Daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1842-1843, January 21, 1843, Image 4
15===a j ^~ .' . 1 ----• . to Site IftWir 1 .11050 ALL. liirrEHrt ALa ' *, tme *wit /rota la ss V. O. Peak , Was Tr 000 TRIALS, and all successful prove °Wet Usisttilltir,reittaalaily informs the entitle that h 10, temeettetrielealdy Mete trellis etareboose to the DALLEY'S NAGICAL PAIN EX. a s tetenay men Mel by Mr. It. O. BerfOrd.directly TRACTOR inestimable. It tot only eu tem quicker,hut tare iiNsiati, asbete is is always yse . swe i so at , gives no additional path, nor leaves a scar. Fire is mai toil 4 ., oorvoi, to , awyvrer o e his tine. and 4 ---- - sukt at . lively reudtted harmless. ($lO has bee.n offered all 111041411 to 111 thedettllts of It bestows" of an Undertaker months to any person returning an empty boa, and saying .; birbou to metit watt ewrifidettee, He will be prepare d that all agony on anointing is not extracted I a few min at irso, soul* re. prosiPe At Biers, Carriages and utcs,yet not one from thousands of trials since hall claim . ritetailf teestulteltti the mon liberal beta's. Calls from the ed the bonus.) Parentseuxious to guard againstgenera ' deloilil ittrt be preeptly attended to. injnries, and save time, fortune and life, and preventent imb Icoct is fin the same bundle: with hie ware their olfspritig from being disfigured by burns, 1111$81), *Ur% them who need his services may Bnd h i m small pox pustules, (it possessing the enviable power to replace thecellutary SlClllrrelitlit. acntencot: organs destroyed.) can do so by ob. ''ete:ChiliVilqr RSV. SOBS, VILACY, D. D. mining Vila inimitable salve. Many deerly burnt cases `lltribilLZ, IRIAN 11.011511' BRUCE, D. D. nu the city can tie seen, and one entire face burnt over and ISOM sorron, 11.11•. IIIgUIL WILLIAMS, Vi• wounded three distinct times incite snores pot while heal 111'..0 *Names, RV/. Jess e' /IRK, in:, yet in no case can be traced the least cicatrice or Nilai o cs saaets. ail. J•ILLII III• DAVIS, mark' For all kinds of hurts its rap! soothing effects ore SIIP 10 SIZII. I. P. /WITT. also lasportant;even sore eyes. all inflamations and bro ken breasts would be unknown. The toilet and nursery, 'or clearing the skin of pimples, removing chafe,ill Bud it Indispensable. One using only will forever es • lief it the sovereign HEAL ALL quality. After this no Lice, heads of families allowing torture for months, and whim:del) , distorted featu res. can never wipe away re proach.justly uttered by a disabled child, for uegleci lag to triumph over file. t-Entered according to act of Congress, A. D. 1841, by Comstick 4- co , In the Clerk's office of the District Court of the United Stales for the Southern District of New York." Warranted the only genuine. Comstock 4-Co., wholesale Druggists. N. York, have he. come the sole wholeettle agents for Mr. Dailey, in Amery ca for 20 years. All orders must lw addressed to them. The gennlne only to be had at TUTTLE'S Medical AgencY, 88 Foerth street, Nov 15 sirwa 5,222013gt3a waits. STEAMBOAT BILLS, Viirresurrs, . HORSE , BILLS, VO.VISITING CARDS, A DDIIII 4 iS DO., Els: BUSINESS DO., 110111111 HAND. PILLS, spit. Or . LADING, ceitctitAns, ke, are. itstetitar with every description bf Letter Press Print Web breathed with neatness and despatch, and on mode . este tervisort the Ace of the Daily Morning Post. MD 10 TROiti WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TEND TO PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE DlSASE.—Thisose dm or individuals Is very ntrinerus. They are th Irko work is an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, work. Miss is feather storesotone cutters, bakers, white lead goaamiketerers, are all port or lees subject to disease ae. -11Maidisigtet the strength of their eonstitution. The only 111111,0 1 11 to prevent disease, is the occasional use of a IliltnaiSs which abstracts from the circulation all deTonicslete. SWAMI son, and tupelo them by the bowels. On way farm are injurious, as they only 7..dt off the evil elety to stake it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pills wet loonre health, because they take all impure matter wattof the blood; and the body is not weakened but illeasgthened by their operation, for these valuable Pills 410 pottsvels, hot they 'II4 patine, and are not opposed , heliarewelse with her. Ilisdid at Dr. Brandreth‘ Ogkce, No. 00 Wood street, egglishmargri. Price 25 cents per hos, with full directions. gejlag....—The only place In Pittsburgh where the IliftriDlNll Pills can be obtained.is the Doctor's own Of. GP". If is. 98 Wood street. rep 10 W HOTEL.—The subscriber respectfully In N E ilbrivis hie old friends •tid the public that he has eviessea Temperance Hotel,in tifih Street, near the Ei• .. abases Barilt„aad in the house lately occupied by Mat• UMW Patrick, and has hoisted aril ron it gn,“Thecommo iron ittAy4liotel," where he will he very balmy to ac date all who may please to call ot him. His table almMtsps.Vided with the best fare, and every possible aiseomorodation to town and country customers and webers. 'A Om boarders who wish to lodge in stres or of. Um. eta be liken. and gentlemen who livetheir ou t of town qa inive their diviners daily. Ile bag biers gud good stables, and the beat Hay and flats. and a good Hostler, and will accommodate travel. anumitgeaUemen who have horses. Smatlieva latent by the day, week or year. Charges • NOM moderate than at any respectable Hotel in the city. JOHN IRONS. Mt 10 /I.IOIINGTON HAL L.—The subscriber has W - opened the late residence of James Adams, Esq., ihr the-reception of visitors and boarders; thorbouve Is very pleasantly situated on the bank of the MAO, illAkts from the city—possessing all the delight fat miesaspastments of a country residence, without Wog toe lar &man ibr persons doing business in the May. 'SOWN wilt be furnished with empty delicacy of Itha masaa. AA Omnibus runs regularly every boa I the Alle Simi sad of the Bridge. -K.ll.—rgo Alcoholic beverages kept. lien WM. C. BERN itrioLurrox OF THE OXMAN—The copart• itarship etisting between James E. KiMourn and 111 3. Morgan ts this day dissolved by mutual consent. will br dely noticed, with the signatures ofllidi parties aanesed, and Barry Hall Will be continued apowbyllmi seiweriber until other arrangements ate per• AMIN& alt sslis.on the premises, 130 hblr. choirs winter ap if emptied for Warned's:sly. JAS. E. K I LBOUR N, No 9. Market. and 14. Front at WK. BIDDLE, Surgeon Dentist, has returned to bis old stand, No. 107, Smithfield Street, cruets hit up be consulted any hour during the day, *ft his profession seri 10 REMOYAL.