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nitta. apiertaie , , rei.pectioity4tiforins the public that he
tr.. 4 removed his readeThade cothif-warebottse to the
-auilding rerentiy (termini's, by Mr. R. G. Berfotd.dlrectly
opposite his old stand, where he is always prepared to at
tend promptly Wan y iwders in his line, and by strict at
tension to all the details of the business of an 'Undertaker
ht. hopes to merit public confidence. He will be prepared
at ALL BOORS to provide. Hearses, Biers, Carriages and
every reoutsiteon the AMA liberal mind!. Lath from the
country will be promptly attended to.
Hi. reekienee Is In the same building with his ware
imams, where those who need his services may nnd him
at any time. RartfliNCts:
i &LAX HARRIS, RI.V• I•illill K. DAVIS,
sep 10 RIV. E. T. swirl.
Et aa uQl:ll2:Liada
- Together whit every description of Leiter Press Print
Inc, furnished whit neatness and despateti, and on mode
rate terms, at the office of tile Daily Morning Post.
sep 10
TAMES HOWARD 4. Gl,. Alasufaeturers of Wall
Paper, No. 18, Wood Street, Pitts burg A, Pa.—
+lave always on hand an extensive assortment of Satin
Glazed and Wain PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and
Imitation Borders. of the !west style and handsome
patterns. for papering halls, parlors and chambers.
They manufacture and have on hand at all times—
Prlntin. Writing. Letter, W' rappinc and Tea Paper,Bon
net and Fullers' Boards—all of which they offer for sale
on the most accommodating terms: and to which they
invite the attention of merchants and others.
ALSO—Blank Books °fall kinds and the hest quality,
School Books, etc. always on hnnd and tor sale us above.
N. B finest nd Tannsrs' Scraps' taken In exchanae.
EL ,—The, sitliscilber respectfully in•
fora his old friends and the public that lie has
openen a Temperance Hotel,in fifth street. near the Ex
change Bank, and in the house lately occupied by Mat.
thew Patrick, and has hoisted an Ironiclron
City Hotel," where he will be very Itacy to accommo
date all who may please to call Op him. His I aide
Shall be provided with the best fare, and every pos,itile
accommodation to town and country customers, and
A few boarders who wish to lodge In their stores or of.
flees, can he taken, and gentlemen who live out or town
can have their dinners daily.
He has large and gond stables, and the best Flay and
Oats, and a gr,nd Hostler, and will accommodate travel.
ere arid gentlemen who have horses.
Boarders taken by the day, week or year. Charges
more moderate4han at any respectable Hotel in the c
S ity,
sep 10 JOHN IRON.
LIBRARY of Religious, H tst 011 ica olit ical.and Mis
cellaneous Works, will be open evert, day, Sa'dhath ex.
cepted. 'torn 7 o'clock, A. M., tint 9, P. M., in the Ex
change Building, corner of St pair street and Exchange
alley, where punctual attendance will he e iven by
Pep 10 GEMMIL.
WASHINGTON II A L subgeriber has
opened tile late residence of James Adams, Esq.,
deceased. for the reception of visitors and boarders;
he house is very plcasaWly situated on the hank of the
Ohio, 2 miles from the city—possessing all the delight
ful accompaniments of a counlry residence, without
being too tar distant for per.s.nis doing ho=tness in the
city. Visitors will tic furnished with every delicacy of
the Reason.
Au Omnibus runs reuularlycvery hour from the A lie
g heny e wt nil he I.3ridee.
N. It —No Alcoholic beverages kepi.
sep 10 WM. C. II Eft N.
PITTSBURGH CUTLERY, and Surgical , In.
female-lit 'thine:wit:try —The Suttperilter
tares and keen: eonsi atilt y on hand, .Vert' titscription
of Cailerv, Suellen' sun Dental Instruments; Tailors. Hair
Dre.4r and lititters' Patent Shears. Saddlers' tools, 4c.
All goods manufactured of the best materials, and all
nyt,r- nul..:.nd to with the greatest deb - patch, at the low-
CSI Ca.h
2,ner4l done. and v-nrronted lo 2ive saiis
- J. r4RTWRIC.FIT. •.Pplo
11001IBIN DING. —Si Tandless4-
IL/ Johusoli. Bookbinders and Paper
k g I Milers, S. W. corner of Wood and
Fours to streets, are now prepared in re•
ecote all kind.: of Itookbinding and Pa.
• ' per Ruling (teal oeF,s and despatch.
V7.-Bla Ilk books titled and bound to
any given pattern at the shorte , l notice.
N. R All work done a.. ibe ahove is w.irranted. ( , e plO
W. BIDDLE, Surgeon Dentist, has returned to
hts otd stnird, No. 107, Smithfield Street,
where he can he consulted any hour during the day,
nn htn profession. nee 10
REMOVAL.—Geor:e Armor. Merchant Tailor,
respectfully announces to his friends and pa•
Icons, that he has re',loved his establishment from his
old stand, in Third street, to the corner of Front and
Smithfield, in the basement story of the Monongahela
House; where be intends keeping on hand a aeneral as.
seamen( of Fashionable Goods, suitable for Gen.
I lemon's wear.
He hopes. by close opal kat ion, to merit a share of the
hostiles. so liberally extended to twilit at his old stand.
N. R Having inade arraitarinettis in New York and
Philadelphia, with Ihe most ra , hinoohle Tailors, for
the reception of Paris and L3lllit , !! Fashions, customers
may rely out having their orders crocoleei according to
the tat est style. GEORGE ARMOR.
neat 10
LA RD OlL.—Tha Subscriber would most respectfully
inform the public in genera iltat he has an article of
aLril Olt of a superior quality, manufactured at the Marla.
netWil Mattufactory,by R.W.Letti 4- Co.,whielt is warran•
Ind to be squat to the best Sperm. Oil, both for Light and
Itinenitt.try. Tats Oil is entirely free from any glut i noun
tnailer,smoke, or unitlen,ant odor. and it is as clear and
as white as spring water. Not a particle of crust is left
no the. wick. Tire light is pure and brit iaut,
and- wilt last as long. if Het Ininevr, titan Ibat from an . I
eganticrantity of Sperm. Oil. The cat.sc,ilter inform:
the public that he has taken a plat e near v ounosii the
post Mitre, where he will II•2 itt tip several dtlferet I lat Cps
eve., evening. tint he would resprranll3 invhe the in
habitants of Pittehur....h. A Iteehen c. and their vicinity, to
.calf end judge for themselves. He feels confident they
will he convinced that the shove clatetnent Is perfectly
eorrecl. Out of twW.huttdred indvidanle who have tried
the Oil, there Ilan not been a single faith found with it:
The Lard Ott MIAS - one third less than Sperm. He would
respectfully solicit the early attention of Peelers and Ma.
chiohtts to the above.
