,
until death 'relieved him of their ?eczematous.
So with toL-Benton; be took ground against
Berikoares, system of propagandise', and he,
toe; became a marked man. In all the schemes
pit fcirward 'for the prostration of -such lolly
•Matesmen'as Wright and Benton, the Northern
men alluded to, always assisted in the 62111.1-
~. ghlation. The most Inge:ohm of th em all was,
perhaps, Robert Ptesident Polk's
'cliental,' of theTriaiat7, and he, too, at the
~,,pressat time, is dem in denunciations of
If we look Smith, we perceive another
'due who i rbet a few years since, regarded
'levier as being a divine Institution • but
erbeinow, falling in with the Adminlstrallon's
:declare in favor of its extinction.
.Autoog this eines Is that stupendous dome
j'7,,gopte, Person - Brownlow, of Tennessee. Bat
- a years shlose4ho appeared In public de
in.Phliedelphis, so the champion of ale
' 'ir ;harlot his arguments' upon the scrip
• , Atiresi, he now comes out and loforms us that
be favors It. destruction.
Protilbeie evidences, and they are but a
few among' thousands , at our command, we
satisfied-that the Satire peace of this new
distracted and.biseding country requires the
'final ertillatlon if slavery-amongst as. We do
. not allude;to ersdientionthhi year or next,
erviihethir. shell disappear titbit generation
or idea .is that its final abo„
tome Axed period, is necessary for
4holtitire Pewit of this Repablio.
must be removed from the arena of poll-.
ar pretending ,phlitaithroptstiland sefiam
%,',...Atigiiirmsgeiguer, will use it not for the bone
' .?-tr".fit.ol 4- 'tlie slave, but for their own aggrandise
maul.Doug the - effects:Cif the commotion 0e
,•..-;:teldinnidljincesteet agitation alluded
-- ":?4'Z•444 he' ocallued tia - those who, riot in It, we
scald afford to let the tempest rage. Unfor
.Y.g.'l'.llnteteli,..boweireti;•this is notes cue. We
alike:;;'l3ut there Is :a . rainbow of
ithang.thitilighgo gloom. One of
the results of tho presentrebellion_ will be the
traokeningior perhaps, destreatbin of one of
!4:'4 - -its.esiosciavery'lls the Sohth. With, that
follow. the death of Abolition” aniengcior
•••- Mien sifter the terrible expelling/iv
Cif theresentlimeii our country will be co
ineressed civllitation, baits
;,-lcutiltratt• wings, will spread its blessings upon
a SWEeeereted,,lliepublie, destined to be the
•*.'if4'greelest , , nation' upon which .the sun has yet
44. ITheit read_the above Thanksgiving
• '1, - ! • Day 'article, we -.lagan to have some ,hope
• Ike was like a<confession
sin, and even"--tt.lt bad not quite a trim
top u oiniiivito were - , almost
suadedt'that it idgalfted a certain measure
-.•of Mitt;graetvluid' that tall: 'pentane..
!oul4..notne at taet,, - : But todayweare pot
illt~ed with the': true shpt , wltea a: Apr; Or:
• tholiattOd:positleas of a...X 03 .4 co*
ii IKOuk , l 4 47otiklitovetid the dist.
Umiak -goat if the Valid 8008 saes
Whltttei mid lgararier-ortiltis Rebellion
..Letteno to lhe MO -Slavery Ceri.;.,
At theineeting Of the Anti-Slavery Society
in Philadelpida, on Thursday, a letter was
Vaaiifrom Jobn E. Whittier to William Lloyd
Ciarrison, in width the following pump Co
"[look back over thirtryears and ealj to
mind all. the drone:atm:ices of my journey to.
PliiMelphis; in. eoreptury witlathyself led the
excellent Dr. Thurston, of pan g , even
es we thought,ert - eld:terin,..bit still living,
and true as creme tho geed canto. I recall
the early gray morning when, with Samuel J.
Say, our colleague _ on the committee to.pro
p•re a . deelaritioutf - ientimentsior the eon.
rention, I climbed to. the email upper chem.
ber' of a colored friend to hear thee read the
first draft of a pig - FL:doh will lire u long as
ear national Vinery. Ines the =Others of
the Minvintion, solemnised by the responst,
-billtvrise,ene by oneiantisliently affix their
names to that stern pledge to human freedom: .
Of the signore, many haveltued away frdm
earth Warr have faltered 'and turned back,
but, believe„ - the majority still live to rejoice
over the great triumphs of truth and justice,
end to (devote what remains of time and
strength to the cause to which they consecra
ted their yoeth,end manhood thirty Jean
"For while we matwellthini God ind con . -
gratulate one another on the prospect of the
speedy emancipation of the slavetof the Uni
ted States, we must net for a Moment forget
that from this hour new and mighty-responsi
bilities devolve upon ns, to aid, direct and
educate these nillSons, left free, indeed,but
bewildered; ignorant, naked and foodless in
the wild chaos of civil war. We have to undo
the accumulated wrongs of two centuries ; to
-remake the manhood that slavery has well
nigh unmade; to see to it that the long-op-
Tressed colored man has a fair field for devel
opment' and improvement, and to tread under
our feet the last vestige of that hateful preju
dice which has been the etrougest external
support of southern slavery. We must lift our
selves at once to the true Christian attitude,
where all distinctions of black and white are
overlooked in the heartfelt recognition of the
brotherhood of man.
"I must not close this letter without con
fessing that I cannot be sufficiently thankful
to the Divine Providence, which, in a great
measure, through thy instrumentality turned
me so early away from what Roger Williams
calls "the world's great trinity, pleasure, profit
and honor," to take Bide with the poor and op
pressed. I am not insensible to literary repu
tation; I love, perhaps too well; the praise
and good will of my fellow-men ; but I sot a
' higher value on my name as appended to the
Anti-Slavery Drelaration of 1833 than on the
title page of any book. Looking over a life
marked by many errors and short-comings. I
„rejoice that I have been able to maintain the
pledge of that signature; and that, in the long
"My vote., the' not the loudest, ban been he
Whe erar Freedom raided her cry of pain."
LETrin IMOISSENATOIL 8V315111.
Mr. Sumner wrote as follows :
"Boston, December I, 1863.
"My Dear Sir: 1 shall not be able to take
part in the proceedings to which you kindly
invite me ; but wherever I may be I shall
unite in your thanksksgivings that God hes
already allowed so much of the good work to
be accomplished, and, by visible assurances,
enabled us to see clearly that slavery will soon
be at en end.
