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Mehl_ Wrote town orders inithrtioe s hod at.
Aitedetsilsorthe litisthessetton Undertaker
wort -reporsolerttitehliecoatidenee; He will be preptir,ed
fit awasotts to provide Hearses, Biers, Carriagesod
treeriswitreidita we the - most liberal terms. 'Callerro4 ; the
Asserato proeemly *needed To. "
' Aline Peshiesie it lam theses:ter building with his ware
oosi,' , where those who need his 'serviers may On'd him
Oen, ' eltrittiNcePt •
torreir;i,iitertm. RSV; JOBE nt.aer. D. D.
JODOE , BO,OI.Ie. R. RODLET DEUCE, D. D.
'OOOlll 4 XITON. REV. SAMUEL WILLIERS. D.
&eV. JOSEPH smut,
4fAito ACV. JAMES Y. DAVIS,
DOORS, ' STEAMBOAT. BILLS,
-,PAMPHIATS, HORSE BILLS,
BLANKS; - : VISITING CARDS,
EELS, ADDRESS DO.,
CHECKS, - BCSINESS DO.,
NOTES; HAND BILLS,
BILLIFOP. LADING, CIRCULARS. itc,
Taigetherivith every description of Letter Press. Print
tag furnished with neatness and despatch, and on mode
rule terms, nt the Mike of the Daily Mornilig Post.
- - 'step 10
FrO THOSE, wilosz , OCCUPATIONS TEND TO
PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE DISEASE.—This
ehisa of 'individuals is very numerous. They are those
Who.work in an unhealthy atmosonere. Printers, work
!pep In feather stores, stone cutters, bakers, white lead
Manufacturers, are all more or less subject to disease ac
iiard!nikethe strength• of their constitution. The Only
Method to _prevent disease, is the occasional use of a
medicine width abstracts from the circulation all delete
iloishumors, and expele them by the bowels. Tonics
in - any form are Injurious, as they only off the evil
day tomake it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pills
isilithilmtre health; because they take all impure mat ter
out of the blood; and the body Is not weakened but
strengthened by their operation, for these valuable Pills
do not force, hut they assist nature, and are not opposed,
but harinonize with her.
Said at Dr. Brandreth's Office, No. 98 Wood street,
PHl:shoran. Price 25 cents per box, with full directions.
:MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh where the
GENUINE Pills can be obtained, Is the Doctor's own Of.
Ike; N 0.96 Wood street. sep IR
NEW WYTEL.--T he su age ber:..rfirpec tfu n
.tbrotir his old friends and theTitifilfOliat l i e has
opened a Temperance Hotel, in fifth .Strocet4ienythe E x .
change Bank, and In the house lateto,,cieetiMed hp , Mat
thew Patrick, and has !misted anktiati Iron
City Hotel," where he will he verrihapizy' to accoutre..
date ail who may please to call or lam: !is table
shall be provided with the best tare, nod ever) , possible
accommodation to town and country customers and
A few boarders who wish to lodge in t heir stores or of.
Aces, can he taken. and ee n Millen who live out of town
epn have their dinners daily.
ifishas large and good stables, and the hest nay and
Oats, and a v,ood Mistier, and•will accommodate travel.
err and gentlemen who have horses.
Boirdem taken by the day, week or year. Charges
more moderate than at any respectable Hotel in t !teeny.
sep 10' JOHN IRONS.
WASHINGTON H A.LL.—T he subscriber has
opened the late residence of James Adonis, Esq.,
iihieelesed . , for , the reception of visitors and boarders;
the tense is very pleasantly situated on t he r bank of the
- Ohicr,V, miles from the city— poss e ssing nil the delight.
fol aceonipaniinents of a country resittehre, without
being - too far (listen for persons doing business in the
city. - Visitors will be furnished with eve'y delicacy of
AnOmnibus runs regularly every hou i the Alle
gbeny end of i he Bridge.
N. B.—No Alcoholic beverages kept
IFIVESOLUTIOX OF THE UNION' —The copart•
JLJ!. heirship existing between James E. Kilbourn and
-David J. - Morgan Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Viet coodiMons will be duly noticed, with the sienat ores
rif,4l.h parties 'sussed, and Barry Hall will be continued
open by the subscriber until other arrangements ate per ,,rikesisle,onibe premises, 150 Mils. choice winter ap
ples, Irsipplied imaiediaiely. JAS. E. K I LBOU RN,
sup 29—tf No 9, Market, and 74, Front st:
11DIE0 0 K B IN DIN G.—M'Cand,less 4-
c`l ~- ' -L. JohotOr , ilookbhiderraud Paper
1 - - - .. 1 [Niers, .S. W. corner of Wood and
1 ______ -- -=.:l_ • Fourth streets,are now prepared to ex•
ecute all kinds: of Bookbinding and Pa.
per Ruling with neatness and despatch.
.=------- -- litr-EPAbk books ruled and bound to
1110,10 pattern at EN ortest notice.
N. B. All work done he above is warranted. (sep TO
WRI BIDDLE, Surgeon Dentist, has returned to
his old stand, So. 107, Smithfield Street,
ithere be can be consulted any hour -,during the day,
du his profession. sep 10
REMOVAL. — George Armor, Merchant Tailor,
respectfully announces to his friends and pa
trona, that he has removed his establishment from his
old-stand, la Third street, to the corner of Front and
ilimighlteld,ln the basement story of the Monongahela
Manta; where he intends keeping on hand a general as.
sOrtsgent of Fashionable Goods, suitable for Gen•
- Re hopes, by close application, to merit a share of the
onsteess 90 liberally extended to hint at his old stand.
