Daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1842-1843, December 26, 1842, Image 4

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recently occupied by Mr. It . G. fity(nldalirectl
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dippositelsie old stand, where he is al waysl'ireOred to at.
.....iefilMfireasiSly to any . erders in Ills I iiie.'-aki,:hy strict at
, -- ,,4lMdlen Let tU the detalLs of tee beilinnis tilrit! tinderellAcr '
'-'„ VhiaPitiarneritntiblieconfulmiem is will he prepared
;'t'•' atratfiodas to {tractile Ilearees, Biers, Carriages and
04iiittittlie sitt the most liberal te, ins. Calla from the
will be promptly aiteudg to.
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to a a the same bitilding with his ware
~:' ' - "I re :those Who - need IDS services m..y find him
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'7,1 046 i Ale. nerestaries3:
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-- 10!.‘c satins.
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Ttiwttilerwith'every description of Letter Press Print
higatitilthlhed with neatness and despatch, nod on mode
at the °Shea the Daily Morning Post.
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- 11BOWII1`' viditrtle is very numerous. They are those
folta.antlealthy atmosphere. Printers, wor k•
feat Yee, stone cutlers, bakers, white lead
Vitintleactui4pOrelal mart or 16E:3 subject to disease ac•
'',Otlidijig to 14 - 4Willitit of their constitution. The only
tattthod.to.-OrACtlisease, is the occasional use of a
ntediellie,wltichOiltratto from the circulation all delete.
4 . 4041 h.,mors and expels them by the bowels. Tonics
in.any form are injurious, as they only : -.4c of the evil
day to malts it more fatal. The use of Afrandretit's Pills
Will Wore health, because they take all impire matter
oniorkiikblood; and the body is not weakened but
stren_gthenett by their operation, for these valuable Pills
do not force.but they asst t nature, and are not opposed,
bat harmonize with her.
Sold at Dr. Brandretit'S Office, No. 93 Wood st reel,
Pitigburgh. Price 25 cents per ho , w ith full II i I eri ion 4.
MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh win re the
GENUINE Pills can be obtained,is the Doctor's own if.
floe, N 0.93 Wood street. sep 10
NEW HOTEL.—The subscriber respectinity in•
forms his old friends and thepublic that he has
opetwee TemperanCe Hotel, in fifth Street, near the Pa
cheese Bank; and in the house lately, occupied hy Mat
thew Patrick, and has hoisted ant con 1: gnoetlie, Iron
Gitir-Botel," where he will he very hag:- y to aterrtnitio
date all who mny please to call OR him. table
shell be provided with the hest fare, and every possible
aecOmmodation to town and country customers and
&few boarders who wish to lodge. In their stores or of.
flies, can he taken, and gent 'eine!, who live out of town
can have their dinners daily.
He :has large and good stables, and the best Hay and
Oats, and a good Hostler, and will. accommodate travel
ers and gentlemen who have horses.
Boarders taken by the day, week or year. Charges
mare moderate than at any respectable Hotel in the city.
sep 10 JOHN IRONS.
WASHINGTON HALL.—The subscriber -has
opened the late residence of dasdes Adnr,is, Fsn.,
. 4er-eased. for the reception of visitors and boardert;
the house is very pleasaroly snowed no the hank of She
• Ohio, -2 miles from the city— possessinz :ill the d.dislit
+Cul accompaniments of a country residence, without
teing too far distan for persons doing business in tire
city. Visitors wilt he furnished with every delicacy of
the season.
An Omnibus runs regularly every hou t the A Ile
giteny end of 'lse Bridge.
N. B.—No Alcoholic Leverages kepi.
Sep 10 W5l. r. HER N.
nershi 4i:ding bet wpm]. James E. K.Mouro and
David J. 11,0 s this d iy, dissolved by tom oar oonsent.
The eandit Wolk4 l oi duty noticed, with the sivintures
of both paraesitn7nexed, and Berry nail wilt lie continued
open by the suliseriher until ocher arrangements ale per.
For 5A1e.,,,00 tho presrike3, 130 l!blA. chniti winter ap.
ftltOti reapplied fur r mated frt: e ly. JAS. E. K I, BO RS,
to 29—tf , No 9, Market, and 74. Front st.
„ 7 --_, f f .= , _- : Johneon. Bookbinders and Paper
, -, i : :::: --- _ Rulers, S. W. corner ril Wood and
..,_-_-:: Fourth streele,are now prepared to ex
..., iii- , - , _ - ,, 5:: Wile all kind. of Bookbinding and Pa.
•._iirii- per Enting with neatness and despatch.
" - ",.....r.......--- --- nitillii ”
It bunks tinted and bound to
any given pattern at Ott mired notice.
N. B. All work done ne above is warranted. (sep 10
WM. BIDDLE, Surgcon Dvitist, has re.turned to
tti 3 old stand, No. 107, Smithfield Street.
where he can be consulted any hour during the day,
on his rofession. sett 10
REAlOVAL.—Genrue A rotor. Merchant Tailor,
respectfully announces to his friends and pa•
erons, that he has re Gi 11 ved hi= est a'disli went from his
old stand, in Third street, to the corner of Front and
Sfnithfleld, in the basement story ~f the NI ()nowt:theta
House; where he intends keeping an hand a general as.
sortment or Fashionable Goods, suitable for Gen.
tiemen's wear.
He hopes, by close application, to merit a share oft lie
mildness so liberally extended to hint at his old stand_
'N• B. Having made arrangements in New York and
Philadelphia, with the most Fashionable Tailors, for
tie reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers
may rely on having their orders executed according to
the tateet Style. GEORGE ARMOR.
