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- ma Le a choice, of - alma - 041a
whether it woutd rtot..be lie it
,iy to choose a :Safety, o.*rd,
..t: freight, in prerererti:e In cn . titlit ,
..-olcsion - --and that t he y taHl , *ll4
1 , tvent ion hi' the unrquatifittilcalhai
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, , der-iand the saliccl., nal, - rho =kg, -
,i—heAd" :, number of reititica.eio
•,, rn and others-all of OroirklatTorjOl
•, No 10. 11'airr street. where i11. 11 1 1 1 1 ,_,'
.10 all ti m es to ezitilACiny invelaill
t cake the trouble to rail: - -:'- . : -- - '-.<7: - '
I:ABLE TEAL ESTATW
41e. subscriber offers for sale, al ific
-.The greater . part of his rise
of rittshurgh and A Ifrelerny.
' a rel,nuses, nrarlv new. a
Market siree4. I el wee'. Errand aadf
front of about 54 ferf by 611 deep. /Irv.
e• ;Irately to suit purchaFwv., and Nam
I,:f in Allevirror city, 64
orward of 330 fort in eltlkth,
Penn=) Ivania can 21, 1 64 the eirg:
.t, 101 71,1joil,in , i ;lie Ifle 4vf
cl' '330 rot, ill drill,. lii Infiii,7.ll l o=llo"l'
bl u -r'ctutu 1 now ocrUrir
1111 tsilh two Iwo =tnrp brick rtonb•
/' e corner 0! . Slatk el and Frolll ftireefs.:.
round rent. and Pow oorimiesrly
ALEX. B ACKEN;II
A h. tll 11 11 —‘t antrd 20 p•
A r' , " 2004 , a of Flax .21. d 111104111
I lyn•f- of C..otry frodura inkrft
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4_ f c.lotiolc.‘ion Warr' f• 11.4% NO-9.
II HT. Commission jfercik..o,lk.lo::
cc c,,d 2merican Afariffccirres,
.• rim:in of R'd
3 Hoorn, 111
(izden 4- Co.
rodiourne, ER] ,MadiFan
NI3LE FARM FOR SALE.—J
rr, en which 1 live. in IMO* ,
arid, containing one huilrefss.
70 acres of which is eleareitenbit
There arc upon it threat*
h 3 feet by 34; an apple °reliant ditt..'!!
'vents acres of coal. The soil%
u that of any upland farm la thr
Lci. known on application to the satrardai„
mi=re. WILLIAM WALLACE.
C. WALL. Nei , ' gifid 1114 - - te.;
Piet are Frame Naillefirdwrer,"o"..
~ ts, a I a-a% son band. Lnoking '
framed to order. Repairing doirell,to,(
,•.. r attention paid to re:Ulu:WO/A
; in: u p Si eain Boats or bonsai Witt
~•.cage 10 can-
FE LEA p.—The antwcritersare 800 , ,
' , furnis-h painters, and others who Idla . _„: ..
•, While Lead made of the best rtiate os ,-„,
~.,1, if not superior to any offered tadio .
• add - raw:ad to Dunlap 4- Thigbeictanre ari-
••. 110 Second street,rittsbargh, while ..
' ••• DUNldir_it 001, : .: .
t.,i: FASHIONABLE SHOE ....c•r-.0rb,.^..
St.. one doorframe OK Staled of a ' •
t , crities respectfully Intorrait the
and vicinity that he has
hoes of his own manufactore,aethe ~.,...
wilt, keep constantly on hand Clow=
~ t,astic of ladies. Waseca. and
-.of the hilt quality. *bleb WIN
the Limes He will also. woke 11'4
, JRCy work—suet) as, while ar d .1 0 111fg
-oared gaiters. and buskins. ladier,wv7.--z
wi,t - rs. silk gaiters. ite, it e •,' 1 11 , 4 4.
:de at the shortest poliee:Prai.B.."
--.lex will please Call and examine 0 00
'tether feels confident that ire .nWa . 4 0
•• in his line they may wantj.
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r - Harris's Intelligence Curieiri - a s 5 — is,
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... 1 1 .51 DtGBY having token tbe
+ , l,lf$PSl ofthosz it itorrog* 07
+' reel and 43 Market street. beir
i, the sersteroookleads owe ' _. oroViti:
, lie very liberal sopport ildff_llB. 0
15 L... 40 i
( Lin. in .coarteetion grab `1,11:1001
t ...Rice therm (her ever! 'lnt t e r v old 0 111 .
, r lilliettation of the fame- _ r ee .o l
',node lbeli. antra** fer. -11 Wrriewei
tritiih he Intends rental et al gi d al
10 0 1
Pen ever offered. beleel!rrio, o ffi
- - - lei ..'
• of the stock of the! ore gni se !I
-•a• he intends to confute biorXti it— '
i new, lie frets eon Mot .010 I , lo _ lll ll lll i
44 Stock, ebb& it drowses%
, r kora oiship. '-- _,,,_.aLle Or
to take notieetivieverflinor --,, •• ta-
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OL 1. -NO. 69.
PUBLISHED HY •
s pBILLIPS & W. H. SMITH;
p. C OIIXER OF WOOD P.LFTH STI.
s„lnvß DOLLARS= a- yew:. tiayable in
stogie cop ies TWO CENTS—for see at the
of the office, and n'Y News Boys..
Mercury and 31.1amilactitrer
be d WEEKLY, at the same office, oto a.douhli
ow e, at TWO DOLLARS A year, Oa 04.
circle copies, SIX CENTS.:
i e rins of Advertising.
01E OF TWELVE - LINF2 Oft LESS:
• 0.50 I One month, - & EA°
0.751 Twowonte, wont!, 's,oo
0 , 1,00 Three months, 7.00
LA Four months. 8.00
.., 3.00 Six mouths, 10,00
OM 4,00 One year, 15.00
csisosAßLL AT PIRASORIL.
fit SSW& The Square*
SS. $lB.OO Six months, 1123,00
25,00 One year, 35,00
pz;of four lines Six DOLLARS 2 year. ~
Vv , '" ,
Ton Orrice. Third between Market and Wood
C. M Riddle, Postmaster.
ih r , K , Water. 4th door from Wood st. Peter-
,Ni n ,—ilajnr John W Mock, Collector.
Tartstla. Wood between First and Second
amts A. Bartram, Treasurer.
Titsascar, Third street, next door to the
rrsbyterian Church—S. R. Johnston, Treasurer.
petOrrics, Fourth, between Market and Wood
ilerand , r Flay, Mayor.
asrs Excas.ses. Fourth, near Market at.
rcomi. between Market and Wood streets, on
.nd fourth streets.
ruNrs' .so MalluvacTCßens• AND FrtanitßS' Ds
or, (formerly Saving Fund,) Fourth, betwten
..d Market stteets.
