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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

- t ^ ¦ ¦ | -7 i ri I ii I ---— ^^at oivtimfBta^tBf^mmsixx^mmsm \4m*Bh»mi-** T«i«clftliy» inform «*e|*«5 4fPftts*nrgh and Its vlclnKy that ibe itat arrr»e« ah" wet ftom tomtouf «riu> a beauUCsff aaortiaeni of Bllllo* ry ' oflie,newe«_*!Jrle. Her conaeiloo. iterewilT . nl all times enable her to introduce the latest faotrion and should tbe tadles^ionor her wiih a chare of their palroaage. stre pledge* herjeir to keep every thing of Ihe most stylish description, and pay strict attention IP economy. Ii Is 'with confidence Mrs. T. leoouimends bet French and London made Ooraetf; also her splendid assortment ofGuibnridery, which is superior lo anything yet introdoctdin this cjsunyy. il mclndes Baby Linen, Connolsenrs; Orientals, Canes a la Cardinal. Demi, ditto, Ber. thas for Evening Costume, Collars CulJs, Pocket Handfcercltiefs. Morning and Night Caps, ^o., which will be ready for Hieir approbation on the 9th of October next., Mrs. T.1S waiting the arrival of her Bonnets {rom B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

VALUAHLE FARM FOI! SAI.E.-IB Farm on ivliicli 1 live, in IViikim >m Braddocl-sfn-ltl, containing on« ImidtoliB acrp~:ahoul TOacrcs of v.liicli isclrarnl. ™ well timbered. There arc upon It tlttr/m ai d a barn 63 fret by M.« .yipli-ori-liiiriv Also, about seventy :icre? of coal. Tlie soj he equal to that ol .-my np lmul farm in m Ternrsmade1t"o«,ion iipp »raiinninil>pf* in Ibe premises. WILLIAM WALU* WILLIAM C. WALL, Plain ui fim and Picture Frame Mm**** Fourth Street Pittsburgh. -Canvas WSm 4-c, for Artists, alwavs on hand. Uojwj promptly framed Io order. Ce|.,iirin:4iWB csl notire. .1 " Particularatlention paid lo re;ildin;a»™ ery descrip'ion. . . . M Persons finin; up Steam Bont.= othOT«'W Ihcirailvanlayeto call. I 'm WHITE LEAD.—The snliscrilM"1 " in-furnish painters, and oil»'"* chase pure White Lead made of the b ™"l raniejl equal, If not superior to any offn"J All oidersaddrpsspdio flunlapS; DustiM"] ^ Co , Vo. 110 Second streel, Pi"'1 "":1 ;'! attended to. Dl'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

ftVUniiK •'• »..OKO. T. HAMILTON. MA"GRAW ^ UAM H.TON, Mofntfi atJM, have r^iipved tlieir Offiftfto tlie residence orfB/S. Magiaw,dr7%ourth si, two doors above Sraltlifield. sep 10 f"1|H DPFiN ~ VVXR * Eir6ifs " E.-^JVi7,; l$r~Fourtk tV- / Street, Between Woe*: and .Snilkfi.atd.Hs, ¦Two-doors front the corner.of Wood slieet. Con. r stonily on band an assortnicnt of 100 ready made COFFINS, of every sine and description; covered ones, with Clotli: Mahogany, Cherry, Black . Watniii- ! Toplar, and Pine Coffins. , ALSO, Pimes neatly engraved; Hearses and Carriases furnhlied; Graves procured; and ill services rendered that friends may require. . A credit given in all cases, either of coffins or carriages, requested, HENRY BEARES, Undertaker, nep TO IWf; BBLS. WHITE LIME, a superior ariicle. for JL f «> sale by J. G. % A. GORDON, sep 13 No. 12 Waterstrept.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

