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VELERS TAKE NO VEL-Th at
, rovided with the Sorely Guam h oe all
',red with a figure of the applaku._
are not deceived by tnisrepre hmi
ing their boats to be provided v i o , tbe.
when they are not ! J secured storo
flowing is a list of boats supplies) w ",
at the Port c.l Pittsburgh—en ute :
the list have the improVed appst a h h ; lb
~. it is impossible for an explosion total,.
INDIAN QUEEN I
Q UE ENamOral
DUKE OF ORLEI
i ANN, ESsENGER,
0 PARK, OHIO,
N E. CECILIA.
\ I DE, J. H. RILLS
;I BEND, GALENA ,
:TT E, COLUMBINE,
1 FERRY BOAT, •
community are rewrite!,
.1 V make a choice of a boat, to refloat
%. het her it would not he to their
nip to choose a Safety Guard beat, -
Am: freight, in preference tonne natio . ;`'
r".olGsioli —and that they will born(
invention has the unqualified apps•
rn2lrte builders—gentlemen whose
•.,lersiand the subject, and who are •
, l—beFilieS a number of rerlifica:.es frog •
en and others—nil of which can be •
r. No 10. Water street, where it woald ,
at all times to (tidbit my Inaenhal
take the trouble to rail.
I.E TZE T. ESTATE FOR Mt,
=u hsc r i her offers fur sale, at the venal
The r - reaier part of his real estate, , •
f riltslttireh and Allegheny. viz; Yin:
relic:us - es. nearly new, a (subytanlldly
Itarket st reel . I et weep Ftf eOnd and Food.
el of tfltout 54 feel by 60 deep. For
tt.ttely to scit purcha,ertt, and upnoloefe
tttiliiit, lot in A llETheny tiy. 64(
sN ,, d of :35(11..A. in dePlh, lariat
reni,s) C:111:11 avdiAs her
h ii In l ll,e et. , 10 0-11
r'‘ :1 - 441 ft In 0,4 4 , 4 4 , ,,di r , 114
11 , i11,•• a Lich I oow OCCtir;l3l4l. oYI
Inl h Iwo or y irk slorehop+
rr,ri,rr o 4 ei an d F ront streets'. •
_maul rani, a nd eg,e ocr by Mr.
ALEX. BIZ ACK ENRIII'
A .s t.l ti —%\ anted In mirth*
- rpri, l ll% Of Fla: and Tinutkt,
: ~, (", Iry frndoce Inkro
',nods ar HA RR IS'S I nielligener
r ( 'mm/1 , 1 , -ion Woret•rAige, NO- 9.
Ii A Rl'. COMMiSPIOIO Ainreke.w. p e en
re and Amer-Iran Xavesfactures,
ier. E-q., ratilmr2ll
I clirnn of R'd
, 42den .t CO.
P.I.E FARM FOR BALE-1 wit/ miff
11, on which I • - in taIMAIN*,
coniahlic:y. one hundred ad
•o • 70 acree of which IN cleared. and Melo
ttt ed- There are upon it three lot
c 3 feel I , y :34; an apple orchard °rebelled" . ..
rent c acres of coal. The soil is beim.
that of any upland farm in the Ime
ar known on applicnt ion to the !absenee
nA-4-s. WILLIAM WALLACE. M.
IA M C. WALL, Plain and Fowl ---'
, ?•1 Picture Frame Aleenfeaurer ,
-ert Prttsblerg.k. —Canvass Brushes, Va
r Ists, always on band. Looking Wane.
1 a t o order. Repairing done at the
is attention paid to regilding and jobnind
tolina np Steam Boats or boom; will 6od k
wage to call. • seP
I E LEG D.—The subscriters are now pie...,
rurpish painters, and others who wish to
‘Vliite Lead made of the best insterialis tt
:tl. if not superir to any offered lathe ,
tuitiressed to Dun lap 4- Hughellre of 8 11 . 11
110 Second street, rnt.bnfsb , wilt be
DUNLAP k 1106 11 a:
= FASHIONABLE SHOE STORE, I
St.. one door frost Old Simi of 11f1>' 10
criber respectfully inking), lbe hitii 4s .2,
and vicinity that he bas esinweseed to
n,s - of his own manufaetnne,al the akolteP hlei ,
u ill keep constantly on hand a F oo d
o r r . ,_.
it kinds of ladies, Mi 5202, 20d ladidleS'S WI
. of the hest quality. %bleb will be sold ail
,he times lie will also Mike to Ode
; icy work—each as white sad black .
orcd , gaiters, and buskins. ladies! lo .j ,
..; hslers. silk gaiters, ke., 4c- Al' ---isilf
de at the shiirceit nottee.and in the ..,..,
~; will please sail and examine for 0075
•.Frriher feels confident that:kitty , ° ills
e in his line they may want.. LIA
• J C.1 311 t..4.
en't forget the ptace—.No, 8. FirtieSlog..
Harris's Intelligence Office. slod J. C. L
1 - ..-q Street
AM DIQBY having takes the whole-61i'
o.iness off:hors Q HOPICVaLL.
'vet and 42 Market street. beds - 11:1 ,_ - , - se
the numerous friends ad irnstesserem _,7
1 very libetai SG ppm.,n * b e y are
in connection with M r.EloPeo lie e" tl
; 0 1.
n=Ftire them that every excedes_.mabldl
continuation of the mane.. He
invile their attention - to bid Pw -- ,,"
which be intends at
'een ever offered, !mina a. vireos al
of the stock of the !ale as o
hi *U .
as he intends to confine . bionielf to 74
.he feels confident o pt sbils l 9 o4 o o
stock, either In cheapness, tholibilitY'sr
o fake notice that evert
E. MORROW. .Nalmfgeni nr ""
fleet frost Ware, j(. ri Pitt 01 7 . 0
Market stretete.—liPKp a sm all
t at the shortest notice; 104418.1 1 7 0 1 ,
' are ealltilek to cell and
. which d w
wilibeiolhole:We oPzr-T - - 7 -7
PoatiOZ sad stove hrtsw
OL 1.-NO. 67;
rIIBLI SHED BY
putt,LlPs Sp W. A. smitn,
CORNER OF WOOD 4- FIFTH BTB.
o.—FIVE DOLLARS a year, payola in
Single copies TW
,CEON73-;-for sate at tile
o f ibe office, and by News Bays.
Ifercury and Manufacturer
weEKIX. at the same office, ee-a ddeble
o et, at
p ies. SIX c TWO DOLLACSariTs. a .year, i n an.
lo os of Adverthing.
_, O E or TW EINE LINES OR LESS:
0.50 I (inc mnnitt, SSAO
et 0,75 I Two mono, 6.00
• 0:7 ,
,;,,, IMO Three months, ' . 7.00
1.50\ Four months,. -MO
3.00 Sis months, 10,00
.. 4.00 One year.
ro CIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
CH•t•GXASLIr. AT PIZASORT..
