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WINIAOIII- 410, FIN I>&BHOWL Ono
too tivorolsos tho 41.= S.'. /War. ,Ifes
1 4 1 % Vindfredakllr,respenifalty.krforinslha
gunnwnd-,bis reatly,osade•coilin wtrehpnse to,-the
110Hdingsecently occupied by Hr. R. G. Berford,directly
4141914410iiis old stand, where he is always prepared res
illPtelrAlNllly to my orders in „bit line, and by strict-at
litatiOnto the details of the business °fart Undertaker
stiehOppatossertt ntrbltecoufidenen, He will be prepared
~istaidiatOniss to provide Hearses, Biers, Carriages anti
swag rstintsiteron the Malt liberal terms. Calls from the
.linsilltrY Will bepromntly attended to.
•liis,,sesidleone is in the same building with his ware
Itoilar, Where those who need his services may find him
iiioramtirtx; DWI. !ODD lILLCK.D• D.
'46WIONDM!. RODERT BRUCE, D. D•
JUDOX WLTTOIt, 15,LOCEL WILLI/LW!, D•
W. p. seaman, are. JOSZNI
P. REV• :411101 It.
nap 10 Ise. a. P swtrr.
*WKS, STEAMBOAT BILLS ,
PAMPHLETS, HORSE BILLS,
SLANK.H.. VISITING A
LABELS, A DDR E 4 S DO.,
CHECKS BeSI NESS DO.,
NOTES,, HAND BILLS,.
rims OF LADING, CIRCULARS, te,
Together with every description of Letter Press Print
lOgibrnlshed with neatness and despatch, and on mode
tOrterins, at tt!e office of the Daily Morning Post.
Taost TEN TO
„clan of individuals is very numerous. They are those
who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, work
men in feather stores, stonecutters, bakers, white lead
manufacturers, are all more or lem subject to disease ac•
cordingtelhestrength of their constitution. The only
method to prevent disease, is the occasional use of a
medicine Which abstracts from the circulation all delete.
Hone humors, and expels theta by the bowels. Tonics
In any forth are Injurious, as they only ;At ofT the evil
darto wake It more fatal. The use of Brandretles Pills
will insure health, because they take all impure mat ter
out of the blond; and the body It not weakened but
strengthened by their operation, for these valuable Pills
.do not force. but they assist nature, and are not opposed,
init harmonize with her.
Sold at Dr. Brandreth's Office, No. 98 Wood street,
Piti, , huren. Price 25 cents per box, with full directions.
.MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh where
GENUINE Pills can he obtained,is the Doctor's own
No.9BAee, Wood street. sep 10
MEW MOTEL.—The subscriber respectfully in
JA - forms his old friends and the public that lie has
°Meas.,Temperance-Hotel,ln fifth Street, near the Ex
change Rank, and in the house lately occupied by Mat
thew Patrick, and has hoisted ant ronli go, l'he Iron
wherehe will be very liact!y to accommo•
darl who may please to call or. him. His table
sha ire previded with the he:A.ll're, and every possible
~.eneommodation to town and country customers and
A few boarders who wish to lodge in their stores or of.
flees, can betaken. and gentlemen who live out of town
tan have , their dinners daily.
Be has large and good stables, and Ihe best Hay and
Oats, and a good Hostler, and will accommodate travel.
era, and gentlemen who have horses.
Boarders taken by the day, week or year. Charges
more, moderate than at any respectable Hotel in the city.
sop 10 JOHN IRONS.
.:WMEHNGTON HALL.—The subscriber has
. V V opened the late residence ofJactes Adams, Esq.,
deCeased. for the reception of visitors and boarders;
the house is very pleasantly situated on the hula of the
„Ohio, 2 miles from the city—possessing all the delight.
ful accompaniments of a country residence, without
being„ too far distan for persons doing business in be
oily. Visitors will be furnished with eve , y delicacy of
An Omnibus runs regularly every bou
gheny end of the Bridge,
N, B.—No Alcoholic beverages hew.
IMP WM. C. HORN
'reSSOLUTION OF THE UNION'—The copart
.L., nership existing between Jaws E. Kitbourn and
David J. Morgan is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The conditions will be duly not iced, with the signatures
'ofholls parties annexed, and Barry Hall will he continued
open by the subfcriber until other arrangements ale per
' Foreale,On the premises, 150 Mk. choice winter ap
plel,lnippited for Immediately. JAS. E. K LROURN,
No 9, Market, and 74. Front st.
r., BOOKBINDING. -M 'Candless4.
c -- --.. ..-----.
-- 1 :-.:"A ---
... Johnson, Bookbinders and Paper
1. , z ' ----- Rulers S. W. corner of Wood and
1,- -IA —;:--.--- Fourth ' streets, are now prepared to ex
. .7.., - .. ~
-- ' ---- : - mite all kinds of Bookbinding and Pa.
fa F --- -,,-
'' ----... per Ruling wilk neatness and despatch.
irriP '•k books ruled and bound to
ansipvenintiteln at - tat ortest notice.
ft.l3. All work done
.ne above Is warranted. (seal()
WM. BIDDLE, Surgeon Dentist, has returned
his old stand, No. 107, Smithfield ,
where .he can be consulted nny hour during the day,
on his profession. sep 10
RaMiefirita,„—George Armor, Merchant Tailor,
:respectfully announces to his friends and pa.
.trons,,that he has removed his establishment from his
. ; .old stand, in Third street, to the corner of Front and
~Mmithileid, in the basement story of the Monongahela
How; where , he intends keeping on hand a general as.
siortment of Fashionable /Goods, suitable for Gen
; a/ernes . * wear.
kopes, by close application, to merit a share of the
ousia*tio liberally extended to him at his old stand.
ANlARMllaving made arrangements in New York and
Philadelphia, with the most fashionable Tailors, for
the reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers
,ata,y-rely,on having their orders erecuted according to
the latest yle. GEORGE ARMOR.
- rept 10
_AR D OlL.—Tha Subscriber would most respectfully
inform the public In genera That he has an article
*tad 911 of a superior quality,manufactured'at the Cincin
nati Nannfactory,by R.W.Lee 4- Co,,which Is warran•
f visite' be equal to the best Sperm. Olt, both for Light and
Machinery. This Oil is entirely free from any glutinous
Matter, smoke, or unpleasant odor, and it Is as clear and
RI white as spring water. 'Not a particle of crust is left
OR the wlei. The light Is pure and brit:lard,
and will last as long, if not longer, than that from an
. sequel(qtrantity of Sperm.•oll. The subset ilier Informs
riter:pettlic thathe lies taken a place nearly opposite the
J'ost Mike, where he will.lieht up several different lamps
etre.y evening. and ; he would respectfully invite the in •
habitants of Pittsburgh, Allegheny,and their vicinity, to
call and judgefor themselves• lie feet* confident they
wilt be ,ponvineed that the above state:hen% Is perfectly
' correct. Out °rite° hundred individuals wllp-have tried
the OlLthere has pot been a single fault found with . it
. The Lard Oil costs one third less than Sperm, He would
respeetpally solicit the early attention of Dealers and Ma
' cfriebta to the above.