Tile ft:Mowing Chttretteit are now ustng the Lard Oil:
Second Prevhyiefinn Church, Pitt-hurl:l4
New Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Pitisbutgh,
First Presbyterian Church, Allegheny City,
Associate Reformed Church, do.
All the barrels ate branded R. W. LEE t Co., Chicle.
heti, 'Ohio,
We, the nridesigticka, Captains cf the Express Line of
Packets, on the Pennsylvania Canal, have tried and are
using an article of Lard 011 introduced here by Matthew
C. Paley, and manufactured by R. W. Lee ¢ Co., at the
Cincinnati' Oil Factory.
We feel eonildent aseerting,lhat the a' ove is equal
to the best Sperm Oil; that It byentirely free from smoke
or any other glutinous matter whatever; the light In per
fectly pure. cleat and brilliant. and will last as long, if not
-itincer thtin that from an equal quantity of Sperm. Oil,
We hate no hemilatton in recommending it to our friends
and to 'have who ace 011
ItElgainf RUBY, Captain, Packet John Adams.
tsi WAIiLDSRAND, Captain, Packet John Hancock,
As.f,RAIG, do John Madison,
JOHNTIICHOPSON, di. ?o Pittsburgh.
• ViWid:
Fon SALE.-40 M Kentucky &gars, 80 wooden
wle ILIMOT 1..4 piney.
1 200 done* 8 10. 10 12, 10 14 window wish.
30 Reams elf Wriiine. Miler. and wrapping paper.
100. piste, paper hangings. horsier, itc.
5110 hoses wain*. 20 Wm; white lead.
- - 30 bete, and -of Calton Ball.
30hoses 2d and 3d qualli rat Raisins.
20 dos chip hale and Porn brooms.
.pnekainst family medicines aseorled.
p Ail of which will he sold on accalimodating terms
oe eask,..prininess, anti Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and,
aimessiall Anettrrent leak _spina taken In - payment on the
tat poitOir Ws" ISAAO-11Aillt10,
4zentailitemilinhisi o n
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ELV. 11CtL. WILLiAYg, D.
M. C. EDEY, Agent
Piusbur2h. June 21st, 1842
-IrTNlVEHHlTYor . VlSGl NlA.;...Tittittrettwittott
Al. this .Jostittitlms will ratensienait on'.thelist.itay of
October, tad teratinaicoo.thaydth-of July - following. The
schools-of the Unlversitgr, With (heir restiettivi- Proles.
tot.. ARAM Languages—Dr. Gessner Barrioon.
2. Modern Langnages.—Str. Chitties Kraitsir.
3. graraegraites.—Mr. Edward IL . Courtenay.
4. Natural kllorophy.—Mr. Wm. a. Bogert.
5. Civil . Engineering—the subjects of which are di
vided between the Professors of Illathernatics and Natu
ral Phitosophy.
6. Chemistry and Malaria biedica.—Dr. John P. Em
met .
7. Medicine.—Dr-Henry Hower,:
8. A rutionmand Surcery. — td D r. GeorgeTucker.r. James L. Gabel!.
9. Moral Philosophy.—
J. LaW.—Judge Henry St. Geo. Tucker.
In both Schools of Languages are also taught the liter
ature of the respective languages. and Ancient and
Modern History; In the School of Mathematics is ineu z
ded raised Mathematics:An that of Erlffilleering, re inemio
gy, and Geology, in Mato( Moral Philosophy, Belles Let
tree, Logic and Political Economy, and in that of Law,
hmdes muncipal win all i branches, the Law of Na
tured and of Nation L s, a the Scien ce of Government and Con
stitui ional Law.
To he admitted Into this institution the applicant must
he sixteen yea rd of age; but. the Faculty may dispe.nse with
this requisition in favor of one whose brother is a stu
Every student is free to attend the schools of his
choice; but if he he urder twenty one years of age, lie
shall nitend at least three, unless authorized by his pa
rent or guardian, In wrltine, or by the Faculty, for good
cause. in attend a less number.
All students under the age or twenty.one years are re
quired to board within the precincts.
By a resolution of the Faculty, thistersof the Gspel,
and young men preparing for the ministry, may attend
auy of the schools of the University without the pay went
of fees to the Professors.
The enactments which lately required students to wear
a prescribed uniform have been suspended.
Every student resident within the precincts mast, on
matriculation, de poshe with the Patron all the money.
billsolrafts, itc., under his control, intended to defray
his expenses while at the University, or on his return
thence to his home: and the amount so deposited must be
sufficient to pay lus fees to professors. dormitory rent, for
use of public rooms, three months board, a contingent fee
to rover fines and assessments, and to purchase Me text
hooks, 4-c., he may want at the commencement. All
funds:subsequently received by him trust he deposited
wit It the Patron, who has charge of his disbursements;
and upon all depositea a charge of two per centunt coin
mission is authorized,
The act of the Legislature, prohibiting merchants and
others under severe penalt es. front crediting students,
will lie strictly enforced. The license to contract debts,
which the Chairman of the Faculty is authorized to
2rant, is confined (except where the parent or guardian
shall of lierw toe. In writing. request), to cases of urgent
necessity; and t hese, it is hoped, that parents and guar.
dians will, as far as possirde, prevent from arising, by the
timely supply of the requisite funds.
Religions services are performed at the University ev
ery Sunday by the Chaplain, who is appointed in turn
from the four principal denominations of the Stale.
