Daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1842-1843, September 30, 1842, Image 4

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411 M, illtittes deers Pee the IX 8. lark. .WA Ow
.**ll,44Adirtaker,:respeetftilly-leforms the politic that he
-40101411016Ved his ready made eodie warehouse to the
10..lattsgsotantir occupiedby 111 r. It. G: IterfordAtrectly
-41881,18ttlele old stared, where he is always prepared to Al•
dteedirreelyily teeny Oftifill In tilt line, end by miciat.
ihrtahtele all the detail! , of theinistness of an Undertaker
...lie hOferWittetitpubtiezoaldetmes -He will he prepared
,eiteetateelits to - provide Hearses. Ekes, Carriages and
;ewers telpstaite turthe most liberal helms. Calls from the
esteetry, wiitbe proinOtty.attended to.
1 -7-tviihr milldam is la the same -building with his ware
;Njißistiiirltere those who need his services may find him
Wier Um. larcaancra:
- iv.w.savisar., RSV. JOHN SLACK. D. D.
r.sosistastinica. RIM. ROSZAT ERUCT, D. D.
Oik2as tramron, rev. DilllCDt. SY/LLIA.IIII, D.
-lc S. a'sotvits, *ay. JOBSPH Exam,
- .11DICVAIDO" ADV. J•111D1 a. DkDIS,
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ua2 Toasteasta - .
tfilltgg.E. ADDRE" , S , DO.,
Aiiitgaz :OF JADING, CIRCULARS, 4r.4-c.
- .V,Agetlfier with every description of Letter Press Pe in'
~ .11iiii; funished with neatness and despn tell , and oil mode
rite tiOnai,sit the office of the Daily Morning Post.
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11 iep, 10 , —.
1-11411111 EB HOWARD 4. CO,. Manufacturers of Wail
-Toper, .10.. IS, Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.—
•,•itsve always on hand an extensive assortment of Satin
1 -talialsod and plain PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and
Borders, of the latest style and handsome
penleten, Ifbr papering halls, parlors and chambers.
They manulketure and have on hand at all times—
"PSHONsg.Writing, Letter, Wrapping and Tea Paper, Bon
Pullers' Boards—all of which theyotfer for sale
atifthe Mesa. accommodating terms; and to which they
"brllle.the attention of merchants and others.
AtelliO—Blank Books of ail kinds and the best quality,
ilehisal Books,s4c...lways on hand and for sale as above.
..- B. Baps ad-Tanners' Scraps' taken in exchange.
iti ppv HOTEL.—The subscriber respectfully in
' forms his old friends and the publicvthat he has
Tenlperance Hotel,in fifth Street, near the Ex
..akapkge Bank, and In the house lately occupied by Mat.
111ketW Patrick, atvi has hoisted inlroni , gn,"The Iron
'City note'," ,he lie will be very haecy to ageonin,o.
‘411111:2111 who may please to call or. him. this table
,-*tHAttpravided with the best fare, and every possible
':-ii6lktitiodation to town and country customers and
brieboardera who wish to lodge in their stores or of.
gal, ten be taken. and gentlemen who live out of: town
`'eilln haie their dinners daily.
' Be biui large and good stables, and the best Hay and
Oats, and a good Hostler, and will accommodate travel.
• MI and gentlemen who have horses.
Alikatders taken by the day, week or year. Charges
.taaretroderate than at any respectable Hotel in the city.
_ leg 10 JOHN IRONS.
LIBRARY of Religious, II istot ica',Polli ical,and M is
ieltarieoei Works, will be open every day, Saani h ex.
*opted. 'rem 7 o'clock, A. M,, until 9, P. M., In the Ex-
Change Wailing, corner of St IClair street and Exchange
- *llly, where Punctual attendance will be given by
Mee 10 J. CEMMII..
WASHINGTON HALL.- - file subscriber has
opened the late residence of James Admits, Esq.,
deceued. for the reception of visitors and boarders;
the house is very pleasa situated on the bank of the
Otdo, 2 miles from the city—possessing all the delight
ful aeamtpattibrienta of a country residence, without
beteg too rar distant for persons doing business in the
',City. Visitors will be furnished with every delicacy of
the season.
. _
Att.Otnnibus runs regularly every hour f r the A Ile
'Oen." eod of the Bridge.
B.—No Alcoholic beverages kept.
ViIIarrTSBURGR CUTLERY, and Surgical In.
JL airmen t Manufactory.—The Subscriber rnaintne.
tarn and keeps constantly on hand, every description
of Surgical and Dental I nst rit mente; Tailors. Hair
Drainers, and Hatters' Patent Shears, Saddlers' t 00 1, ,, kc.
Ali ipoods manufactured of the beet materia/a, and ail
Orders attended to with the greatest despatch, at the low
est Cash prices.
lobbing Inianeral done, and warranted to give Rails-
JLP Johnson, Bookbinders and Paper
Balers, S. W. corner of Wood
an d
Faarth streels,are o%wprepared toel-
scale s it k in dsofßo okb i nding an d Pa.
per Ruling whit neatness and despatch.
Citr Blank books ruled and bound- to
add fI7ET pattern at the shortest notice.
5 1(41. Alf work done at the above is warranted. (=en 10
WPIDDLE, Surgeon Dentist, has returned to
.. his old stand, No. 107 , Smithfield SlTie - M,
he can be consulted any hour during the day,
nn hhi profession. sea 10
OVAL.—Geoe Armor, Merchant Tailor,
JLia respectfully announce:, to his friends and pa-
Moe; that he has removed his establishment from his
old nand, In Third street, to the corner of -Front and
,Oialthfield, in the basement story of the Monongahela
Bosse; where he t tntends keeping on hand a general as.
rairtmeat ot Fashionable Goods, suitable for Clew
Omen's wear.
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fits.ftopes, by close application, In merit a share of the
bogigess so liberally extended to him at hiS old stand.
