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HOWARD it CO„ Jifanufacturtrs of Wall
jvislue, Arc 19, wood Street, Pittsburgk, Pa.—
Maus IdWays on hand an extensive assortment of Satir
, 6tattuld aud Wain PAPER HAMM NCB, Velvet and
q4,lligtaldwu Borders, of the !west style and handsome
isitaisnly for papering halls, parlors and chambers.
T.llepAnartafacture and have on hand at all times
`l*.s:lll4intin:Wrltillg,Letteri Wrapping and Tea Pa per,Bon
';.Act and Pullers' Boards—all of which 'hey offer fur sale
on the arra accommodating term,4 and to which they
luvite thaitUant ton of merchants and others,
ALSO—Blank Book's of ail kinds and the hest quality,
School Hooka, etc. always on hand and for sale as above
N. B. -Rar,st nd Tactiers' Scraps' taken In exchange
BII6IIILOVAL.—The undersigned liegs leave to inform
the public, t hat he has removed from his old stand,
vio the corwm of Penn and St. Clair sts., opposite the Cx
chyle Hotel, where he has fitted up a large FUN° FORTE
Waustoou,eand now offers for sale the most splendid
..,': inniorttnest of PIANOS ever offered in tliii market.
Ais pianos consist of ditrerent patterns, of superior
11, tlan Wood and Mahogany, beautifully finished and mo•
4is,lietled and constructed throughout of the very best ma
ltertals,which, for durability, and quality of tone, as well
aye Intlittlb, he warrants to be superior to any ever sceo
-4, A. ilrohasentarged his manufactory, and made arrange
Vanes io :ripply the increasing demand for this instru
— itient, be respectfully requests those Intending to pur•
• Clifill‘Sn call and iisamine his as.ortinent before purcha.
'ltlng elsewhere. as he in determined to sell LOWER, for
Cigish e than any other establishment east or west of the
talilas F. BLUM I:1,
. • Corner of Penn and St. Clair streets,
w, r '? -
_LII,0 4 0 : • Opposite Me Earlianno Hotel, Pittsburgh. Pa
*lady ritade Coffin Warehouse,
Fourth St , 2 doss: f roll' the U. B. Bank.
r - -;?.:z WM. TROVILLO, UNDERTAKER,
f's R ESPECTFULLY informs the public that be
has remYred his ready made coffin ware.
wwlse to the building recently uccupled by Mr.
R. G. Berford, directly opposite his ola stint!,
where he is always prepared to attend promptly
to any orders it his line, and by strict attention
to all the details f the liminess of an Undertaker,
• !skim tomerit public confidence, He will be prepared
it ata,noette to provide Hearses, Biers, C inges and
*very requtsite on the most liberal terms. Calls from the
Colliwtry will he promptly attended to.
Ma residence is In the same building with his wart.
house, where those who need his services mny rind him
Marty Aline. REFERESCEa:
W;VP P. teem. r REV. JOHA BL•CIE.D. D.
~. stream 4WD LIS, REV. ROEICET BRUCE, D. D.
stress ekt-rosr, REV. SAMUEL WILLIAMS, I
• Ir. a. seccultr, REV. JOSEPH KERR,
SEA‘C HAMRIII, arr. :sates M. D/V1.9,
asp 10 icy. a. P. MITT.
Ga t what makes your teeth so unusually white?
Qnoth Josh's dulcinla to him Collier night,
A... To make yours look so, with a grin, replied lost',
ve brought you a bottle of Thorns' Tooth Wash,
.T.s the best now in use, so the gentlefolks say,
And since they have tried this, cast all others away.
But to provelt the best, to make the :milt shine,
Look again, my dear sat, at the lustre Di HAIM.
'Then try ills great tooth wash,
The Tcaberry tooth wash,
And serif this Tooth Wash of Thorn's is not fine.
Having tried Dr. "Thorn's 'Tea Berry Tooth Wash,'
lad become acquatnted with the ingredients of its compo
altion, I cheerfully say, I consider it one of the safest, as
it is one of the most pleasant Toot It Wasl es now in use.
Pittsburgh Sep. 15, 1842 DAVID HUNT, Dentist.
.1 take pleasure in stating, having made use of-Thorn's
Tea Berry Tooth Wash," tl'e.t it is one of the best deli -
trifices in use. Being in a liquid form, it comb:ties neat
fleas with convenience. White it cleanses the enamel
_v.'. ;land removes the tartar from the teeth, its perfume yells
a fragrance peculiarly desirable. .1. P. TII3BETTS. M.D.
The undersigned have used .iTho-n's Compound Tea
Berry Tooth Wash,"and have found it to be an extreme.
ly pleasant dentifrice, exercising a Most salutary info.
euree over the Teeth and Gums; preserving those hills
ramble members from premature decay, preventing the
beet:mutation of Tartar, and purifying the Breath. Hay.
lug thoroughly tested Its virtues, we take pleasure in re.
tnaismending it to the public, ttelieeing it to be the best ar
ticle of the kind now in use.
1:1V X Roszirrsart, ././1-11ES Pmcir. •
Barr HPXY-BLES, CHAS Ft SCULLY,
D4It1111011,• Witt .M'CAND ES'S,
t.rist AkiORIZZAD, JAS S CRA FT.
EL itINGWAL T, L S JOHNS,
rarpa* and sold by WILLIAM THORN. Apotheca•
to asilebanitst, No. 53 Market street,' Pittsburgh; and
gattaprincina Druggists', and Tuttle's Medical Agen.
as, Tourth street. gen
LOCK AND SCREW FACTORY.
/VIM taabscriber having opened a shop No RI, Second
~A.'street,l'etween Market andVl'ond streetr,Plttshurgh.
6)onertirn with tberactery in Birmingham, respect,
Wily ler irate his friends and the public., that he will be
Dpi to be favored with their orders for any articles in
411,- Door Locks and Fasteners, o ' various . d ceriptiolts, or.
4and and made to order.
Tobacco. ?dill and Timber Screw's.