--George Armor, Merchant Tailor, respectfully announces to his friends and pa that be has removed his establishment from his whit stead, in Third street, to the corner of Front and Sadthiteld. in the basement story ut the Monongahel as. a Isese.; where he intends keeping on hand a ge for Gen neral ailment of Ireskiontsble Goods, suitable wear. He hopes, by close application, to merit a share of the eseletteg liberally extended to hint at his old stand. ILA. Navin made arrangements in New York and Plithdelebis, with the moat Pultionable Tailors, for Use reception of Paris and London Fashions, customers Islay nslyou Miele' their orders executedec ae ARMOR. cording to the latest rtyle. E -$ 10 --- Pittsburgh. June 21114,1842. We + the andesigned, Captains of the Espress Line of tiniketh, en the Pennsylvania Canal, have tried and are higesideof Lard Oil introdured here by Matthew y, manufactured by E. W. Lee if Co., at the tal OH Factory. litilliel confident In asserting that the alcove is equal tsoMm.lem, Sperm Oil; that it is entirely free from smok is Ire r e moaf o th er gletinossliamei whatever: the light fiegaly pare. clear and brilliant, aud will last of as Sperm. long, if not Wiwi Slow th at Soo an equal quantity Oil, lie Awe se betaltation in recommending it to our friends sad wawa* who use Oil. kt John A dant'. IMMILY ?HOY. Captain, Pace AL oW. HILDIORA ND. Captain, Packet Job,' Hancock, A. uts, do do John Madison, 3011111 THOMPSON. dt. ?Ci Pit taburgii. NIP 10 LAMS OlL.—Tha Subscriber would most respectfully infirm the public in genera IMO he has an article of alai Oil of a superior quality, manufaclored at ch the Cincin- Marti Oil Martufaetory,by R.W.lsee 41. Co.,whi iesserran• Indite be equal to the best Sperm. Oil, both for Light and ilaehiney. This Oil is entirely free from any glutinous Inattec.satoke, or unpleasant odor, and it is as clear and at White all spring water. Not a particle of crust Is left Oai tha wick. The light is pure and brit:tent, aid will last.as long, If not longer, than that from an wurtalquantfty ofSper i m. Sperm. Oil . The subscriber informs the,peblic that he bas taken a place nearly opposite the Tang Mire, arbera be will light up several different lamps Ong evastag. and he would respectfully invire the in• krabitauts of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and their vicinity, to ea sad judge (Or themselves. Ue feels confident they wttll be convinced that the above statement is perfectly retrelerel• Oot of two hundred individuals who have tried tbs o%ooam has not been a single fault found with it• Irlitt Lard 00 costs one third less than Sperm. lie would rusplittellft 'elicit the early attention of Dealers and Ma. anisiors to the above. Tao following Churches are now wont tire Lard Oil: 01110.411 Presbyterian Church, Pitt -burgh, likur ellotbevland Presbyterian Church, Pittsbuigh, Mat Presbyterian Church, Allegheny City, 4listatiata iteforasa4 Church, do. Ay tion iamb are Inindad LW. LEE ¢ Co.,Clncin ma i Oldo. .Bieoit VON HUTCIJELE't 11F,Ril PILLS.- Thee* Pills are composed of herbs, which exert at lemaidie *Won upon the heart, give Impulse or eleaarle ma AM arbirlal system; the blood la quickened •Intlingteldlood in its circulation throu:b ainternallyll the vessels, whether Of the shim, the parts situated ,or the istreolites; and as all the secretions of the body are igsgungasem the blood, there Is a consequent Increase of Orserietion, amd a quickened action of the absorbent• imti sod libels& ,or discharging vessels. Any morbid action ARA NOT have lakes plans is corrected. all obstinf.- swan nrserved, the blood espurified. and time body 4,110 *mem sUde. Poi R 3 ale WholLLEßesal , S e and Re. E OE Agent. 7 1 : 1 17 0w... -- . gesilall ma /'W ood try. below &mood. EXTRAC - -Lima Am. TOR is certainty AltaliiiiivabillaßP alumina for Bur us,llores, ke.. ever 'mom; ao etcher how badly a person may be bevel .or earlial -.40111 'RV beat the. iseacdiately, without hierillefo.' - raise. Vinery Wally zheald have a box la Janke Age" IN eaadbouid be wiebout U.—Every one .grldii adirellillAit Cheallilleßillil. To be had only lS at .- Tirrille*- 1001106 streot. dtc MEM CHEAPER IIiAN EVER! lITLENDID xSPoRTMENT Or READY RADE CLOTHING AT THE THREE BIG DOORS, x.. 1.51 Liberty at., one door from ths.Jackson Foundry. firtH F. Subscriber having prepared at his establishment .1 the largest and most varied stock of READY MADE CLOTHING ever offered in the Western cou n . try, would respectfully invite the public to give him a call and examine his Goods and hear his prices before purchasing elsewhere. His stork consists in pail of 1500 Coats,assorted shies and quality; 2.000 pair Panta loons: 1800 Yes's; is Ith a large assortment of Shirts. Drawer!, Cravats, Stocks, Gloves, Supenders, and every other article of winter Clothing. His Cloths were all selected by himself I n the Eastern Markets, And parchatied at the very lowest cash prices, and consequently he can afford to give his custome r s BETTER BARGAINS than they can get at any other house in the city. Believing In the principle of -Protect • tug Home Industry" he has thereto e had all his article manufactured by Pittsburgh workmen, and , h e bas res no hesitation In saying that they will be found i eery pest superior to the Eastern manufactured articles that are offered for sale in the slop shops that have rerent ty Anchored among us. In these times when Hinge fadustry is occupying PO large a share of public attention. as it always should, the proprietor of the "Three Bit Doors' takes peculiar pride and pleasure in *pawing the citizens of Pittsburgh thtlw at his Goods are all man.,! actured under his own eye, by mechanics of his own town. He does not, like. a dl•tsonic of his rivals In trade, have his Clot hes made up in hi city, In another State, nor does he :Orel its! his Stork in bills printed three or four hundred miles from here. He goes on tne principle that the mechanics of Pittsburgh can do work as well as any others, and he does not de_ she to draw money from their pockets to support distant workmen; while ovhe asks them to stipport him, he does not wish .oimperish them by a drain to support fat off mammoth workshops. The subscriber would take this occasion to return thanKS to his friends and customers for the unpreceden ted patronage extended to his establishment, and to re. peat his invitation to alt thse wo h