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141.1.atic d Portably Mont
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'1:7 1 OP. tr4tisporting good lie tween Pittsburgh and, the
EastPrn cities 'without !transhipping: This.old
•establishea lint (being the oldestportable boat line on
-the cattail is now prepared to receive produce and
"ntercliandize for 'shipping eider' Cast of\Vest: The
-boats 'by- this line are
; comirtattdcd ,by eiPc
'rienced- and sober ciptaina,iaud'provided with good
crews': 1 oats and cargoes are tranferred. from and
to canal aud railroad, saving lull -removal and separa.
lion' of gpods. made in as short bate, and
`goodsicarried on as fair tends as any other line.
Thankflil - fur, and respectfully soliciting 'a contiriu
:anct of the'very liberal and !growin'g patronage here,
.I.ofore bOtowed upon this line, we, with confidence
:assure thse merchants disposed to favor uS, that their
businessshall be'fione ' to their entire satisfaction.
Goods carried by us; consigned to either of our
houses,' Atli bo shipped to !their destination free of
•chargefo shipping storage! or adVauce of charges.
as we no interest in stdamboat stock, merchants
may depand upon their go 4s always being forwarded
without delay, upon good iboats, and al the lowest
rates of fret ht: ;
• Produ e consigned to ourihouse at philadelphia fo'r
tale, will be sold on liberal trans, and advances made
either atlPittsburgli or Plarlphia.
JOHN McF.S.D N & Co. Penn it.,
anal Basin Pittsburgb.
MES M. DAVIS j& Co. 249 land 251. -:
Zaltrket st. Philadelphia .
Pittsburgh POrtftble Boat Line,
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W- , *• - - 184 . 6 - It-' -- -
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I dle transportationlof deight between Pitts
- - r-bui , th and the Atlantic cities via Pennsylvania
Improvements and Baltimore and Susquehanna rail
.road.: • . . . .-
- . The Proprietors of this o d established line, having
,completed their arrang,emhnt?, are prepared to for
-.wardg Vs to and from thh. Last ioli the opening of
the c , n navigation,) ou Oa reasonable terms as any 1
other r sponsible line, anti arc determined that no .
care or attention on their part shallbe wanting to se
cure a donti of _nuancethal patronage so liberally be
stowed upon them for several years past.
The - decided success of ithe portable boat system,
so loanirest in the regularity and despatch experienced
in the d,elivery of goods ' 'the absence , of all risk of
delayilireakage or otherdhmage, incident to the old
-system,' where goods have to be hurriedly transhipped
Ihren tines on the way, mid the merchantable order
in which produce has ben avowedly delivered by
them, :has induced the prhprietors to increase their
stock 'bonsiderably this iseason. Their extensive
warehouses at each point,; (oneaqualled by any other
line;) lords them facili6e2 to conduct their business
with'd spatch; and . to sh t lppers the conyenience of
free storage, if required, ntil their arrangements arc
corn Ate—while their tofig experience in the carry
ing trade, it is presumed, will be sufficient guarantee
to thei.4 patrons and The phblic that they will success
fully Oart themselves to give general satisfaction.
Produce' received foragarded,.' Steamboat charges
paid, :..nd bills lading traisraitted free of charge for
commission, advancing of storage, and all communi
cationti to the following, agents promptly attended to:
-TALIFFE .I , z O'CONNOR,
Cot. Penn anil Wayne sts., Pittsburgh.
- , THOMAS BORBIDGE,
27S Market street; Philadelphia.
. IO'CONNORS & Co.,
y - t st.„ Baltimore.
ingbam's Tenktuportatian Line.
.00POCTED on strict Sabbath-keeping principles,
tiloygh not claimind to be the only line that is so '
'conducted. The, propriktors of this old established
line live put their stockn the most complete order, '
_and ate thoroughly prep &r ed to forward produce and
mercliandize to and frota the Eastern cities on the
gof navigation. 1
IV trust that our long experience in the carrying
basin 84, and zealous elution to the interests of cus-
tome s, will secure to u a continuance and increase
'of VI patronage hcretotore bestowed on 'Bingham's
• Ou . arrangements will enable us to carry freight
with e utmost despatch; and our prices shall always
be.as low-as the lowest r har g ed by other responsible
Pi- duce and inarchanliize will be received and for
ward d east and west without any charge for adverb
sing,, tOrage or commisdion.
. 11l ' s of -lading forwsrded, and every direction
~... proralptly attendedie. I
Address, or apply to
__l 'WM. BINGIIAIII
C.....4-3swara, - cor - . Libiiily-rind wayne - sts., - PittSh'g,
BINGIIA3IS, rDOCK & STRATTON,
No. 270 Market st., Philadelphia,
. • JAMES WILSON, Agent,
N 0.125 Ndrth Howard st., Baltimore,
WI.TiLIASI TYSON, Agent,
No. 10 West st., New York
1 . _
Independent Oort able Boat Ltnr.
it the transportation of produce and merehan
dize to and front Pittsburgh, Baltimore and
delphia; irrvrithoht tianihipping. Goods con
.d to our carc, will be fort arded without delay,
r lowest current kates; Bills of Lading trans
d, nrid• all instrubtious promptly attended to,
Ifrom any extra charge for storage or Commis-
C.i A. MCANULTY & Co.,
. Canal Basin, Pittsburgh.
WISE, MEBMILL & Co.,
1 Smith's Wharf, Baltimore.
MEARS, ItAYNOR Sz. Co.,
1 Broad st., Philadelphia.
41ekevorth's kv ay Freight Line.
.....41_ ..1,3 1 , i F 44 6. .w- ~,,p,.,---2 .
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:, XCLU.SIVELY fo the transportation of 'way
' &eight between Pittaburah, Blairsville, Johns-,
to, Hollidaysburgh Water Street, and all inter
mate places. i
e boat leaves the Warehouse of C. A. MeAnul
ty Co., Pittsburgh, eery day (except Sundays) and
shi p pers can alwas depend on having their goods
for- arded without . dglay and on accommodating
• W' '- !which v-
We reapectßo., tiicit your patro... t ,
I - ' raornrcrons. , .
J. Pickworth of baits, Nile, Exchange, Paris and
Pa4ifie. - I .
-.X.J1.. Barnes of boats, Push and Bxobie.,
oho Miller of carsion Portage Bail Road.:
. ._ lactmrs.
: - , 1
. PICKWORT,B, Canal Basin, Johnstown,
JOHN MILLER, I I.: *g Bollhlaysburgh,
C. A. APANULTiI& CO, " Pittsburgh.
" Sy23 . --1,
, TO PIULADELI
The !Great Speed, .1
already attained by t,
has induced the Post )
New Yorkand Philad
.. , .'' . -The superior and swift steamers CONSUL and
LOUIS M'LANE, le ves the I , donortgabela Wharf
-precisely. at 8 o , cloc every morning; and at 6 o>-
clock every evenin g
.Coaches await their a rival at Brownsville, to trans
port Passengers and Mail, only 73 miles to the Rail
• Road at Vumberland.L
The preparations o this route are ample, and' the
connections complete'," so that disappointment or (le
laysWill be unknowit 'upon it. .
-By our tickets, passengers can delay at Cumberland
- or at Baltimore, di:l66g their pleasure., and continue
-their journey either by steamboat or cars to Phila
. delphia. 1
Office in the “St. Charles hotel ,» Wood et. Pitts
burgh. , 1 J. MESICIMEN,
European and American Agency.
undersigned-;European Agent having again
arrived in Anierica at the regular time, will
leare Pittsburgh, Pi.l early in September next, and
sail from New Yorld On the first day of October, ma
king a THIRTEMTTIIiiour through England, Ireland,
Scotland, Wales, and returning to America in May,
- 1847. By this agency money. remittances can be
• nutde•by.drafts for large and email sums, payable at
eight in every-pare - of Great Britain, Ireland, &c.;
_Legacies, debts, rents; real estate and claims collect
.,ed and recOvered;. - unarches of all kinds made; co
pies of wills, deeds! and. documents procured, and
...he usual business appertaining to this Agency
sacted as heretofore, . Innumerable references giv
-en. Apptv personally or adrdesspost paid,
II KEEN I.Nt
European Agent an Attnaney at Law, .Pittsburgh.