N. IL Having made arrangements in New York and
Philadeliihla, with the most Fashionable Tailors, for
la, reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers
oksy rely on having their orders executed according to
the-*teltaiyle. GEORGE ARMOR
T . 4va.D.l4ll.—Tha Subscriber would most respectfully
-LSI Inform the public in genera that he has an article of
ated_pit ofa superior quality, manufactured at the IA ncim
sialoll Manufactory,by R.W.Lee ¢ co.,w !dell is warran
ted to be equal to the best Sperm. Oil, both for Light and
Maehillsty, :This Oil is entirely free from any glutinous
istaitet";areollte, or unpleasant odor, and it is as clear and
as white as spring water, Net a particle of crust is left
oti 'the wick. The light is pure and brit lent,
and will last as , tong, if not longer, than that from an
squid quentity of Sperm. 011. The subscriber informs
the eratilic4Mit be has taken a place nearly opposite the
Peat 0140,Wheye he will light np several different lamps
avert evening, and he would respectfully invite the in•
tiatiltAnts of-Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and their vicinity, to
call tad Judge for themselves. He feels confident they
will be convinced that the above statement Is perfectly
tgailistr. 0111. Only° hundred individuals who have tried
• Ole .011,,there has not been a aingie fault found with it •
The Lard pilaw, one third less than Sperm, lie would
ueiteleelaily solicit the early attention of Dealers and , lila.
folionririethirches.are now using the Lard Oil:
~,iee- o nd:-Iv r esbyterian Church, Plit- , burgli,
slis Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Pittsbutgb,
Viesbyterian Church, Allegheny City,
.41,*elate Reformed Church, do.
A11.4h. barrels are brawled R. W. LEE ff Co., Chula.
Pittsburgh. June 2.lst. 1842.
"--7414;0millitidosIgneti.esplains of the Rspress Line of I
I.Vuortilitie Pennsylvania Canal,itave tried and are
1101 imilr4e9fitatd.Oit introduced here by Matthew
C.'ißdaYoludisatinfactatred by R. W. Lee 4- Co., at the
crinfideatiritaanecting that the a hove is equal
elitatiVheit Sperm Cil; that it is entirety free from ;smoke
41-_,alli.ilittkiviiklittlitter whatever; the light liver.
7 Vaknatianorartiiltrillifint,auct will test as long, if not
dert i lz i l,ittitatrritert anequal quantity of Sperm. Oil,
MIA — hoTtomtitittietvirlis recommending lit° our friends
OMIT Ciiptain, Packet bona Adams.
tOrfAMILIMMItIkIm Captida.'t treket John Haneock,
00CLIW". do ' ' •-,sotio Madison.
-40.414 T rillirM9M , dt. ea Pittsburgh.
lijltOre VON - 'Butengum ir• BKR -111.403:—=
Thee Pills are composed et kerbs, wifteh etert
A,.8 'lit* diedon upon the heart;',give impulse .or
- _ArpOliiiiirtarllitsystesn; the blood- is onleiletniill
- - Its , circulation throne' all the vessel*
4kin i ttre parts allotted Iniernalty,orther
• ' • T iiiii wren Abe secretions of.the b,ly are
tiisieleodiihere la e a consequent itientliee 0f .. ..
vit el o
'- r - ' 14e ettyl4 10)49liOd Action of the Rbeortrat :
VOL A . -4 1. t - ~ .- - :•.1 . :Any amosbid
1 -"11 ". - led - IPS
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14010.1014101t;t' i orttit, 404 .-;.;
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comPtilk,c_ir willtitt 400,
3. of Cougress - ..leettliaintlplits_
"fOi each necessary Oplecnrestlwwrit4ed
r.in the general.appropriatioaiiiis, wit-busaiugsukisf - cd"
antio_fia and provide for ,certain iscidentai
*Teases of the Dipartetent, Waif office, of Um Genie- ,
..ment, and lot '
purposes." approved:A-peas* 26,1
1842; Sward will be received'at Ibis Depart
meat until tie
. rst -day to December mot, for it
Matting for one yofivi ioniser. ai the option oftbeDepart-
I - meet; the following descriptions of Bist,ksTor Ithe-use of I
Post Offices In tlie States of Peansylvania and Delaware*
Mails received, 'l5 Reamer
Account of Newspar4es and . Pamphlets re- 4 -
litittirreberve:d at - Dist - Mtn
All theater,. regal wiper. setesi 4 .7 - : rrit
;aches, printed on both sides and feint ruled, With nut lens
than 4:lnner - on a page.
Mails sent from [nett Hinting Offices,, 12 Reams.
Samesize paper as'above, but folded lengthwise, and
w,itisso lines on a page.
Accounts Current, foolscap, two on a Sheet 16 Reams.
Monthly and Weekly Registers, foolscap,
four on a sheet, 9
Post Bills, foolscap, l 2 oil a sheet,wilhout)
Post Bills, foolscap,l2 on a sheet, with
Post Bids for Distributing Offices, 9 on a
sheet, with sigeatures
Post Bills,lfor Distributing Offices, 6 onst
sheet, with siguatures,
The proposals will state the price, in one, sum, per
ream, for each kind of blanks, for paper, printing, ruling
and packing; They ate to he delivered in such quanti
ties, and at such times, as may be required by the differ.
eat Post Offices,and on the requisitions of Postmasters
endorsed by the Postmaster at the plate where the con
tractor may reside. None will be considered as deliver
ed, or will be paid tor, , except on such requisitiOos.
Each reqiii=ition, or quantity_ordered, to he securely
enveloped or packed for transportation, end directed, to
the Post Office, at the expense of the contractor.
The right is reserved of reject ng any bid which may
Le considered ertravagant, and also to give to any one
bidder the printing for'one or more states adjoining the
slate of his residence; and each proposal must be accom
panied by sufficient evidence of the ability of the proposer
to comply with the terms of his proposal.
The successful biddbr will be required to enter into
contract, with surety, In strict compliance with the pro
vision of the law, to which bidders are referred,
Failure to furnish blanks promptly when ordered, fur
nishing those of inferior quality as to paper, printing.
or ruling. or any attempt to evade the true meaning of
the contract, will - be considered, sufficient cause for its
Payment will be made quarter-yearly, one month after
the expiration of each ,quarter.
The blanks must he, equal to the best of those now in
use. Specimens may he seen at the various Post Offices.
The quantities mentioned above, are from the best es•
Denotes that can he made fer one year's consumption; but
they may exceed or may fall short of the quantities re
quired. The Department does not hind itself to any
specific quantity or amount.
"Prot o=ats" should he so marked, and addressed to the
"Second Assistant Postmaster General," Washinston,
D. C. n23—iitd3l
COUGHS, COLDS and CONSUMPTION.—The *ea
son for the above complaints is now at hand, ; . nd all
Persons who are subjected to the inclemency of the
weather are iespectfully to formed that they can and.
