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1) I rrSBURGH POST-
Gen..ll;eheon—Ens Valor When a Boy.
The following incident of the boyhood of
General Jackson, is copied from Parton's life
of Jackson. It occurred during -the partisan
war in the Washaws :
In that fierce Scotch-Indian warfare, the ah
:Bence of a father from home was often a better
protection-to his family Chan his presence; bee
cause his presence invited attack. The main
object of both parties was to kill the fighting
men, and to avenge the slaying of partisans.
The house of the quiet hero, Hicks, for exam•
ple„ was safe until it was noised about among
the.tories that Hicks was at home. And thus
itcame to pass that when a Whig soldier of
any note desired to spend a night with his
family, his neighbors were accustomed to turn
out and serve as a guard to his house while he
slept.. Behold Robert and Andrew Jackson
with six others, thus employed one night in
the spring o f 1781, at the domicile of a neigh
bor, C'aptain Sands. The guard on this occa
lion was more a friendly tribute to an active par
tisan than a service considered necessary to
his safety. In short, the night was not far ad
vanced before the party was snugly housed and
stretched upon the floor, all sound asleep, ex
cept one, a British deserter, who was restless,
and dozed at intervals:
Danger was near. A band of tories, bent
on taking the life of Capt. Sands, approached
the house in two divisions; one party moving
fowards the front door, the other towards the
back. The wakeful soldier, hearing a suspi
cious noise, rose, went out of doors to learn its
cause, and saw the foe stealthily nearing the
house. Henan in terror, and seized Andrew
Jackson, wrio lay next the door, by the hair,
"The tories are upon us 1"
Andrew sprang up and ran out. Seeing a
body of men in the distance, he placed the
end of his gun in the low fork of a tree near
tba .door and hailed them. No reply. He
hailed them a second time. No reply. They
:quickened their pace, and had come within a
few rods of the door. By this time, too, the
guard in the house had been roused, and were
gathered Ma group behind the boy. Andrew
discharged his musket, upon which the tories
tireda volley which killed the hapless deserter
who had given the alarm.
The other party of tories, who were ap
proaching the house from the other side, hear
ing the discharge, and the rush of bullets above
their heads, supposed that the firing issued
from a party that had issued from the house.
They now fired a volley, which sent a shower
of balls whistling above the heads of their
friends on the other side. Both parties hesi
tated, and then halted. Andrew having thus,
by his single discharge, puzzled and stopped
the enemy, retired to the house, where he and
his comrades kept up a brisk fire from the
windows. One of the guard fell - mortally
wooded by his side, and another received
wound less severe. In the midst of this singu
lar contest, abugle was heard at some distance
oft sounding the cavalry charge; whereupon
the tories, thinking they had come upon an
ambush of whips, and were about to be assailed
by horse and foot, fled to whore they had left
their horses, mounted, dashed poll- mell into
the woods, and were seen no more. It ap
peared afterwards that the bugle charge was
sounded by a neighbor, who, judging from the
noise of musketry that Capt. sands was at
tacked, and having not a single man with him
in his house, gave the blast upon the trumpet,
thinking that even a trick so stale, aided by the
darkness of the night, might have some effect
in alarming the assailants.
Soix Liens, AND MANAGEL
Doors open at 6% o'clock: commenre at 'Pi.
Second and last appearance of the celebrated Come
dian, Ma. FRANK DREW.
THIS EVENING, Dec.l7th, will be performed,
THE LIFE OF AN ACTOR
eximaldi, an old French Actor
DANCE MISS BLANCHE. BRADSHAW
To be followed with the laughable
BURLESQE ON CAMILLE.
To conclude stilt
ROBERT M ACAIR E.
Pascua or Anassiox—Private Boxes, 65,00, Single seats
in Private Box. LOY. Parquede and Dress Circle, chsar ,
60 cents; Family Li tele 25 cents; Colored Gallery 25 eta.,
Colored. Boxes, 60 cents Gallery, 25 cents- .
LECTURE.—REV. J. TRACY will deliver a Lee
bur., on SUNDAY, the 18th of December, at 7,1.4
o'clock, at ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH, Seventh Ward - ,
for the &meth of the Library of St. 13ndgot's asaocuttlon.
BLILIECT:—EdIICatIOLI-111nUellee of Books.
Ticitae 25 cents—to be had at George Quigley'e Rook
Store; from the members, and at the dour. delllw
NEW CLASSES, NEW CLASSES,
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY
Al NEVILLE: HALL
C. - ntr of Fee , th and Li4er - fq Prat% Pittge.ooh
PROF. COWPER, would respectfully in
form the citizens of Pitt , hurgh and klieg hen v, that
he is now forming Nee Clasie, at the above fish, and
will continue to teach the oecompledinient in all it ,
various branches, together with imtruetnAs m the
atiquatte of the ball room and social circle, graceful De
portment of Person, As. All the latest and most lash
tenable Ball_Room and Parlor Dances, m taught by lam
in the Eastern eitie9, such as; Leo Caledonians. Graillan
Poligh Mazourka Quadrilles. los, Lander Quadrille.
.Polka. Quadrilles, Sehottisti Quadrilles, London Lancer
Quadrille ,s Russian Masourks Quadrilles, Plain or Ger.
11/931 Waltz, E9Meralda Waltz, VaL,alV:alla Walt; Sehet
or.German Polka, Cinque or Five Step Waltz, Oen
benne, Milliekin, Espanola and Bohemian Polkas, Re
down, Polka Mazourica, Gallopade, Spanish Dance. Ever
green Polka, Cicilllenne Circle, kc. kr., will 1. taught at
moderate terms. Days of Tuition will be as follows:
, LADIES', CLASS—Thursdays and Saturdays, from 4
to 8, P. M.
MASTERS AND MlSSES'—Thursdays and Saturdays
from 3 to A, P. M.
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS—Thursdays and Saturdays,
from 8 to 10, P.M,
PRIVATE CLASSES FOR LADIES who desire it.
Prof Cowper will alto give instructions to Private
Classes, or instructions given at the residence of pupils,
N. B.—Prof. C. can he seen at the above Hall, on days
of tuition, from Y to 6, and 7 to 10, P. M, or at the swrr
HOUSE, daily. delo
A. KREBS & BRO.
Corner Wood and Fourth eta,
CHADWICK & SON,
' DEALERS IN PAPER . AND RAM
. And Agents for the sale of
• Hallooing Fire Brick and Pot Clay,
Nos. 140 and 1.51 Wood St., near Sixth, Pataburgh.
*irWrapping Paper at Manufacturers' Prices. Cash
paid for raga. trklypis
AI A_TES' FANCY FtTIBS
ALTERED AND REPAIRED,
In the most durable manner, and in the latest lityleis, a
the CENTRE HAT STORE, 75 Wood street.
HILLERMAN A COLLARD
THE BEST REMEDY,
Al/ ND the ope that all Doctors recommend
to secure good health is, wear thick-soled 1300T8
5110E23, such as will k eep your feet from the cold.
No. Kit Market street, has now on hand, a large stock of
Ladies', 'Misses add Children's Higligleeled and Thick
Soled Roots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, de-, dm. Men's,
Boye'and Torahs' Boots, Shoes,Ttrogane, Gaiters, &c.
CITY MADE, Double Sole and Upper, French
Galt Boots- Ladies' High• Heeled, Double Sole GLOVE
HID; EGINGRMS and BUTTON GAITERS; and as he
iadetertnined to sell CHEAP FOR CASH, all in want
would do well to call and examine hie stock before pur•
abasing elsewhere ,
aISORRISON &' M'ILWAINE,
. . No. 64 Fourth Street,
SirPiefures taken in all the carious styles of the art
at rettaonattla prices. n02:17
DERSONS•wishing to see the most dura
bly bound, and elegantly finished
• • BLANK BOOKS,
Ruled with one, two and threo accounts to a page, for
warded and finished by myself, and, pot selected from
Eastern Manufacturers, for the purpoie of exhibition at
Pittsbumh "Fairs, can do so, by examining those at my
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, NO. VA AND 74
THIRD STREET. foltnEo none in &rico or finish, and
.iilielLenge ,conepstition, • . •
Blank Books in any way superior to those made, by me.
