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": • - • ( Mr
st, two .tio •v. s. - Beak. Bret
aettartektr,reseeetfully Informs thepablie that b
removed hitt ow*r made coffin wantlaome to the
roeently or:**o by Mr R. 0 - RE - 00 0 0 0R01
7 : 0100.01411 P• old stand. Wave he is al wayellferY4olltet: at
,.-..VAlairteeptly to anylWdera in Ma Hoe, ar d tg_Makt at
tiortte altthedetaila e( the Melees! aim Undertaker
Me Mapes to meritpabilethhildeneet He Wilt be premed
••••• .444, .# 1 . 1 . 3 0D0K 1 - but ightide Hearses., Biera;Car tinges and'
~.11~-regetsite on the•moollberat team Calla ftom the
ODOARY *lithe promptly attended to.
g...ll4a,reildenee, la is tbezaam building :with ht. ware
"allele% where throe who areed. ht. iferoicea may dad bum
*any Liam, seresigaeis: -
wiw•-.14.1115. scam aLaeig. D. D.
.:40100$AIDOEM.: • Kra. AollaßT agoos„
ROY. Julien. Tetaatare; o
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goy. Jamas Y. pavol,
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GeV ti t di fidacb
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BMA'S. '..: " . ` STEAMBOAT SILLS,
'IPAIMOIIILETS,, 110EiSF: SILLS,
iltirrNlCS, ' VISITING CARDS,
~LAHIgI,Ni- ' ADDRESS , DO.,
' OfECKS, BUSINESS po.,
-r! otos, HAND BILLS,
'. aui.woF LADING, CIRCITLA RS, 4 c, te.
Irftett*, with every deneription of better Press Print
Ilti-taintehed With neatneaa and despatch, and on mode
"rate tirma,Wl the office of the Daily Morning Pont.
up i 0
;IVO THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TED TO
IL PRODUCE - OR AGGRAVATE DISRASg.-LThis
Chas of individnale is very numerous. Tory are those
.who *oat in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, wor k-
Vied In _feather stores; stone totters, tinkers, white lead
Mannfactarers, are all inure or less subject to disease ac
curtHngto tag strength of their constitution. The only
ear ifind - th prevent disease, in the occasional use or
'lnedicine which abstracts from the circa lai ion All dale! e
l'itins hamar*, and e inch, them by the hcit.., , ."A'onics
lit any form are injurious, as they only off the evil
dill to make it more faint. The ace of Brandreili's Pills
tsiff insure health, because they lake all impure mai ter
mad" the blond; and the body is 1101 weakened blip
OTTE:Menet( by theft operation, f,,r these valualde
d 0 tint force.-but they assist nal ure, and are nut opp,:sed.
hat linvninnlze with her.
'Sold at Dr. Rrandreth't Offire, No. 913 Wool st rret,
...Pirkburett. Price 25 cents pox,with ful directions.
MARK—The only place er b
in Pit wi ts-Mirth .l
tIENUINE Pins can he olitatned, is the Doctor's own 'l.
ace, N0.98,W00d, street. sep 10
NEW VOIEE.-7-711,, sutiseriher ribeeitutty
fOrMs his -ota - friends and thepahl!e. that lie has
openers - it Temperanee Hotel, in fifth - Street: near the Ea
change Bari*, and in' the houPe lately 'occupied by Mat
, thew ,P,atrielc, and-has hoisted ant ron it se, «The - iron
.S.ttdillotel;`,witere he will he very. harpy to a ccOm tuo.
tinti all who may please to call ot him. His table
shall be provided with the hest fare, and every possible
necornmodation to town .and country customers and
A fevv hoarders who wish to lodge in their stores or of.
11CMedit he taken, and gentlemen who live out of lowa
can have their dinners daily.
He has large and good stables, and the best tiny and
Oats, aud a good Hostler, and will accommodate travel.
ere-nod gentlemen who have horses.
Boarders taken by the day, week or year. Charges
more moderate than at any respectable lintel in the city.
Sep 10 JOIN IRONS.
'VT opened the tale residence of Janis Atlas ts, Esq.,
deceased. for the reception or visitors and hoarders;
"the hottse is very pleasantly situated nu the hank of .the
mites from the city—possessing all the defight
accompuoiments of a country residence, without
being too far dietan for persons doing business int he
City. Visitors will be furnished with eve•y delicacy, of
An Omnibus rune regularly every hou t the A Ile
ittieny end of the Bridge.
N. B.—No Alcoholic beverages kept.
„iteplo WM., C. BERN.
1111880LUTION OF TOE UNlON'f—The copa rt.
nership existing between James B. K lib Miro and
David J. Morgan is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Vie coliditlons wilt be duly noiice'd, with the slseal u res
orboth parties annexed, and Barry flail wilt be continued
open by the subscriber anti' other arrangements ate per
For sate, on the premises, 130 bid& choice winter np
pies, If applied for litunedis: ply. JAS. E. K I itOU R ,
sepp—tr; - ..N0.9, Marketfftial 711„ troni st.
.E 6 10411110 1. DI NG.— isl'Cla n d I essiS•
.. Johneop, Bookbinders and Paper
,Rhiers, S. W. corner of Wood and
FOU.rth-streets, are new prepared to cx•
= - cute all kinds of Bookbindingand Pa.
per Ruling whit neatness and despatch.
k books ruled and bound to
lany :Oren pattern at tin °nest notice.
. N. B. .All Work done tie above is warranted. (sep 10
I,4i N 40..
- 7M. 111 DDL E, Surgeon Dentist, has returned to
•V V his old stand, No 107, :411101)60d Sittet,
iibere he Can be consulted any hour during the day,
tin 14 profelsion. sep.lo
REMOVA.L.—George Armor, klerchant Tailor,
respectfully announces to his • friends and pm
irons, that he has removed ilk establishment front his
old stand, In Third street, to the corner of Front and
Smithfield, in the basement story of the Monongahela
HOltset.where he intends keeping on hand a general as.
sortment of Fashionable Goods, suitable for Gen
t fernent'i wear..
He hopes, by close application, to merit a share of the
ousiness so liberally extended to him at his old stand.
N. B. !laving made arrangements hi New York and
Philadelphia, with the most Fashionable Tailors, for
tite.'receptioa of Paris and London Fashions, customers
may relyon baying their orders executed according to
. the Nalest style. G EURO E A !MGR.
sept - 10
-r:AttoOiri.—Tlia Subscriber would most respectfu l ly
JILA inform the pubLic in genera that he has an article of
ICA Oil of a superior quality. ma nu facto red at the Cincin
natiell Idianufactory,hy R.W.Lee.4- Co..w Mete is war ram
tad to be ennui to the best Sperm. Oil, both fur Light And
Mattry. This Oil Is entirely free from any glutinous
Matt smoke, or unpleasant odor, and it is as clear. And
as *bite QS spring water. Not a particle of crust is left.
.on the' wick. The light Is pure and brit:Jane,
,and will larri as ling. if-not longer, than that from, an
equal Actuality of Eperm. Oil. The sulescritter, informs
' the Public that he 'Milliken a place nearly opposite the
;Moat 'Office, witereAin„.„ . Sint light rep several di tfereut lamps
ertey esimhiteaidtVilvtould respectfully invhe the, in
haMtantsoryittookrth Allegheny, and their vicinity, to
ean'inadjniaitsrfktt;itteaiSelVe.n• He feels
lift coakrinceirthiethe above statement is
taped. " Oat.tif two hundred individuals who' have tried
thie`oll,there has not beena single fault found , with It-
TilitiLardoll costs one third :lire than Sperm. He would.