Large Screws, for iron Works and Screws for Presses,
aside se may be required,
Carpenters and Builders are requested to call before
Aidamtracting for jobs, and examine his articles and prices
Locks repaired and jobbing generally (one in ,he best
tnanner.and on the lowest terms.
may 2--6 m JAS. PATTERSON. Jr•
eidrs Tetter & Itch Ointment.
e cure ofevery variety of TITTER, the ITCH,
01 discazes of the Skin, has proved itself more
khan any other preparalion for the sjme pur-
a of five hundred certificates might he procnrrd
hed of its efficacy trout School Teachers, Pro.
Factories. Parents, Guardians, Child Nurses,
if tiessels and others, were It not for the dell
mint; their names published in connection with
ISC of Dr Leidy's Teller Ointment in corjunc.
his .extract of Sarsaparilla or Blood Pills. he
Antee to cure any disease common to Ihe. skin,
had, Of Of however long standing, or rellinl the
There are however very few instances hut can
y the Ointment alone.
25cents a Box.
e 4 only and sold wholesale and retail at Dr Leh
AU Emporium, 191 N. Second st. Philadelphia,
. A. FAH?(ESTOCK 4- CO. corner of Wood
streets, Agents for Pittsburg. July 12.
BURGH LARD OIL MANU
tbscriber would respectfully inform the citizens
Jurgh, Allegheny and their vicirities, that he
tented manufacturing the article of Lard Oi
tes. He Intends making tint one quality, which
the best made in the Union and not surpassed
tinter strained sperm oil either for machinery
I, "pout its offensive properties, and one
tAli ABOVE IS WARRANTED TG
4141er PEXPERATURE. The subseri•
saga histpress distinctly on the public mind that
necessary to purchase any naw fangled lamps that
nalmed upnn them as being reqUisite to burn the
Persons wishing a pure and brilliant light
it by calling at tht old staod,3d street, nearly
Ate Post (Mice:
Mention of Whst reale dealers, Churches and
i. res A tM ti.7l tve lt
i t.4le will bear the manufacturer's
Jan 2; 1348—t6
PORTABLE BOAT LINE.
For the Transportation of Aferchandize and Produc
PITTSBURGH AND PHILADEL MIA AND
ITTSB UR 011 AND BALTIMORE,
NEW YORK AND BOSTON
Hll VINE respectfully inform th e nubile. that they
• have completed their arrangementsfor the above
INDIVIDUAL AND INDEPENDENT PRINCIPLES
The public has long wished for Individual competition
in Transportation on the Public Works, by which alone
it can be freed from unnecessary expenses and reduced
to Its lowest rates; that wish will now be realized; the
State of Pennsylvania having placed Trucks on her Rail
Roads. Individual owning Portable Boats are enabled
to bid for the Carrying Trade and successfully to com
pete with compatOes.
This line iscompoeed of Twenty new, Four Section
Portable Boats, ow ned by the Captains who command
them and well known as enterprising, industrious and
The superiority anti advantages of the Portable Boat
over every other mode of Ttansportation, are too well
known to shippers generally, to require comment; suf
fice it to say, that the detention, luss.separation and dam
age to Goods, invariably attending three Transhipments
between Pittsburgh and Phiadelphia are by the Portable
Boat most effectually removed.
The Portable Boat pOssesses the great advantage too,
of being, well ventilated and cool in Summer; which pre.
rants Floor from souring, and Baron and Tobacco from
El, Devine, standing as he does, between the owners
of goods and the Boat met who carry them, anti enantly
interested In protecting the interests of botA, will make
no promises to the public he will not faithfully perform.
Ile is now prepared to receive and forward Produce
to Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, and lioston In the
shortest time, and pledge's himself to enter into no corn.
binatlon with other Lines,but always stand ready weeny
obt the principlesof his Line, and contract for freight on
the very lowest terms.
inr'To give undoubted•security to owners and shippers
of goods an open policy of Insurance has been effected.
by ,which-all merchandise shipped by this Line will he
[muted without any additional expense to the owner.
11. Devine will receive all produce consigned to him
at Pittsburgh, pay freight and charges to Steam Boats
and forward the same without delay to Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New York, and £oston without any charge
for advancing or commission.
No. 45 Water Ft., Pitsburgh.
1110:3. BORBIDiE Agent,
272 Market eirect, Philadelphia.
MOORE 4• CHASE Atzen
75 Bowley's Wharf, Baltimore. ,
BOWEN k lIIBBERD, Agents.
CULVER WOODBURN, Agent.
Thos McADAM, d Ca , Agent.
March 10,1342. 27 Old Slip New Volk
JrRM FOR SALO.—The undersigned oilers for sale
his farm, lying in Ross Township 41 miles from the
City of Pittsburgh. containing 114 acres offand of which
60 ate cleared and unde7 fence, l mlsto 20 acres of
meadow, 2 good Orchards of Apple few Peach and
Cherry trees—the improvements ore a ,arge frame bourn.
containing 10 rooms well furnished, calculated for a To
vern tr. private Dwelling, a frame Barn 26 by 60,stone
basemom, and stabling, sheds t lid other out houses suit
able for a tenement;—good Gardens surrounded with
mare nt bushes, and a well of excellent water, with a
pump In at the front door. In relation to the Pittsburgh
and Allegheny market, there is no place now offered for
sate with more inducement to those wishing to purchase
near Pittshorgh, the terms will lie made moderate, for
further particularsapply to the prop, ietor at his Clothing
Store, Liberty street, corner of Virgin Alley.
LA wrIENCE MITCHELL
N. B. If not sold before the Ist of October next. It
will be divided into 10 and 20 acre lots to salt purAa
serve sep 10 z
r AULlPcrilter hasjust received front Philadelphia and
New .York, with a et nerat and extensive assort
ment of Darras, emmucias, PERFUNERr, and
every article in his line of business, which he is deter
mined to sell on the most reasonable tlrms for eash.—
He believes he can offer stronger inducements than any
simila establishment in this city to country Physician
and Merchants, who wish to supply themselves t , ltlt
Drugs and Medicines. His articles have been selected
with the utmost Cs re, and are warranted of the hest mull.
ity and nntformslretisth. Orders tv,tl be filled with or
curacy end leg:Luce, s eau be s applied with Fine
and Fancy Soaps of every conceivable Variety. and of
the mu=i exonisite perfumes; likewise with PerTuulery
and rostriet of Cy( ry desist' p ion.