Also, Muim Periodicals and Miscellaneous Binding,
done in the best style of the art.
H. Row Awn,
72 and 74 Third at., Pqtabtvh, Pa.
FARM OF 114} ACRE ; 3ti -- acree in
cultivation, with log dwelling house and stable;
goo Mining water; rich, dry snit and good timber.
situate in Hardin county, Ohio. Price 1.13 per acre, in
nails and gkias. For sale by
den - ' 1 2 1. 1 "r a 811 N, 61 Market et.
CLARKE'S. LIVER PILLS.
The Bat Airrtive and Purifier bafere the Puuje.—Acrrpf
ed and Recanonenditi Eminent PktAlttill/S.
DR. CLARKE, the i nventor of these celebrated
Pine. is justly distinguished for hie eminent abilities and
scientific. research. ForWyears in his extensive practice
he experitnentedin bringing the great desideratum of a
remedial agent to act as a direct purifier upon the hu
man system. In this he has been eminently successful,
as the numerous certificates from celebrated physicians
show. They are, extremely mild in their operation, at
the same time powerful and effective in removing dis
ease. They never givve pain, as do most purgatives, but
allay it in all cases. In acute cases they are more speedy
-in their relief than any Pill now offered.
The proprietor is pleased to announce that he has per
feoted his arrangements for supplying this trade to the
fullest demand. N. U. WALKER, Proprietor.
To whom all orders must be addressed. cflir. For sole
by dealers everywhere. n 024
THE GREAT REMEDY
THIS CELEBRATED PREPARATIDN lia4 nO
near equal in all (lianas - en requiring en EXTERN A L AP
PLICATION, ouch as Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
Burns, Old Bores, and all other aches, no matter what
their name or nature. This Liniment le the result of
years of active practice and earetul research, by the cel
ebrated Physician, DE. WM. CLARKE, of Brooklyn, N.
Y, whose reputation as a man of orient, is co-extensive
with the country. For many years it has enjoyed an en
viable reputation, not only in private practice, hut at
large, as this .
Greategt Remedy In Use.
Let all who are afflicted TRY IT, as it is warranted to
effect speedy and sure cores.
Eir- FOR SALE RY DEALERS EVERYIYHERE.
Prepared solely by
. N. U. WALKER, Proprietor,
PITTSBURGH, PIN N . A.,
nollS To whom all orders must he addressed
Igi• SORE THROAT PLAGUE ASH SORB
Tatioar.—This quality of !mixing hold and causing the
expulsion of depraved humors, is possessed by ue oilier
medicine than BRANDRETH'S PILLS They operate
only upon the tissues involved in, that is allotted by the
disease. ID fact they seize upon those limners, not so
much from preference as from natural affinity, because
their life in below that of the surrounding parts, and
whieltsettling on the tiasuen of the throat, that is, around
the throat region. produces sore throat, sore throat plague,
and the severe headache and (over. Within au lour
after four or six pills are taken, there is felt a peculiar
creeping in the part allotted, a sort of collecting up or
the diseased humors ready for expulsion. No linrt or
weakening effect can ever arise from their use, because
they cannot act upon healthy parts. Taken early they
prevent all organic diseases. Oh, how irnporiant in sick
ness, to use that medicine which only extinguishes the
disease, and leaves no evil effects behind. -
Sold at No. 224 Canal street, Brandrethle Principal
Office; by Thomas Rtslpath, No. 27 Diamond street,
Pittsburgh, Pa.. and by all respectable dealers in medi
tar KENNKDY'S MEDICAL DIfiCoVERY.
This article, although the ingredients of which it iscom
poscsi are harmless, still It. effects are most powerful.
It enters the blood diseased by humor and flowing slug.
gishly through the mein., and as it mew:Mara its way
through them, drive. from before it to the surface of
the skin all that is impure and obnoxious, filtering the
blood, and causing it to flow briskly through the veins.
Te blotches on the surface to a few days disappear,and
the reign of humors in the aystem is no more. We wish
our readers could visit it, Lis vse have lone, the Labora
tory of Mr. Kennedy, at Roxbury, and out:tune the cer
tificates of those - who hare been cured o f hv fl or, not
as this, in all C-11,41,, is not convenient, we trust thst our
word will be Laken, when we declare this to he the great
est inediCine of the age.
TO THE MEDICAL FACULTY
PROF. DEGRATII, Philadelphia. —Sir :—At
intervals, during thirty yearn past, my wille has heeu
subject to Rheumatism (Abe most yielent east—say four
times. a year—sometimes so severe as to make it neces
sary to administer large doses of the Tincture of unlit,
urn and Morphia, and to rock her like an infant in •
large rocking chair, to induce any repos-so. Haying fre
quent correspondence with my POD, I"No. 103 Chestnut
street, of your city,) I informed him ofsin attack she had
about the middle of last month, (January,lwhich .0 or
inch seventy SO to completely paralyse the system.
He, in his aaziety for his mother's welfare, sent me a
tuatie of your Celebrated ELECTRIC OIL, but as I
em one of the practitioners of methelne mu ourplace,
and not n proselyte to any kind of medicine, I did heat
late to give a a trial. However, on retire:Jun, I conclu
ded to try it, which I did, ci parse - too directly up to the
letter, and after the third or fourth application she be
came rather passive, and before ono-third of the bottle
Wan used, not a single requge of the disease remained
in the system. and she still continues well, although she
rode out a distance of fourteen miles without a renewal
of any of the symptoms. I therefore feel it my duty,
for the sake of suffering humanity, and also fully bob er •
ing that merit, tinder all circumstances, should ho re
warded, to forward thin testimonial.
I am yours, truly.
JOS. A. g.LELNC.TON, D,
.J. B. HOWE.
H. A W.vna.
New Gretna Poetofflre, Burllngton Co, N.. 1
P. S.—Any commune...anon for me will ho moment tq
addressing to the rare of my tinn, (Nienlhint,) tio. PO
Price 2 coots, GO cents and II per bottle.,
Oautaon.—Re sure and get IIsORATH'S ELECTRIC
OIL. It as the only genuine. For sale by all drugsists
and dealers. dea:lrrhlior
Hundreds of heads of hair are ruined by the
•0 of delotenous DVCA, for ankh no %No nun,: such.n
CRISTADORO'S EXCELSIOR DYE,
On the contrary, .preeents the highest avicutifie eiederp
Lists. It has been analyzed by Dr. Comma, who
at the 11.10 , / ofnor Eatairiroental ehemists4and he taste.
in his eertdicate that nothing Injurioug eoters into its
Added to the well kitten fart that it ',thel - 10,6 rvlighle
ILA the most natural Dye ever manufactured, has civet,
it innnensc prestige, soil the Naha are 1 - 1113A11W. , up true'
month to month. with 3 miodity that Revere!, to:st:n thy
ouergleb and prop - fob,.