"It is sad to think that this infinite good is
reached only through the fiery process of war
—so contrary to all your desires and to all
mine. Bat we have Dothan chooses. The
alternative has not been ours. Te save the
republic--to save eivilisstion—to . lave our
homes from degredation—to save ourselves
from participation in unutterable crime and
bisenesss, it has been necessary to rally the
aritintry spinet a rebellion whose single object
is the exaltation of slavery. Never before
in history was there a war so necessary and
just as that which we are compelled to wage ;
and never before was there a war which prom
bled such transcendent results.
"It islonly When the rebellion is seen in
its true light, as slavery in arms seeking do
minion-and recognition, at home and abroad,
that wo can find the true measure of our duties.
Of course every concession to the rebeltioe—
all parley with it—is a voluntary assumption
of its guilt.
" You and your assocla es have stood firm
for many years. Bach pious fidelity mat
have its reward in no approving conscience ;
but it cannot be forgotten hereafter on earth
or in heaven.
"And may God continue to bless the good
cense, and to blots you, who have labored so
" Believe me, my dear sir, with mash regard
" Very faithfully yours,
4 ' Cantata Sousse.
"Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Esq."
Incidents at Chattanooga.
The Meth:matt Caeuaerciai print, the follow
ing extract of a private let.er from an officer
la Grant's army :
A groat many prisoners have been brought
In. The charge of the army on Mission Ridge
astonished Bragg. Breckinridge's head
!ratters were on the Ridge, in full view of
our troops. The lady who lives there told our
troops the following: "Before you all came
up here, I asked General Brags, 'What are
yen going to do with me, General ?' lie says
to me, 'Lord I Madam, the Yankees will never
dare to come uPhere.' And," she added with
•blubber, "it wag not fifteen minutes till you
were all around hero!" A big lot of gray
backs were brought In and haulted right In
front of where I stay. I went to the door and
heard the different squads hallooing for their
regiment: "Where's the 34th Alabama?" "Is
the 10th Georgia here?" "Is there any South
Carolina regiment in that crowd?" The last
question was politely answered by a big gray
bark: "o—d d—u your South Carolina regi
manta; if It hadn't been for yod we wouldn't
ir . PITTSBURGH SANITARY CONI
Offee and Depositary, 39 Fourth Street,
EtessraRT—JOSEPII Q. HITTER
TomArum:a—JAM - BA PARK, Jr.
Contributions of money •nd goods solicitogi.
Storm mat to all parte of the alloy
Information furnlahad In telatlon to lb. 04 and
.votioded In the tamps sad limpitals.
The freight on pods donated is paid here
prrrentritan ILNITABY cowurrEg
Annual Ametesatent List for PIM, containing
Taxed on Income, Wirer Plitei.Carringen, do., and
Mantle Duties to the 4th Division of the 221 Prom
District, comprising the oth , 7th and oth Wards of
the City of Pittsburgh, and Pitt Township, except•
log that part north of Penn atieot, has twin received
from the Aiseeeoriand the - Taxes are now dire. I
will receive the - Taxes as aforesaid, it the pales of
Aldermen BUTLER, No, 124 Wylie omit, from the
21st day of November until the lath day of Decem
ber, 1.1163, inclusive, between' the , boom of and s p.
m., after which time the penalties prescribed by the
law will be exacted. /OLIN A. SERGEANT,
Deputy Collector fth Illusion, 224 Dbtrlct.
fr.BATTICItY 11, INIMAISNDENT
'PENNA. ARTILLERY, (the old tirrtz'e
Bounties $lO2l and 8302.
Recruits wanted for this well known Ylttebntah
Battey. Moo, a .11LA08151IITH wanted for;itNi
mum Recruit' enlisted for 'Any Pennsylranla
Claralry_or infantry tha lield.
Apply at 57 YITTH 82116 ET, second stott to
• # • I'. 11.11NL r;
n074:047* lst Lint. and Senn:Moe Oftleat.
THE Hair. D. L.:DEMPSEY, D. D.,
will deliver hla celebrated teply to BISHOP
HOPKINS' DPIENOIS OP AIIHRIOAN SLAVERY
at SOUTH 001IIHON IL E. CHURCH, Allegheny,
on THUBSDAT LYZNING, Dee.;-1004 , f0r the ben•
St of the Sunday School connected with that Charge.
Ilskett, - 25 cents each•-tO be had at the stores of
PAH klienneyandAtonteChantler, ledital St.,
Lilies:l . 7.lHW at Malta* Storeapnerally !Ants,
burgh Leatun, to pammtneo 013 f oclock.
ap•THE GYMNASTICS AT
BALL ?be Chum ire ' open
Sir new mamba, all isolt: Una vf melba. Lama
and Gentiman,ITIRSDAY .nent TEMA! EVEN.
ISO %ad 73‘ Wain and ChUdreniNTRDNEBDAT'
and SATURDAY ATTSRSOORO, at a o'clock
mach II itrirAlreir • •
-For Adults, emu of twenty 1emaa5........13 00. For Leda and . X , D •
Ton RISATSII.I2. , " .
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,JOIN =TUT, - . dam
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r_4OOD GIRL WANTED...A*O do gen-
NJI end housework, a Irma dElitawee in the coun
try. lllgluat wages psid. Apply at the
deaf GAZETTE nitric/FL
U !SW. A.;Lui ttizot - awaits -
A. on hand and for rale, Wholesale and retail, at lie
India Bubber.Depot, Noe. 21 and 28 Bt. Clair WOOL
de J. k H. PHILLI.Pd.
$l.OOO-IJAISII. will purchase a tiro
&tor" Brick House of four rooms, bake,
area, cell bout., otc., sad a lot 21) toot front or Wob , '
atonal'. tt, Patsburgb
de9 "S. CVTHBERT k 80158, Ft Market et.
For ebb: by
HAMS AND LARD.
Ed tied await Pickled Hams;
' 60 bbls. and tierces Leaf Lard ;
Vdr Bale by BOWMAN. d. LANG,
ded YS Liberty one_
COIEEISE I CHEEOE I
876.beessee W B. Cheese;
ST do Gaol= do;
Tot eale'by SCHOIf.6.I6ZU t LANG
STAtiOlll STARCH t-400 bxg. Madi
son Pearl Starch, for sale to the trade In quanti
ties, by the Agenu, SCHONAKES d LANG,
' deft 3') Liberty street.
$25 REWARD.—Lost, on Tuesday
srentng, a LADIES' LEATHER POILTHON-
NalE. with steel chain, ooutalaing &beat 3240. The
above reward will be paid the Ender if left at THIS
AT THE 'CORNER OF REED AND
CRAWFOILD STREETS, a Mayors Prick
Danlltng House and two tote of grotuad ; hall, parlor,
dl inproom, knot= tires chambe, porch. by
dnint, ores, gr.pe r. shad* trees, etc. Will be
mold ars impale. Apply to
dot) n. CUTHBERT A. BONS, AI Market wt.
