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Mitt R0W1,41 - ;..Vif A B.BIIOOBIL
st.tioa d•arifiripaCt.tit u. 0. Bask. Wm Tr
PH!., Vadertaker,respeebliely informs the public that b
OM-removed his ready. made coffin warebohite to the
011iii4111 recently noes pild by. Mr. it. A. Belfmviollrectly
iiPitifte his old stand , where he, bt al ways preparetto at?
4eadproMptly to any orders in his line, and bystriet at.
41001Olt to all the detaitaoribe business of an Usidertsiter
Ativitives to mar st-pUblicnconlidenette ne - will be prepared
vttar,t. nooses to provide ffitirses, Biers, Carriages and
pspry - reentsite on the ma le, ms. 'Calls from the
%wintry will be promptl y attended to.
Ole residence is in the same building with his ware
house/ where those who need his services may And him
alto/ time. , agrsastscivt:
lv.Pt. IRWIN, Ezv. vent st. Lon.
Janos Ittonot, RCS. ROSCRT SRUCZ, D. D.
'JUDGgr e4II.TON, RSV. SAMAIXI. WILLIAMS, D.
W. S. M'Cl.tritt, RCV. JOSZPH asal,•
iliac BARRA, REV. "JAMES $. DAVIS,
sep HIV. X. P. SWIVT.
BOOKS, STE.AMBOAT BILLS,
PAMPHLETS, itoasr. uu.r.s, •
BLANKS, VISITING CARDS,
L !HILLS, ADDRESS -DO.,
CHECKS, BUSINESS DO.,
, HAND BILLS,
BILLS OF LADING, CIRCULARS,kc,
Tosenher with every description of, Letter Press Print
ing, furnished With neatness and despatch, and ,on mode
rate terms, at the other-of the Daily Morning Post.
sep lU -
WO THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TEND TO
PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE DISEASE.—This
class of individuals is very numerous. They are those
Who work in au unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, work
men in feather stores, stone cutters, bakers, white lead
Manufacturers. are all more; or r less subject to disease ac
'cording to the strength of their constitution. The only
method to prevent disease, is the occasional use of a
medicine which abstracts from the circulation all delete
rious humors, and expels them by the-bowels. Tonics
In any form are Injurious, OR they only :at off the evil
daY toMake it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pills
will insure health, because they take all impure mailer
ow. or the blood; and the body Is not weakened but
strenehenedby, their operation, fur these valuable Pills
'do not force, hut they assist nature, and are not opposed,
but harmonize with her.
Sold at Dr. Brandreth't Office. No. 98 Wood street,
Piti.inirgn.. Price 25 cents per hoi, with full directions.
MARK—The, only place in Pittsburgh where the
GENUINE Pills can be obtatned,is the Doctor's own r' f.
flee, N0.,98 Wood street. sep 10
NEWHOTEL.—The subscriber respectfully fig
Wars his old friends and the public that he has
openea a Temperance Hotel, in fifth -Street, near the Ex
change Bank, and in the house lately occupied by Mat
then, Patrick, anti has hoisted ant ron 3t gn,“The iron
City Hotel," w heretic will he very Iwo , to accommo
date all. who may please to, call or. him. His table
shall be provided with the best fare, and every possible
neccunniodation to town and country customers and
, A few boarders who wish to lOtige in their stores or of.
Rees, can he taken. and gentlemen who live out of town
Can have their dinners daily.
Be' has large and good stables, and the best Hay ant:l
f:lifts, 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.
• -sep - JOHN IRONS.
WASHINGTON HALL.—'rite subscriber has
- opened the last residence of James Adams, Esq:,
deceased: for the reception of visitors and boarders;
the house is very pleasantly situated on the bank 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 the
city. Visitors will be furnished with every delicacy of
the seasdn. ,"
An Omulbus rens regularly every Lou i the A Ile
gbeny etp of the Bridge.
N. Alcoholic beverages kept.
sep 11;r* WM. C. HEIM.
iihtssoLurrojv OF THE U.Nlo. 7 tri- - The eopart•
nership existing between James B. Kilbw:en-nod
David J. Morgan is this day dissolved by nuttuat consent.
The conditions will be duly noticed, with the signatures
of both parties mantled, and Barry Hall will be continued
open by the subieriber until other arrangements : are per•
For sale, on the' premises, 150 bbts. choice winter sit
plea, if applied for immediniely. JAS. B. KILBOURN.
sep 23—1 f No 9, Market, and• 74, Front Si:
Jai , Johnson, Bookbinders and Paper
• Btlfer, S. W. corner of Wood and
7=l Poßrtkr streets, are now prepared to ex•
ecute all kinds of Bookbinding and Pa.
per Ruling whit ;teat ness and despatch.
j)::-B ttir books ruled and bound to
any given pattern at the °nest notice.
N. IS. All work done ne above is warranted. (sep 10
WM. BIDDLE, Sargcen Dentist, has returned to
his 9111 stand, Na. 107, Smithfield Street,
where be . can be consulted any hour during the day,
his profession. sep 10
RE3iIOV AL.—George Armor, Merchant Tailor,
respectfully announces to his friends and pa.
Irons, that he tins reraoyed his establishment from his
old stand, in Third street, to the - corner atf Front and
Smithfieid. in the basement story of the Monongahela
house; tvhere he intends keeping on hand a general as.
sortment of Fashio aable Goods, suitable for Gen•
Flostopes, by close application, to merit a share of the
01181111116.3 so liberally extended to hint at his old stand.
N. B. Haying made arrangements in New York and
Philadelphia, with the most Fashionable Tailors, for
the tecept ion of Paris and London Fashions, customers
may rely on having their orders executed according to
the latest sty le. GEURGE ARMOR.
LARD 01L.—Tha Subscriber would most respectfully
inform the public in genera that he has an article of
a Lrd Oil of a superior quail* y, !pant] factured at the Cincim
nati Oil Manufactory,by R.W.Lee 4 , Co,,whlch ismarra n
ted to he equal to the best Sperm. Oil, both for Light and
Mach%nary. Thts Oil is entirely free from any glutinous
matter, smoke, or unpleasant odor, and It is aa cleat and
as white as sprinventer. Not a particle'of crust is - left
on the wick. The light le pure and hrftilant,
and will last as long, if riot longer, than that from an
equal quantity of Sperm. Olt. The subscriber informs
the public that he has taken a place nearly opposite the
Post Office# where he wilt light up several different lamps
Orre',7 evening, and he would respectfully Invite the in•
habitants-of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and their vicinity, to
call and jodgefor themselves. Ile feels confident they
wilt be convinced that the above statement Is perfectly
correeL Out °lmo hundred individuals who have tried
the 0111,here has not been a single fault found with It •
The LaWollensts one third less than Sperm. Ile would
respectfully solicit the early.attention of Dealers and Ma.
ehinista to - the above.
The following Churches are now lino: the Lard Oil:
Second Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh,
Netw-Ctusberland Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh ,
First . Presbyterian Church, Allegheny City,
Associate Reformed Church, do.
