The daily morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1846-1855, September 29, 1846, Image 4

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The Great Speed, Regularity and inch Repulotion
. already attained by this pleasant passenger Route,
has induced the Post Master General, to place the
New York and Philadelphia mails to Pittsburgh, ni -
on it.
The: superior and swill steamers CONSCI, and
LOUIS I'LANE, leaves the Monongahela Wharf
precisely at S. o'clock refry morning, mid at 6 :o'-
clock every, evening, except Stitiday:f. Splendid
Coachps await their arrival at Brownsville, to trans
port Passengers and Mail, only 73 mites to the flail
Road at Cumberland.
The : prepaiations on this route are ample, raid the
connections complete, so that disappointment or de
lays be unknown upon it 4
By our tickets, passengers can delay at Cumberland
or at Baltimore during their pleasure, and continue
tlieirjeurney either by steamboat or cars to Phila
OffiV.o in the "it. Charles Hotel," Wood st. Pitts
burgh., J. MESKIMEN,
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ItaHance Portable Boat Lint:
1.846. 70;114,14:1-A
I - 1 j Olt transporting good between Pittsburgh and the:
Eastern cities without transhipping. This old
established line (being the oldest portable boat line on
the 'canal) is now prepared to receive produce and
inerchandize for shipping either East or West.' The
boats by this line are commanded by skilful, expe
rienced and sober captains, and provided with good
crews. Boats and -earwigs 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 continu
ance of the very liberal and growing patronage here
- Were- bestowed upon thi4 line, we 'with confidence
assure those merchants disposed to favor us; that their
business shall - he done to their entire satisfection.
Goods carried by us, consigned to either of our
houses, -will be shipped to their destination free of
charge tor shipping, storage or advance of charges.
.As we hold no interest in steamboat stock, merchants'
luay,depend upon their goods always being forwarded
. without delay, upon good boats and at the lowest
rate's of freight.
Produce consigned to our house at Philadelphia for
sale; willbe sold on liberal terms, and advances made
either al Pittsburgh or Philadelphia.
JOHN McFADEN & -Co., Penn st.,
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh.
• JAMES M. DAVIS & Co., 249 and 251,
aprlo-tim Market st., Philadelphia.
• Pittsburgh Portable Beat, .
•I&A . 1846
voR the transportation of freight between. Pitts
..burgh and the Atlantic cities, via Pennsylvania
improvements and BaltimOre and Susquehanna rail
The'Propri m etors of this old established line, having
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completeu ew arrangements', arc. prepared to for
waid goods to and front the East (on the opening of
the Canal navigation,) on as reasonable terms as any
other, responsible-line, and are determined that-no
careor attention 134 their part shall be wanting to se-
Ore' a continuance of that patronage so liberally-be
stowed upon them fur several years past.
The decided success of the portable boat system,
so manifestin 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
systein, where goods have to be hurriedly transhipped
three times on the way, and the merchantable Order
in which produce has been avowedly delivered by
them, has induced the proprietors- to increase their
stock considerably this season. Their extensive
warehouses at each point, (unearptalled by any ether
line;) affords them facilities to conduct their business'
with despatch; and to shippers the convenience of
free *storage, if required, until their arrangements are
complete--while their long experience in the carry
ing trade, it is presumed, will be sufficient guaranteei
to their patrons and the peptic - that they will success
fully exart 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 comotnuni
cations to the following agents promptly attended to;
Cor. Penn and Wayne sts., Pittsburgh.
27S .:llarket street, Philadelphia.
North st., Baltimore.
.77Ingham's Tr.anspartatlon Line:
' O4 .•.E.Fit 1846 l3-ra
CONDUCTED on strict Sabha th-keeping principles,
IL) though not claiming to he the only line that is so
conducted. The proprietors of this old established
lino 'hare put their stock in the most complete order,
and are thoroughly prepared to forward produce and
merchandize to and from the Eastern cities on the
opening of navigation.
We trust that our long experience in the carrying
basincssond zealous attention to the interests of ellei
tQafeiS, will secure to us a continuance and increase
of the patronage heretofore bestowed on 'Bingltain's
Per arrangements will enable us to carry freight
-with tho atinostdespateat and our prices shall always
be as lon- as the towest charged by other responsible
Produce aud mel - clandire will be Deceived and for
warded cant and west without any charge fur mi.:lie:6-
sin4,Morage or cominkAion.
Bills of lading forwarded, and every direction
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promptly attended to.
Address,or apply to WM. BING übt, ,
Canal Basin, cot.. Liberty and Wayne sts..
No. 276 Market Ft., Philadelphia,
No. 112 North Howard st., Baltimore,
No. RI West ct., New Yo.'il;
SprlO y
.ti: Independent Portable Boat Line. ,
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rOR the transportation of produce and merehan
dire to and from Pittsburgh, itaitimore ,and
Philadelphia;;!-without transhipping. Goods con
signeil to our cate, will be forwarded without ddisy,
at the lowest citrreat rates; Bills of Lading tran , -
mitted, and all instructions promptly . attended to.
free Front any extra charee li,r storage ur COLlifllib
sion. , Address
C. A. McANULTY & Co.,
Canal Basin, Pittsburgh
Smith's Wharf,.Baltimoic
Broad st., Philadolphin
plektvorth , m''‘Vny Freight Line.
IiCLUSIVELY for the transportation of way
. 124 freight 'between Pittsburgh, Johns
town; llollidaysl?upth, Water Street, and all bine,
mcdWe places.' •
One boat leaves the Warehouse of C. A. McAmil
ty & Co., Pittsburgh, every day (except. Sundays) And
Shippers can always depend on having their goods
forwarded without delay and on accommodating
We respectfully solicit your patronage.
J. Pickworth of boats, Nile, Exchange, Paris and
J. 11. Barnes . of boats, Push and Exoine. '
John Miller of cars on Portage Rail _Road.:
3. , 'PICK.WORTII, Canal 13a;:in,
JOHN AIILLE:11, 'f ‘•
C. A. AI'AIVULTY S: CO, ‘• Vitt6burgli,
TO TIALTIMORE, in 32 hours—fare
TO PHILADELPHIA. in 40 hours-fare 612.
U. S.,M,
Fifth 'Ward Livery Stable.
TDB subscriber, having bought out the
71 well known Livery Stable kept by C., B.
Doty, in, the flittli Ward, respectfully informs lie
friendS and the public - generally, that he will keep at
all times a stock of the beat description of riding
horses, buggies, carriages of all kinds, and in short
every thing required in his line of business. '
A considerable portion of his stock is new, and he
is confident that no stock in the city will be superior
to his.
-His toles will be moderate. His stable is on Lib
erty stieet, a fen• doors above the ° canal bridge ;
where he. respectfully solicits a share of public' pa
iltr He io airo provided with on elegantlfeztrse .t l
'whichvill be tarnished when required, oet2s-ti I
Fiats? Hats!!
~sPRING FASHION. —Just received by
express from New York, the Spring Style
ef Hats.- All those in want of u neat superior hi s
respectfully invited to call. 8. AMORE,
N - 0. 93 WOW st., 3 doors below Diamond Alley.
eini ration „Eines.
