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Allegheny County Daneemffe Ticket,
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Congress, • •
- wiscny lreiNDLEss, of Pablo: --
4 .7tOMILS- HAMILTON, - of ' PiiisburA
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'BODY - PATT.ER' SON; of
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. . , ,Prathorkotary••,
'GEORGE R.--RIDDLE, of alleghtny. •
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".SIVItiI.TE.L N.'piaci:, ,of pit.tar g h.
ROBERT H. - KERR, of Allegheny.. .
• 101 IN 11. ,141*EXHENNY, of lemon.
JOSEPH COOPER; of Noon.
..., commtsaiisaer for 3 years, •
. RORERT DONt l LDSON, of -Mains
• cossilast ner for / rear,.
,••WIT. BRYAN , of Pittsburgh.
4 . • Audit°-for 3 years,
WiLLIAIi E INO, of Robinson.
ArLdito l / 47' for 1 year,
N. PATTR.RSO of Birnnnghons.
LEVi i ISIVEY. •N, Allegheny.
. ire yen 9ssesse4!
1r not, attend to immediately—loose not a
moment. Examine the assesnient in , each ward
itythe city, end each - township in the county, and
don't go away until yClu ate your name there. The
lasv requires each vor to be assessed et least ten
days before the next general election, and pay a
State or County Tex, itherwise he will be deprived
of his rote. Democrats, be sure and see to this
matter before the 3d d,y of October.
City tiprovement. . .
A stranger in visitiug Pittsburgh is impressed
'With a high regard .for the individual enterprise
law 2' industry of its ci ' ens, but with the excep
tions of the law le on the hill, which teas
erected by the County, he nowhere sees the evi
dence of public spin for public benefit. The
Market Reuse is a ra to (Hs i ce theand we
g city ,
wonder that the women do not form Sewing
cieties and hold Fairs to raise the means of putting
a decent one in its plaie. But the most apparent
want is that of Public Squares. With fifty thou.
sand of It population, the citizens,--we mean the
-mechanics and hthoring men, fdr the rich can ride
to the country when; they choose—have not a
breathing spot of their own! Why is this? A
• great 'and wealthy cityt with' ten thousand arms,
and no lungs! -Is the_ heart all iron and -so cold
that no public appeal cin melt it?' We wonder
that the laboring men aid mechanics do not bestir
ethernielves in the matter. "How?" they may ask.
We will tell thein. Elect to your councils no
man who is not in fat + of 'purchasing a piece of
ground, and ornamenting it as it should be with
trees and fountains, wher6 the working people may
take their wives and chi dren for an tniur or two
"of enjoyment, alter the lt..bor of the day is (tone.--
If any should oppose the broject, mark that man--
give h i m gtve no opportunity to oppose it a second
time. "But the city is id debt and perhaps embar
rassed, she can't afford itt" some will say. it Then
raise a special tax for the purpose, and our word
on it the people will meat it. We merely agitate
the subject, and tiT will Maur to it frequently, for
unless-somebody moves in the matternothing will
be done. Our paper is Open for communications
from all who, feel the want of a Public Square, a
commodious Market House, a_ City Hall, or any
other improvement that will benefit the city by
adding to the health, comfort, and happiness of
the people. The mgre money spent in increasing
the enjoyment of the working classes, the better
will it be for every interest in the community.--
Cramp and confine one riart of the body politic
and whole will,suffer. "Posterjty,blessas the man
that plants a trees!' and if the present generation
will only paythe interest f the debt incurred in
laying out public squares nd promenades, and or
namenting them with frees; and fountains, posterity,
that has done nothing for ; will honor the draft
of their sires,
A Few Words.
We distinctly and unequivocally stated, upon
taking charge of this paperl i that no clique on fac
ticM should exercise the slightest control over its
columns. To prevent all ,unne'ccessary doubt on
the subject, We shall plainly and unreservedly "de
our position," in a few brief words The
Poirr, under our editorial management, shall advo
cate The claims of no politial aspirant at the ex
pence, of another—the business of selecting and
-nominating candidates, so fir as we are concerned,
shall be left with the people, In their judgementl
and wisdom we have the most implicit confidence.
After nominations are made ) by conventions fair-
ly constituted and represented, those nominations
shall receive our warmest support. We don't care
if our most bitter personal enemy were nominated
to fill the highest office in 114 state or nation, we
sball , support him in our paper, and vote for him
on the day of. election. Otir motto is "paracr
xrar masa." Nearly all the bitter animosity
that is engendered in party is in consequence of
the ill-advised course of papers in taking a prema
ture stand in favor of some particular person for
office. The result is that tht friends of other es-1
pintas, thinking that their favorite is mal treated, '
go to work and start a new paper, and continual—
ly fan the flames .of discord and filly. These
;things should not be so; and So far as it is in our
power: we shall endeavor to prevent them. Are
our democratic friends satisfied?
The two vacant seats on the Supreme Bench,
arising from the death of Jude Kennedy, and ab
mace of. Judge Seargeant, eicite much remark.—
lire are not disposed to hasten our Governor into
any premature selection, but he can be at no loss
for material- 7 among his friends, even if he does
not look beyon4 the name pres'ented to him by the
almost unanimous recommendation of the Pitts
burgh Bar, of our learned and talented townsman,
JANTIr S. CRAFT, Esq. His' eppointment would
give general eatisfactiom especially to the West, I
which is entitlert to this appointment—all the pre
tent Judges being from the East and North.
exchange papers yes erclay, were .I stale,
and Unprofitable." We rece; l ived a pile of them ,
too,' as high as coal 'TWas a labori
ous uodertaking to look them all over, and not find
a flower worthy of being transplanted.
M. J . H
gator, we uriderstand has arrived
proposes delivering free lecturesi
procure a room free of expense, O
of his steam a•rial machine. j
1 is 31Durriz.—The Colocal
announces thatthis dislinguishe t ig
to resign his seat in the U. S. Sena
ton papers suggest Col. Elmore t 1
Ii DAYIOINING POST.
AsrAcs.-1-Our friend Luke Loomis, Esq., has
laid upon. our table No. XIII, Pittsburgh Almanac,
for 1847, and also, No. XIII, Magazine Almanac,
for I 547, bath of which are calculated by Sanford
C. Hill, F.sq., Nl r ell known in this section as an ac
curate mathematician. These Almanacs, besides
their'calculations for the weather and changes of!
the moon, contain a large amount of statistics and
interesting reading matter, which will not stain the
Eu o rats of the rising generation, like the, trash that
is usually to be found in comic Almanacs. We
cordially recommend Mr. Lomis' Almanacs to the
LAND SALES IN lOWA AND iLLINOIS.--We.