All the barrel's are branded R. W. LEE 4- Co.,Cincln
Pittsburgh, June 215i.1842.
' We. the ondesigned, Captains of the Espresa Liniof
Pickets, on the Pennsylvania'Canat, have tried and are.
'using an artieleofLard 011 introdneed here by Matthew
Rdey, and mannfacdsred by U. W. Lee 4 Co., at the
Cincitmattl Oil Pstiory.
"Wifeel confident tn asserting that the above Is !final
to the best Sperm Oil; that it is entirely free froth smoke
or any other glutinous matter whatever; the light „Is per
feetlY pure, clear Anil briiilant..aad will lasi as long. If not
'loiter, than that from an emtal quantity of E!perm. Oil,
,We hairenotesittatton inretommeniiing lite dui friends
'and, to these whtt use Oil ,
mot , tatJkY, Captain, Packet John Adams."
RILDEDRAND, Captain, Pseket John ffarieock,
°A. CRAIG, . .. do do ohn Madison,
TIIOIdIPSON, ?o . Pittsburgh.
..',ltritol 4 l ',VON fl4sl'etirkel fiRRIS PULL
. Thessßills are composed of herbs, winch exert
11" **Chic action upon the heart, give , linpulse t .or
- strength to the arterial system.; the 'blood goickened
.and equaltzed in Ate circulation through ell the vowel%
whether'of AbeWe,the.parts situated internally, or the
'eStriseettleig end as:ill" the seeretions of the body are
dm** flow che mood, there Ise consequent increase of
`evesy seeretiott, and a quickened action of the absorbent.
and exhalent,or discharging vaunts. Any morbid totioe
which may have liken place la connvildd; tit obsilml%
'Pena are retrieved; eitehlood hip nriketf.;,, And the body
issghteies niLthilsj -ForS ale Wholesale and Ile
, la fIE LIRAS, Agent,
1 .1 ) wood st. helot! Snood.
POsTOrsitiff Daestaml t
• Novo4ll4ll' 16,1842.
IN compliance with the seven*ntit Section Odle act
of Congress igegalizing and ;mall% appropriations
..for such necessary objects as have been,unuaily included
"in the general appropriation Lille without authority = of
"law, and to fix and provide (*certain incidental ex
••penses of the Department, and officers of the Gove , n
*meet, and for other parposei," approved Anrust 26,
184.. t Sealed Proposay 'Will be !received arthla Depart
ment until the.thirty-first 'day' to' December next, for fur
nishing for one year or. lowr. at the option oft he Depart
ment; the following descriptions of Blanks for The use of
Post Offices In the States Of Pennsylvania and Delaware:
Mails received, Beams:
Mailssent, ; 60
Account of Newspapers and Pamphlets re- "
Mails received at Distrittuting Offices.
All the above on sinew royal paper, at lest 22 by 171
inches, printed on both sides and faint rated, With nut less
than 42 lines on a page.
Mails rent from Distributing Offices, 12 Reams.
Same site paper as above, hut folded lengthwise, and
with 50 lines on a page.
AccountaCurrent,foolscepOwo on a sheet 16 Reams.
Monthly and Weekly Registers, foolscap,
four on a sheet, 9 ,
Post Rills. foolseoP , 12 on a sheet,witbout
Post Bills, foolscap,l2 on a sheet, with I
Post Bilis for Distributing Offices, son a r " earns '
sheet, with signatures
Post Bills,lfor Distributing Offices, 6 on a
sheet, with signatures,
The proposals will state the price, in one sum, per
ream, for each kind of blanks, for paper,prinilng,
and packing; They are to he delivered'n such quanti
ties, and at such times, as may be required by the JIM:r
elit Post Offices, and on the requisitions of Postmasters
endorsed by the Postmaster at the place where the con
tractor may reside. None will be considered as deliver•
ed, or will be paid for, except on twat requisitions.
Each regoisilion, or quantity ordered, to be securely
enveloped or packed for transportation, and directed to
the Post Office, at the expense of the contlacior.
The right is reserved of rejecting any bid which may
Le considered extravagant, and also to give to any one
bidder the printing for one or more states adjoining the
Stale of his residence; and each proposal mu-I be accom
panied by sufficient evidence of the ability of the proposer
to comply with the terms of his proposal.
The successful bidder will he required to enter into
contrart,with surety, in strict-compliance with the pro
vision of the law, to which bidders are referred:
Failure 'to furnish blanks promptly when ordered. fur
nishing those of inferior quality as to paper, printing.
or ruling, or any attempt to evade the true meaning of
the contract, will be considered sufficient cause for its
Payment will be made quarter-yearly, one mouthafter
the expiration of each quarter.
The blanks must he equal to the best of those now , in
use. Specimens may be seen at the various Post Offices.
The quantitiestnentloned above, are from the best es
ti mates that can be made fer one year'sconsuniption; but
they may exceed or may fall short of the, quantities re
quired. The Department does not hind itself to any
specific quantity or amount.
"Pro; cisals" should he so marked, and addressed to the
"Second 'Assistant Postmaster General," Washington,
D. C• n23—dtd3l
C OUG HS, COLDS and CONSUMPTION,—The sea
l-, non for the above complaints is now at hand, and all
persons who are subjected to the incieniency of the
weather are respectfully informed thai they can find.
Coml . 's BALI( or LIFE, which is a ell lintsvn to have
cured THOOSAIIDE, who were in the last stges of Con
sumption. Certificates can be produced of its wonderful
TAYLOR'S BALSAM or lavart-womr Is another remedy
for Liver Complaints, Caught and Colds. It comes high•
I y teener mended byall who have used it, and is pleasant
to I ake, and speedy in effecting Ell cure.
PEASE'S Hoartnounn CANDY.—This is a highly valuable
and pleasant medicine; it will effect a positive and certain
cure for Coughs,Colds, Consumption,nod is an effectual
cure for the Wrtoonan Cohorts. This isa very picas
ant medicine, all are fond of it. and children never refuse
to take at; its cure is sure and positive. The subscriber
11 " of Agency direct front J. Pease 4- son,
so there can be no mistake. An pe,..va who are effected,
are invited to call and net delay, i Inc rove to take
medicine is at the commencement,
All the above medicines ran always he procured at
WHOLESALE OR ft ETAIT at
7'UTTLE'S MEDICAL dIGENCY. 86. Fourtk street.
THORN'S TEA BERRY TOOT. ASt.