Tlte expenses of the session of nine months are as fol-
Board, washinz, lodging and attendance, $llB
Rent of Dormitory, s`i;for hnlf, (occupied by two,
Use of public rooms and matriculation fee, 15
Fuel and candles, estimated at 20
Fees, if only one Professor he attended, $5O; if two,
to each itsofessor $3O; if more than two, to each
$25, say
Total exciusive of etot hes, hooks and pocket money, $228
In the School of Law there is no extra fee of 20, Pay
able by students aliendine the senior class.
The allowance for clothes is limited by the enactments
to VIA and for pocket money to $45
W I LLIS H V:CODLEY, Proctor and Patron U. of Va.
sep 10
what will destroy Life, and you are a great man.
•'Oisrover what will prolong Life, and the world will
call you Impostor."
t:There are fac u lties, bodily and intellectual, within us,
with which certain herbs have affinity, and over whioh
they have power."
Dr. B. Bra:farm It's External Remedy, or Liniment,
which, by its extraordinary powers, abstracts Pain or
Soreness; thus Sprains, Stiff Sinews, White Sweilings,
Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints,
Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neck e t Throat,
Croup. Contractions of the muscles, Sc S rofuous en
largements, Tender Feet, and every description of In
jury affecting the F.xterior of the Human Frame, are
cured or greatly relieved by his never-to be avfficiently
carolled remedy.
CERTIFV.ATE.—The following letter front Major Gen•
era' Sandtord, as to the qualities of the External Reme
dy, speaks volumes.
Naw Yoga., Feb. 9,1 8 ,42,
Dear Sir—Wi!lyou oblige me with another bottle of
your can client liniment? It is certainly the best of the
kind I have ever seen.. It bas cured entirely my son's
k nee, about which I wasso tiateasy,and I have found it
productive of immediate relief in several cases of eater
nal injury in my flintily. A few evenings since, toy
youngest child was seized with a violent attack of Croup,
which was entirely removed In twenty mirttrs, by rub
bing her chest and throat freely with the External Rem.
etly. I think you ought to manufacture this Liniment
for general nee, Instead of confining the use of it, as you
have heretofore done, to your particular acquaintances.
Yours truly, C. W. SAND FORD.
DR. B. BitAnnarru. 241 Broadway, N. Y.
Ir3 . For sale at NI Broadway, New York, and at Ills
orlice ,No. 91 Wool street—Pittsburgh. Pll ICE-50 cents
Per bottle with directions. seri I
'Phe subscriber otters for sale, al the present redu.
red rates, the greater part of his real estate, situate in
the chic: of Pittsburgh and Allegheny, v 17.; Three of
Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a r SlIbSl bui't,
situate out Market street,l.eiweeti Second and Ft 001. em
bracing a front of about 54 feet by 60 deep. For sale en
tire, or separately to suit purchasers, and upon lung crei'
t s.
Also, a select building lot in Allegheny city, 64 feet in
breadth, II) upward of 350 feet in depth, having too
fronts, one on the Pennsylvania canal aid the other on
Washington street.
Also. the. lot adjoining the above. 100 feet In breadth
by nearly 350 feet in depth, including the large and pie
cant mansion house which I now occupy and nutbuild
Also, a lot with two two story brietc storehouses, situ
ale on the corner of Market and Front streets, subject to
a moderate ground rent, a nd now occupied by NI r. Hoyt
asa groeery. ALEX. BRACKENRIDGE , .
Fro 10
111-t ac VON HUTCHE,Lbri lilt'ALß PI LLS.
These Pills are eomposed of het Its, which exert
a specific action upon the heart, give Intents. or
strength to the arterial system; the Wood is qnickened
and equalized in its circulation through all the vessels,
whet her or the skin, the parts situated Internal ly, or the
extremities; and as all the secretions of the hotly are
drawn from the blood, there Is a consequent increase of
every secretion, and a quickened action of the absorbent•
and exhalent, or disrltarging vessels. Any morbid action
which may have taken place is corrected. Ati obstruc
tions are rensoved,.the blond is purified. and the body
resumes a healthful state. For Sale Wholesale and Re-
I tall by R. E.SI LLERS, Altera,
sep 10No. 20 Wood It, below Second.
Wass of individuals is very numerous. They are those
who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers., work
men In feather stores, stone cutters, bakers, white lead
manufacturers. ore all more or less subject to disease ac•
cording to ihe strength of their constitulion. Tile only
method to prevent disette, ls the occasional use of a
medicine which abstracts from the circulation all delete
rious humors, and expels them by the bowels. Tonics
In any form are Injurious, as they only •: - ..dt off the evil
day to =keit more fatal. The use of Bmndreth's
will Insure health, because they take all impure mailer
' out of the blood; and the body is not weakened but
f orentihened by their operation; for these valuable Pills
do not force, but they assist nature, and are not oppcsed,
but harmonize with her.
Sold at Dr. Brandreth's. Office, No. 93 Wood street,
Pitishurgh. Price 25 cents per box, with full directions.
M A RK—The only place In Pittsburgh where the
GENUINE Pills can be obtatned.is the Doctor's own Of.
dee, N 0.98 Wood street. sep 10
.111 L. This infallible remedy.has Preserved hundreds
when thought past recovery, from convulsions. As soon
as the Syrup is robbed, on the inms, the child willsecc v.
er. This preparation is so innocent, so efficacious , and so
pleasant, that noelilid will refuse to let its gums be rob
bed with It. When infeatsare at the age of fear months.
Ow' there ismoappearance 'of teeth, one bottle of the
Ora p ibould he used Mr open the pores. Parents should
sever betwithmathe eyrup in the nursery wherelbere
are young children, for If a child wakes in tie t uleht.with
pain 'intim igiunibtluttircup_burnediately _ aivkii mum, by
opening lhaPurar and healing , the , -Ynntherebr Prevost
if e
g Conmeions t revowts. for We Vdttskside sod
tail by ' - • ..-t` . Id_ 111.4ELLEIde, Admit. •
- i se P' - 10 - - i/o: 2S. Wood Med; WWI, dem&
asreitatentei.erssuesasurssite rarradt valtia.l - 1
ICrThis vildid4olll4 MIT Wm*" spedtdoe. Pt7lti•
sus Tye =mon, and fintriediately Mays the farther rao•
oases or imam. to the bodies of those whorm powers of
life are net already exhitasted. Where human -means
can avail. there scarcely Is any complaiet,or forts of
sickness, that the Bassinticru Puts do not relieve and
generally cure. Although there piltS produce a xxowii
arricr,that effect its not to prostrate the body, as with
tither medicines, hutthe frame is invigorated by the le.
moral of the cause of weaknesi,the morbid, the vitiated
humors from the blood.