"Viiiiisettaiiratelicit the early attention of Dealers Tnd
- chinked' to the above.,
foitow,int Churches are now using the Lard Oil:
' . .- - )ilicorillTreldtyterlart Church, Pitt-burgle,
141V!,,cOwtherletredPreisbyterian Church, Pitisinugh,
Pied rretdriterian Chnich, Allegheny Chy,
Aseociati Reformed Church, do.
the tnirtaili branded • W. LEE. o.
4- C, Cinch!
We, the nodesigned, Captains o( the Express 'Line Ur 1
'taws, ollAhe Pennsylvania Canal, have tried and are
t a u lag stilaktof Lard 011 introduced here by Matt hew
41.t.iikiley,a0d-pauufactured liy U. %V. Lee 4- Co., at the
We Nsi eoulidintin asserting that the at ove Is equal
totileviiesteperiri'oll; thittltla entirety free from smoke
iorlttigroittargttitinoustnatter-Whitteier; the light is vver
ractly-pereAliear snit last as long, If not
imager than that from an equal quantity _ of sperm.' Oil,
,W4fettloe'RO:bookatwitly4 oar 6 1 eqs
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nk , !These PLll._ 4113,.."11;i71ie5yt- giv e inpelse,, O r
• ipeitigil iti
...7.,: r r,t.. m w t% - ; the Wed "Ig 11.00" ed
glienalli r.--1 4 7. 11 %, " ii - realitfoi throitih tiOthe ' l*Oeh't
1ai t d.21 0 1,,... ...L.-- -,,....---r,77,._..-ud,bilethiatOarte
eare-framw e e
iittvehe *motions o
,exicoolitillA 40116 , 211 , • eisisilmeiPloorillerloilelm.
dkomeariiiikAilh""7.-- - 4eilowottheit
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mitotbskint,ot jtp,rgatti *ttiglo l l it r lll
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I. comptl — Mice 4 11 * alwalketiftthileati al ).* lllB,act
of Congress ..legst, apProillatkas..
oh) the general approntiatilin Wits Artithatit ittittatrity
maw, and to Arend provide Ow tertaiirtneidentit fur .
"penises of the fle4airtsirettr,t and officina ';illte'Gove.tr ,
..stent, and for:other aPprOved• Amend - 16,J
184.2,;dssfsd - i's4possis Avill . haf, received a dile Depart
ment until the-thirlyAirat day* Denemberiestirfor, thr•
ittshing for one 'yeartirionger: at. the erptimiltitbarrefalry
meat; the, following rkeseriPtionitarßlealte for- the faurbr
Post Offices In the Stdbee ot Pennsylvania and Delaware:
' Malls received,
Malls sent, . - • • '-60,: "
Account of. Newspaperaandritmptrlallt
. - -
Mails received at Distributing Offices, .12'
AB tire on small royahpapere at lest -2 by -17 k
Inches,printed on both sides sad feint rated; with sot less
than 4211neson a Page-'
Moils sent from Distatbuting Offices!, • Reams.
Same size paper as above, but folded lengthwise, and
with .50 lines on a page.
Aecountsourrent„foolscap,,two on asheet .16 Reams.
Monthly and Weekly Registers, foolscap,
four on, a sheet,
rostaiiiB4o,lllKAP, 12 on asbeet,without
Post Bills, foolseap,l2 on a sheet, with
Post Bills for Distributing Offices, 9 on a,
street, with signatures
Post Bills,lfor Distributing Offices, 6 on a
• sheet, wlih Signet tiren,
The proposals will state the price, in one sum, per
ream, for each kind of blanks, for paper, printing, r6'ing
and packing; They are to be delivered in, such nuanti
ties, and al such times, as stay he required_ by the differ
ent Post Offices, and on the requisitions of Postmasters
endorsed by the Poll master at the place where the con
tractor may reside. None wilite-considered ai deliver.
ed , or will be paid for, except on ouch requisitions.
Each rectilisition.ror quantit V ordered, to 'be seetirely
enveloped nr peeked for transportation, and diretted to,
the Post Office, at .theespertrie Mt the contractor. •
The right is reserved of reject ng any &a whleh. may
I.e considered extravagant, and also to give to any one
bidder the printing for one or more stales adjoining the
State of his residence; and each proposal must be accom
pa n ied• by set fficient evidence of the ability of the proposer
to comply with theterms of his proposal. •
The successful bidder will Ire required to enter into
contract, with surety, in strict compliance with the pro
vision of the law, to Which bidders are referred.
Failure to fur nisi) Clanks promptly when ordered, fur
nisirine those of inferior quality as to paper, printing.
or ruling, or any attempt to evade the true meaning .of
the contract, will tilt 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. Speeimens may he seen-at the Various Post Offices.
The quantities mentioned above, are from the liest•es
tl-rtates that can he made fer on'e year's eOnMtn,rptiOn but
they may exceed or may fall short of the quantities re
quired. The Department does not bind itself to any
specific quantity or amount. •
' , Prot orals" should he so marked, and addressed to the
"Scrawl Assistant rostmaster , General," Washington,
[T. C. n23—dTd3l
Pijt 2.151:, 1842
1 "`. .::
dri OUG HS, COLDS and CONSUMPTION — The sea-
N...) son for the above complaints is now at hand, cnd all
persons who are . subjected to the
. inclemency of the
weather are respectfully Informed that they can find.,
COVERT ' S BALM OF LIFE w h ich is Nell known to have
cured Tuotismtes, who were ,in the last stages of Con
sit rap tio „ Certificates can be proeuced of its wonderful
TAYLOR'S Baltsast or LIVERWORT IS another remedy
for Liver Complaints.Caughe mid Colds. It comes high
ly recnir mended hy.alt who hive u s ed it, and is pleasant
to lake, and speedy in effecting a. cure.
Pir.tses flosanouso CINDY.--This is a highly valuable
and pleasant medicine:it-will-effect a positive and certain
cure for Coughs, Colds,, Coneeemption,and is an elfectrial
.cure for the Vinocituno , POOGEIB. This is a very tiaras
ant medicine, all are fond of it, and children never refuse
to take at; its cure is sure and positive. The subscriber
has a certificate of Agency direct from J. Pease ik son,
so there can be no mistake. All persons who arc clamp',
are Invited to call and not delay, for the thee - to iiike
medicine is at the commencement.
Alt the above medicines • -ran always be prorured at
w RoLESALS OR R lITLIT
7'UTTLE'S AIEDICA f. AGENCY. 86. Fourth street
I'Hl RN' TEA BERRY Too t ~ASt
Kg-To Dr. ruosh;--?4y: Dear - Sir: I cheerfully and
cordially emhrace the present favoran'eopporiunity to re
turn to you any warmest thanks of gratitude for your un.
equalled and unexceptionable invention af your very
justly celebrated. Tea Berry Tooth.Wnslloyad I feel that
I am in duty hound to say that I have derived the great
est and most beneficial effect froinitsfreqiient and mode.
ate use: and I can assure you that I ant exceedingly hap
py to. have the pleasure Of informing- yoU, that sincerely
andcordially speaking, I can injustice recommend eis Ire
quent use tonal that unfortonale portion of the human
race throughout. the g,Fobe who are now underghing the
most excruciating pain for the want of a medicine prep.i.
ration of exactly the same nature of which yours is prepa
red, and who have for years hcen suffering from the in
jurious, destructive and Pernicious eirects of worthless
tooth powders. and other worthless preparations. In
conclusion permit me to aly that I have used your Tooth.