LANcAErrEvt,Oct. 2d,1 841
10 - To Dr. Tnona,—llly Dear Sir: I cheerfully and
cordially embrace the present favorab'eopportunity to re
turn to you my warmest thanks of gratitude for your tin
equalled and unexceptionable hiventton of your very
Justly celebrated Tea Berry Tooth• Wash, and I fed that
am in duty bound to say that I have derived the great
est and most beneficial effect front its frequent and mode.
ale use: and I can assure you that I am exceedingly hap
py: to have the pleasure of :Informing you, that sincerely
and cordially speaking, 'I can in justice recommend its fre
quest use to all that unfortunate portion of the (lumen
race throughout the globe who are now undergoing the
most excruciating pain for the want of a medicine prepa
ration of exutly the same riature of which yours is prepa i
red, and who have for years been suffering from the in
jurious, 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 1 feel thoroughly
convinced that it is the best now known, its inestimable
viltues in preserving the teeth, (which it kept in a good
and handsome condition, Is the greatest embelishmetit
that adorns the human structure.) are not to be excelled
in casing and relieving the sufferer from tooth ache, and
restoring the gums to a healthy and purified condition. and
giving also a sweetness and fragrancy toe disagreeable
, breath hitherto unknown:
Accept my sitters wish for your succu.s, from
Yours, truly, JOBEPEI BRINDIgR
WI RT INSTITUTE.
FIFTH COURSE OF LECTURES.
THE Committee on Lectures of the Wirt Institute,
for the Fourth Course,respectfu i ly announce to the
public 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, desirous of making the Lecture Room
of the Institute a favorite resort of the lovers of Litera.
lure and Science, as well as the fashionable, have spared
no exertions in procuring popular and talented Lecturers,
both at home and abroad.'
In the course of two weeks a list of the Lecturers will
be published, and ticket's offered.
W. W. WILSON,
JOHN S. COSGR AVE
WM. B. SCAIFE,
JOHN B. SEMPLE,
nov 9. a Coate:Wee.
S. MAIL LINE of Splendid Passenger Steam Pack•
els from Cinci n nail 10 811 .
The new,splendid, fast running, ij light draught steam
Packets West Wind and Aresparsit, will run as regular
Packets, from Cincinnati to St. Louis. Will leave Cin
cinnati and St. Louts every Wednesday morning, at 10
Passengers from the East and West may rely upon
t heir starting punctually as advertised. sep I 0
M. C. EDGY, Agent
rk ft. WILLIAM EVA NS'S- SOOTHING - SYRUP.—
AY This Infallible remedy has preserved hundreds
when thought part - recovery, from convulsiens. As soon
as the Syrup is rubbed op' the gums, the child.ill Feet v.
er. This preparation is eo Innocent, soefficaclous, and so
pleasant, that no child Will refuse to let its gum* be rub
bed with it. When infants* at the age of, four months
Um' there Is no appearance bf teeih, one bottle of the
Syrup shnuldlie used to open the pores. Parents should
never be withoutthe syrup In the nursery, where there
are young. chitdreu, for if aehild waiter; in the night with
pain In the, game, the Syrup immediately gives ease,,,hy
opening , theporen, and healing the go MS; thereby privent-
Inc Comm ADDS; Fever", 4c. For Sale Wholesale and
Retail by ; ;- R. E.SELLERS, Agent,
sep 10 .140.128. blond street, below Second
CHEAP. -Z.IC E ATP 11113110. hf STORE, Xo. 2 st. •
Clair Seals. ',.. • •
• Lacesand Ribbcont. l
. - Wide and narrow eels. i
Lace and Muslin collars.
Infante frock waists ,
Ladies, Trench Kid, "Mohair. i t
- Lisle Thread, and Cotton Glow% ,
Eliot Mohair nets for Vests--very cheap -
A large assorimene.of English Straw Bonnets. - i
Also a variety of /Writs!: Oulu and fancy Tuscan bsaid 4
MILLINERY ' ''
or,the latest.fashion, and at ezeeedingly low rates. -.'
These goods ate host Sillint oft - at prices to suit tits
Ladles Are'respectfolfilvAii to call and Purchase.
- sep 16--If . '': ' * - •
. ; ;
iiiorosati rot -BLANKs,
Blixolll2lll,A • ' 4 ,
e r ,Thharegeuiatessid
truly iitsoeeat weaieiode cull
ruts stiof.t,lunthatneditltalfetaYst AB*. ar,,9ler nu*.
1/11,181/ OF Oleassi; n iIC hadlcabt tbsse Whic4F:litt*aat .
cap there seslettly In Oki' coaitiltiot.,ar, 'form of„
sickness, I hat the-,liisuaituttf Pitas'4o" Itta
geleiiilly cure. .Although 'these pills; firediteig Lzeowx
arkistr, that effectis net to prost rate ' the todY",:aswith
other medichies, but the frame is invigorated hy,the te•
movat of the canna weaktiess,the morbid, the Vitiated
huinors front the blood. - • a.
Harmless in theurielves, they merely
To thiow out the occasion of sickness :from the body,
anil they require no alteration in the diet or clothing.
In tact. the human body is better. able to sustain with.
out Injury, the inclemency of the weather, white under
the Influence of this infection destroying,ulsease eradica
Wig Medicine than at any other time. •
l'heimportancesof Brandreth's Pills for' seamen and
travelers is, therefore ' self evident.
By the timely use of this Medicine bow much-anxiety
and sickness, might we not prevent. Cold, Billions of
fections, Typical, Scarlet snd fevers of all kinds, would
be unknown! But where sickness does exist, let no
thee be lost, let the BRANDRETH'S PILLS he at once
sent for, that the Remedy may be appled, without fur
ther toss of tirce.—To ea Itsmsatamtaa—
• - .
That Brandreth's Pills have stood a seven years' test
in the United State,.
That they area vegetable and innocent , medicine. yet
all powerful for the removalof disease, whether chronic
recent infectious or otherwise.
That they pt.rify the' blood, and stay the farther pro•
gress of 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 save life, liave
patients by the use of these pills, been restored to good
health; the devouring disease having been completely
That each of the genuine has upon it THREE COPTEunn
That each label has two signatures of Dr. Benjamin
Brandreth upon it.
That there must he upon each box three signatures,
B. BRANDRICTII, M. D.
A rid three signatures, thus:—
BENJAMIN Mt A.NDIMTII
DR. FRANKLIN SAYE
"All acute fevers ever require some evacuation to bring
them to a perfect crisis and solution, and that even by
stools, which must be promoted by art when nature
does nut do the business itself. On this account, an
ill timed scrupulousnessahout the weakness of tile body
is of bad consequences; for it is that which seems chiefly
to make evacuations necessary, which nature attempts
after me humors are Ht to he expelled , but is not able to
accomplish for tifihnost part in these diseases; and f can
affirm, that I have given a purge when the pulse has been
sotlow that it could hardly be felt, and the debility ex.
treme, yet both one and the (tiler have been restored by
it." The good effect to he derived front the Brandreth
Pills have to be experienced to be I'lllly r believed. By
their timely use neither the scarlet, the typhus fever or
small pox would ever assume their malignant form.
To appreciate to ;he full extent,the incalculable bene
fits of BR A fInffETIFS PILL'S, 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—lT Is TARING TUSK tN intr. that is the great
secret in the cure of all appearances of disease arising
from bad blood,and I presume there are few at the arcs.
mit day, will say anything of those diseases which affect
tile body when the blood is pure. Such diseases I have
yet to see.