Call the attention of the readers of our Daily and
Weekly papers, to the Proclamations of the Pres.
ident of the United States, for the public sale of
U. S. Military Lands in lowa and Illinois. These
lands are unquestionably valuable, and will afford
great inducements for men of enterprise to incest
capital, by reason of the rich lead mines therein.
HE attention of those wishing to purchase very
handsomely situated building Lots for private res.-
idences or manufacturing purposes, is requested
to the sale of 30 Lots of ground. which is to take
place this afternoon at 2 o'clock, on the premises.
near Arthursville, in the city district, by' John D.
BEIM; Cou:rrx.--The Democratic Convention
which convened at Read ng on the 12th inst., placed
in nomination the following ticket : Congress
William Strong; Senate, John Potteiger, Assem. ,
bly, Charles SeVarii John C. Myers, John Long,
Jacob Graff. Mr. Myers is the able editor of the
Reading Press, an influential democratic journal.
The following among other resolutions was adopt
ed by the convention:
Resolra, That we cordially approve of the prin
ciples of the tariff of 18413, regarding it as more
equal, fair and just in all its features, than the
tariff of 'lB4 2; at the same time pledging ourselves
for such reasonable modifications as the great lead
ing interests of our country may from time to
time require. True to our principles of political
equality, we cherish alike all the interests of our
great and. glorious Commonwealth, agricultural,
manufacturing, commercial and mechanic arts,
and while we are unwilling that any one of them
shall be favored at the expense of another; we
are in. favor of each one having enough to amply
secure it from all danger.
'ACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS."
The following statement (says the Harrfsborgh
Uuion,) shows the amount of receipts for toll on the
Pennsylvania improvements for the years 1845 and
IBA up to the Ist day of September in each year,
Phila. and Columbia Rail
road, including receipts
from canal at the Colum
bia office, in 1846, $385,348 21
Do. do. 1845, 357,719 34
Increase in 1846,
Canal, aqueducts, bridges,
&c., iucluding receipts
on the Allegheny-Port
age Railroad, for 1846, 283,236 63
Do. do: " 1845, 277,354 01
Increase in 1846,
Receipts in 1846, $91,788 84
Do. 1845, 85,995 44
Increase in 184
Susquehanna and Branch Division.
Receipts in 1845 f.— $85,164.36
Do. 1896, 89,432 29
'Decrease in 1846 i
Total increase in 184 G, to Sept., let,
over the same period of the year 1845, 37,572 82
Total increase per last month's state
ncrease for the mon_
over August, 1845,
.e season of navigation has been about two
months shorter this year than in 1845, owing to
the length of time required to repair the damage.
done by the freshets last spring.
Jonas. Alison., the new Secretary of the Navy,
says the Pennsylvanian, is already favorably known
to the country. While formerly at the head of the
navy department, it was his good fortune to be
universally popular, and we feel sure that Lis res
toration will be hailed With pleasure by!all
rial steam =vi
lla this city, and
providing he can
'a the practibility
lye 'him a fair
, Os SArunnAr week,' an interesting little girl,
daughter of Mr. Stephen Ileal.la, of iiirrisburgh,
aged between three, and four years, caine to her
death Sy eating the berries of a very Ipoisonous
plant, chlled ?tied shade, after several days of acute
'bia S. Carolinian
fill the vacancy.
THE:N.I.NTCCERT Fu.sii.—The lisT ofi contribu
tions collecled . in New York, in aid of ths suffer
ers by the late great fire at Nantucket, foots up at
tha.roun/ sum of $8,774 IS.
Frastszst's Pan snx,---The general parade of
the firemen, to-day, we pmurne wilt be a magni
..ficeneafrair: The folbiwing is the route to be fol.
• lowed, whlch Was: laid out by 'the captains of the ,
• several companies at their meeting on MandaY,
evening; he Ccimpatjies form on Liberty street;
ilia right testing o t a Mtirbury street, counter march
on street,,Libertyup. to Si; Clair street, down St..
Clair to Peim, down Penn to Water, up Water io
Grant, up Grant to Third, down Third to Smith- I
field, up Smithfield =to Liberty, along Liberty to ,
Wayne, dcrWu Wayne to. Penn, ußPenn to Me-
ch.anic,. down Mechanic to the Bridge, across the
Bridge into Allegheny City, up Chesnut st., to Ohio
S treet, - alOtle Ohio - to the Diamond, around the Dia
mond to Federal st., down Federal to Robinson,
along Robison to Sandusky, down Sandusky to
the nand street 'bridge, across the Bridge and up
Hand at, to: Penn, along Penn to Irwin, up Irwin
to Sixth, 'daring Sixth to Wood, down Wood to
Fourth, down Fourth to Market, along Market to
Filth, down Fifth to Liberty, and along Liberty to
the Parade Ground.
41szATitz =Mr. Munioch's Hamlet on Thurs.
day night was a grand performance--the best, we
think, we have ever witnessed. Mr. M speaks like
a true actor, who enters into the life and, spirit of
the piece, keeping _always in his mind the author's
true meaning. The house was 'very good, notwith
standing, the inclemency of the weather. Mr..Mur-!
doch appears to-night as Macbeth, and we have no
doubt will be greeted with a crowded house. Mr.
Porter t the enterprising and gentlemanly manager,
deserves the thanks of the play-going public for his
untiring exertions to please.
.11.6 HASMOITEO33.--The concert of the Harm
neons last night was largely and fashionably attend
ed, and we have never seen an audienCe better
pleased. They are artists of the first talent, and
perform with great ability and most exquisite taste
the first part of their exhibition. The second part
of their concert, in the character of the "Sons of
Ethiopia," was received with loud and rapturous
applause. They give positively their last concert in
the city this eveningi if any of our readers have the,
-blues" we would advise them to go to-night by
all means, and if it does not prove an effectual
remedy. why we are no judge of such matters.
th of August, 1846
Svproszn lquansu.—The Rockvillee (Md.)
Reporter statesthata Woman named Elizabeth Mc-
Doi:11d was found dead in her.bed,-ha Sunday last,
in the !oirtipart,ot:Berry's;distriet, Montgom-,
itry-eohnty; Allison 3feDanald, her hitsband, has
beeh committed to jail on suspicion of": being her
n —Three Irishmen employed on the
Vt., and Mass., railroad, quarrelled about a pipe, at
Ashbunititirri on Thiirsday the 1?Ith last; the quar
rel resulted in .the death of one of them, the other
two have been arrested and lodged in jail to await
their trial for murder.
