The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, September 17, 1846, Image 4

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44itopot..toiciwi':gi . iiit:.,
'leilance Portable Boat Llne.
• - . ,
1846. $O4:
oR transporting good between Pittsburgh and the
12 Eastern cities without transhipping. This old
established line (being the oldestportable boatline on
the canal) is now prepared to receive produce • and
merchandire for shipping either East or West. The
boats by this lino are commanded by skilful, expe
rienced and sober captains, and provuled with, good
crews. Boats and cargoes are transferred from and
to canal and railroad, saving all removal and separa
tion - of goods. Trips made in as. short time,: and
goods carried on as fair terms as any other line.
Thankful . for, and respectfully soliciting a contain
anCe of the very liberal and growing patronage here-
tofore bestowed upon this line, we with confidence'
assure those merchants disposed to favor us, thattheir
business' shall be done to their entire satisfaction.,
Goods carried by us, consigned to either of our'
houses, will be shipped to their destination free of '
charge for ,ildpping, storage or advance of charges.
As we hold no interest in steamboat stock, merchants
may depend upon their goods always being forwarded
without . delay , upon good boats and at the, lowest
rates of, freight..
Produce consigned to our house at Philadelphia for
'tale, will be sold on liberal terms, and advances Made
either at Pittsburgh or Philadelphia.
.&• Co., Penn • st., • -
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh.,-
" JAMES M. DAVIS & Co., 249 and 251, - -
aprlo-tirri , Market st., Philadelphia. •
Pitttbargh Portable Boat Line,
[MMI 1.846. - efiF RP*
IL -10R the; transportation of freight between Pitts
': burgh and the Atlantic cities, via Pennsylvania
Improvement/3 and Baltimore and Susquehanna =rail-
road. •
The Proprietors of this old established line, having.
completed their arrangements, are prepared to for
ward goods to and from the East (on the opening of
the canal navigation,) on as reasonable terms as any
other respensible line, and are determined that no
care or attention on their part shall'be wanting to se
cure a continuance of that patronage so liberally be
stowed nponthem for several years past.
The decided success of the portable
.. boat system,
so manifest in the regularity and despatch experienced
in the delivery of goods, the absence of all risk of
delay, breakage or other damage, incident to the old
system, - where goods have to be hurriedly transhipped
three times on the way, and the merchantable order
in which produce has been avowedly delivered by
has induced the proprietors' to increase their'
.atock considerably this season. Their extensive
warehousea at each point, (uneaqualled by any other
line,) affords them facilities to conduct their busineis
with despatch; and to shippers the convenience of
free storage, if required, until their arrangements are
complete whiletheir long experience in the carry
ing trade, it is .presumed, will be sufficient guarantee
to their patrons and the public that they will success
fully exert themselves to give general satisfaction.
Produce; received forwarded, steamboat charges
paid, and bills lading transmitted free of charge for
commission', advancing or storage, and all communi
cations to the following agents proMptly attended to:
Car. Penn and Wayne sts., Pittsburgh.
'momAs IiaRBIDGE,
• 27 Market, Philadelphia.
0' NON & Co.,
Trannport Inc
g'10:-:1)17t;TED on strict Sibt:Ett4-keerin , j - pr:ne.' . .p.ks,
ittto thal it 4
conducted The pr,prtifttir:s this old
hove ii r ut *1 , 3 , d: in the most comit!rn 0 order.
and are tiv.i. , )nizhiy przepareA to forward an.l andiron the Ea,tern eine. ,n the
or clung cii
Vre tress that •Pir 1 0 .3117, r; en pc in tie: , carrytr... ,
Itt,Ellion to the altereia of cuF.-
turners, ertil aecnre t.o V. 3 a continuance and increase
or the patioaage heretofore bestesveci on ,13inghatn,s
'Qur arrangements will enable ins to carry freight
wit:lx-the utmost despatch; and our prices shall always
he as low as the lowest charged by, other responsible
Producelaud merchandize will he received and for
warded east and west without any charge for adverti
sing, storage or commission.
Bills of lading forwarded, And; every direction
promptly attended to.
Address; Or apply to : Wl r. BINGHAM,
Canal Basta, cor. Liberty and Wayne sts., Pittst:ag,
No. 276 Market si., Philadelphia,
No. 122 North Howard st., Baltimore,
No. 10 Weet st., New. York
• - Independent Portable Boat Line.
-'''''- 1846 ;-
aV.ftd a `
Q t .
FB the transportation of produce and merchan
dire to and from Pittsburgh, Baltimore and
Vhiladelphia; Dwithout transhipping. . Goods COD•
signed .to Ora care, will be forwarded without delay,
at the lowest current rates; Bills of Lading trans
mitted, and all instructions promptly attended to,
free from any extra charge for storage or Commis
sion.. Address
. .
C. A. McANULTY & Co.,
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh
Smith's Wharf, Baltimore
jy23 i - Broad st., Philadelphia
Plektvorthva Way Freight Line.
"EXCLUSIVELY for the transportation of w•ay
IP freight between Pittsburgh, Blairsville, Johns
town, liollidaysburgh, Water Street, and all inter
mediate places.
One boat leaves the Warehouse of C. A. McAnul
ty & Co., Pittsburgh, every day (except Sundays) and
Shippers Can always depend on having ...their goods
fonvardeil : without delay and on accommodating
terms. '
We respectfully-solicit your patronage.
J. PicksVorth of boats, Nile, ExChange, Paris and
J. IL Barnes of boats, Push and Exoine.
John Miller of:cars on Portage Rail Road.;
J. PICRWORTH, Canal Basin,lJohnstown,
JOHN MILLER; " Hollidaysburgh,
C. A. BPANULTY & CO, : Pittsburgh.
jy23 . , •
TO BALTIMORE, in 32 hours—fare $lO.
TO PHILADELPIIIA in 40 hours—fare $l2.
°Nur '73 M uss s - rAoixo!
.Ir,r . U. S. MAIL.
The Great Speed, Regularity and high Reputation
already attained by this pleasant 'passenger Route,
has induced the Post Master General, to place the
New York Lind Philadelphia mails to Pittsburgh, el -
on it.
The superior and swift steamers CONSUL and
LOUIS M'LANE, leaves the MOnongahela Wharf'!
precisely at 8 o'clock every morning, and at 6 o'-
clock every evening, except Sendays. Splendid
Coaches await theii arrival at Brownsville, to trans
port Passengers and Mail, only 73 miles to the Rail
Road at Cumberland.
The preparations on this route are ample, and the
connections complete, so that disappointment or'de
lays will be unknown upon it.
By our tickets, passengers can delay at Cumberland
or at Baltimore; during their pleasure, and continue
their journey either by steamboat or cars to Phila
Office in the "St. Charles Hotel," Wood st. Pitts-
European and American Agency.
MBE undersigned Ewropenn Agent having again
arrived in America at the regular time, will
leave Pittsburgh, Pa. early in September next, and
sail from New York on the first day of October, ma
king - a THIRTEENTH tour.through ,England, Ireland,
Scotland, Wales, and returning to America in hiay,
1947. By this agency money ; remittances call be
Made by drafts for' large and small suuth„payable at
sight in every "Part of Great Britain, Ireland, &c.;
iegacies, debts, rents, real estate and claims collect
ed and recovered; searches of all kinds Made;
pies of wills,lieeds and documents procured; and
the usual business appertaining to this Agency trail
meted as_ heretofore. Innumerable references
en. Apply personally or adrclesspostpazd, . •
European Agent and Attorney at ;Law, Pittsburgh.