4loping that some who read this may be benefit ted by so
doing. I nm respectfully,
the public's servant,
B. BRANDRETII, N. D.
'241 Broadway, New York;
THE COUNTERFEIT'S DEATH BLOW.
The public wiii please observe that no Brandreth Pills
`are genuine unless the box has three labels upon it,
each containing a the simllie signature of my hand
writing thus—B. Bra ndreth. These labels pra engra
. ved on steel, beautifully designed, and none at an ex
pense of several thousand dollars. Remember! the r ,lop
—the side—and the bottom.
Ent red according to act of Congress in the year 1841,
by Bet gamin Brandreth, in tPe Clerk's Office in 'the Dis
tlict Court of the So: them District of New York.
115... n. nrnodreth's own office, No. 98, Wood Street,
Pittsburgh. °ow P tr'l' in . Pilisbursli where ilwgenuine
Pills can he obtained. Each Agent who sell: tile true
EraGrandreth Pill, has an engraved certificate of Agency
renewed every twelve months, aniyms entered into bonds
of $5OO to sell none other Pills than those received from
Dr. B. or his special General Agent. -Mark. the certifi•
cate is alt engraved except the Doctor's name, which is
in his own baud writing. Observe, on each cirtilicate
there is an exact copy of the three labels on each box cii•
graved thereon. Purchaser, see that the engraving of
the labels on the certificate correspond with those on the
The following are Dr. Renjainin Brantireth's Agents
for the sale of his Vegel al-le Universal Pills, in Alleghe
ny couty, Pa., who are supplied with the new labelled
Price 25 cents with directions.
Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Street, Pittston'
Allegheny, 51r. JOHN GLASS.
McKeesport, H. ROWLA ND,
N oldest own , Joao JOHNSON.
Simons Town, Coessacor 4- GPAOLDINO
ALEXANDER ASDALE. Clinton.
GEORGE PORTER, Fairview.
R °REEE SMITH PORTER, TarPTIHIIII.
Elizabethtown; C. F. Pram.
East Liberty, DANIEL NEGLEY.
PRESSLEY IRWIN, Pleasant Bill.
Demi R. COoo—Plumb Township.
Witt. 0. HUNTER— Allen's Mill. [sep 10
'ILES cured by the Lae of Dr. Harlich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient Pil's
Dr.Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after L received the
Agency from you for the sale of your medicine, I
formed an acquaintance whir a lady of this place, who
was severely afflicted with the Piles:, Eor 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 Palls, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, 4'c. JAMES E.KIIIBY
October 3, 1840, Chambqrsbug, Pa.
CEPOlfice and General Depot, No. 19. Notlth Eighth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of
Liberty and Wood streets, Pittsburgh. • sep 10
INTERESTING CURE performed byDr.Smayne's
A. Compound Syrup of Prunus Virginians', or Wild Cher.
ry. Having made use of this invaluable Syrup in my family,
Which entirely cared my child. The symptoms were
wheezing and choking of phlegm, difficulty of breathing,
:attended with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, 4-c,
of which I had given upalf hopes of Its' recovery until I
was advised to matte trial of this invaluable medicine.
After seeing the effects it had upon mg child, and con •
eluding to make the same trial .upon . myself, Which en
tirely relieved me ofa cough that I was afflicted with for
Tway years: Any person wishing to nee me can ea at
my house in Beach Street, above the Market, Kensington.
DR. MAYNE'S SYRUP OF WILD CURRRY
We Call the atiention of the publieto 'the numerous
certificates which have been in circulation. in . our paper
and some others of this city, highly recoinMendlng Dr.
Swaynt's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry.—We have
seen the original certificates, and have no doubt but they
come frorn truly grateful hearts, expreSsiva orthe benefits
which they have received from Sat valuable 'compound.
We have acquaintances whO have frequently "used. the
above medicine. who• ran speak with confidence of its
virtues.—Saturday , Chronicle.
nut. Ow Crr tannic—With sincerity .1 would advice
you, one and all, 1 , 13 th-sick and well, always to bare a
bottle of Dr SwarsesCompoond Syrup of Wild Cherry
in your bouse—it is invaluable in cases of •emergency,
such as Spitting of Blood, Asthma, attacks or vfolent
Coughing, which is often the cause of spitting of Moon,
Violent Nervous Affections, Which occasionally, come
from fright, and various other causes, prodUctng great
alarm, sudden colds from Improper exposure. which
are often let run to an Blaming-extent, for want of
means being ready at hand;—and as,l have •ased Dr.
SWAYIII6I Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry repeatedly
in' my family, and always with marked tsuccerk-1 can
recommend it with confidence. as being one of-the best
family medicines which, has ever been offered to the
pnbilr.—Sarsteday CAresiefe. • •
Sold by Wm. Thorn, Wholesale ¢ Retail; only :igen)
for Pittsburgh. 'N0.53 Market Street. seplo
WILLIAM REED. Merchant rafkr,—Respectfully
informs his friends and the public In general
that helms commenced business at Mo. II Market street,
second door from the corner of Front, where be bores by
strict attention to business, to. merit a thereof public
pat rage. '
Ns -R. TtrelateM fashions. regularly received: the pub.
I may depood on, havingtheirwork executed according
o the•latest strie. ; sep „,
• N o..c l t o F ,,,,,ii.-, I .6:filfurs q .the •L ..
''iftirtiliiit wilf,ckit eiMiwity 4 that Ale has arrived ~ -
;Mk, .11i 1.410)6,,W1t(t eflidortifdalsoritnentafiillit ti.
'-ilitti-thelieivest:xiile... Met , connexion there wilt Mel
times enqlii her to introrluee the latest fashion and shoOld
,lhoaindies honor her with, auhare of their patronage. th e
' pledges herself to keep! every thing : of the most - stY ll4ll
description; and.msy:4l rim attention to ect!nerdi`• •
n i e
it ii with confidence Mrs. T. recommends her pre it
and London made Corsets; also her spleudidassortmeht
ofilattntidery, Which - is suited& te tinyibing Yet Int 0•
t l :,
thicedin this country: it includes Baby Linen, Cott I
seers; Orientals, Capesu In Cardinal, Demi, dap. B, r
thas for Evening Costuine, Cullars Cuffs, Pocket, Hand
kerchiefil, Meriting andi Night Caps. 4c., which will be
ready for theiripprobation on the 9th or Oc:tober Tie ..
Mrs. T. Is - waltizig, the arrival .of her BonnetS IV m
Europe; 'at NO. 2 Ferry street, between' Ltberty and
Fourth si reels.
sept. 29—dt r. , I
H. B. 11111AGR&W OLIO. P. 114MILTint.
AGRAW 4 -HAMILTON' ; Atter/revs at Law, Wive
1.1.1.-.'reinoved their Office to the resirience or U.S. Mu.