Enna= OF Piton is E.--A respectable young lady
of Louisville, has brought suit against a merchant
of that place foi r promising to "take her for better
or for - worse," end then failing to redeem his "plight
ed troth." The bill of damages laid in by the lady
Mansani.—"Fve always taught my children to
say yrs sir, and no sir, remarked Mr. Fidget.
, There's nothing like manners in children. Here
Tommy," he continued, "wruld you like to go and
live with this gentleman?" '•i\o." "No what?"
..No air eel"
A Youzeet ris.c.scizu.—A lad about fourteen
years of age,,who has been employed in the Me
chanics Bank, Newburyport, Mass., has been de
tected in embezzling the funds of that institution to
the amount of Upwards of stit3o. A promising
Ersc•ratcx.r.—The people of Mercer county,
Ohio, has given notice that all colored persons
must leave that place by the Ist of March next,
orithey have resolVed to move them peaceably, if
they can—forcibly if they must!
Tua Springfield Republican has been attached
$2OOO at suit of Chandler R. Ellenwood, of Boston,
forlibel in publishing a communication from North
ampton,warning the people of Springfield against
two persons supposed to be pickpockets.
Tun Providence Journal contains an advertise
ment earnestly soliciting informations, concerning
Emma Dexter Tower, a girl of sixteen, who was
spirited away from her distressed parents on• We
dnesday the 11th inst.
Ix Orange', N. J., three of Mr. Condit children
and two hired men were bitten by a rabid puppy;
one son, 18 years old, died in consequence. Ily.
drophobia has not appeared in the other persons
Farar. Arrant.--A few days ago, in awatifrity
at Vicksburg, Col. Wilkinson was shot and killed
by Col. W. B. Minor. Edward Wilkinson, his son.
was fatally wounded in the same affray, which
originated froni a law suit.
Tuz Lockport Glass Works, which we announ
ced as completed last week . , says the Philadelphia
Spirit of the Times, we regret to say, %Peri on
Thursday night last, almost entirely destroyed by
A Hoax RATTLE &SAE E.—A rattle Eke WES
killed near Laurel Hill, La., a few weeks since;
which had a full grown squirrel in it, apparently
ANOTIILII 31 . 1.11)1.11 IX NEW Yoan.--,Chades
Thomas, a black man, stabbed Henry• Ford. also
black, on Sunday night, with a knife, and killed
him. Jealousy the cause. Thomas is in custody.
A Stators GALE was experienced -at the upper
end of L . tke Erie on 'Wednesday and Thursday
last. No eery serious damage was dove, though
some smaller vessels lost their cargoes.
Tue: friends of Calvin Russ, who is accused of
killing his wife in New York last week, say that
the house in which she was found and attacked by
Russ, was not of very good repute.
A Cosmsrrs.—When I hear of a coquette's
Marriage, says Richter, I am reminded of the doge's
custom of marrying Venice to the eea, which, spite
[of the ceremony, is as free to all flags as before.
NEw Tonr.—The democratic couvention of AI.
bany county has nominated for congress Edwin C.
Litchfield, of Albany. He had 12 votes to 21 for
Wm. Holmes, of New Scotland.
FATAL ACTIDENT.-A lad named BENJ. MAAON,
was killed hyrhe accidental discharge of a gun, in
the hands of his brother, at Providence, Rhode
Island, on Saturday last.
HENRI. G. HUBBARD, Esq., our consul at St
John, P. R., died at that place, Aug. the 16. Mr
IL belonged to N. Y., and was a very estimable man.
He was but recently appointed.
WLIAT the old woman said to the Frog in her tea
kettle. "Water is your element, and I will not take
you out of it, but Lwill put my teakettle on the hre
and make your situation very uncomfortable."
A cortsrponant out in Idiana, whose paper is
apparently almost at the last gasp, thus appeals to
his subscribers:—"firip me, Cash-us or I sink."
Vsamo , yr.—There is no choice forGorernor in
Vermont. The Legislature is_ whig, and of course
will elect their candidates
THE STZ6NEII CANDRI• which left Liverpool
on the 4th inst., may be daily expected. She
will bring half a month's later intelligence.
A Haavy Ron sERT.—The em.nting room, of
Brown & Bell, ship builders, N. Y., was entered on
Saturday evening and Tobbed of $lBOO.
A. experiment is now in progress in Connecti•
cut, to manufacture cigars by the same machinery
used in making pins.
Man. Co cyan, who claims to be Gen. Van Ness's
widow, is said to be in New York, conferring with
eminent counsel in relation to her case.
. A COLORED man named Moses Daley, in the em
ploy of Mr. Henry King, of Cranston, R. 1., corn
mitted suicide by hanging.
Tim Charlestown Aurora says $3lO, at least,
have been contributed to Miss Sylvester, tornake
up her loss by the fire.
low•.—Returns from thirty-three counties o
owa give a majority of 513 for the new Constitu
A Fem.+Ls. named Rosanna Roach, was drowned
off south Boston on Tuesday last.
Gxx. Tox Tuuxn is now exibiting in Boston
Let us be United.--The list of Democratic nom
' nations for Congress and the State Legislature are
now complete. Every county in the Common-
wealth has held its contention, and the - people
have selected their candidates for all the important
offices. So far we have heard but few complaints
exist against the fairness of the nominations, or
the integrity and competency of the gentlemen
nominated. On the contrary, it is admitted that
the selections made are unusually. free from objec
tions. The nominees are not only men of talents,
but men of high moral character. Nothing now
remains by our • Dethocratic friends to be done,
but an effort to elect them. Let
_that effort he
STROXO and UNITED, and success is certain. Di
vission only can endanger the success of the party.
Let every Democrat rememberthat the only safe
rule is for the whole parry to be UNTTED.
Sucb sentiments as these should flow from
every democratic heart, and the Commonwealth
will be safe. Friends, be vigilant, be fine, be
AU Sorts of,Pikragraphs.
For the Daily lgorning Post.
Mn. Sir: , =Thatilitors of the "Gazette
and Advertiser," inyesterday's paperotre again at
their ditty...pv(4., slandering by the basest false
hoods, diffident Ward - of Canal Cominissioners.
In ;he,i.r.e4tcuial they say, "Two huddred tons of
cannon thuphott'r the revenue service, are now rea
di! to be shipped Jinni the establishment of Messrs.
KflaiPP& — Tiitten, Nets ;rink There is some
difficulty about shipping via our public wbrks on
account of the very high Toll's exacted by our very
liberal and accomplished board of Canal Commis
sioners. If these men Werefit for their stations,
they would have revised and simplified the whole
system of tolls, and made such reductions as would
have greatly increased the revenue of the State.—
The tolls are kept up, and business driven from our
public works by them, this is notoriotu,—and this
large lot of freight can be shipped via Beaver,Erie,
Buffalo and the New York public works, cheaper
than by our own."