-sept 10
ARD OlL.— . Plia Subscriber would mot respectfully
inform the public in genera that he has an article of
aLrd Oil of a superior quality, manufactured at the Chicin•
nail Oil Manufactory,by Co.,vebi-Ivis warran
ted to be equal to the best Sperm. Oft. both for Light and
Machinery. This Oil ' , mai I.re.y fete from any shilinOllS
matter, smoke, or unpleasant odor, and it is as clear and
as white as spring water. Not a particle of crust is left
on the wick. The tight Is pure and Malian',
and will lust as long. If tint longer, than that from an
equal quantity of Sperms. Oil. The subscriber informs
the public that he has taken a place nearly opposite the
Post Office, where he will light up several different lamps
every evening. and he would respectfully invite the in •
- habilartiteof Pittsburgh. Allegheny,and their vicinity, to
caMmild Judge for themselves. • lie feels confident they
witt be Convinced that the above statement is perfectly
correct. Ont of two hundred individuals who have tried
the Oit.there hau not been a single fault found with it•
lftiettird 011eosts one third less than Sperm. lie would
• e6tftecatnity solicit the early attention of Dealers and Ma.
oitinktks to the above.
following Churches are now nem; the Lard Oil:
• Second Presbyterian Church, Pub:burgh.
New Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh,
tirst Presbyterian Church, Allegheny City,
"r. Associate Reformed Church,
Male hanels arebranded E. W. LEE 4. Co., Cincle
Aiadi; Ohio,
Pittsburgh, June 215t,1842.
We, thenodeslgned, Captains of the Express Line of
lkickela, on the Pennsylvania Canal, have tried and are
aging an article of Lard Oil introduced here by Matthew
C. PAlai , and manufactured by It. W. Lee 4- Co., at the
andanatti Oil Factory.
We feel confident in asserting that the a , sove Is equal
CO the hest Sperm Oil; that it is entirely free from smoke
oranyother glutinous matter whatever; the light is Per
fectly pure. clear and brilliant, and will last as long, If not
Inver than that from ao equal quantity of Sperm. Oil,
trVe haveno hestitation "In recommending it to our friends
and ha - those who use Oil.
nvatity TRUSY, Captain, Packet John Adams.
' HILDSORAND, Captain, Packet John Hancock,
14.CHAIG, do do John Madison,
~4001:VoomPSION, dt. t'o Pittsburgh.
10 ,
' . -:, These Pills are r.omposed of herbs, winch exert
' a anecifie: action upon the heart, give impulse .or
-- ritraritib to the, arterial system; the blood is quickened
•- and equalized In its eirculalion throueb all the vessels,
tellagther of titiskin. the parts situated Iniernally,or the
lintemities; and as all the secretions of the body . are
'llihno**frets the blood, there Is a consequent iacrease of
.**lety secretion, ind a quickened action of tbeattsorbent•
aturiexhaleni,nr 61st:barging vessels. Any moridd:actlop
which may tire taken place is rorrected. all nbstrut,
lli niale IT Alf TEA, the blond is pit rik rii . id the body
fittortmet, a t vt; te. F ., r a:ste.- Fo r t ale Whnl ale all4l . lie
_ R TISELT4E ,S.:Aeent,
;' ,...:3 ,v4 1!** 1 ' -- ' " sia ) Vil,,il; biligill•
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REV• 31.16 ES bi• DAVIS,
r. BWlrr.
M. C. EDFX, Agent
• ffi n'AUVltitt
:Notrotn ei6,1642:
14Beoropliattee with the seventeen it section-eft - be net
- of Cengress “tegallxing,and tunking.upproprktlions
..for such inmes.Mry_ohjects astaave been usuatly included
- "lit the inserat uptenttetation hills without authority or
~ taw, and to..fikathf*isvide -for certain incidental
penses of the Deptattetent , and officers of the Bove' th;
...went, and Ake qtW PerPoseib" approved ,Anr ost 26,
13.42;,,,Sersbret3isielmia/a.witt. bet received at this. DePart•
mem untillheAllixtrtirst day*Atepeinber nest, for fur
nishing for one yeaxOr longer tiethe option of the Depart
mem; the follosSing descriptions of planks for, the use Of
Post Offices - in the .Stattia-of Pennsylvania and Delaware:
Mails received, 4 ; • , 75.
Mails sent, - 60
Account of Newspapers and l'aniphiets
re '
ecived, 25
Mail., received at Distributing Offices. 12 ''
MI the above on small royal paper, at lest 22 by. 17*
inches, printed on both sides and ( - Militated, with not less
than 42 lines on a page.
Mails .ent.froui MAI Muting Offices, 12 'Reams.
Sante size paper as above, but folded lengthwise, and
wit It 50 duce on o4patte.
liccountsPurrent.foolscap, two MLA-sheet 16 Reams.
Monthly and Weekly Registers,: foolscap,
four on a sheet, 9
Post Bills, foolscap, 12 on a sheet,wlthout 1
Post Bills, foolscap, 12 on a sheet, with
signatures, 750 Reams,
Post Bi is for Distributing Offices,i9 on a
sheet; with signatures
Post Bills,ifor-Pistributing Offices; 6:orrn
sheet, with signatures,
The proposals will state the price, in one sum, per
ream, for each kind of blanks, for paper, printing, Wing,
and packing ; They are to• be delivered in such quanti
ties, and at sueh times:as inaf pe required by the diffcr.
ent Post Offices, and on the requisitions of Postmasters
endorsed by the Postmaster at the place where the con
tractor may reside.. None•wllitie eensidered as deliver.
ed. or will be paid tor, except on sock requisitions.
B .ch requiAtion, or quantity ordered, to be securely
env doped dr packed for transportation, and directed to
the Post Office, at the prose of the contractor.
The right is reserved of reject ng; any bid which may
I.e considered extravagant, and also'lo give to any .one
bidder tug printing for one or more slates adjoining the
State of his residence; and each proposal must be accom
panied by sufficient evidence of the ability of the proposer
to comply with the terms of his, proposal.
The successful bidder wilt he required to enter into
contract, with surety, In strict compliance with the pro
vision of the taw, to-which bidders are referred.
Failure to furnish blanks promptly when ordered. fer
n kiting those of inferior quality as to paper, printing.
or ruling, or any attempt to evade the true 'penning of
the contract, will be .considered sufficient cause for its
' forfeiture.
Payment will be made quarter-yearly, one month after
the expiration of each quarter.
. The blanks must be equll to the best of those now in
use. Specimens may be seen at the various Post Offices.
The quantities mentioned above. are from the hest es
ti rates that can be made fer one year's consumption; 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 Lls" should be so marked, and addressed to the
“SeromfAssistant Postmaster General," Washington,
D. C, n23—dtd3l
ClO UG and CONSUMPTION — The sea'
son for the above complaints ip now at hand, and all
persons who are subjected to the inclemency of the
weather are respectfully informed that they can find.