This following Churches are now nsing the Lard Oil:
~- liketortdrresbyterien Church, Pittsburgh,
' New Comberiand Presbyterian Church, Plusbutgh,
Presbyterian Church, 'Allegheny City,
horticliite Reformed Church, do.
Auttnibitrrels are branded R. W. LEE 4- Co., Cinch:).
We. the tindesigned, Captains c'f the Express Line of
Packets, on the Pennsylvania Canal, have tried and are
;Min "an article of Lard Oil tat rodu red hereby Matthew
_ C. SUNlY..and'lnanufactured by ft. W. Lee t• Co., at the
"Clinsionalti OH rectory.
liVis fhel confident In asserting that the a' ove is.equal
mto tliC-bent Hymns OH; that it is entirely free from' smoke
usir aeyotherglutinousmaiiler whatever; the light is ner
'lollfittlre.elear and brilliants and will fast nsiong, If not
1 110oletthon that from en equal Quantity of Hperin. - Ott,
Have ttn - hankation hxrecomtnending lttoourtrlenda
40,041,40 ib,tment house OIL , •
V‘MMT__ TRIM', Captain, Packet John Adams.
'VidBILDEDILiND, Captain, Packet John Bannock,
dl do John Madison.
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11161100 i *VON tILITCIIELEII. HERB
• - Theo Illific„nro composed of herbs. Which 'evert
a specific ictiON Span the heart, give hews,. ,ev
legimOrio the, ensile' system; the blood Is quickened
arsdAnair*id in its circulation through all the vessels.
eititeltiOt itatiirtyt . ;tkittyrßtic - situated istornatly;aritie
Oft• milt* lona of - (he ste
-1 (theie 1911.,16011MOHMCh)ciaille Of
. iiffiickFilltit*libitof firee*Tbellt!.
etppris.- 440 ,1 66rbitilLion
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i the Alle
M. C. EDEY, Agent
Pittsbu►sll, June 2lst. 18,42
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with" - • - - ii,.4c I iri` ' '
IN tolupitar - the `rievtiteen ,li ci Cif IVO act
1: '.of CohaTo6"Plull/Ohi.-alitt 'lnnhlllit aPPlinulailonS
..for atietrndoisiary ohjiciiiiirilljave*Cri usisailfinchnteil
•.irithelenerhl anproyritithrmbills without authority of
"raw, and tofli , and provide for certain . I citiental az
°pelmet§ of the Dirpartinent,, sad. officers Of heGovein , ,
•iment, and 'fotAitrier rugitkw," tippreved. Anrust 26:1
1842; Sealed Propiiiticts.wlti 'lte received - at his: - Depict•
nient natifthe thirty-first daYb Oticember Mort, lox fur.
niiiiing for one year or fonger,rat the opt ictitof theDepirt
me.nt; lite following descriptimisof ,Rlaulis-11. the use of
Post oMgei In !lie StatetrbfPercrisiliailla a , Delaivare
Malta received; "
Malls sent,, . • . ' , - •'I 60 " •
Account of Newspapers 11;4.1 PantithWe re}
ceived, 1 25
Mails received at Distributing Offices, 112 "
All the above on when royal paper, at lest. 22 by 17}
inches, printed on both sides and feint ruled, /glib nut less
than 42 linei on a page. , •
Mails sent from Dina ihui lag oMces, 112 Reams
Same size' pane ras above, bat folded lengthwise; and
with 50 lines vii a page.
At:counts Cu rrent , foolscap, two on a sheet 16 Reams.
Monthly and Weekly Registers,, foulsclipl
four on a sheet, 9 0
foolscap, 12 on a sheet,w Ithon t 'I '
Post Bills, foolscap,l2 on a sheet, With
Post Bills for Distributing Offices, 9 on a
sheet, with signatures i
Post Bills4frir Distributing Offices, 6 on a
sheet, with signatures,-
The preposals will state the price, in one sum, per
ream, for each kind of blanks,Tor paper printing, ruling
and packing; They are to be delivered%rt such quanti
tles, and at such times, as may be required by Ihe dlffa
ent Post Offices,and 'On the requisitions of Postmasters
endorsed hy the Postmaster at the place where the con
tractor may reside. None Will be Considereti os deliver
ed. or will be paid MN - except on such requisitions.
Each requisition, or quantity ordered, to he 'securely
enveloped or packed for transportation, and directed to
the Post Office, at time expense or the contractor.
The right is reserved of reject ng any hid which may
Le considered extravagant,- and also to give to any one
bidder the printing for one or more states adjoining time
State ef his residence; and each proposal sno=t be accom
panied by sufficient evidence of the ability of the proposer
to comply with the terms of his proposal.
The - successful bidder will be required to enter into
contract, with surety. In strict compliance with the pro
vision of the law, to which bfddersare referred.
Failure to furnish blanks promptly when ordered, fur
nishing those of lured% quality as to paper, printing,
or ruling, or any attempt to evade the true meaning of
the contract, will he . considered sufficient eausefor its
Payment will be made quarter-yearly, one month after
the expiration of each. quarter. I
The blanks must he equal to the;best of those new in
use. Specimens may he seen attire various.yost Offices.
The quantities mentionedabove. - are from the best es
ti i:ates that can he made fer one year's consumption; but
they 'nay exceed or may fall short of the quantities re
quired. The Department does not hind itself to any
specific quantity or amount.
' , Prom osals" , should be so marked, and addresseddo the
'-Second Assistant Postmaster General," Washhiaton,
D. C. n23—dtd3l
UO us, COLDS and CONSUMPTION ,— The
son for the above complaints is now at hand, end all
persons • who are subjected tp the - Inclemency of the
wrather are respectfully Informed that hey can find.
Covaaltt BALM- OF LIVE Ylkeh f* well.k down to have
cured TuOus4Oos: who' were in the last ;Ones of Con•
'umpteen. Certificate:area - he produced of jts wonderful
TAILOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT is another remedy
for Liver Complaints Caughe and Colds.. It comes high
ly recou mended by all who have used it, and is pleasant
to take, and speedy in effecting a cure.
PEASE'S BOARHOUND CANDY. --This is a highly valuable
and pleasant.medicine ; It will effecta positive and certain
cure for Coughs, Colds, C'ansumplion.and is an effectual
cure for the WHOOPING Cottons. This iga very pleas
ant medicine, all are fond of ii, and childrea never refuse
to take at; its cure is sure and positive. The subscriber
has a certificate of Agency direct from J. Peage tf son,
so there can be no mistake. All persons whotireeffected,
are invited to call and nut delay, forlittit4itaelo lake
medicine is at the commencement,
All the above medicines can always' be procured at
WIMiLESALE OR Fl ircerr at
7'UTTLE'S hIEDICAL ..90ENCY. 86. Fourth street
THORN'S TEA BERRY TOOT Ft W ASH .