By the foregoing, it might appear that Messrs,
Knapp & Totten,bad been making their complaints
to Deacon White for the purpose of interfering to
injure the election of Win. B. Foster, Jr., the pres
ent Democratic nominee, for Canal Commissioner;
such, :I am induced to believe is not the case;
Mr. Knapp, I am informed is absent in the east; and
Mr. Totten; (although a bitter Whig; as well as his
partner,) is too honorable a man to lend himself
to slander the officers of the party whose govern
ment are constantly supplying him with profitable
contracts for articles in the line of his business, by
which a handsome fortune is to be realized,—and
in fact he has given the lie direct to the statement
in the Gazette, by contracting with Messrs. Graff
&Co., to transport their cannon and shot to Phila
delphia, by way of tbe Pennsylvania canals and
thought I had silenced this slanderer, by a pub
lication of facts, which I made in the "Pittsburgh
INlOrning Chronicle," of the 7th of. July last; and
which I request you will re:publish in your very
Useful paper. The public should be made acquain
ted with the lying propeniities of this fellow
White, by giving them the ' TRUTH.
September 17, 1816.
'•FOSTER AND FREE TRADE."
This is the caption of an article in the last Ira
rriSburgh Intelligencer. It should have been head
ed,'"Powza A in I'Ltrxnem - [for this, after all; is
what the Whigs expect by the election of their can
didate for Canal Commissioner. The idea that the
eleCtion of Mr. Foster, will either advance or retard
the: interests of the manufacturer, is supremely re
dienlous. We believe however, his views are much
more sound upon the tariff than 31r. Power's. Last
week we showed. (from the Congressional Journal)
that thirty4ive Whig member+ of Congress, head•
ed by JOIIN Q. ADAMS, voted against the Tariff
of 18.1:1, and yetnotwithstanding, these facts, the
Whig press are endeavoring to. make the people'
believe that they are par errrl4.tire, the friends of
the protective system! I vvrott't do gentlemen, you
will find when tbevotes are counted for Canal Com
missioner, that the arrereigns know a "hawk from
SONG OF SE'V,E4TY.
ar X. P. TCPPFIL
I am not old—l cannot be old,:
Though threescore yeara nn4 t ten
Flare wasted away, like a tale.' hat is told,
The lives of other men.
I an not old though friends and foes
Alike have gone to thdir rjr4rs,
And lett me alone to my joys and woes,
Ati a sock in the midst of tl4 waves.
I am:not old—l cannot be old,
Though tottering, wrinkled and gray—
Thotigh my eyes aredim, and My marrow is cold
call me no: old to-day.
For, old memories round me thi' i ong,
Old times, and manners, And Men
As I look behind on my journeylso lung
Of:threescore mace and ten. I
I look behind, and am once moM young,
Buoys t, and brave, and bold,'
Anti my heart can sing; as of yore it sung,
Before they called me old.
I do . not see her—that o!d wife there—
Shrivelled, and haggard, and gray;
But I look on her blooming, and 16011, and fair,
As she was on her wedding day.
I do not see you, daughters and sons,
In the likeness ofwomen and 'hen;
But I kiss you now as 1 kissed yOu once,
My fond little children then.
And, as my own grandson rides on my knee,
Orsilays with his hoop or kite
I can well recollect I was merry as he—
The bright-eyed little fright! !
'Tis not long since—lt cannot be dong—
My years co soon were spent,
Since I was a boy, both straight and strong
Yet now I am feeble mid bent.
A dream; a dream—it is all a dre4m?
A strange, sad dream, good smith,
For old as I am, and old as I seem,
My heart is full of youth.
Eye hail) not seen, tongue bath not told,
And car bath not heard it sung,;
Ilow buoyant and bold though it bee= to grow old,
Is the heart forever young.
Forever', young—though life's old age
Ilath every nerve unstrung;
The heart, the heart is a heritage
That keeps the old man young!
Clirknir'e Sugar-coat& Vegetable Pills.—All d is.
eases have their origin in impurity of blood. How
ever excellent the general health, there is no secu
rity against fever, where the blood is impure, as in.
dicated by eruptions of the ekin,
ache, lassitude, &c. The best purifier of the blood,
is Clickner's Sugar -coat - ill Pill, which is so skilful
ly compciunded, that it does not cause griping, the
great oblection to all pills`: The envelope of sugar
prevents all'nausea, so that, save from the power
ful, yet easy operation; the patient •would hardly
be aware that he had taken any medicine at all.
So well convinced is Dr. Clickner of the efficacy.
of his pills in all specified cases, that he is pleat.
ed to return the money, when the promised effect
is not produce.d.
Sold by Wm..TaCkson, corner of Wood and Lib
erty streets, who is general Agent for Dr. Click°.
ner's Pills in Pittsburgh and vicinity.
Ladles Dress Goods.
N LTE have just received a fine assortment of the
V handsomest styles of Ladies dress goods that
have ever been offered in this market, among which
are new style Cashmeres of splendid quality, Ombre
Shaded and Satin striped Cashmeres, a moat beautiful
article; splendid Cashmere Robes; Rich Fancy Silks;
Clermont and California Plaids;- also, a fresh stock
of Muslin de Laines; French and Scotch Ginghams;
Alpaccas, Chintzes, &c. &c.. to all which we would
respectfully invite the attention of the Ladies as we
arc confident of their being pleased.,
ALEXANDER; & DAY,
No 75 Market street,
N. W. cor attic Diamond.
Water street Property For Sale.
TIIE St IMBIBER will sell at a ;bargain a lot of
ground on Water street in the city of Pittsburgh
adjoining Mr. DalzelFs warehouse between Market
and Ferry streets, containing in front 35 feet and in
depth 80 feet; the purchaser can get ;the lot running
to First street, either bytrading a pail on the river
bank, or by purchasing at : a fair value; a. part of-the
purchase money may remain in the hands of the
purchaser if required for ten years, by being.secured
by Bond and Mortgage on the property, with.inter
est. The title is indisputable, tbr further particu
lars inquire of the subscriber on Waterstreet between
Grant and Rees streets. - WM. HOLLAND.