Mr. J. S. May will attend to ill European' busi
ness-in my absence: - - -telg
C`a~~.". : #C'at'?'a+.7"`L , "F yG:y'!;r Vt~agf.
444 • l B'4 •
REMITTANCES to, and Passage to and from
Great - Britiin and Ireland, by the Black Bali;or
old Line of Liverpool Porkets. Sailing from New
York -- rind Liverpool on the Ist and 16th of every
month. And by.firet class American Stripa [S•illing
Weekly.] • -
Persons sending to the "Old Country” for their
friends; can - make the'necessary - arrangements with
the subscribers, and haveihem brought - out in any of
the eight ships cqe . priahrg the Black ,Ball ar Old 'Line
of Liverpool P4Ckete; (sailing from Liverpook at the
Ist and 16th breiltry month,) also by first class chips,
sailing from . that 'port weekly, which our -Agents,
Messrs:jamea D. Roche & Co., there will send out
without deli): ,
Should - those sent foinot come out the money will
be refunded - without any. deduction.
The "Illardc.Ball; or,old Line of Liverpool Packd
ets," comprise:the following magnificent and
will sail (from Liverpool on their regblar appointe
day, as.follows:
.:.::,`....0n Ist Jan. Ist May: Ist Sept.
'Europe, ' 16th " 16th " 16th "
New York,. .. ... lit Feb. • lst Jane. Ist Oct.
American, 16th. " 16th " 16th "
Yorkshire, "Ist July. lstNoi.
.Cambridge, ,16th:." 16th " 16th Dec.
Oxford, Ist Aprill let Aug. Ist "
Montezuma, • 16th " 16th " , 16th ' "
Notice.—lt is well known, that the Black Ball is
the very best conveyance for persons to 'get opt their
friends, and as other passenger agents idveitise to
bring out passengers by that Line, the public are re
spectfully notified by.the owners that no . passenger
agents, but Roche, Brothers & Co., and - Blakely &
Mitchel, are authorized to advertise and to bring out
I passengers by that Line.
We have at all times for the Drafts at Sight for any
I amount, direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dub
lin. ,Also on Messrs. Prescottt, Grote, Ames & Co.,
Bankers, - London, whiclr are paid free of discount; or
any charge, whatever, in all the principal towns
throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Apply to, or address, if by Letter, (post paid.),
No. 35, Fulton street New York.
(Next door to the Fulton Bank.
. JAMES D. ROCHE & Co's Office,
No. 20, Water street, Liverpool....
Penn street, near the Canal Sridgii,
myl4 and Smithfield at, near sth
TapseoWs General Emigration Wilms.
tiuREMITTANCES and passag to
and from GREAT BRITAIN AND gbh
IRELAND, by W. Sr. J. T. Tapscott
75 South street, corner of Maiden Lane, New York,
and 96 Waterloo road Liverpool.
The subscribers having accepted the agency' of
the above house, are now prepared to make arrange
ments upon the most liberal terms with those desi
rous of paying the passage of their friends from the
old Country, and flatter themeseives their character
and long standing in business will give ample as
surance that all their arrangements will be carried
out faithfully.
Messrs. W. & J. T. Tapscott, are long and frA•ora
bly known for the superior class, accommodation
and sailing qualities of their Packet Ships. The
ERPOOL, and SIDDONS, two of which leave each
Port monthly,
from New York the 21st and 26th and
from Liverpool the 6th and 11th, in addition to which
they have arrangements with the St. George and
Union Lines of Liverpool Packets to insure 'a doper ,
tore from Liverpool. every fir edays being thus demi
mined, their facilities shall keep pace with their in
creasing patronage, while Mr. W. Tapscott's constant
per-senal superintend:ince of the business in Liver
is an additional security that the comfort and
accommodation of the passengers will be ',anima.:
!arty attended to.
The subscribers being (as usual) extensively enga
in , Jic Transportation Business between Pittsburg
,nd Ilay,tic Cities. sae thereby enabled to take
charge of and forward passengers immediately on
their landing, without a chance of disappointment or
delay. and are therefore prepared to contract for pas
sage iYum any sea port in Great Britain or Ireland to
this City; the nature of the business they are engaged
in giving them facilities for carrying passengers so
tier inland not otherwise attainable, and will, (if nej
cessary,) forward passengers further West by the
host mode of conveyance without any additional
charges for their trouble. Where persons sent for
decline coming out, the amount paid for passag6 will
be refunded in full.
The subscribers are also prepared to give drafts at
sight, for any amount payable at the principal Cities
and Towns in England, Ireland, Scotland and
Wales; thus affording a safe and expeditious mode of
Remitting funds to those Countries, which persons
requiring such facilities, will find it their interest to
avail themselves of.
Application (if by letter post paid) will be prompt
ly attended to
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
mar 27 d&wy. Pittsburgh, Pa
Remittances to England,: Ireland, scot•
land and Wales.
IDERSONS desirous of remitting money to any o
E the above countries, can do to through the sub
scribers on the most easy terms. We are prepared
to issue drafts for any amount over L'l,oo sterling,—
Remittances made through our house any day before
the 23d of May, will be received in Ireland; by the
20th of June.
BLAKELY & 'MITCHEL, Pittsburgh,
Agents for Roche, Bro's & Co.,
my I 1 New York
Extqn:Hilon of Pittsburgh.
The subscriber has laid out, and now offers for
sale at reasonable prices and on accommodating
terms, one hundred and ten building lots, on that
handsome level ground between Braddock street and
the Monongahela river. They are about one-third
of a mile from the city line, and are situated in. that
part of the city district which will probably soon be
annexed to the city as the Seventh Ward, No pro
perty in the suburbs possesses superior advantages,
nor has any heretofore been laid out with so liberal
an allowance of wide streets; Braddock-is from one
hundred and twenty
,to about one hundred and ninety
feet wide, and Beaten, Commerce ? Brady, Columbus
and Water streets, all wide avenues. Most of the
lots have two fronts, and as they are of various sizes,
and will be sold one lot, with the priuilege of four or
five, early applicants can be accommodated to suit
their own views of improvement. Persona who de
sire to build or to make 'secure investments in pro
lerty that isaure tfradranee in value, and particular
y those who intend to erect manufactones, would
do well to view these lots and examine the draft be
fore purchasing elsewhere. The survey for the Bal
timore and Ohio railroad and the railroad survey by
the State of Pennsylvania'were both made alongside
of this property, and it is generally considered that
Braddock street, or the ground immediately alongside
of it, affords the only eligible route for a railroad
from Pittsburgh to the /East. Coal can be delivered
on this property at a much less cost than on the Al
legheny river, and there is always deep water at this
part of the river. E. D. GAZZAM,
aug2s-tf Office, Market, between 3d and 4th sta.
Fifth Street Furniture W arereonte.
THE subscriber would most respectfully call - the
attention of the public to his stock of Cabinet
Ware, possessing advantages over any other manu
facturing establishment in the city. Ho is enabled
to sell his Wares at much lower prices; therefore, he
would remind those who want good Furniture at a
air price not to forget the right place, No. 27, Fifth
street. (mar 23-d&wy) H. H. RYAN.
Scotts Vegetable Pills.