-.on Fourth ft, two doors above Stnithfiehl. sap
tC " S r tta l N et, WBlnteEital°Wlisert".—anAd-oist7it9kfi' Zn.vitt:
Two doors from the corner 'of Wood street. Con.
stonily on hand an assortment 0(100 ready made
COFFINS, of every.size and description; covered
. . onet, with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black
Walnut, Poplar,;and Tine,Coffins.
ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearse and Carriages
furni:hed; Graves procured; and all services rendered
that friends may requite.
A credit given in all Cares, either of coffins or carritt4es,
requested. HENRY BEARES, Undertaker.
sep 10 i
175 1313L5. Vl' HITE LIME, a superior arliele4or
sale by J. G. - A. GratDON,
N 0.12 Wafer street
VA J.IETY.— Just received from New York, 3000
Temperance Almanacs for 1843; 5000 copiesof the
,Journal of the A tnerican Temperance Union and Yout3i's
Temperance Advocate for September. Also, 2000 Chts
klan Almanacs, and a good assortment of Loomis's Mao
sine and Fillsbujgh, and the Franklin Magazine and Crint.
mon Almanacs for 1R43 ; by the grossolozen or single;
250 copies of Grant's,Netiv Pittsburgh and Allegheny Bu
siness Diretory and Strangers Guide, for 6ticents. Also,
Cottage, Fierily, School and Pocket Bibles and Testa.
meets, David's Psalms; Methodist and Temperance Hymn
Books; the beauties of Harmony. Introduction to Sacred
Music: Mason's Harp with round and patent notes; Christ.
Harp,and almost all kinds of Schooi Books; Gunn's Do
mestic Aledicine; Day Books anti Ledgers; Writing, Let•
ter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red ink, by the
gross, tiozen,or boy le; steel pens, quills, slates, pencils and
wafers:Cyclopedia of History. Western Pilot. and.a colt.
siderable variety of Books and Stationery, for sale on tic
commodating terms tor cash or country produce, •
ISAAC HARRIS, Agent and Commission Merchanti
sep '2 No. 9, Fifth street.
J. K. Aloosormin. Q 7. E. WARNER. J:Pstrerkt.
UNION COTTON 1 CtORY, A lieghe y Gil y, at the
end of the upper bridge. The subscribers having
commenced the manufacture of Cotton Yarns, Stoelqng,
Yarn,(loiton Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting,
4-c., and are prepared tc orders at the shortest notice.
.HaVing selected the latest end most improved ma4hi
nery,iand employed the manager who has attended to the
HOPE FACTORY for the last five years, they are manufactu
ring a superior article.
Cotton Warps made to order,
Orders through the Pittshprgh Post Office, or left at !he
store of J ,S• C. Painter 4- Co., Liberty street; or Logan
4- Kennedy, Wood street; 4111 meet with prompt atten
tion. Addresi--J. K. ItIOORLIKA D 4- CO,.
TO FEM A LES.—There is a large class of Pumalo in
this city who from their continued sitting, to which
their occupt.tions obligeDtem,are abetted with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the !eagles.
&Don, sense of heaviness extending over the whole litiad,
intolerance of light and sound .an inability of fixing l i.he
attention to any mentn4onerat ions; rumbling in the laiw•
els, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially after
meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up
stairs; iempre tickle; these are symptoms which yield', at
once to a few doses of the -Bra ndret li Pills The ocea.
sional use or this medicine would save a deal of trotible
and rears of suffering. Ode, or two, or even three of
the Brandreth Pills Just before dinner, are of en found
highly beneficial; ti any use them very advaningentisly In
aid and assist diePatinn. restore tile, bowels
to a proper condition.enliven the spirits, Impart clear
11(., , S to the completion,purify the Itlotith and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at. Dr. ti-audreth's Office. No. 98 Wood sirt.ei,
Pittsburgh—. Price 25 cent.; per box, with full directiOns.
MA ILK—The only place in Pittsburgh, where . the
GENUINE Pills can be obtained, is the Doctor's own Of
fice, Nu 98 Wood street
RGIC A L INSTRUMENTS! SU RG ICA I. I N
S PRUM ENTSI— 7'. McCarthy, Cutler and Surgiral
Instrument Maker, Third street, nearly apposite' the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
(SIGN OP 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 Itind.
also Hatters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect.
N. B. All articles Warranted of the hest quality.Mnd
jobbing done as usual. sep
LIVER COMPL4PINT.—This disease often fermi-'
ualcsin another of a more serious nature, if 4)ro_
per remedies are not restorted to in time. In all forms
of this disease, Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening;
and German Aperient , Pills, will perform a perfect pure,
—first by cleansing the stomaeh and bowels, thus r4mo.
vine all diseases front 't he Liver, by the use of the Ger
man A perient P,lls, atter which the Compound . St rengt h•
cuing Pills are taken tu give strength and lone to those .
tender organs which rehuire such treatment only to effect
a permament cure. 4'hese Pills are neatly put up In
small packages, with eull directions. For sale at No,. 19:
North ElghtStreet, Phjladelphia. Also, for sale by Eantl
uel Frew corner of W od aud•Liberly ets.. Pittsburgh Pa.
A LLEN. KRAMER! E xchange Broker, No. 46, eer-1
ter of Wood and Third Streets, Pittsburgh
Gold t tililver, and Solyent Rank notes, bought and sot&
Sight checks on the• Eastern cities, for sale. Dials;
notes and bills, collected.
Pittabur gh,Pa, W. Bell 4. Co., John D. Davis, P
Lorenz. 3. Painter Br Co., Joseph Woodwell,JatnesMa
PAiladefp his, Alexa Mier Bronson Rr Co., John H. Blown
4- co. Cincinnati, 1:3., James M'Candless. St. Louis,
No., J. R. lit'Donald. Louisville, W. U. Pope, Rsq,,
Preal Bank Ky. • sep l lo
REMOVAL.— he undersigned begs !cave to id loran
the public, I hatilie has removed from his old stand;
to cortier of Penn! and St. Clair sts., oppoiltettie Liz;
Hotel, where e has fitted up a large Ple no i orere
Wißli Room, and no offers for sale the most spihndid
assortment of Pusan ever offered in this market. i
His pianos consist of different pattems, of surterior
nose Wood and Mattany, beautifully finished and mo-i
defied, and conitruetethroughout of the very bestm4 L
terials.which,for der ily, and quality of tone, as wen
as touch, he warrants to be superior to any ever seed
here. 1 i
, As he has enlarged de mnnufactory, and madermingei.
meats to supply the Increasing demand foe this *Un
meet, 'be respectful' requests those intending to; puri.