Mr.-. 8. May will attend to all European-bosi
'mess Lamy - absence,: - jel9,
tril• r •
nocun, BBO , IIIIEAS dr. CO:'' , . I
# . B EL Alt EDi ENTS I: OS - _k•-,s3Kci
1 8 4,6 tvw
BLAKEIS4- .2111TeilEL, Svgs. .;"
- O:3IIIttANCES to and "Passage to , and, frptn
Great Britain and Ireland, ,by the Mash Eat, Pr
old Lige of Liverpool Pail cis 1 . . 5 . 0144. from' New ,
'Y ork. M i Liverpool on
_the Ist and 16th. every
month. 'And by first class American Ships [Sailing
Persons Sending to ,ili"Old Country" for;their
friendskean make.the'nece:siary arrangements with
the subscribers, dila have them brought out: in any of
tit:et:tight ships Comprising the Black,llalßor - Old Line
of Liverpool Packets;*(sailing' froth LiVerpool on the
,Ist and IGth of every month,) also by.first class Ships,
sailing from that port weakly, which our Agents,
Merisrs. James D. Roche & Co., there 'will: send Out
Should .thoke sent for not come out tlien"Yorierwin
be refunded without any deduction:— , • ; .
'The "Black Ball, or old Line of Liverpool Paolid
compriee the following inagniticentships, and
will sail from Liverpool. on their regular appninte
da.Y; as follows : . :
Fidelia, On :fut Ist May. Ist Sept.
Europe,... .. .. .16th " • 16th " 16th
New York,: Ist Feb. Ist Juue. Ist:Clet•
516th '" 16th " , 16th' "
Yorkshire, lit Mar I-t July. Ist Nov.
Cambridge,— .... 16th " 16th " 16th Dec.
Oxford," . ..... let April. let Aug. lot "
Montezuma,— •,• • 16th " 16th " 16th "
:Notice. 7 —lt is well known., that the Black Ball is
the- very best torwevanee for persons to get out their
friends, and as other passenger agents ;advertise to
'bring out passengers by that Line
' the public are re
spectfully notified by . the owners that no passenger
agents, Lot Rocha - Bruthers & Co., and :Blakely &
Mitchel; are authorized to advertise and to bring out
passengers by that Line.
We have at all times for the Drafts at Sight for any
amount, direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dub
lin. Also on Messrs. Prescottt, Grote, Ames & Co.,
Bankers, Londoo, which are paid free 'of :discount, or
any charge, whateter, in all the principal towns
throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Apply to, or address, if by Letter, (post paid.)
ROCHE, BRO 4 S & CO.
No. 35, Fulton street New Yea..
(Next door to the Fulton Bank.
JAMES D. ROCIIF. & Cols Office,
No. 20, Water street, Liverpool.
Penn street, near the Canal Bridge.
aud Smithfield at, near sth,
t , :, in 32 hours—fare $lO
IiIA in 40 hours-fare $l2
73 AMES 6TAGI2VG!
U. S. MAIL.
egularity end high Reputation
is .pleasant 'passenger Route,
taster General, to place the
Oplaia mails to Pittsburgh,
a .F'. ~...z .. .. ,
Or to .
Tiaxiscott , s Greiter.4l rilusigrattoia Office
.r REMITTANCES and passag, to ff-r-r
-t,lv.). and from GREAT BRITAIN 4.2:13
IItELAND, by W. &J. Tapspott
75 South street, corner ofMaiden Lane, New York,
and ..96 Waterloo road Liverpool.
The subscribers having accepted the agency of
the above house, arc now prepared to Make arrange
ments upon the most liberal terms with those desi-1
roes of paving the passage of their friends from the
old Country, and flatter therneselves their character! I
and long standing in business will give ample as
surance that all their arrangements will be carriedi
Messrs. \V. tic J. T. Tapscott, are long and favora
bly known for .the superior class, micommoilat:on
and qUalities of their Packet', Ships. The I
QUEEN or THE WEST, SHERIDAN, ROGUES-1
TER, GARRICK, HOTTINGUER, ItCSCIUS, LI V-1
EItPOOL, and, SIDDONS, tWO of which leaVe each!
Port monthly, from New York the 2lat and 213th sad
' from Liverpool the 6th and 11th, in addition to wh:cli
they have arrangements with the S(. Geiiige end
Union Lines of Liverpool Packets to insure n depar:
ture from 'Liverpool. every fir 'edays being thug of:ter!
Imined, their facilities shall keep pace r with their in
icreasing patronage, while Mr.W.Tapseott's constant
per-sonalsuperintendance of the business in Liver
, pool is an additional security that the comfort andi
I accommodation of the passengers wail be particu
larly attended 'to.
The subscribers being (as usual) extensively
ged in the Trangportation Business between Pittsburg
and the Atlantic Cities, are thereby enabled to take
charge or and, forward passengers iininediately on I
their landing, Without a chance of disippointinent or
delay; and are therefore prepared to ciintracr, for pas -1
sage from any sc . a port in Great Britain or Ireland to
this City; the nature of the business they are engaged '
in giving theta facilities for carrying passengers ao
far inland not otherwise attainable, and will, (if reli t
cessary,) forward passengers further West by the
best mode of conveyance without any additional
charges for their trouble. Where persons sent for
decline coming out, the amount paid for passage will
be refunded in full.
The subscribers are also repared to give drafts at
sign r, Tor ararimount payabie tile principal Cities
and Towns ,in England, Ireland,: Scotland and
Wales; thus affording a safe and eapeditious,mode
Remitting funds to those Countries,' which persons
requiring such facilities, will find it their interest to
avail thernseltes of.
Application (if by letter post paid) 'ill be prompt
ty attended to
TAAFFE Ft O'CONNOR,
For;aard:rig and Commissitin Merchants,
mar. 27 ctbzrt'v.
Remittances to England, Ireland, Scot
land and Waled.
TIERSONS desirous of remitting money to any o
r the above countries, can do so through the sub
scribers on the most easy terms. We are prepared
to issue drafts fur any amount over .t 1,00 sterling.—
Remittances made through our house any day bcfurc
the 23d of ?tray, vvill bo received in Ireland, by the
20th of June.
BLAKELY S MlTCEEL,Pittsburgh,
Agents for Rocße,' Bro's & Co.,
Extcuilon of Pittsburgh.
RARE CHANCE FOR GOOD INVESTMENTS!
The subscriber has laid out, and now offers for
sale at reasonable prices and on accommodating
terns, one hundred and tea building dots, 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 arei 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 !Mildred and ninety
feet wide, and Beelen '
Commerce, Brady, Columbus
and Water streets, all wide avenues. Most, of the
lois have two fronts, and as they ard,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. Persons who de-,
sire to build : or to make .secure investments in pro
perty that is sure to advance in value, and particular
ly those who intend.to erect, manufactories, would
do well to view these lots and examine the draft be
fore purchasing eleeivhere. The survey foX the Bal
timore and Ohio railroad and the failroad 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 zi railroad
from Pittsburgh to the East. Coal:can be delivered
on this property at a much lees cost than on the Al
legheny river, and thereds always deep water at this
part of theriver. D. GAZZAM,
aug2s-tf • Office, Market, between 3d and 4th sts.
Fifth Streit Furniture 'CV nreroorns.
MHE subscriber would most respectfully tall the
attention of the public to his stock of Cabinet
Ware, possessing advantages over any other manu
facturing establishment in the city. Ile is enabled
to sell his Wares at much lower prices; therefore, lie
would remind these who want good Furniture at a
air price not to forget the right place, No. 27; Fifth
street. (mar 23-d&wy) H. 11. RYAN.
LTScotts Vegetable r tits.