Try - To Dr; THORN, -My 'Dear Sir: I cheerfully and
cordially embrace the present favorab'e opportunity to re
turn to you my warmest thanks of gratitude for your un
equalled and unexceptionable invention of your very
justly celebrated Tea Berry Tooth-Wash, and T fed that
I am in ditty hound to say that 1 have derived the great
est and most beneficial effect from Its frequent and mode.
ate use: and I can assure youthat I ant exceedingly hap
py to have the pleasure of Informing you, that sincerely
and cordially speaking, T can injustice recothmend its Pre
quer)t use to all that unfortunare portion 'ef the human
race throughout the globe who are now undergoing the
most excruciating pain for the want of a medicine prepa
rat ion of exactly the same nature of which you rsis prepa
red, Wid w ho have for years been suffbring from the in.
destructive and pernicious effects: of worthless
tooth powders and other worthless preparations. In
conclusion permit me to say that I have used your Tooth-
Wash but for a short period, and yet I feel thoroughly
convinced that it is the hest now known. Its inestimable
virtues in preserving Ihe teeth; (which it kept in a good
and handsome condition, is the greatest embelishmebt
that adorns the human structure.) are not to be excelled
in easing and relieving the sufferer from tooth ache, and
restoring the gums to a healthy and purified condition, and
giving also a sweetness and fragrancy to a disagreeable
hreath hitherto unknown.
Accept my sit cere wish for your success, from
Yours. truly._ Joszeu DRINA.=
FIFTH COURSE OF LECTURES
THE Committee on Lectures of the Wirt Institute,
for the Fourth Coursc,respectfu'ly announce to the
publ'e that they have made arrangements to commence
the Lectures on Thursday evening, December I. The
Lectures of this course will be exclusively Literary and
The Committee, desirmis of making the Lecture Room
of the Institute a favorite 'resort of the lovers of Uwe.
tore and Science, as well aulthe 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'I . C. HUEY,
W. W. WILSON,
JOHN S. COSGR AVE,
WM . B. SdAIFE,
JOHN B. SEMPLE,
nov' t 3: tr Committee.
US. MA IL LINE of Splendid PassengUrS.team Pack
, -els fromeincin wattle St. Louis
The new,splendid, last running, A. light draught steam
Packets West :Weaned Nonpareil, will vun as regal&
Packets, Item Cincinnati td St. Louis. Will leave Cin
elnnatiand St. Louis every Wednesday morning, at 10
Paseenzers from the East and West!may rely upon
their stattlug punctually ttadvei - tised. - i Pell 10
W,-,ILLIArd EV aiiiSl3 SOoTHI G SY-13UP.—
Jur_This„ z infaHitle .remedy hes preseived hundreds
when thought past:recovery, from coevuislons. As soon
the Syrup is rubbed on the gum., the child will reel V.
-er. This preparntion. isle innocent, soeffleacions, and so
pleasant, Mit no child will refnse to let its gums he rub
/*with it.-- lei heitigtftoostire at the age of font months
`OW-them IsmartPPearanee of teeth, one -bottle of the
Syrup-shoUld he, used to open the-.pores...!Parents should
rever havvitht.)V / the.syrup in the: nursery wh,!re there
atnlyikng.cltlVft- r.for if -,a chilit-wakes intim nig ht w
pain I tindlinlng, the - lA/yip Immediately gives ease, by
opening" I he porte, and healing the gums; thereby prevent
tug Convu Alone,. Fevers., 4-c. ',Par Wholesale and
eeP.3O - Wtmd ,tree}, below Second
CCHEAP. -140E-4ND RIBBON STORE, No. 2 St.
MAO 'seat. ' I
Lakeland Ribbons. t : I
• - Wide a ad. Darrow sets, ; . j
. ,Lace , atollilooHn coltarr: ; j
Infaote frock 614E0 4 i, ' .. . -
Ladles,Treneb kit; Motra)r.
LioleThread, andC_ ,otton "Gloves.
Mohair for. Veila—very , ~cheap '-
-,N large asactrtinint of jVngiiiii, Straw Bonner. ,
Atli? 001 4 :i/it afta#444 l4lo - 111110 7 Taiwan brald
,MO, AWRY • . - ;
et the latooklti*loit,*4 - 41 f.loliiiiiiftly 4111 rates.
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rw... t'..; 8, - -- 1 4 4 , '5-- , ..44 - 7.. =“3 . ...f,A4 14 . , ...,, ,
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- • ." 4 - - • " - '''' 4 ' Met thee -
PIO "Tna.': , .. . &.' ~.., . g -4LI M ~... 1 . 1 11Pli"1. 1. 4.
gami- —"'-' . "‘in Atte - boulets dettqlse:Whose purse
lire era iiiiVil: * o'7 extiaoool:' *here". Iranian 'neaps
' j " 14 there:loam- 4 i.* hits! - Mintplitint or fosse o
"citl43ri . , - 1 --- - -,•-, • • = ,
. .Ackyials. thito4._ iolzriita rif..1.8 Mt - Out relieve and
tienerstry"eSie. - Sillrhuith,tlMSe yltli rroduec a 'mows
oryttry,that etteitm not. to prostrate ; the body. oolwith
other mrritclnes k hot,the frame mitis,igrirated by the le
snosal-oi the arise Or weaknesd, the Morbid, the vitiated
bOinoraliont the blood.
_. . .
gormless in ihemaelm, they merely
" - AssuriptikTUßlC ,
. . ,
To throw out Iheoccesion of sickness from 'the nody,
and they mode's no alteratioiito the diet oi clothing.
In fact.t he hqman body is better ab'e to sustain with.
out Injury, the inclemency of the weather. while under
the hifliienceof tibia Infection destroynagoilsease eindica
tine Medicine than at any other time.
i'lleimportnace of, Brandreth's Pills for seamen and
travelers lA, therefore,Self evident.
By the timely use ofthis Medicine how much anxiety
and sickness t might we nut prevent. Cold, Billions al'
reclines, Typhus, Scarlet and fevirs of all kindle. Would
be unknown! But where sickness does exist, le no
time be lost, let the BRANDRETIPS PILLS be at ' nce
sent for, that the Remedy may be app led, viittioutlar
ther loss of time.—To et RlOlll/LBERED--
That Brandreth'al'illa have stood a seven years' test
in the United States. '
That they area vegetable and Innocent Medicine, yet
alt posierhat for the removal of disease, whether chronic
recent: infectious or IA her wise.
That they purify the blood. and slay the further pro
g ressof disease in the human body.