515.00 Sis months, $23,124
25.00 One year. - 35.00
a.; adrerlirements in prorortion.
Hof coar lines Sex DoaLtas a year.
Porn OFTICT. Third between Market and Wood
R . fa Poiitivaster.
Water, 4th door from Wood st. Peter
lajor John Willock,C:cdrector.
Wood between Firs and Second
r iots A. ttartrarn, Treasurer.
TiattSURY, Third street, next door to the
robvier,an Church—S. J.ohnston,Treasorer.
nrrict, Fourth, between Market and Wood
Ursandrr flay, Mayor.
10'E Escns.tse, Fourth, near Market id.
r ",, between Market and Wood streets, on
,d Fourth streets.
tors •no KlroinrseTerteßs' FARKS.RS. DE.
o r. ;Inrmerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, betwteu
or, Itflh street, near Wood.
AIIIEL • 1101361, Water street, near the Fridge.
or Horst.. corner of Penn and S.. Clair.
110-lil., corner of Third and Wood.
•:•4 tioTlLL.C.Orner of Third and
• '.'TI.TII3. corner of Penn street and Canal.
o Liberty street. near ECVETIth.
maton House., Liiieriy St oppoeite Wayne
as i o
moire M Penn St. opposite Cannl
ERT WOO OS, ATTORNEY AND
ODNSELLOR AT LAW. —office remo
akergell's offices on Grant st., neatly opposite
Court Douse, next rooms to John D. Mahon,
first floor. SPI. 10
Is. IL ELLIOTT, M. D.—Office resnoved lo
t. Clair street, between Penn and Liberty St
GOODS. —Preston 4 f Il nckey, wip,lesnie and
!lali dealers in English, French, at d Domestic
0i1) LESS & M9CLURE, Attorneys and
at Law: Office in the Diamond. hack
id Coll rt notw.pilisbur,h. sep 10
loy R. Morrow, Alderman; offie.c north
tde of Fit hclw•een V,rood and Smithfield
1`1)431'"le Grnr.tr:r Her-01%in+
11,1 ter in Pr0.1,,,E. and pitist,„,6,
• No. 224 Liberty Street. Pitts-
I ri tIM tht.tvimin
L MAW% & umwoirrn.--wii.li,or
frncrrc Produces n yid C mission Mor din n lam, and
Maitufacturfid arwle.„ No. 29,
AR. -I ROBINSON, Aitori.cy at Law
~iiii:r nn We aorth,itle of he Diatoot.4.betwee
• - st•P 10-
IThiou st rcel
. DI'RBIRALW., inrney at La tv; lender-
Si•rl: IC , -
to I tut yn6lie. Office cur
?flli and Market Streets. above D. Lloya
I+ II i , Pa
TUFF & KEVII,, !Manufacturers of Confer
a F , lmet Iron Ware, No 80. Front st , F:1 1 9.
MOUS , Spoutiiv4 and Steamboat work p omptl}
OS. 8.. y •
oxiNG & Furniture Ware
Oct GC Band st. Exchange Alley.
s wl.fitneito purcbase Furniture. will find it to
dvantage logive IN a call, lieing fully satisfied that
• please a+ n quality and price. rep 10
fON fl tMS.—Just rece'ved 160ehnice !dui
ion Hauls . , wen cured and for sale cheap by he do
'TX 13 A.Glk.—.% Bopp'' , of Landreth's Fresh Ru.
La B 1;a, ant other different varieties of Turnip
jam rriteivedrldd for sale - ad alteectro PRICES at the
and Seed StorO of F. L. SNOW DEN.
10 No. 184 Liberty street. head of Wood.
'EBB CLOSEYA Boot and Shoe Manuf.teto•
ry, Nn. 83 Fatah St., nest door to the U. States
Lading rrunela, Kid and Satin Shoes made in
niPil manner, a‘d by the newest. French patterns.
000 MORUSMULTICAULUS. iit lots to suit
purasers; to be disposed ail,
PIO N0.14-thilierty street. head of %V 001).
AIIIA A ROOTS, Rowers and Flower Seeds of ev
ery desertation,-tan.alwaya be had at the MU:
Seed store of F. L. sNow e,
• 10 ILI Litter, y Fr reel. bead of Wood.
Wl4. A. IN A RDi:DIBINTIST, Penn et. three !
door below Irwin street, Hon rd of business, from
9a. at., until 5 P. EU. after which time he will attend
to no one except in cases of actual necessity. He
___.----------------- -- i would further inform those who may think proper to
OftLBS. NCW J ElaCif . SWEET POTATOES. employ hinr, that he experts immed Mir -payment, w Pout
1 3 for seed ; Just eceived by l i the necessity on his part of sending in bills.
F. L. SNOWDEN,
5 10 N 0.184, Liberty head of Wood st. 1 1 OHN MIFAHLAND, Upkolsterer and . Cabinet
a. .11-ker. Tkird at. between Wood 4- Market streets,
1 A FIDES TOOLS, entistia: of Hoes. Fancy Spades ' respectful informsktis•friends and the, public that - be is
K Ti an it pla ii I ing Tit:Stets., Edding Tools, Budding ' prepared in execute all orders for Sofas, Sideboards. Bu
dges, erstasx Knives, Nsning Shears. dc.. psi re- reaus, Chairs. Tables, Bedsteads, Stands, liair and Spring,
" 4 "e , for ,ate by P L. SNOWDEN . Mattrassea, Curtsies, Carpets. alt t - soris of Ulliolstering
9 . Y. L.
TPIO 184 Libe‘ty street, head of Wood. , wo n t , which be will warrant equal .9 any Made in the
Oim,-.llllnois Aatool Mammoth Onion r'eed, for
Lae at the Dragand Seed share
HOICR Venison Hams...itist feeeisied a swan Ben
ign( very choice curd Venison Hams, on retail
small lots for current nsokey.
HAAC H ARMS, Agent.
and Com. Merchant
MITE Dutch Clover Seed. Orchard Grass an•
Kentucky Blue Gran s tliWllyg on hand and for .
F. L. SNOWDEN.
No.lll4ty street, bead of Wood.
YSTER ¢ BUCl►ANAN,4ttorse3a at office
removed (rum the Diatamd, to ..Attontersltow,"
'9 side of Fourth street, - between Market and Wood
• ts sep 10
AGISTRATE39II4.I 4 IIII3IIPr proceedings in de.
tatkoinit ender the late laWifor sale et td.-Office
i<--Louoptheagdrlll !NA corner of Coal
Lane and Ingh street. A ply to
leP 10 BENJ. DARLING t . , Market. near 410 et.