JUST received a fresh supply of those. In
valuable Pills, to those who know them, no
thing need be said in their favor, for by their in
trinsic merit they can speak for themselves, but to
the afflicted who have never used them we recom
mend a trial, for they have been the means (under
the blessing of God,) of imparting health .and
strength to thousands who were apparently draw
incr near to the gates of Death, the Inveterate Cancer
and scrofula have been effectually cured by them,
also, Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Inilarn ati on, Drop
sy in the head, Jaundice, Asthma, Sores of twenty
years'standing, Croup, Measles, Worms and even
cases. considered Consumption have all yielded to
their highly renovating powers. They arealso un
surpassed in their purifying properties,when taken
as_an occasional physic by, old-or young, being as
well suited for the infant of one day as for the
man matured in life.
Ey the express command , of the. Proprietor,.they
are' sold at 12} cents per box of 25 pills, with full
directions. Sold wholesale and retail 'by
SAMUEL LINDSAY, No, 104 Liberty at.
jyl7-d2ln •
BEDSTEADS-;-.l.lahogany, Birch, Maple, Ch arty .
and Poplax high , and low post bedsteads al
ways .on hand and - for.. sale low at the Futtaiture
warehouse of , T B. YOUNG ! & go, ,-
31 Hand st r r-
3nsurctiirc tompaitito.
The b:'ratahlta Fire insurance Company
CHARTER PERPETUA L. $400,000 paid in of
fice 1631, Chestnut at., north side, near'Fifth.--
Take Insurance, either permanent or limited, against
loss or damage by fire, on property, and effects of ,
every description, in town or country, on the most
reasonable terms. Applications, made either per
sonally or by letters, will be promptly attended to. .
.C. N. BANCEER, Prest.
C. G. Batecitra, Sec , y.
Charles N. Bancker, Jacob It. Smith,
Thomas Hart, George W. Richards,
Thomas J. Wharton, • Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Wagner, • Adolphi E. Boris,
Samuel Grant, David S. Brdwn. -
WAnatcx MARTIN . ; Agent, at the Exchange Office
of Warrick Martin, &CO, corner of Third and Mar
ket streets. •
Fire risks taken on buildings and tfieir contents In
Pittsburgh, Allegheny and the surrounding country.
No marine or inland 'navigation risks taken.
aug4.y. - •
,and Illarkne Insurap.c.o. ,
THE Insurance Company of North ,American of
Philadelphia, through its duly authorized Agent,
the subscriber, offers to make permanent and limited
Insurance on property, in this city audits vicinity j
and on shipments by the canal and _rivers..
Arthur G. Coffin, Preen. Samuel Brooks,
Alex. Henry, .. - •, Charles Taylor,
.. . I
Samuel W. Jones, . , . Samuel W. Smith, . I
Edward Smith, t Ambrose. Whiter
John A. Brown, . Jacob M. Thomas, .. .
John White, . John R. Neff,
Thomas P. Cope, Richard D. Wood,
Wrn. Welsh, Henry D. Sherrard , Sec'y,
This is the oldest Insurance Companyin the Urli. ,
ted States, having been chartered in 1794.. Its char.
ter is perpetual, . and from its high standing, long
experience, ample means, and avoiding all risks of
an extra hazardous character, it may be considered
as offering ample security to the public.
.... _ . _
At Counting Itoorn.or Atwood, Jones & Co., Wa
ter and Front streets, Pittsburgh. 0et231.
New Voris.
THIS well known and respectable company is -pre
pared through - their PITTSBURG AGENCY, to
make insurance of every kind connected with risks
of transportation and Inland navigation; to insure
against loss or damage' by Sre, Dwelling Houses,
Warehouses, Buildings in general, Goods, Wares,
and Merchandise; and every description of personal
property on the most .favorable terms.
ApplicatiOns for Insurance attended to without de-
lay at the office, No. 31 Water and 62 Front sm., by
At an Election held at the office in N. Y.; May
12th, the following named gentlemen were chosen
Directors of this Company, for the ensuing year,
Joseph W. Savage, Stephen Unit,
John Browner, John McChain,
William G. Ward, Wm. W. Campbell,
John Newhouse, Jacob Miller,
William S. Slocum; Marcus Spring,
John F. Mackie, Joseph S. Lake,
John J. Herrick.
And at a subsequent meeting of the Board, JO
SEPH W. SAVAGE, Esq., Was unanimously re-elee
ted President for the ensuing year.
au 4-1 y. Secretary.
J Philadelphia—Charter perpetual—Capital 000,-
NO paid in. Office in Philadelphia,. No. 12 Walnut
street—Wm. Davidson, Neal; Frederick Finley,!
Sec'y. This old and well established Company con
to insure Buildings, Merchandize, Furniture,
and Property, not of an extra hazardous character,'!
against loss or damage by Fire.
Applications for Insurances in Pittsburgh and its
neighborhood will be received, and risks taken
either perpetually or for limited periods, on favora
ble terms, by GEO. COCHRAN, Agent,
dec 2 , 1 No. 26, Wood street.
Agents at Pittsburgh, for the Delaware Mutual
Safety Insurance Company of Phihufelphia.
Fm.: RISKS upon Buildings and Merchandize of
every description, and Marine Risks upon hulls
or cargoes of vek - sels, taken upon the Roost favorable
Office at the warehouse of King & Holmes, on
Water st., near Market street, Pittsburgh.
N. 11. King & Finney invite the confidence and
patronage of their friends and community at large to
the Delaware M. S. Insurance Company, as an insti
tution among the most flourishing in Philadelphia—
as having a large paid in capital, which, by the oper
ation of its charter, is constantly increasing—as
yielding to each person insured his tine share of the
profits of the Company, swithout involving him in
any responsibility whatever, beyond the premium
actually paid in by him; and therefore as possessing
the Mutual principle divested of every obnoxious
feature, and in its most attractive form. nov I-tf
Agency of the Franklin Fire Insurance
Company of Philadelphia.
N. E. corner of Third and Wood streets, Pittsburgh.
rpHE assets of the company on the first of Janua
ry, 1845,as published in conformity With an act
of the Pennsylvania Legislature, were
Bonds and Mortgages, 8600,615 93
Real Estate, at cost, 100,967 77
Temporary Loans, Stocks and Cash, ... 203,499 72
Making a total of $009',683 42
Affording certain assurance that all losses will be
promptly met, and giving entire security to all who
obtain policies from this Company. Risks taken at
as low rates as are consistent with security.•.
IV llsonis Pills
ric WILSON PILLS, as a remedy peculiarly
adapted for headaches and dyspeptic affections,
are pretty generally knotyn and esteemed in this
community; and the proprietor, so often as he has
occasion to write or speak of them, can scarcely re
frain from an expression of his grateful acknowledge
ments to his friends for their patronage and kindness
to him. His feelings are the warmer from observing
the "beginning and the ending"—thrown almost in
juxtaposition—or so many. nostrums and kindred pre
pal-stains egually loud in their pretensions, and
much A pron industriously presented to the public ;
whilelis preparation noiselessly advances, even to
remote places, soothing and comforting the afflicted,
and permanently graflingitself upon the affections
of new friends, thus continually widening the- circle
of its usefulness. Although well satisfied that his
medicine Iras, as it were, a principle of perpetuity in
it, yet he is obliged to his friends for the most sub
stantial evidence of the fact.
