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THE PITTSBURGH DAILY IMMO POST.
i. ruatrEß,: EDITOR AND PROPNLATONt_,
.00T. 19, 1544
- The question is, asked in the Jttreete, "tea the
.Perituyisonia Volunteers ba e•tertiti out? ft
lief, judging solely from the aspect of the war;
that they will. The recent battles around. Monte.
rey show decidedly the Military spirit and -yatriot
tsm of=dam,Mexican soldiers; in fact, it was their
brave defence of 'Monterey that caused Gen. Tay
rant them such'•honorable terms in their
capitulation. It is all a mistaken' idea that the,
Mexican soldieiy: are Undisciplined and COWardliri
and our volunteete, if catldd on to join.in the war'
will find in them "foetzten worthy of their steel:
It is not likely that Gen. Taylor will proCeed to.
wards tly city of. Mexico . from Monterey, as the
.-distance is, about: eight :hundred miles, and the
country 'unfit:for military operations. Leaving
that city well.fintified; we presume he, will fall
back onlatigortis and await until our squad
ron have taken Tampico nr Vera Wiz, the first
named place being
,312 miles, and tlit.latter but l
290 miles from the city of Mexico, with the ad.
vantage of good roads. The troops can then mu,-
'bark from Matamoros to either of these points, and
after being reinforeed with volunteers, proceed on
to the old . eity of the Aztecks; Then will came
ihe tug of war! These ate- merely.. our own con
. lectures concerting; the, plan of procedure by the
government, and are worth as much perhaps as
the oninions of .the press elsewhere. From what
appears tardiness on the part of Corn. 'CONNOR,
some have been led to believe that the castle at
Vera Cruz is inipregnable, which isnot the fact.—
' If it suited the plan of operation, Cdumbiads could
be cast of such calibT, in this city, that would,
without theloss of a single man on our side;
Om - ice - any battery - on the Gulf.l We have no doubt
:`/ but that it is the intention of our government to
prosecute the war with vigor, -nor will it end
. - -
until our tro - Opt occupy the beautiful Alameda,
The descendants of the Axtecks and the Con
querors are brave, , and by no means wanting in pa
trfotism,but the fact is r the country has no govern-
ment—it never was a Republic—it never has been
any thing but a military despotism, and it chan,
ges its rules like the changing of scenes in a drama.
When Mexico cast off her allegiance to Spain, in
stead of creating a-Republic, she placed liurbide
on the. throne, en Emperor! He was'shortly
terwatds assassinated; ever since, there has been'
nothing but pronunciamenros and revolutions.--a
constant quarrel between military fl-rants for the
.spoils of office. They have bave4 robbed the churches
and imprisoned the people; they have broken the
national faitli, - and have insulted the representative
of our government. Now the people of Mexico
- must suffer the consequences of a war which will
admit of no retrogression until Mexico seeks for
peace on terms honorable to the government of the
United States. It is a bard thing to see a people
stailor the acts of their rulers, and.those rulers
' . .TIILLNTS in every sense of the word. Thus far
the warhas been conducted by our soldiers in a
mantle; honorable to them, and in accordance with
the spirit of the age. 'We hope it Will, continue so.
We hope, also, that the first mari.tl*t touches the
"wirer shrines" of Mexico, with thei . purpose of
carrying out the idea suggested by Henry A. Wise
in Congress, will perish before the altar! We wish
the war was,ended, and on terms creditable to our
National honor; but it is to be feared that it will
be a long time before the olive branch passes be
tween the two nations.
jj+The Journal issued a flaming extra on Sat
urday, 'giving returns from a large portion of the
State. The editor has come to the conclusion that
the "question is settled:" and that Power is elected
Cenal Commissioner. We would advise our friend
Riddle not to crow before he is: out of the woods!
He must be aware of the fact that Potter, McKean
and Elk are not,yet-heard from! They will have
the votes counted up there: in a few weeks, and
then look out for a loud crow from Chapman!—
Ruzza for Potter; McKean and Elk!!
Tat DEATS or Carr. Writastss.s—The George
town Advocate says: ?Capt. Williams, of the Top
: egraphical •ngineersi killed during the„series of
desperate con * flicfs before Monterey, was
of for 'some time, and * Married in this town. „Re
married a daqhter of the estimable widow ,of the
late Thos. Peter, Esq„-at - whose residence / the or
phans of Ca * .pt. Williams now remain—their moth
er being also dead. Georgetown is not only fully
..represented in the gallant army at the South, but
offers her-share of the khi ning victims to ,he im
molated on the altar of this most unfortunate
war." • „ .
Ten Corrosr Caoe.—From what we can learn.
says the ".Milledgeville Journal from various,sec
tions of the State, we are led to believe that the
cotton crop in Georgia will 'not be as short as was
anticipated a few weeks back. The crop will be
larger than it was last year; and had it not been
for the caterpillar and worm, it would have been
quite .a large one. As it is, we think there will be
at least:three fourths of an average.-
ImpoaTexcr was rumored through
the streets last evening that one of our volunteer
companies has received orders to march forthwith
to iklexicO! We'gi've This rumor as we received
it, without pretending to vouch for its correctness.
• PEIIKSTLVANIA LEGI/iLATGRE.—Frora the best
information-We can gather, parties will abbut bal.
ance intbe lower house of the Pennsylvania Legis
lature this winter. It is doubtful which party will
have the majority. 'lle Senate will also be about
a tie. , -
.Govrarron or Onto.—ly.einfer from the returns
received" last night through the Ohio Statesman,
that Was. Base, (fed.) of Butler county, haibeen
elected Governor of Ohio, bra small majority over
D.svxv T0i444 Trumbull, the Democratic candi
• -STAnstao,—A difficulty occurred between two
colored fellowa about a piece of meat, on the bill;
back of the new &Sin yesterday, which resulted
in one named .Davis stabbing the other several
times so dangerously. that it is thought he will not
recover. • Davis has been arrested.
.DZSTFUCT'IVE Frits Is WALDOllOll.O. * —The
town of yiraldoboro,' Maine, was visited by a very
-destructive fire on Sunday last. The loss includes
sixteen stores, nine dwelling houses, four lawyer's
offices, time physician's offices, and the bank and
past - office buildings ; the bank and post-office prop
erty save 4 No lives lcist.
.13.triantions.--AilOnait's new slaaying saloon on
iVater , st.,%bove the National. : is, a little Ole most
raaguificenFly,fitted up saloon in this' city, his ra.
zorn thekeenest, and his ~,j ours" the best and most.
obliging "shavers"- to be met with in a week'S
Sxow---The city: was iigtedbya light sict97
storm, kilt Sunday morning. •
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Below we give iheriziajoiities - sfor Canal Com
missioner in this Staiefio far as ascertained, which
we belteie. will vary" buy little:lrOrn the official
Northampton, • , 360
Phi!arra City & 3675
Tiogar , •
Union, ' 4 -5 "
Those marked thus • are official
Members of Congress Elated.
Dist. Democrats. Dist.