wish atest to purchhiottase clothing, of every descriptiono, made in the l fas and sold on the most aceommodating terms, it call at No. 151 Liberty street. JOHN M'CLOSK EY Er Observe Metal Plate In the pay:meat. SOUTH WARD TAILORING ESTABLISH. M ENT. THE Subscriber most respectfully informs thepeople of i Pittsburgh and vicintty,and the public gelteritily, that he has opened a taitoring ealabilshment on Grant street. No. 3 Arthurs's Row, West end of the Scotch Hill Market. where his old customers and all others theiwho may favor him with a call may depend on having r , work done in a superior Style. From his long expert. ' ence In he buiness in ts city, and n many other touable t citiess hi in Europe and AltiW[l.l lie feels confident shat hn can give satisfaction to all who may please to favor him with their custom. Ily strict attention to lu siness and superior workmanship lie hopes to merit and receive a share of public patronage. He to keeping on hand a supply of goods and trimmings suits'ile for the customer trade which will be sold at very reduced prices, 13. DON ACHY. N. U. The snliscriber being well aware of tiche inextent that the aactssystem is practised on the publ thts country, by advertisement-; particularly by persons who may justly be called intruders on the trade, who never served an hour to the business, and who pon e Fa so little about It that they could not crook a sponge cloth, and they are barefaced enough to advertise themselves as tat for a la mode, and by the aid of old certifrcat ark es. cuts. puffs,4c. /cc such as are generally used by qus to sell their medicines, they often succee in pning off on the unsuspectin, customer some old tr d ash fo ai r t the genii inn imported article. Such people's advertisements are only calculated to gulf the public and are , o more anti tled to credit than the fictitious yet laughable publications about the great Goll-•tver among the Liltipartians, which I presume almost every schoolboy has read and laughed at. I would sugge.st to those who wish to have II eir cloths.' made la first rate style to make a little inquiry and they will find that this is the place where they B. can be accommodated . 1 to 7—Sfe Headache! Headache! Dr. BRODIE'S ANTI DYSPEPTIC PILLS. 4 RE now known to thousands as a most exiraordina Ary remedy for this affliction as well as the incon trovertible fact of their curing DYSPEPSIA. Wilt tnose suffering only ask among their friends if they have nut known of the positive e f fects of said Pills. an d if they do not bear them more warmly prai,ed (and cvy too) than any other, then let them net buy them. In these few remarks, all fancy or imagination is excluded, and nothing will be said of their merits at any time but what can he fairly proved by respectable memters of our community. Read the following certificate given by a respectable citizen of Allogheny eiiy, and attested by oi:e of Jude es of the Court of Common Pleas of A lieglieny co. A I.LEGlititir Cll Ty Janu.iry 9. 13-13. DR. BRODIE. Dear Sir—l have for a number of years past been af— flicteil with a severe and almost constant Headache, a— Hain; from derangement of stomach and bowels and al. though I have taken nearly every kind of Medicine re. commended fur its ell , C, have never derived any mate Hal benefit until I used conic of your truly valuable An. ti Dyspeptic Pills. 1 have not taken quite two boxes and consider myself perfectly relieved from I hat distresting complaint. I have no hesitation in 1-Iq,ouslinending your Pills as the best medicine I have ever used. Yours, Respectfully, J. B.TURNER , I am arqua.nted with Mr, Turne - , I have no he-ita ton In certifying Dint I consider the statements of Mr, T. respecting Dr. Brodie's l' its, as entitled to tile VIS. mos! perfect and entire confidence. HUGH DA For sale, Wholesale and Retail at the Brodonian Pill Establishment Pittsburgh Pa ; ani by all authorised a lien's throughout the Union. Alle'y city Jan 9 1845 jan 13-1 r C°RN:— On hand, few itartels old yellow Curt which will be sold low, apply In lan 7 ISAAC ellUSE,Liberty at. N. C. EDEY, Agent.'? NOTICE is hereby given to the creditors anti deutors of Illeisrrs. El i A rinel and 1 G. Monte, late toing business in Market street, Pit tsburgh, under the firm the of A rrnel dr Monte, and to the public generally, that y have this day igned all their stock of goods, accounts, to me, fo rt he benefit of their creditors, haul etc., dig Inchon or preference. Parsons knowing themselves indebted to the tate firm wilt see the necessity of calling without delay, and pay ,ol their respective dues, and persons having claims will prrent them to me for settlement , DAVID LLOYD, Assignee Pittsburgh, Nov, 21, 1812. B. 'rite above named stoat, which embracs a full shol general assortment of seasonable dry goods e . will be 418 posed of at its old stand„ No. 100, cheap for cash only, rr.I..G• blunts Is authorised tt, make settlement and re seipt for mousy, in my absence, dec 8 TO LET.--WALTZR LOWILIZ, having row mid his ogee to the rooms in the earns build. Ise above those lately occupied by him in build. tat nest to the Mayor's dice, now offers his laic of. lice for neat. Tim raise OM well =hid for ordeal Or PO soy MPOM of pIOONAOS4OI for any idled of retail mercantile heal nem, enquire of W ALT ER H. LOWS IL or deee It JANIE FINDLAY elopmsziaismuf moor , Amass sirrilinsais. BELU*M SILANDSTWIS ?ILLS. 3.Tbis vegetable and tw6i3 lutiociat wealtelnet, weal nes TB BLOOD, and lament:Set y illy* the further raw saxes or nt sssss , in the bodies of those whose powers of life are not already exhauseed. When plltnan sweeps can avail, there scarcely Is any cemplaint,or rosin of sickness, that the BILANDRCni PILLIII do nut relieve and generally cure. Although these pills produce a grows erriccr,that effect is not to prostrate the body, as with other medicines, but the frame is Invigorated by the re moval of the cause of weakness,t heinorhid, the vitiated humors front the blood. Harmless in themselves, they merely Ai:altr NATURE To throw out die occasion of sickness from the body, and they require no alteration in the veto or clothing. la fact. the human body is better le sustaia svith. out Injury, the inclemency of the weather, while under the Influence of Ibis in feet ion. destroying,disease eradica ling Medicine than at any other time. The importance of Brandreth's Pills for sestinas and travelers ia, therefore, self evident. By the timely use of tilt:. Medicine how much anxiety arid sickness, might we not prevent. Cold, Billions of fections, Typhus, Scarlet snd fevers of all kinds, would be unkaowitl But where sickni.ws does exist, let no time be lost, let the BRA C,IDRETH'S PI LIB be at once sent for, that the Remedy may be app led, without fur titer loss of tinie.