UST received a fresh supply of those In
valuable Pills, to those wile know them, no-
thing reed 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 imphrting health and
strength to thousands who were apparently draw
ing near to the gates of Death, the Inveterate Cancer
:and scrofula have been effectually cured by them,
also, Dyspepsia,Pever and Ague; Intimation, Drop.
sy in the head, Jaundice, Asthma, Sores of twenty
years standing, Croup, Measles; Worms and even
cases considered Consumption have a.II yielded to
their highly renovating powers. , They are also un
surpassed in their purifying prOperties, when taken
as an occasional physic by old !or young, being as
ivellsuited far the infant of one day as for the
man matured in life.
By .thc capresi COIllthaII . ( 1 of the Proprietor, they
arc soldat 12i cents.pei. box c 4. 25 pills, with fail
directions: Sold wholesale and retail by '
.SAMUEL LINDSAY, N 104 liberty st.
IDEDSTFIA t,lS—Mahi - pgany, Birch, Maple, Cherry
.0 and Poplar. high , and Joa • post bedsteads al
ways oa hand and foe sale low at the Furniture
Will:choose of ' T..B.IyOUNG SD Co;
• jeG ' ' 311tandit.:
LeFranklin Fire insnrkuou.,Coirtpany
TIIIARTP.I2.=PP.RP.P.TEA: 7 .
J' flee icli; c)iestaut st.,-nortbiside;ltearFt.fth. ---
Take insurance; either permanent erlinifte4;ugitinbt
loss or damage by: fire, on property.antf . effects of
every description in. town.or C011.111Sy; On the otoSt
reasonable terms. Applicatiotis,itnade .either - per
serkally.or by letters, vv ill • be. proto„'ptly attended., to.
! . . Prest.
C. G...llA.Nczna, Spd'y; .
- - ...3)1.1112.CTOILq:1
Chaffee N. .11ancher, Jacob 31-Srilltb, . ,
Thomas Hart, George WT.32ichards,. I.
Tlionias J.. Wharton, kai D. Lewis )
Tobids.Wigne . r,
Sacnikel Prant j - David Brovi4.
• PITTSI3I:IWIT - AG NCY , •
WArittes NLkterric Anent, t the Exchauge Office
of Warrick of Third and
.2 Fire risks taken on huildinas their content sin
Pittsburgh, 11.11eglieny„ and the surrounding country
No marine or inland navigation taken.
I And Iquique lusitr since.
MLLE Insurance company of 'North America, of
.1 Philadelphia, through:4:3,day authorized Agent,
the subscriber, offers to make permanent and limited
insurance oh property, in this iniy and its vicinity,
and onshipments by the canal and rivers.
Arthur G. Coffin, Preet. Samliel.Brooks,
Henry,, Charles Taylor,
Samuel W. Junes, Saintiel W. Smith, • •
Edward Szhith, Amhkose White,
John A:Brown, Jaboli M. Thomas,
John White,, John] Neff,
Thomas P. Cope, Richiird D. Wood, •
Win. Welsh, lien& D. Sherrard,See , y.
This is the oldeist Insitratiee Company . itt the Uni
ted States, haring, been charterld in 171 A. Its Char
ter is perpetual, and froth ligh standing, Bang
experience,. ample mean:4, and avoiding all risks of ,
an extra hazardous character, it may he considered
as offering ample security to the public.
At Counting - Ileum of Aviele.l, Jones & Co., Wa
ter and Front -streets, Pittsburg . oct23-y„
• • NATIONAL 11l
AND 'MARINE INS tIit.AIVICE. COMPANY,
NCAV I' or t.
THIS well known and respm table company is pre
pared through their PITTSBURG AGENCY, to
'mike insurance ef every kind connected with rudis
of transportation and inland 'navigation; to Moire
against loss or damage by Bit:, Dwellit"r Houses,
Warehouses, Buildings glom), Goods, Wares,
and Merchandise; and every d scription uf personal
pro:se:ly un the most • fieurabl} terms.
foritourance nttended to without -de
lay at the office, N0..11 Water'kud 6.2 Front Ste, by
At an Election hell at the ,iiffice in N. Y.; May
I.2th, the following named gentlemen were chosen
Directors 'ef this Company, or the ensuing :sear,
Joseph W. Savage, Stephen Molt,
J elm Brun nor, .1% M
William G. Wald, Vi tn. W. Campbell,
John Newhouse, .14cob
William S. Slocum; I‘.t.ircus Spring,
John F. MacLic, Jeseph S. Lake,
John J. I lerrick.
And at a subsequent meetieg of the Iliard, JO
SE:NI 'W. SAVAGE, Esq., wah ummimously re-elec
ted Pre:iideut for the ensuing py
- - i
4, MI . ..RICAN FIRE INSUR.A.NCI: COMPANY of
1 - 1 Philadelphia—Charter perpetual—Capital 00,,1
nal paid in. thrice in PirilzO l eiphia, No. 72 Walnut!
street—Win. Davidson, Pre.}t; Fre,lerick Fraley,
Sec'y. This old and well c - i•liblislied Company con
tinues to insure 'Buildings, 7tterellainlize, Furniture,
and Property, not of an e:trj hazardous character,
against loss or damage by Fir .
Apphcations far lasurance• in Pittsburgh and its
neighborhood will be TVCCi ed, and risks taken
either perpetually or for limited periods, on faiora
bin tern., by CEO. COCHRAN. Agent,
dcc 21 No. 26, Wood street.
J. inv.vtr„, in.
the Jklaware lirirtunt
:74 , , of Philadflphla.
rigs and Merchandize of l
qartne Risks upon hulls.
ipon the most favorable
G to: , 1 7 1
agents e l'illsLurgh, for
S ic! y lantrunce ComprD
1 - "iIIit:.R.ISICS upon 11uP.4.10
every' descripubn, and
or cargoes of rosse:s,
Office at the warehouse
Water st., near Market <reel
N. IL King E Finney
patronage or ter rricada an'
the Delaware M. S. Insuran•
tution among he most flour
as haring a large paid in cap
ation or its charter, is col
yielding to:each person in=
profits or the Company,
any responsibility whateve
actually paid in by him- andll
the Mutual principle Slyest
feature, and in its moat altra•
Agency of the Prank
Com:pony of PI
N. E. corner of Third and I.
r HE assets of the compar
rv, 1345, as published
of the PennsylvaniaLegislat
Bonds and Mortgagee,.....
Real Estate, at COEts
Temporary Leans, Stocks a
'Making a total of
Affording certain assurance
promptly met, and giving et
obtain policies from this Co
as low rates as are consistel
oct 8 WARRII
AV I2son , ul
TIII: WILSON PILLS, i
are pretty generally known
community; and the propri
04,1C11510111.0 Ivrite or speak
frain from an expression of Ii
ments to his friends for 1.4.4
to him. His feelings are the warmer from observing
the "beginning and the enfiing"--thrown almost in
juxtaposition—of-so many nOstrums and kindred pre
parations equally loud inl their pretensious, and
much snore industriously presented to the public;
while his preparation noiselessly advantea, even - to
remote places, soothing, and comforting the afflicted,
and permanently grafting itself upon the affections:
of new friends, thus continnally widening the ,circle
of its usefulness. Although well satisfied that his
medicine has, as it were, a principle of perpetuity in
yet lie is obliged to his friends fur the most sub
stantial evidence of the fact.
In its natural history, if you pleaae, tlis: Wilson l
Pill differs from most other preparations inynot being
orieinally.mado for sale, or with a view tsCpecuniary
prat; sibile as every body knows, the greatest tyro
(as a general thing) no sooner liegisis'ilo dabble in
drugs than lie casts about for someATmap prepara
tion, or must 'get up,' as the - pima:4 is, something—
anythingst. that will sell. Often 1 attempts it under,
an assumed or fictitious name. s though conscious
his own were insufficient to sell- The difference ,
then bet Ween the Wilson Pill and e r preparations a 1
have just; indicated, would appear to bethis: The
consciousness of the value of my pill originated'
the idea of putting them on sale forjnoney, 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
other preparation- matle 7 and graduated to suit it. The'
one is a DISCOVERY, and comes froth the great Arcane
of Universal Nature; the other a trick or invention,
and comes from a not very popular quality of ' INDI
•VIDUAL .Nature. Reader! the difference 'here is
great. In one instance the value attached to therm.
is the starting point; in the other, the itoicrit. 7 But
it is net probable that some of the many prepara
tions having even such paternity were accidentally
good, but that possibly by this process or "getting
up" as they 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,
l with other chaff—some lighter, some heavier,
Whatever may be the rationale I must repeat it,
that f am most profoundly thankful to my friends for
their discrimination in not consigning any discovery to
that compenduous category of "inventions that did
not answer"-;—of "tricks that won't win.."