N.H. Having made arrangements in New York and
thilidelphia, with the most Fashionable Tailors, for
thoretteption of Paris and London Fashions, customers
May retype Wring their orders executed according to
the tatest atyit. CELTIC E A R')110 R.
liept'lo' 1 •
- o.ll..•=tha SUbscriber would Most respectfully
inform the pular. in genera that he has an article of
Iltrd Old bra se perlor quality, manufactured at the Clocin
ilganulticfory,hy it.W.Gee tki,which is warran
ted to be equal.to the hest Sperm. Oil, both for Light and
Machinery. This Oil ii:entkrely free from any glutinous
Malter.smokeyor unpleasant odor, and it is as clear and
is White es spling water. Not a particle of crust is left
Op the Wick. The light is pure and brit:lent,
fod,wilt as long, if not longer, than that from an
iegelititiplantlty of Sperm. 011, The subscriber informs
,gi . egoblietbat be has taken a place nearly opposite the
Pingollietherbere he will light up several different tamps
mix MrSeleff, and he would respectfully inviie the in
sits Of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and their vicinity, to
trtdjudge for themselves. He feels confident tbey
convinced that the above statement is perfectly
inkreet. Out of two hundred individuals who have tried
this Oil s there has not been a single fault found with it
rink told Oil costs one third less than Sperm, He would
solicit the early attention of Dealers and Ma-
Obi to the above.
- 'Tile following Churches are now using the Lard Oil ;
%coed Presbyterian Church, Pitt burgh,
Noir Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Pit isbuigh
First Ptesitylerlan Church, Allegheny City,
Al elate Reformed Chute!), do.
All tbe barrels are branded R. W. LEE 4. Co.,Cincin
sail. CMI6.
We,, the undesigned, Captains of the Ex press Line of
Paelketa. on the Pennsylvania Canal, have tried and are
men en artiste of Lard Oil introduced here by Matthew
Cl. May, and manufactured by E, W. Lee 4- Co., at the
Cdiwinnattl Oil Fsietory.
-- in reel eoefdentli esserthig that the at•ove is equal
_to thiehestilperm Olt; that it is entirely free from smoke
eny•other gintinousinatter whatever; the light is per
clearfind brilliant, and will last as long, if not
*Agee thanthat from as equal quantity of Sperm. Oil,
Wei hawkish htstitation ht recommending it to our friends
us" taktkese who use Oil .
lillitql.M.TlttlfßY , Captain, Packet John Adams.
itik - W.SILDESP.A,ND, Captain, Packet John Hancock,
41.1CidLIG; do do John Madison,
ibildr THOMPSON, di. tto
'Jrliii ' • :--- t M Kealucky Begara, 80 wooden
lewelasssorted slew. '
theikiseit X 10.1012, 10.14 window sash,
1 160 aIPmi - Iv Tiling. letter,and wrapping paper.
gilleaseireper laming , . border, te.
_wellara.lo beta while lend.
-lia hhelAat Cotton Safi.
Ito, of Co
. __-JO OS 30 quality of lateloe.
1010060101 site awl torn -*moor.
Ille ..,Vhgv : .oonity- melte net assorted. ~
-::llll,,titi VIII :he sold on - alietnamodatine terms
Ordidd i, i•Oolfrie; add Ilifiloid okto:Penniyiaanin, and
• adloind - Ail iiiinfrant bee* sates taken tit payakent On the
";# 1 , 1411 ..4-q! hr '' ' - ,lINANC BARRA
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=hue* litakeilletundtis 11 4 04 11 1 1 1 J— weintetave Er ofesi
sorsoste:.• • , r - •
Ancient Luoguagets;—*.i.GesametbDatrison.
2. Modern Langelages.---Dr. Chaties Nrallsir.
3. Mathematics:AA r.-Ediarard H. Courienay.
4. Natural , P hilosophy.--M r. Was. IL Rogers.
5. Civil Engineering—the subjects of which are di
vided between the Professors of Mathematics and Natu
ral Philosophy.
6. Chemistry and Materta lidedica.—Dr. John P. Em
Met .
7. Medicine.--Dr: Henry Howar I.
8. Anatomy and Surgery.—Dr. James L. Gabel!.
9. Moral Philosophy.--Mr. Getirgeyucker.
10. Law.—Judge Henry St. Geo.Tucher.
In both Schools of Langrtage2 are also taught the litere
attire of the respective languages, and Ancient and
Modetn History; in the School of ilathemat ics is kw ti
ded mixed Mathematics; in that of Engineering, M ineralo
ey and Geology, In that of Moral Philosophy, Belles Let
tree, Logic and Political Economy, and in that of Law,
besides mencipal Law in all ttabranches. the Law of Na
ture aed of Nations, the Science of Government and Con
stitutional Law.
To he admitted into this institution the applicant must
be sixteen.years of age; tint the Faculty may dispense with
this requisition in favor of one whose brother Jis a.stn
Every student is free to attend the schools of his
choice; hut if he be under twenty one years of age. he
shall attend at least three, unless authorized by I is
rent or guardian, in writing, or by the Faculty, for good
cause, to attend a less number.
All students under he age of twenty one years are re
quired to board within Die precincts .
By a resolution of th`e. Fiteu Ity, Dl in aers of the Gospel,
and young men preparing _tor the ministry, may attend
any of the schools of the University without the payment
of fees to the Professors.
The enactments which lately required students to wear
a prescribed uniform have been ettspe`fised.
Every student resident within the precincts most, on
matriculation, deposits with the Patron all the money.
bills,drafis,4-c., under his control, intended to defray
his expenses while at the University, or on Iris return
thence to his home: and the amount so deposited must be
sufficient to pay his fees to professors, dormitory rent, for
use ofpublic rooms, three months hoard, a contingent fee
to rover fines and assessments, and to purchase the text
books,-4c, he may want at the commencement. All
fundesulswquently received by him trust be deposited
with the Patron, who has charte of his disbursement.,
and upon all deposites a charge of two per centum com
mission is authorized.
The act of the Legislature, prohibiting merchants and
others,under severe permit es. from crediting students,
will be strictly enforced. The license to contract debts,
which the Chairman of Tile fy,,ulty is authorized to
grant, to confined (except where the parent or guardian
shall otherwise. in writing. request), to cases of urgent
necessity; and these, it is hoped, that parents and guar.
(liana will, as far as possible, prevent from arising, by the
timely supply of the requisite funds.