--To as RICKLIIBLRED — That Brandreth's Pills have stood a seven years' test in the United States. That they are a ye:o able and Innocent medicine, yet all powerful for the removal of disease, whether chronic recent; infectious or otherwise. That they purify the Wood, and stay the further pro. greys 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, have patients try the use of these pills, been restored to good heal; lolie devouring disease having been completely eradicated. That each of the genuine has upon it 1.11R1C5 COPYRtallt 1./OMA That each label has two signatures of Dr. Benituuln Brandreth upon it. That there must upon each box three signatures, time: B. BRARDFUCTII, M. D• And three signatu, thus:— BresV.IIJaMIN BRx!IDRETII DO.. PM 'NISI. IN SAYS; "All acute fevers ever require !some evacuation to bring theta to a perfect crisis and solution, and that even by stoolS, Which must he promoted by art when nature does nut do the business itself. On title account, an ill timed serupulonsnee,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 toe humors are tit to be expelled , but is not able to accomplish for the most part in these diseases; and I can affirm, that I have given a purge when the pulse has been 40 low that it could hardly be felt, and the debility ex_ I fettle, yet hit it one and I I.e titer have been restored by it." The good effect to he. derived from the Bratulretli Pills have to he experienced to he fully believed. By their I tine ly nett her the scarlet, the typhus fever or sti.all pox would evm assume their malignant fot m. To apprerwie to the full extent ,the incalculable benm fits of BRA ETH'S PILLS, they must be used when the First Symptoms ci Disease present themselves. One dose then, and their good effects will be felt throughout the attack —IT Is 'CASINO THE.* Is Tmm that Is the gr eat secret in the cure of all appearancit•s of disease ariing from bad blood, and I presume hose there d ar iseases which affect e few rit the pres en% day, will say an lig of t he body when the blood is pure. Such diseases I have yet to Twee. Unplug that some who read this inn be benefitted by so doing. 1 am respertfupy , the public's servant, B. BBANDRETB, M. D. Broadway. New York: THE COUNTER FE.11":3 DEATH BLOW. The public will please observe that no Brantireth Pills are genuine unless the hog has three labels upon it. each containing a fac simil signauare of nry hand writing th us—lt . Brandret h. te These hates ar engra• veil on steel.heautifully designed, arid done at an ex. pence of several thousaild dollars. R eutemberl tbe toy —the side—and the bottom. Ent rod according to net of Coricres , in the year 11141. try Bet tannin Reandrech, in he Ciet k's Office in the Dl3 Diet Court of the or thern District of Wood St3e(3. New York. Dr. B. Brandrel It's office, No 93, Pit 101 m - zit. Only piece in Pittsburgh where the genuine Pills can he obtaineA. F.ach Agent who sell the true Era ndreth Phi, has an engraved eettitienic of Agency renewed every I wetve months, rind ha. entered into bonds of 8500 to sell none other Pills than these receiv e c ed er from Dr. B. or his special General Agent. Mark.ark, th cate is all engraved except the Doctor's mime, which is In his own hand writing. Observe. on each certificate there is an exact copy of the three labels on each hog en graved thereon. Purchaser. see Or it the engraving of the labels on the certificate correspond with those on the ho! Oct 27-1 I The following are Dr. Rrn.lantin Brandreth's &gents forthe salt_ of his Vegalle Universal Pills, In y couty, Pa., who nr et e supplied with the r.ew labelled ho x es. P rice 25 cents with direel . Principal Office, No. 98, Wood Si reel, Pitisbur Allegheny, Mr. ions McKeesport, 11. ROW LAND. Noblestown, Jots /normal. Stewarts Town, CozstodArt SP•VtDINO A LIKXANDIR. APDALZ. Clinton. EXWARD Tonorson,Wilkinsburgli. GEORGE POILTIII, Fairview. ROPItAT SMITH FORTER, Tarentutri • Elitnbetlitown, C. P. Muth. Ea3tl.iberiY,DANlßL Nr.GIAT• PRI:POLICY Joann, Pleasant Bill. Davin R. COON—Plumb Township. W. 0. tferirs.s.— Allen's Mill. pep 10 pl LES, cured by the t se of Dr. Harlich's Compound Strengthening and Oerinan Aperient Pit's Dr. liarlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after 1 received the Agency Dom you for the eale of your , I formed an ncqnaintanre wi;h a lady of thismedic place. ine who was severely afflicted with the Piles. For eight or len years thie lady was subject to frequent painful attacks, and her physician considered her cave so complicated , that he very seldom prescribed medicine for her. Through 'my persuasion, she commenced using vont' P i lls, and was perfectly cured. Yours, 4-c. JAMES ELKIRBY October 3. 1840. Chamberhltug, Pa. cr - pOthce and General Depot, No. 19. North Eighth Street, Philadelphia. And by Sa111111"1 Frew, corner of Liberty isisliWood streets, Pittsburgh. sep 10 INTERESTING CURE performed by Dr.Sicayno's -1. Compound Syrup of Pranks Virgartiana, or Wild Cher. 1 ry. [laving made use of this invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cared me child. The syniptoms were acult wheezing and choking of phlegm, dB-fy of breathing, attended with constant Coll2il, spasms, convulsions, if C. of which I bad given upall hopes of its recovery . until I was advised to niake trial of this invaluable medicine. After seeing the effects it had upon my child, and con• Hurling to make the same trial nylon myself, welch en• tlrely relieved rue of a cough that I w as afflicted with fo r r many years Any person wishi til ee me can ca my house in Beach Street, above the Market, Kensington. DR. SW AY NE'S SYSUT OF WILD CHERRY. 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 recotnruending Dr. SWAY NI m 'S Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry .—We have seen the original certificates, and have no doubt but they come from truly grateful hearts, expre- , sive of the benefits which they have received from that valuable compound. We have acquaintances who have frequently used the above medicine, who ran speak with confidence of its virtues.