That. in many cases, where the dreadful ravages of
ulceration had laid bare ligament and hone", and Where,
to all appearance, no human means could have life, 'have
patients by the use of theSe pills, been restored to ' good
health; the devouring disease having been' coaipletely
That each of t he genuine has upon it THREE COM zoirr
That each labei has two signatures of Dr. Benjamin
Brandreth upon it.
That there must he upon each box three signatures,
B. BR•NDRrVR, M. D.
And three signatures, thus:—
"AU acute fevers ever require some evacuation to bring
them to a perfect crisis and solutiOn, and that even. by
stools, which must he promoted
,by art when nature
does nut do the business itself. On this accoont,
ill timed scrupulousnessabout the weakness of the body
Is of bad consequences; for it is that which seems chiefly
to make evacuations necessary., which nature attempts
after tne humors are tit to be expelled , but is not able to
accotuplish for the most part in-these diseases; and can
affirm, that I have given a purge when the pulse has been
so low that it could hardly he felt, and the 'debility ex
treme, yet both one and Ike ether have been restored by
It." The good effect to be .derived front the Braudreth
Pills have to be experienced to be fully believed. By
their timely use neither the scarlet, the typhus lever or
sn.all pox would ever assume their malignant fiat m,
To appreciate to :he full extent,the incalculablei bene
fits of BRA N DRETIFS PILLS, they must be used when
the First Symptoms of Disease present themselves. One
dose then, and their good effects will be felt throughout
the attack—l•r Is TAKING TGENI IN TIME that is thiegreat
secret in the cure of all appearances of disease arising
from bad blood, a nil I presume there are few at the Ines
ent tiay, 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. I sin respectfully,
the public's Servant.
B. BRANDRETH, M. D.
241 Broadway, New York:
THE COUNTERFEIT'S DEATH BLOW.
The public win please observe that no Brandreth Pills
are genuine unless the box has three labels upon it,
each containing a fac sitnilie signature of my
writing thus—B. Brandreth. These labe]s sir! engre•
ved on steel,heautifully designed, and done at an ex•
pinse of several thousand dollars. Remember] the top
—the side—and the bottom.
Ent red according to ad of Congress in the .ear 1841,
by Bet plain Brandreth, in the Clerk's Office in the Dis
taict Court of the Sot them Distract of New York,
Dr. B. Brandreth's own office, No. 98. Wood Street,
Pittsburgh. Only plc.ce in Pitishurgh w bete the genuine
Pills can be obtained. Each Agent who sed the true
Erandreth Pill, has an engraved certificate of Agency
renewed every twelve months, and has entered into bonds
of $5OO to sell none other Pills titan those received from
D•. B. or his special General Agent. Mark. the certifi•
Cate is all engraved except the Doctor's name, which is
in his own band writing. Observe, on each certificate
there Is an exact copy of the three labels on rile]) box E
graved thereon. Purchaser. see th rt the engraving of
the labels on the certificate correspond with those on the
The following are Dr. RepJarnin Prandreth's %gents
(or the salt, of his Vegetable Utile. mil Pills, in Alleghe
ny cooly, Pa., who are supplied with the new labelled
Price 2.5 cents with directions.
Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Street, Pittsbur
Allegheny, Mr. Jour; G Lass.
McKeesport, H. ROWLAND.
Nobleslown, JOHN J onmeox
Stewarts Town, Cnassmart ¢ Seaut.ntwo
ALEXANDER AsnAtar Clinton.
GEORGE PORTER, Fairy icw.
ROBERT SEMI PORTER, Tare.nto .
Elizahetittown,C. F. Minn.
East Liberty, DANIEL NICOLET.
Passim= (Awls, Pleasant Hill.
DAVID R. COON—Plumb Township.
W. 0. HUNTER.— Allen's Mill. [sr) 10
PILES cured by the rse of Dr. Harlich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient Pills
Dr. Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after 1 received the
Agency Dom you for the AMP, of your medicine, I.
formed an acqsaintance with a lady of this place, who
was severely afflicted with the Piles. Pot 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, ere. JAMES R. KIRBY
October 3. 1840. Chambersbog, Pa.
inOffice and General Depot, No. 19. North, Eighth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of
Liberty anti Wood streets, Pittsburgh. sep
INTERESTING CURE performed byDr.Swagneo
Compound Syrup of Prunus Virginiana, 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 coustant cough, spasms,^ - convulsions,
of which I had given upall hopes of tts recovery until I
was advised to make trial of this invaluable medicine.
After seeing the effects it had upon _my child, and con
cludiag to make the same trial upon myself, which en•
tirely relieved me ofa eolith that I was afflicted with for
many years. Any person wishing to see me can ca at
my house In Beach Street, above the Market, Kensington.
J. WiLcox. •
DR. SWAYNE'S SYRUP OF WILD CDERRY
We call the attention of the public to the numerous
certificates which have been in circulation in our paper
and some others of this city,_ highly recommending Dr.
Swairriz's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry.—We have
seen the original certilleatek and have en doubt put they
come from truly grateful hearts, exprewive of the.liemps
which they have received from that valuahle cOinbonad.
We have acquaintances wholiave frequentli used' the
above medicine. who can Speak *jilt confidence of its
virtues.--. Saturda - Ckranicle.
Fruow 'Crxizetts:—Vilth sincerity I would aditise
- yon. one and all, toth sick and well, utways to'have 'a
,hett le Of Dr SVITLYNC'S Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry
in your ,housa-4118 invaluable in cases of emergeney4
such as Spitting of Blood. Asthma, attacks . of violent
Coughlng,.which Is often life cause of spitting Of
Vlohtnt Natrona Affections, which occasionally come
from MOS, and various other causes, producing great
alarm, sudden ,colds from improper. expotnire. which
are.often let run to an alarming extent, for-want of
means beins_ready at hand;—aniß: al. I have itsetellr.
SvaxvneeCompOund Syrup of Wild Cherry ropegedly
in my' family, and always with marked suceent--4 'enn
recommend it with confidence, as-being - one of" r the best
fainlit 'Medicine* 'which has ever been offered.- to the
public:' - 4`aturdift
Sold by Wm. Thorn,- *Utile/ale 4- Retail, only agenl
forPittsbargii; N 0.53 Market Street. ' 'nay 10
VITI a f t isit Agetvoiterciffpft. rafiare--111101#
IVlV..:_elnforate -his: friends mut A4 ,0 4 0 4#4 , 4 , .gener,at
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DR. FRANKLIN SAYS
of rlaV origh led llOrteinityl`that One 'Ma arrived di.:
ritit 'tramL4)ndori,•Wittlibeatitiati itisinttrient rifirtiss:
ryirfthettewest' style. Her ectinction there will at all
(tines enable berto introduce the latest fashion anti shah
the Ladles honor tier with aehare ofibeit patronage,the
pledges herself to keep every thing of the
deription, and parstrim attention tO emmonty.
it is with confidence Mrs. T. recommends'her French
and London made Vorietin also her splendid assortment
ofEmbroldery. Which is superior to, anything yet intro
duced in this -country,: it includes lirthy Litted,Ccinnoi.
sears; Orientals, Casten la Cardinal, Demi, ditto. Dec.