CovsaT's BALM or Uri which is well known to have
cured, Tsocskans, who were in the last stages of Con
sumption.' Certificates can he produced °fits wonderful
TAYLOR'S - BALSAM OP LIVERWORT is another remedy
for Liver Complaiuts,'Caug ks aad Colds. It eitineshigh
ly recorr mended by all who have used it, and is pleasant
to take, and speedy in effecting a cure.
PEASE'S HoLittiourim CANDY.--This is a highly valuable
and pleasant medicine; it will effect a positive and certain
cure for Coughs, Colds, Consumption,and Is an effectual:
cure for the WHOoPiNo Cothaus. This is a very pleas
ant medicine, all are fond of it, and children never refuse
to take at; its cure is sure and positive. The auhscriber
base certificate of Agency direct from J. Pease Peson,
so there can be no mistake. All persons who are effected,
are invited to call arid not de/ay, for the time to take
medicine is at the commencement.
WM. C. DERN
All the shove medicines can always be procured al
WHOLESALE OR R ETAIT at
TUTTLE'S .MEDICAL AGENCY: 86. FourtA street
THORN'S TEA BERRY TOOTH-WASH
To Dr. Tnottx,—My Dear Sir: I cheerfully and
cordially embrace the present favorab'eopportunity to re
turn to you my warmest thanks of gratitude for your un.
equalled and unexceptionable Invention of your very
Justly celebrated Tea-Berry 'Trioth•Wash, and I feel that
am in duty hound to say that I have derived the great
est and most beneficial effect from its frequent and mode.
ate use: and J can assure you that I am exceedingly hap
py to have the pleasure of informing you, that sincerely
and cordially speaking, I can in justice recommend its fre
quent use to all that unfortunate portion of the human
race throughout the globe who are now undergoing the
most excruciating pain for the want of 'a medicine prepa
ration of exactly the same nature of which yours is prepa
red, and who have for years been-suffering from the in.
jurions, destructive and pernicious effects
, of worthless
tooth powders and other worthless preparations. In
conclusion permit me to say that I have used your Toot 11-
Wash but for a short period, and yet I feel thoroughly
convinced that it is the best now known, its inestimable
virtues in preserving the teeth, (which 11 kept in a good
and handsome condition, Is the greatest embellshment
that adorns the human structure,) are not to be excelled
in easing and relieving the sufferer from toothache, and
restoring tne gums to a healthy and purified condition. and
giving also a sweetness and fragrancy toe ditagreeable
breath hitherto unknown:
Accept my sit cere wish for your success, from
THE Committee on Lectures of the Wirt Institute,
for the Fourth Course,respectfully announce to the
nubile that they have made arrangeinents to commence
the Lectures on Thursday evening, December 1. The
Lectures of this course will be exclusively Literary and
The Committee, desirous of making the Lecture Room
of the institute a favorite resort of the lovers'of Liters.
lure and Science, as.ell as the fashionable, have spared
no exertions In procuring popular and talented Lecturers,
both at home and abroad.
In the course of two weeks a list of the Lecturers will
be published, and tickets offered.
SAM'L. C. HUEY,
W. W. WILSON,
JOHN S. COSGR AYE,
WM. B. SCAIFE,
JOHN B. SEMPLE,
nnv 9 if Committee.
S. MAIL LINE of Splendid Passenger Steam Pack.
. els from Oincinnati to St. Louis.
The new, splendid, fast running, 4 light draught steam
Packets West Wind and Nonpareil, will run as regular
Packets, front Cincinnati to St. Louis. Will leave Cin
cinnati and St. Louis every Wednesday morning, at 10
Passengers from the East and West may , rely upon
their starting punctually as advertised. , sep 11)
N. 0. ED! Y, Agent
Bk. WILLIAM EVANS'S SOOTHING SYRUP.—
This Infallible remedy has preserved' hundreds
when thought past recovery, from convulsions. As soon
as the Syrup is rubbed on the gums, the child will rem V.
er. . This preparation Is so innocent, so efficacious. and so
pleasant, that no child will refuse to let hs gems he rub
bed with it. When infants are at the age of four months
tho' there is no appearance of teeth, one bottle of the
Syrup should he used to open the pores. Parents shout Id
never be withoUt the syrup In the nursery, *here there
are young children, for if a child wakes In the night with
pain In the gurns,the Syrup-immediately gives ease, by
opening the pores, and healing the genns;therehy prevent•
fug COUriliiol3B, Fevers, tc. For Sale Wholesale and
Retail by R. E.SELLERS, Agent,"
see lo'• : N0..20: Wood street : below Second
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W I RT INSTITUTE.
FIFTH COURSE OF LECTURES
-hAllsolly etuf.- Although guel
ir,ewitir—,,theceireetutoot •to 'pro
otia4 eattlijdoesi but the fratie
moist orthe4teof weakness.
humors front titylkood. ! . •
Haratlesatit themotelvee, they
ASSIIIIT NATAIS a
To throw out theoreasioir of alue ‘g is'ffihtt the boAyt
and they require no !iteration In *litter clothing. -'
to fart, the huittun - body kinetic alilo to sustain with.
nutillitirigithe InV ' ney ht. the weather, whilemnder
the:tnHpteneeo t '
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r-7 , 71-;r: - '5".t.. .• ~ , ',.1 1 .10141t1- fur seame n_ aid
=trove • a,, , 4 , , ,seats ' , enc,- ~,,,,:
'• By the time.'.6oo4l(tu-MedipOq'4/18wmuch anxiety_
and siebaesa; ortifirate . eat Ipis C.' Cold. Bilwamot
feetionsiTylibus, scarlet4ndfeir :' . ix I. kinds, w
- - v. ...
be n DiffiOVVli I But where aliltp*Cl . eziet,/ek,;'; - :-;
time be hist, let the iiii.ANDRETO piLLIB he at ....... :
sent for, that the Remedy tney;*ali_.;iett, without Ai j :
ther 100 of - thre.—To- BY Rzatiatiaxiltiti--.. __
That Brandreth'sPilla hatiestatid.ik...!evea years' test
in the United Stales. - . ..,
That they area vegttable and IntiocenKtmedicine, yet
all powerful fdr the removal of diseler;ll3,:eper chronic
recent; infectious or Otherwiie
That they purify the blood, and. asap_. : l.6o-further pro
cress of disease in the human body .