!roc, rift h street. near Wood.
. wish& Mesa,. Water street, near the Bridge.
tar HorrL, corner of Penwand Bt. Clair.
rrs'llottt, corner cif 'third and Wood.
as ilo;tti,eorner of Third and Smithfield.
~ 5k5.7.23. corner of Penn street and Canal.
nEo3l,r..l.iherty Street. near Seventh.
110ese,Liberiy St opposite Wayne
.arr Moistos Horst. Penn St. opposite Canal
Hirt' WOODS, ATTORNEY AND
OLINSELLOR AT L A.W. —Office remo 7
kearell'a offices on Grant st., neatly opposite
Court Hon*, next rooms to John D. Mahon,
irnt floor. . sq. 10
1.. H. ELLIOTT, fI. D.— °lre removed
t. Clair street, between Penn mu( - Liber s ty SI
GOODS,—Preston 4- Mackey, wholesale and
fail d e alers in EfigliSh. French, aril Domes , lc
. Markel st .ashore - 1i sep 10
-INDLESS & ?WPC torneys . and
'o,n‘setb , rs at Law: Office in the thaniond,_ltack
ei Court House, Pittsburgh. spri
Off - AL.- n. Morrow. Alderman; °Mee north
0.. of s!., between Wood and Smithfield
ni,Evrrr, Grocer Rer tif% it. •
-10. , 112dier in Produce nod Pilis!.ur2l
kritei , , No. 224 Liberty Street, Piller
trafalvq I r Ttx thr.weall
& DILWORTIT.—%V IIOI, SaI'
.rorer, prn , incr and Cn7iirnig6ion Met (Ala 01 , , and
n r Malittraelliff4 a No. 29.
rest. 0 ,-p 10
. A R A ROBINSON, Attorney al Law;
thfve no the nnrUtstdeofthe Diamond.betwee-•
nit talon rt reels. Upstairs rep 10
. DURBORAW, Attorney at Law; tender,
u. tit ofee , hmal services to I lit public. Office cur.
.Gtr and NI a diet. .sixects, above U. Llov , lk Co',
11, Pa. sep 10
nunt r 2
iznER tvr las- N .Krai
' IF ir & K E .-VN, m a ,;u fact u fer 3 of Col;per.
11, and Simel. Iron Warr., No BJ. Front st. ~ Flll3l
- Spouting and Steamboat work- p.-ornmiy
• rep 10
a YoUN - FRANCIS L. YOUNG.
1.. B. YOUNG & CO., Furititure Ware
ioonts. I.,ornitr of Hand st. Exchatiee Alley.
wishing to purchase Furniture. will find it to
yantatte to give us a call. hew:. Cully aiisfied that
please ae to quality and price. sep 10
NHAMS.—Just received 160 choice Mai
n Hams, well cared and for sale cheap by ,he d o
taH. bY ISAAC lIARRIS,
N 0.3, Fifth st
A BA.GA.--A soppy of Laodret It's Fresh Ru
- Ttitza, and other different varieties of Turnip
ft received andfor sale at expecte° rttictr.B at the
nd Seed Stare of F. L. SNOWDEN,
No. 184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
B CLOSEY.y.S Boot and Shoe Manufacto
ry, No. 83 Fourth St., neat door tot he U. States
Ladies Prnnella, Kid and Bath' Shoes made
t manner, and by the newest . French patterns.
00 MORUS MULTICAULUS. in lots tonal
purchasers; to be titsposedvf by
F. L.. SNOWDEN.
0 No. 184 Liberty stretit4 Reid of Wood
SU A ROOTS, Flowers and Flower Seeds of ev
try description, can alwaya be had at the Dtu :
glom of F. L. SNOWDEN ,
0 184 Liberty street, head of Wood
LBS. Mina's Artsioal Mammoth Onion Feed, for
tile at the Driiiitad Seed store of
F. L- SNOWDEN.
184 Liberty street, head of Wood.
LBS. NEW JERSEY SWEET POTATOES,
for seed:Jost rteeived by
- F. L. SNOWDEN,
No; 184, Liberty bead of Wood M.
LIES TOOLS, Consisting of Hoes. Fancy Spades
Tia.splauling,Wrowels, Eddlng Tools. Budding
?'"°%l."..viiver.;;Prstning Shears. etc.. just-fe
ast (ur I,Me by F. L. SNOWDEN.
a 184 Liberty street. bead of Wood.
IC E VeoNon v.4lllB.—Just received • small sup
• iy of very ehoiie eared Venison Hama, on retail
fl lots for current money.
Dutch Clover Seed, Orchard Grass and
Kentucky Blue Grass, always on hand and for
P. L. SNOWDEN,
18 N 0.184 j iberty street, bead of Wood.
• ER 4- BUCHANAN, 1/Merv/revs at Low, office
omoved (rum the Diamond, to -.Attoraey a aNdiw."
side of Fourtbaireet. between !docket and Wood
ISTRATES'ISTANES,-for proceedings fn 41
tt , incßt ender the tate law, for sale at ibis Office
SALE.—Lots on tlteNQrtit Saat corner of Coat
Lone and 1110 street. Apply to
10 BENJ. DARLING/0154 Market', near 4th stt.
II LBS. Laadreth's Piench Sugar Beet Seed. just
rued and for sate at the Btu( and - Seed
164 libestyslzeet Iteadorißood.
I LUTION OF rsanarantate-mt
alannership tweyrfore =Wag liteindeit Who_
FiG BY awl BEMAlllNWgioldistbilatir
MU* eiPalleld.l6 llll UDAo7l Wierdffid,
... eli gnalgfe Mil firilklthit up lionew
iVit l 4 lll .ffiattr•
. - 7 13 '.'
'-- l'P- - \r! 1 .- -..-_-', . - - , : - 7, - IX. • ',?:".::',-,..,
ISAAC HARRIS. Agent.
and Com. Merchant
- .. , :-.:',. , :7•, , ,•: -, .:: , . - - - i -- -: ,,. . - ;: ? .:;
-, , ...-,,1if:. , 7:4 , ,.. - . - .4 , 1-.4 -- k .. .' -
, ~ ,,,z :_. ~.-
Thu: inatturr, Drthrtlo1 1 4 0.146%;
*l4 between Stasi of Third- Ste., '' •
on N 81..13N 4. STOCKTON, BookiqUits.gfiet, ers 8.44
Pager Disinitaciarent, No. 31,11iirk tst. Aft 'lo4j
TORN ANDERSONOinntbileid:Pnendry, Water at.:
near ‘lse lignoagahela,tionsetrinstn4C.,:fec,lo-ly
NASD S.,,l.OlitiS t ,Apie.S4Cll4 sUrei. tier
wad door him Vibeoy. " - set', 10— 1y
R. 8.8. BOUNIEEt. cglice to Seeothil stiOtV texttioor
■ to 111 Moony 4 COI Glass Waroboose:p 10-Ty
HUNK 4- FINDLAY. Attorneys! as Law, FrioWinn,
near the blayiir's 'Mee. Ptitsltnight - sap 10-13 s
• tiOS:RAMI LTON. AitOrney at Lawi,Vittb, between
- Woottind - Staitlifield Prct4par'Fb. sap 11)--17
RuGH TONER, Attorney st LawiriOrth East corner
of Smithfield and Fourth street. sep 10—ly
17101019011 ROMA ..... . TO 1111SOLL.
'HANNA d TURNBULL'S Paper Warehouse: No.