chase- to call 'index mine his assortment beforeptirc
sing elsewhere, ash is determined to sell Lowsit, fob
cash; than any other tablishment east or west r th 6
mountains. F. istusi , i
net of Penn and St. Clair Ili rekkts, 1
he Exchange Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pt
ID GENTTINE.—Dr. Winia43
•olle Pills. 1 i
sep 10 Opposite
prier,from the Bon. Ab`b'm M'Clel
st Tennessee; Ildemberotro4rett,
WASHINGTON, July 3d, 1038„
een ln this city I have used some tr
:I ne with infinite benefit and teat*
to be amast valuable remedy., On e
tr. A. Carden, of Campbell edunlY,
le to send 'him some, which
__. , .
lan t Sultivaft Connt9,F
Sir—Since I have
your Dyspeptic reed
faction, and believe
cif my zonstitaents,
It very successfully in file ynicti,
able. Mr. Jobntion,Ywir agri
*wild probably, like an a ent n
would reeor td Dr. A Cr -
and tre•bass nipiny
and says It is invait
surmise*. . 4, 'Mild rts.Jmmenk. .4. .4tr en, as
a proper person , too late for the sate of your cele rated
medicine. Stitiu)d y u commission him he is mil Ins o
act for you. -Yen c n send the medicine by water : to the
care of Robertßing 4. Sons, Knoxillie county. Tgrtncfs;
see, or by land to reborn it. Houston, Tazewell, Eabt
Tennessee. ' I hav no doubt but if you had agelnts in
several counties in. t Ten nessee,a.great deal oe, me4i
eine would be sold.) I am going to take some of it borne
for my own use, and that of my friends, and ithoold
like to hear from yo whether you would like nal age at
at Montville, Sulli enemy. 'East Tennessrie; I can .get
some of the mercba is to act for yoil as I live near theig.
Ycurs res fully, '' ; i
ABRAHAM APCLELLAN, of Tena+ee.l
For sale Whol e and Retail, by
eer &SELLERS, Agent,l
No. °to, Wood strbeowl Beapod.
, . ,
Amu tkbN e10:8113, Jatif4Pi
- - 112 ‘ • johit"'Dis, BMA 0,4111.414 Pi g,
ff.,4'1410:1 , r4 ,1 ,1) •
• • Pittsburgh, June 18,1839.
Mr. Jona DEKNING:—DearSir--Haviug been present,
yes) erday, at the experiment Which you were pleasedio
inakr;, in the presence of a number of , uur business men,
of Ihe safety of your IRON CRESTS, incase-of fire, it
gives me pleasure tosay, that so far as I • WAS capable of
judging, the test was fair, and the result exceeded my
The Chest was a small one, about 30 inches high, by
about 18 or2o inches in breadth and depth, and was pla
ced on a block of wood about a Mot in thickness, su as
ia stem e it about that height from the ground; several
books end newspapers were deposited Inside of it, In the
manner in which bletchants and others would nsually
idace them—a large quantity of light pine wood [slabs
from an adjoining Saw Mill,] was then placed around
and above it, and the fire kindled on the windward side,
sons to drive the flame against the back part of theehest.
The fire was kept up about three quarters of an hour,
until you had gone among the spectators and received
from them their universal answer that the test was
Sufficient. The chest was then draWn out of the fire,
and cooled, and opened, and examined. The contents
were all safe, and the only injury done was to the back
of one book which appeared to be a little enarred. From
what I witnessed, I think that these chests nre deseiv
ing of confidence, as affording, perhaps.the hest security
to Merchants fur their books and papers, which they can
have without building large, thick, and expensive vaults.
I would consider them a better secJrily than many vaults
which I have seen built. Yourrill UEL
We concur Mille above statemmii, having been res.
sent when the chest - was tester!.
W. JR, Cooper, J. K. Skoenbcrger, Robt
J. lafigh/iar J. Painter, 4. Cordell,
Niger, Jr. C. L. Armstrong, .8. H. Hoge,
Thomas Craig, 8. 0: D. Halyard, j. W. Hoyt.
Extract of a Letter from Pug? AlOord, dated Cif:
cinnats,29th Mar: h,1842. •
J. Denning, Pittsburgh, Pa. Respected Friend: We
have The satisfaction to slate as the hest recommendation
we can give of the utility of your Iron Safes, t hat we
hava one of them which was in an ettposbd situation in
our counting room, at the time of the fire, on the morn
ing of the 10th inst. which consumed our Pot k Home to
gether with a large portion of the meal, lard, 4.c, which
It contained; —and that our booksand papers which were
In the Safe, were entirety uninjured, and were taken
from it after the fire; without ever being discolored.
Yours, PUGH 4- AL VORD.
I'Vraet of a Letter fray: Slater Br Nolbrook, dated St.
Lauii, Feb. 24th, 1841.
Ma. DENNING, Dear Sir: One of your second site chests
Was burned a few days ago, in a lent her store—•it pre
served its contents. Respectfully yours,
sep 10 SLATER 4. HOLBROOK.
T4IV ER COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. Dar-
Hell's compound Strengthenins, and Aperient Pills.
Mr. Wrn. Richards, of Pittsburgh, Pa„ entirely cured of
the above distressing disease Elis symptoms were pain
and weight in the left side, loss °lappet Re, vomiting, acid
'eructations, a distension of the stomach, sick head-ache,
furred longue, countenance changed 19 a citron color, diffi
culty of breathing. disturbed rest, attended i; It a cough,
great debility, with other svinptoins indicating Meat de
rangement of tiw functions of the liver. Mr. Rithards
had the advice of several physicians, tint received no
relief, until nsing Dr. Ilarlich's Medicine, which termioa.
red in effecting a pe-feet cure.
Principal Office, 19 North P,ight It Street, Philadelphia.
.For sale in Pittsburgh by 'Samuel Frew, corner of Lther
ty and Wood streets. sep 10
Cincinnati, February 15, 1340
Dr. FWAYNE—Dear - ir:- Pei mit me to take the lib, rly
of writing to you at this hole to express my a porthai ion,
and to recommend to the attention of heads of families
and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound
Syrup of Prunus Vireininna, or Wild Cherry Bark. In
my travels of late I have Seen in a great many instances
the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving chil
dren of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughing,
Wheezing, Choaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, 4.c.
itc. I should not have written this letter, however, at
present, although I have felt it my duty to add my iesti
mony to it for sometime, had it not been for a late In.
stance where the medicine above alluded to was instru•
mental In restoring to perfect health an "only child,"
whose case was almost hopeless, In a family of my ac.
quaintance. 7 j thank Heaven," said rte dealing moth.
er,. , rny child is saved from the Jaws of death! 0 hoW
feared the relentless ravager But my childis safe! '
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's CoMpound Syrup of
Wild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in this or any
other country. I ant certain I ave witnessed more titan
one hundred cases where it has been attended with com.
Mete success. I am using it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of Bronchitis, in which it proved effectual in a ex
ceedingly short time, considering the severity of the case.
I can recomend It in the fullest confidence oflts superior
virtues; I would advise that no family should be without
it; it is very pleasant and always beneficial—worth
double and often ten limes its price. The public are as.
sured there is no quackery about it. B. JACKSON, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
Sold by WM. THORN, who'esale 4- retail, only agent
for Pittsburgh. No. 53, Market street. sep 10
ABOON TO THE HUMAN RACE!—'.Discover
what will destroy Li*. and YOU are a great man.
"Discover what will prolong Life, and the world will
call you Impostor."