The W,:lson Pills ate useful as a ativc.nat forticdy,
and may be 'kept and taken, in 'proper doses, in Fam
ilies, as a preventative of general ill health, or dis—
ease of whatever name, by any member of the'fam
ily, vrithout any fear of the consequences - of .expe-.;
miie in the, ordinary : pursuits of business. .1
iszrThey may alws.ys be had in any quantity of the
proprictlor, inPenn street, below Marbury,andioCthe
principal Pruggists of this city andA)Aeglieny.,
woo-d&Wlrn ' • ,-, - ,
ATEW.O.BLEANS SUGAtt. .-201111dfi N. 0... Suoar
forsale by tie 26) JAMES MAY'.
f King & Holmes, on
to the confidence and
ecznintmity at large to
1 2 Company, as an itisti
;,limg in Philadelphia—
:tal, which, by the opor
ed his due share of the
thdut invoking him in
, beyond the premium
therefore as posnef,ing
'a at' every obnoNmus
!tire form. nor .1-tf
In Piro Inkurance
r ood erccf 3, Pi:rsLurgh.
nn the first of Janua
, conformity with an act
re, IA C -C
E. G 0,0,615 93
. 1v0,967 77
that all losses- will be
tire security to all who
nrany. „Ricks tahau at
t with security.
''K MARTIN, Agent
5 a remedy peculiarly
land dyspeptic affections,
and osteetned in this
so often as be has
if them, can scarcely re
in grateful acknowledg
patronage and kindness
+Tla Eonul at Lusty
'l4 , CURE :YOB. 'CONSAVMPTION. -
Setvh, - natisaitd cases: of ob:stinotelPtamonary Com
plaints cured hi one year . : • ,
Wei • ash. -the attention of the candid to a few con
Xature, iniyery. part of berm(); s, has left indeli
ble marks of adaptation andtlcsigni •
TIM constitution of the an vegetables of
the forest,. is such that they could not.endure the
cold 'of the frigid 'a oile, and vice versa.'
In regard to diseasea and its corn, the adalitibn is
more or leis striking. • • - •
The Moss of Iceland, the Wild Cherry and Pin•es
of- ull.liorthern latitudes (and "Dr. PAL
s.tat." is a compOund chemical etract from these,)
have long-been. celebrated for complaints prerdlent
only in cold climates. Indeed the most distinguished
medical. men have-averred that nature _furnishes in
e very conntryinedieines for' ta own peculiar diseases.
C'onniniption in its cputiamed and incipient stages
Coughs ; Asthma' Ciottis and Liver Complaint form by
far tha most fatal class of diseases known to our
land. Yet 'evert these - May be cured by means of the
simple yet powerful -remedies (clamed above) and
which are. scattered, by a rbeneficient Providence,
wherever those Maladies prevail.
ANOTHER. ASTONISHING' CURE!
WISTAit'S BALSAM' OF WILD CtIEORY,
phallt! cure follows cure in its' onnitd victorious
irras , Feb, Ilth, 1535
.1. IV. Whitmare. , - , Duar S' • sly youare_tho reg
ular authorized agent in Dayton, for the sale Of "Dr.
Wlsides Balsam of Wild Chcrry 9, I tale" this meth
od of making a statement of faCts.to yod (i'hich I
hope may be published to the world) iri reftirence to
an • almost miraculous:cure, wrought in ttt case by
means of the.above lavalu.ablc Balsam. , •
Language fails to describe the 'salutary effects it pro
duced, and the great benefit 1 ditriveiLfrom its use.
The citizens of Davttin and iicinity, wellsrecol<
lect that on the Bth of August last, I received seri
ous injury from the explosion of a canyon. A pot
tion•of its contents entered my right side and breast;
and in all probability, SOME; fragmentS or splinters ofi
the ram-rod passed &rough the "plura,? , and pierced
After the lapse of about six weeks, rwas attacked
with a distressing cough and a violent pain in any
right side. Sonic ten days after this when in a par
orysm, of coughing, suddenly and ULCER broke, and
a large quantity of very offensive Matter, inised
with blood, was discharged; moet of which found
passage through the opening ofl the wound.. From
this epening there frequently pawed a quantity afl
air, supposed toissue from the lungs. During all'
ibis time my sufferings were almost intolerable:
lily physicians, meanwhile paid the strictest atten
tion to me, and did all in their power air my recov
ery'. But with all their skill they could not reach
the seat of distreis, after the Lalige had, become affect -1
ed. I was visited during this tithe by at lealit twenty!
It was now reduced to a certainty \ that inftomationi
of the lungs was rapidly taking placN and that this!,
would terminate my life in a very short time, was in
the highest degree probable. •
At this critical stage, a messenger was despatched
to Cincinnati, and a celebrated Physician of that'
place was consulted. When he v.-a, Made acquaint-1
ed with my situation, he remarked that nothing could
be done by medical aid, if the Ocnottitittion itself naa
not sollicient to throw off the ml some.
My friends sow 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
lar's Pamphlets, entitled "Family Medical Guide," I
or "Treatise on Consumption of the Lungs." As I
had ellen heard of dying men "catching at straws,"
I felt this doing so myself. By the consent of may
Physicians; I sent to you for a bottle of the medicine
'described viz: " Wistar>s Balser:l of Wild Cherry,''i
which relieved me almost immediately. Alter I
had used some live or six bottles I solar recaered as
to be up and about. My cough Ceased, and my lungs
were restored to a lim'ilthy state—all tiom the heal
ing and balmy influence and poixerfal Medicinal vir
fuss of Wistar's Balsam.
Were it not front the external injury I received in
my shoulder and arm by the explosion, I feel contid
dent that I might have been working at my trade'
(which is blacksmithing,) but this basipruvented.
Br exposure, I base since taken . several severe
colds, and my only rr - mcdy has Leett "the balsam."
And 1 now most cordially recommend the genuinei
Wistar's Balsam to ail who are afflieded with Colds,!
Coughs, or Lang Complaints. 'I consider it an inyal-1
sable medicine—a real blessing to the world. Any
person desiring further information, may call on rite
any Line. yours truly, !
City of Dayton, Z .
Montgomery co. ; Statc,of Ohio 5
Subscribed and sworn to, before rac, Justice of
the PCZEC, this Ilth day or Feb. ISIS.
• EBENZIIII. row LER.
Testimony of Mace highly' creditable Cii 1 - I;elS3 cf .
- Dayton, in roalimation of the above.
We. the undersigned, being intimately acquainted
with l'dr.S myth, and having, seen and watched over
him during his late, illness, do not hesitate to say
that the foregoing is 'by no meaus .an exaggerated
statement, but is entitled to full credit. ;
•A. L. STOUT,
J, IL It. I)ODSON,
It. Sllll - 11.
irrThe true and genuine "Inslar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry," is sold at established agencies in all
pal is or the United States.
Sold in Cinicnnati on the corner of Fourth and
IValnut streets, by SAN FORD & PARK.
General Agents for the Western States.
For sale by L WILCOX Jr., E. cur. Market st.
and the Diamond Pittsburgh. may9-y.
I?ranhila rledical Coilege of Plalader
r firbt annual couilseVelectures in thidinetitn
j_ tion, will bo opened on INlonday, the twelfth
day of October next, c ‘ the eecond Monday in Oetuber,)
and will be continued until the end of the ensuing
PAUL BECK GODDARD, M. D.—Anatomy and
C. C. VAN WYCK, M. D.—Principles and practice
MEREDITH CLYMER, M. D.—Principles and
practice of Medicine.