104. Wood st.; where may he had a general supply
of .writing. wrapping.. printing, wall parier, blink books,
school hooks, 4-e, 4-c. 80 P 10--1 y
C. TOWNSEND l¢ en.. Wine Workers and
..eawstfactirers, No. 23 Market street, between 2d
441 streets. sep
VXCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of Peen and L. Clair.
streets,by McKtBßlli 2Y 8511T11.
Pep 10-1 y , ,
10 M ETA L.-77 tons of 1"1 Metal' for sate bq
3.G.Q-A, GOll.O 314,
Na. 12 Water street.
3 LBS. B %CON HAMS. 1.6,000 lbs. Bacon
1000 Shoulders, for see hy
J. G. 4-.A.CORDON,
N 0.13 Water street
JA. PATTERSON, r.„ Birmiagham;near Pittsburgh,
-Pa., Manufacturer of Locks. [liners and Bolts; To
bacco, Fidler. Mill and Timber Screws; !loosen Screws for
Rolling - M IK4.c. sep 10—f y
01 - IN 3INCLOSKEy.TaiIor and;Cici bier, Liber.y
stieel, between Sixth afia.Virgin alley, South side.
W BCRBRIDCE - 4- CO:, Whole Sale Groeers and
J Commission filerchnnts— Serond' street, between
Wood and Smithfield sts,, Pittsburgh, seplo--1y
I G. 4- A. GORDON, Commission and Forwarding
OP • Itl , .rchar.ts, Water st..Piiisi , orgh. sep 10-1 y
[FA MS.-4 casks hams. a good article, received per S
.11.5.78 Corsair, and for sale by J. G. L' A. CORDON,
si9 10 • 12. Waier-streei
SUGAR MOLASSES.--4O hlde OriestioiSu
gar;-80 tails New Orlearis7ltotps4i:; for sate uir
sop tO J. G. 4. A. GOI1DON:
SUGAR. 7 Mad; prime. N e : Snstar, rere,ved nes', S
B. Maine. and Cur nate:* J.G.tic A. GORDON.
sep 10 No. 12. Water stree
54 - k BACONCASRS,in order, on hand and for Sale try
sep . 11) J. G. j A. GO ftliON,! No. 12,'Va+er sl
SUGAR AND MOLASSES. —I 3 Illads a t,d 4b!ls N. 0
Sugar, 32 tilde N. 0. Molasse_s. receive.] per Sleamboa
Importer, and for sale . by G. A. GORDON,
sep 10 No. 12. Water reel
MILS. LARD OIL. for sate by . _
B. A. BAIVIF.F 4 TOrR." A- CO.,
coy ner of Ash and SVond al
1.631 PAPERS Germantown I.nmn Mack for sale
1.37 B. A. F A FIN ESTOCK 6: CO..
roriwr of (if 'Wend Pi
‘)00 LBS Preoarcil I'm - sate by
`quo B. A. FIHNBSFOrB S c co
e"Tilf, 11 and ‘iaollst
CC i R AND !AIOLASSES.-611 Birds. N. 0. Einar,
23 1.1!11,. do. do.. 100 do. Piaitati•.i M"lassea, for
J G. 4- A. GORDON.
No, 12 Water street.
BLANK PETITIONS, Norict.:3,
1 0 br +t-ed in Bankruptcy proceliiiiim,. printed Oh
,ZOOII p.lper,and in the forne; approved bytheCourt,for sale
the Office of Ibe• Sierra ry and Democrat. FZP 10
HUBBARD, Lutes' lashionahle boot and
V shoe Manufi.cturer. No. 101, Third wreet, bet Weett
Wood and Smithfield streets, l'itu,hiu mit sell 10
DUCK MASTER, AT'RNEY AT LAW,
N. lm, reu.ovrd his office to the corner of Fourth
street and Cherry Alley, betweewthctilliGeld and Grant
streeig,Pittsburgh: sep 10
FOR RENT.--Thedwelling and lot containing 4
acres, in Al legheny, near the .Reaeer Road, lately
occupiedhy Mr. F. , atnue! Church. A pply at he .1 - larch:lnt s
and Manufacturers' Bank, to W. H. DE'S NY.
sep 10 Cashier.
et: lAAVID SANDS, IN ATCH & CLOCK
-115 111.1.11 ER, No. 7, St. Clair street, Pitts
DEALER IX WATCRES, C LOC KS.BREASTPIXS
FINGER KINGS, CHAINS. KEYS, COMBS, 47c.
LANDRETWS GARDEN SEEDS.— A full
supply of Latedi ei ifs Garden Seeds, always on
baud, and for sale at his agency, the Drug store of
F. L. SNOWDEN,
184 Liberty sireet, head of Wood.
DR. DAVID WARD hat his office and residence
on Fourth Street, nearly south of the Court House,
second dwelling from Rossstreet. He will faithfully attend
all calla pertaining to his profesion. Night calisshould be
made at the door above the basement. sett 10
EM OVAL—Matt hew Jones, Barter and flair Dress
i 6 er, has removed to rOlirtbstreet, opposii e the May
ors office, where he will be happy to:wait upon permauent
or transient customers. Ile solicitsa share of public nat.
7M. A. WARD, DENTIST, Penn st. three
V door below Irwin street, lirmrs of basines4, from
9A. tr., until 5 r. after whieb; time he will attend
to no one esrept in-.cases of actual necessity: He
would farther Worm those who May think proper to
employ him; that he expactaimmedfafe payment, Without
the necessityee ttia-part, ofsetrdhselititithr. - • seP 10
10EM IrF ART; AND, Upholsterer, and Cabiset
.111—Ler, Third st. hetwers ;twit 4- Market streets,
respectful informs hiss Pleads and public that be is
prepared to execute altiorders for Boras, Sideboards, Bu
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Stands. Hair and Spring
Mattrasses. Curtains. Carpets, all 'Forts of Upholisering
wort. which he wilt warrant equal .o any made in the
city, and on reasonable terms. sep I 0
CIOMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS, Jiro.