•thas for Evening Costume, Collars Cita, Pocket Hand
kerchiefs„-M ern:us and Night Caps, its , . which• Will be
ready for their approbalion on the 911' of October next.
Mrs. T. is waning the arrival of her Bonnets from
Europe, at No. 2 Ferry street, between Liberty and
n. a. wAriaLw - GEO. P. 'Et4MILTON.
Ai AGRA W HA MI LIPON, /Mersey. at Law. have
1111: removtd their otrICC to the. reaidenee of H.S. Ma.
'oartS et, two doors ahoveSulithfield. kV 10
CStreet, °U S : .—‘79Flh
W° snristi,ifieir.l , :
Vwo doors from the dirtier of Wood street. Con.
inanity - on hued en assortment Of 100 ready made
COFFINS, illevery eau and description; covered
ones, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black
Walnut, Poplar. and Pine Coffins.%
ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages
Atria-Med; Graves procured; and all services rendered
that friends may require. ;
A credit given iii all cases, either of coffins or carriages,
reettesied. El Mgt?:
_BEA R 'Undert aker.
17, BBLS. WHITE LifitE, a superior article, for
It/ sale by J. G. 4. A. GnlrbON,"
N 0.12 Water streei,
VA lIETY. Just received from. New York, 3000
Temperance Almanacs for 1848;5000 copies of the
Journal of lite. American Temperance Union and Youth's
TeraperanceiAdvocate for September. . Also, 2000,Chr
.tian Almanacs, and a good assortment of Loom is's • M age
zine and Mishnah, and the Franklin Magazine and Corn.
mon. Almanacs for 11143; by the gross:dozen or singte;
250 copies of Grant's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny Bu
siness Dirctory , and Strangers Guide, fork; ;cents. Also,
Cottage, Fatally, Scisiot and Pocket Bibles and Testa.
menis, David's ['satins; Methodist and Temperance Hymn
Books; the beauties of Harmony, Introduction to Sacred
Music: Mason's Harp with round and patent notes; Christ.
Ilarp,and almost all kinds of Schnoi Books; .Gunn's Do.
mestic Medicine; Day Books and Ledgers; Writ in, Let
ter, and Wrapping Paper:blue black, and red ink, by the
gross, dozen ,or hots lersteel pens, quills, slates, pencilsa nil
wafers; Cyclopedia of History. Western Pilot. and •a cone
siderabievaricty of Books and Stationery, for sale on ac
commodating terms tor cash or country prniuce.
ISAAC H Alt R IS, Agent and Cormnission Merchant,
sep 12 No. 9, Fifth street.
J. K. MOORHEAD. G. E. W 4.I2NER. J; PAINTER.
UNION COTTON FACTORY, Alleghe y City, at the
end of the upper bridge. The subscribers having
commenced the manufacture of Cotton. Yarns, Stocking
Yarn. Col ton Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting;
4•c., and are prepared Ic fill orders at the shortest notice.
Having selected the latest and most improved inachi
nery,and employed the manager who has at tended to the
HOPE FACTORY for the last Ave years, they are manufactu
ring a superior article.
Cotton Warps made to order,
Orders through the Pittsburgh Post Offire, or len at the
store of J C. Painter 4 - Co., Liberty street; or Logan
Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prompt atten
tion. Address—J. K. moortflE \ D j CO.
sep 12-1 y
FEM A I.ES.—There Is a targe class of Felonies in
1 this City who from their continued sitting, to which
their °era pt.( lons oblige i hem,are affected with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex
ertitm, sense of heaviness extending over the whule bead,
intolerance, of light and sosind.tiri inability of fixing the
attention to any mental operations; rumbling iu the bow•
els, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially after
Meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up
stairs; lent pre fickb , t these are symptoms which yield a ,
once to a few doses of the Brandreili Pila 'rite °era.
ugsof this medicine would save a deal of trouble
and yedfs of suffering. One, or two, or even three of
the Brandreth rdis just before dinner, arc of en found
highly beneficial; many use them very advantageously
his wily; they aid and assist digestion, restore the bowels
to a proper colldil ion. enliven the spirits, impart clear
urns lo theromplexion, purify the blood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at Dr. It - audret It's Office. No. 93 Wood strict,
Piiisburgli__Prire 2.5 cents per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh, where the
ENUINE Plus can he obluilia,is the Doctor's own Of
fire, No 9S Wood street. sep 10
SURGICAL INSTRUMENT.! SURGICAL IN
S I'RUM ENTS!— 7'. McCarthy, Cutler and Surgical
Instrument Maker, Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
(SIGN OF THE (:OLDEN SHEARS.)
Physicians, Dentists and Druggists can have their in•
strumenis madeby the subscriber of a superior .quality
and at Eastern prices.
Tailors' Patent Shears and SCISSOT9 always on hand.
also Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect
N. B. Allarticles warranted of the best quality, and
jobbing done as usual. sep 10
LIVER COMPLAINT.—This disease often terml•
naleslo another of a more serious nature, if pro.
per remedies are not restorted to In time. In all forms
of this disease, Dr. Harllch'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 Pills, 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 sts., Pittsburgh Pa.
A LLEN KRAM ER, Exeltauge Broker, No. 46, Cor
ti. nor of Wood and Third Streets, Pittsburgh Pa.—
Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank notes, bought and sold.
Sight cheeks on the Eastern citie s , for sale. Drafts,
notes and bills, collected.
Pittaburgh.Pa, Win. Bell k Co., John D. Davis, F
Lorenz, J. Painter!- Co., Joseph Woodwell, James May
Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson 4. Co., John Brown
Co. Cincinnati, 0., James breandless. St.- Louis,
No., J. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. H. Pope, Esq.
Pres'i Bank Ky. sep 10
1.11 EMOV AL.—The undersigned begs leave to inform
11.0 the publie, t hat he has removed from his old stand,
to the corn. r of Penn and St. Clair sis., oppositethe Ex
change Hotel, where he has fitted up a large Puna FORTZ
WAXY Room, and now offers for sate the most splendid
assortment of PrAmos ever offered in this market.. •
His pianos consist of different patterns, of auPerior
Rose Wood and Mahogany, beautifrilly finished and 'Mo.
deled, and constructed throughout of the very best ma.,
terials,which,for durability, and quality of tone, as well
as touch, he warrants to be - superior to any ever seen
As he has enlarged his manufactory, and made arrange.
meats to supply the increasing demand for this instru
ment, he respectfully relpiesis those intending to par ,
chase to call and cxamine his assortment
sing elsewhere, as he is determined to sell LOWER; for
cash, than any other establishment:east or west of the
rr,ountains. F. BLUME,
Cornir of Penn and St. Clair streets,
sep 10 Opposite the.pchange Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
WARRANTED. GENUINE. — Dry
EFang's Camomile Pills. -
CEnTiete4Tis.—Leiter.from the lion: Abffi'm lll'elel
inn,Fhillivatt County ,Ease Tennessee,lletnherofCOngresa.