—Saturday Chronicle. CITIZENIC—With sincerity I would advise you, one and all, both sick and well, always to have a bottle of Dr Sw Armes Compound Syrup of Wild In your 1101150—ii is invaluable In cases of emergency, .uch as Spitting of Stood, Asthma, attack' of violent coughing, which Is often the cause of spitting of Moon, Violent Nervous Affections, which occasionally com ea e front fright, and various other causes, productng crest alarm, sudden colds from improper gapostire. which for are often let run to an alarming etterit, want of means being ready at hand;—and as I have used Dr. InCompound Syrup of Wild Cherry repeatedly in my family, and -always with marked success-1 can recommend it with confidence. as being one of the best family medicines which has ever been offered to the public.. --Saturday Chronicle. sold by Wm. Thorn, Wholeeale 4- Retail, only agent for Pittsburgh. N 0.53 Market Street. sep 10 DAVID LLOYD WI I.LI A M R EED. .Merckaitt Tailor.—Respectfully informs his friends and the public in general that be has commenced business at No.ll Market street, secood door from the cornerof Front, where he bores by strict attention to business to merit a sbare of public grammar. N. B. Thelma cashions revtlarly receiveclibe.pub. lc may depend on having their work executed accordion o the latest style. :sep 10 -- - --- -- -6- ------- oleo" CalinS ,Yrisialailwribi by Il i vikbrib t 'AIMS? " , ••' IitCHITIN ' wAIItIMAIISL—Are, 79. Fowatir" 2 - V •"J"'" - . !. 4;( 1 ,' 4 .... 4,afts .LA Vlbs Sspiosioll 4 owl "awl ammo. Betwes*Wahl owl Ihnithplil sts. 1 5T4411/...frmarbig, SOW Wmo. Ira doors from th e cornet of street. Coo. agetts4Pitritharrt . silently on hand an assortment of 100 re y d glade COFFINS, of every size and description; covered ones. with Cloth: Mahogany, Cherry, Black V't Omit, Poplar, and PlneCoßlos. ALSO, Plates neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriages furnithed; Graves procured; and all services rendered that friends may require. A creditgiven re all cases, eit r. her °realm§ OT t2rrlages , ted. HENRY BEARES, Undertake reques 1 sep 10 SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS! SURGICAL. IN• sraubi ENTSI—T. McCarthy, Caner and Par/d the rat instrument Maker, Third - street, nearly opposite Post Office, Pittsburgh (SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SMEARS.) Physicians, Dentists end Druggists can have their In• I struments madeby 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. Allarticies warranted of the best quality. a nd Jobbing done as usual. Rep 1 LlVnate Eß sin COltiPLAi anot herNT.—This disease oflen fermi of a more serious nature, if pro. per remedies ere not retorted to in time. in all forms of this dleeaae, Dr. Harlich's Compound Etreogthening and German Aperient Pills, will perform a perfect cure —first by cleansing the stomach and bowels, thus remo ving all dtAeases from the Liver, by the use of the Ger. man Aperient Nils, after which the Compound Strength ening Pills are taken ton've strength and tone to those tender organs which reqre inch treatment only to effect a permament cure. These Pfils are neatly put up in !mall packages, with full directions. Por sale at No. 19 North Eight SI reel, Philadelphia. Also, for sale by Sam uel Frew corner of Wood and Liberty sta.. Pittsburgh Pa set) 10 ALLEN KRAMER, Exchange Broker, No. 46, 1 i ner of Wood and Third Streets. Pittsburgh Po. Gold, Silver, and Solvent Rank notes, bought and sold. Sight cheeks on the Eastern cities, for sale. Drafts, notes and bills, collected. azrearticro: Pittsburgh,Pa, Wm. 0,11 d. Co., John D. ftvls, F Lorenz. J. Painter tg Co., Joseph Woodwell, James May Philadelphia, Alexander Bronson 4. Co., John H. Brown Sc Co. Cincinnati, 0., James M'Candleos. St. Louis . No., J. R. M'Donald. Louisville, W. H. Pope, Esq. Presl Bank Ky. Pep 10 REMOV AL.—The undersigned begs teaseMinium the public, I hat lie has removed from his old stand, to the corner of Penn and St. Clair efts., oppositethe change Hotel, where he has fitted up a large Pismo FORTS W,RIC Room, and now offers for sale the most splendid assortment of Pi•sus ever offered in this market. pianos consist of different patterns, of superior Rose Wood and klahogany,beautlfully finished and tom doled, and consttueted throughout of the very best ma. tertals, hich,for durability. and quality of tone, as well as touch, he warrants to be superior to any ever seen here. As he has en..arged his manufactory, and merle arrange meuts to supply the Increasing demand for tis stru ment, he respectfully requests those Intendi h ng, to ln pur. chase to cell and xo mine his as,ortment before purcha. sins elsewhere. as he is determined to sell LOWER, for cash,than any other establishment east or west of the mountains. F. BLUME, CO7fler of Penn and St. Clair streets, Sep 10 Opposite the Exchange Hotel, Pittsburgh. Pa. WA RIt.kNTED GENUINE.—Dr. William EVRII:e4 Camomile Pills. Csartsit.sxxs.—better.from the Hon. M'Clel• lan,Sulliva it County , East Tennessee, Memberof Congretai. W LISHINGTON. July 3d, 1838. Str—Slner 1 have been in this city I have used tome of sour Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and sails faction, and believe it lobe a mold valuable remedy. One of my 7,onsti went', Dr. A. Carden, of Camp county, Tennessee. wrote to me to send hint some. which I did, and he has niployed it very successfully in his practice, and 4ayl It is invaluable. Mr. Johnson, your agent at this place,^ thinks you would probably like an agent in Tennessee. If so, I would recommend Dr. A Carden, ns a proper per-on 1.3 othciale for the sale of your celebrated 6110111 d you commission him he is willing to act fur you. You can send the medicine by water to the rare of Robert Kim! k Sons. Knoxville count y.Tennes. -re, or by land to Graham k Houston. Tazewell, East TentieF , ee. I have no doubt hut if you had agent' , in ii.ein at counties in F.ast. Tennessee, R treat deal of medl. rifle would be sold. I ant going to take some of it home for iny own use. and that of my friends, and should like to bear from you whether you would like an agent at Montville, Sullivan County. East Tronessce; I can get Wale of the merchants to act for yeu as I live near there. Yr.ur; respectfully , A BR AH A M 'CLELLA N, of Tennessee. For sale Wholesale and Retail, b E y R. SEM ERS, A xent, N o. TO. Wood In reet SPrOnti DR. WILLIAM EV• N S'S S ooTtliNG SYIJr.— This remedy has preserved huKndreds when thought past recovery. front convulsion:. As soon as the Syrup Is rubbed on the loots, the child will rec.