Tapacott , s csieral Emigration OMMe.
REMITTANCES and passag to
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lIIELANO, by W. ar J. T. Tapscott •
75 South Street, simmer ofMaidcn Lane, New Fork,
and 96, Waterloo •oad Liverpool.
The 'subscriber's 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 thb passage of their friends from the
-old Country, and
. iatt - Or themesolves their character
and long standin in business will give ample im
suranee that all tteir arrangements will be carried
out faithfully. • .
Messrs. W. & J. T. Tapscott, are long and favora
bly_known for - dhp Superior class, accommodation
and sailing qualities of their Packet Ships. The
ERPOOL, and SIDDONS, iNV;O of which leave each
Port monthly, noin New York - the 2lskand 26th and
from Liferpool thk 6th and 11th, in addition to which
.they hive arrangements with the St. George and
Union-Lines of Liverpool Packets to insure a dcpar ,
tune from Liverpohl, every flyedays being thus deter
mined,their facilities shall keep pace with their in
creasing patronage, while Mr. W. Tapseott , sconstant
per-sonal sunerinfendance of the business in Liver ,
peel ik• an additional security that the comfort and
accommodation of the passengers will he partici',
larly attended to.l -
The subscribers being (as usual) extensively enga
god in the Transportation Business between Pittsburg
'und the Atlantic Cities, are thereby enabled to take
charge of and lbrWard passengers immediately on
their landing, without a chance of disappointment or
delay, and are therafbre prepared to contract for pas
sage from any seaport in Great Britain or Ireland to
this, City; the nature of the business they are engaged
in giving them facilities for carrying passengers so
far inland not otherwise attainable, and will, or no
ceakary,) forward' passengers (briber West by the
hest mode of conveyance Without any additional
ehatges for their trouble. Where persons sent for
decline coming out, the amount paid for passage will
be rl,efunded in full. '
The subscribers'are also prepared to ,give drafts at
siklit, fur any amount payable at the principal Cities
and] Towns. in EM;latirly,..treland, Scotland and
Wales; thus affording a safe and expeditious mode of
Remitting, fluids to those Countries, which persons
reqUiring such facilities, will find it their interest to
avail themselves of.
4plication (if by letter post paid) will be prompt.
ly a?.tended to
i Forwarding arid Commi,sion Merchants,
orar27 ti&wy. Pittsburgh, Pa
Retnittanees to England ! Ireland ! Scot
land avid Wales.
T) I 2.IISONS desirous of remitting money to any a
rithe above countries, can do so through the sub
scriimrs on the most easy terms. We are prepared
to issue drafts for any amount over £l,OO sterling.—
Remittances made through our house any day before
the of May, will be received in Ireland, by the
20th of June.
1 BLAKELY & MITCHEL, Pittsburgh,
agouti for Roche, Bro'e & Co.,
rrivl.l New York
Paper 'Warehouse.
E undersigned having bought the palter ware
." house and wall paper manufactory, late of
Holdship St Browne, have entered into a co -partner
ship, under the saute and style or Hill & Browne, for
° purpose of carryint - , , on the business iu all its va
rictik!. s. They will hate always on hand a complete
of their o.vo manutheture, and their stock will be,
improved and enlarged with periodical additions,
front the best French factories.
Agents for the well-known Clinton Paper 3111,
Steubenville, from which they will be constantly
ING! PAPER, BONNET BOARDS, &e.; all of which'
tbeyi °ter wholesale and retail, at their 'store, No.
37 Wood street, midway between Fourth and Dia
mond Alley, where country merchants and dealers
are invited to call.
jeis.9-d6in AML. C. HILL.
New Boot and Shoe Store,
No. 1.93 Liberty street,
A, fez' doors above the head of Wood st
l .
respectfully announce to the, citizens or :
Pittsburgh and vicinity that they have o- 4 . 1
pencil a more at the 'above named place for the
sale Pi' Boots & Shoes ofall kinds and qualities, coin
priaing an extensive assortment or Ladies', Gentle
men ', Youths,' and Childrens' ‘ve xr ,
all oil which goods they are determined to sell rrry
7.r. , /or c ax-h.
ThX!y wonld ra:peetrolly solicit a call from .61 in
..viv ri ti o f Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Carpet ila4s, tzo.
&C., or 411; goods that are usually kept in a Shoe
Stott, as they are confident that they will be enabled
plose both in the guality apil price. je?.o-tl.
f '
I l Tilillts and II ydrants,
Which are superior to and cheaper Mae
• r'P any in the city.
• „ rise call an d ( . 2":111i 1:C Pr,' !pa,
r.,r' - i l:.iirants and Pumps repaired. Joni-0 . 6. 1 / 4 ,1y
rrlll4sobscriber offers for sale a tract of laud about
three miles from the city of Alleeheny bent era
the Franklin and Braver roads, containing one hun
dred and forty-one acres, about 41 of 0 inch in clear
ed. this laud is offered at reduced prices and will
be sold either in a body or divided into Lots to snit
purchasers. Errors its convenience to market it would
be a very desirable location either for farming pm
poses,; pasturing cattle or for Gaidening.
Seventy-five liaildirer Lots on a credit of ten years.
Thesel Lots are situated on Grant, Wylie, Fifth,
Ross and D;amond streets in the third ward of the
city ot Pittsburgh, adjoieing the New Court Unitise.
Persoris disFrosed to purchase will rind these lots fa
vorably located as to health, convenience to busi
ness, and . will soon Inc in the centre of the city. For
partictilars eat dire of . d. C. Cummins, or
M. Me.DONALD, Bell and /Icaru
Founder, First street, near :Vail:et,is
prepared to make Brass Casting:: and
Brass works generally on the rnoq
reasonable terms and shortest notice.,
lle incites maehinits and all lbws.
using; lir:l,s, , works to give him a call, as he is der ,
terioini,! to 11i.i all movie iu his hint levy low. ,
K. LCGAN, has removed to No S 3, Wood
btrect, one door below Diamond Alley, to the
store lately occupied be Clark Si C3Mer.)ll, where he
has opened a IVbolesale and Itetail Dry Good, Store,
and !mime, j:i.“ returned from the Eastern Cities, is
opening a new and well selected stock of Goods,
consisting of French, English and American cloths,
coliirs.) a great variety of new St)IC Ca , "iICCCC ,
and Satinctts; Cashman:its, (a new style:) Dar.gon
Cassimere, a good stock of rummer cloths of all
kinds; late style Vestings; also, a great variety of
Lawns and Gingliams; Pyramidical Gradna tes and
other ti(ncy patterns; a variety of prints to cents
per yard; a very superior lot of white goods, consist
ing of India Litton, Damask Plaid, Striped Cambric;
Victoria, striped and plain Mull; Swiss• Lace
and barredfigured and plain Bobincts; black
and Wile black Silks; plain, figured and striped; a
large assortment of Irish Linens; bleached brown
Muslinrli table Diaper; Marseilles Co unterpanes,
lac 17.(1) Moreen; a good supply of Umbrellas,
Parasol's, Parasrletts and Sunshades; a very large as
sortmeo of men, women, and children's Hosiery; a
very fine article of Lisle Thread Hose and Gloves,
andinaby 'otilerzrticles not enumerated. Be would
respectfully invite his former customers and the pub
lic generally, to an examination of his stock, to
which he expects to make additions regularly.