Religious services are performed at the University ev
ery Sunday by lire Chaplain, who is appointed in turn
from the four principal denominations of the Slate.
The expenses of the session of nine months are as fol
Board, washing, lodging and attendance, $llB
Rent of Dormitory, $ lot half, ifoccupied by two,
Use of public rooms and matriculation fee, 15
Fuel and candles, estimated at 20
Fees, if only one Profe..or be attended, $5O; if Iwo,
to each professor $3O; if more than two, to each
M. C. IEPV.Y, Agent
Pittsburgh, June '2lst, 1842
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$25, say
Total exclusive of ctothes, hiSolts and pocket money, s2'2B
In the School of Law there is an extra fee of `21.), pay
able by students attendlne the senior class.
The allowance for clothes is limited by the enactments
to $lOO, and for pocket money to S4S'VI I LLIS H I/COOLEY, Proctor and Patron U. ofVa.
sep 10
what will dextroy Life. and you are a great man.
•• Discover what will prolong Life, and the IDOTili
call you Impostor."
"There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, within us.
with which certain herbs have affinity, and over telt4oh
they have power."
Dr. B. Brandreth's External Remedy, or Liniment,
which, by its extraordinary mixers . , abstracts Pain or
Soreness; thus Sprains, ruff Sinews, While Swellings,
Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints,
Tumors, Unnatural laardoess, Stiff Neck Sore Throat,
Croup, Contractiona of the muscles, Scrofulous en
largements; Tender Feel, and every description of In
jury affecting the Exterior of the Duman Frame, are
cured or greatly relieved by his never-to be skuiciently
extolled remedy.
CsaTine,,,TE.—The following letter front Major Gen
eral Sandford, as to the qualities of the External Reme
dy, speaks volumes:
New YORK, Fel , . 9,1842.
Dear Sir—Will you oblige me• with another bottle of
your excellent Liniment? Dia certainly the best of the
kind I have ever seen. It tins cured entirely my son's
knee, about which I WWI so uneasy,and I have found it
productive of immediate relief iu several cases of exter
nal injury in my family-. A few evenings since, my
youngest child was seized with a violent attack of Croup.
'vettich was entirety removed In twenty mirntes,lw rub.
bing her chest and throat freely with the External Rent.
edy. I think you ought to manufacture this Liniment
for general use, instead of confining the use of it, as you
have heretofore dine, to your particular acquaintance = .
Yours truly, C. W. SANDFORD.
Da. B. BRANDRETII,24I Broadway, N. Y.
ErFor sale at 241 Broadway, New York, anti at his
office ;No. 9.1 Wood street,Pittsburgh. PRICE-50 cents
per bottle with directions. sep 10
The subscriber offers fur sale, at the present redu
ced rates, the greater part of his real estate, situate in
the cities of Pittsburgh and A nes lieny , Three of li!s
Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a' (snbstantially
situate on Market street, let ween Second and Ft ont, etn•
bracing a front of about 54 feet by 60 deep. For sale e n
tire, or separately to suit put c Itaseri, a ndot pon long cret
Also, a select building lot in Allegheny city, 64 feet in
breadth, b 3 upward of :350 feet iu depth, having too
fronts, one on the Pennsylvania canal aYd the ether on
Washington street.
Also, the lot adjoining the above, 100 feet in breadth
by nearly 550 feet in depth, including the large and sic
gant mansion house which I now occupy and nutbuild
Also, a lot with two two story brick storehouses, situ
ate on the corner of Market and Front streets, subject to
a moderate ground rent, and now occupied by Mr. Hoyt
as a groeery. ALEX. BRACKENRIDGE.
seri 10
These Pills are compoired of herbs, which exert
.11. specific action upon the heart, give impulse or
strength to the artrirlahtfstern; - the blood is quickened
and equalized In its ehreulailod through all the vessels,
whether of the skin:the - pasts Situated Internally, or the
extremities; and as all - the-secretions of the body are
dtawn from the blood,there Is a consequent laerease of
every secretion, and a quickened 3el ion of the absorbent.
and exhalent, or discharging vessels. Any morbid action
which may have taken place is corrected. all obstruc
tions are removed, the blond is purified. and the body
resumes a healthful state. For Sale Wholesale and Re
!tailby R. E.St LLERS, Agent,
sep 10 No. 20 Wood st. below Second.
class of individuals is vet y numerous. They are those
who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, work
men in feather stores, stonecutters, bakers, white lead
manufacturers, arc all mum or less subject to disease ac
cording, to the strength of their constitution. The only
method to prevent disease, is 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 .at off the evil
day to make itmore fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pills
tvill insure health, because they take all impure mailer
out of the blood; and the body is not weakened but
strengthened by their operation, fir these valuable Pills
do not force. but they assist nature, and are not opposed,
but harmonize with her.
Sold at Dr. Rrandreth't Office, No. 93 Wopd street,
Pilishurgh. - Price '25 cents per box, with full directions.
ARK-The only place' in Pittsburgh w 11, re the
GENUINE Pills can lie obtained; is the Doctor's own Of
fire, N 0.98 Wood street. sep 10
.19 This infallible remedy has preseAred hundieds
when thought past recovery. frrim convulsions. As soon
as the Syrup_ls rubbed on the ginns, the child will recr v.
er. This preparation is so Innocent, so efficacious, and so
pleasant, that no child will 'refuse to let its gnmape rub
tied with It. When infanta arepiithe , ageoffourmonths.
the' there is no appearance of ,teeth, one ' bottle of the
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Syrup shottid hewed to open Abe pores. Pe rents shoul d
everlsewithoutthe syrup to the nursery where tre*
are young sliildrenik it &child wakes in the, night rib
pate' te the whin, the Syrup hninediately• lives IoSSAY,
opening thepqres, apd,ltentlim the gont : W.ltereby*eyetit;
4?" VII SiOU,srevers,te. '4'ot -Sttle:-Whhtessie and
ae~t 1B 13;5E4#40..401ii
. No. 20. Wood ‘screvtOwier *at' 4.