Harrell:main themselves, they merely
To throw out the occasion of sickness from the body,
and they require no alteration in thediet or clothing.
In fact, the human body to better able to sustain with.
out Injury, the inclemency of the weather., while under
the influence of this i a feetlott destroying, able-ate eradica
ring Medicine than at any other time.
The importance of Brandreth's Pills for seamen and
travelers is, tberefore,self evident.
By the timely use of this Medicine how much anxiety
and sickness, might. we not prevent. Cold, Minims of
fections, Typhus, Scarlet s tid fevers of all kinds, would
be unknown! But where sickness does erica., let no
time he lost, let the BRA NDRETITS PILLS be at once
sent for, that the Retuedy may he app led, without fur
titer lass of lin e —To Its ftIsms.MBERED
That Braridretli'. Pills have stood a seven years' test
In ti .e United Slates.
That they are a vegttable and Innocent medicine, yet
all powerful for tile femoral of disease, whether chronic
recant; infect lour or otherwise.
Thal they pbrifv the blood, and stay the further pro
gress of disease, in the human body.
That, in many cases, where the dreadful ravages of
ulceration had laid hare ligament and hone, and where,
mail appearance, no human means could save life, have
patient , by the lice of these bills, been restored to good
health; the devonring di s ease having been completely
That eacit-pf the genuine has upon it Tame cOPYtt
That each label has two signatures of Dr. Benjamin
Brandreill upon it.
That tnere must be upon each box three signatures,
B. BRANDarrEI, M. D.
And three signatures, thus:—
"All acute fevers ever require some evacuation to bring
them to a perfect crisis and solution, and that even by
stools, which must be promoted by art when nature
does nut do the business itself. On this account, an
ill timed scrupplousamisatiout the weakness of the body
is of had consequences; for it is that which seems chiefly
to make evacuations necessary, which nature attempts
after tne humors are fit torbe expelled , but is nqt able to
accomplish for the most part in these diseases; and I can
affirm, that I have given n purge when the pulse has been
so low that It could hardly be felt, and the debility ex.
'reale, yet both one and the ether have been restored by
it." The good effect to he derived from the Brandreth
l'ills have to be experienced to be fully believed. By
their timely use neither the scarlet, the typhus fever or
small pox would ever assume their malignant intim
To appreciate to ;he full extent ,tbe incalculable bene
fits of BRA N DRET?I'S PILLS, they must be used when
the First Symptoms 01 Disease present themselves. One
done then, and their good effects will be felt throughout
the attack—lT Is TAKING TIMM IN Tlll= that is the great
secret in the cure of all appearances of disease arising
from had blood,and I presume there are few at the pres
ent day, will say anything of those diseases which affect
the body when the blood is pure. Such diseases I have
yet to see.
Hoping that some who read this may be benefit ted by so
doing. 1 am respectfully,
the public's servant,
241 Broadway, New York.
The pubilc will please observe that no Brandreth Pills
are genuine unless the box has three labels upon it.
each containing a fac sitnilie signature of my hand
writing thus—B. Brandreth. These labels nr! engra•
ved on steel, beautifully designed, and done at an Pa
pence of several thousand dollars. iletneuiber! the top
—the side—and the bottom.
Ent red according to act of Congress in the year 1841,
by Bet pimin Brandreth, in the Clerk's Office in the Dis
tlict Court of the Sot there District of New York.
Dr. B. Brandreth's own o ffi ce, No. 98. Wood Street,
Pittsburgh. Only plLce in Pittsburgh Wheiethe genuine
Pills can tre , obtained. Each Agent who sell, the true
Era ndreth Pill, has nn engraved certificate of Agency
renewed every twelve months, and has entered into bonds
of 8500 to sell none other Pills than these received from
D , . B. or its special General Agent. Mark, the certifi
cate is all engraved except the Doctor's name, whirl/ is
in his own hand writing. Observe, on each certificate
there Is an exact copy of the three labels on each box En.
7.rnverl thereon. Purchaser. see that the engraving of
Ihe labels on the certificate correspond with those on the
The following are Dr. Renjaniin Brarireili's Agents
for the sal, of Iris Vet!eta:.le Univt Pills. in Nllefzhe
ny couty, Pa., who are supplied with the mew labelled
Price 25 rents with reel lons.
Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Street, Pittsbur
A llNheny, Mr. ions GT.•ss.
McKee.port, FL ROWLAND.
Noblest own, ions' JOHNSON.
Stewnris Town, CrixesmAN 4- SPAULDING
EIEWARD TnontrsoN.Wilkinsburgli.
Elizabeilitown.o F. DIEHL.
Enst T,ltwri v. DANIEL NEGLEY.
Parsst.Ey IRwtS, Pleasant
fixvio R Coos— Plninh Township.
War. 0. II eNTER— Allen's Mill. [, , ep 10
P 1 LFS caved by the t se of Dr. thrlich's rompound
Strengthening and German Aperient Pills
Pr. Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the
Agency flow y,ti for the sale of your medicine, I
formed an argeantiairewi.h a lady of this place, who
was severely afflicted with the Piles. Foi right or len
years this lady was subject to frequent painful attacks,
and her physician considered her case so complicated ,
that lie very seldom mese' thed medicine for her. 'Through
my persuasion. she com menced using your Pills, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, %c. JAMES R.ICIRBY
October 3, 1840. Ch a mbershit g, Pa.
g7POffice and General Depot. am No. 19. North Ei e ghth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Suel Frew, corner of
Liberty and Wood streets Pittsburgh. sep 10
INTERESTING CURE performed byDr.Swayees
Compound Syrup of Prunus Virginiana,or Wild Cher
ry. Having made rv.e of this Invaluable Syrup in my fa
which entirely cared my child. The symptoms
wheezing and choking of phlegm, difficulty of breathing,
attended with constant rough, spasms, convulsions, kr.
of which I had given upall hopes of its recovery until I
was advised to ruske trial ni this invaluable medicine.