( v. et. This preparation Is so Innocent, so efficacious, and so pleasant, that no child will refuse to let Its gums be rub bed with it. When In fantsare at the age of four months :Ito' there is no appearance of teeth. one bottle of the Syrup should he tired to open the pores. Parents should ever without the syrup in tile nursery where there are young chlldren.for if a child wakes In the night with pain In the gums, the Syrup immediately gives case, by opening the pores, and healing the gums: thereby prevent. ing Convu string, Fevers, 4c. Far Sale Wholesale and I:el:11111y R. E. SELLERS, Agent, N 0.20. Wood street. below Second TIIORN":YEA BERRY 'ITX - 3T - 1 7- 11 — C -- V A 14 - Lanc•stmt,Oct• 2d,111142- 0::) — To Dr. Tnotm—My Dear Sir: 1 cheerfully and cordially embrace the present favorab'e opportunit y to re turn to you my warmeat thanks of gratitude for your un equalled and unexceptionable invention of your very Justly celebrated Tea Berry Tooth-Wesh,and I fet.l that I am in duty bound to say that 11. have derived the great est and moat beneficial effect from its frequent and mode. ate use: and can assure you that lam exceedingly hap py to have the pleasure of Informing you,that sincerely and cordially speaking, I can injustice recommend its fre quell* use to all that unCortunate portion of the human race throughout the globe who are now undergoing the most excruciating pain for the want of a medicine prepa ratin of exactly the Caine nature of which yours Pe in and who have for years been suffering from ls the in jurinus, destructive and pernicious effects of worthlens.ln ss tooth powders and other worth leas preparatio conclusion permit me to say that I haveused your Tooth. Wash but for a short period, and yet I feel thoroughly convinced that it Is the heel now known, its inestimable virtues in preserving the teeth, (which it kept In a good that adorns the human structure.) are nbt to be excelled in easing and relieving the sufferer from tooth ache, and restoring the gums to a healthy and purified condition, and giving also a sweetness and fragrancy to a disagreeable breath hitherto unknown. Accept my sit sere wish for yaw succes, from Yours. trimly, .10$11/11 iriOU6I.I3,COIDS and CONSUMPTION —The sea. son for the above OUlPlaiuts is now at hand, and all persons who are subjeufed to the inclemency of the weather are respectfully informed that they can rind. COVERT'S BMA( or LIVE which is well known to have cured THOUSANDS. who were in the last stages of Con sumption. Certificates ran be produced of its wonderful cures. TAYLOR'S 13•Lsoar er LIVICRWORT is another remedy ly r r L ecmr me ndeiver Comp dl a by in tall s , Co who have used ur, ha arid Colds. li comes high it. and is pleasant to take, and speedy in effecting a cure. PRAMS'S HOARROVPID CANDY. --This is a highly valuable and pleasant medicine; it will effect a positive and certain cure for Comgks , Colds, Corissitption,and la an effectual cure for the Wuooetvici Corous. This is a very pleas ant medicine, all 2re fond of it. and children never reuse to take RI; its cure is sure and positive. The subscriber has a certificate of Agency direct from J. Pease ii• son, so there can be no mistake. All persons who are effected, are invited to call and sot delay, for the time to lake tuedicine is at the commencement, All the above medicines can always be procured at WOOLICSALE OR ft CI - A.ITM. 7'UTTLE'S .111F.:DITAL AGENCY. 86. FeartA street & NICHOLSON. Prepriee.rs tor the EAGLE FOUNDRY—PITTSBURGH, MANUFACTURE and keep constantly on hand at their warehouse, Liberty Street head of Wood at,, every variety of Castings, among which are the following: Franklin, common found fancy and pyramid Stoves;— common and farcy grates, newest fashions; Cooking Stoves suitable for either wood or coal, a imperior ante. le (and warranted to cure smokey chimneys* waggon boxes, hottow.ware. tea.kettles, sheet.tronewith a gene r. al assortment of ware house castings. All warrant , dto be made of ths best materials. They also make to order at the ei.ortest soave, CHILLED ROLLERS. Gus 18 ladies diameter, down to the lowest eilow Cast. G to rase, with every other deaeriptioo of Itoillog will lags. , Altllll3lB NICOOLSON. Dee. 11,1842.-3 u Pittsburgh, June IS, Mr..ia• Mr. ions Dicesitso:--Dsar Sir--Havii,g ben present yesterday, at the experiment which you were pleased make, in the presence of a number of our business men, of the safety of your IRON CHESTS, ease of fire, II gives me pleasure to say, that so far as I was capable of }edging, the test was lair, and the result exceeded my expectations. The Chest was a small one, about 30 iodic , high, hy about 18 ot 21) inches in breadth and depth, and was pla• ced on a block of wood about a foot in thickness, btu u to elevate it about that height from the groun; several books and newspapers were deposited inside o d f It, in the manner in which filetchauts and others would usually Once them--a large quantity of 14,ht pine wood arum nd hs front an adjoinineSaw was then placed arou and above it,and the fire kindled on the windward side.',, so us to drive the flame against the back part of the chest. I The fire was kept up about three "wailers of an hour, until you bad gone among the spectators and received from them their uoiversal answer that the test was sufficient. The cheat was then drawn out of the fire. and coulee, and opened, and examined. The coniente were all safe. and the only injury done was to the back of one book which appeared to he a little ctiarred. From what I witnessed, I thine that these chests are desery lug of confidence, A 9 affording, perhaps,the best security to Merchants for, their books endpapers, which they caa have without h er large, thick, and expensive vaults. I would consider them a better secarliy than many vaults which I have seen bull. yourSAMU 'Henri, EL CHURCII. We concur In the shove statement, having been pres sent when the chest was tested. W. .M. Cooper, J. If. Shoonber ger, Robt 8011, J. laughlio, J. Palate'', .N• Cordell, R. Afil/er, Jr. C L. Araistroisf, A. H. d el, R, Craig, S. 0. D. Howard, J. W. Bor. _ . Detract of a Letter from Pugh k Invord, dated Ci• einnait,nrk Mort h,1842- J. Denning, Pittsburgh, Pa. Respected Friend: We have the satisfaction to state as the Feat recommendation we can rive of the utility of your Iron Safes, I hat we hair! one of them which wits In an exposed situation in our counting room, at the tittle of the tire, on the moan tug of the 10th inst. whirh consumed our Pot k Hom.e. to aPilmr with a large portion of the meat, lard, 4-c, which it contained;—and that our hooks and papers which were