3. Choi. Brown. (gain,) 1. L. C. Levin, (native,)
4.. C. IJ Ingersoll, 2. J. It. Ingersoll,
9. William Strong, 5. Chas. need (gain)
10. 'Richard Broadhead, 0. J W lionibeck (gain)
19: Job Mann, - 7. A. R. iNl'llvaine,
8. John Strohm, .
13. James Pollock,
14. G. N. Eckert,
15. Henry Ness, (gain)
10. J. F. Brady,
17. John Blanchard,
18 Andrew Stewart,
20. John Dickey,
. 21- Moses Hampton,
21, x 4. W. Faretly, (gain)
cr}The tth, 12th, and 234.6 districts are not yet
heard from, Inthre supposed to have elected
nr .s a week past has been !
playing to very good house-much better indeed 1
than could have been expected-finch disagreeable i
weather. His benefit comes off ibis evening, and
the bill he offers is decidedly the rich"estof the sea
,aside froni this gentleman's chino upon
the public ; is sufficient to ensure a full hotist l / 4.
Owszrs, appears in the afterpiece° SiLsa ea and
Owsss ciln certainly create fun enough for _cyne
night. 'Go, and enjoy yourself.
.130.1Ve call - the attention of our readers to the
advertisedient of our friends Sterrett & Co., in the
Post of this mOnting. Their stock is large and
freih, and' will recommend itself to those who
wish to purchase articles in their line. .
ANWEEST COLLEGE.-The Hon. Abbott Law
rence, of Boston, has made a donation of $lOOO
ti3wards . ithe erection of a tire-proof Cabinet and
Obs.epiatorsi, which• it is proposed to build on the
hilrin front . of Amherst College. •
.Annivir.D.—Mrs. Pope, a lady :« - ho is highly
spoken of in England, as tragiCactress, arrived at
New York, on Saturday, in the packet ship liot
tinguer, from Liverpool.
Tits trial of Barker Burnell, late caBheir of the
Nantuckeißank, has been postponed to the June
term, 1847. He was surrendered to the Court and
remanded to jail.
THE WissEasooss.—The Union of the 13th
says:-"We understand that a treaty was
concluded at a late -hour this day, with they
Winnebago delegation, by which they cede their
lands in lowa to the government of the
ted States. The precise terms of the arrangeMent
have not reached its; anti, indeed; treaties are gen
erally secret documents until they have .been rati
fied.- , The Winnebagoes will hag a formal audi
ence with their Great Father, the President of the
United States, before they. leave the city.
FAT ETTS COVNTT.—The Editor of the Unien•
town .Genius, gives the following account of the
federafirictory in Fayette county :
"The election has resulted in the.tot al route of the
Democratic party. Stewart's majority for Con
gress will probably exceed 200—roster is beaten
for Canal Commissioner—our Assembly ticket
is beat—our candidate for Commissioner is beat—
we are beaten throughdut, and Federal Whigery is
now rejoicing irr triumph. But it was not the force
of our opponents which effected this result—it was
division among ourselves. Had we been united, I
and had our people turned out to the election, w e I
could have given as large a Democratic majority
as in former years; but a large portion of voters,
either through dis affection with some of the candi
dates-or the inclemency of the weather, remained
at home, and consequently we are badly—shanie:
fully beaten. T — several local .questions,
road," "anti-railroad," "removal" &c., were brough
to, bear on the democratic party, Which the whigs,
as true to their purpose as the needle is to the pole,
took advantage of and profited by.There.was no
departure from the ticket with them on these ques
tions. There whole party came up to the work,
indepepdant of all minor considerations, ana they
have succeeded And so it must be with the dem=
erratic party, they must select their ticket with au
eye single to the success . and harmony of the,par
ty, or they must yield their party ascendancy."
Money Matters, /fr.—Satisfactory security can
command almost any amount of money at about
legal interest. The same is the case it almost all
the Atlantic cities. At Boston, New York, and
Philadelphia, the paper's all spdak of the same
gratifying fact—an easy money market. Enter
prise is active, and all branches of business is pros
perous., Stocks are more depressed than almost
anything else, but this 'depression is the result of
other-causes than w want of money, The war,
and the uncertainty of its duration; is what most
affects the price of speculative stocks.
The'coal trade, says the-Pbiladelphia „Ledge'', is
improving in the;amount earning to market The
returnof the week, ending cit7i4e 2d instant show
ed.: an increase of 4,000 Jane over the previous
eeckt hyld we notice that'the rebirni-for the week.
encling'on the 9th instant showed an increase, over
the weeklinding ortlthe.24i; of ,1,1000 tons.
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MEADviLii, Oct. 15th, 1846
HARPIR, Es 9..—Wetir Sir:-:-Thd-Demdciatit
ticket has been carried Crawford county. by 'a
small majority. The returns come in very .. slowly.
We have?enough, hoWeVer, to-warrant us in saying
that our Asse'mblymen, County Coinmissioner and
Auditor are all elected by a majority of from 50
The „Democratic candidate for Congress, your
oldliiend M. B. Lowry, Esq., has been defeated in
this district by J. W. Farrelly, Esq., a Whig law
yer of this place. Mr. Lowry will Probably have
a majority o? 100 in this county. Mercer county
has given a majority _of X 447 for. Mr. Farrelly
From 'Penang° we have ihre returns of nine, town
ships, allowing an increase of 145 in favor of the
Whig candidate over the congressional vote of
1844. - My, opinion is, that the Whig candidate for
Congress will have a majority in the districts of
Wm. B. Foster, Jr., will have a majority -. of-about
t 25 in Crawford.
I shall not stop to discuss the causes which have
tended to produce this disastrous result. They are
various, and I do not think it proper or necessary
to refer to them at present. The turn-out wad less
than it has been for ten years. This was owing to
a drenching rain, which, commencing before day
light, continued with but little or no cessation, un
til after dark. I am informed that 21 inches of'.
rain fell in about ten hours. It was impossible for
the sick or the aged to go out, and hundreds of
stout, able-bodied men remained at, home by their
firesides' in preference to braving the elements
which raged without. Tours, &c.
It being generally understood at Washington,
that the Administration hare determined to attack
Tampico ati..thaearlietit practicable moment, we
make the following extracts of letters, which were
published in the New Orleans Tropic a month or
two ago. At this particular juncture. they must
be read with interest—
"On the streets_running from the Lagoop. to thel
river (Pannca) there is a garrison, containing. six
hundred troops, and in the said street there are)
three pieces of artillery pointing to the river and
attended by a number of
: poor objects just ready
to drop their parent earth.
'On a mound on the opposite side of the lake
there is a fort and four pieces of cannon, and on ,
rthe canal which lead] from the river into-the lake,'
there there is another composed of sand-bags. Outside of
the town there is one other, which is in a state of
dilapidation. ln.landing there would be little to
contend with; indeed manrof the native Mexicans
are ready to change their taskmasters.