N.. V -110 WWI Sirect; - Pittsiiitrid.-IC. A. 'Osman;
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, is now prepared
to receive and sell all kinds of Goods and Merthandize,
at his, large and capacious moms, No. 110, North East
Cornet of Wood and Fifth Street& Pittsburgh.
Regular sales Dry Gtsods. 'Ftlitilrure, Groceries and
other articies, on Mondaylaml Thursday or each week:
Hardarate.Ciailery,,Hry -Goods, and Fancy articles,.on
Teresabiy. Wednesday; and Thursday evenings.
Ikraint.4c., every Saturday evening.
I.lberril advances made on Consignmeruswiten Wanted.
. - Itarzasscra.
lifeasm„.John D. Dame„ Esq., - 1 •
“ Bagaley 4. sumo.l ,
“ Hampton. Smith , 4. 00., ' 1
.. _ P. Lorenz "'Co-. -' I
J. W. Borbridie 4. Co., , .
S. 51'6ee 4- Co. i
-. Capt. James Itl'Gargly„ ; 1 , rilfSbargil
“ C. Ihmsen, Esq. , I 1
g 1 Jona 1117adden Esq.
*. • Logan 4. Kennedy. ~ . I ,
,* -. J. K. Ilimarbant 4- Co. 1 . 2,
“ . Jacr P. Statist. Esq.: :-', - -I -.
.t RobertGalwar, Elm: I . 1
4 , v 'Copt:Jae. KO. ”
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Pittsburg/I'sat: Beres, a.
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. " ralifitalOp s
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L. Mn IiENPRWL, Jillsstei'.
nAli.ccmiamtptikber maim trips, mad-Oki-OM dal- -
- ' kr - (ilitinditya exceoled.) tiairp. Beaver at 00'
clock A 116: Wives riustariA4i.4.-o'cle*.ll:_litiiiiii
dects z at Swat with the -- ~.i,..,.. .' „ ,_
- ` - .Pennshiirei *Okii 'Like . , -
hf- Freight and Packet l Mitarimit - .denier: and
Cleveland Ohio , and Brie n ;is, Petniajimmia.. Leaves
Berivergdalip at 0 • t. Id:.-Thliiihreciratreiti with
1 two daily lines oa the_ hniala eanaLloPidladai,
phis, and with tire NeWirdiii and Ohio line on the grin
canal, and New Turk and Ohio rum - and Ohio copal, al
io with Maio -freight iai:'=iiii!itaie Natal*. Viirigii• and
sebooner.o.on the Lakes Tile propriettint el 00 VI II
known line will ireptenalitkii the opening 4 it/milli-
Ikon to trantport_aterchimtikeilW4ity,, , OLikkiniMinwrii•
ate portion the Pennsylvania and - Ohio, and Ohio =-
nab; Many port on Lake lyliti and arse Aliiper Laterite
and from New York City:and Platiiit.
McClure k DickekAiiit*ei,l'lr4. - '
Cobb Wormer * Co« eleithtlidO.,
Rees 4- Taylor. Warren, Ctif
JAPiEE A. VEAZY. Agent,
No.o Water.4tneet; Pittatstrch
, PITTSBURGH 4- 'CLEVELAND
, - B. BOLES. Afillear•
cta nd a v - except ed.) between PITTS.
BURGH BEAVE.R.-le.anltig Byer at t 3 A.-M.
and Pittsbergb at 2P. M. rweidtrl with Evans's &a/e
-t! Guard to 'talent
This splendidand fast tanning Steam Boat batjast
neen completed espiessly for 'this trade, and tuna In
CLIME - Ey:s- Co's. PittotturgA and Cleveland Live of
FBEIGIITAND .passnet BOATS, 'twill td
Or down the Ohio canal to Man Alon, 44. and Erie Ex
tension Line lo Greenville
The Canal Boats of this Line are towed to and from
Pittstmrgh direct, and the business , conducted on the
most prompt and economical system. Baying scanner--
lion with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Philadel•
plita and Baltimore, and Steamboats running down the
Ohio river, also, through our Agents at Cleveland, with
M. Reed's _Steamboats and several Lake Vsels, and
the Trey and-Michigan and ButTalo Like boat lines on
the Erie canal, we are prepared fur the transportation
of Fre- ielit to and from all points on the canal, the lakes
and the r, or the Eastern clties,at prkes as !ow as
any other line.
Apply to G. M. Marto., No s ss Water st, or at Steam.
boat Michigan's Landing. Pittsburgh.
Clark. 4. Co. Beaver.
Nebba.4 Sr Weatherbee, Warren.
WAtele, 4- co. Akron:
names Richmond 4. co. Cleveland
J. R. Wick 4- Co.. Greenville;
W . C. Malen, Sharon,
R. W. Cundingha in. New Castle,
John K Youngstown, •
John Campbell Newton Falls;
Campbell 4. Miller. Campbellstown; . .
Babcock 4- Mcßride. Ravenna;
C. it D Rhodes, Franklin;
A. Miller 4- Co.. CuyahogaPalls;"
%Vet Ismais, NtiJaappatl, Massillon;
G rdonVintkitaukilf:l4 - Det roil ;
Kin e, Lid*et o ;
Coaxing, it " ••Williams 4- Co., New York.
Se P 10
HRIGBY—Xo• 121. Corner of !Food and &sat
Streets, Pitt 43.27,4, has on hand a complete as
sortmeidof Quern , w are suited to the city or country
Al o, a choice !selection of pure white and gold
hand WINING AND TEA %VA RE.. in large or small sets,
or separate piPres to suit purchasers.
A cask of 46. 60. or 84 piece sets, superbly painted
and silt Gwelish China Toaware. at very low prices.
Toy Tea wars. plain, and rich painted and gill, from
1,0010 *5.00 per set
Children's Muss of eve; v description.
'bite China Stiavi us Muss.
Granite Dining 3.'11 Tea Servires. in while and with
--piendid American scenery printed in him. and Wank.
A hiss variety of eltearptioai Dining and Breakfits Stla;
imported to match. complete,
Fire Proof stone baking plates and dishes, from the
Flint and Green Glass. In all their varieties.
‘Vlidlow Glass, of every size.
Patent Buckets. Tubs and Kcelers.
Slone Pipe Reads. 4-c. kc.