The undersigned rclntns hist hanks for the liberal sup.
poll heretofore extended to him, and hopes by a constant
disposition to please and accommodate—a rare In pro
curing and smiting only what is excellent and genuine—a
close supervision of the sales and transaction of the estab
lishment —precaut ion and accuracy In compound' med.
tines—and by indus:ry and perseverance. to mer nin
rease of public patronage
may 25. WILLIAM THORN
NEW ESTA BLISHMENf.
r IfE subscribers respectfully inform their friends and
JL the public that they have Just opened the store No
30 rinli street, near the Exchange Bank, and adjoining
Mr. J • D. Williams'Grocery. where they Intend to manu
facture In the hest etyle, and have ready for vale a full
assortment of the first finality of Upholstery Fam is h
Tags, such as (lair, Shuck and Straw Mat trasses, Feath
er Beds, Sackings, 4'r. which they witl sell for Cash at
nearly 100 per cent less than former prices.
ALSO;Sofas, Chalre.ete Upholstered, carpets math:
and Curtains arranged after the newtst fashionn_Ali of
which they offer to execute in a manner unequaled In
this or unsurpassed in any other city,
mnr 20 1Y
FASHIONABLE BOOT MAKING.
BPERRY lakes this method of informing the public
In general that he continues to carry on the
above business In the MoNoso•uxt• floras limorniros
No 1 Water street, where, n ith strict personal attention
he hopes to please all who will favor him wi.h ti sir pa
tronage. From his lone experience In the business, tit
flatters himself that his work cannot he exulted In neat
ness and durability, at leant west of the Mountains; tm
It Is useless to boast—a fair trial Is the best evidence'
To suit the times he manufactures Boots at various pr I
ces; from as low as five dollars op to his best quality,
which he affords otseven dollars per pair. op - 20 3m
Looking Glass Manufactory,
Arid House Furnishing Warehouse, 104 Wood
Streei, near sth.
THE Subscriber having cornplelcd his arrangements
at his neto stand, Is now prepared to offer to his
friends, and the public, a large and complete assortment
of Looking Glasses, and flouse.furnishing Hardware.
(at prices to suit the times.)
Pier and Mantel Gift•33!S In Gilt and Mahogany
,Pramcs, of the nicht apprcved and superior workman
Toilet Glasses with 1,2, 3, 4 and 5 drawers,
-Common, stained, fluted, and v liar framed Glasses
suitable for Merchants, (or those Wanting cheap glasses.)
Japanned I,Vaiter , and Trays ofall colors and patterns.
Ivory hanJle Knives and Fork's, in setts or dozens,
Buck sad Bone handle Table Cutlery.
Carving Knives and Forks, do.
Dixon's Brittania Metal and Coffee Setts (su
American Manufactu 3. do, in setts, or single pieces.
German Silver Tea. and Table Spoons,
Silver plated and Brass Candlesticks, Snuffers do,
Brittania Metal Lamps, Cur burning Sperm or Lard Oil,
Brass and Wire Fire Fenders, (various-patterns.)
Fire Shovels and Tongs, Hand Irons, q• e,
With a variety or other articles too numerous to men—
tion, all of which will be o(rered at the lowest cash pri
N,13. Portrait, Miniatnremnd other Framing done at the
shortest notice, repairing °fall kinds attended to: Look.
ingGlass plales.hy tne box or single light. Prints for Fro.
ming constantly on hand
feb 23 THOS. A HILLIER.
Denning's Pire rroof Iron Chests.
PITTSBURGH, OCT. 22, 1842.
J. Drxxima—On Friday, the 30th of last month, about
9 o'clock at nieht,the Flaning,Grooving and Sash Man
ufactory, owned by Cay, Dilworth 4- Co, with a large
quantity of dressed and undrmated lumber, was ail consu.
med by fire.
The Iron Safe which) . bought of you some time back
was In the most eiposid situation daring the Ore, and
was entirely red hot —I am pleased to Inform you It was
opened at the close of the fire, and all the books, papers,
fre.saved;—this is the beat recommendation I can give of
the utility of your safes.
oct 21—if THOMAS SCOTT.
H DEVINE Agent,
JOHN T. STEWART
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES.
IN pursuance of law, I. Jowl TYLER, President
of the United States of Aineric4, do hereby de.
dare and make known that public si3l , .s will be held
at the undermentioned Land Offices, in the State of
MICHIGAN, at the periods hereinalterdesignated,
At the Land Office of GEN ESSEE, commencing
on Monday the ninth day of October next, for .the
dispnsal of the puhiie lands within the limits of the
undermenthmed townships and fractional townships
North of the base line and east of the meridian
Town,hips thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty three and
thirty-four, am' fractional township thirty•five, bor
dering on Lake Huron, of range Six.
Townships thirty-one, tnirty-two and thirty three,
and fractional ton nahip thirty four, bordering on
Lake I.luron, of range seven.
Fractional townships thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty
three and thirty.foor,horderwg on Lake Huron and
l'hunder Bay, or range eight.
Fractional townships thirty, ire obi rty-tsvo,
and thirty-th:ee, bordering on Lake Huron, of range
Fiaciioual township thirty, of Tattge 't •in„
North of the base line and if of the meridian
Township thirty-five, and fractional townships
Chitty-six, (tidy-seven and thirty-eight, bordering on
Lat,e Huron and Mullet's Bay,of range one.
Townships thirty-five, thirty-six and thirty.seven,
and If artional township; ihirty-eight arid thirty-oMe,
bordering on Lake Huron, of range two.
At the Land Office at DETROIT, commencing
Oil Mon !ay, the twenty-fifth day aSeptember next,
fur the disposal of the public lands within the limits
of the fttllowing, detached tracts, viz:
The lot number one in section eight; lot number
nine in section nine; lots three, four and five in sec.
nun seventeen, and lot number one in section nigh.
teen, which have recently been surveyed in township
Sowh of range ten, East of the metidtan,
Lands appropriat , dby law for the u-e of sohools,
military, cur other purposes, will be excluded from
The sales will ea h be kept open for two weeks,
[unlessthe lands are sooneedisposed 01] and no longer.
and no private entries of land, in the townships so
offered, will be admitted, until e'er the expiration
of the two weeks.