LBS.Litatdreeh'it . Freniti;thigar Beet Seedjast_
recehrld and for sate' the Drug and-Seed
1 • 84 pher4 treel.lseadgyfWßO.,
IASOLITIFOIit OFF . • .
heretofore Want betWeeil
timay amititENJADOW ZW.1gt4. 14 " 11141 "
4 * 31 v441 by multi! tptutent. %Vitt Ditty ie settorkeed
daßtkesixaatilni thIS Ana iNta inble
%Ale arm. - "AfillIWIT
1 410 gigif T.HOPIWkPri
-4,t , •
DR. B. MERRITTMENTIOrf offices* smith.
field, batsmen Seerairimitir-Vitiri
;IV Y° "Prt•Mniaao.
JOHNSTON SVPICTO,N;-Boolcafetterp,,POSers and
OP Ps per 111 a Tmfgic,,nicerr. No.*/ , parka imp ...1041
OBN AtiiRESSOI4, Smithfield Petiddry. Wader m
a, timir ttid Monedgahelit'Sotele, PlltSLnrs6.. eep 18-19
LEONARD 8. .follNS,ll,lderusau,St—Clair st:reet.se
cond door.froalUbetty. seP IQ- 1 Y •
110:13. R. nohmES, Office in Second street, n?[ .door
.113 1 F to at alvany 4. Co's Glass Waretniose sett 10--19
O,HU N K FINDLAY. Attorneys at taw, Fourth at.
near Mg Alayors-Otßee,TH tabu rah. nap .104 y
THOS. H AIIIILTON. Attorney at Law, FMK, between
Wood and Smithfield sts..Pinshureh. sep 10-1 v
la UGH TONER, Atm , nev al Law, North Rat corner
of Setitbfietd and Fourili streets.. sett y
HANNA TURNBULL'S Paper Warehonpe. No.
1114, Wood 51., w here may be had a eenerbl moldy
of wattle , wraPoros. ptinting, wall paper, blank hooka.
school books. kc. Fen 10--ly
lli ,• airs
it , N.
184 Liberty street, head of Wood
C. TOWNSEND $ CO.. Wire Workers and
R. Manufacturers, No. 23 Market street, between 2d
and 3d streets. seP 10-1 y
17XC II ANG E HOTEL, Corner of Penn and ",%. Clair
4 . 1
st , eets, by IIcKIBBIN k stdITH •
METAL.-77 tons soft Pie Metal for infe .
4. G.* A% GOltD 3N.
No. 12 Water street
3,090 LBS. BACON HAMS. 16400 0.-
Shouiders, for gee tty
N 0.12 Witter street
JAS. PATTERSON, 3 r.. Birfranglla.M, near frilielnarxh,
-Pa.. Mount:Kw rer of Locks. 'ffineex and-Bolts; To
bacco. Fuller. Mill and Timber Screws; Hoosen Screws for
Roiling Mills, ii-c. Bap. 10-1 -
lOM arCLOSKEY•T Vor and Cletltier, Litter. y
street, between Stub anct Virgin alley, souts side.
sep l 0
W BURBRIDGE 4. CO., Wholm:ale Grocers and
Cnlniq%salon lile,chantit--.Seeond street, between
Wood and Smithfield stf.t., Pittsburgh. sep 10- 1 y
G. 4- A. GORDON. Commls.tAnn and iforwarding
J• hlorchants, Water st..Pitisburlfh. Pep 10-1 y
ILIA MS.-4 casks hams, a good anu IP. received per
R Corsair, and for ialc. by J. G. - A.GORDON.
sep 10 Water street
QUGAB. ¢ MOLASSES.--40Mitts New Orleans Su
nar; SO bbis Nes; Ofiteansolng.ea., far kale by
• seP 10 J. G. 4- A. G.OR DON:
SUGAR. -7 laidi prime N. 0. Sii7ar, rereived ncr S.
R. Maine, and for sale by J. G. k A. GORDO:V.
seP 10 No. 12., VVsier street
508 ACON CASK s,oiA.oGrdoeftr,Doonxbrdo.a n i d 2. fo sv r rieler sty
sep 10 J 7 G. _
SUG A R ANO MOL A S SES.—I 3 Ithds a odAld Is N. 0.
Sugar. 32 bids N. 0. Molasses, received per Steamboat
Importer. and for sate by S. G. kA. GoflOnN.
seP 10 No. 12. Water street
5 BBL?. i.A n D OIL, for gate by
B. A. FA frißlzToel( k CO..
sertcorner of 6th abd Wood am
iy f'EfLii gr u ni: A l / 1 10 F ilr A . 11 lam p
7z i.o ltl c le ic k. 4. fo c r o 7 a le
sep I U co+ner n h and Wood s
200 LBS ['repined Chalk, for ca , e
It. A. F MIN rot - K . Ec co ,
set, 10 corner 01 - 60 3nii LL ood et:
Silt; 111 AND MOLASSES.-60 Ititds , . N. G. Sugar,
Iddlz. (14.. do., 100 do. Plrinta;i..n 111.1:1.5f. , , for
J. G. Fr A.GOIIIION.
No, 12 IVtitr.r slrret.
431 P 1.%
c ep 13
BLANK PETITIONS, NOTICES, &
1 he u•sert in Bankruptcy procecd,ngs, printon
good p;iner,rind in the forms oppcnved by the Court ,for
nt the Office of the Mercury and Democrat: Fert 10
'VV3I. ItUBBARII, fashionaide hoot and
V shoe Manufacturer. No. 11.11, Third street, between
Wood aud Sul ithfield streets. P ittrhu rgh rep 10
BUCK MASTER, ATRNEY Al' LAW,
has 1,m0...1i his office to 'the corner of Fourth
street an d Cherr .klley, hetwf.en Smithfield' and G
FOR'RENT.—Thedweiting nod lot., containing 4
acres, in Allegheny, uear the 'leaver Road,lately
occupied;.y Mr. tnue! Church. Apply at the Merchants
and Manufacturers' Batik. to W. H. DENNY.
6 r t AV ID SANDS, IN ATCU & CLOCK
MAKER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts
DEALER IN WATCDF:§,CLOCKS, BREASTPINS
FINGER RINGS, CDAINS, KEYS, COMBS, tr..
LANDRETIPS. GARDEN SEEDS.- A foil
supply of handreih's Garden Seeds, always oti
kind, and for sale at his agency, the Drui
S store of
F. 1,.. NOW DEN',
sep 10 184 Liberty street, head of Wood
DR. DAVID WARD has his office and rmmience
on Fourth Street, nearly south of the Court House.
second drvellina from Rossstreet. He wittfaithfully atitud
all calls pertaining to his profession. Night calls should be
made at the door above the basement. sep II)
fEMOV AL —Matthew-Jones, Barber and Hair Dress
cr. has removed to Fourth street, opposites he May
ors office. where he will be happy icwah upon permanen
ur transient costumers. He sulicitca share of public pat
COMMERCIAL AUCTION' ROOMS, NO
iio Weed Street, Pittseinra.-11. A. Banana%
Auctioneer and CommNsion Merchant, is now prepared
to reieltre ind *ft aft kinds of Goode and Merchandwe.
at ktit-huve notteapaeions loon*. No, I'M. North East
Corner el. 'Wood and Fifth 'Streets. titist!‘ ll 7-0- -
itegutar notes of Dry Coeds.. Furniture. Groceries and
other nitieles,lotitondaystitid Titureday of each week.