Pittsburgh and Connellsrillo Rail Road
NOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance of a
resolution of the Stockholders of the Pittsburgh
and Connelleville Railroad Company, authorizing an
increase of the capital of said Company, and directing
an additional subscription, books will be opened for
receiving additional subscription to the stock of tho
Company, at the office of Wm. Lorimer, jr., in 4th
street, between Market and Wood streets, Pittsburgh,
on FriclOy the 4th day of September. The books will
Fannin ppeu from 9 A.M. until 3 o'clock P.M. of said
day; and from day to day (Sundays excepted) until
the requisite number of shareabe subscribed, or until
otherwise ordered. By order of the Directors.
scp2 WM. ROBINSON, Jr. Pres't.
Allegheny Cemetery.
desirono of purchasing lots in this
Cemetery arc referred -for information to the
superintendent on the grounds. or to E. Thorn
Druggist, corner of Penn and Hand streets. Pitts
burgh. ;By order of the Board. J.
dee 11 -Superintendont.
3nouralue (goinpanics.
The 'Franklin* Fire Insurance Company
OF ruitrinEtritirt.
CHARTER PERPETUA L. $400;000 paid in of
fice 1631, Chestnut st., north side, near Fifth.—
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Take Insurance, either permanent or muted, against
loss or damage by tire, ton property and effects ofl
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. BANCKER, Frest.
C. G. BANCICERj Scc'y.
Charles N. 13andker, Jaeob IL Smith,
Thomas Hart, j Geor,g6 W. - Richards,
Thomas J. Wharton, Mordecai D. Lewis,
Tobias Nilagner,l- Adolphi E. Rorie,
Samuel Grant, ; David S. Brown.
Wartrucir Mart•rriv, Agent, at the Exchange Office
of Warrick Martin' & Co. ' corner of Third and Mar
ket streets.
Fire risks takeM i on buildings and their contents in
Pittsburgh, Allegheny and the surrounding country.
No marine or inland navigation risks taken.
TIIE Insurancel Company of North America, of
Philadelphia, through its duly authorized Agent,
the subscriber, offers to make perManent and limited
Insurance on property, in this city and its vicinity,
and on shipmentsby the canal and rivers.
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Arthur G. Coffin { Pres't. Samuel Brooks,
Alex. Henn
W. Jones, Samuel W. Smith,
Edward Smith, j Ambrose White,
John A. Brown, Jacob M. Thomas,
John White, 1 John R. Neff
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Thomas I'. - Cope, Richard D. V6od,
Win. Welsh, I Henry U. Sherrard,Sec'y.
This is the oldeht Insurance Company in the Uni
ted States, having been chartered in 179-1. Its char
ter is perpetual, and from its high standing, long
experience, ample means, and avoiding all risks of:
an extra hazardoes character, it nay be considered
as offering ample security to the public.
At Counting Room of Atwood,• Jones & Co., Wa
ter and Front streets, Pittsburgh. oct23-y.
New York.
well knoWn and respectable company is pre
pared through; their PITTSBURG AGENCY, to
make insurance eft every kind connected with risks
of transportation pod inland navigation; to insure
against loss or damage by fi re, D'welling douses,
Warehouses, Building's in general, Goods, Wares,
and Merchandiiie; and every description of personal
paoperty on the most favorable terms.
Applications for Insurance anointed to without de-
lay at the office, No. 31 Water and 6 Front sts., by
At an Iclection held at the office in N. V.; May
1 . 21,h, the ;I,ll.wing named gentlemen were clmsen
0 - iii,cturs of 0118 Company, l'or the ensuing jear,
Joacpb W. Savage, Stephen Holt,
John Brim ner, I John MeChain,
William G. Ward, Wm. W. Campbell,
John Newhouse, Jacob Miller,
William S. Slot:Um; Marcum Spring,
John F.:Mackie,. Joseph S. Lake,
John 'J. Ilerrick.
And at a subacapient meeting of the Board, JO-
S EN' W. SAN' AGE , EarI., was nnitnimounly re-clee
ted Preaident for the ensuing, year.-
an 1-1 y. Secretarv.
tl Plidadelphia-+Charter perpetual—Capital 500,-
000 paid in. Olficif in Philadelphia, No. 72 Walnut
street—Win. D4N idson , Presl; Frederick Fraley,
Sec'y. This old and well established Company con
tinues to insure BUildings, Merchandize,'Furniture,
and Property, not of an extra Baxarilona character,
against loes or damage by Fire.
Applications for Insurances in Pittsburgh and its
neighborhood will be receivml, and risks taken
either perpetually or for limited periods,.un favora
ble terms, by CEO. COCII RA N, Agent,
dec 21 No. 20, Wood street.
Agent; at Pitt;hurgh, for the Linton-aro lihiftnil
s 1,1 y In.qunance l'ompany of Phihntelphi4.
RISKS upon Buildings and Atercliandize of
eery de , cription, and Marine Rasks upon buds
or cargoes of taken upon the tuot,t, favorable
attire at th, v..arelsonse of Fire: & llohner, on
tVster si., near :stark et street, i'dtSlitirtfli.
N. 11. Fang & Finney unite the-confidence and
patronage 4 their friend, and co:ono:airy at l a rge to
the Delte-are 31. S. JllNnralter Coinpanr, as an insti
tution among the tno,t lloarialling in I'hiladoiplua—
aa hating a large pinhl in capital. ti lint, by the oper
ation of its charter, is con,taatiy inerrsising—as
yielding to each perNou inierred Sits die ,liare ofll,
profit, of Cie Company, without involving hoe in
any ce,r,oredhility ik listener, beyond the' fin - miens
settrolv peal in by hard .hid thereiiire a, ',ebbe:wing
the sntiial principle,-,1 of (sell otinoxiona
lint:ire, mil in its most 0 ttract,s e fern . nor 1-it .
kgracy of tSw Franklin Fire
Company of Pktind~Jphl n.
N. E. confer of 17,;;Id and Wood s:rrels, PiThburgh.
rpm , . ° row company on the tired of Japua
ry, 1S1), pdhNsitnd io conformity with an act
efthe Pennsylvania Le i ;',lature, %sect:
Bonds and Mortgages,
Real E.dsidtt, at cocci
Tempiwacy :4tocks and C
thonz a total ~r $.9tt9,62..:3 .12
Atiorthog certain :IPIFIf:111 , 1C that all losses will be
promptly toe:, arnl tug entire security to all %%lin
obtain poitciett from 004 CeniipinS. iti6kl taken at
as low rates as are cons:stela with seteurity.
net ti IVAItILICK MARTIN, Agent.
New flat and Cap Store.
CIIS. 11. POULSON, (late of the firm
" 44 Poulson •& Gilld having opened his
new store at No. 73, \\Jowl street, next doer to the
corner of Fourth, in new manufacturing and .revel-
sing from the Eastern citics a rimy large assortment
of hats and caps of esery dt,eriptlon, warranted to
be nude m the best manner and of tile best material..