COVERT'S BALM OF LIFE which is well known to have
cured Timesmins, who were In the last stages of eon•
sumption. Certificates can be produced of its wonderful
for Liver Complaints, Caug hs and Colds. It cotnes big b•
recite mended by all who have used it. and is pleasant
to take, and speedy in effecting a core.
PEASE'S FIOARIIOUNE CANDY. —This is a highly valuable
and pleasant medicine; it will 'effect a positive and certain
cure for Cough, Colds, Consumption,and Is an effectual
cure for the WIIOOPING Cocoas. This is a very pleas
ant medicine, all are fond of it, and children never refuse
to take s'; its cure is sure and positive. The subscriber
has a certificate of Agency direct front 3. Pease 4- soil,
so there can he no mistake. All persons who are effected,
are invited to call and not delay, for the titre to take
medicine is at the commencement ,
All the above medicines can always be procured at
7'UTTLE'S .4f F:DICAL AGENCY. 86. Fourth street.
LIACABTER,Oct. 2d,1842
{* --- To Dr: Tut:am—My Dear Sir: I cheerfully and
cordia•ly emit' ace the present ram We opportunity to re
turn to you my warmest thanks of gratitude for your un
equalled and unexceptionable invention of your very
justly celebrated Tea Bert y Tooth-Wash, and I feel that
I am in duty bound to soy that I have derived the great•
C.St and most beneficial effect front its frequent and mode.
ale use: and t can assure von that I ant exceedingly hap
py to have the pleasure of informing you, that sincerely
and cordially speaking-, I ion injustice recommend its fre
quest use In all that unfortunate portion cf the human
race throughout the globe who are now undergoing the
most excruciating pain for the want of'st medicine prepa
_ration of exactly the sante nature of which yours is prepa
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.
Vl'ash but for a short period, and yet I feel thoroughly
convinced that it Is the hest now known, its inestimable
virtues in preserving the teeth, (which il kept In a good
and handsome condition, is the greatest emltelishment
that adorns the human structure.) are not to be excelled
in easing and relieving the sufferqi from tooth ache, and
removing the gums to a healthy. and purified condition, and
giving also a sweetness and fragrancy Lo a disagreeable
breath hitherto unknown:
Accept my sit erre wish for your soccesg, from
Yours. truly, JOSEPH BRIMMER.
THE Committee on Lectures of the Wirt Institute,
for the Fourth Course,respectfut ly announce to the
putillc that they have made arrangements to commence
the Lectures on Thursday esenk, December 1. The
Lectures of this course will be rekelusively Literary and
The Committee, desirous of making the Lecture Room
of the Instigate a favorite resort of the lovers of Litera
tore 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 liat of the Lecturers will
be published, and tickets offered.
SAM , . C. HUEY,
nov 9. tf Committee.
US. MAIL LINE of Splendid Passenger Steam Pack
. eta froumClncinnatitoSt. Louis.
The new, splendid, fast running, d; light draught steam
Packets West Mud and Nonpareil, will run as regular
Packets, from Cincinnati to St. Louis. Will leave Cin
einnati and St. Louis every Wednesday morning, at 10
Passengers from the East and West may rely upon
their start lug pimalially as advertised. sep 10
This infallihie remedy has preserved hundreds
when thought past recovery, from convulsions. As soon
as the Syrup Is rubbed on the gums, the child will rem's , -
er. This preparation Is so innocent, so efficacious, and so
pleasant, that nochild will refuse to let its gums be rub
bed with it. When Infants are at. the age of four months
tho' there is no appearance of teeth, one bottle of the
Syrup should be used to open the pores. Parents should
rever be without the syrup In the nursery where theett
are young chlldren,for if a child wakes in the night with
pain In the gums, the Syrup immediately gives ease, by
opening thepores, and healing the gums; I hereby prevent.
lug Comm sions, Fevers, 4c.. For Sale Wholesale and
Retail by R. E. SELLERS, and
10 N0.20. Wood Street. helow second
Mir free.
Laces and Ribbons,
W id e and narrow sets,
Lace and Muslin collar..
Infants' frock waists.
Ladies, French KW, Mohair.
' .Liale Thread. and Cotton gloves,
Slack Mohair nets for Ve115...--very cheap.
Alarge assort meat of English Straw Bonnets.
Atso a variety ofiltraw. plain and fancy Tuaean braid.
of the latest pillion, and exceedingly tOW rates.
Thme goOdi are now selling off at priessioriqt. the,
loPliinod , Parahase ,
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khirithktlth4tfaitifetilr*tt_raeaiO l 4 6.lt, .pfrt 7. :
Tet44PriPir7,,,,i4:4o4lo l l l 4** 4 o llAb ir_ f t itiiie-01/.0.' •
irippe,piipripeartl4la.theisbotileatifthOte;Whose.POWErs of
life archtotalteady,,itufet ;ITltere.;butWart - means
Can avaii,:,there staueety.ll.atty :-.&trittnaintior.- forth of
sickness.l4llU tlte.eliteaniticat ru d de put
generelly care. ' Although; there - , pills produce stirsows
areare,that effect is -not. 40 prostrate the ,bod_y; ail with
• other melt ieines , Jiiat - the franie is invigorated - try thate
moral of the cause of Weakness, the Lattlithit,,Mt pitiritetk '
humors froth thebloud. • ;
Barn/le-Si In themeelves, they merely
AssurrNwrois . •
To 'bro . * out the occasion of 'Alckiirs - froth',
and lite, require no alteration in the_tlietOr . plahhig.
14r the-human body isbetter abla to sustain with.
on • incleMency of the weather, while under'
;-• • - • j,lfis infection destroyingiabonsei Chalice
aii any''other time:
ir:of Brandreth's Pills-for seamen end
t :.; • • re, self evident.