In its natural history, if you please, the Wilson
Pill differs. from most other preparations in not being
originally made for sale r or with a view to pecuniary
profit; while as every body knows, the greatest tyro
(as a general thing) no sooner begins' to (Ribble in
drugs than he caste about for some cheap prepara
tion, or must 'get up,' as the phrase is, something--
anything that will sell. Olen ho attemnts it under
an assumed or fictitious name. as though conscious
his own were insufficient to sell it. The difference
then between the Wilson Pill and the preparations a
have just indicated, would appear to he this: The
consciousness of the value of my pill originated
the idea of putting them on sale for money, and at I
price. The consciousness of the value of money
originates in most instances the many preparations
I have alluded to; and the price most likely 'to take'
is always first carefully considered„and the pill. or
otherpreparation made and graduated to suit it. The
one is a DISCOVERY, and comes from the groat Arcana
of Universal Nature; the other a trick or invention,
and comes from a• not very, popular quality of INDI
VIDUAL Nature. t Reader! the difference here is
great. In one instance the value attached to the PILL
is the starting point; in the other,the MONEY. But
it is not probable that some of the . Many prepara
tions having even such paternity were acackntally
good, but that .possibliby this process of "getting
up" as the'y call it, by puffing and 'blowing, as we
clean wheat, they have been "got up" too high be
fore their specific gravity had been carefully ascer
tained, and have, blown off never, to be heard of,
with other chaff—some lighter, soe heavier..
Whatever maybe the rationale , I must repeUt it,
that I am most profoundly thankfu to my friends for,
their discrinlination itinot eonsigning DIY discoTery to
that compenduous category of "inventions that did
not answer"—of "tricks that won't Win.." •
The Wilson Pißeare useful as a .oErrra..u. remedy,
and may be kept and taken, in proper doses, imfam- .
ilies, as a preventative cifieneral ill health, or,
ease of whatever name, by any member of the fam
ily, without any fear of:thb consequences of.expe
sure in the ordinary pursuits of business. , •
;Cr They !nay alwayi be bad in any quantity of the
proprietor, in Pen natreet, below Marhury, and of th
principal Druggists of- this city and Allegheny.
iY 224lB cw. 7M;
NEW qR.I4ANS.S wait. -20hhde Q.., Sugar
for sale by dc26) . JAMES MA Y.
Seven. Thousan d eases of obstinate .fulmonary Conn
We ,nak the attention of the candid,to a feiv con
eideratione. ,
Nature; in every part - Oiler works, has left indeli
ble marks of adaptation and design.
The constitution of the animals end vegetables Of
the forest, is such that they could not endure the
cold of the frigid zone, and vice Team.
In regard to diseases and its cure, the adaption is
mere or less striking.
The Moss of Iceland, the Wild Cherry and Pines
of Northern latitudes <and "Dr. liVisraals DAL
sail. is a compound chemical ., extract ftom -thesea
have long been celebrated for complaints prevalent
only in cold climates. Indeed the most distinguished
Medical men. have averred that nature furnishes in
every country medicines for its own peculiardiseases.
.Consumption:in its' confiamed and incipient stages
Coughsi Asthma •Ciattfi and Vier Comp/stint feria by
far the most dual class of diseases known to our
land. Yet even these may he cured by means of the
simple yet powerful remedies (mimed , above) and
which' are - scattered, by ir benefiment Providence;,
wherever those Maladies prevail. •
Wistwes Bataan or INTIM Curatir always tnum
pliant! cure' follows cure in its onward victorious
J. W i hilmore.Dear Sir: As youaxe the reg
ular dutborized agent in Dayton, for the sale of "'Dr.
Wistaria Balsam of Wild Cherry," I take this meth
od of Making a 'statement of facts to you (which I
hopo.may be published to the world) in reference tb
an almost miraculous cure, wrought in my case by
moans of the above Invaluable Balsam. ,
Langilage rails to detieribe the salutary °Vets it pro
duced', and the great benefit I derived from its use.
The .citiaens of Dayton and vicinity, well recol
lect that on the- Bth of -August last,,l received seri
ous injury from Alm explosion of a cannon. A por
tion of its contents entered my right side and breast;
and in all probability, some fragments or splinters df
the ram-rod passed through tho 4 , plitra,” and pierced
the Lungs.
After the lapse of about six weeks, I was attacked
with a distressing cough and a.-violent pain in my
right side. 'Some ten days atter this when in a par
oxysm of coughing, suddenly and FLCER broke, and
a large quantity of very offensive matter,. mixed
with ~Toody ' , vas.- discharged; most of which fontid
pasiage through the- bpening of tffe• wound. From
this ffpcning theriiTreqffently painted a qua ntity of
air, supposed- to,issuo from the lungs: During - all
this time my sufferingsjoere almost intolerable. - -
My'phygicians, meanwhile paid the Strictest:atten
tion to me, and did all in their power for my recov
ery. "But with all their skill they could not reach
the seat of distress, after the Lungs had become affect
ed. I was visited during this time by at least twenty
It was now reduced to a certainty, that inflamation
of the lungs was rapidly taking place; and that this
would terminate my life in a very short time, was in
the highest degree probabie.
At this critical stage, a messenger was despatched
to Cincinnati, and a celebrated Physician of that
place was consulted. When he was made acquaint
ed with my situation, he remarked that nothing could
be done by medical aid, if the constitution itself Was
not sufficient to throw off the disease.
My friends now despaired of my recovery, and
had no earthly ground of hope to survive many days.
Fortunately at this juncture, I saw one of Dr. Wis
tar's Pamphlets, entitled "Family Medical Guide,"
or "Treatise on Consumption'of the Lungs." As I
had often heard of dying men "catching at straws,"
I felt this doing so myself. (V the consent of my
Physicians, 1 sent to yon for a bottle of the medicine
described viz: Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,"
which relieved me almost immediately. After I
had used some five or six bottles flofar recovered as
to be up and about. My cough ceased, and my lungs
were restored to a healthy state—all from the heal
ing and balmy influence andpowerful medicinal vir
tues of Wistar's Balsam.
Were it not from the external injury I received in
my shoulder and arm by the explosion, I feel confi
dent that I might have been working at my trade
(which is blacksmithing,) but this has prevented.
By exposure, I have since taken several severe
colds, and my only remedy has been "the balsam."
And I now most cordially recommend the genuine
IVlstar's Balsam to all who are afflicted with Colds,
Coughs, or Lung Complaints. I consider it an inval
uable medicine—a real blessing to . the world. Any
person desiring further information, may call on me
any time. yours truly,
City of Dayton,
Montgomery co., State of Ohio 5
Subscribed and sworn to, before me, Justice o
the Peace, this 11th day of Feb. 1845.
Testimony of Moe highly creditable citizens. of
Dayton, in confirmation of the above.
We. the undersigned, being intimately acquainted
with Mr.S myth, and having seen and watched over
him during his late illness, do not hesitate to say
that the foregoing is by no means an exaggerated
statement, Mitt is entitled to full credit.
J. 13. H. DODSON,
HENRY R. SAlY'rli.
DThe true and genuine "Wialar3a Balsam of
Wild Cherry," is sold at established agencies in all
parts of the United States.
Sold in Cinicnnati on the corner of Fourth and
Walnut streets, by SANFORD dr. PARK.,
General Agenu for the Western States. -
For sale by L WILCOX Jr., S. E. cor. Market et.
and the Diamond Pittsburgh. may9-y.
Franklin Medical College Of Phlladel•
first animal course of lectures in this institu
.l, tion, will be opened on Monday, the twelfth
day of October next, (the second Monday in October,)
and will be continued until the end of the ensuing
C. C.V.4,N WICK, M. D.—Principles and practice
of Surgery.
MEREDITH CLYMER, M. D.—Principles and
practice of Medicine.
ica and Therapeutics.
and diseases of women and children.