That. in many cases, where - 4M dvatifful ravages of
ulceration had laid bare ligament - apitand where,
to all appearance, no human morMalfiCsOre life, _have
patients by thecuse of these pIl I, bee#444iired 'to good
health; the devouring disease batling'.;b4l:* . completely
eradicated. ' .•
That ear.l) of the genuine has upon it TURILIL COPYRIGIS
That 'M1'4400431 has two signatures 9f Dr. Benjamin
Brandreth up:On it.
That there must he upon each borrOree signatures,
B. BR•NDRYTII, •
And three signatures, thus:— , ,
"AU acute fevers ever require some evacuation to bring
them to a perfect crisis ant solution, itriSL.-that even by
stools, which must be promoted by aft .-When nature
does not do the business itself, Oa 'Ole:account, an
ill timed scrupulousnessabout the weitkritta of the body
is of bad consequences; for It isthat whlcksffiems chiefly
to makeevacuations necessary, which nature attempts.
after tne humors are fit to fiexpelled , bqk is !.riot able to
accomplish for the most part in these disearoffi;- and I cen
affirm, that I have given - a purge when the pulse has been
so low that it could hardly be felt,,and the debility
retire, yet both one and the rater have beep - restored by
it." The good effect to he derived front the Brandreth
Pills have to be experienced to be , cutlebelleved. By
their timely use neither the scarlet, the typhus fever or
small pox would &Yer assume their malimnt form.
To appreciate to the full extent,the irietticutable bene
fits of BRA NDRETH'S PILLS, they must be used when
the First Symptoms or Disease present themselves. One
dose then, and their good effects will be felt throughout
the attack—lT Is TAKING THEM IN TIME that is the great
secret in the mire of all appearances of disease arising
from bad blood,and I presume there are few at the pres.
ent day, will say anything of those diseases which affect
the body when the blood is pure. Such diseases I have
yet to see.
Hoping that some who read this may be benefited by so
doing. l am respectfully,
241 Broadway, New York:
THE COUNTERFEIT'S DEATH BLOW.
The public will please observe that no Brandreth Pills
are genuine unless the box bas three labels upon it,
each containing -a fac sip:Mutt of my hand
writing thus—B. Bratit*B. , Thesehibels ara engra•
veil on steel, beatitififily iiiiilinsd - antrdane at - an ex,
pence of several thinisand dollars. BeMember! the top
—tire side—and the bottom. • „
Ent red according to ackplif.C . Onfrekt Mah e pear 1841,
by Bet giniin Brondret It, in the Clerk's Office in the Die
[Act Court of the Sot thern District of New York,
Dr. B. Brandretles own office. No. 98, Wood Street.
Pittsburgh. Ctinly , picre in Pittsburgh w bete the genuine
Pills can be obtained. Each Agent who sell , the true
Era ndrea h Pitt, has an engraved certificate of Agenr e
renewed every twelve months, and has entered Into bonds
of 8500 to sell none other Pllfirthan those received from
Dr. B. or his special GenerarAgent. Mark. the certifi
cate is all engraved except the Doctor's name, which is
in his own hand writing. Observe, on each certificate
-there Is an exact copy of the three labels on each hux En
graved thereon. Purchaser, see that the engraving of
the labels on the certificate correspond with those on the
The following are Dr. Renjamin Brandrelles %gents
for the sale of his Vegetal.te Universal Pills, in Alleghe
ny cooly, Pa., who are supplied with the new labelled
p Hee 25 cents with directions.
Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Si reel, Pittsbur
Allegheny, Mr. ions Glass.
McKeesport, H. ROW LAND.
Noblestown, JOHN JOHNSON.
Stzwarts Town, Cazassiza 4 SPAULDING
ALEXANDER Asrizt.g. Clinton.
GEORGE PORTER, Fairview.
ROBERT SMITH PORTER, Tarenturo.
Elizabethtown, C. F. Disac.
East Liberty, DaNIEL NEGLEY.
PRESSLEY lawin. Peasant Hill.
DAVID R. COON—Plumb Township.
Wm. 0. Horant— Allen's Mill. [sep 10
PILES cured by the I.se of Dr. Harlich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient Pills
Dr. liarlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the
Agency from you for the sale of your medicine, I
formed an acqnaintance wi, h a lady of this place, who
was severely afflicted with the Piles. For eight or ten
years this lady was subject to frequent painful attacks,
and her physician considered her case so complicated,
that he very seldom prescribed medicine for her. Through
my persuasion, she commenced using your Pills, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, et c . JAMES R. KIRBY
October 3. 1/40. Chambersbug, Pa.
irr Office and General Depot, No. 19. North Eighth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of
Liberty and Wood streets, Pittsburgh. sep 10
PEESTING CURE performed hyDr.Swayset's
Cl R pound Syrup of Prunus Firgiriang, or Wild Cher
ry- Having made use 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, smarms, convulsions, 4-c,
of which I had given upall Lopes of its recovery until I
was advised to make trial of this invaluable medicine.
After seeing the effects tt had upon my childl and con•
eluding to make the same trial upon myself, winch en
tirely relieved me ofa cough that I was afflicted with for
many years Any person wishing to see me can ca at
my house in BeacbStrcet, above theillarket, Kensington.
DR. SWAYNE'S SYRUP OF WILD.CUERRY
We call the *Mallen of the public to the numerous
certificates which have been in circulation in our paper
and some others of this city, :highly. recommending Dr.
SWAlrrtell Compound Syrup of . Wild. Cherry.—Wei have
seen the original certificates, and have- no doubt but they
come fromiraly grateful hearts,expressive of the benefits
vrtihattheitlhave received from tLat valuable ,cauiposind.
WO:I*W acquaintances Who have frequently used the
iilicUittwficine. who can speak with confidence of its
_ sincerity. I; would advise
you, one and all, both sick and.well, always. to have a
bottle, of Dr SwairxesCompound Syrup of Wild. Cherty .