'atilt.? Medicine how Muth ensign* itr ,
aitig..ffiejt • L lit we nut Prevent. Cold, Billions. al',
feetioni,4 plies, Scarlet end fevers of all Mode, -Would
be unknowitt But where mimes -46 - es exist, let no
tinie.be lost, let the BRANDREI,II'S PILLS be at crate
sent for, that the Remedy may be•Upp- led, vrilhotit fui
trier lose of tiwe.—To as azuthanirtten— •
That Brandreth's - Pille havestood a seven 'Years' test
in the United States. - . • -.•
That they are a vegetable and innocent medicine, yet
all powerful for the removal of diseasei.whether chronic
recent; infectious or otherwise. .z •
That they purify the blood, and stay the further pro
gress of dim : wain , the human body.
. That, in ma ityeases, where' the dreadful savages of
ulceration bad-htithira , lignment and bone, r iand where,
to all appearanceAth‘htslitio , means exul t pva life, have
potientsliy thet'use"rif:Xt:thaeAduri been - Set:gored Ao• good
~ • •
health; the tdevoitring: - .dirstaiss - having been-, completely.
That each of the genuine has upon It. mast ocleve rein
[Alums 1 • • •
That eite,ltiabelhaatwo: signatures of Dr.' Benjamin
Brandretihtlpon It- •
That there _.-tuttstlits'apen -each hex flee “signatures,
thug:. ;
A ad three, signatures, thus:—
BENJAMN 1311,ANDItialk/..'
"All acute fevers ever require smile evacuation to-Wog
them to a perfect crisis and solution, alll. -- that even by
stools, which must be promoted by areikhen - nature
does nut do the business itself. On this account, an_
ill timed scrupulousness about the weakness of the body
Is of bad consequences; for it Is that which, seems chiefly
to make evacuations necessary, which nature attempts
after the humors are tit tp be expelled , but is not able - to
accomplish for the most part i these diseases; and I can:
affirm, that I.bave given apur e when the pulse has been
so low that it could hardly be' felt, and the debility, ex.
ireme, yet both one and the tiler haVe been restored by
it." The good effectto be derived film the Brandreth
Pitts have to be experienced to be fully believed. By
their timely use neither the scarlet, the typhus fever or
small pox would ever assume their malignant form.
To appreciate to the full extent ,the incalculable bens•
fits of Et RA N DRET H'S PILLS, they must be used When
the First Symptoms of Disease present themselves. One
dose then, and their good effects will be felt throughout
the attack—lT Is TAKING Titan IN TIMM that Is the great
, secret in the cure of all appearances of disease arisirtg,
from had blood,and t presume there arelew at the Ores.
ent day, will say anything of those diseases which affect
the body when the blood is pure. Such diseases I have
yet to see.
Hoping that some who read this may be benefilted by so
doing. I am respectfully,
the publicis servant.
241 Broadway, New York:
The - public will please observo that no Brandreth Pills
are genuine unless the box has three labels upon it,
each containing a fee sheltie signature of my band
writing thus—B. Brandiellt. These labels art engra.
ved on steel, beautifully deitlgned, and done at an ex
pense of several thousand dollars. Remember! the top
—the side—and the bottom.
Ent red according to act of Congress in the year 11341,
by Bet lamin Brandreth, in lie Clerk's Office in the Ohs
ttiet Court of the Sot them District of New York,
Dr. B. Brandretles own office, No. 98, Wood Street,
Pittsburgh. Only plrre in Pittsburgh wbctethe genuine
Pills can be obtained. Each Agent who sell. the true
Erandreth riil,thas an engraved certificate „erricAPAGY
renewed every twelvetriont Its, and has eria464 ihlo to? egg
of 'ssoo to sell none other Pills than those received (vain
9, B. or his special General Agent. Mark, the certifi•
cate is all engraved except the Doctor's name, which Is
in his own baud writing. Observe, on each certificate
there is an exact copy of the three labels on each box n
graved thereon. Purchaser. see that the engraving of
the labels on the certificate correspond with t hose on Ihe
- •
The following are Dr. Renjatnin Prandreth's ‘gctits
for the sale of his Vegetalle Universal Pills, In A Ileghe
ny couty, Pa., who are supplied with the new labelled
Price 25 cents with &keel ions.
Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Street, Pittsbur
Allegheny, Mr. JOHN GLASS.
McKeesport', H. ROWLAND.
Noblestown, JOHN JOHNSON.
A tacx.knoeti Asoar..c. Clinton.
Elizabethtown, C. F. Disnt..
East Liberty, DANIEL NEOLEY.
PRESSLEY fRWIN, Pleasant Hill.
DAVID R. Conn—Plumb Township.
Wu. 0. HUNTER— Allen's Mill. [sep 10
PILE'S cured by the use of Dr. Harlich's Compound
Strengthening and German Aperient Pills
Dr. Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the
Agency from you for the sale of your medicine. I
formed an acquaintance wiih a lady of this place, vaho
was severely afflicted with the Piles. For eight or ten
years this lady was subject to frequent painful attacks,
and her physician considered her case so complicated,
that he very seldom prescribed medicine for her. Through
my persuasion, she commenced using your Pills, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, 4-c. JAMES R.KIRBY
October 3, 1840. Chambelsbng, Pa.
ll — POffice and General Depot, No. 19. North Eighth
Street, Philadelphia. And by Samnel Frew, corner o
Liberty and Wood streets ; Pittsburgh. sep 10
INTERESTING CURE performed b yDr.Sroarne's
.1- Compound Syruppf Prunus Virgil/lona, or Wild Cher•
ry. Baying 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, spaiiiins, convulsions, ti - c,
of which I had given titian hopes of its recovery until I
was advised to make trial of this invaluable medicine.
After seeing the effects it had upon my child, ayd con
cluding to make the same trial upon myself, which en
tirely relieved me of a cough that I was afflicted with for
many years. Any person wishing to see me can ea at
my house in Beach Street, above the Market, Kensington.
J. Wit.cox.
z111.4' -a 7
We call the attention of the public to the numerous
certificates which have been in circulation in our paper
and some others of this city, highly recommending Dr.
SWAY7IIeB Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry.—We have
seen the original certificates, and have no doubt but they
come from truly grateful hearts, expressive of the benefits
which they have received from tl.at valuable compound.
We have acquaintances who have frequently used the
above medicine. who can speak with confidence of its
virtues.—Saturday Chronicle.