LEVIN S. JOINEs, M. D.—Physiology and legal
JAMES B. ROGERS, M. D.--Gencral and Organic
30,8EP11 LEIDY, M. D.—Demonstrator of An
The Franklin Medical college was incorporated
in the Legislature of Pennsylvania, by an act ap
proved 28th January, ISA and is authorised by sec
tion third•of its charter, "to grant the degree of Doc
tor of Medicine to any such persons as shall possess
the qualifications now usually required of candidates
in other Medical Colleges in this State."
For each course of lectures,. $15,00
Marticulation fee, to be paid once only, 5,00
Diploma fee, 10,00
Additional information respecting the course of in
or other matters connected with the Facul
ty, can be obtained upon application. personally, or
by letter, to .1. B. BIDDLE, M. D.,
Dean of the Faculty, N. E. corner of Quince and
Spruce streets, Philadelphia. mar 114.16 m
confidently recommend and could refer to hun
dreds of our citizens who have used •
as a certain, safe and effectual remedy for Dysentry,
Diarhian, or Looseness, Cholera IVlorbus, SUMMER
COMPLAINT, Colic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach,
Sick and Nervous Ileadache r ifeartburn, &c.
This is one of the most efficient, pleasant, and
safe compositions ever offered to the public for the
cure 'of the various derangements of the errom.eti
and BOWEL?, and the only article worthy of the least
'confidence for curing CHOLERA INFANTUM or
SUMMER COMpLAINT; and in all the above dis
eases it really acts like a charm.
From the Rev. Asa Shinn, of the Protestant Method-
ist Church'.
The undersigned having been afflicted during the
past winter with a disease in the stomach, sometimes
prodcingseveie pain inthe stomach for ten or twelve
hourswithout intermission, and having tried various
remedies with little effect, was furnished with a hot
tle.of:Dr. Ja.rerr. 3 a Csamirirrivr. BALSAM. This he
used according to the directions, and found invaria
bly that- this medicine - caused the pain to abafe in
hree or four minutes, and in fifteen or twenty min=
utes every uneasy' sendation was entirely quieted.
The medicine was aflirwards used whenever indica
tions of the approach- of pain: were perceived, and
the pain was thereby prevented. Re ' , continued' to
use the medicine every evening, and sometimes in the
morning, and in a few weeks. healtblWali so far rel
stored, that the sufferer was relieved from a large
amount of oppressive pain. From experience, there
fore, he can{ confidently recommend Dr. D. Jayne's
Carminative Balsain,.as a salutary medicine for
cases of thistoniach and•boweis.
Allegheny city, - July, 16th, 1843. •
••'For saleinPittribuigh at the.PEKIN TEA STQAE,
Fourth . Street,' near Weed. • •
Price 26 and'6o.Cents per bottle. jel&daref
tTlis Potind at I. alit,
pidinis cured in one ye4r!
Diirrorr, Feb, Ittb, 1845.
Stlll4 Another Wonderful Cure of
• • ' - : CONSUMPTION. • _
Conghs,Colds,Asthma, Ilronchitii,J..iver Complaint,
Spitting Bleed, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain in •
- 'the Side and Breen, Palpitationofthe Heart, I
Ininenza, Croup, Broken Constitution, •, 1
Sore Throat, Nervous Debility,
' and all 'diseases of Throat,
Breast and Lungs, the
most effectual and
speedY cure ever
known for -
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, • abOverliseases •
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:118.-111WAltarEss • • •-•'
Dr. Swarsr--Dear Sir: I feel it •ti :debt ;Of
gratitude due yon—and it duty to the afflicted 'gen-,
emlly; to offer my humble testimony in favor °flints:
'Compound .Syrup of Prunus Virginia, or , Wild Cher
ry, orrather of ste
.siterlicinal virtues, Some three
years since I , was violetitly .attacked.with Feld and
stelamation of the Lung', ,which was, accompanied
with a very distressing cough, pain in the breast and
headi, a_ very conaidetable discharge of offensive
mucus from the lungs, frequent'from them, especial
ly from changes of, weather,hovveaer slight. Atfirst
I felt no alium about cenditien,but was pretty
soon convinced- that I. was rapidly going into con
sumption. ' I grew dailyweakor, and at length was
scarcely able to walk' abOut; or speak above a "A's;
per,..auch was the exceeding weaknesa of my lungs:
Dering•this time I had tried various-preparations and
preacriptiens, hot found no reliqfh-growing all thn
'time worse. Just here I was advised andperluided
by s..d.Sir friend in Wilmington, to make trial .**
your-Synm of Wild Cherry; I taint confess that pre
had- been prejudiced against patent medi
cines, and ate still, against those -coming- out of the
hands•of empirice;but, understanding your claims to
the profession and Practice_ of medicine, and having
implicit faith in the say so of znY .friend, I forthwith
purchased of Dr. Shaw, one of your agents, a few
bottles, and commenced its use. My • diziease
this time was of 20 or 24 months standing, conse
quently, was deeply seated. It therefore Inquired
time and a number of 'bottles to •effect a cure in my
case; I found, however r considerablerelief from the '
first four or five bottles. But being a isublic speaker,
I frequently attempted to preach with my increasing
strength and health, and thereby ruptured thoie ves
sels that had already began 'to heal, in this way,
doubtless, my cure was greatly retarded. In coney
quence of acting thnsimprudently, 1' had to nee ;12
or 15 bottles before I was perfectly restored. Share
no question, 'a much' smaller number of bottles
would have made me sound, but for theabove
cretion. The Syrup allayed the fisverish habitirlone
away the distreoung•cough,,pnt a i 'stop to the die
charge of matter-from thellungs, and gave them and
the entire system, good health, - Thanks be - to God,
who is the source of all health, and to. Dr. SwaYne
for it. I would recommenethe _Syrup to , all , per
sons who may be affected 'With colds, cough or con
sumption. I verily believe Kevin cure consuniption
in the first and second stages, and in the last, will
give ease and prolong life. It is air, excellent medi
cine in cases of whooping cough, land is so 'very
pleasant to the taste, that children will cry for it. 1
have deferred offering this certificate until now, for
the purpose of being perfectly eatisfied with the per
manency of the cure, and now that I feel perfectly
well, I offer it with pleasure. -
Duplin County, N.C., Dec. 13, 1845.
1):!T The (original and only) genuine article is only
prepared by Dr. Swayne, North-west corner Bth and
Race streets, Philadelphia. , • I
Remember, all preparations purporting to contain
Wild Cherry, are fictitious and counterfeit, except
that bearing the written signature of Dr. Swayne.r-
Great care should be observed in purchasing of the
authorized agents. The only agents in. Pittsburgh
for the sale of the genuine medicine are, Wm. Thorn,
53 Market at.; Ogden & Snowden 'corner of Weed
and 2d et., and S. Jones, 180 Liberty at.; white it
can be obtained genuine, wholesale and retell; at
proprietor's prices. Sold by John Mitchell, Alle
gheny city; E. B. Hinman; 'Cincinnati; Dr. Megeffits,
Mercer; J. H. Burton & Co., Erie; J. S. Morris l&
Co., Louisville; Dr. E. Easterly & Co., St. Louis;
Andrew Oliver & Co., New Orleans; Denig &Son,
Columbus; Boyd, Cants & Co., Butler; Mackenzie
Haskell, Cleveland; Dr. Baker, Wheeling, Va.; wth.