Hardware. Cutlery; Pry Goads. and Fancy articles, on
Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thursday reninvt.
Books. kc., every Saturday evening.
Liberal advances tnadeonta Consigmeente when wanted.
ltesers.John:D. Davis. Big-,
B 'eeiof * Beath.
flampton. Smith, It CO,' _I -
" F. Lorene;. ..
S. W.. Burtiride*
.. Car., lamps "'Margin.:
U . Joon SI Tidden
Logan 4 Kennedy.
. 4 J. K. Moorhead Co.
4. Jas. P-Mosaft, pg.
Caps. Jiss• Maj.
41 ' Selinjalanan, ift
litil!taer Symms, -
4 . 8.0. Henry. -
3j := rliiAktUaltaler Ce
NOVEMBER *er, 1442.
1-8 4 2 ~
Pius - #=1.4 4 liar: POdifr .reCkat?
' - Stealeaset
. . :ariVinliCtilank .
iSAN'L. PE4IPHILL y Alagier,
H" , :onin'ii 6 . l lieTtetiviar ttlPa. And Alit:reel dal.
19 (Sendayseiteols4.) Lamm* Beaveraka. 9"
clock A. M., leaves - Pitteldigh at 3 leeleelt P. K.Titatl
neete at Beaver miltn the . '
Pennsylvania and Oki* Line
of Freight and Packet Canal boats between Beaver, and
Cleveland Ohio, and Creenviiie,- Pennsylvania. Leaves
Beaver daily at 6 o'clock P. M. This line connects with
two drily lines on the penrsylvaltia canal to Philadel
phia, and with tine New York and Ohio lineon the Erie
canal, and New York and Ohio line and 'Ohio canal.al-
I so with sliwro freight and passage boats, twigs and
~chnoners, an the Lakes. The proprietors of this well
known line will he prepared on the opening nt naviga•
lion to transport merchandize to any of the interaledi
ate ports on the Pennsylvania and Ohio, and Ohio ca
nals-, to any - port on Lake Erie, and the Upper Lakes; to
and from New York city and Philadelphia..
McClure 4- Dickey, Beaver, Pa.,
Cobb Wormer 4, Co., Cleveland, 0.,
Rees 4. Taylor. Warren, 0.,
PITTSBURGH . it CLEVELAND
W. B. BOLES; .Master.
RUNS daily (Sundays excepted.) between rirrs.
atreoll BEAVER. leaving leaver it 8 )1. -
and ,Pittsbnygh. at 2 P, Il• preatdad zatii.EO,aui!eor
ty Gaard to praveat Explosion of BoiWo.
Thissplendid and faw. runnin2-BWwWI - Dual bailout
neon roinpleied expressly ,for this trade, attil Inns in
CL.a Riff& it Co* • Pixtabonyll and Ctev4i' Aiwa of.
FBEIGHT.S.WiI P.BSSAGE 11047 doily : to
Or,down the Ohio canal to Mas-ilon, ke, and
tension' Line to Greens '
Tt• e Canal Boats or, I his Line are. towred to - and from
Piitsburelt direct. and the business conducted i.n the
molt prompt and economical spot m. Haying •connec.
Hon with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines to 1401040.
Milli and Baltimore, and Steamboats' running t own the
Ohio river; also, throe:lt our Agents at Cleveland. with
`_.7. M.' Reed's Steamboats and several Lake Vessels, and
the Troy and Id iciiican and Buffalo Lake boat lines on
the Erie canal, a-e prepared fur the transpoitation
of Frt. iebt to and from all points on Ike : canal, the lakes
and the Ric'. r, or the EaHern eities,at pricesas ow as
any other line.
Apply to 0..11. Harbor, N 0.55 Water at, or at Steam
boat al ithiean's Landing. Pittsburgh.
Clarke 4- CO. Beaver.
Habbarri treataerber, Warren.
Wheeler 4. Co. Akron:
Tkoutes Richsusad co. Cleveland
R. Wick 4- Co., Greenville;
W. C. Wien., .haron,
IL W. Cilnaingharn, New Castle,
John K irk, Youngslow n,
John Campbell Newton Falls;
Campbell sMiller, Campliellstown;
Babcock & Mcßride. Ravenna;
C. ac D. Rhodes. Franklin;
H. A. Miller 4- Co.. Cuyahoga Falls;
Weisman 4- Whitehead, Massillon;
Gurdun Williams. 4- CO.. Detroit;
Kinne,flasis Si. Co., tlnfrato;
Cowing, Richmond, Williams 4- co.,New York.
111GBY—No. 121. Garner of froodand Front
.Street.•, Pita:Om - et, has on hand s complete as
sortment"( Queettsware Fulled to the city or country
made. Ahm. n choice selection of pure wlrlte and gold
hand DINING AND TEA WAR E. in large or small sets.
or separate pieces ID Fait purchasers.
A cask of 48. CO. or 84 piece sets. superbly painted
and gilt English Chinn Teaware. Si very lOW price_.T.
Toy Tea ware. plain, and t ich painted and gill, front
1.001" :35.00 per set
Children's Mugs of ever i description. '
Willie China Shaving Mugs.
Granite Dining at d Tea services, in while and with
, p'entlid American scenery printed in blue and !thick.
A la r2e varirt y of Steamboat Dining and Breakfazt Stis,
imported to match. complete,
Fite Proof alone baking plates and dishes, from the
Flint and Greim Glass. In rill their varieties.
Window Glass, of every size.
Palen? rueiteig, Tni,F and Krelers.
Slone Pipe Ileadn. ¢e, ke.
All of which are regpeetfillty offered to the pub.
ie on the most favorable term?. Jan 26.144 2.1-11.
% J. FOX "MOEN diteerve,
lien" of PittphilrFtVand-hooro for n share of pubtlepat
ronate. De will eectttealt Ittoda cf writing:wit h neat
ness and disprilcll: - Cases in hankrnpley attended to on
reasonable terms.—Oetee in SruithfietA street, at the
house of Mr., hornas O'Neil, to whorl, be refere.
sep 10 T. Ti. FOX ALDEN.
DAVID CLARK. AO. fashionable Boot Maker ,
nos removed to No, 34 Market street, between
Second and Third si reels, where lie wou 41 he happy
to see his old customers. and all others who feel &Sims.
ed to patronize lum. He uses nothing but first role
stock. and employs the best ofworkmen; and as he gives
his constant personal attention to busine., be truststhat
tic will deserve and receive a fair share of patronage.
wen 10 •
FftUiTrz, ICE CII EA RI, sr
A Bunker rpectfally Informs his friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of lee
Creams. tosether with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits. in their season. at his establishment—No. 111,
Fifth street, het weer. Wood and Market.