All of which are respectfully Offered In the puh.
tic on the most favorable terms. Jan 26. 1842—1 y
Fri J. FOX A LDP.S Attorney and C9ttwaellor at
• LaN'. COI rs his prufeional services to the cit
izens of Pittsburgh and hopes for a share of public pat
ronaire. He will esccutcall kinds of writing with neat
ness and dispatch. Cases in bankruptcy attended to on
reasonable terms.—Office in Smithfield street, at the
house of Mr. Thomas O'Neil, to whom he refers.
Pep 10 T. J. FOX A LIMN -
DAVID CLARK. dl g't. ots Atonable Boot Naker,—
mas removed to No, .3.4 Market street, between
Second and Third streets, where he woad be happy
to see his old customers. and all others who dispos_
ed to patronize him. He uses nothing but first rate
stork, and employs the hest of workmen; and as he gives
his constant personal attention tobnstness, he truststisat
be will deserve abd receive a fair share of patronage.
FRUITS, ICE CREAM, 4- CONFECTIONARY.--
A flanker respectfully informs his friends and the
public that they can always find the best quality of ice
Creams. together with al: kinds of confectionary and
fruits. In their season, at his establishment—No. 11,
Fifth street, between•. Wood and Market.
N. R.—Parties supplied on the shortest notice, with
cakes, or anything in his line. Also families furnished
with Bread. sep 10
join - B. GUTURIF., Auctioneer . aid Commis
sion Merchant. M 0.106, comer of Wood 4- Fifth seg.
Pittsbavga: Having been appointed one of the Auction
eers rot the City of Pitsburgh. tenders his services to-job
bers, manufacturers and dealers. who may be disposed
to make trial of this market- He is "prepared to make
advances on consignments of all saleable commodities.
and trusts to satisfy correspondents by quick sales, and
speedy band favorable returns.
That the various interests which may be confided to
him, shall be adequately protected, he brings to the aid
of his own experience in businessand acquaintance with
merchandise generally, the services of Mr. Satinet
Fanincsrocc heretofore advantageously 'known, as aq
importer and deafer in Hardware - and Cutlery, with
whom a permanent engagement is made.
Messrs. M. Tiernan, Presl. of M. 4- M.
•• Darlington Peebles,
•• Robert Galway,
•• James 111. Cooper,
•• James May,
•• 6. M. Riddle.
•• Wm Robinson. Jr. Pres't
of Exchange etnk.
Hampton, Smith, 4• Co.,
• • John D. Davis,
•• J. K. Moorhead,
•• Jag. W.Brown 4 -Co.
John. 8. Brown, 4• Co.
i• Smith 4- ft igobey,
•• lfarday ¢ ts, went,
•• John 8. Middle;
•• John Datoelf,
E VA H N AIT S J. C C L AM EMEit, w r ith log at
1 66 e li te ott it ' e st in tse es t i
be symptoms were violent bead
aggravated form . The
a barit, cl*. pain deb
and stomach atways atter sea*,
lion of sinking at tbesacsomob,
Impaired seT-sa =freoentvondtiings,dinelness
towards littedionVies=arsets' Intd conttuntstup;
111414- 7 1 4.0%" ---- ' -- ben . . on consulting flr.Wm.
=arA. r on a t ittebetes and intbadubmg to Ws ever ,
tla 111**0 7, --- k am -7---: -- pods of intnibm_at,ll, pineal titmice - fat - 194m0
- lbstiebt -
41eideeld°11112t164.1 = - tbentatn r sOate lkErir
sai t owybabdt - ,
45 . 1 ,- gg:f%-t"-'
Tte so ....-
is the ohl
a large a
of the -
e aid of_
Tne w; :
tics, in in
la favor ~
lion of t•
of int er,rit
flitted for 4,
in gagkale I
been able to'
agrees well ,
Rood appeti '
similarly a s.
March 9, T
For tale by
- FRUIT, . . DM, kiND ORNAMENTAL
PERSON —:rotts of procurins Fruit, S:tade. and
Ornare 1 Trees, or Shrubbery, from Philadel
phia or New rk, are requested to make application as
soon as pr . at the Mut and Seed Store of the sub
seriticr. whe . nhe had catalogues. .statuitoosly. of the
most excellent imileties. F. L. SNOWDEN.
17E ijo — ti.;tates Portal composed of
Boati ht isr four seri ion rapable of
containing seven and na separate
or detached and transferrc, Rail Road,
thus, as it were, fortniilll a of Cars, or
-- p - i•esent ing, th °eelasspearan • •, ittn;! on land
and therehy. ar/ the grerit.dela 'tag' •by re
shipping at th e : jections and I • cr, N,Ca.
nalsnnd . xpenerro and -
the damago he goods r usta in by trequ 'handting; and
renderingii idipossitae to separate lots of goofs on the
way— -oweig to the peculiar construction of the Boat
!minim fear separate apartments in vett ich gorNis are sto
red, renders I heat less liable to damage goods by water or
°them ethanby any other mode of transportation.
The system, of Tran , portation, as rezommended by the
Canal Commissioners and lately adopted by the Slate.
refers particularly to this class of Boats, The Boats of
ibis Line are owned by responsible captains that run
them, and is thetmly Line now in operation free from
monopolies or combination. _ _
Goodsconsigned to [he undersigned agents will he re
ceived free of commission and shipped without detay at
the lowest rates. - AN charges paid and every instruction
promptly attended to. C. A. brNIILTY k Co. 'tate.
Canal Basin. Pittsburgh,
F. F. POPE. Agent. 7 Bowly's Wharf, Baltimore.
11109. 808 B R IDCE, AgentPhiia. sip 16—if
RBLE M A NOBA CTOR Y.—Pal rick Canfield re
-17_1.. spectrally acquaints his friends and the public gen
erally, that he has commenced the Marble busins at the
corner of Fill h and Liberty sts..arbere will be constantly
on hand. loath stones, mantel pieces. monuments, head
and foot stores: table slate for cabinet ware, and every
articleapperta tram; to the business. He will warrant his
work to he well done, and his charms will he moderate.
He respectfollyasks ashare of public patronage. sett 10-
JJAMESA. VEAZEY.• A...yarding. and Commission
XerekaaC, - Agent for Steamboat Cleveland and
Pennsylvania and Ohio Line. Having tented the ware
bon* formerly occupied by Birtoinzbam it. Co.. No. 60
Water : 1 34. - wmt, between Wood andSaiithfield, is prepared
to receive and forward goods to any port on the Ohio or
irsiesippi river on reasonable terms.
C0 -PARTNERSHIP.--G. P. Smith 4- W. Hampton,
having associated themselves together under the
firm of Hampton Smith, will continue the wholesale
Dry Goods business in the house recently ocenpied tiy
Hampton, Smith :dc Co. where they - Will be receiving in a
few doyen new stock of Fall and Winter Goods. Tl.ey
sportfully Invitelhelr old frfemis,and mercltants gen
erally. visiting Pittsburgh, to call and examine their
stock, Feet 28—d3m.