Assignees•Snle of Dry Ooods,
sell on accoui
and 14th inst.
street, 3d doci,
at 10 o'clock i
unless they an
before that tin
attention to 21
cy and Staple
int of liumer . purchasers, at Auction, at
int. I , am authorised by Assignees to
tut of pureli - asers, several lots of Dry
it at Asetsgmies sale, on 7th, Bth, 10th,
at my Auction Rooms, So 114 Wood
or from sth, on Monday next, Sept. 21st,
in the forenoon, without further notice.
re settled' for according to terms of sale
those interested will please pay
"trtely atier,"a large absorianeneof Fan
pry Goods, of nearly every descrip-
pew, - ~:w.,3 ~~- . x~=r, +'' ~-i:~4.,'_.:~,,..~5;~:
1 1 _11
4 . c.s.NbaTEn,
Prices of' Admissitm; - -
First Tier, 50, cents, I:Second ' Tier s 37* cents,
Third .` 20 , c j Pit, 25
riuvarn Box, 75cps, "
Third night of Mr.`1417 OC
A Firerneues4dress, written by a young 'gentle
man of. 4 Pittsburgb, will be spoken by Min PORTES
3 TORD.II" EVENING, SEPT 19, 1846
Will be acted 'the of
DI C B
To conclude with the Farce7of i
PLEASANT. NEIGHBOR.. 1!
Dobre toopen at 7, performance tircratunence at.
7} precisely. 1 ' sep 19
Last Night at the Odsion.
TILE - iIAttMONEONS LAST MUSICAL SOY
• This evening Septeniber 1914,11845,
wiry CHANGE or PROGIIHM.F.
TEy wi ! L 'appear in citiZen's dies - i s, and perform
a pleasing variety of Quartettes, Glees,4'tios,
Salta Stn. ;
$ DART SECOND. I
Ina Chaste Ethiopian Opera with ,
rine, Castiuetts, Ringo, and Triangle accoinpani.
meat introducing the Camptown - Hornpiped a
pearing as Terpsichoreans, in a grand' trial dace,
2:77 Cards of admission, 59 cents. i Children wi
their Parents, 25 ctm To be obiained at the priricil
Hotelii, Bookstores, and at the door. 1 -11
Doors open at 7 o'clock, to commepce at B. .1
0:r See programme. 1 sej,l9
Drxags, Drugs, Drugs, 1
At No, 2. Commercial Row, Liberty etreet, ,4 lli. Go!-
denAfortax , ) once nwre4
and.wishing to Merit an increased share of public pa
tronage, would respectfully call the attention of the
public to our stock of goods which we are now re
ceiving for the fall trade. Among which l may b
found in quantities to suit purchasers, the folloWini
articles. • •1 1
Rhnebard Root; Liquorice &lot, !
Flour Sulphur, 1 do. Ball, I
Gum Arabic, . Refined Borax, •• I
Cal'd Magnesia; Sal Soda,
Carb Magnesia,: - Spanish Brovin,
GuniAloes, Gum Copal, . 1
Crawl], Tarter, Roll Brimstone, '
Calomel, White Chalk, - !
Sup Carb Soda, Ext. Logwood,
Epsom Salts, 1 Chip'd do.
Glauber, do._ I Madder '
Tartaric Acid, Yellow Ochre,
Dal Copavia, do. GreMa, j
Salt Petra, , Rose Pink.
Together with, a general assortment ofOils,
Varnishes, Paint Brushes, Dye Woods, Exc:&,c4
of which will be, sold as low as at any other hfiuse
in the city. ! • sepl9
Stray Cow. •
c A . B b flg i, to the subscriber livingis
ship on theNorthera Turn - pike Allegheny Co.
about the the 6th day of Sept., a dark brindle Chw,
blind of: he right eye, supposed to be eight or lithe
years old. The owner is requested to call prose
property andtake her affray or she will be dispdised
of according to law. JAMES JOHNSTON.
J. Crawford, D. D. . ' I
IESPI'CTFULLY tenders hie services to ihe ait
zees or Pittsburgh and Vicinity. Office 11 S
. 1 ii
Clair street, opposite the Exchange Betel.
septl9.43na• 1 '!
..._ . ___.
. By the Preshilent of the l , , Unttect Stotein.
IN pursuance of an act of Congress, approved lon
the eleventh day ofJuly, ISO, entitled "An 'net
to authorize the President of the Ignited States to aCII
the reserved mineral landsin the States of Illinois and
Arkansas;; and Territories of Wisconsin and loWa,
supposed to contahi lead ore," LIJAMES A. POLX,
PILESIDENT OF THE Unman STATES OF AmEarch,
hereby declare and make known,lthat public saleslOfi
the lands DERETOFORE CV/TIMM* FROM SALE, in the I
State of ILLINOIS, ON scionwr•lOF TILE VALUADiE
LEAD tams anassin, will be held at the underna4-
tinned Land Offices, in said State, at the periods'
hereinafter designated, to wit:
At the Land Office at DIXON, commencing on
Monday, the fah day of April next, for the dispool l
of the public lands within the following townships
and fractional townships, viz: :;
North of the base line and east ((the :1
Fractional townships twenty-seven, twenty-eighl,
and twenty-nine, of range one. ,
Townships twenty-seven and twenty-eight, and
fractional township twenty-nine, tif range two. 7 !I
Townships twenty-seven and twenty-eight; and
fractional township twenty-nine, of range three. !i
The north half of township twenty-severi, Lonnie
ship twenty-eight, and fractional township twentyn.,
nine, of range four.
North of the base line and west of the fourthprineipar'
Fractional townships twenty-seven, twenty-eight
and twenty-nine, of range one.
Fractional townships twenty-eight and, twentyl
nine, of range two. ;I
At the Land Office at S.IIAWNEF.T.OW.N, com 4:
mencing on Monday, the nineteenth day of April
next, for the disposal of the public . lands within the:.
following sections, and parts of sections, viz:
South of the : base line and east of the third principal
meridian. - 11
Sections twenty-two to twenty-nine, inclusiveyan4
sections thirty-two to thirty-six, inclusive, of town.ll
ship eleven; sections one to five inclusive, and senJ
tions eight to twelve inclusive, in township twelve,
of range seven.
Sections three to nine, inclusive, sections fifteen to,
twenty-two, inclusive, and sections twenty-fire tor
Udrty sir, inclusive, of township eleven; sections
one, ttoo, three, the north half and southeast quarter
of section four; sections fire to eleren, inclusive; the
southwest garter of section twelve; the north half of
section fourteen, and sections fifteen and eighteen,
inclusive, in township twelve, of range nine.
Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools,
military; or other purposes, will be excluded from
the sales; also all quarter quarter sections covered in
whole, or in part, by those milling leases which shall!
not be determined by the day fixed for the com
mencement of the sales.