In your house--it is invaluable In cases of emergenty,
such am Spitting . .of Blood, Asthma. attacks of violent
Coughing, which is often the cause of .spitting of , Mea r s,
Violent Nervous Affectione, which occasionallY cferge
from fright.__and.,various. Uther scut e, produciriggreat
alarm, sudden colds froin.,,itoproper. exposure. which
are often; let ; an to an.. alarming Client, reiteate._
mean% being ready a t handt-rand osed:Fett,
sweeties Compound Syrup repeatedly .
In my family, and always with nsssksd. success —f tan
recommend; it with,
„confidence. ari tick*, tee ,eat the best
- f amily. medicine! hich, has 'prat bealt-,Otrefed to the
Am by Wia.".Tborn. wirideisie aPnl
toe NO.b3. Market Street.
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DR. FRANKLIN SAYS
the public's servant..
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stAlikiii Wittig acYler•:,--licejlo*Cidgo- eitsraw,Di,r.
totesanaidedier to int mines Dui lateirleo l (tti Vid.*: 4 4,_ _
the Ladies --honorherwrith ashore tiftheir -Torii:M.oo l mi
pledges' ber ro'keep , eviWY-tang of ths - Witisr•i4lish
' 4eleription", intl nirattict ratentitin trin6mOtnYt -r: ':-:
It is with confidence Mrs. T. recommends-hat French
linitinitiniatidide torsetir.ilio•Set kiiredickill Wsuc , rrt
of Embroidery,whicirds superiOr to anything yet • - in:
&maths : this co u ntry: it Jackals' ROY; .-Linen,Cupinol -
..Orientals,Capes a : is ,Cardinal Demi. . dittoi Bar:
than lef Evening CostuMe;-Cataren cuffs. Pocket ': altd•
kerchiefs, Morning and Night Cam 'lt ti. - which eta
ready for theietipprobarion otilte9tir if-Oeto* , • '
Pili illr. TAB waiting the arrival of her Don'nerstTiom
Ea rope, at - No. 2 Perry street,-bitween Liberty and
Fourth - - - -
jurApti 4. !tit:SIR:PON,
:removed their Ocoee - to the reildcnic of H Ma.
Feartli t i'wo do o rs ahove Smithfield. sep 10 '
virtoFriN WA EIHOUSE.—No, 79. .FourtA
Az) Street, BetteesiWoott eta.
Two doors front , the corner of ' -street.' Con.
sternly Cm-hand aeassOrtMetit.; i'eadyintide
COFFINS, oTevery size and description; COvered
ones, with 'Clottf:' Mahogany, Cherry, Black
Walnut, Poplar, and Pine Coffins.
"ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Cairiages
furnished; Graves prOcured; and all services rendered
that friends may reqUire.
A credit given in all cases, either of coffins or carriages,
esqiiesjeif. - HENRY: AEA HES - , trpdert4ey.
175 Bina. WHITE LIME, - a - goperlor hnirie, for
sale by J .G. tve_orqtro;it.,
No. 12 - Water skreei.
ATA_LIETY.— Just received front New Yarkj 3000
V Temperance Alnianacs for 1843; 5000 cupiesof the
journal of the American-Temperance Union and Youth's .
Temperance Advocate for September..—Also,2oooChris
tian A Ima nacs, snd a goodassortment • of Loomis's :Maga.
zine and Plttabutgb., lud•theFranklin Magazine and Corn.
mon Almanacs 11Sr 1943; by the gross, dozen or Single;
250-copies of Grant's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny. Bu
sinesa Dirctory and Strangers Guide, for 61-Icents. Also,
Cottage; Fhmily, School and Pocket Bibles and Testa.
meets, David's Psalms; Methodist and Temperance:Hymn
Books; the beauties of Harmony, Introduction to Sacred
Music: Mason's-Harp with round and patent notes; Christ.
Harmand almost all kinds of School Books; Guna's Do•
meatic riledicine; Day Books and Ledgers; Writing, Let
ter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red ink, .by the
gross, dozen, ur bottle; steel pens, quills, slates, pencils and
wafers; Cyclopedia of History, Western Pilot, and •a con.
siderable variety of Booksand Stationery, for sale on ac
commodating terms for cash or country pr-dues,
ISA AC HARRIS, Agent and Commission Merchant,
sep '2 No. 9, Fifth street.
tdoortne.h.n. G. E. WARNER. ' J: PAINU'ER.
UNION COTTON FACTORY. Alleghe y City, at the
end of the upper bridge. The subscribers having
commenced the manufacture of Cotton Yarns, Stocking
Yarn, Cotton Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting,
and are prepared te fill orders at the shortest notice.
Having selected the latest and most improved ntachi
nery, and employed the manager who has attended to the
HOPE FACTORY for the last five years, they are manufactu
ring a superior article.
Cotton Warps made to order,
Orders through the Pittsburgh Post Offire, or least. the
store of J 4- C. Painter 4. Co., Liberty street,, or Logan
4- Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prolitit atten
tion. Address—J. K. In OORII.EADA. CO.
sep 1.2-1 y
FEM A LES.—Theie is a large mass of Females in
this City who from their continued sitting, to wBtch
their occupsi lons obliges hent,are a Ifected with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex.
ertion, sense of heaviness extending dyer the whole head,
intolerance of light and sound .an inability of fixing the
attention to any mental operations; rumbling in Oho bow•
els, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially ; after
meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up
stairs; tempfefickle; these see symptoms which yield at
once to a few dpacn9c r stut Brandreth Pills The occa
sional use or thia,triedietne woutd save a deal of trouble
and years of.auffering... One, or two, or even three of
the Brandreth Pills just before dinner, arc of en found
highly beneficial; ninny use them very advantageously In
the- - was; they aid and assist digestion, restore the bowels
to a proper condition, enliven the spirits, impart clear
need In thecomplexion, purify the blood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at Dr. it audreth's Office. No 98 Wood strt et,
Pittsburgh—Price 25 cetitt per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place In Pittsburgh. where the
GENUINE Pills can he obtained, lethe Doctor's own Of
fire, No 98 Wood street. sep 10
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS! SURGICAL IN
ST R UM ENTSI— T. McCarthy, Cutler and h'argiral
Instrument _Maker, Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
(SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHEARS.)
