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- 01 *hi BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES rN punmlnce of law, I, JOHN TYLER, Presiclet), .11. of the United States of America, do hereby de clare and make known that public saps will be hell rt. the undermentioned Land Offices, in the State of MICHIGAN, at the periods hereinafter designated, to wit: At the Land Office of GENESSEE, commencing on Monday the ninth day of October next, fur the disposal of the public lands within the limits ante undermentioned townships and fractional townships to wit: • North. of the base line and east of the meridian. Townships thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty three and thirty-four, ant' fractional township thirty•ftve, bor dering on Lake Huron, of range six. Townships thirty-one, tnirty-two and thirty three, and fractional township thirty four, bordering on Like Huron, of range seven. Fractional townships thirty-one, thirtv•-two, thirty three and thirty.four, bordering on Lake Huron and Thunder Bay, of range eight. Fractional townshi d s thirty, thirty. , ne ,thirty-two, and thirtystLee, horderiog on Lake Huron, of range uine. Fractional township thirty, of range ten. North of the base line and West of the meridian. Township thirty.five, and fractional townships thirty-sir, thirty-seven and thirty-eight, bordering on Lake Huron and Mullet's Bay,of range one. Townships thirty-five, thirty-six and thirty-seven, and Iractional townships ihirty-eight and thirty-nine, bordering on Lake Huron, of range twn * At the Land Office at DETROIT, commencing on Monday, the twenty fifth day of September next, fur the disposal of the public lands within the limits of the fillowing detached tracts, viz: The lot number one in section eight; lot number nine in section nine; lots three, four and five in sec, tion seventeen, and lot number one in section eigh, teen, which have recently been surveyed in township six, South of range ten, East of the Lands appropriated by law for the u'e of snhools, military, or other purposes, will be excluded from sale. The sales will each be kept open for two weeks, [unlessthe lands are soonerdisposed of] and no longer. and no private entries of land, in the townships so offered, will be admitted, until after the expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this eighth day of June, Anno Domini, 1843 JOHN TYLER. By the President TRo. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office NOTIeIE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption to any lends within the Emits of the township. above enumerated, is requited to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver of the pro per Lard Office, and make payment therefor as soon pas raclicable after seeing this notice, and before the day appointed for the commencement of the public sale of the township , embracing the tract claimed, above designated, otherwise such claim will be for , felted. THO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land OJke. june 27—tds. BY THE PRESIDENT OF PiIE U. srA-pss pursuance of law, Linnx TYLER. President of the United States of America, do hereby de. dare and make known that public sales will be held at the undermentioned Land Offices, in the State of MISSOURI, at the perinds hereinafter designated, to wit: AT PLATTSBURG, in Clinton county, the seat of the Land Office for the Platte district of Missou ri, commencing on Monday, the ninth day of Octo ber next, far the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships, and fractional town- ships, to wiz: .Mortit of the base line and west of the fifth prinei. pal meridian, and west of the former western bonb dary of the State. Township Sixty two, of range thirty four. Townships sixty one and sixty three, of range thirty fire. Townships sixty two and sixty four, of range thirty six. Townships sixty one and sixty three, of range thirty seven. Townships sixty two and sixty four, of range thir ty eight. The west half of township sixty one, of range thirty nine. Fractional township sixty two and township sixty four, of range forty. Fractional townships sixty two and sixty three, of range forty one. Fractional townships sixty three and sixty four, of range forty two. North of the base line and east of the fifth principal meridian, and west of the former western boundary of the Stale. Townsh:ps sixty one and sixty two, of range twenty seven. Townships sixty. sixty one and sixty two, of range twenty eight. Township sixty one, of range twenty nine. Also at the same place, commencing on Monday, the thirteenth day of November next, for the disposal of the public lands within the limits of the undermen tioned townships and fractional townshi;is, viz: North of the bate line and west of the fifth principal meridian, and west of the former western boundary of the State. Fractional townships fifty, fifty one, fifty three fifty five and fifty seven, ofrange thi ty three. Townships fi'ly two, fifty four, fifty six, fifty sigh and sixty, of range thirty four. Fractional township finy one, townships fifty three fifty five, 1, actional township fifty seven and town ship fifty nine, of range thiity five. Fractional townships fifty four, filly six, and fifty seven and town hip sixty, of range thirty Fractional townships fifty five, fifty six, fifty eight and fifty nine, of range thirty seven. Fractional townships fifty five and sixty of range thirty eight. At the Land office at LEXINGTON, commenc— :ng on Monday the second day of October n.xt, lot the disposal of the public lands within the limits of the undermentioned townships, to wit:— North of the 'base line and west of the fifth principa meridian Townships thirty six, thirty seven and Wily eight of range fourteen. Tow - nehips