Pre-emtion. aims will not be allowed to
the above O lands, cl until alter the 'same shall he tie o f
offered at the public sale, and .becOrtie subject to
private entryrand all of such lands as contain a mine
or mines ol lead ore actually discovered and being
worked, will be sold in such legal subdivision or
subdivisions as will include such mine or mines, at
not less than two dollars and filly cents per acre.
The sales will each be kept open' for two weeks
(unless the lands are sooner disposed of) and no
longer; and no private entries of land in the town
ships andl fractional townships so Offered will be
admitted until after the expiration of two weeks from
the commencement of the said iiales.
In furthbr execution of the said act, I have caused
the Commlasioner of the General Land Office to pub
lish with this proclamation a brief description of the
mineral regions in which these lands.lie, and of the
lands nowt offered for sale, which he hai prepared
from official documents and other means of infor
• Given under' my hanclat the City of Washington,
this'eighth day of September, Anne - Domini, one
thousand eight huudred and forty-fsix.:
Dv the President: JAMES K. POLK,
JAMES It. Pnufm,
Acting tominissioner of Me General Land Office.
The lands in the DIXON district, embraced in the
above proclamation of the President of the United
States, were explored by Mr. Owen, the geologist of
the State of Indiana, under the instructions from the
Treasury Department; and in'compliance with a re
solution °film House of Representatives, passed 6th
February, I8:19. The able report of this gentleman,
published MI *document No. 239, Reuse of Represen
tatives, first session' of 26th Congress, shows that
these lands include all the productive mines, and the
entire region in which, from observations during his
survey, there is reason to believe that valuable veins
of ore may readily be found. Further, that in 183 1 ),
the lead mines of Illinois, lowa, and Wisconsin,
though only partially worked, produced upwards of
thirty millions pounds of - lead—those of . Illinois
yielding their full proportion—and that the whole
district, ifproperly mined, would yield one hundred
and fifty millions etnindeper annum.
Those lands being situated on and near the Mis
sissippi and Fever rivers, the coat of transporting the
products of them to St. Louis is only about fifteen
cents per hundred pounds. The soil is of excellent
quality, and yields abundantly all the products of
The lands in the SHAWNEtTOWN district have
not been explored as fully as these in Dixon. Re-I
cent discoveries have been made, however, of rich , 1
veins of the aulphuret of lead and nine contiguou s I
to and on both sides of these lands, indicating the
existence of similar deposites within The fa-
cilities for'manufacturing white and red lead are
represented as being ample- and as the lands are
situated within about seven Miles of Ow ra-".
ihe Inetati'irl'any forts can be transported to all the
principal markets at a ,, trifling cost. _
JAMES 11. PIPEit,
diettalgValnode„stoner of the Gement Land 'Offce.
Septeril,ber Stn, 1846. - sepl9-lawlBt
By. the',Presldent of the United States.
IN ptirstance of an act of Congress, approved on
the eleventh day of July, 1846, entitled "
act to authorise the President of the. United Sta.tes
to sell the resented mineral lands in' the States of
Illinois and - Arkansas; and Territories of Wisconsin
and lowa, supposed to contain lead ore," I, JA VMS
K. POLK, President of the United States of Amer
ich, do hereby declare arid makerknown, that a pubw
lie sale will be held at the Land Office at DUBUQUE,
in the Territory of lOWA, commencing on Monday . ,
the Bth day of March nest, for the sale of the pub
lie lands ittatitroitt'-wnitnew =est SALE OK
ACCOUNT OF THE 'VALVABLE LEAD MINES Tneatut,
within thefollowing townships and fractional.town
ships, known as the ilex 1.r.0n =PE nararcr, to
North of the base line and east of The fifth principal
Townships eighty-eight, eighty-nine and-ninety,
and fractional township ninety-one, of range one.
Township 'eighty-eight; and fractional townships
!eighty-nine, ninety and ninety-one, - of range two.
Township eighty-seven, and fractional townships
eighty-eight and eighty-pine, of range three.
k'ractional townships eighty-seven and eighty-1
eight,..of range four,
Fractional township ' eighty-seven, of range five.
North of the Lase line - and west of the fifth principal
! • irieridian
• Township ninety, spd fractional township ninety.'
4 '" one, of range one. .
'th Fractional townships ninety-one, ninety-two and
ninety-three, of, range two.
Township ninety-twO" of range!three.
' Lands appropriated by law for the use of schoole,
military and other purposes; will he excluded from
sale; also all !quarter quarter sections covered in
whole; or in 'part; byl those mining leases, which
shall not be determined by' the day fixed for the
cornmencementof these sales. -
Pre-emption claim's will not be allowed to any of
the 'above lands; until after they bare been offered
At public sale; and become subject to private entry;
and; all of such lands as' contain mine or mines of
lead; ore actually discoiered and being worked, will
be Cold inlAh legal sabdivision or subdivisions as
will inelud exuch mine or mines; at not less than two
dollars and' fifty cents per acre.
The sale will be kept open for two weeks, (unless
the lands are sooner disposed of) and no longer; and
no Private . ntries ofland in the:townships and frac
tional townships so offered will be admitted until af
ter the expiration of two weeks from the commence
ment of said sale. • - '
In Ifiirther execution of the said act, I have caused
the Commissioner of the General Land O ffi ce to pub
lish with this proclamation-a brief description of the
mineral regions in which. these lands lie, and of the
lands now offered for sale, Whibh he has prepared
fromofficial documents and other means of infor
Given under my hand at the City of Washington,
this fifth day of September, Arinci Domini, one thou
, sand, eight hundred and forty.six.!
By the President: r - JAMES K. POLK.
SAXES 1.1. Prrx.n,
Adihg Commissioner of the Genera Land Cffice.
I• • • • • • -
The lands in the mineral regiOns,embraced in the
above proclamation of the President of the United
States, are believed to contain the richest mines of
lead that have yet been discoverbd; the ore-yielding
abrini eighty per cent, of pure metal. Copper, also
had been found in this region in nonaiderable Icran
tities.l : ' !
Great advantages are said to exist for the mann
acture of lead . in various formd, particularly into
shot, the river; banks being so elevated as to require
little-Or no expense in the erection of towers; and
the ore, from its great purity, may be manufactured
into shot by the .first smelting. -
The location of these mines being near the Mis
sissippi river il affords great 'facilities of transporta
tion, the average cost of which to iSt. Louis is about
fifteen cents perhundred pounds.l The soil is rep
resdnted.as being unusually fertile, producing all
the email grain in great abundance, and furnishing
excellent range fortattle-r-thua presenting equal in
ducements to the agriculturist andlthe miner.