Physicians, Dentists and Druggists can have I hrir in
struments madehy the subscriber of a superior quality
and at Eastern prices.
Tailors' Patent Shears and Scissors always on, hand
also Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect
N. B. Ailarticles warranted of the best quality. and
jobhing done as usual. sep 10
LIVER COMPLAINT.—This disease often lerml
natcsin another of a more serious nature, if pro.
per remedies are not restorted to In time. 1 n all, forms
of this disease, Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening
and German Aperient Pills, will perform a perfect cure
—first. by cleansing the stomach and bowels, thus remo
ving all diseases from the Liver, by the use of the Ger.
man Aperient Pllls, after which the Compound Strength
ening Pills are taken to give strength and tone to those
tender organs which require such treatment only to effect
a permament cure. These Pills are neatly put up in
small packages, with full directions. For sale at No. 19
North Eight Street, Philadelphia. Also, for sale by. Sam
uel Frew corner of Wood and Liberty ste., Pittsburgh Pa.
A LLEN KRAMER, Ezebange Broker, No. 46, Cur.
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 bills, collected.
Pittaburgh,Pa, Wm. Bell Co., John D. Davis, F
Lorenz, J. Painter at Co., Joseph Woodweß, James M ay
Philadelphia, A lexander Bronson h Co., John 11. Brown
4. co. Cincinnati, 0., James WCandiess. St.. Louis,
Mo., J. R. Pii'Donald. LouisvilZs, W. B. Pope, Esq.
Preet Bank Ky. , sep ID
REMOVA L.—The undersigned begs leave to Worm
the public, that he has removed from his old stand,
to the corner of Penn and St. Clair eta., opposite the Ex
change Hotel, where he has fitted up a large Pix.so FORTE
WARE Roost, and now offers for sale the most splendid
assortment of Ptxnus ever offered in this market..'
His pianos consist of different patterns, of superior
Rose Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and mo
deled, and construeted throughout of the very - beat ma
teriels,which,for durability, and quality of tone, as well
as touch, he warrants to be superior to any' ever seen
As he has enlarged Iris manufactory, and made strange.
meuis to supply the increasing demand .for this lnstru•
ment, he respectfully requests those intending tn pur.
chase to call and examine his assortment before Mucha.
sing elsewhere, 86 he is determined to sell town, for
cash,than any other establishment east or west or the
mountains. P. BLUME,
Corner of Penn and St. Clair st reets,
sep 10 Uppositethe Exchange Betel; Pittibiirgh, Pa.
IV ARR ANT ED GENITINE.—Dr . . - Wintam
V Evans 's Camomilp Pink
timertmerres.-Letter.irom the Icon. Abgern 'ld'Clel
han,dolliran County, East Tennessee, Ile m berofCcingress.
Wasninwron, July 3d 1838.
Sir--Bince I halm been in this city 'I have used oPme ot
your Dispeptic niedlcine with infinite 'benefit and sat ill
faction, and belleie it to bee mosvoakiable remedy. One
of my, zonsti tomtits, Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell eounty,
Tenneesee, wrote to me to send'llm•sonle. which I 'did,
andlte has mplo7ed it very auccesafally in Os practice, 1 1
aniffsaillt Is invaluable. iiir:'`.lobtotettt,Yolli °kept at
thirdplace,* thirty., yorliVould" 'Probably like tfagent
Toupeettee. ' 80, I would rec ommend ' Dr. A *Med, as'
a nipper person'tb °Mcßae tot the rate of your celftwated '
medicine. Should you commission him he 'ls willing to
act tor you. Yviiicanitend - the medicine by water' tattle'
careof Robert Kkog It lons, Knoxville comity.tennes.'
senor byland to Graham ¢ Remain; Triawareil,Eaul.
Teineseee. beveoo deubl, but , if routed c In
Ile*aluoAntles In Ease Tenoemum le great: Onto Wedli'
eine would be sold. lam going luisbeliTsle-pcit.horfiet
&roar. oetw. use. and Mut of myr enalikukid'
frorul*bellwic - 06-mmuitt,ow a 'geld.
at,llliinivillealulltrouPtwOwllll447oOlll,ol ta l i pt
5983. or tooxnerewittio-tOttoriovaol4i*ootAtere.
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Ildr.Joux DEtaittrrot4--igterlitwint beenfresent;
yesterday, at the experiment, which you were stdW
make, in the presenCe of- ti.nuthbersof our b men,
of the safety of your IRON CHEfs"I`S., in ' .- tr fire43t
gives me pleasure to say, that so far asi Witeicapakilux*
judging; the test was fair, and AMe result exceedide**
The Chest was a small one,, about 30 inches blel, by
about 11 or 20 inches in breadth and, depth..and war-pla
ced on a block of wood about a foot In thickness, so as
to elevalje it about that height from the ground; several
books and newspapers were. deposited insideof it, Iq the
mannet.in which. Merchants and others would Usually
place them--a large quantity of light pine wood; [slabs
(rem an adjoining Saw Mitt,] was then placed around
and above ii, and the, fire . kindled on the windward aide,
so as to drive the flame against the back per t.of the cheat
The fire was kept up about three quarters of an Gout.
until you had gone anrong the spit-tutors and recelireri
from them their universaf:anit_WO.ghat the test 'wait
suffielent. The chest was thi*dirpen out of thefire,,
and cooler', and opened, an ted. The contents
were allsafe, and the only idijareffittne was to the hack
of book which - appear - lid to-be a little charred, F.rom
what L witnessed, I think that these chests are.tiesetv
in. of con fi dence, as affording; perhaps, the best security
to ' itierchants fur their books and papers, ,v bleb they cap
have without building large, thick, arid expensive vaults.
I would consider them a better secarity than many,vitults
which I have seen built. Your friend,
We concur in the above statement, having been pres
sent when the chest was tested.
IV. Al. Cooper, J. If. Shoenberger, Robt Bell,
J. I aughlin, J. Painter, A. Cordell,
R. Miller, Jr. C Armstrong, At H. Hoge ,
Thomas Craig, S. 0. D. 17otoard, .1, IV. Hoyt.