M " ' " 4",
'Altinlatimm.ts-. .1
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4ititie, soar
*tber rito;
tan - mean*
ir form of
„relieve and
-oducen Known
r.rrarr,, oct is not _ . 4 *e body, - aswilh
other medicines, but thefrante invigorated by the te
movel of the cause of Weak ingththe morbid, the vitiated
humors from the blood.
'Harmless in themselves, they merely
To throw out the occasion of sickness from the body,
and they require no alteration in the diet or clothing.
In fact, the human body Whetter able to sustain with
out Injury, the incleMency of the weather, tlrtiiile tinder
the influenceof ibis infect ion dmnroying,oisease eradica
tint; Mitdieine than at any other time.
The importance of Brandreth's Pills for seamen and
travelers is, I herefore,self evident.
By the timely use of this Medicine how much anxiety
and sickness, might we not prevent- Cold, Bililol.lB af
feetions, Typhus, Scarlet and fevers of all kinds, would
be unknown! But where sickness does exist, let no
time be lost, let the BRA NIMIETWS FILLS be et once
sent for, that the Remedy may he appled, without fur
tber loss cif tirre.—To BE Tteataxsuesn—
That Brandreth's Pils itaveiteeta seven years' test
in the United Slates. .
That they are a vegntable and innocent medicine, yet
all powerful for the removal cif disease, whether chronic
recent; infect ions or otherwise.
That they pt.rify the blood, and stay the further pro.
gress of disease in the human burly.
That, In many cases, where -the dreadful ravages of
ulceration has laid bare ligament and bone, and where,
to all appearance, no human means could save life, have
patients by the nse of these pills, been restored to good
health; the devouring disease having been completely
That each or the genuine has upon it maze corm tour
That each label has two signatures of Dr. Benjamin
Brandret upon it.
That there must he upon each box three signatures,
B. BRANDarrn, 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 tire business itself. On this account, an
ill timed scrupulousaessabout the weakness of the body
is of bad consequences; for it is that which seems chiefly
to make evacuations necessary, which nature attempts
after tne humors are tit to be expelled , but is not able to
accomplish for the most part in these diseases; and I can
affirm, that I have given a purge whertrthe pulse has been
so low that it (Mold ..hardly he fell, anti the debility ex.
reme, yet both one and the cthei:haveibeen restored by
it." The good effect to be derived from the Brandreth
Pills have to be experienced to he fully believed. By
their timely use neither the scarlet, the typhus fever or
small pox would ever assume their malignant lot In.
To appreciate to The full extent ,t he incalculable bene
fits of BR AN WI ETH'S PILLS. they must be used when
the First Symptoms 01 Disease present themselves. Otte
doze then, and their good effects will be felt throughout
theattack—TrisTAKlNGTus'ettsnits that is the great
secret in the cure of all appearances of disease arising
from bad blood, and I presume there nre few at the pries.
ent day, will say anything of those diseases wAfkili affect
the body when the blood is pure. Such disease 1 have
yet to see.
Hoping that some who read this may be benefited by so
. ioing. 1 am respectfully.
the public's servant,
241 Broadway, New York:
The public will please observe that no Brandrnin Pills
are genuine unless, the box lkisMiree labels upon it.
each containing, a fac stmilie signature of my hand
writing lints—ft: Brandrei h. These labels art engra
ved on sieel.berrutifully designed, and done at an ex
pen,e of severallhousand dollars. Remember! the top
—the side—and the bottom.
Ent red according to act of Congress in the year 1841,
by Bet pun in Rrandreth, in the Clerk's Office in the Dis•
t/ict Court of the Sol them Distract of New York.
Dr. B. Brandreth's own office, No. 98, Wood Street,
Pittsburgh. Only piece in Pittsburgh where the genuine
Pills ran he obtained. Each Agent who sell: the true
Erandreth Pi.l, has an engraved eel tificate of Agency.
renewed every twelve months, and has entered into bonds
of 8500 io sell none other Pills than those received from
Di. B. or his special General Agent. Mark. the certifi•
cafe is all engraved except the Doctor's name, which is
in Ms own hand writing. Observe, on each certificate
there is an exact ropy of the three labels on Each box en
graved thereon. Puretraser. see that "the engraving of
the labels on the certificate correspond wlth those on the
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The following are Dr. Renjamin ndreth's Agents
for the sale of his Vegeial.le Universal' Pills, in Alleghe
ny entity, Pa.. who are supplied with the rew labelled
Price 25 rents with d.ireet
Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Street, Pitisbur
A llNlteny, Mr. ions OLABE.
McKeeßoort., H. ROWLA ND.
Stemmas Town , CHN.SSM&H*F.SAULDIN
A t.Ex.vittiß ASDALSI. Clinton.
FEWARD THOSlCFON,Witkinsburg it.
EoRGE PORTER, Fairy.iow. -
Elizabet own, C. F.DrEtir,.
Rost Liberty, DANIEL
Pli.fisst.Ey fRWIN, riensont
D.krio R. COON—Phlinh Township.
0. HUNTER— Allen's Mill. [sep 10
pgLFS cured by the tse of Dr. Ilartich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient Pills
Dr. Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the
Agency from you for the sale of your medicine. I
nit med an acquaintance w i.lt a lady of this place, who
was severely afflicted with the Piles. Pot eight or ten
).ea fir 1111 E lady was subject to frequent painful attacks,
and her physician considered her case so complicated,
that he very seldom pre4ribed medicine for her. Through
my persuasion, she commenced using your Pills, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, 4'c. JAMES R.KIRBY
October 3. 1840. Ghambersbn2, Pa.
ErOffice and General Depot, No. 19.-North Eighth
Street, Philadelphia, find by. Samuel Frew, corner of
Liberty and Wood Streets, Pittsburgh. sep 10
INTERESTING CURE performed byDr.Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Prunus Virginians, or Wild Cher
ry,Having, made u.e of this invaluable Syrup in my family,
which entirely cared my child. The symptoms were
wheezing and choking of phlegm, difficulty of breathing,
attended with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, 4 , c,
of which 1 had given up all hopes of its recovery until I
was advised to make trial of this invaluable medicine.
After seeing the effects it had upon my child, and con•
eluding to make the same trial upon myseif, which en
tirely relieved - me of a cough that 1 was afflicted with for
many years. Any person wishing to see me can co at
my house in Beach Street, above the Market, Kensington.