Sold oYf.rywfirira, and nppin•d by all 'limit'
nitlrS DOP.O,Sio U Astor Acic
TO THE PUBLIC,
ESPECIALLY the Ignorant and Falsely
Modest Physicians of all denominations, treat Be
cret atd Delicate Disordera, Self Abuse and Diseases or
Sitnationecommon and Incident to Youths of both sex
es, and Adults, single or married. Because Dr. BRAN
STRUP publishes the fact of his doing no: the ignorant
and falsely modest are dreadfully sibisikotl, and think it
a great sin, very immoral, and for efifitiLDIUHLIoU and
corruption among their wires, promising sons and
daughters- Their family physician should be cautions
to keep them in ignorance thatthey do the same as Dr
BRANSTRUP, (except publishing) lest a lucrative pray
lice might be lost to them among stupid, falsely modest
and presumptuous families, born and raised in igno
rance, sprung up as muehroons, and who compare soci•
ety, intelligence, sense, de., to dollars and cents, myste
nously, meanly or illy gotten. It is to publicity, howev
er, that numerous parents and guardians are thankful
that their sons, daughters and wards, previously feeble,
sickly and of delicate condition and appearance, have
been restored to health and vigor by Dr.TIRANSTRUP,
besides many before and after marriage through him
have been saved much suffering, anxiety, mortification.
de. Having the advantage of over thirty years experi
ence and observation, consequently, he tuts superior
skill in the treatment of special diseases, and who to
daily consulted by the profession, as well as recom
mended by respectable citizens, publishers , proprietors
of hotels, de. O ffi ce 86 Smithfield street, near Diamond
street- Private communications from all parts of the
Union Strictly attended to. Direct to
detklydaw Pittsburgh Post Office
CITIZENS, INSURANCE COMPANY, I
Pittsburgh, December 4th, 1999.
Eg.ELECTION.—An Election for Fifteen Directors
of the Company, to serve for the 'ensuing year,
will be held at the Office of the Company, 94 Water
betwen ten o'clock in the morning and three o'clock in
the afternoon, on TUESDAY, December 20th, inst.
delOdd ' SAMUEL L. MASHELL, Secs. .
OF OR MAYOTL—DA. HENRY A HL, of the Third
ward, will be eupportod an a Dem odratic candidate
for Mayor of Attaburgh, by
del& MANY. DEMOCRATS.
Os ALDERMAN OF THE THIRD WARD.—The
undersigned offers himself as a candidate for Al
derman of the Third ward, subject to the nomination of
del4 J. It. HARTLEY.
ildfsb,ooo AGENTS WANTRD—To SOH four
new inventions. Agents have made over $26,000 on one;
better than all other similar agencies. Bend tour stamp,
and get 80 pages partial/Lam grab.
oetB:l3w EPHRAIM - BROWN, Lowell, Mayo.
CUPPING AND LEECHING, by
MR & elßv. BESE.
illirfeeth extracted. Hot, Cold and Shower Baths.
may" . F. BEBE, N 0.171 Grant larnot.
HUGH 11. BOLE,
IFiNGINE BUILDER AND MACHINIST,
GREAT WESTERN PLAININQMILI it ecrr. Mar ,
ry and Duquesne Attiourot, Fh, will make to
order, and warranted as godd an can be made, the
following machinery viz ..--Stearn Engines, Tur n ing
Lathes, for wood and Iron; Planers, for wood and iron;
Drilling Machines; II ou Ben and Tobacco Screwe ; Patent.
right and Model Machines, in the best manner; Shafting,
Pullies, and Rangers, of all Nisei) an d variety; Screws, of
any diameter and pitch,. to fifteeri feet in length. Will
also make, and have on hand, Doctor and Nigger I.:m
4111es, and Deck Pumps for steamboats, &c. Lathe
inhears and other Planing done to order; can plane 82
inches wide, by 9 feet 6 inches Icing.
Alt OrJery Promptly flaerl and Burwell° Solicited
N. B.—Particular attention and promptitude given to
repairs on Printing Presses and other Machines.
CHEAP AND DURABLE•
Stocking Manufacturer ,
I " . AND MARKET
ALLEY, has on hand a %tendons assortment of
oolen Stooklngs,Hose, Socks, omfOrts,Gioves, Hoods,
Sacks, for men and women; toga or . with a verrertert
siva assortment of all deecriptions" bt Goods In has line,
suitable to the season. ffesells prima articles at Low
Prices. Call and examine.
git Remember, M. DALY has but on store, and that
is on the corner of Filth at. and Market alley nos
. ESSENTIA.Ii freau• lot at....piere
Essential Oilspjust received b
Italila 6 taxer Fifth t streets.
IPR. GEtt. R. KEYSER, Agent.
No. 140 Wood street
(41%.0. L. K EYSER., .Agent,
htlahuro - 1, Pa
CLOSING OUT SALE
.T . 33 T_T Sh MIE 'SI ,
No. 24 Fifth Street,
TO RE DISPOSED OF IN 30 DAYS! !
The Goods Must be Sold
PRICES NO OBJECT ! !
M M I•INT
WILL BE SOLD BELOW COST
All we would say,..is, you mould find it
your otoreot to COME .1N AND EXAMINE 01/11.
which to LARGE Atil , WELL Asd(oRTED--
and winch must ho tnrratl into eit.lll preVI , PUS to JKIII.I
my Ist, lbao
No 24 Firth ntroot. PsttAnagh,
IVigs, Wigs, Wisi•-s
NI) ORNAMENTAL If AI R, of every
description and Latest Styles of
actured by J. It. CADIE.ItON, tio. $4 FOUGTII Sr.
.n.,.l...rther having resumed business in Putalit/rgh
mattes to inform his former friends and patrons of tine
city and surrounding country•. and would call fill, Sit
tentlon to a tlOßnntibeatittful Nu \\lu
It puts all former plans of wif,,nak mg in the shade It.
uterus aro lightness, durability. not Inable to shrink,
ie•ars equally all over tho 111,441, and ..ant and graceful
flpfMniTll[l•7o, showing the de,olopinent of the forehead
true to nature.
Ladies are Klan invited to call and examine his new
mode of 13AlidiS, LIALF-WIUS and Wli:S They do
away with tlin heavy and formal app....ran,. so much
disapproved of in this old styles. se2l
WM. J. TAYLOR & CO.,
WHOLESALE FISH, DEALERS,
No. 122 and 121 North Wharves,
( Above Arch street, )
) E \VURKS.
■ANLTACTCYLL AND DULLCII IN rrna VAULTY OF
Cooking, Parlor & Heating Stoves,
Sete Peerneter r.f the eelverete.l
Office and Palo, Rooms,
orMly2r , AV, 7 Wr.rxf Piti,..s,qt. Po.
LONG dr. D UFF,
DEALERS IN MANILLA, El FLMP, COT TON AND JUTE,
CO R DAGE,
OAKUM, TAR, PITCH AND R.,t4IN TARPAULIN
DUCK, AND HEAVY DILILLINu.
• No. 90 Witter Strect
A. A. CARRIER & BROTHER, AGENTS,
No. 63 Fourth htxret.
i MMONWEALiH INAHAANCI ,
lJ (OM PA NY, vt HsittßburF, Cloartort.l :ttntal
flou Al 11(N 'CAM ERoN, , y.
Caroer, S,,rouarv. OIR4 Itlo FIRE AN I. MARINE IN
SCRANCE COMPANY, Pritladolphi, A
7K9.73 Ron. .IoEL Pre,,lont / H Al vorl
Se,retArv. 411AKER an' INSURANCE oM PAN
Plific,.lolith‘a VW-CIA P.: Et I(4E II HAW'
Vresldet,t; H. It Co,:gpluill, 6eco•txry.
rPEIIO.IIS RATTIGAN, EllrOpt4nll Agent,
115 Water mtreut, l'ittnl•org It. Pit 1.4 Jr.
to bring 4,ltt p4crui I,a. k partuunictn 1,111 01 14 , ant
part of IL., country, r:ther Ly htesm,a puck
BIG HT I , RAFT,4 Ftiit HALE, payal.lo in any part o
Agt,it. for OM I ntlinnepoli% and Cir-lama:l hail road
Al,, Agent tor trio old Black Man Liao of matling 1"aok
eln, and fur trio !mom of Stearunra nailing botweela
York, I.lYarpr,ol.llilaroroyr and Delray. l ootlo 1 v
TERRA COTTA OR
STONE WATER PIPES,
FROM TWO TO 81X INCH CALIBRE
Prices (rorn Twelve to Thirty Cts. per Foot
ROCHESTER PEARL STARCH,
For sale Wholesale at Manufacturers Prices 14
.HENRY H. COLLINS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION DIERCIIANT
AND W 12101.1511.3 lULLA IN
CHEESE, BUTTER, SEEDS,
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY.
fa] No. 2.5 WOOD ST., PITTI3I3t,RUEL
PENN MACHINE WORKS
A N D
11. WIGIITRI AN,
aror-ag Machines t
Hangers, etc.. et
Orders promptly attended 10.