"'At the bar there are about 200 men under the
.command of Gen. Cosy ofTexan memory. Par
rodis is still Commandant .General, and Col. Cas-
I tato, Mayor of the place: - 'The. whole fosce at the
l bar, in the city, and , in the forts, consist of but
1.1,012 men, of whom 240 are ~commissioned offi
"This picture is neither flattering to the Mexi
cans, nor to the vanity of their enemies, the Yan-,
trees, as but little glory is in reserve, for the captors
of a place so guanled, but glory is less an objecli
with a true American than the discharge of his do.l
ty. The natural defences of Tampico. nullify]
somewhat its advantages in moral, and the physi
cal defects of its military protectors. The ap
proach to the city is 'guarded by a bar of an aver.
age depth of less than ten feet of water, and over
which la.dangerous amt. is setting for the greater
part of One time. 1 hate known a boat to employ
tour dais in ineffectual efforts to cross this bar 7--•
Then the channel of the entrance is a perfect lab:
yrinth, arid a single gun well served and manned
could effectually protect it against two or three
boats, or one schooner of -a proper size. These
things will entitle the capture 6f Tampico to great
respect, even if the defences should be, reduced far
below its present strength.''
• • • • • • • •
'The force occupying the defence of this place
remains about the same as at the date of my last,
including o:licer', bands of music, sappers, the
whole regular force is five hundred and fifty. Of
militia, there are-four hundred and sixty oh the mus
ter rail , . In all 1,010, , uf Which number two hum•
Bred and forty-live are commissioned officers—an
increase of live since my last advice&
••Fort Autlonega is armed with one brass twenty
four pounder. va-‘3 brass - 16 pounders, one 12 and
two 8 pounders
-The Fort on the canal has four 16 pounders.—
In the city are six_l2 pound field pekes.. •
"The roll on the by, has four 32 pounders, I
believe, and the gun boats three, one Spanish 13
pounder each. N
"General Parradieditill commands, and has with
him Curial, Cos and Moltda.
A few weeks since we alluded, in general terms,
to the position of this distinguished-otlicer in the I
army of the United States. It was unnecessary fore
us)to specify his name. No one could Mistake'.
that "towering plume" which had been so /unfortu
nately inissing in the battles of the 6th and tith of,
May—the ill-starred events which had produced
his absence from the 'field—the ardent anxiety'
which he felt to re-appear urn the theatre of the
war, to share its honors, to lead the van—the strong
assurance which his character gave us Ilia he
wanted nothing but opportunity to distinguish him..
self in the ,service of his county. If there wasone
officer in the army for whose noble - gallantry' and
generous ardor any man would be safe in pledging
his life, that officer was Gen. Worth. And 'nobly
has he justified this confidence, and redeernedthose
(declarations. Gen. Taylor, with the noble sprit*.
thy - which so highly - graces the soldier, gave Worth
the opportunity, which he burnt to enjoy. 'He
"permitted turn to lead th - e van at : Monterey; and
be has truly distinguished-himself, ns much as by
his discretion as by his chPialry. I 'One wobld have
supposed that Gen. Worth would have been- hut%
tied by the strong motives which actuated itim, to
"Pia danger at the cannon's mouth,". and :rush
into the heat of battle, without any regard to.conee
quences. But such was:not the case. Gen. Worth
recollected bow much depended from his coolness
—how many liVes were at aiake—hoW -. Many
brave men might be snaked by too ninth "im
petuosity on the part of their leader. The most
brilliant achievement of the day was his; but it is
difficult to say whether we are not to admire most
his ardor or - his coolness—the gallantry he display.
ed, or the forbearance which he exerted towards
his men. ...At all events, he has added new laurels
to his brovq and so completely had his character
attracted the admiration of the world, and his Pe
cullar Condition hail so much won the sympathie4
of his comrades, that his triumph is suficient to dii--
arm even iffy itself.— Wash.. Union. ~,_
The Press.—Dongiass Jerrold says the'Power of
the press is as boundless as that of society. It
reaches the throne—it is enclosed in the cottage.
It can pull down injustice, however lofty, and raise
up lowliness, however
. deep' It castigates ctiine
which the law can only purtish without repressing
them. Whenever an eye can see, or a hand :-an
write, there is - the press. Persons in tribulation
rely on it for redress, arid they feel sure that %%long
'ill not go unpunished, if it be known to the jour
nals. Like light. it penetrates into every nook
and cranny of society, and carries help and healing
on its beams. It stops the tide of tyranny when
setting in full flood. It derives its vast power
from the principles of its being. Seeking out truth
anti representing reason, it cnocentrateson one
point The whole moral power of society, and per;
suades and governs without violence, by the mere
knowlec:gd that the physical power'of society is
always ready to vindicate the right. - As it comes
into operation, the course of society becomes uni•
form and equal; andends are obtained without
those convulsions and iebellions by which a rude,
nnlettered people make their will known.
The Y. Tribune (whig) of Saturday
The money market continues easy, and the
Banks are discounting all the good short paper Of
fering, at 6 per cent and long paper at 7 per cent.
On good stocks money io easily borrowed at 46
per cent on call.
MBE subscriber, administrator lir the:etltilte Of
Wm. Michael, late of Versailles tp., Allegheny
county, deceased, requests those who are-indebted
to the'estate or William Michael tornake immediate
payment, and those having claims to.)present the
same - properly authenticated forsettlemerk:
. • . -JNO. - MILLER,
octl9.w6t* 'Versailles tp.," Allegheny-
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The prevailing Cessghe.a lid ,Colat.—The speedi
,est, most popular, andconlYi• - generally admitted
p.,ositive cure foi coughs, colds, influenza, difricul
ly,!zif breathing, : hoarseness ,, soreness of the chest,
tickling in the , dime, &c:, is Clickenees Sugar
chated VegetafiletPurgative Pills. They'afford al
most immedite relief; and the most eminent of
the faculty; recommend thern exclusiiely in these
Aiseases: To enlianie„ their yalue, being coated
With sugar, they have'no taste whatever of medi
cine so that a child can take'them as easy as PeP
permint drops; and then again they produce not the
slightest sensation of gripe or nausea.
Ithey are so much superior to any other known med
itine.that a single trial, will'make any person a
patron of them tot' life; and is° assured-is the pro
prieto? ot this, and so confident in the never-failing
virtues,- that he will immediately return the money
paid for them in all meth where they do not give
the most unlimited satifaction. . , -
Sold by Wm. Jacktain ,cornor of Wood and-Lib
erty streets,, who is genelal Agent for Dr. Cliche.
ner's Pills in Pittsburgh and vicinity..
-A special communication of Lodge No. 45 - A.
Y. , .Masoni will be held this evening - in the Masonic
Temple, comet of 3d and Wood *Teets, at .7,0*
3.-A.. PARKINSON, Sec'y,
Oct. 19, A. D. 184(1, A. L. 5m,, _ _
.2dISCHASTS and MANUFACTURZU Berra,}
• . Pittsburgh, Oct. 16,1846.
AN election for thirteen Directors of this bank for
the ensuing year, will Jie,beld at the Banking
house, on Monday, the 16th of November next.
oc-19-lin W. 11. DENNY, Cashier.