Wientworox, Soli. 3d, 1833.
Sir—Since I have been in this city I have used some of
your Dysonrine medicine with Infinite benefit, and sails
faction, and believe it to hen mosivaluanle remedy. Oad.
of my :tonstitnents, Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell county;
Tenneesee. wrote to me to send him some, which I did,
and he bas mpiny ed it very succeimfully JO his p r actice,
and says it is invaluable:- Mr. 'Johnson, your agent at
this place,s thinkslou would probably like an aent in
Tenneisee. If so, would recommend Dr. A Car den, us
a proper person t 3 officiate for Ihe "sale of your celebrated
,medicine. Should you commission him-.he Is willing to .
art for you. You can send • the medicine by watt , / t o, the
• . • . -
care of Robert King 4. _Sons, Itnoxville-conalY• ;annex.
pee, or by land to Graham 4' liougton,"Tazerielr, East
Tennessee. 1 .have no doubt but if you had Agent - I's;ln -
seirentt cbuntiesin Reit Tennessee, a great deal s ' utedl-
eine would tie sold. tam going - to lake some of It home
for my own use. and that of :my friends, ant tehcald
Ifiristotiliattrovela whether you would like nit agent ,
attiliniKVllle4lutilvart.Ocianty. Amit-TennerapPe; t can get
-*Oise orAheterctionxi!!*et for you aslllsolmit.44)ere,
its AM ft; of Tentlissek'i,
-ACIP - I*, Xo,42oiWoWit
Mr. JOHN [Umtata:- dragon.
yesterday, attheexaeriment , which you, were pleased to
-mate, in.the presence of a number of our businessmen,
of the safety of Sour IKON CH ES,TS, in casts of fire, it
eves die. pleasure to say, that so far aa 1 was capable of
'Judging, the rest was fair, and the result exceeded my
The Chest was a small one, about 30 inches high, hy
abontlffor2o.inclie.s in breadth and depth, and was pla
ced on a block of wood about a foot in thitknWst so as
to elevate It about that height from the ground; several
books and newsmtperswere deposited inside of It, lathe
manner in which bleichants and others would usually,:
place them —a large quantity of light pine. wood [slabs
from an adjoiaineSaw Miit,J was then placed arotind
and above it, and the fire kindled on the windward side,
so as to drive the flame-against. ths hack purtbf the chest.
The fire was kept rip about three.-quarters of an hour,:
until you had goneamong the spectators and received
front them their universal answer that the test-Was'
sufficient. The .chest wasthen drawn out of the fire,
and coulee, and opened, and examined. The eantecilr
were nil safe, and the only injury done was-to the back
of one book which appearedto he a little cuarred. from
,what 1 witnessed, I think that these chests are desery
ing of confidence, as affording, perhaps, the hest security
to Merchants for their hooks and papers, which they can
have without building large, thick, and expensive vaults.
I would consider them a better segarity than many vaults
which I have seen buil: . Your friend,
SA:ttinf , CHURCH.
We concur in the above statement, -having been Ines
sent when the chest was tested.
W. M. Cooper, J. ff. Shoenberger, Robt Ball,
J. Laughlin, J. Painter, A. Cordell,
R. Miller, Jr. CL. Armstrong, A. H. ,Hoge,
I Thomas Craig, S. D. Howard, J. W. floyt.
Ea - tract of a better from Pugh 4- SP, ord, dated Cis
J: Denning, Pittsburgh, Pa. Respected Friend: We
have the satisfact ion to st ate as the lest recommenfiat ion
we can give of the utility of your Iron Safes, t bat we
havg one of them which was in an exposed situation 01
our counting room, at the time of t he fire,on the morn
ipg of the 10th inst. which COI1F11111(41 our Pot k Ilon*e to
get her with a large portion of the meat, lard, 4e, which
it contained; —and that our bocksand papers which were
in the Safe, were entirely uninjured, and were taken
from it after the fire; without ever heing discolored.
Yours, 4-c. PUGH 4 , -. A L VORD
Extract of a Letter from Slater 4- Holbrook, dated St.
Louis, Feb- 241 h, 1841.
hIR. DENNING, Dear Sir: One of your st cumd size chests
wan burned a few days azo, in a leather store--it pre•
served its contents. Respect fully yours,
SLAT 011 4. HOLBROOK.
COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. Dar.
itch's compound SI rerigi henitia and Aperient Pills.
Mr. Wan . Richards, of Pittsbu run, Pa.. entirely cured of
the above dist rcesiiii disease Ills symptoms were pain
and weieht in the left side, les. of epetite, vamiting, acid
eructations, a distension of the stomach. sick• bend-ache,
furred tongue, countenance changed Ina citron raleir, diffi
culty of Itrenthim+. disturbed 11 . 1,1, attended a hit a cough,
Brent debility, with other symptoms indicating great de
rangement of that functions of the liver. Mr. R ichard.
had the advice of several phy , clans, lint received no
relief. until usin.: Dr. Ilarlicit's Medicine, which !ermine.
led in effecting a pe - feel cure.
Principal Mike. 19 No r th tiiaittlr sireri • Phitailelphla.
For sate in Pittsburgh fly Saniud Frew, corner or Llber
ty and Wood streets. sep 10
Cincinnati, February 15. IS4O
Dr. SIVAYNE—Derr . ir:- mit me to lake the lib, rly
of writing to you at ibis time to express my approbation,
and t,t recommend to the attention of heads of families
and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound
Syrup of Prunus Virginiana. or Wild Cherry Ba:k.
my travels of late I have seen in a g , eal many instances
the wonderful etTects of your medicine in relieving chit.
dren of very obstinate complaints, such ,as Coughing,
Wheezing, Choak lig of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, tc.
I should not have written this letter. luiwevet , at
esent, tilt hough I have let it my duty to add my 4£611
mony to it for some time, had it not been for n late In.
stance where the medicine above alluded to was Imam
mental in restoring to perfect health an -only child,"
whose case was almost hopeless, in a
. famlly or my ac
quaintance. "I thank Heaven," said the donting moth.
er,nmy child is saved from the Jaws of death! 0 how I
feared the relentless ravager But my child is safe! is
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
H ltd Cherry is the most valuable medicine in this: or any
other country. I ant certain I `save witne ss ed more than
one hundred cases where It has been attended with corn.
Mete success. I am using it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of Brune/Wig, in which it proved effectual in a s.
ceedingly short time, considering the severity of the case.
can recomend it in the fullest confidence of its superior
virtues; L would advise that no family should be Without
it; It Is very pleasant and always beneficial
double and often ten times its price. The public ate as
sured there is tio quackery about R. R. nettscm,D. D.