After seeing the effects it had upon my child, and con
cluding to make the same trial upon myserf, which en
tirely relieved me of a cough that I was afflicted with for
many years Any person wishing to see me can call at
my house iu Beach Street, aboie the Market, Kensington.
We call the attention of the public to the namerous
certificates which have teen in circulation in our paper
and some others of this city, highly recommending Dr.
SWAYNY'S Colllpollllti Syrup of Wild Cherry.—We have
seen the original certificates, and have bo doubt but they
come from truly grateful hearts, expressive of the benefits
which they have received from tt.at valuable compound.
We have acquaintances who have frequently used the
above medicine, Who cnn speak with confidence of Its
virtu.—Saturdny Chronic/a.
Ccrtzemc—With sincerity I would advise
you, one and all, I . oth sick and well, always to have ay
bottle of Dr. SWAYNE'S CS)111p01111d Syrup of Wild Cherry
in your house—it Is invaluable in cases of emergency,
such as Spitting of Blood, Asthma, attacks of violent
Comeau., which is often the cause of spitting of blooa,
Violent ' Nervous Affections, which occasionally come
from fright, and various other causes, producing great
alarm, sudden coldly, from Improper exposure. which
are often let rue to an alatottng extent, for want of
means being ready at handt..-411ed as 1 have used Dr-
Swsvat's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry repentaly
in my family, and always with marked success—l can
recommend it with confidence. as being one of the best
family medicines whith has ever been offered to the
public.—Satarday C kioniae.
Bold by Wm. Thorn, Wholesale 1¢ Retail, only agent
for Pittsburgh. N 0.5 3, Market Street. sep IR
If LI AM REED. Marc/last Tailor.—Respectfully
informs his friends and the public in general
that he has commenced business et No. I 1 Market street,
second door from the corner of Front, where be boles by
strict attention to business to ,wirato share of
N. 8.; Thelateet foidests - raggliffylieeivet the pub;
- Ike. ;Nay *pent on having theVworiceseeutedisk
its the totem style. step 10-'
jacturor l of Tin, Copper,and Skeet /roe Ware, and
Dealer i* Japaned Ware.
No. 26, Afarket Street, (Sign of the Coffee Pot).
Also keeps on hand Portable Tepid Baths; Slipper and
Shower do.; Bright or Planlshed Coffee and Tea Urns
Coffer Filters; Plate Warmers, ,tc, kc; Boni° iron Square
Side Fenders, plain and beautifully ornamented, which
he will sell on reasonable terms, wholesale and retail.
The publicare respectfully requested to call and exam
ine his stock of ware.
[QHIgh est price paid f3r old metals.
Street, Between Wood and Smithfield ete.
Two doors from the corner of Wood street. Con.
stantly on hand an assortment of 100 ready made
COFFINS, of every Mgr and description; covered
ones, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black
Walnut, Poplar. and Plne Coffins.
ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages
furni•thed; Graves procured; and all services rendered
that friends may regal! c.
A.cOdit given in all eases, either olcoffins or carriages,
requested. HENRY BEA RES, Undertaker.
sep 10
175 BBL& WHITE LIME, a superior article, for
sale by J. G. e s - A. G"RDON,
N 0.12 Water street.
VA ZIETY.— Just received from New York, 3000 f
Temperance Almanacs for 1843; 5000 copies o the
Journal of the American Temperance Union and Youth's
Temperance Advocate for September. Also, 2000 Chris
tian Almanacs, and a good assortment of Loomis's Maga
zine and Pittsbuoth, and the Franklin Magazine and Com
mon Almanacs for 1e43; by the gross, dozen or singie;
250 copies ofkrant's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny Bu
siness Dirctory and Strangers Guide, for 61. 'cents. Also,
Cottage, Family, School and Pocket Bibles and Testa
mects, David's Psalms; Methodist and Temperance Hymn
Book , ; the beauties of Harmony, Introduction to Sacred
Music: Mason's Harp with round and patent notes; Chri-t.
Harp..and aintost all kinds of School Books; Guns's Do
mestic 31edicitte; Day Books and Lechers; Writing, Let•
ter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red ink, by the
gross, dozen ,or Nati Is; steel pens, quills, slates. pencils and
wafers:Cyclopedia of History, Western Pilot. and a con.
siderable variety of Books and Stationery, for sale on ac
commodating terms for cash or country prnduce,
ISAAC ILA RR IS, Agent and Commission Merchant,
sep '2 - No. 9, Fifth street.
J. K. Mooaticso. G. E. WARNER. A:
UNION COTTON FACTORY, Alleghe y City, at the
end'Of the upper bridge. The subscribers having
commenced the manufacture of Cotton Yarns, Stocking
Yarn.Cm ion Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting,
4 - c., and are prepared lc fill orders at the shortest notice.
Having selected the latest and most improved machi
nery, and employed the manager who has attended to the
HOPE FACTORY for the last five years, they are manufactu
ring a superior article.
Cotton Warps made to order,
Orders through the Pittsburgh Post Office, or left at the
store of J C. Painter 4. Co., Liberty. street; or Logan
4- Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prompt atten
tion. Address—J. K. tO OOR HE A D CO.
sep 12-1 y
•• . .
/110 PEST A LES...--There is a large class of Females in ;
this City who from their continued sitting, to which
their occupht ions oblige t hein,are affected with costiveness.
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex-,
et lion, sense of heaviness extending over the whole head,:
intolerance of light and sound .an inability of fixing the:
attention to any mental operations; rumbling in the bow..
els, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially after
meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up
stairs; tempre fickle; thesearesymptoms which yield at
once to a few doses of the. Brandreth Pills The occa.
sional use of this medicine would save a deal of trouble
and years of suffering. One, or two, or even three of
the Brandreth Jnst before dinner, are ("fen found
highly beneficial;' many use them very advantageously in
this way; they aid andossist digestion, restore the howeht
to a proper condition,entiven the spirits, impart clear
nese to the complexion, purify the Wood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at Dr. B-audreth's Office. No. 98 Wood street,
Pillshursh—.Price 25 centt per box, with full directions.