thirty five and thirty seven, of range fifteen, To nship thirty five of ranges sixteen and nineteen Townships thirty five, thirty six, thirty seven and thirty eight, of range twenty one. Township thirty eight, of range twenty three. Township thirty nine, of range twenty eight. Townships thirty eight and thirty nine, of range twenty nine. Township forty, of ranges thirty one, thirty two and thirty three. South west fractional quarter of section twenty one, and the north east and north west fractional guns ters of section twenty four in township tifty one, south of Missouri river, of range twenty South west quarter of section seven, in township forty nine, of range twenty seven. Lands appropriated by law, for the use of schools military or other purposes, will be excluded from sale. The sales will each be kept open for two weeks, [unless the lands are sooner disposed of] and co longer; and no private eotriee ofland in the town ships so offered will be admitted, until after ,he es• pinstion of the two weeks. Given under my hand at the City of Washington, this eighth day of June, Anno Domini, 1843, JOHN TYLER. By ihe President: THO. H. BLAKE, Gmn'r of the General Lend Office siNOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS - Every penion claiming the right of pro•emption to soy lends within the limits of the townships above enumerated, is rewired to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver of the proper Land Oflice, and to make payment therefor, as soon at practicable after seeing this notice, and be fare the day appointed for thecummencement of the public sal.>, ofthe toa nshi,), embracing the tract claimed, above designated: otherwise such claims will be forfeited, .. TIIO. [I. BLARE, Commi•sianer of the General Land Office, joie 29—td s. BY THE PRESIDENT OF TUE S FATES. IN pursuance of law, 1, JOHNTYLER, President of the United States of America, do hereby de , elate and make known, that public saves will be held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the Territory of lOWA, at the periods hereinafter deslgnatect, to wit: At the Land Office at DU BUQUE, commencing on Mohday, the sixteenth day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands within the limits of the undermentioned townships, viz: North of the base line and East of the sth principal nzeridtan. Town3hips eighty-two and eighty-three, of range one. Townships eighty-otia, eighty-two and eigh'y hree, of iange two. Townships eighty-one, eighty two and eighty. three, of range three. Township eighty-three, of range five. An 1.61411 d in the Mississippi river, containing thir ty-one 80-100 acres, forming parts of sections thirty , four and thirty-five, in township seventy-eight, of range three. North of the base line and West of the sth prinapd Townships eighty-two and eighty-three, of range e. At the Land Office at FAIRFIELD, commen. Jig on Monday, the second day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands hereinafter designa ted, North of the base line and West of the 5111 principal meridian. Township seventy-Aix, of range nine. An island in the Mississippi river., forming parts of sections seventeen, eighteen and nineteen, in township sixtyeight, of range two, and parts of sec tions thirteen and twentrfour, of township sixty eight, of range three. Two small islands in the Mississippi river, forming part of section six, in township seventy, of range one, and parts of sections one and twelve, in town. ship seventy, of range two. An island in the Mississippi river, forming parts of sections fifteen, sixteen,twenty-one and twenty two, except that portion of the island within the limits of section sixteen, and two ilands in the same river,one of them forming a portion of sections twenty-two, twenty-six and twenty-seven, and the other, parts of sections twenty-two and twenty-seven—all in town ship seventy-four of range two. Three islands in the Mississippi river, forming parts of sections twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty• three, twenty-six, twenty-seven and thirty.four, ex cept so much of Huron Island as lies within the li mits of section sixteen, in township seventy -Vivo, of range one An island in the Mississippi river, forming part of section three, in township seventy-two, of range one, and pelt of section thirty-four, in township seventy three, of range one. An island if. the Mississpp river forming parts of sections twenty-two, twenty-seven and thirty-four, in township seventy-three, of range one. Four islands in the Mississippi river, forming paw of sections twenty-eight to thirty-five, inclusive, in township seventy-seven, of range one. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, military, or other purposes, will be excluded from sale. The sales will each be kept oper. for two weeks, (unless the lands are sooner disposed of,) and no longer, and no private entries of land in the town ships so offered will be admitted, until after the ex piration of the two weeks. Given under my hand at the City of Washingto his eighth day of June, Anno Dontini, 1843. By the President: THO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General land Office NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption to any lands within the limits of the t. , wnships above endmerated, is required to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver of it.e pro. per Land Office, and make payment therefor as soon as practicable after seeing this notice, and before the day appointed for tho commencement of the public sale of ihc township embracing the tract claimed, above designated, otherwise such claim will he for feited. THO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office. June 28-4 e BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES IN N pursuance of law, I, Justrr Tvr.rn, Presul en ot•the United States of America, du hereby de clare and make known, that public sates will be held at the undermemioned Land Offices in the State of _ - - LLINOIS. at the periods hereinafter designated o wit: At the Land Office at DIXON, commencing on Monday, the - thirtieth day of October next, fur the disposal 'ol the lands within the undermen tioned trwnships, and parts of tawn<hips ' to wil: North of the baseline and East of the third principal meridian - Townships thirty six, thirty seven, thirty eight, thirty nine, forty, fo: ty four and forty six, of range one: Townships thirty six, thirty seven, thirty eight, thirty nine, (tiny and fitly one, of range two. Townships thirty seven, thirty eight, thirty nine, forty and forty one, of range three. The southeast quarter of section fourteen, and the south west quarter ofssction twenty tour, in town ship thirty three, of range one. The south west quarter of section two, in town. ship thirty three, of range three. The east half of the north east quarer of section twenty one, and the west half of the north west qua• ter of section twenty two, in township thirty six, of range three. The west half of the north east quarter of section twee'' , one, iu township thirty one, north of the Dose line, Of range one, west of the third principal The east frn.ctien of the north west fractional quarter of section twenty one, (on the east side of Rock River) in township forty thiee, of rang , : one, east. North of chebade line and of the fourth principal meridian Township eighteen, of range two. Townships eighteen, twenty four and twenty five, in range three. Townships eighteen, nineteen.twenty four, twen ty five and twenty six, of range four. Townships eighteen nineteen, twenty four, twenty five and twenty six, of lenge five. Township twenty two, of range six. Township twenty three, of range seven. The north east quarter of section thirty, in town ship eighteen, of range one. The northeast quarter of section thirteen, in township nineteen, of range one. The north east fractional quarter of section thirty four, in township twenty one, of range two. The east half of the north east quarter of section eighteen, in township twenty three, of range fowl. The east half of the south east qt.arter of section seventeen, in township twenty one, of range seven. The west half of toe north west fractional quarter of section five, in township twenty one, of range nine. The south west quarter of section three, and the south east quarter of section thirteen, in township twenty two, of range nine. The west halt of toe north east quarter of section thirteen, in township twenty three, of range nine. The west hailer the south west quaver of section twenty, in township fifteen, and the east half of the south west quarter of section twelve, in township twenty eight, ofrange ten. The north east quarter of section three, west naives of sections six and seven, south half of seciion eleven, north half and south west quarter of section fourteen, east half of section fifteen, east half of sec- tion seventeen, west halves of sections eighteen and nineteen, north halves of sections twenty oce and twenty two; south halves and north west quarters of sections thirty and thirty one; south half and north meridian JOHN TYLER east quarter of section thirty two; south half and north west quarter of section thirty three, and the south west quarter of section thirty four, in township thirteen. The north half of sections one to six, in clusive, south west quarter of ection six; west halves of sections seven, eighteen, nineteen, thirty and thirty one, and tile north west quarter of arc tion twenty three, in township fourteen, of range four. Sections three, ten, fourteen. fifteen and twenty five; north halves of sections one, two four, five, six. seven, twenty one, twenty two and twenty four; south halves of sections eight and twenty three; west halves of sections eighteen, nineteen, thirty and thirty one; south west quarters of sections six, seven and twenty four; south east quarters of se tioos four, twenty and twenty two; north west quarters of sec tion eleven, and north east quarter of section thirty three, in township four - teen, of range six. North of the base line and West of thefourth principal Township fifteen, the east part of an island in Rock river, in section thirteen; also, fractional sec ttens eighteen and nineteen, in township seventeen, of range two. Fractional sections nineteen and twenty one; west Italia fractional section twenty two; north half ofsec. tion twenty five; east half of the north east quarter of section twenty six, south halves of sections twenty seven and twenty eight, and north west quarter of section twenty eight; north half of section thirty; north east goat ler, south west quarter, north half of north west quarter and west half of south east quar ter of section thirty one; section thirty two, except the west halfof the north west quarter; sections twenty nine, thirty three and thirty (our, and the west half of the north west quarter of section thirty five, in township seventeen, of range three. Fractional sections twenty one to thirty two, in• elusive, and section thirty-three, in township seven. teen, of range four. Part of an island In the Mississippi liver, ie sec tion three, in township fifteen; fractional sections one, two, eleven, flturteen, twenty two, twenty three, twenty seven an I Van) , four, in township sixteen and the fractional section this ty six in the tractional township seventeen, cifrangeisix. At the Land Office at CHICAGO, commencing on Monday the twenty fifth day of September next, for the diFposal of the public lands net entailer desig• tutted, to, wit: North of the base line and East of the Third principa Fractional townships thirty one and thirty two bordering on the Indiana State Line, of tange fif teen. The ea.