CRUSHED AND PULVERISED SUGAR—New
and superior article In; Bar and Table use, in
quantities to suit purchasers.
STERETT & 'CO.,
itl'Alarket coy Front.
Dr. Dahoette'is Indies Vegetableßesters
.., attire Pins. •
Prepared by Dr. George Bennett, of New York clic
'MP. unprecedented success thathaa attended the'
j use of these pills in the practice oithe propriO;
for for the last six or eight years, has induced him
to yield to theimeortunities of many who.hive used
and been lienefiued by them, and Mike arrange
ments to place them Within-the each of the public
generally. In doing so he feela ailed upon to say
Ithat the Indian Vegetable Restore ire Pills is deci
dedly superior to any with which .h is acquainted.
They combine the properties or m of, the best
vegetablernedicines (used in no other - li) in such
a manner as to afford not only ininiedm and tem
' porary but permanent relief. . . •
The valuable tonic which enters into their CANDY
poaition, by their action upon the secretory organ'
hold in check the purgative principle, and induce a
• gentle and enteral operation, without inconvenience'
,- or pain, and while therrestore a natural and healthy
v action of the stomach, liver and beWels, they in.,
1 - 1 crease instead of diminishing the strength of the ea 7
.1 tient. The general opinion that a powerful and 'rte.
• ' lent purgative is necessary is founded in 'error; they
in' general irritate the stomach and bowels, derange
the secretions, and are productive of very serious
, consequences, anditshould be known that thegreat
mass of pilla in geneial use
. are composed of the
most powerful and irritating purgatives, end act with
'.too great a degree of violence,- producing that der
rangement in the syste m-.that is followed by e-onl
migation of the bowels, indigeolien and instivenesi.
From these facts the natural:inference- would be
that to maintain , uniform 'health it is necessary to
, correct unhealthy secretions, expel morbid 'humors
I and purity the system, by the use of a medicine that
I will act; efficiently yet mildly, assist instead o(de-
I ranging the organs of the eystern; and thus. bring na
ture in its proper and healthy channel, tosecompliili
which no medicine is superior to the Indian Vegeta
ble Restorative Pills; their operation is, in ordinary
doses, to promote a natural and easy evacuation, and .
'at the same time by their - tonic property impart vigor '
and health to the aystem, but when a powerful and
speedy operation is , neceasary,it will be Accomplish
ed by increasing the dein, which may be done with
perfect safety, as they are entirely Vegetable. • - 1 ,
• They have been used as a family medicine TO
y earaby many of the first , respectabilitY, and altho?
they are net recommended: to_" beat , all the ills
•thattlesh is heir to; yet it, has been found very rare
•tliarithas been fhtindbecessary-fur those using them
to employ any other mediaine, and .their occasional
use will almost invariably prove an effectual preven
tive to disease. , They are exactly adapted - Mille use
of families, travelers and seamen; they cleanse the
blood,cauaing - a free circulation--opon the obstruc
tions and promotethe secretions of healthy bile, and
consequently are an eicellent medicine for nausea,
indigestion, nervous disorders, dejection, liver com
plaint, pains in the head, side and liroast,Zustive-
I ness, loss ofappetite, urinary obstructions, ague and
fever, bilious and intermittent feverolysentery, rheu
matism, scorfula, and' re eminently useful in all. re •
male complaints--and in one word, all diseaseaaria
t ing. Dom unhealthy secretionaand i mpurity of the
blood. Numerous leatimoiliall of their etficiej in
particular cases might be added, but the proprietor
I prefers presentingh few certificates of their general
ICharacter, from persons of unquestionable outdo
Yawl voracity, who would not in any degree lend their
lintluence to promote anything that is not of decided
utility,and rely upon their intrinsic merits to gain
them a reputation, feeling a' perfect. confidence that
none will abandon their use ;lin give them a fair
Ileads'of fa miliesii should always keep a quantity
of Dr. Osborne's Indian 'Vegetable Restorative Pills
in the house; they never, fail. For those who 'are
subject to fits, headacheogiddiness, dimness of sight
or drowsiness arising from toe : great:lolow of blood
to-the bead, should take these pills in preference to
anything else, as they ate . a sure remedy. '---,
'females who value good health should rieVer be
without Dr. Osborne's Indian Vegetable. Restorati've-
Pillsots they purify the blood, remove obstructions,
and give the skin a beautithl, clear, healthy and be-
coming-Appearance. It has been admitted by a miff -
ber of physiciansthat females cannot too - highly value
these pills. • •
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The following certificates are from the Revs Thos.
Newman and the Rev. David Webster, ministers in
the Methodist E. Church,New Yor , fi. Conference.
• NEW PALTE, Sept. sth, t 45.
Dr- Osborn—Dear Sir: I have used year Indian
Vegetable Restorative Pills myselfiand made use of
them in my family, and most cheerfully recommend
them als a very valuable family medicine.
Respectfully, THOMAS NEWMAN.
MAiscsows, August 3d, '35
D. T. Osborn—Doar Sir: I have for some time past
made use of,your Indian Vegetable Restorative Pills,
both myself and in my family, and do - I:lost cordially
reCoinmend . them as a, superior family medicine.
Their action is exceedingly mild and efficacious, and
so far as my experience goes, they are all. that you
recommend them to be.
Respectfully, DAVID WEBSTER.
Letter from the Bev. George Bowes
ELK liollB, WahrOrth county, Wis.
Dr. Osborn.—lt is with pleasure 1 lames you of
the great benefit which I have derived from your
pills. 1 have been in a decline for some time, which
has greatly alarmed me, more especially as my com
plaint was a consumptive one, and I have,also been
very billions, and have labored severely with pains
in my head, and my eyes have been go aff&cted as to
turn of a cloudy, sallow, and other disagreeable com
plexions. My wife had suffered also from 'great
weakness and severe painsk and as your pills have
s() wonderfully relieved us, we have sounded the
name of them all over our neighborhood ; and wher:
ever my e - stinordinary cure is known, as the most
valuable:Preparation for purifying the blood and reg
ulating the system. 1 should not have known the
worth of your pills had it not been for the 'Rev. W.
F. Dewit, of Cuddebackville, Sullivan county, N. Y.,
who with great kindness sent me s-box to try them,.
aid-to that box of OW owe my health; as the_
agent here is out of your pills, 1 wishyou would send
me a package of boxes as soon as possible.
Respectfully, -GEORGE BOWES.
Dratcrtors.--Dr. Osborne's Indian Vegetable Re
storative Pills should be taken every night for a
week, less or inure, asthe obstinacy of the disease,
or circumstances are. The initial dose is.from 2 to-5,•
according to the constitution of the person, butthoy
should be taken in sufficient quantities' td operate
two or 'three times on the -bowels. Very delicate
persons should' begin with but two, and increase as
the nature of the caseinay require. ThOse more ro
bust or of very costive; habit, may begin with three
and,increase to six . , or liven mere Wit shall be : foiled
necessary; and they will effect a -sufficiently happy
change to guide the patient. in - their future use.'