J. WlLcox.
We call the attention of the public to the numerous
certificates which have been in circulation in our paper
and some others of this city, highly recommending Dr.
SWAYNE ' S Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry.—We hate
seen the original certificates, and have 110 doubt but they
come from truly grateful hearts, expressive of the. benefits
which they have received from tl.at valuable compound.
We have acquaintances who have frequently used the
above medicine. who can speak with confidence of its
virtues.—Saturday Chronicle.
FELLOW CITIZENS:-With sincerity I would advise
you, one and all, both sick and well, always to have a
bottle of Dr Sw.tyrues Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry
in your house—it is invaluable in cases of emergency,
such as Spitting of Blood, Asthma, attacks of violent
Coghill., which is often the cause of spitting of Moon,
Violent ' Nervous Affections, which occasionally come
from fright, and various other causes, producing great
alarm, sudden...colds from improper exposure: which
are often let inn to an alarming extent, for want of
means being ready at haud;—and ns I have used Dr.
Sass:saes Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry repeatedly
in my famlly,,,and always with marked success-4 can
recommend it with ccrfifidence. as being one of the he'd.
family medicines which has ever been offered to the
publie.—.Satarday CAronizle.
Sold by Wet. Thorn, WhOlesale 4, Reis% only agent
! for *sttiburgh. N0..3 Market. Street.' eep 10
— ILL( AM REED, Marc/mit Tai , ..—.ll, Maly.
i te
toAtrina his friends and the * 'll.,,,ited9tal
L,64%.1 430,1
that he battcontare.net trOutia atAP:, .. ~
almond door trots tit
, ' jirdittvrir
_ts ,
strict aue.ntiou to , 7:.,.•: ~], , 01111144 _ "ilttOnt.
patronage.. ,
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N. B. Thetatetk ;_ : ~ ,,t i . , lui!V ved.4llollo
- slay risked el tra' f ' f. :11iti!trit es. lad accord it
.9 the tatestalyte. ' c-4-.. 3- - - • • sep le
i i:i
AIIikTEEW ESTAIIIWENT..-Jahn Dinqap, Mans ,
ry facture, of Mt per, ant Shea /*Wain, and
Dealer in Japinted Vara.
Ns. - 26, .Market Street; (Sipe of 'the edits Path
Also keeps on hamkPortable "rsipid lilsths; Slipper and
Shower do.; Bright** Planished Coff& and Tea Urns
Coffee gttters;'Plate Warmers, ke, .te; Russia Iron Square
We Fenders, plain and beautifully ornamented, which
I , llFriiill sell on reasonable terms, whotermleendletail.
The rAhlie are respectfully requested to can and exam
ine his mock of ware:
• r t rifi g itest price paid I,r old metals.
t. griOFFIN WAREHOUSE —No, 79. Fourth
IL— , Street, Between Wood Arad Sisitkfisicf sta.
Two doors from the corner of Wood street. Con.
"thinly on hand an assortment of 100 ready made
COFFINS, of every size and description; covered
ones, with Cloth: 'Mahogany, Cherry, Black
Wal nut, Poplar, and Tine Coffins.
ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages
furnished; Graves procured; and all services rendered
that friends may requite.
A credit given in all cases, either of coffins or carriages,
requested. HENRY BEARES, Undertaker.
cep 10
175 BBLS. WWI% LIME, a superior article, for
sale by J. G. 4. A. GoRDON,
N 0.12 Water street.
VA AIETY.— Just received from New York, 3000
Temperance Almanacs for 1843; 511109copiexof the
Journal Grille 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 Pittsburgh, and the Franklin Magazine and Com.
mon Almanacs for 1R43; by the gross, dozen or sing!e;
250 copies of Grant's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny Bu
siness Diretory and St rangers, Guide, for 6.+lcents. Also,
Cottage, Family, School and Pocket Bibles and Testa.
meets, David's Psalms; Methodist and. Temperance Hymn
p o rk.; the beauties of Harmony, Introduction to Sacred
Music: Mason's Harp with round and patent notes; ehri-,t.
Harp, and almost all kinds of Sehnoi Books; Gunn's Do
mestic 31edicine; Day Books and Ledgers; WA ing, Let
ter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red ink, by the
gross, .1 ozen ,or bottle; steel pens, quilts, slates. pencils and
wafers; Cyclopedia of History, Wes' ern Pilot. and a con.
sideraide variety of Books and Stationery, for sale on ac
coin modal ing terms for rash or country produce,
ISA AC HAR RIB, Agent and Commission Merchant,
sep '2 No. 9, Fifth street.
J. K. MoottusAn. G. G. WARNER- J: PAINTER.
UNION COTTON FACTORY. A Iteghe .y City, at the
end of the upper bridge. The sttbscribers having
commenced the manufacture of Cotton Yarns, Stocking
Yarn, Col on Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting,
4-c., and are prepared tc fill orders at the shortest. notice.
Having selected the latest sad most Improved maclii
nery,a rid employed the manager who has attended to the
HOPE FACTORY for the last five years, they are teanufaetu
ring a superior article.
Cotton Warps made to order,
Orders through the Pittsburgh Post Office, or left at the
store of J 4- C. Painter 4- Co., Liberty street; or Logan
Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prompt atten
tion. Address—J. K. NI 00 P.HF.A D 4- co.
rI 10 ['Et! A LES.—T ire e is a large class 01 Females in
Iris City who from I heir continued sitting, to which
their occur:Alone oblige t hem,are affected with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex
ertion, 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 Sri trucal ion , especially after
meats when any exertion is used, as going quickly up
stairs; tempre fickle; these are symptoms 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 Pills just before dinner, ;ire ores found
highly beneficial; many use them very advantageously In
this way; t hey aid and assi4 digestion, restore the bowels
to a proper condition,enliven the spirits, impart clear
ness to the complexion:purify the blood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at Dr. B-audreth's Office. No. 98 Wood street,
Pittshureh—.Price 25 cent.; per box, with full directions.!