Portable Platform &sies ra? wheels, to weigh 2,500 lbs.st
$55 00. • 1
de do do de 2,005 at isds so
do do do do 4400 et 35 00
"do ' do do do 1.000 at 30 00
do do -- ` do - do 500 at 2.5 00
With raising levers an addition of e 3 wraith Seale.
Dormant scaler for Abeam of Warehouse*, rivaling
Mills, ite.,the sante prices as above. '
A iso,While s s Patent Counter Seale, with CO , Yinknew
improvement:l..l*de variety of other counter wens,
which they will sell for trintielo eiS,t - -1 -
They also nutspfaslare &eras Doginewfor ; Flooring
Mitts. learrldins. Salt Workt. ke» doable sod While
geated,Arre lad bes,foot and other lathes for POWlit trawihdt
maeldnol for tenantiog. ohairm• Pialise owebittes. door
tad, sash imathligiels, Eitllli patFot litigsstrimpreryikir ur
witliosithisothing machines, a superior article; ,ciredhir
mw shafts, machines tor sawing , islti, timier's - law -:-
Shine sad tools anti deseripthms.tslia fornthifincbhsek.
istrts,ararp&or mirth* giS. •
allicks,.iiipli,and diffs. coffee - t - 4 ,... . es oiatbots ,
*it riateldheriddeAS 3 / 4 ise_; - -ifs e inst ?--
&May side 40 repaired, 1 1 . veva plaltmt:lllWMt p,
tad prattle jores . MOTs. 4, - • _ ,, _---,—_,
1 4 :=P tf. `" *.— 0141604 41 0 01'v' -
- I , de.-....10t , - - - '•:, . '
- .-- 41 ' ''' :,•_ i
29 . 1842
7 reaPliaththaded to thillotkrt
iad eiretien* remedy-le retnevift
- kw their ser,.. freest waerof
ix of the eysteak. They -- eirr
et. 441 ilyslerteal as 'l4emiies
ilia bam . gathet the eaftetioe vet
inhieent physieiaas ini.he
• . feresdeWboletale. siset
E. E.MLLER.B. AtesU
'2O. Weed f3thiet;leTinr teemed.
lotand Shag Laely
f &IMAM 5t...-11 , fittaarsh.--
tit pat the stock OA the
eed idig'comnieitked" bends.
8,. and Is anepanedg.o est:cats.
iq•his line, In the beat manner
Beal:ape earstastly on hand
%bye findlnes of all desertrakirte and
He seleite the patronage at the nab
- - WIC ADALR.
err et Barters
re and keel", coyote:44 on
raw plated .ffeek Frame, B*s
A Stump Joints', ' , Parent lbeatiker,
mew; Three fold Steps, Xatleeble
_ JONES .1. - eOI.EMA "if
nearo e ilesbeeir B►id[e
. 11,0friee and dwelling in Pooten.
`street. sep 13—ly
•.1K AT THIS. •
• 6.e who have been somewhat srep.
. 7. the 111/11rieT0116 certificates Pubbine&
yne's re Wnd Syrup of Wild Chee
p* neankacrern in this Stec
- directed to thw following
las been a citizen of Ibis
known as a' gentleman
...egewt, Mr. J. Smut.
mp and Syrup of Wild
crß I have been severely af
,ii„, •nd / have no hesitation
live medicine that 1 have
J, i foßpose.s all unea s iness. and
iet nArinantalns a regular 2nd
leflv recommend it to all others
matey, Borough of Chambersh'g.
n 2 3
LlAkt THORN No. 53 Market street.
~ 2 1' 4 k.e:Z. '
=--, . -- ',:,'-'' PROSPECTUS - . '''
For paltaithaif up le Ilitarliaap Puis/W. is tie Cap st Pats - --.
;,... - ..- , distspk-tw , :is-ustStattbe . , • - --, ;
DAILY - MORNING - .POST. ...., --i- ,:i '
' "' " - j.. -- `- - 9: .41
(qll l 4 /Ifilt l r-
' - .
,- - 4 1 - , • , ~
IllaESubicriberi havlngamidetumtus mutate • BOA were silent, '..aeed tt Tee_ .:, ..
_, ,,z .: . , - ;_ .
the Aiehticin / I " °64l44irlind , Pitreash l t ! /6i -CPP see r- that ittb.lieuteinalt‘ l itilit' - . ,' ' i.
,extabt„tine .11oacital. have couelailled - AO DOW& a daily , ..; ... _, - - , .-- --, - '
.; '; ,- - - :=X'''''...
with tbe title cr o p ' nail! Jr " ru s„,„ 1 ,,. , : . 5i. .13. vit . , that - yliunr Wan" '-•.. , . .--_,
' , Ttielooltfiiimeetortv‘..Poir" .ll:lll bi iltettEsfinek liurairtg . and-ardent, spoechietati
Lisa aid *tree= itf.thePa t il ical P r4 l w4.l " 4ll " ll " el ' em. before - a - wriman, wild that nvialli4 !
foltadiseAt Maintained by the Editor*. in Emir respretive ,d
I 111 '.
' - *: ''
''.4'' '' '
lltilk*.,akist 4eir-'ll,oletforta will - still tiedefettedta the • • 'Val ea -0 .a a afle -1011 * ..,.._ - ... .t" -
advapeenteui andeuccess of these doctrines. • -It Was from the timid 'Coheir' Biliffit • ,
itithfieurk, ' hi "pontici.. - the patter wilt he Expouglity
her modest demeanor; that )tae
' ' .. • . ~' ' --..- '
demoesitic,,i yet the Editetra hope, by giving . ars hoistst, ._
~,.„ -.. . . .... ~.. f ., ... '.: . f :',. .