Wash but for a short pririod, and yet I feel thoroughly
elinyinced that it is the best now known, its inestimable
virtues in preserving the teeth, (which it kept in a good
and handsome' condition, is the greatest embelishment
that adorns thh human structure.) are not to be excelled
in cash's: and rellevlng the sufferer from Cootie ache, and
restoring ine gums to a healthy and purified condition, and
giving also a sweetness and fragraney to a disagreeable
breath hitherto oak noien:
Accept my sit' cere wish for your sarces, from
Yours., troty, Theron BRINKER
FIFTtI c wl iis o
TIsT V IjrE.
Tr. u Committee on Lectures of the Wirt atitute,
for the Fourth Courac,respect fu , ly announce to the
public that they have made arrangements to commence
the Lectures on Thursday evening, pecember 1. The
Lectures of this course will be e:celosively Literary and
The Committee, deslious of making the Lecture Room
of the Institute tesort of the lovers of Litera.
ture and Science, ail *e4l as the fashionable; have spored
no exertions in procnrinimiputar and talented Lecturers,
both at home and abrci4d. - ' -
in the course' of two iveeks — a 3ist of tbe Lecturers will
he published; aild tickets offered.
SAM.. C. HUEY,
W. W. WILSON,.
; . JOHN' S. COSGR AVE,
wM. B. SCAIFE,
JOHN- B. SEMPLE,
any 9 tf- - - Cosentittes.-
S.'MATE.LIPIE Pr ShiendidPatimnger 'Steam - Pack.:
mi from Cincie lo St . Louie.
:The hattr,apiendiit, fast ill ISPIng. tight draught steam
ORCACPIP Mild Wind and Nonpareil, will run ds. regutdr
Parkets, from Cincinnati St. l e cotke., . leave pin
einnati and St, 'Louiri every :Wednesday mprning,at
F'aeiengers frosi- the past aid , yir* may,: rely upon
their startieg punctually ait adiertleed., lep
WiLti evA NIPS SOOTHIN G SYRUP.—
JUP' This infallibld remedi hair Meserval hundreds
when thought past retevety; from convulsions: 'As aerie
as the Syrup is . robbeli on the gums;tiblialita will reecv
er. This preparationjtr 1010nm:enc., so itiletteioutt. and so
pleisani; that no 'child will 'refuse An let hit eltmil*fub
bed With it. ' When ihfanisitvi at the age of foul' Months
tho' there lafite aPpentteed of teeth, one bottle 'tif the
Syrup should he um! to open the poles; 'Parents thOittd
never beWithoukthe Syron in the nursery where theke
ere l ouni-a l Mren;lb
_Yit' it:ehifd , wakeS in the eight:witb
phi in Me uninahe Syrup ithatediatety , giVPS .
opening bird'hetlifirthb gum,' theriebylPtiveii
ingtedovitzlotib'i - reient,l4 - Ui For Sate viVhottente'rti4
Retail by 1 11: 43.13E'LLER.f,.
rep 1 . 1To:41: Wood stre e t, i!e!tivir!SegnitO
CILEAP: - .- '. ag'.4.7r.1) RIBRON'87:911. ;wa, "St. .
C 1 Ar .8 ,.. i1t " . "-.
Tames a - na !al ...b ,
W 1 40 and nitii . 1 0 1 " 1, • - • .
Lace and lliiil collar"
' Iktan*lrpet , KWh:
Lidiee:rreveti Bid, lifobak. ' , '....,., , _. •
'Vide Thread. a d Cotton Moves,
Biaek MO* a kifiOja--14117 et,..lhealli - ,
A e s
Also;AA . * AAjort -t 4 4 !WW I SltArfrl*J.lff., ,,, ., -- '
trifirl,y, c0 1 1_ m iii.lIVIAtitie*Lik 641071.0!!f! b ,*
4ibotC4l4 l il , 4ooo4itlfigeogottin.._ ,,,,,, ,,
tilißliP4ll. l o 'I I W . -, - - r --, - ' ''' - ' -
4'' , .; .7 r: -1.••• - ." , z... - * ,- 4.' .-. l' - :•-r,, , trA , ?,11.',Tr-4 - ,
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, 7 -4 Orr t .t4a • • •
!iii*Vtilol-40.00: '7 , • 4 ion'
ilaniiiikil;theteigamidst!hi,An,,..****Ar 4 004 or.
sk ai n e s •Abaletioisak . itt.wilarpotwiere . iii4,l
-A,ltbingbflantieldlla?- - prOthictliti;notvir",
inreev,t hat effect is mat to. prostrate thivhorlyi‘siserith
Other 'nisidiefilesti.itittthelinnie hi Intilinitifidliy theta
movat tat Unit canoe Of, Brintitn . eolt, the:l,oo4,fthrt !Mated..
'bititornfroiriptyrciod. - __ • ,
•• - • .-• 1 , /rfNA.Tinkli..., 7 . •. , , :
throw oat thetie.cii)on tit _Siettireirit from ..lhe.hodyi,
nod they moire no • alteration In thsdietofcintli (el..
In ItiolAtte_hutitanAnditithettecabltito sustain with.
out injury, tileinelentetteyofathe.. , ingather, while under
thOterginetteeoth,ts hilOsoJion-dlePOlrtiribierthe eradica
ihrit.:* - edicitte.2had, •-•, •
Theliinxirtinie 4:lltrandreties".l4lfhtifor.'seitions and
traveknets, i bent IS Ne;selfealdont•• •-!`. '
By the timetyinte oft lits- Medicine- 101irtinett - artilety:
:and sickness, ntightiee! nut preveht.- af
• fectitimr,Typlitur,: , Pearled s ad-feel:fa 01 all • Blida; would.
be:unknown! ',But:where atekness. , doen ,- eitst, let - no,
LiMe . 'be lost; - let :the BRANDLBTH'S PILLS heat once
sent for, that the Remedp mar tntnpn-ted, , Withoni fur
ther se Samistinutan— • t •
That Bmudreth's Pill/ have stood a Seven yenta' test
.in -the United Stater: • T -
That they are a vegetattte.and •i n nticent• medicine, yet.
all podverfui for the removal et - disease,: whether: chronic
• recent; infectious or otherwise
That they lit.rify the blood,: and _star • the'furt her pro
gressof diseasein the huntan body_ • - •
That. in many. cases, where the _dreadful. ravages of
ulceration hadiald'bare ligament • and - .hone, and where;
to all a ppearance, , no hUnlan , means couldsavelife,,haine
.patieetsliy the : use-or:these pills, been reoltired Ack gand
bean-hole --devottring - : disease` having been coniplittefy:
eradicated. :* • • : •': •
That each of the genuine has upon it Tittes-coevittonx.
That each label has two signatures of Dr. Benjamin
Brandreth upon- :• • •
That there must be-upon each, box three signatures,
thns: . •.- • ' •
B..Ba•TIDSAITH, M. D
And three signatures,
"Ali acute fevers ever requiresome evacuation to bring
them to a perfect crisis and solution, rand that even by
stools, which must be promoted by art when nature
does nut do the basinmw itself. On this account, an
ill timed Fero riotousness aboot the weaknesq of the body
Is of bad consequences; for it.is that.„which seems chiefly
to make evacuations necessary.,. which nature attempts
alter use humors are fit to he expelled, but is not able to
accomplish for the most.part in these , diseases; and, I can
atheirri,..that I have given a purge when.the pulse has been
so low that it could hardly. be.. felt, and the debility ex.
treme, yet both onennd the ether have been restored by
it." The good 'effect to be derived from the Brandretit
Pills have to be experienced to be fully believed. By
their timely use neither the,seariel, the typhus fever or
sn.all pox would ever nsrimnetheir malignant form.