N. B.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes. or anything in his line. Also families furntshed
won Bread. sep 10
JOHN B. GUTFIRIE, Auctioneer and_COntptilr 1
'ion Merchant. No.lo6,corser of Weed 4- Fifth sus.
Pittsburgh: [leviee been appointed one of the Auction
eers foi the City of Pitsburah. tenders his services to jab
bers, manufacturers and dealers. who may be disposed
to niake trial of this market- He Is prepared••lo make
advances on consignments of all saleable commodities,
and t rusts to rati,ly correspondents by quick sales, and
speedy :and favorable returns.
.That the various interests which may be confided to
him, shall be'adcqualely protected, he brings to the aid
of his own experience in business and acquaintanre with
merchandise, generativ, the services of , Mr. Spirit..
FAnstswrocs; heret prose advantareoust y known, as an
importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent i neattement is made.
Messrs. 31. Tiernan, Pfeil. of 31. 4. M. )
.. Bank. - 1
ti Darlington 4- Peebles, I.
t. Robert Galway. i
•i James N. Cooper, i
" Jameg May.
~ R. M.ll.libile. Pittabtulgh
ii Wm Robinson. Jr. Presq . i
Si of Exchaor,e,Bank.
•• Tiamploo,Srnlth, 4- co.. 1
• t John D. Davis,
it. - Samuel Church.
ii J.B. Mow-head..
" JIM W:lltown. 4. co. •
4. John la Sown.* co
~, slow' 4. tingle,.
-. Yoroti ,- 4- 111 mem,
~ john S Itiddle,
.. Jelin Daliell.
OVA MPS CAMOMILE PILL L S.-ABRA
.,Ut.—'I4IOOI J. CLYMER, residing oti 66 'Mott *rem,'
New York, was alkicted with Dyspepsia, in it! most.
aggravated form. The - ayisptinui -were iolint bead:
ache. greilt debility., fever. mptimenessrerigh; heart _
imn*pato tatholdiesk and ahstattell *lwnyi alter siting,
Ind ithimaif,shlisailloh.- Pr,siorolk lit Ike hlfirtld,
rieditingot, sanses. With Doreartlntilithlki.d
-lopards *Ott tiO4 00 1 9 1141 W - Tbeeßhaik V. 440- 114 -)
wa rd of a twelvemonth, when. on compiling 11r. Wm.
Eians.lool,lllthltit street: and mrpstitthig in ltistOef
r ereeroad f id dstreeatile MOde of Ireatmeut r tho witient
was Mlinpletely restoredtram-2n in the short min* of
oneinonth,sei cratectli-thrOletimilculatae.henelit geriv..
ed. e n d, y ca me forriord end voinnecened the above state
- *or sai e,Whiliettliestitil IMO , -by !,..:. ---- , k
. VAL. sia4PtlVA4rit, , .
Ni.lo, Weed siiestOiehiw iticiad!
- ct--. 4. :,- , z, ..f -- . -,;;,' , ,g. ..!-..t.• ,- • •
}, 114,4 644. 0. ,
, _ • *bib.
JAMES A. VBAZY. Agent,
N 0.60 Water airier, Pittsburgh
r4wk-Autw 4l . l kr - -ii ,c
ektedi reettie..riffe. Thew
ruts re stron g ly
.recommended to the notice of
the ladled sea enfe avid , 'eticiele remedy ier - semoviiti
those complaints pseallar_to thetr sea. from want of ea -
Crctse.ni geneviletehfliti - Of the weeps; they °White
costiveness. and aketat'sact , all , Hysterical and IftWela4
affections: These iritte havo infield the maisceitin and
approbation of-the moot eminent TiMiciens hi the Uni
ted States, and messy, Mothers, , For sale Wholesale and
Retail: by ' R.T.: SELLERS; Agent.
tep 10 No. 20. Wood gereet.leiow Second.
WN. ADAIR, foot V S hoe Xiikir.iiestsit St.,
•PS•sits tAtt Arid of SmoitAPld st.;.eittsiturel..—
Thesubscrlherhavfne bought cint the steel: Of the late
Theinas Rafferty; deceased, has commenced, 6161 ism&
In the old stand of Mr. R.. and is prepared to , execute
all dmoriptions of work in his title; In the hest manner
and oo the shortest notice. De keeps corstanily on hand
a large assortment. ofshoe Anilines of all descriptions and
of thebet4grlity. Be sale:its the' patronage, of the pub
lic and -craft. WM. ADAIR.
1101111TTS BURGH MANUFACTORY. , ---• Prists
• ' awl Azle. for Cerratior at Easter% Prices.
The subscribers manufacture and keeps constantly on
hand Coach, C and Vitale Springs (warranted.) Juniata
Iron MOPS, Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass
and prated Bub Bands, 'Stun* Joiati, Patent Leather,
Silver sod Brass Lamps. Three fold Steps, Malleable
Iron, Door Dandles and Hinges. - ke.. -
JONES t C(H . EIttA ti.
St. Claw st.. near it e Ittrcheny Bridse.
I 4 D.SELLER:S, M. D., office and dwelling in Fourth,
KIL near Ferry street. • sip 13—I1
LOOK AT THIS
The attention Afttiwe who have been-somewhat scep
tical in reference to the numerous certificates Puhnnned
In fnvor . nr Dr. Strarne's Camponnti SyruP orWitd-Cher
ry,on account of ktie . persa es beteg, u ilk rinSIM _ilt-111,4 sec
ticiii or the StatejlivitiVetfittly direCted to the ralkivitine
isetttimtie,the ir r i f .of-whlih bee been 'a e itteeti '4114
borough forseve tymirs. and is knot n naa"...tentleman
of integrity and retiponsihility. -
To the Agent, kir ..J. KIRBY.
t have used - Dr. Stye vne's Comp and Syrup or Wild
Cherry for a cough, with lachiclv.l.have hieen severely n 1
, dieted for about four montbv, and I have no tivoital ion
1 In 'saying that itlathe most &reel ive medicine that I have
Ibeen able ha procure." It conarnwca all uneasiness.. and
agrees well with my diet,—and manlains a regular and
good none - lie. I can freely recommend II to all -others
similarly atllleted. J. Minium, Borough of Cliambersteit.
March 9. IP4O. " gen 23
For sate by WILLIAM THORN No. 5:3 Market Ft rest .