R. Wood ; Maysville, Ky.; Miller, Brownsville; Dr.
H. Campbell & Co., Uniontown; R. E. Johnson, Cum
berland; J. M. Sharp, Dayton; and by agents in all
parts of the United States. may 9
SOME.Druggists ant misled into the error of hey
ing a miserable imitation of Dr. Smith's Sugar-
Coated Indian Vegetable Pills simply because-they
can purchase the spurious che aper. ! We shall in' all
cases expose such dealers throughout the country,
who, alter being duly informed of the rascality of
these imitators, buy and attempt to impose upon the
public with such worthless trash. It is not this Su
gar coating alone that constitutes the value of my.
Pills, but it is my invention, for which I claim the
right. G.• BENJ. SMITH, M. D., • ;
179 Greenwich at. and 2 Water st.ffloston.
We, the undersigned, wholesale druggists in Lau...
isville, Ky., are satisfied, from all 'the informtitibn
that we can obtain, that Dr. G. BENJAMIN SIMITH
is the original inventor of the Sugar-Coated Pills i
We are prepared to supply dealers at the New
York price. l '
Robinson, Peter 4- Cary, 992 Main street..
J. S. Norri 4. 4 Co., 461 Main st. I I
Rupert 4- Lindenberger, 511 Main; st. , I
George Lopping 4- Co. 79 Fourth at: 1
Bull 4- Alden, 81 Fourth et.
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The following from druggists in New York sho's
I invented the Sugar Coated Pills in 1843:i
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New York, June 16th, 1649.
We, the undersigned, never saw dr heard of "Su
gar Coated Pills," until Dr. G. Benjamin Smith Man
ufactured and exhibited them to as about a year since.
Rushton 4. Co., 110 Broadwarand 10 Astor fleinie.
Israel Randolph, N. D. 86 Liberty;st. 1
Horace Everett, 96 Hudson st, • I
John Castree, 97 Hudson st. ' - - !!
• I:
' David Sands, 79 .Fulton st. , . !!
I have .
been afflicted with dyspepsia in its
gravated form for three years past , and found no g -re
relief until I used Dr. G. Benj. Smith's "Sugar-teat-,!
ed Indian Vegetable Pills.";' After using six boleslof I
said valuable pills, am entirely cured. - They ere
a general remedy. - - ' 'J. K. LE.E.M.A.N.!
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 9,1845. !
We certify to the above facts.
Dr. Smith ' s "Sugar-Coated Pills"-are universally
esteemed in this vicihity. • ! I
HODGE GIVENS & Co, Merchanta.'
Paducah, Ky. Nov. 19, 1895. ' I' •
At the request of Dr. G. Benjamin Smith's agent
we cheerfully state that we visited the office of Dr.
Smith in September last, while in New-York, and
found him to all appearance carrying on a very ex
tensive business with his Sugar-Coatd Indian Vege
table Pills. The extent of his establishment would
astonish any one net initiated in the mysteries of the
pill trade.—Louisville Journal.
(From Dr. Singleton.) I
Sinithland, (Ky.) Feb. 24, 1846,
Dr. G. Benj. Smith.—Dear Sir: Nothing has ever
been introduced that has sold so well and given - such.
general satisfaction as your Sugar-Coated Improved
Indian Vegetable Pills. Very respectfully, youra,
.• • S. F. SINGLETON.,
(From Bull & Alden.) ' ! '
Louisville,(Ky.) Feb: 13th, 1846:'
Dr. G. Benj. Smith—Dear Sir: Yru will please send
us 12 gross of your valuable Pilts. From present in
dications we shall sell a large amount of, therm--
We find that they go very quick. Your friends,
( From Wilson, Starbird & Smith.) . _ 1 ,.,
Louisville, Feb. 13th, 1896:
Dr. Smith--.-Dea r . Sir:. About. two' weeks ago We
bought 2 gross ! of youi;lndiari Vegetable Sugar Coat
ed Pills. Though business is dull here at this time,
yet we have sold them all. You will.please send=
10 gross through Messrs. Lawrence & Keese, of yOur
city, who Will forward them to us via Pittaburgh.,l .
Yours, respectfully, - I
This is !to certify ,that I . have . used the Sugar
coated pills manufactured by G. Benji Smith, of New
York, for some time, and belieVethem to be a good
medicine; and also ROM enquiry .in that city, I km
persuaded' that - he is' the original inventor, and
therefore, is entitled to the benefit of theinventon.
• aug2l. - , Pastor Ist .Baptist Church' Pittsburgh;
We bait) forty letters from different dealers solicit,
iiig the agency of my Pffl,although they had dealers,
rions in their
we stiire—one in particular from New Or
leaner, which shall publish. ' , '4 -
Principal Officei—New York, 179 GreanWichetj
Boston-2 Water st. -!! 7 . •' . ' 1 '
011 Q. BENJAMIN MlTl:tie written on the 'bot
tom of every box of genuine "Sugar-Coated Pills."
Atarra—rffilliam Hearlersen Druggist, 205 Liberty
street Pittsburgh: John Sergeant Allegheny city.
maylBd7m. ': - i
'Martin and qmith;
OUCCESSORS to Irvine & Martin,*holesale goo
-1,3 care, produce and • commission merchants and
dealers in Pittsbulh manufactured ardclee, No. 56,
Wood :street. Pittsburgh, Pa. 3elB
- .1/Itbicat.
tlfedloal and SArgital Office.
Health is the charm of life, witlibutit gold,
t Love, letters friends - all all are itnenjoyed.
igularly educated physi.
vi from the eastern cit
, would respectfully an:
iunce, to the citizens of.
ittsburgh, Allegheny and
inity, that he can be
united privately '.and
infidcntially, every, day
, ening at his office on
ianiond, Alley, a few
ws from Wood street,
towards the market.
Dr. Brown. gives bis particuiar attention to the
reatmeniand investigation of the, following, disea
All diseaseiarising from ltripluities of the Blood
scrofula, syphilis, seminal weakness, impotency,
salt rheum, dis eases of the eye and ear,rheumatism
piles, Pal~eyc.
, Dr. Brown has much pleasure in announcing to
the public, that he is in possession of the latest ha
lormation And improvement in the .treatment of
secondary whils,practised at the Paris Lock-Ilos
pital. _ The modem researches on,. syphilis, its
complications and consequences, and the improved
modes of practice which - have been,Made known
to the public- 'but reeentley, and to, those „chiefly
who make this branch of Medicine, their partied
= study and practise. •
Many new and valuable remedies have,beenlata l
ly introduced; which.secures the patigntbeing met
curialized out of existence Strangers are apprised
that Doctor ,Brown;has been
,educated in every
branch of medicine, and regularly admitted Jo
practise, and that he now confines, himself to the
study andpraCtice of this particular branch,togeth ,
er with all diseases of a private or delicate nature,
incident to, .the humanfrnrae. , No cure, no pay. ,
Recent eases are relieved id a short time, with
ont nterruption from business. on DiamOnd Alley, a few doors from
Wood street, '
':towards the market. Consultations
trictly cOnfidential. rayl2-d&wy
-Preserve the Teeth.
• ...
yi, AR better is it to cure the toothache in one min
_Ll - ute,hy filling Wheeler"i'Teaberry Tooth Wash,
than to suffetthe•aching; also to cure soreness of the
gums, cure softness of the gums, stop bleeding of
the gums, and always keep •the teeth, gums.and
meuth pleasant, and in the best state of health.