Utter, Seal, line and C1,111111"11 Muskrat, Sealette,
ltair-Seal, Plush and Glazed Caps.
Also, a tine assortment of ladies, furs, such as
Lynx, Fitch, Genet and Coney Muffs and Tippets
and fur trimmings, all of which he offers for sale at
eastern prices for cash, loth wholesale and retail.
Country ntq will please call and examine
ri!, tltOdi licture purchasing °bleu-lime.
N. B. The Fall for Hand and Caps receiv
ed. 611,27 y
INCIL E ING ItTIONER, corner of Wood and 3d
streets. Gold, silver and current bank notes
bought and sold. Sight cheeks on the eastern cities
for sale. Drafts, notes and hills collected.
Win. Bell &
John D. Davie,
Y. Lurenze,
.1. Painter & Co.,
losoph lffid win,
JaMeN .11 ay,
Alex. Bronson St Co., Philadelphia.
John If. Brown S: Co.,
James Ill'Candless, Cincinnati. 0.
J. It. I'd 'Donald, St. Louis, Mo.
W. El. Pope, Prea't Bank of Icy., Louisville.
European and American Agency.
frlllE undersigned European Agent having again
arrived in America at the regular time, will
leave Pittsburgh, Pa. early in September neat, and
sail from New York on the first day of October, ma
king a THIRTEENTH tour through England, Ireland,
Scothuid, Wales, and returning to America in May,
1847. By this agency money remittances. can be
made by drafts for large and small sums, payable at
sight in every part of Great Britain, Ireland, &c.;
legacies, debts, rents, real estate and claims.collect
ed anti recovered; searches of all kinds made; co
pies of wills, deeds and documents procured, and
the usual business appertaining to this Agency tran
sacted as heretofore. Innumerable references giv
en. Apply personally or adrdesspost paid,
European Agent and Attorney at Law, Pittsburgh,
Mr. .1. S. May will attend to all European busi
nessin my absence. jel9.
OF the best manufacture, both of England and
Geneva, in large variety and for sale at the
lowest prices—patterns, now and of the latest style.
Also, Diamond pointed Gold Pens, another large
supply, just received of the best make. Also, Silver
Ware, Jewelry, Fine Table Cutlery, pectacl es, Pen
cils, Tea War.l, Lamps, Military Goods itc.,
Tr.w ottLEANs RUG .11(
11 for sale by de.26)
Fire and Marine Insurance
Allen lirnxner,
Pittsburgh, l'a
Geld and Silver Watches
W. W. WlL4o.ti r
cuther or Fourth and:Market tt
-20111/da N. 0: Sugar
, Tlls Pound it List,
Seven Thousand cases of obstinate Pulmonary Com
Wo lick the attention of tie candid to a few con
siderntions. •
Nature, in every part of he works, has len indeli
ble marks of adaptation and design.
The constitution of the animals and vegetables o
the forest, is such that Choy could 11& - endure the
cold of the frigid zone, and vice vesa.
In regard to diseases and its cure, the adaption is
more Or less striking.
-The Moss of Iceland, the Wild Cherry and Pines
of all Northern latitudes (and "Dr. Wrsrmt's BAL
SAM" is a compound' chemical extract from these,)
have long been celebrated for complaints prevalent
only in cold climates. Indeed the most diatinguished
medical men have that nature furnishes in
everycoun try medicines for its ownjieculiar diseases.
Consumption in-its conliamed an incipient stages
Coughs, Asthma, Croup and Liver Complaint form by
far tha most fatal class of diseases known to our
land. Yet even these may he cured by means of the
simple yet powerful remedies (named above) and
which arc scattered, by a beneficient Providence,
wherever those nedadies
phant! cure follows cure in its onward victorious
DAITOti, Feb, Ilth, 1845.
J. W. Whilmore.—Dear Sir: As youarc the re.-
uler authorized agent in Dayton, for the sale of " Dr.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cheery," 1 take this meth
od of *king a statement of facts to you (which I
hope trOy he - published to the world) in reference to
i-_ - altriost miraculous cure wrouglit in my case by
means et . the above Invaluable Balsam.
Language fails to describe the salutary effects it pro
! duced, :and the great benefit derived from its use.
The citizens of Dayton and, vicinity, well recol
lect that on tho Bth of Auguallast, I received seri
ous injury from the explosion of a cannon. A por
tion of its contents mitered my right side and breast;
and in all probability, some fragments or splinters of.
the ram-rod passed through the "plura," and pierced
the Lungs.
Alter the lapse of about sir:weeks, I was attacked
with a distressingUough and.: a violent pain in my
right side. Seine ten days alter this when in a par
musts of coughing, suddenly,; otcen broke, and
a large quantity of very offensive matter, mixed'
with blood, was discharged; most of which found
passage through the opening, the wound. From
this opening there frequently passed a quantity of
air, supposed to issue from the lungs. During all
this time mg sufferings Were almost intolerable.
lily physicians, 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 qf distress, after the Lungs had become affect
ed. 1 was visited during this time by at least twenty
It was now'reduced to a certainty, that infiamalion
of the lungs was rapidly takitig 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
nut sufficient to throw off the4lisease:L
My friends now despaired df my recovery, and I
had no earthly ground of hope . to survive many days.
Fortunately at this juncture, I saw one of Dr. Wis
tars 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. liy the consent of my
Physicians, I sent to you for al:bottle of the medicine
described viz: "IV/star's Balsam of Wild Cherry,"
which relieved me almost immediately. 'After I
had used some five or six' bottles I sofar recovered as
to be up and about, My cough ceased, and my lungs
were restored to a healthy stitte—all from the heal
ing and balmy influence and powerful medicinal ric
hes f Wistar's Balsam.
Were it nut from the exturMl injury 1 received in
my shoulder and arm by the 6.xplos-iou, 1 feel confi
dent that I might have been Working at my trade
(which is blaeksmithing,) but this has prevented.
By eaposurc, I have since taken several severe
colds, mid my only remedy his been "the balsam.”
And I now most cordially recommend the genuine
Wiaar'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
perkon desiring further inform:thin), may call on me
any time. yours truly,
city of Dayton,
Montgomery co., State of Ohio
and sworn to, 'before me, Justice of
the Peace, this 11th day of vo. 1545.
EB EN EZE 1 . 0%V L ER.
TrNtintany of Mae, hi,-,Ma creditable citizens ,y"'
Dayton, in contirntation of the ntore.
We. the undernigned, being intimately acquainted
v. Mr.S myth, and Lasing seem and watched over
lino during ion late illness, do not hesitate to say
that the foregoing is by no nicans an exaggerate:l
statement ) but in entitled to full credit.
J. It. 11. DODSoN,
IIE:S111" It. S.MI - 111.
tr - the true and genuine ‘• Wistars liaison, rf
hi Cherry,' is cold at estal;' ,s 'ed agencies in all
',lit , : Or the Gaited States.
Sold in Cinicnuati on the Corner of lavrth and
Within/struts., by S:6 - 11/1t1.) & PARK.
General Agents for the WeAern States.
F.•r sale by L WILCOX dr.,!S. E. cor. Market st.
,and the Diamond Pittsburgh. may 9-y.