To appreciate to - the fullextent t ips - incalculable bene
fits of BRA NDRETI'S.F.ILOLtiney_ most be used when
the First Symptoms or Disease present themselves.' One
dose Then, and their good effects will be felt throughout
the attack—lT to TAJUNG Ttlele IS TINE that is the meat
secret in the core of all appearances of diSease arising
from had blood;and 1 presume there are Iltw at the pres.
ent day, will say anytEing of, those iisea_ses Which areel
the body when the blood is pure. Barb diseases t have
yet to see.
Doping that some who read this may be benefited by so
dotrig. 1 am respectfully,
the public's servant.
B. BRANDRETH, M. D.
241 Broadway, New York:
THE COUNTERFEIT'S DEATH BLOW•
The public will please observe that no Brandreth Piits
,are genuine unless the box has three labels upon it,
each containing a fat shuttle signature of my hand
. welting thus- 1 8. Brandre h. These labels art engra.
ved on steel, beantifully , ,destgned, and done at an ex
pense of several thonsanddollars. Remember] 4he top
—the side—and the bottom.
Ent red according to act of Congress - in the year 1841,
by Bet gamin Brandreth, in the Oterk's Office to the Dis
cilet Court of the So , then, !Markt of New York.
Dr. B. Brandreth's own office, No. 98. Wood Street.
Pittsburgh. Only plz,re in Pittsburgh whetethe genuine
Pills can be obtained. Each Agent who sell. the true
-Ern mireth Pitti-Mals am engroved 'certificate of Agency
rerietva every -twelve months, and.hus entered into bonds
of $5OO to sell,uotteothet,Pilis Loan those received from .
B. or his *eclat Genera( Agent. Mark, the certifi
sate 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 ench box en
graved thereon. Purchaser. see lit .t the ens.roving of
the labels on the ce•tifica le correspond with t hose on the
The following are Dr. Renjamin MandrelWs %gents
(or ihe sale of his Vegetal.le Unit:km' Pills, in Alteghe
ny eouty. Pa., who are supplied with the new labelled
P 1 LES cured by the tse of Dr. _Darltch's Compound
: Gentian Aperient Pills
Dr. Harfich—Dear Sir—Shortly after 1 recslved the '
Agency from yuu for the sale of your medicine, I
formed an acquaintance wl:h a Indy or this place, who
was severely afflicted With the Piles. Erin eight or ten
years this Indy was subject to frequent painful attack=,
and her physician eonsidered her case 'ad complicated,
that he very seldom prescribed medicine For her. Through
my persuasion, she commenced using voile Pills, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, tc. JAMES R.KIRBY
October 3, 1840. • „ Chambersbug,Pa.
ttr Office and General Depot, No. 19. North Eighth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of
Liberty and Wood streets, Pittsburgh. -sap 10
INTERESTING C ETRE prifor need bypr.gways 6' s
.L Compound SYrsP of Prunus Virgisiann, or Mkt Cher
ry. Having made use argils invaluahle Syrup twiny family,
Which entirely cared my child. The symptoms were
wheezing and choking Of phlegm, 'difficulty of breathing,
attended witknonstatit (cough, spasms, convulsions, 4.c.,
of which I had given upon hopes of its recovery ,. ' until i
was advised to make t ha of this Invaluable medicine.
After seeing the effects t had dpon my child, end eon
eluding to make.the so . i Trial upon' mYself;;; which .. en.
tiretTretieved me ofd cough thatlWan afflicted with for
many years. Any person wishing to see me 'can en at
my house - inMeach Street, ahove the Market, Kensington.
1 J. Ilthiticox.
DR. SW A.Vt•lg.'SD'ill'UP OF WILDCIIERRY.
'. We 'cal) the attentinn of the public to ihe'rintnetonS
certificates Which have:been lir ciriolation In our Oilier
•ind some oitieri 01'114 city, highly iccomineiaing Dr.
illintantrenCoMpaand Syrup of Wild therry.—Wri have
teen tbeOrlginial certifiratee,mid Mixt no dOribt hutDikv
come from truly grateful hearts, espiMsive ofihebene is
*liiili they 'havereceived from Mat valuable •coMPolmilL
We have aciMaintan who have ' frequently need the
above m edicine. who n }Teak with coo*dence of its
virtues.Saturdny Oil Onicie, s - -
w . 4 - Limit- 'MT , : Ar . • 4beriWate 13 - 1 ' -
W V II
h.l* - ±.)... 14 .." ,5.. -it o.l* ..t . Tia - _,
that De therlithine.7 -----i-prw,i,psibetket
I deir from the corner oto,.
strict Otelillou t° I l ligh leillk..6l. '' ...-.., ''
; ' 4 4
DR. FRAlncpil BAYS
Price 25 cents with directions.
Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Street, Pittsbur
Allegheny, Mr. band GLASS.
MCKESSHOEI, G. ROWLAND.
Noblestown, Jena Jonrsnr.
Stewarts Town, CHviolas 4 , SPAULDING •
A LSI - ANDER ASDLLE.MOH.
REWARD THOMPSON, Wilkinsburgh.
GEORGE PORTER'. Fairview:
ROBERT SMITH PORTER, Tarentn m.
Elizabethtown. C P. Neuf—
East Liberty, DA ruct. Nioszzz.
PRESSLEY lams, Pleasant 11111.
Davin R. COON—Plumb VoWnship.
War. 0: HERTER— A (sep 10
PILLOW ctraincs:4-With slocerltyl would ailvice
you. one and iat, li•OffiMCY agilAvelk ahvifs 10 have a
eottreof Dr 13*.e,fah'aNgtfhigil SyrupOf
in your hoiiozit.lCTiva wslite In casesor-etnergeacy l ,
such es Spiitlng' til4d, Asihma, attacks of violent
Colightng, which is often the cause ocfglitlaifor,:bloaa l
Vlotent NersopS AdLctiiina. which occasionally come
from fright, arl...varillsul; ollskcausrb, iiyalgc)ng gigot
Alarak, eidcleo .. from luipiogo .eApitsrtre,infai
,hre.cilleu let extent,,ihrwalt,Of
maps being : ready as 1:7100 * se 'elki
Si'4o ll - 0 00°4 0 d TOR ; ,14 30 4 ,
Att. my ,fai%ll3! , 1 1 's14 61 ;Inneel' s ""i" ca6
:,recomalead'it WAtil cOiAlielleO4P the best
WI 4304 1 e1h0s VA** litil.,,rcitVn :offli6led to lbs
Nig* 4 iv Thug, Niftioiewhio
" - teapot:Meat .
illtsiihrthi - • le:- nezted there'reit
Atl9oB enabiaber to liatroduCti, thitioteat fashion and
tfuileidtee brinether Withiibare of-their patrrinige,ehe'
frieitgo beriertnlteeit thing the anieystyiish
dederiptithr;ind pay stria s&itatton to edonextir.:.