' NI A RK—'Phe only place In Pittsburgh, where the
GENUINE Pills can be obtained, is the Doctor's own Of
fire. No 98 Wood street. seri 10
SPRUM EN TS!— 7'. McCarthy, Cutler and Surgical
Instrument .711uker, Titled street, nearly opposite the
Post Office. Pittsburgh
Physicians. Dentists and Druvzisis can have their in•
simulants made by the subscriber of a superior quality
and at Eastern prices.
Tailors! Patent Shears and Scissors always on hand.
also Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect.
fully solicited.
N. B. Allartlcles warranted of the best quality. and
jobbing done as usual sep 10
LIVER CONI PLA I NT.—This disease often tertul
tialcsin another of a more serious nature, if pro
per remedies are not restorted to in time. In all forms
of this disease, Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening
and German Aperient Pills, will perform n perfect cure
—first by cleansing the stornnell and bowels, thus remo
ving all diseases from the Liver, by the use of the Ger.
man A perient P;Ils, after whir h the Compound Si rengt It
ening Pills are taken to give strength and tone to those
tender organs which reinire such treatment only to effect
a permamerd core, vliese Pills are neatly put up In
small parknges, with fall directions. Por sale at No. 19
North Eight St reel, Philadelphia. Also, for sale by Sam
uel Frew corner of Wood and Liberty sts., Pittsburgh Pa,
seri 10
ALLEN KRANIER, Exchange Broker, No. 46, Car.
ner of Wood and Third Streets. Pittsburgh Pa.—
Gold, Sliver, and Solvent Rank notes, bought and sold.
Sight cheeks on the Eastern cities, for sale. Drafts,
notes and hills, collected.
. .
Pittsburgh.Pa, Wm. Bell Co., John D. Davis, 1'
Lorenz. J. Painter Co., Joseph Woodwell, James May
Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson tt , Co.. John H. Brown
Co. Cincinnati, 0., James M'Candless. St. Louis,
Ato , J. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. B; Pope. Egg.
PrefCi Rank Kv.
REMOVAL.—The undersigned begs teave to tolurin
the public, I hat he has removed from his old stand,
to the corn r of Penn and St. Clair st.., O pposite the E x
change Hotel, where lie has tilted up °large PIANO FORTE
Warta Roost, and now offers for sale the most splendid
assort mesa of PIANOS ever offered in this market.
His pianos consist of different patterns, of superior
Rose Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and mo
deled, and consttueted throughout of the very beat ma
terials, w hich,for durability, and quality of tone, as well
as touch, he warrants to be superior to any ever seen
As he has eniarg,ed his manufactory, and made arrange.
ments to supply the increasing demand for this instru
ment, he respectfully requests those intending to . pur
chase to call and rano:foe his assortment before webs.
sing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell Lowsa, for
cash, than any other establishment east or west of the
mountains. F. BLUME!,
Corner of Penn and St. Clair streOts.
sep 10 Opposite the Exchange Hotel, Pittshoreit. Pa.
Evans's Camomile Pills.
Clea•rutcargs.-Letter. from the Hon. Ab'h'or P/VClel
lan,Sullivan County, East Tennessee, Mll emberof Con:ffress.
WminitiGTON, July 3d. 1838.
Sir—Since I have been in this city 1 have used Borne of
your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and ;satis
faction, and believe it to be a most valuable remedy.' One
of my zonsti tuents, Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell cotinty,
Tenneesee. wrote to me to send him some, whieh 1 did,
and he has mployed it very successfully In his prri!clice,
and says it is invaluable. Mr. Johnson,yonr agent at
this place," thinks you would probably like an agent in
Tennessee. If so, I would recommend Dr. A Card6n, as
a proper person t) officiate for the sale of your celebrated
medicine.. Should you commission him he Is willing to
act for you. You can send the medicine by water to the
care of Robert King It- Sons. Knoxville county. T4nnes.
see, or by land to Graham k Floturton, Taseweli East
Tennessee. I have nedonbt but if you had seems in
several counties In East TenneSsee, a great, deal ofimedi.
clue would be sold. lam going to take some of it home
for my own use. and that. of my Mends, and Should
like totear from you whether you would like ari agent
at Slunlvtile, Sullivan Comity: East memoriam; I can get
Wattle the merchants to act for you akl - live nea there.
'train respeetfility.• -
• t /OMAHAS! -1014111 - plig• Tend
Potsak WhOtesiteind - -
- • ,R. It.:I3BIAARS.A gest,
*OO- • No.' - ' trek!
..itMW'4IION Virlienit`.-ali%flolilWK.
.4hit .t2ANIPSZSWIPM/gYfir abiell . 4bgitP•i4
Pittsburgh, Stine 18,4839.
Mr. bona Dssstro DearSir--Having been present,
yesterday. at the experiment which yon were pleased to
Make, in the presence of a number of our business men,
of the safety of your IRON CHESTS, in case of fire,
gives me pleasure to say, that so far as I was capable of
judging, the test was fair, and the result exceeded my
The Chest was a small one, about 41(1 inches high, by
about 18 or 20 inches in breadth and depth, and was pla
ced on a block of wood about a foot in thickness, so as
to elevate It about that height from the ground; several
books and newspapers were deposited Inside of it, in the
manner in which Merchants and others would usually
place them—a large quantity of light pine wood [slabs
from an adjoining Saw Mitl,] was then placed around'
and above it, and the fire kindled on the windw
thechest. ard side,
no as to drive the fiaute against the hack part of
The fire was kept up about three quarters of an hour,
until you had gone among the spectators and received
from them their universal answer thattthe test was
sufficient. The chest was then drawn out of the fire,
and cooled, and opened, and examined. The contents
:were all safe. and the only injury done was to the back
one book which appeared to he a little endued. From
twhat I witnessed, I think that these chests are desert , '
ring of confidence, as affording, perhaps, the best security
to Merchants for their hooks and papers, which they can
have without building large, thick, and expensive vaults.
I would consider them a better :zeeldt) , titan many vaults
which I have seen built. Your Wend,
We concur In the above statement, having been pres
.sent when the chest was tester , .