SITUATIO WANTED.—A young
man of good standing, vial:ling to engage In the
Mercantile Basiners, desires a sitnation as Shipping
Clerk, or lb .bneiness to *Web be could make him
self generally useful. Satisfactory references can be
given. Addrees "T. 8., Box 101, Pittsburgh P. 0."
THIRD WARD UNPAID WATER
1 BUNTS, CITT, POOH AND BUSINESS TAN
TS, for 1812, am due and must be paid to /mama.
Received at City Treasurer's Office, Fourth street,
during business hours, or at my residence, No. 179
Webster street, opposite the Water Works, from 6 to
8 a. m. and 5 to 7 o'clock p. m.
de&tf J. a. NEWMAN, Collector.—
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE,
CHEAP FOB. cAlm.—The Lot has 26 feet
Font on Townsend stmt. Sixth Ward, and rum
back Inn - Ant to an aLloy. The Unite, lea taro-story
brick, containing fiTe raw!, wad Li on the rear of
the lot, fronting on the alley. A good bargain may
be hid by applying sum, to JOILIN 6NOWLSO
Townsend Went, or at
de& Plr THIS OFFICE..
D.IDT■ 141.1...Wl.XLASTVA Uneaat e urrtcs,
Pittsburgh, Pa , Drr. E,
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC
TION, 1,301.) GRALN BACKS, se FRIDAY,
Dec. Ilth, Term, nt II .. ut., nt the Public Were
holm, No. 315 Liberty etrect, to the highest bidder.
Term, cenh, Government Fonda
Between Wood sad Marie( Strort.
', 1 -? - ,-, ..,
HENTIS H. OOLLISS
deS;td Mont. Col. end Deputy Q. M. G,
FUR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
F/N e. A 001.13 01 LANIo,
Within a Sox inhantrai walk of a Pauenger roadway
Station. The tuiproremeute area, small Dwell lag
Rouse, WI acre of large tad email fruit., &e. An
abundance of water on the pla , o.
Also, a House and Lot near Manchester.
For particular, require at the
d•Oilve iIIiRONIOLE OFFICE.
StIaRIOR. PIANU FORTE
Et• () it es A L. K.
DIALLET, DAVIS & CO, BOSTON
It mu be seen at the "Preebyterlen Bnok Boom+,
67 Bend street.. delt:tt
pUBLIC SALE.—We will offer for sale
In the town of Bridgeport Ohio, on the 2.1111 of
DECEMBER, 1813, our SAW AND PLANING
MILLS, with 15 LotB connected end 3 other Lots not
connected with the Ml., 2 horses, I wagon and her
um, ofsco furniture, 15,000 feet of lumber, with
many ollmr things too numerous to mention.
Sale to commence et 0 o'clock a. m.
Trans—For Real Estate, one-third down, the bal
ance In Wove/ma ann.l instalments from Apell let,
told, bearing Interest from that date. Pereotuti
property meat. STEWART & KKELtNE.
HAGAN'zi MAGNOLIA BALM;
Sterling's Alamosla, tor the Bair ;
isms' Bloom° of Youth ;
Mn. Allen's !lair Restorer; Iscrlytion;
Perfumery and To.lot Article., of terry da
nt:l.lly Dye Color.;
Gent's and Ltriirs Shonhte brace.;
Of every desoorlction and hest quality, tett constantly
on hand mad for aalo at
OEO. A. KELLY'S.
rk:NTTINL DECO STOUP:,
d... 4 ate. eni, & rederal sta.. Market limbo
NO BURGESS &
(Eucocuors lu J. * Sr. lIANN it.)
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
Davin pure:iambi the "Hums Warehenta." .t 011
City, and having ample room sod (+dillies, AS are
now prepared to store ..d forwsni Olt. AND MLR
ONANDISZ, of every 'dmcriplon, and Koala. sat.
lafaction to .11 mho may favor as vrith their patron
NO. 1 EXTRA,
luvrets. far ..to by
PENTN'A SALT MANI:UW . "O 00
FLOOR NO tiO,9,KIJBI
Prime lush Flooring BOArtia,
keThtg, ruriou. widths, for sale by
PCLIOMAKEII A LANG,
229 Liberty lire.t.
CyrY or A La...tic:Fr,
Treastireen Office, Lee. I, 1661. I
A LLEGIIENY CITY COIIPIIO3IISE
BONICIB'WANTZ9.—PIartim holding ComPve
mlae Bowie of the City of Allegheny, Pa, are hereby
notified that the Making Food for 180 will he In
veated In therm Bones at the lowest rater offered.
Propowda received until SATURDAY, the 2rl day of
J an nary, 1854.
By order of the Committee on names.
D. 31ACrERBON, City Tyerunrer.
1V ()TICE TO TAX-PAYERS OF TEE
LAWIIFINCETILLE DISTUICT.—The Coun
ty Treasurer having placed In the buds el the un
deralgued the County Duplicate (avec/Ile/ellen, all
person. who have not Wiled the same are rmorsttal
to make Immediate payment and we amts.
C. ft. DATES, Collector,
011ie., Butler et., near Allen, Lawrettoo•llle.
Of.o ETS, CUT FLOWERS, At
Forrrothed to order from
)11111DOC1111 OAKLAND 0111:ZNUOLlit.
Fourth street care run out to the Oreenhouae
every fifteen enlontat. not 31
SINN DWICLIANG oN PEKN
.1* WWI RALE.—The tarp thrueatory ERICH
DWELLING, No. 86 Venn etiret, below Gay street,
Is offered Co. rate. Price 461,00. The bonne Is well
hunt, furoleheft erlth marble mantels, gas end Water.
Largo yard end elhry In the mar. Any one addling
to to. the house nen enter through the .td. aide on
Penn street. JOIIN WAY, Jr.,
not othel SPINI ler k I gwv 111. P. 41._
FUEL.--The Pittabnegli tine
Company will soll COKE, soluble for manure.
taring or dolomite porpoise, an 4 unto yer bushel,
In theworts, or •04 cents parts:abet delivered within
any reasonable dieranee, In the eity, • •
de4:llr JA 4EB M. ettIIIHTY. Trewmr.
QTOHE FOll RENT ON MARKE'r
sTBEES.—The handoome Iron Front, No. t,
Market street, font door to N. llolmeo A Sono, la of
forrd for rent on drat of Jtonary
tiolttroet JOAN WAY, 'Jr.,
nolfeeptjol deortektervi3o P. 0
10 LW. Dry. Apples;
2.6 boxes Goshen Oita se ;
. 60 bbls. prime Cbantßallse Cider,
• 60 Wish. Onions;
Just received an 4 for sale by
TIIA.NIE VAN GOIIDER,
d e g 11l P.econd
EMBROIDENDA I •
4 fall stock
WRITS. on,' a 00.