Formerly Pastor-of the First Presbyterian Church.
Sold by WM. THORN. wholesale 4 , retail, quit' a. , ent
for Pittsburgh. No. 53, Market street. sep 10
ABOON TO THE HUMAN RACEI—Lo Discover
what lull destroy Life, and you area great man.
"Diseover what will prolong Life, and the world wilt
call you Impostor."
n There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, within us.
with which certain-herbs have affinity, and over whioh
they have power."
Dr. B. Brandreth's External Remedy, or Liniment,
which, by its extraordinary powers, abstracts Pain or
Soreness; tints Sprains, 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 never-to be snfficiently
extermenTr..—The following letter front Major Gen.
era!' Sandford, as to qualities or the External' Reme
dy, speaks volumes:
Dear.Sir—Will you oblige me wit h anhther bottle . of
your excellent Liniment? It liceilainlylthelleat or the
kind 1 have ever seen. It has cored . entirely my son't.
knee, about which 1 wan so uneuny,and I have found it
prodoclive of immediate relief in several, cases of ester
nal injury in my family. A few evenings since my
youngest child was seized witbievieient attack i3fertittp,
which was entirely removed In twenty Minntis, by rub •
her chest and throat freely wh the', 'External Rein.
edy.- I think you ought. to manufacture this Liniment
for general rum, Instead of contining.tbelire of it, as you
haie heretofore done, to pont , particulat treAuniniiiilees•
Yours truly, - O. W. SANDFORD.
I);,llltuttnittri, 241 Bibadway; N. Y.
[ra-Poi-sale at 241 Broadway, New - York, and at Ids
office,l46:o3 Wood street ,Pittshtirgh. P ICE-:-50 cents
per bottle with directions: sep 10
qLCRETARIO4 071 , 101 S
flaidsbOttli, A netrstl4lli, 1841. .
QALE OF- TUE CANALS "AND RAIL ROADS BE
LONGING I'd Tilt STATE.—:Noilce is hetet.) , gi
ven that In pursuance_ of the seventeenth,_eiihleenth,
nineteenth end twentieth Sections of thelket - orlikagenibly
Oaseetrthe 27th day of July, 1842, propniali will he retrei
ved nt 'the State Depa mienVOWS the ittiaday Isloirena
fier neat; for: the rale of an' and each of the ntuals-and .
Rail Roads 'belonging to the Coinnuintarealth,jorvhielt
....State,Stocti, - at par ?aisle, will be received in,payment.
Each individual in ealipiny islectuire4l. siticlfiridiy, to
*tote, the .partittular_ line of Canal ~or Ran Road which
they deoirpeo, pnceitie..,, the amount of tfieo tespeGiltre
144 *th" er P r 'l h e filrenPri4.sllTlPPPMf. li concerned a
0* Mrer , l?gethar with heir place itOliacitagariCej
in order thattlpikaarnoiikat
Ailte prOpolais anris
i t aaOtan4SPOtaflaintwtsWA4 - 1444'
-1M240- , . 4 laright
frRAVELERS TAKE EOTllita,
provided with the Safety Ga d iZa .
'bills printed with a figure of the apps
col- you are unt deceived by ,
gentastating their Waist° by promo
Guard, when they are rot s retied
irst on r tte list have the improved a
appayai.lA ii is impossible-for an elpios x ".
RARITAN, I LLINOb,
LADY OF LYONS, CA IMO,
VALLEY FORGE, I NDIAN Que
FORT PITT, GALLANT, s i
PANAMA, POWDIA, t.=
SARAFI ANN, MESSENG4 ;
AMARANTH. ORPHAN ii.
ig LINGO PARK,
. .;TEA N. FERRY BOAT S
The ttkveling, cotomunity ate rop
befgre they make a choice of a iimi,all4
a ee 'whether it would not he wain'
andSecurily 10 - choose a Safely CaadNl
paseage ant: freight, in preference tothesii .
against - egolcsiom—and that they silltrq,.
that thisinventlon has the unqualified a
fifty steam engine huildere—gentlemen I
it is lo understand the subject, and whom
interested—besides a number of r erlifican
tc gentten en and others—all of which Di,
my office, No 10. Water street, white it
pleasure 'at all times to eghltilt my Inn
who williake the trouble to call.
set) 10 DW A LLADEi
ALU.ARLE BEAL ESTATE FOI
The subscriber Offers for sale, at the
cell rates, the greater part of his real Mit .
the citikof Pittsburgh anti A neghroy.tir
Brick Wareltiosses. hearty new. a aspM
situate on Market street .1 et weeo Stroniatt
bracing a ft not of about 54 feet by 60 drop. f
Ire, or separately to suit purchasers, a Wars
Alm, ;I Select hitilditor lot in Alleettrodtfra
breadtli,li3 upward of 350 feet in AA
front?, Oi!C on the P ennsylvania eatrivs 4 A*.;.
Alen tint lot adJoinltor UIP above. Woe
by nearts 350 feet in depth. ineindins itt • -
ea ttl tnansion house which I now nerupt
A Iso.tt Int with two Iwo story hetet Ft.
ate on the corner of Market stnd Froth stn.
grountteent,and write trerneiei
ass' groeery. ALEX. 1111ACKt .
ti** . Yoßa c k:!o. 9;1-842;
Thefollowing, iaa list of boa's stp i gi ti
v Guard at the Port of Pittsburgh—d
IL/'-L f.n.fv - TED anfr s i in
i2cast or goods, n v of Fin x and
A lams , all kinds of Conn iry rrodnre taken'
for casb or roods at HARRIS'S II r , li!enrr
pf,p COIIIII.ISSIOII MIFF, Ne
JnHNi DART. Comixissiou Nerchrmt,
duce and American Nassfaeturis,
Ti EVAN. TO
Jno. Piltslm rah.
James C mJiran of tVd.
J no. D. Davis, •
Avery. 13:iden ¢ Co.
J no. Woodbourn#.,Esq.. Madison rl
VALUABLE FARM &OR fla — i O A !
Farm'on which I live, in m 4401 " 14
traddocksfield..non”iining one resitimi -
acres; about 70 acres of w hir ti is 0 , 0 041*
well tititbered. There are nom. it acttlie,
and a barn 63 feet by 34; an apple orrtuni
A Iso, aliunt seventy acres of MIL TOO ,
be equal to that of any upland farm Itat
Terms made known on Boniicaiion althea
in the premises. WILLIAM WALLACE
WLLLIA M C. WALL, Plaia oil rot
and Picture Frame /dominion,
Fourtki Street Pitts burgh. --Cony"' 800 ,
tc., foe Artists, always on hand. Lookill
PP M/ Pq.9 Created to order. E 'pairing duet'
es t notice.