FiLLOW CIIIZENS:—WitIi sincerity I would advise
you, one and all, both sick and well, always to have a
bottled Dr SwAysz'sCompound Syrup of Wild Cherry
in your house—it is invaluable in cases,of emergency,
such as Spitting of Blood, Asthma, attacks'of violent
Coughing, which is often the cause of spitting of blood,
Violent Nervous Affections, which occasionnlly come
from fright, and various other causes, producing great
alarm, sudden colds from improper exposure. which
are often let run to an alarming extent, for want of
means being ready at hand;--and as - 1 have used Dr.
Switynx's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry repeatedly
in my family, and always stittlinarked succeini-4 can
recommend it with roatiOence, ail being tme of the best
family medicines which 118/1 ever been Offered to the
publlr.—Saterday CArerfc4e.
Sold by Wm. Thorn, Wholesale ¢ Retail, only agent
for Pittsburgh. N 0.53 lkatket.gtteet. sep l 0
TI LTA AM RBED . erc i i
NXleat Taihm.—Rotpectfaily
VT informs his frte di; and ,the piddle in tenerat
that he has commenced mid at NO.'ll Market street,
second door frota the cor rof Vront;wherekelmires by
•r ltriet attention to bit to merit ifiduktitot - pithlke.
Ni B. -Tiepicest faishOneimpOii9y , Teeetviid:thePett:
ie May depend on •hakkiptthlr work esrctitntt acctirdfaa
0 the faMMin,IS. -.-, v 1.. eeTIA 0'
y p ..~,~ h am `. 7
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4 i *gay Mss Tos.
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-;lotlgt*Witiiiiw:Sittiptlo: infer* the - LWOW.
orrir*d:::4l,7l4iititrthikt,4* Oar ttrrlved dl
*o:ofitioaitisdati,jrtui a hematifni assortment of Mill
rlr Oftlia•neweitityle: Her - tonnealon there will it alt.
times.enable her,to:introilitee the latest : fashion and shoiliti.
the Ladies her' With a share oftbeir patroaage, she
_herself to keep' every thing of the most stylish
description, and'ony strict attenticitt toeCunomy.
lt is with confidence' Mrs. T. recommends' her French
aitlitimidhit Slade Cortsett; aiicl'her splendid assortment
dOsubroldery, which is superior to anything yerintro•
dneerfth this cittintry: it' ineludes Baby. Linentteonei
seuitit Orientals, Capes a la Cardinal, Demi, ditto. Ber.
thus frir Evening 'Costume, Collars' Culfs,,Focket itand
itercitieca,,floin;ng Mid flight (taps, 4e., tiblch will be
ready-fur theircipprobrilion on the 9th of October peal,
Mrs, 2`...is waiting the - arrival other Bonnets from
Euro4- at No. 2 'Ferry street, between Liberty and
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li• S. J*41.14W• • • sixo. r. 11.01ILTON.
RAW A " W 4' fl AMI LTOiI, Attorneys at lam, have
' " elnoved their cake to the reeidenre of H.S. Ma.
eta n Fou ill st, tam denrsahove Smithfield. sep 10
9Ft I tiW --- AREHOUSE.--Arth '79. Fourth
rsa;:Street, Bettoeen Wood and Smithfield ate.,
o doors front the corner of Woad street. COU
tantlyon hand an assortment of 100 ready made
COFFINS, of every Mac and description; covered
ones, with 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 requite.
A credit given In all casert, eft her of coffils*tarriagest
requested. HENRY BEA R ES; Undertaker.
sep 10 ,
175 B BLS. WHITE LIME, a laraerlor artir.le,for
sale by J. G. A.GfIRLION,
No. 12 WaterAreet.
VA lIETY. Just received front New York, 3 I •
Temperance A Ima naci far 1893;5000 copies of the
Journal of the American Temperance Union and Youth's
Temperance Advocate fur September. Also, 2000 Chris
tian Almanacs, and agood assortment of Loomis's Maga
zine and Pittsburgh, and the Franklin Magazine and Coin.
mon Almanacs for 1893; by the gross, dozen or singie;
250 copies of Grant's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny Bu
sigos Dirctory and Strangers Guide, for 61 icents. Also,
Cottage. Family, School and Pocket Bibles and Testa.
ments. 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 Siihnoi Books; Gunn's Do
mestic Medicine; Day Books and Ledoers; Writing, Let
ter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red ink, by the
gross, dozen,ur bottle; steel pens, quills, slates, pencitsand
wafers; Cyclopedia of History, Western Pilot, and a con.
siderable variety of Books and_Stationery, for sale on ac
commodating terms for cash or count ry produce,
ISA AC HARRIS, Agent and Commission Merchant,
sep No. 9, Fifth street.
J. K. Illooarm&n. G. E. WARNER. J; PAINTER.
UNION COTTON FACTORY, Alleglie y City, at 'the
end.of the upper bridge. The subscribers having
commencedthe manufacture of Cotton Yarns, Stocking
Yarn,Colton Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting,
_4.c-,lll444OPl:epared tc 611 orders at the shortest notice.
Havirm sehieted the latest snd most improved machi
nery,and emPloyied the manager who has attended to the
-Hoke - PA.Orritt! for the last five years, they arc manufactu
ring a piperior - orticie.
Cotton Warps made to order,
Orders through the Pittsburgh Poz,t Office, or left at the
store of J C. Painter J• Co., Liberty street; or Logan
4- Kennedy, Wood street; will meet with prompt atten
tion. Address—J. K. MOORHEAD 4. CO.
sep 12—ly
f FEN' A LES.—There is a large mass of 'Females in
this City who from their continued sitting, to which
their occupLtlons oblige ? hem,are affected with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the [mart on the least ex
et tion, sense of heaviness extending over the whole head,
intolerance of light and sound .an inability of fixing the
attention to any mental operations; rumbling in the bow
els, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially after
meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly tip
stairs; tempre tickle; these are symptoms which yield at
once to a few doses of the Brandreth Pills The occa.
sional use of this medicine would save a deal of trouble
and years of suffering,. One, or wo, or even three of
the Brandreth Pills just before dinner, are of enfound
highly beneficial; many use them very advantageously in
this way; they aid and assist digest ion, 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. It-andreth's Office. No. 98 Wood strum,
Pittsburgh—Price 25 teat; per box, with full directions.