C0.11.S1141:1111N 0001 1 B,—ltipn , in store
and for sils :
WOO bbia. 'fork Mate, Dilehigen and Ohio Aryls;
4000 Pis. Buckwheat Mon
60 bbkir Late Shore Toralpe; • •
W do • IllokoryiNots;
200 toot: Woinuu;
bbl,. Sweet Cidert..
.60 do. Whiseooro
20 do Hominy Orton
GO do Ylint Hominy;
0 do choice 801 l 'Batter;
10 diem boxes 'do
- Y 2 asW Freida 80. Ur:
4 - 6611.71.010 Cake Boger, • .
1200 bask. %%its Bee=
10 661 a Tallow:
.100 160.0141112, Bacon;
dad • • . q,;ff.vOure &co.
FIE.-3, 5 b Orono tna` boar.
"Alum (kayo so: a; to irtivo ati4 !Dr Ws by
obit ' ISMAO InCitltra
▪ AbKET iiii4LOW6-+72tun , es OS
▪ state cm irtinufar Loaf Lead, ita ph by
611 MAIAII DICXI7 CO.
*Fr 41,161.101,11E.111EX,Tg. XEIr ..1117'ERTISEMExTE.1.1'istr .IILD WERT . ;
THE HEC=II.E7 OF ,TELE 711,EASET.T has not
jet gisthrtiotleel at soylutantion to Withdraw this
popular Loan from Salo at Far, and until ton days'
notice [sesta, the undersigned, as OE'SERA L
'FOELPFION AGMIT, aril! oontinue to cappll tin
The whole amount of the "Lao enthorized Ls Flee
lltutdredllloto of Dollars. Nearly FOUR RUN
MLEDIIIIELIONS HAVE BEEN ALREADY SUB
SCRIBED FOB AND PAID INTO TUE TEEAS
VEIT, moetly within the lost croon mouth.. The
large flontand from abroad, and the rapidly Maras.
log home demand Gor Me ad the beets for circulation
by National Booking Association. now organizing to
ail parts if the country, will, Ina very shoe. t,perlod,
absorb the balance. Sake bare lately rulgai from
ten to fifteen millions weekly, frequently exceeding
three millions daily, and as It le well known that the
Secretary of the Treasury hoe ample and unfailing
resource. Ditto Duties on Import* Lod Inform] Rev
enues, and In the Lame of the Interest-bearing Legal
Tender Treamary Notes, ft le almost a .rtainty that
Ye will not End it nocesury, fora long time to coma,
to seek a market for any other long or permanent
Loans, THE INTEBERT,,AND PRINCIPAL OF
WHICH ARE PAYABLE IN GOLD.
Prudenoo and boll-interest most force the minds of
thou oontemphiting the formation of National
Building Associations, as well as the minds of all
who have Idle money on their hand., to the prompt
Conclusion that they should lose no tinge to submit..
fig to tht. roost popular Loan. It will soon be be
yond their reach, and adviance to • handmme preml.
®,as wu the mutt with" the "Seven Thirty" Loan,
when It wu all sold and could no longer be Sub
menibed fbr at par.
IT IS A SIE PER CENT. LOAN. TUE INTER j N. B.—Thero ehoold be no delay, an the time for
E3T AND PRINCIPAL PAYABLE IN COIN, the.. filing claims it very short. Bring two witnesses,
yielding over NINE PER CENT. FEB ANNUM, et heads a/ famine*, with you. deeilw
the present rate of prembitm on MIL D N
k A WEINMAN'S
The Government requires all duties on imports to •
be paid in coin; those duties have fore long time
past amounted to over a quarter of a million of dol.
lace daily, a sum nearly Chive times granter than that ,
rognized in the payment of the interest on all the I The toof this Pill hes been the vomit of
6-20's and other permanent Loan.. So dust it is
and thg l sr:fo d re P wlll t n " ni letT:re " tl . l . e re t,feTtVor v ir ‘ egm.
hoped that the surplus coin in the Treasury, at no They will cure the meet violent Tooth• Ache to a few
distant day, will enable the United Staten to rename I minute. ; when properly used.
epeele payments upon all liabilitiee.; Directions—Clean Ott the cavity of the Tooth affect.
The Loan Ls railed 5.20 from the !het that whilst ed, and - dry it well with cotton; then cot the Pill
the Bonds may rem for pram, yet , the du of the vacuum and press It tight Into the
tooth, and cover over with wax or cotton.has a right to pay them off in gold at par, at en,
time after 6 lean. I These Pills are one of the beet remedies for this
THE INTEREST IS PAI D HALF Y EARLY, ' shocking Pnln•
on the first days of November and May. Propan' eud sold wholeeale and retail, by
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds, which are
payable to bearer, and aro 5•',0, 5100, 2.500 51(w , ;
• AUG. WEIZIMAHN,
or Registered Bottle of name tienominatioun, and, in
edditimit ei S NO VA". For Banking And alsorfb;e2atiil onto Allegheny 1""Y
k: ge n s t i
n o . In
and for Investments of Trost-men:kVA the Ite,:bterni Pittsburgh and Allegheny.
Bonds are preferable. rPHE BUGLE CALL
Three 5.-20•• cannot be toned by State., citita,
towns or counties, and the Government too on them
is only one•.d-w-half per cent. on the amount of A cA/I S " 1. . of nearly the frevhoet, snidest
income, when the Income of the holder 'ex.:cede his sad moot rswing
Hundred Do:Lira par annum ; all other inrontmentn,
ouch as Imomo from Mortgagee, Railroad Stock nod Bongs, Trion, Quartette and Choruses
Ronda etc., must pay from three to five per rent. tee
Ever published This Book should be in every loyal
on the income.
Banks and Bankers throughout the country sill I home, to every Union League, and around rem
condi:me to dispel, of the Bonds ; and all orders by
crimp Ere,—for it will help the right, while tt arouses,
mall, or otherwise, promptly attended to.
The inconvenient(' of a few days' delay in the do. .manes and entertains.
lively of the Bonds is unavoidable, the 'emend being
so great ; but as Interest commences from the day of
subscription, no lose Is occasioned, and ...try effort is Pardee mailed au receipt of 56 mete.
being merle to diminish the delay.