¦?IJW|I jiAXJB-—40 M Kentucky Sejars, 80 wooden 3F '»»»f»B»»Qrtediiie«. nwqiianiit in.in it 1014window ««h. 4* Mntifot WrHia>. truer, and wrapptnj paper. l«r jitiitiwaw, l»a .i>tlnj». border, ^t. J r»fejStwftri ,2n ke«« while trad. jpHMu»r-&vS m orooitonBaii. aa^tirMSi*" m #nft«|0H|inily medicines atsorted. * m •f^'MK* »8t *e • *>»<> O" aecmomodaHna term* aeimKmiu^ «ad IIIInoft.Oblb.PtnnsylvanL-i , and af nM,j>»—wwrthwfc pot«.*«lien4npayjp«if ontb* m m** **** . - ¦ l8AA<!-flA8R»S. .;- j - r -,.--- Ase»l*»*eB»««el«8Mw«i>H"«, 'S . «&**.j u -...<- ¦ J8ea,B«*-*irt«tj * • tc 1. {. - , 1 * • : t, . -i*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

l,T^R- WILLIAM i NS'S SOOTHING SYRUP — iJjr This Infallible remedy has preserved hundreds wlieH j UioogbJI past recovery, from convulsion1 ?. As soon at the Synifffs rubbed on the ;nms, the child will rect v. er. TW«OTeparaUon Isto Innwent.socfficacioua.ann so j>leas<tntttbat nochlW tvlll refuse to let its gums be rub lied wittrlt. Wneu Inrantsareal iheajeoffonr months 4ho* there Is no appearance of teeth, one bolt Ie of the Syrup should be used to open the pom. Parenis should i ever lie without the syrup In Ihe nursery where there taro young cbttireo.ror if a-chlld wakes in tire olgl>t with . nairrlnlhe gum3.theSyrnplmmedlalely gives ea»e,hj) : opening ttreporw, anfJUtftfoKthe «ums; Ihercby prevent-J J*«iSC<nivn Mon»,"ftirerlPf*-; ' Far Sate Vl'hblewfe and! feEettfilby , ft. E.8ELI,BR8tj»«en!, Ij'/p^ ¦ - ^^^^^^f^' -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

P ILES cured by the i.m of Dr. Harlir.h's Compound Sirenglheningand German Aperient PiPs Dr. Harlich-^Dear Sir—Shortly after I received the Agency fioin you for the sale of yonr medicine, I formed an acqnainiance wi'h a lady of this place, who was severely afflicted with the Piles. Foi eight or ten years this lady was subject to frequent painful attacks, and her physician considered her case so complicated, that he very seldom prescribed medicine foj her. Throuih rfiy persuasion, she commenced using your Pills, and was perfectly cured. Yours, Jj-c. JAMES R.K1RBY October 3, 1R40. Cliarrrhersbug,Pa. (Lj^Oflice and General Depot, No. 19.North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.. And by Samuel Frew, corner of Liberty and Wood streets, Pittsburgh. sep 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

BARON VON HUTCHELE1 HERB .PILL.*.— Tliese Pills are composed of'herbs, which exert a specific action up'on the heart, give impulsu . or strength to the arterial system; Ihe blood is quickened and equalised in its circulation through all the vessels, whether of Ihe skirt, the parts situated Internally, or the extremities; and as all the secretions of the body are dfawn from the blood, there Is n conscqupnt increase of eyery set'etion, nnd a quickened .-icilon of the absorbentand exhahin ' , or discharging vessels. Any morbid action which may have taken place is corrected, all ohsiruttions are removed, (he blood is purified, and the body resumes a'healthfuf state. For Sale Wholesale anil Relailby R. E.SJPJL.LERS, Agent, sppiO " . No. 20 Wood si. below Second.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