M A RE—The only place in Pittsburgh, where the
GENUINE Pills can he obtained, is the Doctor's own Of
fire, Na 98 Wood street. see 10
STRUM ENTSI— T. Rlcairt hy, Cutler and Surgical
Instrument Maker, Third street, nearly opposite the
Post Office, Pittsburgh
-- Phtsicians. Dentists and Druggists can have their in•
struments inadeby 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
fully solicited.
N. B. Allarticles warranted of the best quality. and
jobbing done as usual. sep 10_
LINER COMPLAINT.—This disease often terml.
nalesin another of a more serious nature, if pro.
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 cure
—first. by cleansing the stomaeh and bowels, thus remo
ving all diseases from the Liver, by the use of the Ger
man Aperient Pills, after which the Compound Strength.
ening Pills are taken to give strength and tone to those
tender orgaris which require such treatment only to effect
a permament cure. These Pills are neatly put up in
small packages, with full directions. For sale at M. 19
North Eight Street, Philadelphia. Also, for sale by Sam
uel Frew corner of Wood and Liberty sts., Pittsburgh Pa.
sep 10
ALLEN KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. 46, Cor
nor of Wood and Third Streets, Pittsburgh Pa.—
Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank notes, bought and sold.
Sight cheeks on the Eastern cities, for sale. Drafts,
notes and bills, collected.
Pittsburgh,Pa, Wm. Bell 4. Co., John D. Davis, F
Lorenz, J . Painter 4- CO., Joseph Wood well, James May
Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson A. Co., John H. Brown
4. Co. Cincinnati, 0., James Breandless. St. Louis,
Afo., J. R. krDonald. Louisville, W. H. Pope, Esq.
Pres't Bank Ky. sep 10
REMOVAL.—The undersigned begs leave to intOrtn
the public, that he has removed from his old stand,
to the corner of Penn and St. Clair sts., opposite the Ea
change Hotel, where he has (Medlin a large Piano Ports
Warts Room, and now offers for sale the most splendid
assortment of PIANOS ever offered in tills market.
His planes consist of different patterns, of superior
Rose Wood and blahosany, beautifully finished and mo
deled. and coast, uetetrthroughont of the very best ma
terials.which, for durability, and quality of tone, as well
as touch, he warrants to be superior to any ever seen
As he has enlarged his manufactory, and made arrange.
ments to supply the Increasing demand for this Instru
ment, he respectfully requests those Intending to pur.
chase to call and xamine his assortment before purcha.
sing elsewhere, as he Is determined to sell LOWER, for
cash, than any other establishment east or west of the
mountains. F. BLUME,
Corner of Penn and St. Clair streets,
sep 10. Opposite the Exchange Hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Evans's Camomile Pills,
eatmrtasres.—Letter,frokthe Don. Weld.
lan,Sullivan County ,East Tennilesee, Membero(Congress.
Sir—Since I have been in this city I have used some of
your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and salts
faction, and believe it to ben most valuable remedy. One
of my :onstituents, Dr. A. Carden. of Campbell county,
Tenneesee. wrote to me to send him some. which I did,
and he has mployed it very' sticcessfigly In his practice,
and says ft is invaluable. Mr. Jot your agent at
this place," thinks you would probably like an agent in
Tennessee. If so, I would recommend Dr. A Carden, as,
a proper person to officiate for the sale of your celebrated,
medicine. Should you commission him be is willing for
act for you.. You can send the medicine by water to the(
care of Robert Ring 4- Sons. Knoxville county, Tonnes.;
see, or by land to Graham 4. Houston, Tazewell, East
Tennessee. i have no doubt but if you had agents in
several counties In East Tennessee, a great deal of ineo
tine would be sold. lam going to take some of it home
for my own use; and that of my friends, and , shout
Wm to hear from , you,Whether you would like an agent
at Bhmtville,Sultlean County, Bast Tennestwe; I can get
some of sae merchants to act for you as I near ttiere.
Ynura respectfully.
Forests Wholesaktind Retell, by ;
it,H. SELL ERB; Agent, -
Hai 2% Wood- street below Second.
* , ;
WASHINGTON, July 3d. 1838
-1,1,00 tr 4r**#
Pittsburgh, June 18,1839.
Mr. JOHN DENNU4O:—Deni Sir --Having been preent,
yesterday. at the experiment which you were pleased to
make, in the presettee of a number of our business men,
of tile safety of 2, our IRON CHESTS, in ease Of fire, It
gives me pleasure to say, that so far as I was capable of
Judging, the test was fair, and tile result exceeded •my
The Chest was a small one, about 3.0 inches high', by
about 13 or 20 inches in breadth airlift; and was jila
ceti on a block of wood about a foot latiess, so as
to elevate it about that height from the iround; several
boas and newspapers ‘vere deposited inside of It, inklie
manner in which Meichants and others would usually
pike them—a large quantity of light pine wOod [stabs
frohtHn adjoining Saw was then placed around
and above it, and the tire kindled on the windward side,
soon to drive the flame against the back:part of the chest.
Thfilire was kept up about three quarters of an haw,
until you had gone among the spectators mid received
froM them their universal, answer that the test Was
sufficient. Tile chest wasthen dra,wn 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 hook which a ppeared to be a little charred. Prom
what I witnessed, I think that these chests are desery
ing of confidence, as affording, perhaps,the best security
to Merchants 1, , r their books and papers, which they tan
have without Minding large, thick, and expensive vaults.
I would consider them a better security than many vaults
which I have seen built . Your
Sfriend, •
We concur in the above statement, buying been fires
sent when the chest was testes'.
W. M. Cooper, J. fl. Shoeuberger,
J. Laughlin, J. Painter,
IL Miller, Jr. C L..armstrong ,
Thomas Craig, S. G. D. lloward,
Extract of a Letter from Pugh 4' ..ilivurd, dated emit
einizati,29th Mari h,1342-
J. Denning, Pittsburgh, Pa. Respected Friend: We
have the satisfaction to state as the test recommendation
we can give of the utility of your Iron Safes, t hat we
have one of them which was in an exposed situation in
our counting room, at the time of the fire, on the njorn•
ingt of the loth inst. which con-tuned our Poi k Hausjc to.
gether with, a large portion of the meal, lard, 4-c, which
it contained; -,and that our liooksand papers which were
in the safe, were entirely uninjitied, and were taken
from it after the fire; without ever being discolored.