SAY COOKE, Subscription Agora, CHAS. C. KELLOIt,
114 South Third street, Philadelphia. 61 WOOD STREET.
Corner Third en.' Wood streets, Pittsburgh
PARTICULAR ICOTICE.—As it be-
mates a mailer touching the beat Interests of
seedy Man, Woman and Child in Allegheny county
to we that money is not squandered, and that when
expending tho hard earned gains prozurod by eon
lona care anti weary hours of toll and hardship, It !
become. the duty of messy parent to nee that 101 l
sale, lo received, • . *meshing tangible and useful ,
is obtained, thews wee ks are ended forth at thin ,
time, am we are dell and hourly ca led open to hear
the Fittleocie story of aomepoor woman. Si with a moan
of &spear elm relates the Irene of leer '• prop and stay
in this world,"—her brave hull:nod—who went
meth and nobly battled for hie Country's ttonor and 1
Nation's Flag, and now that she to • loft alone. she
ends no friendly hand to aid her, hot, on the contra-
ry, all seam tray to hop ne Up. and take the ad•
vantage of her inexperience, end watt the copvtue- I
lug prod in hand, la Blorocco Boot which leas Warn!. I
I. rimmed It. rise.,) wo Con but credit the etortecof
their wrongs. Now this le to tire notkethat on and
after this elatal will wan - ant celery pair of Boot. or
dhoe• sold ar:CONCCILT It a Li. Sti(tat tiller ..G2
Fifth shaft, to be perfect, amt it to =two' to r 1 ear
I cout. do phew, and the atorwilil all taxa tote roe
filnded or the, wor . teptie good, where the to dts-
salisfaction pay car, and pledge myself to WI this
and clam trarraotad wort for lea. mosey than I. aalr-
.4 for common work and second nibs article., elec.
where. de4 I
BAILEY FARRELL et CO.,
GAS AND KEANE FITTERS,
Brass Work, Pipe, Pumps, Valves,
Atid an kfuls of dttlup Itsr Waco,. Gam wit Sta.=
AGITATOR!. AND TANKS FOIL OIL REPINE
XIS, &Lod with I..aaj tww proems.
Floc It 9 YOUTH STREIT
UPHOLSTERING, IN ALL ITS BRANOU
sa.—daring putrimed • large stock of goods
for GASH, ire are able to offer great bargiiins at ex
tremely low prics,
FEATHER BEDS;HAIR, HESE AND-SPRING
HATTRASSES, VLD StATTBASSES, remade in
the best mamma, and FEATHER BEDS renowate,L
A greet earietY of BLINDS, TABLE A, FLOOR
OIL CLOTH, KIEBOSSED TABLE COVERS ;
'LADE, GRASSand MANILLA BORDERED MATS,
CARPET BINDINGS, and every satiety of Goods
kept In that line. We incite the attention of the
pugenerally to our WELL ASSORTED STOCK.
All order, promptly attended to.._
Fm glee us S call at 172% FEDERAL EtrIVEET,
Allegheny, (bouSe formerly occupied by Hr. Semple.)
nom DARKER A NIBLO.
ANI4T au Anaistant
B -8 u„
• Burgoontlifor eona Colored Regiments In the De
partments of t &nth, Gulf, and Tenn/ewe.
All candidate&enuet be examined before a Board
of !deifies.' 0111*
Doer& an uomitin melon at Daemon, New Yore.
Weetangton4ine nail and dt. Loots, end at the
headquerters *fhb* Armies of the Potomac, Cumber.
laud, awl eiseethefe.
Appllratione 11* eicatetnattons ',tumid be made to
the Burgeon Getetal, U. B. A., Washington, D. C.,
and mud be sociompabled with one or morn Ultimo.
Meteor good metal chancier from respectable per-
Vie Dosed letil detatmlno whether the eendldato
tAquallled for llorgenn or far Militant Itugean.
The candidate must be • graduate of some Regular
Medical College; non-graduatce .111 not be exam:-
In-el. J. U. DARNI9
Acting Surgeon General.
&IMOD Genclralh °Moe, Urge. le, 113G3.
noZtmodber . .
WANTEA).4-A young man haring a
Good barineicrepntatton, and can command •
carat capital of *4OO, capable of taking ebarge of a
girt of Boobs, Marilee, ontoloor busnien, can
lama of a ran pppprtantty to enter to partner In , a
lueratire Iron liminess fully catabllebed. Apply to
del MoLAIN A CO.. 103•11ronrtb meet.
An Elipaglonood Carpet Upholsterer
ts wanted boxistUataly at
pram IIcOLIICTOOK .t CO. - 4,
oc29:11 • xi,. 83 FM duet.
ti,.,,,,,0U E NANTED.—To purchase or
• __ tumor, a •
,t, teem oanaxs poriamo,
On Poor gm*, &nand Ilankmr Commons. . •
App ; • -
Apply to w.e..Lootr,
1 rto.l Bt. Char street.
'P.O. Box 645. ' deidillr.
A Whit —s6o A MONTII.-1V a want
Agents/at Ilea a month, expenses poW,. to mil
our POO' kdimi Rite*, Oitestal Damn, and thirteen'
other caw,matul boa cations articles. Fifteen ar il .
ventleant Addrsah, '
asllkamdlor7 SHAW a MAIM. Diadema. sp.
WANTI) A. °AM/NELL—A Mar
rlal am without children preferred. linhouet
tintendend the culture of Grapes, end not be afield
14 a. Mao herd wart. The tight kind of a Aim can.
PC I. pmantat ittnetten, and good PuiC'flulute• at
1209amiced etrset:Pittelin Yu; •• - did
Ot A MONTH!-41tant to hire Agents
VALI . watt* mato at $75 •• -seakink =mews
48. NaDD3024,4441 4 4 I,ff alas
-11 ANTELLI Pp Rol%
A MD WAREIMDBI6,
t , Stnataff id i treenail portl i e s tlaindei llii i r
c l a ti r "
A. 2 b. v.- choice reeeiv.
.4...*~ra~~ r.r> . i
E :111.7:_ 4 1C STORE.—We will (pen IiIASIILY DYE COLOR:S.
..1.-N our stets stoat. of PIANOS, MY.LODEONF., sad
sTetythittg, port:tit int; to a lint class Music Lomb
llahmttnth. I'll th4tant, at No. 2 FT. CLAIN. '
Prof. WATIELIN 6 II tow tint, pnrchoribliZ . 0 T
stork, bh L will no ?ha !Inert roar brought to this
city. Prreon• iwtoodlog to ph:chaos anything in ,
our llto air • Christmas or tires
wonl.l do well to ail Mt
The poplla Prof W Io through '
wren log papers Le towline Leaching. I.
atrico , from the rity le, prolonged ere? •
wri-a or tri, itye.
IN' A 3111kIL INK. fi nian.
/11. A T
I , IIIING 1111 L,
Goma, Shom, Gums,
UalmoraLe, Congress (falters,
kr! ererythln4 it.. In oar Iftts, nt retail, tbsrbby
oaring twenty-four par 11l
GI ma call before p rcbaslng olseirlums.