Given under my hand, at the city of Washington,
this eighth day of June, Anno Dornin;, 1843.
By the President;
Trio. li. BLAKI,
Commissioner of the General Land Office
NOTICE TO PRE-ESIPTION CLAIMANTS
Evet y peryoo entiiled to the right of preemption
to Any lands within the I;tnits of the township. stroia
entinterwied, is requited to e441,1i,i1i the snine to the
satisfitciott of ti l e Regis'er and Receiver of the pro
per Lard Office, a itt snake inent ther.Gtr at soon
pas cacheable after seeing au notice, and before the
duy appointed for the commencement of the public
sale of the township, enthrzcing the tract elaimrd,
ab n e Jes:goated, otherwise such Hahn will be tor.
feited. TllO. 11. BLAKE,
Commissioner of the General Land Of/Ice.
Regular Morning 23cket for Beaver.
rirtiE .1 - ; and well knOWI
SITAR? fickettict, ',Easier, will depart daily from Pitt, , -
burgh at 9 o'clock, A. M,, and Beaver at I o'clock P. 111.
For freight yr pass,,ge, apply on hoard, ur to
BIRMING II AM & CO.
No 60 Water atreet
N. R.—The retiv tar canal pacl.ct to Clevelan° Ohl.
Greenville and Meadvilte Pa ; and Magrillion on the
Ohio Canal,conneeting with Wainer Cleveland at [!ea•
ver,will lie in operation Immediatrly on oproint of my
mar 'G -rf
Adams' Patent "Itanghphy"
HAPE now been before
the tiable 3 yearudu•
ring winch tint , several
t hoo-iands have been sold
and in daily use, %We are
confident of being sustained
in sayin_ they are the beet
Cotree Milli in the United
Statrut, any way ynu •fix it.'
geverat tninlifiratintis ate
mallet.) suit the I.itcy of
wivru and the purses .11
ite rusts er &men
Si the titanalatiierY.---
rit,,t 'ewe er,lings made to
FAIR BANKS'PAI'EST PLATVORM SCALES
These genuine ankles, or o'l sites, and tbo.st Improved
varietier,constantly on hand and for Kale at very tutored
prices by the manufacturer, L R. LIVINGSTON,
mart. —tf Front between Ros and Grant sts.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS! SURGICAL. IN
STRUMENTSI T. McCarthy, Cutler aid Surgirus
instruuseut Maker, Third street, nearly opposite the
Pest Office, Pittsburgh
(SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHEARS.)
rhysicians, Dentists and Druggists can have their In•
strurnents made by the suhscriber of a superior quality
and at Eastern prices.
Tailors' Patent Shears and Scissors always on hand.
also Datters Shears, a superior article. Orders respect.
N. B. Aliartteles. warranted or thebeat quality.and
obhing done as usual. aep 10
DTI, LEIDY'S Sis A•P•ItILLit BLOOD BILLS. are appli•
cable in all casts, whether for Pas,gation or PariA•
cation. They possess all the boasted Virtues of other
pills, and are additionally elficacioutt, containing Sarsap
arllla in their composition, which In notcontained in any
other pills in existence. They arealso different from nth
er pills In composition, being paiely vegetable, and can
be employed at all times, without any danger, and re
guides no restraint Gom occupation or usual course of
Notwilitsfanding fir, Leidy never pretended his flood
Pills would cure :111 diseases, yet it k not saying too mach
of t hem. from the innumerable cures performed by them
in every vat lety and form of disease (certifleales of malty
of which have been published from persons of all denom
ination", physicians. clergymen, and others) that they
seem to be almost universal in their effect; and persons
using them for whatever sickness or disease. may rest
assured they will be found more efficacious than any nth
er pills In existence.
From the known reputation of Dr Leidy's Blood Pills,
deemed necessary to remind the public where they
may at all limes procure the sew:tine, se it is attempted
to impose other pills called •Blood Pills' upon the pabltc
on the reputation ofDr,'Leidy's. Erße particutar and
as for Dr Leidy's Sarsaparilla Blood Pills, and see that
the name . of Dr N. B. Leidy is cunt. fined on two sides
(leach box, (the hoses being of paper, and oblong, square
shape, tureounded by a yellow and black labs!.
PRICE-25 cents it Box,
Prepared only, and sold Wholesale and Retail, at Dr
leides Health Emitorlam, 191 North Second street, be
low Vine. Philadelphia, and hi? B. R. FAHNESTOCK
CO currier or Wood and Sixth streets, Agents for Pitts
burgh July 12 ly.
HOLDSHIP 'V BROWNE
HAVE removed that taper Store from Market
street to No. CV., Wood street, one door from the
corner of 4th, where they keep on hands their usual as.
sortment of WALL PAPERS, for papering parlors, en
tries, chambers. , te. and also PRINTING, WRITING
and WRAPPING PAPERS, BONNET BOARDS, 4-c
all of which they offer for sale on accommodating terms,
feb 19, 1843.—dt f
Pittsburgh Lard Oil Manufactory.
_ - •
: e,A A • •
Rep• - - -
COXSTANTL Yon hand a superior article of Lard
Oil, warranted to burn at any temperature, and
equal to the hest winter strained Sperm Oil, without
its offensive qualities, and one third cheaper, man.
ufactured by the subscriber at the old stand, Third at.,
nearly opposite the Post Office. M. C. EDEY.
' t ` P ''"
11110 Pli/d A GES„--Therc is a large clan of Females In
1 this City who from their continuedsitting, to which
their occupations obllget hem,areatrected with costiveness
which gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the team ex
ertion. sense of heaviness extending over the whole head,
intolerance or light and sound .an inability of fixing the
attention to any mental operations; rumbling in the bow•
els, sometimes* sense of suffocation, especially after
meals when any exertion la used, as going quickly up
stairs; tempre fickle; these are symptoms which yield am
once to a few dosesof the Brandreth Pills The occa.
sional use of this medicine would save a deal of trouble
and years of suffering. One, or two, or even three of
the Brandreth Pills Just before dinner, arc of found
highly beneficial; many use them very advantageously lu
this way; Iney aid and assist digestion, restore the bowels
to a proper condition,enliven the spiritv, impart clear.
nest; to the complexion,purify the blood, and promote a
general feeling of health and happiness.