>t frartion of the smith east quarter of sec tion six, in township thirty three, or range four. The east half and the north west quarter of the north east quarter of section three, and the north half of the north west quarter or the same section, in township thirty nine. of range eight. The east half of the south east quarter of section fifteen, in township forty three, of range eleven. The north west quarter of section twelve, in toWn ship forty,ofratite thirteen. At the Land Office at DANVILLE, commencing on Monday, the second day of October next, far the disposal of the public lands within the limits of frac,. tional townships twenty eight, twenty nine arid ihiity;' north of the base line, of range ten, west of the se cond principal meridian. At the Land Office at KASKASKJA, commencs leg oil Monday, the sixteenth day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands within the limits of the southeast quarter of section thirty three, and the southwest fractional quarter of ate lime section, on island twenty four, in the Mississippi river, in township thirteen, south of range three, west. At the Land Office at EDWARDSVILLE, com mencing on Monday, the ninth day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands within the limits of fractional sections thirty one and thirty two, in township six, north of range let,, west, and fraction. al section twenty five, in township ix north, of range eleven west,constituting islands numbered_sixty and sixty one, in the Mississippi ri'er. At the Land Office at QUINUY, commencing no Monday, the twenty third day of October next, ful the disposal of the public lands within the limits of the undei mentioned ti ante, viz: North of the base line and Rail of the fourth principa, The not th half and sndth east quarter of section twenty three, in township four, of range three. The norm west quarter of section twenty two, in township seven, of range seven. Lands appvpriated by law for the use of :chants, military, ur other purposes, will be excluded from ea e. The sales will each be kept open for two weeks (unless the lands are sooner disposed of) and no longer; and to private entries of land in the town.. ships so offered will be admitted until ■fler the expi ration of the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the dry of Washington, this eighth day of June, Ann.) Domini 1843. JOHN TYLER. By the President Tuo. H. BLAKE, Cornmis,ioner of the General Land Office NOTICE TO PRE EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person ent,tled to the right of pre-emption to any lands within the limits of the townships above enumerated, is required to establish the same to the satisfdctiun of the register and receiver of proper Land Office, and make payment therefor, as soon as practicable offer seeing this notice, and before the day appointed for the commencement of the public sale of the township embracing the tract claimed, above designated, otherwise such claim will he forfeited. THEO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office. June 28—t030 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES IN pursuance of the law, 1 ions TYLER, Presi• dent of the United States of America, do here by declare and make known that public sales will be held at the undermentioned Land Offices, in the Territory of WISKONSAN,at the pei iuds hereinaf ter d‘ signaled, to wit: At the Land Office at MINERAL POINT, corn_ mencing nu Monday, the twenty-third day of Ot.to. ber nest, f r the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships and fractional tcwit ships, viz: North of the base line and Westnf the fourth princi pal meridian. Towilitittp eight, iffattige five. North of the bate line and East of the fourth princi pal nteridian.and North of the Wiskonsan river. Fractional Townships eight and nine, of range one. Fractional Township eight, including parts of isl ands in sectidns eleven, twelve,.thirteen and four teen, and township nine, of range 'two. Fractional township eight, including parts of isl ands in wtion eighteen, of range three. Factional township eight, 01 range (our. Fractional township eight, including the island in section nine, and township nine, of range five. Fractional townships nine and ten, of range six. Fractional townships nine, tea and eleven, of range: seven . Fractional township eleven, of range eight. At the Land Office at GREEN BAY, commenc. in; on Monday, the second day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands Within the under. mentioned tot% whips, towit: North of the base line and East of the fozerth princi- pal meridian. Fractional townsnip eleven, [including the island] on the north side of the Wiskousan river, range nine. Sections four, five, six, seven, eight, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-eight, twecty nine, thirty, thirty-one, thirty•two and thirty.tcree, lying west of the Winnebago Lake and Fox River, in township twenty, of range seventeen. At the Land Office at MILWAUKIE, commen. clog on Monday, the sixteenth day of October next, for the disposal of the public lands hereinafter desig nated, vic: rth of the base line and East of the fourth princi• pal meridian. Township ten, of range ten. The west half of the southwest quarter of section three, of township two, of range nineteen. The east half of section 'neutral:, in township en, of range twentrone. meridian merviian. meridian The lot number five of the southwest fractional quarter of section nine, in township three, of range l twenty-three. Tha southeast fractional quarter of section nine. ieen,and the lots one and two, or northeast liaction• al quarter of section thiry, in township two, of range twentpstliree. Lands adt.roprtated for the use ofschools, or other purposes, will he excluded from sale. The saes will each be kept open for too weeks, [unless the lands are sootier disposed of and no longer; and no pr vale entries of land, in the town ships so offered, will he admitted, un'il after the ex. pira Lion of the two weeks. - - Given tinder my hand, at the City of Washington, Mut eighth day of June, Anno Domini 1843. By the Pfesideo.: Tito. El. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office NOTICE TO PREEMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of preemption to any lands within the limits of the townships above enumerated, is required to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register and Receiver of the pro per Land Office, and make payment thetefor, as soon as practicable after seeing this notice, and before the day appointed f r the commencement of the public. sale of the township, embracing the tract claimed above designated, otherwise such claim will be fol. felted. THO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office June 27—ta rTO INVA,ADS. 1):)-Ilow important it Is that you commence without loss oftime with Bajttaaara's PILLS. They Mildly hut surely remove all Impurities from the blood, and no case of sickness can affect the human frame, that these cote• Noted Pills do not relieve as much ar medicine cast do. Colds and coughs are more benentted by the Brandreth Pills than by lozenges and canales. Very well, per haps.as paliat Ives, but worth nothing as eradicators of diseases from the human system. The BIUNDRILTLI PILLS cure, they do not merely relk ve, they cure diseases, whether chronic or recent, infectious or otherwise, will certainly he cured by the use of these all sufficient Pills. CURE OP A CANCEROUS SORE. SING SING, January 21,1343. Doctor Bortjantin BrasdretA—Honored Sir: Owing to you a debt of gratitude that money cannot pay, 1 mu induced to make a public acknowledgembitt of the benefit my wife has derived from your Invaluable pills. About three years this winter site was taken with a pain in her ankle, which soon became very much inflamed and swollen, so much so that we became alarmed, and sent for the doctor. During hisattendance the pain and swell in! inereneed to an alarming degree. and In three weeks from its first commencing it became a running sore.— She could get no rest at night the pain was so great.— Oar first Doctor attended her Tor sit months, and she received no benefit whatever, the pain growing worse, and the sore larger all the while. Re said If It was heal ed up It would be her death, but he appeared to he at a loss how to proceed, and my poor wife still continued to suffer the most terrible tortures. We therefore sought other aid In a Botanical doctor, who said when he first saw it that he could soon cure the sore, and give her ease at once, To our surprise he gave her no relief, and acknowledged that It batted all his skill. 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In a little over two months from the time she first commenced the use of your invaluable Ptile, her ankle was guile sound, and her health better than it had been in quite a number of years before. I send you thin statement after •wo year: , test of the cure, considering it only an act of justice to you and the public a , large. We ore, with much gra nude, Very respectftilly, TIMOTHY 4- ELIZA A. LITTLE P. S. The Botanical Doctor pronounced the sore can cerous, and finally raid no good could be done, unless the whole of the flesh wet+ cut Mr, and the bone scraped.— Thank a kind Providence, this made us resort to your pills, which saved us from all further misery, and fur Which we hope t he thankful. T. d • E. L. "Sold at 25 cents per !Ids, with directions. Observe the new labels, each having upon It two gig. natures of Dr. Brandreth. Bo each box of the genuine has nix signatures—three Benjamin Brandreth and three B. Brandreth upon It. The only place in Pittsburgh where the real Bran dreth rills ran l a obtained, Is the Doctor's own °Bice. In the Diamond, behind the Market house. Mark, the genuine Brandreth Pills can never be obtained in any drug store. The followins are the only asents appointed by Dr. ft Brandreth, for the Wear his Vegetable Universal Pills In Allegheny county: Aarer.G H LEE, Pittsburgh Mr. John Glass—Altegheny, Robert Duncan—Birminsham. C. P. Diehl—Elizahellituwn. H. Rowlard—M'Keesport. Pressly Irwin—Pleasant Hill. John Johnston—NoMestown. Chegsman i• Spaulding —Stewartstown Arden Connelt—Clinton. Robert Smith Porter—Tarentum. George Power—Fairview. Drysid R Coon— Plum township. Daniel Ng:ley—tart LißerlYs Edward Thompson—Wilkinsburgh Wm, 0. Hunter—Allen's Mill NOTICE TO DR. BRANDRETH'S AGENTS. The office rittsburgh which was established for the purpose of constituting agents In the west, having accam. plc shed tbat object, is now closed, and Mr, G. H. LEE intim Dism tnd, Market street, appointed sty agent for the sale ofTilis and Liniments All Dr. Brandeilis agents will therfore.undersland,that Dr_B• trill send a travelling agent through the country once a year to collect moneys for tales made and re-supply agents, The said traveller will be provided with a power of attorney, duly proved before the Clerk of the city and county of New York, together with all necessary vouchers arid papers, Mr..l, .1. Yoe, it my travelling agent now In Pennsyl. canto, B. BRA NDE'III, M. DI N. 8, Remember Mr. G• H, Lee, in rear of the Mar. ket is now my only agent In Pittsburgh. New Yurk,June 14th, 1843, THE tRUE WAY TO RECOVER HEALTH. fr r An Individual only wishes to know the right way to retie It; and there are none, were II FORZIII made known how Lux rulgtit be prolonged and Hs.lrn re covered. w: o would not adopt the plan. Evidence required that the right way is discovered. 