'candid histimrpi of "pasehrig Political - events, Forman sae was . O ne gl ance was :,...,,-,
and PP I- O al l e i sl e fii :Cuee•a" brier iiiiiii," of :au te at'- lel him that should he -:-., ''.'
ters and occarrentest that come properly within the sphere fit ne hand upon her, atklr word
of* !state 4ournst, to their papetstrillikuutp in _ _ .
cresting to-entitte it to the patronage ef the patine, it lips would-haze teen_sniFtetent r tn-bea . _
respective Sr party considerations. .; . pulsed - him. - - - - ---, . 1 4 ."....,
~_:- In 1611654 "' the " lisicill suld/e . . 1 thal ' ivill i Docis. the:gentleman. wish efit - Vitt
se &aid In' the A.-Venting F'drat," the Editors will lithe . .., .„ ,- .- •..- .-
labia: to _furnish tie - business coianninity' with asked Maria, with a visible efitirt . - ,%" •- :
lite htest nod most. Inttresting Costateartai lesaa.u. "I t h an k you ,
nn . . w as the only Tavigok . ,
slivar„liin alt parts of the country, and to , have prepa
red end' stet:mot-sof the Esthete and the-State of Trade of the young Man. They badeifeitcht ',
iv Will be 2 . dvAntageolis to out Merchants and Business good night. ' -'' ' ": '-- 2 ' --- - - z ,
Iten in:their severat canin=e. Maria did not raise heir eyee'lehnikae •,-.. :
Tema.-;The Post' will be. pnblished on a large , imperi
al sheet of fine paper,(manufactu red especially for Ibis bent to the - floor, and hastening - fro
Journal) at ; the unusually tow rate of FIVE DOLLARS apartment, descended the mike.. -...-: -_.-.. - _
per annurn,,payable in advance. It wilt also be sold by. . . * 11 . .
newshoys at the tow rate of TWO CENTS a copy. e
Adeertistssests will he inserted at the loatiatieles When Maria entered the' kitchen; 44 -'''.
claimed by the other daily papers of the city. ."--.:;.-, found a second stranger there. -,.- 11e wilif7
frri . wieriTY active lads are wanted te-senthOssti
robust a nd athletic looking . malt -' ou .-
who will bo engaged on the most liberal terms
THOS. Patutitt, forty-five years of age; with renegh
II", aerie ' broad shoulders. His. facilteas-p*s
e My respectable, although his 'elirtiiihV :-...
which was comed upon his fotniteeti
"ething - of a Jesuitical appeatetice4 - , ' • .
eyes". which were something ea
one might have.diseovered somethingsentk4
- . -.
guous and sinister. . • .----• ' ,7 : 7 it'i'' - • --,
The only question. which 'he , sddranati. . '
to the inn=keeper during his suppeteean'...
'Ain I the only- traveller in your ion?..‘
'No sir, there: it - a young man iw the'
chamber next to yours, who arrived,thin, - ..
evening.' -. ... ... - .._
The stranger seemed buried in dealt ---- _
thought, and his blow clouded; after"' - seine
A ap,251 81, 1842-
100 11FIDS. KY. LEAF TO.BASsnilik,:*l
for sale by J. C. .A.VIAISOIL
BY Morrison 4- Co. London, for sale only by S. N.
Wickersham, corner of Wood street and Virgin
alley Pittsburgh Pa. and H. Harwood, Beaver Pa. who
is sole agenf for Western Pennsylvania. aep 10
WARM FOR SALE.—The undersigned offers for sales
tract of land situated 4 mites en.. sfreeport, in the
direction of Kittanning, Buffalo 'township, Armitrong
county-containing, 100 acres, 65 cleared and under good
fence; 10 of whien are in meadow— a good square log
dwelling house and cabin barn erected thereon—an apple
orchard of Rehearing trees—and a spring of excellent
water con+enienr tothe house.
FOR TER MS apply to the subscribers residing at tbe
Saltworks ott tile Pennsylvania Canal, 1 mite above Free
TO THE WlLsE.—ltis now well understood how
much dis .rders of the mind depend for their cure
upon a due att«ltt ion to the body. It is cow understood
how valuable is that medicine which will remove morbid
accntnulations without weakening the bodily power. it is
now understood that there is a reciprikal Influence be.
tween the mind and the body. It is now understood that
purging with the Brandreth Pills will remove a melan
choly, and even insanity is cored by perseveringly usins.
them: It is now understood how much domestic happi•
nest depends upon the healthy condit ion of the digestive
It is now well known that the Brandroh Pills have
cured thousands of hopeless and helpless nelsons, even
when the first physicians had pronounced them beyond
all human means of relief. It is now net . onto well
known that the Brandreth Pills so cure, but it is also un
derstood how they cure; that it is by their purifyingeffect
on the blood that they restore the body to health.
The value of the medicine is becoming moreand more
i s L yest,lt Is-recommended daily from family to family.
•t h PillireMolre in _analinces.
Urft - 14r 1110110 M? accumulations and 'purify and trivigo=
rate the biood.andt heir good etreets are not con nterhatan-
red by any inconveniences; being composed entirely of
vegetables they do not expose those who use them tta.
danger; and (heir &Teets are as certain as they are rile
tars; they are daily and safety admini&tercd to In.faney,
youth, manhood, and old age, and to women in the most
critical and deheateetrentnstances. They do not distnrb
or shock the animal functions, but restore their order
and establish their limit h.
Sold of 'Dr. Brasilrelh's Office, No. SI, Wood street,
Piitshursh. Price 25 cents per bog. with foil directions.
MAT:K-11e only place in Pittsburgh wliere the 0.1111-
iota Pills an be obtained, Is the Loctor's own office, No.
93 Wood street. i septo
DR. J. B. TIBBITTS, Bes inform the citi
zens of Pittsburgh and vicinity. that he has return
ed to the city. He hopes to share the confidence of his
former *cons and the public generally; and solicits a
renewal of a portion of their patronage. In connexion
he would observe. - that , the operation of Lithotrlty, for
breaking the stone in the bladder and allowing it to pass
of with the urine,) is every where commanding the deep
est intert. He hopes to extend the benefit Ofthia branch
ofbin profemion to the afflicted. Strictures, Diseaws of
the Bladder and K idoes,s,— which uccasionUltY
will likewise receive attention.
Those from a distance wishing further information
will apply personally or by letter, or if desired can be
accommodated at his dwellina, In a retired part of the ci
ty, on Third, between Ferry and Liberty at. trap 10
ET invalids read the following account of a Ballot
cured of a complication of afflictions in nineteen
days hy the use o' Brandreih fills. It distinctly proyes
there are herbs in nature which have affinity cure be
cause of disease, and Brandreties Pillstre made for them
Read and becrinvinced. Take the medicine andbe cured
EXTRA ORDINA R Y c uR E QF RHEUMATISM
DIA RItHCF-el, AND If PFEC TION OP THE L &NW
Jona &taw. of Pembroke, Washington county., lain,
being duty sworn, says, that he was taken violently sick
about six mouths since. The pains in his head, breast,
hack, teft side and instep being so bad that he ass una
bleto help himself,and was taken into the Chelsea flos
pita! in the city of Boston. That after being to said
hospital five weeks, Doctor Otis said he did not know
what Was the - matte' with him, and that he could do
nothing for him, uorrould he prescribe any medicine.