JOHN BARCLAY DIDDLE, M. D.—Materia Med
ico. and Therapeutics.
DAVID lICNTER TUCKER, M. D.—Obsterichs
and diseases of women and children.
LEVIN S. JOVNES, M. D.—Physiology and legal
JAMES B. ROGERS, M.D.—General and Organic
JOIIN BARCLAY BIDDLE, M. D.—Dean of the
JOSEPH LEIDY, M. D.—Demonstrator of An-'
I'hc Franklin Medical College was incorporated .
iu the Legislature of Pennsylvania by an act ap
proved 2Sth January, IS 16, and is at;thorised by sec
tion third of its charter, "to grant tho 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,. .......
hlarticulation fee,-to ho paid once only, '5;00
Diploma fee, - 10,00
Additional intlirmation respecting the course of in
struction' or other' matters connected with the Facul
ty, can be obtained upon application, personally, or
by letter, to J, B. BIDDLE, hl. D.,
Dean of the Faculty, N. E. 'dome/ . of Quince and
Spruce streets, Philadelphia. mar 11-d6iu
.13MVEL OR SUMMER •COMPLAINT.---We
confidently recommend ant could refer to hpn
dreds of our citizens who have used
JAYNY.'S CARMINATIVE DALSAM,
as a certain, safe and effectual remedy for Dysentry,
Diarlpra, or Looseness, Cholera Morbus, SLIMMER
COMPLAINT, Colic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach,
Sick aid Nervous Headache, Heartburn, &c.
This is one of the most efficient, pleasant, and
safe compositions ever offered to the public fur the
cure Of the various derangements of the szonactz
and nowtt?. and the only article Worthy of the leaSt
confidence - ler curing CHOLERA INEINTUM or
SUMMER COMPLAMT; and in all the above dis
eases it really acts like a charm;
Rom the Rev. Ata Shinn, of the Protestant Iffethod-
The undersigned having been 'afflicted during the
past winter With a disease in the stomach, sometimes
prodcing severe pain'in the stomach for ten or twelve
hours without intermission, and .having tried various
remedies witl?. little effect, was furnished with a bot
tle of Dr. JAtICT.'S CAMMINITIVE BALSAM. This lie
used according to the directions, and found invaria
bly that this .medicine caused the pain to abate in
hree or four "minutes, and in fifteen or twenty min
utes every uneasy sensation was entirely quieted.
The medicine was afterwards used whenever indica
tions of the approach' ef `paiii were perceived, and
the pain was thereby prevented. , , Ho continued to
use the medicine every evening, and sometimes in the
morning, and in a few weeks healthl was so . flr re:
stored, that the sufferer was relieved from a large
amount of oppressive pain. From experience, there
fore,'-lie can confidally recommegd Dr. D. Jayne's
Carminativaleacn, as a salutary - medicine fur dis
eifses—or the stomach and botvel.S. A. Slime.
Allegheny citY, July 1843.
For salti in Pittsburgh at the PERINTEI STORE,
72„ 1.6 . 1.1ith sticet„. near Wood.
'Price 2.5 - . and 50: cents per bottle. jelS-iltzw
' - t/oAitstes"a A
lletiiiiiiifg r sOlztteuen.
- :-......,- -..,,,._ - --- , - . THE preceding figure ' ls
_ ~..... ' 117;--- iventerepresent the In
q'''' 4 SC.`,:' ' t T,,..5!',.5W.- 'SENSYBLCP.E&SCIRATIONS:I
: I 'V, :,,a-='-,f, It is the great eta . cuationl
~.._, - A.-- -t '. ••.,•.-T . -'7 - "X - 4 - A for the impurities - of the
-!--'' z : 1 '' 4s-- .P l '' b d , it will beneficed
.---...... -AM :--,--..., 0} > , 1 . _
- ----.V4= , lis•;: , . -S ----- that. a thick cloddy nus
-7,-74.. ' tiss 5....r1 issues from' all points of
,- 5 ",....; • - s . ‘ -,...-____- ssii. the surface,. which min
"'`'..S '!- - W cites that this' per
_,.Ce * ' !" ..Z . tints flosei Uninterrupted
s s _........,.-!'---.:-. ly when we are inhealth,
. -- --9, - z --- , . but cosset When We are
T-s--------'''' * *si 1.- Life- cannot be sus
' ained without it.. It is thcowooff from the blood and
other juices of the body, and disposes by thisraeans,of
nearlyall thelmputities within us- Thelanguage .of
Scripture is"in.the .If/oodis the Life." If be
-Oestreea impnre, it may he traced directly to the itepl
fine of the insensibleperspiration.. Time We see, alt
that, is necessary when the blood isstagnant, or in
fected, is open the pores, and it relieves itself limn :
all impurity instantly. Its own heat andeitality are
suflieient,without one particle of medicine, except
to 'Open the pores upon the surface. This we see
the folly of taking so. muchinternal remedied: All
- practioners, hoWever, diient:iheirefforbi to 'restore
the Insensible Perspiration. The* Thompionian, for
instamce;steems, the Hydropathist shrouds 'us in wet'
blankets, the Homopathist deals*mut infinitissimals,
the:Allopathist bleeds - and deans us with - mercury,
and the blustering Quack, gorges us with pills, pills,
To gleesome idea of the amount of,the insenses
ble .Perspiration, we will state thatthe.
LeVeenhock; ascertained that five-eights of all weres
.ceive ipto the stomach, passed off bylhis means. ,is I
other words, if we eat -and drink eight,pounds per
day, we evacuate five intends of ithy the Insensible.
This is "none other than the used up particles of.
the blood, and ther juices giving place to the new
and fresh ones. To check this,heeefoiesis to re
, tain in the system five-eights of all the, virulent matter
that nature demands should leave the body:
By a sudden transition from heat to cold, the pores
are stopped, the perspiration ceases, and disease be
gins at once to develope itself. Hence, a stoppage of
this flow of the juices, originates so many com
It is by stopping the pains, that overwhelms man
kind with coughs, colds, and consumption. Nine
tenths of the world die from diseases induced by a
stoppage of the Insensible, Perspiration. .
! Let me ask, now, every candid mind, what course
smiles the most reasonable to pursue, to unstop the
peces, after they are closed- Would you give physic
to tziwtop the pores? Or would you apply. something
that would du this upon the surf:tee, where the clog
1 gieg actually is? And yet I know of no physician
! who makes any external applications to effect it.
Under these circumstances, I present to physicians,
and to all others, McAlister's Alt.:Reding Oindment,l
I or the World's Salie. " It - has power to restore per- I
spiration on the feet, on the head old sore:, upon the I
chest, in short, upon any part of the body, whethei
!diseased slightly or severely. I I
I It 'empower to cause all external sores, scrofulous
i Minion, skin diseases, poisonotis wounds, to dm
! charge their putrid matter, and then heals them.
;1t is a remedy that sweeps off the whole catalogue
1 of cutaneous disorders, and restore the entire euitele
its to healthy functions. ,
It is a remedy that forbids the necessity of so many
and deleterious (hues taken into the stomach. -
llt is a temedy that neither sickness, gives inconte
; :deuce, or is dangerous to the intestines. -
It preserves and defends the surface from all de
rangement of its Ihnetions. The surface is the ont-
I let of five-eights of the bile and used up matter with
! in. It is pierced with millions of opeuiegs to relieve
the intestines. Stop up thede pores, and death knocks
lat your door. It is rightly termed All-Healing, for
1 there is scarcely a disease, external or internal, that
it will not benefit. I have used it fur the last fourteen
years for all diseases of the chest, consimrption,liv
or involving the utmostdanger 9 . 0 responsibility,and
I I declare before Beaten and titan. that not in onel
I single case has it failed to benefit, when the patient
I was within the reach of mortal Means.