Sold at Dr. B•audreth's Office. in the Diamond
Pittsburgh--Price 25 centi per box, with full directions.
MARK—The ohly place in Pittsburgh, where the
GENUINE Pills can be obtained, is the Doctor's own Of .
Ace, Diamond, Sep, 10
DR, STARKWETHER'S HEPATIC
Case of Liver Complaint of 25
This mny certify that for twenty five years I was af
flicted Willi pain in toy side, which was frequently so
severe as to entirely incapacitate me from labor. I have
been under the, care and treatment of various physician+
without any immanent benefit. Hearing of the marry
cures effected by the Hepatic Elixir prepared by Dr.
Stark weather,l was induced to give it a trial, and am
happy to say that it has entirely removed. I Franc felt
no symptoms of it for more than a year past.
NOrtlittridte, JuneBs 30, 1841 A MOS WHITE.
Thegenutnt to be had at TUTTLE'S Medical Agency,
inrHow important it is !bat you commence without
10EIS Of IiMP with BR•NDRICTII'S NITS. l'Ile) mildly but
surely remove all impurities front the blood, and no case
of sickness can affect the human frame, that these celm
Mated Pills do not relieve as Muth 3E medicine cam do.
Colds and coughs are more henentied by the Brandretit
Pills than by lozenges and canaics. Very well, per
haps.as paliat Ives, but worth nothing as eradicator.: ur
diseases from the human systetn. The BRAKDRIMI Pitts
cure, they do not merely relit ve, they cure disease , ,
whether chronic or recent, infectious or otherwise, will
certainly he cured by the use of these alt sufficient Pills.
CURE OF A CANCEROUS SORE.
Stria Sim°, Janunt y 21, 1843
Doctor Benjamin Brandreth—lionored Sir: Owing to
you a debt of gratitude that money cannot pay, I nun
induced to make a public aeknowledgernhut of the benefit
my wile has derived from your invaluable pills. About
three years ibis winter she was taken tv Itli a pain in her
ankle, whirl, soon became very much inflamed and
swollen, so much so that we became alarmed, an d sent
for the doctor During hisat,endance the pain and swell
In; increased 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.—
Our first Doctor attended her for six months, and she
received no benefit whatever, the rain growing worse,
and the sore larger all the while, lie said if it was heal
ed up it would be her death, but he appeared to be al a
loss how proceed, and my poor wife still continued
to suffer the most terrible tortures. tVe therefore sought
other aid In a Botanical doctor, who said when he first
saw it that hceoutd soon cure the sore, and give her
ease at once, To our surprise he g ye her no relief,
and acknowledged that it baffled all his skill.
Thus we felt eller having tried during one whole year
the experience of two celebrated physicians in vain, in
absolute despair. My poor wife's constitution rapidly
tailing in the prtme of her years from her coniinned
suffering. Ender these circumstances we concluded that
we would try your Universal Vert tble Pills.deternslned
to fairly less their curative effects. To my wife's :rest
comfort the first few doses afforded great relief of the
pain. Within one week, to the astonishment of Our-
Wives and every one wino know of the case, I be swelling
and the inflammation began to ceaseso that she felt quite
easy, and would sleep comfortably, and, sir, slier sit
weeks' Use she was able to go throu4li the house and
again attend to the management or her family which
she had not done for nearly 14 months. In a little over
two months from the time she fir,i commenced the Use
or your invaluable rills, her ankle was guile sountLand
her health bet:er than it had been In quite a number of
years'sefure. I send you this statement after •wo yg are
lest oohs cure, cJiishlrrlug it only an act of Justice r‘
you and the public a' large.
We are, with much gra itude.
TIMOTHY 4. ELIZA A. LITTLE.
P. S. The Botanieat Doctor pronounced thesore can
reruns, and finally paid no good cou'd be done, urn letv II r
whole of the Midi wa+ cut off, and the bone sera ped.—
Thank a kind Providence, till+ made rerort to your
which saved ns from all Welber minty, and f.'ir
which t‘e hope I • he thankful. tt E. L.
irrs•mn al 25 Cl!tiis per box, with dircetiou.
O' , IIITVI' he new labels, each having upon it Iwo
nature,; of Dr.ll4andrm h. So each An) of the gentlinc
has sit signatures—three Renlantin rtrandreitt and three
R Drandroth upon it.
The only place In Pittsburgli,tv here On cp.! Pran
drub Pills cad te obtained, Is the Doctor's own office,
in the Diamond, behind the 'darnel house. Mark,
lheiennine tiratiarali Prlbetin never he obtained is any
The follodving are therm!) , lit,ents appointed Ly Dr. R.
Rrandreth., toe the sale of his Vegetable Universal Pills,
In Allegheny eohnitr:
Patacie•t. Acrarr.G fl LEE, eltisburgh.
Mr. Julio Glao—Allegheny,
Robert Do nean—Birmin2ham,
C. F. D'elti—Elizabethtown.
Press'' , Irwin—Pleasant 11111.
Chessman % Spaulding —Stewartstown.
Ardell k Connell—Clinton.
Robert Stnith Porter—Tarentum.
David R Coon— Plum township.
Daniel Nettles—East Liberty.
Wm, O. Dunter—Allen'd Mill. mar 23, 1843
None TO DR. BRANDARTirs AGENTS
The otlice Elltsburch which WAS established for the
purpose of constiluttng agents in the. west, having ACC.3III.
pitched Oat Olieci, is sow closed, and Mr. C. H. LEE
In the Diem Hid, Market street, appointed sty aceat for
the sale of Pills and Liniments All Dr. Brandeths agents
will iterforemuderseand,that Dr.B. will send a travelling
agent through the country once a year to cdllect moneys
for sales made and resupply agents, The sald traveller
will be provided with a power 01 attorney, duty proved
before the Clerk el the city and county of New York,
together with all necessary vouchers and papers,
Mr. .1, 1. Yoe, Is my travelling agent now In Penney,-
vanity, D. BR ANDETIL N. DI
N. 8, Remeneter r. G • It, Lee, in rear of the Mar
ket is now my only agent in Pittsburgh.