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When used where the skin Is very tender or broken, it should be mixed with one or two pints of water. .q rare Testoj Genuine Brandretk Pills,—Examine the box of Pills, Then look at the certificate of agency, whose engra . ved date must be within the year, which every authorised agent most ponces; If the three labels on the box agree with the three labels on the certificate, the Pills are tree—if not, they are false, PrinelOal office, 341 Broadway, New York: Jan 11. PTO THE LADIES.—WOY do you not remove that superfluous hair you have upon your foreheads and upper tip 1 By calling at Tr:r-rues, 86 Fourth at., and obtaining a bottle of Couraud's Pondres Subtles, which will remove it at once without affecting the skin. You can also obtain Gouraud's truly celberated Ens de Beaute, which will at once remove all freckles, pimples, crop. lions of the skin, and make your face look perfectly fair; and to those who wish to assist nature by adding more color to their cheeks, they can obtain some ofGouraud,s celebrated Liquid Rouge, wnich cannot be rubbed off even by a wet cloth. Also may be found a good assortment of Perfumery, sack as Cologne, Bears' Oil, Almond, r , Windsor; and other Soaps. Remember, at Tuttle's Medical Agency, 86 4th streeld Druggists and others can besupplied at Wholesale and retail terms. may 26 1842 JOHN TYLER ARE now known to thousands as a most extraordina• ry remedy for this affliction as well as the incon trovertible fact of their curing DYSPEPSIA. Will those suffering only ask among their friends if they have nut known of the positive effects or said Pills. and if they do not hear them more warmly praised (and deservedly too) than any other, then let them net buy them. In these few remarks, all fancy or imagination is excluded, and nothing will he said of their merits at any time but what can lie fairly proved by respectable members of our community. Read the following certificate given by a resoectahle citizen of Alloglieny city,and attested by ()be of thejudg. es of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny co. ALLEGULNY CITY, January 9,1343• DR. BRODIRI Dear Sir—l have for a number of year, past been af flicted with a severe and almost constant Headache, a rising from derangement of stomach and bowels and al. though I have taken nearly every kind of Medicine re commended for its cure, have never derived any mate vial benefit until I used sonic of your truly valuable An. ti Dyspeptic Pills. I have not taken quite two boxes and consider myself perfectly relieved from that distresung complaint. I have no hesitation in recommending your Pills as the best medicine I have ever used. Yours, Respectfully, 1. R. TURNER. I . am acqua,nted with Mr, Turtle-, I have no liesita tion In certifying that I consider the statetneats of Mr, T. respscilne Dr. Brodle's P.lls, as entitled to ine most perfect and entire confidence. HUGH DAVIS. For sale, Wholesale and Retail at the Brndonlan Pill Establishment Pittsburgh Pa ; and by all authorised a• gents throughout the Union Alle'y city Jan 9 1945 WARRANTED GENUINE.—Dr. William Evans's Camomile. Pills, CZETITICLTES.—Leiter from the Ilan. M'Clel lan,Sulllvan County, East Tennessee, Memberof Congress W•SEIINGTON, July 3d. 1838. _ _ Sir_Since I have hews in this city I have used some 01 your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and satis faction, and believe it to be a most valuable remedy. One of ray constituents, Dr. A. Carden, of Campbell county, Tennessee, wrote to me to send him some. which I did, and he has mployed it very successfully in his practice, and says 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 Carries, as a proper person to officiate for the sale of your celebrated medicine. Should you coMmission him lie Is willing to act for you. You can send the medicine by water to the care of Rohert King A- Sons, Knoxville county, Tennes. 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 T;mneilee, a great deal of medi• eine would be sold. lam going to take some of It home for my own use, and that of my friends, and should like to hear from you whether you would like an agent at Montville, Sullivan County. East Tennessee; I eau get some of I he merchants to act for you as I live near there. Ycurs respectfully, ARRA HA M M'CLELLAN, of Tennessee. For sale Wholesale and Retail, try R. E SELL ERS„Agent, No. 20. Wood street,tielow Second.') DR. WILLIAM EV ANS'S SOOTHING SYRUP,— This Infaliible remedy has preserved hundred , when thought past recovery, from convulsions. A s soon as the Syrup is rubbed on the viols, the child will seer v. er. This preparation Is so innocent, so efficacious, and so pleasant, that no child will refuse to let its gums he rub bed with it. 14'lleti infantsare at the age of four months lho' there Is so appearance of teeth, one brittle of the Syrup should he used to open the pores. Parents should sever be without the syrup In the nursery where there are young clilldren,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 gams; thereby prevent. ing Convu alone, Fevers, ic•c. For Sale Wholesale and Retail by R. 'E. SELLERS, Agent, sep 10 No. 20. Wood street, below Second. . . LEVER'COMPLAINT cure?' by the I.tze of Dr. liar Deli's compound Strensi heniii.l and A peilent Pllis Mr. Win. Richard., of Pittsburlh,Pa„ entirely cured of the above distressin! di , ea , e His symploms were pain and welitht in the left side. les. of appetite, vomiting, acid erUclatiuns, a distension of the stomach. sick hend•ache. furred tonene. countenance chanced toa citron color, diffi rutty of breal him/. disturbed rest, attended wilh a couch. treat debility, with other symptoms i idicalina crest de rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richard had the advice of severnl ptiv:icinmi, but received no relief, until itsin: Dr. Darlich's Medicine, which termina. ted in clieetins a pe-fect cure. Principal (Are. 19 North Ei.4llllt Street, Philadelphia For sale In Pilll.l . our4ll by Samuel Frew, corner of Litter ly and Wood streets. 