NIIT AND BOLT FACTORY
Patent FlotTro . ssed Nuta of all sizes on hand, and man
ufactured. Also, Bolls for Bridges, ?lbrehmery, Agrieu
turns ImpMineola, Ac., furnished at short notice.
Warehouse, No. 114 Water street.
sughly KNAP, SC ULLY 6 CO.
WM. M. FABER & CO.,
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
General Machinists and Boller Makers,
Near the Penn's It. It. Passenger Depot,
/ V I
ANTJFACTIJRE ALL KINDS OF
e an s n r gy E kTb n e e' Po rE we n i i " n and fr Ze t d hr f e o e r t ag n s:D l S ' i ' ll e s,
Saw Mille, Blast Furnaces , r actories, eec., etc.
Give particular attanUon to the construction of En
gines arid Machinery for grist mills, and for uprights,
mulay and circular saw mills.
Have also on hand, finished and ready fur shipment
at short natice,Engines and Boilers of every description.
Also, furnish Boilers and Shoot Iron separately, and.
Wrought Iron Shafting, Hangers and Follies in every
variety, and continue the manufacture of Woolen Ma
chinery and Machine garde.
Our prices are low, our machinery manufactured of
the best quality of materials, and warranted in all cases
to give satisfaction.
Sir Orders from all parte of the country solicited, and
pgomptly filled. tioltdaw
WKEE & PHILIPS,
AT INXOP. NM /rAOTOST ON
Between Hand and Wayne streets,
iar•W a are prepared to furnish Coal Oil, Whisky, Ale,
Molasses end York BARREI.43, at the shortest notice,
aulacithempettesiostableterms. " esdthly
Stoves, Grates & Ranges
Awarded by the Late Allegheny
County and Western Penn-
BISSELL & (20.,
No. 235 Liberty Street,
MANUFACTURERS OF COOKING,
PARLuR, ANI I
GRATE FRONTS AND FENDERS
AND THE CELEBRATED CAPITOL AND EAGLE
If you ultut the 11E8T COOKING RANGE Gut in
made, emll at
BISSELL dz. - CO. ' S.
If you want a COOK INO STOVE that cannot h our
punned, 4,11 ou
It ton are tenithng a 11011143, and want the tiEtfl
FtiONTli and FENDER/ 1, (4111 011
HILLERMAN & COLLORD,
lIATS, CAPS, ,ANif,
Art.ly receiving front mannfaMmerN, an rim ro new
nud 04/rDpil,(o 75 Wood •treet,
,o9llydAy 3 ,loon. from Fourth.
TNCORPORATED 1519; CHARTER PER
Cash Capital, - - 51,000,000.
Surplile, July 1. 143 e, $1,11:e1,4 bo. Lo6se, eddjueted
and prud over, $12.000000. Property iu_eurod
DANGER 13Y FIRE, OR THE PEH11:1 OF INLAND
VIOATION. et se lb. rnl retoe end ruloe ,ileettey
end Our profit will permit.
THE IRON CITY TRUST CO.,
DANK OF DISCOUNT, EXCHANGE
L.; AND DEposa.
Capitol Ntock • 150,000
Capital Represented, over _1,000,000
EL/T" STOCTOIDLEIRS ELS HELD listermr.sur !Assts. "al
Gold. Silver, Par Funds, and Currshoy received
tersisit ALL MONEYtiI allowed to remain (yr Spr
rtissi no. ; WILL DRAW INTEHEiST. Bight Ex
hange on the Eastern and Western cities constantly
for sale in trims hi suit Colles•tions made in all thy
principal cities in the United Stater and the Caned e,
and Pi OCREOR PROMPTLY REMITTEI , to any de•
- d point. on day of maturity.
John Moorhead. Alexander Forayth, John Ileath.Goo.
9 Howl, J kidt, IVdham9ed , ert, W. Weinduck, Henry
-- cnihanth, lt,bect Anderson.
R. IVA Rti ER, PromJour.
N. C. SCHMERTZ., Ca•hter
aug'-3 1 i•
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Si' A largo oxperworo la tho ft.ljostrnt.ut of novo,.
1,31 C 1411114, for P 1,14101111 And 141,14, Fre
f.orea him to prieelel/101.11L111 ClOllllO will. the t•oht prop
I.ectr Knetv,x. noi
ATTORNKI AT LAW AND CONVKIANUKR
CD !.1 M ~........ D. VI: 11/14, R. CI , N, NI./ RANI
D. MUM" C DUNCAN.
( - 1 ITN NI NG A ALS & RGII
• r ., CITY in...v.43 womus—WAß.Fllit/IISE, No. 119
ator Htroo... and Kirst atroot, Prttrbnrgh, l'a., throe
.lours below -Monongahela Hun.% Mantifacturora of
City Window Wm.., lirtiggints' Gimp; Ware.
and Atnerlean (lonv‘)l< illams,for parlor window ...o,llu when
MARBLE! MARBLE !1
JOHN 31' CA R U O
MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES
Enidosurtm, Poste, &0., &c.,
NO. 1386 LIBEIITY STREET
Attorney & Counsellor at. Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Especial attention given to collecting and seuring
loom, of every kind.
Ram to—Jeremiah Dunlevy, dr,
E. J. Roberts, Esq.,
a a. mi 71.41 aft. T a. WITT
BITLGR & DAVITT,
3E -1 1:714.T1awCT381.3E.,
A full sasortment of PITTSBURGH MANUFACTUR
ED FURNITURE, constantly on hand, which we will
roll at the lowest prier. (or Cash.
EDWD. S. BUTLER,
PTV: Al" T 0 °DE-
A. RATE MEANS is called to e der for eale of
forty or the most eligible-
to the second Ward, Allegheny City. The prices are
suited to the bard times, and tijniKvill be given to suit
all purchasers. For_pa_rtmulars mcpure of
. ALMNDER HAYS, Surveyor,
Corner East Common and Water street,
no 3 • • Allegheny City
ILIMALD W. RODIRTS P. 10.15101
b e ar I _
No. 85 Fourth Street, near Wood.
THE SUBSCRIBERS MANUFACTURE
and keep constantly on hand every article in their
lino, viz: Comm* Ornaments,Curtain Goods,Comforts,
.11fattrasses of all kinds also, the celebra
ted Patent Spring Beds. All kinds, of shades, Blinds
and Future!. .
4iil - Prompt attention oto all orders (or fitting and
laying,dowti Carpets, Oil Cloths, tra.
VY " ROBERTS k ROESICR.
JUL at IiCnAI7.NDEBSHi RO Ii BNIRIX irka st.TS and Drawers,
Fine and Common Enamelled
BISSELL di CO.,
No. 2.2.5 Liburty streeL
A. A. CARRIER k SR(I., Agents
IV. R. ELIE, Surveyor.
No. CZ Fourth stroet, Fahthurgh, Pa.
No. 2U Liberty Street
STEPHEN G. DODGE,
AGENT FOR CLAIMS,
aahlugtou. D. C
E. C. lIEPIRERA.
(*TICE WITH H. HEPBURN,
t.O Ft tirth rIIPFI
ILAS A lICACRItIIt etLiCTION Or
JOHN N. CRAWFORD,
Cilia. R.. 1. Grace,
Roberts a Mullon, Attorneys. [apl9
Maillalialllbrti Or ovory doKenption of
No. 45 Smithfield Street,
48 Public Landing,
J HARVY DAVIS JOHN PHILLIPS. JOSEPH H. DAVIS
DAVIS • -
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MANUFACTURERS,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
PLUMBING MATERIALS, GAS FIXTURES, PUMPS AND BRASS %VORA,
OF EVERY DFSCRIPTION.