WILSON PILLS, as 41 remedy peculiarly
adapted for headaches and ilyspeplic affections,
are pretty generally known and esteemed in tins
Coo=unity; and the proprietor, so often an he has
occasion to writq_or,ipcak of them, can scarcely re
frain from an eztiression of his !grateful acknowledg
ments to his friends fur their patronage and kindness
to lom. His feelings are the winner from observing
the •'beginning and the Nadine—thrown almost in
jurtaposatio&of so many nosmiums and kindred pre
parations equally loud in their pretensions, and
much more industriously presented to the public;
while his preparation noiselessly advances, even to
reunite places, soothing :and coMforting the afflicted,
and permanently grilling itself' upon the affections
ol• new friends, - thus continually widening the circle
of its usefulness. Although well satisfied that his
PICIIIChIC has, as it were, a principle of perpetuity in
it, yet he -is obliged to his fraends for the most suts
staralia/ evidence of the fact.
4:.`0,615 9:3
100,957 77
207.499 72
In its naturalltistoryof you , please, the Wilson
Pill differs from must other preparations in not being
originally made for sale, or with a view to pecuniary
profit; while as every body knowS, the greatest tyro
(as a general thing) no sooner begins to dabble in
drugs than he casts about for some cheap prepara
tion, or must 'get up,' as the phrase is, something—
anything that will sell. Offen he attempts it under
an assumed or fictitious minim; as though conscious
Ins own were insufficient to sell it. the difference
then between the Wilson Pill and the preparations a
have just indicated, would appear to be this: The
consciousness of the value of my pill originated
the idea of putting them on sale fur money, and at I
price. The consciousness of the value of money
originates in most instances the many preparations
I hive alluded to; and the price most likely 'to take'
is.always first carefully considered, and the pill or
other preparation made and graduated to suit it. The
one is a DMOVERY, and comes from the great Arcana
of Universal Nature; the other a trick or irreention,
and comes Eh= a not very popular quality of Irim
%lntim. Nature. Reader! the difference here is
great. In one instance the enhic attached to the erm.
is the starting point; in the other the sioNEv. But
it is not probable that some of, the many prepara
tions having even such paternity were oreidenlaky
good, but that possibly by this process of "getting
up" as they call it, by .puffing end blowing, as we
clean wheat, they have been "got up" ton - high be
fore their specific gravity had been carefully aseer
tained, and have blown off never to net heard of,
with other chaff—some lighter, some;heavier.
Whatever may be the rationale I Must repeat it,
that I am
,most profoundly thankful to my friends tbr
their discrimination in not consigning my discovery to
that compenduons category of "inventions that did
not answer"--of "tricks that won't win.."
The Wilson Pills are usefill as a GENERAL remedy,
and may be kept and taken, in proper doses, in fain
ilies,as a preventative of general ill health, or dis
ease of whatever name, by any.member of the fam
ily, without any fear of the consequences of expo
sure in the ordinary pursuits orbusiness.
Di ,- They may always be had in any quantity of the
proprietor, in Penn street, below Marbury, and of the
principal Druggists of this city and Allegheny.
Wholesale Shoe Store
jH. CHILDS & CO., are . now receiving their
spring supplies, consisting of one of
the largest, cheapest and beet us- cMigsl !
sortment of Boots and Shoes that they have ever
been able to bring to this market, Also, Ladies and
Misses Florence Braid, •and Straw Bonnets, of the'
latesiotyle; together with a spltmdid assortment of
Pahir Leaf fats, men,' and boys' summer Caps.
Also, alarge lot of New York 'Fanned Sole Leather,
all of which having been purchased at the lowest
rates, and selected with great Care for the western
trade, will be sold at a small adVance above cost and
charges. All merchants wishiOg to purchase will
find it to their interest to call anal esamine their stock
before purchasing elsewhere. :' mar27-tf 1
__ _____
plaza a cured iit*se year!
Cure follows' Cure
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint,
' Spitting Blood, Difficulty cif Breathing, Paul in
- the Side and Breast, Palpitation ofthe Heart,
Influenza, Croup, Broken Constitution, •
Sore Throat, Nervaas
and all diseases of Throat,
Breast and Lungs, [lto
most effectual and
speedy cure'ever '
• known for
any of
the h
abovediseaSea :
is ' •
A Truly Wonderful-Curet
Dr. SWAYNE: • Dear Sir—ln Oetoberlast,lwhile en
gaged with Mr. Joseph Smith, in a saw rnill;'wear
Waynesburg, I was attacked with 'a cough, froni be
ing exposed at night, which gradually increased, at
tended with spitting of blood and a severe pain in the
breast, loss of appetite, fever', &c. Ste., which was
scarcely supportable. I hail !a family who were
wholly dependent on my exertions for support, yet
was obliged to• leave my busi l ness and return home.
I was then attended by several Physicians, both still
grew worse, until my medicallattendants give me up
as incurable. Subsequently,llMy wife observing in
one of the public prints, advertisement of Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup off! Cherry, precut',
ed me one bottle from FrancislM'Clure, your agent
in Lewistown, which relieved) is !continued until
I had taken five bottles. I aui now able to return to
my work again. I write this to offer you my sincere
thanks, and you are at liliertith snake it known,,so
that if any human being is suffering as I have been,
lie may have recourse to your invaluable medicine.' .
Yours, , I JOIIN P. BOYNE.
Lewistowii, Del. •
CUNSUMI'TION, which has baffled the skill of
eminent Medical practi :Where invalids have
been given up hopeless, by having recourse to, and
persevering in, this unequalleipremedy, have been
radically cured. There are nofv in the hands of the
proprietor numerous certificates of cures, which
would astonish credulity itself, were they made
known to the world. To, these who are afflicte d
with any of the above diseases, we say, give this
medicine a fair trial; you will then he convinced this
is no miserable compound, ;Ink a safe and pOwerfal
remedy, and that its curative pbvvers stand alone and
equalled by none.
Dr. Swaynes Syrup is the only true and genuine
article of Wild Cherry belbrel the public, and we
would say to the afflicted, always look for the writ
ten signature ofDr. SWAYNE on-teach bottle before
yunr purchase. Beware, and be deceived!
- -
Some persons may tell you thaO:ionic other prepa
ration is as good. Heed thein'llot. One trial of the
genuine Dr.Swayne>s Syrup of wild Cherry will con
vinco you that it is the most ialuable medicine dis
From the increasing demand for the above article,
Druggists, Merchants, and dealers generally, will
find it to their advantage to have afull supply of this
valuable medicine. Remember to enquire for DR.
IIY, as there have been some individuals with the
assumed names of physicians Ltuaking great effor.s
to push a spurious article into! the market under a
fictitious name.
The (original and only) genuine article is only pre
pared by DR. WAYNE, N. !W, corner of Eighth
and Race streets, Phrladelphia.•
Let the advice be repeated, do not neglect a slight
cough; if you do, you may have occasion to regret it.