10 BARON VON HUTCIIELEI 11F:11B P ILLS. These Pills are composed of hctts, which exert a specific action upon the - heart, give impulse or strength to the arterial system; the blood Is quickened and equalized Iri its circulation throu2h all the vessels, whether nf the skin, the parts situated Internally. or the extremities; and as all the secretions of the body are drawn from the blood, there IS a consequent Increase or every secretion, and a quickened action of the absorbent and exhalent, or disc liergin2 vessels. Anv morbid action which may hove taken place is corrected, all obstruc tions are rim/seed, the blond is o untied. and the body tea Imes a b eir WV state. For.; ale iVholesate and Re tau by R E SELLERS, &tent, sap 111 s ) Wood st. below Second mar Zi, 1843 PILLS cured by the t se of Dr. flarlich's Compound Strengthening and German Aperient Pills Dr. Harnett—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the Agency from you for the sale of your medicine. I formed an acipainiance wilh a lady of this place, who was severely afflicted with The Piles. Poi kilit or ten years this lady was subject to frequent attache, and her physician considered her case complicated. that he very seldom prescribed medicine Ibr her. Through my persuasion, site cronmenred usin2. vonr Pills, and was perfectly cured. Yours, iS-c. JAMES R. KI RBY October 3, 1840. Chambersling, Pa. . _ Irr Office and General Depot, No. 19. North Eizlitl Street, Philadelphia. And he Saintly! Frew, corner Liberty and Wood streets Pillshorzh. sep 10 AS USUAL. N O sooner does one of Dr. Leidy' preparations be come popular, in consequence of its success and ef ficacy, than it Is counterfeited or imitated. To prevent imposition. Dr Leidy has now procured moulded bottles for his celebrated Toter and Itch Oint. ment, with the words 'Dr Leidy's Teller end Itch Clint_ ment,' blown in the glass, besides coslaining his written signature en a yellow hbel outside. Dr Leldy's Tester and Itch Ointment, has proved more efficacious than any other preparation for Tetter, Itch, Dry and Watery Pimples or Pustules, and diseases of the skin generally, It has been employed in schools, factors as, and on board vessels carrying passengers, where children. as well as grown persons, contract diseases of the skin from their contagious nat ue, with the most unexampled FUCCPV; certificates and recommendations have been heretofore published from them, and nunp rous others might be ob_ rained for publication, but for the objections most persons have, to having their names published in connection with such disagreeable and loathsome affections In no single Instance has it ever been known to rm. It has been used upon infants and by persons of all ages. It is perfectly safe, contains no mercury in its composition.and may be used under all circumstances. . . Price Twenty.five cents a bottle. Prepared and sold at Dr Leidy's fleallb Emporium, (sign of the Golden Ea gle and Berpents,l and by B. A. PA EINESTOCK 4- CO. corner of Wood and Binh streets, Agents for Pittsburg. .011712 Headache ! Headache ! BRODIE'S ANTI DYSPEPTIC PILLS rPPF- 1k , . / x\r9„ ... . ___,,,,,, _ IIHE subscriber has Just received bi■ annual supply o IL Landreth's Garden Seeds, consisting la part ofta following kinds—all of the last years crop 4 warranted ernuine: ' Bearags Egg Plant, t tarsnip, Beets, Endive, Peas, Leans, Kale, Pepper, Leek, Pumpkin, Broscoli, IV twee, Radish, Borecok, Mater Melon, Rhubarb, Cabbage, Nusk, .‘ Salaary, Carrot, asturtium, Cauliflower, Spinach, Squash, Celery, Okra, Tomatoes, Curled Cress, Onion, Turnip, Cucumber, Parsley, Corn, Mustard, (white and brown) &c. &e. &c. Together with ,r variety of rot 4. s weet herbs and down seeds, Orders for Seeds, Shrubs; Tr es, 4.c.. from Garde*. ers and others will be received and promptly attended F 'SNOWDEN, No. 134 Liberty. head of Wood at. Dr. Sive/az—Dear Sir:— Permit me to take the liberty of writing to you at this time to express my approbation and to recommend to the attention of heads of families and others your invaluable medicine—the Compound Syrup of Prunus Virginians, or Wild Cherry Bark. I• my travels of late I have seen in a great many instances the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving dill dren of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughing Wheezing, Choaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, to !rc. I should not have written this letter, howevet ,at presen , alt hough I have felt it my duty to add my testi. mony it. It for some lime, had it not been for a late In. stance where the medicine above alluded to was teatru• mental in restoring to perfect health an "only child," whose rase was almost hopetim, In a family of my ac quaimance. thank Fleavrn," said the dilating moth. '"my child is saved from the jaws of death! 0 how feared the relentless ravager But my child is safe! to safe"' jan 13—ly Beyond all doubt Dr. Swaynes Compound Syrup o tVild Cheer) is the most valuable medicine in this or any other country. lam certain I`. ave witnessed more than one hundred cases %%here it has been attended with COM. Mete succesif. I am wising it myself in an obstinate at. tack of Bronchitis, in which it proved effectual in a •x. ceedingly snort time. considering the severity of the ease. I ran recommit it in the fullest confidence orks virtues; t would advise that no family should be it; It is very pleasant and always beneficial double and often ten times its r,, ice sured there is no quackery about it. R. Jsrason Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian N.l. Sold by WM. THORN. who'esale 4 retail, on for Pitishurelt. No. 53, Market street ABOON TO TIIE HUMAN RACE!