Lis with confidence Airs. T. Terioinatendeber french
r.iiithillitaidai:Vdisistirt alto her splendid
orihnticoidery, which iseuperior to, anything yet intro
docedin this country: it inoltutes Baby' Lilien,Conocit
Whirs; Orientals; Cacieia la Cardirrai. Demi. ditto. Ben
tme for Eyening . C6atnne; Cotters Cade,Pocket Hand
kerehtek Morning and `.,Hight Cape; itc.;;Whieit will he
reedy fat hetripitrobalkin on:the 9th of GetOber.
Mrs- .7. le' waiting the 'taint of her Bonnets from
Europe, at No. 2,. Ferry. street, between Liberty and
sept- 29rrdt f.
A. 8..13,*0. P. HaIIIILTON.
AGRAW CEI:A $ll
. I,:toN, .fittorneya at Law, have
removed their leiffice . ta the reeideace . of H.S. Ma.
gt aw on. fourth et, t we, thiere above Sm it !Meld. aep.lo
dr:AORTI.N - WA.REHOUSE.—..„N'a, 79, Paurth
, 11 !..../_ ' Street, Armee* Woad and _tbnith.fieid sta.
'Faro :doors fromilte corner of Wood street. Con
.stantly--on hand an assortment of 100 ready made
- COFFIN °revery star and descripilortf covered
' ones, witil, Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black
Walnut, Poplar, and Pine Coffins. ...
ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages
furnished; Graves procured; and All services rendered
that friends may require.
A credit given in all cases, ell her of coffins or carriages,
reqnest ed. HENRY BEARER, Undertaker.
175 BK.S. WHITE LIME, a superior. article, for
sale by J. G. it A.GrIRDON,
N 0.12 Water street.
AAI ET Y.— „lust received from New . York, 3000
Temperance Almanacs for 1843;5000 enidest of the
Journal of the American Temperance Union and Youth's
Temperance AdvOcate fOr SepteMber. &1st:42000 Chris
tian Almanacs, and a gt?od assortment of Loomis's M aga
zi ne arid Pittstiujgh, and the Franklin Magazine and Com
mon Almnnaes for 1 1 143; by the groes, dozen or single;
250 copies of Grint's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny , Bu
sitters Diretory and Strangers Guide, for 61- Vents., Akio,
Cottage, ihmily, School and Pocket Bibles anti Testa,
meets, David's Psalms; Methodist and Temperance Hymn
Books; the beauties of Garthony, Introduction to Sacred
Music: Mason's. Flarp with round and patent notes; Christ,
Flarp,and almost all kinds of School Books; Guna'a Do
mestic Medicine; Day Books and Ledgers; Writing, Let•
ter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red ink, by the
gross', dozin,or hot' le; steel pens, quills, slates, pencils and
wafers; Cyclopedia offflistory, Western Pilot. and a con.
siderable variety of Rooks add Statiodery, for :stile on ac
commodating ierms ter cash or you nrry pr-tduce..
ISA AC EIA BRIS, Agent and CoMmission Merchant,
sep '2 No. 9, Fifth street.
J. K. MOOREIRAD. G. B. WARNER. J: PAINTER.
UNION COTTON FACTORY. Altegke -y City, at the
end of the upper bridge. Tile subscribers having
commenced the manufacture cif. Cotton Yarns, Stocking
Yarn,Cotton Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting,
and are prepared tc fill orders at the shortest notice.
Having selected tile latest and most Improved maelli
nery,and employed the manager who has attended to the
Hoek,Fac-ross for the last five years, they are manufactu
ring a superior /trade.
Cotton Warps made to order,
Orders through the Pittsburgh Post Office, or left at the
store of J C. Painter Co., Liberty street; or Logan
4.• Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prompt atten
tion. Address—J. K. MOORHEAD 4- CO.
sep F 2--1 y
T 0 FE A LES.—Ttiete is a large ciaiof of Femmes In'
M this City who from their continued sitting, to which
their occupations oblige hem,a re affected with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex
ertion, sense of heaviness extending overt he whole head,
intolerance of light and sound .an inability of fixing the
attention to any mental operations., rumbling in the bow
.sometintes a sense of suffocation, especially after
meals when any exertion is used, as going fluidity up
staira;Jemprefiekle; thesearesymptoms which yield at
oneetta few dosesof the Rrandrelh Pills The ocea.
sionalime of tbiii medicine would save a deal of trouble
and years of sufferm,g, One, or tw', or even three of
the Bra nitret h Pit's just before dinner. are of ell found
highly beneti , ,ta I; many use them very advantageously In
this way ;they aid and assist digestion, restore the bowels
to a proper condition,entiven the spirits., Impart clear
ness to the complexion. purify the blood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
sold at Dr. li - andret It's Office. No 98 Wond
Piiishurvh_Price 25 cents per her, with full directions.
MARK —The only place in Pittsburgh, where the
ENVINE Pins ran he obtained, is the Doctor's own Of
flee, No 90 Wood street. seri 10
QURG IC AI, INSTRUSI ENTS! Sl' RGICA IN
S MUM F.N TS! T. Arc Cart h y, Cutler and S'urgiral
Instrument Mahar, Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
(SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHEARS.)
Physicians, Dentists and Druggists can have their in•
struments made by 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. R. Allartlcles. warranted of the hest quality. hnd
jobbing done as usual. sep
LIVER COMPLAINT.—This disease often term!•
natesin another of a more serious nature, If pro.
per remedies are not restarted to in time. In all forms
of this disease, Dr. tlarlich's Compound Strengthening
and German Aperient Pills, will perform a perfect cure
—first by cleansing_ the sit - meet) and bowels, thus remo
ving all diseases from the Liver, by the use of the Ger•
Man Aperient P;119, after which the Compound St rengt h•
ening Pills are taken to give strength and lone to those
tender organs which require such treatment only to effect
a permament cure. These Pills are neatly put op In
small packages, with full directions , . For sate at No. 19
North Eight St reel, Philadelphia. Also, for sale by Sam
uel Frew corner of Wood and Liberty sta.. Pittsburgh Pa.
ALLEN KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. 46, Cor•
nor of Wood and Third Streets, Pittiburgh. Pa.—
Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank notes, bought anti sold.
Sight cheeks on the Eastern cities, for sale. Drafts,
notes and hills, collected.
PittsburgA,Pa, Wm. Bell er Co., John D. Davis, F
Lorenz, J. Paineer4 . Co., Josepia Woodwell., James May
Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson* Co., John H. Brown
tr Co. Cincinnati, 0., James MT:lndies& St. Louis,
„Alo„ J. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. D. Pope, Esq.
. P refit .Bank Ky. Pep tO
ilk EtIIOVA L.—T he undersigned begs leave teileforin
IL - the public,lhat he has removed f r0i1 . % 'his old 'stand,
tirtheeOrner of Penn and St:Clair sts., oppositethe Ex
change Hotel, where he has fitted np a large Plano Poem'
WARY Roost, and now offers tbr sale -the meat splendid
assortment - of Plitios ever Offered inxlvisinarket.
His piPTIOS conithlt. of different patterns, of superior
Rose Wood and afahogany,beautiftilly finished and mo•
deled, and constructed throdghout, of the very beet ma•
terials,whith,for duiitillity, - and orients of tone,, as well
warrants touch, he aiiants to .be 'superior to any' ever seen
'AI he has eniarged UlsManufactory, andarade,aria nee.
snouts to - supply the.inereashig demand , for this Inetro•
!nest, ht. Tespeelfully modems those intending to -par.
ehaee to-tati-aiideiamlne.eleasgortroent , heforepureha.
alnOilseidintre, as he is determined to sell LOWILI2, for
eisli,than any ether establishment east or west of the
'mountains. F. BLUME.