Pat ticu lar attention paid io
Persona fitting up Steam Boats or boo" 1 111 ,
theirtidvaatage to call.
W chase . p il. ti l r lT e ° W Erut l lLi d i t El e .: Le i
so nted 'l equal, If not superior to any offered 7
addressedoa at i do n t niii er : s nii , lea a ri n o d : o ili t h h tei e g r 7 : ll : 7 ;_ .
4 Co ,:NO,llO Second street, Pittsburgkeill
attended to .' DUNLAP.
_,,. L 10 1
L WES FASEffONABLE 811011 ..
Fifth Bt.. ope door fres Old
St i 41 a
-The flo,9criber respectfully informs[
Pittsburgh `lnd vicinity that he bar n
falling:Shoes of his own menufacture.l*;
,wlll keep constantly on I lil s
tig r ij
Irtenl 11;111 kinds of Indies, mi=F
a P 9, " d c
send 81, nes. of the hest (instil v. s tack CM
ei.- io' Olt , the times lie wilt atm etl i ;
kinds of fancy work—such as white
'illaPc'Cl.r, colored gaiters, and "' kW ' ilili
ettildrereat elialers, silk goiters, ke.. 4e• •
Will .he made at the shortest nottre.ss!l.-
ner. ladles will please call and eta
qnl,ll!stattse.ribcr feels confident that
trity.itilicie in hie line they may warl ~" 0
8 e1" 10 ' --' 1 1.-`
P.A. , Don't forget theplace—Nn ..e
door front HaTrIS'S intelligence 015d.'"7„
front- Murk ei Street
WiILLIA3I DIGBY baying kakci ale ~
besinesa of Ihaav 4. Hoestais," ;II
Liberty - street and a Merkel Ftreek
!petite to the nu meroint Mewls and cMY .:
`ei- for the Very liberal support' Mr
1 . 0
.telided . . to Wm, in connection , pith If'
o l i o
merit 10 asaure them that every Orli,
lmerittbe coollmotion ot' the rame.
Pecititity Invite their -attetdion to his 7 . 0
Clothing beene h he late nits selling at
than tias eier offered, beins d. 570111
tbe whole of - the stock of the title 0 . 1111 1: 0 1
ilible; Ill:tilts he in e n ds to confine hitter .- -
,cailt , business, he feels r - " 6dertt ll OO ~ -4
ull* lila stock, either in chcopnesr,_ . „
' bete df werknunsido ~..10401.1
..:,.,,i„.e. mike rietieet trat e very ad
tpred. 'ln rittaboroh. . ,
i . r c't
lipOU EL wo r litacovii .strauttiwtil_..,,,
-4, She,et ,Ir 0s o'4o'; " 17M,Hi _
-444 eidi Araiiiet*tres NPR —
itAhtilifilie st 1116 sbooll OW"-
s i k issteousl , o o, *go ota f.. ,i4 A --.
s#7.- • AzOilac:iiia*4 0 ! . 31,•
, ..- .. , T: , - 2 • , ' - 1- . 74
..44,„.- . .
liiril0011) 1 int
D°- I.E.Afts a yea
W 0 CENTB—f.
-1:1pf ifings Boys.
ae th e same office
us it 4 A l lt ,s B . a
-1 , 17 - --- --- 7.-
t iidvertisi i
RE OF TWELVE' LINES
OA One Month,
' o.tg Two moots,
: . LOO Three month
" 1,50 Pour months,
COO One yeti;
_canitevaaan AT PISASORI.
.18,00 SI: months,
?SAM One year.
etlverZnents In prorortion.
. „ • --,„, „_
tour: ,cf.X. LLARB a yen
.ss, Water, 4th -door from W.
Major Jobe V7illock,f3olt
anatArood between First
A. tartrate, treks-M*l.,
•', SOU, Third ' "street. next
[erten Chureh--S. a. I ohnst o
nice, Fourth, between Mark:
.nder Nay, Mayor.
ftella.Net. Fourth, near Ma
DUKE OF 0,
,hetweert Market and Wo
metre MAIICITACTOIMRS' ./.1111
• merry Saving Fund,).
N"l6b street, near Wood.
tk tote*, *Aker St*elet, n%a
corner of Penn and St.
-Horeb, corner of Third end
rrrat.,corner of Third and S
ss, corner of Penn street en
Liberty street. near See
mg House, Liberty St. op
AllntlM noose. Penn St. o
J H !114
GALENA, 4 - 4
M ENT(' IT=
. ' LLOR AT LAW.
tat*. on Grant st., ne
Rouse, next rooms to JO.
ELLIOTT;t. Do— 0
Strut, between Peas mid
aps.--rreston 4. Mickey,
enters In Englleh, French,
M rket , Fittetna ref t
LESS & IPCLURE,
Mors at Law: Office in the
rt House, Pittsburgh..
Path Bt,, hitweea Wood
DEVITT, Whotesti te (.tor,
, Pi dti Punter in Product. :It
*Wide?, Nal '224 Liberty
WILLI vat lon,'
MS ' & - DILWORTH
P Prortame a old Cam 1111P310 Tt
Ittshn rgh Maiinfitet it cd rt
ARA gOLUNSON, AI
• on the north side otthe Dia
nton streets., up !lairs
R.111:111.A.lilr, Atlortney nt
kanionnl servicns in I lit Intl
nd Market SLAWS, above
ak, KEAN, attmufaetit
Silent trop Ware. No. SO, ;
Spouting and Steamboat
YOUNG Sr. F
.. .tdortter of Hand st.
. to purchase Furniture.,
o give us it calf. being rul
.to quality and price.
ALGA. — A loop'' , of bandr
, and other different Marie
11 '0 and for sate at etticrests
No, 184 Liberty wed,
CLOSIEIYA Boot and 8h
23 FourtbSL, next door
Prtineltd, It Id and Satin S
truer, and by the newesty
110 ROS MULTICATJLUS
pdrebikeers; to be d ittpoped
No: 194 Liberty street, h
ROOTft, Flowers and Flow
Ittitia, can alwaya be ha
• of i F. i.
184 Liberty street.
Wnoin Annual Idamnunn 0
tthelhag and Seed store of
194 Liberty street, h:
..SEW J LtiBEY SWEET
AM* ithif. teeetveti by
Fs. L. S
. Ito. 184, Liberty heti
114 00GlintiN aiways
- - the
SlLlSittAborty street. •
a rea 4 maya
,' 6l toea d,to "At
' - 40 , 019.640M0m Mar
I .**-E*Wiiii , at - Abe..
well cured sod for sale e
consisting Of Hoes,
-,,l'iTtroitels „ &Wing rt
nt WeN Printing Shears,
490° 2* r. s
/84 Liberty street, hes,
_ ll ltu—,lllstreceived
lebidennsnre' Venison H •
ISAAC- H ot-R
for Pr •
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