MARE—The only place In Pittsburgh, where the
GENUINE Pills can he obtained, is the Doctor's own Of
fire. Ni 98 Wood street. STT 10
SPRUM EN 'PSI— T. McCarthy, Cutler and Vortical
Instrument .Maker, Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
Physicians. Dentists and Drnertists can have their in
struments inadehy the subscriber of a superior quality
and at Eastern prices.
Tailors' Patent Shears and Scissnrs always on hand.
also Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect
fully solicited.
N. R. Allarticles warranted of thebest quality. and
. 061 - ling done no mount sep 10
LIVER COMPLAINT.—This disease often terml•
natesin anOther of a more serious nature, If pro.
per remedies are not restarted to in time. in all forms
of this disease, Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening
and German Aperient Pills, will perform a perfect cure
—first by cleansing the stomaeb and bowels, thus remo
ving all diseases from the Liver, by the use of the Ger.
man Aperient P;Ils, after which the Compound Strength
ening Pills are taken to dive strength and tone to those
tender organs which rennire such treatment only to effect
a permantent cure. These Pills are neatly put up in
small packages, with NI directions. For sale at No. 19
North Eight St reef, Philadelphia. A lan, for sale by Sam
uel Frew corner of Wood and Liberty sts., Pittsburgh Pa.
Qep 10
A LLEN KRAMER, Erelurnge Broker, .No. 46, Car
ner of Wood and Third Streets, Pittsburgh Pa.—
Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank notes, bought and sold.
Sight checks on the Eastern cities., for sale. Drafts,
notes and hills, collected.
Pittsbxrgh,Pa, Wm. Bell 4- Co., John D. Davis, F
Lorenz, J. Painter 4- Co., Joseph Woodwell,James May
Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson k Co., John H. Brown
Fl Co. Cincinnati, 0., James M'Candlees. St. Louie,
.1110., J. R. M`Donald. Louisville, W. H. Pope, Dsq.
Pren't Milk Ky. sem 10
REMOVAL.—The undersigned begs leave to intorin
the public, t hat he has removed from his old stand,
to the corn. rof Penn and St. , Clalr st oppositetbe Ex
change flotel, where he has fitted up a large PIANO FORTE
WArtit Room. and now offers tor sale the most splendid
assortment of Pufros ever offered in this market.
His pianos consist of different patterns, of superior
Rose Wood and Mahogany. beautifully finished and mo
deled, and constt noted throughout of the very heat mn
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 enlarg,ed his manufactory, and made arrange
me l ds to supply the Increasing demand for this Histru
meat, he respectfully requests those Intending to pur.
chase to call and examine hie assortment before pnrcha.
sing elsewhere. tui, be Is determined to sell Owett, for
cash, than any other establishment east or west of the
mountains. F. BLUME,
Corner of Penn-and St. Clalr streets,
sep 10 Opposite the Exchange Hotel, Pittsburgh. Pa.
Evans's Camomile Pills.
reirrmeavas.—Leiser from the Hon. A b`h'm rd'Clel•
Jan,Suliivau County, East Tennessee, filemberof Congress.
WABI3IIGTOR, July 3d. 1838.
Sir—Since I have been in this city I have used some of
your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and saris
faction, and believe it to be a mast valuable.remedy. One
of my - zonsli luents, Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell county,
Tenneesee. wrote tome to send him some. which : * did.
and he has niployed it very successfully in his practice,
ard sayslt is invaluable. Mr. Johnsion, your agent al
this place,^ thinks you would probably like an agent in
Tennessee. If so,' would recommend Dr. A Carden, ns
a - proper person V) officiate for the sale of your celebrated
medicine. Should you commission hfallie is witting to
act for you. 'Vim can sena , niedidtvßby Waterto the
care of ',Robert Klett 4- SonttMCnozville county. Tenses.
see, or by land to Graham =¢ nouston, Tazewell, East
Tennessee- I have no doubt bat if you -bad agents in
several counties in East Tennessee, a great deal of medi.
eine would be sold- lam going to take some of it home
- for my own , use. and: that of my,friends, and ;should
like to hear from pia whether Tod _wettlii, Eke an - agent
at: Bittntvilie . Bsillva~e Cualuy : l e'" I > can get
same or the snerchastrattaittihr yotraaJ liewnear there.
• A MENU xra seabwokir-44 tehatimme;,--
rattan*. WhaleNde ontltetallit -
fit, i
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sep i 0 No.
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ikji-OAL,f_oll#lo Cam. ... soupstit
sli - Jgaiskae, six* *treat 414P 1
street, jtito*rtk.g -
Pittsburgh, Jane 18,1839.
Mr..lotni Drattatio:—.Dear Sir—Having been present.
yesterday. at the experiment which you were pleased to
Make, in the presence of a number of our business men.
of the safety of your IRON CHESTS, in caseof Ore, it
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 30 inches high, by
about 18 or2o - 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 was then placed ambled
and above it, and the fireftlndled,on the windward side,
sons to drive the flame evilest the back part of thechest.
The lire was kit up about three quarters of an hour,
until you hail gone among the spectators and received
from them their universel answer that the test was
sufficient. The chest was then drawn out of the Ore,
and cooled, and opened, and examined. The contents
were all safe, anti the only injury done was to the back
of one honk which appeared to lie a tittle charred. From
what I witnessed, I think that these chests are descry
ing of confidence, as affording, perbaps,the best security
to Merchants for their hooks and papers, which t hey can
have without building large, thick, and expensive vaults.
I would considerthem a better secdrity titan many vaults
which I have seen built- 'Yourfriend,
We concur in the above statement, having been ores.
sent when the chest wits tested.
.M. Cooper, J. H. Shoenberger, Rola Bet?,
J. Laughlin, J. Pairitcr, A. 'Cordell,
R.'Miller, Jr. CL. Armstrong, A. H. Hoge,
Thomas Craig, S. 0. D. Howard, J. W. Hoyt.
Extract of a better from Pugh '- .31vord, dated Cin
cipmatz,29th h,1842.
J. Denning . , Pittsburgh, Pa. Respected Friend: We
have the satisfaction to state as the lest recommendation
we can 2ive of the utility of your Iron Safe.v,that we
have one of them which was in an exposed situation in
our counting room, at the time of the fire, nn the morn•
ing of the 101 h inst, which consit 'nett our Pot k flout to.