Corner of Penn atid-St: Clair sites:lS,
stip 10- OpOoliteitie Facitingellotet. Mist:ou rgh.fa.
Vir ARRANT-ED GENIIINEs—Dr. William
Evan's Caron -life Pitts. • • •
flawrwtwerzs.—Letter,from the Hon. Mklent
Illvan Con ot v ,E.ast Tennerree.„MeroberotCongrersr.
'• • WASHINGTON, July'lB3B"
Hti—Siace heti& been In city libliiie,uSed sotnef of
your' i Dyspeptic thittlelne with infinite Wh e re!. and'` sills
factiort,Und *dove it to he a mast valuable remed,, y. One
or niy - zotistitrienti, Di. A. Carden. of. Campbeljcnty,
• Tenneeseri; Wrote.toime to send • him some. tdid,
and he har.nt ployed it very "successfully, in pratitite,
and says it is Invaluable. Mr. obwsort, Your agent' at
Ibis , place; thinks youditontd probably Mks en itgent.in
Tenneisee,“ it 90, f, Would recommend Dr., Carden,us
ii:piumker person iwotheititte fo r the sale nflont-celebinted
medicine. Should you commission him be ,W willing to
act'lby:l * 'You can send the intidinine hi:water . ..lh the
Rabertilting Saha; detiiity,Tentres.
rste,Or hiland to Graham4- - ' s totiStonl '''fifietvell; the&
'Tennessee. I have-no - doubt but if you bad,ngents in
sir counties in East Tennessee;, great - deal of Midi
dine "hi sold •"I• am going to takn'tioniu 0-.11 home
for MY own use.and that of my Mandl, and should .
filurtormar from yaw whether you would • like trirtrieut
tit Bhirttripiik Etiiilhnitidiiiaxy,tutTeintaisieft ran
some ihifiniabiersiorMtflii you nsi hive near there.
! - ABIEARkitt MVO: tti:LAiket**o l l44 .
I•.,Mlff " • - ;1*0 •
IT obi, rgh,lirne 180839.
Mr. .410 DENNINCI:-..:Deltr Siik—Hatring, been present;
yesterdisy, at the eipertment which you were Pleasid to
make, in the presence of a number of ' our buSinela men,
of the satiety Of 'your IRON c4Es'r§l;io c ase,of fire, it
gives m pleasure. to say, that so far as l'„ was cepa. lb of
judging the test was-fair, and the result exceeded my
eipecta one. 1 • . i
. .,.The hest was a small one, about 30 ladle' high, by
about 10ot:0 inches 11 breadth and depth, and:was pla
ced on d block of wood about a foot l_ti thickness, su as
to elevate it about that height from the ground; several
hooks and newspapers were deposated.iuside of it, In the ' I
,mannerlin which Merchants-and others would usually
mace t hcm—a large quantity of light 'pine wood [slabs
1 f r om aniadjoining Saw Moi, ] Was then , placed a rotind
and aho e it, and the firetkindled on the windward side.
_so as iodrive the flame against the back part of the chest:
The din' wan kept pp about three (Madera of an hour,,
until volt hail gone among the spectators and received
from ttiem their universal answer that the lest sou
niftier*. The chest wasthen drawn out of theft . % 1
and cooled, and opened; and examined. The contents.
were aii safe, and tire only injury - done - Wll/3 to the back
of one hook which appeared tote a-little charred. From
w hat 2,, lwitnessed, I think that these chests are desert , '
ing orebntidence, as affording, perhaps, the hest security
to Merchants for thelr Woks and papers, which they can
have withouttmililing large, thick, andexpensive vaults.
1 woulconsider them a better sec u rity than many vaults
which have seen buili . Your
I , enUEL.CIIIIIICH.
We +mar in the above statement, batting been pres
sent when the chest was tested.
W. M. pooper, J. H. Shoenberger, Robt
J, Laughlin, J. Painter, A. Cordell,
R. Niller, Jr. CL. Armstrong, A. H. Hoge,
Thomas Craig, S. G. D. Howard, J. W. Hoyt.
Extractlof a Letter from Pugh 4. Atoord, dated -Cin
oinitatt,29th Afar( h,1842-
- J. Dunning, Pittsburgh, Pd. Ref-peered Friend: We
have the satisfaction to state - as the best recommendation
we can ;give of the utility of your trdri Wes, t hat we
have one of them which was hi an - exposed 'situation in
our cotiroing room, at the time
. or the fire, on the morn
ing of the lOt it inst., which consumed our Pot k House to
getber With -a large portion of the meat, lard, kc, which
it con fled; —and that our hooksund papers which were
in the snre, were entirely uninjured, and were taken
from It lifter the fire; without ever tieing discolored.
Yoursotc. PUGH tt• A LVORD
Extract of a Letter from Slater ¢ Dolbrook, dated St.
Louie, Feb. 24a, 1841.
Mg. PENNING, Dear Sir: One of your. srcond size chests
was horned a few days ago, in a lea! her store--it pre
served itS contents. Respeci fully your,
sea Itr SLATER t HOLBROOK.
LIVP.II. COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. Har-
Rail's compound Strengthening and Aperient fills.
Mr. Win. Richards, of Piitsburgh,Pa.,entlrely cured of
the aboredistressing disease. His symptoins were pain
and weight in the leitside, loss of appetite, vomiting, acid
eructations, a distension of the stomach., sick head-ache,
furredtrgue. countenance changed ton citron erdor, diffi
rutty o :breathing. disturbed rest, attended with a cough,
great debility. with other symptoms indicating great de
rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richards
had the advice cf several physicians, hut received no
relief. tintil using Dr. Ithrlich's Medicine, which terminn.
ted ineffeeting pe-feet cure.
PrintOni Office. 19 North Streol. Philadelphia.
For sale in Pittsburgh by Samuel Frew, corner of Liner
ty and Wood streets. sap 10
Dr. liwAYNE—Dear • ir:— Pet mit me to take the tincrty
of wrieins to you at Ittis line to express my apprt.tint
and to:recommend to the attention of beads of families
and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound
rap of Prunus Virginia na. or Wild Cherry Bark. I
my travels of late I have seen in a Id eat ninny instances
the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving chil
dren of very obstinate complaints, such as Couglting,•
Wheening, Choaking of Asthmatic attacks. 4c.
4-r. 1 should not have written this leiter. Irowevet „at
present. nit hounth I have fe , t it toy duty In add toy teeth
molly to it for some time, had it-not been fur a late in.
stance where the medicine aliuve alluded - to was lost ru
mental in restoring to perfect health an! oonly
whose ease was almost hopelffs..tn a family of my ac
quaintance. olibank Heaven," said the iloating moth
er,..my child is saved from the jaws of death! 0 how
feared the relentless ravager But my child is safe! is
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry is the most valcallic medicine in this or any
other country. lam certain t ave witneSseil more than
one hundred cases where 1t has been attended with corn.
plete success. I am using it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of Bronchitis, in which it pt need efeectual in a sa
ceedlngly sitort time, considering the severity of the case.
can recomend it intite fullest confidence of its superior
virtues; I would advise that no family should be without
it; it is very pleasant and always beneficial—worth
double and often ten times its Price. The public are as
sured there is no quackery about it. R. Jimmon, D. D.