FRUIT. SHADE, AND 'ORNAMENTAL
ERSONS desirous or procuring Fruit. Shade. and
Ornamental Trees, or Shrubbery, from Philadel
pHs or New York, are requested to make application as
soon as possible, at the Druz end Seed Stoie of the yid.).
scriber. as here can behad tatalogoeF, xratuitously„, of the
most excellent varieties. F. L. SNOWDEN,
sep 21 No 184 Liiierty streel. head of Wood
U. S. PORTABLE BOAT LINE.
Far the Transportation of illercAandize to and frost •
Pittsburg!. Baltimore. Pkitadelplia, Nero York, and Bos
ton. Through in the shortest time.
United States Portable &t Line, in composed if
Boots built in four sectiurrn. (mei ) Wel ion capable of
containing seven tons. and stezreptdde of-being separate
or detached and transferred from 91Fial to Rail Road,
thus, as it were, forming a complete train, of Cars, or
presenting the env el appearance of a Boat sailing no land
and thereby avoiding the ereal delay octasioned l.y re'
shipping ai the several jltel in us and terminal tots of Ca
nals:lnd Rail Roads. the expense of transhipment and
he damage Ihe goods • usta in by Iregacut handling; and
rendering it imprnsible to separate lois of gooLs on the
wny- -11W111:•_ In the peculiar construction of the Boat
having four separate apartments in which goe.ls sm.
red, renders them less liable to d-mage goods by water 01'
1 Otherwise than by any other mode of transportation.
The system ofTran.portation.as recommended by the
Canal Commissioners and lately ado Med bx tile State,
refers particularly to this class of Boats, Tpe Boats of
this Line are owned by responsible captains that Imo
I Item;and is the only Line now in operatioo free from
monopolies or combination.
Comisconsigned to the undeesigued ormpi,sorill, he re
ceived free of commission and shipped without delay at
the lowest rates. All chorea% paid and every loSlvtlet ion
• flux • ••4 in _C TN..*
-F. F. POPE, Agent- - ra - G anal Pl ' illeborSh•
TIIOS. 808 BRIDGE. AeethtPlhila. f
- 11 Aft BLE k NI:WM:TOIL V:—Pai rick Cawneld re.
spectfully acquaints hi? friends and I he public ^ _rn•
eralty, that he has commenced the Marble hnsiness at the
corner of Fifth and Liberty sts., w here will he conWarttly
on hand. tomb stones, mantel pieces. monuments. head
and foot stones. table slabs for cahinet ware, and every
article a npertateing to the business. ... I.l e will warrant his
work lo be well done, and his chare - es will be moderate
He respectfully asks a share of ouhlic patronage. sap 10-
TAMES A. VEAZEY, Fortaardiwg and CORISISiItiO7 I,
AlCreka7a, Amon for Steamboat Cleveland and
Pennsylvania and Ohio Line. Ilnylna rented the ware
house formerly occupied by illrmintham lE Col. No. 60
Water Street, between Wood anti Smithfield. is prepared .
to receive and forward !moods to any port on the Ohio or
Mi-Ps6wippl river on reaaonabie terms.
CCSP.ORTNERSH/P.--G. P. Smith 4- W. Hampton,
having associated themselves together. under lire
Orin of Hampton 4.• Smith, will continue the vihnlesitle
Pry Goods business .in the house recently ,occupied by
Hampton, Smith:4- Co where they will be receiving In a
few doyen new stock of Pall and Winter Goods. They
respectfully invite their old friends, and merchunta gem
erally„..ttiniting Pittsburgh, to call and eintrine their
Portal , le Platform Scales on wheels, to weigh 4500 IN, et
do do do do 2.4/05 at $45 eo
do do do do 1,500 at' 35 00
do do do do 1,000 at 30 00
Oa do - • 114 , -400 at RS - 00
With raising levers 'madding° ofs3 - to'each scale.
, Tiorrnant irides irk •ilierive of •Warebisas* 'Flouring,
Minh, ke..the earneßtiras as above..
AtiM,Whlte.'n-Patent Counter Seale, with 0. Young's •
imprimentettta.4ed a. Toilet) , o( , other canker sealer,
whiph they wilt sell .for from 8 to $l5.
'et also iniiiititiciare Itogitiewidr
Mlle, flaw Mill,. Salt Works. t kt,doahlii,aad•
geared slide taltiesSOot Bud oilier lobes roi WOW inhibit
8134110Megbf tenaniMic thiliflictlittotpli-te*lilotra" - A nor
1414,8 Ph alachOwM7",l4 lllll Pat Pa. tOrlffolver• WO or
ehoet thraihiiiB a iiMericifeitritek.',ilrspht*:
citakhhw lot' ealatrilre OM;
- fitoeki: tape dies; - "Cofrei.
and machinery for amities the astae, tame raetoii•
chilli:AY wife or inilltedr pritlttaE P l tt a iteas turned
afid •-••• .. •
01HIPMAYc kl - , • • .
TOT* *III I 4SiI I CV
• - " eR,O'SrECT
Fii palliiiking if iato-bigils Eke C U! .1 Pais
iruoisubledbea.baying wadi agrangsneents tomerge'
41 , the Soletican MltlilicaMstrer and Phtsburgh Herta
ryinfo este Jintreal, haveconeitdded to publish, a 'dally
paper with - the lftle of the Theilollirdise Post. a_ -
The leading object of ins 'Pty lOU be ibetiPmend
tiOn and defence of the political principles that have bete-
Wrote been maintained by the Editors. In their resp.ctive
papers, and their hest effurts will still in,
advancement and success of those doctrines. -
Although, In politicii, the paper will he thoroughly
democratic-, let the Editors hopeyillikivlng it honest.
candid history of "panting Polpt*:rtneentn. Foreign
and Domestic Intelligence.and brief inatipes of, all Mat"
tees and occurrences iforcome - propeity within the sphere
ofaTublicJouriactO iailtetheir Papst ImilicientlY in
cresting to muffle it to (Imp:tannage of the plabibe, Ir I
respective of patty considerations., -
in addition to the pedilical and general news that will
bei*undie lbe " 41614143 1 , Peat.' tbe Editors win faits
pales to furnish' the • hosionem community with
the bales; and room IntireaDng Cotommetst. IhrrStla•
Cadet from all - paltsof and-to have Mena
red such aeceuntsofthe bliwitets mad *abate of Trade
as will be advents/rerun to oittillerchants and Sadness
Men - in their sestet} callings. -
Terms—The Pam will he poblished en a large impart
alsbeet of fine paper, (tnaintfaeltered especially for Ibis
Juneau) at the nittimally low rate of Flint DOI:LASS
per annentspityabie in advance. It will also be sold by
news-boys at the low rate of TWO CENTS a copy.
Illitertisensoite will be inserted at the lowan, rates
charged by the other daily papers of the thy.
re-TWENTY active lidsarensinted to the Post.
who will be engaged ma the most Multi terms
Auvrsi 31. 184
DSAVILLIIIIT TOBACCO. stare and
11-0,10 for side 3. G., t A GOILDpN,
No. IL Water street.
Btliforrison C o :i.ondpit, for aaliyitialy by S. N.