I have had physicians, learned in the profession; I
have had ministers of the Gospel, Judges on the
I bench, Aldermen and Lawyers, gentlemen of the
highest erudition and satillitudei of the peer, use it
1 hi every variety of way, and there has been but (141 .. 0
I voice—ono united and universal "Mc
-1 Allister, your Ointment is good. .
i CONSUMPTION.—It can hardly be credited that a
Salve can have any effect upon the lungs, seated as !
thief are.within the system. mit if placed upon the
chest, it penetrates directly to the lungs, seperates
the poisonous particles that are consuming them,'
and expels them from the system.
1 need not say that it is curing persons of consump- ,
'lion continually, although we are told it is foolish.
tress, I care not what is said, so long as I can cure
several thousand persons yearly.
I . HEADACHE.—The Salve has cured persons or
' the Headache of ten years standing, and who had it
! regularly every week, so that vomiting often took
Deafness and Far Ache are helped with like am
I . COLD rttt.—Consumption, Liver complaint,
pains in the chest or side, falling off the hair, one or
the other always accompanies cold feet.
, The Salve will cure every ease, •
In Screens Erysipplas, salt Rheum, Liver com
! plaint Sore iyes, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
' Broken or Sore Breast, Piles, all Chest Diseases, such
as Asthma, Oppresaion,P ain, also Sore Lips; Chap
ped Hands, Tumours, Cutaneous Eruptions, Nervous
Diseases, and of the Spine there is probably no med
-Mine now known so good. ‘• -, •
BUT,NS.—It is the best thing in the world for
Burns. (Read the Directions around the hos.) - '
PIMPLES ON THE FACE—:Alasculine Skin gross
surface. Its first action is to: expel all heeler; It
'will not cease drawing till the faceis free frosa!any
matter that may be lodged under the skin, and fre-,
quently breaking out to the surface: it then heals
I:\:hen there is nothing but grossness, or dull repul
sive surface, it begins to soften and soften until the
skin becomes as smooth and delicate as a childs. 1
! WORMS.—If parents knew how fatal most medi-
I eines were to children taken inwardly, .they would
',':lie slow to res - ort to them. Especially "mercurial
clozenges" called "medicated r .lozenees," "venni'
feges" pills, &a. The truth ie:, - . no one can tell, in
variably when worms aro preseut. Now let me say
to parents that this Salve will always tellif a child
has worms. It will drive every vestige of thein a
way. (Itead the direction's around the box.) , . ..
There is probably no medicine on the face of the
earth at once so sure and so safe in the exPulsioit.ol
TOlLET.—Although I-have slid little about it as
a hair restorative yet I will stalte it against the world?
They mac bring their Oilsfitr and near, and mine will
restore the heir two cases to their one.
OLD SORES.e--That some Sores are an outlet to
the impuritios of the system, IS, because they cannot
pass offthrough, the natural channels of the lesensi- !
ble :Perspiration. If such sores are healed tip the I
impurities must have some otheroutlet, or it will en-
danger life. This salvo will always provide for I
such emergencies. . ' . - ! 1
IHIEUMATISM.—It removes almost immediately!
the inflammation. and swelling, when the pain 'of'
course ceases. I ,
FEVERS.—In all cases of fever;the difficulty lies '
in the pores being locked up, so that the heat and
perspiration canned - para off.! If the least moisture
could be started the crisis has passed and the danger
over. The All-Healing Ointntent will in all cases or
fevers almost instantly unlock the skin and bring
the perspiration. I
SCALD HEAD.—We have , cured cases that actu
ally defied every thing known, as well as the ability',
of fifteen or twenty doctors. - One man told us he
had spent $OOO on his children without arty, benefit,
when a few boxes of the !ointment cured them.
CORNS.—Oecasional use of the Ointment will al-,
ways keep corns from growing. People need never I
be troubled with them if Itheyi will _use it. -
, AS -A FAMILY MEDICINE.—No Man can meas
ueits value. So long as the stars roll along Ores '
the Heavens—so long as, man treads. the earth, sub
ject to all infimities of the flesh—so' long as disease
and sicknesd is known—just so long will this good
Ointment be used and esteemed. When man ' ceas
es from off the earth,.then the demand will cease,
and not till then. JAMES McALISTER &-Co.
Sole proprietors of the above Medicine. Price 25
cents per box.
CAUTION.—As the :Jill-Healing Ointment * his
been greatly counterfeited, we have-given this Cau
tion to the public that "no Ointment wilt be genuine
-unless the tarries of James McAlister, or James Mc- .
.Alister 4- Co., are wnix-rett with a rune upon EVERY
label." Now we hereby offer a reward of $5O to
be paid on conviction in any of, the constituted
courts of the !United States, for any individual coun
terfeiting our name and :Ointment.
' PRICE 25 CENTS. PER BOX. -. .
AGENTS IN PITTSBURGH—Braun & ileil , er,
corner of-Liberty and St. Clair sts, are the whole
sale agents, and L. Wildox, jr. ' corner Market st. and
the Diamond; Hays & Brockway, (Druggists No 2,
Commercial Row, Liberty et; 3. H. Cassel, corner of
Walnut and Penn streets., sth ward, and sold at the
Bookstore in Smithfield at., ,3d door from Second se;
and in Allegheny city by . H P. Schwartz, and I. Sar
gent, and by 3: G. Smith (Druggist) - Birmingham; and
'D. Negley, East- Liberty- 11. Rowland, hleffeesport;
Samuel Walkers Elizabelh;.3. Alexander & S i gn, Mo,
nondahelaCity; N.B. Bowman & Co.; .1. T. Rogers-
Brownaville, Pa; . Dr. S. Smith, Bridgewater" and
John - Barclay, Beaver Pa. 'skit 20.
$%l - t . .5J... - 14 . .....(:-
I ' - lledical. acid 'Surgical. Office.
Health is the cliaxrn of life, withoutit gold,
Loves letters, friends, all, all; ate unenjoyed
~... ' DOCTOR BROWN, a
~4 ( . 7 ; :-... ` , .. t ,, regularly educated physi
- .' - ._..1-::li - V.;,.., - pt. cian from the' astern cit
.., -...i , i ice, would respectfully-an;
4,7-- , , , ,--.--4 flounce, to the citizens of
c„.......4 7 - ---,,, ,
./7-3.'.-.4W41:4.:"....iiF5i9,:), Pittsburgh, Allegheny andl
5 3, .",:gay:i - ,...IZAF:Vh: \ vicinity; that he can be
i'..;''''''r'4'-`4.... 1 ? , `- 4 :IL \ consulted privately ' and
7 1""1T7, , ,:iyr,...
rth i :d
' 'lO, N'4,,,--ci,-;11,,,t; co dentral , every , ay
vk' , :?'/ -,-.-„ evening. at hit office' on
... L ...5.- -, V•;yie Dia.morid, Alley, a few
„ ..--1.---- , - doors flora Wood: street,
toWailis the Market. . ' ' •
Dr. Brown gives his particuiar attention 'to the
reatrnent Mid mvestigation of the folloWing disea
ses. , 1
All-disease arising froni Impurittesof the Blood
scrofula, Syphilis," seminal Ireekness; implketicv,
Salt rheum, diseases of- he eye and ear; Thema - lit:l4n
'Piles;palsey. - ! 1
,' ' • . . 0 .4: i
Dr. BrOwnl has Much-pleasure in announcing to
the public, that he is in possession of the latest in
formation. -ati!d-- irnproVernent in the treatment of
secondary syphils,praetised at the Paris Lock Hos
pital. The modern researches on syphilis, its
complication and consequenceS . , and the improved
modes off pr ctiee which have been made known
1 to'the public but'recentley, -and to those Chiefly
i‘lo make tl is branch of Medicine, their particu
ar stddy'and practise.
Many new and. Valuable remedies haveteen late
ly introduce 4, which secures the patientheing mer
curialized odtof existence Strangers are apprised
that DoctorZtown has been educated in every
branch of editine, and regularly admitted_ to
practise, ancithat'he now confines himself to the
study andpr l ,ctice of this particular branch,togeth
er with all dtseases of a private'or delicate nature,
incident to the humanfrnme. No cure, no Pay..