JOB. U. BORio AND, O Market et,
door holy Fifth
ri l o NI U FACTU HERS OF HOSE.--
Prop.eleare invitedsnd will be readved until
IItIDAY, the 11 di Mat., by the Committee on fire
Engines of the City of Allegheny, for the otatinfae
turn and delivery, in midloity, of one thousand feet
of the lest quality of Leather limo, reitaple for the
nso of Steam Fire Engin.. Separate propoesle are
wlicited for° and 10 loch Lome complete.
Propoaale to be sealed and left with A. D. SMITH.
WI FOR PHI DRAFT.—Persons
claiming EXZMPT ON ran hay+ tbar pap,*
made our by calling npon
WM. T. DUNN, No. 103 Fifth .trot,
Three doors below Cathedral
ET GEO. E. ROOT
REAL ESTATE SAVINGS' LtiiSTl-
VlTlON.—Statement of the condition of the
above Institution on the 2d day of November.
publiehed In conformity to the charter.
Amount of Deposits Nov. 11, 1561 4103,594 10
Amount of Interest duo Dovotators......._ 1,954 01
Amount of Coatlucent Fund 2,423 P 2
United Plates Bonds 60.000 00
U. 6. Debt Certidesteeend sot.., (market
Intern! named, nut due
Nab an hand
♦. A CAIIRTIM, Tresturer
The umtertlind, Auditing Comaitttati,h.Whtittea•
Uteri the books of the tnotitntiutk, the boyar awl tom
tits., combed the way Lc., and taro Promd the
above ttaletneett to be correct.
\V. B. COrMLAICD.
WM. M. is.VITU.
Dtpoeu terawrl DAILY, Dad sranir 6A . =
lasionsigmkt at 6 pat aut. par anew.
ISAAC JONiB, Presidium.
Ban. TM*. X, ays, . ilmi. J.
%Vm. U. smith. O. O. Homy, ~ .
w. It. 00p1411.4' , ' Jacob WIWI; •
tiaras) Cbildi. . • - Nicholas Vocraht4.
B oesc., so. al VONATH BTILEST.
tioll.bisocsi ' -
G. W. PORCH,
Commission and Shipping Merchant,
RtJ to--Henan. R. Jack Co.,* Pittabargh
Mitchell k Ladd, Criataaatt
E. C. Haight a Oa., Ptilladelphla;
C. P. Haight t Bra., "
eir Cocksigumeztts solicited
L.lol=L: A iiN=ll . lalj
J. J. POINDEOL ,/k. CO.
'tars oiottifd a Plttabtrigh
♦ witoLiseLlt DRua AND JOl3llOO 110175 E,
No. 341. corner Luntrir.awslya mucus.
appall* Lialort•Paesinger Depot, and my offer for
nate a general - aasortnent of DBMS,
MEDICINES, -MILTS IMAMS, OILS, -PAINS'S,
DES-STUESS, 3PII4DOW GUM,
Purebaner• wlll find our clock at all thus aa
aorta, and yeas ageb pato glee entire satbfaetion.
•J. J. BENDSB a 00.,
nor. Liberty and,Wayne streets, Pittetnarab.
fIiKETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT
PAIN.—We take this method of Mann:dna oar
Mends and the gable generally that we aro now
=to =TRACT TENTH WITLIOVI PAIN
radios of Dentistry. Thom who have been
lootbonlng this much dreaded operation may now lay
adds their kora and give rw a ca 11,.. Lbw *Maratha
wo have to toe taw born thoroughly tested d aring the
post tsar pan, fully restabllahlog the alb and ppaaiina
low character of the oporatlon. No Drugs or Cflomi
cabi nor Galvanic Battery used. All thaw wishing
the waives of a good and reliable Dentist will do
well to call and consult with
.11.21.1113 14. KING, D. D, 8 4 ,
No. 1141 fourth street,'
or. Do. O. 81NO. No. 17 13m1111110/41 street, Plos.
McCARGO'S MARBLY. WORKS,
1155 LIBBB7I BTEISZT,
and carted aoirtaieet of
Monnmenta and Grave Stone&
PLASM WWI, BOBEINDALN, AtID JOBB&
CON DEN MILK.—Bo eau a pat
...) eut, prepared from pure Milk arid Loaf rum
put up in Hu cane, Lod will keep rood 1111 any climate;
a fresh supplying received and fur We by
JOLIN A. RENtillAtiV,
did corner Literty_and nand street..
QMOKUII SALMON—A fresh supply
kJ fuetrecetred and for ale by the Nand, it the
Sunny Grocery Store of
JOHN A. IMEMAW,
Corner Liberty and Band rtrat■.
QEEDLESI EALSINd, new crop, very
tine, jun received. £ j London Layer Maine.
In whole. half Paid quartet boxes, received and for
sate by s , JOHN A. EVIIMAW,
deg comer Llbony and lined saes.
OIL PANTS! OIL PANTS! also, Oil
Coats. :elate and Vats Just recelvedArtbar
latgeitt r ply it tho 01101111 V
tea • Na.-26 aatl RB Et. Claleirtreat.
PHF,SERVED TAMARINDS,' put up
itt One jars, stet melted end Ibr We at the
Luray Grocery More of
, SO= A. lIINBRAW,
Corner 'Liberty and /land stmts.
D U —lO tabe•and 10 pails choice
cap luau .1 teceleopiee fbr We by .
at. 7.8: OASTIELD.
ATP ES.-11.10: be. r reenings, •
de? J pets, to., melted sad fin al*
It , •
per eteamer anete I
-81u—d7C0 tow/ ft Wahsit &asitibit.
;yes ids ba L. u. Toler' jos.
PATENTED OCTOBSU U., 1311,
Rfact for . 'k
Fajen Drab, -
Lt. Fara Drab
►or pyolog Ellk,
Festberi, Kid Qlo eb Children's Clotbiva, and al
rod. of We Apparel.
wr A BATUMI OP 80 PIM CENT.
For 25 cent. you can color as many good. as would
otherwise cost eve times that sum. Various shade.
can b. produced from the same dye. The process le
dmpl., andany one can use tba dye with perfea
=mem Direction. in Bnglisti, Trench and German,
invide of each package.
For further information it Dyeing, and giving a
induct ksowledgewhat colors are beet adapted Moir.
over Minn, with many valuable recipes,) purchase
Howe A Stevens' Treatise on Dyeing and Coloring.
Bent by mail on receipt of price-10 cents.
Eviatfactlireci by HOW'S A BTETTINB,
2 Broadway, Bogue.
IFor sea esi • by druggists and dealers generally.
la r. Jr.
mm--... LOUI S , MO)
Axa........71.50. s t. Loui .