J. K. Moorhkad. G. E. Warner. J; Painter. UNION COTTON FACTORY, Alleghe y City, at ihe end of the upper bridge. The subscribers having commenced Ihe manufacture ef Cotton Yarns, Storking Yarfl.Co.'ion Tivijje, Candlewick^Carne! Clwin,rBnlting, Jj-c.,and are prepared tc fill orders at the shortest^notice Having selected the latest and most iinprenJed machinery,and employed the marragcr who has afteniied to ihe Hope Factor? for the last five years, they are manufacturing a superior article. e Cotton Warps made to order, ¦ Onlers thrnugh the Pittsburgh Post Office, or left at the sloreof.J 4' C. Painter ,$• Co., Liliprly street; or I^ogan i( Kennedy, Wood street; win met with prompt aitenlion. Address—J. K. MOORHEAD S ; CO. sen 12—Iv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

LIVER COMPLAINT cured by the use of Dr.'Har-UchV compound Sirpn«1bpnins and Aperient PiHs. Mr. Wm. Richards, of I'iitsiiurgh,Fa.,entirely cured of the above distressing disease His symptoms were pain and weiphi in the leftside, loss of appetite, vomiting, acid eructations, n distension of ihe stomach, sick head-ache, furred tongue, countenance changed to a citron color, difficulty of hreaihins. distnrbed resi, attended iviili a cough, groni dehitii v. with other symptoms indiratinj; great <lerangement of lll<! fitnctioiis of tlie liver. Mr. Ricliards had ibe advice of several physician*, hut- i-pceivfcd no relief, uniil usiTni'Dr. llnrlicli's Medicine, which tcrmina. led In e/Tecliiis a pe-feel cute, ¦¦ *# Principal Office, 19 KorlU Eishth Slrecl. Philadelphia. For sale in Pittsburgh by Samutl Frow, corner of Llhur Iv and Wood sirpels. srp 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

LADIES FASHIONABLE S"°^^B Fifth St.,onedoorfr<m OWS<«»«'«1 The Subscriber respectfully inlornn " ¦ Pitlsbarjh and vicinity lhal '1C '"! .^^H tailln« Shoes of his own maniifacinrc,a' *BJ where he will keep consianlly on »" jBJ menl of all kinds of ladies, mh--fe.«,ao« .JJ«i and shoes, of the insl quality. »l'icl1 "'¦J cestosuit lhetitr.es. He will »l5 ° TjBJ kinds of fancy work-sueh as «»"^« slippers, colored gaiters, and riuskiw. °"^J children's ellslers, silk gaiters, * c, *V j^B will be made at Ihe shortest nolift.v* ~T^ ner. Ladies will please call and ''""""[¦J as the subscriber feels confidenl ili.iil"w «J any article in liis line they may «a"1- jHJ 'f 'P10 - - .« P. 8. Don't for»ct the p lace—No.S. ^HJ door from Harris's intelligence OntaMB from Market Street. <HJ

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 1 October 1842

Wl bMAM KEBD, MtnktM Tailor,—Respectfully tlnforSH Ida frtends «nd Ihe -pahlle in general that he hog commenced business at No. IV Mattifc MreM, "iecond door tnmtbe"i<itvtr of .Front, wher«*e fcoret by strict altentfoB tDtogineW Uf -rerilatnareof pabife patronage. , .-# ¦ - , • • « .' ," N. ». The JawK Oishtear r#|alarly reeerraf: ibe j»b- ' -Te may depend on. *»Ti»f the " twork eiecSte^BetoriiM sp»»be-to»«8»i»l»Jei I"-' ." ¦ • 1, <* -' , ¦ imH.' J . -,, >,<-? ^T-'» -» - •, --*' «i'3. v * ^ W-*} w ' • ¦ " ¦ "T ~— ^l *"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