Eztraet of a Letter from Pugh .91vord, dated .Cia
cinnatt,l - 291h. Mari h, 1842.
J. Denning, Pittsburgh, Pa. Respected re ani il lr e
have the satisfaction to state as thehestrecommendWft.
we can give of the utility of your Iron - .4afeti,tlutt:
bava one of them which was in an exposed situatiOtt*
our counting room, at the time of the OrcOullll9lLitityg : :,
ing - , of the 10th inst. which consumed our Oculillou e #.4o ,
gether with a large, portion of the meat, laid,4oolt
it contained; —and that our booksand paperitollicii:Were
in the Safe, were entirety un'injuted, and were-rotkerr
from it after the fire; without ever tieing discolored.
Yours,¢c. PUGH 4-" AL VORD.
Extract of a Letter front Slater .fiaib: rook, dated. St.
Louis, Feb. 24t h, 1841.
1 1 4:Rallikpixo, Dear Sir: One of your second sizechesta
wasiArtillitiArcew days ago, in a leather 4e --it pre.
seined it.p contents. Respectfully yours,
'3OlO SLATER 110LE1100R.,
Livr.ww.DlPLAlNT..'cared by the use of Dr. Mar
cam polio& Sfringthen ill 2 and Aperient Nits.
Mr. Wm. R icheirdsilitstiurgh, Pa„ entirely erred of
the above distressiiig".digeg4:- flis symptoms were pain
and weight in the left : aide, less of appetite, vomiting.;acid
eructations, a distension' of the stomach. sick ilead-ache,
furred tongue, countenance changed to a citron edfor, difft
cult y of breathing. disturbed rest , attended with a cough,
great debility, with other symptoms indicating great de
rangement of ttre functions of the liver. Mr. Richards
had the advice of several physicians, hut received no
relief, until using Dr. Dartich's Medicine, which lumina.
led in effecting a pc - feet cute.
Principal Office. 19 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.
For sale in Pitishurgli by Samuel Frew, corner of Llber
I y and Wood streets. - sep I 0
Cincinnati, February 15,1540
Dr. SweyNE—Dear • ir:— Permit the to take the liberty
of writing to you at tills t one to express my approbation,
and to recommend to the attention of heads of families
and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound
syrup of Prunus Virginiatta. 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 complaint's, such as Coughing,
Wheezing, Clioaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, kc.
S-r. I should not have written this letter. howevei ,at
present, although I have fet it my duty to add my testi
mony to it for sometime, had it not been fur a late in.
static'swhere the medicine above alluded to was mat rtr;
mental in restoring to perfect health an ooniicitilds",:,
whose case was almost hopeless, in a family of
quaintance. "I thank Heaven," said the doatingT,MOD
er, "my child is saved from the laws of death! 0 *ACT
feared the relentless ravager But my child is salieris
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in thts or any
other country. lam certain f`:a ve witnessed more than
one hundred cases where it has been attended with com
plete success. I am using it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of Bronchitis, in which it proved effectual in a ex
ceedingly sitort lime, considering the severity of the case.
can recomend It in the fullest confidence of its superior
virtues; t would advise that no family should be without
it; it is very pleasant and always betteficial--Worth
double and often ten times its price. The-pubilc areas
sured there is no quackery about it. Rtai!tioN,D."D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Preetytariau Church,
Sold by VW M. TLIOR:sI. nritolesale ret4ll, only agen
for Pittsburgh. No. 53, Market street. sep 10
ABOON TO THE HUMAN RACE!—.Discover
what will destroy Life. and you are a great man.
"Discover what will prolong Life, and the world, will
call you Impostor."
There are faculties, bodily and inteliectual, within us.
with which certain herbs have affinity. and over witioh
they have power."
Dr. B. Brandreth's External Remedy, or Liniment,
which, by Its extraordinary powers, abstracts - Pain or
Soreness; thus Strains, Stiff Sinews. White Swellings,
Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints;
Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neck Sore Throat,
Croup, Contractions of the muscles, Scrofulous en
largements. Tender Feet, and every description of in
jury affecting the Exterior of the Human Frame, are
cured or greatly relieved by his sever-to be avfficiently
Currinciern.—The following letter from Major .Gen
eral Sandford, as to the qualities of the External- Reme•
.dy, speaks volumes:
Dear Sir—Witt you oblige me with another bottle of
your excellent Liniment? It iscertainly the best of the
kind I hive ever seen. It has cured entirely my sons
knee, about which I wasso uneasy,and I have 'found it
productive of immediate reltef - in several cases of War ,
nal injury in my family. A.'t* -evenings:state, my
youngest child was seized with-100km attasfaifoup.
which was entirely removed iiiiiirenty tas&stds-44..rub
bing her chest and throat freely:w Mr the Exterriveitem:
edy. I think you ought to manufaCture this: Liniment
for general use, instead of confining the use of it,--as you
have heretofore done, to your • particular acquaintances:
Yours C. W.-SANDFORD.-
DR. B. Brtarrnarta.24l Broadway, N. Y.
f&rotaale at 2.41: 13roadway , New York, and at his
offica;No.,93 Wood Iltreel,Pittsibuigh." ?RICE..4O,OIga
per batik With directions. ' se4l
ilarrlsburgh, A 411U:4241 h,18•2.
- "VALE OF THE CANALS ,Atlti. RAII.. tiOdiDS, ES:
LONGING To THE ST'ATE.—NotIce is herehy,gl-
vett that ierpurauance of the seveoteenthOsightee
nineteenth and twentieth Sectipesofthe Amot.4
passed - the'27tbday•of July, 1842, proposes tdill
'wed' at the Etate Department until the last:dayntplitema.- 1
her next, for the sale of all and each-of the kiW
-Rail Emits belonalng no the Cominettivseth: . Theialliier,
State t tiltock.st par value, mutbevecelVettllViiiPment.