W. if. Cooper, J. ff. Shoenberger,
J. lavish'', J. Painter,
R. Miller, Jr. C. L. Armstrnno•
Thomas Craig, S. G. D. Howard,
Ertract of a Letter from Pugh 4- Ainord, dated Cin
cinnatt,29th .Mar: h:1342-
J. Denning, Pittsburgh, Pa. Respected Friend: We
have the sail:if:union to state as the test recommendation
we can give of the utility of your Iron Safes, bat we
haw! one of them which was in an exposed situation in
our counting room, at the time of the fore, on the morn
ing of the 10th inst. which consumed our Pot It Hoth.e h
pettier wlth a large portion of the meat, lard, ke, whic
it contained; —and that our bocksand papers which were
in tile Safe, were entirely uninjitied, and were taken
from it after the fire; without ever being discolored.
Your., ‘S•c. PUGH 4- AL PORD.
Extract of a Letter from Slater ,4 Holbrook, dated St.
Louis, Feb. 24th, 1841.
MR. DENNING. Dear Sir: One of your second sizechests
was burned a few days as,o, in a leather store-•it pre
served its contents. Respectfully yours,
LIVER. COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. liar
itch's compound Strengthening and Aperient Pills.
Mr. Win. Richards, of Pittsburgh, Pa.. entitely cured of
the above distressing diseaee His symptoms were pain
and weight in the left side, loss of appetite, vomiting, acid
eructations, a distension of the stomach. sick head-ache,
furred tongue. countenance changed ton citron color, diffi
cult y of brew hi ng. disturbed rest, attended with a cough,
great debility, with tither symptoms indicating great de
rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richard ,
had the advice of several phys4cians, but received no
relief. until using Dr. Ilarlich's 'Medicine, which termina.
ted in effecting a pe-feet cure.
Principal Office. 19 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.
For sale in Pittsburgh by Samuel Frew, corner of I.ther
ty and Wood streets. sep 10
Cincinnati, February 15. 18 , 40.
Dr. SWASNE—Dear 'ir:- Permit me to take the liherty
of writing to !,ou at lids time to express my apprubation,
and to recommend to the attention of heads of families
and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound
Syrup of Prunus Virginiana, or Wild Cherry Bark. In
sty travels of late I have seen in a seat many instances
the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving chil
dren of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughing,
tVheezing, Choaktrg of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, frc.
fre. I should not have written this letter. Itowevet ,at
pesent,altbough I have felt it to duly to add my testi
loony to it for sonic time, had it not been for a late In.
stance where the'medicine above alluded to was maim•
mental in restoring to perfect health an -only child,"
whose ease was almost hopeless, in a family of my rte.
quaintance. “I thank Heavrn," said the doating moth.
.r ' , my child Weaved front the Jaws of death! 0 how I
feared the relentless ravager But toy child is safe! -is
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in Ihisor any
other country. I ant certain I'save witnessed more titan
one hundred cases where It has been attendrd with corn.
I)tele t=urreF , I ant using it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of Bronchitis, in which It moved effectual in a ox
reedingly snort time. considering. 11. e severity of the ease.
I ran recomend it iti the fullest confidence of its superior
virtues; I would advise that no faintly should be without
0; it is very pleasant and always beneficial—worth
double and often ten times its pi ice. The eublic arc as.
mired there is no quackery about it. B. i•CASAN, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
N. V.
Sold by W M. THORN. wholesale 4.• retail, only agent
for Pittsburgh. No. 53, Market street. sep 10
P A R'P Al ENT. —The plan of instruction in this de.
pa rtment of the Universityl.presents peculiarities not to be
found in no other School of Medicine in thelUnion. The
Lectures commence on the first of October, and termi
nate on the 4th of July ensuing.
Owing to the length of the session, which embraces n
period of nine months, three Professors are enabled to
perform all the duties which in other medical institutions
are usually assigned to six; and the students are seldom
required to attend more than two lectu ea on the same
day. By this arrangement,the students have an oppor
wilily of being well grouneed In Anatomy. Physiology,
and other elgmentary Branches of Medical Science, be
fore they investigate their applications In connection
n ith mite study of the practice of Medicine and Surgery
Immediately before each lecture. the students are sub
jected ton full and and rigid examination on the prece•
ceding feet ure, or on portions of approved text hooks. It
lis apparent, that the plan, of which the outlines have
been briefly stated, is one which allows the student to
Icommence as well as to complete his medical studies in the
institution; and presents a happy combination of the ad
vantages of the system of Instruction by private pupil
age and that of public lectures. .
AO ny person of approved moral conduct may offer non
candidate. and receive the degree of M. D., without ref
erence to the time he has been engaged in the study of
I medicine or ofjoining the school, provided lie undergoes
In a satisfactory manner the various examination pre
wilted by the enactmen.s.
The Professors are;
John P. Emmet, M.D., Professor of Chemistry, Phar
macy and Materia Medici'.
Henry Howard, M. D., ProfMnitor of Pathology and
Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics and Medical Jurispru.
James L. Cabe% M. D., Professor or Anatomy, P hysi
olotty and Surgery. WILLIS H. WOODLEY, Proctor
sep 10
Ilarelsrgb, August 24t h, 7842.
LONGING, TO THE STATE.—protice Is hereby gi
ven that in por'sunnee of the seventeenth, eighteenth,
nineteenth and twentieth Seel {One of the Aat,af Assembly
passed the 27th day of July, ISt44lpehiflll be recoil i
ved at the State Department attllttheiliet:day of Novem
ber next, for the sale of all auti-esiiist this Otnals and
Rail Roads belonging -to,,sbe Ottainiemstealtb, for which
Eta te,Sidck. at par la I ue, wrill ht 3 reeelied,ie. payment.
Each individual or Company is required, specifically, to
stale, the partrenlity. line of Canal or Rail. Road which
they desire to Infrchase, the amount of their respective
bide therefor, the given and surnames of all concerned In
the offer, together with their gtiaceer Oki of residence.
In order that Ike sanio miy belaid befortOke next Leg-=
ale re.