Whilst introducing WHEELER'S TEABERRY
TOOTH WASH to the public, it is the'painful duty of
'the proprietor; to state that this zaicle,•svhich is the •
original, and only genuine Teaberry Tooth Wash, has
been imitated by numerous Teaberry Tooth Washes,
Teaberry Tooth Pastes, and a variety of articles with
the name Tiabetry annexed. to them, whea,•in fact,
this. article is the -first that ever.bore- the name of
Teaberry, and-is the only one which possesses the
real:virtue of the plant,and established all the celets:
rity for it, which induced ethers
.t.O make use of its
name, though theynever - flid present its intrinsic vir-.
toes to the public. As evidence that it is the first
preparation of Teaberry for the Teeth, the_ copy of
the certified thecae of - the United .fitates District
Court is published.- ' • • .
•ttxXte' 'Eastern District .of ennsy lama, t•_,
, wit: Be. it remembered, That on the
t i
„.... ..,- second day of February, Anno Dorninr;
:I lla one thousand eight hundred' and forty,
tr 4 tz' tsS•o,. ' ' ''' ' • '',
' l ' ril l 'l • ' W. WHEELER' '•
Of the said DiStrict, hath deposited in this Office the
Title of a Book, the title of which is in the words
folloising, to Wit: '
The right whereof he claims as Proprietor, in con
formity with the Act -of Congress; entitled "An Act
to amend the. several Acts respecting Copy Rights."
, •
• • Clerk of the Dist:Court.
1'1842, Feb. 2d.
~: C opy deposited.
The above Copy Right for - the Wrapper 'of the
Bottle, showing the Title of the Artiele'in legal lan.
guage, and granted in the legal form, will pvciVelhii
to be - the Orginal TEABERRY. TOOTH WASH, and
all others are but imitations, which bad gone out of
use wherever the Genuine Teaberry Tooth Wash is
sold. Then, remember, none is genuine but
Certificates of the Magistrates of the City of Phila
delphia. ' .
Having 'made use of your much celebrated Tea
berry Tooth Wash, I feel convinced that it is the
best article I have ever known, and hereby warmly
recommend ite use , to the , public in general, as a
pleasant and efficacious article for :preserving the
Teeth and Gums. 'ROBERT E. JOHNSTON.
For a number of years My Teeth arid Game were
so much out of order as to prevent .me from eating
with any pleasure, and caused much pain. Having
heard of Wheelens Teaberry Tooth Wash, I do cer
tify that I tried one battle of it, and in less than two
weeks my teeth and Gums were sound and, good; I
believe that the:tamp, of, it.wotad,beian advantage to
many others. •
. . .
Certificates of it.fendlers of thePh.qadelphia Bar.
Raving used Wheeler's Teabiry Tooth 'Wash and
powder, I have found them to possess cleansing and
purifying properties, 'and while they whiten and
. beautify the Teeth; they have a beneficial effect upon
the Gums, by imparting . to, them free and healthful
;action. F. A. RAYNOLD.
I have used Wheeler's Teaberry Teoth Wash, and
its effects upon my Teeth and Gums has given to me
a high opihioni of its merits. I cheerfully iecOrn
mend it to the general use. _ KNEAS&
MY daughter, has used , Wheelees Teaberry Tooth
;Wash (and powder) and has found its effects to be
cleansing and piri&EUtion of the Gunis, and's- sweet-.
;ening of the meuth... I have no hesitation in recom=
mending it'as the most beneficial preparation for.the
Teeth I:have ever s r
eext., • • C. J. JACK.
. .
Certfficates of Ladies and Gentlemen 0 - Nita&%AM.
"It is with gratitude that I send the following cer
tificate., hoping that many who suffer will be led by
'a perusal of it, Mobtain Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth
Wash, which article used,- and has effectually
eured Moth-ache ' soreness of the gums, removed
scurf from teeth., and I fully believe has entirely
Arrested all decay of them. I trust , that all who sat:
'far - having either- of the sathe'specieEr or. Complaint;
Will -as soon' as possible' use Wheeler's Teaberg
Tooth Wash, that they may berelieved.
"Owing to haling taken cold.; but mostly in conse
quence of the acidof a paint used in.coloring prints,
Pty Teeth because very much-injured; giving excru
ciating pain at intervals for between two .and_tlnce
Years. Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth ; Wash was us!d,
and has entirely cured them, which in certificate
form I send, that those who wish a perfect remedy
for painful teeth, and also desire a,pleasant Tooth
wash, may ivith confidence try Wheeler's Teriberry
Tooth Wash. MARY A TAYLOR.
"Wheeler's , Teaberry Tooth Wash" , having re=
moved scurf and cured soreness of the gams, which
had troubled me for two years , it is my belief that it
id a highly wail article, and.that it is advisible to
those who suffer with,the Teeth and:Gums to make
use of it. , - MARY SULLIVAN.
• -
“Your Teaberry Tooth Wash cured the tooth-ache
and also soreness of the gums in my family, and I
send you _this certificate, that those who suffer with
tooth-ache or soreness of the gums, may know that
it is a remedy for theta, and a very pleasant Tooth
W. Wheeler. '2 No. 14S, Catharine street.-
"Wheeler'S Teaberry_Tooth WaSh" having cured
soreness of the gums, and effectually, stopped bleed
ing Of the guins, I deem it a debt of gratitude for the
reliof which it afforded me, and a duty owed to my
fellow beings, to say, that it is my firm conviction;
that those who will use . Wheelees-Teaberry Tooth
Waal:, for the
,Teeth and Gums, will.find• that it is an .
important article. ' THOMAS J. roITURDY,,
From much severe affliction of myself, and others
of my family, with decayed Teeth and sore Gums,
and the manyrespectable testifoonials highly in.fever
, was induced so - give it a: trial; after which* family
used: it, and I rejoice to say that it did . perform 'a
thorough and effectual cure for all, and is the best
article that ever knew' of. I would recommend its
use to theie who may be suffering.
, - • - . ' ;: JESSE MOOIIE,--
W. Wheeler.; . No. 127, Market street.
Many:more testimonials are . exisi ng A ppro v i ng - o f
f , Wheelet 4 s Tiaberry Tooth Wash. , ' - •
Sold at WM, lACKSON'S Store - No. - 89 Liberty
street, Pittsburgh; bead;of Wood street.
Principal Office, N0..86 Chesiutiit4-Philadelphia.
SHOE THREAD.—A large assortment, , together
with Shoe findings end Intt or hinds, -Jostie.
ceiTetkby . JOHN W. BLAIR.: -
1020:: = 7 `.- 120 Wood street
Just received, a glendid assortment of Spring and
and Summer goodai , . - • .
Unsurpassed for quantity, quality or -
Style. The Proprietor of- tlsisestablishment
Takes great pleasure in inforthing his friends anti the
• public •
In general, that he is, now prepared to fill all orders
that his -
Numerous customers niay„favor him with'. 'Strangers
and - • •
Travelers would do well, in visitinglho'
Iron City; to call and examine his extensive and well
hlade stock of ready Made clothing. hain com
plete assortment of ' • • -, • -
English cloth, to which he would invite attention,
French cloths of .every color and quality, wich he is
Offering at a very small advance, on .eastern prices.
Remember at thin Store you are notaskedtwo prices,
being - • ' "
Convinced that'. small profitsand qiick sales is the
best way to secure custom. • • ;
Having in his employ the best work menrant, he can war.
- -
Every article made at.his eatablialiment to fit well,
And to be of the best Materials; he would again in
vite ' - • •
. .