in the Safe, were entirely uninjwited, and were taken from it after the fire; without ever U GH k ed. Your, kc. PUGH k AL V Eztract of a Letter from Slater k Holbrook, dated St. Louis, Feb. 24t h , 111 1 1. MR. Dbot sum, Dear Sir: One of your r•rcond size chests was burned a few days a2o, in a lealber ntor- pre served -ire COnlelltd. Respro fully yours, our!, ATER s r HOLBROOK. sep 10 E LI VE R COMPLAINT cured by the use of ien Drt Pills. itch's compound compound Strengthening and Aper Mr. Win. Richards, of Pittaborgli,Pa..entirely cured of the above distressing disease His symptoms were pain id and weight in the left side, hrs.. of appetite, vomiting, ac eructations. a distension of the stomach. sick head.achr. furred tongue. countenance changed toa citron color, diet culty otbreathing. disturbed rest, attended with a cough, great debility. with other symptoms indicating :rrut de rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richard had the advice of several physics ans, but received no relief. Until rain : Dr. Ilarlich's Medicine, which termina. ted in etTectin: a perfect cute. Principal Office. 19 North F,lshili Street. Philadelphia. For sale in Pittsburgh by Sarum I Frew, corner of I.lher Wand streets. Pep 10 . . A l _10 84 : IT S. MAIL LIN E of Splendtd Passenger Steam rack IL- ) • els fromi.hticiiinati to SI. The new, .mielidid. fast rnnit i 1100 drroillit steam Packet, West Wind and Nonpareil, will run its regular Packets. from Cincinnati In Si. Lrmi,r. Will leave Cin Monad and St. Louie every Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock. Passengers from the East and West may rely noon their starting punctually as advert i•ed. Pep 10 G. a. MEGR•W ..6F:O. P. 11•NIIVE 021 . MAGR A W HASH LTON, Attorneys at Law, have removed their Office to the residence of H.S. Ma paw. mt Fon st, two (Mort , ahnve Sold , lifield. eel. 10 VA. Just received from New York, 5000 Temperance A linanaes for 18,43;5000 copies of the Journal of the American Temperance Union and Youth's Temperance Advocate for September. A 150,2000 Chrs tian Almanacs, and a good assortment of Loornis'a Maga zineand Pittsburgh, and the Franklin Magazine and Com. mon Almanacs for Irt43; by the gross, dozen or single; 250 copies of Grant's New Pittsburgh and Allegheny Bu siness Dirctory and Strangers Guide. for 6} (c Also, Cottage. Family. School and Pocket Bibles meats, David's Psalms; NI ethodist 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 School Books; Guna's Do mestic Medicine; Day Books and Ledgers; Writing, Let ter, and Wrapping Paper; blue black, and red Ink, by th e e gross, dozen,ur boti le; steel pens, quills, P aterasl. and aeon. pencils a wafers; Cyclopedia of History, Western siderable variety of Books and Stationery, for sate on ac commodating terms for cash or country pr , duce. ISA AC HARRIS, Agent and Commission Merchant, sep '2 Fifth street J. K. aloOßincaD. G. E. W MINYA. J; PAINTII. UNION COTTON FACTORY, Allr subacribera having ghe y City, at the end of the upper bridge. The commenced the manufacture of Cotton Yarns, Stocking Yarn, Col ion Twine, Candlewick, Carpet Chain, Batting, sc.. and are prepared lc fill orders at the shortest notice. Having selected the latest and most improved inachi• nery,and employed the manager w . lin has attended to the HOFr. FACTORv for the last five years, they are manufaetu• ring a aisperior article. Cotton Warps made to order, Orders through the Pittsburgh Po=t Office, or left at the more of I 4 . C. Painter 4- Co., Liberty atreel; or Logan 4 - Kennedy, Wood street; will meet v6l h prompt Wien - lion. Address—J. K. MOORHEAD 4- CO. MO FEN' A LES.—There lila large class of Females ini n this City who from their continued sitting, to their occupst lone oblige t hem,ate affected with costiveness which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the least ex• ertion, sense of iteavi [legit extending over the whole !lead, Intolerance of light and sound .nn inability of fixin g the attention to any mental operations; rumbling inthe bow• after els, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially meals when any exertion is used, as going quickly up stairs; tempre tickle; these are symptoms which yield at once to a few dosesof the Brandreth Phis, The occa sional use of this medicinewould save a deal of trouble and years of suffering. On w e, or two, or even three of the Brandreth PUls lust before dinner, are fen found highly beneficial; many use them very advan o tageously in ths way; they aid d assist digestion, restore the bowels to i a proper conditilonn, enliven the spirits, Impart clear. nesx to the complexion, purify the Mood, sa d prom pts general feeling of health and happiness. Bold at Dr. limudreth's Pare. Office No. 98 Wood street, Pi MARK2.scenu x, with full directions. —The only place in Pittsburgh, where the GENUINE Pills can be obtained, is the Doctor's own Of. flee. Nu 98 Wood street. seri 10 W I RT I SST 11 - 11 TR. Fl FT II ODURSE OF LECTURE. T HE Commlitee on Lectures of the Wirt Ins to the for the Fourth Course,respectfully pobl'c that they have made arrangements to The commence the Lectures on Thursday evening, December 1. Lectures of this course will be exclusively Litsrary sad Scientic - The fi Committee, desirous of making the Lecture Room of the institute a Awaits resort of the lovers of Liter*. tore and Science, as well as the fashionable. of snored no exertions In pineal*" popular and talented Lecturers, both at home and abroad. In the course of two works a del *Ude' Lecturers will be published, soul slacks colleted. SAKI.. C. HUEY, W. W.WILSON , JOHN S. COEIGH AVE, WM-B. WAIVE. JOHN B. WOMB; Inoir 9. tr Corstaes. IFINBATE.LISIIS Britt NOTICE --That a' - .1. prnvidted with the Met, Guard have tleeit WWII bills primed with* 6geee of %be separates— and be.ene ful you are not deeett ed by misrepresent atiOare Of A getits stio leg their boats to 1w proirided with it fo the Patti Guard, when they are sot r ) seceree *ga The following la • Itst of Will* sentelted *ilk t If benfre ty Guard at the port of rittsbergh—isll Wept liellte dea with Wild first on the list have the improved Wyplrli apparalde h Is I m possible for an exploiter' to *calls: SAVANNA, FORMOSA, RARITAN, itxtrioir,. . .. , NIAGARA, DU QU ESN Eg 'ORLEANS, JEWESS, CANTON, MONTGOMERY," ' LADY OF LYONS, CADDO, VALLEY FORGE, INDIAN QUEEN, FORT PITT, GALLANT, BREAKWATER, QUEEN. e rue.SOITIII EXPRESS MAIL, DUKE OF ORLEANS ALPS, BRILLIANT, CASPIAN, ECLIPSE, IDA, VICTRESS, WEST WIND. MIPRIGAN, MA IZQU E'ITE, OSPREY, rALLEY RAN D, PENELOPE, PANAMA, ROVVINA, CICERO, AGNES, SARAH ANN, MESSENGER, NARRAGANSETT, SARATOGA, AMARANTH. ORPHAN BON MUNGO PARK, 01110. NEPTUNE, CECILIA. ADELAIDE. J H BILLS, NORTH BEND, GALENA, MARIETTA, MENTOR. BRUNETTE, COLUMBINE, _.