"There are faculties, bodily and intellectual,- *thin us,
with which certain herbs have affinity, and over whioh
they have power."
Dr. B. Brandrel It's External remedy, or Liniment,
which, by its extraordinary powtrs, abstracts Pain or.
Soreness; thus 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, Screfulous en
largemilints, Tender Feet, and every description of '
hiury affecting the Exterior of the Human Frame, are
cured or greatly relieved by his never-to be arofficienay
CERTIPICATE.—The following letter front Major Gen
eral.Sandford, as to the qualities of the External Reme
Dear Sir—Will you oblige me with another bottle of
your excellent Littimetta It is certainly the best of life
kind I have ever seen. it hae cured entirely my son's
knee, about which I was so tineasy,ant 1 have found It
productiveof Immediate relief In several cases of exter
nal injury to my family.. . A - few evenings since, my
youngest -child Was seized with a viole4l - attack of Croup,
which was entirely removed In twenty ssimties, by rub
bing her chest and throat freely with the External 'Rem
edy. think you ought to manufacture this Liniment
for general use, instetal of confining the use of it, as you
have heretofore - done, to your particular acquaintances.
Yours truly, C. W. SANDFORD.
Da. B. Bakannicrn.24l Broadway, N. Y.
For sale at 141 Broadway, New York, and at his
oflice,No.B3 Wood street,Pittatntrgh. PCICB-50 cents
per bottle with directions. sap 10
• ' Harrishurgh, August 24th. '1842.
SALE OF THE CANALS AND RAIL ROADS BE
LONGING TO THE STATE.—Notice Is hereby gi
ven that in Pursuance of the seventeenth, eighteenth,
nineteenth and twentieth Sections of the Act of Assembly
passed the 4.71 b day of July, 1844 ProPowlie will he reel
ved at the State Departmentuntiltheimitday of Novem
ber next, for the sale of all and each Of tbe Canals and
Rail Roada belonging to the Cominonwealth for which
Stnte i Stock.at par value, will be received In payment.
Each individual or Company is reilitiretf, specifically, to
state. the particular line of Canal or Rail Road which
they desireto purchase, the amount of their respective
bids therefor, the given and surnamesof all concerned in
the offer, together with their place or places of residence,
in order -that the same may be lald.before the next Legis
atit re .
The proposals must be sealed up , and directed to the
Secretary of Commonweinti with an vadontemeat cm the
, 44 Proporalo for the parearuto . of Jae PV, b lie
frorits.” By order °rite Guyeroor.
. • A. V.PAIMNS ‘ -
sep 10 . • 11 . 6 ...-retary :of the Cotitmoniveaki:
1 -111 17/4.lgxplosi... GU
TRAVELERS TAR Ig XlYnc t ,„„,_
• provided with the Sat N i a:mi a
bills printed with a Owe of fhtgo a L 44 Uted•
fiii yoo are not deceived by 11 ,,,Ztedi r
gentostating their boats to lie p road a
Guerd;wlten they are rot s i.t a N fe ttcy:Dij:NNAAo : is,:t:4,.,,
Thep:glowing is a list of boUts
ty Guard at the Port of Entsballt—a " 4 .
first on the list halm the improwa
apparains it is hapossibit far an et**, *..
NIAGARA, DC laDr4
LADY OF LYONS, C
I t1 ..t•• •
BREAKWATER, QUEENefor ;
EXPRESS MAIL, DUKEOF I. •
W EST - W I ND, MrHIGAN, Ir :
TALL EYRAND, PENEL3pg ,
PANAMA, ROWINA , ''
MUNGO PARK, OHIO,
I ADELAIDE, J. H 131L14
NORTH BEND, GALENA,
STEAM FERRY BOAT,
Tim traveling community areawa y ,
before they make a choice of a ttnatitata %
and see whether it would not he Met •
and security to choose a safety Gtrian,ak
passage and freight, in preference low oats)
against explosibn—and that they wit tan
that th;tl invention has the unqualified await
fifty steam engine builders—gentlemen TIM
it-is lu understand the subject, and simian*
interested—besides a number of rerlificiattas
lc gentlemen and others—all of which Mites
my office, No 10. Water street, where it vat
pleasure at all times to exhibit my unmet
who will lake the trouble to call.
seri 10 CA WALLOPEt
vALUA FILE REAL ESTATE FOR
The subscriber Offers for sale, al them
ced rates, tile greater part of his real wile,
the cities of Pittsburgh and A lirsheity.vm
Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a isubsuddll
situate- on Market st rut, let were Second and
hracing a front of about 54 Feel by GII deep. Fa
tire, or separately to suit purcliaser,;ildtPol
Also, a select building Int in A iie2ll(ny
breadth, tis umaril of 350 frrt in depth, ha .
frtruts, one on the Pennsytranip c 3o,l " dlh "
Also, the lot adjoining I tie n , 41 . -2 Q feel In
by nearly 350 feet •in depth, i rirmt\'‘ ,o \ .- \lnt
gant mansion house which I now ottlAl tot
Also, a lot with two two story brick - •
ate on the corner of:PA:like and Prone.
a moderate ground rent, and now orrupialitu
as a groeery, ALEX. 1.1r,,10651,
,Nsw Yottic, Feb. 9,1842.
LaIX SEFTD W.NArTED. —I%nmrEm
cast' or goods, a quanlil y of Flax avdT ,
Almost all hio4ls Or Con at ry Prodarr ;ako
for cast' or goods at HAIIRIS'S ImeMzess •
ppp Commission Warelmny,tti
JOHN HART, Commission ,Mll erchain,Dois'
duce and American Alanvfacturu. So*
it EVER TO—
no. Grier, Esq., NlA]] rzh:
James Cochran of R'd.
Jno. D. Davis,
M`Vay & Hanna,
Avery. Ogden k Co.
Wooibourne, Esq., MndiFon
IJALU A BLE FARM FOR SALE—I rit
Farm on which I live. in Maims larlisho
Braddocksfield, contninirs ^e Itopdred Ind .4iT
acres; about 70 acres of v: hlc ened , and
Well timbered. There are upon \het
and a barn 63 feet by 34; an apple melte ti
Also, abuut seventy acres of coal. nese is •
a mo ro the Ete.o
be equal to that of any upland fare in the
Terms made known on pplica
in the premises. INILLIANI
WILLIAM -C. WALL, Plain are Forj
and Picture Frame .Iforkierre,iilli
Fourth Street Pittsburgh. —Cancan B as6a
Fre., for. Artiste, always on hand. Loakirt
promptly framed to order. RepairingdotieJ
Particular attention paid lore; 014 0 ' 1
cry Person description.
al - tiling up Sic= BOW or houses wPyri
thoiradvantage to (DV.