Formerly Pastor or the First Presbyterian Chard],
Sold by W5l. THORN. wholesale Br retail, only agent
for Pittsburdb. No. 53, Market Street. sep 10
ABOON TO TOE HUMAN RAE!—"Disccroer
what wilt destroy Life. and you are a greaiirtau.
"Discover what will prolong Life,,and ithe world will
call you Impoetor." 40" . . .
"There are faculties, bodily ankin(etiecivai., within us,
with which certain herbs have amity, and over _solsiok
they have power." . • .
Dr. B. Brandreth's External - Re.medy, or. Liniment,
which, by its extritordinary poviers.abotrocts. Pain.,:er
Sorenese; thus Spral:ns,.Stitr .Sinews,. White Svielltnit
Rheumatic Pains, or Stiff/tees, Silicone of the Joints,
Thin . ore, Unnatergl Elaidoess, Stiff Neck Sore Throat,
C t riinp, Contractions of the muscles,' Scrofulous en.,
fargements, 'fernier Peet, and every description of in
jury effecting the. Exterior ofthe Human frame, are
pared Or' greatly rel faired by hie, neeer:4o be„ tr . /IlkleyUr
festal/eel remedy. - -. . , .• , ; , ,
.- Critilysciers.--.The renewing letter front Major Gen
ital Sandford, as to the qualities of the Eiter ital . :genie;
dy, speaks column: .. ~ .. 1 ..
New. , Pei).* fat,
Dear S ir you oblige me with other:bottle ,of
. •, , • . .. -
your excellent. Liniment? Tt is eertatut thebeet Of Ve
kind . l Rs veever seen. - It has cured e tirely . My, son . *
knee, about which I watt eo uneasy,and ) _'have found it
productive of immediate relief In severe l caw; of ext er
nal Injitry fn my family: , il: few evereliiii annea l tuy
youngest child was seized with a violeetattack of Croup,
which was entirely removed In tweatiitisates,hy rub
bing her chem and throat freely With the Extern!) Rem
edy. I think you ought to Manufactor this Liniment
for general nee, instead of confining the esei•oflii, as yon
have heretofore done, to your partientarecttnitintances.
Yours truly, C. 1 4 41415101i_GRD.
Da. R. Bisanturra,24l Bendway, fi1...-,3r4 .-- -- , . - ,•-•,
Ir IrPpe sale at 241 lixondarleyiffeyil. :York, SMR - - at his
office,No. Rd Wood stieel,Pittaburgh. , :fl/10E.L.49 cents
per bottle with directions. .: ~.. .4._ '..-:.- • eep 10 -
SEC R ICTAR S OPTIri.
Harrtsburgh, Au i •
tryi 241 h, 1842.
SALE OF THEUANALS AND RAIL 1104/13 BE,
LONGING TO THE STATE.—Notice is hereby gt- 1
•ven Niels ranintance..ht lbw 'sfeverweentll;-eigliteenth, ,
nineteenth and twentieth Pectionsistibil Act of traittititty, i
passed thelYttrdayof July; Hai nrenesals sellrle read
vcd at the State Department untlithe St:dityof Nonem
,bernext,- (Or tbe:-.sattruf... aIL and each r the Haunt:rand
,Rail -Spada beiongtan to_the_thuollon thr , for which
State ‘ Stock.st par ;Value, will be received 11l Palsies&
• - Each individual ar: - Conlynny is required, speelfacally. , to
stste‘the particular:line °Mull or ltatlr Road **Ugh
-they dealteto iambics% the Amount of. thalr , respective
bids therefor,Sbe given and surnames Of all concerned' In
the ores, togetherwlth their platens picas of teildeitee,
in order thaithi saw* Ma yrbe Laid befOre the. next Leg*
Il l eo o o ,4l e i muit - beiftied aiwiiii itieeled to .'the
Ile 7 ereti . v r -
eiton l t v retit l h 6 il i o6l l 2lei
.attic i j i * op o r-N,ISOiI
.18L 'lrorth ~
•,..: ee l! 10 ''t - fi' . '"% - iikeiNiiY 'et*
Ciucianuti, February 15, 11440
WII4•IASS DIGB,Y having letcll9ll
I tiredness oftessv 4. florre° l ,...
Liberty street sod 0 Market We."'
t!'l ln k 0, to the Waterlog friends asd ~;‘,
firm, ter theverylibiraf support' Mel '
=tended to him. In'eoineetion with O r '
Ig , ilkeitctiulao re tbem that every eVr i f ..
rit. the cent innatiOn of the am* r
ikeetrory Inlaid Cher attention 10.10L4
titan tea Peen ever offered , 1084` . '
the .. min:deer the lai'
stook of the 'Were&
mole: rd'ies he intends to confine
each business, be feels conildest li° 00 0
surPees,bisetock, either Is eherPO IL
Innintlr work ITI2 Whip.MOM
;-:fleabe taigo fledge that ever, . ,
tp tin . Pittsb .urgh. :- ' *
SA Ppa [ ,soOtow. A
4 . stiShea!/rot O 1 P
at* .' 0 0 ta
j'w•fdi and ]/stet Serats•-I m. cool
in Id Hue •at the_ 10 04 * " I _7'
4/14ethste 41.111101slied 0 gal t io 7ge iri'
0- - ofoie4 vitalib w lino *eta' . , -, 1
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fiIikAVE.LERS TAICP, Igemz oor ,Hk%
11 pEovided with the fiafely t 0,14, 1 4 ,
bilis fseTriteti with ti ftgere of the
ful yeka wet deceived by
G.uerfd, 'viten, they are not Jaecar t i
The following is a list or boat,'
ty Gnaw, at the Port of Pitisbetis, 44
first on the list have the improved
a pparat art It Is Impossible for an expi ton ,
NIAGARA, DU Qual 4o
LADY OF LYONS, CADOO, -,
VALLEY FORGE, INnIANQA
FORT PITT, GALLANT,
EXPRESS MAIL, DUKEOP'api
IDA, - VICTREK ..
WEST WIND, MPIIIGAN,
MA RQU El TE, OSPREY, 1
'SARAH ANN, NIESSEPAIEti
AMARANTI - I, oitetikliNV
MUNG PARK, 01110, , .: 1
NEPTUNE, cECILIA„ ..
ADELAIDE, _ J II BILL%
ATEAM FERRY BOAT,
The trioreling community not
before they make a choice of a lesasit''
and see whether It would not Willi.'
and security to choose a Safety Gorsi6,'
passage and freight, in preference loft* • '
against explesion—and that They intllata
that this Jpvention has the unqualifich
fifty steam engine builders—grannie'
it is to understand the subject, and sheet
inlereitedL-besides a number of cenifitte
lc gentlen en and others—nil or which
my office, No. 10. Water otrefi. where It
Pleasure at all times to eshibit my Its. •
whoivill lake the trouble so call.
• sep . lo I CA DWALLADU
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE YOI
The subscriber of for sale, at tte
red rates, i , he greater part of his real este,:
the cities of Pittsburgh anti A llrgheny.nr
Brick Warehouses. nearly new. e i!l
situate on Market street, between Second's!,
bracing a front of about 54 feet by 60 deep
tire, or separately to soil purchasern,and op.