Purchasers generally tee a call
Before pnrchasingin . any ether place, - -
As he is confident that he can sell them as good geode
atas -
Reasonable prices ea-anyhouse in thiti:CitY,
Going so far as to say a little c.heapcek-- ,
All his goods are
,new, and of handsome patterns,
In; the. the east hut erfew . weeks sin ae.-• -The subscri4
Now returns hid thanks to his friends and the-put-did
in general, and - • ' -
Solicits &continuance -of their Cavort; , ' ,‘
/rpn City Clothing Store, No. 132 Iriberty street./
mar f,:7- ' ' C. 11,CLOSKEY;
. .
7'hreo, Big Doors. cloth;ng . Store.
N 0.151, .tiberiy sliest. ' -
HE Proprietors of this old and highly popular es.
_IL stablislaniet informs his friends and the publics
at large, that portion of his Spring and Summer
_ .
Is now prepared for their inspection, and he respect-7
fully invites sHwho'contemplatepurchasing :articles
in his line to pay hima visit. •His stock this - seat:on.
ispeculiarly rich; comprising all the latest:Fashion - a
and Patterns, and. all his' Goods, having beeaselect-•
ed by himself in the eastern markets, he can-with.
confidence recommend them to his customers os be
ing of the very best quality. Hisiage asiortmenfot
Is made in the rnostmodern aildimproved style, and
the workmanship cannot be excelled. Pants sf ete
erydesaription, Satin 4••• Panty Vesta. He has a rare
and beautiful assortment of • .
• , VESTINGS, - -
To which he wonld call the attention of public as he
believes them to be more Beautiful and Cheaper„
Than anything of the kind that has been offered
, -
heretofore. • -
Tweed and-other coats, for . Sumiiiier wean' In:
great variety and made in every style, - Fashionable'
Shirts, Latest. Style-of Stocks, Susperiders of every
descriptions, Handkerchiefs, and every other article
necessary for a Fa,shionabie Dress. .1--
e has - a very large and .excellent ,a_rsortment
Sub,itahrial Clothing, which will be sold lower than-
It can be purcbaseit otherplace in the city-.—to
which he - would in rico attention of workingmen
and others who wish servicable clothing for every
day's wear.
.• Having] in his employ some the hes - Mutters and
Workmen,,that the Country can produci,' and being
provided with a stock .of Goods, which .for excel—
lence and variety-cannnt be equalled, he is prepir- -
At the - shortest notice, and in a style that Cannotlfe
Surpassed. • -
It is not considered any Trouble to show Clothing„
and the proprietor feels confident that afler-an ex
amination of his stock; all who desire to purchase,
will find it their interest to deal at his establishment.
The proprietor would take this opportunity to ten
der his sincere thanks to the public for - the nnpreke-'
dented'patronage bestowed upon his establishment,
and as, the success be has nant• with is an indication
that his efforts to pleas his patrons, have not, been.
unavailing; he pledges himself that nothing..shall be
omitted on his part te secure their kindness for the
Three 'Big DoOrs,
151 Liberty at.
Lawry, Merchant Tailor.
' •
WOULD inform his friends and the public. in
1/' general, that he has removed to Wood street,
in the Sr. CIiARLES building, 'two doors below the
entrance, where he is ready to exer-utscall orders in
the neatest and most fashionable manner, having' n
gaged .the services of Mr..Toricr. M. Ceitsrtz - a.s cut
ter, Whose attention will be devoted to that branch
ofthe trade and whose well known ability in - this par
ticular having long been. the-fashion
able community of this city, induces .the belief that
by close attention to business, he will be rable to
give general satisfaction to all who, may favor him_
with a - call- - -.liaving also made rrangements to keep
constantly on hand a general'' aisortment of every
thing adapted' to gentlenien's *ear; such as .Cloths,
Csasimeres, V,estinge, Shirts, DrawerS, Bosnnaj,-Sus
ponders, Gloves, Cravats, and every article pertain.;
ing tom.gentlnman's wardrobe, he-will be - ready-at
all times to supply any demand in his line.
The stibscriber respectfully informs his friends and
the public generally, that having entered into tire
above arrangement the establishment will be able to
furnish anyarticle in the Tailoring line, with a punc
tuality and despatch scarcely equalled by any.cither
in the city, and for style and workmanship nor sur7.
passed by any in the states.
ang22-d3ni • -31c0. M. CAMPBELL.
T UST RECEIVED-.A splendid assortment of,
Smnmer Cassimeres, Gingham, and. Gani7'.:
broons, suitable for coats and pants; alarge stock of
fancy Summer Stuffs; fancy'Cotton Cloths, a new ar
ticle; Oregon Cassiineres; Gold hfized -Tweeds hid'
Berkshire; 10 dozen:white shirt Linen Bosoms and
Cellars. ' -
Also, a great variety a fancy shirt striped'Ging-'
hams, &c.; a splendid assortment of .Summer Cra%.
vats, Marseilles,, Silk, Satin and, other, Vestings ot
superior styles : and quality; Socks, Idandkerc.biefs . ,--
Stocks; Bosoms, Collars, Lisle Gloves, and all kinds
of gentlemen , swear, ready' made;'or got up to - pider .
at the shortest notice, and at the loweit _prices;
W. B. SHARP - En,
Pittsburgh Clothing Store,
je3 s corner of WoMi and -Water sts.- -
, I M. WHITE has just received at his large,
establishMent, fronting im Liberty and Sixth
streets, a splendid assortment of TWI PIIS for
summer; also, a superior lot of
_French Satin YES-.
TINES, all of which he is ready to make up in
the latest fashion and on "the most reasonable terms
as usual. Observe the corner, No 167 Liberty
and Sixth Streets:
my. 1.4 J. Al. WHITE, Tailor, Proprietor.
-EltN PENNSYLVANIA , by Col. Swill,
With 10,1iU6 men, notwithstanding which,
White will continue to sell clothing . cheaper than.
any has heretotbre been .
offered in the western coon,—
try, having' The largest establishatent in the' City v
fronting 'on Liberty and Sixth streets. He is nom'
prepared to show to his numerous patrons the great
est vari6tv of cloths, cassimeres, vestings, and clog
thing of;all descriptions, suitable for the approaching(
season that has ever been offered in this market, no
which all can have the Right of - Wav: Observe thus
corner, N 0.167 Liberty and Sixth sheets.
J. - M. WIIITE Tailor
Veniticua .
. - .
A WESTERVELT, the old and well knows
. 11 . „ Venitian Blind /qaker, formerly of Second
and Fourth sta., takes this method to ibform his many
friends of the fact that his Factory is now in full op-7
eration on St. Clair st., near the ;old Allegheny'
Bridge, where a constant supply of Blinds of faiionsi
colors and qualities; is constantly kept on hand 'and'
at all prices, from twenty-cents tip to suit customers" ..
. N. B. If required, Blinds will be put up so, that
in case of alarm by Ste ' er,otheswise, Cloy: may bo
removed without the aid of a screwdriver, and , with
the same facility that any other piece of furniture
can be removed, and without any extra expense.
3e24-d&w.i. -
No. 238, Callowhill at
Hots! Hatatt.
SPRING FASHION.--Just received by ja.„
express from New York, the Spring Style, •
of Hata.. All those in. want of a neat superior Hat:,
ore respectfully invited'to call. , S. _MOORE,
N 0.93 Woodst., 3 doeis belovrDiarnohd Alley. -
TAT AR DR 0 I3E S—lf you want to purc.hase a
good wardrobe cheap colt at the fornituro:'
warehouse of T. B. 'XOUNG.& CO
jyl7 3l. Hand et
WE:staunch, Well built, light 'diaught'aeames ,
'I. Revenue Cutter, will be sold low and on good_
erme. Apply to je24. JA.S. DIAL
eau's be Beats
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