Eaehieltildtrat or Company is required„specitlealtY, to
Stain, the'..lieftkear line of Canal ,or. , Riat/ Road which
therdealtefiCpuvertisei' UlmMt/ant of , Wilt= respective
bi dsg*O i rt t he'tivell 111 0Vonthltlettof ill concerned In
the together with their place oratiacerof lealdeew
In'eAlisi'lliattbeliiiretney'bewatetbee *invitee Lent
j iki . telA SE:B
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frtIIAVELERS • 4 1•AKS• Nl . •
prookto with ulesel:elpe_
bills piinteti"witti a ligorosrag
fat yaw are sot • &eel,* i*
gentsstating their boatalo to •
Girard, When they sere rot et '.?"`
-Thefollowtog loot-Itst of hoots. 4'l
ti Guard at the tort of Pitietmi
first on Melba have Abe imam
apparatos it is imposeibie for an e
NIAGARA, DU Q
LADY OF LYONS, CA :1,
VALLEY FORGE, INDIA
BREAKWATER, QUEEN" .
ALPS, Mill, . 4 1
CASPIAN, ECU s.
IDA, VIC '•• •
MARQUETTE, O SPRE
TALL EYRAND, PENEL
PANAMA, ROW lA.
SARAH ANN, ' MEESE
MUNGO PARK, OHIO,
NEPTUNE. . OEC/LIA 4 3
NORTH BE 67 1); '• GA
MARI ETTA , ?UNTO
ItRUNETTE, - COLE
. gtEAld 'FERRY BOAT,
The traveling community are rem.
before they make a choiceof a boat,to
and see whet her'it would not be , te
and security to choose a Safety Guard
passag,e ana freight, In - preference tome
against explosion-and that they alp
that this invention has the unqualified '
fifty steam engiodilMifelirs—gentleoetr
it is to, understand the subject, and who.
intereated--besides annether of certifies:
lc gentleu en and otherszA4ol of which
my office, No. 10. Water aireet, where it
pleasure:dr all times lb ezhthit -
who will lake the troublc to call.
seplo _ CADWA LLA
IT ALUABLE ; REAL ESTATE
The subscribetolfers for sale,
red rates, the greater part of. his realest
the cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny. sit
Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a. ran ,
situate on Market street, I , etween Second
bracing a front of about 54feet by GO de* p:
tire, or separately to snit purchasers, and
Also, the lot adjoining the above, WO
by nearly 350 feet in depth, isirlndinit3s . : - .„
pant mansion house which - now occuil
Also, a lot with 4WO 1.W0.943* k 4•1..
ate on the corner of Market- 11 FDA
a moderate ground rent. snit "Occunied
as a'groeery, • ALEX BRACH
IPA9X SEED W.IXTED.-1 1 anted'
i t cast orgoods, a quini ity of Flax ard Ti ,
Almost all kinds of Country Produce takrp
for cash or goods at HARRIS'S Inlet ppm ? f
aeft Cparmijy,kifin Wareinam, Ka
New Yana, Feb. 9; 1842.
Also, a select building lot in Allerrheny e
breadth, by upward of 350 feet in demi,
fronts, one on the Pennsylvania canal rlitit,
JOHN HART. -Commission Jfferchaul,Dulit
duce and ihner-imm-,Manufacieres, Jle:
..3110; Grier, E q., Pittsburgh,
Jaines Cochran of R'd.
Jno. D. Davis,
Vay 4- Hanna,
Avery. Ogden & co.
Jao. WoOdbourne, Evil., Madison!
VALU ABLE FARM FOR SALE -4
Farm on which 1 live, in WWI t
Braddocksfield, containing one hodetiok
acres; about 70 acres of which is clearduh
well timbered. There are upon it ttaull
and a barn 63 feet by aii; an apple onto! d
Also, about seventy acres of coal. The
be equal to that of any upland farm in tte
Terms made known on applicsi ion to the
in the premises. WILLIAM WAWA.
and Picture Frame hkeefeeteret
Fourth Street Pittsburgh. —Canvass Brno -
4-c., for Artists, always on hand. Loot's:
PromPtly_ framed to order. Repairing donstillt
Particular attention paid to reOlding ani
Persons fitting up Steam Roars or homes
theirad ventage to tall.
lA/117P, LEAD.—The suhseritersoree!
to tarnish painters, and others who
chase pure White Lead made of the ben I
ranted equal, if not superior to any gem' ti
All orldern addressed to Dunlap 4- Du,gbe , ,c 2 " 4 _, l
Co NO.ll()Second street, PittAurefi,will
attended to. • DUIGAT„IOO,
&DIES FASHIONABLE SHOE
-a-diTliftk St., mit door ft. sw Old Shwa Xl':
The Sultscriber respectfully inf Orel
And vicinity Hist he lot
13111 4 Poei . of hht own mans facto re.st /
where constantly keep conantly on bsoi *IS /
Meet anti klmhrof ladies, misses, cog rbg
It*d shomettbe bon quality'slilc l -
cos to stilt the times - He will aleo —at
kinds of-fancy work—sueb as white ai d
*llPpers, colored sailors, and baskins.ltikt.
Children's ellsiers, silk gaiters, kc., A.
will be made pt the shortest notiee,as*
LidienWill please call and exude*
as therahseriber feelsconfident that Seal
any arthsle in his line they may want , p ipi
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P. 8.-Don't forget-the place—No.& oil
door from Marrle's Intelligence Oda':
from Market ffirreet
W 11. 4 141.131 DIGBY havlng tokee IM ..
. bligiatea of Dieu.* Horning, to,
Liheril,etee4ll4 42 Market street, WV
thinks to the Fosterage Minds and t
firm. for the vetyMberst, support the! 10 "0
tended* iths.la..mmaectioo with M 4. 100 v j
willitio)pktiree_them that evert 0100
merit-11 g Avid giallo nof the same. _ A O
litVMOT"irrelle Aber siltation to ble 4:7.00
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:-. 1 '" 111 ' . = been evetoffered, being 11. rl No
the* •a of the stock of tbe tate lirel 01 . si oi
- sitil4ard sit he intends to tondo hhasti oa t w o o
cash beIiMPOIStAe , frent'emadent no ter"
surpluslft stock, either in ebeaP ne* ~ ~.'
newt 'Of Workrageghtp. ..,mstirli
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manner, and by the new
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purchasers; to be die
No. 184 Liberty sir
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184 Liberty st
S.NEW JERSEY Et
No. 184, Übe
TOOLS. consisting of
lasting Trowels. E d
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fro* tit Diamofil,
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