The proposaleinust *sealed; up 1104. - aireeted to the
Secretary of Cofuoutniveafih litth uni litirOganetst on the
itane:- i j x•riftile for • the jiiTqloa _Of. :Os PsUie
Works." i 'Hy Order Ofthe
1.- _ • - PlijuiCeiN - _
Isecretary, of We Coitiow
• 4 , 1,10660,-PirRNT BARETIt it GCIA
iLt sun% apittn,
. 311 N tleirsoaLh O tropui
h e Nuci_ps E - .. doopoe
: 71 1 , ,A.d,
T,Ei 1
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J. provided with the Safety Guard bu t
hills printed with a figure of the mums,
ful you are not deceived by misreorttetei
t gents y c. hue s a t r a d t stating
followingl " he i pi r sa b oar
o l o p.if
Guard, when they are rot e 1 secured stiailit
first on the list have the improved appgrat t ;
apparatus it Is impossible for an ex ptosion to
LADY OF LYONS, eg, t) e ,
IDA, VICTRESS, * -- - s -
. .
MUNGO PARK, 01110,
NEPTUNE, Ca:lU A, - - v`-''.
ADELAIDE, J H 1.1.1L13.,41:::,, - ,- -
The traveling community ale revorcifiN
before they make a choice of 'a boat, to nt,t,. , : .
and see whether it would not be lo 1 1,,, a,.
and security to choose a Safety Guard iw . ,,,..,
passage anti freight, in preference to one oti ,-,.,.,
against explosion—and that they will ~......
that this invention has tire unqualified th.-w^
fifty steam engine huilders—gentlemen a ce : ..
it is in understand the subject, and who2re.l.-- , ,
interested—Besides a number cif rertificamt , i'..,i,
lc gentlemen and others—all of which cam ,- ,
my office, No 10. Water street, where it ir ":.
pleasure at nil times to exhibit my lone
who will lake tire trouble to rail.
- sep 10 CA OW ALLADEI i,„,..
Robe Bell,
A. Cordell,
3. 11. Hoge,
J. IV. HoyC:
Invaluable Remedy.—The eriteme
Teeth, their indispensable use, and the freq•.:
decay, has led to many inveltliJ es for thth
vet how to pre serve them in a stated healll.
beauty, to the lateal period: , of exislritle,
unknown until the discovery of die short
proparnliOn. II fortne a pure I inriure cam
etable Inrrdients, and is possessed of th , Mo.
odor. It eradicat es tartar from the WO. ft
of incipient decay, polishes and preterrtrde •
which it gives a pearl•like w•hitrness mi. fres
feeling properties, possesses the vi rice
to the breath.
As an Anti- Scorbutic, the Gums tOssOf o4
cedent powers; Scurvey Is eradicated. `s.
heathy action and redress Is Induced, wit-. -
notice of the medic' practitioner induldtak
their healthltil state. It has been examin
several of the best physicians of this
hestitation in recommending it as an excek
the Teeth, Onms.etc.
Prt pared only by WILLIAM THORN. ::
and Chemist, No. 53 Market street, Pittslsnr.
all the principal Druggists, and at Cook's Niro: -
86 Fourth street.
JOHN HART. Commission Jtierelumt, b •
duce and American Manufactures, AIL
Jno. G rier, Esq., Pitisburghi
Aaron Hart,
James Cochran or 11'd. ••
J no. D. Davis,
M'Vay & Hanna,
Avery, Oeden 4• Co. "
J no. Woodliourne, Esq . ., Madison
Farm on which 1 live, in Wilkins to
Brathlnct:sfiehL containing one hundreds
acres; about 711 acres of which is cleared. and
(inhered. There are upon it three lot
nr <I a barn 63 feet by 34; an apple ordamt
Also, alx,ut seventy acres of rove. The son is
be equal to that of any upland cam
Terms made known on apaticalinsw, the sal. ,
in the,premises. WILLIAM WALLACE;'
WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain aid Fur! .
and Picture Frame Afar ufactiver`
Fourth Street Pntsburgh.—Canvass Brost:
itc., for Artists, always on hand. Looking 6 :
promptly framed to order. Repairing done.r
eat not fee.
Particular attention paid to regilding and
ery description.
Persona fitting up Steam Boats or houses IP+
their ad vantage to call.
WHITE LEAD.—The subserrters pre n
In furnish painters, and other. sib° •
chase pure White Lead made of the best lo
ranted equal, if not superior to any offered!
All older , addressed to Dunlap k Hughes,or:
4 . Co, • Nn.VHlSecond street, Pit t.hurati. lo
attended to. DUNLAP 4
sept 10
- -
.1-a Fifth St., one dour from Old Stand kilt
The Subscriber respectfully inturnis
Pittsburgh and vicinity that he has cossA
tailing Shoes of his own manufacture, al
where he will keep constantly on hand
meta of all kinds of ladies. misses, and
and shoes. of the best quality. which win
ces to suit the times He will also make
kinds of fancy work—such as white Pi
slippers . . colored gaiters, and buskins. 12 ,116. ...
children's &Islets, silk gaiters,'ke., kr.
will' be made at the shortest not ire. and is'
ner. Ladies will please call and exaniineig,.;„
as the subscriber feels confident that heat r
any article in his line they may w ant. „
sep 10
P. S. Don't forget the place—No.B. riCti:
door from HarrisVi'l ntelligence Odite.
from Market Street.
ILLIAM DIGBY having taken the
W the
business Of DUDDY $ fIOPZWV.L.
Liberty atreet and 42 Market street, bete
thanks to the numerous friends and rest,
firm, for the very liberal support they Osl e
tended to him, in connection with Mr. O'
w ishes to assure them that every exertion'
merit the continuation of the same. Flea
pectfutly invite their attention to his
Clothing,which he intendsselling at
k mutt
than has been ever offered, being d.sons
the whole of the stock of the late firm elo
Bible; ar.d as he intends to confine himself l°
cash =business, he feels confident nod est
surpasiktittadock. either in cheapness ,
Piewifita takeotice t tut every article
sol i
lured fp, Pittsburgh.
AII":161. MORROW. Jiaymfactsrer of
Shut furs Wire, Ni 0.17 Fifa
W du
ood i Market Strettr.—is prepalod
in his line at the shortest notke•
and others are solicited Waal , and exam's°
of Wares. which wifiliebold who:awls w
al :tense.
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