DR. E. 3UERR1TT, DKSTISt1 , OJEee U Sfitk. fieU, Htnntm. Stmi tad T*ird Sir.. Bep 10 - Prn-ggrgcip. JOHSSTOS 4- STOCKTON. Booksellers. Printers and" Paper Manufacturer*. So.37. Martel; rt- sep 1p-ly JOBS ANDEBSOS, Smithfield Foundry, Waierj st_ near Ihe JJonon-ahela Hoose. Pillst ur-b. sep 10-1? LEOXABD 6. JOHS?. Aldennan,St.Clair stred,second door fiofe Ltberty. «ep JO—1F DE. S. E. HOLMES. Office in Second areet. nen now lo Malraay $ Co"s Glass Warehouse «P 1^-iy SHU. NK * FINDI.»T. Altorm-rsst Law. ronriiist., near U»e Mayor's OSce, Plttsbnrih. sep 10-lr T BOS.I'AMIT.TOX. Attorney at |jw. Fififi,between Wood and ?miUin«!d sts-. PMrfinr^h. sep 10—ly H COH TOSKR. Allo>n»T al l.atr. .Vortb E»=t corner of SmUhfield and Fonnh str<>e:». sep 104-ty rnowsos Hi". ' ...t aTOWUsni. HANNA * TURNBCf-t.^ Pa per Warehoose.: No. ]04. Wood St., where may he had a fceneral supply nt Trri'in" wrapp ' w-. prinlinr. wall paper, blank hooVs. school hooks, i-r. 4-c " sep 10-ly R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

¦ p^-OFFlCES.tC. 1 ^B Tb)rd 1,-o-cen Mark<-t and Wood ^E fn-'CT3«' 'r K,if,.4,h d«>r from Wood si. rXer-K~- Ji.i.n W'M.x-k. Toiler Mir. W\\»fl M«rrn Fir-t =«d Second ^fcjf -i ' .nm. Trpasnrer. K- Tl.ird stree". n«' <>on ' 10 lh<" Bj-.l3rrh— ? H. Jnhns'nn. Trrasarr-r. ^L- .y.,!^ ir-ru-ppii !Wark*M and W'octd Bp 1 Mum. i K,»,.r. r<"uih.ncar Market si. ' I'(VK-»,.,- I's-tf .-."'J fVo^i "!«¦> = . on Bu " ,-!¦,-T-rtKf ' . v»r»t»c«f' Pe- I K, fjT-,,. K«n<l.j F<n.ril,. l*twten . ¦VfT ' . -"•« ¦ " ' ¦ ¦''•• ! B^'^-.^ iberr^. ; fl™i '- .r T::a 1^v^' . 1 fcrl"r.'' -'- ' " """ i: 'na ' - ! S^''r -: :;: ;v.:?;r; ' ^L,.v I)..--1 ' ¦•¦>' ¦ _- _ vt ^Kor 1. v« ' ; - ' ; ' ; ";j;;";;'f BllOTT. «.!'¦- . - ¦ "-"' "¦ ' . '"• I t-*ir 2 '':";:v. "' -.iLn :' ! ^n .'. ¦¦>¦ j- V' ¦'¦'¦ • ¦ ¦" ¦ • "¦ '¦'''¦ »'"1 fc-=. ¦ ¦:;, v.^J^ r1 ; KsA: >n I IKK- vi:.r..fys a»d ! „ u, <<-,. , ...f !..amn,,d. K-.C* m°-&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

THE EilTlEgAKY POSf«;. - Kiopeaaeat and beatk. ' ' , Id noticing theelopement nf the cOtalaa, Miss Molyuo and Miss Jodrell. in » nw«Dt Dumber of our paper, we allodedu, \£mr conne^xioo with a family remarkable is tbe annals uf elopement. We are ol d enough to remember tbe ex* traordinary sensstteo earned in lrel*BJI iiy one of those rornaucee ofreal !ife,thatlwn» earned fat the Kingstorr femily tbia dir» Unction. ,« t Ic the year 1799, Lady Mary Kn^ «m only 16 years of age—lovely aod aeaimplisbed in the highest degree—whe*4fir« cnussn of her mother, Mr. Fitzgetdd^* ^ married roan,) prevailed «a her to aaerifiee her innocence to him, and quit her fitfher^S castle; in the county of Cork. The Bart, however, discovered their retreat aad fara% the auhappy victim back to the parental roof. Fitzgerald determined, at any barsrrJ, to get her again in his power, and harried dtf in disguise to Mitchelstawn. I^ia mysterious bt-havinr, aad coosiant appear«ace *t late hours about the castle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