Pxx Ox. Ixox.—. 1.31. .
r , •SE •
211.taxzxxa.-- . 0 / *--......- 1 AI. .-
Having accepted the Agency Pr the sale of the
SEMPL CLAY, mined near St. Louis, MA, I in
vite the attention of Clam and Steel Maisufacturers
to the Analyeis given abate, ma reported by Prof.. A.
A. Hays, of Boston, mid J. 0. Booth, of Philadelphia,
which, together with the test aIai:ULM experience by
manufacturers In Pittsburgh, Cincinuati and St.
Louis, determines It to be the purest and most sale
able Clay now known, whether Foreign or American.
Pots made from It have stood it. the Gins Fmusce
from C% to 9 months.
The Analysis is of the Clay se taken from the mine,
without any washing or preparation whatever. I,
pommels great edhesivetwes and plasticity qualities,
which sue not @luar, by the Analysis, and which ad
mit of the mixture of a large proportion of shell or
I am now prepared to fill orders Mr the stove Clay
I. be shipped from St. Louie or delivered here.
Ha. 141 BZOOND STRIXT,
CLOSING OUT ON
ENTIRE STOOK AT OOST,
No. 83 Wood St.,
Will sell ids entire stock of
MEN'S FIAINIBIEINfi NODS,
Complete in every brunch.
By the yard or
MADE TO ORDER,
In our nand unsurpassed style at Oast Price, being
• reduction of at bait
25 PER CENT.
Truro our old rates.
' I make this agood traisearkent to thole who wish
to Inky bargains, being desire= taolse out my entire
Mock by the lot of January, MI amount of mitring
from business. THE STORM TO LET. Possession
gives os the lot of l'ebraggy. •
deidtf 18a. 83 Wood strait.
3 Pa,200 01
NO MORE GRAY RAUL
LUXURIANT NAIR BY [MIRO
Tor natoring sod butatifylat tL► Ear
This is an arttclatot VitittnitAthindosiddit°
=Wry, Inn irsoltenrisonli thorn by the
=et Intisn'es tints . emir -tactual RUA
sta. -Ulm Complete within WOW sitk Otlter
droning or aonsonsentment of say kind • beingtoelss.
miry bssecani the attainment of the tsilowpng desi
rable - molts, other shut ethos oneptissose :with the
1. It trig, Ilsedure. on. autontr,vtitoiGres Heir
2. It WY oaks it ovate* MIS' Mein
5. It wag niters ta t Named Sectitisas.
5. /1 eel revises tie DasitkinP aid Ark*.
5. 11160 sishithe Ealeatft sod Chico.
StsriltoriereiDOOrtstest Odor to CU ea.
T. 11 10 prawn the Herjhoe Patna Qr•
is D wilt ors aLI Moms ef an Wit
it Is man Dye; contains no Nitrate of Ma, or any
other Werke= to lather Skin os eir.
Prim, CHI DOLLAR: •
esteby ell nopeettble
• WIWI JOHNISTO3°":=I, Aim
OM of StnithltillPltte . , barite
PROTOORAPIEI ALBOBIS t
Morocco, boidinslD Pletares,ll U) and upwards.
liaroccoiloyllas VD Plotaren a 606nd avoninis.
liallia — ddltig SO lictana, n Edo sad 14/nada
Mamma,. italgilid r d 60ilatoaa, 67 W and dpwarda. - •
blaraxo. boldlng 60 Pictures, $3 hand upwards.
Maracas, bottling PO Plaurea,ll3 /301md upwards.
stplee, frottlid *au (with gat. edge and afar")
Tba 81:XT plus to 'bay Thotqcraph 1111:nam al
No. 60 Filth Streets *month flail
Photograph Oards Mum /30 cents par ion. upwards.
seramart stack .
reamProrm ar. frar ram. •
D. forma waallag LON 9 TIMMS ar POT
LAB are parttealaty faMira ta rumba Mr i t,
.. 01 . 00 ft MIN% oar mammy <- -
uN - DsErs
11.0. 2 4
hm the cure of ell &seam arleto2 Crow as thew
suchh of the blood, such ma
toot Erysipelas, alls,Pitn•
pin on the Face, Sore Kyus, Scald
Mead, Totter Affections, Old and'-- •
Stubborn Ulcer*, Rheumatic Dhorderl,
Dyspeptia, Cestivenote, Jaunt' ice, Sect /Mum,
Mercurial Dboasca, General Debility,LiVer Onst.
plant, Loos or Appetite, Lee Spirits, Emil Stomach
Inmate Complaints, together with ail tabor Mo
oning from an Improper couditlon of tad
circulatory system. As a gametal Teak., •
Its effects an mad bestgoant, and
cannot Lail to benmit, when •
used perseveringly and ao• •
cording to directions,
Th. ptoprisSar has csaittleatal shank GII ba#l to
All • taxi &Ind volume, all of theta tbo Dui will of
brings of than who have been eared by the Maud
Seartivor, from which 1m mfreta the folloiring
TIM GUILT PUBITLEII-271.8 WORLD ORAL.
=TOED TO PRODUOV FrB scarrAL-;-110i
BLOOD-BEABOHIIR • GLORIDOSLT
AlM—Sworn statement of David McCreary, of Na
pier Township, Bedford County
In April, IVA as near as I can remeMberonnetall
pimple made Its appearenee on my upper lip, which
scan became enlarged and woe, t used poultices of
sorrel, end a run of bine venial, without effect.
finding the sore extending, I called on Dr. Illy, of
Shensi:mg, who pronounced it CANCER, and•pm.
Berthed a wad:: of sneer of load and bread poultim.
finding these remedies of no avail. I called open Dr.
Shaffer, of Dandaville Somerset county, who vise
pronounced the disease Carmen and gave ma internal
and external remedies—the latter eousieting princi
pally of censtio—but all to no purpose, as the asOus
continued spreading toward the none. I next needs
preparation of arsenic, in the form of valve. • This
fora time checked the cilseilae, but the inthuntimation
men increased. I coat called upon Dr. Stiller, of
St. Clef/utile, Bedford county, who elm momemeed
the duel= Cancer, end applied a seise, Mild to be •
never falling remedy, b. It bed no effect whatever
In checking the spread of the one. la December, in
the mine year, thediectese bad eaten away agree/sr
part of my Up, end had attacked the nom, when I
want to Cincinnati, where I consulted Prof. It 8.
Newton of the Falectio tiollipics. lie pro
nounce:lM disease aa cutaneous Cancer, superin
duced by an inordinate me of mercury." kW applied
mild zinc ointment, and gave me Mensal remedies.