Agents for Allen's Celebrated Steam and Water Ganges,
MANUFACTORY NO. 110 WATER, AND 104 FRONT STS.,
Warerdoms, 67 Wood street, Pittsburgh, and Federal street, Allegheny City.
VINUSTON, COPELAND & CO.,
MANUFACTURE " FAIR
BANK'S PATENT PLATFORM
SCA LF-9 " of every variety, for Weigh- •
ing Live Stock, Hny, Grain, Ore, coal,
Iron, and for all purposes of Mardian
whether ilortnant or on wheels, •
with hoisting lever or without Iron or
Wooden Clumns, and of all clauses and
Cap:Wl tio,,frorultailroad purposes down
to the small counter :male and balances.
Also, they are the Pantontees and only - -
LATCH L 9, for right or left hand doors, of every hire and variously trimmed and finished. Coffee Mills, Paint
Mills, Corn Mills and Shelters, Sausage Cutters and Sniffers, Bolts, Self-Shutting Gate and Shutter Hinges, Bed
Castors, Axle !Mines, Wardrobe Hook's, Fire Iron Stands, Ac., Ac. , together with every variety of Maloable Quit
mg... and I'OMESTIC HARDWARE generally. n 024
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
T LIE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO
inform thepublic that Irmo thin day forward those
CELEBRATED 111CIIINF-9 will to mold at the *41.9/-
mg REDUCED RATES:
New Family Machine and Iron Stand, complete—VA 00
New Tranaverse Shuttle Machine and Stand, com
plete .$75 00
No. 1 SlantiAd Machine and Stand, complete SOO GO
Nn 2 Standard Mftchine and Stand, complete $lOO 06
R. STRAW, Agent,
Nos. 32 and 34 Market street.
II 0 IV EIS
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE,
F OR TAILOR.s., FOR VEST MAKERS,
FOR BARNES MAKERs,
FOR CARRIAGE TRIMMERS,
And for all purposes oftiewing, either in lanulles or man
lanPlono4. stands Without a rival. It is strong and du
rahle—will not got out of rennin - ensile, and is emphati
rally the only Innehine ever invented,
Adapted to All Muds of Work
We are iralerlit( anpersor and warranted Machine:l for
ONE RALVTRE MONEY charged by other Agents,
ne- doing the same range of work. Call and
"hem and thoroughly temt wire purelia,ng. at
NO. GO MARKET STREET. (UP Sraras.)
LASSCELL & NORTHROP.
WILCOX & GIBBS'
THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, in their
Report on SEWING MACHINES, sal :
..THE WILCOX A: GIBBS , SEWING
MACHINE. Fills Nearer Than Any Other,
All The Requirements of a FAMILY MA
THE STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, to their
published Report, soy
All the Machines were Considered Good,
but, Taking. into Consideration 5131-
pLiciTv. CH IEAPNESS. DURABILITY,
and DOING ALL WORK, the Committee
were UNANIMOUSLY in favor of the
WILCOX S . ; GIBBS',
THIRTY DOLLAR MACHINE."
For Sale in Pittsburgh,
FA No. 51 FIFTII - STIIF.ET,
F MBANK'S A. EWING,
NO. I. MOORGATE STREET, LONDON.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836
CAPI rAi 86,298,800 00
PAID UP CAPITAL AND SURPLIIII, '2,194,111 02
ANNUAL REVENUE, Jur ttio yexr
eudkug Jauuary 31,1h58
THIS COMPANY'INSURES AGAINST
Los, or Damage by Fire, almost every description
or Property. The kale r f Pre'rli“7/1 are nadernte, and,
in all cases, based upon the character of the owner Or
occupant, and t h e ments of the risk.
berries promptly adjusted and paid withoet reference
1.41 1,11d.,11. .4 sperlca permanent fan./ prorate,/ in Plohn-
Infpnzn Jo. pow/knot of Ludo in thm ronairy.
aireinneut fa emmueelt:
Messrs_ Jame, M'Cully A Co., 171 W,,ori street;
John Floyd A Co., 173 Wood street:
" Brown & Kirk patricks,l93 Liberty street
L. Gregg t Cu, W Wood street;
" IlB.Elroy & Co., 51 Wood street;
" James Id'Cruntlesa A Co., 103 Wood street
" Nome& & 1/5 Water strarit:
" H. A. Fahuestock A Co., First and Wood sta.;
" Joe. Woodwell A Cn., Second and World stri,
" Atwell, Lea & Co., 8 Wood street;
" Burchfield & Co, Fourth and Market streets
" M'Liandless, Menne&Co.,Wood and Water MA
RIMULINCIB le run-Lextruni.
George It. Stuart, Esq., 13 Bank. street; •
Messrs. 11 ere, Clagborn & Co, 17.12 Market street;
" Win. lirliee A Co, 22 South Front street;
•'M'eutcheon A Collins, Front and New streets
" Smith, Williams A Co., frlil Market street;
" James tiraliam.rt Co., and 22 Letitia Street
Joseph B. Mitchell, Keg., President Mechanics Bank
James Dunlap, Fino, President Union Bank;
lien. W. A. Porter, late Judge Supreme Court.
JAMES W. ABBOTT. Agent,
tint 0 rfiun, 103 Wood street.
Insurance and Trust Company.
FFICE IN COMPANY'S BUILDING,
403 W ILNLT 83., PRILAIMPLILL CHARTER PER
STATEMENT, MAY 18, 1857
CAPITAL—Paid In and securely inveated .... 00
ASSETS, MAY 18,1869.
Linn-0n hand and in Bank .$12,879.88
In hands ofAgenta ... 6187 17
---$ 19,W7 05
Real Estate owned by the Company 40,000 00
Bonds and Mortgagee—bearing wiz and coven .
per cent, Intereat, 152,010 00
Debts due the Company, well eocurod 17,743 81
Btoek—Par value 78,450 00
B ills roce irablolor loans, &e., not yet ntatu rod.. 1)1,117 43
All ()lion' Boeurities 1.5,000,00
LOS3ZS ustod, not yet ..... 0,303 40
Awaiting proof 6,000 00
All other claims Z 1,574 57
V 38,900 70
J. WRIGHT, Secretary.
TITUS. B. UPDIKE, Agent,
Alll, 07 Water al., Pittsburgh.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
N 0.149 CHESNUT STREET,
Opposite the Custom HOuse t
WILL MAKE ALL.KINDS OF INSU
RANCE, either Perpetual or Limited, on every
description of Property or Jlerchandise, at reasonable
rates of premium.
ROBERT P. KING, President,
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice President,
Charles Bayes, E. R. Cope,
g. B. English, George W. Brawn,
P. B. Savory, Joseph
C. Sherman. John Clayton,
S. J. Magargee, E. Wllor,
F. BLACISCEN, Secretary.
J. G. COFFIN Agent,
Corner Third and Wood streets
Western Insurance Company,
GEORGE DARSIE, President
F. M. GORDON. SeCretary
Orates N 0.92 Water street, (Bpang k Co.'s Warehouse
up stairs,) Pittsburgh. •
- Will insure against all kinds of FIRE and MARINE
. - - -
A Home Institution managed by Directors who are
well known to the community, sad who aro determined,
by promptness and liberality, to maintain the character
which they have assumed, as offering the best protec
tion to those who desire to be insured.
ASSETS, APRIL - Seth, MR
Open Accounts, etc
Notes and bills discounted—
4 90,000 00
.. 17,888 - 80
.. 16,267 2.6
.. .30,076 12
Geor.,4 Duel°, • R. miller, Jr,
W. J a.C lE 8012 • 8 M.Auley,
wmtm i Ri
DISEASES INCIDENT TO
TRADES AND c bCCUPATIONS.