Why run any risk/ Delay hal, and may again lead
to serious consequences. '
SpYing Medicine. Dr. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND
These great purgative and putifyiag , Pills are-cele
brated tbr the cure of Dyspepsia, pick headache,
Loss of Appetite, Low Spirits' ? Plotchceor Pimples
on the face, or any disease where a purgative or-puri
fying medicine is required. These pills neither gripe,
produce nausea ' or any other unpleasant sensation,
and as a Spring Medicine for pnrifying the blood and
cleansing the body of disease, they are unsurpassed ,
by any medicine ever yet introduced to the public. ,
' ir3 Manua:cowed and sold, ;wholesale and retail,
by the sole proprietor, Dr. SWAYNE & SONS, N. '
\V. corner Race and Eighth streets, Phila'a.
The only agents in Pittsbuigh for the sale of the
genuine medicine are, Wm. Thorn, 53 Market st. 4
Ogden & Snowden, corner of Weed and 2d et., and
I 5. Jones, ISO Liberty st., white it can be obtain.
ed genuine, wholesale' and retail, at proprietor's
prices. Sold by John Mitchell , , Allegheny city; E.
B. Hinman, Cincinnati; Dr. Megothn, Mercer; J. 11.
Burton & Co.; Eric; J. S. Morris & Co., Louisville;
Dr. E. Easterly & Co., St. Loris; Andrew Oliver &
Co., New OrleaushDenig & Sim, Columbus; Boyd,
Cares & Co., Butler; Mackenzie & Ilaskell, Cleve
land; Dr. Baker, Wheeling, Va.; \Vin. R. Wood,
Maysville, Ky.; Miller, BrownoVille; Dr. 11. Camp
bell & Co., Uniontown; R. E. JOhnson, Cumberland;
J. M. Sharp, Dayton; and by agents in all parts of
the United States. I : sep IS
130 w " OR SUAIgER. ii:OMPL AIN T.—W
confidently recommend an !I could refer to hun
dreds or our citizens who hare; sed
as a certain, safe and effectual rihnedy for 'Dysentry,
Diarlca, nr Looseness, Choleric M
Morhus, SUMER
COMPLAINT, Colic; Griping Pins, Sour Stomach,
Sick and Nervous Headache, 'lei - album, &c.
This is one of the most efficient, pleasant, and
safe compositions ever offered 0 the public for the
cure of the various derangements of the sronActi
and BOWEL?, and the only articleworthy of the least
confidence for curing CHOLERA EU:INTL/2V or
SUMMER COMPLAINT ; and,in all the above dis
eases it really acts like a charm..
From the Rec. Asa Shinn, of the Protestant Method.
lit Church
The undersig ned having been afflicted during the
past winter wit a disease in the stomach, sometimes
prodcing severe pain in the stomach for ten or twelve
hours without,intermission, anti having tried various
remedies with little. efikt, was thrnished with a bot
tle of Dr. JAVNE . ; Censttxirlw BALSA.I. This he
used according to the directionryind found invaria
bly that this medicine caused' the pain to abate, in
tree or four minutes, and in fißeen or twenty ndn
utes every uneasy sensation was entirely quieted.
The medicine was afterwards used whenever indica
tions of the approach of pain vilere perceiv&l, anti
the pain was thereby prevented:' lie continued to
use the medicine every evening, and sometimes in the
morning, and in a few weeks health' was so far re
stored, that the sufferer was relieved from a large
amount of oppressive pain. From experience, there
fore, he can confidently recommend Dr. D. Jaynq's
Carminative Balsam, as a salutary medicine for
eases of the stomach and bowels. A. SHINN.
Allegheny city, July Ifftli, lsl3.
For sale in Pittsburgh at the PEKIN TEA. STORE,
72, Fourth street, near Wood.
Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle. jelS-d&w
"Ho who in pleasuie , s downy arms
Neer lost his health, or yOuthful charms,
A hern,lives, and justly can
Exclaim—" In me behold a man!" •
DURING A TRIAL of a number of years, Dr.
Thompson's PILLS have been found an inld
uable remedy in cases of indigestion, bilions-coni
plaints, for derangeinents of the digestive organs and
obstructions, a sluggish action of .the liver and bow
els, which occasion more or less the following symp
toms, viz heartburn, giddiness, acidity, head-ache,
sickness, spasm. and flatulent distention of the stom
ach and bowels drowsiness and dimness of sight,
an uncomfortable sensation experienced a 4 the pit of
the stomach soon alter eating, with a feeling of weight
or oppression, appetite impaired, breathing difficult,
tenderness about the region of the liver, bowels ir
regular, sometimes obstinately costive, with languor
and depression of spirits. Price 25 cents per box.
Prepared by the sole proprietor,
EDGAR THORN, Druggist,
earner Hand and Penn star., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Also sold by all the principal druggists in the city.
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which stand unequalled by any Medicine for the cure of Liver Complaint, and other
diseases arising from a deranged,state of the Liver.
This medicine has been in public use for about 8
years, and has acquired a repidation for curing
the liver Complaint which has never been equalled
by any remedy heretofore offered to the public.
As an Anti-bilious, or Purgative:Pill, they; are un
surpassed and should be used in place of the corn
mon pills of the day. Give them a trial and the
truth will appear. Prepared and sold by.
57 Wood sreet
20 Imes Plug Tobacco;
5 Ladies' Twifd : do;
10 4. Va. • " do;,
10 44 Caod, 18 Lump, do
In store and fur sale by J. & ,I.II , DEVITT,
ap 20 222 Libeity st.
Iltedictil and Surgical Office.
Health is the charm of life, withoutit gold,
ova, letters, fxiends, all, all, axe unenjoycd
Dr. Brown gives his particular attention to the
reatment and investigation of, the followino disea
" All clif.3eases arising from Impurities of the Blood
scrofula,. syphilis] seminal weelcness. Impotency,
salt lheinn, diseases of the eye and ear, rheumatism,
Di. Brown has] much pleasure in announcing to
the public, - that he in possession of the latest in
formation and intprovement in the treatment of
secondarysyphilslpractised. at the Paris Lock Hos
pital. The, modern researches on syphilis, its
complications and consequences, and the improved
modes of practic e which have been made known
to the public butreccntley, 'and to those chiefly
who make this br'.tmeh 'of Medicine, their partial
lar study:and praitise.
Many new and valuable remedies havebeen late.
ly introduced which Secures the patientbeing mer
curialized out of existence Stranoers are apprised
that Doctor BroWn has been edneated in every
branch. Of, medicine,: and regularly admitted to
practise, and that he.:now confines himself to the
study and practice:or this particular branch,togeth
or with ail disease.; of a private or delicate nature,
incident to the humanfrnmei No cure, no pay.
Recentleases are relieved in a short time, with
out interruption from business:
cO'Office on Di'amond Alley, a- few doors from
Wood street, towMds the market. Consultations
trictly ethitidential. _ myl2-d&wy
, .
I ll• Preserve the Teeth.
iAR better is itlto.c l ure the toothache in one min
ate, by using ,Wheelees Teaberry Tooth -Wash,
than to suffer the achin g , also' to cure soreness of the
gums, cure softness otlie gums, stop bleeding of
the gums; and a6vays keep the teeth, gums and
mouth pleasant, and in f the best state of health.