My /see healed up, bee the IndammatiOn"ihu not
thoroughly removed. In February, 1 e67, be pre
flounced me cured, end I left for holm. • In April.
the dimase again returned, and so- violent was the
pain that I could not reel at night. Late in Nay I
returned to Cincinnati. and again placed myself Un
der the clarge of 'Dr. Newton, with whom I =MM.
ed mill September, during which Ilene he matlevety
known re, and partly succeeded in chat:WW2*
Weems; bo ut w dy hen I returned home there ware; still
three discharging ofrentupon my face. I continued
using Newton's preparations, and also medicine - fruit
I got from Dr. Ely, but the Cancer continued grow
ing entil it had eat off the left aide.of nmo, -, the
greeter portion of my left check, and had-attarked
my left eye. I had given-up all hope of OM ,
cured, e th os Dr. Ely said he mall only glee seer"
but thee s. cure was impoodble. In ZdarcloBss,
bought a bottle of "Blood-Seareller,"bet Lmeett con
fess that I had no faith in it. I wee veryareakirtrent
' I commenced using It ; bet I found that I gabled
strength day by day. and also that the elude eatil•
=need drying up. I continued, and when Melded
bottle wee taken my face was boded es If by • mira
cle. I used • fanrth bottle, andl have beenbeltider
since than I have been for chi last seven yearn.' Ab
though my face is sadly &edge:l+4,l em still Oda•
fat boa benign /Tondo.* who ban spatedyny We.
and which Iva been done .
ity a "Lindseyl Bloodalearcher."
Sporn and subscribed this • illatday bf August, A.
D. ISIS. /afore me, one of the /natlees cribs rawly
In end for the Borough of Hoillda yibmg, L3Lale CO.,
Wltnoee : .1. Jones.
LIT= COMPLAINT ocraßD ar usnurs
BLUR COUNT'', sa. • ---, ,
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_Petionally appeared kenos ms, one of the /gabs
of the l'eace in and no Blair munty, George Now. i,
who Wag duly sworn according to law, doth Ideas
Ind say: Two pars ago 1 was attlicted with pain be.
swoon the shrendars, alums constant artighiloia of
appetite, dabs, night swag% sad wy g strOirt to
tars odds. Ist Issigth beams so tusk tha , . 4sldl
hardly 'stalk ; toy pigskin, din nu no , •,.:-'lolwa. •
thaillast All I ckmircuinced taking Lthdt.: , ,oragew. •
IS Stood-lWainlint and by the two of twohtiTtlei was
perfectly cored. kel sots to socontinend It to .11
wbosuffsr Twos slur deter, generid detdilty, low
of appetite and other diseases titan from
of tbahlood. I would net' ins to:do .wittnest
milder it an excellent Wally towiitimi- i • -
Villined.) - OEI/111:11171SCIT.
. **can and tabscrlbed this 16iii day of 1441 A.
D. Ill?, befog me. 3. 00814101. P. _ '
[ None—tir. Kopp. araident of frankinowtr,
I. soil 4124.1112 to the clams of Blair and Badger&
1 counties as a nun ofeznells stchstattor and Ukase&
ANOTHIES alga OP scaoroti.craztop - sr
If them be any who still doubt that Lindinfitint.
proved Blood-Searcher has and will prromnently oars
the meet desperate and lourstanding cams of gond.
elm lit them read the Miamian and be oonsitmal
Dr. J. Y. Under r I was annoted fa • taunter of
years with • dimmer, said by my ply/Want ha
noroftda. herr the last three' years' nos no last than
I was uzable to be outph f ,t E line bed. I tried
males and the beet I was able to pro
cure, without any ben rtsrult. eastiumd
Mainz' worse anal flash and akin vete entlnig
eaten ogthe bdt side of my Mee,aook. - ohooldor mot
arm. My snaring" ware so great, and I was in hi
rednoed, that it required the efforts of two perms to
more me in bed. This wan my ccidithat "ban I win
induced by the Mesas. Baistio, of Eldenteti.lo try
your Inmnned Blood Searcher, which, toloy
relief. and the suthsfactlem of my friends, r Now &P
-owered was helpitnts. I vontbatiod the vat of its
and gaited so ra pidlythat in considerably leo th in
On* year I was a us go about, and attend to WOO
of my household &Um and the parts ended Intro
all healed up,-end corned with sound, loaltity gook
and akin, grad hare so continued ever ninon and I
new enjoys data of health that I tad for yealighrnk
up all hopes of ever lapin
NANg blessed with.
beinO! IlLEalttln, •
Near fildetton, Armstrong county, /a.
Aagust I, 1855.
Being afflicted with a edema tatter en Ake Mel
and face—altar trying many remedies widettattertit
failed to cure—l mu penroad by. W. X. Barris. a
Co. to try " Maine* /rumored Bloodasreher,"
and now, six weeks after ming the mooed Wk. Fe'
nonnat myself mired. 'lte Litter /Mks tilielluent.
thing ever one year age, on the Intbienteey arms.'
extending from the elbowa down to the_wrime I
en my face, inuctellabely around the math and chin
mid continued to be a periMt torment beeiteletddl
eared by the Slood.ilearelter. „Warms were at [floss
almoet melee, owing to the deep cracks and woe tat
theta, liable to bleed at any, time on the leant wen&
Lion to lift or work, and sometimes 93 itchy 7 and&
scarcely prevent tearing Mr toy leek. I .ban wit
been cued six weeks, and feel it due to Xx.r.teulityi.
end to the pnbllc pneralb., to make this atelemente.
in hope that others like smelt say be beroditad bl
mare his laminable medicine.
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Virholosele and Reisn -f7t
Ms. 67 Ala eGiiriztaust
Tir3f3VTIM 0 NLA. 3
Sworn to and inbsemlbst buffo» me, onistibilil•
donne to and far tbncit7 it
A ND. Mai/MIZE. Aideniainn.
Eit•tzzToier4lazl 241 hank •
J. AL ZARdwit—Dair ili.ara nryaurtd.of
)'.ur toldlufse; ewe Hod us tiro doseu t • Wawoabl
Just say that your manias has eared aria
at that has teen main on Ihr - yean ; the Nish See
eaten off the lady's uras—you could .014 .the 'three
working. She hp at the tielth beak- aceir. aidthei:'
Oesh is growing au eery Wt.- lasts. Blasi.feauther , .. -
la soles 171
_our thecountri. The . sample ono ees7 •
much Onaed luta the alms : ass: Pleseespi .
statement dour acsount, and oblige ar
Yam truiy, • • JOHN HAI BTONli.Ceift
Marton, Indiani+ tiptlw
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AS A TOl•7lo,iit, hae'Vei gin* 110
like the many vile mixtures eallik,.‘s,lllo;
Wyk", it ereatee no' fele; spietite;
eves tOtli. told vigor to # l61 71bingritti
sally and permanently._
SWAM OP 001Thr
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