-.Tether with a large portion of the meat, lard, kr, which
it contained; and that nu r hocks and papers which were
in the Safe, were entirely uninjured, and were taken
from it after he fire; without ever being discolored.
Yours, 4.c. PUGS) A •
Ettract of a Letter from Slater 4- Holbrook, dated St.
'Louis,- Feb. 2411 A, 1841.
Mit. DENNING, Dear Sir: One of your s.reond size chests
was burned a few days ago, in a leaf her store--it pre
served its contents. Respectfully yours,
1 .
4 1V CR COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. Har
itch's compound St rengi hewing and Aperient rills.
Mr. Win. Richert's, or Pittsburgh, Pa,, entirely cured of
the above distressing disease His symptoms were pain
and weight in the left side, loss Of artetite;vomiting, acid
eructations, a distension of the siomath. sick head-ache,
furred tongue, countenance changed to a citron color, diffi
cult y of 'weal hing.. disturbed rest, attended with a cough,
great debility, with other symptoms indicating great de
rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richard=
had the advice of several phys;cians, hut received no
relief, until using Dr. Flarlich's Medicine, which ternsina.
ted in effecting a pe'feet cure.
Principal Office, 19 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.
For sale in Pittsburgh by Samuel Frew, corner of I.lber
ty and Wood streets. sep 10
Cincinnati, February 15, 1840
Dr. SIXAVNK—IIear •11: Permitnte to take the littrrty
of writingio you at ibis time to express my appr‘bat
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
my travels of late I have seen in a great many Instances
the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving chil
dren of very obStinate complaints, such as Coughing.
Wheezing, Choaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks. ttc.
I should not have written this letter. howevet , at
present, although I have fet it my duty to add toy testi
mony to it for sometime, had it not been for. a late in.
;lance where the medicine above alluded to was ru•
mental in restoring to perfect health an "only child,"
whose case was almost hopeless, in a family of my Sc.
quaintance. thank Heaven." said the floating moth.
er,..my child is saved from the jaws of death! 0 how I
feared the relentless ravager But my child is safe! is
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in this or any
other country. I ant certain I t aye witnessed niece titan
one hundred cases where It has been attended with com
pleie stic , ess. lam using --it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of Bronchitis, in which it moved effectual in a ex
ceedingly soon time. considering the severity of the case.
I ran re...omen!! It in the fullest confidence of its superior
virtues; I would advise that no family should be without
it; it is very plea•sant and always beneficial—worth
double and often 'ten times its price. The public are as
sured I tiers is no quackery about it. B. JACKSON, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
N. Y.
Sold by Wlll. THORN, wholesale 4- retail, only agent
for Pittsburgh. No. a 3, Market street. sep 10
11.) P4R PM ENT.—The plan of instruction in this de.
pa rt ment of the'Universitylpresenis peculiarities not to he
found in tic) other School of Medicine in theiGnion. The
Lectures commence on the first of October, and termi
nate on the 9th of July ensuing.
Owing to the length of the session, which embraces a
period of nine months, three Professors are enabled to
perform all the ditties which In other medical institutions
are usually assigned to six; and the students are seldom
required lo attend more than two lectu - es on the..same
day. By this arrangement. the students have an oppor
tunity of being well grouneed „in Anatomy, Physiology,
and other elementary branches of Medical Science, lie•
fore they investigate their applications in connection
faith the study of the 'practice of Medicine and Surgery
Immediately' before each lecture, the students are sub
jected to a full anti and rigid examination on the prece
ceding lecture,or on portions of approved textbooks. It
in apparent, that the plan, of which the outlines have
been briefly slated, is one which allows the student to
commence an welt as to complete his medical studies in the
institution; nnd•presents a happy combination of the ad
vantages of the system of Instruction by private pupil
age and that of public. lectures.
Any person of approved moral conduct may offer as a
candidate, and receigfe the degree of M. D., without ref
erence to the time he has been engaged in the sjudy of
mediethe or ofjoining the school, provided he undergoes
in a satisfactory manner the various examinations pre
ncribed by the enactmen a. ,
The Professors are:
John P. Emmet, M. D., Professor of Chemistry, Phar
macy anti Materia Medico.
Henry Howard, M. D.. Professor of Pathology and
Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics and Medical Jurispru
James L. Cabeli, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, P hysi.
ology and Surgery. IAILLIS 11. WOODLEY, Proctor.
Harrisburg h, A ugust 24t h 1842.
LONGING TO TtiE STATE.--Notice is beret•y gl
ven that in pursuance of the seventeenth, eighteenth,
nineteenth and twentieth Sections of the Act of Assembly
Passed the 271 b dny of July, 7842, proposals wilrbe reset
ved at the Stale Department until the lasrday of !Covent
her next, for the sale yr ati and each of the Canals and
Rail Roads belonging to the . Commonwealth. for which
Stare ‘ Slock, at par 7alue, will be received in payment.
Each individual or Company le requirod, uncritically, to
state. the, particular line of Canal or Rail Road which
they destre.to porchsse. tbeAmount of their rwrgrective
bids therefor.the given and erwmulicAof-Idicaocerruid.iti
the offer, FOVtlibel•With theiv place or plueesof tenidence.
in order that the same may laid before the next Lees
The ptopmatia moat !talented up and directed to the,
ftemettwyncCommonwenitit with an endonteMent lb,
sawn t. Preppie/a htit"'imitiree ste fie *A
ilitk*?r"; "LltrOilit4llltrf• O'er*:
• ii:VA I AltebN 9l •
&tie/a; 4-tieviailoatolio
«-.~. J i S e~~..