IT is our purpose trilivrite, as briefly as pos
sible, concerning the dioeases and disorders incident
to liana occupations, including their causes, symptoms
and mode of cure. We shall do this in plain language,
and to a straightforward way Onr purpose is two.fold—
firstly, to give some curious facts not generally known;
secondlv, to bring more forcibly to view the ready
relief at band in Railway's Renictli.ni. We frankly avow
that the trouble we are taking is a business transaction,
meant to benefit both the public and ourselves.
Thediseases springing from various trades arise either
from the very nature of the occupations,' from the ma
terials handled or used, or from both causes. Scarcely
any of these pursuits are necessarily nnhealthy, but men
will be as Imprudent in their business as in their pleas
ure, and suffer for their neglect of precaution.
Let us look first at those who suffer from poisonous
Coppersnaths, &az Founders, Brazieri and Pinma.liers
From their manipulation of cop per and its compounds,
take into their system either the impalpable dust of its
oxple, or Kilts, or their fumes. - The result is a copper
disease, whose symptoms may vary more or less in vio
lence sometimes creeping slowly along until the sys
tem is utterly destroyed, or else opening an avenue to
more apparent diseases. The victom to the copper dis
ease notices, perhaps, on rising in the morning a - slightly
acid taste in the mouth, a slight constriction of the
throat the tongue dry and parched,ambsometimes sick
ness at the stomach. HA thinks he has caught cold,
and probably lakes someadverrised expectorant, Which
leaves him worso than before. At times there comes an
attack of the colic. If dysentery is at all epidemic, he
is very liable to IX, attacked, and his tormina and tenets
mus, no the doctors call them, namely, his pain in the
bowels and disposition to steel i er° exceedingly violent.
Often a thirst which lie cannot account for, or a distend
ed atslemen. or back stools, slightly streaked with blood,
or an undefinable anxiety, is the commencing symptom
and is scarcely noticed. cramps sometimes make their
appearance in the limbs and stomach, either alone or
accompanied by some of the symptoms previous) y enu
merated. A headache at the close of work, or during
the slay, is quite common. A preventive of these would
be the it, of a respirator, which checks the paAmage to
the longs of stotnach of the dust or vapor, and glovea,
to keep it from the pores of the akin. A generous diet
should naed, the bowels kept open byres - alert:to doses
of le.hrtitis liegactlinti Pills ; a dose should he taken in
the morning and evening of Rada:a:ix !leads Relief, and
the ti-e of RadICUIIS Remirathil persevered in
until the apdern is rid of the poison
npe-ljoartlers, Perferers, Painters, eu gibers and Glazier:,
and Workers in Manataztorict,ar .S7sof- Towers,
Are exposed to the lead disease. This, like the copper
disease. may produce a series of insidious but scarcely
noticed symptoms, ending sometimes paralysis, or more
especially with painters and what-feria makers, in what
is generally called painters' colic. These all, at times,
will notice in their mouth. more particularly at rising, a
sugary and slightly iiittrin gent taste, constriction of the
windpipe, pain and uneasiness in the.region.of the stom
ach, and occasionally nausea followed sometimes by
Or those who use much vermillion. will hare a ten
dency to Diarrhoea, for, unlike Copper. this shows its ef
fivte more in the smell intestines; and the bladder and
urinary passages will be seriously affected, sometimes
merely producing painful urination, and at others.
bloody or high colored urine. The RPgulating Pill and
the Re.,1, - -cAt must be mainly relied on, and the parties
should never go to work on an empty s=tomach. For the.
more painful symptoms the Ready Rclicf will be . neessa
ry, Tina will by.no means belie its name. It should be
used internal - Iv and externally. In painters' colic, the
Rfgtdriting Pilt should be used to produce a free evacu•
stien, and aftenvard more moderately, to keep upregu
lar action; and from the very start, the Ready Relict glv
en in nail doses, in flaxseed or slippery.elm tea, or gum
water. The diet should be light, chiefly beef tea, (not
beef soup.) or chicken broth, from which the fat has
been skimmed. - In paralysis, the persistent use of the
RcTilatiso Pitts, with the Ready Reid, well and steadily
rubbed into the attested limb or part, for at least fifteen
minutes, three times a day, and a generous, but digest
ible diet, will effect a cure, In all external applications
thepalm of the hand is the best to rub with. ann. a Co
made hand, from its softness, should be preferred.
Dyers and Calico Printers
Are liable to several severe symptoms.. Those who use
muriste of tin sometimes perceive its effects in their
itritems. They observe an austere taste in the month,
which is apt to turn into well defined metalic ore, to
gether with nausea; especially after rising from a meal,
Their pulse is mom small and hard and beats more fre
fuently than natural. Ono very common symptom is a
requency of stool, but dimness, for during some
months this play be unattended by pain, and the consis-
Loney of the evacuations be normal. Twitching of the
face and estretrieties is less common, but a morn dan
gerous simptom, for unless promptly met, it may be fol
lowed I.y a paralysis of the parts attecied. The treat
ment in this is ale same as in the copper disease, viz:
•• Railway's Reotty Relief, Regulating Pills and Resol
Are sometimes affected inn manner similar to dyers, but
inn less degree, Their attacks are rare. If peculiarly
susceptible they may Lake the lead poison from the sol
der, but we never knew bat one case of that Find. The
acrid fumes of charcoal, in this and similar trades, some
times. produce inflammation of the bladder which may
bo ettectually comtetted by the Relief and Regulating
PapenStaincrs and Tarkierm
occasionally suffer some most distressing symptoms--
the former from the showy greens they. use, and the
latter from their constant handling of arsemeur the cor
rosive chloride of mercury. A fisted breath is not un
common, with n rather austere taste at times. consider
able increase of saliva, or constriction of the lower part
of the throat, which seems to extend into the breast,
frequent hiecough,sornetimes a fainting sensation which
comes andgees - very stiddenly, very black and offensive
stools, or high colored urine. These are some of the
symptoms which may occur separately' or together: It
is a curious fact, chat some people engaged at these co.
eupations, grow buite plump, and appeirently enjoy the
best of health, having especially a fresh and clear com
plexion. .If, however, they go into 'any. other employ
ment, or refrain from work some weeks, they are very
apt to be visited with many or all of the above symptoms.
In either case, the Resolvent should be used, along with
the Regulating Pills, the relief being resorted to in order
to remove immediate pain or distress.
Mectrotapers, Glass Stainers and Carl lihsamelers, Nana
factareirs of Chemicals, Gold and &Ira
• Raters and Refiners
Are liable to many of the above symptoms. Electro
typers are especially liable to derangement of the blad
Printers and Piir,c Founders,
From the constant handling of typo metal, contract the
etteets of antimony. Thin lo shown by the temporary
paralysis of the fingers and. bands, copious stools, cold
night sweats, 1059 of strength, tenderness of stomach,
bowels and throat. Sometimes, though drinking nothing
but water, they feel a confused, serm-tntoaßatted sensa
tion in the head. The treatment here is gentle purging
with Radway's Regulating Pills, aided with the Ready
Relief as a drink when the disease has become chronic
the Renovating Resolvent must be used as an adjuvant
to the Relief and
Masons and Bricklayers, Assistants, and more especially
Limebuinces and Whitewashav,
Are constantly liable to vomiting, pains in the limbs or
temporary palsy, wince latter sometimes becomes per
manent. A milk diet, mucilaginous drinks, and the use
or the Ready Relief, will remove these symptoms, the
Resolvent being also necessary where palsy supervenes.