--. - , •TEAM FERRY BOAT, Tile iruvrling commend y ate rev pect fully niqutto before they make a choice of a h o w, to r r aro a w orm, I and see whether it would hot be to their advantlits and security to choose a etafrty 'Guard boat, both Ott passage an freight . In preference tootle not eo daiardlt I againstesulesion—and that they will bear la whit. that this Invention has the unqualified a pprobation t I Afty steam eisjine builder's—gentlemen *how beetroots it is to understand the subject, and who're entirely Ott interested—besides a nninlier of certifies:es l'i oat selerdli • le en d othere— all of wide!' can be we* t • my other,genileu blo an 10. Water street, where it would ewers pleasure at ail times to exhibit sty invention to soy who will lake the trouble to call. Pen 10 . CADWALLAGER EVANS. R I . Commission Mrrehant, Desd in t* duce and American Alansfacturen, JUadindtn, It EFTA To-- Incl. Crier, Erg., Pittsburgh!Jno. Aaron Hart, Jame: , C chran of Vd. Jon i. Davis, hIWaY a' Hamm. Avery. 0211,11 Co. Jno. Woodbourne, F.Fri Iklllditan Wliar. LE G D.—'The subscril ers are new "impaled to for nish painters, and other•who wish to di r• cltae puf White Lead made of the best waterfule ranted equal, if not imperlor to allY °Ceara lonia A it oider4 addressed to nonionic Hughirs.rare of S Co . No.llo Second street, Fitt.d.nrelt. Oltwil he proaiptly Attended to. DUNLAP UGHES: 11 PI DIES F ASHION ABLE SHOE PrOftE. • Fift k St... on e dot, r on Old se ard el N. ihncloiarare. The Stile•eriber respectiully informs the ladies-. of Pittsburgh and vic.nity that he has , resentenced le inlttnt.. Shoes of lii . own ntanufacitirt ,stt the ghost Od, where he win keep constantly on hand a tPod Yawl mem of all kinds of ladies. mi3ses, and chit boats and f. ft he herd quail y. which will be sold at ftri• ces to snit the lmes He will also tualto order—sir kinds of fancy i work—such as whit• and black Sidi* slippers, colored gaiters, and buskins, ladies, ll misses t Iwo children's ellsh•rs silk gaiters, ke., be. Aof s Melt will be made at the shortest notice. end in the nell 111111111 net. Ladies will please call end emeniae for theatre's's". as the subscriber feels confident that he can suit them. ha any article In his line they may want .l . cep 10 . C. sumaA P. S. Don't forget the Once—No.B. PiftliStreet--ohli door from Harris's Intelligence Oaten. and thir C. d door from Market Sirens. .1. ---'---------'---"------"-ThllCinctiotsstt,Fshriutry I 840.. Dr. Straus—Dear r:---Perinit me to take the ilbtsty of writing to you at ibis time to express any apptcbation , and to recommend-Jo the attention of heads of familia and others your invaluable tnediclms—the Competedn Syrup of Prunus Virginian', or Wild Cherry Bark. .11 my travrls of late I have seen in a great many iruitaneen the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving elm. draw of very obstinate complaints, such as Congbleg, Wheezing, Clioaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, Ate. h•c. I should not have written this letter, hoaretrit;n l present, although 1 have felt it my dulyteen for to adill• dal my Wed. molly to it for some time , had" it you ' stance where the medicine above alluded to was maim mental In restoring to perfect health an ...only cbll47' whose case was almost hopeless, Ina family of my me. quaintance. thank (leaven," saki the dwells* 0 04 1 Y. VT, my child Is saved from the jaws of death! 0 bireli'S feared the relentless ravager But my child - it oat safe!" Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup or tt - lid Cherry is the most valuable medicine In Ibis other country. lam certain I tave witnessed Non tin, one hundred cases where it has been encoded whit GSgs Wee success. I am using it myself in an obstinate S i. tack of Bronchitis, in which it proved efee,that (a • at. ceedingly short time. considering the severity alba WIN I ran reromend it in the fullest coofidence sapefier virtues; would advise that no family should be wltlsdnit it; it is very pleateint and always beneficial—Wee* . double and often ten limes Ns price. The public are as. cured thereto no quackery about it. B. Jscsson.D• D. Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Cbefeks N. Y. retail, oaly steal Sold by WM. TtIORN. wholesale k for Pittsburgh., No. 53, Market di reet. dep 10 Aut. To THE HUMAN RACEl—vDfseens, „what wit/ destroy Life. awl y.% are a great mat. •• Discover what will prolswg Lift. awd the rastii min call you bispottor."... , .. There are facraries.bsdi/y and isteilectsal. *Whirs oar . with which certain herbs have affinity, and miss wltigib they hare poser." Dr. B. Brandreth's External emedy, or LhAlablik , which, by Ito extraordinary poweßrs, ebstraelis now elet''' Sorenesa; tints -Sprains, Fin!' Sinews, Willie Serablllags, Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness. Stiffness of tbe Jobs", Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neck BOIS Thfle• Croup, Contractions of the IllillaClCS, Setobildolll l o. • largements. Tender Feet, and every descriptkra of - 10• jury affecting the Exterior of the Human is AM cured or greatly relieved by Ms never-re be espies/Sty esteilsi remedy. Csavincavx.—The following letter crams VOW Gelh era' Sandford, as to the instills , Of Me Esternal'isie• - • dy, speaks volumes: , . Now Yost, Feh• *, WIC ' , Dear itir—Will you oblige me with another bottle 111 your excellent Liniment? !tie certainly the 604 f of Oa kind I have ever men. it hoe cured entirely m eolie knee, about which I west* oneasy,and I have footed It productive of %immediate relief in several casesicor of filf !ster nal injury in my family. A few eventisa all youngest child was seized with a violent attack of Croup, which was entirely removed In Witty lobo's/. by 11111 0 Ding her chest and throat freely with the Ethereal Lem. edy. I think you ought to unamsbetore this Lininseit for e eera see, lootead of condoles tbe me of it. as yens hav herettlbre dose, to year paricalar acquelotaernet. Yours may. C. W. SANDFORD. Di. B. 11a4x1014011.1141 Broadwal, N. Y, at kb ror sale at 241 Broadway, New Yor and Er 0114 e ,No. Bil Wood web, tituttoirgh. PRICE— k, 50 able Per bottle with 4111.040,05. 00)0- aim wig. a sapartar antriejlier 175 Ws iryWa.-0011.DON. West Mot.