Whilst ' introduaiti.lWHEELEWS TEADERRY
TOOTH WASH - to the public, it is the painful duty of
the proprietor, to State that this article, which is the
original, and only genuine Teaberry Tooth Wash, has
been imitated by niunerouti Teaberry-Tooth Washes,
Teaberry Tooth Pastes, and a Variety of a:rtieles with
the name !Teaberrii annexed to them; when, in fact,
this article is thel 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 celeb
rity for itothich i , duced others to make use of its
name, though they never did present its intrinsic vir
tues to the public.: Ai evidence that it is the first
preparation of Teaberry for the Teeth, the copy of
the certided records of the 'United States District
Courtis - publishedl ' •
..Stitte EaStern District of Pennsylvania ; to
IN4 wit: Be it remembered, That on the
,1 / 4 .0
_}..;. ~ secodd day of February, AMICI Domini,
«.:Witif !t. one druiand eight hundred and forty=
y .
t'"`.4* two
'' 4 l;rtit , ' • 1
, ,
Of the said Districi W. WHEELER
hail deposited in this face the'
Title of a; Book, e title of which is In She words
following, to wit: .
The right whereof he claims as Proprietor, in con
formity with the Apt of Congress, entitled "An Act
to amend thwei r eral Acts iespeeting Copy Rights: ,
Clerk of the Dist. Court.
1842, Feb. 2d. Copy deposited.
The abo,vc Copy_ Richt for the Wrapper of the,
Bottle, showing the Title of the Article in legal lan
guage, and granted' in the legal form, will prove this
to be the Orginal TFABERRY TOOTH WASH, and
all others are but iinitations, Which his.gone out of
use whereyer the Cienuine Teaberry Tooth Wash is
sold. Then, reineinber, hencis genuine but.
Ceetifiente. of the illiwistrales of the City of .Pki/e
littvtng made us of your Much celebrated Tea
berry Tooth Wasll, feel convinced that it is the
best article I have ever known, and hereby warmly
recommend its use to. the public' in general, as a
pleasint and efficacious article for preserving the
Teeth and Gums. ROBERT E. JOHNSTON.
For a number oflyears my Teeth and Gums were
so much ont of or er to . prevent mefrom eating
with arty pleasure, had. caused much pain. Having
heard of Wheeler'silfeaben-y Tooth Wash, I do cer
tify that I tried onhsttle of it, and in less than two
weeks my tenth. and Gums ,were sound and good; I
believe that the•llsE Of it would be an advantage to
many others. E .1. BRAztat.
Certificates of illembers.o , line Philadelphia Bar.
ed Wheelers Tcaberry Tooth Wash and
powder, I have fouhil them to possess cleansing and
purifying propettnis, and while they whiten and
beautify the Tectli,,dicy have a beneficial effect upon
the Gurus, by impaiting io them free and healthful
action: F. A. RAYNOLD.
I have used Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth Wash, and
its effects upon my Teeth and Gums has given to me
a high opinion of !As merits. I cheerfully recom
mend it to the general use. H. It. KNEASS.
My daughter has used Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth
Wash (and powder)tand has found its effects to be
cleansing and purifiation.of die Gums, and a sweet
ening of mouth. I have . no hesitation in recom
mending it as the most beneficial preparation Tor the
Teeth ihave ever seen. C. J. JACK.
Certificates of Ladi4 and Gentlemen of Philadelphia.
"It is with gratittlde that I send the followinn.cer
tificate, hoping that many who sulFer will be led by
a perusal ofit, to olilaia Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth
Wash, which article I nsed, and it has effectually
cured tooth-ache, oretiess of the gums, removed
scurf from my teeth.!, anti I fully believe has entirely
arrested all decay of thorn. I treat that all who suf
fer, having either of the same species of complaint,
will as :soon as inissible use Wheeler's Teaberry
Tooth Wash, that they may be relieved.
I ;
"Owing to having taken cold, but mostly in cense- ,
qnence of the acid of a paint used in coloring prints,
my Teeth because 4ory much injured, giving excru
ciating pain at interivals E'er between two and three
years. Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth Wash was used,
and has entirely cared them, which , in certificate
form I send, that those who wish a perfect 'remedy
for•painful teeth, mid also desire a pleasant Tooth
wash, may with coolfidenee try ,--Wheeler's Teaberry
Tooth Wash. I . MARY A TAYLOR.
"Wheeler's Teahenry Tooth Wash'' , having re
moved scurf aml cared soreness of the gums, which
had troubled. me fori two years, it is my belief that it
is a highly useful article, and that it is advisiblc to
those whu suffer with the Teeth and Gums to make
use of it, MARY SULLIVAN,
Teaberry ToOth Wash cured the tooth-ache
and alsoaorencss o the gums in my family, and I
send you this certifiCate 2 that those who suffer with
tooth-ache or sorents ,of the gums, may know that
it is a remedy for th and a very pleasant Tooth
W. Wheeler. No. 143, Catharine street.
"Wheeler's Teab rry Tooth Wash" having cured
soreness of the gumi, 'and effectually stopped bleed
ing of the gums, I deem it a debt of gratitude for the
relief which it afforded me, and a duty owed to my
fellow beings, to say, that it is my firm conviction,
that those who will; lige Wheeler's Teaberry Tooth
Wash, for the Tooth and Gums, will find that it is an
important article, i THOMAS J. M'CURDY,
No. 238,
4 callowhill st.
• I - 7 .
From much govere affliction of irryself, and others
of my family,, with deWa.yed 'Teeth and sore Gums;
and the manyliespc4able testinionials highly in favor
was induced so giro it la trial, after which my family
used it, and I rejoice' to say that, it did perform a
thorough and effecttial 'Cure for all, and is the best
article that Lever kliew of. I would recommend its
use to those wltiOamy be suffering.
W. Wheeler,
Many more testimonials are existing approving of
“Wheelees Teaberry Tooth Wash.> ,
Sold at- WM. JAC F RSON'S Store, No. 89 Lilierty
street, Pittsburgh, head of Wood street.
Principal Office, No. !sq chesnut st., Philadelphia.
ap 27-d ly
Owith Shoe Findin
ceived by
!gularly educated physi
ian from the eastern cit:
?s, would respectfullY'A
tounce, to the citizens of
'ittsburgh, Allegheny and
'icinity, that he can be
consulted privately -and
:onfalentially, every day
vening at his office on
iiainond Alley, a. few
doors from Wood street,
Na. 127, Market street
A larger assortment, together
go and Kitt of all kinds, Justre-
120 Wocia street,
• -An Acrostic.
Just received, a splendid assortment of Spring and
and Summer goods,
Unsurpassed for quantity, quality or • .
Style. The Proprietor of this establishment
Takes great pleasure in informing his friends and the
In "general, that he is now prepared to fill all orders
that his •
Numerouscustomers may favor him with. ' Strangers .
Travelers would do well, in visiting the " • "
' Iron City, to call and oxamine.his extenahre'and well
Made stock of ready made clothing. He has a coin.
plete assortment of •
English cloth,' to which he would invite attention,
also, .
French cloths of every color and quality, wich lie is
Offering at a very small advance on eastern' prices.
Remember at this store you are not- asked two prices,
Convinced that small profits and quick sales is the
best way to secure custom.
Raving in his employ the best workmen, he can war-
rant .
Every article made at his establisluilent to fit well,
And to be of the best materials; he would again in
vite .