'Each box contains from•3s to - •40 - pillaz—Price 25 cts.
Sold, wholesale and retail, at W. JACKSON'S Patent
Medicine .Warehouse 4 No.- 82, Liberty si., head:of
Wood, the ettlyplacein Rittrilottrgh where the gene
' ine Di. Osbern's IndianNegeteble Restoratire
can be obtained. ect197(.1&.w6m
bitarAorn • ' C S. Poi:TER
First Tieri 56pents. SeronirTier, 37} cent?.
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PRIVATE 130,4.75.CML . -
Benefit'end last appeatnnee or
MR. J. S. SILSBEE.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 19, 1946,
Will be presented a drama' in tbresinets - entitled
Josh Doolittle.. . . . . .... gFcsnrx
FOUR . YANKEE 'STORIES' SILSBEE
After which one•itct of the
CRADLE OF LIBERTY
After which a fain° in two acts entitled
271 E. 'Famorp:
THE LADY OF THE LIONS
Tuesday •Evening-,-Mw. Itoort , s Benefit
Doom to open at 7, performance to commence a
MRS, ROWE'S -BENEFIT,
....For/m.1,14ND SINE. , .•
T AST APPEARANCE OF MRS: ROW E, prior to
.1./ her departure for New Orleans. 44.10; Rowe, on
this occasion, solicits the patronage:Of her friends,
and the liberal Toublic Of the Iron City':
~TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. 20th, Sheridan's beau-.
tiful comedy of the SCHOOL FOR : SCANDAL will ,
be*rformed,withii strong and powerful cast...
J. S. SILSBEE will.appear, on this occasion, in, the.
celebrated Operatic Durletta of the LADY OF THE
LIONS!..AIso, in his Dramatic Sketch in one - act
.entitled the LIBERTY TREE!
Rol book now open
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10 Osborne, Taub; LI urit,'Neviman , Ramie &Co.,
Taylor, Fladgate St Co., Pure Juice, Pure IMO, Su
perior, Finity, Extra Fine and Burgundy, of various
vintages, just received through importers frourplaces
of growth, which we offer upon accommodating
terms, Wholesale or retail. STERETT ik Co.,
octl9 . Market it.mgor. Front.
QR. Casks of Bruce, Star,Tinta,Plandy, Rose,
UP Blackburn. N. G. & I. B. S., Oliveira & Co.,
Malmsey, Sicily, Cadary and Cogwell , a, together.with
a general assortment of Liabons, Malaga/ and Tone
rilres all of which we'oker to the trade b,y the origi
nal P ackagel or otherwise at favorable prices. , - --
STERETT & Co.,
octl9:Market am Front.
GQR. Casks at Pale, Brown, San LIICIV, Lakin and
Duff (linden Sherries. . •
Also, `2O cases of Xeres, Cortex and Gold. Those
Wises is casks aid bottles are the fmest grade.; im
ported. fiTERETT ik Co., -
octl9 . Market at., ccr. front.
GIIAMPAIGNE—Of all the popular brandeOf the
day, can be - constantly supplied by
octl9 16 Market st. or Front.
SARPIN ES--.1 few wes—R.do: each, large size
Tins, good brawl, this fall's importation; just
received and for sale Jy STERETT ¢ CO., -
ocll9 Market street, cor Front.
trOLLAND HERRING—A few ßeis (s superior
LA. articles) iu store and, for sale by -
SEERETT & C(),
tor Front and Market Its.
,GROCF,RIES--Wholeanle and Metall.
F A choice selection and full stock, waited to the
season, for sale by J. D. WILLIAMS &
octll 110 Wood atieet.
IILOUS—.I.I, Bids. titra Family, for sale by
J. D. WILLIAMS& Co.,
No. 110 Wood st.
iri s ESB---GO Boxes Psime W. IL, in store a nd for
%,_) sale by J. D. WILLIAMS St. Co.
oetl9 110 Wood at.
1011 Tierces, fresh, in stpre and for sale hy
octl9 .1. D. WILLIAMS &Co.,
-BEANS -5 Nils. on consignment and for sale by
oct 19 J. D. WILLIAMS & Co.
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NI4coNtELHN-o-li: e Bbl s s. Bbls and Kegs,
%'II. I I.IAMS . ei Co
R A s i ll 1 1) .--- ; 3 liexes .l l . l & K ‘ill 'a LlA n r4 e l w S if r & c r t for
octl9 No. 110 Wood stre et?
int LASS—IO 'Boxes 8-10, 10-12, mutt-1.1.11 for sale
(octl9 by J. D. WILLIAMS & Co.
L EAD f SII(YT 7 .-500 lbs Pig and Bar Lead)
25 Bags Shot; for sale by .
*IF D. WILULMS 4. CO., NO.IIO Roo d st.
octl9 (American copy.) '
141ourtty to Purehaters.
rozestaguAatet CAM Own. , NM. II
— Lab Daa forliaViltitSUGAß. COATED PILLS. upon tt
•••• •• 41, 4) A l leara.." *fiery r
or ioina . , corw .
It. ilwet's 0 of Me InetripPreart I . W N.illoers Pim 44 New Tortr..
CLICR SUGAR . CDATED VEGItTABLE
PILLS re the first and only Medicine star
known that still positiri!Ty cure • c
Headache, Giddiness, Measles, Side Rheum,
7 Rheumatism, Piles, Heartburn, Wolin s,
•Dispepsia, Scurvy, Cholera Morhus,
Small Pox, Jaundice, Coughs, Quinsy, ;
Pains in the Back,. Whooping Cough,
Inward Weakness, Consumption, yit 4 ,
Pidpitation of the Heart, 'Liver Complaint,
Rising in the Throat, .Erysipelas, Deafness,
Dropsy, Asthma; Itchings of the Skin, L .
Fevers of all kinds, Colds, Gout, Gravel,
Female Complaints, NerVous Complaints,
And all other diseases originating from impurities o
tha - blood.
-They have cured. since their introduction,
over 2,000 persons, whisks ... 7 been given up as hope
less cases, by the most eminent Physicians.
irr They are patronized-awni,teeommerided by
men of the highest distinction, among„ . _ . whom are—
Hon. David R. Porter, lion. Henry - Clay,
Hon. John Q. Adams, }lois: Daniel Welittur,
Hon. Martin Van Buren, Hop. J. C. Calhoun,
Gen. Winfield Scott, Col. RCM. Johnson
ion. James K. Polk, Gen. Lewis Cass.
1:0- Their virtues are soinfallible that the money
will be returned in all cases they do not give univer
sal satisfaction. Although but two and a' half years
.have elapsed since these ,celebrated •Pills were first
introduced to the' public, the sale of them in the
Eastern and middle States has far exceeded Dr.