New Yurk,Jnne 1-Ith, 1843,
THE TRUE WAY TO RECOVER HEALTH.
CO- An Individual only wishes to know the right way
to pursue It; and there are itone, were it snares made
knows how Lies might be prolonged and Uckl•rn re
covered,.w: u would not adopt the plan. Evidence is
required that the right way is discovered. This Is what
those suffering from sickness want to be satisfied shout.
For who Is FO foolish as not to enjoy all the health his
body is capable of? Who Is there that would not live
when his experience can so much benefit hisni.elf and
family? It Is a melancholy fact that a very large pro
portion of the most useft I members of society - die be
tween the agesof thirty and forty. Flow many widows
and helpless orphans have been the consequence of man.
kind not having in their own power the means of restor
ing health w lien lost.
Now ail these dangers and ditTienSies can be prevented
and the long and certain sirkness, and by assisting. Na
ture, in the outset, with a good dose of Brandreth's Pills,
This is a fact, well undei stood to be so by thousands of
our citizens This medicine. if taken so as to purge
freely:wilt surely cure any curable disease. There is
no form or kind of sirkiiess that it does not exert a cur
alive influence upon. Titus, by their power in resisting
putrefaction, they cure measles. small pox, worms and
all contageousfevers. There Is notit medicine in the
solid AO able to purify the mass of blood and restore It
to healthy condition, as the Brandreth Pills.
The Brandreth Pills are purely vegetable, and so in
nocent that the infant of a mot th old may use them if
medicine is required, riot only with safely but with a cer.
tainty of receiving all the benefit medicine is capable of
imparting. Females may use them in all the critical
periods of their lives. The Brandrith Tills will insure
their health, and produce regularity in a'l the functions
The same may be said of Brandree A's External Rem
edy, as an outward application in all external pains, or
swellings, or cores, it greatly assists the cure. When
used where the skin is very tender or broken, it should
be mixed with one or two pints of water,
A sure Tester- Genuine Brandrak Pills.—Examine
the box of Pills, Then look at the certificate of agency,
whose engraved date must he within the year, which
every authorised agent must possess; if the three labels
on the box agree with the litree labels on the certificate,
the Pills are true—if not, they are false,
Principal office, 241 Broadway, New York:
n -To INVALIDS. ,rjr,
--':?S"..':;'': . „:
17;:r TO TILE L4DIES.—My do yoU not remove
I hat superfluous hair you have upon your fotebeads and
upper tip 7 By calling at Turns's, 86 Fourth at„ and
obtaining a bottle ofßouraud's Poudres Subtles, which
will reuwve it at once without affecting the skin. You
can also obtain Couraud's truly celebrated Eats de Berate,
which will at once remove all freckles, pimples. map.
Rona 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 ran obtain some of Couraud,s
celebrated Liquid Rouge, wolcb cannot he rubbed off even
by a wet cloth. Also may be found a good assortment of
I'ml-tinier)”, Such as Cologne, Bears' Oil, Altnond,Psl2',
Windsor; and other soaps.
Remember, at Tuttle's Medical Agency, 86 4th atreetd
Druggists and 01 hers can besu polled at Wholesale and
rrtail terms. way 26 1842
Dr. BRODIE'S ANTI DYSPEPTIC PILLS,
A RE 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 of said Pills. and Willey
do not hear them more warmly praised (and deservedly
too) than any other, lben let them net bny them. I n
these few remarks, all fancy or imagination is excluded,
and nothing will be said of their merits at any time
but what can tie fairly proved by respectable memt ers of
Read the following certificate given by a respectable
citizen of Alloglieny city, and attested by oke of thejudg.
es of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny co.
A tzzotrxxx CITY, January 9, 1343.
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 arid bowels and al.
though I have taken nearly every kind of Medicine re
commended fur its cure, have never derived any mate
rial heneflt until I used some of your truly valuable An.
ti Dyspeptic Pills. t have not taken quite two boxes and
con-ider myself perfectly relieved from that distressing
complaint. I have no hesitation in recommending your
Pills as the best medicine i have ever used.
I am acquainted with Mr, Tunic - , I' have no hesita
lion in certifying that I consider the statements of Mr,
T. respsclinit Dr. Brodie's ['Ala, as entitled to toe most
perfect and entire confidence. HUGH DAVIS.
For sale, Wholesale and P.Hail at the Srodonian Pill
Establishment Pittsburgh Pa ; an. by all authorised a
gents throughout the Union.
A ne'y city Jan 9 I'AS jai) 13--1 y•
WARRANTED GENIIINE.—Dr. William
Evatts's Camomile Pills,
CYRTIFICATLS. —Letter froth 'the firm AVinn
lan,Sulliva it Con nty, Gast Tennessee, Mentherof Congress.
WASHINGTON, July 3d, 1835.
Sir—Since I have been in this city I have used some of
your Dyspeptic medicine with infinite benefit and salts
faction, and believe it to he a mo , t valuable remedy. One
of my 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,
d says it is invaluable. Mr. Johnson, your agent at
this place,^ thinks you would probably like an agent in
Tennessee • If so,l would recommend Dr. A Carden, as
a proper per-on I) officiate for the sale of your celebrated
medicine. Should you commission hint tie is willing to
act for you. You can send the medicine by water to the
care of Robert King 4' 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 Tennessee, 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 I , u:raid Fite an agent
at Bluntville, Sullivan County. East Tennessee; I can get
some of the merchants to act for you as I live near there.
ABRAHAM M'CLELLAN,of Tennessee.
For sale Wholesale and Retail, by
lb. E SELL ERB. Agent.
sep 10 No. 20, Wood street,below Second.