Also, a select buildino lot in Allentiencrty,
breadth, by upward of 350 feet in dolt
fronts, one on the Pennsylvania rano' pvd
A leo. t tte lot adjoining the above ISA ire
by nearly 350' feet in dtlit h. lee'sdipt.de kris
gant mansion house which I now Wokllo l ,
Also, a lot with two two story hrict
ate on I I,e corner or !VI ticket and Front.'
a moderate ground rent. and Mors Orem .
as a grocery. . ALEX. BRA
"L'IL.BX S EED W.H.AirTED.—Vk weds
L` can't Or goods, a quarto ity of Fla' and
Almost a)) kindirof Country Produce nikni
for cash or ponds at BARRIS'S enigma
Pep 21—lf Commission Warecome, -
• JnBN fit ART. Consitissio" itcrcbant.D#
dueeiend American Manufactures, •
J no. Grier, Esq., Pittsbn rah.
James C. , ehrtin of Fi'd.
Jno. D. Davis,
lit'iray 4. Hanna, .
A very. Ogden tt CO.
J no. Woddhourne, Eve., al a Mien
VALUABLE FARA, FOR 5,411.—/
Farm on which I live, le waist on*
Braddocksfield, containing we embalm? •
acres; abenn 70 acres of w !itch atlatd,tails
well timinered. There are npon'a ant*
and a barn 63-feet by 84; an applesmaa d
Also, about seventy acres of COO. Tteilllk)
be equal to that of any upland fatmin the
Terms made known on application toile
In the vtemlses. i WILLIAM WiiLLACE:
W•ILIAM C. WALL, Nal" WIWI
. land Picture Frame /daysPAOLI
Fourth Street Pitts bnrgh. —Canoe lhat,
kc., for Artists, always on hand. Lookilol
promptly framed to order. Ilepairinvientill
est not ice.
rartteular attention paid to re:110 1 0 1 M
erg deadripilO n.
PerEiohalitling up Steam Boat! or boner 4 1 1
theiradrsotage to call
WHITE- LEMl.—The sottserileistrtol
ishLPeasidnirneradredi Th e e r
chi Pe purelest"bilml
railed equal, if not superior to any st f:;l l
All`oldaft addressed to Dunlap 4' la
4. Co , No-ito Second street , Pillow o l ll
attended It ) * " LAP.
14 /I.DIESF -
.t. I:4Y.* St.. eine doer fres Old Stillif I .11 . i
ebtakettinieriber liesneetiony Wass it,
IPeSabisnets ~ anil vicinity Oat. be 10 1
to, Men:jibing 'of hie own mannfactu re , l' i t
'where)te - wlll keen 'constantly es lieueli
Melt tersitt kindsol' Indies, mirres..llo,7i
`aid.loPeoiif the hest quality. sttinii
tips to snit thelimes He will 11 1 1, 1 '50
hinds Ol t- Yin : o won t such as 'wb".....si
4nllo6fir,edtered . hailers, and torskis‘witi
, 'CP, 1114001,pliste is. ,oti gaiters, kutall
will hei made at the iihoilest noikur... •
tree: ' ladle' will phisse callers!
4i* the epbseriber feehrelrefiliest
any talkie ip thijtne th ey WI
eel) 10 • .' t ,00$0
P. 0, Don't' !beret thelilace-- .1!
.f.gom - Harris's Intelligence P'' •
from Merkel Street..
r . ~~.~
riIILLIPS` & W. H
t iookit - OF WOOD 4. F
' -.:;.tiVE DOLLARS a y
a n i s ea pjacrWO OREM
the,oeciv!LlCV Kelm Roy
**art Riad Nan
Afi gegr o Y, at the same offi
,aheet, et TWO DOLLARS
.13faste copies; SiX CENTS.
vor . 04 . of Advertisi
I RII-OF TWELVE. LINE,
• 0,50 One month
4 ~, 0.75 Two moms,
P & -
oh 1,00 Three mon:
4 1,50 Four moat
, 3,00 Six months,
...kik 4,00 One year,
h. ,130.14Y1 -A DVERTISEM cr
Ti A opsiumi AT murexes.
o f f e4t rAM - Alfx IDout.a.as a y
Off Orrice. Third between Ma
at Riddle. Postmaster.
(lobes.Water..4th door from
lugs—Major lohn. W Mock, Coll
agaSORT, Wood between Fir.
. smelt A. Bertram, Treasurer.
T a x A surry, Third street. nrx
sbytmlan Chareb—S. ft. !Mural
's Omer, Fourth; between Mar
lesander Ray, Mayor.
NKS.ourth, near NI
.aan, between Market and Wu
Fourth streets.- -
NTS' AND MANNTACTORISR9' AND
E. (formerly Saving Fund.) F.
E. Fifth street, near Wood.
la or ELS.
net.A. Masa, Water street, n
a Horst., earner of Penn Rad $
9' floret., corner of Third an
liolgt..corner of Third and
ATV; corner of Penn treet
ate. Liberty street. near Sc
anstOn ilouss, Liberty Si 0,
anstott linustr, Penn St.
GALENA, • 4A
SELLOR AT LAW.
Ira offices on Grant st.,
rt HOUSE', next rooms to .1,
ELLIOIV, M• 1). -
Lair street, between Penn, an
e i DS.—Preston 4- Mackey
I dealers In English, French
,No. sl. Straker st
DLESS & TrcLtritE,
:ieseliore ar Law: Office in the
YALU— It. Morrow, A Menu
of P. 1,1111 M.. between Wood
WDEVIT r, w le GI,
• ler, I I nellitir lit ProditcP ;
red Artielci - , •Ne. 224 Liberty
lAN% & DITAWORTI
erg Produce. and Coin itti.ginit
Pittsburgh Ma it (tract ured :;
I 'IIARA. ROBINSON,
ice en 'lite nort h gisk ~1" he
Uliton Ki rretA. u p Tti n iv;
profes4iunal e,,rviceA 10 Itte
and Market Streets, ;Above
and Sheet Iron Ware. No
use Spouting and Steanthou
B. YOUNG & CO.,
t,orner of (land St. if
Wog to purchase Fornitur:
e to giVP: us a call. being fi
as la quality and price.
iris, wt.!, cured and for sate
A.GA.-A supp'y of Land
and other different var
ceived and for sale at REDUCE
= ed Store of P. L.
No. 184 Liberty street
1 : CLOSET ' S Boot and S
No. 83 Fourth St., next door
es - Prunella, Kid and Satin
wanner, and by the newest.
PrIORUS 611:11.TICA ULU
purchasers; to Fe diFposei
No. 194 Liberty street,
ROOTi3,Flowers and Flo ,
- .. 11 13tkin, can alwayche ha
re of F. L.
IStaola Annual Mammoth t
*Ube Drag and Seed store o
184 Liberty etreei. I
.NEw JERSEY SWEET
led:3M received by
F. L. S
No, 184, Liberty he.
TOOLSf.tonsisting of Hors.
'111404 -Trowels, Edding T
'MUM, Pruning SWATS
"304: P. L. .
• NrlLiberty street. he
enfbia.igiam—Just, receive ,
Y ;eci ino - redV . enisen H
Dutch Clever Seed, Orctla
ky.ghle Cram, always
No•MlLibert y street.,
front the Diamond, to •'At
Aurthatteet. between Mar
TaiI S iLANK9, for pout
-taw, for mks
. , Ott the *aril, East
" I ltThiliitri4t.: Apply to
''' 7 ;• , ..PAILLINiqIsON, Mark
8 - feaaatetit'a Franca Sti,gar
" 3 d:ilia tor sate at the D
14 Ubeiity 'treat,
I X OF PARTNER
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