T^^* -^ 01113 * CO***** F*m&paU. T*i*e * , \ «»BS»««i5«jr reeonaModed to Uw»etice of U* lad»e» *sa «afe,,rf e*5cieM remedy i. rewiristhoBe co«plai«r« penliar 10 their »e» . from want of exercise, or Eetwraldehility of the sjsuva. They obriate costiveoe«, and- counteract all Brtierical a«d Kervoas aOenion: .ji Tiitse Pills ham rained the canetio. and approtaoln ot Umjmm esiaeat Ffcydriau ia the United Ftakes ,and nany Blotiiers. Forsale Whole?aje and Retail, fcy K-E. SELLERS, Ajeal. sep !0 No. 20. Wood Si reel, below Secoad. TX7X. A»AIH, Bost Mi Sit Jliitr. iiterj, st ^ »» *rf»'ii*tke.ke*d*f SnilkfMi tl., Piatinrgh. — Tte SHhscrHwrhiring boa;ht out tbe stock of tbe late Thomas RaSerty, deceased, ha« coausenced tana ness In the old Maud of Mr. H-, and is prepared to exeeale all descriptioms of work j a his line, in tbe ' hest manner and 00 the shortest notice. He keeps eorcianity on band a large assenmest ofslMe indimrs rrall dc^riptions and oftbebesI^saA r. Be soJicits the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

E»pr? s Ventilator. An experiment with EspyV Conical Ventilator was made last week on board the North Carolina, in presence of Commodore Stewart and the other officers of." theOinjrt martial. . , . A figure of this instrument as used for the cure ot smokey chimneys, is given in soother column; but for ships, Prof. E*py j uses a large canvass bag^ sartBoaBtedftjr » " cone of <anra«3. This bag, in toe expert-1 " meal, was 40 feet long and 18 inches in diameter, reaching from above the upper deck*, down into the hold. Commodore^ Stewart put a silk pocket haadic« chief into the bag below, and the current of air was sufficiently rapid to carry the handkerchief up through the bag and out at the mouth of the cone above. The Common _ dore then tr.ed hi* bar, and it also went op; '; but was prevented from going out, by dosing the bag below, and not allowing ta« air to enter. Small flakes of col too were then toed. and ibey were repeatedly found to pass*! to the lop of the tube...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