Yours, 4-c. PUGH 4- AL VORR
Eztract of a Letter from Slater k Holbrook, dated St.
Louth, Feb. 24th, 1841.
MR. DENYING, Dear Sir: One of you r .econd size chests
was burned a few days ago, in a lea . her store--it pre
served its contents. Respect Indy yours,
IVER COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr. par
-4 itch's compound Strengthening and Aperient Pills.
Mr. Wm. Richards, of Pittsburgh, Pa., entirely cured of
the above distressing disease. His symptoms were pain
and weight in the left side, less of appetite, vomiting, acid
eructations, a distension of the stomach. sick head-ache,
furred tongue, countenance changed toa citron color,ditfi•
rally of breathing. disturbed rest, attended with a cough,
great debility, with other symptoms intlicatitg great de•
rangcntent of the functions of the liver. 51r. Richards
had the advice of several physicians, toff received no
relief, until tisin; Dr. Harlicti's ildedicine, which terinina.
ted in effecting a pe-fect cute.
Principal Otlice, 19 Non II Eighth Street, Philadelphia.
For sate in Pittsburgh by Samuel new, corner of Liter
ty arid Wood streels. erp 10
Cincinnati, February 15, 1840.
Dr. Ftv Ay:Ku—Dear -ir:- Penult we to take the Min rty
of writing to you at 141 s I itne Iu 1-Iplrt•S: my apprr.hat ;rot, i,
and to recommend to the attention of heads of Ltmilies
and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound',
Syrup of Prunus Virgittiatta, or Wild Cherry 13ark. In .
aty travels of late I have seen in a gi eat sialn y instances j
the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving 'dill'
siren of very obstieale complaints, such as 'Coughing,
Wheezing, Chen king of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, Ctrc.
c. I should not have written this letter, liowevet ,at
present, althotighl - trave fe't It my duty to add toy testi•
loony to it for some time, had it not been fur a late In
stance where the merlteine above alluded to was inst
mental in restoring, to perfect health an -only child,"
whose case was almost hopeless, in a family of toy ac.
quaintance. -1 thank Heaven," said the doatin
er, ,, my child is saved from the jaws of death! 0 how I
feared the relentless ravager But my child is safe! is
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
ild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in this or any
other country. lam certain 1 t aye witnessed store titan
one hundred cases where it has been attended with coin•
plete success. I am using it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of Bronchitis, in which it ptoved effectual in a ex
ceedingly short time, considering the severity of the case.
I ran recomend it in the fullest confidence of its superior
virtues; I would advise that no family should be without
it; it Is very pleasant and alWays heneficial—worth
double and often ten times its price. The public are as.
sured there is no quackery about it. R. JACKSON, R. D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian t..7htirch,
N. Y.
Sold by WM. TIIORN. wholesale 4. retail, only anent
for Pittsburgh. No. 53, Market street. •sep
what will destroy Life. and you are a great man. I
"Discover what will prolong Life, and the world will
call you Impostor."
There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, within us,
with which certain herbs have affinity, and over whioh
they have power."
Dr. B. Brandreth's External Remedy, or Liniment,
which, by its extraordinary powers, abstracts Pain or
Soreness; thus Sprains, Stiff Sinews, White SWellings,
Rheuthatic Pains ; or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints,
Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neck Sore Throat,
Croup, Contractions of the muscles, Scrofulous en.
largements, Tender Peet, and every description, of in.
jury a ff ecting the Exterior of the Human Frame, are
cured or greatly relieved by his never-to be stliciently
extolled remedy.
CeivrtriciLTE.—The following letter from Major Gen
era% Sandford, as to the (want lee of the External Retne
dy, speaks volumes:
Dear Sir—Will you oblige me with another bottle of
your sccellent Liniment? It is certainly the hest of the
kind I have ever seen. It has cured entirely my son's
knee, about which I was so uneasy,and 1 have found it
productive of immediate relief in several cases of exter
nal injury in my family. A few evenings since, my
youngest child was seized with a violent attack OfCroun.
which was entirely removed in twenty minutes, by rub.
bins her chestand throat freely with the External Rem.
edy. I think you ought to manufacture this Liniment
for general use, instead of confining the use flit, as you
have heretofore done, to your particular acquaintances.
Yours truly, C. W. SANDFORD.
DR. B. DRANDRETH, 241 Broadway, N. Y.
ID—For sale at 241 Broadway, New York, and at his
office ,No. 04 Wood street,Pittshurgh. PRICE-50 cents
per bottlewith directions. y . 'sep 10
. ,
Nattr%burgbi A uzupt 2:4th, NW:
LONGING TO TNE EITATIL—NoIice is - hereby gi
ven that in pursuance of the seventemd.b, eighteenth,
nineteenth and` twentieth Section* of the-Act - Of Allembly
passed the Tith day at .10ty, 1/142. - proposals wit, he recut
ved at...the Stale Depart me nt until the-hattday N ovent•
ter next, for the sale of all and each of the Canals and
Rail Roads'belongittg to the Commonwealth, for which
State,Siock, at par value, will be received In payment.
Each individual or COmpany is required, specifically, to
states the particular line of Canal or Rail Robd which
they desireto purchases the amount of their fespective
bids therefor, tile given, and surnames of all concerned in
the offer, - together with their place or placer Of residence,
in order that the Seine tria,Y be laid bethre the next:Lees.
The-ProPoses must beueuled up ITO directed to the
Secretary-ofComaxameatth with an eadorseniertton the
same:: oPrepaotte for
,the prtecharte of tag Poetic
Werks.'" - ordee of the attitratie
• • v.ev a r u rs,
• !iletretary of the weoip
-- - -
, .
sep 1 0
.~Xr: ~iFa~ x.....~:.,~.