Wickersham, corner of Wood eget and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and B. - Harwood. Beaver Pa. who
is sole agent for Western Pennsylvania. sap 10
FARM FOR SA LM.—The undentitnesi offers for sale a
tract of land situated 4 miles frt... "recant', in the
direction of Kittanning. B : offal° 'township. Armstrong
mmaty.containing NO arm, 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10'of whicn ore in meadow— a rood square log
domino' house and cabin barn erected thereon-4n apple
orchard of atthearinr trees—and ajapring of excellent
Water convenient 'Witte boom. '-'
FOR TERRS nripix to the subsexibers residimg at the
Saltwortis on the Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mile above Free
TO THE W.bSE•—ltis now well understood haw
much dis-lrders of-the mind depend for their cure
uproots due attention to the body. it is nevi understood
how verluable is that medicine which wilt remove morbid'
accumulations without weakening the bodily paWer. It
now understood that there is a reciprocal influence be. :
tween the mind and the body. It is now - understpod that:
purging with the Brandreth Pills wit) remove it „mean
etioly, and even insanity is cured by perseveringly using'
them: It Is now understood how much
ncss depends upon the healthy condition of tits digestive ,
It is now well known that the Brandreth Palk have
cured thonsands of hopele_.3 and helpless persons, even
when ;the first physicians had -pronounced them beyond
nil unman means of relief, It is now not only well
known that theltrandreth Pills - so cure, but it is also on.
derstoo how they,nure; is by their purifying effect
on the blood I het They reattife the body toitealth.
Tim. value oethe meffir int becOming innre and mare
inn nifest,it in recommended daily from family to family.
The Brandreth Pills remove in an almost imperceptible
manner all noxious accumulations and purify and invigo
rate the liiood,and their good effects are not Counterindan
ced by any inconveniences; being composed entirely of
vegetables they do not exposit those who rum them to
danger; and I heir effects are as certain as they are salu
tary; they are daily and safely administered to infancy.
youth, manhood, and old age. and to women in the most
critical and delicate chntimstances. They do not disturb
or shock the animal functions, bet restore their order
and rttahli.b their health.
&tidal Dr.• Braadreth's Office. No. 93. Wood street.
Pittsburgh. Prire 25 rents per brig. with full directions.
M A nit —The unif place in Pittsburgh wherethe
-.daunted the tnclor's own o ffi ce, No.
98 Wood street.- - -ry-y-u`
. . - .
Eel, J. ft.:rfattirr's, Repppctrally Inform :he citi
orenpf "We i truFAlS' l ift i d;VlTe*:;n • glen ce tai
former patrons nod the public. generally: and solicits a
renewal of a portion of (heir patronage. In connexion
sized - fife, only di ff ering from that - itiatrer-ei
isx l .
merit imbeing played upon at the .entr
the same manner as a flageolet. _-Itinc
tune he performed was monotonousl li'
-. , 1
disagreeable , ,
Pot about ten m o( inutes the piping. ciiii, ' . I
juggler, which he accompanied'
BRANDRE CH FILLS. . had no efr et an d we'
strange contqltlollB,, e ,
yET Invalids shad the following account of a Salim . . nf id
were once or twice on th e point . in.,
_KJ cured of a complication of afflictions in nineteen when lie entreated us' hila. !
daysby the nse of Brandreth riii3. it. illstinctly proves le g el "Ys
there are herbs in nature which have affinity rUre be looks - -t
to remain and watch the nruit- ,tst 1
cause ar disease, and Brand reth'ir Pitts are made for them
Read and beemrineed. -Take the medicine andhe rated the end of that time we - could itais.litth
EXTRAORDINARY COs, EOr RHEUNATIS M fixedness of the mares eye, lhatiti B .-- itigillt . lat'
DIA REM:EA. AND APFECT/0/10? THE LE/NG 1 1 IF victim approaching; in another
Joan Saaw, of Pembroke, Washi art on county, Caine, iii
head of a large cobra eat:milk ' -
[ being dnly sworn, says, that be was taken violently siek
w t ii •h- it ' - w - I
1 aboitt sit mouths stare. The pains in his head, brmast, the . 8 Ala ura y 8 run .
back, left side and imam) being so had that lie was one. The charmer, hewever, seemed rather itieg. ,
Melo help himself, and was taken into tite Chelsea nos
liohted than - dismayed es the ino•
pilaf in the city of Costae. That after being in said -a hied than ~ _ .
• .. . ,
hospital five areeks.Dorlar Olissaid he did not know emerged from its eanbly home. Preitere -
What was the mattes with him, and that he could do ly its whole length appeared: ..40-` "..,/,?
nothing for him, nur could he prescribe any medicine.
magnificent snake 1 bad never seen . ' I t :'
That he, therefore, Wasconveyedfrom the Chelsea floe. ma,.. "....7_, ..,:, ',-
phial° the Sailor's retreat on Staten bland. That he must admit that it seemed-Asti __ ,
was there physiorked with all aorta Of medicine fora'pert.
od of roar montbs,tuderhag all the time the most heart. the .idggler, who now el°wl Y le" : 114161 -
'moiling ailerrY ,- Thai. belittles lift afleetion °lbis bones few paces, to show his power. - ...: - hi rigls. , : ks- :,
he was troubled admit with a digfase of the Mimi:: some.
times he would spit a quart ofphiftinrin the day; himides ved, the serpent moved; whentre . :,i- , k, , y ‘c ,
this affection lie had a bad Diarrhir,a, which had more t h e se r p ent did the SafBB. - Thir - iye ~ io, *-
. l ally riveted ' leir - Itliie
or tcss attended him from the ecimmenrement of his sick. snake seemed m-gnet_e ....._
nets.- That at times, he dreaded :stool worse than he ~f the charmer, ilepending on - tad til — teat - A . 41
would have dreaded deal h; that he can compare the feel- 2 - .• :.;
his every - movement. ' t ip
lag to nothing rave that of knives pasolitp, through his log me' eSeelr? r ,
beam's. , ether sintering perm than death at thefador's red me afterwardi.ffrat,' ',
Vet rem .on Staten Island, ihe doctor told him that Medi-
Ditiv for ii . single - instant, - the 'Cobra , '
ei.a.sa.,torns awls h im d iet he ouptiry to sithenhant, . .