That he, therefore. was conveyed from the Chelsea Hos.
pitaltoithe Sailor's retreat on Staten island. That he
wasthere physieked with allsorts of medicine for a peri
od °flour months, suffering all the time the most heart.
rending misery.- That, besides his affection of his bones
he wastroubled much with a disease of the lungs: some.
times Its would spit a quart of phlegm in the day; lim-ides
this affection he had a bad Diarrlitra, which had more
or less attended him from I he comutencament of his sick
ness. That atilt:tie:the dreaded a stool worse than he
would have dreaded deal h; that he can compare the feel_
logic; nothing save that of knives r ing through his;
bowels. After sn &rine worse than tb at the Sailor's
Retreat.on Staten istand, the doctor toid him that medi
cine waned's° use to hint. that he ulna try to stliabont.
At this time he was suffering the greatt misery. That
his bones wise so tender be could - tot bear the keglers*.
ore upon the elbow or upon the koee, that his instep was
most painful, that as the Doctor said - he would give him
no more medicine he determined to procure some of. Dr.,
Brandreth's Pills, which he - did, from 241 Broadway
New York; that he commenced with Ave pins, and some
ttritesiherearied the dose to eight. The first week's use
so much benefited hit,, that .:the gte.tor.nOt knowing
what he was using, skid, .nowalhow, you look tike a
- man again; if you improve in this way. you will tiosins be
well.' : That hefisond-every darter* ;ha Brandreth Pills
relieve him, first they..eared hint of l ,rhe pita when at
gloat; that thy etteed - the diatihma, aad tinnily :the
p:titur in big lxisess—fibat the.ridtd r wine termed to add
strength to. lain everyday. Darold the doctor yester
day the I lib instant, that he Celt hiniaelf well. and also,
that he owed his_ recovery to Beandreths Pills under
litividenee;itrar be h.id takert the Medicine levet y day
_ p:•,,,1941am that the dodo! told him if he had' known:, he
' lira been talinytbat medicine, ht should not have stayed
aataber day In the house. Ile via - eiders It la LW duty to
make this public. statement for Ihe benedt ofall similarly
AM 2 t
; ' i that they may_ luapw gr A t ere I * t o d a ma gsese_
o,sitt ", i ore them.' '' r ' .. JOHN 'MAW.
. Wow *dot lay, eie-thiii- - sittiore this - itth iifiref
-1840.414,08.0.0vM4117 1 11 14 1 .1. 101 4 , -
liiiii -01Nrict alcitfLecatir ofDeets - ',l
rOkllitir ire Ate it - Di;:'t4ii:
.4sm!iro..k 2 ,9_WanilAuvOi;
i ' -... , gw... , .5. 11 dE_, L .,,..*0
, between nin
th kneel, two
ice flail, rice
mfattn re and
id the follow
• weigh aititi
7 ; At
..: - ...:••.t.af: .. _
•_ . -.. 1--•.--,1:4•.:
WM.4. PHILIP BARER
.. ,....;•::--it,. _ — ;,.ter,,,,,,
'..;,--,:2.7t.! .$ , - , ri,, ..' 45...,.-,- A.,....,„,-
" ' 4.-2, - --.,',.,::.-Att"F7,,„-...- 4--f
..- - .. ~--. ..;:f <%-.. 1 zzi«ll:4.<4;-,72,-.;,..' ...-,:-.,;::'--
',..^1-,,- ,_.--, c , , ;...
,;,4:,,,,',_.,—..1,-- ,' - -
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--- ffejf . :4` : .:_.-:-' - -fr. , -•=1 - .:: - ,....-
~.,.., -.-..-,.. - !....-,- 4,.----
'Be careful, he said, to awake lee to-more.._
row morning at 6 o'clock, for I moat berst
Tours at noon. By the bye, added:be, ree
must procure me a good horse, and !alike
be ready at that hour.'
To eachone of these tnjaaetiona
replied with a and rif aquieseeine: inks
tilt stranger had finished, pat a eat
into the hand of Maria, who 100011ipla4
the new guest to the chamber.
Let us change the scene to theapartmeat
in which the fir.t traviller was lodged.
Frederick was in bed; hiseautl4o.-
burning on the table. agitated by 'hut
emotion which theAppearance,olidarialo
caused him, he had not thong i of
in sleep, a rest to repair
two days ward.
scab F"r / iud
The old kitdhed - Cloclestide tha 7 lootlll.
midnight; tattle inhabitadnief the inn Wern.:,
asleep. with the exception di .Matia.`
withott ioubt, was ereekiag Ic;,-chsetiver
strange emotion' which was agitating_ her
Frederick was aroused by a now*
that of a key turning in a lock tie lisle,.
ed, but hearing nothing, - he tried to peiatwho
himself he had been dreaming * and ensiaait-
ored to fall asleep.
For once, he wasuot mistaken; stmsnottis
was seeking to gain admission into his"
chamber. He sprang from hinted, gook:
ed h;s sabre, aad althoug his candia.,l l *
axtinguished, he silently walked to this
In five minutes the noise ceased; he T
thought, the person, whoever it might be,
had renounced the idea of entering his a.
partment,for he had' oubly locked the door
and it was extremely difficult to open it;
bat, accidentally casting his eite
feet, he saw, by the light of the moon s ::::
which at thii moment buret from the chtist'
and reflected through his widdow, ulna
thrust through the space hetWeen the - 1144'
of the chamber and the door, endeavoring.
to raise it from its hinges. He - raised'
arm above his head, and, lettingit - call wit&
his whole strength, struck thehaild whirl s j
A stifled cry was heard, !then a 119114 11
oath, half articulated, and then a niftier,—
noise of steps,which was lost in the-diariniflie.`
and silence of the night. Tieo idoe4y.fisW
gers lay upon the floor.
Frederic rushed to the chimney, ,eIW
lighted his candle. After the first 'ingiiMiit
of surprise, he picked up the twe'll o `.
washed them, and staenehedll4 with
After carefully examining, the fingenr„l.
must confess:said lie tohiMself, far a ra
ber, he had most"delicate and hirlatithai—!. - :
He then wrapped them in a handkerahis4tt
and returned to his bed, with asmuct - ctr4.-s , .
ness as if- nothing In happened. f bi4;-
quarter of an hour he was asleep. --rr xi 4, .
The day, had not yet dawned wliess
innkeeper •came to awakeFiadeeir.,,..*thin4,
was to depart at &o clock --Whisstali:
ter, after casting a-glance at. theAkiittl._nta•
Sbrard, had pleasantly recountedibto4na
venture of the night, and hadt:rdwagsv:-_ ,
the blood-which had , stained theoliathiSOW"
chamber, the honest - hosetumed
was near fainting; but. returitig
aelf, his first t bon ght - wairt& - See ifdrif - - ..
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,FiP'llg OP ifoOr_ oPOP.r 4je- l'atejtiff_Otv,-
back • " rains, baCtinnVl4l4 , mtliPt-:
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