Et. WILLIAM EV NS'S SOOTHING SY RUP.—
This infallit.le remedy has preserved hundreds
when thought past recovery, font convulsions. As soon
as the Syrup Is rubbed on the gitin , , I he child will reel v.
er. This preparation is so innocent, FO eflicarloug, and so
P 4 ' 11,001 . that t.t)tiliiri will refine to let its gums he rub
bed with It. When ittlantsare at the age of four months
tho' there is co appearance of teeth one brittle of the
Sytupshoutil u-ed ter open the ports. Paren , s should
ever be without the syrup in the nursery 1v here there
are young chltaren.ror ll' a child wakes in the night with
pain in the euto.i. the Syrup immediately gives Case, by
°pectin the pores, and healing the gurn , ; thereby prevent.
in: Convu sions, Fevers, 4•c. Far Sale Wholesale and
Retail by It. E SE:LLERS, Agent,
101 l 10 N 0.20. Wood street. iIPiOW 'Second.
llv Pit COM Pl. I .Vl' cured by the us , of Dr. Har
-4 itco': , compound St renal lie in^ and . \ perient Pins,
Mr. Wm. Richards, of Pill -littrah, Pa„ entorly cured of
the above tihdressina symptoms were pail,
and wt•i:; hi in the left side, le,-of a epetitr, voinitina, arid
eructations, a distension of the •loinach. .ick he ol•ache,
furred tongue. countenance changed Loa citron rulor,difft
culty of breathing. diAturbed resrt , attended with a cough,
titeat debility. with other symptoms indicating arrat de
rangement of the functions of the liver. Mr. Richard , .
had the advice of several phy,icians, but received no
relief, until opine Dr. ilarlich's Medicine, which tertnina.
ted in efilsellnx a pe-feet cure.
Principal (Mice, 19 North Eialith Street, Philadelphia.
For. vale In Pittsburgh by S.*lnleti Fret'„ corner of Lther
ly a nd Wood streets. Sep 10
BARON VON HUTCH ELEI. HERB P ILLS.
These Pills are composed of ileitis, which exert
a specific action upon the heart, give impulse or
strength Co the ait'erlal system; tlie blood is quickened
and equaltzed in its cireulation through alt the vessels,
whether ivrthe skin, the parts situated Iniernally.or the
extremities; and as alt the secretions of the body are
drawn from the theblood,therelsa consequent iacrease of
every seecetion, and a quickened Oct ion of the absorbent
and exhalenl,or discharging vessels. Any morbid action
which may have taken place is corrected, all obstruc
tions are rtmit Ted. the blond is p trilled. and the body
rslimes al 'a Lk:Vs:ate. 'or i ale Wholesale and fte•
tar bYR C SELLERS, Agent,
sitp le ) Wood st. below Second.
PILES cured by the t se of Dr. Harnett's Compound
Siren:limning and Gtrman Aperient Pills
Dr. Harlich—Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the
Agency (torn you for the sale of your medicine. I
formed an acquaintance wi.h it lady of this place, who
wasseverely afflicted with the Piles. Poi enzia or ten
year. this lady was subject to fregaiena !manful attacks,
and her physician considered her cove so complicated,
that he very seldom prescribed mediri. e for her. yhroush
any persuasion, she commenced using cow Pills, and was
perfectly cured. Yours, ate. JAMES R. KIRBY
October 3, 1840. Cliamhersbuiz, Pa.
11 - 7'llefice and General Depot, No. 19. North
Street, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of
Liberty nod Wood streets. Pittsburgh. sep 70
- .PILES!! - PILESig-,7
(g:r Why will ye lux at this pour
dying rate?" .40
4 4 4 4 zi
IR: E. HUMPIII?Er S VEGET.d
BLE OINTMENT, FOR PILES.
o De had at TUTTLE . B Medical Agency, 86 Fourth st,
the only agent in Pittsburgh.
IVO sooner does one of Dr. Leidy' preparations be.
11 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 cerebrated 'Fetter and Itch Oint.
meet, with the words 'Dr Lody's Tetter e nd Itch Oint
ment,' blown in the glass, besides containing his written
signature en a yellow bet outside.
Dr Leidy's Teller and Itch Ointment, has proved more
efficacious than any other preparation for Teller, Itch,
Dry and Watery Pimples or Pustules, and diseases of
the skin generally.
It has been employed In schools, factorits, and on toned
vessels carrying passengers, where children. as well as
grown persons, contract diseases of the skin from their
contagious nat.-ire, with the most unexampled success;
certificates and recommendations have been heretofore
pubii.heil from them, and numerous others might berth,
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 hag it ever been known to no'.
It has been need upon infants ant by persons of all
ages. It is perfectly safe, contains no mercury in its
composition, and may be used under andertill circumstances.
Pace Twenty-five cents a bottle. Prepared and sold
at Dr Leidy's Health Emporium. (sign of the Golden Ea
gle and Serpents,t and by B. A. PAIN &STOCK ¢ CO.
corner of Wood and Sixth streets, A gentafor rittsburz.
• rIHE subscriber has just received his annual sup. y
IL Landreth's Garden Seeds, consisting In part of
following kinds—all of the last years_crop 4 Inurtastel
Egg Plant, Parsnip,
Curled Cress, Onion,
Mustard, (white and brown)
&c. &c. &C.
Together nlih a varlet yof Poi 4- S weet herbs and Sows
Orders for Seeds, Shrub?. Tr , es, ke. from Garde*.
era and others Will be received and promptly Attended
F. L. 13 NOVVDEN,
Co. 184 Liberty. head of - Wood st.
Cincinnati, Febrzary,ls, MO
Dr. Swsvas—Dear Permit me to take the liberty
of writing to you at t4is Writ. iu express my approbation
and to recommend to the attention of heads of families
and others your invaluable medicine—the Composer!
Syrup of PrunusVirginiana, or Wild Cherry Bark. Ist
my travels of late I have seen in a great many Instant:ea
the wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving chit
dren of very obstinate complaints, such as Coughing
Wheezing, Choaking of Phlegm, Asthmatic stteelts,
4-c. I should not have writtCP this letter, hoWiirsc at
preset)• although I have felt it my duty to add my testi.
many it. It for some rime, had it not been for a late is.
stance where the medicine above alluded to was'
mental in restoring to perfect health an •only child,"
whose case was almost hopeless, in a family of my me
quaintanre. '•I thank Fleaven," said the doating moth.
er, , .my child issavrd from the jaws of death! 0 how 1
feared the relentless ravager But my child is safe! is
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's Compound syrup 0
Wild Cherry is the most valuable medicine in this oruy
other "ttruntry. tam certain l t aye witnessed more than
one hundred cases where It has been attended with coo.
plele success. .1 ant using it myself in an obstinate at.
tack of BroncAitis, in which In proved effort nal In a ex.
ceedingly sort time, considering the severity ratite cue.