CA. VVOS. S«OTANDSnELr« « KrEEiCOF Oedi JTAlirx iid nTlimitnrr. 3<r Sqilntcr, 1842 Sealed Proposals will hereceii-ed at ibis Korean onlil 3 ©Vlock. P. H-.nf ihe 15lh Orio^jer next, for farnisnin* and <1p!iverin£,iii ibe proportion*, and at the prsres herein dfsijnaled, Ihe fnliowins nurotwr and deseriplion for Oai.no-.frwt-and SbeOl.ror «!» Naval SerriOB of >b-Uni'et) Slates, viz; Thirtr-eipht inch Paixhan enns. of abonl 63cfv« »each. Seventy thirty -two poonderrons of 41 cwu and upttsirds. the precise we^ht of each to he determined hereafter. Five hundred ei?fit imh shells; Three Imndrpd e»?ht inrh solid pbni aod Seven Htoasanri Ihirty-two ponndrr s ' nol. DrU'emite as folltirs: lflei'luln. Taiihan ;nns ¦) IVIireraM" a! SOOeisHt in.shfllK 1 Packetl's Har-100ei;ln in. so'idshnt V "Or, X- Y-. on 20 thirty twn pounder nans | or before the 2_500trt>rty-two nonndf-r shot I ISth Mar nejl 10 eiiM in. Paiihan ftins i DeJivera ' ile al ISOeiffto in. shells I Bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Foreign Sew*— Arnral ol ths British Qoeea. The steamer Btitish Queen arrived at-New York early yesterday morning. She brings intelligence sis day? laier froap " . |^b^- rope, but il is really of too \h\\e impatiMaett. to btf wonh the fining up nf a eoloiirq»|* ;|^^ ihe ibiiowin? item?, we are indebted toiifi^K extra issued by the Ledgerjesterday ^3i||!j; ing: ¦-/ '< ; ' The English papers are congratulating the country upon die amicable arrangement of the difficulties with ffa>- United Slate*. — Tbe etiike a.nong the colliers has closed, and the workmen have returned to their dalies, the prop-ised reduced prices having been abandoned. The Manchester workmen, bulb, spinners and weavers, are not at work, especially at A.shton, StUybrtdfe, Gloss >p, Hy de and Siockport; all are ctiH al a s ' :autl, and withoot any reasonable {ires- - pert <if a speedy resompiion ot emp'oyaent In Jl^jichesi^ r, the spinners are all, or near- --. • v »i'» at wmk, whils...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

^qtv PITTSBUBGH * CLEVELAND sW^fc. L.rBTE. nt' |-- ifM rK «i Ig* STPAM PACKET MICRIGAN, SBfa- ^ j J- " Vga» jf. B. BOIES. -Vaster. RPXS dailr (Sondars eicepted.) tetween PITTS. BURfiH <• BEAVtE. leavins Bearer at 8 A. M. nn<) PilirtHirih at 2 P. M. prevtfiA trifi Erans* * Seft /j Guri to frcremt Eiplerim of Bnlrrt. Tins «p!«-n<li<i an<l fast ronninE Steam Bo?t havjast neen comnle; ed expressly for this trade, and tubs in onnerlion with CLARKE k C* ' * PMsbvrpk c«<? Clevcltmd Lime o/ FBEIGBTJLS'D PASSAGE BOATS, teiif it Clrvtltni. Oki: Or down, the Ohio canal to Ma?-ilon, $-e. and Erie Eilenfton Line to Greearitle. The Cana ' Boats of 1 lits Line are towed to and from Piitst>nr«h direel, and ihe bo5iQe^s condon ed i-o the ino-t {.ronini and economical sysir m. Barins a connection wil.hihe Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Pbiladelpliia and Baltimorp, and StesmNxals ronnio£ coc^n Ihe Ohio rirer;al5o, throo;h oor Agents at Clereiand, with V....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

H HlGBl*—.Ve. 121. Corner ef IVovi av-i Frutl m StrerJ*. Pittshi.rgh, tras on hand a complele asso'llneniof Qorenswarp Milled lo Ihe city or country tirade. Also, a choice se!ee!ion ofpnre while apd etiid hand DIXISG ANDTEA WARE, in targe or small sels, or separate pie.-es to soil pnrcbasers. A task of 46. 60. or 81 piece prtf. soperfely painted and silt English Cbifl* T( eaware, at rery low prices. Toy Traware. plain,"and rich pnioted and gilt, from 1,00 to §5.00 per •" -ur Children's Mms of every riescription. White China Slavins Mns«. CranileDinin« a> d Tea Services, in white and with splendid Aaerican urenery printed in t>!«* and Mack. A lar-eTaricty ofSic2ml<oal Dininsand Ereafcfan 5»ls, imported lo nratch. complete. Fire Proof stone oakinj plates and dirties, from tbe D*»r*»yshire Poileries. Flint and Green Klass, !n all !he:r varirlses. Window Glas=, of evfry siT.e. Paiem Bnckrts. Tnhs and Kep'.crs. :?!one Pipe tirade. 4"c - ^"C. ^-c. ¦All of which are ...

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