-k i at — MISA:PAUN
ITU Espbeies 04 0 6 6121401
AVELERS TAKE ICo7 irt .4 ,
Tprovided with the Safety Giui tar ' it
bills printed with a figure of the am,
fal you are not deceived by piy a i daddi
gents stating their boats to be in u 47/ft
Guard, when they are rot se&cried 4,t ;
"Thefollowirtg is a Het of hosts $l l
Prn iti ft
ty Guard at the Por. of Pittsbarghti,
first on the list have the proved a ~,1 11'
apparatus impossible for an
FORMCIsA , " '
AMARANTH, oßPtiAls: 130)
The traveling community nnisynaty,
before they make a choice of a liadatinat
and see whether It would not 'betty*
and security to choose a Safely 'Gni asa,l4
passage ant: freight, in preference mast% •
against explosion—and that they y 6111611 •
that this invention has the unqualified 'whit
fifty steam engine builders—v . lowpm Ito
it is to understand the subject, and uhuittatall
interested—besides a number of rertifitatshoe
to gentlemen and of hers—all of which mks,
my office, No 10. Water street, where listed
pleasure at all times to cslimit my Imolai&
who wilt lake tite trouble to Ail.
Robe Bell,
.9. Cordell,
.9. H. Hoge,
J. lf. Hoyt.
The subscriber offers for sate, at tbep.
red rates, the greater part of his real estate, •
the cities of rittsburuh and A 'leeway, rir:The
Brick Warehouses, nearly new, a rsulotaioklip
situate on Market streel.teiween F(1)1 , 310!
bract its a front of about 54 feel by 611dera. Fts•
lire, or separately to suit put chasers, tiadtipor
its. ,
Also, n select bill!din. lot in A Ile2benfrity,6
breadth, b 3 upward of 350 f.rt in tiet•llk.lti .
fronts, one on the Petins3trinnin (11112 i aldthr
Wavltington street.
Also the lot adjolnirnr the afore. MO fret in •
I.Y Drat"' 3 , 350 feet in depth, intAti:WlLV%l'n"
gant 111U1.3i011 house witted-1 now 0 "W
Also, a lot with Iwo iwo story nricit
ate on the corner Thiarket and Front at,'
a moderat.• ground tent, and now orrapitivi
as a grocery. ALEX. II ACI
, sea 10
NEW Yoex, Feb. 9,1842.
LAX SEED W.WYTED.--‘1 811111110
orgoads,p onnot It y of Flax a, d is
A Itnosl all kindsOf Coo Qry 1 . 11;1111CP ;Am.
for ra-t, or goods at 14 AR h Intrififtere
p f Com nt6sion u.r,1114
ift)(lN DART. COM77IIS ti ,Mer, hpyt,Defiti
dare and .9meriCan .111a,rufactures,
inn. Grier. Eq., Plits! nig).
Aaron Hurt,
James C , ichran of It'd.
J no. D. Davis,
I Avery, Osilen j is. co.
Jut). Woodbourne, Eq.. Madison
Farm on which 1 live, in Wain taraship,
Braddocksfield, containing on, todredzoll 'erre
acres; about 70 acres of w hien r,tland, vid the nnrr,
well timbered. There are coos 1k \lmtt‘ t t 414 '
as d a barn 63 feet by 34; a n appienattni nltlonrt
Also, about seventy acres of coal. Tilt soil is
b• equal to that of- any u pland farm in Or •
Terms made known on application !ogle reit •
in the premises. WILLIAM WALLACE. (4
WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain ovil Ta! •
and Picture Frame .11innifactarrf, ,''
Fourth Street Pats bur:A.—Canvass 8,8110
itc., for Artists, always on haod. LootinG lol ' '
promptly framed to order. Repairingdoatil _
es t notice.
. ~,,..
Particular attention paid to regildigaildPw4
ery description.
Persons fitting up Steam Boats or house 01111
theiradvantage to call. 0 .
to f urnis LEA he suhscriterrere eon ,
h painters, and oi here who Inti ll1 ),
chase pore White Lead made of the lel savri . l4 3
ranted equal, if not superior to any °frontal
Alt orders addressed to Dunlap k 1 1 4 116431 6 ef Li'
4' co , No. i 10 second street, Phielitireb.will'l"dr--
attended to. D uao 4 , 07,1
r 0 0:
Fifa st., one door fr om Old Staid of O.
The Subscriber respectfully informs rteMl
Pittsburgh and vicinity list be hat col
tailing Shoes of his own mann facturc,el WI
where he will keep constantly on bOd. 4
menu of all kinds of ladles, miwes,aad ro--
and 15110P13. of the best quality. which willk
cesto suit the times lie will alto 0.11 _,,1:i i /
kinds of fancy work—such as while R.
slippers, colored gaiters, and buskiablitlital,
children's ettslers. silk gaiters, kr.,t40,014
will be made at the shortest. u"l itc ' h. 'sr
ner. Ladies will please erittand 610-
as the subscriber feels confident Olathe. ~ ' I
any article in his line they may alo t vlig`‘ l°
Ben 10 istsoos
P. S. Don't forget the place-0 0 1,1 , 1dA
door from Harris's intelligence Cvil s * ittl
from Market Street
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WILLIAM DIGBY having tette -on
tLeharilmne"rftsoyr:sttuhtrestieleenvteglinearunllnd°leirberd:2rueabisßlirsrineSep4ntosst:arredgo:;:t; 11.5(6,
p ils
tended to him„ In connection grab y r. 01!
wishes to assure them that every esco,„7o.
merit the continuation of the sitell% ""itil
Pectiltily invite their atiention to ha Vogl
Clothing, whicirlie intends Felling at AO
uf ae
than has been ever offered, heinr dish.° 004
the whole of the stock of the !Actions, Os
table; aid as he intends to confine MAO 10'10
cash business, he feels confident no esisrai
Imrpass his stock, either in cheerios.
nessof workmanship.ellt. ...' ..01, 10 'A
Please to take notice t hat every
lured in Yittshurth•
SAhi U Et. MORROW, ihtglifetLer sog,
A 4. skeet Iron OW., 1 0 . 17 i v: A is
Wood and Market Straels.-15 rtlarraniarr.
in his line at the shortest notice. s,_ool/
and others are solicited tercet and essellwq_aft
:CI 'wares, which arum sokl wholeole c' t "71- ..-?.,
111 terinsi-
0 , airJe spouting sad stove (COM ,
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