Sometimes costiveness follows, demanding the use of
the Regniating Pills, The particles of
limn in the eves
are very apt to produce conjunctivis, which will yield to
an eye-wash made of sassafras pith and water, into
which the Ready Relief is put, in the proportion of six
drops to every ts table-spoonfuls, increased gradually
to ten drops. A or two of the Regulating - Pills will
materially assist in subduing the inflammation.
Are subject to heart.throbbing and heartdisease, Sri
looseness of bowels; and both these and
The Makers of Loco Foca Matches
Are liable to e' very tronblesonne . ttklnslisease, develop..
lug itself on the scalp, and sometimes in little patches,
on the back of the thumbs or fors-fingers, or at the low
er extremity of the spine ' attended with itching, and
scaling of the cuticle. In the former cases the Regula
ting Pills will tie tourel sufficient, conjoined with the re
lief; in the tatter the Resolvent internally, with the At,-
lief applied externally, diluted at first, but gradually in
creased to its full extent. The Regulating Pills may be
advantageously used, if indicated by the state of the
stomach and bowels.
The effect of the alkaline contact is sometimes shown
In colic, C011•111E101111 and diarrhosa. The Relief will re
move these. Lemonade should be used occasionally as
a drink, and orangee or any ripe fruit slightly acid will
be found to be a pleasant as well as a valuable adjuvant.
Buttermilk answers a good purpose in these cases.
Bleachers and others =posed to Chlorine or other pines of
Are apt to be attacked by pains in throat, Atomach or
bowels, excessive thirst and tenderness of abdomen. If
the exposure is long continued at one timo.there comes
an acid taste in the 'mouth which leaves after the free
air is inhaled; but this only occurs from sheer neglect.
The symptoms named first give way to the Ready Re..
lief. The addition of a alight dose of calcined magne,
sia will aid the action of the medicine slightly; but it is
not absolutely necessary.. The Relief will do its work
well without it. The maers of loco-foco matches ire
sometimes troubled with the above symptom?, caused
by the phosphorus which enters into the compqition
of the bps.A chronic inflammation of the gloMin and , EGIOIN* INSURANCE CO.
Lenin's 1.9 sometimes the result of this—coming 1.1- fa y AJ
insiduoudy, and if not checked extending to th wind- OF/PITTSBURCH - .. - -
thepipe and e ' &l i ef= the fir h o in n i ghim bes ° eZ h
called by IsFICE-..lir‘. 37 . Fifth Street, Bank
raenoes it may be 80011 checked by a gargle made up of _ Block.
°kris' proportions of: the Ready Relief and w„.;:r. ][ l :4Slj AGAINST ., ALL KINDS OF
we will next examine the eases of those • sre af- FIRE AND MARINE RISES. •
tected disease from irritating substatai to 'q)' President; JOHN D. McCOII.D. Vie?
the lungs end air-passages mechanical' , N, p :ant: . D. - DG 1100 E, .8f:el - Mary ; Capt. WILLLoi
indeed, some of those mentioned prev General - Agent.
cleansed. - „outtcsmis-- - Lasac - Jones. C. G. Bn.ssey, Harvey Childs.
Orrpet and ether- Weavers, Charcoal r 4 , Capt.H. C. Gray,'Jolin &Wilson. B. L.Fahnestock. John
kers, Whitsmiihs. .Locksmiths, aloe' I D. McCord, Isaac M.Pennock..-R..r. Sterlmg..C.ipt Wm.
Fur Dealers, Glass Cutters and . Dean. Thos. M. Howe, Robt. H. nairj•R - mitts
kern. 'ha Paeless:Cwsrs, Fele
.3ptorsoStasse Cutters, Skitcrai Curpe A ND- PATER.4—Z)O reOxis ler sale by
and &red Siceeseni and Woot . B.A. co..
Are subject yto bronchial affections and con. -a" -
cor. Wood and First at... •
gumption, arising from the llodhog partivh.4 of tore
twig matter disengaged during the prove., in crlaeli tle )
aro engaged, and entering the air tetssage.4. In all ~ ( 1, 1 ,
Omett-Radway'a Ready - Relief. -ripytlted-,'rternallv over
the throat and eheat,, and the Ftenovalnig Re :_ , heel,
taken internally, will eiwedily ctleet a Wore, and remove
all traecai.ofincrpient consuntption..,,. -
Hatters • '
irt , "included in the :tame position. but the
advent , or. . h ats hap greatly . (limine.lied this tend-
Elley. A - ' %tor is very LIC , c ~.Ary as a proven:ore,
and, indeeti; Winn Aid to cure. A odic handkerchief
loosely tied over the mouth and 'novtriln, when throctlY
exposed, is as good na anything_ A generous diet, vig
orous. out-door exercise, and the nFo of tho Ready Re
lief and Itesolvent will anon restore the eystern to
Farmers, flostlerq, (troorris, and all who Randle flay,
are liable to the. distressing, though rarely fatal; com
plaint, asthma. Tito fumes of ehollao produce the same
and Ilene° hatters, and especially those who
make sealing wax, are subject to it. Aellintatio people
are proverbially lonteliced. yet the complaint is by no
means agreeable. The Ready Relief will mitigate or •
remove tn e parOxystus of . the disease, and the Reno
rating Resolvent, taken arcording to direction, Will Gf
feet Itt Care.
from the Radon of the acid of fermentation on the skit ,
of their 'iambi, and the almo't crin.tant exclintion, of
air from the `cores by the flour. are enblect to a froahlo
riome itch. For this the Renovating Roeniventis arwo
remedy. but the Relief, diluted and applied WNih:
will aid in effecting the de,dred end >noneC
... , _
occupations wherein sui Idea mental emotion's. or pso•
tmeted mental labor forms a part. are not only prodit
tire of brain disease. but of a gradual rawali. , sanaad or
softening of the substance of the brat u. whose approacii
may be told hy neuralgia, either just below the eve 6;
above the eyebrow. Asthma and midis - em:Li, the lathit
the parent of - piles. fistula, and similar rrettblosorne
complaints, are often the result. Hence nt is. thin.
Lawyers, Authors. Blitors. Teachers, Jlcreluml,, and Cr,
are affected go much with neuralgia and,costivene. , .--
The treatment in those eases is Rdway's Remy
--internally and: extco.lly--tht pain is/meth:May
after ifs application- Radway's Regulating, fiats will, in
a fete hours, restoreregulitray to the bowels, and liver.
In certain eases of Neuralgia and other nervous alive.
tions, the Resolvent Is requisite.
Iron-Fuunders, l'irrnace-Tenelb.s, (hots, ant Kitchen
are liable to asthma, costiveness, rheumatism, and in
flammation of the spleen and liver. Enlargement of
the liver is very common among all persons exposed to
intense heat. 'fence it is that liver complaints ore
common to tropical climates. It need scarcely be said
that the liver is a controlling organ, and that its de
rangement involves all - the connecting iscern. 'the do.
rangement of this viscus my be combated successfully
by the proper one of the Relief and Regulating
which in the spleen disease also act with speedy good
effect. For rheumatism, if acute, the Ready Relief; ap
plied both externally and internally' is generally found
sufficient, though chronic cases,or such as may be
combined with a scrofulous habit, not yield without
the Renovating Resolvent, which utterly root.out tho
disease, and restores the system to its normsl tate.
leitgwhorsnicre,' Porters, Quo - rumen, arta all
l'ersonsicholAft Great .Weigh - t 8; - -
aro expose d to attacks of pletirisy. The Relief
tweak the violence of this, and with the'Regulati
Pills effect a cure.
Buil(men, Deck Hands, Ditchers, Di-.,ek Bui L rs. .Sad.