T& I DUBUQUE- mines in fradtional" townships
eighty-yight, eighty nine, and ninety, of range two
east; situated on the banks of thO Mississippi, arc
considered the'. Most important; the DURA.NGO mines
in townships eighty-nine. and ninety, ofrang,e' one
east; are the nextin value; and the CATTESE mines
in frictional township eighty-eighti of range three
cast,l also on the river, are the third. Other mines
have!, been disdovered in this regiOn; and it is very
probable that future'explorations 101 bring to light
others as rich and productive as any_now known.
JAMES' it ipmER,
Acting Commiisioner of the General Land Office.
September Bth , 1840. -: . serag-lawisr
A TTORNEY AND 'COUNCELLOR AT LAW,
;(successor to Lowrie & Williams.) Office at
the old sand, Fourth street, above Smithfield.
ARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between
Henry Williams, Esq., and myself; in the prac
tise of the law,;x.as desolved by mutual consent on
the 26ftv ult. and the business will hereafter be con
tinued by Henry W. IVilliains, , wbciro I most cheer
fully recommend to all for whom •I have the honor
to do business, as a gentleman every way worthy - of,
their confidence.tepid ly . •
1 1 WALTER 11. LOWRIE.
- DOiF , DTALAP-50 lbs for sale by
). R. E. ;SELLERS,
571 Wood street.
E 1 MS
UM GUTio-242 Ms for sale by •
• ; ;
sepl,9 ; 57.1W00d street
1:tIll.14 I ARB
, 00T—I' ease superior for sale b
S - R. E. SELLERS.
,cannister tor sale by
seP,! B R.E. SELLERS.
Q.ISLPIL tor sale by
.1 , it R. E.. 'SELLE,RS,
soplci • ' ' 57 sVootl street.
NDELI,Eu s xidd r paysoros
sale by . EO.ELLERS;
seals 57 Wood street,
SEW FALL GOODi.I
nAunow's dr. TURNER,
AT NO. 46, MAKET ST,
7)0 ESPECTFULLY call the attention of their
friends, and Day GOOD, purchasers generally,
to their eatensivenssoitment of
NEIV. j'ALL GOODS.
Which, is now complete in every depannent.
Purchasers are particularly invited examine our
!Very choice selection of
! ,DRESS GOODS AND SHAWL&
Much attention has been given to their selection,
and -in point of richness and cariety, we never before
have been able to e'er greater induenhents.
! I ; Fine Wciol Cashmeres; Cashmere Reps;
Cashmere VEcosse, Mous DelLaines; •
Fancy and Staple Silks, &c.; etc. ,
SirAwis.-L--Freneh, Terkerri, Cashritere Broths.
Li Embroidered and plain Cloth; do. Thibet Shawls
of entirely new and rich patterns—in every variety
' of style - 7 - afso,Denniquin'alßlk. Merino, with Fancy
styles at reduced prices!'
d `Ladies Fancy Silk Velvets;" . • '
!Paris Kid! Gloves; in all shades and Nos.;
normal. Ranotts.—Several boxes reed comprising
the differenilate styles; choice pattetna.l Few boxes
very handsoMe patterns at 121 cents. !
Cainbric lidkfs, from 'l2l cts.ito the beat'
tri use. ,
!IFuttrart ,f.triSccrroa Grtrorrazts—Ofiverylledim
hie styles and qualities superior, eh low prices.
(French Thihet Cloths, tin all shades);!
Ipacas, Silk and rott: Warps, wain Find fancy;
ombazines, Lupine's best, at. unusually low
Ornbri 4-4 !Cashmeres;
! Embossed Table CoVers; • - I
j',Woozarr IltAwKrvs--12 and 14-4 fancy bound, 12-4
twilled beautiful article. Also lowtosts!af different
dtyles, all of which are offered at prices 30 per cent
Splendid Calicoes, at 10 and 121 cts. I
• Our doniestic department Is full,- possessing advan
rtages to the purchasir , rarely tu.be foetid.
Brown Sheetits yard wide; good quality, 61
Do. do. do. ! Extra heavy, 8c
Garramircav please take notice, that at our number
may be forbad at 'all'Airties French Brdad Cloths,
Pant stuffs and Vestinge; Satin and Silk Scarfs, and
Cravats; new !styles; !Linen and Silk Mai's., Gloves,
floaiery, Gura Braces; Silk Elastics, Silk umbrellas,'
&c! &c. r''
Th e above stock has been purchased ,within the
last! 30 days since the great depreciation in prices in
thelEastern markets;and will be disposed of entire
ly; to the advantage or. the purchaser. Call and sec
at the ~D owniTothn. • Cash House? ,
sill). 13. " BARROWS TI.;'"RNI7.III
I ,Gordon & Co.,shroim Sherry Wines
dn.:, do. pale' dd - do.
Cortes . f,
genera/ assortment of other rich old
eat the' lime store of I
;rl' 5 " I
- COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD . CHERRY. .
. Truly Wettßemfal t
Dr. Swami= Dear Sir—ln October lastorhile en.
gaged with .Mr. Joseph Smith; in a new Mill s near
Waynesburg, I waeattacked with a-cough, from be
ing exposed at night, which gradually - increased; at
-tendedwith apittingof blood and 11 severepain in-the
breast, loss of appetite, fever, &c. &c., which - was
scarcely supportable. I had a family' who were
wholly dependent on my exertions for simpoit, yet
was obliged to leave my business and return home.
I was then attended-by several,Physicians, both still
grew worne,'untU my medical attendants gave me up
as incurable. Subsequently, rerwife obseriiing in
one of the public prints,' an advertisenient - of Dr..
Swayne's Compound Syrup of-Wild Cherry, procur- r ,
ed me one bottle from Francis M'Clure, you agent;
in Lewistown, whiehrelieved me. I continued-until'
I had taken five bottles. lam now able to return to
my-work again. I write this to offer you my sincere
thanks, and you are at liberty to make it known, so
that if any human being is suffering as I have been,
be may have recourse to your invaluable medicine.
Yours, JOHN P. BOYNE..