-vmts, PATIENT ti `
`Mt Tka Espies-4x y stidkasik
provided with the Safety Ga ut
bills printed with a figure of th e ;p i*
fnl you are not deceived by ei t„,
gentsstating their boats to be pioN ti
Guard, when they are rot !swami
The following is a list of boats w ,
ty Guard at the Por. of Pittsburgh-
fire on the list have the improvedi
ppa rat do it is impossible for an erph,
WEST W IND. )11'111'
M A RQU ETTE, ust , R
PANAMA, F 03 34
MUNGO PARK, 0111 1 1
The traveling community are rei,
before they make a choler of a boat, to
and see whether it would not Lew
and security to choo-ie a Safety Cunt
passage and freight, in preference tai,
against explosion—and that they ur
that this invention has the ungnalifili
fifty steam enzine builders—vntlenin
it is to understand the satyr', and
interested—besides a number of tern
to gentlest en and in hers—all of wind
my office, No 10. Water street, whorl
pleasure at all times to exlutril sly
who will lake tile trouble to roll.
sep 10 C ()WALLA
NI a nil (arta rem enherirille,nlia,
- Nulty or makinz ',rioter' to the pnhlit
opened a paper warehnni=e in riiiinntei.
T - o.l,llarre don' , south of Fifili
their paper; where they will keep on:.
Zeticral supply ()limper, roe-terror nra.
printink leiter, tea and wall paper, and
and fullers hoards.
In connection with w I.iell they Hill
of blank hooks and school bocks.
Likewise, an e‘tensireassorritrent
All of which will be sold law for caeh,ri
rarra and tanners'scra ps.
Orders addressed to them at Stertierrki
Azent in Piitsburuli. If. K. Ilerritii
size or quality of paper, Will N3lOOO l
11. K. Reynolds le fully empnweitkli
-contracts In the ntanagentent of tbriti
T LI 0 Al
FLAX SEED W.AN77,3).—fitniu:
6:tsli or goods, a quantity of Flay
A !Inas , all kinds of Country Produce •
for east, or goods at 11 AR R S'S
Fen 21—tf Commission Warrluv
TOLIN HART, Comniaaion _Nerd
fillo duce and American Nannfachru.
Ema TO
Jan. Grier, Esq., Pittsburgh ,
Aaron Hart,
James C...ehran of R'd.
Jno. D. Davis,
M'Vay Fr Hanna,
Avery. 02den 4 Co.
J no. Woodbourne, Esq ,Madiron
Farm on which I live, in
Braddeasueld, - COntalnir one linedrei
acres; about 10 acres of n Inca iectearei.
well timbered. There arc upon it thre.
and a barn 63 feet Iv 3.1; an apple are Th
Also, about sewer c acres of coal. The
be equal 10 that of any upland farm
Terms made known on applicationotie
in the premises. WILLIAM WM.
and pieritre Frame .Ibraftat
Fourth Srrret Plttsburgh. —Ca,ms.,
kc., for Artists, always on hand. VA'
promptly fronted to order- Ilenairn,;
est notice.
Particular attention paid to re:ild4 l
ery description.
Persona fitting op Stearn Boat , or Mg.
theiradvantage to call.
WHITE LEP_ D.---The suhscriteerrrc •
to furnish painters, and odi
chase pure White Lead made of the it;
ranted equal, if not superior to any of
All enders addressed to Dunlap k Hu!
k Co • No.llo Second street, Potehttieh.
at tended to. DuNI.Ar
sept 10
Fifth St., one door from Old Stoll(
The Subscriber respeciley 111101n3
Pittsburgh and vicinity that he Ito
tailing Shoes of his own manufacturr.st
w here he will keep constantly on lit
mcitt of all kinds of ladies, mie,2oi
and shoes, of the best oust tt . Inch
ces to suit the times. tic Atli aita
kinds of fancy work—such a= white
slippers, colored. gaiters, and buskins.'
children's engem silk gaiters, kr.,
will be made at the shortest netirt.3o
ner. Ladies will please call and era
as the subscriber feels confident thatg
any article in his line they may watt.
Sep 10
P. S. Don't forget the placeM A
dnor from Harris's Intelligence 01'
from Market Street
• business of DIOBY 4- ilorcs -01 '
Lit , erty street and 42 Market street,
titanke to the numerous friends sod
' fi 4 m , for the very liberal supportith /i tlftlf:
tended to him, In connection
wishes to assure them that evert+ & t ,
merit t he enntinuation of the snnte.
pectfu'lv Invite their attention to °.
Clothing, whieh tre intends 1,c11114
than has been ever offered, twins tbv.„
the whole of the stock of the tate 6 ,0 7, r
sible; still as his intends is confine hitto°'
eash business, he feels confident 00
surPaSshisetock, either In cheaPn e°l '
ness of workmanship.
Please to take notice t hat every sp
tared in- Pittsburgh ,
B'A MUM MORROW, Mstrarlitt°,
4- skeet rro, Were, "( 0 . 11
Wood end Market Streets.—ls pro'
Lto his line at the stiortest noli e6
and other* are solicited to call and
;tltf waresi,isthich Ar {Ube sold irktdelas
4 . 1 terms,
stove .
_; t^~'
8111 1 .
by Scow
altd Di a
h' thilibitake
Ole mo
•Pwo wo
.50 'Four mo
00 Srix moat
.00 Om Year
Ob . mon
One yew
In prow ,
Ird bet*eeti
or. 4th door fro
John Nifinek. .
'ood between F
rt ram, Treasurer.
, Third street, I
urch—Ft. ft. Joh
I , etween
y, Mayor.
az. Fourth, near
tviklarket and
Raving Fund,)
1, neer Wood.
Water street.
liter of Penn an'
urns' . of Third
nee of Third 41
r of Penn etre
. vty rtreet,tear
ass, Liherty Ft
Utorsa, Pena
on Grnnt at
Itestlooms to
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hatweeta Pert
Preston it Mack
•' Eng'Wk. Frei
Arket Pt . Malibu
;:Law: Office in I
Morrow. AlAer
it,. bctween •
T, W holenn le
eater in PrnAnn
.h r *. 124 Lifter
c n nd Com mit% i
rib %Me ..f th‘t
W, Alter°.
njeei• to the
Atreeto, alto
I Hand at.
base Parnin
a call, being
y- and price
r: —Just receNr
cured soil for sa
. suPp'yof Lay
er different v
gide kit littDit
84 Libertysvre
8 - Huai and
rib St., next do
Br Kid and Sat
by tke newel
is; to ITe dippn
84 Liberty scree
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