At this time he wagsnffering the ertotest misety. That would have sprung upon him VIM WHIM
Ma bones 'wtre isitiehder lie ctirdd not hear the *ail preter e d him . I termini), never - 'vim etriiVit
ore noon the elbow or apoothe
said that hia tome, was &MS' bat r mita 6440
Most painful. that as tile Doctor said he would, give him
more CU r
......_..„ AF ,.. 3. .-
so more itiedleinehe deterealomilcrunieure some of Dr.. the very close proxi m ity's tf - 1 1:
itrandrettes Pills...which he did.
liar Yolk; that he
emetbenedwth r •i T ee m it t l e. B e r e r
exese.lia, dealing monster was by no isk. ---
tr , to my feelings. ,
thaeldaareaarstatipae.tasio4l .. The. first Week's use . 0 , , . - ..- ,:,..- -
so mach berielfted hint . , that the doctor , not knowing When the row . followed 47
what he was sating.„imbloatiscaiunt; you look like a
yards, distance hy the final ver
man again; **you improve la ibis may. you ate soon Po . ~
welt.' That biefatirirevery'dose of the erandreth' Pills smooth spot in the Mattut -9 1 0
relieve Mar. amFthey_ cured him of the Pain wAell. l_ e l ha sadfienly squatted down . ..`i
stool;that they next eared tie diarrhea, and finally the - . _ . -.. ••1„ i
piles in' birlumor-Aisittnhe medicine ser.nsd fa- Mid pla y . lou d er an u .," 49 . 141-. i i 05 4 - .51. .r.
strength to him,
~, eve!) , day. !Retold the doctor Pattarr* - Wan. , The .alltiftttl,l - 0,,,
dry the Iltir Pasittia; that he frit Vitae* welt, and` a
then, raising 11 , 44; e , ;Uptig!
tha t he owed he f WAralplifittilit fifh *Ow . .... ..- -, .- ~.., . - ~.:. ~,.-.....„
t i roirieni.'ie, nisi be Ifai taken Chet medleinelevelPdaY Its tau, in t h e same - ilea !i5, , ,,.4,
feritaaysoo l !he 0004 toliiihlai-gsolfo/ tact WU he it often assumes prAvici#oo , 44 , i),t
find heel taking that atdielae be should o baira staled . • • - .-r•- , - _. - ,• .. ,. ..qtr,- , ..--
Mosiliairday la rtithetti. ' liestimm*rie fib did?' to fad sPringr _,zolagin ja .. g thAval i ne ,„...„
smite thisittsttdinsi Melltee l PW PWWteefi l . A ll- ai r Piv i r a trlDo4 in li * l a des :liir e PS ,l4 " r'
alie to i c t i t bit they 'tady liainikittiee:Vo ed - tine oftiespswy , Wiso ' lOl4
t a ,_.
ouv.„,,,,nteatsupeak. , -7 • ants, sailtv ir . _ :, - ,_, , A -,_ _; - ,-.,_
seen' show washy me duly rime llitalitaddaY of lentWeideeti a allentar 03 slot ,,,• 1 0... ,
Aiwa: 1243.nal liniewiiiiiini.siihelliroteriolle W illi; hands, the regular Qui His, tt,-*
meat ts trite- J_lit WitElAtillt.Contwdrt i kuleter , T h44l v , -f e , n ee , i tees )-4. - s 4,rlß l t4
-thizikyritostra PILLS twe'tinrd' at 11W.' Pm* * - ,I t , gt i , ~
*WIN Prim** Otafe.s4,,haftfAft_pirAzitew.-Yeall.-Adied. wan' were a, ,
inn it ft)* rtrinemidoffire.ll o .9 3 wood ateeet•rniatanib. %aid t ij-tai o ve,
t iw, oirrops,Atat la-Pfttidiaikk *beret* netnitMriatii 3 c s idtisodi; -2.`;,f;,;
titt obtained. . -.. aePts — a m. „ , -..,- - ikr,. , —4„ A . ),-,T
breaking !he stone in the bladder and allawing U to Tot*
of with the nil net:, is 'every Where commanding the deep
est lotereet. Re hopes to extend the Iteneit °tilde branch
o f his profession to the afflicted. Strict arms. Moms , s. of
the madder and Kidneys,—witielt occasionally follow,—
will - likewise receive attention.
Those from a distattee wishing further information
will apply personally Or by letter. or if desired can he
accommodated at his dwelling, in a retired part, of the ei
tyt on Third. between Ferry and Liberty sta. son 10
A peoced Play
insect,' sired be
i Ft reel ;two
re tint. Pitts
id the love.,
• scalespe hot.
-:34 , UU
WM. 4- PHThIP BAKER.
- 1.-rti•. 6
J wish one wee
I. wish ht.'. bulk womilinsitst .
I wish I. imishivindiltximt,
Beheld hit smile or- frown:
Isiah her browe
H u ng not in 1/11.4k4tAirbli
I wish her lip unlike:4lWf - t 11 _4N 1 0r„..7
Fier teeth unfilte-to
wish that blush of inn
Leas fon /Nit tined 110- - ,
I wish h3r blue and heia >K
Had not Inch
That such enclianting,~...
Dwelt tot upon has lowa
that, with lessor
Lea moving wan her nog.
I wish har stop was not -4W,
I wish s blemished, speck
Or twit bediatated her WI"
Her finely rounded neck.
I wish her form posseseti vim"
Less gentleness her 7/.
wish that her bewitObitig how
Hine eyes had neve.e sone. .
Blame mot my heart's:deepairtitg raseells,
Lknow it is protanet
To wish that Nature" fairest pigs
Bad e'er received, a;stain--
'Twat* happier if bubbles! ofaight,
1 trode life's dreary maze, _
Than herokes lire in beauty's light* •
And worship while 1 geze•
Nay, e'en than hope's most fiawsing4o l ol.*:,
.Should fortnne kinder prase,;.-- 7,-
And in such beauty's tender beams;
I found requited _ ,
Before, with eager clasp could
Her loveliness enfold;
My heart weel4lbeaverits'
In eestry untold. •
From ....Eloarain *Whistle," is
4 confess. when iisearjt aloe** rait-
Charmer had arrived :in the isantntin
was quite rieljgbtpd. & Curious
manure to behold a tateciluen4ll:* „
era, repaired eaery l io the.
.. - .74ebece I had-aabed to breakfast;
Wards became tinf , 9,4* the aPectrlite.*_
attempts to etutap. by faseity,arimek
of these reptiles. „It had 10ntibeettlitto•
pected that Colonel g r .-- 7 --'s was,
infested by more than one 4. tht l l l leolo l 4l 4 *
ed monsters; we therefore rowed ihithelC i e
where we foiled the juggler awaiting Oh.
The man had nothing extraordinary in
appearance—nothing attractive in
or manner. He, was as commotrf
ing native as I had ever seen,.; Tembnr:
caste these people belong I knew :sottt
rather suspect a very low CUM. , t
When we entered the enclosum-Weistr
once clerked him to set abnut.. - hialaik:'
which hellid thinn—Re placed
immediately in fi out cf , the hole in which'
one of the serpents was supposed tolurit e :
placing at the same time an earthen jar
near him, and desiring his 'assistant to coy-
rile machit on a.,certain signal be-
ing given. " -n ,
_—_►i .4+41 he igalandy-ilaka4c4
piay on, in a style which I confesaillatiedo
- me an Wrildkat likely to chfrm,
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