Recent ca*es are relieved in a short time; with
out interiupiion from business. - •
cr, - Oflice pn,Diamond Alley, a few -doors from
Wood street toivards the market. Consultations
rictly confidentint myl2-d&wy.
1' ' Preserve the Teeth. .
AR better is,it to cure the toothache in cue min.
,1 1 ate, by using Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth Weill,
than to suffer the aching; also to cure soreness of the
gums, cure kofiAess of the gums, stop bleeding of
the gums, Ind always , keep the teeth, gums and
mouth pleas nt, and in the best state of health.
• troducing W.LIEELER'S . TEABERRY
TOOTH W Sll to the public, it is the painful duty of
- the propriet r; to state that this article, which is the
original, nail oriligenuint Teaberry Tooth Wash, has
been imitatid by numerous Teaberry Tooth Washes,
Tealierry Tooth Pastes; and a variety of articles with
the name leaberry annexed to them, when, in fact,
this article lis the first that ever bore the name of
Tery, and is the only, one which possesses the
realertue cif the planfiand established all the celeb
rityh (brit, Ai filch induced ethers to make - use of its
name, then 4, they never did present its intrinsic vir
tues to the, üblic. As evidence that it -is the first
preparation] of Teaberry for. the Teeth, the copy of
the certified records of the. United States District
Court is pu fished:
3". LI .r,,. . Eastern District of Pennsylvania, to,
..5.- , % P . wit: Be Wremembered, That on the
.7 . .. t second day of February, Anno Domini,
v. YAlvt one thousand eight hundred and „forty
•',,..4'" ~.+2l two,
4 411 4 ' I •-• W. WHEELER,
Of the. said District, bath dephsited in this Office the
Title of a (Book, the title of which is in the words
following, , o wit: -
ITEABERRY TOOTII WASH.
The right whereof he claims as Proprietor, in clan , -
formity with the Act of Congress, entitled 44 - An Act
to amend the several Acts.respecting'Coriy_Rights - i"
lb ' • FItA , S. 110Pkils:SON,
' • Clerk of the Dist. Court.
1842, Fe . 2d. Copy deposited.
1 ' - CHAS. F. HEAzltrr. .
The nbo e COpy Richt for the Wrapper of the
Bottle, sh wing the Title of the Article in legal Jan
guage, an granted hi the legal form, will prove this
to be the phial TEABERRY TOOTH WASH, and
all others re but imitations; which has gone out of,
use where •or the Genuine Teaberry Tooth Wash is
Th n, remember, none in
,the, Magistrates of tte City of Phila-
delphizt: • •
Having nade riee.oryour much celebrated-Tea
berry Toth Wash, .I - feel convinced .that it inthe
best articl I bave ever•knoivn, and hereby mr,rmly
recomme d its use to the public in general, as a
pleasant ad efacacious - article for preserving the
Teeth an. Gums. ROBERT E. JOHNSTON.,
For a ',mbar of years my Teeth and Gums were
so much •ut of onler as to prevent Me from- eating
With any leaiure, and closed =fell 'pain., • Having!
heard ofWheelees Teaberty Tooth Wash; . I. do cer
tify that Itried one bettle.of it, and in less than two
teeth and Gums were sound and good; I
believe that the use of it would be an advantage to
many othirs.' ' - , , - .T. DRAZER.
Certifur-t6 of ltler&rs iftlie Pliiladelphia Bar,
Flaying used. Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth Wash and
powder, . have found them to possess cleansing and
parifOng properties, and while they whiten and
beautify e Teeth; they have a li*eficial affect upon
the Guth , by. imparting to - them free and he:althful
action: - F. A. RAYIiOLD.
I have scd Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth Wash, and
its effec upon my Teeth and Gums has given to me
a high inion of its merits. I cheerfully recom- -
mend it i
the general use... IL It. KNEASS:
- —4 -
My danghier - bai used Whenlerfa Tealserry Tooth
Wash-(mici powder) and has found - its effects to be
eleansim 4 and purification of the Gums, and a sweet
ening off the I have no hesitation in recom
mending it as thnmost beneficial preparation for the
Teeth I •asel ever seen. C. J. JACK,"
Certified es of Ladies and gentlemen qj
"It is ,vith gratitude that I send the following cer
tificate, hoping that many Who suffer will be led, by
a perusal of it, to obtain Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth
Wash, which article I used, and it • has effectually
cored tOoth-ache, soreness of the gums, removed
seurf train my teeth, and I-fully believe has entirely
arrested all decay 'althorn. .I trust that all who mil"
Mr, haviiig either of the same species of cornplaint,
will as' soon; as possible use Wheeler , a-Teaberry.
Tooth Wash that they may be relieved. •
"Otvir g , to having taken cOld,but mostly in manse
quenee bfthe acid of a'paint used in coloring prints,
my Teeth becatie very much'injured; giving excru
ciating painiat intervals for between two and three
years. - Wheelefs Teaberry Tooth Wash was used,
and hasi entirely nured them, which in certificate
form I send, that those whia wish a perfect-remedy
for painful teeth', and also desire - a pleasant Tooth
wash, may with confidence try Wheeler's Teaberry
Tooth Wash. • MARY A TAYLOR.:'
"Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth Wash" having-re
moved scurf and cured soreness of the gums, Which
had troubled me for two yearn it is my belief that it
is a highly useful article, anethat it is advisible to
those who suffer with the Teeth and Gums to mike
use of 4t. MARY SULLIVAN.
"Your Teaberry Tooth Wash cured tho tooth-ache
andvbso sorenowof the gums in my 'family, and I
send* you this certificate, that those who suffer-with
tooth-tiOe or soreness of the gums, may know that
it is a remedy for them,- and' .e=very pleasant Tooth
Wash. • FRAS. PREVOST,
W. •eelet. No. 148,Tatharine street.
Feler's Teaberry Tooth Wash”.having cured
. of the gums, and effectually stopped bleed
; e gums,' deemit a debt of gratitude for the
blek it atlf:irded me, and a duty, owed, to my
cings, to say, that it is my firm, conviction,
.se who will use Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth
or the Teeth and Gums, will find - thiititis an
nt article: .1110ItIAS J. M'CURDY,
No. 235, Callowhill st.
. . .
much severe affliction of myself, and others
fly, with-decayed Teeth and sure Gumsi
Many respectable testimonials highly in favor
}MU:WS TEA.I3ERItY TOOTH WASH, • I
aced 'so give it atrial,-after which tuy-Snmily
rejoice - teaay• that it 'did perform • a
.ffand effeetual - eure .fcii4llttri is: the:best
hat I ever-knew:of., 1 would recommend its
hose Whotuay. be :suffering. • •,• ' • ;
- • - :::TE.SSE•IIIOORE„.
Na; 127, Market street.
kmore testimonials are existing approving of
leraTeaberry Tooth Wash.". • ' -
at WM. JACKSON'S Store, No. 89 Liberty
Pittsburgh, head of Wood street.
ipal Office, No." S 6 Chesnut at., Philadelphia.
11111.11AD.--A.large assortment, together
Shoe Findings and
.Kitt of all kinds, justre,
- .JOHN W. BLAIIt.
m v 2
'JUST IN TIME. FOR • . mum , . BARGAINS?.
Just received, a-splendid assortment'of Spring and
and Sumvier goods, -
-Unsurpassed- for q . laetity, quality er
Style, •The Proprietor el this establishment
Takes great pleasure in informinghis friends and the
In general, that he -is. new prepared to fill all orders
that his , , ,
Numeifouscustomers May favor him Vviihr-fitmnters
Travelers would do well,in visiting the
Iron City, to call and biamine his
.exterisive.and i~ ell
Made stock of. ready4eade clothing. lie has a com
plete assortment of . . •
English cloth, to-which he would invite -attention,
French cloths of every color and qualityivvich he is
Offering tita very arsall'advanCe on.elatern prices.