Clickeuer's moat sanguine expectations.. During the
cat yearialorae, no less than 10,000 groes of boxes
ave been sold in the State of New York, 6jooo in
Pennsylvania,4,ooo in Maryland, 3,000 in New Jer
sey, 2,000 in Delaware; and 9,000 in the New England
States; requiring the' constant , . employment of 27
hands, exclusive 01... printers and engravers. 'ln the
same period; upwards 0f200,000 copies of the
"Family Doctor" have hien, ordered by agents in
every .section of the ecuntry. These . . facts must _
show, conclusively; that Dr. Clickenerts Sugar Coat
ed Pills, besides being the very best medicine in the
world, are held in the higheit estimation' bythe public.
We might extend this publication to an indefin
ite length, if we deemed it expedient to publish all
tersimonials we have received, not only from agents
but individuals and families who have experienced
the bookie] effects of Clickener's Sugar Coated
Pills, but we deem it unnecessary. The most in
contestibla evidence of their unprecedented success,
are the numberless Imitations and Counterfeite which
have already appeared, notwithstanding the brief pe
riod they have been before the public. Even some
of our staunchest pill makers have had the audacity
to imitate tho Capsule of Sugar, in, order - to disguise
the ingredients of their vile, compounds, and palm'
them 'off for the "real simOn pure." Such paltry
shifts cannot last long. without exposing their hideous
deformity. Truth and honesty must inevitably pre
vail over rascality and deception:
For sale in Pittsburgh by. WM. JACKSON,' at his
Patent Medicine.Warettotise,No. 89, Liberty street,
head of Weed - at., Pittsburgh. Price, 25c. per box.
Dr. Clickener's principal office is 81 Barclay street ,
107 Beware of an imitation article. called Im
proved Sugar Coated Pills,purporting.to be patented,
as botif the pills and the-pretended 'Went are for
geries, got up by a miserable quack in-New York,
who,-for the last four or-five yetini, has made- his
liVing by ,counterfeiting po - pular niediciCes. •
jr Remember, Dr. C. , V:Clickener fitheOViginal
inventor of Sugar Coated - Pills, and that nothing-of
the sort was ever heard of until he introduced them
in June,.18,13. ' Purchasers should, therefore always
ask for Clickeners Sugar Coated Vegetable Pills, and
take no other, or they will be made the victims of a
fraud. . :'• • •• 0ct.,19411y
1750 itir'lls.ntli t 7 i nd Mis . sourVird . and
ctl2:lind&r.w. . 183 Libertrist.',
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Sopihrhir — iltallattigo- Lots for Sale to the
EIGHT Lots, fronting on Penn , street, oppoeite
the mansion of Dr. Shoenberger,_the coiner on
Atiainerstrket,,22l. feet by 100, the.' othera, 20 feet
each by 100, all eotending to Spring*ley.
Tire l o otS fronting an Libertystreet;at and adjoin-,
ir,ig Fry acto street, each 20 feet by 160 deep to Quin
cy street, opposite the new Catholic Church, on these
are erected` eyen frame baildings.'
Titleindispuiablemnd a liberal eotanoion of, flap.
meat'to suit purchasers. They will be sold to close
the concern. Apply to Michael Allen, or Loci.'
Flutchison, at their warehouses, or to James S.
Craft, P.sq., at his office, SO-Fourth street....
DA variety of Cotton Machinery; vir—Cards;
Mules, BM., still on hand for sale on very reasonable
terms,and time, on large sales. octl9-d3m
14mb - ink , ' biatrimita,
A ND MORE NEW ROOKS—At COOK , S,No.
Life, Wavelet and Adventnies in California, and
Scenes in the Pacific Ocean: by Thos. J. Farnham.
William Tell;:or the Heroi of Sivimerlanii: an laik
tarical romance *lib engravings.
Ellen Munroe—Second :Part--,Sequel ;o Life in
The BlaCk Plumed Rifleman; a Tale of the' IteVO
lotion; by N. M. Curtis.
The 'Sin of Monsieur Antoine: 11-Madame George
Sand, with illustrations:
The F.arly Jesuit Missions in North America: trans
lated by Rev. Wm. J. Kiss—Wiley & Putiaam's Lib-
Living... Age, , , •-• ; .
Tom Cringle'a Log—New edition.
Lives of Celebiated Statesmen:: by• Joh - Q. Adiins
Punch's Oracle of Destiny; or', New Fortune. Tel;.
Punch's Bohemian Gipiey Girl; or peep into yu :
Fair Isabella: or the Finatio of the Ceiennes:
Lone Watch: by Henryv Cockton. , •
Sylvester Sound, the Somnambulist: by the author
or Valentine Box. r. ,
Matilda: by Eugene, Sue—New edition.
Handy Andy, Charles O'Malley, Hector O'Hal
James' Noveld—Full supply. ,
Brownson's Review for (*tuber. '
Blank - Books; Letter and CapFaper, Inks and
Inkstands, Sand and Sand Boxespluills; Steel Pens,
&c. in short, everything in;the, Stationery line.
eall at COOK'S, P. 7? Fourth atrite.t. • octl7
og M just received by . Can i...w al li.. fo u r,- A tail i h a y ni
between Irwin an d d,
A n i BbXEB,IO-12 Window Glass; Lorentz & Ham
4 3011.111totee brand. L. WILAIARTH,
• octl7 • Penn st., between Irwin - and Hand.
• . Books. I• - •'•
Life of. Swedenborg; I
Boswell's Life of Johnson;
iffiri's Life of Patrick Henry;
Goldsmith'S Works; ,
Monis' .Wjnits; . . .
Burns'. •' do;
' ByrotPs .'do;
Milton's Prose Writings; , _ •
'" Poetical Works;
,• Female Biography; ' •
For sale by ' ' S. BOSiNOR'I'N'Ir CO.
• octl7 No: 43 Ma . et'stredt.
rII.OUII-23 Barrels, fresh grouod-,ju t•rideehred
and for sale by • &5. ITH,
oetl7 ..• 56 street.
pTTEI4.-10 kegs Butter ; .a imp good article.
II loot received aed sale6i* ~.„. .
56 Wood street.
TO COU TRY MERCHANTS.
Jomi H. MELLOR, No. 81, Wood street, be
tween Diamond Alley and 4th street, respectful
ly invites the attention of Country . Merchants and .
others, to his extensive stock of
. - .
School Books, Writing mitfletter Papersißolinet
Boards, Wrapping Papers, Blank Books, German Mid
American Slates, Family , and Pocket Bibles, SaiFed
Music Books, Almanacs, F.nglishlnd German, and
German English; all of which will bo 'sold 'at the
lowest Cask prices, foi Clash or Rags
litr Cush paid for Rags.
' Dry Goods Store at Auction.
MITE subscriber intending to close up his Stock
. .of Dry Goods/will, to-morrow, Saturday, Oct.