. _ .
faring Atm Rafts-nicn, Physicians. Stage-
and all exposed to'sudden.ellanges of willttlien. are ha
the to liver complaint and rheumatic affections, but
more especially to spleen disease.
through long • abstinence from vegetal:tie are sub.
iect to scurvy. The use of Radway's Regulating Pills
and Renovating Resolvent is n sure antidote for this
distemper. In WI cases of ship-fever, et - lull-pox. chid
era. or yellow fever, Radway's Ready Relief and Regu
lating Pills are positive preventives if taken before the
attacks, and certain curatives if used after.
are liable to stiffer from diabetes, for which the Rego
toting Pills and Resolventshould be used.
who are frequently much exposed, should never be
without the Ready Relief, especially in visiting parties
sick with contagious diseases. The head. hands 'anti
face thoroughly washed with it, and a full dose of it.s:s
taken internally just previous to the visit, will eflectu- '-
ally prevent contagion. The power of the Relief in the
matter of contagious diseases is really wonderful. It
is a sure pecrentico to small-pox, and In a well-known
disease, among cattle, known as PlnchsTongue, .des
pending, no doubt, upon some contagious - rims, yields
so readily to thin remedy. that
Drorcrs and Catlie , D,l,,,
through the South and West, look upon it as a sover
eign and infallible remedy in all such eases. Hence,
&&nlev, Planters, or Eariiice.ss residing in. tuna UT firm
ally orerfietrod groinute,
Vitt find the Relief aprotection agninet fever and ague
and other nialarions 'dinesnen:
Printers and )liners,
The former from standing so long at the case , and the
latter from their cramped position in the mines, aided
no doubt, by the dampness, hare more or less trouble
some affections of the joints occasionally. ThiPh i ill
always yield to the Relief and Regulating Pillst r unlcss
suffered to run too long, when the Resolvent may be ,--•
Butchers — A.
Occasionally have life or limb endangered by a scratch
or cut from a knife which has been used in dressing or
opening an animal too long killed. Swelling of the part,
itching and enlarge.ment of the neighboring glands
(kernels) follow. The wound should-be washed, and
bread poultice (not bread and milk,) moistened with
some drops of Ready Relief, employed. The swelling
should be bathed witti the Relief. andthe Regulating Pills
used until the violence of the symptoms has abated. It
may a.ss well be mentioned here, that the making of a
really good poultice is little understood. Stale bread
should be rubbed into a fine crumb. and placed in a soup
plate or large saucer; over which iv -Ater, while
must be poured. A similar plate or saucer is now to bo .
placed over this, the two grasped firmly and held up
sideways so that the water will drain out. The wet
=amble now to be rubbed into a pasty consisteneevvith
a spoon, placed on a rag at once, and applied to the part
as warm as the, patient will bear. As soon as it begins
to harden around the edges is fresh one should be Sub
stituted, and thus a continual fermentation be kept up.
That is the trite poultice. which may. be medicated by
the Relief, or otherwise, if required.:
Basket-Makers. Boot,ancl State Makers and Tailors,
from their sedentary habits, are subject to piles. anemia,
tympanite_y costiveness; hypochondria, diabetes; St.
N'ibis' dance. dropsy of chest, general debility, and, if
- the habit of the body tend that way, to apoplexy, or it
not, to consumption and Jung disease. The treatment
of these under our system is summary and effectual.—
For hypochondria, the Ready Relief and Pate; for drop
sy and St. Vitustidance, the Regulating Pills and Resol
vent; and for anemia, alt three of the remedies. The
treatment of the other affections fiave been - already in
The complaints of females engaged at various occu
pations are somewhat different from melee, in conse
quence of their peculiarity of organization. It is
that those who lead a sedentary life, or are occupied in
pursuits which require them to stand or lean over their
labor, are subject to similar diseases with those of the
opposite sex in like occupation. Thus
Feather Dressers, Milliners. Paper Folders, Paper Bn.r
Makers, Match DripPers. Seunistraacs- amit
are liable to costiveness, piles and general debility. But
what they hare most to dread is the derangement of
those secretions which nature has wisely given them
for their health and comfort - They are parucularly lia
ble to hysteria,obstructed, painful, or irregular menetru
anon, whites, kidney weaknea.s, nervous debility, swim-'
suing of the dead, intlammation of • the ovaries and
womb disease, for all of which the -P.to,( arid Regula
ting Pills are cofidently proscribed; or subject to elder
oafs, to be removed by the use of the in addi
tion to the other two remedies named..
Perhaps Perhaps of all female occupations, that of
The Factory Girt -
is liable to the most (nett - easing symptoms, more eepe
ciany when the ventilation of the work-room is not per
fect. Standing position, monotonous employment, and
floating particles continually drawn into the air pea.
sages, all combine to weaken, depress and destroy.—
Yet by prudence. care and the use of Radvay's Remo.
dies, even the faetory . girl may bid defiance to death and
the doctors-otherwise a very formidable partnership
to fight. • .
For the preeent we draw our remarks to adorn But ,
it does not follow that all occupations should be aban
doned wherein people are subjected to field runes, pois
onous materials, irritating vapors or particles, intense
heat, changes of weather, exposure, and the debilita
ting effects of stationary or constrained poeitions.—
With ordinary prudence, out-door exercise, and the use
when indicated by symptens, of.44wheery'sißeady Relief
and Bejulating Pills will be fountiall sufficient to pre
vent or cure, except in chronic uises, or these - in which
the system has been rostrated; and even there, Rail'
way's Renovating BesoGtentwill speedily remove all oh.
stacles to the kindly influence of nature, and tins re
store the systm to perfect health.
In truth, if t e !lately Relief be kept constantly on
hand, and use at the outset of every attack according
to directions, it alone will 'be retina enough to avert or
combat all the deleterious effects we have named, and
may be considered the great shield - Of those who other
wise would be overcome by disease and death:
It is not so many years since Rtidwars Remedies have
been introduced; for the birth of that perfection of
chemical and pathological Rffteectitmon which they are
hissed is itself comparatively new. The principles of
their action areas as. humanityltstelf, hut it remain•
ed for modern science to develop and apply theme—
How successfully this has been done, the overwhelming
popularity and universal sale of Radway'a Remedies
show. The sovereign power of these blesings to the
sick and suffering is indisputaele; they are in themsel
ves the entire vegetable rnateria triethea: and they are
rapidly superseding all the inert or_poisenous drugs
whose use and abuse has done so much to bring ,
"Death into the world, and all our woe.'
The price of Railway's Remedies places them within
the reach of every human being—the . Reedy Relief is
sold fok 24 cents, 50 cents, and $1 per bottle r,Radway's
Pali, 2S cents perbox: ReselVent,.sl.a bottle. -
octlaflaidalamw-3m 146:23 John st., New York.
terwr.t enee and ail diseases crisis , 4 fr and
om the halm
a.id other excesses.. P= the unpublished
_V. Ito:angled, I). •
Pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and
mall, by which every sufferer, no matter what hiscon
dittom may cure himself srlthosit the Imosrledge of ecen
a rums mite, am! at toe :east, possible cool, thereby aro1•1-
1-, Ike eyntja quacks And smack nip -strums ot the day.
The author Rays French Physichmot greatattainments.
who vent many years In Investigating the nature and
to airhatimeir grave. - Sent' Roder seal toasty idne , .
en receipt of two postage stamps.. - •
/Maims, B. C. PAINE A. CD, Loulsidlle,l KY .
THE PUBLIC BLESS - LNG WHICH IS
now universally admitted to- - exist in id FATS
LIFE PILLS AND- PHGENIX RITTE - every day
demonstrated by their a.stonisiung effi yin the cases
which they are announced to cure. Me complainu,
ofihe stomach and bowels; weakrte of the digestive
organs and of the system general , billions and liver
affections, night_ fevers, _headache , piles. cost:Renea,..,
consumption,rheumatism,scury mpu.rnYof th,l blood,
or blotched and Ballow complepons, soon yi'eldfte their
curative properties . A singlgoinal, invariably secures
them the title of the beatly medicine new) before
the public. For sale by the roprietors, W. B4lorrer.
at his office, Saa Broadway eivA ork. and ptorellteeiwrp
and druggists generally. .1. noSZmdaw