—..Di what !cal deetroy Life, and you area fr , . "Dtscaver what will prolong Life, and the wet call you Impostor." "There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, wit mititchich certain herbs have affinity, and oval they have poiser." Dr. B. Brandreth's External Remedy, or Liniment which, by Its extraordinary poi:vets, abstracts Pain or Sorene-s; thus Sprains, Stiff Sinews. White Swellings Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Joints Tumors, Unnatural Hardness, Stiff Neck Sore Threat Croup, Contractions of ilk 'nihscles, Scrofulous en largements, Tender Feet, and eSery description of t Jury affecting the Exterior of the Duman Flame,tr cured or ;.featly relieved by his neverto be evident extolled remedy. CERTIFI , ATY.—The folldiving Idler from Major CNA eras Sandford, as to the qualiiielof the riternal Beale Jy, speaks volumes Dear Sir—Will you oblige me with another bottle 8( your excellent Liniment? It is certainly the best of tI kind I have ever seen. It has cured entirely my eon's knee, alout which I was so tineasy.and 1 haVe rootlet 'lt productive of immediate relief in several eases of exiOr nal injury in my family. A few evenings since. ml youngest child was seized with a violent attack °reran; which was entirely removed In twenty mirottes:hy rub Filo; her chest and throat freely with the External Rem sty. I think you ought to manufacture this Liniment lor general 115 C, instead of confining the use of it, as rib have heretofore done, to your particular acquaintance!. Yours linty, C. W. SANDFORD DR. B. Dr:ANDY/ETA. - 241 Broadway, N. Y. LIF=-For sale at - 241 Broadway, New York, and at tam office In the Diamond, Pittsburgh. PE 10E-50 tenth I.er bottl e with itirprtionc. sep 10 TO THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TEND TO PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE DISEASE.-7h alas of individuals is very numerous. They are those who work in an unhealthy al lonflinere. Printers, work men in feather stores, stone cutters, bakers, white lead InanufacThrers, are alt more or subject to disease ae• cordinito I tie ~ i trenath of their constitution. The ant) method to prevent diSet , P. is the occasional use ofa medicine which abstracts from the circulation all delefe riot's humors, and expels them by the bowels. Tonto In any form arc injurious, a they only "at off the eif day to make it more fatal. The tee of Brandreth's Pill will insure health, because they take all Impure malt& out of the blood; and the body Is not weakened hits !trans' hened by their operation, for these vahsatile I'lh do not force, but they assist nature, and are not opposed but harmonize with her. Sold at Dr. BrandretlA Office, in the Diamond Pltl , burgn. Price 25 cents per box, with fall directions. MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh where the GENUINE Pitts can be obtained,is the Doctor's own of rice In the Dl.itnond. cep 10 BR ANDRETH'S PILLS, • SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT OF 7 THE UNITED STATES. THE METHOD OF PREPARING THE • Ir ANDREFIJIAN VEGETABLE EL. TR ACTS Caveat entered 9th June, 1842—Patent granted to Benjomin Band, e;h,2oth January, 1843. The extract, of which I - haw-Item'. Pills are co posed are ohiained by this tow patented proee without hoiling nr airy rrpplicetion of heal. The ac 7, rive principle of the herbs is thus secured the sato' as it is in the LIVING VEGETABLE• The Public should be cautions of medicines rec— oomme,,cie t in ad t-ertiquents s , oleti from me, in which the CONTEMPTIBLE Bonet - Hs steals my lan— zitage, merely altering, the name. Time will show these wholesale decei , ert; in their true light, • THE MF:DICINE OF THE PEOPLE. BRANDRETIF:N , PILLS are the People's Medici,.e, proved by then-ands who daily recrom mend them to the afflicted. The BRANDBETH PILLS are growing tavery day more popuhr, ,their % - i,tues are extenriii.g their usefulness. The sick of both sexes are daffy deriving benefit from them. No case of disease but they can be used with advan. laze. Blotches or hat lumps of the skin they speed- ilv cure, so with crysiprlas, so with salt rheum, so with indierstion, so v 4 ith roughs and colds, so with costiveness, so with cancer, so %%itli hot parched lips and canker in the mouth. Let the afflicted use this medicine, and they will find then require no other. Sold at 25 cents per hilt, wilt' directions. Ohcerve the new iahels each having upon it-two signatnres of Dr. Biandreth. So each box Of the genuine has six signatures—three Benjamin Brand reth and three B. Brandreth upon it. The ONLY PLACE in Pittsburgh where the REA Branriteth Pitts CAN BE OBTAIStD, is the Doctor own Office, Diamond back or the Market Hous Mark. the GENUINE BrandrethPills can never be ob e tat, ed in any DRUG STORE. The following as e the ONLY AGENTS appoin t . ed by Dr. B Bt andreth, for the sale of his ;Vegeta ble liniver=al Pills in Allegheny County. G fl Lee—Principal Office, Diamond, Pittsburgh Mr. John Glass—Allegheny. Robert Duncan—Birmingham. C. F. Diehl—Elizabethtown. IL RowlatA—McKeesport. Press) , Irwin—Pleasant Jchn Johnston—Noble , town. Chessman & Spaulning—Stewartstown. Asdell & Connell— Clinton . Robert Smith Porter—Tarentum. George Power—Fairview. David R. Coon—Plum Township. Daniel Negley—East Liberty. 4 Edward Thompson—Wilkinsburgh. Wm. 0. hunter—Altou's February,ls. 1840 The publi 'Nr.v YORK;FCI , . 9, 1842.