• 17th, at 9 o'clock in .the forenoon have his. first
'Auction , Fale oUchoice Foreign and Demestie Dry
Goods, at hisAtore,Ne• 8b Market street, between
4th and_the - Ditimond, / and continue fiein day to day,
(Sunday ' ' excepted,) until all arc disposed of. The
stock is 'Made up of Seasonable Goods for Ladies,
such as plain arid fancy Silks, 'Cashmere, de Laines,
Alpacas, Iderinoes, Bombaziries;' Balzarines, Ber
rages, Calicoes, Chintzes, Ginghams, Silk Thibett
Terkeri, Mous Dolaine and Woolen Shawls,
and Cravatts, Gloves and Hosiery, Silk Velvet fancy
,1141kfs., ( Supelfine Irish Linen, Sowing Silks, Thread
Laces, Muslin-Edgings, Bobinett; a large.variety of
Ribbons, Latest Styles, Bonnets, Patent thread,
Sac. Gentlemen's Goode, viz: Superfine Blue,Black
and Invisible Green Broad Cloths, Englis and
French Cassimeres, Cassinetts, - Tweed, Oregon,
Jeans, Buffalo Cordeganey Vesting, in short, every
thing that is generally' found in a. Retail Store.
.1; • GANNON.
P. M'KENNA, • .
Terms at Sale.
• •Valuable Building Lola in Allegheny
• Citr,. • •
OE subscribers viiill t offer. for sale at public
tion on the ground, 24 very eligible Building
Lots, 24 feet, by 136, being part of the Lot known
as the Pittsburgh City Poorhouse . Lot; adjoining the i
Lots Of Stephen Caldwell, Esq., and Wm. Robinson,
Jr. Esq., west of the Penitentiary in Allegheny City.
Sale-to commence at 2 o'clock, P. M., of Saturday
the 24th inst. One-fourth of the purchase money in
hand, or when the:Detalsare executed.. The remain
der, in one, two, and
three years , .with interest:
Ronde and mortgages wilt be required.
A plan of said Lots can be seen tither at the Re
corder's Office, New Court House, or at the Office of
, the Overseers ofthc Peer, 6th street, between Wood
• and Smithfield stfeets.
ASHBRIDGE, 2 Overseers if
WM. CHAPMAN, I the Poor.
JOHN M'CRACKEN, Chairman,
of Commiltie on City Farm.
AVOTION SALES. -
JoikNE. Darts, Auctioneer;
sOlfret - -an CODDDR. OF WOOD MID nreu trzatSX4
A 1 - tro's.tiock-on Monday morning the 19th inst.,
will, be told en extensive assortment of fresh
and seasonable Dir - y-Cieofis, fine table and pocket
cutlery, boots shoes, hati-exps, umbrellas, oil cloth
table covers, hosiery, gloyes;lke....
Ar 2 o'ciock, P. M., one crate . assorted China
and Queenswnre; 14 dozen Coal, Devonshire and
socket shovels. 20 doz.bed cords; S day and-30hour
mantel clocks, looking grasses, carpeting, hair - and
husk mattresses, feather beds,:ledding, large size
blankets glassware, carpenter tools, tool
chests. bbls. N. o:Molasses, Young llyson Tea,
Virginia manufactured tobacco, coal stoves and hol
low ware casti&s; a general assortment of house
hold and kitcherMrniture, &c.. .
Ar . 6l•o'coct, P. M., au excellent collection of
choice and valuable new Books in all the various de
partmenteofliterature and science, may be examin
ed previous to the sale..
trPrivate sales during the day at.low prices. "
Large andPosifivelltale Of Dry floods, etc.
. . •
at Auction, by order or Assignee. .
ON Thursday the.22d inst. % at 10 o'clock, A.M.,.
at the Commercial Auction Rooms, corner of
Wood and Filth streets, will be sold without reserve,
by order of Assignee, a large and splendid assort-
inent of fancy and staple Dry Goods, among which.
ere the following, viz:
12 pieces French and Engliskßroad Cloths, ass 4 d
_Grey Oregon Cloth;
Pilot, dO; . .
Cassimeres assorted colors;
Waived; Bar,d and plain Sattinetts,
assorted colors; -
Giraffe Velvet Cloth;
Twilled and plain Red and White Flan
3 c" 'Ashland Tweeds,
4 \ 4 . Alpacca, assorted;
6 " Fancy Vesting;
263 Fancy and Woolen Shawls; • -
6 doz Anglo Merino Driwers and Shirts;
15 4 . Childrens Woolen H00d5; . ... • _
54 " Woolen Comforts; ,•
32 prs Whitney, Rose and Elackinaw ainnkets;
17 doz Woolen Hose and
16 -" Silk and Gum Suspenders;:' -
Together with. patent and shoe thread,"sewing
cotton, Buck Gloves and Mitts, Silk Hdkfii., Gallons,
Buttons;Razors,Seissors,Spoons, Hats, Caps, Whips
Brogans, Starfii, Stocks, fine Shirts, Shirt Collars,
Combs, Ics..lrc ; ,-.Terms Cash, par money.
The -o”dirhatt lbw eziunined the day previous to
4 :,` "
2 I ct
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FOR. SALE .
intrAS PAST-received train N6w York, a large ed..
Ul dition to bib zitock of goods; such as double
barrel Gins; Revolvers with six barrels; single barrel
Pistols; table and pocket Cutlery; Razors, Scissors,
Spoons, Sm.; Gold and Silve; Pencils; Diamond
Pointed Gold Pens; Gold Bracelets; Breast Pins,—
Rings; Shirt Studs and Crosses; Bead Bags; Silk and
Velvet Parses; Steel Beads; Accordeons 8, 10 and
12 plain semitone inlaid; Musical Boxes; Toys and-
Fancy Goodwof . every description. •
No. 61, Market at:, Simpson's Row, between Third
and Fourth eta. octB
A RiSaIirE.AND PERMANENT CURE. FOR
'• • • ILHEII)I4TISDI • • • •
'AND ALL. NERVOUS COMPLAINTS.
"Intitliciugb the causts-Inay not be explained,
Since their sects are , dilly ascertained,
Let not delusion, prejudice, or pride,
Induce "mankind to set the means aside;
Means which, the' simple, arc by Heeiien desigted
To alleviate the ills ofhuaqm
DR. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC RINGS. AND MAG
NETIC FLUID. . .
THIS remarkable invention, which has received
the universal approbation of the medical profes-,
'ion of Gieat Britain, comprises an entirely new ap
plication of Galvanism, as a remedial agent, by means
of which the -ordinary Galvanic Batteries, Electric,_
and Magnetic Machines, tr.c., are entirely dispensed
with, and the mysterious power of Galvanism applied
without any of the objections which are inseparable
from the general mode now in use. The strong . dos
es, and irregular intervals, in which Galvanism as ap
plied-bi the Machin es , has been pronounced, after a
faikand irliciffial trial, to be decidedly injurious, and
it was to remedy this radical defect that this new ap-
plicittion was projected, which, after unceasing toil,
and perseverance, has been brought to its preient
state of perfection.. The Galvanic Rings answer all
the purposes of the most expensive Machines; and
in many other respects are more safe and certainin
accomplishing the desired effect. 1- '
The Galvanic Rings used in connection with the
Magnetic Fluid; are confidently recommended in all
disorders which arise from an enjeelded and unnea/dry
state of the nervous or vital system, and these com
plaints are among the' most painful and .universal to
which we are subject. They arise, without eiception,
from one simple cause—a derangement 'of the Hers-
ore System—and it was in-these cases that other
'remedies' having so often failed, a new agent was'.