Purchasers generally to give hima,call
Before purchasing in any other pla'oe,
As he is confident that he can'sell them as good goods
Reasonable prices as any Muse in this - city,"
Going so far as to say a little cheaper.. • .
All his goods are new, and of handsome patterns,
purchased '
Irt thd the east but a few,weeks since. The subicrf-,
ber • ,
Nov returns his thanks to his friends and the.public
in• general, and • '
Solicits a continuance of their favors.
Iron City Clothing Store, No. 132 Liberty street:
mar 7 C. bIiCLOSKE'Y.,
Thxce Big ploors Clothing Store.
N 0.151, Liberty street._ •
TIIE Proprietors of this old and highly popular eu.
stablishment informs his friends and the pithlie .
. ,
at large, that a portion or his Spring and Summer
Stock of
Is now prepared fur
,their inspection, and he respect.
fully invites all who contemplate intrchasing artieferi
in his line to pay hima visit. his stock this season
is peculiarly rich; comprising all the latest Fashions
and Patterns, and all his Goods, having been select.
ed by himself in the eastern markets, he can. Stith
confidence recommend them to his customers:a/rife-.
mg of the very hestrinality. His lege assortment et
. _
Is made in the most modern and improved style; and
the workmanship cannot be excelled. - Pants of ev
ery dcsaription; &tin 4- Fancy rests: De has a•Tare
and beautiful assortment of
To which he would call. he attention of public as he
believes them to be more Beautiful and Cheaper,
Than auything of the kind that has been offered.
heretofore. . -
Tweed and other coats, for Summer wear, In
great variety and made in every style, Fashionable
Shirts, Latest Style of Stocks, Suspenders of every
descriptions, Handkerchief's, and every other article
necessary for a Fashionable Dress.
He has a-very large and excellent assortment of
Substantial. Clothing, - which will be sold lower than
it canbe purchased at any other place in the eityL—to.
which he would invite:the attention of workingmen.
and others who wish servicable clothing for every
day's wear..
Having in his employ some the best Cutters and
Workmen, that the Country can produce, and being
provided with a stock of Goods, - which for excel
lence and variety cannot be equalled, he is preparg
At the shortest notice, and in a style that Cannot ha
It is not considered any Trouble to show Clothing,
and the proprietor feels confident that after an ex
amination of his stock, all who desire to purchase
will their interest to deal at his'establishment.
The proprietor would take this opportunity to ten
der his sincere thanks to the public for the unprece
dented patronage bestowed upon his establishment,
and as the success he has met with is an indication
that his'elrorts to pleas his patrons, have not been
unavailing,le pledges himselfthat nothing shall be
omitted on his part to secure their kindness for the;
Three Big Doors,
151 Liberty st.
J. S. Lour Merchant Tailor.
iiTOVLD infor ,his friends and the public in
y y general, that he has removed to Wood street,
in the Sr. Cl/ARLES building, two doors below the
entrance, where he is ready to execute all orders in
the neatest and most fashionable manner, baying en
gaged the services of Mr. Jour.- M. CAmsr.r.r. as cut
ter, whose attention will be Avoted to that branch
of the tradoand Whose well known ability in this par
ticular having long.been established in the fashion
able community of this city, induces the belief that
by close attention to businees, he w:11 be able to
give general satisaction to all who may favor him
with a cal L—having also made arrangements to keep
constantly on hand a general assortment of every
thing adapted to gentlemen's wear, such as Clothsi
Cassuneres, Vesting ,Shirts, Drawers, Bosoms, Sue,
penderi, - Gloves, Cravats, and every article pertain,
ing to a gentlaman , s wardrobe, he will be ready at
all tithes to supply any - demand in his line.
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and .
the public generally, that having entered into the
above arrangement the establishment will be able to
furnish any article in the Tailoring line, with a punc
tuality and despatch scarcely equalled by any other
in the city, and for style and workmanship nor sur
passed by any in the states. •
aug22-d3m .1 . 1 , 10. M. CAMPByLL.
JUST RECEIVED—.A splendid assortment of
Summer Cassirneres, , Ginghams, and Gam
brown, suitable for coats and pants; 'a
. large stock of
faney Summer Stuffs; fancy Cotton Cloths, a new ar
ticle; Oregon Caxsimcres; Gold Mixed Tweeds and
Berkshire; 10 dozen white shirt Linen Bosoms and.
Also, a great variety of fancy shirt striped Ging,
hams, &c.; a splendid assortment of Summer Cra
vats Marseilles, Silk, Satin Mid other Vestings of
superior styles and quality; Socks, Handkerchiefs,
Stocks, Bosoms, Collars, Lisle Gloves, and all kinds
of gentlemen's wear, ready made,
or got up to order
at the shortest notice, and at the lowest price.s, by
• W. B. SHAFFER, •
Pi ttsburgh Cl othing Store; •
je3 corner of Wood and Water sts. •
Can't be Beat!
M. WHITE has just received at his large
clf establishment, fronting On Liberty and Sixth
streets, a splendid assortment of TWEEDS for
summer; also, a superior lot of French Satin ITES
TINGS, all of which he is ready to make • up..irt
the latest fashion and on .the most reasonable terms
a.ip usual. ,Observe .the corner, No 167 Liberty
and Sixth streets.,
rnyl4 J. M. WHITE, Tailor, Proprietor.
To Arius! To ArmrlS
with 10,600 men, notwithstanding which, J. 111 . ,
White will continue to All clothing cheaper than
any has heretofore been offered in the Western Cooly
try, having the largest establishment in the city,
fronting on Liberty and Sixth streets. He is now
prepared to show, to his numerous payomitha great.
est 'variety of ell:hits, cassimeres, vettings, andcaw
of all descriptions, suitablefer the approaching
season, that has ever been offered lit this market, to
which all can have the Right of Way.- Observe tlip
corner, N 0.167, Liberty and Sixth streets.
.1. M. WHITE, Tailor,
AWESTERVELT, the old and well known
Venitian Blind Maker, formerly of Second
and Fourth sts. s takes this method to inform hismany
friends of the faet that his Factory is now in full op.
oration on St. Clair st., near the old Allegheny
Bridge, where a constant supply of Blinds of various
colors and qualities, is constantly kept on hand and
at ail prices, from twenty-cents up to suit customers
N. B. If required, Blinds will be put up so - , that
in case of alarm by tire, or otheswise, they may be
removed without the aid of a screw-dtiver, and with
the same facility that any other piece of furniture
can be removed, and without any extra expense.
Pllth Street Furniture Wurerocuns.
T HE subscriber-would most respectfully call the
attention of the public to his stock of Cabin et Ware, possessing.advantages over any other mann
far.turing establishment in the city. He is enabled
to sell his Wares at much lower prices; therefore, he
would remind those who want good Furniture at a
fair price not to forget the right place', No. 27, Fifth
street. (mar 23-illkwy) H. H. RYAN.
Fall _Fashion of Hatt.
At KEE SIDS, to-morrow, Thursday August
:27th, a neat and cheap article , of Pittsburgh
manufacture cim be had at the above store, ahead or
fashionable hats imported from the East.
No 152 head ofWood at.