Remember at this store you are riptasked two prices,
Concinceil thitt email profite wits is the
best way to-securecustern.
Having in his employ the best we4kruen, lie Ein , WaS. -
Every article made at his establishinent to fit welt: ,
And to be, of-the hest materials;' lie, would again In-
Purchasers generally to give him a call •
Before purchasing in anyother Place,
As ho is Confident that he can Sell:Bien% as good good
Seasonable prices is any house in this city,- •
Going so fui as to say a little cheaper.
All his gobds are new', and of handseme pattenis,
in the the east but a few . weeks since. - - The silbscri:
.ow returns his thanks to his friends and the public
Solicits a continuance of their favors. •
/370 n City Clothing Storp, N0..132 Libertil street.
• max 7 . AtTLOSKEY:
Three Dig. Doors .Clothing Store.
N0..1.51; liberty street:
rpHE Proprietors of this old and highly populat es
stablishment infotini hie - friends and the public •
at large that a portion of his •Spring and Summer
11 - E .A.Dt CLOTHING,
now prepared for their inspection, and he respeet
fully invites-all'who contemplate purchasing articles
in his line to pay hiina visit. His steckthisbetison
is peculiarly rich; comprising all the latcserashions
and Patterns; and all his Goods, having been select
ed by himself in the eastern markets, he can with
confidence recommend them to his customers is be
hag- of the very best_quality.; His lege assortment ot
Is made in the rnoitmodern and improved style, and
the'workivanship,mumot be Excelled. Pants of -
ery desariitiwz, Satin 4- Fancy Vests.. He has a rare
and beautiful assortment of
To which he would call the attention of public ache
believes them to. .be more Dea.utiful and Cheaper,
Than anything of.the kind that has becii3Offered'
Tweed and other coati, for Summer:veer In
great Nsalriety and made in every style,•Fashimiatle
Shirts, Latag Style of Stocks, Sospctukto oflviorg:,
descriptions, Handkerchiefs, and every other article'
' necessary fora FashiOnabie Dress:
He has a very large and excellent assortment of
Rubstantial Clothing. which ;will be sold lower that'
' it can beparchased at any other place in the city—lo
whir li he would invite the attention of workingmen
and others who wish servicable clOthing for - every
-day , ,s near: • -
/laving in hia employ some the bestCuttei . jand
Workmen. that Ihe Country can produce, arid being`
.provided with a stack of Goods, which for excel
lence and variety cannot be equalled, he is
TO MIKE CLOTHES,TO ORDER,
At the Shortest notice, and in a style that Cannot be.
- DO NOT PASS THE THRE BIG DOORS.
It is not considered-auy Trouble to show. Ciothing,
and the proprietor feels confident that after an ex
amination of his Stock; all'whe. desire to purchase
will 'find it their interest to - deal at his
The proprietor would takethis opportunity to-ten
der his sincere thanks to the public for the nnprece
dented patronage bestowed upon 'his establishment,
.and as the success helms met -with isbn indication
that hieefforts to plc;as patrons, have not' been
unavailing, he pledges himself that nothing shall be
omitted on his part to secure their kindness for the
future. JOHN McCLOSKEY;
.1. S. Loivry, 311.irchnnt Tailor.
ANTOULD inform his friends- and the public - in
- general, that be has removed to Woad street,
in the. Sr. Clustr-s doerti below the
entrance, where he is ready to execute all orders in
thencatest and.most fashionable manner; having en-,
gaged the services of Mr. Jerux CAIMPELL as cut.'
ter, whose attention will be devoted to that branch
ofthe trade and whose well known abilityinthis .
cular-- haring long been establisherthi the ftisluen
able community „of this city, induees the belief; that.
by close ittention to business,' he able to
give general satisfaction to all. wlio may favor him
with a call—having also made arrangements to }mei
constantly on band a general assertreerrt - mf every
thing adapted to gentlemen's wear, such as Cloths,
Cassimeres;Vestings, Shirts, Draviters, Bosoms ' Sus
ponders, Glovesi•Cravats,-and - every article pertain
ing to, a g.entlnrnan's wardrobe, he will be ready at •
all times to supply any demand in his line:
Thesubscriber respectfully informs his friends and
the public generally, that having- entered it:U.4lre
above arrangemer.t the establishment ablestd
furnish any article in the Tailoring line, s tvith'a , pllllC.w
tuality a.nd despatch scarcely equalled - by any - other
in the city, and for . stylo and workmanship nor stir- -
passed by any in the states. •
aug.22-d3m JINTO. M. CAMPBELL
tUST` SECETVED—.A splendid assortment. of
Summer' Cassirrieres,' Ginghams, and Gam
broans; suitable for coats and pants; a large stock of
fancy Summer Stull's; fancy. Cotton Cloths, a new ar
ticle;Oregon Caesimeres;" Gold Miffed Tweeds and
Berkshire; 10'dozen white shirt Linen . .Bosomaquad
Also, a great rariety_of fancy shift striped'Ghig
hams' &c.; a Splendid assortment of Summer • Cr
avats; Marseilles; Silk, Satin 'rind - other VOW - rgs - ot
superior styles and quality; Socks, Handkerchiefs,
Stocks Bosoms Collars, Lisle Gloves, and all kinds
of. ge ntlem en's wear, ready .-trade, or got 'up to order
at the shortest notice, and at the lowest prices; by
• W.• B. SHAFFER, _
- • .. Pittsburgh • Clothing - Store,'
. e 3 corner of Wood - and Water stir.,
Can't be Scat I
WHITE. , has just received at his large
cf, establishment, fronting. on Liberty and Sixth
streets, •O. splendid assortment of TWEEDS for
summer; also, a superior lot of French Satin V.ESA
TLNGS, all of which be is ready to make up la
the latest fashion and on the most reasonable, tenets
as usual. Obqerve the corner, 'No 1t57 Liberty
and Sixth streets. - • • -
myl4 J. N. WHITE, Tailor, Proprietor.
To Arin.sl To Arznu::
r A THREATENED INVASION OF WEST...
ERN PENNSYLVANIA by Col._ Swift
with 10,000 . men, -notwithstanding s .which, J. *M. ,
White will. continue to sell clothing cheaper.than
aity has heretofore offered in the western-coun
try, .having the largest esmblishment in. the , city,
&eating an .Liberty and Sisth
_streets. He is now
prepared to show to his , numerous patrons the great
est variety of cloths, eassimeres, vestiegn, and clo
thing 'of all descriptionS, suitable for the approaching
season, that has ever been offered in this marher, to
which all can have. the Right - of Way. . 013 serve the
corner; No.l6l,_Lihertrand Sixth streets.:
J. M.- WHITE, Tailor . •
A WESTERVELT,'the old and well.knOwn
Yenitian Blind Maker, formerly - of Sestina
and Fourth sts.:, takes this method to inform his many
friends of the: fact that Ins Factory is now in full op
eration on St. Clair st., near the old Allegheny
Bridge, where a constant supply of plinds hilarious
colors and qnalities, is coastantly kept on hand and
at - all prices, frehi twenty-cents up to suit_eustomers
N. B. If required, Blinds mill be-put up so that
in-caseof alarm by fire, or otheswise,they :may be
removed without the aid of a screw-driver, and with
the same facility that any: ther piece of furaitttre
can be removed, and xvithoutany extrh expenie.
llats l - flatsS:
41SPRING PASSION.--Just - received byg•
terpress from New York, the .. . Spring Style
of Hats. All those in want of a: neat anpenor Hat
are respectfully invited to call. S. - 3100ItE,
N 0.93 Wood at., 3 doors below Diemond
• ytTARDROBES-11 you want' to purchase a
Iry good wardrobe .cheap call at the :furniture
warehouse of T. B. YOUNG -ez CO,
.31 Hand at
Steamboat for Sala.
TIME staunch, Well , built, light' dzaugbt steamer
I Revenue Cutter will be sold low and on 'good
erme. Apply to je24.. • JAS. MAY.
Three -Big Doors,
151 Liberty et,