greatly needed, which it is confidently believed, has
been-Jot:4 in theproper and judicious application
The Galvanic Rings have been.,nsed with entire:
success in all cases of RArosenrx, acute or chronic,
.applying to the head, faCe or limbs; Gout, Tic-Dolo
relit-, Toothache, Bronchitis, Vertigo, Nerroui Sick
Headache, Indigestion, Paralysis, Palsy, Epilepsy,
Fits, Cramp, Palpitations of the Heart, Apoplexy,'
Sti f fness of Joints, . Spinal Complaints, Lumbago,
Neuralgia, Nervous Tremors, Dizziness of the Head,
pain in the Chest and Side, General Debility, Deficien
cy of Nervous and Physical Energy,: and all N ERN
OUS DISORDERS. In cases,orconfirnied Dyspepsia,
which is simply a nervous derangement of the diges- .
five organs, they have been found equally successful- ,'•
Their extraordinary effects upon the system mail be •
witnessed to be believed, and as a certain preventive,:
for the preceding complaints they.are equally rennin
mended. The Rings are of different prices, being
made ofall sizes, and of varieur ornamental patterns,
aid can be worn by the most delicate female without
the slightest inconvenience. In fact, the sensation
is rathefagrecable than othefyise.
Tho - Galvanic Belts, Bracelets, Bands, .
Garters, - Necklaces, dr..e.
-In some cases of,a'very, severe character, and of
long standing, power as applied by 'the Galvanic
Rings is not sufficient - to arrest the progrees of'diseise
and ultimately restore. health. The improved modi
fication in the Galvanic Belts, Bracelets; &c., entire-
ly remedies this objection; any degree of power that
is required can readily be obtained, and no , cemplaint
which:the mysterious agent of'Galvanism can effect
will fail to be permanently relieved. These articles
are adapted to the waists, arms, wrists,limbs,
or oak part of the body, with perfect convenience.':
The Galvanic Necklaces are used'with greater bene 2 ' '
fit in cues of Bronchitis or affections of the throat
generally; .also in cases of Nervous Deafnesi; and
with almost uniform success asa preventive for
piety, Epileptic Fits, and'aimilar' complaints.
• Christie's august to Pinta;
is used in Connection with the Galvanic Rings and'
all their modifications. This composition has been
prynounced by the 'French Chemists to ne one of the
morifeitraordinary discoveries ofmodern science. It.
is believed to possess the remarkable power of ren
dering the nerves sensitive to galvanic action by this,
means causing a concentration of the influence, at tho,
seat of dianase, thus giving rapid and permanent re.'
lief.NO other composition in chemistry is known to
produce the same effect, or to impart a similar pro
perty to the nervous system, by means of au outward
local application. The Magnetic Fluid contains noth
iog'capable of the slightest injury; its appliestiorkii.
agreeable, and it is. as harmless in its action as it-is
beneficiiiilln its results. Full explanations aqii,direc--
tions acCompanglt. The combined invenWrip are in
every way perfectly harmless; they are sold # pricee
within the reach of all and the discoverer only re,
quests a fair trial as'&'Aest of their surprising efficacy
and permanent benefit.
Christiete 6Filvante Strengthening Plat-
' These articles form another valuable application
of the mysterious influence of Galvanism. They axe
an important adjunct to the genuine Galvanic Rings
and their modifications, acting upon the-same princi- •
ple, but having the advantage of more localapplica
tion. They are confidently recommended as a valu
able addition in the speedy cure ofßheumatism,acute
or chronic; in all nervous complaints, and as a posi
tive remedy in cases Of Pairi .and Weakness in the
Cheat or Back, Pain in die Side, in Armatie .Affeetiona,
and in Weakness or Oppression of thePutmonary Or
gans. In Spinal-Cociplaints their-effects are of the
most decided character, and they have 'often been
used with complete "success, They are: also of the
greatest advantage' in Pains and Weakness of the
Breast,and are highly recommended for many of thuxe
complaints to which females are especially liable. Xs
an effectual means for strengthening the system when
debilitated with disease or other causes; as a certain
aid in Co'nstitutional Weakness, as a . Preventive of
Colds and in all affections of the Chest, generajly,
the. G alvanic Strengthening Plaster will be.found of
great and permanent advantage. In ;View words;'it
embraces all the virtues of the best tonic preparation,
with the important addition of the galvanic infieence
which is neither impaired nor exhausted, while. the
action continues. These articles will be found eatire- -
ly free from those objections which are a constant
source of complaint with the ordinary plaster* in .
common use. .
ill The great celebrity and success of these arti
cles have caused them to be' ounterfeited by
peisons. To.provide against imposition, Dr.
Cirtacrin has bat one authorized agent in each - city of
the Union. The only agent in Pittsburgh,
-- W. W. WILSON.
'''. O....RMATES AND TESTIMONIALS,
Of the high and most respectable character, are -
Constantly received, regarding the extraordinary
value and success oftheabove articles. It is belie,.
ed . that in the city of Ne,,--IroLk alone, upwards of
EIGHT THOUSAND PERSONS, during a periodof•
less than a year, have been entirely.rclieved of the '.
most painful chronic disorders, some Of-which have'
completely baffled all former efforts of medical_art,
indeed ninny of the first physicians of this city, who.
disapprove of the Galvanic and Magnetic Machine,.
constantly recommend this application in their prac
tice, and with the exception of those who axe too::
prejudiced to give it a trial, the invention has re-_
carved unanimous favor with the moat intelligent •
among the American Faculty. Dr. ,Christie is at all
times ready and most happy,to give ever'y , facility to.
physicians, and.4ll interested, for testing the troth of:
his assertions and the efficacy of his discovery.
Only agency iii Pittsburgh,. corner,: of 4th att,
Market street. •
Splendid Tericerl Ind Broehe Shawls.
A I.:EXANDER: & DAY have"received splendid .
Terkeri and Drocho French shawls, at greatly.
reduced prices, the lathes are invited to Call and ex
amine them. •
Atso.—A few pieces superior French cloths, just
received from.the Philadelphia Auctions; at greatly
reduced prices. • ALK.X.ANDER. & DAY, • .
octB 75 Market st. N. W. cor. of the Diamond.
EUROPEAN. AGENCY. •
. „ .
Pittsburgh continuo to transact all business connect
ed with his prolession,,through his Agent; JAMES
MAY, Merchant. Remittances of money made to all
parts of England;lrel and, Scotl and and the continent
of Europe. Collections oflegaeies, debts; inheritable
property and claims; searches made, copies-of wills,
deeds and documents procured, &c. . . • • •
(Kr A - 01y to - or addresioost paid)JAMES MAY . ,
Marr.haut, Witeistreet,Pittaburgh; . .
. . :James Blakely, Alderman.. •
CIaTICE on. Penn et,, op posite Leitch & . -
lelnkat ofßee..„,zoßee hours from :7 o's.)ouk
to:8 fitukfels P.,. hi. • •
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