Lewistown, Del. -
CONSUMPTION, which has baßied the skill of
eminent Medical practLioners, where invalids have
been given up hopeless, by baring recourse to, and
persevering in, this unequalled remedy, have been ,
radically,cured. ' There are now in the hinds of the
proprietor numerous certificates of cures; which "
would astonish credulity itself, were they .made
known to the world. To those who are afflicted
with any of the above diseases, we say, give this
medicine a fair trial; you wilt then be convinced thin
is no miserable compound, but a safe and powerful
remedy, and that its curative powers stand °lane and
equalled by none. ,
Dr. Swayne's Syrup is the only true and genuine
article of Wild Cherry before the public,: and we
would say to the afflicted, always look for the Writ
ten signature ofDr. SWAYNE on each bottle befoie
your purchase. Beware,
and be not deceived t -
Some persons may tell you that some other prepa
ration is as good: Heed them not. One trial of the
genuine. Dr. Swayne's Syrup of wild Cherry will con
vince you that it is the most ialuableMedicine dis
From the increasing demand for the above article,
Druggists, Merchants, and, dealers generally, will
find it to their advantage to have a full supply of this
valuable medicine. Remember to enquire for DR.
SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHER
RY, as there have been some individuals with the
assumed names of physicians making great effor,s
to push a spurious article-into the market - under a
The (original and onlngenubse article is only pre
pared by DR. SWAYNE. N. W. corner of Eighth
and Race streets, Philadelphia.
Let the advice be repeated, do not neglect a' slight
cough; if you do, you may have occasion to regret it.
Why run any risk? Delay has, and may again lead
to serious consequences. • '
LMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.—An excellent
Spring Medicine. Dr. MAYNE'S COMPOUND
SARSAPARILA AND EXTRACT, OF TAR PILLS.
These great purgative and purifying Pills are cele
brated for the cure of Dyspepsia Sick Headache,„
Loss of Appetite, Low Spirits, Blotches ' or Pimples
on the face, or any disease where a purgative or purl
fying medicine is required. These pills neither gripe s
produce nausea, or any other unpleasant sensation,' .,
and as a Spring Medicine for purifying the blood and
I cleansing the body of disease, they are unsurpassed
f by any medicine ever yet introduced to the public.
Er:r Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail,
by the sole proprietor, Dr. SWAYNE & SONS, N.
I W. corn er _Race and Eighth streets, Phila'a.
The only agents in Pittsburgh for the sale of the
genuine medicine are, Wm. Thorn, 53 Market at.; ,
Ogden & Snowden, corner of Wood and 2d st., and
S. Jones, ISO Liberty st., where it can be obtain-
ed genuine, wholesale and retail, at proprietor's
prices. Sold by John Mitchell, Allegheny city; E.
B. Inman, Cincinnati; Dr. Megoffin, Mercer; J. H.
Burton & Co., Erie; J. S. Morris &Co., Louisville;
Dr. E. Easterly & Co., St. Louis; Andreiv Oliver &
Co., New, Orleans; Denig & Son, Columbus; Boyd,
Cams & Co., Butler; Mackenzie & Haskell, Cleve
land; Dr. Baker, Vraseling; Va.; Wm. R. Wood,
Maysville, Ky.; Miller, Brownsville; Dr. H. Camp
bell & Co., Uniontown; R. E. Johnson, Cumberland;
J. M. Sharp, Dayton; and by agents in an parts of
the United States.
I\ol'.W BOOKS—JustT received at o-ta5,,..:86.
Fourth st. Archibald Werner, or the Brother's '
.Revenge, a romantic tale, by Chas. Spindler.
COOKS', — SS
The Widow's Walk, or the Mystery of Crime, by
The Sicilian Vcspers, or the White Cross of st.
Luke, by Dennis Hannigan. -
The Algerine and other tales, by Harry Danforth.
• Juvenile Library No. 1. Mother Goose, by Law
rence Lovechild, with eieht. splendid illustratians
from original designs by Darley. -
Living Age, No. lin, American Review, Deme
cratic Review and Farmer's Library for September,
along with a numerous assortment ofnew works, just
published and for sale at Cook's Fourth st.
New York Plano Fortes.
J OHN H. MELLOR No. 81 Wood street (between
Diamond alley and 41,11 street) has received and
for sale three new Piano Fortes from the manufac
tory of A. H. Gale & Co., successors to the "New
York Manufacturing: Company," which will be sold
-at the same price as in New York city, adding only
the price of transportation..".- ,
The quality of these Pianos is now so well known,
and. established, that it is not considered necessary
to state wherein their superiority over others con.
slats, those who are desirous of purchasing can be
fully satisfied, as to the quality of tone and-workman
ship, b 5, calling on the subscriber. The patterns of
these Pianos are entirely now and such as are now
fashionable in New York city.
They will be sold for cash or on a moderate credit
far approved endorsed paper, '
JOHN H. MELLOR,
81 Wood street.
O LD PORT WINES-20 cases superior Old Port
Wine, for Invalids, for sale by the case or hot.
'le at the wine store of:_ STERETT Co.
scplB 61 Marhet street; cor., Front.
CLARET WINES--20 eases "St. Julien Aledoc s ' ,
15 do. family use and other brands. For sale,
low at the white store of ' STERETT & CO.,
seplB - N0.16 Market st. cor-Front.
O LD SHERRY BRANDY—An excellent article
on draught for medicine or other purposes, for
axle by STERETT Fr. Co.
seplS cor. Market and Front.
AST INDIA and Wine Bitters of .delightftii
jrj aroma, in bottles, and on draught, for sale at
the wine store of STEDETT it Co.
seplB cot; Market-and-Front.
La.ines; plain, bik
.and-fig'4l Silks, and a great-variety of rich colored
dress Silks. Also, 12 cartoons of rich Bonnet Rib.
bons; 'Velvet and Bonnet Silks; French and Ameri
can Flowers, in great variety; Braid and Straw
Bonnets, cheaper than ever; a dill assortment nr,
gentlemen's wear, such as Cravats, Shirts, under'
Shirts and Drawei Ef; Cloths, Cassini eres and Vestings,
all of which be sold at a small advance over T - •
New York cost. - 'W. GABBARD,
sept 113 79 Market street.
Fresh Louisville Linke,
• TUST reed fresh Louisville Lime, by the bbl
tj or retail; a quantity of Window Sastk and
Glass; Carpet Chain and Balls, &e.
Ag't & Cclnt..Merch't IV9. 42 St. Clair st..
Ctirer follows Cure
MORE 4ROOF: OF : THE EFFICACY OF
...1717E'S COMPOUND SYRUP
Coughs, Cold.s,Ast.hina, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint;
Spitting, Blood,'• Difficulty of. Breathing, Pain in
the Side ancil3reastiPalpitation ofthe Heart,
Influenza, Croup,Broken Constitution,
Sore Throat, Nervous Debility, - -
and all diseases of Throat,.
Breast and Lungs, the -
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speedy cure ever -
FRESH FALL GOODS ,"
AT TH NEW YORK STORE
. 30 Cases rich fall.
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