W/11TE LEA It,—The Basalt erssto
to furnish painters, and Aerials , •
chase pure White Lead made of the bell 0166b 2
ranted equal, if not superior to any olrent . 7
All-orders addressed to Dunlap 4 . Buggy,„`""
it Co:, No.llo Second street, Pap:tat:h."
attended to. Diiitifflj
ADIES FASHIONABLE 06 01P
T 1 AAA St., one dour from Old Email "'
e Subscriber respeci luny Inlonla lb e
Pittsburgh and viCinily that he So too
loillniShoes of his own nianufaciure,o"2,
where.he will keep constantly on lasi r•
ment of all kinds of ladies, ttlives,arA ..itH •
and shoes, of the best qualiiy. *bleb
cesto suit the times Fie win aso d o
klods or fancy work—suelt as walls 1 •
slippers, colored gaiters, and baskiss,l9llo,
chltdren'a Osiers. silk gaiters,
will be ntade at the shortest notices'.
ner. Ladles will please call andela rn :
as the subscriber feels confident tlaitl
any article in his line they mar 0 101
P. S. Don't forret the pinee—L S '
door from Harris's intelligeon 0P"
froM Market Street. •
187,-------- .tte 014
• ILLLAM DIGBY having lat e "' atPr
business of Thetsr t Rorstaul""'„listg
Liberty street and 42 Market s lreth :d i 04i°
tfthraitzkfsortaththeevneruymleiberoruaslforinepnetiallthed e l 110104 .
tended to hira,ln connection wilt' t g o 4 o l l
wishes to assure them that every eor",01111"
merit - the conthination of the satae. °`l o
PeofulLY invite their attention to 0 S'oo
Clothing, which he intends selling at 001,400
than has been ever offered, helot doiraujosol
' the whole of the stock of the tate firatet soli
eh* and is he intends to confine hindeifts,m,
cask business, he feels confident no ei li st ritt
surPairs Ida stock, either in clOilel3so
ness of wOrkmanship. 01/1,01
Please tot ke nonce t hat awry snide
tared in Pittsburgh. 0%1
QA et II EL, MORROW, Alasaftwojpsor,
w.O 4. Skeet Tres wars, Ne.l7 /51:4011.11
Wood and .Market Streeis.—ls PrePs isid
In his line at the shortest notice. Co .
and others are solicited to call aod t eat
of wares, which willbe sold uhotestie ' • ,
al terms. ''J
House spouting sad at
rOni tutelif°' '
c olon et' WOOD 4.
tpLEdk RS a yea
M i r tn ewW i pilli TWO C
0 1610, an 4 by !tea! :days.
er6 derend :Magni
wtliglit. at the same (Rm.
sheet. at TWO DOLLARS a
si„iweihotii six cticTs.
rferillill et AdVeititt
, A $F TW ELVE LINES
' 0. (inc month;
- fon ik. 0:75 Two rriOnie,
Ilona. LOD Three month
.11 . .50 Four months,
_ 3,00 Six months.
L . 4,00 One year.
VEAMLV ADVERTISEM EN
ClllAlgpsAsme AT TINASORt.
/ eflere• Two S.
sisoai Six months, '
, 25,00 One yeart
r mbrerthiemente in prorortion.
-. of (our: ohm s t x DOLLARS'a yea
81. IC OFF' eE
ode 01Mcil. Third between Mark
•• , Biddle, Port master.
}wag, Water,dth door from W
dines—Major John W Mock, Collec
atk aaaT, Wood- between First
ate; Martram, T-reasurer.
Tktillfiltir, Till:4d Street, next
sliytertan ebtrieh:—S. R. Johnsto
OIPTCt, teltrtits between Mark.
lesaintet gay,, Mayor.
tees temkatrada, 'Fourth, near Na
,sos,bet weed Market and Woo ,
irre M .1,107 , ACT VIER ...IA 'F .
, (formerly F.a win: Fund,) Fou
Market et i eels.
a, Fifth streetH:OTEneaLS.
nabs liooss, Water street, nen
tiorat., corner of Penn and
a' Morel., corner of Third And
IloTer..eorster of Third and S
etas. earner of Penn street an
are, Liberty street, near Fere.
attstott !louse, Liberty St. op
rds.astos Horse. Penn fit. o
OLLOR. AT LAW.
`earl -offices . on Grant rt.,
v P tottac, neat roOliut to 101
floor. • '
IL ELLIOTT, IL D.= O .
lair street, between Penn ad
OODS.-4Premon ¢ Mackay,
I fleaterß in English - . French,
, No. ;11„ !!titrket Pt , Pittshorzli
DLESS & 111 9 CLITRE, •
,ihollors at Law: Office in the 1
Court house. Pittsburgh.
VA.L.- R. Morrow, Alderman
of Fifth et., between Wood a
*Dv:yr. r r,
And Dealer in Profhir,
ted Articles. No. 224 LiGerty
It's i.r.vou4 I en*
FAMS & DILIVOitTII.
ern Produce ant Com ini.,‘sioit
Pittsburgh hlnnufactured art
9 .11A1t A. ROBINSON, A'.
en On the tort h Ai.te of the Di.,
Minn streets. up st airs
lift — DOß AIN, iltoraey at
orofel.ionattervices: to 1111_ pal'
• and Market Atretts, above 11)
Fr• Sir, ItEtN, mantic:mut,
• nd Sheet Iron Ware, No 80. r
use Spouting and Steamboat %
MOON . FILA.
B. YOUNG & CO., F
, I,orncr of Hand rt. ik F.%
fling to purchase Furniture.
e to give us a call, being ful,
tot to quality antipriee.
• HAMS.—Just received 1
mi, well cured and for sale c
ettop'y of Landr..
go, And other different vatic
iced acid for tate atitatteceel
Stole F. L:
No. 184 'Liberty street,
CLOSENA Coot and Say ,
Mo. 83fourttritt., nest door t ,
Kid and Satin S
manner,and by : the newest Fr
mogus M ULTICA U
purchasers; to Fe dispreted
F. L. S
No; 184 Vilterty street. b
ROOTS,FIoWers and PRIM.
- can always be had
ra of F. L. S
- 184 IJiherty street. I
111inote Mutant Momnicrtit On
41 the )3rttg nod seed store of
- 184 Liberty street, ire
BILDIEW JERSEY SWEET I
ei teed; Frit received by
F. L. S
No. 184, Liberty hra,
TOcnA3, tonsiming of Hoes.
rag Trowels, Eliding To
•%Roues, UMW,. Shears.
1.1 04111 P. L. SI
'44-Liberty street, head
TerY ehelee . eu red Venison Ha
( Or eitt!reat man ey.
ninth Clove'r Seed, Orchar
tacky Mops Grass, always on
p. L. S
Na 184 Liberty street, I
ad , fninit the lAlmond, to "Al
to. oft atreof;ibetweea Mar
11, for proc
haw, for sale
A l i t *
- Neal; East c
' - Apply 10
B 13. 11111 each Sugar
ree41,1 4 keit s;la at the. D
•• • r. s
4 *4lll4liiiberty street,
LITTiox - ox '* • R
- L ~,.., ' ere existing i,
, w q l l l .1, hifN HOPEW D'
A r ia nettling U
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