I ran recomend It in the fullest confidence Wits superior .
virtues; I would advise that no family should he wlthost
it; it is Very peasant and always beneficial—worts
douhle and often ten times its price. The public are as.
sured there is no quackery about it. R. /sesame, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of the First Presbyterian Cbeech,
Sold by %VM. THORN. wholesafe 4- recall, only agini
for Pittsburgh. No. 53, Market "treat. up 10
A BOON TO THE HUM AN ACE7— , •Diseetat
witat zeal destroy Life. and you are a iriat 144,
Diseorer :chat trill prolong Life, and the world win
call you Impostor."
••There are fatuities. bodily and intellectual, writkix us
tchiren eeri!ain herbs have affinity, and over tsAi•S
they hare power."
Dr. B. Brandreth•s External Remedy, or Liniment
which, by its extraordinary powers, °hairnets Pain Of
Soreness; rims Sprains, Stiff Sinews, White 'Swellings
heuma'tic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness of the Mote
Tumors. Cnnaiural Flardness. Stiff Neck Sore Threat
Croup, Contraction, of the muscles, Scrofulous en
largements, Tender reel, and every description of t
jury affecting the Exterior of the Human Fiame.te
cu red or gsratly.Y.2tieVed by hrs Wereer-to sel ciexl
Cstrincirs.—The folloWing letter from Major Gen
era! Sandford, as to the goaliiies of the External Rent•
speak: , volumes.
New Yost , Feb. 9, 1842. ,
Dear Sir—Witl you olitiee roe with another bottle of
your excellent Liniment? It is certainty thvhetst : oir abut
kind Iha ve ever seen. It bas rhieit entir'cly my sUit s e
knee. ahnut which I was so uneasy.and I have found 11'
productive of immediate relief in several . eases of . r. 4.1144
nal injury in my family. A few evenings siT4ol4`
yutinpei , t Child %vas seiz , d with a violent attack offiteli4
which was entirely removed In twenty mirosees, by lob
hint; heb chest and throat freely with the External Rita
rdy. I think yOU OU2ht,-lo manbfactnre this Llriititelst
for fleneral rise, instead of ronfinin_ the use of it, as you
have heretofore done, to your particular acquaintaneee.
Yours truly, C. W. SANDPOIID
DR. B. BP.•Ppnrrn.24l Broadway, N. Y.
7-• For sale at 2.41 Broadway, New York, and at bill
office , in the Diamond, Pittsburgh. Pr, ICE-50 eanti
,er bottle withdirections. sep 10
PO THOSE: WHOLE OCCUPATLONS TEND TO
PRODUCE OR ACC RAVATE DISEASE.—Th
:lass of individuals is very numerous. They are ttiosb
who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, work
men in feather stores, stone cutters, bakers, white lead
manufacturers, are all more or lESS subject to disease an.
cording to the strength of their constitulion. The anl . l
methodio preVent disease, is the occasional use ofd
medicine which abstracts from the circulation all delete
ious humors, and expels them by the bowels. Toise
In any form are injurious, as they only 7.0 t off the eti
day to make it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pill . _
will Insure health, because they take all impure matter
out of the blood; and the body is not weakened bat
strengthened by their operation, for these valuable Pills
do hot force, but they assist nature, and are not opposed
but harmonize with her. .
Sold at Dr. Brandreth'i. Office, in the Diamotid
Plthbo ran. Price 2.5 cents per box, with full directions.
MARK—The only place in Pittsburgh where this
GENUINE Pi Its can be olitained,lB the Doctor's owls Of
tire in the Din Mond. see 10
SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT OF
THE UNITED STATES
THE 'METHOD OF PREPARING THE
BRANDRETHIAN VEGETABLE EX
Caveat entered 9th June. 1842—Patent granted to
Benj•nnin B,andreih.2Oth January, 1843.
The extracts of which Brandreth's Pills are colll.
posed are obtained h' this now parented proem.
without boiling or try p plicu t ion of heat. The ac—
tive principle of the het be is thus secured the seine
as it is in the
The Public should be cautions of medicines rec
commendel in advei ti,menk vole+) from me, in
which the CONTEMPTIBLE IZOBBERS steels my lan—
guage. merely alterini, the name. Time will show
ifv,re wmlesa"e deceiver, in their true light,.
THE MEDICINE OF TUE PEOPLE.
t— BRANDRE,TH% - _ , PILLS are the People's_
Medicine, proved by thoti•rands who daily reccom
mend them to the afflicted. The BR ANDRETH
PILLS are growing every day more popular, their
virtues are extendihg their usefulness. The sick of
both sexes are daily deriving benefit from them.
No case of disease but they can be used with adyan..
tage. Blotches or hard lumps of the skin they speed.
ily cure, so with erysipelas, so will) salt rheum, so
with indigestion, so with coughs and colds, so with
costiveness, so with cancer, so with hot parched lips
and canker in the mouth. Let the afflicted tree this
medicine, and they will find they require no other.
Sold at 25 cents per box, with directions.
Observe the new labels each having upon it two
signatures of Dr. Brandreth. So earh boz of t h e
genuine has six signatures—three Benjamin Brood
reth and three B. Brandreth upon it,
The ONLY PLACE in Pittsburgh where the REA
Brandreth Pills CAN BE OBTAINED, is the- Doctor
own Office. Diamond back of the Market- Rou g
Mark, the GENUINE. BrandrethPills can never be ob e
tair.ed in any Dario STORE.
The followingata the ONLY AGENTS appoint. ,
ed by Dr. B Brandreib, for the sale of hie ;Vegeta.
ble Universal Pills in Allegheny County.
G H Lee—Principal Office, Diamond, Pittsburgh
Mr. John Glass—Allegheny.
C. F. Diehl--Elizabethtown.
Pressly Irwin—Pleasant Hill.
Chessman & Spauldink—iittewanstown t
Astir') & Connell— Clinton .
Robert Smith Porter—Tarentum.
David R. Coon—Plum Township.
Daniel Negley—East Liberty.
Wm. 0 . Hunter—Alton's Milks